Ness D16 rev 4.6 - Argus Home Security Solutions

D16
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TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPLIANCE
D16 V4.6
INSTALLER MANUAL
Revision 4.6
March 2003
Document Part Number: 890-248
For product: 100-687 D16 Control Panel
© 2003 Ness Security Products Pty Ltd ABN 28 069 984 372
D16installer rev4.6 pmo170303
Specifications may change without notice.
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CONTENTS
Introduction .................................................................. 4
Features ....................................................................... 4
Specifications ............................................................... 5
Packing list ................................................................... 5
Installation procedures ................................................ 5
D16 CONNECTION DIAGRAM .................................. 6
Wiring examples .......................................................... 7
D16 LCD Keypad ........................................................ 10
OPERATION SUMMARY ......................................... 11
HOW TO PROGRAM
Quick start Programming ........................................... 12
How to enter Program Mode ..................................... 13
Program mode levels ................................................. 13
PROGRAMMING OPTIONS
USER CODES .......................................................... 14
Timers ......................................................................... 15
Vibration Sensitivity .................................................... 16
Zone Assignment .................................................. 17-19
Day zones, Temporary Day Zones .......................... 19
AREA PARTITIONING ....................................... 20-21
Zone To Output Mapping ...................................... 22-23
Various Options ..................................................... 24-25
Tamper/Keypad Panic Output Mapping ................... 26
System Operation Shortcuts ...................................... 27
MONITOR MODE OUTPUT MAPPING .................... 28
Day mode output mapping ........................................ 28
Miscellaneous Options .............................................. 29
SUPERVISED RADIO ZONES ................................. 31
Supervision time ........................................................ 31
Radio Supervision Alerts ...................................... 32-33
ZONE SPLIT ............................................................. 35
Misc. Radio Key options ....................................... 36-39
TELEPHONE DIALLER
Telephone Numbers 1 & 2 ......................................... 40
Client Account Number 1 & 2 ............................... 40-41
Telephone Number 3 - Test Calls .............................. 41
Telephone Number 4 - Callback ............................... 41
Follow me Telephone Number .................................. 41
Report zone alarms .................................................... 42
Report zone restorals ................................................. 42
Report multiple zone alarms ...................................... 42
Account No.2 zones ................................................... 42
Report Miscellaneous alarms .................................... 43
Report Miscellaneous Restorals ............................... 43
Restoral Reporting options ........................................ 43
Test Call Interval ......................................................... 44
Time before Next test call .......................................... 44
Dialling Method .......................................................... 44
Disable Dialler ............................................................ 45
Contact ID format ................................................... 45
Audible DTMF format ................................................. 45
Audible Pulse format .............................................. 45
Contact ID + Audible DTMF format ........................... 46
Contact ID + Audible Pulse format ........................... 46
Contact ID Reporting Codes .................................. 46
Alternate Dialling ........................................................ 47
Check for dial tone ..................................................... 47
Number of Dialling Attempts ...................................... 47
Area1 open/close reports .......................................... 48
Area2 open/close reports .......................................... 48
Siren Chirp on kiss-off ............................................... 48
Strobe Flash on kiss-off ............................................. 48
Forced Opening Report ............................................. 49
Delay Closing Report ................................................. 49
Manual Exclude Report ............................................. 49
Auto Exclude Report .................................................. 49
Enable Test Calls ....................................................... 50
Mains Report Delay .................................................... 50
Listen-in to dialler ....................................................... 50
Swinger Shutdown ..................................................... 51
Line Fault Monitor ...................................................... 51
Line Fault to AUX2 ..................................................... 51
Remote access ........................................................... 52
Direct Connect ............................................................ 52
Remote Arming, enabling .......................................... 52
Remote DisArming ..................................................... 52
Remote AUX Control .................................................. 52
Remote Status Reporting ........................................... 52
Remote Event Reporting ............................................ 52
Callback Mode ........................................................... 53
Required Rings .......................................................... 54
“No Memory Warning” zones .................................... 54
Clear Radio Devices .................................................. 55
Clear Memory ............................................................. 55
FACTORY DEFAULTS .............................................. 55
RADIO DEVICE PROGRAMMING ..................... 56, 57
Radio Quick Start ....................................................... 58
NESS RADIO INTERFACE ...................................... 58
Signal strength ........................................................... 58
Radio Devices - Operation ......................................... 59
RADIO SUPERVISION ............................................ 59
OUTPUT EXPANDER .............................................. 60
REMOTE OPERATION BY TELEPHONE ................. 62
AUDIBLE MONITORING OPERATION ....................... 62
PROGRAMMING OPTIONS SUMMARY .................. 63
INSTALLATION RECORD .......................................... 64
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INTRODUCTION
D16 FEATURES
•
8 or 16 Fully programmable zones
•
Any combination of 8 or 16 hardwire
or radio zones
•
Full radio supervision
•
Contact ID Dialler Format
•
Ultra-Modern and Impact resistant
Housing
•
Ness Audible Dialler Format
•
"Follow Me" Audible Dialler Option
•
Separate 24 Hour Tamper input
•
Single or Double Trigger Zones
•
Remote LCD Keypads (Max 3)
•
Fully programmable via the system
Keypad - Eliminates the need for
expensive programmers or Proms.
The Ness D16 alarm control panel has been designed to provide you, the security
professional, with a 16 zone hardwired and wireless control panel featuring ease of
installation, ease of programming and user friendly operation in a package which is
functional and attractive. The design and build of this product is based on the Ness
philosophy of excellence without compromise.
Version History
V4.6
• New Feature - Temporary Day Zones.
• Enable or Disable Day Zones from operating mode.
• Dialler Client Codes for transmission to a central station can be entered in HEX.
• Mains fail alarm can be disabled.
•
Inbuilt Vibration Sensor Analyser
•
All programming data is permanently
stored in a non-volatile EEprom
memory
•
Windows based Up\Down load
Software allows remote programming
and event status
•
True Dynamic Battery Test every time
the Panel is armed / disarmed and
every hour
•
Area Partitionable (2 Areas). Any
Zone can be programmed to any
area, as well as common areas
•
Comes complete with an AC plug
pack and supports a 12V 7Ah battery
to maintain systems security under all
power supply conditions
•
Monitor Mode (Home Mode)
•
Outputs are separately fused with
Automatic Reset Fuses
•
Day Zone feature.
•
Temporary Day Zone feature.
•
Zone inputs can be split with two
end-of-line resistors so that two
detection devices (ie reed switches)
can both be monitored to provide
maximum security
•
30 Event Memory
•
Supports 16 Radio Devices (Radio
PIRs, Radio Reeds etc)
•
Supports 14 Radio Keys
•
All inputs and outputs are heavily
protected against lightning and high
voltage supply transients. An earth
terminal is provided for extra protection
•
15 User Codes
•
‘Arm only’ codes can be programmed
•
Programmable Inputs to activate
selectable Outputs
•
Designed utilising the latest SMD
Technology
•
Simple to Program and Use.
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The NESS D16 is a wholly Australian Designed and Manufactured product from
Ness Security Products Pty Ltd, Australia's largest manufacturer of quality electronic
security products. Ness Security Products Pty Ltd is a Quality Accredited Company
to ISO 9001.
• Test report clock can be programmed to use the internal oscillator for timing.
