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REFERENCE & INSTALLATION MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION .................................................................. 2
About This Manual ....................................................................
Features ....................................................................................
Specifications ............................................................................
Accessories and Keypads .........................................................
About Paradox...........................................................................
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INSTALLATION ................................................................... 4
Location and Mounting .............................................................. 4
Earth Ground ............................................................................. 4
AC Power .................................................................................. 4
Telephone Line Connection ...................................................... 5
Bell / Siren Output ..................................................................... 5
Programmable Outputs (PGMs) ................................................ 6
Keypad and Keyswitch Connections ......................................... 6
Keypad Zone Connections ........................................................ 6
Connecting a Tamper Switch on a Keypad ............................... 8
Single Zone Input Terminal Connections .................................. 9
Advanced Technology Zone (ATZ) Connections .................... 10
Fire Circuit ............................................................................... 12
ACCESS CODES............................................................... 13
Installer Code ..........................................................................
Master and User Codes ..........................................................
User / Access Code Length.....................................................
Duress .....................................................................................
Installer Lock ...........................................................................
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"24 Hour" and Fire Zones .......................................................
Instant Zones ..........................................................................
Follow Zones ..........................................................................
Entry Delay 1 ..........................................................................
Entry Delay 2 ..........................................................................
Partitioning..............................................................................
Bypass Enabled Zones...........................................................
EOL Zones (Enabled/Disabled) ..............................................
Keypad Zone 1 Supervision* ..................................................
Keypad Zone 2 Supervision* ..................................................
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ARM / DISARM AND ALARM OPTIONS ......................... 29
"Timed" Auto Arming ..............................................................
"No Movement" Auto Arming ..................................................
"One-Key" Regular Arming .....................................................
"One-Key" Stay / System A Arming ........................................
Arming using A keyswitch.......................................................
Bell Squawk ............................................................................
Exit Delay................................................................................
Beep on Exit delay ..................................................................
Alarm Transmission Delay ......................................................
Silent Zones and Silent Panics Option ...................................
Bell Cut-Off Time ....................................................................
Code Priority ...........................................................................
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PGM (PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUT)................................ 33
PROGRAMMING METHODS ............................................ 14
PGM Types ............................................................................. 33
PGM Timer Setting ................................................................. 33
PGM Options .......................................................................... 34
Espload Software .................................................................... 14
Keypad .................................................................................... 14
OTHER OPTIONS ............................................................. 35
PANEL SETTINGS FOR ESPLOAD ................................. 16
Panel Answer Options .............................................................
Panel Identifier ........................................................................
PC Password...........................................................................
Computer Telephone Number .................................................
Call Espload ............................................................................
Answer Espload ......................................................................
Cancel Communication ...........................................................
Call Back .................................................................................
Automatic Event Buffer Transmission .....................................
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Telephone Line Monitoring (TLM)...........................................
Dialing Options .......................................................................
Dialing Pulse Rates ................................................................
Keypad Panic Options ............................................................
Panel Time..............................................................................
Time Correction ......................................................................
Tamper / Wire Fault Recognition Options...............................
Tamper Bypass Options .........................................................
Installer Test Mode .................................................................
Exclude Power Failure From Trouble Display ........................
Audible Trouble Warning ........................................................
Power Down Reset .................................................................
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EVENT REPORTING ......................................................... 18
Reporting Options ...................................................................
Central Station Telephone Number 1 ......................................
Central Station Telephone Number 2 ......................................
System Account Codes ...........................................................
Communicator Formats ...........................................................
Reporting Event Codes ...........................................................
Auto Test Report .....................................................................
Manual Test Report .................................................................
Power Failure Report Delay ....................................................
Recent Close Delay.................................................................
Report Zone Restore Options .................................................
Report Code Disarming Options .............................................
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ZONE DEFINITIONS.......................................................... 25
Zone Speed .............................................................................
Advanced Technology Zoning (ATZ).......................................
Intellizones ..............................................................................
Silent Zones ............................................................................
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USER / KEYPAD FUNCTIONS......................................... 38
Programming Master and User Codes ...................................
Regular Arming.......................................................................
Force (Away) Arming ..............................................................
Stay Arming ............................................................................
Arming / Disarming Partitions .................................................
System Disarming...................................................................
Alarm Memory ........................................................................
Keyswitch or Pushbutton Arming/Disarming...........................
Manual Zone Bypassing .........................................................
Bypass Recall .........................................................................
Keypad Chime Zones .............................................................
Trouble Display Monitoring .....................................................
Key Access Programming ......................................................
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FCC WARNINGS ............................................................ 43
INDEX.............................................................................. 46
ESPRIT 728 SERIES 1
PART 1: INTRODUCTION
Thank you for placing your trust in Paradox and its improved Esprit 728 series control panels. The enhanced control panel offers
to you the same great features you have come to depend on with added reliability, improved lighting protection and a new
innovative dialer circuit. You have selected a sophisticated, user-friendly control panel design to meet all of your technological,
performance and security requirements.
1.1
About This Manual
This manual provides all the information you will need to understand panel operation, features and functions. If you are familiar
with other security control panels, we recommend that you read this manual at least once to familiarize yourself with panel
features and programming. Please refer to the index for a complete list of this manual's contents.
The following terminology is used throughout this manual:
[ ] = indicates a key on the keypad
[ ] = indicates a key on the keypad must be pressed
= indicates a warning or important note
italic = indicates data that must be entered, reference to a section in the manual, or an example
“SMALL CAPS” = indicates terminals or LEDs that are located on the control panel, keypad, etc.
1.2
Features
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Improved Lightning Protection
New and Innovative Dialer Circuit
10 zones (4 on-board inputs with ATZ = 8 zones + 2 keypad zones)
Powerful 16-bit RISC processor with built in analog to digital converters
User-friendly programming
"False Alarm Prevention" features such as: Intellizones, Auto Zone Shutdown, Beep on Exit Delay, Programmable Delay
Before Alarm Transmission, and Recent Closing Report
2 Flexible Partitions
High-Speed Communication Formats
256 Event Buffer with time and date stamp
1 fully programmable output (PGM)
Upload & Download capability with Espload Software
Alarm Relay
48 User Codes + 1 Master Code + 1 Installer Code
Telephone Line Supervision
3 keypad activated panic alarms
Regular Arming, "Stay" Arming, "Double Stay" Arming, Force "Away" Arming, "One- Key” Regular Arm, "One-Key" Stay Arm,
"One-Key" Exit & Re-arm, "Auto Arming", Key Switch Arming
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1.3
Specifications
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Battery Charger:
Aux. Power:
Bell Output:
AC Input:
PGM Outputs:
Serial Data Output:
350mA with Dynamic Battery Test
400mA, fuseless electronic shutdown at 1A, automatic restore
1A, fuseless electronic shutdown at 3A, automatic restore
16.5Vac, 40VA, 50-60Hz
N.C or N.O. to ground, 50mA maximum
(1200, 1, N) for use with accessory modules (not UL systems)
Specifications may change without prior notice
1.4
Accessories and Keypads
If you would like to obtain more information on the following keypads, security system accessories or other security products,
please contact your local Paradox distributor or come and visit us at our web site http://www.paradox.ca
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Esprit 636 and 646 Keypads
Esprit 642 LCD Keypads
A wide range of analog and digital Motion Detectors
Glass Break Detector
708 Secondary Digital Communicator
ATZ 308 Zone Interface Module
ADP1 Telephone Line Simulator
Swivel Mount Bracket (469)
About Paradox
Paradox Security Systems strives to design and manufacture the best security products money could buy. Our products are of
the highest quality standards and most importantly meet the needs and expectations of our customers.
By refusing to settle for the limitations of existing technology, Paradox makes it clear, we are not interested in mirroring the
products already on the market. Breaking down barriers to better technology is what innovation is all about.
The guiding principle behind Paradox research and development has always been to create security products that make sense.
Whether the situation calls for a full range of "intelligent" and easy to use control panels, efficient peripheral security devices, or
"false alarm free" motion or breaking glass detectors. We are putting all our resources into developing products that reflect our
twin philosophies of innovation and user-friendliness. Now we invite you to reap the benefits.
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PART 2: INSTALLATION
2.1
Location and Mounting
Remove the printed circuit board, mounting hardware and keypad from the packaging inside the panel box. The circuit board
should not be mounted into the back of the cabinet, until all cables are pulled into the cabinet and prepared for connection. Before
mounting the cabinet, push the five white nylon-mounting studs into the back of the cabinet. Select an installation site that is not
easily accessible to intruders. Leave at least 2" around the panel box to permit adequate ventilation and heat dissipation. The
installation site should be dry and close to an AC source, ground connection and telephone line connection.
2.2
Earth Ground
Connect the zone and dialer ground terminals from the control panel to the metallic enclosure and cold water pipe or grounding
rod as per local electrical codes.
For maximum lightning protection, use separate earth grounds for the zone and dialer grounds as shown in
Figure 2.1. For UL installations, the metallic enclosure must be grounded to the cold water pipe or grounding rod.
Figure 2.1: Earth Ground Connection
2.3
AC Power
2.3.1
AC Power
Use a 16.5Vac (50-60Hz) transformer with a minimum 37VA rating to provide sufficient AC power. Do not use any
switch-controlled outlets to power the transformer. UL listed systems require the K12 model T16V40 transformer and
ULC listed systems require Frost model FTC 1637 transformer. Connect the transformer as shown in Figure 2.2.
Do not connect the transformer until or the backup battery until all the wiring is completed.
Figure 2.2: Connecting AC Power
2.3.2
Backup Battery
We recommend connecting a back-up battery to power the control panel, in case of power loss. UL/ULC installations
require the use of a back-up battery. Use a 12Vdc 4Ah / 7Ah rechargeable acid/lead or gel cell battery. Connect the
back-up battery after applying the AC power as shown in Figure 2.3 on page 4. When installing the battery, verify
proper polarity, as reversed connections will blow the battery fuse. Connect the "red" battery lead to the positive battery
terminal, and the "black" battery lead to the negative battery terminal of the control panel.
Figure 2.3: Connecting the Backup Battery
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2.3.3
Auxiliary Power Terminals
The AUX+ and AUX- terminals on the control panel can provide a maximum of 400mA 12Vdc (250mA 12Vdc for 24hr
stand-by on UL/ULC installations). You can use the auxiliary power supply to power the motion detectors, keypads and
other accessories in your security system. Their combined current consumption should not exceed 400mA (see Table
1). The auxiliary supply is microprocessor-protected against current overload and automatically shuts down if the
current exceeds 1A. Auxiliary power will resume once the overload condition has restored and within 1-60 seconds
after performing the dynamic battery test (see below).
Table 1: Current Consumption Table
Modules
Motion Detectors (see detector instructions for details)
636 / 646 LED Keypads
642 LCD Keypads
708 Comm. Module
2.3.4
Current Consumption
Typical
10 to 50mA
15mA
40mA
35mA
Maximum
30mA
55mA
75mA
Battery Test
The control panel conducts a dynamic battery test under load every 60 seconds. If the battery is disconnected, or its
capacity is too low, the [1] key in the trouble display mode will be on. Key [1] also comes "on" if the battery voltage
drops to 10.5 volts or less when the control panel is running on the back-up battery (no AC). At 8.5 volts, the panel
shuts down and all outputs close.
2.3.5
Keypad Function Test
We recommend conducting a "power-up" test on keypads installed far from the control panel. To do so temporarily
connect the keypads near the control panel and connect the transformer. After 10 seconds, begin entering random
commands on the keypad and verify that the keypad "beeps" in response to these commands. Then open a zone to
ensure that the keypad and the control panel are responding to these signals. If the keypad does not respond and
indicator lights do not illuminate, verify that approximately 16Vac is present at the "AC" terminals. If AC is present,
check the keypad wiring and verify there isn't a short between the "black" and "red" keypad wires. If the keypad does
not respond, please contact your local Paradox Distributor.
2.4
Telephone Line Connection
Connect the incoming telephone company wires into the tip and ring connections of the control panel. Then run the wires from T1 and R-1 to the telephone system as shown in Figure 2.4 on page 5.
Figure 2.4: Telephone Line Connection
2.5
Bell / Siren Output
The BELL+ and BELL- terminals, power bells and/or other warning devices requiring a steady voltage output during an alarm. The
bell output supplies 12Vdc upon alarm and can support two 20-watt sirens or one 30-watt siren. The bell output is
microprocessor-controlled and will automatically shut down if the current exceeds 3A. If the load on the bell terminals returns to
normal, the processor will resume power to the bell terminals upon generation of another alarm. When connecting sirens
(speakers with built-in siren drivers) please verify correct polarity. Connect the positive lead to the BELL+ terminal and the
negative lead to the BELL- terminal of the control panel as shown in Figure 2.5 on page 6.
2.5.1
Alarm Relay Outputs (Optional)
The alarm relay output is a single pole 5A relay with double throw dry contacts that follows the bell/siren alarm output
(see section 2.5).
If the Bell/Siren output is not being used, connect a 1k9 resistor across the BELL+ and BELL- terminals.
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Figure 2.5: Bell / Siren Output Connection
2.6
Programmable Outputs (PGMs)
The 728 series control panels include one fully programmable output (PGM). When a specific event or condition occurs in the
system, a PGM can be used to reset smoke detectors, activate strobe lights, open/close garage doors and much more. The PGM
provides a maximum 50mA output. If the current draw on a PGM output is to exceed 50mA, we recommend the use of a relay as
show in Figure 2.6. The PGM can be programmed to toggle on and off from more than a thousand different events. For example,
the PGM can open and close an automatic garage door by pressing keys [1] and [2] simultaneously on the keypad. For details on
how to program the PGM, refer to PGM (PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUT) on page 33.
Figure 2.6: Connecting the PGM output
2.7
Keypad and Keyswitch Connections
Connect the four keypad connections labeled RED, BLACK, GREEN and YELLOW to the corresponding colour terminals on the
control panel as indicated in Figure 2.7 below. Note, on some keypads you may have to remove the back panel to make the
connections. Connect the keyswitch to the GRN and BLK terminals of the control panel as shown in Figure 2.7 below. To enable
this function please refer to section 8.5 on page 31 and section 11.8 on page 40 for more information on keyswitches.
Figure 2.7: Keypad and Keyswitch Connections
2.8
Keypad Zone Connections
Each keypad comes with one input terminal, allowing you to connect one detector or door contact directly to the keypad.
Example: A door contact located at the entry point of an establishment can be wired directly to the input terminal of the entry point
keypad instead of wiring the door contact all the way to the control panel.
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Figure 2.8: Connecting One Keypad Zone
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Regardless of the number of keypads in the system,
the control panel supports a maximum of two
keypad zones.
Note: If using two keypad zones, one keypad
must be defined as keypad zone 1 while the
other must be defined as keypad zone 2 (see
Figure 2.9 on page 7).
Unless you are using a 639 LCD keypad with the
ATZ (zone doubling) feature enabled, in which case
the LCD will automatically define the keypad zones.
The control panel will recognize these added zones
as shown in Table 2 on page 8.
Example: A security installation is comprised of five
keypads. Of these five keypads only two can have
their zone input terminals enabled (see Figure 2.9
on page 7). The other three keypads must have
their zone input terminals disabled as described
below.
In the control panel, enable Keypad
Supervision at address 090.
Key [11] ON = Keypad Zone 1
LED KEYPADS:
(J1) Zone select jumper OFF
(J2) EOL select jumper ON
639 LCD KEYPADS:
Address 032; Key [2] OFF
642 LCD KEYPADS:
Keypad Programming Mode
Option [2] (Keypad Options); Key [3] OFF
Figure 2.9: Connecting Two Keypad Zones Using Two Keypads
In the control panel, enable
keypad supervision at address
090: keys [11] and [12] ON
KEYPAD ZONE 1:
LED KEYPAD:
(J1) Zone select jumper OFF
(J2) EOL select jumper ON
639 LCD KEYPADS:Keypad address 032;
key [2] OFF
642 LCD KEYPADS:Keypad programming mode
Option [2] (keypad Options)
key [3] OFF
Since the 639 LED keypad has the ATZ (zone
doubling) feature, two detection devices can be
connected to one input terminal. Each device will
be assigned a zone (see Table 2 on page 8) and
each will transmit a separate alarm code,
therefore, capable of adding one or two zones to
your security system.
KEYPAD ZONE 2:
LED KEYPAD:
(J1) Zone select jumper ON
(J2) EOL select jumper ON
639 LCD KEYPADS:Keypad address 032;
key [2] ON
642 LCD KEYPADS:Keypad programming mode
Option [2] (keypad Options)
key [3] ON
Figure 2.10: Connecting Two Keypad Zones639 LCD Keypad Only
Example: A security installation is comprised of
three 616 keypads and two 639 LCD keypads.
