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CONTENTS
CONTENTS .................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
GENERAL INFORMATION............................................................................................................................................................ 5
ORDERING INFORMATION ......................................................................................................................................................... 5
FEATURE DEFINITIONS ............................................................................................................................................................... 6
PROGRAMMING THE NX-8E KEYPADS....................................................................................................................................13
PROGRAMMING THE NX-8E LED KEYPADS ................................................................................................................................................................ 13
PROGRAMMING THE NX-148 LCD KEYPADS ............................................................................................................................................................. 17
KEYPAD FUNCTIONS FOR THE NX-148 LCD KEYPAD ............................................................................................................................................... 20
PROGRAMMING THE NX-8E CONTROL PANEL......................................................................................................................25
PROGRAMMING THE NX-8E CONTROL PANEL VIA THE LED KEYPAD ....................................................................................................................... 25
ENTERING THE PROGRAM MODE................................................................................................................................................................. 25
SELECTING THE MODULE TO PROGRAM.................................................................................................................................................... 25
PROGRAMMING A LOCATION.......................................................................................................................................................................... 25
EXITING A LOCATION .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
EXITING THE PROGRAM MODE....................................................................................................................................................................... 26
PROGRAMMING DATA........................................................................................................................................................................................ 26
LOADING FACTORY DEFAULTS ....................................................................................................................................................................... 27
ENROLLING MODULES AND KEYPADS........................................................................................................................................................ 27
PROGRAMMING THE NX-8E CONTROL PANEL VIA LCD KEYPAD .............................................................................................................................. 29
ENTERING THE PROGRAM MODE................................................................................................................................................................. 29
SELECTING THE MODULE TO PROGRAM.................................................................................................................................................... 29
PROGRAMMING A LOCATION.......................................................................................................................................................................... 29
EXITING THE PROGRAM MODE....................................................................................................................................................................... 31
LOADING FACTORY DEFAULTS ....................................................................................................................................................................... 31
ENROLLING MODULES AND KEYPADS........................................................................................................................................................ 31
IMPORTANT REMARKS..............................................................................................................................................................32
TAMPER MEMORIZATION ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 32
DISABLING TAMPER ALARMS IN PROGRAM MODE ........................................................................................................................................................ 32
KEYPAD TAMPER LOCKOUT ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 32
CONTROL PANEL PROGRAMMING LOCATIONS....................................................................................................................33
TELEPHONE NUMBER 1................................................................................................................................................................................................... 33
FORMAT SELECTIONS ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 34
REPORTING EVENTS TO PHONE NUMBER 1................................................................................................................................................................... 35
TELEPHONE NUMBER 2................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36
REPORTING EVENTS TO PHONE NUMBER 2................................................................................................................................................................... 37
TELEPHONE NUMBER 3................................................................................................................................................................................................... 38
REPORTING EVENTS TO PHONE NUMBER 3................................................................................................................................................................... 39
SPECIAL FORMATS ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 41
DOWNLOAD PARAMETERS .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 42
FEATURE AND REPORT SELECTIONS (FOR PARTITION 1) .............................................................................................................................................. 43
ENTRY/EXIT TIMERS ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 44
ZONE CONFIGURATIONS AND PARTITION SELECTION .................................................................................................................................................. 45
GENERAL OPTIONS .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 51
PROGRAMMING THE OUTPUTS ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 55
SETUP FOR AUTO-TEST, AUTO-ARM AND OPENING/CLOSING TIMES ......................................................................................................................... 58
COMMUNICATOR CODES FOR SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY ...................................................................................................................................... 60
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PROGRAMMING PARTITION PARAMETERS ..................................................................................................................................................................... 68
PROGRAMMING ZONE CONFIGURATION GROUPS ........................................................................................................................................................ 73
NX-8E PROGRAMMING WORKSHEETS ...................................................................................................................................95
BOARD INSTALLATION ...........................................................................................................................................................116
NX-8E WIRING DIAGRAM .......................................................................................................................................................117
TERMINAL DESCRIPTION........................................................................................................................................................118
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.................................................................................................................................................119
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS NX-8E.......................................................................................................................................................................... 119
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS NX-108, NX-116, NX-124................................................................................................................................... 119
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS NX-1308, NX-1316, NX-1324........................................................................................................................... 120
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS NX-148....................................................................................................................................................................... 120
APPENDIX 1: REPORTING FIXED CODES IN CONTACT-ID AND SIA...............................................................................121
APPENDIX 2: REPORTING ZONE CODES IN SIA OR CONTACT ID .....................................................................................122
APPENDIX 3: EXPANDER NUMBERS FOR REPORTING EXPANDER TROUBLE .................................................................124
KEYPADS ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 124
REMOTE POWER SUPPLY NX-320E .......................................................................................................................................................................... 124
WIRELESS RECEIVER NX-448E.................................................................................................................................................................................. 124
OUTPUT MODULE NX-507E OR NX-508E............................................................................................................................................................. 125
HARDWIRED EXPANDER NX-216E ........................................................................................................................................................................... 125
CE DECLARATION ....................................................................................................................................................................126
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GENERAL INFORMATION
The NX-8E-ZA-TK (from now on called NX-8E) from Caddx represents a new approach to the
design of security systems. The NX-8E is probably the most flexible, durable, and user-friendly
control panel ever seen in our industry. Its features include sophisticated software enabling as
many as 240 users to interface up to 192 zones, 8 partitions, with access, audio verification,
and input/output modules, all reported with SIA and Contact ID formats which are extremely
fast and very comprehensive. Thanks to the NetworX design, a fully loaded system can be
housed in one single metal enclosure, establishing for the first time, a logical solution and
design response to modular systems. Up to 32 modules can be added to expand the
capabilities of the NX-8E.
ORDERING INFORMATION
For detailed ordering information and part numbers, please refer to the EMEA Distribution
price list of the Caddx product range.
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FEATURE DEFINITIONS
Abort
If this option is enabled, the NX-8E will wait the programmed number of seconds (0-255) in
location 40 prior to sending an alarm. During this delay time, the “Cancel” LED will flash. To
abort the report, type in a code and press the [Cancel] key. The LED will go out. If the report is
not aborted within the allotted time, the LED will go out when the report is sent. The dialler
delay is programmed at location 40, segment 8. Each zone can be defined as a “dialler delay
zone” by defining the relevant option in segment 3 of the appropriate zone configuration
group (see locations 110-169).
AC fail / low battery report/warning
The NX-8E can be programmed to report an AC failure and/or low battery conditions to the
central station. It can also be programmed to sound the keypad immediately when the
condition is detected. The AC failure report/warning can be delayed (see locations 37, 39 and
40).
AC power / low battery sounder alert
If this option is enabled, the NX-8E will beep the keypad sounder upon arming or disarming, if
the AC power is not present or if a low battery has been detected (see location 23, segment 2).
Arm / disarm codes
The NX-8E may have 240 four-digit codes or 160 six-digit codes to arm/disarm the control
panel. All the codes must have the same number of digits. The factory default for user 1 is [1][2]-[3]-[4] when using a 4-digit code, or [1]-[2]-[3]-[4]-[5]-[6] for a 6-digit code. This code can
then be used to enter the new arm/disarm codes (see location 41).
Automatic arming
If this option is programmed, the NX-8E will auto arm at a specified time. At that time, the
keypad will beep for 50 seconds before the panel arms. If the arming process is stopped by
typing a code on the keypad, the NX-8E will attempt to arm 45 minutes later. This time will be
extended if there is any activity in the building which causes the “Ready” LED to be turned off
and on. The auto arming of a partition can be programmed so that it is silent. If closing reports
are sent, the user code will be 97 (see locations 23 segment 2, and 52-55).
Automatic bypass / instant arming
When this option is enabled, the control panel can automatically bypass interior follower
zones if no exit is detected during the exit delay time. Entry delay zones can also be made
instant (see location 23, segments 1 and 2).
Auto-test
This feature will cause the panel to call the central station, in order to report a communicator
test at a specified interval (see location 51). Also, the auto-test report may be enabled ONLY
when the control panel is armed see location 37 segment 4).
Auxiliary outputs
The NX-8E has two programmable relay outputs and four open collectors which can be used
to activate LED’s, sirens, flashes, etc. (see the terminal description and locations 47-50).
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Auxiliary power overcurrent
The NX-8E will light up the “Service” LED on the keypad whenever too much current is being
drawn from any device powered by the system. This condition can be reported to the central
station (see location 37 segment 3).
Box tamper
The NX-8E has an input for a normally closed tamper switch (see wiring diagram). The box
tamper can be programmed to report, and/or sound the siren and/or the keypad. These
terminals can be enabled or disabled by programming (see locations 37 segment 2 and 3, and
location 39).
Built In siren driver
The NX-8E has a built-in 112 dB siren driver. If desired, this built-in driver can easily be
converted to a 1 amp voltage output by programming (see location 37 segment 2).
Bypass toggle
This feature will enable the end user to toggle (turn on or off) the bypass of an interior zone
while the system is armed. This is done by pressing the [Bypass] key (see location 23 segment
2).
Call back
When this feature is enabled, the control panel will use the call back phone number to call the
download computer before it begins a download (see locations 21 and 22).
Cancel
If this feature is enabled, the NX-8E will send a “Cancel” report when the system is disarmed
and the [Cancel] button is pressed within 5 minutes of an alarm. Once the [Cancel] key has
been pressed, the “Cancel” LED will light up until the central station acknowledges the “Cancel”
report (see location 23 segment 3).
Chime
This feature can be turned on and off using the “chime” key. When the system is in the
disarmed state, a trip on selected zones will generate either a DING-DONG or a single tone
through the keypad sounder (depending on the keypad programming). This lowest level of
security can be enabled by zone; this is done by programming the appropriate zone
configuration for it, or by customizing its zone configuration (see locations 111-169).
Code required options
The NX-8E can be programmed to require a code in order to bypass zones and/or to initiate a
download using the [*]-[9]-[8] or [*]-[9]-[9] function (see locations 23 segment 2 and 41).
Communication formats
The NX-8E can report in multiple formats. You are recommended to use Contact ID or SIA
formats if possible. If you wish to report to a pager or to a central station in a 4+2 format, you
must program each code that is to be reported (see locations 56-83 and 111-169).
Configuration groups
The NX-8E has 30 configuration groups that determine how each zone will function and
report. The default configuration groups are listed on pages 44-46. All configuration groups
are fully programmable via downloading and via the keypad (see locations 111-169).
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Cross zoning
This feature requires two or more trips within a specified time on one or more zones that are
programmed as “cross zones” before it will report an alarm. During the time between trips, the
NX-8E can be programmed to sound the keypad and/or the siren. The NX-8E can also be
programmed to report an alarm after two or more trips on the same zone. The first trip on a
cross-zone is also logged (see locations 37 segment 1, 39, 40 and 110-169).
Daylight savings time
The NX-8E has the possibility to switch automatically from summer to wintertime and vice
versa. This option will move the clock backward on the last Sunday of October (3 a.m.
becomes 2 a.m.) and will move the clock forward on the last Sunday of March (2 a.m. becomes
3 a.m.) (see location 37, segment 5, option 8).
Dual / split / multiple reports
The NX-8E can send communication reports to three different phone numbers for dual, split or
multiple reports: these can be selected by event or by partition (see locations 4, 10, and 16).
Duress code
If a duress code is programmed, the NX-8E will send a duress signal whenever the panel is
armed or disarmed with this code. If open/close reports are sent, the user code will be 254
(see location 44).
Dynamic battery test
The NX-8E can be programmed to perform a dynamic battery test for a selected duration
when the panel is armed or disarmed for the first time each day. The NX-8E can also be
programmed to perform a ‘missing battery’ test every 12 seconds (see locations 37 segments
2 and 3 and location 40). A low battery si
End of line resistor defeat
The NX-8E can be programmed to make zones 1-8 for normally closed operation only,
eliminating the need of the end of line resistors on these zones. When a zone is programmed
for normally closed operation, a short on that zone will not change the loop condition, and an
open on that zone will produce a faulted condition. This feature will be ignored by any priority
zone (see locations 110-169).
Entry-guard
This unique low level arming mode has been developed to reduce the most common source of
false alarms. When armed in the “Stay Instant” mode, opening any zone designated as an
“Entry Guard Zone” will initiate the keypad sounder and start the entry delay before
generating an alarm. All the other zones will function as normal. This arming mode will
encourage system owners to use their systems more frequently when the premises are
occupied (see locations 111-169).
Exit error
If this option is enabled, the NX-8E will send an “Exit Error Report” when an entry/exit zone is
faulted, at the instant the exit delay expires. This report will be sent together with the user
number that was used to arm the system, provided that the panel is not disarmed before the
entry delay expires. The alarm report will also be sent. Even if this feature is not enabled, the
siren will sound if any entry/exit zone is faulted, as soon as the exit delay expires (see location
23 segment 3).
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Expander trouble
The NX-8E will report expander trouble to the central station if this option is enabled. This
condition will light up the “Service” LED on the keypad, even if it is not reported.
NOTE: The keypads are considered to be expanders. The number of expansion devices that
are reported can be found in appendix 3 (see location 37 segment 3).
Early to Open/ Late to Close
If an opening occurs before the opening and closing times, the NX-8E will send an “Early
Open” report. If it fails to close on or before the designated closing time, the NX-8E will send a
“Late to Close”report. (see location 23 segment 4)
Fail to communicate
The NX-8E will light up the “Service” LED if a report fails to reach the central station. If this
option is enabled, a fail to communicate code will be reported when the next report is
successfully communicated. A fail to communicate is always logged as “data lost” (see
location 37 segment 4).
Final set door
If this feature is enabled, it will only be applicable for secondary entry/exit zones (f.e.
configuration group 9 or 19). If the final set door option is enabled, the exit time will
immediately expire as soon as the secondary entry/exit zone (type 9 or 19) becomes ready
again. This feature can only be used in combination with magnetic contracts (see location 23,
segment 2, option 8).
Fire alarm verification
When this feature is enabled, the NX-8E will verify a fire alarm by requiring more than one trip
on a smoke detector (the same or another one) within a specified time (120-255 seconds)
before it generates an alarm (see location 40 segment 9).
First opening/last closing report for multiple partitions
If this feature is enabled, the NX-8E will only transmit a closing report after ALL partitions have
been armed. An opening report will be sent as soon as one partition has been disarmed (see
location 37).
Force arming
If this option is enabled, the NX-8E can be “Force Armed” when zones have been violated. In
this condition, the “Ready” LED will flash if a “Force Armable” zone is not secure. At the end of
the exit delay, these zones will become bypassed. If these zones become secured at any time
during the arming cycle, they will be unbypassed and will become active in the system. If
“Bypass Report” is enabled, the force arming zones can be programmed to report bypass
when they are force armed (default), or not to report bypass even if “Bypass Report” is
enabled (see locations 37 segment 5, and 111-169 segment 2).
Group bypass
A designated group of zones can be programmed to bypass by pressing [Bypass]-[0]-[0][Bypass] prior to arming (see locations 111-169 segment 2).
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Immediate restore by zone
The NX-8E can be programmed to send alarm and restore reports as soon as they occur, or to
wait until the siren time has expired or the system has been disarmed. (see location 37
segment 2).
Internal event log
Up to 512 events can be stored in memory together with the date and time of the event.
These events can be viewed later on via the LCD keypad, or by downloading. All reportable
events are reported to the log.
Keypad activated panics
The NX-8E has three keypad activated panics that will send reports to the central station,
auxiliary 1 (Fire), auxiliary 2 (Medical) and keypad panic. Auxiliary 1 will activate the steady
(Fire) siren, auxiliary 2 will sound the keypad, and the keypad panic can be programmed to be
silent or audible (see location 23 segment 1).
Keypad shutdown mode
This feature will extinguish all the LED’s on the keypad, except the “Power” LED, after 60
seconds have elapsed without a keypress. Pressing a valid user code (not an installer code)
will light up all the LED’s (see location 41, segment 1, option 5). This option requires bilingual
LCD keypads. This option is an alternative for LED-extinguish.
Keypad sounder control
The NX-8E can be programmed to sound the keypad sounder for certain events (see location
39).
Keypad tamper
If this option is enabled, the NX-8E will disable the keypad for 60 seconds, and will
communicate a tamper signal to the central station whenever 30 keypresses are entered
without producing a valid code (see location 23 segment 1).
Keyswitch arm/disarm
Any zone on the NX-8E can be programmed as a momentary or maintained keyswitch zone. If
a zone has been programmed as a momentary keyswitch, momentary shorts on this zone will
arm/disarm the control. A zone can be also being programmed as a maintained keyswitch.
The control panel will be armed as long as such a zone is shorted. If opening/closing reports
are sent, the user code will be 99 (see “default zone configurations”)
LED extinguish
This feature will extinguish all the LED’s on the keypad, except the “Power” LED, after 60
seconds (Norway / Sweden: 30 seconds) have elapsed without a keypress. Pressing any
numeric key will light up all the LED’s (see location 23 segment 2).
Local programming lockout
This feature will disable programming of all locations, or for specified locations, from the
keypad (see location 21).
Log full report
A report can be sent to the central station when the event log is full (see location 37 segment
4).
Lost clock service light
The NX-8E can be programmed to light up the “Service” LED on a LED keypad or give a
“Service” message on a LCD keypad when the internal clock time is invalid due to power loss.
On LCD keypads, if programmed to show the system time, a “Set Clock, *97” message will
always be displayed (see location 37 segment 5).
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Manual test
The NX-8E can be programmed to perform a bell and/or communicator test; to do this, enter
[*]-[4]-[4] while the system is in the disarmed state. Each time that [*]-[4]-[4] is entered, a
dynamic battery test will also be performed (see location 37 segment 2).
Night Mode
Applies to NX-1208E / NX-1248E keypads. In this mode, the control panel will bypass all zones
that have the Entry Guard feature enabled. (See location 23 and 111-169)
On board zone disable
The eight zones on the NX-8E panel can be disabled, in order to obtain a completely wireless
alarm system. A mix of hardwired and wireless zones for zones 1-8 is also possible (see
location 37 segment 5).
Partitions
The NX-8E can be partitioned into a maximum of eight separate systems with distinct
reporting codes, user codes, and operating features for each system (see locations 26- 36 and
locations 171-205).
Program code
The factory default for the “Go To Program” code is [9]-[7]-[1]-[3] when using a 4-digit code; or,
if the 6-digit option is used, the default is [9]-[7]-[1]-[3]-[0]-[0]. The program code can also be
used as an arm/disarm code. If it is used as an arm/disarm code, and if open/close reports are
sent, the user code will be 255 (see location 43).
Quick arm feature
The NX-8E has a single-button “Quick Arm” feature which can be used to arm the system by
pressing the [Exit] key or the [Stay] key on the keypad. If closing reports are sent, the user
code will be 98 (see location 23 segment 1).
Recent closing
If this option is enabled, the NX-8E will send a “Recent Closing Report” to the central station if
an alarm occurs within 5 minutes after the panel is armed. The user number that was used to
arm the system will also be sent (see location 23 segment 3).
Re-exit
The NX-8E can restart the exit delay for a quick exit without the need to disarm the system;
this is done by pressing the [Exit] key while the system is still armed (= after exit delay has
expired). The re-exit is also logged (see location 23 segment 1).
Shutdown
This mode will cause the keypads to extinguish all LED’s, except the “Power” LED, and to refuse
keypresses (see location 21).
Siren blast for arming
The NX-8E can be programmed to give a one-second siren blast when the panel is armed, at
the end of the exit delay, or when the central station receiver acknowledges the closing
report. It can also give one blast for remote (keyswitch) arming, and two blasts for remote
disarming (see location 37 segment 1).
Siren supervision
The NX-8E has a “Siren Supervision” circuit that will constantly monitor the siren on the NX-8E;
it can also be programmed to report if the wires are cut (see location 37 segment 3).
Silent exit option
The exit delay can be silenced by pressing [*]-[Exit] before arming the control panel, or when
using the re-exit feature. The exit delay can also be silenced permanently in all partitions (see
location 37 segment 5).
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Start/end programming and end downloading
A report can be sent when local programming is started and ended. A report can also be sent
when a download session ends (see location 37 segment 4).
Swinger shutdown
This feature allows one or more zones to be bypassed automatically after a specified number
of alarms. If immediate restore is enabled in location 37, the alarms (and restores, if this option
is enabled) will be sent as they occur. If immediate restore is not enabled, a second or
subsequent alarm will not be sent until the siren times out (see location 37 segment 2 and
location 38).
Telephone line monitor
The NX-8E has a telephone line monitor which monitors the voltage and current of the
telephone line, in order to detect a faulty phone line. This condition can also be reported to the
central station. If the report is enabled, only the telephone line restore will be reported. A
telephone line cut is always logged (see locations 37 segment 3, location 39 and location 40
segment 5).
Two call answering machine defeat
If this option is enabled, two telephone calls must be made to the premises in order to defeat
an answering machine. On the first call, let the phone ring one or two times. The control panel
will detect these rings and start a 45-second timer; during this time, the control panel will
answer the next call on the first ring. This is not recommended for commercial applications
(see location 21).
User authorization to enter program mode
Entering program mode via the installer code is only possible within 60 seconds following a
user code entry (for Norway/Sweden: 30 seconds) (see location 41, segment 1, option 6).
Walktest mode
Walktest mode is used to test your system without activating the siren and/or communicator.
The walktest mode is activated by pressing [*]-[chime] followed by the master code.
Walktest mode is not possible if any partition is armed or if the communicator is active.
Wireless sensor absent/low battery
The NX-8E will send a report to the central station when a wireless sensor has detected a low
battery, or has not reported to the receiver. The “Service” LED will light up when either of these
conditions exists (see location 37 segment 4).
Zone activity monitor
This feature will send a report to the central station when a particular zone does not change
conditions within the specified number of hours/days programmed (see location 37, location
40 and locations 110-169).
Zone bypassed sounder alert
With this feature enabled, if a zone is bypassed, the NX-8E will beep the keypad sounder when
the zone is armed (see location 23 segment 2).
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PROGRAMMING THE NX-8E KEYPADS
Programming the NX-8E LED keypads
This section describes how to program the address and partition for each keypad, and it also
explains the options that are available. The address of the keypad is important because the
panel uses it to supervise the keypads.
The factory default for the master code is [1]-[2]-[3]-[4] when using a 4-digit code, or [1]-[2][3]-[4]-[5]-[6] for a 6-digit code. The factory default for the “Go To Program” code is [9]-[7]-[1][3] for a 4-digit code, or [9]-[7]-[1]-[3]-[0]-[0] for a 6-digit code.
[*]-[9]-[3]
SET KEYPAD OPTIONS
1.
Enter [*]-[9]-[3] [program code]- the “Service” LED will flash.
2.
LED’s 1-8 can now be toggled on/off to enable/disable the following functions:
3.
After enabling/disabling the desired functions press [*]
LED
Keypad feature enabled
1
2
3
Keypad tamper on
Enable silent keypad option (no entry/exit delay sounder, no chime)
Enable Ding Dong sound for chime - If this is off, the chime will be a single tone
(see location 40).
Enable keypress silence option
(Silences the pulsing keypad sounder for 5 seconds when a key is pressed).
Enable armed status suppression
(Will not allow the keypad to display faulted or bypassed zones when the system is
armed).
Enable panic, fire, medical beep tone
(Will sound a short beep to verify that the keypress has been accepted).
Suppresses the “Service” LED
(Will not allow the “Service” LED to light up for any reason. If there is a system
malfunction (trouble), pressing [*]-[2] will still display the service menu.)
Enable multi-partition viewing
(Enables temporary viewing of all partitions, by pressing [*]-[1]-[partition number]).
4
5
6
7
8
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[*]-[9]-[4]
[*]-[9]-[5]
[*]-[9]-[6]
[*]-[9]-[7]
SET KEYPAD NUMBER AND PARTITION
1.
Enter [*]-[9]-[4]-[program code]- the “Service” LED and the “Instant” LED will flash.
2.
Enter the keypad number (1-8).
3.
Press [*]- the “Instant” LED will illuminate steadily, and the “Service” LED will carry on
flashing.
4.
Enter the partition number for the keypad. The keypad will automatically exit this mode
now).
SET ELAPSED INCREMENTS (HOURS/DAYS) SINCE LAST AUTOTEST
1.
Enter [*]-[9]-[5]-[program code]- the “Service” LED will flash.
2.
Enter [100's digit] -[10's digit]-[1's digit]-[#].
SET SYSTEM DATE
1.
Enter [*]-[9]-[6]- the “Service” LED will flash.
2.
Enter [master code]-[day of week (1=Sun)]-[month 10's digit]-[month 1's digit]-[day 10's
digit].
3.
[day 1's digit]-[year 10's digit]-[year 1's digit].
SET SYSTEM CLOCK
1.
Enter [*]-[9]-[7]- the “Service” LED will flash.
2.
Enter [master code]-[hour 10's digit]-[hour 1's digit]-[minutes 10's digit]-[minutes 1's
digit].
Note: the clock is a 24-hour clock.
[*]-[9]-[8]
INITIATE CALLBACK
Pressing [*]-[9]-[8] while the system is disarmed will cause the control panel to perform a
callback for a download.