• Zones can be selected not to flash the Memory icon.
• RK4 Radio Key AUX button can be mapped to the D8/D16 Aux2 output.
V4.5
• Monitor Arming By Radio Key. Pressing the ON button twice can now be used to enter
MONITOR mode. This addition was done to allow MONITOR mode arming using a
RADIO keypad.
• Test Call Timing. When sending Test Calls, the time between dialling attempts is
increased to 60 minutes for the 2nd round of dialling.
• Arming from Monitor Mode. Arm Only codes can arm the panel directly from Monitor
Mode. (Normal user codes can arm only from the disarmed state.)
• Strobe Timeout. Strobe output will time out after 72 hours. This stops continuous strobe
operation when the alarmed premises are vacant for long periods.
• Software Version. The software version of the panel is displayed in Program mode by
entering P99999999E (eight 9’s).
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D16 SPECIFICATIONS
Box construction ............ 3mm Polycarbonate (equiv. 1.2mm mild steel)
PACKING LIST
Box Dimensions ............. 223W x 300H x 85D mm
100-687 Ness D16 Control Panel
Plug Pack ...................... 240Vac, output 17Vac@1.4A
Power Supply ................ 13.8Vdc @ 800mA
QTY DESCRIPTION
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
8
1
1
1
1
2
2
D16 main board
D16 housing
Ness LCD keypad (100-667)
17VAC plug pack
12V 7Ah battery (optional)
Dialler telephone lead
User manual
Installer manual
2.2K End Of Line resistors
4.7K End Of Line resistors
Lead assembly for Battery
Lead assembly for Internal Tamper
Tamper bracket
Zone list label
Housing cover screws
Circuit board standoff
Quiescent Current ......... 80mA with 1 Keypad
Operating Voltage ........ 9.5V- 14V dc
Rechargeable Battery ... 12 volt 7.0 Amp/hour, lead acid
Battery Charging current
350mA maximum, current limited
Dynamic Battery Test .... Every Hour and on arming 10.75V with a 5 amp load
Fuses ............................. 2 Amp resettable / sirens & reset.
500mA resettable / 12 volt auxiliary outputs
200 mA resettable / strobe output
INPUTS .......................... 8 physical Zone inputs
(16 Zones inputs with Zone Split enabled)
2 physical 24hr Tamper inputs
End of line resistor .........
Remote Keypad input ....
Maximum Keypads ........
J2 Header ......................
2200 Ohm (or Zone Split 2200 Ohm & 4700 Ohm)
Proprietary
3
Multi-pin connector for the Ness Radio Interface (100-200)
OUTPUTS
Siren ............................... On board siren driver. Timed output.
Maximum 3 x 8 Ohm horn speakers
Strobe ............................ 12V DC timed output. Maximum 2 x 1 Watt strobe lights
Reset .............................. 12V DC timed output. Maximum 3 x 12V piezo screamers
Equipment power output 13.8V DC output for powering detectors and other equipment.
Maximum 500mA.
J3 Header ...................... Multi-pin connector provides the outputs AUX1, AUX2, ARM1,
ARM2, 12V DC. Also used to connect to the D16 Output Expander
(100-699).
INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
The location of the main panel housing should be in an area that is within the
protected area of the premises. A linen closet or cupboard are good examples
as these are generally located in the centre of the Premises.
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Positioning of the movement detectors should be considered as the incorrect
position may cause unwanted alarms.
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HOW TO REMOVE THE LID
1.
Unclip the lid by pushing in the directions of the arrows 1 and 2 as shown below.
2.
Remove the Battery from the base.
3.
Mount the rear panel housing to a secure location.
4.
Insert the PCB stand-offs in the Panel and then plug the circuit board onto the stand-offs.
5.
Wire to the circuit board terminal blocks, as per the wiring instructions shown in this
installation manual.
6.
Replace the Battery.
7.
Insert the panel tamper bracket as shown at left.
8.
Program the control panel as required
INSTALLING PCB STANDOFFS
& TAMPER BRACKET
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CONNECTION DIAGRAM
TELEPHONE LEAD (Supplied)
Connect to Mode3 socket
N.O TAMPER SWITCH
(761-002) Colour: BLACK
Supplied with Ness siren covers
ALTERNATIVE TAMPER SWITCH WIRING
For N.C. Tamper Switches
N.C TAMPER SWITCH (SWI920) Colour: WHITE
2K2
2K2
TAMP
0V
Zone 10
C
Z1
TO J3 HEADER
D16 BOARD
Zone 11
Zone 1
NESS SECURITY PRODUCTS
D16 OUTPUT EXPANDER
DAT
NESS SECURITY PRODUCTS
105-220
KEYPAD
J1
J3
PROG
TAMP
12V DC Power
for detectors, etc
+12V
BOX TAMPER SWITCH
N.C. Contacts (WHITE)
(supplied)
NESS LCD Keypad
(100-667)
CLK
DAT
CLK
COM
COM
Up to 2 x Ness 12V Siren (100-172)
OR 3 x Top Hat Screamer (100-238)
RESET
Up to 2 x Strobe Light
(NOI-300)
STR
Up to 3 x Horn Speaker,
8 Ohm (NOI-110)
SIREN
BATTERY LEADS
(supplied)
Maximum
3 keypads
+12V
+12V
“HEARTBEAT” LED
Constantly flashes
J3 HEADER
Provides Open Collector
outputs as marked.
+12V
Zone 9
0V
BOX TAMPER LEADS
(supplied)
16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9
OUTPUTS
4K7 4K7
Zone 12
COM
Z2
Power up with link off to enter
installer program mode
AUX1
AUX2
ARM1
ARM2
12V
0V
Zone 2
Zone 3
4K7 4K7
Z3
Zone 4
4K7 4K7
= Sealed, normal state
= Tamper alarm state
2K2 2K2
C
Zone 13
J1
RECEIVER
J1 LINK
BOX TAMPER & PROGRAM LINK
Zone 5
Zone 14
J2
J2
Z4
2K2 2K2
Z5
Zone 6
2K2 2K2
C
2K2 2K2
Z6
D16 OUTPUT EXPANDER (Optional)
(100-699)
Zone 15
1
J2 CONNECTOR
NESS RADIO INTERFACE
(Optional)
Zone 7
Zone 16
2
Z7
Zone 8
6 5 4 3
OUTPUTS
C
7
Z8
4K7 4K7
12V DC Power for detectors, etc
+12V
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TELEPHONE
D16 MAIN BOARD
BATTERY
AC
17V AC (Red & Black)
17V
Ness 17V AC Plug Pack
(Australia only)
AC
EARTH (White)
EARTH
HEATSINK
BATTERY CONNECTION
Connect 12V 7Ah
backup battery
ZONE WIRING
NO ZONE SPLIT - Panel has 8 zones
WITH ZONE SPLIT - Panel has 16 zones
NORMALLY CLOSED (N.C.) DEVICES
NORMALLY CLOSED (N.C.) DEVICES
ZONES 1-8
Zone
C
2K2
ZONES 1-8
Zone
C
2K2
NESS RADIO INTERFACE (Optional)
(100-200)
ZONES 9-16
TO J2 HEADER
D16 BOARD
4K7
Red
White
Blue
Black
NORMALLY OPEN (N.O.) DEVICES
NORMALLY OPEN
(N.O.) DEVICES*
ZONES 1-8
4K7
C
2 x 2K2
When Zone Split is enabled, Normally Open devices
can only be wired to zones 1-8 as shown.