You can enable the ATZ (Zone Doubling) feature
on one of the 639 keypads, providing you with 2
zones on one keypad input terminal (see Figure
2.10 on page 7). The remaining four keypads
must have their input terminals disabled as
described on page 8.
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Disabling 636 and 646 Keypad Zones:
If the keypad zone input terminal is not being used, disable it by shorting the blue zone wire with the black “com” wire of the
keypad.
Disabling 642 Keypad Zones:
If the keypad zone input terminal is not being used, disable it by shorting the zone and com terminals of the keypad with a 1k9
resistor.
Table 2: Keypad Zone Recognition Table
If using an LED keypad, set the Zone Select Jumper (J1) on the back of the keypad:
Zone Select Jumper J1 OFF = Keypad Zone 1
Zone Select Jumper J2 ON = Keypad Zone 2
Note: If the Zone Select Jumper is changed, the control panel will only recognize the change
when the keypad is disconnected and reconnected.
If using a 639 LCD Keypad with ATZ disabled (Address 032; Key [1] OFF), program the keypad
definition as follows:
639 LCD Keypad Address 032; Key [2] OFF = Keypad Zone 1
639 LCD Keypad Address 032; Key [2] ON = Keypad Zone 2
If using a 642 LCD Keypad, program the keypad definition as follows:
Keypad Programming Mode, option [2] (Keypad Options); Key [3] OFF = Keypad Zone 1
Keypad Programming Mode, option [2] (Keypad Options); Key [3] ON = Keypad Zone 2
The control panel will display open keypad zones as follows:
728+ (ATZ disabled)
728+ (ATZ enabled)
Keypad Zone 1 = Zone 5
Keypad Zone 1 = Zone 9
Keypad Zone 2 = Zone 6
Keypad Zone 2 = Zone 10
2.9
Connecting a Tamper Switch on a Keypad
Figure 2.11: Connecting a Tamper switch on a Keypad
NOTE: To connect the keypad’s
tamper switch, simply connect
the keypad as shown
below. If the cover is removed
when the system is armed, the
keypad will send a zone
open and the control panel will
generate an alarm.
Once the keypad zones have been defined you must enable "Keypad Zone Supervision" (see section 7.13 and section 7.14 on
page 28) in the control panel.
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2.10
Single Zone Input Terminal Connections
The system hardware recognizes the following single zone input terminal connections. For more information on programming the
options mentioned below see ZONE DEFINITIONS on page 25.
2.10.1
N.C. Contacts, Without EOL Resistor
If your security installation does not require tamper or wire fault detection, connect the detection devices and program
the control panel as shown in Figure 2.12. This setup will communicate an open or closed zone to the control panel,
displaying open zones on the keypad. Do not use devices with N.O. contacts in this setup, as this will cause the control
panel to remain in alarm.
Figure 2.12: N.C. Contacts, without EOL Resistor
Address 088, [MEM] = ON (EOL resistor disabled)
[10] = OFF
Tamper/Wire Fault disabled.
[11] = OFF
Address 090, [8] = OFF (ATZ disabled)
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N.O. and N.C. Contacts, With EOL Resistor (UL/ULC)
If your security installation does not require tamper or wire fault recognition but some detection devices will use
normally open contacts. Connect all detection devices using a 1k9 end of line (EOL) resistor and program the control
panel as shown in Figure 2.13. This setup will communicate an open or closed zone to the control panel, displaying
open zones on the keypad.
Figure 2.13: N.O. and N.C. Contacts, with EOL Resistor (UL/ULC)
Address 088, [MEM] = ON (EOL resistor disabled)
[10] = OFF
Tamper/Wire Fault disabled.
[11] = OFF
Address 090, [8] = OFF (ATZ disabled)
UL/ULC Configuration
2.10.3
N.C. Contacts, Without EOL Resistor, With Tamper Recognition
If your security installation requires tamper recognition, all detection devices must use normally closed contacts.
Connect the devices and program the control panel as shown in Figure 2.14 on page 9. This setup will communicate
an open or closed zone to the control panel, displaying open zones on the keypad. The control panel will also
communicate any detected tampers (cuts) as per Tamper / Wire Fault Recognition Options on page 36 (section 10.7).
Figure 2.14: N.C. Contacts, without EOL Resistor, with Tamper Recognition
Address 088, [MEM] = ON (EOL resistor disabled)
[10] =
Refer to section 10.7 on page 36.
[11] =
Address 090, [8] = OFF (ATZ disabled)
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2.10.4
N.C. Contacts, With EOL Resistor, With Tamper and Wire Fault Recognition (UL/ULC)
If your security installation requires tamper (cut) and wire fault (short) recognition, all detection devices must use
normally closed contacts. Connect the devices and program the control panel as shown in figure 15. This setup will
communicate an open or closed zone to the control panel, displaying open zones on the keypad. The control panel will
also communicate any detected tampers (cuts) and/or wire faults (short) as per Tamper / Wire Fault Recognition
Options on page 36 (section 10.7).
Figure 2.15: N.C. Contacts, with EOL Resistor, with Tamper and Wire Fault Recognition (UL/ULC)
Address 088, [MEM] = OFF (EOL resistor enabled)
[10] =
Refer to section 10.7 on page 36.
[11] =
Address 090, [8] = OFF (ATZ disabled)
2.11
Advanced Technology Zone (ATZ) Connections
Enabling the ATZ feature (see section 7.2 on page 26) allows you install two detection devices per input terminal, therefore,
doubling zone capacity of the control panel. Advanced Technology Zoning is a software-oriented feature, there is no need for
extra modules, simply install the devices as shown in Figure 2.17 to Figure 2.19 on page 11. The control panel will recognize the
installed devices as shown in Figure 2.16. The extra zones function exactly like any other zone displaying zone status on the
keypad and sending separate alarm codes for each zone. For more information on programming the options mentioned in the
following sections refer to see ZONE DEFINITIONS on page 25.
Figure 2.16: Zone Recognition for the 728+ Control Panel with ATZ Enabled
2.11.1
N.C. Contacts, Without EOL Resistor
If your security installation does not require tamper or wire fault recognition but you are using the ATZ feature, connect
the detection devices and program the control panel as shown in Figure 2.17 below. Do not use devices with normally
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open contacts, as this will cause the system to remain in alarm. This setup will communicate the status of each device
to the control panel (see Figure 2.16 on page 10), displaying open zones on the keypad.
Figure 2.17: N.C. Contacts, without EOL Resistor
Address 088, [MEM] = ON (EOL resistor disabled)
[10] = OFF
Tamper/Wire Fault disabled.
[11] = OFF
Address 090, [8] = ON (ATZ enabled)
2.11.2
N.C. Contacts, Without EOL Resistor, With Tamper Recognition
If your security installation requires tamper recognition and you are using the ATZ feature, connect the detection
devices and program the control panel as shown in Figure 2.18 below. Do not use devices with normally open
contacts, as this will cause the zone to remain open. This setup will communicate the status of each zone to the control
panel (see Figure 2.16 on page 10), displaying open zones on the keypad. The control panel will also communicate
any detected tampers (cuts) on the system as per Tamper / Wire Fault Recognition Options on page 36 (section 10.7).
Figure 2.18: N.C. Contacts, without EOL Resistor, with Tamper Recognition
Address 088, [MEM] = ON (EOL resistor disabled)
[10] =
Refer to section 10.7 on page 36.
[11] =
Address 090, [8] = ON (ATZ enabled)
2.11.3
N.C. Contacts, With EOL Resistor, With Tamper & Wire Fault Recognition (UL/ULC)
If your system requires tamper (cut) and wire fault (short) recognition, connect two detection devices to one input
terminal with a 1k9 end of line (EOL) resistor and program the control panel as shown in Figure 2.19. Do not use
devices with normally open contacts, this will cause the zone to remain open. This setup will communicate the status of
each zone to the control panel (see Figure 2.19 below), displaying open zones on the keypad. Any tampers (cuts) and/
or wire fault (shorts) detected on the system are communicated as per Tamper / Wire Fault Recognition Options on
page 36 (section 10.7).
Figure 2.19: N.C. Contacts, with EOL Resistor, with Tamper and Wire Fault Recognition (UL/ULC)
Address 088, [MEM] = OFF (EOL resistor enabled)
[10] =
Refer to section 10.7 on page 36.
[11] =
Address 090, [8] = ON (ATZ enabled)
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2.12
Fire Circuit
Figure 2.20:
If your security installation requires the use of smoke detectors, define zone 3 as a "24-hour" fire zone;
please refer to section 7.5 on page 26.
2.12.1
Standard Installation
Connect the smoke detectors to zone 3 as shown in Figure 2.20. Note that a fire zone must
use a 1k9 EOL resistor. If there is a line short or if the smoke detector becomes active,
whether the system is armed or disarmed, the control panel will generate an alarm. If the line
is "open", the control panel will send a "fire loop" trouble report to the central station and
trouble indicator, key [11], will appear in the keypad’s trouble display.
2.12.2
UL/ULC Installation
For UL/ULC installations, use a 4-wire, latching, smoke detector (UL - Falcon Model
5454, ULC - BRK Model 2412). To supervise the power supply, install an "end of line"
relay (Model MR3). Connect the smoke detectors and relay as shown in Figure 2.21.
In the event power is interrupted the relay will cause a FIRE TROUBLE report to be
generated (see section 7.5 on page 26).
Figure 2.21:
To reset (unlatch) the smoke detectors after an alarm, momentarily interrupt power to
the detectors. To do so, verify that the negative (-) of the smoke detectors is
connected to a PGM. Set the PGM for "Timed N.C." (normally closed), and program
the PGM to "open" when any two keys on the keypad are pressed simultaneously.
For more information on programming the PGM, see PGM (PROGRAMMABLE
OUTPUT) on page 33.
Example: To program the PGM to conduct a smoke detector reset when the [CLEAR]
and [ENTER] keys are pressed at the same time (see PGM (PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUT) on page 33).
Address 039 = [BYP] [2ND]
Address 040 = [5] [10]
Address 042 = [2ND] [6]
Address 056 = [10] [10] [4]
All smoke detectors must be connected using a daisy chain configuration.
2.12.3
SerialOutput Connector
The four-pin Serial Output Connector is used to connect additional devices such as the 708DVACS communicator, the
Esprint printing module and the SRI-18 PGM Expander Module to the control panel. To use the output connector, the
PGM must be disabled. To disable the PGM, program [2ND] [2ND] into addresses 039, 040 and 042. For serial output
connector specifications, refer to section 1.3 on page 3.
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PART 3: ACCESS CODES
3.1
Installer Code
Streamline - Section 00 D Hexa Programming - Addresses 000-002
Default: 282828
Only the installer code allows you to program all control panel settings, except the Master and User codes. To program any
setting in the control panel you must enter the programming mode by pressing the [ENTER] key followed by the installer code. The
installer code contains six digits and each digit can be any value from 0 to 9. Although the control panel can accept 4-digit codes,
when programming the installer code, always enter six digits. To change the installer code press:
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [10] [10] + First 2 digits + [10] [10] [1] + Next 2 digits + [10] [10] [2] + Final 2 digits + [ENTER]
3.2
Master and User Codes
Default Master Code: 474747
You can not use the installer code to program the master and user codes. Only the master and user 1 codes can program these
access codes (See section 11.1 on page 38).
3.3
User / Access Code Length
Feature Select Programming D Address 088, key [9]
Default: 6-digit Access Codes
When programming user codes an option for either 4-digit or 6-digit access codes can be programmed. When the 4-digit option is
selected, entering a 4-digit code will allow the person access. Using the 6-digit option, entering 6 digits is required to allow
access.
Key [9] "OFF": 6-digit Access Codes
Key [9] "ON": 4-digit Access Codes
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [8] [8] + [9] ON/OFF + [ENTER] twice
3.4
Duress
Feature Select Programming D Address 090, key [10]
Default: Duress Disabled
When unwillingly forced to disarm a system, a User can enter the User Code #48 instead of their usual code. This code will
disarm the system and send a silent alert (Duress Code) to the Central.
Key [10] "OFF": Duress Disabled
Key [10] "ON": Duress Enabled
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [9] [10] + [10] ON/OFF + [ENTER] twice
3.5
Installer Lock
Decimal Programming D Address 058
Default: Address Empty
Program 147 into address 058 to lock all programming. Hence, performing a hardware reset (see section 10.12 on page 37) will
not affect the current settings. To remove the installer lock, enter any value besides 147.
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PART 4: PROGRAMMING METHODS
The 728 series control panels can be programmed using either the keypad or the Espload Software. We highly recommend
programming the control panels using the Espload Software, as it simplifies the process and reduces the potential of data entry
errors. You can also program the control panels manually by using a keypad.
4.1
Espload Software
With the Espload Software, you can program the 728 series control panels remotely via modem or locally using an ADP-1
adapter. The advanced Espload software can execute fast uploads or downloads and provides many powerful features. These
include a comprehensive "monitoring" mode to oversee all panel activity, a "scheduler" to initiate pre-programmed tasks at set
intervals, and a "batch" mode to carry out pre-programmed tasks following a call from the control panel. Using Espload there is no
limit to the number of account files or panel defaults created and you can assign thousands of programming combinations to the
PGM outputs. Espload can also be converted to the language of your choice. Contact your local Paradox Distributor for your free
copy of the Espload software.
4.2
Keypad
When programming, use the supplied "Programming Guide" to keep track of which addresses were programmed and how.
Before you begin programming the control panel, we recommend you read Parts 5 through 11 of this manual in order to acquire a
good understanding of the control panel and its many features. When programming with the keypad, certain addresses are
programmed using different methods. These methods are described in detail below. Each section in this manual will reference
the appropriate programming method.
4.2.1
Hexa Programming
Figure 4.1: Hexa Programming
Addresses 000 to 043 and 300 to 527 are
programmed using the Hexa
Programming method. In this mode, you
can enter any hexa-digit from 0 - F where
keys [1] to [9] represent digits 1 to 9
respectively; the other keys represent
hexa-digits A to F as shown in Figure 4.1.
To program using the Hexa Programming
method:
1. Press [ENTER] + Installer Code.
2. The [ENTER] key will flash indicating
you are in programming mode.
3. Enter the desired 3-digit address.
4. The keypad will display the 2-digit data
currently saved at this address as
described in Figure 4.1.
5. Enter 2-digit data; after entering data
you do not need to press enter, the software will automatically save the data
into the selected address.
6. Return to step 2 to continue programming or press [CLEAR] to exit programming mode.
4.2.2
Hexa Streamlined Section Programming
This is an alternate method to Hexa
Programming. The addresses (000-043
and 300-527) programmed in the Hexa
Programming method are grouped into 67
sections where each section contains four
addresses (i.e. section 00 = addresses
000-003). Using this method allows you to program 8 digits (4 addresses) without having to exit and re-enter
addresses. When entering the final digit, the software will automatically advance to the next section.
Example: If you complete the "Programming Guide" with the desired data, you can program the 68 sections by
entering all digits without pressing [ENTER] or entering any other addresses. This greatly reduces programming time.
Note: the keypad will not display the current data in the Hexa Streamlined Programming method. To program
using the Hexa Streamlined Section method:
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press [ENTER] + Installer code + [7].
The [ENTER] and [2ND] keys will flash to indicate you are in streamlined programming mode.
Enter 2-digit section (00-67).
The [ENTER] key will remain on and the [2ND] key will turn off.
Enter 8-digit data to program the section.
The keypad will "beep" to indicate that the section has been programmed, data is saved and the software has
advanced to the next section.
7. Return to step 4 to continue programming or press [CLEAR] to exit programming mode.
4.2.3
Decimal Programming
Figure 4.2: Decimal Display For LED Keypads
Addresses 044 to 061 are programmed
using the Decimal Programming method.
Values entered must contain three digits
from 000 to 255 (where the [10] key = 0).
To program using the Decimal
Programming method:
1. Press [ENTER] + Installer Code.
2. The [ENTER] key will flash to indicate
you are in programming mode.
3. Enter 3-digit address (044-061).
4. The keypad will now display the current
3-digit data currently saved at this
address as described in Figure 4.2.
5. Enter 3-digit data (decimal) value; after
entering data you do not need to press
[ENTER], the software will automatically
save the data into the selected
address.
6. Return to step 2 to continue programming or press [CLEAR] to exit programming mode.
4.2.4
Feature Select Programming
Addresses 062 to 126 are programmed using the Feature Select Programming method. In this method, every key in
each address on the keypad represents an option or feature. Pressing a key will display it on the keypad and pressing
it again will extinguish the key. The ON/OFF status of each key determines the selected feature. To program using the
Feature Select Programming method:
Press [ENTER] + Installer Code.
The [ENTER] key will flash to indicate you are in programming mode.
Enter 3-digit address (062-126).