NOTE: A VALID USER CODE MAY BE REQUIRED AFTER [*]-[9]-[8], IF ENABLED IN LOCATION
41.
[*]-[9]-[9]
ANSWER DOWNLOAD
Pressing [*]-[9]-[9] while the system is disarmed will cause the control panel to seize the
phone line for a download.
NOTE: A VALID USER CODE MAY BE REQUIRED AFTER [*]-[9]-[9], IF ENABLED IN LOCATION
41.
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[*]-[5]
[*]-[6]
CHANGING USER CODES
1.
Enter [*]-[5]-[master code]- the “Ready” LED will flash.
2.
Enter the 3 digit user number (always 3 digits, such as “003” for user 3)- the “Ready” LED
will illuminate steadily.
3.
Enter the new user code designated for the person in question - the “Ready” LED will
flash, indicating that the code has been accepted. If the code is rejected, the sounder will
beep 3 times.
4.
If another user code needs to be programmed, return to step 2.
5.
Press [#] while the “Ready” LED is flashing in order to exit the user code programming
mode.
6.
Pressing four times (for 4-digit code) can erase a user code or six times (for 6-digit code)
the “Cancel” key.
ASSIGNING AUTHORITY LEVEL
1.
Enter [*]-[6]-[master code]- the “Ready” LED will flash.
2.
Enter [3 digit user number] (always 3 digits, such as 003 for user 3)- the “Ready” LED will
illuminate steadily and the “Instant” LED will flash. Refer to the chart below for the
description of each LED. Turn on the LED for the features that you want.
LED
ATTRIBUTES IF LED 8 IS OFF
LED
1
2
3
4
Reserved
Arm only
Arm only after closing window
Master arm/disarm (can program
other codes)
Arm/disarm code
Allowed to bypass zones (see location
23)
Code will send open / close reports
If this LED is on, LED’s 1-7 will use the
chart too the right
1
2
3
4
Activate output 1
Activate output 2
Activate output 3
Activate output 4
5
6
Arm/disarm code
Allowed to bypass zones (see location
23)
Code will send open / close reports
If this LED is off, LED’s 1-7 will use the
chart on the left
5
6
7
8
1.
7
8
ATTRIBUTES IF LED 8 IS ON
Enter [*]: The “Instant” LED will illuminate steadily.
This moves you to the ‘partition enable’. (This tells the system which partition this user
can arm/disarm.) LED’s 1-8 will light up for each partition that the user is authorised to
arm/disarm. To change any of these numbers, press 1-8 to permit or deny access to the
user. (Example: If LED 2 is lit, then the user has been assigned access to that partition. By
pressing the [2] key, the LED will go out, indicating the user has been denied access to
that partition.)
2.
Enter [*]:
This brings you back to step 2 above. At this point, you may enter another user number
to which you can assign attributes. You may continue this procedure until you have
assigned authority levels to all user numbers; otherwise, you may press the [#] key to
exit the assigning authority level program.
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NOTE:
ANY MASTER ARM/DISARM CODE CAN ADD OR CHANGE A USER CODE IF THE MASTER CODE
HAS ACCESS TO THE SAME PARTITIONS AS THE CODE BEING ADDED/CHANGED.
CONSEQUENTLY, WHEN PROGRAMMING THE USER CODES FOR A PARTITIONED SYSTEM,
LEAVE AT LEAST ONE CODE WITH ACCESS TO ALL PARTITIONS. UNLESS YOU DO THIS, YOU
WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ADD NEW USERS. (THE CODE CAN BE THE “GO TO PROGRAM CODE”,
IF ENABLED IN LOCATION 43). IF YOU WANT TO LET THE END USER ADD NEW CODES, YOU
MUST REMOVE THE PARTITION AUTHORITY FROM ALL BLANK CODES.
[*]-[CHIME]
ACTIVATING WALKTEST:
1.
Enter [*]-[CHIME].
2.
Enter [Master code].
3.
Activate all sensors to test. Each activation of a sensor is confirmed with a “ding dong”
sound with a corresponding flashing zone-indicator.
4.
Enter [Master code]. Herewith the walktest-mode is left.
Remark: Walktest mode is not possible if any partition is armed or if the communicator is
active.
Additional keypad functions are described in the appropriate user manual
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Programming the NX-148 LCD keypads
This section describes how to program the address and partition for each keypad, and it also
explains the options that are available. The address of the keypad is important because the
panel uses it to supervise the keypads.
The factory default for the Master code is [1]-[2]-[3]-[4] when using a 4-digit code, or [1]-[2][3]-[4]-[5]-[6] for a 6-digit code. The factory default for the “Go To Program” code is [9]-[7]-[1][3] when using a 4-digit code, or [9]-[7]-[1]-[3]-[0]-[0] for a 6-digit code.
[*]-[9]-[1]
[*]-[9]-[2]
ADJUSTING THE VIEW / BRIGHTNESS OF THE LCD
1.
2.
Enter [*]-[9]-[1]
Enter [master code]
3.
To advance to the brightness
option, press [*]
The LCD screen will prompt for a “master” code.
The LCD will now prompt you to increase or reduce
the viewing angle. By using the scroll keys to the right
of the LCD, you can increase or reduce the textviewing angle.
The LCD will prompt you to brighten or dim the LCD
lighting. Use the scroll keys again to set the desired
brightness. When completed, exit by pressing [*].
PROGRAMMING CUSTOM MESSAGES IN THE KEYPAD
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Enter [*]-[9]-[2]
The LCD screen will prompt for the “Go To Program”
code.
Enter [program code]
The LCD will now prompt you to enter the message
number followed by [#]. Zones 1 through 192 custom
messages are message numbers 1-192 respectively.
Message 193 - Custom message top line.
Message 194 - Custom message bottom line.
Message 195 – Shutdown message top line.
Message 196 – Shutdown message bottom line.
Enter message number to edit, The LCD will display the zone number on the top line.
followed by [#]
The zone description will be displayed on the bottom
line. Use the instructions on page 29-30 to edit
character data.
When finished, exit by pressing [EXIT] while the LCD screen is prompting for a zone
message #. Any changes will automatically be copied to all other LCD keypads in the
system. NOTE: If you want a LCD keypad to have a different custom message, you must
enable custom message lock under the [*]-[9]-[3] function.
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[*]-[9]-[3]
SET KEYPAD OPTIONS
1.
2.
Enter [*]-[9]-[3]
Enter [program code]
The LCD screen will prompt for a code.
The LCD will now prompt you through the options
listed in the following chart. The current state of the
option will be shown in the lower right corner of the
display. Press [*] to exit the current state without any
changes. Otherwise, follow the directions on the
bottom line to select the desired option. When
finished, press [*] to move to the next option.
OPT
KEYPAD FEATURES
1
CASE TAMPER ON?
Tamper switch of keypad housing active
SILENT KEYPAD?
Enable silent keypad option. If this is on, silent keypad is enabled for entry/exit
delay and chime.
DING-DONG CHIME?
Enable ding-dong sound for chime. If this is off, the chime will be a single tone.
5 SEC. SILENCE?
Enable keypress silence option. Silences the pulsing keypad sounder for 5
seconds when a key is pressed.
ARMED ZONE INFO?
Enable armed status suppression. If this is on, the keypad will not display faulted
or bypassed zones when the system is armed.
BEEP ON PANICS?
Enable panic, fire, medical beep tone. Will sound a short beep to verify that the
keypress has been accepted.
DISABLE SERVICE?
Suppresses the “Service” Message. This will not allow the “Service” message to be
displayed for any reason. If there is a system malfunction (trouble), pressing [*][2] will still display the “Service” menu.
MASTER KEYPAD?
Enable multi-partition mode.
CUSTOM MESSAGE?
Enable custom message display.
CLOCK?
Enable clock display.
CUSTOM MSG. LOCK?
Enable custom message lock. Prevents the custom message from being
overwritten during keypad copy.
SELECT AN OPTION
1234 - - - -
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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Remark :
Option 1 :
Option 2 :
Option 3 :
Option 4 :
Option 5 :
Option 6 :
Option 7-8:
[*]-[9]-[4]
In the menu “Select an option” 8 additional options can be selected. The
options 5 until 8 are not used for the moment and may therefore not be
selected. The options 1 and 4 are described below:
On the LCD screen “press * for help”. By this the status of the system and
the message “press * for help” are alternately displayed on the LCD screen.
This is only to inform the user of the user’s menu.
Light continuously on. By this the lights of the LCD display and the keys will
continue to light up, independently of the programming of the control panel.
(Adr 23, Segm. 2, option 1 = turn off the lights after one minute of inactivity).
ON if PIN should be hidden when programming user codes.
ON suppresses beeps when an RF transmission is lost.
Reserved (Do not program).
Disable ARM and BYPASS led for Norway/Sweden (NX-148E v3.47)
Reserved (Do not program).
SET KEYPAD NUMBER AND PARTITION
1.
2.
Enter [*]-[9]-[4]
Enter [program code]
3.
Enter the keypad number
followed by [*]
4.
Enter the partition number for
the keypad
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The LCD screen will prompt for a code.
The LCD will now prompt you for the keypad number
followed by [*]. The current keypad number will be
displayed in the lower right hand corner.
The LCD will now prompt you for the partition
number. The current partition will be displayed in the
lower right hand corner.
The keypad will automatically exit this mode now.
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Keypad functions for the NX-148 LCD keypad
The LCD keypads have a bilingual user’s interface. As a result, you can simply select a user’s
function on the menu. You can consult the menu by entering the [*] key.
The user of the system can easily switch from one user’s interface to another and the other
way around.
To select a user’s function, following steps have to be performed.
Step 1
Enter the [*] key until the function you want, appears on the LCD display /
screen.
Ex.
Select an option
90 = Log Review
Step 2
To select the option, you must press the appropriate option number next to
the option (ex. Consulting Log Review = option 90)
To exit the user’s menu, press the [#] key.
If you already know the option (ex. Log Review = 90) you can immediately select the wanted
option by pressing the [*]-[9]-[0] keys. By doing this you don’t have to browse through the
user’s menu.
In the following table you will find all functions that can be executed by the user.
USER’S MENU
Option
st
0
1
2
3
41
42
43
44
45
46
49
5
6
7
90
91
97
CHIME
EXIT
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Description English (1)
Description English (2)
Zone Review
Set Tone
Master Mode
Service Check
Alarm Memory
Telephone # 1
Telephone # 2
Telephone # 3
Test
Display test
Light Control
English (2)
User PIN
User Authority
Detector Reset
Log Review
View Settings
Set Date/Time
Walktest
Silent Exit
Zone Review
Set Tone
Master Mode
Service Check
Alarm Memory
Telephone # 1
Telephone # 2
Telephone # 3
Test
Display test
Light Control
English (1)
User PIN
User Authority
Detector Reset
Log Review
View Settings
Set Date/Time
Walktest
Silent Exit
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[*]-[9]-[0]
READING THE EVENT LOG
The NX-8E has a 512-event log which can be retrieved using a master code. This log contains
a listing of the last 512 events along with the date, time, and partition where each event
occurred.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press [*]-[9]-[0]
The LCD screen will prompt you for a code.
Enter [master code]
The LCD screen will now show the most recent event.
To view the events from the latest to the oldest, press the ‘down’ scroll key.
To view the events from the oldest to the latest, press the ‘up’ scroll key.
The display contains the following information.
Event
Î
Date (month/Day) Î
Open
9/25
17:57
75
P3*
Í User or zone ID
Í Indicates partition and *
indicates an event not reported
Ï
Time shown in
24 hour format
This screen shows an opening of partition 3 on September 25th at 5:27 p.m. by user 75. The
[*] shows that this event is not programmed for reporting to the central monitoring station.
[*]-[9]-[5]
SET INCREMENTS (HOURS/DAYS) ELAPSED SINCE LAST AUTOTEST
1.
2.
3.
[*]-[9]-[7]
SET SYSTEM TIME AND DATE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
[*]-[9]-[8]
[*]-[9]-[9]
Enter [*]-[9]-[5]
The LCD screen will prompt for a code.
Enter [program code]
The LCD will now display the elapsed time screen.
Enter [100's digit] -[10's digit]-[1's digit]-[#]
Enter [*]-[9]-[7]
Enter [master code]
The LCD screen will prompt for a code.
The date and time will be displayed, with the current
hour flashing.
Use the ‘up’ and ‘down’ scroll keys to select the proper hour.
Enter the [*] key to move to the minutes.
Repeat until you have set the entire date.
Pressing [*]-[9]-[8] while the system is disarmed will cause the control panel to perform a
callback for a download. NOTE: A VALID USER CODE MAY BE REQUIRED AFTER [*]-[9]-[8], IF
ENABLED IN LOCATION 41 OF THE NX-8E CONTROL PANEL.
Pressing [*]-[9]-[9] while the system is disarmed will cause the control panel to seize the
phone line for a download. NOTE: A VALID USER CODE MAY BE REQUIRED AFTER [*]-[9]-[9], IF
ENABLED IN LOCATION 41 OF THE NX-8E CONTROL PANEL.
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[*]-[▲]
VIEW ZONE STATUS
1.
2.
3.
[*]-[3]
The LCD screen will display the zone status.
The LCD screen will display the list of ALL zones, in
sequential order by zone number.
VIEW ALARM MEMORY
1.
Enter [*]-[3]
2.
Use the ‘up’ and ‘down’ scroll
keys to browse through the
alarm memory.
Press [#] to exit this function.
3.
[*]-[4]-[5]
Enter [*]-[▲]
Use the ‘up’ and ‘down’ scroll
keys to browse through the
descriptions.
Press [#] to exit this function.
The LCD screen will display the zone description for
the zones.
The LCD screen will display the list, in sequential order
by zone number.
DISPLAY TEST
The keyboard also provides a test function by the means of which the LCD display and all
LED’s are tested.
Step 1
Step 2
[*]-[4]-[9]
Press [*] [4] [5]. The display and the LED’s will blink.
Press the [* ] key to leave the display test.
MODIFYING LANGUAGE
The possibility exists to modify the language on the LCD display from one language to
another and the other way around.
Step 1
Step 2
[*]-[5]
Press [*] [4] [9]. The LCD display switches to the other language.
To switch back to the other language, only step 1 has to be repeated.
CHANGING USER CODES:
Note: For partitioned systems, someone changing the code of another person must have
access to all partitions, or to more partitions than the user being changed.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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Enter [*]-[5]
The LCD screen will prompt for a code.
Enter [master code]
The LCD screen will prompt for a user number.
Enter the 3 digit user number
The LCD screen will prompt for a new code.
(always 3 digits, i.e. “003” for
user 3)
Enter the new user code designated for the person in question. If the code is rejected,
the sounder will beep three (3) times.
If another user code needs to be programmed, return to step 3.
To exit code programming, press [#] while the LCD screen is prompting for a new user
number.
REMARK: Pressing four times (for 4-digit code) can erase a user code or six times (for
6-digit code) the “Cancel” key.
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[*]-[6]
ASSIGNING AUTHORITY LEVEL
Note: You must be authorized to access the partition that you wish to add to, or remove from,
another person’s authority.
1.
2.
3.
Enter [*]-[6]
Enter [master code]
Enter the 3 digit user number
(always 3 digits, i.e. “003” for
user 3)
PROMPTS
Outputs used?
Open / close report?
Bypass enable?
Arm / disarm?
4
The LCD screen will prompt for a code.
The LCD screen will prompt for a user number.
The LCD screen will prompt for a new code. The LCD
will now prompt you for the first in the following list of
attributes.
If prompt 1 (“Outputs used?”)
is answered NO, the LCD will
display the four messages
below
If prompt 1 (“Outputs used?”)
is answered YES, the LCD will
display the four messages
below
Master code?
Sched. arm only?
Arm only?
Reserved
Output 4 enable?
Output 3 enable?
Output 2 enable?
Output 1 enable?
Enter a partition number.
The LCD screen will prompt you for the next user
code.
Note: The default allows access to all partitions. The first keypress will remove access to
the partition. To re-establish access, press the partition number again. When
completed, press [*].
5.
6.
NOTE:
If another user code needs to be programmed, return to step 3.
To exit this feature, press [#].
WHEN PROGRAMMING THE USER CODES FOR A PARTITIONED SYSTEM, LEAVE AT LEAST ONE
CODE WITH ACCESS TO ALL PARTITIONS. UNLESS YOU DO THIS, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO
ADD NEW USERS. (THE CODE CAN BE THE “GO TO PROGRAM CODE”, IF ENABLED IN
LOCATION 43 OF THE NX-8E CONTROL PANEL). IF YOU WANT TO LET THE END USER ADD
NEW CODES, YOU MUST REMOVE THE PARTITION AUTHORITY FROM ALL BLANK CODES.
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[*]-[CHIME]
ACTIVATING WALKTEST
1.
2.
3.
Enter [*]-[CHIME]
Enter [mastercode]
Activate all sensors to test
4.
Enter [mastercode]
Remark:
1.
2.
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The LCD screen will prompt you for a “master code”.
The LCD screen will display the “walktest mode”
Each activation of a sensor is confirmed with a “ding
dong” sound. The zone texts of the sensors who have
reacted, are displayed one by one on the screen.
The walktest mode is left.
All activations and restore conditions occurred during the walk test, can
be verified by consulting the memory file (see function [*]-[9]-[0])
A walk test mode is not possible if any partition is armed or if the
communicator is active.
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PROGRAMMING THE NX-8E CONTROL PANEL
Programming the NX-8E control panel via the LED keypad
ENTERING THE PROGRAM MODE
To enter the program mode, press [*]-[8]. When you do this, the five function LED’s (Stay,
Chime, Exit, Bypass, and Cancel) will begin to flash. Next, enter the “Go To Program Code”
(FACTORY DEFAULT IS [9]-[7]-[1]-[3]). If the “Go To Program Code” is valid, the “Service” LED will
flash and the five function LED’s will illuminate steadily. You are now in the program mode,
ready to select the module to be programmed.
Note: it is impossible to enter program mode if any partition - or the system - is armed.
SELECTING THE MODULE TO PROGRAM
Since all the modules connected to the NX-8E are programmed through the keypad, the
module you are programming should be the first entry. To program the NX-8E control panel,
enter [0]-[#]. The [0] is the module number of the control panel and the [#] is the entry key.
Other module entry numbers can be found in the corresponding manuals.
PROGRAMMING A LOCATION
Once you have entered the number of the module to be programmed, the “Armed” LED will
light up, to show that it is waiting for a programming location to be entered. Any location can
be accessed by directly entering the desired programming location, followed by the
crosshatch (pound) [#] key. If the location you enter is valid, the “Armed” LED will go out, the
“Ready” LED will light up, and the binary data for the first segment of this location will be
shown by the zone LED’s. While entering new data, the “Ready” LED will begin flashing to
indicate that a data change is in process. The flashing will continue until the new data are
stored, by pressing the [*] key. When you press the [*] key, the keypad will advance to the
next segment and will display its data. Repeat this procedure until the last segment is
reached. Press the [#] key to exit from this location, and the “Armed” LED will light up again this means that it is waiting for a new programming location to be entered. If you want the
next location in the sequence, press the [POLICE] key. If you want the previous location, press
the [FIRE] key. If you want the same location, press the [MEDIC] key. To review the data in a
location, repeat the above procedure, pressing the [*] key without any numeric data entry.
Each time you press the [*] key, the programming data of the next segment will be displayed
for review.
EXITING A LOCATION
After the last segment of a location has been programmed, press the [*] key to exit that
location; this turns the “Ready” LED off and the “Armed” LED on. As before, you are now ready
to enter another programming location. If you try to program an invalid entry for a particular
segment, the keypad sounder will emit a triple error beep (beep, beep, beep), and it will remain
in that segment awaiting a valid entry.
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EXITING THE PROGRAM MODE
When all the desired changes in programming have been made, it is time to exit the program
mode. Press the [Exit] key to exit this programming level, and go to the “Select a Module To
Program” level. If no additional modules are to be programmed, press the [Exit] key again to
exit the program mode. If there is a module to be programmed, you can select it by entering
its address, followed by the [#] key (see “Selecting the Module To Program” above). The
procedure for programming these devices is the same as for the control panel, except that the
locations will be for the module selected.
Note: the timeout for the program mode is 15 minutes.
PROGRAMMING DATA
There are only two possible types of programming data. One type of data is numerical: data
of this type can assume values from 0 -15 or 0 -255, depending on the location's segment. The
other type is feature selection data: this data is used to turn features on or off. Use the
following procedures when working with these two data types:
Numerical data: entering a number from 0-255 on the numeric keys of the system keypad
programs numerical data. To view the data in a location, a binary process is used. With this
process, the LED’s for zones 1 through 8 are utilized, and the numeric equivalents of their
illuminated LED’s are added together to determine the data in a programming location. The
numeric equivalents of these LED’s are as follows:
Zone 1 LED = 1
Zone 2 LED = 2
Zone 3 LED = 4
Zone 4 LED = 8
Zone 5 LED = 16
Zone 6 LED = 32
Zone 7 LED = 64
Zone 8 LED = 128
Example: If the numerical data to be programmed in a location is “66”, press [6]-[6] on the
keypad. The LED’s for zone 2 and zone 7 will light up, showing that 66 is in this location (2 + 64
= 66). See the example p. 26.
Once the data has been programmed, press the [*] key to enter the data, and advance to the
next segment of that location. After the last segment of a location has been programmed,
press the [*] key to exit from that location - this turns the “Ready” LED off and the “Armed” LED
on. As before, you are now ready to enter another programming location. If you try to
program a number that is too large for a particular segment, the keypad sounder will emit a
triple beep to indicate an error, and will remain in that segment awaiting a valid entry.
Remark: On the LCD keypad, the number in the location will be displayed. For locations with a
maximum of 15, the hexadecimal equivalent will be displayed in parenthesis. Example: 11 (B)
or 14 (E).
Feature selection data: feature selection data will display the current condition (on or off) of
eight features associated with the selected programming location and segment. If you press a
button on the keypad (1 to 8) that corresponds to the “feature number” within a segment, this
will toggle the feature (on/off). By pressing any numeric key between [1] and [8] to select a
feature, you will make the corresponding LED light up (feature ON). Press the number again,
and the LED will go out (feature OFF). You will see that numerous features can be selected
from within one segment. For instance, if you want all eight features of a segment, pressing
[1]-[2]-[3]-[4]-[5]-[6]-[7]-[8] will turn on LED's 1 to 8 as you press the keys, indicating that those
features are enabled. After you have selected the setting of the features for this segment,
press the [*] key. This will enter the data and advance automatically to the next segment of
the location. When you are in the last segment of a location and you press the [*] key to enter
the data, you will exit from that location as well. This will turn off the “Ready” LED, and will turn
on the “Armed” LED. As before, you are now ready to enter another programming location.
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LOADING FACTORY DEFAULTS
To load the factory defaults, enter the program mode using the procedure on page 24, then
type [9]-[1]-[0]-[#]. The keypad will beep 3 times to indicate that loading is in progress. The
loading takes about 6 seconds.
ENROLLING MODULES AND KEYPADS
For supervision purposes, the presence of all keypads, zone expanders, wireless receivers, and
any other modules connected to the data terminal can automatically be found and stored in
the NX-8E’s memory. This allows the control panel to supervise these modules. To enroll the
modules, enter the program mode for the NX-8E control panel as described above. If
necessary, go on to program the rest of the control panel and the devices. When you exit from
program mode, the control panel will automatically enroll the devices. The enrolling process
takes about 12 seconds, during which time the “Service” LED will light up. If a module has been
enrolled but it is not detected by the control, the “Service” LED will light up.
PROGRAMMING EXAMPLE (Numerical data)
Zone 1 LED = 1
Zone 4 LED = 8
Data = 9
Zone 2 LED = 2
Zone 7 LED = 64
Data = 66
To change data
in a segment,
enter the data
followed by [*]
Enters the previous
programming “location”
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Pressing [#] will exit
a location without
changing the data
in the current
segment
Returns to the “location”
just programmed
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PROGRAMMING EXAMPLE (Feature selection data)
Location 23, segment 1
1 = Quick arm
2 = Re-exit
3 = Auto bypass
4 = Silent keypad panic
5 = Audible keypad panic
6 = Keypad auxiliary 1
7 = Keypad auxiliary 2
8 = Multi-keypad tamper
Press the key on the numeric keypad that corresponds to the feature you wish to
enable/disable. When a LED is “ON”, a feature is enabled, when “OFF” the feature is disabled.
For example, with the 1, 5 & 7 LED’s “ON”, quick arm, audible keypad panic and keypad
auxiliary 2 are enabled.
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Programming the NX-8E control panel via LCD keypad
ENTERING THE PROGRAM MODE
To enter the program mode, press [*]-[8]. The LCD screen will now prompt you for the
programming code. Next, enter the “Go To Program Code” (FACTORY DEFAULT IS 9713). If the
“Go To Program Code” is valid, the LCD screen will prompt you for the device address you wish
to program. You are now in the program mode, ready to select the module to be
programmed.
Note: it is impossible to enter program mode if any partition - or the system - is armed.
SELECTING THE MODULE TO PROGRAM
Since all the modules connected to the NX-8E are programmed through the keypad, the
module you are programming should be the first entry. To program the NX-8E Control Panel,
enter [0]-[#]. The [0] is the module number of the control panel and the [#] is the entry key.