See page 35 for more information.
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+12V
ZONES 9-16
DATA
ZONES 1-8
Zone
RSSI
2
2K
C
OV
2 x 2K2
Zone
NORMALLY CLOSED
(N.C.) DEVICES
WIRING EXAMPLES
NO ZONE SPLIT
WITH ZONE SPLIT
DETECTORS - 4 WIRE CONNECTION
EXAMPLE 1
DETECTORS - 4 WIRE CONNECTION
EXAMPLE 4
ZONES 9-16
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CONTROL
PANEL
0V
+12V
N.C.
ALARM
N.C.
NESS D16
CONTROL
PANEL
ZONES 1-8
0V
+12V
Zone
C
N.C.
TAMPER
N.C.
TAMP
C
0V
+12V
N.C.
ALARM
N.C.
2K2
TAMP
C
NESS QUANTUM DETECTOR
(all models)
N.C.
TAMPER
N.C.
NESS QUANTUM DETECTOR
NESS QUANTUM DETECTOR
(all models)
(all models)
DETECTORS - 6 WIRE CONNECTION
EXAMPLE 2
N.C.
TAMPER
N.C.
2K2
0V
+12V
N.C.
ALARM
N.C.
4K7
ZONES 1-8
0V
+12V
Zone
C
DETECTORS - 6 WIRE CONNECTION
EXAMPLE 5
ZONES 9-16
NESS D16
CONTROL
PANEL
NESS D16
CONTROL
PANEL
ZONES 1-8
ZONES 1-8
0V
+12V
Zone
C
2K2
0V
+12V
N.C.
ALARM
N.C.
4K7
0V
+12V
N.C.
ALARM
N.C.
0V
+12V
Zone
C
N.C.
TAMPER
N.C.
TAMP
C
0V
+12V
N.C.
ALARM
N.C.
2K2
N.C.
TAMPER
N.C.
2K2
NESS QUANTUM DETECTOR
(all models)
2K2
TAMP
C
N.C.
TAMPER
N.C.
NESS QUANTUM DETECTOR
(all models)
NESS QUANTUM DETECTOR
(all models)
N.C. REED SWITCH
EXAMPLE 3
N.C. REED SWITCH
EXAMPLE 6
NESS D16
CONTROL
PANEL
NESS D16
CONTROL
PANEL
ZONES 9-16
4K7
REED SWITCH
(N.C. contacts)
0V
+12V
Zone
C
0V
+12V
Zone
C
ZONES 1-8
2K2
REED SWITCH
(N.C. contacts))
ZONES 1-8
2K2
REED SWITCH
(N.C. contacts)
TAMP
C
TAMP
C
SIREN WIRING
INTERNAL
ALTERNATIVE 12V SIRENS:
100-172 Ness 12V Internal Siren
NOI230 S110 12V Piezo Screamer
NOI240 S100 12V Piezo Screamer
100-238 Top Hat 12V Piezo Screamer
N.O TAMPER SWITCH
(761-002) Colour: BLACK
TAMP
C
NOTE:
Ness Panel & Noise KITS are
supplied with the Ness Internal
Horn Speaker (100-171). This must
be connected to the SIREN output
in parallel with the Horn Speaker/s.
2K2
RED
STR
SIREN
BLACK
RESET
HORN
SPEAKER
(NOI110)
The terminal block should
be mounted inside the
siren cover.
ALTERNATIVE TAMPER SWITCH WIRING
For N.C. Tamper Switches
STROBE LIGHT
(NOI300)
N.C TAMPER SWITCH
(SWI920) Colour: WHITE
RED
NESS D16
CONTROL
PANEL
EXTERNAL
BLACK
EXAMPLE 7
SIREN IDENTIFICATION:
WHITE
WHITE
100-171
Ness Internal Horn Speaker.
(WHITE wires).
Connects to SIREN output.
RED +
BLACK -
TAMP
C
2K2
100-172
Ness 12V Internal Siren.
(RED & BLACK wires).
Connects to RESET output.
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INPUTS
MONITORED ZONES
The Ness D16 has 18 separate monitored inputs.
• 16 x Fully programmable Zone inputs
• 2 x 24 hour Tamper input
ZONE INPUTS
Each zone input must be terminated with a 2K2 (2200 ohm) or 4K7 if Zone Split
end-of-line resistor as supplied. All inputs must be sealed with an EOL resistor
even if unused.
If there are two detection loops being used for any single zone input, then
cable security may be provided on both loops as shown in the series Zone
diagram below. Note: Each pair of zones share a common terminal.
For wiring details of Keypads, Keyswitches, Panic Buttons and Warning
devices, see the wiring diagrams in the wiring section of this manual.
TAMP - Tamper Input
The TAMP input must also be sealed with a 2K2 end of line resistor. This input
is always a 24hr input.
AC INPUT TERMINALS
These terminals are for the connection of the Ness plug-pack. The Ness D-8
requires an AC transformer rating of 1.4 Amps @ 17 Vac minimum. (Ness Part
No. POW215)
BATTERY
These terminals are for the connection of a sealed lead-acid rechargeable
12Volt battery. Charge current is limited to 350mA. The charge voltage is
factory preset at 13.8 V and does not need changing. Note: A 12 Volt sealed
lead acid rechargeable battery must be connected for correct panel operation.
Observe correct Polarity when connecting the battery.
(Ness Part Number BAT210 12V 7Ah battery)
EARTH
For maximum protection against damage caused by lightning strikes, connect
a good earth to this terminal. Alternatively use the Earth lead from the plug
pack.
PROG/TAMP - Program Link & Internal Tamper Input
The PROG/TAMP link appears on the two pin J1 header.
The PROG/TAMP link has two purposes:
1. To enter Installer Program Mode on initial power up. Power-up with
the PROG link OFF. The PROG link (or Box Tamper lead) must be ON in
operating mode.
2. Box Tamper. When used with the Internal Tamper Lead (supplied),
PROG/TAMP serves as the 24hr tamper input for the panel’s internal
tamper switch.
Replace the PROG Link with the Box Tamper Lead. Connect the Internal
Tamper Lead spade terminals directly to the terminals of the internal
tamper switch (supplied). An end-of-line resistor is NOT required on this
input.
When PROG/TAMP is used for Internal Tamper, powering up with the
panel’s cover open will enter Installer Program Mode.
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OUTPUTS
AUX OUTPUTS
The D8 and D16 Aux1 and Aux2
outputs can now be driven by a
number of different conditions and
alarms.
The following is a summary of the
Aux1 and Aux2 program options and
conditions.
AUX1 CAN BE TRIGGERED BY:
• Any zone alarm if programmed by
option P58E. The output remains on
until the panel is reset/disarmed.
• A Radio Supervision alarm if option
P66E 5E is on. The output remains on
until the panel is reset/disarmed.
12 VOLT OUTPUT:
A regulated 13.8 VDC output is available to power detectors and other equipment. This output
is available from two sets of terminals marked +12V and 0V. The output is protected by an
Automatic Reset fuse.
A maximum load of 500mA may be connected to these terminals.
SIREN:
The on-board siren driver will drive a maximum of 3 x 8 ohm horn speakers (Ness Part No.