After entering the address, the keypad will display the feature selection status. The ON/OFF status of the keys
determines the selected features as described in the "Programming Guide" and in the appropriate sections of this
manual. Turn the keys ON/OFF by pressing the appropriate key until the desired options are set. Then press the
[ENTER] key to accept, there will be a confirmation "beep" indicating the options have been accepted. The [ENTER]
key will flash to indicate that the software is awaiting the next address entry.
5. Return to step 3 to continue programming or press [CLEAR] to exit programming mode.
1.
2.
3.
4.
4.2.5
Key Access Programming
This method allows for quick programming of features without entering addresses or section numbers. The following
features are programmed using the installer code as well as the master and user 1 codes.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Installer Test Mode: see section 10.9 on page 37.
Auto Arm Time: see section 8.1.1 on page 30.
Answer Espload: see section 5.6 on page 17.
Call Espload: see section 5.5 on page 17.
Cancel Communication: see section 5.7 on page 17.
Manual Test Report: see section 6.8 on page 24.
Panel Time: see section 10.5 on page 36.
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PART 5: PANEL SETTINGS FOR ESPLOAD
5.1
Panel Answer Options
Streamline - Section 00 D Hexa Programming - Address 003
Default: Answering Machine Override Disabled (Maximum 8 rings)
The following two options will define how the control panels answer an incoming call from a computer using the Espload software.
In order for the Espload software to remotely communicate with the control panel, call the installation site twice using the Espload
Software. To do so, program the first digit in address 003 with any value from 1 to F (see Table 3 below), this value represents the
delay period the control panel will wait between the first and second call. Using the Espload software, call the installation site and
on the second ring press [ENTER] on the keyboard to hang-up. After hanging up, the Espload software will immediately call the
installation site back. If the installation site is called back within the programmed delay period, the control panel will override the
answering machine or service by picking-up on the first ring. To disable this option program [2ND] or [1] as the first digit in
address 003.
Example: A security installation is using an answering machine set to answer after 3 rings, the first digit at address 003 has been
programmed with 5 (40 sec.) and the second digit has been programmed with 8. When you call the installation site with the
Espload software the first time, wait two rings and press [ENTER] on the keyboard. The Espload software will immediately call the
installation site back. If the second call is made within 40 seconds, the panel will pick up the line on the first ring. If it takes more
than 40 seconds, the panel will not answer on the first ring and the answering machine will answer after three rings.
Table 3: Answering Machine Override Options
[2ND] or [1] = Answering Machine Override disabled
[2] = 16 seconds
[4] = 32 seconds
[3] = 24 seconds
[5] = 40 seconds
[6] = 48 seconds
[7] = 56 seconds
[8] or [TBL] / [TRBL] = 60 seconds
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [10] [3] + 1st digit + 2nd digit (1-15 rings) + [ENTER]
The second digit represents the number of rings the control panel will wait before picking-up the line. If the line is not answered
after the number of re-programmed rings, the control panel will answer the call. Note the control panel resets the "ring" counter
every 64 seconds. Therefore, if someone or an answering machine answers a call before the number of pre-programmed rings
has elapsed, the control panel will keep the number of rings in memory for 64 seconds. If you hang-up and call the installation site
back within 64 seconds, the control panel will continue to count the number of rings from the first call. After reaching the total
number of rings, the control panel will answer the call. The number of rings can be set from 1 to 15 by programming the second
digit at address 003 with any hexa-digit from 1 to F. Program the second digit with [2ND] to disable this option.
Example: Address 003 = [2ND] [8]. Using the Espload software, you call an installation site where there is no answering machine
or service and no one is home. Since there is no one to answer the telephone call, the control panel will pick-up the line on the
eighth ring. If someone happens to be home and answers the telephone, say, after three rings, the control panel will keep the
three rings in memory for 64 seconds. If you hang-up and call back the installation site within 64 seconds the control panel will
answer the call on the fifth ring. If you call back after 64 seconds the "ring" counter will have been reset and the control panel will
answer the call on the eighth ring.
If you program four or less rings, the control panel will always reset the counter.
5.2
Panel Identifier
Streamline - Section 01 D Hexa Programming - Addresses 004-005
This four-digit code identifies the control panel to the Espload software before initiating upload. Program the same 4-digit code
into the control panel and the Espload software before attempting to establish communication. If the codes do not match, the
control panel will not establish communication. Enter any hexa digits from 0 to F.
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [10] [4] + First 2 digits + [10] [10] [5] + Final 2 digits + [ENTER]
5.3
PC Password
Streamline - Section 01 D Hexa Programming - Addresses 006-007
This four-digit download password identifies the PC to the panel, before beginning the download process. Enter the same
password into the Espload software and the control panel. If the passwords are not the same, Espload will not establish
communication. Enter any hexa digits from 0 to F.
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [10] [6] + First 2 digits + [10] [10] [7] + Final 2 digits + [ENTER]
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5.4
Computer Telephone Number
Streamline Section 02 and 03 D Hexa Programming - Address 008-015
The control panel will dial this telephone number when trying to initiate communication with the PC (see section 5.5 on page 17).
There is no default telephone number and you can enter any number from 0 to 9 up to a maximum of 16 digits. If you would like
to enter any special keys or functions refer to Table 4 on page 19. If the telephone number contains less than 16 digits, press the
[TBL] / [TRBL] key to indicate the end of the telephone number.
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [7] + [10] [2] + Telephone Number (if <16 digits press [TBL] / [TRBL]) + [ENTER]
5.5
Call Espload
Key Access Programming D key [TBL] / [TRBL]
The control panel will dial the telephone number entered at addresses 008-015 (see section 5.4 on page 17) in order to
communicate with the Espload software. The control panel and the computer will verify that the Panel Identifier and the PC
Password match before establishing communication (see section 5.2 and section 5.3 on page 16).
Press [ENTER] + (Installer, Master, or User 1 Code) + [TBL] / [TRBL]
5.6
Answer Espload
Key Access Programming D Key [AWAY]
By entering the code sequence listed below, you can manually force the control panel to answer any incoming calls from the
Espload software. This option can also be used to perform an on-site upload/download by connecting your computer directly to
the control panel using an ADP-1 line adapter and manually answering Espload from the control panel. In Espload go to:
Main Menu D Program Setup D Modem and Printer Configuration
Set "Dialing Condition" to "Blind Dial". Program the panel telephone number in Espload and follow the instructions on the ADP-1
adapter. When the computer has dialed press:
[ENTER] + (Installer, Master, or User 1 Code) + [AWAY]
5.7
Cancel Communication
Key Access Programming D key [STAY]
Use the Installer Code to cancel all communication and erase any unreported events in the buffer until the next reportable event.
Use the Master or User 1 code to cancel communication attempts with Espload.
[ENTER] + (Installer, Master and User 1 Code) + [STAY]
5.8
Call Back
Feature Select Programming D Address 086, key [4]
Default: Call Back Disabled
For additional security, when a PC using the Espload software attempts to communicate with the control panel, the control panel
can hang-up and call the PC back in order to re-verify identification codes and re-establish communication. When the control
panel answers the call, it will verify if the Panel ID and PC Passwords match and if they do, the control panel will hang-up and call
the Espload software back. The Espload software will automatically go into "wait for dial tone", ready to answer when the control
panel calls back. Please note the Computer Telephone Number (see section 5.4 on page 17) must be programmed in order to
use the "Call Back" feature.
Key [4] "OFF": Call Back Disabled
Key [4] "ON": Call Back Enabled
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [8] [6] + [4] ON/OFF + [ENTER] twice
5.9
Automatic Event Buffer Transmission
Feature Select Programming D Address 088, key [2ND]
Default: Automatic Event Buffer Transmission Disabled
When the event buffer reaches 50% capacity, the control panel will make two attempts to establish communication with a PC. The
control panel will call the Computer Telephone Number (see section 5.4 on page 17) programmed at addresses 008 to 015. The
Espload software must be in "wait for dial tone" mode. When the system establishes communication, it will upload the contents of
the event buffer to the Espload software. If communication is interrupted before transmission of the complete contents of the
buffer, or if after two attempts, communication is not established, the system will wait until the event buffer is full before attempting
to re-communicate with Espload. When the Event Buffer is full, each subsequent new event will erase the oldest event in the
buffer.
Key [2ND] "OFF": Automatic Event Buffer Transmission Disabled
Key [2ND] "ON": Automatic Event Buffer Transmission Enabled
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [8] [8] + [2ND] ON/OFF + [ENTER] twice
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PART 6: EVENT REPORTING
Figure 6.1: Event Reporting
NO
Account 1 and 2
Have the same number
YES
Account 1 and 2
Have the same number
or
System A = Account #1
System B = Account #2
Partitioned
Section 08
Addresses
032 to 035
Central Station Telephone Number #1
Sections 04 & 05; Addresses 024 to 031
Phone Number
Central Station Telephone Number #2
Sections 06 & 07; Addresses 024 to 031
Disabled
OFF/OFF
Control panel will never
transmit report codes
Regular
OFF/ON
Alternate between the two Central
Station Numbers until
communication is achieved
beginning with Central #1
RELATED FEATURES
Reporting
Events
When system is in alarm, Central
Station Telephone #1 will be dialed
until communication is achieved
Reporting Options
Address 086
Keys [11] & [12]
Split
ON/OFF
When system is not in alarm,
Central Station Telephone #2 will
be dialed until communication is
achieved
Will send the report code to both
Central Stations starting with
Central #1
Doubled
ON/ON
[2ND] = Ademco Slow
[2] = Silent Knight Fast
Pulse
[3] = SESCOA
Auto Test Report
Addresses 046 to 048
Manual Test Report
[BYP] Key Access
Power Failure Report Delay
Address 054
Recent Close Delay
Address 060
Report Zone Restore Options
Address 088; [BYP]
Report Disarm Option
Address 088; [TBL] / [TRBL]
Valid report codes must be
programmed into the
addresses corresponding
to the reportable events
[4] to [7] = Radionics
Communication
Format
Address 038
1st digit = Central 1
2nd digit = Central 2
Section 11 to 67
Addresses 300 to 527
[1] = 1400Hz to 1800Hz
[8] = Ademco Express
DTMF
(Tone)
[10] = Ademco Contact I.D.
(all codes)
Addresses 300 to 527 do not need to
be programmed
[9] = Ademco Contact I.D.
Programmable
[TRBL] = “No Handshake”
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Valid codes corresponding to the
Contact I.D. table must be programmed
in the addresses corresponding to the
reportable events
6.1
Reporting Options
Feature Select Programming D Address 086, key [11] & [12]
Default: Reporting Disabled
When a specific event occurs in the system, the control panel will attempt to report the appropriate event code (if programmed) to
the Central Station. The four available Reporting Options described in the table below, define where the event codes are
reported. In order to establish communication with the Central Station the control panel will first access a telephone line and wait
a maximum of 8 seconds for a dial tone. If a dial tone is recognized or if after 8 seconds there is no dial tone, the control panel will
dial the appropriate Central Station Telephone Number as defined by the Reporting Options listed in the table below. If
communication is established, the control panel will transmit the events in the event buffer to the Central Station. If
communication fails during transmission, the control panel will dial the next central station telephone number, as defined by the
reporting options listed below, and report only those events not reported during the interrupted attempt. For information on
Reporting Event Codes see section 6.6 on page 22.
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [8] [6] + [11] and [12] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
Table 4: Reporting Options
Key [11]
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
6.1.1
Key [12]
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Reporting Feature
Reporting Disabled
Regular Reporting
Split Reporting
Double Reporting
Reporting Disabled
The Control Panel will never transmit any event codes to the central station.
6.1.2
Regular Reporting
Using regular reporting the event codes are reported to the central station using either telephone number 1 or 2. The
control panel will begin by dialing central station telephone number 1. If communication fails, the dialer will hang up,
wait a predetermined period and dial central station telephone number 2. This sequence will repeat 4 times, switching
back and forth between the 1st and 2nd number (see Figure 6.2 on page 20) until communication is established. After
eight unsuccessful attempts, the redial sequence ends and a "communicator report failure" will appear in the keypad's
trouble display (key [7] "ON"). When the next event occurs (reportable or non-reportable), the control panel will begin
the dialing sequence again.
6.1.3
Split Reporting
When the system is not in alarm, the control panel will report all Event Codes to Central Station Telephone 2. If
communication fails, the dialer will hang-up, wait a predetermined period and dial the number again. The control panel
will dial the number eight times until communication is established (see Figure 6.2 on page 20). After eight
unsuccessful attempts, the redial sequence ends and a "communicator report failure" will appear in the keypad's
trouble display (key [7] "ON"). When the next event occurs (reportable or non-reportable), the control panel will begin
the dialing sequence again.
When the system is in alarm, the control panel will report all Event Codes to Central Station Telephone 1. Any ongoing
communication (upload/download or reporting to Telephone 2) will stop immediately and the panel will dial Telephone
1. If communication fails, the dialer will hang-up, wait a predetermined period and dial the number again. The control
panel will dial the number eight times until communication is established (see Figure 6.2 on page 20). After eight
unsuccessful attempts, the redial sequence ends and a "communicator report failure" will appear in the keypad's
trouble display (key [7] "ON"). When the next event occurs (reportable or non-reportable), the control panel will begin
the dialing sequence again.
6.1.4
Double Reporting
In double reporting, the control panel will report each event code to both central station telephone numbers. The
control panel will begin by attempting communication with central station telephone 1 and if communication fails, the
dialer will hang-up, wait a predetermined period and dial the number again. The control panel will dial the number eight
times until communication is established (see Figure 6.2 on page 20). After eight unsuccessful attempts, the redial
sequence ends and a "communicator report failure" will appear in the keypad's trouble display (key [7] "ON"). If
communication has been established and the event codes transmitted or if after eight attempts communication has not
been established, the control panel will report the same Event Codes to Central Station Telephone 2.
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Figure 6.2: Reporting Options
6.2
Central Station Telephone Number 1
Streamline - Section 04 and 05 D Hexa Programming - Addresses 016-023
The control panel will dial the programmed telephone number when reporting an event code to the central station computer (see
Reporting Options on page 19). For example, if the alarm system is armed and a zone with a motion detector opens, the control
panel may dial the telephone number in order to send the programmed event code to the central station computer. There is no
default telephone number and you can enter any number from 0 to 9 up to a maximum of 16 digits. If you would like to enter any
special keys or functions, refer to Table 5 below. If the telephone number contains less than 16 digits, press the [TBL] / [TRBL] key
to indicate the end of the telephone number.
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [7] + [10] [4] + Telephone Number + [ENTER] or [TBL] / [TRBL] if number is <16 digits
6.3
Central Station Telephone Number 2
Streamline - Section 06 and 07 D Hexa Programming - Addresses 024-031
The control panel can communicate with two central station numbers. The control panel may at times dial the second number
depending on the selected Reporting Options (see section 6.1 on page 19). If the central station does not have a second number,
you must enter the same number as the first. There is no default telephone number and you can enter any number from 0 to 9 up
to a maximum of 16 digits. If you would like to enter any special keys or functions refer to Table 5 below. If the telephone number
contains less than 16 digits, press the [TBL] / [TRBL] key to indicate the end of the telephone number.
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [7] + [10] [6] + Telephone Number + [ENTER] or [TBL] / [TRBL] if number is <16 digits
Table 5: Telephone Number Special Instruction
Enter special instructions in the telephone numbers using these keys:
[10]
= the number “0”
[BYP]
= switch from pulse to tone while dialing
= pause 4 seconds
[11]
=*
[MEM]
[12]
=#
[TBL] / [TRBL] = end of telephone number
Both Central Station Telephone Numbers must be programmed in order for event reporting to function properly.
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6.4
System Account Codes
Streamline - Section 08 D Hexa Programming - Addresses 032-035
All report codes are preceded by a 3 or 4-digit system account code to ensure correct identification to the central station,
identifying from which security system the event originated. For example, if a zone opens, the control panel will first send the
account code followed by the appropriate report code. In a partitioned system, the control panel can send a separate account
code for each system. This will identify to the central station from which partition the report code originated. To do so, program a
different number into each account code. Where account code #1 will represent “System A" and account code #2 will represent
“System B".
If partitioning is disabled, program the same value for both account numbers.
There are no defaults and you can enter any hexa digit from 0 to F. Please note if required, system account codes can have 3
digits. To do so, press the [2ND] key followed by the 3-digit account number.
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [7] + [10] [8] + 4-digit Account Code #1 + 4-digit Account Code #2 + [ENTER]
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [7] + [10] [8] + [2ND] + 3-digit Account Code #1 + [2ND] 3-digit Account Code #2 + [ENTER]
6.5
Communicator Formats
Streamline - Section 09 D Hexa Programming - Address 038
Default: Ademco Slow for both numbers
The following option will determine which format the control panel will use to communicate with the Central Station. You can
select a different communicator format for each Central Station Telephone Number. Using Table 6, select the appropriate
communication format. The first digit represents the Communication Format for Central Station Telephone Number 1 and the
second digit represents the Communication Format for Central Station Telephone Number 2. Below you will find a brief
description of all available Communicator Formats.