Other module entry numbers can be found in the corresponding manuals.
PROGRAMMING A LOCATION
Once you have entered the number of the module to be programmed, the LCD screen will
prompt you for a location number. Any location can be accessed by directly entering the
desired programming location, followed by the crosshatch (pound) [#] key. If the location you
enter is valid, the top line of the LCD screen will display the location number on the left and the
segment number on the right. The bottom line of the display will show the current data. This
data will be displayed and entered according to the type of data used (numerical, binary, or
character data). Follow the instructions below for each type of data.
NUMERICAL DATA: The top line of the display will show the current location number on the
left and the segment number on the right. The data will be displayed on the bottom line. The
hex equivalent will be shown in parenthesis. To change the data in the current location, enter
the number followed by [*]. The data will be entered and the segment will be incremented by
1. The data for this segment will now be displayed. Continue this process until the last
segment is programmed. When you reach the last segment, the keypad will prompt you for
the next location. If you wish to exit this location before the last segment is reached, press the
[#] key. This keypress will not save the changes made to current segment, but it will exit the
location. To proceed to the next location, press the [Police] key. To return to the previous
location, press the [Fire] key. To re-enter the last location, press the [Medic] key.
BINARY DATA: The top line of the display will show the current location number on the left and
the segment number on the right. The data will be displayed on the bottom line with the
numbers 1-8 in the first 8 characters. If the number appears, this binary switch is on. If
minuses sign (-) appears where the number should be, this switch is off. Toggle the numbers
on or off, using the corresponding number digit (1 to toggle 1, 8 to toggle 8). When the
numbers are in the desired state, press the [*] key. The data will be entered and the segment
will be incremented by 1. The data for this segment will now be displayed. Continue this
process until the last segment is programmed. When you reach the last segment, the keypad
will prompt you for the next location. If you wish to exit this location before the last segment is
reached, press the [#] key. This keypress will not save the changes made to current segment,
but will exit the location. To proceed to the next location, press the [Police] key. To return to
the previous location, press the [Fire] key. To re-enter the last location, press the [Medic] key.
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CHARACTER DATA: Character data is used to enter LCD text when programming (see [*]-[9][2] feature for custom messages). Custom zone descriptions and messages are stored using
character or ASCII data types. This information is programmed using the bottom line of the
display as a text editor. Once a character location has been entered, the current data will be
displayed on the bottom line. As always, the top line will display the current location and
segment number. The five (5) function keys, as well as the ‘up’ and ‘down’ arrows to the right
of the display, are now used to edit the message before saving it back to the location storage.
An underscore (_) in the display indicates the current cursor location. To move the cursor to
the right, press the [*] key. To move the cursor to the left, press the [Cancel] key. To change
the character at the current cursor location, press the Up or Down Arrow until the desired
character is displayed. To accept this character, press the [*] key. The character will remain,
and the cursor will advance one space to the right.
You can also immediately select a character from the underlying table. By doing this you can
quickly form a word without having to scroll down all characters in the list
Follow the procedure below to select a character:
Step 1
Enter the double figured number of the wanted character of the table
below.
Confirm the character by pressing the [*] key.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 until the complete word is formed.
Confirm the word by pressing the [#] key.
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Key
[Stay]
[Chime]
[Exit]
[Bypass]
[Cancel]
[*]
[#]
NX-148 LIBRARY
ALARM
AREA
AUDIO
BACK
BATHROOM
BEAM
BEDROOM
BUTTON
CEILING
CLOSET
DELAY
DEN
DETECTOR
DINING
DOOR
DOWN
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Function
Inserting spaces
Deleting characters
Access the library
Make a character or entire word flashing
Backspace
Confirm the word or character being displayed
Finished editing the line
DURESS
EAST
EMERGENCY
EXIT
EXTERIOR
FIRE
FRONT
GAME
GARAGE
GLASSBREAK
GUEST
HALL
HEAT
HOLDUP
HOUSE
INFRARED
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INSTANT
INTERIOR
JUNK
KITCHEN
LIBRARY
LIGHT
LIVING
MASTER
MICROWAVE
MOTION
NORTH
NURSERY
OFFICE
PANIC
PANTRY
PHONE
PIR
PORCH
ROOM
RUMPUS
SAFE
SENSOR
SHOCK
SHOP
SIDE
SKYLIGHT
SLIDING
SMALL
SMOKE
SOUND
SOUTH
STAIRS
STORAGE
STUDY
TAMPER
TELEVISION
TROUBLE
TV
UP
UTILITY
VAULT
WAREHOUSE
WEST
WINDOW
WING
WIRELESS
YARD
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ALPHANUMERIC CHARACTER TABEL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
a
à
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
ä
ä
b
c
ç
d
e
é
è
ê
f
g
h
i
î
j
k
l
m
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
n
o
ô
ö
p
q
r
s
t
u
û
ü
v
w
x
y
z
!
”
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
#
$
&
'
(
)
*
+
,
.
/
:
;
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>
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EXITING THE PROGRAM MODE
When you have made all the desired changes in programming, it is time to exit the program
mode. Press the [Exit] key to exit this programming level, and go to the “Select a Module To
Program” level. If no additional modules are to be programmed, press the [Exit] key again to
exit the program mode. If there is a module to be programmed, you can select it by entering
its address, followed by the [#] key (see “Selecting the Module To Program” above). The
procedure for programming these devices is the same as for the control panel, except that the
locations will be for the module selected.
Note: the timeout for the program mode is 15 minutes.
LOADING FACTORY DEFAULTS
To load the factory defaults, enter the program mode using the above procedure, then type
[9]-[1]-[0]-[#]. The keypad will beep 3 times to show that loading is in progress. The loading
takes about 6 seconds.
ENROLLING MODULES AND KEYPADS
For supervision purposes, the presence of all keypads, zone expanders, wireless receivers, and
any other modules connected to the data terminal can automatically be found and stored in
the NX-8E’s memory. This allows the control panel to supervise these modules. Note: All
modules should be connected and set to unique addresses before modules are enrolled. To
enroll the modules, enter the program mode of the NX-8E control panel as described above. If
necessary, go on to program the rest of the control panel and devices. When you exit from
program mode, the control panel will automatically enroll the devices. The enrolling process
takes about 12 seconds, during this time the “Service Screen” will be displayed. If a module
has been enrolled but it is not detected by the control, the “Service Screen” will be displayed.
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IMPORTANT REMARKS
Tamper memorization
Tamper alarm indications (zone tampers and box tampers) can only be erased by entering the
program mode. This means that tamper alarm indications can only be reset by the installer.
Disabling tamper alarms in program mode
Tamper alarms (originating from zones and boxes) will be disabled during program mode. This
allows the installer to service the system without generating unwanted tamper alarms.
Keypad tamper lockout
When this option is enabled (see location 23, segment 1), the NX-8E will disable the keypad for
60 seconds, and will communicate a tamper signal to the central station if 30 keypresses are
entered without producing a valid code.
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CONTROL PANEL PROGRAMMING LOCATIONS
) For most routine installations, the “Quick Start” option will allow for enabling a majority of
the options available with the NX-8E, when communicating in Contact ID or SIA formats and
without partitioning. The “Quick Start” locations can be identified by the ) symbol.
Telephone number 1
) LOCATION 0 - PHONE N° 1 (20 segments, numerical data)
The first telephone number is programmed in location 0. A “14” indicates the end of the phone
number. Delays of four seconds can be programmed at any point in the phone number by
programming a “13” in the appropriate segment. The system will always wait for a dial tone,
unless the first digit of the phone number is a “13”; in this case, it will only delay. Pulse dialling
is default. If you want Tone (DTMF) dialling, program a “15” in the segment where tone dialling
should begin. If the entire number should be tone dialling, program a “15” in the first segment.
Program an “11” for a “*”, and a “12” for a “#”.
Note: a zero is programmed as a “0”.
) LOCATION 1 - ACCOUNT CODE FOR PHONE N° 1 (6 segments, numerical data)
Location 1 is used to program the account code that is sent when phone N°1 is dialled. A zero
in the account code is programmed as a “0”. A “10” indicates the end of the account code, so
program a “10” in the segment immediately after the last digit of the account code. If the
account code is 6 digits long, program all 6 segments.
) LOCATION 2 - COMMUNICATOR FORMAT FOR PHONE N° 1 (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 2 contains the communicator format used to transmit to the receiver that is
connected to phone N°1. Consult the instructions for your central station receiver to
determine which format is compatible. Select a format from the list on the following page. If
you require a format other than those listed, review the override options described in location
18 in order to create the appropriate format. In order to create a special format, a “15” must
be programmed in location 2 in addition to the entries in location 18. If this location contains a
“0”, the built-in communicator will be disabled, and the NX-8E will function as a ‘local only’
control.
) LOCATION 3 - DIAL ATTEMPTS/BACKUP CONTROL FOR PHONE N° 1 (2 segm., numerical data)
Segment 1- Dial attempts: Location 3, segment 1 is used to enter the number of dial attempts
(1 to 15) which the communicator will make to phone N°1 before it ends the notification
process. Factory default is “8” and the communicator will make 8 attempts to the first number.
There will be a waiting time of 12 seconds between the first two dial attempts, and a
waiting time of 60 seconds between each subsequent dial attempt.
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Segment 2- Phone N° 1 backup control: Programming a “0” in segment 2 of this location will
cause the NX-8E to make the designated number of attempts to phone N°2 before setting the
“Fail To Communicate” condition and stop reporting. Programming a “1” in this segment will
cause the NX-8E to stop trying to communicate after the designated number of attempts
have been made to phone N°1. If a “2” is programmed in this segment, it will cause the NX-8E
to make the dial attempts in increments of two. The first two attempts will be made to phone
N°1, the next two attempts to phone N°2, then repeating until the total number of attempts
designated in Segment 1 is completed.
Format selections
DATA
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Local
Ademco Contact ID
Ademco 4/2 Express
Reserved
Reserved
Siren Tone Format
Reserved
SIA (level 1, supporting
level 2 area modifier and
level 3 listen-in block) or
Robofon format
Buzzer mode pager
Radionics extended fast
with parity
12
Reserved
Ademco/ Silent Knight
Slow
Silent Knight 4+2 fast
13
Sescoa/Franklin Fast
14
SIA (level 1, supporting
level 3 listen-in block)
Custom format
Vocal format
15
16
Remark (*):
FORMAT
DESCRIPTION
Communicator is disabled
DTMF format (see appendix 1-2)
DTMF format
Siren sound, for domestic dialling *
FSK format (see appendix 1-2).
Robofon format: only for Sweden and Norway.
Pager format (for Holland)
Extended event code 1800hz transmit 2300hz
handshake single round w/parity 40 PPS extended
hex capability
1900hz transmit 1400hz handshake 10 PPS double
round parity
Two-digit event code 1900hz transmit 1400hz
handshake 20 PPS double round parity
1800hz transmit 2300hz handshake 20 PPS hex
double round
FSK format (see appendix 1-2)
(See location 18)
Only working with NX-535 voice module
The siren tone format (format 5) can be kissed off by pressing the “*” key on the telephone set
(persistent tone of 250 msec. is required).
If you want to trigger a “kiss-off” signal via a GSM, you have to take into account that this
function is Network provider dependent.
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Reporting events to phone number 1
Phone N°1 has two programming locations that are used to select the events which are
reported to this phone number.
Location 4 is used to select which events are reported to phone N°1. Location 5 is used to
select which partitions are reported to phone N°1. If you do not want dual or split reporting,
use location 4 to select all events to phone N°1, and leave location 5 at the factory default of
“0”. If you want dual or split reporting, and the split is based on the event type (such as alarm,
open/close, etc.), you should use location 4 to select only those events that should be reported
to phone N°1, and you should leave location 5 at the factory default of “0”. If you want dual or
split reporting, and the split is based on partition, you should program location 4 as a “0” and
use location 5 to select those partitions that are to be reported to phone N°1. If no events are
to be reported to phone N°1, both locations should be programmed as “0”.
LOCATION 4 - EVENTS REPORTED TO PHONE N° 1 (2 segments, feature selection data)
Segment 1
Segment 2
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7=
8=
Alarms
Opening and closings
Zone bypass and bypass restores
Zone trouble and trouble restores
Power fail (AC failure), low battery, power restore (AC restore) , and
low battery restore
Bell cut, bell cut restore, telephone line restore
Test reports
Start and end programming, download complete and log full
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
Zone and box tamper
Auxiliary power over-current, and restore
Wireless sensor missing and restore
Wireless sensor low battery and restore
Expander trouble and restore (keypads are considered as expanders)
Fail to communicate
Alarm restore
Tamper restore
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LOCATION 5 - PARTITIONS REPORTED TO PHONE N° 1 (1 segment, feature selection data)
Location 5 is used when the events to be reported to a phone number are based on the
partition, regardless of the event. If you use this location, you should program location 4 as
“0”.
Segment 1
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
Telephone number 2
LOCATION 6 - PROGRAMMING PHONE N° 2 (20 segments, numerical data)
Phone N°2 is programmed in location 6. A “14” indicates the end of the phone number. Delays
of four seconds can be programmed at any point in the phone number by programming a
“13” in the appropriate segment. The system will always wait for a dial tone, unless the first
digit of the phone number is a “13”; in this case, it will only delay. Pulse dialling is default. If
you want Tone (DTMF) dialling, program a “15” in the segment where tone dialling should
begin. If the entire number should be tone dialling, program a “15” in the first segment.
Program an “11” for a “*”, and a “12” for a “#”.
Note: a zero is programmed as a “0”.
LOCATION 7 - ACCOUNT CODE FOR PHONE N° 2 (6 segments of numerical data)
Use location 7 to program the account code that is sent when phone N°2 is dialled. A zero in
the account code is programmed as a “0”. A “10” indicates the end of the account code, so
program a “10” in the segment immediately after the last digit of the account code. If the
account code is 6 digits long, program all 6 segments. If this location is left unprogrammed,
account code 1 will be used when the second phone number is dialled.
LOCATION 8 - COMMUNICATOR FORMAT FOR PHONE N° 2 (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 8 contains the communicator format used to transmit to the receiver that is
connected to phone N°2. Consult the instruction manual for your central station receiver in
order to determine which format is compatible, and select from the 15 formats listed on page
33. If you require a format other than those listed, review the override options described in
Location 18 to create the appropriate format. In order to create a special format, a “15” must
be programmed in location 8, in addition to the entries in location 18. If this location contains
a “0”, format 1 will be used when phone N°2 is dialled.
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LOCATION 9 - DIAL ATTEMPTS/BACKUP CONTROL FOR PHONE N° 2 (2 segments, numerical data)
Segment 1, dial attempts: segment 1 of location 9 is used to enter the number of dial
attempts (1 to 15 attempts) that the communicator will make to phone N°2 before it ends the
notification process. Factory default is “0”, and the communicator will make the same number
of attempts as those programmed in location 3.
There will be a waiting time of 12 seconds between the first two dial attempts, and a
waiting time of 60 seconds between each subsequent dial attempt (regardless of the
number dialled).
Segment 2, phone N° 2 backup control: Programming a “0” in segment 2 of this location will
cause the NX-8E to make the designated number of attempts to phone N°1 before setting the
“fail to communicate” condition and stop reporting. Programming a “1” in this segment will
cause the NX-8E to stop trying to communicate after the designated number of attempts
have been made to phone N°2. If a “2” is programmed in this segment, it will cause the NX-8E
to make the dial attempts in increments of two. The first two attempts will be made to phone
N°2, the next two attempts to phone N°1, then repeating until the total number of attempts
designated in segment 1 is completed.
Reporting events to phone number 2
Phone N°2 can be used to back up phone N°1, or as a second receiver to multi-report or splitreport events. Phone N°2 has two programming locations that are used to select the events
that are reported to this phone number. Location 10 is used to select the events which are
reported to phone N°2, and location 11 is used to select which partitions are reported to
phone N°2. If you do not want dual or split reporting, location 10 and location 11 should be left
at the factory default of “0”. If you want multi-reporting or split reporting, and the split is
based on the event type (such as alarm, open close etc.), location 10 should be used to select
only those events that should be reported to phone N°2, and location 11 should be left at the
factory default of “0”. If you want dual or split reporting, and the split is based on partition,
then location 10 should be programmed as “0”, and location 11 should be used to select those
partitions that are to be reported to phone N°2. If no events are to be reported to phone N°2,
both locations should be at “0”.
LOCATION 10 - EVENTS REPORTED TO PHONE N° 2 (2 segments of feature selection data)
Segment 1
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3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
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Alarms
Opening and closings
Zone bypass and bypass restores
Zone trouble and trouble restores
Power fail (AC failure), low battery, power restore (AC restore) , and
low battery restore
Bell cut, bell cut restore, telephone line restore
Test reports
Start and end programming, download complete and log full
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Segment 2
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
Zone and box tamper
Auxiliary power overcurrent, and restore
Wireless sensor missing and restore
Wireless sensor low battery and restore
Expander trouble and restore (keypads are considered as expanders)
Fail to communicate
Alarm restore
Tamper restore
LOCATION 11 - PARTITIONS REPORTED TO PHONE N° 2 (1 segment, feature selection data)
Location 11 is used when events to be reported to a phone number are based on the partition,
regardless of the event. If this location is used, location 10 should be “0”.
Segment 1
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
Telephone number 3
LOCATION 12 - PROGRAMMING PHONE N° 3 (20 segments, numerical data)
Phone N°3 is programmed in location 12. A “14” indicates the end of the phone number.
Delays of four seconds can be programmed at any point in the phone number by
programming a “13” in the appropriate segment. The system will always wait for a dial tone,
unless the first digit of the phone number is a “13”; in this case, it will only delay. Pulse dialling
is default. If you want Tone (DTMF) dialling, program a “15” in the segment where tone dialling
should begin. If the entire number should be tone dialling, program a “15” in the first segment.
Program an “11” for a “*”, and a “12” for a “#”.
Note: a zero is programmed as a “0”.
LOCATION 13 - ACCOUNT CODE FOR PHONE N° 3 (6 segments, numerical data)
Use location 13 to program the account code that is sent when phone N°3 is dialled. A zero in
the account code is programmed as a “0”. A “10” indicates the end of the account code, so
program a “10” in the segment immediately after the last digit of the account code. If the
account code is 6 digits long, program all 6 segments. If location 6 is left un-programmed,
account code 1 will be used when phone N°3 is dialled.
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LOCATION 14 - COMMUNICATOR FORMAT FOR PHONE N° 3 (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 14 contains the communicator format used to transmit to the receiver that is
connected to phone N°3. Consult the instruction manual for your central station receiver in
order to determine which format is compatible, and select from the 15 formats listed on page
33. If you require a format other than those listed, review the override options described in
location 18 to create the appropriate format. In order to create a special format, a “15” must
be programmed in location 14, in addition to the entries in location 18. If this location contains
a “0”, format 1 will be used when phone N°3 is dialled.
LOCATION 15 - DIAL ATTEMPTS/BACKUP CONTROL FOR PHONE N° 3 (2 segments, numerical data)
Segment 1, Dial Attempts: Segment 1 of location 15 is used to enter the number of dial
attempts (1 to 15) that the communicator will make to phone N°3 before it ends the
notification process. Factory default is “0”, and the communicator will make the same number
of attempts as those programmed in location 3.
There will be a waiting time of 12 seconds between the first two dial attempts, and a
waiting time of 60 seconds between each subsequent dial attempt (regardless of the
number dialled).
Segment 2, Phone # 3 Backup Control: Programming a “0” in segment 2 of this location will
cause the NX-8E to make the designated number of attempts to phone N°2 before setting the
“Fail To Communicate” condition and stop reporting. Programming a “1” in this segment will
cause the NX-8E to stop trying to communicate after the designated number of attempts
have been made to phone N°3. If a “2” is programmed in this segment, it will cause the NX-8E
to make the dial attempts in increments of two. The first two attempts will be made to phone
N°3, the next two attempts to phone N°2, then repeating until the total number of attempts
designated in segment 1 is completed.
Reporting events to phone number 3
Phone N°3 can be used as a third receiver to multi-report or split report events. Phone N°3 has
two programming locations that are used to select the events that are reported to this phone
number. Location 16 is used to select which events are reported to phone N°3, and location 17
is used to select which partitions are reported to phone N°3. If you do not want dual or split
reporting, location 16 and location 17 should be left at the factory default of “0”. If you want
multi-reporting or split reporting, and the split is based on the event type (such as alarm,
open/close, etc.), then location 16 should be used to select only those events that should be
reported to phone N°3, and location 17 should be left at the factory default of “0”. If you want
dual or split reporting, and the split is based on partition, then location 16 should be
programmed to “0” and location 17 should be used to select those partitions that are to be
reported to phone N°3. If no events are to be reported to phone N°3, both locations should be
at “0”.
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LOCATION 16 - EVENTS REPORTED TO PHONE N° 3 (2 segments, feature selection data)
Segment 1
Segment 2
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2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
Alarms
Opening and closings
Zone bypass and bypass restores
Zone trouble and trouble restores
Power fail (AC failure), low battery, power restore (AC restore), and
low battery restore
Bell cut, bell cut restore, telephone line restore
Test reports
Start and end programming, download complete and log full
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
Zone and box tamper
Auxiliary power overcurrent, and restore
Wireless sensor missing and restore
Wireless sensor low battery and restore
Expander trouble and restore (keypads are considered as expanders)
Fail to communicate
Alarm restore
Tamper restore
LOCATION 17 - PARTITIONS REPORTED TO PHONE N°3 (1 segment, feature selection data)
Location 17 is used when the events to be reported to a phone number are based on the
partition, regardless of the event. If this location is used, location 16 should be “0”.
Segment 1
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5=
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Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
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Special formats
LOCATION 18 - CUSTOM COMMUNICATOR FORMAT (see locations 2, 8, and 14)
Segment 1
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
On for 1800hz transmit; Off for 1900hz
On for 2300hz handshake; Off for 1400hz
On for checksum parity; Off for double round parity
On for 2 digit event code; Off for 1 digit event code
On for extended reporting; Off for non-extended reporting
Reserved
On for 20 PPS; Off for 10 or 40 PPS
On for 10 PPS; Off for 20 or 40 PPS
Segment 2
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
On for pager format (no handshake required).
On for 1400/2300 handshake
Reserved
Reserved
On for Contact ID
On for SIA
On for 3 digit event code
On for DTMF
Segment 3
Reserved
Segment 4
Inter-digit time for pulse format:
The inter-digit time is the value programmed on this location, divided by the
pulse-rate (PPS) of the programmed format. This is programmed in a binary
way: in order to program the value “10”, options 2 and 4 must be selected,
for value “5”, options 1 and 3 must be selected.
Ex: when the value 10 is programmed on segment 4 and a pulse format of
20 PPS is used, the inter-digit time is 10/20 = 0.5 sec.
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Download parameters
) LOCATION 19 - DOWNLOAD ACCESS CODE (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 19 contains the eight-digit access code that the NX-8E must receive from the
downloading software before the panel will allow downloading. The factory default code is
84800000.
) LOCATION 20 - NUMBER OF RINGS TO ANSWER (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 20 contains the number of rings to answer for a download. Enter a number from “0”
(disabled) to “15”. Factory default is “12”, so the NX-8E will answer after 12 rings.
LOCATION 21 - DOWNLOAD CONTROL (1 segment, feature selection data)
Location 21 contains the feature selections to control download sessions. The following
features can be enabled or disabled using this location (see the feature definitions on pages 511).
Segment 1
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
On: enables two call answering machine defeat
Reserved
On: requires call-back before download session
Shutdown (can only be viewed from the keypad; must be changed by
downloading)
On: locks all local programming. (can only be viewed from the
keypad; must be changed by downloading)
On: locks programming of all locations associated with the
communicator (can only be viewed from the keypad; must be
changed by downloading)
On: locks out download section. (If “On”, locations 19-22 cannot be
viewed from the keypad; can only be viewed from the keypad when
“Off”.)
On: enables call-back at auto test interval
LOCATION 22 - DOWNLOAD CALL BACK NUMBER (20 segments, numerical data)
If a telephone number is programmed into this location, and “Require Call-back” is enabled in
location 21, the control panel will hang up for approximately 36 seconds (ensuring that the
calling party has disconnected), and then call back. The system will always wait for a dial tone
unless the first digit of the phone number is a “13”; in this case, it will only delay. Tone (DTMF)
dialling is default. If you want pulse tone dialling, program a “15” in the segment where pulse
dialling should begin. If the entire number should be pulse dialling, program a “15” in the first
segment. Four-second delays can be obtained anywhere in the sequence by programming a
“13” in the appropriate delay location.
Note: a zero is programmed as a “0”.
WARNING: YOU SHOULD ALWAYS CHECK THAT THE CALLBACK PHONE NUMBER IS
ACCURATE BEFORE DISCONNECTING.
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Feature and report selections (for partition 1)
) LOCATION 23 - PARTITION 1, FEATURE AND REPORT SELECTIONS (5 segments, feature
selection data)
Location 23 is used to enable certain features that the user can access or see from the
keypad of the system. In addition, certain communicator reports are enabled in location 23.
Each of these features can be enabled by partition. For additional partition information, see
locations 88-109.