NOI110 or 100-171 Internal Siren). The output will reset at the end of siren time (P29E) or
whenever the panel is reset, whichever comes first. This output has an internal Resettable fuse.
STR - Strobe:
A latched 12VDC output for connecting strobe lights. As of D16 Version 4.5, this output will
reset after 72 hours (3 days) or when the panel is disarmed.
(D16 versions prior to V4.5 allow indefinite strobe operation, until the panel is reset).
A maximum of 2 x 1 Watt Strobes (Ness Part No. NOI300) can be connected to this output.
The output is protected by an Automatic Reset fuse.
• Remotely by telephone.
RESET:
A 12V DC output for connecting Ness Sirens, piezo sirens or relays, etc. This output will reset
at the end of siren time (P29E) or whenever the panel is reset, whichever comes first.
• A Ness RK3 or RK4 Radio Key
PANIC button if options P68E 3E or
4E are on.
A maximum of 3 x 12V piezo Sirens (Ness Part No. NOI240, NOI 230, 100-238) or 2 X Ness
Piezo (Part No 100-172) can be connected to this output. The output is protected by an
Automatic Reset fuse.
(if 3E is on, the output Toggles, if 4E is
on, the output Pulses. If both 3E & 4E
are on, the output will Pulse).
J3 HEADER
Aux1: This output is an open collector (switch negative) which can supply a maximum of
100mA. Zone alarms may be selected to trigger this output by option P58E.
• A Ness RK4 Radio Key AUX button
if options P68E 3E or 4E and 7E are
on.
The J3 header is also used to connect to the optional D16 Output Expander.
AUX2 CAN BE TRIGGERED BY:
Aux2: This output is an open collector (switch negative) which can supply a maximum of
100mA. Zone alarms may be selected to trigger this output by option P59E.
Arm1: This output is an open collector (switch negative) which can supply a maximum of
100mA. This output is turned on when Area 1 is armed.
• Any zone alarm if programmed by
option P59E. The output remains on
until the panel is reset/disarmed.
Arm2: This output is an open collector (switch negative) which can supply a maximum of
100mA. This output is turned on when Area 2 is armed.
• A Radio Supervision alarm if option
P66E 6E is on. The output remains on
until the panel is reset/disarmed.
0V: 12V ground.
• Remotely by telephone.
• A Ness RK4 Radio Key AUX button
if option P69E 7E or 8E are on.
12V: 12V DC ouput for accessories. Maximum current draw 100mA.
J3
OPEN COLLECTOR
OUTPUTS
(if 7E is on, the output Toggles, if 8E is
on, the output Pulses. If both 7E & 8E
are on, the output will not work).
NOTE: Aux1 and Aux2 will both be
turned off by a Pulse on any other
output, (including siren/strobe).
For example, if either Aux output is
toggled on, the output will be turned
off by the Radio Key arm/disarm
strobe flash.
This makes it necessary to disable all
‘pulsing’ outputs if toggled Aux
outputs are to work correctly.
OUTPUT FUSING
The 12V ouputs, Siren, Reset and Strobe outputs are protected by Automatic Reset electronic
fuses. These outputs will automatically reset once the overload is removed.
BACKUP BATTERY
A properly charged battery MUST be installed to ensure the Siren, Strobe and Reset outputs
operate correctly.
SIREN LOAD
A maximum output of 2.0A continuous is available from the SIREN, and RESET outputs and
200mA from the STR output.
Recommended maximum power load:
3 x Horn speakers (SIREN output)
2 x Strobe lights (STR output)
2 x Ness Internal Sirens (100-172) (RESET output)
Note: (This assumes no more than 500mA is being drawn from the 12V device output).
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KEYPAD
D16 LCD KEYPAD
NESS D816 LCD KEYPAD (100-667)
The Ness LCD keypad provides
important visual and audible
indication of the system status and
is the main interface for controlling
the many powerful features of the
D16 system.
BACKLIT LCD
ICON DISPLAY
KEYPAD BEEPER
“Not Ready” light
EACH KEY PRESS
Not Ready
Information is displayed on a large
LCD icon display which is backlit for
easy night viewing.
DISPLAY TEST
To display all the keypad icons
button for at
press and hold the
least 2 seconds. All the icons will
be on whilst the
button is held
down.
Display Test can be activated at any
time either in operating mode or any
program mode.
NUMBER OF KEYPADS
Up to 3 LCD keypads can be
connected to the D16.
1 beep
PANIC BUTTONS
ARM
1
2
3
MONITOR BUTTON
MONITOR
4
5
6
EXCLUDE BUTTON
EXCLUDE
7
8
9
MEMORY BUTTON
MEMORY
P
0
E
ARM BUTTON
VALID ENTRY
3 beeps
ERROR BEEP
1 long beep
PROGRAM BUTTON
CABLE LENGTH
The maximum allowable cable
length is 100m (total cable length to
all keypads) .
OFF
10 beeps
ENTER BUTTON
ON
Zone is sealed
Zone is unsealed
Zone is unsealed, or Power fault
or System is Armed,
or phone line fault
Ready to Arm
Disarmed
Armed (AREA 1)
Disarmed
Armed (AREA 2)
Disarmed
Monitor Mode
FLASHING
Zone alarm
Monitor Mode
(LED Keypad only)
Normal
Mains Power is off
Normal
The panel’s backup
battery is low
Normal
Not Ready
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KEYPAD ICON STATUS
KEYPAD ICON
DISPLAY
ZONES 1-16
MAINS POWER IS OFF
or BATTERY IS LOW
Memory Mode selected
New alarms in memory
Normal
Zones are excluded
Normal
Tamper alarm
Normal
Receiving radio signal
Indicates that a Radio Key or
other radio device has a
low battery
Normal
Dialler is on line
Phone line fault or
failure to communicate
Normal
User Program Mode
Installer Program Mode
Ready to Arm
Not ready to Arm
KEYPAD INSTALLATION
· Unclip the top half of the keypad housing by
pushing the top clips down with a small
screwdriver and pulling the housing forward.
· Screw the base of the keypad housing to the wall
using the 4 mounting holes provided.
· Bring the 4 connecting wires to the terminal
block on the PCB on the rear of the keypad
housing.
· Connect the wires to the screw terminals as per
the wiring diagram shown in this manual.
· Clip the top half onto the base by first engaging
the bottom clips and swinging the top closed.
Push hard to ensure the clips engage.
· Attach the Zone list label on the inside of the lid.
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MEMORY MODE - EVENTS INDICATED BY KEYPAD LIGHTS:
LIGHT
Zone lights 1–16 ..................
(no lights) ............................
ARMED .................................
ARM2 ....................................
MAINS ..................................
BATTERY ..............................
TAMPER ...............................
EXCLUDE ..............................
LINE ......................................
RADIO, EXCLUDE ..................
RADIO, BATTERY, ZONE ........
RADIO, BATTERY, ARM .........
RADIO, TAMPER, ZONE .........
RADIO, MONITOR, ZONE .......