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [3] [8] + First digit = (Central Station Telephone #1) + Second digit = (Central Station Telephone
#2) + [ENTER]
Table 6: Communicator Formats
Key
[2ND]
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
= ADEMCO slow (1400Hz, 1900Hz, 10bps)
= (1400Hz, 1800Hz, 10bps)
= SILENT KNIGHT fast (1400Hz, 1900Hz, 20bps)
= SESCOA (2300Hz, 1800Hz, 20bps)
= RADIONICS (40Bps with 1400Hz handshake)
= RADIONICS (40Bps with 2300Hz handshake)
Key
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
[10]
[TBL]
= RADIONICS with PARITY (1400Hz, 40Bps)
= RADIONICS with PARITY (2300Hz, 40Bps)
= * ADEMCO express
= * ADEMCO contact ID (programmable codes)
= * ADEMCO contact ID (all codes)
= * DTMF - no handshake (personal dialing)
* = 4-digit account codes only
6.5.1
Ademco Contact ID (all codes)
Please note that this format must use a 4-digit system account code (see section 6.4 on page 21). Ademco Contact ID
is a fast communicator format that uses tone transmission instead of pulse transmission. This communicator format
also uses a pre-defined list of industry standard messages and event codes that should suit most of your basic
installation needs. Using the "All Codes" format, the control panel will automatically generate the Contact ID event
codes (see Table 7 below) for every event in addresses 300 to 527. Therefore, you do not need to program addresses
300 to 527.
Table 7: Contact ID Event Codes
System Event
Event Code Addresses
Alarms / Restores
400 to 447
Alarm / Restore on Zone 3 if “24hr.”
Arm / Disarm
403, 426
301 to 349 / 351 to 399
Contact ID Message
Burglary Zone #
Contact ID Code #
130
Fire Alarm
110
Open / Close By User #
401
Zone Shutdown
448 to 471
Burglary Bypass #
573
Zone Tamper
472 to 495
Sensor Tamper
383
383
Zone Tamper Reset
510
Sensor Tamper
Auxiliary Power Trouble
496 and 504
System Trouble
300
Bell Disconnect / Max. Current Trouble
497 and 505
Bell 1 Trouble
321
302
Low Battery
498 and 506
Low System Battery
AC Fail
499 and 507
AC Loss
301
Fire Loop Trouble
500 and 508
Fire Loop Trouble
373
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Table 7: Contact ID Event Codes
Timer Loss / Timer Programmed
Time / Date Reset
625
TLM Trouble Restore
501 and 509
511
Telco 1 Fault
351
Test Report
512
Periodic Test
602
Panic #1 (keys 1 and 3)
513
Panic Alarm
120
100
Panic #2 (keys 4 and 6)
514
Medical
Panic #3 (keys 7 and 9)
515
Fire Alarm
110
Duress
520
Duress
121
Late to Close or No Movement
Partial Arming
516 and 517
518
Late to Open / Close
404
Bypass
570
Recent Close
519
Open / Close
400
Espload Log-In
524
Remote Access
410
Program Change
525
Program Changed
306
6.5.2
Ademco Contact ID (programmable codes)
Please note that this format must use a 4-digit system account code (see section 6.4 on page 21). Ademco Contact ID
is a fast communicator format that uses tone transmission instead of pulse transmission. Use the Ademco Contact
event list of industry standard messages and event codes found in the programming guide to program the desired
event codes into addresses 300 to 527.
6.5.3
Ademco Express
This high-speed reporting format communicates 2-digit (00 to FF) events programmed at addresses 300 to 527 at a
speed of 2 seconds per event. Unlike other Ademco formats, the Contact ID Event Codes are not used. Please note
this format must use a 4-digit system account code (see section 6.4 on page 21).
6.5.4
DTMF - no handshake
This format is the same as the Ademco contact ID (programmable codes) except there is no verification of the report
code sent (no handshake). Use this format in reporting situations where a central station receiver is not connected to
the telephone number. It is also useful for personal reporting where a "handshake" is not required. For example, in
"double reporting" mode, the first central station number can be connected to a receiver, while the second can be used
for personal reporting using "no handshake" format. The panel will make two attempts to call the "no handshake"
number. Please note this format must use a 4-digit system account code (see section 6.4 on page 21).
6.5.5
Standard Pulse Formats
The control panel supports the following pulse reporting formats (see Table 6 on page 21): Ademco slow, Silent Knight,
Sescoa, and Radionics.
6.6
Reporting Event Codes
Streamline - Sections 11 to 67 D Hexa Programming - Addresses 300-527
An Event Code is a 2-digit hexadecimal value, consisting of numbers from 00-FF. Each address between 300 and 527 represents
a specific event, as described below and in the "Programming Guide". When an event occurs in the system, the control panel will
attempt to transmit the 2-digit Event Code programmed at the corresponding address to the central station. The method of Event
Code transmission is dependent on the Communicator Formats (see section 6.5 on page 21) and the Reporting Options (see
section 6.1 on page 19).
Note: You do not need to program addresses 300-527 if using the Ademco Contact I.D. (all codes) format. If you plan to
program most of the event code addresses, we suggest you use the Hexa Streamlined Section Programming Method as
described in section 4.2.2 on page 14. Otherwise, use the Hexa Programming Method as described in section 4.2.1 on page 14.
6.6.1
Arming Codes
Streamline - Sections 11 to 23 D Hexa Programming - Addresses 300-349
Whenever the system is armed, the control panel will send the programmed event code to the Central Station
identifying who or how the system was armed.
6.6.2
Disarming Codes
Streamline - Sections 23 to 35 D Hexa Programming - Addresses 350-399
Whenever the system is disarmed, the control panel will send the programmed event code to the Central Station
identifying who disarmed the system.
6.6.3
Alarm Codes
Streamline - Section 36 to 39 D Hexa Programming - Addresses 400-413
Whenever an alarm occurs, the control panel will send the programmed event code to the Central Station identifying
which zone generated an alarm.
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6.6.4
Restore Codes
Streamline - Sections 42 to 45 D Hexa Programming - Addresses 424-437
The control panel will send the programmed event code to the Central Station as soon as the zone closes after having
generated an alarm or as soon as the zone closes after bell cut-off. For more information, please see Report Zone
Restore Options in section 6.11 on page 24.
6.6.5
Shutdown Codes
Streamline - Sections 48 to 51 D Hexa Programming - Addresses 448-461
If the Auto Zone Shutdown (see section 7.11.1 on page 28) feature is enabled, the control panel will send the
programmed event code to the Central Station identifying which zones were shutdown.
6.6.6
Tamper / Trouble Codes
Streamline - Sections 54 to 55 D Hexa Programming - Addresses 472-478
If the Tamper/Wire Fault Recognition Options are disabled (see section 10.7 on page 36), the control panel will never
transmit these event codes. Otherwise, whenever a tamper occurs on a zone, the control panel will send the
programmed Event Code to the Central Station. With Advanced Technology Zoning (ATZ) enabled (see section 7.2 on
page 26) each Tamper Code address will represent two zones (e.g. Tamper 1 = zones 1 & 2, Tamper 2 = zones 3 & 4,
etc.). The control panel will send the programmed Event Code when a tamper occurs on either zone.
Table 8: Tamper/Trouble Zone Recognition
Without ATZ
[472] - Tamper 1 = Input 1 / Zone 1
[473] - Tamper 2 = Input 2 / Zone 2
[474] - Tamper 3 = Input 3 / Zone 3
[475] - Tamper 4 = Input 4 / Zone 4
6.6.7
With ATZ
[472] - Tamper 1 = Input 1 / Zones 1 and 2
[473] - Tamper 2 = Input 2 / Zones 3 and 4
[474] - Tamper 3 = Input 3 / Zones 5 and 6
[475] - Tamper 4 = Input 4 / Zones 7 and 8
Trouble / Restore Codes
Streamline - Sections 60 to 63 D Hexa Programming - Addresses 496-511
Each of the these addresses represent a specific trouble or restore condition. The control panel will report the
appropriate event code to the central station when one of the following conditions occurs or after the condition has
returned to normal.
496 504 497 505 498 506 499 507 500 508 501 509 502 to 503 510 511 -
6.6.8
Max. Auxiliary Current: the current draw from auxiliary is greater than or equal to 1A.
Max. Auxiliary Current Restore
Bell Disconnect/Max. Bell Current: Bell is disconnected or Bell current is greater than or equal to 3A.
Bell Disconnect Restore: No restore code for bell current.
Battery Disconnect/Low Voltage: Battery disconnected or battery voltage less than or equal to 10.5V.
Battery Disconnect/Low Voltage Restore
Power Failure: Voltage on AC input is less than or equal to 12.5V.
Power Failure Restore
Fire Loop Trouble: A tamper occurs on a fire zone (Zone 3/24hr.).
Fire Loop Trouble Restore
Timer Loss: The control panel detects a loss in the panel timer.
Timer Programmed
Reserved for Future Use
All Tamper/Trouble Codes (see section 6.6.6 on page 23) have returned to "normal".
TLM Trouble Restore: Telephone line has restored after the TLM (see section 10.1 on page 35) has
detected the loss of a telephone line.
Special Codes
Streamline - Sections 64 to 67 D Hexa Programming - Addresses 512-527
Each address represents a special condition in the system. When one of these special conditions occur, the control
panel will report the event code associated with the address.
512 513 514 515 516 517 518 -
Test Report: The test report has been activated either manually (see section 6.8 on page 24) or
automatically (see section 6.7 on page 24).
Panic 1: Keys [1] and [3] are pressed to activate a Panic 1 alarm
Panic 2: Keys [4] and [6] are pressed to activate a Panic 2 alarm
Panic 3: Keys [7] and [9] are pressed to activate a Panic 3 alarm
For more information on Keypad Panic Options see section 10.4 on page 35.
Late To Close: "Timed" Auto Arming is enabled (see section 8.1 on page 30) and the system has not
automatically armed itself at the specified time.
No Movement: "No Movement" Auto Arming is enabled (see section 8.2 on page 30) and no movement
has occurred for the designated amount of time.
Partial Arming: Whenever the system is "Away" armed, "Stay" armed, or armed while one or more zones
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are bypassed.
Recent Close: An alarm occurs shortly after the system has been armed, refer to Recent Close Delay in
section 6.10 on page 24.
520 Duress: The Duress feature is enabled (see section 3.4 on page 13) and a User disarms the system
using the User Code #48.
524 Log-In (Espload): Espload software is used to communicate with the Control Panel.
525 Program Change: The installer code is used to enter the programming mode
521 to 523 - Reserved for Future Use
526 to 527 - Reserved for Future Use
519 -
6.7
Auto Test Report
Decimal Programming D Addresses 046-048
Default: Auto Test Report Disabled
The report code programmed at address 512 will be reported to the central station after the number of days programmed at
address 046 and the time programmed at address 047 (hours) and 048 (minutes) has elapsed. To disable this feature, program
000 at address 046. Also note that if [2ND] is programmed at address 512 nothing will be reported.
[enter] + Installer Code + [10] [4] [6] + 3 digits (days) + [10] [4] [7] + 3 digits (hours) + [10] [4] [8] + 3 digits (minutes) + [ENTER]
6.8
Manual Test Report
Key Access Programming D key [BYP]
Activating the manual test report will send the Event Code programmed at address 512 to the Central Station.
[ENTER] + (Installer, Master, or User 1 Code) + [BYP] + [ENTER]
6.9
Power Failure Report Delay
Decimal Programming D Address 054
Default: 30 minutes
After a power failure, the control panel will delay transmission of the event code programmed at address 499 by the period
programmed at this address (001 to 255 minutes).
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [5] [4] + 3-digit decimal value (001-255) + [ENTER]
6.10
Recent Close Delay
Decimal Programming D Address 060
Default: Recent Close Delay Disabled
The system will transmit the recent close event code programmed at address 519 if after arming the system, an alarm occurs
within the period programmed at this address (001 to 255 minutes). Program 000 into address 060 to disable this feature.
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [6] [10] + 3-digit decimal value (001-255) + [ENTER]
6.11
Report Zone Restore Options
Feature Select Programming D Address 088; key [BYP]
Default: Zone Restore Codes Transmit on Bell Cut-Off
With the [BYP] key "OFF", the report codes programmed at addresses 424-447 (see Restore Codes in section 6.6.4 on page 23)
will only transmit if the zone has returned to normal after bell cut-off (see section 8.11 on page 32). With the [BYP] key "ON", the
codes will transmit as soon as the zone returns to normal (zone closure).
Key [BYP] "OFF": Report on Bell Cut-Off
Key [BYP] "ON": Report on Zone Closure
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [8] [8] + [BYP] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
6.12
Report Code Disarming Options
Feature Select Programming D Address 088; key [TBL] / [TRBL]
Default: Disarming Codes Transmit on User Disarming
With the [TBL] / [TRBL] key "OFF", the Disarming Codes programmed at addresses 350-399 (see section 6.6.2 on page 22) will
transmit whenever a User disarms the system. With the [TBL] / [TRBL] key "ON", the control panel will transmit these codes when
a User disarms a system in alarm.
Key [TBL] "OFF": Always Report Disarm
Key [TBL] "ON": Report Disarm Only After Alarm
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [8] [8] + [TBL] / [TRBL] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
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PART 7: ZONE DEFINITIONS
Figure 7.1: Zone Related Features
Zone Speed
(applies to all zones)
Address 053
EOL Zones
(applies to all zone inputs)
Address 088; [MEM] key
ATZ Zone Doubling
(applies to all zone inputs)
Address 090; key [8]
Partitioning
(applies to entire system)
Address 086; key [8]
System “A” / Stay Zones
Address 116; Keys [1] to [10]
Note: If the system is not partitioned,
zones will be defined as Stay zones
System “B” Zones
Address 120; Keys [1] to [10]
Bypass Enabled Zones
Address 124
Keys [8] to [10]
Auto Zone Shutdown
Address 086; [TRBL] key
Zone Related
Features
Intellizones
Address 092
Keys [1] to [10]
Intellizone
Time Delay
Address 057
Silent Zones
Address 096
Keys [1] to [10]
Generates
Report Only
Address 086
Key [9]
Independent Zone
Definitions
Zone Definitions
Up to 10 zones can be
independently
programmed (defined).
Only one of these options
can be assigned to a
zone. If a zone is assigned
more than one option, the
control panel will apply the
option with the highest
priority (1 to 5).
Keypad Zone 1 & 2 Supervision
Enabled/Disabled
Address 090; keys [11] & [12]
24Hr./Fire Zones
Address 100
Keys [1] to [10]
Instant Zones
Address 104
Keys [1] to [10]
Enable/
Disable
Zone 4
Address 090
Key [1]
Only if zone
3 is defined
fire zone
Follow Zones
Address 108
Keys [1] to [10]
Delay 2 Zones
Address 108
Keys [1] to [10]
Entry Delay 2
Timer
Address 051
Delay 1 Zones
Zone not defined as
any of the above will
default to Delay 1
Entry Delay 1
Timer
Address 050
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7.1
Zone Speed
Decimal Programming D Address 053
Default: 600mS
The zone speed applies to all zones whether the system is armed or disarmed. The zone speed defines how quickly the control
panel will respond to an open zone. The control panel will not display and/or respond to an open zone until the programmed zone
speed elapses. All other zone definitions and options do not come into effect until the zone speed has elapsed. The zone speed
can be set from 15ms to 3.8s (001 to 255 X 15ms). This feature prevents any momentary glitches in the system from causing an
alarm or unnecessary reporting.
Example: The system is armed and the zone speed is set for 1.2 seconds. A zone opens and closes in less than 1.2 seconds the
control panel will not respond (i.e. no reporting, no alarm and no display on keypad).
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [5] [3] + 3 digit decimal value (001-255) + [ENTER]
7.2
Advanced Technology Zoning (ATZ)
Feature Select Programming D Address 090, key [8]
Default: ATZ Disabled
Enabling the ATZ feature allows you to install two detection devices per zone input. Each detection device will have its own zone
number and each will transmit a separate alarm code that will display on the keypad. For information on how to connect the
detection devices and how the panel recognizes them, please refer to section 2.11 on page 10.
Key [8] "OFF": ATZ Disabled
Key [8] "ON": ATZ Enabled
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [9] [10] + [8] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
7.3
Intellizones
Feature Select Programming D Address 092, keys [1] to [10]
If an alarm condition occurs on a zone identified as Intellizone, the control panel will trigger a timer and will not generate an alarm
until one of the following conditions occurs within a specified period (see section 7.3.1 Intellizone Time Delay):
• An alarm condition occurs on another zone during intellizone time delay.
• The zone that is in alarm has restored and re-occurred during intellizone time delay.
• The zone that is in alarm remains in alarm the entire intellizone time delay.