If the feature selection location for any partition is left blank, that partition will use this
location for the feature selection.
This location contains 5 segments of 8 features each (see the feature definitions).
Segment 1
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
On: enables the quick arm feature (for exit and stay mode)
On: enables the re-exit feature
On: enables the automatic bypass feature (of interior zones)
On: enables the silent keypad panic feature (overrides the audible
panic selection)
On: enables the audible keypad panic feature
On: enables the keypad Aux 1 feature (FIRE)
On: enables the keypad Aux 2 feature (MEDICAL)
On: enables the keypad multiple code attempt tamper feature
(keypad lockout)
Segment 2
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
On: enables the LED extinguish feature
On: enables the require code for bypassing feature
On: enables the zone bypassed sounder alert feature
On: enables the AC power/low battery sounder alert feature
On: enables bypass toggle
On: enables silent auto arm
On: enables the automatic instant feature (of entry/exit zones)
On: enables final set door
Segment 3
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
On: enables opening and closing reports
On: enables zone bypass reporting
On: enables zone restore reporting
On: enables zone trouble reporting
On: enables zone tamper reporting
On: enables the cancel reporting
On: enables the recent closing report
On: enables the exit error report
Segment 4
1=
2=
3=
On: enables late to close / early to open reporting
On: enables auto arm in STAY mode
On: enables instant NIGHT mode (applies to NX-1208E / NX-1248E: no
toggle)
On: tamper when sensor lost if armed
On : enables instant STAY mode (toggle)
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
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Segment 5
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Entry/Exit timers
) LOCATION 24 - ENTRY / EXIT TIMERS (6 segments, numerical data)
Location 24 is used to program the entry/exit times. There are 2 separate entry/exit times.
Segment 1
Entry time 1
Segment 2
Exit time 1
Segment 3
Entry time 2
Segment 4
Exit time 2
Segment 5
Segment 6
Reserved
Reserved
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This is the entry time that will be used when a delay 1
zone type initiates an entry delay.
Valid entries are 10-255 seconds.
This is the exit time that will be used for all zones
designated as delay 1.
Valid entries are 10-255 seconds.
This is the entry time that will be used when a delay 2
zone type initiates an entry delay.
Valid entries are 10-255 seconds.
This is the exit time that will be used for all zones
designated as delay 2.
Valid entries are 10-255 seconds.
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Zone configurations and partition selection
DEFAULT ZONE CONFIGURATIONS
Zones can be programmed to be one of thirty different zone configurations (zone types). The
default zone configurations are listed below. Programming locations 110-169 can customise
all zone configurations.
DATA
R conf.
DESCRIPTION OF DEFAULT CONFIGURATION
1
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
6
1
7
1
8
1
9
1
10
2
11
1
12
1
DAY ZONE
Instant when system is armed; trouble zone when system is disarmed. A day zone will only
work if programmed for single end-of-line resistor.
24 HOUR AUDIBLE
Creates an instant yelping siren alarm regardless of the arming state of the control panel.
This zone type is not abortable. This zone can be bypassed.
ENTRY/EXIT DELAY 1
A trip will start entry delay 1. Absence of a trip during the exit delay will enable the Automatic
Bypass or Instant mode, if so programmed.
FOLLOWER (WITH AUTO- BYPASS DISABLED)
This zone will be instant when the system is armed and no entry or exit delays are being
timed. It is delayed during entry and exit delay times. This zone will not bypass
automatically, even if enabled in segment 1 of location 23.
INTERIOR FOLLOWER (WITH AUTO- BYPASS ENABLED)
This zone will be instant when the system is armed and no entry or exit delay is being timed.
It is delayed during entry and exit delay times. This zone will bypass automatically, if enabled
in segment 1 of location 23.
INSTANT WITH CHIME ENABLED
This zone creates an instant alarm whenever it is tripped and the armed LED is on.
24 HOUR SILENT
Creates an instant silent alarm regardless of the arming state of the control panel. It will not
display on the keypad.
FIRE
This zone will light up the fire LED and sound the steady siren each time the zone is shorted.
It will also rapidly flash the fire LED, indicating trouble if the zone is open. This zone cannot be
bypassed.
ENTRY/EXIT DELAY 2
A trip will start entry delay 2. Absence of a trip during the exit delay will enable the automatic
bypass or instant mode, if so programmed.
ENTRY/EXIT DELAY 2 WITH DOUBLE EOL
A trip will start entry delay 2. Absence of a trip during the exit delay will enable the automatic
bypass or instant mode, if so programmed.
MOMENTARY KEYSWITCH ZONE
This zone type will arm and disarm the partition or partitions of the control panel where it is
resident, every time the zone is shorted. Keyswitch arming will report as user 99.
CHIME ONLY
Creates no alarm regardless of the armed state of the control panel. It will chime anytime it
is faulted and will display on the keypad. Local only.
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13
2
14
2
15
2
16
2
17
1
18
1
19
1
20
1
21
1
22
1
23
2
24
2
25
1
26
1
27
1
ENTRY/EXIT DELAY 1 WITH DOUBLE EOL
A trip will start entry delay 1. Absence of a trip during the exit delay will enable the Automatic
Bypass or Instant mode, if so programmed.
FOLLOWER WITH DOUBLE EOL (WITH AUTO- BYPASS DISABLED)
This zone will be instant when the system is armed and no entry or exit delays are being
timed. It is delayed during entry and exit delay times. This zone will not bypass
automatically, even if enabled in segment 1 of location 23.
INTERIOR FOLLOWER WITH DOUBLE EOL (WITH AUTO- BYPASS ENABLED)
This zone will be instant when the system is armed and no entry or exit delay is being timed.
It is delayed during entry and exit delay times. This zone will bypass automatically, if enabled
in segment 1 of location 23.
INSTANT WITH DOUBLE EOL
This zone creates an instant alarm whenever it is tripped and the armed LED is on.
ENTRY/EXIT DELAY 1 WITH GROUP BYPASS ENABLED - A trip will start entry delay 1. This
zone will bypass when the "Group Bypass" command is entered at the keypad. The lack of a
trip during exit delay will enable the Automatic Bypass or Instant mode if so programmed.
FOLLOWER WITH GROUP BYPASS ENABLED - This zone will be instant when the system is
armed and no entry or exit delays are being timed. It is delayed during entry and exit delay 1
times. This zone will bypass when the "Group Bypass" command is entered at the keypad.
INTERIOR FOLLOWER WITH AUTO- BYPASS AND GROUP BYPASS ENABLED - This zone will
be instant when the system is armed and no entry or exit delay is being timed. It is delayed
during entry and exit delay 1 times. This zone will automatically bypass if enabled in
Segment 1 of Location 23 or when the "Group Bypass" command is entered at the keypad.
INSTANT WITH GROUP BYPASS ENABLED
This zone creates an instant alarm whenever it is tripped and the armed LED is on. This zone
will bypass when the “Group Bypass” command is entered at the keypad
FOLLOWER WITH "CROSS ZONE" ENABLED - This zone will be instant when the system is
armed and no entry or exit delay is being timed. It is delayed during entry and exit delay
times. If a "Cross Zone" is not being timed it will start a "Cross Zone" timer. If a "Cross Zone" is
being timed it will create an instant alarm.
INSTANT WITH "CROSS ZONE" ENABLED - If a "Cross Zone" is being timed, this zone creates
an instant alarm when the Armed LED is on. If a "Cross Zone" is not being timed it will start a
"Cross Zone" timer.
FOLLOWER WITH "CROSS ZONE" AND DOUBLE EOL ENABLED - This zone will be instant
when the system is armed and no entry or exit delay is being timed. It is delayed during
entry and exit delay times. If a "Cross Zone" is not being timed it will start a "Cross Zone"
timer. If a "Cross Zone" is being timed it will create an instant alarm.
INSTANT WITH "CROSS ZONE" AND DOUBLE EOL ENABLED - If a "Cross Zone" is being
timed, this zone creates an instant alarm when the Armed LED is on. If a "Cross Zone" is not
being timed it will start a "Cross Zone" timer.
INSTANT WITH CHIME DISABLED
This zone creates an instant alarm whenever it is tripped and the armed LED is on.
ENTRY/EXIT DELAY 1 FORCE ARMABLE WITH CHIME ENABLED
A trip will start entry delay 1. Absence of a trip during exit delay will enable the automatic
bypass or instant mode, if so programmed. This zone is force armable (see feature
definitions).
FOLLOWER (WITH AUTO- BYPASS DISABLED) , FORCE ARMABLE
This zone will be instant when the system is armed and no entry or exit delays are being
timed. It is delayed during entry and exit delay times. This zone will not bypass
automatically, even if enabled in segment 1 of location 23. This zone is force armable (see
feature definitions).
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1
29
1
30
1
LOCAL INSTANT This zone creates an instant alarm not to be reported whenever it is tripped
and the Armed LED is on.
FOLLOWER ENTRY GUARD WITH ACTIVITY SUPERVISION ENABLED
This zone will be instant when the system is armed AWAY and no entry or exit delays are
being timed. It is delayed during entry and exit delay times and when the panel is armed in
the STAY/INSTANT mode. It will send a report if the zone activity time is reached without a
change of state (see location 40, segment 11 and locations 110-169).
INSTANT WITH ZONE ACTIVITY SUPERVISION ENABLED
This zone creates an instant alarm whenever it is tripped and the armed LED is on. It will send
a report if the zone activity time is reached without a change of state. Refer to Location 40 /
Segment 11.
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) LOCATION 25 - ZONES 1-8 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 25 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 1-8. Segment 1 is for zone
1, and segment 8 is for zone 8. You will find the default configurations in the table above.
LOCATION 26 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 1-8 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 26 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 1 - 8 reside. A zone may reside in
any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1 partition, that
zone will only be active when all the partitions in which it is resident in are armed. A zone that
resides in more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition number. Location 26 has
8 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 1, and segment 8 corresponds to zone 8.
Segment 1-8
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
) LOCATION 27 - ZONES 9-16 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 27 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 9 -16. Segment 1 is for
zone 9, and segment 8 is for zone 16. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 28 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 9-16 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 28 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 9-16 reside. A zone may reside in
any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1 partition, that
zone will only be active when all the partitions are armed. A zone that resides in more than 1
partition will be reported to its lowest partition. Location 28 has 8 segments. Segment 1
corresponds to zone 9 and Segment 8 corresponds to zone 16.
Segment 1-8
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2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
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Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
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) LOCATION 29 - ZONES 17-24 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 29 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 17-24. Segment 1 is for
zone 17, segment 8 is for zone 24. You will find the default configurations in the table above.
LOCATION 30 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 17-24 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 30 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 17-24 reside. A zone may reside in
any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1 partition, that
zone will only be active when all the partitions are armed. A zone that resides in more than 1
partition will be reported to its lowest partition. Location 30 has 8 segments. Segment 1
corresponds to zone 17 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 24.
Segment 1-8
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
) LOCATION 31 - ZONES 25-32 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 31 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 25-32. Segment 1 is for
zone 25, segment 8 is for zone 32. You will find the default configurations in the table above.
LOCATION 32 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 25-32 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 32 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 25-32 reside. A zone may reside in
any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1 partition, that
zone will only be active when all the partitions are armed. A zone that resides in more than 1
partition will be reported to its lowest partition. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 25 and
segment 8 corresponds to zone 32.
Segment 1-8
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2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
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) LOCATION 33 - ZONES 33-40 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 33 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 33-40. Segment 1 is for
zone 33, and segment 8 is for zone 40. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 34 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 33-40 (8 segments of feature selection data)
Location 34 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 33-40 reside. A zone may reside in
any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1 partition, that
zone will only be active when all the partitions are armed. A zone that resides in more than 1
partition will be reported to its lowest partition. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 33 and
segment 8 corresponds to zone 40.
Segment 1-8
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
LOCATION 35 - ZONES 41-48 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments of numerical data)
Location 35 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 41-48. Segment 1 is for
zone 41, and segment 8 is for zone 48. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 36 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 41-48 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 36 is used to select the partition or partitions in which zones 41-48 reside. A zone
may reside in any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1
partition, that zone will only be active when all the partitions are armed. A zone that resides in
more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition. Location 36 has 8 segments.
Segment 1 corresponds to zone 41 and segment 8 corresponds to zone 48.
Segment 1-8
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2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
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Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
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General options
LOCATION 37 - SIREN AND SYSTEM SUPERVISION (7 segments, feature selection data)
Location 37 is used to enable various system feature and reporting options.
Segment 1
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
On: if siren sounds for “Telephone Line Cut” when armed
On: if siren sounds for “Telephone Line Cut” when disarmed
On: if siren blast at arming (pulse)
On: if siren blast at exit expiration (pulse)
On: if siren blast at closing kiss-off (pulse)
On: if siren sounds during a “Cross Zone” verification time
On: if siren sounds for a zone or box tamper
On: if siren blasts 1 time for keyswitch or wireless arming; 2 times for
disarming
Segment 2
1=
8=
On: if siren driver should be a voltage output. Off: if on-board siren
driver is enabled
On: if sirens sound for expander trouble
On: for zones to restore immediately. Off: for zones to restore only
when the siren is off or disarmed
On: if dynamic battery test is performed at arming. Off: if dynamic
battery test is performed at disarming (See location 40)
On: if battery missing test is performed every 12 seconds
On: if manual bell test is performed during [*]-[4]-[4] test function
On: if manual communicator test is performed during [*]-[4]-[4] test
function
On: if Box Tamper terminals on the control panel are enabled
Segment 3
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
On: if box tamper report is enabled
On: if AC fail reporting is enabled
On: if low battery reporting is enabled
On: if Aux. power overcurrent report is enabled
On: if siren supervision report is enabled
On: if restore telephone line cut report is enabled
Reserved
On: if expander trouble reporting is enabled
Segment 4
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
On: if fail to communicate report is enabled
On: if log full report is enabled
On: if autotest report is enabled
On: if start/end programming report is enabled
On: if end download report is enabled
On: if sensor low battery report is enabled
On: if sensor missing report is enabled
On: if autotest report is enabled ONLY when the system is armed
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
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Segment 5
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
On: enable lost clock service light
On: use of wireless and hardwired zones together on zones 1-8 only
On: disables on-board 8 zones
On: will allow two trips on same cross-zone to activate an alarm
On: will not allow zones that are force armed to report bypass
On: enables silent exit option
On: activate “first disarm reporting” - “last arm reporting” for
partitions
On: switch “summer/wintertime” and vice versa
Segment 6
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
On: enable 2 wire smoke sensors on zone 8
Reserved
On: zone activity monitor in hours (not in days)
Reserved
Reserved
On : disables Clean Me report
Reserved
Reserved
Segment 7
1-8
Reserved
LOCATION 38 - SWINGER SHUTDOWN COUNT
Location 38 contains the number of trips on a zone before that zone will be automatically
bypassed. Refer to the feature definitions.
) LOCATION 39 - KEYPAD SOUNDER CONTROL (1 segment, feature selection data)
Segment 1
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
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On: if keypad sounds for “Telephone Line Cut” when the system is
armed
On: if keypad sounds for “Telephone Line Cut” when disarmed
On: if keypad sounds for an AC power failure
On: if keypad sounds when a low battery is detected
On: if keypad sounds during cross zone trip time
On: if keypad sounds for zone and box tampers
Reserved
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LOCATION 40 - SYSTEM TIMERS (14 segments, numerical data)
Location 40 contains the duration of various system timing functions. Example: If you want
the duration of the dynamic battery test to be 30 minutes, you should program [3]- [0]-[*] in
segment 1 of this location. The [3]-[0] is the number of minutes; the [*] stores the data, and
moves to the next segment of this location.
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
Segment 4
Segment 5
Segment 6
Segment 7
Segment 8
Segment 9
Segment 10
Segment 11
Segment 12
Segment 13
Segment 14
Dynamic battery test duration in minutes, 0-255 minutes (“0” = no test)
AC fail report delay in minutes, 0-255 minutes
Power up delay in seconds, 0-60 seconds (“0” = no power up delay)
Siren time in minutes, 1-255 minutes
Telephone line cut delay in seconds, 0-255 seconds (“0” = no telephone line
monitoring enabled)
Cross zone time in minutes, 0-255 (“0” = no cross zoning)
Chime time in 50 msec. (1/ 20th second) increments from 0-12 seconds (“0”
= follows zone 255 latched)
Dial delay in seconds, 0-255 seconds (0 no abort delay)
Fire alarm verification time in seconds, 120-255 seconds (“0” = no fire
alarm verification). Values less than 120 sec. are considered as 120 sec.
Listen-in time in seconds, 0-255 (“ 0” = no listen-in time)
Zone activity monitor feature timed in hours/days, 0-255 (“0” = disabled)
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
LOCATION 41 - CODE REQUIREMENTS (1 segment, feature data)
Segment 1
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
On: enables the 6-digit code option. If 6-digit option is enabled, all
arm/disarm codes and the “Go To Program Code” are 6 digits. If this
option is enabled, the default user 1 code is [1]-[2]-[3]-[4]-[5]-[6].
NOTE: IF YOU ENABLE THIS OPTION, VERIFY THAT THE “GO TO
PROGRAM CODE” IS A SIX-DIGIT CODE BEFORE YOU EXIT FROM
PROGRAMMING
On: requires code entry for [*]-[9]-[8] (perform callback download)
and [*]-[9]-[9] (answer incoming call for download) functions
Reserved
Reserved
On: keypad shutdown mode
On: user authorisation to enter program mode
Reserved
Reserved
LOCATION 42 - GO TO PROGRAM CODE (6 segments, numerical data)
Location 42 contains the “Go To Program Code”. This location contains a code with either 4 or
6 digits. If the 6-digit code option is enabled in Location 41, THIS CODE MUST CONTAIN SIX (6)
DIGITS. If this option is not enabled in location 41, the last 2 segments (digits) will be ignored.
With the NX-8E disarmed, the “Go To Program Code” can be used to enter the Program Mode.
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LOCATION 43 - GO TO PROGRAM CODE PARTITION AND AUTHORIZATION (2 segments, feature
data)
selection
The “Go To Program Code” can be used as a standard arm/disarm code. When using the code
to arm or disarm, the user ID is 255. (It is not possible to change this code in the run mode).
Segment 1
Segment 2
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
Reserved
On: enables “Go To Program Code” as an arm only code
On: enables “Go To Program Code” as an arm only, after closing
On: enables “Go To Program Code” as a master arm/disarm code (can
change user codes)
On: enables “Go To Program Code” as an arm/disarm code
On: enables “Go To Program Code” to bypass zones
On: enables “Go To Program Code” opening and closing reports
Reserved
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
On: enables the “Go To Program Code” for partition 1
On: enables the “Go To Program Code” for partition 2
On: enables the “Go To Program Code” for partition 3
On: enables the “Go To Program Code” for partition 4
On: enables the “Go To Program Code” for partition 5
On: enables the “Go To Program Code” for partition 6
On: enables the “Go To Program Code” for partition 7
On: enables the “Go To Program Code” for partition 8
) LOCATION 44 - DURESS CODE (6 segments, numerical data)
Location 43 contains the “Duress” code. This Location contains either 4 or 6 digits. If the 6-digit
code option is enabled in location 41, THIS CODE MUST CONTAIN SIX (6) DIGITS. If the 6-digit
option is not enabled in location 41, the last 2 digits will be ignored. If the duress code is
programmed, it will work for all partitions.
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Programming the outputs
LOCATION 45 - AUXILIARY OUTPUT 1-4 PARTITION SELECTION (4 segments, feature selection data)
Location 45 is used to select the partition(s) in which the events must occur before the output
(relay) will activate. Location 45 has 4 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to output 1, and
segment 2 corresponds to output 2, segments 3 and 4 correspond to outputs 3 and 4.
Segment 1
(Auxiliary 1)
1= Partition #1
2= Partition #2
3= Partition #3
4= Partition #4
5= Partition #5
6= Partition #6
7= Partition #7
8= Partition #8
Segment 2
(Auxiliary 2)
1= Partition #1
2= Partition #2
3= Partition #3
4= Partition #4
5= Partition #5
6= Partition #6
7= Partition #7
8= Partition #8
Segment 3
(Auxiliary)
1= Partition #1
2= Partition #2
3= Partition #3
4= Partition #4
5= Partition #5
6= Partition #6
7= Partition #7
8= Partition #8
Segment 4
(Auxiliary)
1= Partition #1
2= Partition #2
3= Partition #3
4= Partition #4
5= Partition #5
6= Partition #6
7= Partition #7
8= Partition #8
LOCATION 46 - AUXILIARY OUTPUT 1-4 SPECIAL TIMING (4 segments, feature selection data)
Location 46 contains special timing feature activation for the 4 auxiliary outputs (relays).
Segment 1 corresponds to output 1, segment 2 corresponds to output 2. Segments 3 and 4
correspond to outputs 3-4.
Segment 1-4
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
On: if output should be timed in minutes; Off: if timed in seconds
On: if output should latch; Off: if output should be timed
On: if output should stop timing when the code is entered; Off: if
the output should continue to time when the code is entered
On: if output should only activate between the closing and
opening time in locations 52 and 53
On: if output should only activate between the opening and
closing time in locations 52 and 53
On: if output should be inverted (0 volts going to 12 volts when
activated)
Reserved
Reserved
LOCATION 47 - AUXILIARY OUTPUT 1 (relay 1 and open collector 1), EVENT AND TIME (2 segments, numerical
data)
Segment 1
Segment 2
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Use the chart below to select the event that will activate auxiliary output 1
(relay 1)
Program the timing from 0-255 (minutes or seconds, depending on the
data programmed in segment 1, location 46). Programming a “0” makes
the output follow the event
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LOCATION 48 - AUXILIARY OUTPUT 2 (relay 2 and open collector 2), EVENT AND TIME (2 segments, numerical
data)
Segment 1
Segment 2
Use the chart below to select the event that will activate auxiliary output 2
(relay 2)
Program the timing from 0-255 (minutes or seconds, depending on the
data programmed in segment 2, location 46). Programming a “0” makes
the output follow the event
LOCATION 49- AUXILIARY OUTPUT 3 (open collector 3), EVENT AND TIME (2 segments, numerical data)
Segment 1
Segment 2
Use the chart below to select the event that will activate auxiliary output 3
Program the timing from 0-255 (minutes or seconds, depending on the
data programmed in segment 3, location 46). Programming a “0” makes
the output follow the event
LOCATION 50- AUXILIARY OUTPUT 4 (open collector 4), EVENT AND TIME (2 segments, numerical data)
Segment 1
Segment 2
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Use the chart below to select the event that will activate auxiliary output 4
Program the timing from 0-255 (minutes or seconds, depending on the
data programmed in segment 4, location 46). Programming a “0” makes
the output follow the event
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AUXILIARY OUTPUT EVENT SELECTION
DATA
EVENT
09
19
29
39
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
119
129
139
Burglary alarm
Fire alarm
24 hour alarm
Trouble alarm
Tamper alarm
Yelping siren
Steady siren
Any siren
Any bypass
AC fail
Low battery
Duress
Aux 1 keypad (fire alarm)
Aux 2 keypad (medical alarm)
149
15
169
17
18
Panic keypad
Keypad tamper
Autotest
Alarm memory
Entry
DATA
27
289
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
EVENT
19
20
21
Exit
Entry or exit
Armed state
48♦9
Chime
Expander trouble
Dynamic battery test time
Open period
Closed period
Listen-in
Line seizure
Reserved
Fail to communicate
Telephone line fault
Program mode
Download in process
Reserved
Short circuit (overcurrent on 12
Vdc)
Box tamper
Siren tamper
Any open
Any short
Any fault (open/short on non-fire
zone)
Any alarm
Beeping keypad
Code entry (see note below)
22
Disarmed state
49♣9
Key FOB function 1 (wireless)
23
Ready
Key FOB function 2 (wireless)
24
25
26
Not ready
Fire
Fire trouble
50♣9
51
52
53
41
42
43
44
45
469
47
Always on
Autoarm time (last minute)
Any siren when in away mode
Note :
♦
♣
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When event 48 is programmed, it is possible to program a user code authorisation to
select the output(s), which a particular code will activate. When LED 8 is on for an
authorisation, then LED’s -24 will correspond to the code that activates outputs 1 - 2
respectively. (See “Programming the LED Keypads”)
Events 49 and 50 require one or more of the following to operate: wireless receivers or
cardreaders.
If set to follow condition, these events will be 1 second.
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LOCATION 51 - AUTOTEST CONTROL (4 segments, numerical data)
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
Segment 4
Program a “1” if the interval is to be in hours; program a “0” for days. Add
a “2” to suppress the daily test or a “3” to suppress the hourly test if any
report has been sent
Program the autotest interval from 1-255 hours/days
Program the autotest report hour in 24 hour format (if the interval is in
hours, this segment Is ignored)
Program the autotest report time, number of minutes after the hour
LOCATION 52 - OPENING TIME (2 segments, numerical data)
Location 52 contains the time (in 24 hour format) when the NX-8E will enable the disarm
capability for codes designated as ‘arm only after closing’. This time is only valid on those
days programmed in location 54.
Note: Opening time must be earlier than closing time so that autoarm, Aux. outputs, or code
authorisation can function properly.