MEMORY EVENT
Zone alarm
Panel Disarmed
Panel Armed (or Area 1 Armed)
Area 2 Armed
Mains power failure
Low Battery
Tamper alarm (Siren cover, panel etc)
Panic alarm
Telephone line fail
Radio Key Panic alarm
Radio Device battery low, (Device number is indicated by zone lights)
Radio Key battery low, (Radio Key number is NOT indicated)
Radio Device tamper alarm (Device number is indicated by zone lights)
Radio Supervision fail (Device number is indicated by zone lights)
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OPERATION
LCD KEYPAD
ARM
(Arming Shortcut
must be ON, P62E 5E)
RADIO KEY
or...
[User Code]
x1
The panel must be in
a Disarmed state first.*
DISARM
The panel must be in
a Disarmed state first.
Press OFF button twice within 4 seconds
or ON button twice within 4 seconds
P69E 5E must be ON
Both keys together
or...
[User Code]
x2
or
[User Code]
or...
PANIC
(Keypad Panic Shortcut
must be ON, P62E 4E)
or...
Hold
Press and hold for 4 seconds
(P68E 3E & 4E must be OFF)
[5, 6, 8 or 9] [User Code]
KEYPAD DURESS
To Disarm and report a Duress Alarm, add any of the digits 5, 6, 8 or 9 before the User Code
when Disarming. P75E1E must be enabled
(Exclude Shortcut
must be ON, P62E 2E)
EXCLUDING ZONES
EXCLUDE + ENTER can only
be used when the panel is
disarmed.
[Zone No.]
[Zone No.]
or...
[User Code]
Enter the zone numbers to be Excluded
To exit Exclude mode
EXCLUDE + CODE + ENTER
can be used when the panel
is armed or disarmed.
(Memory Shortcut
must be ON, P62E 1E)
VIEW MEMORY
View Memory can only be
used when the panel is
disarmed.
x2
(Monitor Shortcut
must be ON, P62E 3E)
MONITOR MODE
Keypad Duress is factory
set for silent reporting
x1
[User Code]
To Disarm and/or reset
alarms.
Press
or...
[User Code]
repeatedly to display the last 30 events
To exit Memory mode
* NOTE ON ARMING: Normal user codes can arm the panel only if it is fully disarmed first. User codes that are programmed to be Arm Only
codes can arm the panel from Monitor mode or from the disarmed state.
TEMPORARY DAY
ZONES
The panel must be in
a Disarmed state first.*
P64E 2E must be on for
enable the use of
Temporary Day Zones.
Enters Temporary Day Zone selection mode.
[Zone No.]
Select zone/s to be Temporary Day Zones.
Saves changes and exits Temporary Day Zone selection mode.
Enables/disables Temporary Day mode.
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PROGRAMMING
QUICK START PROGRAMMING
Use one of these programming summaries for fast setup of your D16 as a
Local, Audible Monitored or Central Station Monitored system.
The control panel will be ready for use immediately.
QUICK START 1 - step by step
QUICK START 1
LOCAL SYSTEM
STEP
KEY STROKES
DESCRIPTION
COMMENT
Enter User Program Mode
Program Light is ON
Selects the option for User Code 1
The existing code is displayed by the
keypad lights, followed by 3 beeps
3
Enter the new User Code
Can be 3 to 6 digits long
4
Enter the new User Code again
The new code is displayed by the
keypad lights, followed by 3 beeps
5
To exit Program Mode
Program light turns OFF
1
1
2
Quick Start 1 shows you how to
change User Code 1 (the
Master Code).
2
1
1
By default, the dialler is
disabled until programmed.
3
QUICK START 2 - step by step
QUICK START 2
AUDIBLE MONITORING
Quick Start 2 shows you how to
change User Code 1 (the
Master Code), enable Audible
Monitoring and program 1
telephone number. This will
enable the dialler to report
alarms to any telephone
including mobile phones.
DESCRIPTION
COMMENT
Enter User Program Mode
Program Light is ON
2
0 0 0 0 0 0
Enter Installer Program Mode
Program Light is FLASHING
3
1
Selects the option for User Code 1
The existing code is displayed by the
keypad lights, followed by 3 beeps
4
Enter the new User Code
Can be 3 to 6 digits long
5
Enter the new User Code again
The new code is displayed by the
keypad lights, followed by 3 beeps
At P86E, turns ON option 4
Audible Monitoring enabled
STEP
KEY STROKES
1
1
2
1
6
8
6
7
7
0
8
3
4
Selects the option for Telephone No.1
Up to 15 digits
9
Enter the telephone number
Can be up to 15 digits long
To exit Program Mode
Program light turns OFF
See page 46 for further information on the operation of Audible Monitoring.
QUICK START 3 - step by step
QUICK START 3
CENTRAL STATION
MONITORING
Quick Start 3 shows you how to
change User Code 1 (the
Master Code), enable Central
Station Monitoring and
program 1 telephone number.
This will enable the dialler to
report alarms to a Central
Station.
STEP
KEY STROKES
DESCRIPTION
COMMENT
Enter User Program Mode
Program Light is ON
2
0 0 0 0 0 0
Enter Installer Program Mode
Program Light is FLASHING
3
1
Selects the option for User Code 1
The existing code is displayed by the
keypad lights, followed by 3 beeps
4
Enter the new User Code
Can be 3 to 6 digits long
5
Enter the new User Code again
The new code is displayed by the
keypad lights, followed by 3 beeps
1
1
2
1
6
8
6
7
7
0
8
9
3
2
1
Up to 15 digits
7
2
3
10
2
At P86E, turns ON option 2
Central station Monitoring enabled
Selects the option for Telephone No.1
Existing Ph No (if any) displayed
Enter the Telephone Number
Can be up to 15 digits long
Enter the Account Number
Must be 4 digits
To exit Program Mode
Program light turns OFF
Option P86E 2E is ON by factory default. This option only needs to be turned ON if previously
programmed OFF.
The Central Station’s receiver telephone number - supplied by the Central Station
Account Number to identify the premises - supplied by the Central Station
* Factory default Master Code is: 123
* Factory default Installer Code is: 000000
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FACTORY DEFAULT
MASTER CODE: 123
INSTALLER CODE: 000000
PROGRAM MODE LEVELS
TABLE 4. FLOW CHART
INSTALLER PROGRAM MODE
PROGRAM light
Installer Program Mode allows
access to ALL program options.
is FLASHING
Power up with Program Link OFF
(Usually on first time installation)
INSTALLER PROGRAM Mode
PROGRAM LIGHT IS FLASHING
PROGRAM
Note: The panel will remain in
Installer Program Mode indefinitely.
[INSTALLER CODE]
Factory default Installer Code: 000000
USER PROGRAM MODE
User Program Mode allows the
owner to program:
PROGRAM light
USER PROGRAM Mode
is ON
PROGRAM
PROGRAM LIGHT IS ON
• All User Codes
• Entry Exit Times
• Follow Me Telephone number
[MASTER CODE]
Factory default Master Code: 123
Note: The panel will automatically
drop out of User Program Mode to
Operating Mode if no keypad
buttons are pressed for 4 minutes.
NORMAL OPERATING Mode
PROGRAM LIGHT IS OFF
HOW TO ENTER PROGRAM MODE
FROM POWER UP
1. Power-up with the PROG link OFF.
(The PROG link (or Box Tamper lead) must be ON in Operating Mode).
USING KEYPAD
The panel must be Disarmed.
1. Press
The keypad will respond with 3 beeps
[MASTER CODE]
This is User Program Mode (PROGRAM light is ON).