Note: Intellizone timer will only begin after the zone speed period has elapsed (see section 7.1 on page 26).
Do not use the Intellizone feature on zones programmed with any Entry Delay. An alarm may occur when
disarming the system.
7.3.1
Intellizone Time Delay
Decimal Programming D Address 057
Default: 48 seconds
You can set the Intellizone Time Delay between 010 and 255 seconds. Before an Intellizone can generate an alarm,
one of three conditions must occur during this time delay (see section 7.3).
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [5] [7] + 3-digit decimal value (010-255) + [ENTER]
7.4
Silent Zones
Feature Select Programming D Address 096, keys [1] to [10]
Using the "Feature Select Programming Method" (section 4.2.4 on page 15), select which zones will be defined as Silent Zones.
If an alarm occurs on a Silent Zone, the control panel will report the alarm (see EVENT REPORTING on page 18) to the central
station without triggering any bells and/or sirens. Note: If zone 3 is defined as 24 hour (fire zone), the control panel will
generate an audible alarm, overriding a silent zone definition.
7.5
"24 Hour" and Fire Zones
Feature Select Programming D Address 100 , keys [1] to [10]
Using the "Feature Select Programming Method" (section 4.2.4 on page 15), select which zones will be defined as 24 hour
Zones. Keypad zones should not be defined as 24 hour Zones. Regardless of the system’s armed status, an open “24hr”
zone will always generate an alarm. If zone 3 is defined as "24 hour", it becomes a "Fire Zone". Connect the smoke detectors as
described in section 2.12 on page 12. An open "Fire Zone" will generate the following:
• The panel will send a fire loop trouble report (if programmed at address 500) to the Central.
• A trouble indicator, key [11], and a fire zone indicator, key [3], will flash on the keypad.
• Alarms will generate an intermittent output signal, regardless of the system's current arming status.
• Alarms are always audible, regardless of other settings.
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Feature Select Programming D Address 090, key [1]
Default: Zone 4 Enabled
If the ATZ feature is enabled and zone 3 has been set as a fire zone, zone 4 must be disabled if it is not going to be used.
Key [1] "OFF": Zone 4 Enabled
Key [1] "ON": Zone 4 Disabled
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [9] [10] + [1] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
7.6
Instant Zones
Feature Select Programming D Address 104, keys [1] to [10]
Using the "Feature Select Programming Method" (section 4.2.4 on page 15), select which zones will be defined as Instant Zones.
If an "Instant" zone opens, the control panel will immediately generate an alarm after the "Zone Speed" has elapsed.
7.7
Follow Zones
Feature Select Programming D Address 108, keys [1] to [10]
Using the "Feature Select Programming Method" (section 4.2.4 on page 15), select which zones will be defined as Follow Zones.
Follow zones function as follows:
• If a follow zone opens and no entry delay zones have been triggered; the control panel will immediately generate an alarm
after the zone speed has elapsed.
• If a follow zone opens during another zone's entry delay period, the control panel will wait until the end of the entry delay
period before generating an alarm.
• If a follow zone opens when more than one entry delay zone has been triggered, the panel will wait until the end of the entry
delay zone that opened first before generating an alarm.
7.8
Entry Delay 1
Decimal Programming D Address 050
Default: 45 seconds
Any zone that has not been identified as either Instant Zones, Follow Zones, Entry Delay 2, or "24 Hour" and Fire Zones will
automatically default to Delay 1. You can program the Delay 1 period between 001 and 255 seconds into address 050. If a zone
defined as Delay 1 opens in an armed system, the control panel will wait the pre-programmed period before generating an alarm.
This provides the users the time required to disarm the system when entering the protected area.
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [5] [10] + 3-digit decimal value (001-255) + [ENTER]
7.9
Entry Delay 2
Feature Select Programming D Address 112, keys [1] to [10]
Using the "Feature Select Programming Method" (section 4.2.4 on page 15), select which zones will be defined as Entry Delay 2
Zones. If a zone defined as Delay 2 opens in an armed system, the control panel will wait the Entry Time Delay 2 (section 7.9.1)
period before generating an alarm. This provides the users the time required to disarm the system when entering the protected area.
7.9.1
Entry Time Delay 2
Decimal Programming D Address 051
Default: 45 seconds
This applies to all zones defined as Entry Delay 2 (see section 7.9). You can program the delay between 001 and 255 seconds.
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [5] [1] + 3-digit decimal value (001-255) + [ENTER]
7.10
Partitioning
Feature Select Programming D Address 086, key [8]
This feature divides the alarm system into two distinct systems, identified as "System A" and "System B". You can assign each
zone to System A, System B, both systems, or neither system. Partitioning works as follows:
• Zones assigned to System A, will arm/disarm when the system is "System A Armed/Disarmed".
• Zones assigned to System B, will arm/disarm when the system is "System B Armed/Disarmed".
• Zones assigned to both systems ("dual area") will arm when the system is either "System A Armed", "System B Armed" or
when both systems are armed and will disarm only when both systems disarm.
• Zones not identified to any system ("common area") will arm only when the system is both "System A Armed" and "System B
Armed" and will only disarm when at least one of the two systems disarms.
For more information on arming and disarming partitions, see section 11.5 on page 39. Also see Code Priority in section 8.12 on
page 32.
7.10.1
"System A” / Stay Zones
Feature Select Programming D Address 116, keys [1] to [10]
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Using the "Feature Select Programming Method" (section 4.2.4 on page 15), select which zones will be assigned to
"System A" or if the system isn’t partitioned which zones will be identified as Stay Zones. For details on "System A"
zones refer to Partitioning above. For details on Stay Arming see section 11.4 on page 38.
7.10.2
"System B" Zones
Feature Select Programming D Address 120, keys [1] to [10]
Using the "Feature Select Programming Method" (section 4.2.4 on page 15), select which zones will be assigned to
"System B". For details on "System B" zones refer to Partitioning above.
7.11
Bypass Enabled Zones
Feature Select Programming D Address 124, keys [1] to [10]
Using the "Feature Select Programming Method" (section 4.2.4 on page 15), select which zones will be defined as Bypass
Enabled. Only zones defined as bypass enabled can be used for Manual Zone Bypassing (see section 11.9 on page 40) or during
Auto Zone Shutdown (see section 7.11.1).
7.11.1
Auto Zone Shutdown
Feature Select Programming D Address 086 key [TBL] / [TRBL]
Default: Auto Zone Shutdown Disabled
The control panel will automatically bypass any "Bypass Enabled Zones" which initiate 5 consecutive alarms in the
same-armed period. Therefore, the zone will no longer generate an alarm. After the control panel has bypassed a
zone, it will report an event code to the Central Station if programmed at addresses 448-461. The Auto Zone Shutdown
counter resets when the system is disarmed.
This feature is also a function of the Report Zone Restore Options (see section 6.11 on page 24). If this option is set for
report zone restore on bell cut-off, the zone will only be bypassed after the bell or siren has cut-off 5 consecutive times
in the same armed period. While if the option is set for report zone on zone closure, the zone will be bypassed when
the zone has opened and closed 5 consecutive times in one armed period.
Key [TBL] / [TRBL] "OFF": Auto Zone Shutdown Disabled
Key [TBL] / [TRBL] "ON": Auto Zone Shutdown Enabled
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [8] [6] + [TBL] / [TRBL] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
7.12
EOL Zones (Enabled/Disabled)
Feature Select Programming D Address 088; key [MEM]
If the system requires the use of 1k9 end of line resistors on zone input terminals, enable this feature (see Zone Connections in
section 2.8 on page 6 to section 2.10 on page 9).
Key [MEM] "OFF": Input Zones use EOL Resistors
Key [MEM] "ON": Input Zones do not use EOL Resistors
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [8] [8] + [MEM] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
7.13
Keypad Zone 1 Supervision*
Feature Select Programming D Address 090, key [11]
Default: Disabled
When using a keypad defined as keypad zone 1, enable this feature. When enabled, the control panel will verify the presence of
a keypad and the keypad zone. For more information see Keypad Zone Connections in section 2.8 on page 6.
Key [11] "OFF": Keypad Zone 1 Disabled
Key [11] "ON": Keypad Zone 1 Enabled
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [9] [10] + [11] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
7.14
Keypad Zone 2 Supervision*
Feature Select Programming D Address 090, key [12]
Default: Disabled
When using a keypad defined as keypad zone 2, enable this feature. When enabled, the control panel will verify for the presence
of a keypad and the keypad zone. For more information see Keypad Zone Connections in section 2.8 on page 6.
Key [12] "OFF": Keypad Zone 2 Disabled
Key [12] "ON": Keypad Zone 2 Enabled
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [9] [10] + [12] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
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PART 8: ARM / DISARM AND ALARM OPTIONS
Figure 8.1: Arming/Disarming Related Features
Auto Arm Time
Addresses 044 and 045
Timed Auto Arming
Address 086; key [5]
Auto Arming Options
Address 090; key [2]
No Movement Auto
Arming
Address 086; key [6]
No Movement Time
Address 055
System “A” / Stay Arm
Priority
Addresses 062, 064 and
066; all keys
Code Priority
Define which users can
System “A”/Stay Arm,
System “B”/Away Arm or
Bypass zones
System “B” / Away Arm
Priority
Addresses 068, 070 and
072; all keys
Bypass Access
Addresses 074, 076 and
078; all keys
Arm/Disarm Related
Features
“One Key” Regular
Arming
Address 088; key [7]
“One Key” System “A”/
Stay Arming
Address 088; key [8]
Keyswitch Arming
Address 086; keys [2] & [3]
Bell Squawk
Address 086; [MEM] key
Exit Delay
Address 049
“Beep” on Exit Delay
Address 088; key [12]
Alarm Transmission
Delay
Address 059
Bell Cut-Off Time
Address 052
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8.1
"Timed" Auto Arming
Feature Select Programming D Address 086, key [5]
Default: "Timed" Auto Arming Disabled
The alarm system will automatically arm itself at a specified time everyday. Note, as with regular arming, the system will not arm if
a zone is open and will report a "late to close" to the central. If this occurs, the system will not arm until the next day. The type of
arming is dependent on the Auto Arming Options (see section 8.1.2 on page 30). Program the Auto Arm Time as described below.
8.1.1
Auto Arm Time
The control panel will automatically arm itself at the specified time if "Timed" Auto Arming (see above) is enabled. The
time is programmed using the 24-hour clock (i.e. 8:00PM = 20:00). There are two methods of programming the "Auto
Arm Time" as described below.
Decimal Programming D Address 044 and 045
Program the "Auto Arm Time" in hours into address 044 and the "Auto Arm Time" in minutes into address 045.
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [4] [4] + 3-digit decimal value (hours) + [10] [4] [5] + 3-digit decimal value (minutes) +
[ENTER]
Key Access Programming D key [9]
The User 1, Master, or Installer can program the "Auto Arm Time" using this method.
[ENTER] + (Installer, Master, or User 1 Code) + [9] + 2 digits representing hours + 2 digits representing minutes +
[ENTER]
8.1.2
Auto Arming Options
Feature Select Programming D Address 090, key [2]
Default: Regular Arming
The "Auto Arm" feature will arm the system as described in Table 9 below.
Table 9: Auto Arming Options
Key [2]
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Partitioning
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Options
Regular Arming
Systems A and B Arming
Stay Arming
System A Arming
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [9] [10] + [2] ON/OFF+ [ENTER]
8.2
"No Movement" Auto Arming
Feature Select Programming D Address 086, key [6]
Default: Disabled
If the control panel does not detect any movement (zone openings) for a specified period, the panel will arm the system and
transmit the event code programmed at address 517. Note the type of arming is dependent on the Auto Arming Options (see
section 8.1.2 on page 30). Program the "No Movement" Auto Arm Time as described below.
Key [6] "OFF": No Movement Auto Arm Disabled
Key [6] "ON": No Movement Auto Arm Enabled
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [8] [6] + [6] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
8.2.1
"No Movement" Auto Arm Time
Decimal Programming D Address 055
Default: Disabled
000 = disabled; (001-255) X 15 minutes
If the "No Movement" Auto Arming (see section 8.2 on page 30) feature is disabled and a time is programmed, the
control panel will transmit the event code programmed at address 517 if no movement is detected during the
programmed period.
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [5] [5] + 3-digit decimal value (001-255) + [ENTER]
8.3
"One-Key" Regular Arming
Feature Select Programming D Address 088, key [7]
Default: Disabled
A User can "Regular" arm the system by pressing and holding the [10] key for 2 seconds.
Key [7] "OFF": "One Key" Regular Arming Disabled
Key [7] "ON": "One Key" Regular Arming Enabled
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [8] [8] + [7] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
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8.4
"One-Key" Stay / System A Arming
Feature Select Programming D Address 088, key [8]
Default: Disabled
Press and hold the [11] key for 2 seconds to "Stay" arm the system if partitioning is disabled. If the system is partitioned, the
control panel will arm System "A".
Key [8] "OFF": "One Key" Stay/System A Arming Disabled
Key [8] "ON": "One Key" Stay/System A Arming Enabled
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [8] [8] + [8] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
8.5
Arming using A keyswitch
Feature Select Programming D Address 086, key [2] and [3]
Default: Disabled
The User can use a keyswitch to "Stay" arm or "Regular" arm/disarm the system. If the system is ready and the button is pressed
the system will arm. Pressing the button again will disarm the system. The keyswitch will not disarm a “Stay” armed system in
alarm. Refer to section 2.7 on page 6 for installation of a keyswitch.
Table 10: Keyswitch Arming Table
Key [2]
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Key [3]
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Function
Disabled
Disabled
Full Arming
Stay Arming*
* Note: If partitioning is enabled, the keyswitch will arm “System A” only.
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [8] [6] + [2] and [3] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
8.6
Bell Squawk
Feature Select Programming D Address 086; key [MEM]
Default: Disabled
With this feature enabled, the bell or siren will emit a half-second "squawk" upon arming and two half-second "squawks" upon
disarming.
Key [MEM] "OFF": Bell Squawk Disabled
Key [MEM] "ON": Bell Squawk Enabled
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [8] [6] + [MEM] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
8.7
Exit Delay
Decimal Programming D Address 049
Default: 60 seconds
Exit Delay applies to all zones. This option determines how much time the user has to leave the protected area before the system
arms after entering a valid access code. You can program the Exit Delay from 001 to 255 sec.
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [4] [9] + 3 digit decimal value (001-255) + [ENTER]
8.8
Beep on Exit delay
Feature Select Programming D Address 088, key [12]
Default: Disabled
With this feature enabled, the keypad will emit an intermittent "beep" during the programmed exit delay period (except when in
"stay" arming). The frequency of intermittent beeps increases during the last 10 seconds of the exit delay period. For more
information on Exit Delay refer to section 8.7.
Key [12] "OFF": Beep on Exit Delay Disabled
Key [12] "ON": Beep on Exit Delay Enabled
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [8] [8] + [12] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
8.9
Alarm Transmission Delay
Decimal Programming D Address 059
This time limit, set between 5 and 63 seconds, is the delay period before reporting an alarm to the central station after an alarm
condition. During this period, disarming the system will cancel all pending alarms and send the restore codes. Programming 000004 in this address disables this feature. Maximum 30 seconds on UL listed systems.
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [5] [9] + 3-digit decimal value (005-063) + [ENTER]
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8.10
Silent Zones and Silent Panics Option
Feature Select Programming D Address 086, key [9]
If the [9] key is on, silent zones or silent panics only transmit a report to the central station. The system will not indicate an alarm
and will not have to be disarmed.
Although, the control panel can still activate a PGM. If a keypad panic has been defined as audible, the control panel will override
this option.
Key [9] "OFF": Silent Zones and Silent Panics generate a silent alarm
Key [9] "ON": Silent Zones and Silent Panics generate a report only
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [8] [6] + [9] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
8.11
Bell Cut-Off Time
Decimal Programming D Address 052
Default: 5 minutes
After an audible alarm, the bell or siren will stop after the programmed time has elapsed.
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [5] [2] + 3-digit decimal value (001-255) minutes + [ENTER]
8.12
Code Priority
Feature Select Programming D Address 062-078, [all] keys
In order for a user to arm a partitioned system, to "Stay" arm, to "Away" arm or to manually bypass zones, the user must be given
code priority. Using the "Feature Select Programming Method" section 4.2.4 on page 15, identify which arming method each user
can use. For more information on arming/disarming methods please see USER / KEYPAD FUNCTIONS on page 38. Also refer to
the “Programming Guide” for additional information.
Partitioning Disabled:
Addresses 062-066: Selected keys indicate which user codes can activate "Stay" arming.
Addresses 068-072: Selected keys indicate which user codes can activate "Away" arming.
Addresses 074-078: Selected keys indicate which user codes can "bypass" zones.
Partitioning Enabled:
Addresses 062-066: Selected keys indicate which user codes can arm “System A".