Segment 1
Segment 2
Program the hour of the opening time
Program the minutes after the hour of the opening time
LOCATION 53 - CLOSING TIME/AUTOMATIC ARMING TIME (2 segments, numerical data)
Location 53 contains the time (in 24 hour format) when the NX-8E will disable the disarm
capability for codes designated as ‘arm only after closing’. This is also the time when the
automatic arming sequence will begin (if this option is enabled in location 55).
Note: Opening time must be earlier than closing time so that auto arm, Aux. outputs, or code
authorisation can function properly.
Segment 1
Segment 2
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Program the hour of the closing / auto arm time
Program the minutes after the hour of the closing / auto arm time
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LOCATION 54 - DAYS OF THE WEEK “ARM ONLY AFTER CLOSE WINDOW” CODES FUNCTION IN PARTITIONS 1
THRU 8 (8 Segments, feature selection data)
Location 54 selects the days of the week on which each partition is open. On these days, “arm
only after close window” codes will be able to arm and disarm during “open window”. On days
not selected here, “arm only after close window” codes will not disarm. Segment 1 is for
partition 1, and segment 8 is for partition 8 (see locations 52 and 53 for the opening and
closing times for the open days).
Segment 1-8
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
“Arm only after close window” will arm/disarm on Sunday
“Arm only after close window” will arm/disarm on Monday
“Arm only after close window” will arm/disarm on Tuesday
“Arm only after close window” will arm/disarm on Wednesday
“Arm only after close window” will arm/disarm on Thursday
“Arm only after close window” will arm/disarm on Friday
“Arm only after close window” will arm/disarm on Saturday
Reserved
LOCATION 55 - DAYS OF THE WEEK FOR AUTO ARMING IN PARTITIONS 1 THRU 8 (8 Segments,
selection data)
feature
Location 55 selects the days on which each partition will auto-arm. Segment 1 is for partition
1, and segment 8 is for partition 8. If a zone is faulted when the panel tries to auto-arm, the
zone will be bypassed. If the zone restores, it will be unbypassed and active in the system.
Segment 1-8
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2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
Auto arming on Sunday
Auto arming on Monday
Auto arming on Tuesday
Auto arming on Wednesday
Auto arming on Thursday
Auto arming on Friday
Auto arming on Saturday
Disable 45 minute retry timer
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Communicator codes for slow speed formats only
LOCATIONS 56-83 ARE ONLY USED WHEN REPORTING EVENTS TO A PAGER, OR WHEN USING A
SLOW FORMAT SUCH AS 4+2. WHEN USING CONTACT ID OR SIA, THERE IS NO NEED TO
PROGRAM THESE LOCATIONS.
LOCATION 56 - RESTORE COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 56 contains the event code for a zone “Restore” for a 4+2 and 3+1 format. For a 4+2
format, the digit programmed in this location will be sent as the tens digit of the restore event
code. The zone ID will always be reported as the ones digit of the zone number (e.g. zone 16 =
6, zone 45 = 5).
This location contains 8 segments. Any segment left as “0” will follow the segment 1 selection.
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
Segment 4
Segment 5
Segment 6
Segment 7
Segment 8
Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
“Restore Code”
“Restore Code”
“Restore Code”
“Restore Code”
“Restore Code”
“Restore Code”
“Restore Code”
“Restore Code”
LOCATION 57 - BYPASS COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 57 contains the event code for a zone “Bypass” with a 4+2 and 3+1 format. For a 4+2
format, the digit programmed in this location will be sent as the tens digit of the bypass event
code. The zone ID will always be reported as the ones digit of the zone number (e.g. zone 16 =
6, zone 45 = 5).
This location contains 8 segments. Any segment left as “0” will follow the segment 1 selection.
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
Segment 4
Segment 5
Segment 6
Segment 7
Segment 8
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Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
“Bypass Code”
“Bypass Code”
“Bypass Code”
“Bypass Code”
“Bypass Code”
“Bypass Code”
“Bypass Code”
“Bypass Code”
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LOCATION 58 - TAMPER COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 58 contains the event code for a zone “Tamper” with a 4+2 and 3+1 format. For a 4+2
format, the digit programmed in this location will be sent as the tens digit of the tamper event
code. The zone ID will always be reported as the ones digit of the zone number (e.g. zone 16 =
6, zone 45 = 5).
This location contains 8 segments. Any segment left as “0” will follow the segment 1 selection.
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
Segment 4
Segment 5
Segment 6
Segment 7
Segment 8
Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
“Tamper Code”
“Tamper Code”
“Tamper Code”
“Tamper Code”
“Tamper Code”
“Tamper Code”
“Tamper Code”
“Tamper Code”
LOCATION 59 - TROUBLE COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 59 contains the event code for a zone “Trouble” with a 4+2 and 3+1 format. For the
4+2 format, the digit programmed in this location will be sent as the tens digit of the trouble
event code. The zone ID will always be reported as the ones digit of the zone number (e.g.
zone 16 = 6, zone 45 = 5).
This location contains 8 segments. Any segment left as “0” will follow segment 1 selection.
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
Segment 4
Segment 5
Segment 6
Segment 7
Segment 8
Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
“Trouble Code”
“Trouble Code”
“Trouble Code”
“Trouble Code”
“Trouble Code”
“Trouble Code”
“Trouble Code”
“Trouble Code”
LOCATION 60 - SENSOR LOW BATTERY COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (8 segments,
numerical data)
Location 60 contains the event code for a zone “Sensor Low Battery” for a 4+2 and 3+1
format. For a 4+2 format, the digit programmed in this location will be sent as the tens digit of
the sensor low battery event code. The zone ID will always be reported as the ones digit of the
zone number (e.g. zone 16 = 6, zone 45 = 5).
This location contains 8 segments. Any segment left as “0” will follow the Segment 1 selection.
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Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
Segment 4
Segment 5
Segment 6
Segment 7
Segment 8
Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
“Sensor Low battery Code”
“Sensor Low battery Code”
“Sensor Low battery Code”
“Sensor Low battery Code”
“Sensor Low battery Code”
“Sensor Low battery Code”
“Sensor Low battery Code”
“Sensor Low battery Code”
LOCATION 61 - SENSOR MISSING COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (8 segments, numerical
data)
Location 61 contains the event code for a zone “Sensor-missing” for a 4+2 and 3+1 format. For
a 4+2 format, the digit programmed in this location will be sent as the tens digit of the sensor
missing event code. The zone ID will always be reported as the ones digit of the zone number
(e.g. zone 16 = 6, zone 45 = 5).
This location contains 8 segments. Any segment left as “0” will follow the Segment 1 selection.
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
Segment 4
Segment 5
Segment 6
Segment 7
Segment 8
Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
“Sensor Missing Code”
“Sensor Missing Code”
“Sensor Missing Code”
“Sensor Missing Code”
“Sensor Missing Code”
“Sensor Missing Code”
“Sensor Missing Code”
“Sensor Missing Code”
LOCATION 62 - DURESS COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (2 segments, numerical data)
Location 62 contains the tens and ones digits that will be sent for a 4+2 and 3+1 format if the
duress code is enabled in location 44. Segment 1 contains the tens digit, and segment 2
contains the ones digit.
For a 3+1 format, only the segment 1 digit (tens) will be sent.
LOCATION 63 - KEYPAD AUXILIARY 1 COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (2 segments,
numerical data)
Location 63 contains the tens and ones digits that will be sent for a 4+2 and 3+1 format if the
keypad “Auxiliary 1” (FIRE) is enabled in the partition feature selection. Segment 1 contains the
tens digit; segment 2 contains the ones digit.
For a 3+1 format, only the segment 1 digit (tens) will be sent.
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LOCATION 64 - KEYPAD AUXILIARY 2 COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (2 segments,
numerical data)
Location 64 contains the tens and ones digits that will be sent for a 4+2 and 3+1 format if the
keypad “Auxiliary 2” (MEDICAL) is enabled in the partition feature selection. Segment 1
contains the tens digit; segment 2 contains the ones digit.
For a 3+1 format, only the segment 1 digit (tens) will be sent.
LOCATION 65 - KEYPAD PANIC COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (2 segments, numerical
data)
Location 65 contains the tens and ones digits that will be sent for a 4+2 and 3+1 format if the
keypad “Panic” is enabled in the partition feature selection. Segment 1 contains the tens digit,
and segment 2 contains the ones digit.
For a 3+1 format, only the segment 1 digit (tens) will be sent.
LOCATION 66 - KEYPAD MULTIPLE CODE ENTRY TAMPER COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY
(2 segments, numerical data)
Location 66 contains the tens and ones digits that will be sent for a 4+2 and 3+1 format if the
keypad “Multiple Code Entry” (Tamper) is enabled in the partition feature selection. Segment 1
contains the tens digit, and segment 2 contains the ones digit.
For a 3+1 format, only the segment 1 digit (tens) will be sent.
LOCATION 67 - BOX TAMPER / BOX TAMPER RESTORE COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (4
segments, numerical data)
Location 67 contains the tens and ones digits that will be sent for a 4+2 and 3+1 format if the
“Box Tamper” feature is enabled in location 37. Segment 1 contains the tens digit of the “Box
Tamper”. Segment 2 contains the ones digit of the “Box Tamper”. Segment 3 contains the tens
digit of the “Box Tamper Restore”. Segment 4 contains the ones digit of the “Box Tamper
Restore”.
For a 3+1 format, only the segment 1 resp. segment 3 digit (tens) will be sent.
LOCATION 68 - AC FAIL / AC FAIL RESTORE COMMUNICATOR CODES, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (4 segments,
numerical data)
Location 68 contains the tens and ones digits for a 4+2 and 3+1 format that will be sent if “AC
Fail Reporting” is enabled. Segment 1 contains the tens digit of the “AC Fail Reporting”.
Segment 2 contains the ones digit of the “AC Fail Reporting”. Segment 3 contains the tens digit
of the “AC Fail Restore”. Segment 4 contains the ones digit of the “AC Fail Restore”.
For a 3+1 format, only the segment 1 resp. segment 3 digit (tens) will be sent.
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LOCATION 69 - LOW BATTERY / LOW BATTERY RESTORE COMMUNICATOR CODES, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY
(4 segments, numerical data)
Location 69 contains the tens and ones digits for a 4+2 and 3+1 format that will be sent if
“Low Battery Reporting” is enabled. Segment 1 contains the tens digit of the “Low Battery
Reporting”. Segment 2 contains the ones digit of the “Low Battery Reporting”. Segment 3
contains the tens digit of the “Low Battery Restore”. Segment 4 contains the ones digit of the
“Low Battery Restore”.
For a 3+1 format, only the segment 1 digit resp. segment 3 digit (tens) will be sent.
LOCATION 70 - AUX POWER OVERCURRENT/ AUX POWER OVERCURRENT RESTORE COMMUNICATOR CODES,
SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (4 segments, numerical data)
Location 70 contains the tens and ones digits for a 4+2 and 3+1 format that will be sent if “Aux
Power Overcurrent Reporting” is enabled. Segment 1 contains the tens digit of the “Aux Power
Overcurrent Reporting”. Segment 2 contains the ones digit of the “Aux Power Overcurrent
Reporting”. Segment 3 contains the tens digit of the “Aux Power Overcurrent Restore”.
Segment 4 contains the ones digit of the “Aux Power Overcurrent Restore”.
For a 3+1 format, only the segment 1 resp. segment 3 digit (tens) will be sent.
LOCATION 71 - BELL TAMPER AND BELL TAMPER RESTORE COMMUNICATOR CODES, SLOW SPEED FORMATS
ONLY (4 segments, numerical data)
Location 71 contains the tens and ones digits for a 4+2 and 3+1 format that will be sent if
siren supervision reporting is enabled. Segment 1 contains the tens digit of the “Bell Tamper
Reporting”. Segment 2 contains the ones digit of the “Bell Tamper Reporting”. Segment 3
contains the tens digit of the “Bell Tamper Restore”. Segment 4 contains the ones digit of the
“Bell Tamper Restore”.
For a 3+1 format, only the segment 1 resp. segment 3 digit (tens) will be sent.
LOCATION 72 - TELEPHONE LINE CUT RESTORE COMMUNICATOR CODES, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (4
segments, numerical data)
Location 72 contains the tens and ones digits for a 4+2 and 3+1 format that will be sent if
“Telephone Line Cut Restore Reporting” is enabled. Segment 1 and segment 2 are reserved.
Segment 3 contains the tens digit of the “Telephone Line Cut Restore”. Segment 4 contains the
ones digit of the “Telephone Line Cut Restore”.
For a 3+1 format, only the segment 3 digit (tens) will be sent.
LOCATION 73 - B-ALARM REPORT CODE (only for Norway/Sweden)
B-Alarm time is fixed at 30 minutes. The reporting of a B-Alarm is enabled if feature 7 is set on
location 37, segment 3.
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LOCATION 74 - EXPANDER TROUBLE AND EXPANDER TROUBLE RESTORE COMMUNICATOR CODES, SLOW
SPEED FORMATS ONLY (4 segments, numerical data)
Location 74 contains the tens and ones digits for a 4+2 and 3+1 format that will be sent if
“Expander Trouble Reporting” is enabled. Segment 1 contains the tens digit of the “Expander
Trouble Reporting”. Segment 2 contains the ones digit of the “Expander Trouble Reporting”.
Segment 3 contains the tens digit of the “Expander Trouble Restore”. Segment 4 contains the
ones digit of the “Expander Trouble Restore”.
For a 3+1 format, only the segment 1 digit resp. segment 3 digit (tens) will be sent.
LOCATION 75 - FAIL TO COMMUNICATE COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (2 segments,
numerical data)
Location 75 contains the tens and ones digits for a 4+2 and 3+1 format that will be sent if the
“Fail To Communicate Reporting” is enabled. Segment 1 contains the tens digit, and segment 2
contains the ones digit.
For a 3+1 format, only the segment 1 digit (tens) will be sent.
LOCATION 76 - LOG FULL COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (2 segments, numerical data)
Location 76 contains the tens and ones digits for a 4+2 and 3+1 format if the “Log Full
Reporting” is enabled. Segment 1 contains the tens digit, and segment 2 contains the ones
digit.
For a 3+1 format, only the segment 1 digit (tens) will be sent.
LOCATION 77 - OPENING COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 77 contains the tens digit for a 4+2 and 3+1 format if “Opening Reporting” is enabled.
The ones digit is the ones digit of the user number that did the opening. If the user is greater
than 9, the numbers will begin repeating (e.g. code 6 = 6, code 45 = 5).
This location contains 8 segments. Any segment left as “0” will follow the segment 1 selection.
If you need to report openings and closings with a unique code per user, Contact ID or SIA
format must be used.
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
Segment 4
Segment 5
Segment 6
Segment 7
Segment 8
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Opening code for partition 1
Opening code for partition 2
Opening code for partition 3
Opening code for partition 4
Opening code for partition 5
Opening code for partition 6
Opening code for partition 7
Opening code for partition 8
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LOCATION 78 - CLOSING COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 78 contains the tens digit for a 4+2 and 3+1 format if “Closing Reporting” is enabled.
The ones digit is the ones digit of the user number that did the opening. If the user is greater
than 9, the numbers will begin repeating (e.g. code 6 = 6, code 45 = 5).
This location contains 8 segments. Any segment left as “0” will follow the segment 1 selection.
If you need to report openings and closings with a unique code per user, Contact ID or SIA
format must be used.
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
Segment 4
Segment 5
Segment 6
Segment 7
Segment 8
Closing code for partition 1
Closing code for partition 2
Closing code for partition 3
Closing code for partition 4
Closing code for partition 5
Closing code for partition 6
Closing code for partition 7
Closing code for partition 8
LOCATION 79 - AUTOTEST COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (2 segments, numerical data)
Location 79 contains the tens and ones digits for a 4+2 and 3+1 format that will be sent if
“Autotest” or “Manual Test” is enabled. Segment 1 contains the tens digit, and segment 2
contains the ones digit.
For a 3+1 format, only the segment 1 digit (tens) will be sent.
LOCATION 80 - RECENT CLOSING AND EXIT ERROR COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (2
segments, numerical data)
Location 80 contains the tens digit for a 4+2 and 3+1 format that will be sent if “Recent
Closing” and/or “Exit Error Reporting” is enabled. Segment 1 contains the tens digit for the
“Recent Closing Reporting”. Segment 2 contains the tens digit for the “Exit Error Reporting”.
The ones digit is the ones digit of the user number that did the opening. If the user is greater
than 9, the numbers will begin repeating (e.g. code 6 = 6, code 45 = 5).
If you need to report Recent Closings and Exit Errors with a unique code per user, Contact ID
or SIA format must be used.
LOCATION 81 - START PROGRAM AND END PROGRAM COMMUNICATOR CODES, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (4
segments, numerical data)
Location 81 contains the tens and ones digits for a 4+2 and 3+1 format that will be sent if
“Start / End Programming Reporting” is enabled. Segment 1 contains the tens digit of the
“Start Program Reporting”. Segment 2 contains the ones digit of the “Start Program Reporting”.
Segment 3 contains the tens digit of the “End Program Reporting”. Segment 4 contains the
ones digit of the “End Program Reporting”.
For a 3+1 format, only the segment 1 digit resp. segment 3 digit (tens) will be sent.
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LOCATION 82 - END DOWNLOAD COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (4 segments,
numerical data)
Location 82 contains the tens and ones digits for a 4+2 and 3+1 format that will be sent if “End
Downloading Reporting” is enabled. Segment 1 and 2 are reserved. Segment 3 contains the
tens digit of the “End Download Reporting”. Segment 4 contains the ones digit of the “End
Download Reporting”.
Note: A start download report will be sent to the internal event log.
For a 3+1 format, only the segment 1 digit (tens) will be sent.
LOCATION 83 - CANCEL COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY (1 segments, numerical data)
Location 83 contains the tens digit for a 4+2 and 3+1format that will be sent if “Cancel
Reporting” is enabled. Segment 1 contains the tens digit for the “Cancel Communicator
Reporting”. The ones digit is the ones digit of the user number that did the opening. If the user
is greater than 9, the numbers will begin repeating (e.g. code 6 = 6, code 45 = 5).
If you need to report Cancels with a unique code per user, Contact ID or SIA format must be
used.
LOCATIONS 84-87 - RESERVED
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Programming partition parameters
LOCATIONS 88-109 ARE FOR PROGRAMMING DIFFERENT ACCOUNT CODES AND/OR
FEATURES FOR EACH PARTITION. IF A LOCATION IS LEFT UNPROGRAMMED, THE FEATURE
FOR PARTITION 1 AND THE ACCOUNT CODE FOR THE PHONE NUMBER WILL BE USED
LOCATION 88 - ACCOUNT CODE FOR PARTITION 1 (6 segments, numerical data)
Location 88 contains the account code that is sent when partition 1 is reported. If location 88
is left unprogrammed (all “10”s), then the account code corresponding to the phone number
that is dialled will be used. If the account code is less than six digits, program a “10” in the
segment immediately after the last digit of the account code. If the account code is 6 digits
long, program all 6 segments.
LOCATION 89 - ACCOUNT CODE FOR PARTITION 2 (6 segments, numerical data)
Location 89 contains the account code that is sent when partition 2 is reported. If location 89
is left unprogrammed (all “10”s), then the account code corresponding to the phone number
that is dialled will be used. If the account code is less than six digits, program a “10” in the
segment immediately after the last digit of the account code. If the account code is 6 digits
long, program all 6 segments.
LOCATION 90 - PARTITION 2 FEATURE AND REPORTING SELECTIONS (5 segments, feature selection data)
Location 90 is used to enable certain features that the user can access or see from the
keypad of the system. In addition, certain communicator reports are enabled in this location.
Each of these features can be enabled by partition. This location contains 5 segments, with
eight possible features per segment. Refer to location 23 for the feature selections. If all the
segments are blank (nothing enabled), the features for partition 1 will be used.
LOCATION 91 - PARTITION 2 ENTRY EXIT TIMERS (6 segments, numerical data)
Location 91 is used to enter the entry and exit times, in seconds. There are 2 separate entry
and exit times. Valid entries are 10-255 seconds. If all the segments are “0”, the entry and exit
times for partition 1 will be used.
Segment 1
Entry time 1
Segment 2
Exit time 1
Segment 3
Entry time 2
Segment 4
Exit time 2
Segment 5
Segment 6
Reserved
Reserved
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Entry time that will be used when a delay 1 zone type
initiates an entry delay
Exit time that will be used for all zones designated as
delay 1
Entry time that will be used when a delay 2 zone type
initiates an entry delay
Exit time that will be used for all zones designated as
delay 2
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LOCATION 92 - ACCOUNT CODE FOR PARTITION 3 (6 segments, numerical data)
The account code that is sent when reporting partition 3 is programmed in location 92. If
location 92 is left unprogrammed (all “10”), then the account code corresponding to the phone
number that is dialled will be used. If the account code is less than six digits, program a “10” in
the segment immediately after the last digit of the account code. If the account code is 6
digits long, program all 6 segments.
LOCATION 93 - PARTITION 3 FEATURE AND REPORTING SELECTIONS (5 segments, feature selection data)
Location 93 is used to enable certain features that the user can access or see from the
keypad of the system. In addition, certain communicator reports are enabled in this location.
Each of these features can be enabled by partition. This location contains 5 segments, with
eight possible features per segment. Refer to location 23 for the feature selections. If all the
segments are blank (nothing enabled), the features for partition 1 will be used.
LOCATION 94 - PARTITION 3 ENTRY EXIT TIMERS (6 segments, numerical data)
Location 94 is used to enter the entry and exit times, in seconds. There are 2 separate entry
and exit times. Valid entries are 10-255 seconds. If all the segments are “0”, the entry and exit
times for partition 1 will be used.
Segment 1
Entry time 1
Segment 2
Exit time 1
Segment 3
Entry time 2
Segment 4
Exit time 2
Segment 5
Segment 6
Reserved
Reserved
Entry time that will be used when a delay 1 zone type
initiates an entry delay
Exit time that will be used for all zones designated as
delay 1
Entry time that will be used when a delay 2 zone type
initiates an entry delay
Exit time that will be used for all zones designated as
delay 2
LOCATION 95 - ACCOUNT CODE FOR PARTITION 4 (6 segments, numerical data)
The account code that is sent when reporting partition 4 is programmed in location 95. If
location 95 is left unprogrammed (all “10”) then the account code corresponding to the phone
number that is dialled will be used. If the account code is less than six digits, program a “10” in
the segment immediately after the last digit of the account code. If the account code is 6
digits long, program all 6 segments.
LOCATION 96 - PARTITION 4 FEATURE AND REPORTING SELECTIONS (5 segments, feature selection data)
Location 96 is used to enable certain features that the user can access or see from the
keypad of the system. In addition, certain communicator reports are enabled in this location.
Each of these features can be enabled by partition. This location contains 5 segments, with
eight possible features per segment. Refer to location 23 for the feature selections. If all the
segments are blank (nothing enabled), the features for partition 1 will be used.
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LOCATION 97 - PARTITION 4 ENTRY EXIT TIMERS (6 segments, numerical data)
Location 97 is used to enter the entry and exit times in seconds. There are 2 separate entry
and exit times. Valid entries are 10-255 seconds. If all the segments are “0”, the entry and exit
times for partition 1 will be used.
Segment 1
Entry time 1
Segment 2
Exit time 1
Segment 3
Entry time 2
Segment 4
Exit time 2
Segment 5
Segment 6
Reserved
Reserved
Entry time that will be used when a delay 1 zone type
initiates an entry delay
Exit time that will be used for all zones designated as
delay 1
Entry time that will be used when a delay 2 zone type
initiates an entry delay
Exit time that will be used for all zones designated as
delay 2
LOCATION 98 - ACCOUNT CODE FOR PARTITION 5 (6 segments, numerical data)
The account code that is sent when reporting partition 5 is programmed in location 98. If
location 98 is left unprogrammed (all “10”) then the account code corresponding to the phone
number that is dialled will be used. If the account code is less than six digits, program a “10” in
the segment immediately after the last digit of the account code. If the account code is 6
digits long, program all 6 segments.
LOCATION 99 - PARTITION 5 FEATURE AND REPORTING SELECTIONS (5 segments, numerical data)
Location 99 is used to enable certain features that the user can access or see from the
keypad of the system. In addition, certain communicator reports are enabled in this location.
Each of these features can be enabled by partition. This location contains 5 segments, with
eight possible features per segment. Refer to location 23 for the feature selections. If all the
segments are blank (nothing enabled), the features for partition 1 will be used.
LOCATION 100 - PARTITION 5 ENTRY EXIT TIMERS (6 segments, numerical data)
Location 100 is used to enter the entry and exit times in seconds. There are 2 separate entry
and exit times. Valid entries are 10-255 seconds. If all the segments are “0”, the entry and exit
times for partition 1 will be used.