2. Press
[INSTALLER CODE]
The keypad will respond with 3 beeps
This is Installer Program Mode (PROGRAM light is FLASHING).
HOW TO EXIT PROGRAM MODE
1. Press
then
This is Operating Mode (PROGRAM light is OFF).
Selects a program
option (address)
The current value
is displayed
3 beeps
ENTER button
Enter new value
using keys 0 - 9
3 beeps
ENTER button
2 or 3 Digit Option
(00 to 119)
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Enter new
data
The keypad lights or
icons will display the
current value
PROGRAM button
KEY SEQUENCE
IN PROGRAM
MODE
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PROGRAMMING
P11E — P25E
USER CODES
User codes are the 3 to 6 digit codes used to operate the panel by keypad.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
User, Installer, Remote by PC
User Codes 1-15: Used to arm/disarm the panel. These codes can also be
programmed as Arm Only codes. User Code 1 is also the Master Code
which is used to access Client Program mode.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
User Code 1: 123
Installer Code: 000000
All other codes: [blank]
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
NOTES:
• User Codes can be 3 to 6 digits in length.
• Codes beginning with 0 (zero) can be
programmed but they will not operate the
panel - this is an alternative method for
disabling user codes. The MEMORY E
function is recommended for deleting
user codes.
P [11-25] E existing code is displayed
[ENTER NEW CODE] E
[ENTER NEW CODE AGAIN] E new code is displayed
EXAMPLE: To program the Master Code
Enter new code
1
Enter new code again
1
• All codes must be unique to each other.
• User Codes 2–15 can be programmed to
be ARM ONLY codes.
• When programming a code you must
enter it twice for verification.
To delete a User Code, enter the MEMORY key in place of the code.
EXAMPLE: To delete User Code 2:
P12E MEMORY E
• To clear all codes (except the Installer
Code), enter P98E in Installer Program
mode. See Page 55.
ARM ONLY CODES
User Codes 2–15 can optionally be programmed as Arm Only Codes, which can
Arm but cannot Disarm the panel. (Used for cleaners, temporary staff, etc).
• Codes are rejected if already used. Some
codes that are similar to existing codes
may also be rejected.
• Open/Close reports are identified by user
number when the control panel is base
station monitored.
INSTALLER CODE NOTES:
TO DELETE A CODE:
Another feature of Arm Only codes is they can arm the panel directly from
Monitor Mode. (Normal user codes can arm the panel only if it is fully disarmed
first.)
EXAMPLE: To program User Code 2 to be 1234 and an Arm Only code:
P12E ARM E 1234E 1234E
The function of the Installer Code is to
gain access to Installer Program Mode.
When the code is viewed in program mode, the ARMED icon is displayed before
the digits of the code.
See Page 13, How To Enter Program
Mode.
ARM ONLY CODE DISABLE
See page 55, Programming The Installer
Code.
To deselect the Arm Only feature for a particular user code, simply enter the
option for that code and press ARM E without re-entering a new code. This
retains the existing code and toggles off the Arm Only feature.
CODE TABLE
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ENABLE AS A
RADIO CODE
OPTION No
DESCRIPTION
FACTORY
DEFAULT
User Code 1
P11E
Master Code
123
User Code 2
P12E
2E
User Code 3
P13E
3E
User Code 4
P14E
4E
User Code 5
P15E
5E
User Code 6
P16E
6E
User Code 7
P17E
7E
User Code 8
P18E
8E
User Code 9
P19E
1E
User Code 10
P20E
2E
Radio Key
programming,
User Code 11
P21E
3E
User Code 12
P22E
4E
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User Code 13
P23E
5E
User Code 14
P24E
6E
User Code 15
P25E
Installer Code
P99E
CODE
7E
Installer Code
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000000
P09E
P10E
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OPTION No
P26E
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
P26E
Entry Delay Time 1
20
P27E
Entry Delay Time 2
6
P28E
Exit Delay Time
P29E
Siren Reset Time
NOTE
Seconds
x10 = 60 seconds
60
Seconds
5
Minutes
ENTRY DELAY TIME1
User, Installer, Remote by PC
The Entry Delay Time 1 is the time given to disarm the Panel after a Entry Delay
1 zone is unsecured.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
The Entry Delay Time1 setting is from 1 to 99 seconds.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
20 seconds
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
NOTES:
P26E existing time is displayed [ENTER NEW TIME] E new time is displayed
• Programmable from 1 - 99 seconds
EXAMPLE: To program Entry Delay Time1 to be 30 seconds:
P26E 30E
P27E
ENTRY DELAY TIME2
User, Installer, Remote by PC
The Entry Delay Time2 is the time given to disarm the panel after an Entry
Delay2 zone is unsecured.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
The Entry Delay Time2 setting is from 10 to 990 seconds (1 - 99).
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
60 seconds
Note: The Entry Delay Time2 is set in 10 second increments so that a value
setting of 6 means a 60 seconds delay.
NOTES:
• Programmable from 10 - 990 seconds
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P27E existing time is displayed [ENTER NEW TIME] E new time is displayed
EXAMPLE: To program Entry Delay Time2 to be 600 seconds:
P27E 60E
P28E
EXIT DELAY TIME
The Exit Delay Time is the time given to secure and depart the premises after
the Panel is Armed. All zones (except 24hr zones) are inactive during the Exit
Delay time.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
User, Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
60 seconds
The Exit Delay Time setting is from 1 to 99 seconds.
NOTES:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
• Programmable from 1 - 99 seconds
P28E existing time is displayed [ENTER NEW TIME] E new time is displayed
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P62E 8E Exit Time x10
EXAMPLE: To program Exit Delay to be 85 seconds:
P28E 85E
P29E
SIREN RESET TIME
The Siren Reset Time sets the duration of the Siren and Reset outputs.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
The Siren Reset Time setting is from 1 to 99 minutes.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
5 minutes
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P29E existing time is displayed [ENTER NEW TIME] E new time is displayed
NOTES:
• Programmable from 1 - 99 minutes
• Siren times of longer than 5 minutes are
contrary to noise pollution regulations in
most areas.
EXAMPLE: To program Siren Time to be 4 minutes:
P29E 4E
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P30E - P38E
VIBRATION SENSITIVITY
Each zone has individually adjustable sensitivity for connection of Nessensor
Vibration Sensors.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
Zone sensitivity is adjusted by toggling zones ON or OFF in options P30E to
P38E.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
Normal sensitivity.
P30E, all zones = ON
P30E, Normal Sensitivity- vibration analyser disabled. This is used for normal
alarm devices. Zone response time, 200ms.
NOTES:
• Sensitivity can be individually
programmed for each zone.
• Zones are allocated to one sensitivity level
at any one time. Turning a zone ON in a
sensitivity level, turns the zone OFF in any
other sensitivity level.
P31-38E are the options for the 8 levels of vibration sensitivities. P31E is the
most sensitive setting.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P [30-38] E zones are displayed [Zone No] E
• To revert zone sensitivity back to Normal.
Turn the required zone/s ON at Option 30.
EXAMPLE: To program zones 2 and 3 to be Medium Sensitivity:
P34E 2E 3E the keypad display will show zone lights 2 & 3 to be ON
• USING NESSENSORS.
Nessensors are sensitive to high frequencies and insensitive to low frequencies.