Addresses 068-072: Selected keys indicate which user codes can arm “System B".
Addresses 074-078: Selected keys indicate which user codes can "bypass" zones.
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PART 9: PGM (PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUT)
We strongly suggest using of the Espload software to program the PGMs.
9.1
PGM Types
Streamline - Sections 09 D Hexa Programming - Address 039
The Esprit 728 series control panels have one programmable output (PGM). When a PGM closes, a ground is supplied to
activate any device or relay connected to it, providing up to a maximum of 50mA (UL 30mA). When a PGM opens, the circuit is
opened from ground, therefore not providing any power to devices connected to it. To program a PGM you must define the PGM
state (normally open or normally closed), the timing (regular or timed) and you must define the type of logic ("OR", "AND",
"EQUAL"). To do so, use Table 11 to determine which hexa digit to program into address 039, where the first hexa digit
programmed corresponds to PGM1. Press the [2ND] key for the second digit.
Regular N.O. / N.C.
A triggered PGM will switch to its opposite state (i.e. closed to open or opened to closed). The PGM will return to its original state
once the event(s) that triggered it have terminated.
Timed N.O. / N.C.
A triggered PGM will switch to its opposite state (i.e. closed to open or opened to closed). The PGM will remain in its opposite
state for the period programmed at address 056 (see section 9.2). If the PGM is triggered again before the period has elapsed,
the PGM will remain in its opposite state and reset the timer.
"OR" Logic
Will trigger a PGM when at least one event occurs from a specific group of events (e.g. key [1] and/or key [2] is pressed on the
keypad).
"AND" Logic
The "AND" logic will trigger a PGM when all events, or more, occur from a specific group of events (e.g. Keys [1] and [2] are
pressed simultaneously. Note that pressing those two keys in conjunction with any other key will also trigger the PGM).
"EQUAL" Logic
The "EQUAL" logic will trigger a PGM only when the events from a specific group of events occur (e.g. Key [1] and [2] are
pressed. Note the PGM will only trigger when pressing keys [1] and [2] simultaneously, if any other key is pressed at the same
time (e.g. [1], [2] and [3]) the PGM will not trigger).
Table 11: PGM Type Selection
Key
[2ND]
[1]
[2]
: OR
: AND
: EQUAL
[4]
[5]
[6]
: OR
: AND
: EQUAL
Reg. N.O.
Timed N.O.
Key
[8]
[9]
[10]
: OR
: AND
: EQUAL
Reg. N.C.
[12]
[BYP]
[MEM]
: OR
: AND
: EQUAL
Timed N.C.
(For timed PGM, see address 056)
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [3] [9] + first digit (see Table 11 above) + [2ND] + [ENTER]
9.2
PGM Timer Setting
Decimal Programming D Address 056
Default: 5 seconds
You can program the PGM Timer from 1 to 127 seconds or 1 to 127 minutes. To determine the 3-digit decimal value, do the
following:
• To program seconds, the required time is respective to the decimal value
1 second = 001, 55 seconds = 055, 127 seconds = 127.
• To program the minutes add the required minutes to 128:
5 minutes: 128 + 5 = 133
127 minutes: 128 +127 = 255
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [5] [6] + 3-digit decimal value (001-255) + [ENTER]
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9.3
PGM Options
Streamline - Section 10 D Hexa Programming - Addresses 040 to 042
The PGM options define which sequence of events will trigger the PGM. The PGM options are virtually endless. Therefore, to list
them in the manual is impractical. Table 12 (below) contains a list of the most commonly used PGM options with the required 2digit data for each address. If other options are required, you can fax your requests to Paradox Technical Support, you can visit
our web site at www.paradox.ca or the 2-digit data can be derived using the Espload Software as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
From the "Main Menu" select Accounts
Select a current Account or create a new one
Press the [PAGE DOWN] key from the keyboard until page 9 appears
Using the arrow keys and space bar select the PGM options, state, logic and type for the PGM
Press the [F8] key from the keyboard to view the "Hexadecimal Mode". This mode will display the 2-digit data for addresses
039 to 043.
6. Record these numbers and program them into the control panel or use the Espload Software to download the data directly to
the control panel.
If you do not have a copy of the Espload Software, you can obtain a free copy from your local Paradox distributor.
Table 12: Commonly Used PGM Options
State
Timed N.O.
Regular N.O.
Regular N.O.
Regular N.O.
Timed N.O.
Regular N.O.
Timed N.O.
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Output enabled for 3 seconds before communication attempt*
Output enabled when keys [1] and [2] are pressed
simultaneously
Output enabled when system armed
Output enabled during an alarm
Output enabled for 2 minutes upon fail to communicate
Output enabled after one failed communication attempt
Output enabled for 3 seconds after signal received at
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PGM
1st digit
add. 039
add. 040
add. 042
[5]
[1]
[5] / [2]
[5] / [8]
[2ND] / [8]
[2ND] / [6]
[2ND]
[2ND]
[5]
[2ND]
[5]
[2] / [9]
[2] / [12]
[2] / [6]
[7] / [10]
[7] / [BYP]
[2ND] / [3]
[2ND] / [2]
[2ND] / [4]
[2ND] / [MEM]
[2ND] / [8]
PART 10: OTHER OPTIONS
10.1
Telephone Line Monitoring (TLM)
Feature Select Programming D Address 086, key [2ND] and [1]
Default: TLM Disabled
When enabled, the system verifies the existence of a telephone line every 4 seconds. After each successful test, the dialer LED
(green light) on the control panel flashes briefly. If the test fails the LED flashes on and off until the control panel detects the
telephone line again. TLM will activate a trouble when less than 3 volts is detected in four consecutive tests.
Note: when the dialer detects a telephone ring, the TLM test stops for 1 minute.
There are three TLM options, which are set as indicated in Table 13 below:
Table 13: Telephone Line Monitoring (TLM)
Key
[2ND]
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
[1]
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
- TLM is disabled (default)
- TLM generates a trouble only
- generates an alarm if armed
- silent alarm becomes audible
(address 086, key [9] has to be OFF)
1. OFF / ON: Line test failure will generate a trouble indication; key [10] will illuminate on the keypad.
2. ON / OFF: Line test failure will generate a trouble indication and an alarm if the system is armed.
3. ON / ON: Line test failure will generate a trouble indication and cause a silent zone or a silent panic alarm to switch to audible
mode.
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [8] [6] + [2ND] and [1] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
10.2
Dialing Options
Feature Select Programming D Address 086, key [7]
Default: Pulse Dialing
You can program the control panel to use the pulse dialing or tone/DTMF dialing format.
Key [7] "OFF": Pulse Dialing
Key [7] "ON": Tone/DTMF Dialing
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [8] [6] + [7] ON/OFF+ [ENTER]
10.3
Dialing Pulse Rates
Feature Select Programming D Address 086, key [10]
This selection reflects the ratio between "pulse" time and "quiet" time. Select Pulse Europe for a 1:2 ratio and select Pulse USA
for 1:1.5. Must be set to pulse dialing mode, refer to section 10.2.
Key [10] "OFF": Pulse Europe 1:2
Key [10] "ON": Pulse USA 1:1.5
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [8] [6] + [10] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
10.4
Keypad Panic Options
Feature Select Programming D Address 088 keys [1] to [6]
This feature will generate an alarm when the User presses two specific keys on the keypad simultaneously for 2 seconds as
described below:
Key [1] "ON" = Panic 1 (keys [1] and [3]) enabled
Key [2] "ON" = Panic 2 (keys [4] and [6]) enabled
Key [3] "ON" = Panic 3 (keys [7] and [9]) enabled
Keypad panic options:
Key [4] "OFF" = Panic 1 silent
Key [4] "ON" = Panic 1 audible
Key [5] "OFF" = Panic 2 silent
Key [5] "ON" = Panic 2 audible
Key [6] "OFF" = Panic 3 silent
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Key [6] "ON" = Panic 3 fire alarm
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [8] [8] + [1] to [6] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
Silent operation:
When using the panic keys, the control panel will emit a single confirmation beep. The control panel will transmit the event codes
programmed at addresses 513, 514, and 515. The alarm will latch (no audible alarm) and the "armed" light on the keypad will
flash until the system is disarmed by a valid User code.
Audible operation:
Same as silent operation, except the alarm output (bell/siren) will activate until the system is disarmed by a valid User code or
until the Bell Cut-Off Time (see section 8.11 on page 32) elapses.
Fire operation:
Same as audible operation except that bell/siren output will be pulsed (intermittent "ON"/"OFF").
10.5
Panel Time
Key Access Programming D key [MEM]
To program the current time into the control panel press:
[ENTER] + (Installer, Master, or User 1 Code) + [MEM] + 2 digits representing hours (00-23) + 2 digits representing minutes (00-59)
10.6
Time Correction
Streamline - Section 09 D Hexa Programming - Address 037
If you notice a gain or loss in the control panel time, calculate the average gain or loss per day; select the "opposite" amount from
the Time Correction table in order to automatically correct the time setting every 24 hours.
Example: The control panel loses 4 minutes per month, representing an average loss of 8 seconds per day. Therefore, program
[2] (plus 8 seconds) as the second digit in address 037 to compensate for the 8-second loss.
Table 14: Time Correction Table
(address 037 second digit)
[2ND]
[1]
[2]
[3]
10.7
- No adjustment
- Plus 4 seconds
- Plus 8 seconds
- Plus 12 seconds
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
- Plus 16 seconds
- Plus 20 seconds
- Plus 24 seconds
- Plus 28 seconds
[8]
[9]
[10]
[11]
- Minus 4 seconds
- Minus 8 seconds
- Minus 12 seconds
- Minus 16 seconds
[12]
[BYP]
[MEM]
[TBL]
- Minus 20 seconds
- Minus 24 seconds
- Minus 28 seconds
- Minus 32 seconds
Tamper / Wire Fault Recognition Options
Feature Select Programming D Address 088, keys [10] to [11]
If the control panel detects an open or a short on a zone when the system is armed, regardless of the tamper/wire settings it will
always generate an alarm and trouble indicator (key [9]). Alarms will be audible or silent depending on individual zone definitions.
If an open or short occurs on a disarmed system, the control panel will generate an incident depending on the following settings:
Table 15: Tamper Recognition Option
Key [10]
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Key [11]
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
- Tamper / Wire Fault disabled
- Trouble Indicator enabled
- Silent Alarm enabled
- Audible Alarm enabled
Tamper / Wire disabled
Tamper / wiring failure recognition is disabled. Not permitted on UL listed systems.
Trouble enabled
Tamper/wiring failure will generate a trouble indicator (key [9]) and a trouble report code (see Tamper/Trouble Codes in section
6.6.6 on page 23) when the system is disarmed.
Silent alarm enabled
Tamper/wiring failure will generate a trouble indicator (key [9]), a trouble report code (see Tamper/Trouble Codes in section 6.6.6
on page 23) and a silent alarm (no bells/sirens)
Audible alarm enabled
Tamper/wiring failure will generate a trouble indicator (key [9]), a trouble report code (see Tamper/Trouble Codes in section 6.6.6
on page 23) and an audible alarm.
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When the zone definition is "24 hour", the tamper definition follows the audible / silent alarm definition of the "24
hour" zone.
10.8
Tamper Bypass Options
Feature Select Programming D Address 090, key [6]
With this option enabled, the control panel will not generate an alarm if a tamper is detected on a bypassed zone while the
system is armed. With this option disabled, the control panel will generate an alarm if a tamper is detected on a bypassed zone
while the system is armed.
Key [6] "OFF": Arm the system if Tamper on Bypassed Zone
Key [6] "ON": Do not arm the system if Tamper on Bypassed Zone
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [10] [9] [10] + [6] ON/OFF + [ENTER]
10.9
Installer Test Mode
Key Access Programming D key [8]
The "Test Mode" will allow you to perform walk tests where the bell or siren will squawk, to indicate opened zones. To enter or
exit the control panel "Test Mode" press:
[ENTER] + Installer Code + [8] to enable; press [8] again to disable
10.10 Exclude Power Failure From Trouble Display
Feature Select Programming D Address 090, key [2ND]
Default: Disabled
Excludes the Power Failure, key [2], from the Trouble Display (see section 11.12 on page 41).
10.11 Audible Trouble Warning
Feature Select Programming D Address 090, key [9]
Default: Disabled
Trouble conditions will emit an intermittent "beep" on the keypad. To silence the trouble warning, press the [TBL] / [TRBL] key.
10.12 Power Down Reset
Performing a power down reset will set the installer and master codes to factory default. Values entered at addresses 008-043,
062-124, 300-527, and all user codes will be erased ([2ND], [2ND]). Programmed values for all other addresses do not change. To
perform a reset, the installer lock must be disabled. To perform a power down reset perform the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Verify installer lock is disabled (see section 3.5 on page 13)
Remove the battery and AC power from the control panel.
Set the reset jumper to on by placing a jumper on the reset pins of the control panel.
Re-connect the AC and battery power to the control panel.
Wait 10 seconds and remove the jumper.
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PART 11: USER / KEYPAD FUNCTIONS
The innovative Esprit keypads take a new approach to security features and functions. Each numeral from 1 to 10 on the keypad
respectively represents each zone from 1 to 10 on the control panel. When the zone light is "OFF", the status in the protected
zone is normal. If the zone light is "ON", this means the zone is open. An LCD keypad will display the open zone numbers on the
screen.
The green "READY" indicator on the keypad will illuminate when the status of all the zones is normal (zones are closed).
Therefore, all protected windows and doors must be closed and motion detectors must not detect any movement except those
zones that have been bypassed.
Confirmation Beep: an intermittent series of beeps ("beep-beep-beep") indicates a successful keypad entry or system operation.
End/Rejection Beep: one long tone ("beeeeeeep") indicates incorrect keypad entry or unsuccessful system operation.
11.1
Programming Master and User Codes
The Esprit+ control panels have one Master (00) code and up to 48 User (01-48) codes. The default Master code is 474747. The
Master code can arm the system using any arming method, can create/modify user codes and can perform Key Access
Programming (see section 11.13 on page 42). The User 1 code can create/modify access codes and perform key access
programming. The access code consists of either 4 or 6-digits and each digit can be any value from 0 to 9.
Note: do not enter [2ND] when programming the master code as this will invalidate the master code.
[ENTER] + Master or User 1 Code + 2-digit code number (00-48) + 4 or 6-digit access code + [ENTER]
11.2
Regular Arming
This method, commonly used for day-to-day arming, will arm all the zones in the system. To do so, the keypad's green "READY"
light must be illuminated, indicating that all zones are closed. All doors and windows must be closed, and there can be no
movement in areas monitored by motion detectors. Once the "READY" light is on, a valid user access code must be entered. If a
mistake is made entering the code or if the "READY" indicator is not on when the code was entered, the keypad will emit a
"rejection beep" (beeeeeeep).
When the correct user access code is entered, the keypad will emit a "confirmation beep" (beep-beep-beep) and the red "ARM"
indicator will illuminate. The "READY" light will flash and the keypad will "beep" during the exit delay period (see section 8.8 on
page 31). During the final 10 seconds of the exit delay, the keypad will "beep" and the "READY" indicator will flash at a faster rate.
At the end of the exit delay, the keypad will emit a "confirmation beep", the green "READY" indicator will extinguish and the red
"ARM" indicator will remain illuminated to indicate that the system is armed.
11.2.1
"One-Key" Regular Arming
To use this feature, enable the "One-Key" Regular Arming option (see section 8.3 on page 30). When the green
"READY" light is on, pressing and holding the [10] key for 2 seconds will arm all zones in the system. This feature can
be used to allow specific individuals like service personnel (i.e. cleaners, maintenance) to arm the system when
leaving the protected area, without giving them access to any other control panel operations. The use of a valid access
code is still required to disarm the system. For details on "Regular Arming", refer to section 11.2.
11.3
Force (Away) Arming
To rapidly arm the system without having to wait for the green "READY" indicator, simply press the [AWAY] key followed by a valid
access code. Once the exit delay expires, any open zones will be considered "deactivated" by the control panel. Therefore, these
zones will not generate an alarm. If while the system is armed a "deactivated" zone is closed, the control panel will revert that
zone to "active" status, generating an alarm if breached.
If a mistake is made entering the code, the keypad will emit a "rejection beep" (beeeeeeep). When the correct user code is
entered, the keypad will emit a "confirmation beep" (beep-beep-beep) and the red "arm" indicator will illuminate. The "ready" light
and [AWAY] key will flash and the keypad will "beep" during the exit delay period (see section 8.8 on page 31). During the final 10
seconds of the exit delay, the keypad will "beep" and the "READY" indicator and [AWAY] key will flash at a faster rate. At the end of
the exit delay, the green "READY" indicator will stop flashing, the red "arm" indicator will remain illuminated and the [AWAY] key will
flash. If programmed at address 518, the control panel will send a "partial arm" report code to the central station. Note, to use
this method the user must have "away" arming priority, see Code Priority in section 8.12 on page 32.