Segment 1
Entry time 1
Segment 2
Exit time 1
Segment 3
Entry time 2
Segment 4
Exit time 2
Segment 5
Segment 6
Reserved
Reserved
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Entry time that will be used when a delay 1 zone type
initiates an entry delay
Exit time that will be used for all zones designated as
delay 1
Entry time that will be used when a delay 2 zone type
initiates an entry delay
Exit time that will be used for all zones designated as
delay 2
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LOCATION 101 - ACCOUNT CODE FOR PARTITION 6 (6 segments, numerical data)
The account code that is sent when reporting partition 6 is programmed in location 101. If
location 101 is left unprogrammed (all “10”) then the account code corresponding to the
phone number that is dialled will be used. If the account code is less than six digits, program a
“10” in the segment immediately after the last digit of the account code. If the account code is
6 digits long, program all 6 segments.
LOCATION 102 - PARTITION 6 FEATURE AND REPORTING SELECTIONS (5 segments, feature selection data)
Location 102 is used to enable certain features that the user can access or see from the
keypad of the system. In addition, certain communicator reports are enabled in this location.
Each of these features can be enabled by partition. This location contains 5 segments, with
eight possible features per segment. Refer to location 23 for the feature selections. If all the
segments are blank (nothing enabled), the features for partition 1 will be used.
LOCATION 103 - PARTITION 6 ENTRY EXIT TIMERS (6 segments, numerical data)
Location 103 is used to enter the entry and exit times in seconds. There are 2 separate entry
and exit times. Valid entries are 10-255 seconds. If all the segments are “0”, the entry and exit
times for partition 1 will be used.
Segment 1
Entry time 1
Segment 2
Exit time 1
Segment 3
Entry time 2
Segment 4
Exit time 2
Segment 5
Segment 6
Reserved
Reserved
Entry time that will be used when a delay 1 zone type
initiates an entry delay
Exit time that will be used for all zones designated as
delay 1
Entry time that will be used when a delay 2 zone type
initiates an entry delay
Exit time that will be used for all zones designated as
delay 2
LOCATION 104 - ACCOUNT CODE FOR PARTITION 7 (6 segments, numerical data)
The account code that is sent when reporting partition 7 is programmed in location 104. If
location 104 is left unprogrammed (all “10”) then the account code corresponding to the
phone number that is dialled will be used. If the account code is less than six digits, program a
“10” in the segment immediately after the last digit of the account code. If the account code is
6 digits long, program all 6 segments.
LOCATION 105 - PARTITION 7 FEATURE AND REPORTING SELECTIONS (5 segments, feature selection data)
Location 105 is used to enable certain features that the user can access or see from the
keypad of the system. In addition, certain communicator reports are enabled in this location.
Each of these features can be enabled by partition. This location contains 5 segments, with
eight possible features per segment. Refer to location 23 for the feature selections. If all the
segments are blank (nothing enabled), the features for partition 1 will be used.
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LOCATION 106 - PARTITION 7 ENTRY EXIT TIMERS (6 segments, numerical data)
Location 106 is used to enter the entry and exit times in seconds. There are 2 separate entry
and exit times. Valid entries are 10-255 seconds. If all the segments are “0”, the entry and exit
times for partition 1 will be used.
Segment 1
Entry time 1
Segment 2
Exit time 1
Segment 3
Entry time 2
Segment 4
Exit time 2
Segment 5
Segment 6
Reserved
Reserved
Entry time that will be used when a delay 1 zone type
initiates an entry delay
Exit time that will be used for all zones designated as
delay 1
Entry time that will be used when a delay 2 zone type
initiates an entry delay
Exit time that will be used for all zones designated as
delay 2
LOCATION 107 - ACCOUNT CODE FOR PARTITION 8 (6 segments, numerical data)
The account code that is sent when reporting partition 8 is programmed in location 107. If
location 107 is left unprogrammed (all “10”) then the account code corresponding to the
phone number that is dialled will be used. If the account code is less than six digits, program a
“10” in the segment immediately after the last digit of the account code. If the account code is
6 digits long, program all 6 segments.
LOCATION 108 - PARTITION 8 FEATURE AND REPORTING SELECTIONS (5 segments, feature selection data)
Location 108 is used to enable certain features that the user can access or see from the
keypad of the system. In addition, certain communicator reports are enabled in this location.
Each of these features can be enabled by partition. This location contains 5 segments, with
eight possible features per segment. Refer to location 23 for the feature selections. If all the
segments are blank (nothing enabled), the features for partition 1 will be used.
LOCATION 109 - PARTITION 8 ENTRY EXIT TIMERS (6 segments, numerical data)
Location 109 is used to enter the entry and exit times in seconds. There are 2 separate entry
and exit times. Valid entries are 10-255 seconds. If all the segments are “0”, the entry and exit
times for partition 1 will be used.
Segment 1
Entry time 1
Segment 2
Exit time 1
Segment 3
Entry time 2
Segment 4
Exit time 2
Segment 5
Segment 6
Reserved
Reserved
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Entry time that will be used when a delay 1 zone type
initiates an entry delay
Exit time that will be used for all zones designated as
delay 1
Entry time that will be used when a delay 2 zone type
initiates an entry delay
Exit time that will be used for all zones designated as
delay 2
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Programming zone configuration groups
LOCATIONS 110-169 ARE USED TO CHANGE THE ZONE CONFIGURATIONS AS LISTED IN THE
TABLE ON PAGES 44-46. THESE LOCATIONS ARE CONSIDERED AS ADVANCED
PROGRAMMING, AND THEY SHOULD ONLY BE CHANGED IF YOU HAVE A THOROUGH
UNDERSTANDING OF THE OPERATION OF EACH BIT.
LOCATION 110 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 1 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 110 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 111 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 1 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Segment 1
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
Fire (turn on if this is a fire zone)
24 hour (turn on for non-fire 24 hour zones)
Keyswitch zone (normally open switch)
Follower (turn on for burglary zones that are Instant during non-entry
times)
Delay 1 zone (follows timer 1 Entry and Exit times)
Delay 2 zone (follows timer 2 Entry and Exit times)
Interior (turn on if this zone should Automatically Bypass or Bypass
for Stay Arming)
Local only (turn on if this zone should not be reported)
Remark: for a maintained keyswitch (ON/OFF), program both
“keyswitch” and “local”
Segment 2
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
On: if configuration group will beep the keypad for alarm
On: if configuration group will sound the yelping siren for alarm
On: if configuration group will sound the steady siren for alarm
On: if configuration group will chime
On: if configuration group can be bypassed
On: if configuration group is included in the group shunt
On: if configuration group is force armable
On: if configuration group is entry guard
Segment 3
1=
2=
On: enables Fast Loop Response. (50mS) - Off= 500mS
On: enables Double End Of Line Tamper zone. (Mainly used for
tamper on wireless zones)
On: enables Trouble Reporting zone. (Day zone and Fire zones)
On: if configuration group is a Cross Zone
On: enables Dialler Delay zone. (See location 40)
On: if configuration group will use swinger shutdown. (See location
38)
On: enables Restore reporting
On: enables Listen-In. (See location 40)
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
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Segment 4
1=
2=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
On: enables zone activity monitor
On: enables end of line resistor defeat on non-fire/non-keyswitch
zones
On : enables zone to act as request to exit input / diables for alarm
activation
On : enables zone to act as access control zone (Door Shunt)
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
1-8
Reserved
3=
Segment 5
LOCATION 112 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 2 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 112 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 113 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 2 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 114 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 3 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 114 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 115 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 3 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 116 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 4 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 116 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
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LOCATION 117 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 4 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 118 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 5 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 118 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 119 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 5 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 120 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 6 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 120 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 121 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 6 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 122 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 7 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 122 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on page 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 123 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 7 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
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LOCATION 124 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 8 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 124 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 125 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 8 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 126 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 9 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 126 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 127 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 9 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 128 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 10 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 128 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 129 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 10 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 130 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 11 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 130 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
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LOCATION 131 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 11 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 132 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 12 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 132 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 133 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 12 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 134 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 13 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 134 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 135 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 13 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 136 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 14 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 136 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 137 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 14 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
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LOCATION 138 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 15 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 138 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 139 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 15 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 140 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 16 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 140 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 141 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 16 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 142 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 17 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 142 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 143 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 17 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 144 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 18 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 144 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
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LOCATION 145 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 18 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 146 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 19 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 146 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 147 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 19 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 148 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 20 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 148 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 149 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 20 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 150 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 21 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 150 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 151 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 21 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
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LOCATION 152 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 22 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 152 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 153 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 22 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 154 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 23 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 154 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 155 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 23 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 156 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 24 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 156 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 157 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 24 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 158 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 25 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 158 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
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LOCATION 159 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 25 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 160 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 26 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 160 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 161 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 26 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 162 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 27 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 162 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 163 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 27 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 164 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 28 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 164 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 165 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 28 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
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LOCATION 166 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 29 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 166 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 167 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 29 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
LOCATION 168 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 30 ALARM EVENT CODE (1 segment, numerical data)
Location 168 contains the event code that is sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired
event code should be chosen from the list on pages 121-122. The zone ID will be the zone that
is in alarm.
This location is not used for slow speed formats (like 4+2 and 3+1). This location may also
contain the alarm report code for the Robofon format (value 00-99).
LOCATION 169 - CONFIGURATION GROUP 30 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT (5 segments, feature selection data)
Use the “Configuration Group Characteristic Selections” described in Location 111.
) LOCATION 170 - ZONES 49-56 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 170 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 1-8. Segment 1 is for zone
49, and segment 8 is for zone 56. You will find the default configurations in the table above.
LOCATION 171 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 49-56 segments, feature selection data)
Location 171 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 49-56 reside. A zone may reside
in any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1 partition, that
zone will only be active when all the partitions in which it is resident in are armed. A zone that
resides in more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition number. Location 26 has
8 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 49, and segment 8 corresponds to zone 56.
Segment 1-8
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) LOCATION 172 - ZONES 57-64 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 172 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 57-64. Segment 1 is for
zone 57, and segment 8 is for zone 64. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 173 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 57-64 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 173 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 57-64 reside. A zone may reside
in any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1 partition, that
zone will only be active when all the partitions in which it is resident in are armed. A zone that
resides in more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition number. Location 26 has
8 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 57, and segment 8 corresponds to zone 64.
Segment 1-8
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Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
) LOCATION 174 - ZONES 65-72 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 174 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 65-72. Segment 1 is for
zone 65, and segment 8 is for zone 72. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 175 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 65-72 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 175 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 65-72 reside. A zone may reside
in any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1 partition, that
zone will only be active when all the partitions in which it is resident in are armed. A zone that
resides in more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition number. Location 26 has
8 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 65, and segment 8 corresponds to zone 72.
Segment 1-8
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Partition 4
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) LOCATION 176 - ZONES 73-80 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 176 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 73-80. Segment 1 is for
zone 73, and segment 8 is for zone 80. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 177 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 73-80 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 177 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 73-80 reside. A zone may reside
in any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1 partition, that
zone will only be active when all the partitions in which it is resident in are armed. A zone that
resides in more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition number. Location 26 has
8 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 73, and segment 8 corresponds to zone 80.
Segment 1-8
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Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
) LOCATION 178 - ZONES 81-88 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 178 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 81-88. Segment 1 is for
zone 81, and segment 8 is for zone 88. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 179 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 81-88 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 179 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 81-88 reside. A zone may reside
in any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1 partition, that
zone will only be active when all the partitions in which it is resident in are armed. A zone that
resides in more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition number. Location 26 has
8 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 81, and segment 8 corresponds to zone 88.
Segment 1-8
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Partition 3
Partition 4
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Partition 6
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) LOCATION 180 - ZONES 89-96 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 180 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 89-96. Segment 1 is for
zone 89, and segment 8 is for zone 96. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 181 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 89-96 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 181 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 89-96 reside. A zone may reside
in any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1 partition, that
zone will only be active when all the partitions in which it is resident in are armed. A zone that
resides in more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition number. Location 26 has
8 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 89, and segment 8 corresponds to zone 96.
Segment 1-8
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Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
) LOCATION 182 - ZONES 97-104 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 182 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 97-104. Segment 1 is for
zone 97, and segment 8 is for zone 104. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 183 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 97-104 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 183 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 97-104 reside. A zone may reside
in any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1 partition, that
zone will only be active when all the partitions in which it is resident in are armed. A zone that
resides in more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition number. Location 26 has
8 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 97, and segment 8 corresponds to zone 104.
Segment 1-8
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Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
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Partition 6
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) LOCATION 184 - ZONES 105-112 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 184 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 105-112. Segment 1 is for
zone 105, and segment 8 is for zone 112. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 185 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 105-112 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 185 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 105-112 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1
partition, that zone will only be active when all the partitions in which it is resident in are
armed. A zone that resides in more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition
number. Location 26 has 8 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 105, and segment 8
corresponds to zone 112.
Segment 1-8
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Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
) LOCATION 186 - ZONES 113-120 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 186 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 113-120. Segment 1 is for
zone 113, and segment 8 is for zone 120. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 187 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 113-120 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 187 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 113-120 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1
partition, that zone will only be active when all the partitions in which it is resident in are
armed. A zone that resides in more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition
number. Location 26 has 8 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 113, and segment 8
corresponds to zone 120.
Segment 1-8
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Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
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) LOCATION 188 - ZONES 121-128 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 188 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 121-128. Segment 1 is for
zone 121, and segment 8 is for zone 128. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 189 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 121-128 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 189 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 121-128 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1
partition, that zone will only be active when all the partitions in which it is resident in are
armed. A zone that resides in more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition
number. Location 26 has 8 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 121, and segment 8
corresponds to zone 128.
Segment 1-8
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Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
) LOCATION 190 - ZONES 129-136 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 190 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 129-136. Segment 1 is for
zone 129, and segment 8 is for zone 136. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 191 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 129-136 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 191 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 129-136 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1
partition, that zone will only be active when all the partitions in which it is resident in are
armed. A zone that resides in more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition
number. Location 26 has 8 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 129, and segment 8
corresponds to zone 136.
Segment 1-8
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Partition 2
Partition 3
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) LOCATION 192 - ZONES 137-144 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 192 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 137-144. Segment 1 is for
zone 137, and segment 8 is for zone 144. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 193 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 137-144 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 193 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 137-144 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1
partition, that zone will only be active when all the partitions in which it is resident in are
armed. A zone that resides in more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition
number. Location 26 has 8 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 137, and segment 8
corresponds to zone 144.
Segment 1-8
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Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
) LOCATION 194 - ZONES 145-152 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 194 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 145-152. Segment 1 is for
zone 145, and segment 8 is for zone 152. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 195 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 145-152 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 195 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 145-152 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1
partition, that zone will only be active when all the partitions in which it is resident in are
armed. A zone that resides in more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition
number. Location 26 has 8 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 145, and segment 8
corresponds to zone 152.
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) LOCATION 196 - ZONES 153-160 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 196 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 153-160. Segment 1 is for
zone 153, and segment 8 is for zone 160. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 197 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 153-160 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 197 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 153-160 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1
partition, that zone will only be active when all the partitions in which it is resident in are
armed. A zone that resides in more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition
number. Location 26 has 8 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 153, and segment 8
corresponds to zone 160.
Segment 1-8
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Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
) LOCATION 198 - ZONES 161-168 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 198 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 161-168. Segment 1 is for
zone 161, and segment 8 is for zone 168. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 199 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 161-168 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 199 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 161-168 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1
partition, that zone will only be active when all the partitions in which it is resident in are
armed. A zone that resides in more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition
number. Location 26 has 8 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 161, and segment 8
corresponds to zone 168.
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Partition 3
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) LOCATION 200 - ZONES 169-176 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 200 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 169-172. Segment 1 is for
zone 169, and segment 8 is for zone 176. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 201 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 169-176 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 201 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 169-176 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1
partition, that zone will only be active when all the partitions in which it is resident in are
armed. A zone that resides in more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition
number. Location 26 has 8 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 169, and segment 8
corresponds to zone 176.
Segment 1-8
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Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
) LOCATION 202 - ZONES 177-184 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 202 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 177-184. Segment 1 is for
zone 177, and segment 8 is for zone 184. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 203 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 177-184 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 203 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 177-184 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1
partition, that zone will only be active when all the partitions in which it is resident in are
armed. A zone that resides in more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition
number. Location 26 has 8 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 177, and segment 8
corresponds to zone 184.
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) LOCATION 204 - ZONES 185-192 CONFIGURATION GROUP (8 segments, numerical data)
Location 204 contains the configuration group (zone type) for zones 185-192. Segment 1 is for
zone 185, and segment 8 is for zone 192. You will find the default configurations in the table
above.
LOCATION 205 - PARTITION SELECT, ZONES 185-192 (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 205 is used to select the partition(s) in which zones 185-192 reside. A zone may
reside in any combination of the 8 partitions. If a burglary zone resides in more than 1
partition, that zone will only be active when all the partitions in which it is resident in are
armed. A zone that resides in more than 1 partition will be reported to its lowest partition
number. Location 26 has 8 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to zone 185, and segment 8
corresponds to zone 192.
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Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
LOCATION 206 – AUTO DISARM DAY SELECTOR (8 segments, feature selection data)
Location 206 selects which days each partition will auto disarm. Segment 1 is for partition 1
and segment 8 is for partition 8.
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Auto disarming on Sunday
Auto disarming on Monday
Auto disarming on Tuesday
Auto disarming on Wednesday
Auto disarming on Thursday
Auto disarming on Friday
Auto disarming on Saturday
Reserved
LOCATION 207 – SERIAL PORT SELECTOR (1 segment, feature selection data)
Location 207 enables the serial port operations. There is on segment.
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NX-584 enabled
Serial printer enabled
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LOCATION 208 – BAUD RATE TABLE (1 segment, feature selection data)
The serial port can operate on a number of different baud rates. Consult the home automation
information to determine the best baud rate for your application and program it in location
208. The default is “2” – 9600 baud or the serial printer baud rate.
Segment 1
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2400 Baud (2.4K)
4800 Baud (4.8K)
9600 Baud (9.6K)
19200 Baud (19.2K)
38400 Baud (38.4K)
Reserved
LOCATION 209 – PROGRAMMING THE NX-8E HOME AUTOMATION PROTOCOL (1 segment, numerical data)
The NX-8E home automation protocol can operate in one of two possible modes – binary or
ASCII. Consult the home automation application information to determine the proper mode for
your application and program it in location 209. The default is “Off” – binary.
Segment 1
1=
2-8
Off: binary. On: ASCII.
Reserved
LOCATION 210 – PROGRAMMING THE NX-8E HOME AUTOMATION PROTOCOL (1 segment, numerical data)
The NX-8E can be programmed to automatically send information to the home automation
system whenever there has been a change in this information. This is referred to as
“transition-based broadcasting”. Which information packets use “transition-based
broadcasting” is dependent upon the application and the capabilities of the home automation
system. Location 210 is used to enable and disable the appropriate transition-based
broadcasts. Consult the home automation application information and enable the appropriate
transition based broadcasts in location 210.
Segment 1
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Reserved
Interface configuration at power-up / end download / program
mode
Reserved
Reserved
Zone status message
Zones snapshot message
Partition status message
Partitions snapshot message
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System status message
X-10 message received
Log event message
Keypad message received
Reserved
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LOCATION 211 – PROGRAMMING THE COMMAND / REQUEST ENABLES (4 segments, feature selection data)
The NX-8E has the ability to perform a variety of commands asked of it by the home
automation system. For example, it is possible to allow arming and disarming of the security
system, programming of the security system, or bypassing of zones by the home automation
system. Location 211 is used to select which commands, if any, you wish the home
automation system to have access. Consult the home automation information and enable the
appropriate commands for your application.
CAUTION: It is important to understand the capabilities of the home automation system to
avoid compromising the security of your system when programming this location.
Segment 1
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
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Reserved
Interface configuration request
Reserved
Zone name request
Zone status request
Zones snapshot request
Partition status request
Partitions snapshot request
Segment 2
1=
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System status request
Send X-10 message
Log event request
Send keypad text message
Keypad terminal mode request
Reserved
Segment 3
1=
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7=
8=
Program data request
Program data command
User information request with PIN
User information request without PIN
Set user code command with PIN
Set user code command without PIN
Set user authorisation command with PIN
Set user authorisation command without PIN
Segment 4
1-2
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
Reserved
Store communication event command
Set clock / calendar command
Primary keypad function with PIN
Primary keypad function without PIN
Secondary keypad function
Zone bypass toggle
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LOCATION 212 – PROGRAMMING THE LCD KEYPAD ADDRESS (1 segment, numerical data)
Certain commands in the NX-8E require it to know the location of at least 1 LCD keypad (if one
exist in the system). If your system has a LCD keypad it is recommended that it will be placed
in location 1 keypad 1. This will allow location 212 to be left at the factory default. If the LCD
keypad is selected as something other than partition 1 / keypad1, program the appropriate
address in location 212. Select the address from the location chart.
Keypad
1
2
3
4
5
6
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248
Part 2
193
201
209
217
225
233
241
249
Page 94
Part 3
194
202
210
218
226
234
242
250
Part 4
195
203
211
219
227
235
243
251
Part 5
196
204
212
220
228
236
244
252
Part 6
197
205
213
221
229
237
245
253
Part 7
198
206
214
222
230
238
246
254
Part 8
199
207
215
223
231
239
247
255
Date 02/10/05
NX-8E PROGRAMMING WORKSHEETS
(Factory defaults for the NX-8E-ZA-TK are in bold italic text)
LOC
PG
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
0
32
PHONE 1
1
32
PHONE 1, ACCOUNT CODE
2
32
PHONE 1, REPORTING FORMAT
0
3
32
PHONE 1, DIAL ATTEMPTS
BACKUP CONTROL
8
2
4
34
14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-1414-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14
10 – 10 – 10 – 10 – 10 – 10
PHONE 1, SELECTING EVENTS TO REPORT TO PHONE 1
Segment 1 (Circle Numbers To Program)
5
PROGRAMMING DATA
Segment 2 (Circle Numbers To Program)
1
Alarms
1
Tampers (zones and box)
2
Open/Close
2
Short Circuit
3
Bypass
3
Sensor Lost
4
Zone Trouble
4
Sensor Low Battery
5
Power Trouble (AC Failure or Low Batt.)
5
Expander Trouble (incl. keypad)
6
Siren & Telephone Fault
6
Failure To Communicate
7
Test Reports
7
Alarm Restore
8
Program, Download, & Log Full
8
Tamper Restore
35
PHONE 1, SELECTING WHICH PARTITIONS REPORT TO PHONE 1
Segment 1 (Circle Numbers To Program)
1
Partition 1
2
Partition 2
3
Partition 3
4
Partition 4
5
Partition 5
6
Partition 6
7
Partition 7
8
Partition 8
6
35
PHONE 2
14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-1414-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14
7
35
PHONE 2, ACCOUNT CODE
8
35
PHONE 2, REPORTING FORMAT
0
9
36
PHONE 2, DIAL ATTEMPTS
BACKUP CONTROL
8
0
10
36
10 – 10 – 10 – 10 – 10 – 10
PHONE 2, SELECTING EVENTS TO REPORT TO PHONE 2
Segment 1 (Circle Numbers To Program)
Segment 2 (Circle Numbers To Program)
1
Alarms
2
Open/Close
2
Short Circuit
3
Bypass
3
Sensor Lost
4
Zone Trouble
4
Sensor Low Battery
5
Power Trouble (AC Failure or Low Batt.)
5
Expander Trouble (incl. keypad)
6
Siren & Telephone Fault
6
Failure To Communicate
7
Test Reports
7
Alarm Restore
8
Program, Download, & Log Full
8
Tamper Restore
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Date 02/10/05
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37
PHONE 2, SELECTING WHICH PARTITIONS REPORT TO PHONE 2
Segment 1 (Circle Numbers To Program)
1
Partition 1
2
Partition 2
3
Partition 3
4
Partition 4
5
Partition 5
6
Partition 6
7
Partition 7
8
Partition 8
12
37
PHONE 3
14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-1414-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14
13
37
PHONE 3, ACCOUNT CODE
14
38
PHONE 3, REPORTING FORMAT
0
15
38
PHONE 3, DIAL ATTEMPTS
BACKUP CONTROL
8
0
16
39
10 – 10 – 10 – 10 – 10 – 10
PHONE 3, SELECTING EVENTS TO REPORT TO PHONE 3
Segment 1 (Circle Numbers To Program)
17
Segment 2 (Circle Numbers To Program)
1
Alarms
2
Open/Close
2
Short Circuit
3
Bypass
3
Sensor Lost
4
Zone Trouble
4
Sensor Low Battery
5
Power Trouble (AC Failure or Low Batt.)
5
Expander Trouble (incl. keypad)
6
Siren & Telephone Fault
6
Failure To Communicate
7
Test Reports
7
Alarm Restore
8
Program, Download, & Log Full
8
Tamper Restore
39
1
Tampers (zones and box)
PHONE 3, SELECTING WHICH PARTITIONS REPORT TO PHONE 3
Segment 1 (Circle Numbers To Program)
18
1
Partition 1
2
Partition 2
3
Partition 3
4
Partition 4
5
Partition 5
6
Partition 6
7
Partition 7
8
Partition 8
40
FORMAT OVERRIDE
Segment 1 (Circle Numbers To Program)
Segment 2 (Circle Numbers To Program)
1
On = 1800hz transmit; Off = 1900hz
1
On = pager format (no handshake required)
2
On = 2300hz handshake; Off = 1400hz
2
On = 1400/2300 handshake
3
On =chksum parity; Off = double round par.