Therefore it is not necessary to apply
much force to the protected structure,
rather a very rapid succession of blows.
The sensitivity has been correctly adjusted when a single blow applied with a
soft object (e.g. by hand) does not cause
an alarm whereas a rapid series of blows
(using a metal object such as a screwdriver blade) will cause an alarm.
2 3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Example P34E: Zones 2 & 3 are
Medium sensitivity.
Factory Default Setting for P30E.
All zones selected ON = Normal
sensitivity.
VIBRATION SENSITIVITY
Zones
OPTION No
SENSITIVITY
P30E
Normal
P31E
High
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
P32E
P33E
P34E
P35E
DO NOT USE P31 AND P38
SENSITIVITY - THEY ARE
PROVIDED AS A GUIDE TO THE
UPPER AND LOWER LIMITS.
P36E
P37E
P38E
Low
ON = Factory default setting
Ness NESSENSOR Vibration sensor
Part No. VIB100
16.5mm
In addition to zone sensitivity adjustment,
the overall sensitivity of the Nesssensor
can be adjusted by rotating the body of the
Nesssensor within its bracket.
The bracket must always be mounted
horizontally and the arrow must point
up for any required setting.
51mm
N/C Vibration
contacts
YELLOW N/C Tamper
GREEN
loop
RED
BLUE
M
L
L
H
20mm
350mm cable
36mm
2 x 3mm holes
at 27mm spacing
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ZONE AS
SIGNMENT
ASSIGNMENT
Zones
OPTION No
DESCRIPTION
P39E
Double Trigger zones
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
P40E
Instant zones
DELAY GROUP
P41E
Entry Delay 1 zones
Only one option
allowed per zone
P42E
Handover zones
P43E
Entry Delay 2 zones
P44E
Lockout zones
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
P45E
Area 1 zones
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
P46E
Area 2 zones
P51E
Monitor zones
P52E
24Hr zones
P53E
Day zones
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
ON
ON
ON = Factory default setting
P39E
DOUBLE TRIGGER ZONES
Zones programmed to Double Trigger will recognise an alarm condition if:
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
• The zone has been triggered twice within a 4-minute period.
• If any 2 zones (both programmed for double trigger), each trigger once.
• The zone is left unsealed for longer than 15 seconds.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
all OFF: No Double Trigger zones
NOTES:
• Double Trigger is useful for preventing
unwanted alarms from zones in harsh
environments such as sheds and garages.
• 0E will turn all selections OFF
MEMORY E will turn all selections ON
P40E
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P39E [Zone No]E toggles the options ON and OFF
P39E [Zone No]E OFF: The zone is not a Double Trigger zone
P39E [Zone No]E ON: The zone is a Double Trigger zone
INSTANT ZONES
Instant zones operate only in the Armed state. When Armed at the expiry of exit
time Instant Zones will activate assigned outputs immediately when triggered.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
P40E [Zone No]E turns the options ON
FACTORY DEFAULT:
3E-16E ON: Zones 3-16 are Instant
P40E [Zone No]E ON: The zone is an Instant zone
To deselect the option, select a different zone type in the DELAY GROUP.
NOTES:
• When a zone is selected for this type, it
is automatically deselected from any
other zone type in the DELAY GROUP
P41E
ENTRY DELAY1 ZONES
Entry Delay1 zones operate only in the Armed state. When Armed, at the
expiry of exit time these zones will activate the Entry Delay Timer1 (P26E) when
they are triggered. If the panel is not disarmed before the expiry of the Entry
Delay Timer1, the alarm outputs will be activated.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
1E ON: Zone 1 has Entry Delay1
P41E [Zone No]E turns the options ON
NOTES:
• The keypad sonalert will beep during
Entry Delay as a reminder to disarm the
panel. Entry beeps can be disabled by
program option P60E 1E.
P41E [Zone No]E ON: The zone is an Entry Delay1 zone
To deselect the option, select a different zone type in the DELAY GROUP.
• When a zone is selected for this type, it
is automatically deselected from any
other zone type in the DELAY GROUP
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P42E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
2E ON: Zone 2 is a Handover zone
NOTES:
HANDOVER ZONES
Handover zones are delayed only if entry is made through an Entry Delay zone
first. If a Handover zone is triggered first, the zone behaves as an instant zone.
Normally, the “point of entry” zone should be Delay zone, with any other zones
in the entry path programmed as Handover zones.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
• When a zone is selected for this type, it
is automatically deselected from any
other zone type in the DELAY GROUP
P43E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
all OFF: No zones have Entry Delay2
NOTES:
• When a zone is selected for this type, it
is automatically deselected from any
other zone type in the DELAY GROUP
P44E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
all ON: All zones are Lockout zones
NOTES:
• The SIREN output always locks out
• 0E will turn all selections OFF
MEMORY E will turn all selections ON
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P60E 4E Tamper Reset Lockout
P45E, P46E
P42E [Zone No]E turns the options ON
P42E [Zone No]E ON: The zone is a Handover zone
To deselect the option, select a different zone type in the DELAY GROUP.
ENTRY DELAY2 ZONES
When an Entry Delay2 zone is triggered, it has entry delay as set by the Entry
Delay Time2 (P27E).
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P43E [Zone No]E turns the options ON
P43E [Zone No]E ON: The zone is an Entry Delay2 zone
To deselect the option, select a different zone type in the DELAY GROUP.
RESET LOCKOUT ZONES
All 16 zones and tamper input can be programmed to Lockout, i.e. cause the
RESET OUTPUT to sound only once whilst the panel is armed.
The RESET OUTPUT is then locked out for that alarmed zone until entering a
valid code has reset the panel.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P44E [Zone No]E toggles the options ON and OFF
P44E [Zone No]E OFF: The zone is not a Lockout zone
P44E [Zone No]E ON: The zone is a Lockout zone
AREA PARTITIONING
See page 20
P47E - P50E
ASSIGNING USER CODES TO AREAS
See page 21
P51E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
all OFF: No Monitor zones
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P63E Monitor Mode output mapping
P64E 1E 2 second Monitor Mode alarm
P64E 3E Monitor zones have Entry
Delay2
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MONITOR ZONES
Monitor zones allow you to Arm selected zones while others are ignored.
Typically used for perimeter zones such as windows and doors while you are at
home. Example: Upstairs zones are Disarmed while downstairs zones are
Armed in Monitor mode.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P51E [Zone No]E toggles the options ON and OFF
P51E [Zone No]E OFF: The zone is not a Monitor zone
P51E [Zone No]E ON: The zone is a Monitor zone
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P52E
24hr ZONES
24hr Zones operate at all times regardless of the mode of panel operation, i.e.
Armed, Disarmed or Monitor. When alarmed, these zones will activate
assigned outputs immediately. To reset those alarms a valid user code must
be entered.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
all OFF: No 24hr zones
• The Tamper input is always a 24hr zone
Selecting a zone as 24hr will override any other zone type setting such as
Instant, Delayed or Handover.
• For silent 24hr zones, deselect the zone/s from options
P54E-P57E (Reset, Strobe, Sonalert & Siren)
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
NOTES:
P52E [Zone No]E toggles the options ON and OFF
• To change a 24hr zone to any other zone type, the zone
must also be re-assigned to an AREA (P45E or P46E).