11.4
Stay Arming
"Stay" arming allows the user to remain in the protected area while partially arming the system. This means that they can stay in
and move around the establishment, while certain designated zones are armed. For example, entry/exit points like doors or
windows, the basement, or perhaps all the zones on the perimeter of the establishment may be armed when going to sleep at
night, while the other zones remain deactivated. To program which zones will be activated when "stay arming" the system refer to
"System A" / Stay Zones in section 7.10.1 on page 27. Also note that fire zones must be programmed as "stay zones"; they can
not be bypassed.
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Unlike regular arming, the green "READY" indicator does not have to be illuminated. Only doors and windows programmed as
"stay zones" must be closed, and there can be no movement in areas monitored by motion detectors in "stay zones". To "stay"
arm the system, press the [STAY] key followed by a valid access code. If a mistake is made entering the code or if a "stay zone" is
open when entering the code, the keypad will emit a "rejection beep" (beeeeeeep). After entering the correct user access code,
the keypad will emit a "confirmation beep" (beep-beep-beep), the "ARM" indicator will illuminate and the green "READY" indicator
and [STAY] key will flash during the exit delay period. During the final 10 sec. of the exit delay, the "READY" indicator and [STAY]
key will flash at a faster rate. At the end of the exit delay, the keypad will emit a "confirmation beep", the "ready" indicator will stop
flashing, the "ARM" indicator will remain illuminated and the [STAY] key will flash. Note, to use this method the user must be
given "stay" arming priority, see Code Priority in section 8.12 on page 32.
11.4.1
"One-Key" Stay Arming
To use this feature, enable the "One-Key" Stay / "System A" Arming option (see section 8.4 on page 31). When all "stay
zones" are closed, pressing and holding the [STAY] key for 2 seconds will arm only zones programmed as "stay zones".
For details on "Stay Arming", refer to section 11.4.
11.4.2
"One-Key" Double Stay Arming
During the "stay" arming exit delay (see section 11.4), press and hold the [STAY] key for 2 seconds until you hear a
single "beep". This will switch all "entry delay" zones to "instant" zones (see section 7.6, section 7.8 and section 7.9 on
page 27). Therefore, any entry delay zone that is breached will immediately generate an alarm instead of waiting a predetermined period.
11.4.3
Fast Exit
This feature is only available when the system is "Stay" armed (see section 11.4). This feature will allow the user to exit
premises while the system is already armed and keep the system armed. This can be done one of two ways:
11.5
•
With the system already "stay" armed (after its exit delay), press and hold the [STAY] key for 2 seconds. The system
will switch to exit delay mode (green "READY" indicator flashes), allowing time for the user to exit the premises. At
the end of the exit delay period, the system will return to "stay" arm mode.
•
With the system already "stay" armed, press and hold the [10] key for 2 seconds. The system will switch to exit
delay mode (green "READY" indicator flashes). At the end of the exit delay period, the system will "regular" arm the
system (see section 11.2 on page 38).
Arming / Disarming Partitions
Thanks to the partitioning feature, two distinct systems (A and B) can be created and controlled by the control panel. Partitioning
can be used in installations where shared security systems are more practical, such as office / warehouse buildings, or apartment
/ condominium complexes. Each zone can be assigned to System A, System B, both systems or given no system assignment.
User access codes can also be programmed to arm/disarm one system or both systems simultaneously (see Code Priority in
section 8.12 on page 32). Unlike regular arming, the green "READY" indicator does not have to be illuminated. All doors and
windows pertaining to the desired system must be closed, and there can be no movement in areas monitored by motion detectors
in the desired system.
1. If a user is not given any code priorities, the user will never be able to arm or disarm the system when partitioned.
2. If a user is given code priority to one of the two systems, entering the correct access code will arm or disarm the system to
which the user was given priority.
3. If a user is given code priority to arm/disarm both systems A & B, it will function as follows:
• If the User enters the correct access code when systems "A" and "B" are disarmed, it will completely arm both systems.
• If the User enters the correct access code when systems "A" and "B" are armed, it will completely disarm both systems.
• When the system is partially armed, (i.e. only “System A" or only “System B" is armed) entering the correct access code will
arm the other system.
• To arm/disarm each system separately, do the following:
Press [STAY] + [VALID ACCESS CODE] to arm/disarm "System A".
Press [AWAY] + [VALID ACCESS CODE] to arm/disarm "System B".
If a mistake is made entering the code or if a zone in the desired system is open when entering the code, the keypad will emit a
"rejection beep" (beeeeeeep). When the access code is correctly entered, the keypad will emit a "confirmation beep" (beep-beepbeep). The keypad can display the status of both systems. When "System A" is armed, the [STAY] key and "ARM" indicator will
remain on. If System B is armed, the [AWAY] key and "ARM" indicator will remain on. When both systems are armed, all three
lights will remain on.
11.5.1
One-Key "System A" Arming
This feature allows the user to arm "System A" without the use of an access code. To use this feature, enable the "OneKey" Stay / "System A" Arming option (see section 8.4 on page 31). When all the zones in "System A" are closed, press
and hold the [STAY] key for 2 seconds to arm "System A". This feature can be used to allow specific individuals like
service personnel (i.e. cleaners, maintenance) to arm the system when leaving the protected area, without giving them
access to any other control panel operations. For details on "System A" Arming refer to section 11.5.
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11.6
System Disarming
The user must enter the protected area through a designated entry/exit point. The keypad will "beep" during the entry delay
reminding the user to disarm the system. Upon entry of a valid access code, the red "ARM" indicator will extinguish and the
keypad will emit a confirmation "beep" (beep-beep-beep) denoting the system has been disarmed. If an incorrect access code is
entered, the keypad will emit a rejection "beep" (beeeeeeeep). Press the [CLEAR] key at any time to clear data and re-enter
another access code. If an alarm was generated from a fire or 24-hour zone while the system was armed, entering a valid user
code will silence the siren. However, you should then check the zone and eliminate the cause of the alarm. If you are unable to
pinpoint the reason for the alarm, call your installer.
11.7
Alarm Memory
If an alarm condition occurs when the system is armed, the [MEM] key will turn on. A record of all alarm situations that occur is
stored in memory. After disarming the system, pressing once on the [mem] key will display which zones were open during the
alarm period by illuminating the corresponding zone indicator(s) or by displaying it on the LCD screen depending on the type of
keypad used. Please note if the [MEM] key is pressed again when using LED keypads (636 and 646) you will enter the event
display which can only be decoded with a 642 LCD keypad. To exit the alarm memory display, press the [CLEAR] key. If using a
642 LCD keypad press the [MEM] key followed by the [INFO] key and use the [S] and [T] keys to scroll through the event list in
memory. The alarms will remain in memory until the system is armed and disarmed without generating an alarm.
11.8
Keyswitch or Pushbutton Arming/Disarming
A keyswitch or push button can be used to "Stay" (section 11.4 on page 38) or "Regular" (section 11.2 on page 38) arm/disarm
the system. If the system is ready and the button is pressed, the system will arm. Pressing the button again will disarm the
system. If a "Stay" armed system is in entry delay or if an alarm has been generated while "Stay" armed, the keyswitch or push
button can not be used to disarm the system. In this case, only a keypad can disarm the system. In a partitioned system the
keyswitch or push button will arm/disarm "System A" regardless of the "System B" status. To enable this feature and set the
options (stay or regular arming) refer to Arming Using a Keyswitch in section 8.5 on page 31.
11.9
Manual Zone Bypassing
When a zone is bypassed it will no longer be monitored by the control panel, hence, will not generate an alarm. A user may wish
to bypass certain zones when, for example, workers are renovating part of the establishment or if a component in the system is
damaged. Manual bypass arming instructs the control panel to ignore ("deactivate") specified zones in order to arm the
remainder of the system. Verify that the following options are set in the control panel so that a user can manually bypass zones:
• You must first define which zones are Bypass Enabled Zones (see section 7.11 on page 28). Zones not identified as Bypass
Enabled can not be bypassed.
• Only users with the appropriate Code Priority (see section 8.12 on page 32) can bypass zones.
• Please note, the control panel can not bypass fire zones.
To bypass zones, press the [BYP] key followed by a valid access code. If the wrong code was entered or a code without bypass
priority, the keypad will emit a "rejection beep" (beeeeeeep). If the correct code is entered, the [BYP] key will flash to indicate that
you are now in "bypass mode". If there are any currently bypassed zones, their respective zone indicators will turn on. Press the
key corresponding to the zone you wish to bypass until their respective zone indicator turns on. If the zone you wish to bypass
has not been programmed as "bypass enabled", the corresponding zone indicator will never turn on. Press the [CLEAR] key to
erase the current zone bypass entries and exit the "bypass mode". If you have entered the correct bypass entries, press the
[ENTER] key to accept these entries. The [BYP] key will remain on, denoting that zones in the system are currently bypassed,
hence, the next time the system is armed, certain zones will be bypassed. When the system is disarmed, the bypass entries will
be erased.
11.10 Bypass Recall
This feature permits users to reinstate the last zone bypass entries saved in memory. When the system is disarmed, the bypass
entries will be erased. By using the "bypass recall" feature, you can reinstate the previous bypass entries saved in memory. While
in the "bypass mode", press the [BYP] + [ENTER] keys and the previous bypass status will be re-established. This eliminates the
need to re-enter the bypass entries every time the system is armed. If a user is in the process of entering new bypass entries on
the keypad, pressing the [BYP] key will override new information and reinstate previous bypass entries.
11.11 Keypad Chime Zones
A chimed zone "advises" you when a zone is opened by creating a rapid intermittent beep tone (beep-beep-beep-beep-beep). Up
to six zones plus the local keypad zone can be programmed as chime zones. To turn on the "chime zone" feature, press and hold
the key corresponding to the desired zone ([1] to [6]) for three seconds until the intermittent chime beep is heard. This means
that the chime feature has been activated. If a continuous beep is heard, this means that the chime beep has been deactivated.
To enable the chime feature on the keypad zone, press and hold the [8] key for three seconds. To mute the keypad's alarm
sounder, press and hold the [9] key for three seconds until the intermittent chime beep is heard. This means that the muting
feature has been activated. If a continuous beep is heard, this means that the muting feature has been deactivated. If there is
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more than one keypad in the system, please "chime" program each keypad separately. Keypad chimes must be reprogrammed if
the panel suffers a total power loss.
Key [1]-[6]: Turns chime "ON" or "OFF" in zones numbered 1-6
Key [8]:
Turns chime "ON" and "OFF" for the local keypad zone
Key [9]:
Turns the keypad's alarm sounder muting "ON" or "OFF"
11.12 Trouble Display Monitoring
Trouble conditions are continuously monitored by the control panel, which recognizes and displays 10 different trouble conditions
on the keypad. When a trouble condition occurs, the [TBL] / [TRBL] key will illuminate and the keypad will emit an intermittent beep
if the Audible Trouble Warning (see section 10.11 on page 37) is enabled. Press the [TBL] / [TRBL] key to switch to "trouble
display" mode. The [TBL] / [TRBL] key will flash and any illuminated keys correspond to a current trouble condition as described
below. Press any key to exit the "trouble display" mode.
11.12.1 No Battery / Low Battery - Key [1]
The control panel conducts a dynamic battery test under load every 60 seconds. The illumination of the [1] key
indicates that the back-up battery is disconnected or that the battery should be replaced, as it will not provide adequate
back-up current in case of AC loss. If the control panel is currently running on battery power, the illumination of the [1]
key indicates that the battery voltage has dropped to 10.5 volts or lower.
11.12.2 Power Failure - Key [2]
The control panel conducts a dynamic battery test under load every 60 seconds. The control panel will detect a power
loss if a continuous loss of AC (less than or equal to 12.5V) has occurred during the period between two AC power
tests (64 to 116 seconds). If a power loss remains present throughout the Power Failure Report Delay (see section 6.9
on page 24), the panel will transmit the report code programmed at address 507 and the [TBL] / [TRBL] key will flash
rapidly indicating a power failure. The trouble indicator is restored if AC is detected during the dynamic battery test.
You can remove the power failure trouble indicator from the trouble display by enabling the Exclude Power Failure
From Trouble Display option (see section 10.10 on page 37).
11.12.3 Bell Disconnected - Key [4]
The illumination of the [4] key indicates that there is no bell or siren connected to the bell output terminals of the panel.
Please note that when connecting a bell or siren to an optional relay output the trouble indicator will always be on. To
avoid this, connect a 1k9 resistor across the bell output. The control panel only recognizes bells or siren connected
directly to the bell output of the control panel not those connected through a relay.
11.12.4 Maximum Bell Current - Key [5]
The bell output is microprocessor controlled and will automatically shutdown when the current exceeds 3A. If this
occurs, the [5] key will illuminate. After opening the short or reducing the load, the bell current is restored upon the
following alarm generation.
This trouble indicator will only appear when the bell is activated (i.e. during an alarm).
11.12.5 Maximum Auxiliary Current - Key [6]
The illumination of the [6] key indicates that the auxiliary current has exceeded 1A. This will cause automatic shutdown
of the auxiliary output. After opening the short or reducing the load, the panel will restore power to the auxiliary output
following the dynamic battery test (approximately 60 seconds).
11.12.6 Communicator Report Failure - Key [7]
If the control panel was unsuccessful when attempting to communicate with the central station computer or the
Espload software the [7] key will illuminate.
11.12.7 Timer Loss - Key [8]
The illumination of the [8] key indicates that the control panel’s internal clock must be re-programmed. To re-program
the timer press:
[ENTER] + (Installer, Master or User 1 Code) + [MEM] + 2 digits (00 to 23) representing hours + 2 digits (00 to 59)
representing minutes + [ENTER]
11.12.8 Tamper / Zone Wiring Failure - Key [9]
If the Tamper / Wire Fault Recognition Options (see section 10.7 on page 36) are enabled, the [9] key will illuminate to
indicate a short or cut on a zone input. In order to provide line short recognition the zone connections must have EOL
resistors (see Zone Input Terminal Connections section 2.8 on page 6 to section 2.10 on page 9).
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11.12.9 Telephone Line Monitoring - Key [10]
If the Telephone Line Monitoring (TLM) feature (see section 10.1 on page 35) is enabled, the [10] key will illuminate to
indicate that the control panel has not detected the presence of a telephone line for 30 seconds.
11.12.10 Fire Trouble - Key [11]
The illumination of the [11] key indicates a tamper on zone 3, if identified as a fire zone (see "24 Hour" & Fire Zones in
ssection 7.5 on page 26).
11.13 Key Access Programming
This method allows for quick programming of features without entering addresses or section numbers. The following features are
programmed using the installer code as well as the master code and user 1 codes.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Auto Arm Time: for details see section 8.1.1 on page 30.
Panel Time: for details see section 10.5 on page 36.
Manual Test Report: for details see section 6.8 on page 24.
Call Espload: for details see section 5.5 on page 17.
Answer Espload: for details see section 5.6 on page 17.
Cancel Communication: for details see section 5.7 on page 17.
Installer Test Mode: for details see section 10.9 on page 37.
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FCC WARNINGS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules subpart D and CS-03. Inside the cover of this equipment is a label that contains, among other
information, the FCC registration number of this equipment.
NOTIFICATION TO TELEPHONE COMPANY
Upon request, customer shall notify telephone company of particular line to which the connection will be made, and provide the FCC registration number and
the ringer equivalence of the protective circuit.
FCC REGISTRATION NUMBER:
RINGER EQUIVALENCE NUMBER:
USOC JACK:
5A7CAN-22633 - AL - E
0.1B (U.S. & CANADA)
RJ31X (USA), CA31A (CANADA)
TELEPHONE CONNECTION REQUIREMENTS
Except for telephone company provided ringers, all connections to the telephone network shall be made through standard plugs and telephone company
provided jacks, or equivalent, in such a manner as to allow for easy, immediate disconnection of terminal equipment. Standard jacks shall be so arranged
that, if plug connected thereto is withdrawn, no interference to operation of equipment at customer's premises which remains connected to telephone
network shall occur by reason of such withdrawal.
INCIDENCE OF HARM
Should terminal equipment/protective circuitry cause harm to telephone network, telephone company shall, where practicable, notify customer that
temporary disconnection of service may be required; however, where prior notice is not practicable, the telephone company may temporarily discontinue
service if action is deemed reasonable in circumstances. In case of temporary discontinuance, telephone company shall promptly notify customer and will be
given opportunity to correct the situation.
CHANGES IN TELEPHONE COMPANY EQUIPMENT OR FACILITIES
The telephone company may make changes in its communication facilities, equipment operations or procedures, where such actions are reasonably
required and proper in its business. Should any such changes render customer's terminal equipment incompatible with the telephone company facilities, the
customer shall be given adequate notice to effect the modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
GENERAL
This equipment shall not be used on coin telephone lines. Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs.