3
Reserved
4
On = 2 digit event code; Off = 1 digit code
4
Reserved
5
On = extended reporting; Off =non-extended
5
On = Contact ID
6
Reserved
6
On = SIA
7
On = 20 PPS; Off = 10 or 40 PPS
7
On = 3 digit event code
8
On = 10 PPS; Off = 20 or 40 PPS
8
On = DTMF
Segment 3 RESERVED
Segment 4 INTER-DIGIT TIME
19
41
DOWNLOAD ACCESS CODE
20
41
RINGS TO ANSWER DOWNLOAD
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8-4-8-0-0-0-0-0
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41
DOWNLOAD CONTROL
Segment 1 (Circle Numbers To Program)
1
Enables two-call answering machine defeat
2
Reserved
3
Requires callback before downloading
4
Shutdown control panel
5
Lock out local programming
6
Lock out communicator programming
7
Lock out download section
8
Enables callback at autotest interval
22
41
CALLBACK PHONE NUMBER
23
42
PARTITION 1, FEATURE SELECTION
14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-1414-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14
Segment 1
1
Segment 2
Segment 3
Quick Arm
1
LED extinguish enable
1
2
Re-Exit
2
Require user code for bypassing zones
2
Bypass
3
Auto Bypass (interior)
3
Bypass sounder alert
3
Restore
4
Silent Panic
4
AC power/ low battery sounder alert
4
Trouble
5
Audible Panic
5
Enables bypass toggle
5
Tamper
6
Auxiliary 1
6
Enables silent auto arm
6
Cancel
7
Auxiliary 2
7
Enables automatic instant (entry/exit)
7
Recent Closing
8
Multi Keypress Tamper
8
Final set door
8
Exit Error
Segment 4
24
43
Open/Close
Segment 5
1
Late to close/early to open
1
2
Auto arm in stay mode
2
Reserved
Reserved
3
Enables instant night
3
Reserved
4
Tamper when sensor lost if armed
4
Reserved
5
Enables instant stay toggle
5
Reserved
6
Reserved
6
Reserved
7
Reserved
7
Reserved
8
Reserved
8
Reserved
ENTRY/EXIT TIMERS
Segment 1 (Entry Time 1)
20
Segment 2 (Exit Time 1)
45
Segment 3 (Entry Time 2)
20
Segment 4 (Exit Time 2)
45
Reserved
0
Reserved
0
25
47
ZONES 1-8, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
26
47
ZONES 1-8, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 1 thru Segment 8=Zone 8)
3-5-6-6-6-6-6-6
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
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Date 02/10/05
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47
ZONES 9-16, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
28
47
ZONES 9-16, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 9 thru Segment 8=Zone 16)
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
29
48
ZONES 17-24, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
30
48
ZONES 17-24, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 17 thru Segment 8=Zone 24)
8
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
31
48
ZONES 25-32, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
32
48
ZONES 25-32, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 25 thru Segment 8=Zone 32)
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
33
49
ZONES 33-40, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
34
49
ZONES 33-40, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 33 thru Segment 8=Zone 40)
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
35
49
ZONES 41-48, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
36
49
ZONES 41-48, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 41 thru Segment 8=Zone 48)
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
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50
SIREN AND SYSTEM SUPERVISION
Segment 1 (Circle Numbers To Program)
1
Siren sounds for telephone line cut while armed
2
Siren sounds for telephone line cut while disarmed
3
Siren blast at arming (pulse)
4
Siren blast at exit delay expiration (pulse)
5
Siren blast at closing kissoff (pulse)
6
Siren sounds during a cross zone verification time
7
Siren sounds for a tamper
8
Siren blast once for keyswitch arming, twice for disarming
1
Convert siren driver to voltage out
2
Siren sounds for expander trouble
3
Zones to always restore
Segment 2 (Circle Numbers To Program)
4
Dynamic battery test performed upon arming
5
Battery missing test performed every 12 seconds
6
Manual bell test performed during [*]-[4]-[4] test function
7
Manual communicator test performed during [*]-[4]-[4] test function
8
Box tamper enabled
1
Box Tamper report enabled
2
AC Fail report enabled
Segment 3 (Circle Numbers To Program)
3
Low Battery report enabled
4
Auxiliary power overcurrent report enabled
5
Siren supervision report enabled
6
Restore Telephone Line Cut report enabled
7
Reserved
8
Expander trouble report enabled
1
Failure To Communicate report enabled
Segment 4 (Circle Numbers To Program)
2
Log Full report enabled
3
Autotest report enabled
4
Start and End Programming report enabled
5
End Download report enabled
6
Sensor Low Battery report enabled
7
Sensor Missing report enabled
8
Autotest report enabled ONLY when system is armed
1
Lost Clock service LED enable
Segment 5 (Circle Numbers To Program)
2
Wireless and hardwired zones used together for zones 1-8 only
3
Disable eight on-board zones
4
Enable two trips on the same cross-zone to activate the alarm
5
Disable bypass reports for force armed zones
6
Silent exit
7
Activate “first disarm reporting” - “last arm reporting” for partitions
8
Automatic switch summer/wintertime and vice versa
1
Enable 2 wire smoke sensors on zone 8
Segment 6 (Circle Numbers To Program)
2
Reserved
3
Enable zone activity in hours (not in days)
4-5
6
Reserved
Disable Clean Me report
7-8
Reserved
1-8
Reserved
Segment 7 (Circle Numbers To Program)
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51
SWINGER COUNTDOWN COUNT
39
51
KEYPAD SOUNDER CONTROL
0
Segment 1 (Circle Numbers To Program)
40
41
52
52
1
Keypad sounds for Telephone Line Cut when in the Armed state
2
Keypad sounds for Telephone Line Cut when in the Disarmed state
3
Keypad sounds upon AC Power Failure
4
Keypad sounds upon Low Battery Detection
5
Keypad sounds during Cross Zone Trip Time
6
Keypad sounds for Tamper Alarm
7
Reserved
8
Keypad sounds for Expander Trouble
SYSTEM TIMERS
Segment 1
Dynamic Battery Test duration (0-255 minutes)
0
Segment 2
AC Failure report delay (0-255 minutes)
20
Segment 3
Power Up Delay (0-60 seconds)
10
Segment 4
Siren Time (1-255 minutes)
3
Segment 5
Telephone Line Cut delay (0-255 seconds)
0
Segment 6
Cross Zone Time (0-255 minutes)
1
Segment 7
Chime Time in 50 mS increments (0-255)
3
Segment 8
Dialer delay (0-255 seconds)
0
Segment 9
Fire Alarm Verification Time (120-255 seconds)
0
Segment 10
Listen-In Time (0-255 seconds)
0
Segment 11
Zone monitor timer hours/days (0-255)
0
Segment 12
Reserved
0
Segment 13
Reserved
0
Segment 14
Reserved
0
USER CODE REQUIREMENTS
Segment 1 (Circle Numbers To Program)
1
Enables six digit code option. All arm/disarm/Go to program codes require six digits
2
Requires valid user code entry so that [*]-[9]-[8] and [*]-[9]-[9] functions can work
3
Reserved
4
Reserved
5
On: keypad shutdown mode
6
On: user authorization to enter program mode
7
Reserved
8
Reserved
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GO TO PROGRAM CODE
43
53
GO TO PROGRAM CODE PARTITION AND AUTHORIZATION
9-7-1-3-0-0
Segment 1 (Circle Numbers To Program)
1
Reserved
2
Enables “Go To Program Code” as an arm only code
3
Enables “Go To Program Code” as an arm only code after closing
4
Enables “Go To Program Code” as a master arm/disarm code (can change user codes)
5
Enables “Go To Program Code” as an arm/disarm code
6
Enables “Go To Program Code” to bypass zones
7
Enables “Go To Program Code” opening and closing reports
8
Reserved
1
Enables “Go To Program Code” for partition #1.
Segment 2 (Circle Numbers To Program)
2
Enables “Go To Program Code” for partition #2.
3
Enables “Go To Program Code” for partition #3.
4
Enables “Go To Program Code” for partition #4.
5
Enables “Go To Program Code” for partition #5.
6
Enables “Go To Program Code” for partition #6.
7
Enables “Go To Program Code” for partition #7.
8
Enables “Go To Program Code” for partition #8.
44
53
DURESS CODE
45
54
AUXILIARY OUTPUTS 1-4 PARTITION SELECTION
46
47
48
49
50
54
54
55
55
55
15-15-15-15-15-15
Segments
1
2
3
Partition 1
1
1
1
4
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
AUXILIARY OUTPUTS 1-4 SPECIAL TIMING
Segments
1
2
3
4
Auxiliary output timed in minutes
1
1
1
1
Auxiliary output to latch
2
2
2
2
Auxiliary output to stop timing when user code is entered
3
3
3
3
Auxiliary output to activate only between closing and opening time
4
4
4
4
Auxiliary output to activate only between opening and closing time
5
5
5
5
Invert auxiliary output (0 volts going to 12 volts when activated)
6
6
6
6
Reserved
7
7
7
7
Reserved
8
8
8
8
AUXILIARY OUTPUT 1, EVENT & TIME (relays 1 and open collector 1)
Segment 1
Program the event number for output 1
Segment 2
Program the timing for output 1
2=24 Hour Alarm
5 = 5 sec.
AUXILIARY OUTPUT 2, EVENT & TIME (relays 2 and open collector 2)
Segment 1
Program the event number for output 2
Segment 2
Program the timing for output 1
0=Burglary Alarm
5 = 5 sec.
AUXILIARY OUTPUT 3, EVENT & TIME (open collector 3)
Segment 1
Program the event number for output 3
Segment 2
Program the timing for output 3
21=armed
0 sec.=follow event
AUXILIARY OUTPUT 4, EVENT & TIME (open collector 4)
Segment 1
Program the event number for output 4
Segment 2
Program the timing for output 4
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0=follow event
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52
53
54
55
57
57
57
58
58
AUTOTEST CONTROL
Segment 1
Program a “1” if the interval is hours, or a “0” for days.
Add a “2” to suppress the daily test or a “3” to suppress
the hourly test
1
Segment 2
Program the autotest interval from 1-255 days or hours
24 (hours)
Segment 3
Program the autotest report in 24 hour time format
2
Segment 4
Program the autotest report time, minutes after the
hour
0
OPENING TIME
Segment 1
Program the hour of the opening time
8
Segment 2
Program the minutes after the hour of the opening time
0
CLOSING TIME / AUTO ARMING TIME
Segment 1
Program the hour of the closing time / auto arming time
20
Segment 2
Program the minutes after hour of closing / auto arming time
0
DAYS OF THE WEEK WHEN “ARM ONLY AFTER CLOSE” WILL ARM/DISARM IN PARTITIONS 1-8
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Sunday
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Monday
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Tuesday
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Wednesday
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Thursday
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Friday
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Saturday
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Reserved
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
DAYS OF THE WEEK WHEN “AUTO ARMING” WILL OCCUR IN PARTITIONS 1-8
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Sunday
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Monday
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Tuesday
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Wednesday
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Thursday
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Friday
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Saturday
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Disable retry
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
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58
59
60
61
59
59
60
60
60
61
RESTORE COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY
Segment 1
Partition 1 restore code
0
Segment 2
Partition 2 restore code
0
Segment 3
Partition 3 restore code
0
Segment 4
Partition 4 restore code
0
Segment 5
Partition 5 restore code
0
Segment 6
Partition 6 restore code
0
Segment 7
Partition 7 restore code
0
Segment 8
Partition 8 restore code
0
BYPASS COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY
Segment 1
Partition 1 bypass code
0
Segment 2
Partition 2 bypass code
0
Segment 3
Partition 3 bypass code
0
Segment 4
Partition 4 bypass code
0
Segment 5
Partition 5 bypass code
0
Segment 6
Partition 6 bypass code
0
Segment 7
Partition 7 bypass code
0
Segment 8
Partition 8 bypass code
0
TAMPER COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY
Segment 1
Partition 1 tamper code
0
Segment 2
Partition 2 tamper code
0
Segment 3
Partition 3 tamper code
0
Segment 4
Partition 4 tamper code
0
Segment 5
Partition 5 tamper code
0
Segment 6
Partition 6 tamper code
0
Segment 7
Partition 7 tamper code
0
Segment 8
Partition 8 tamper code
0
TROUBLE COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY
Segment 1
Partition 1 trouble code
0
Segment 2
Partition 2 trouble code
0
Segment 3
Partition 3 trouble code
0
Segment 4
Partition 4 trouble code
0
Segment 5
Partition 5 trouble code
0
Segment 6
Partition 6 trouble code
0
Segment 7
Partition 7 trouble code
0
Segment 8
Partition 8 trouble code
0
SENSOR LOW BATTERY COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY
Segment 1
Partition 1 sensor low battery code
0
Segment 2
Partition 2 sensor low battery code
0
Segment 3
Partition 3 sensor low battery code
0
Segment 4
Partition 4 sensor low battery code
0
Segment 5
Partition 5 sensor low battery code
0
Segment 6
Partition 6 sensor low battery code
0
Segment 7
Partition 7 sensor low battery code
0
Segment 8
Partition 8 sensor low battery code
0
SENSOR MISSING COMMUNICATOR CODE, SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY
Segment 1
Partition 1 sensor missing code
0
Segment 2
Partition 2 sensor missing code
0
Segment 3
Partition 3 sensor missing code
0
Segment 4
Partition 4 sensor missing code
0
Segment 5
Partition 5 sensor missing code
0
Segment 6
Partition 6 sensor missing code
0
Segment 7
Partition 7 sensor missing code
0
Segment 8
Partition 8 sensor missing code
0
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COMMUNICATOR CODES FOR SLOW SPEED FORMATS ONLY
62
61
DURESS
0-0
63
61
AUXILIARY 1 (fire)
0-0
64
62
AUXILIARY 2 (medical alarm)
0-0
65
62
KEYPAD PANIC
0-0
66
62
KEYPAD MULTIPLE CODE ENTRY TAMPER
67
62
BOX TAMPER / BOX TAMPER RESTORE
0-0-0-0
68
62
AC FAIL / AC RESTORE
0-0-0-0
69
63
LOW BATTERY / LOW BATTERY RESTORE
0-0-0-0
70
63
POWER SHORT / POWER SHORT RESTORE
0-0-0-0
71
63
BELL TAMPER / BELL TAMPER RESTORE
0-0-0-0
72
63
TELEPHONE LINE CUT RESTORE
0-0-0-0
73
63
B-ALARM (only for Norway/Sweden) fixed at 30 minutes
74
64
EXPANDER TROUBLE / EXPANDER TROUBLE RESTORE
75
64
FAILURE TO COMMUNICATE
0-0
76
64
LOG FULL COMMUNICATOR CODE
0-0
77
64
OPENING CODE COMMUNICATOR CODE
78
65
0-0
0-0
0-0-0-0
Segment 1
Opening Code for partition 1
0
Segment 2
Opening Code for partition 2
0
Segment 3
Opening Code for partition 3
0
Segment 4
Opening Code for partition 4
0
Segment 5
Opening Code for partition 5
0
Segment 6
Opening Code for partition 6
0
Segment 7
Opening Code for partition 7
0
Segment 8
Opening Code for partition 8
0
CLOSING COMMUNICATOR CODE
Segment 1
Closing Code for partition 1
0
Segment 2
Closing Code for partition 2
0
Segment 3
Closing Code for partition 3
0
Segment 4
Closing Code for partition 4
0
Segment 5
Closing Code for partition 5
0
Segment 6
Closing Code for partition 6
0
Segment 7
Closing Code for partition 7
0
Segment 8
Closing Code for partition 8
0
79
65
AUTOTEST COMMUNICATOR CODE
80
65
RECENT CLOSING AND EXIT ERROR
81
65
START PROGRAMMING / END PROGRAMMING
0-0-0-0
82
66
RESERVED / END DOWNLOAD
0-0-0-0
83
66
CANCEL COMMUNICATOR CODE
84-87
66
RESERVED
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0-0
0-0
0
0-0-0-0-0-0-00
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67
PARTITION 1, ACCOUNT CODE
10-10-10-10-10-10
89
67
PARTITION 2, ACCOUNT CODE
10-10-10-10-10-10
90
67
PARTITION 2, FEATURE SELECTION
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
1
Quick Arm
1
LED extinguish enable
1
Open/Close
2
Re-Exit
2
Require user code for bypassing zones
2
Bypass
3
Auto Bypass (interior)
3
Bypass sounder alert
3
Restore
4
Silent Panic
4
AC power/ low battery sounder alert
4
Trouble
5
Audible Panic
5
Enables bypass toggle
5
Tamper
6
Auxiliary 1
6
Enables silent auto arm
6
Cancel
7
Auxiliary 2
7
Enables automatic instant (entry/exit)
7
Recent Closing
8
Multi Keypress Tamper
8
Final set door
8
Exit Error
Segment 4
91
67
Segment 5
1
Late to close/early to open
1
2
Auto arm in stay mode
2
Reserved
Reserved
3
Enables instant night
3
Reserved
4
Tamper when sensor lost if armed
4
Reserved
5
Enables instant stay toggle
5
Reserved
6
Reserved
6
Reserved
7
Reserved
7
Reserved
8
Reserved
8
Reserved
ENTRY/EXIT TIMERS
Segment 1 (Entry Time 1)
0
Segment 2 (Exit Time 1)
0
Segment 3 (Entry Time 2)
0
Segment 4 (Exit Time 2)
0
Reserved
0
Reserved
0
92
68
PARTITION 3, ACCOUNT CODE
93
68
PARTITION 3, FEATURE SELECTION
10-10-10-10-10-10
Segment 1
Segment 2
Quick Arm
1
LED extinguish enable
1
Open/Close
2
Re-Exit
2
Require user code for bypassing zones
2
Bypass
3
Auto Bypass (interior)
3
Bypass sounder alert
3
Restore
4
Silent Panic
4
AC power/ low battery sounder alert
4
Trouble
5
Audible Panic
5
Enables bypass toggle
5
Tamper
6
Auxiliary 1
6
Enables silent auto arm
6
Cancel
7
Auxiliary 2
7
Enables automatic instant (entry/exit)
7
Recent Closing
8
Multi Keypress Tamper
8
Final set door
8
Exit Error
Segment 4
94
68
Segment 3
1
Segment 5
1
Late to close/early to open
1
2
Auto arm in stay mode
2
Reserved
Reserved
3
Enables instant night
3
Reserved
4
Tamper when sensor lost if armed
4
Reserved
5
Enables instant stay toggle
5
Reserved
6
Reserved
6
Reserved
7
Reserved
7
Reserved
8
Reserved
8
Reserved
ENTRY/EXIT TIMERS
Segment 1 (Entry Time 1)
0
Segment 2 (Exit Time 1)
0
Segment 3 (Entry Time 2)
0
Segment 4 (Exit Time 2)
0
Reserved
0
Reserved
0
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68
PARTITION 4, ACCOUNT CODE
96
68
PARTITION 4, FEATURE SELECTION
10-10-10-10-10-10
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
1
Quick Arm
1
LED extinguish enable
1
Open/Close
2
Re-Exit
2
Require user code for bypassing zones
2
Bypass
3
Auto Bypass (interior)
3
Bypass sounder alert
3
Restore
4
Silent Panic
4
AC power/ low battery sounder alert
4
Trouble
5
Audible Panic
5
Enables bypass toggle
5
Tamper
6
Auxiliary 1
6
Enables silent auto arm
6
Cancel
7
Auxiliary 2
7
Enables automatic instant (entry/exit)
7
Recent Closing
8
Multi Keypress Tamper
8
Final set door
8
Exit Error
Segment 4
97
69
Segment 5
1
Late to close/early to open
1
2
Auto arm in stay mode
2
Reserved
Reserved
3
Enables instant night
3
Reserved
4
Tamper when sensor lost if armed
4
Reserved
5
Enables instant stay toggle
5
Reserved
6
Reserved
6
Reserved
7
Reserved
7
Reserved
8
Reserved
8
Reserved
ENTRY/EXIT TIMERS
Segment 1 (Entry Time 1)
0
Segment 2 (Exit Time 1)
0
Segment 3 (Entry Time 2)
0
Segment 4 (Exit Time 2)
0
Reserved
0
Reserved
0
98
69
PARTITION 5, ACCOUNT CODE
99
69
PARTITION 5, FEATURE SELECTION
10-10-10-10-10-10
Segment 1
Segment 2
Quick Arm
1
LED extinguish enable
1
Open/Close
2
Re-Exit
2
Require user code for bypassing zones
2
Bypass
3
Auto Bypass (interior)
3
Bypass sounder alert
3
Restore
4
Silent Panic
4
AC power/ low battery sounder alert
4
Trouble
5
Audible Panic
5
Enables bypass toggle
5
Tamper
6
Auxiliary 1
6
Enables silent auto arm
6
Cancel
7
Auxiliary 2
7
Enables automatic instant (entry/exit)
7
Recent Closing
8
Multi Keypress Tamper
8
Final set door
8
Exit Error
Segment 4
100
69
Segment 3
1
Segment 5
1
Late to close/early to open
1
2
Auto arm in stay mode
2
Reserved
Reserved
3
Enables instant night
3
Reserved
4
Tamper when sensor lost if armed
4
Reserved
5
Enables instant stay toggle
5
Reserved
6
Reserved
6
Reserved
7
Reserved
7
Reserved
8
Reserved
8
Reserved
ENTRY/EXIT TIMERS
Segment 1 (Entry Time 1)
0
Segment 2 (Exit Time 1)
0
Segment 3 (Entry Time 2)
0
Segment 4 (Exit Time 2)
0
Reserved
0
Reserved
0
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70
PARTITION 6, ACCOUNT CODE
102
70
PARTITION 6, FEATURE SELECTION
10-10-10-10-10-10
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
1
Quick Arm
1
LED extinguish enable
1
Open/Close
2
Re-Exit
2
Require user code for bypassing zones
2
Bypass
3
Auto Bypass (interior)
3
Bypass sounder alert
3
Restore
4
Silent Panic
4
AC power/ low battery sounder alert
4
Trouble
5
Audible Panic
5
Enables bypass toggle
5
Tamper
6
Auxiliary 1
6
Enables silent auto arm
6
Cancel
7
Auxiliary 2
7
Enables automatic instant (entry/exit)
7
Recent Closing
8
Multi Keypress Tamper
8
Final set door
8
Exit Error
Segment 4
103
70
Segment 5
1
Late to close/early to open
1
2
Auto arm in stay mode
2
Reserved
Reserved
3
Enables instant night
3
Reserved
4
Tamper when sensor lost if armed
4
Reserved
5
Enables instant stay toggle
5
Reserved
6
Reserved
6
Reserved
7
Reserved
7
Reserved
8
Reserved
8
Reserved
ENTRY/EXIT TIMERS
Segment 1 (Entry Time 1)
0
Segment 2 (Exit Time 1)
0
Segment 3 (Entry Time 2)
0
Segment 4 (Exit Time 2)
0
Reserved
0
Reserved
0
104
70
PARTITION 7, ACCOUNT CODE
105
70
PARTITION 7, FEATURE SELECTION
10-10-10-10-10-10
Segment 1
Segment 2
Quick Arm
1
LED extinguish enable
1
Open/Close
2
Re-Exit
2
Require user code for bypassing zones
2
Bypass
3
Auto Bypass (interior)
3
Bypass sounder alert
3
Restore
4
Silent Panic
4
AC power/ low battery sounder alert
4
Trouble
5
Audible Panic
5
Enables bypass toggle
5
Tamper
6
Auxiliary 1
6
Enables silent auto arm
6
Cancel
7
Auxiliary 2
7
Enables automatic instant (entry/exit)
7
Recent Closing
8
Multi Keypress Tamper
8
Final set door
8
Exit Error
Segment 4
106
71
Segment 3
1
Segment 5
1
Late to close/early to open
1
2
Auto arm in stay mode
2
Reserved
Reserved
3
Enables instant night
3
Reserved
4
Tamper when sensor lost if armed
4
Reserved
5
Enables instant stay toggle
5
Reserved
6
Reserved
6
Reserved
7
Reserved
7
Reserved
8
Reserved
8
Reserved
ENTRY/EXIT TIMERS
Segment 1 (Entry Time 1)
0
Segment 2 (Exit Time 1)
0
Segment 3 (Entry Time 2)
0
Segment 4 (Exit Time 2)
0
Reserved
0
Reserved
0
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71
PARTITION 8, ACCOUNT CODE
108
71
PARTITION 8, FEATURE SELECTION
10-10-10-10-10-10
Segment 1
Segment 2
Quick Arm
1
LED extinguish enable
1
Open/Close
2
Re-Exit
2
Require user code for bypassing zones
2
Bypass
3
Auto Bypass (interior)
3
Bypass sounder alert
3
Restore
4
Silent Panic
4
AC power/ low battery sounder alert
4
Trouble
5
Audible Panic
5
Enables bypass toggle
5
Tamper
6
Auxiliary 1
6
Enables silent auto arm
6
Cancel
7
Auxiliary 2
7
Enables automatic instant (entry/exit)
7
Recent Closing
8
Multi Keypress Tamper
8
Final set door
8
Exit Error
Segment 4
109
71
Segment 3
1
Segment 5
1
Late to close/early to open
1
2
Auto arm in stay mode
2
Reserved
Reserved
3
Enables instant night
3
Reserved
4
Tamper when sensor lost if armed
4
Reserved
5
Enables instant stay toggle
5
Reserved
6
Reserved
6
Reserved
7
Reserved
7
Reserved
8
Reserved
8
Reserved
ENTRY/EXIT TIMERS
Segment 1 (Entry Time 1)
0
Segment 2 (Exit Time 1)
0
Segment 3 (Entry Time 2)
0
Segment 4 (Exit Time 2)
0
Reserved
0
Reserved
0
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74
CONFIGURATION GROUP 1 ALARM CODE
111
74
CONFIGURATION GROUP 1 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
8
Segment 1 (Circle Numbers To Program)
1
Fire (enable for fire zone)
5
Delay 1 zone (enable to follow Timer 1 Entry/Exit times)
2
24 Hour (enable for non-fire 24 hour zone)
6
Delay 2 zone (enable to follow Timer 1 Entry / Exit times)
3
Keyswitch zone
7
Interior (Enable for auto bypass or stay arming)
4
Follower (enable for burglary zones that are
instant during non-entry times)
8
Local Only (enable if zone is not to be reported)
1
Keypad audible on alarm
5
Bypassable
2
Yelping siren on alarm
6
Group Shunt
3
Steady siren on alarm
7
Force armable
4
Chime
8
Entry Guard
1
Fast Loop Response
5
2
Double End of Line Tamper zone
6
Swinger zone
3
Trouble zone (Fire and Day zone)
7
Restore reporting
4
Cross Zone
8
Listen-In
Segment 2 (Circle Numbers To Program)
Segment 3 (Circle Numbers To Program)
Dialer Delay zone
Segment 4 (Circle Numbers To Program)
1
Zone activity monitor
5
2
End of line resistor defeat
6
Reserved
Reserved
3
Zone acts as request to exit input
7
Reserved
4
Zone acts as acces control zone
8
Reserved
Segment 5 (Circle Numbers To Program)
1-8
Reserved
THE DEFAULTS LISTED IN THE ODD-NUMBERED LOCATIONS BELOW REPRESENT THE FIVE SEGMENTS OF EACH OF
THOSE LOCATIONS. USE THE FIVE SEGMENT CHARTS FROM LOCATION 111 TO UNDERSTAND THESE DEFAULTS.
112
75
CONFIGURATION GROUP 2 ALARM EVENT CODE
113
75
CONFIGURATION GROUP 2 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
114
75
CONFIGURATION GROUP 3 ALARM EVENT CODE
115
75
CONFIGURATION GROUP 3 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
116
75
CONFIGURATION GROUP 4 ALARM EVENT CODE
117
76
CONFIGURATION GROUP 4 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
118
76
CONFIGURATION GROUP 5 ALARM EVENT CODE
119
76
CONFIGURATION GROUP 5 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
120
76
CONFIGURATION GROUP 6 ALARM EVENT CODE
121
76
CONFIGURATION GROUP 6 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
122
76
CONFIGURATION GROUP 7 ALARM EVENT CODE
123
76
CONFIGURATION GROUP 7 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
124
77
CONFIGURATION GROUP 8 ALARM EVENT CODE
125
77
CONFIGURATION GROUP 8 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
126
77
CONFIGURATION GROUP 9 ALARM EVENT CODE
127
77
CONFIGURATION GROUP 9 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
128
77
CONFIGURATION GROUP 10 ALARM EVENT CODE
129
77
CONFIGURATION GROUP 10 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
130
77
CONFIGURATION GROUP 11 ALARM EVENT CODE
131
78
CONFIGURATION GROUP 11 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
132
78
CONFIGURATION GROUP 12 ALARM EVENT CODE
133
78
CONFIGURATION GROUP 12 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
134
78
CONFIGURATION GROUP 13 ALARM EVENT CODE
135
78
CONFIGURATION GROUP 13 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
136
78
CONFIGURATION GROUP 14 ALARM EVENT CODE
137
78
CONFIGURATION GROUP 14 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
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7
5-1245-5678-0-0
5
45-125-5678-0-0
5
457-125-5678-0-0
4
0-1245-5678-0-0
0
2-0-78-0-0
1
1-13-378-0-0
7
6-1245-5678-0-0
7
6-1245-25678-0-0
3
3-0-0-0-0
14
248-5-0-0-0
7
5-1245-25678-0-0
5
45-125-25678-0-0
Date 02/10/05
138
79
CONFIGURATION GROUP 15 ALARM EVENT CODE
139
79
CONFIGURATION GROUP 15 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
140
79
CONFIGURATION GROUP 16 ALARM EVENT CODE
141
79
CONFIGURATION GROUP 16 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
142
79
CONFIGURATION GROUP 17 ALARM EVENT CODE
143
79
CONFIGURATION GROUP 17 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
144
79
CONFIGURATION GROUP 18 ALARM EVENT CODE
145
80
CONFIGURATION GROUP 18 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
146
80
CONFIGURATION GROUP 19 ALARM EVENT CODE
147
80
CONFIGURATION GROUP 19 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
148
80
CONFIGURATION GROUP 20 ALARM EVENT CODE
149
80
CONFIGURATION GROUP 20 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
150
80
CONFIGURATION GROUP 21 ALARM EVENT CODE
151
80
CONFIGURATION GROUP 21 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
152
81
CONFIGURATION GROUP 22 ALARM EVENT CODE
153
81
CONFIGURATION GROUP 22 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
154
81
CONFIGURATION GROUP 23 ALARM EVENT CODE
155
81
CONFIGURATION GROUP 23 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
156
81
CONFIGURATION GROUP 24 ALARM EVENT CODE
157
81
CONFIGURATION GROUP 24 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
158
81
CONFIGURATION GROUP 25 ALARM EVENT CODE
159
81
CONFIGURATION GROUP 25 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
160
82
CONFIGURATION GROUP 26 ALARM EVENT CODE
161
82
CONFIGURATION GROUP 26 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
162
82
CONFIGURATION GROUP 27 ALARM EVENT CODE
163
82
CONFIGURATION GROUP 27 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
164
82
CONFIGURATION GROUP 28 ALARM EVENT CODE
165
82
CONFIGURATION GROUP 28 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
166
83
CONFIGURATION GROUP 29 ALARM EVENT CODE
167
83
CONFIGURATION GROUP 29 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
168
83
CONFIGURATION GROUP 30 ALARM EVENT CODE
169
83
CONFIGURATION GROUP 30 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
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4
0-1245-25678-0-0
7
5-12456-5678-0-0
5
45-1256-5678-0-0
5
457-1256-5678-0-0
4
0-1256-5678-0-0
5
45-125-45678-0-0
4
0-125-45678-0-0
5
45-125-245678-0-0
7
0-125-245678-0-0
4
0-125-5678-0-0
7
5-12457-5678-0-0
5
45-1257-5678-0-0
7
8-1245-5678-0-0
5
45-1258-5678-1-0
4
0-1245-5678-1-0
Date 02/10/05
170
81
ZONES 49-56, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
171
81
ZONES 49-56, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 49 thru Segment 8=Zone 56)
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
172
82
ZONES 57-64, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
173
82
ZONES 57-64, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 57 thru Segment 8=Zone 64)
8
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
174
82
ZONES 65-72, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
175
82
ZONES 65-72, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 65 thru Segment 8=Zone 72)
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
176
83
ZONES 73-80, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
177
83
ZONES 73-80, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 73 thru Segment 8=Zone 80)
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
178
83
ZONES 81-88, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
179
83
ZONES 81-88, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 81 thru Segment 8=Zone 88)
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
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ZONES 89-96, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
181
84
ZONES 89-96, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 89 thru Segment 8=Zone 96)
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
182
84
ZONES 97-104, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
183
84
ZONES 97-104, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 97 thru Segment 8=Zone 104)
8
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
184
85
ZONES 105-112, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
185
85
ZONES 105-112, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 105 thru Segment 8=Zone 112)
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
186
85
ZONES 113-120, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
187
85
ZONES 113-120, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 113 thru Segment 8=Zone 120)
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
188
86
ZONES 121-128, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
189
86
ZONES 121-128, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 121 thru Segment 8=Zone 128)
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
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86
ZONES 129-136, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
191
86
ZONES 129-136, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 129 thru Segment 8=Zone 136)
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
192
87
ZONES 137-144, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
193
87
ZONES 137-144, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 137 thru Segment 8=Zone 144)
8
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
194
87
ZONES 145-152, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
195
87
ZONES 145-152, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 145 thru Segment 8=Zone 152)
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
196
88
ZONES 153-160, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
197
88
ZONES 153-160, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 153 thru Segment 8=Zone 160)
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
198
88
ZONES 161-168, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
199
88
ZONES 161-168, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 161 thru Segment 8=Zone 168)
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
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Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
200
89
ZONES 169-176, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
201
89
ZONES 169-176, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 169 thru Segment 8=Zone 176)
8
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
89
ZONES 177-184, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
203
89
ZONES 177-184, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 177 thru Segment 8=Zone 184)
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
204
90
ZONES 185-192, CONFIGURATION GROUPS
205
90
ZONES 185-192, PARTITION SELECTION (Segment 1=Zone 185 thru Segment 8=Zone 192)
90
8
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
202
206
8
6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Partition 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Partition 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Partition 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Partition 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Partition 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Partition 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Partition 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Partition 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
DAYS OF THE WEEK WHEN “AUTO DISARMING” WILL OCCUR IN PARTITIONS 1-8
Segments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Sunday
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Monday
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Tuesday
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Wednesday
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Thursday
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Saturday
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Sunday
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Reserved
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
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207
90
SERIAL PORT ENABLE
0
0 = disabled
1 = Home automation protocol enabled
2 = Serial printer interface
208
209
91
91
SERIAL PORT BAUD RATE
2
0 = 2400 (2.4K)
3 = 19200 (19.2K)
1 = 4800 (4.8K)
4 = 38400 (38.4K)
2 = 9600 (9.6K)
5-7 = Reserved
HOME AUTOMATION PROTOCOL
Off
OFF = Binary
ON = ASCII
210
91
NX-8E TRANSITION-BASED BROADCASTS
Segment 1 (Circle Numbers To Program)
211
92
Segment 2 (Circle Numbers To Program)
1
Reserved
1
System status message
2
Interface configuration
2
X-10 message received
3
Reserved
3
Log event message
4
Reserved
4
Keypad message received
5
Zone status message
5
Reserved
6
Zones snapshot message
6
Reserved
7
Partition status message
7
Reserved
8
Partitions snapshot message
8
Reserved
1
System status request
NX-584 COMMAND/REQUEST ENABLE
Segment 1 (Circle Numbers To Program)
Segment 2 (Circle Numbers To Program)
1
Reserved
2
Interface configuration
2
Send X-10 message
3
Reserved
3
Log event request
4
Zone name request
4
Send keypad text message
5
Zone status request
5
Keypad terminal mode request
6
Zones snapshot request
6
Reserved
7
Partition status request
7
Reserved
8
Partitions snapshot request
8
Reserved
1
Reserved
Segment 3 (Circle Numbers To Program)
212
213
93
Segment 4 (Circle Numbers To Program)
1
Program data request
2
Program data command
2
Reserved
3
User information request with PIN
3
Store communication event command
4
User information request without PIN
4
Set clock / calendar command
5
Set user code command with PIN
5
Primary keypad function with PIN
6
Set user code command without PIN
6
Primary keypad function without PIN
7
Set user authorisation comm with PIN
7
Secondary keypad function
8
Set user authorisation comm without PIN
8
Zone bypass toggle
LCD KEYPAD ADDRESS FOR NX-584
KP
PART 1
PART 2
PART 3
PART 4
PART 5
PART 6
PART 7
PART 8
1
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
2
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
3
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
4
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
5
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
6
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
7
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
8
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
LCD KEYPAD ADDRESS FOR NX-584
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192
Reserved
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Date 02/10/05
BOARD INSTALLATION
Inside the can, several 2-holed insertion points have been constructed. This allows for either
vertical or horizontal placement of the modules. Notice that each insertion point has two sizes
of holes -a larger hole and a smaller hole.
Diagram 1: The black plastic PCB guides are grooved on one edge where the PC
board will be seated. The end with the half-moon protrusion fits into the larger
hole. The smaller hole is for the screw.
Diagram 2: Place the first black plastic PCB guide in the top insertion point,
grooved edge downward. The half-moon protrusion will be in the large hole. It
does not require force. Insert one of the provided screw into the smaller hole
(from inside the can) to secure it in place. A screwdriver should reach through
the notch that runs the length of the guide to tighten the screw. The second PBC
guide should be positioned opposite the first (grooved edge up) and placed in
the lower insertion point, using the same procedures described above. Once
mounted, screw it in securely.
Diagram 3: The PC Board should slide freely in the grooves of both guides.
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Date 02/10/05
NX-8E WIRING DIAGRAM
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Date 02/10/05
TERMINAL DESCRIPTION
TERMINAL
DESCRIPTION
R1
R
T
T1
EARTH
AC
BELL + & BELL -
House Telephone Ring.
Telephone Ring.
Telephone Tip.
House Telephone Tip.
Earth Ground.
AC input. Connect to a 16.5Vac 40VA CE approved transformer.
If used as a siren output (default), the speaker rating should be 15 watt at 8 or 16 ohm, or
30/40 watt at 4, 8, or 16 ohms. If voltage output is selected in location 37, this output
becomes voltage output, 12VDC, 1 Amp maximum load.
NOTE: A 3.3KW resistor may be required across the bell terminals when a 12 VDC siren
is used. If no resistor is used, you may experience voltage leakage into the siren,
which will cause these devices to output a small signal.
Connect to the data terminal on the keypads and the expanders. Maximum wire run is
800 m with 2 mm² wire. The minimum wire sizes at 75, 150, 300 and 600 m are 0.12, 0.33,
0.83 and 1.3 mm² respectively. These numbers are for one keypad at the end of the wire
and a voltage drop of max. 2 Volts. When connecting more than one keypad to the end of
the wire, a higher gauge wire will be required. The maximum number of devices (keypads
+ expanders) is 32.
Connect to the Common terminal on the keypads and the expanders.
Connect to the positive terminal on the keypads and the expanders. This terminal is
limited to 1 Amp. Combined, this terminal and AUX PWR + are limited to 2 Amps total
current.
Smoke detector power 12VDC, 1.5 Amps maximum (For those jurisdictions which allow the
Priority zone to be used with smoke detectors.)
Connect the negative wire of powered devices such as motion and smoke detectors.
Connect the positive wire of all powered devices except smoke detectors and keypads.
Individually, this terminal is limited to 1 Amp. Combined, this terminal and KP POS are
limited to 2 Amps total current.
Connect to one side of zone 8 loop. Connect the other side to the com. terminal. Open or
short causes alarm. Zone 8 may be used for a two-wire smoke detector, using a 680W
E.O.L. resistor. Connect one side to AUX PWR+ ONLY if using 2-wire smoke. Refer to wiring
diagram, Program location 37, segment 6, option 1.
Common (-) terminal for zones 7 & 8. (See the wiring diagram for examples)
Connect to one side of zone 7 loop. Connect the other side to COM terminal. Open or short
causes alarm.
KP DATA
KP COM
KP POS
SMOKE+
COM
AUX PWR+
ZONE 8
COM
ZONE 7
ZONE 6 - ZONE 1
Connect as described for zones 7 & 8. Only zone 8 can be a two-wire zone. (See the wiring
diagram for examples)
Relay 2 NO/C
COM
Normally open dry contact rated 1 Amp at 30 Volts.
Common used to ground any devices connected to relays
Relay 1 NC/C
J9
Aux1 – Aux4
Normally closed dry contact rated 1 Amp at 30 Volts.
Connect negative lead of low current device (relay, LED, …). Connect positive lead of device
to AUX PWR+. Current is limited to 50mA when output is negative, 250uA when output is
positive.
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Note: These terminals can
be set for 12Vdc. Close
J12 for Aux1 and J13 for
Aux2.
Date 02/10/05
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Technical specifications NX-8E
Operating power
- Nominal
Current consumption
Battery
Auxiliary Power Supply
- Minimum
- Nominal
- Maximum
Max. ripple
Operating temperature
Loop resistance
- Standard loop
- 2-wire fire loop
Built-in siren driver
Loop response
Dimensions (PCB board only)
Weight (PCB board only)
Classifications
16.5Vac, 50/60Hz, 40VA
60mA
max. 12V/18 Ah
EN50131-6 Grade 2 Type A
11.00 Vdc
13.85 Vdc
14.00 Vdc
< 5%
0 - 50° C
300 Ohms maximum
30 Ohms maximum
112 dB, 2 tones (steady or yelp)
selectable: 50 ms or 500 ms
280 x 90 mm
285 g
Security Grade 2
Environmental Grade 1
Technical specifications NX-108, NX-116, NX-124
Operating power
- Nominal
- Minimum/maximum
Operating temperature
Dimensions
Current consumption
- Minimum (quiescent, no lighting)
- Nominal (quiescent, lighting ON)
Current consumption in alarm
- 1 zone in alarm, sounder/lighting ON
- Maximum (all LED’s ON, sounder ON)
Weight
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12 Vdc
9 Vdc - 14 Vdc
0 - 50° C
163 x 102 x 26 mm
NX-108
NX-116
10 mA
10 mA
29 mA
29 mA
42 mA
90 mA
228 g
42 mA
110 mA
230 g
NX-124
10 mA
29 mA
42 mA
130 mA
232 g
Date 02/10/05
Technical specifications NX-1308, NX-1316, NX-1324
Operating power
- Nominal
- Minimum/maximum
Operating temperature
Dimensions
Current consumption
- Minimum (quiescent, no lighting)
- Nominal (quiescent, lighting ON)
Current consumption in alarm
- 1 zone in alarm, sounder/lighting ON
- Maximum (all LED’s ON, sounder ON)
Weight
12 Vdc
9 Vdc - 14 Vdc
0 - 50° C
158 x 135x 30 mm
NX-1308
NX-1316
23 mA
23 mA
29 mA
29 mA
55 mA
90 mA
264 g
47 mA
110 mA
264 g
NX-1324
23 mA
29 mA
55 mA
130 mA
270 g
Technical specifications NX-148
Operating power
- Nominal
- Minimum/maximum
Operating temperature
Dimensions
Current consumption
- Minimum (quiescent, no lighting)
- Nominal (quiescent, minimum lighting)
- Nominal (quiescient, maximum lighting)
Current consumption in alarm
- 1 zone in alarm, sounder/lighting ON
- Maximum (all LED’s ON, sounder ON)
Weight
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12 Vdc
9 Vdc - 14 Vdc
0 - 50° C
158 x 135 x 30 mm
20 mA
25 mA
48 mA
65 mA
110 mA
290 g
Date 02/10/05
APPENDIX 1: REPORTING FIXED CODES IN CONTACT-ID AND
SIA
The table below lists the event codes sent for the following reports (if enabled) when using CONTACT ID or SIA
formats.
CONTACT ID
SIA
MANUAL TEST
REPORT
601
RX
AUTOTEST
602
RP
OPEN (User Number)
401
OP
CLOSE (User Number)
401
CL
CANCEL (User Number)
406
OC
DOWNLOAD COMPLETE
412
RS
START PROGRAM
627
LB
END PROGRAM
628
LX
RECENT CLOSE (User Number)
401
CR
EXIT ERROR (User Number)
457
EE
EVENT LOG FULL
605
JL
FAIL TO COMMUNICATE
354
RT
EXPANDER TROUBLE (device number)
333
ET
EXPANDER RESTORE (device number)
333
ER
TELEPHONE FAULT
351
LT
TELEPHONE RESTORE
351
LR
SIREN TAMPER
321
YA
SIREN RESTORE
321
YH
AUX POWER OVERCURRENT (device number)
312
YP
AUX POWER RESTORE (device number)
312
YQ
LOW BATTERY (device number)
309
YT
LOW BATTERY RESTORE (device number)
309
YR
AC FAIL (device number)
301
AT
AC RESTORE (device number)
301
AR
BOX TAMPER (device number)
137
TA
BOX TAMPER RESTORE (device number)
137
TR
KEYPAD TAMPER
137
TA
KEYPAD PANIC (audible)
120
PA
KEYPAD PANIC (silent)
121
HA
DURESS
121
HA
KEYPAD AUXILIARY 1
110
FA
KEYPAD AUXILIARY 2
100
MA
RF SENSOR LOST (zone number)
381
*T
RF SENSOR RESTORE (zone number)
381
*R
SENSOR LOW BATTERY (zone number)
384
XT
SENSOR BATTERY RESTORE (zone number)
384
XR
ZONE TROUBLE (zone number)
380
*T
ZONE TROUBLE RESTORE (zone number)
380
*R
ZONE TAMPER (zone number)
137
TA
ZONE TAMPER RESTORE (zone number)
137
TR
ZONE BYPASS (zone number)
570
*B
BYPASS RESTORE (zone number)
570
*U
EARLY OPEN / LATE CLOSE
451
OK
FAIL TO CLOSE
454
CI
ZONE ACTIVITY FAULT
391
NA
ZONE ACTIVITY RESTORE
391
NS
FREEZE ALARM
159
ZA
HIGH TEMP ALARM
158
KH
MANUAL FIRE ALARM (pull station)
115
FA
THE NUMBER IN PARENTHESES FOLLOWING THE EVENT IS THE NUMBER THAT WILL BE REPORTED AS THE ZONE NUMBER. IF THERE ARE NO
PARENTHESES, THE ZONE WILL BE “0”. SEE APPENDIX 3 FOR THE DEVICE NUMBERS. * The character transmitted in this slot will be the first
character from the event code of the zone that is bypassed or in trouble (see locations 110 - 169).
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APPENDIX 2: REPORTING ZONE CODES IN SIA OR CONTACT
ID
The NX-8E has the ability to report SIA level 1 transmissions to either or both phone numbers. Each report in SIA
consists of an Event Code and a Zone or User ID. The Zone ID will be the zone number that is in alarm. The event
code will come from the chart below, and it will be programmed in the configuration group event code.
Programmed Event Code
SIA Code
Description
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
HA
FA
PA
BA
BA
BA
UA
BA
BA
UA
HA
MA
PA
TA
RP
GA
KA
WA
QA
SA
ZA
Holdup Alarm
Fire Alarm
Panic alarm
Burglary Alarm
Burglary Alarm
Burglary Alarm
Untyped Alarm
Burglary Alarm
Burglary Alarm
Untyped Alarm
Holdup Alarm
Medical Alarm
Panic alarm
Tamper Alarm
Periodic Test
Gas Alarm
Heat Alarm
Water Alarm
Emergency Alarm
Sprinkler Alarm
Freeze Alarm
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The NX-8E can report Ademco Contact ID transmissions. Each report in Contact ID consists of an Event Code and a
Zone ID. The zone ID is the zone that generated the alarm. The event code will come from the chart below, and it
will be programmed in the configuration group event code.
Programmed Event Code
CONTACT-ID
Description
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
122
110
120
130
131
132
133
134
135
150
121
100
123
137
602
151
158
154
140
140
159
158
115
Silent Panic
Fire Alarm
Panic alarm
Burglary Alarm
Perimeter Alarm
Interior Alarm
24 Hour Burglary
Entry Alarm
Day/Night Alarm
Non Burglary 24 Hour
Duress Alarm
Medical Alarm
Audible Panic Alarm
Tamper Alarm
Periodic Test
Gas Detected
High Temp
Water Leakage
General Alarm
General Alarm
Low Temp
High Temp Alarm
Manual Fire Alarm
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APPENDIX 3: EXPANDER NUMBERS FOR REPORTING
EXPANDER TROUBLE
The tables below list the device numbers that will be reported for each expander/keypad where a trouble
condition is present. For trouble conditions relating to the control panel, the device number is “0”.
Keypads
KEYPAD
PART 1
PART 2
PART 3
PART 4
PART 5
PART 6
PART 7
PART 8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
192
200
208
216
224
232
240
248
193
201
209
217
225
233
241
249
194
202
210
218
226
234
242
250
195
203
211
219
227
235
243
251
196
204
212
220
228
236
244
252
197
205
213
221
229
237
245
253
198
206
214
222
230
238
246
254
199
207
215
223
231
239
247
255
Remote power supply NX-320E
Power supply
DIP 1
DIP 2
DIP 3
Expander number
reported
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
Wireless receiver NX-448E
Wireless receiver
DIP 1
DIP 2
DIP 3
Expander number
reported
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
35
36
37
38
39
32
33
34
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Output module NX-507E or NX-508E
Output module
DIP 1
DIP 2
DIP 3
Expander number
reported
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Hardwired expander NX-216E
Starting zone
number
DIP 1
DIP 2
DIP 3
DIP 4
DIP 5
DIP 6
Expander number
reported
Zone 9
Zone 17
Zone 25
Zone 33
Zone 41
Zone 49
Zone 57
Zone 65
Zone 73
Zone 81
Zone 89
Zone 97
Zone 105
Zone 113
Zone 121
Zone 129
Zone 137
Zone 145
Zone 153
Zone 161
Zone 169
Zone 177
Zone 185
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
23
16
17
18
19
20
21
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
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