RINGER EQUIVALENCE NUMBER (REN)
The ren is useful to determine the quantity of devices that you may connect to your telephone line and still have all of those devices ring when your
telephone number is called. In most, but not all areas, sum of the ren's of all devices connected to one line should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the
number of devices that you may connect to your line, you may want to contact your local telephone company.
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE FACILITY
If you experience trouble with this telephone equipment, please contact facility indicated below for information on obtaining service or repairs. The telephone
company may ask that you disconnect this equipment from network until problem is corrected or until you are sure that the equipment is not malfunctioning.
FCC PART 15, WARNINGS
INFORMATION TO USER
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class B digital devices, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy, and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to equipment intermittently, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: (1) re orient or relocate the receiving antenna; (2) increase the
separation between the equipment and receiver; (3) connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit other than the one to which the receiver is connected, or
(4) consult the dealer or an experienced radio/tv technician for assistance.
CAUTION:
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by PARADOX SECURITY SYSTEMS could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
WARRANTY
Paradox Security Systems Ltd. (“Seller”) warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use for a period of one year. Except
as specifically stated herein, all express or implied warranties whatsoever, statutory or otherwise, including without limitation, any implied warranty of merchantability
and fitness for a particular purpose, are expressly excluded. Because Seller does not install or connect the products and because the products may be used in
conjunction with products not manufactured by Seller, Seller cannot guarantee the performance of the security system and shall not be responsible for circumstances
resulting from the product’s inability to operate. Seller obligation and liability under this warranty is expressly limited to repairing or replacing, at Seller's option, any
product not meeting the specifications. Returns must include proof of purchase and be within the warranty period. In no event shall the Seller be liable to the buyer or
any other person for any loss or damages whether direct or indirect or consequential or incidental, including without limitation, any damages for lost profits stolen goods,
or claims by any other party, caused by defective goods or otherwise arising from the improper, incorrect or otherwise faulty installation or use of the merchandise sold.
Notwithstanding the preceding paragraph, the Seller’s maximum liability will be strictly limited to the purchase price of the defective product. Your use of this
product signifies your acceptance of this warranty.
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*BEWARE: Dealers, installers and/or others selling the product are not authorized to modify this warranty or make additional warranties that are binding on
the Seller.
ATTACHMENT LIMITATION NOTICE
The Industry Canada label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets certain telecommunications network protective,
operational and safety requirements. The Department does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user's satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The
equipment must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection. The customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions may
not prevent degradation of service in some situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made
by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the
equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe
system, if present, are connected together. This precaution may be particularly important in rural areas.
CAUTION: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the appropriate electrical inspection authority, or electrician,
as appropriate.
The Load Number (LN) assigned to each terminal device denotes the percentage of the total load to be connected to a telephone loop which is used by the
device, to prevent overloading. The termination on a loop may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the total of the Load
Numbers of all of the devices does not exceed 100.
Industry Canada certification is only applicable to installation of devices which include transformers approved by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA).
RESTRICTIONS CONCERNANT LE RACCORDEMENT DE MATÉRIEL
L'étiquette d'Industrie Canada identifie le matériel homologué. Cette étiquette certifie que le matériel est conforme à certaines normes de protection,
d'exploitation et de sécurité des réseaux de télécommunications. Le Ministère garantir toutefois pas que le matériel fonctionnera à la satisfaction de
l'utilisateur.
Avant d'installer ce matériel, l'utilisateur doit s'assurer qu'il est permis de le raccorder aux installations de l'entreprise locale de télécommunication. De plus,
le matériel doit être installé en suivant une méthode acceptable de raccordement. L'abonné ne doit pas oublier qu'il est possible que la conformité aux
conditions énoncées ci-dessus n'empêchent pas la dégradation du service dans certaines situations.
Les réparations de matériel homologué doivent être effectuées par un centre de service d'entretien canadien autorisé désigné par le fournisseur. La
compagnie de télécommunications peut demander à l'utilisateur de débrancher un appareil à la suite de réparations ou de modifications effectuées par
l'utilisateur ou à cause d'un mauvais fonctionnement.
Pour sa propre protection, l'utilisateur doit s'assurer que tous les fils de mise à la terre de la source d'energie électrique, des lignes téléphoniques et des
canalisations d'eau métalliques, s'il y en a, sont raccordés ensemble. Cette précaution est particulièrement importante dans les régions rurales.
AVERTISSEMENT: L'utilisateur ne doit pas tenter de faire ces raccordements lui-même; il doit avoir recours à une service d'inspection des installations
électriques, ou à un électricien, selon le cas.
L'indice de charge (IC) assigné à chaque dispositif indique, pour éviter toute surcharge, le pourcentage de la charge totale qui peut être raccordée à un
circuit téléphonique bouclé utilisé par ce dispositif. La terminaison du circuit bouclé peut être constituée de n'importe quelle combinaison de dispositifs,
pourvu que la somme des indices de charge de l'ensemble des dispositifs ne dépasse pas 100.
La certification d'Industrie Canada s'applique seulement aux installations d'appareils utilisant un transformateur approuvé par l'Association Canadienne de
Normalisation (CSA).
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REQUIREMENTS AND GUIDELINES FOR UL INSTALLATIONS
UL has only evaluated the 708, 728, 728 EXPRESS, 738, 738 EXPRESS, 748 and 748ES for compatibility with the Ademco model 685,
FBI model CP220FB, SUR-GUARD SG-MLR2-D6 and Silent Knight model 9000.
UL listed in accordance with standard UL1023 (Household Burglar - Alarm System Units), standard UL985 (Household Fire Warning Units)
and UL1635 (Digital Alarm Communicator System Units).
Look for the UL mark on the product. Only products bearing this mark are UL listed.
Some operational features are not permitted in UL installations. To respect the standards for household applications, the installer should
follow these guidelines when configuring the system.
1. ALL components of the system should be UL listed for the intended application.
2. If the installation is a FIRE ALARM application, refer to NFPA Standard 74 for details on smoke detector locations. There must be at least
one UL-Listed Indoor Fire Alarm Warning Signalling Appliance.
3. For UL/ULC Burglar Applications:
Maximum entry time = UL 45 seconds / ULC 60 seconds
Maximum exit time = UL 60 seconds / ULC 120 seconds
Minimum bell cutoff time = 4 minutes
4. Keypad Model 639 is not UL listed.
5. The upload/download software should not be used on UL listed systems.
6. All outputs are Class 2 or power-limited, except for the battery terminal. The Class 2 and power-limited fire alarm circuits shall be
installed using CL3, CL3R, CL3P or substitute cable permitted by the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
REQUIREMENTS AND GUIDELINES FOR AUSTEL INSTALLATIONS
Austel-approved installations: use a transformer approved by the State Electricity commission, such as "Dyen" PA series 15VAC 22VA.
With this transformer, do not exceed the following maximum currents:
- maximum Auxiliary current (including keypads): 300mA
- maximum Bell current :600mA
REQUIREMENTS AND GUIDELINES FOR ULC INSTALLATIONS
When the system controls a fire alarm system, wiring method must correspond to section 32 of the Canadian Electrical Code.
Look for the ULC mark on the product. Only products bearing this mark are ULC listed.
For technical support in the US and Canada, call 1-800-791-1919, Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. EST.
Technical support can also be reached by fax at (450) 491-2313, or via e-mail at support@paradox.ca.
© 2002-2004 Paradox Security Systems Ltd. All rights reserved. Specifications may change without prior notice. One or more of the
following US patents may apply: 6215399, 6111256, 5751803, 5721542, 5287111, 5119069, 5077549, 5920259, 5886632. Canadian and
international patents may also apply.
Esprit is a trademark or registered trademark of Paradox Security Systems Ltd. or its affiliates in Canada, the United States and/or other
countries.
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INDEX
24Hr Zones ........................................................................ 26
Contact ID Event Codes Table ............................................. 21
Current Consumption Table ................................................... 5
A
D
About this manual ................................................................. 2
AC Power ............................................................................ 4
Access Codes .................................................................... 13
Accessories ......................................................................... 3
Alarm Codes ...................................................................... 22
Alarm Memory ................................................................... 40
Alarm Relay Ouputs .............................................................. 5
Alarm Transmission Delay ................................................... 31
Answer Espload ................................................................. 17
Answering Machine Override Options Table .......................... 16
Arming Codes .................................................................... 22
Arming Partitions ................................................................ 39
Arming Using A Keyswitch ................................................... 31
Arming with a Keyswitch ..................................................... 40
ATZ .................................................................................. 26
ATZ Connections ............................................................... 10
Audible Trouble Warning ..................................................... 37
Auto Arm Time ................................................................... 30
Auto Arming Options ........................................................... 30
Auto Arming Options Table .................................................. 30
Auto Test Reports .............................................................. 24
Auto Zone Shutdown .......................................................... 28
Automatic Event Buffer Transmission ................................... 17
Auxiliary Power Terminals ..................................................... 5
Decimal Programming ........................................................ 15
Dialing Options .................................................................. 35
Dialing Pulse Rates ............................................................ 35
Disarming Codes ................................................................ 22
Disarming Partitions ........................................................... 39
Disarming with a Keyswitch ................................................. 40
Double Reporting ............................................................... 19
Double Zone Input Connections. See ATZ Connections
Duress Code ...................................................................... 13
Numerics
E
Earth Ground ....................................................................... 4
Entry Delay 1 ..................................................................... 27
Entry Delay 2 ..................................................................... 27
EOL Zones ........................................................................ 28
Espload Software ............................................................... 14
Event Reporting ................................................................. 18
Exclude Power Failure from Trouble Display ......................... 37
Exit Delay .......................................................................... 31
F
Fast Exit ............................................................................ 39
Feature Select Programming ............................................... 15
Features .............................................................................. 2
Fire Circuit
B
Backup Battery ..................................................................... 4
Battery Test ......................................................................... 5
Battery, Backup .................................................................... 4
Beep on Exit Delay ............................................................. 31
Bell Cut-off Time ................................................................ 32
Bell Ouput ........................................................................... 5
Bell Squawk ....................................................................... 31
Bypass Enabled Zones ....................................................... 28
Bypass Recall .................................................................... 40
Fire Zones ......................................................................... 26
Follow Zones ..................................................................... 27
Force Arming ..................................................................... 38
G
Ground ................................................................................ 4
H
Hexa Programming ............................................................. 14
Hexa Streamlined Section Programming ............................... 14
C
Call Back ........................................................................... 17
Call Espload ...................................................................... 17
Cancel Communication ....................................................... 17
Central Station Telephone Number 1 .................................... 20
Central Station Telephone Number 2 .................................... 20
Chime Zones, Keypad ........................................................ 40
Code Priority ...................................................................... 32
Commonly Used PGM Options Table ................................... 34
Communicator Formats
Ademco Contact ID
All Codes ............................................................... 21
Programmable Codes ................................................ 22
Ademco Express ............................................................ 22
DTMF .......................................................................... 22
Standard Pulse Formats ................................................... 22
Communicator Formats Table .............................................. 21
Computer Telephone Number .............................................. 17
Connecting a Tamper Switch on a Keypad .............................. 8
Connecting Programmable Outputs ........................................ 6
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Standard Installation ........................................................ 12
UL/ULC Installation ......................................................... 12
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Input Connections for Single Zones. See Single Zone Connections
Input Connections for Zone Doubling. See ATZ Connections
Installer Code .................................................................... 13
Installer Lock ..................................................................... 13
Installer Test Mode ............................................................. 37
Instant Zones ..................................................................... 27
Intellizone Time Delay ......................................................... 26
Intellizones ........................................................................ 26
K
Key Access Programming ................................................... 15
Keypad Chime Zones ......................................................... 40
Keypad Connections ............................................................. 6
Keypad Function Test ........................................................... 5
Keypad Panic Options ........................................................ 35
Keypad Zone 1 Supervision ................................................. 28
Keypad Zone 2 Supervision .................................................28
Keypad Zone Connections .....................................................6
Keypad Zone Recognition Table ............................................8
Keyswitch Arming ...............................................................31
Keyswitch Arming / Disarming ..............................................40
Keyswitch Arming Table ......................................................31
Keyswitch Connections .........................................................6
R
Recent Close Delays ..........................................................24
Regular Arming ..................................................................38
Regular Reporting ..............................................................19
Report Code Disarming Options ...........................................24
Report Zone Restore Options ..............................................24
Reporting Disabled .............................................................19
Reporting Event Codes
Alarm Codes ..................................................................22
Arming Codes ................................................................22
Disarming Codes ............................................................22
Shutdown Codes ............................................................23
Special Codes ................................................................23
Tamper / Trouble Codes ...................................................23
Trouble / Restore Codes ...................................................23
L
Location and Mounting ..........................................................4
M
Manual Test Report ............................................................24
Manual Zone Bypassing ......................................................40
Master Code ......................................................................13
Master Code Programming ..................................................38
Mounting .............................................................................4
N
No Movement Auto Arm Time ..............................................30
No Movement Auto Arming ..................................................30
Reporting Options
Double Reporting ............................................................19
Regular Reporting ...........................................................19
Reporting Disabled ..........................................................19
Split Reporting ...............................................................19
Reporting Options Table ......................................................19
Reproting Event Codes
Restore Codes
...............................................................23
Restore Codes ...................................................................23
O
One-key Double Stay Arming ...............................................39
One-key Regular Arming ...............................................30, 38
One-key Stay / System A Arming .........................................31
One-Key Stay Arming .........................................................39
One-key System A Arming ...................................................39
Other Options .....................................................................35
P
Panel Answer Options .........................................................16
Panel Identifier ...................................................................16
Panel Settings for Espload ...................................................16
Panel Time ........................................................................36
Partition Arming / Disarming ................................................39
Partitioning .........................................................................27
PC Password .....................................................................16
PGM Options .....................................................................34
PGM Timer Setting .............................................................33
PGM Type Selection Table ..................................................33
PGM Types
AND Logic ....................................................................33
EQUAL Logic .................................................................33
OR Logic ......................................................................33
Regular N.O. / N.C. .........................................................33
Timed N.O. / N.C. ...........................................................33
PGMs, Programming ...........................................................33
Power ..................................................................................4
Power Down Reset .............................................................37
Power Failure Report Delay .................................................24
Programmable Outputs
Connecting
......................................................................6
Programming Master and User Codes ..................................38
Programming Methods
Espload Software ............................................................14
Keypad
Decimal Programming ...............................................15
Feature Select Programming .......................................15
Hexa Programming ...................................................14
Hexa Streamlined Section Programming ........................14
Key Access Programming ...........................................15
Programming PGMs ...........................................................33
S
Shutdown Codes ................................................................23
Silent Panics Option ............................................................32
Silent Zone Options ............................................................32
Silent Zones .......................................................................26
Single Zone Connections .......................................................9
Siren Output .........................................................................5
Special Codes ....................................................................23
Specifications .......................................................................3
Split Reporting ...................................................................19
Squawk, Bell ......................................................................31
Stay Arming .......................................................................38
System A / Stay Zones ........................................................28
System Account Codes .......................................................21
System B Zones .................................................................28
System Disarming ..............................................................40
T
Tamper / Wire Fault Recognition Options ..............................36
Tamper Bypass Options ......................................................37
Tamper Codes ...................................................................23
Tamper Fault Recognition Options .......................................36
Tamper Recognition Table ...................................................36
Telephone Line Connection ...................................................5
Telephone Line Monitoring (TLM) .........................................35
Telephone Line Monitoring Table .........................................35
Telephone Number Special Instructions Table .................20, 23
Test
Battery ...........................................................................5
Keypad Function ...............................................................5
Time Correction ..................................................................36
Time Correction Table .........................................................36
Timed Auto Arming .............................................................30
Trouble Codes ...................................................................23
Trouble Display Monitoring ..................................................41
Trouble Restore Codes .......................................................23
Troubles
Bell Disconnected ...........................................................41
Communicator Report Failure ............................................41
Fire Trouble ...................................................................42
ESPRIT 728 SERIES 47
Maximum Auxiliary Current ............................................... 41
Maximum Bell Current ...................................................... 41
No Battery / Low Battery ................................................... 41
Power Failure ................................................................ 41
Tamper / Zone Wiring Failure ............................................. 41
Telephone Line Monitoring (TLM) ....................................... 42
Timer Loss .................................................................... 41
U
User / Access Code Length ................................................. 13
User / Keypad Functions ..................................................... 38
User Code Programming ..................................................... 38
User Codes ....................................................................... 13
W
Wire Fault Recognition Options ............................................ 36
Z
Zone 9 .............................................................................. 27
Zone Bypassing, Manually ................................................... 40
Zone Definitions ................................................................. 25
Zone Recognition Table, Keypad ........................................... 8
Zone Speed ....................................................................... 26
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