• 24hr zones are independent of Area operation. All other
zone types must be assigned to at least one Area to
become active.
P53E
P52E [Zone No]E OFF: The zone is not a 24hr zone
P52E [Zone No]E ON: The zone is a 24hr zone
DAY ZONES
Day Zones operate when the panel is fully disarmed, i.e. when Area 1, Area 2
and Monitor are all off. When alarmed, these zones will activate the assigned
outputs instantly.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
all OFF: No Day zones
The outputs mapped to the Day Zone will turn on while the zone is unsealed.
Turn P64E 2E on, to limit Day Zone alarms to 2 seconds.
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P63E 5E-8E Day zone output mapping
P64E 2E Brief Day Mode alarm
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P53E [Zone No]E toggles the options ON and OFF
• TYPICAL USES: Instant alert when a
delivery door is opened, doorway alert for
a shop.
TEMPORARY DAY ZONES
D16 Version 4.6 introduces the ‘Temporary
Day Zone’ feature which allows easy and
flexible Day Zone selection and operation.
While remaining in normal operating mode,
the user can add and remove ‘Temporary
Day Zones’ and enable/disable day zone
operation using simple key strokes.
TO ENABLE TEMPORARY DAY ZONES
To enable Temporary Day Zone selection
and operation, the Brief Day Alarm feature
(installer option P64E 2E) must be ON. If
P64E 2E is OFF, the Temporary Day Zone
feature will be unavailable but Permanent
Day Zones will still operate and will sound
the programmed output while the zone is
unsealed.
P64E 2E is OFF by default.
USER COMMANDS (In normal Operating Mode).
+
Selection Mode. Enter P followed by E
when in operating mode to enter
Temporary Day Zone selection mode.
P53E [Zone No]E OFF: The zone is not a Day zone
P53E [Zone No]E ON: The zone is a Day zone
[Zone No.]+
Zone Selection. To select or deselect zones
to be Temporary Day Zones. The selected
zones are indicated by the corresponding
zone number.
Permanent Day Zones, (set by installer
option P53E), are not displayed in selection
mode. Permanent Day Zones can be
selected as Temporary Day Zones but this
has no effect as those zones are already
day zones.
AUX 2 OPTION
When the Temporary Day Zone feature is
enabled, the installer option P63E 6E selects
Aux 2 output instead of the strobe output.
This allows a remote warning device such
as a buzzer to be connected for day zone
warning. This may be needed if an
additional audible day zone warning is
needed, although the keypad sonalert,
(P63E 7E), is more than adequate in most
cases.
RELATED OPTIONS
Saves changes and returns to normal
operating mode.
P64E 2E, Brief Day Alarm. Turn this option
on to enable Temporary Day Zones.
Factory default = OFF.
P63E 5E, Day Mode to Reset output.
+
P63E 6E, Day Mode to Strobe output.
Enables and Disables Day Mode. This
enables/disables both Temporary and
Permanent Day Zones.
If P64E 2E is ON, then this option sends
day alarms to the AUX 2 output.
When Day Mode is enabled, any unsealed
day zone will sound the programmed
output for 2 seconds. When Day Mode is
disabled, an unsealed day zone will simply
be indicated on the keypad as an unsealed
zone. (Note: The keypad does not indicate
if Day Mode is enabled or disabled).
P63E 8E, Day Mode to Siren output.
P63E 7E, Day Mode to Sonalert.
P53E, Permanent Day Zone selection.
Temporary Day Zone selections will be
lost if the panel is powered down or reset,
but are not affected by arming/disarming
or entering program mode.
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AREA PARTITIONING
For example, Office A and Office B operate as separate areas
but the entrance foyer used by both offices is assigned to
both areas meaning it will automatically Arm when both Areas
have Armed. The Common Area then automatically disarms
when either Area1 or Area2 Disarms.
DEFINITION
Area Partitioning allows the 16 zones to be split into two
partitions; Area1 and Area2.
The panel then effectively operates as two separate systems
sharing only the siren outputs and dialler.
OPERATION
USER CODE ASSIGNMENT
Arming and Disarming is carried out as normal from a single
keypad or separate keypads installed in both areas or by
Radio Key.
A User Code assigned to an Area can Arm and Disarm only
that Area. User Codes assigned to both Areas will operate
both Areas simultaneously.
Area operation only applies to zones when they are in the
armed state. This means that Day, 24hr and Monitor zones
are independent of the area operations.
COMMON AREA ZONES
Zones assigned to both Areas are armed only when Area1
and Area2 are both armed. This allows the Common Area
zone/s to be shared by both Areas.
Note: Area partitioning is in addition to Monitor Mode. Any
zone may be allocated to any area.
Zones
OPTION No
DESCRIPTION
P45E
Area 1 zones
P46E
Area 2 zones
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11 12
13 14
15 16
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
ON = Factory default setting
ASSIGNING ZONES TO AREAS
P45E, P46E
Assign (or remove) zones that will operate when Area 2 is armed.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
FACTORY DEFAULT:
P45E [Zone No]E toggles the options ON and OFF for Area1
P45E [Zone No]E OFF: The zone is not in Area1
P45E [Zone No]E ON: The zone is in Area1
No zones assigned to Area 2.
NOTES:
• For options P45E and P46E, [Zone No] E
toggles the selection ON and OFF.
• Zones assigned to BOTH areas become
Common zones.
• If no Area operation is required, assign all
zones to Area 1. (This is also the factory
default).
P46E [Zone No]E toggles the options ON and OFF for Area2
P46E [Zone No]E OFF: The zone is not in Area2
P46E [Zone No]E ON: The zone is in Area2
EXAMPLE: To program zones 1-8 for Area 1 and zones 1 & 9-16 for Area 2.
In this example, we have assigned zone 1 to both areas, so it becomes a
Common zone.
P45E Use the [Zone No] E sequence to turn ON only zones 1-8.
P46E Use the [Zone No] E sequence to turn ON zone 1 and zones 9-16.
P45E
Area 1 zones
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
P46E
Area 2 zones
1
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Example:
Zone 1 is assigned
to both Areas, so it
is a Common zone
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P47E
P49E
DESCRIPTION
Codes 1-8 to AREA1
Codes 1-8 to AREA2
OPTION No
DESCRIPTION
P48E
P50E
Codes 9-15 to AREA1
Codes 9-15 to AREA2
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
ON
1E
User
Code
2E
9
User
Code
3E
10
User
Code
4E
11
User
Code
5E
12
User
Code
6E
13
User
Code
7E
14
User
Code
15
OPTION No
1E
User
Code
2E
1
User
Code
3E
2
User
Code
4E
3
User
Code
5E
4
User
Code
6E
5
User
Code
7E
6
User
Code
8E
7
User
Code
8
PROGRAMMING
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
ON = Factory default setting.
P47E, P48E
ASSIGNING USER CODES TO AREAS
DESCRIPTION:
Assign (or remove) User Codes to Areas.
Area 1 User Codes
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
P47E 1E-8E toggles the options ON and OFF
Assigns User Codes 1-8 to AREA1
FACTORY DEFAULT:
P48E 1E-7E toggles the options ON and OFF
Assigns User Codes 9-15 to AREA1
All User Codes assigned to Area 1
P49E 1E-8E toggles the options ON and OFF
Assigns User Codes 1-8 to AREA2
P49E, P50E
P50E 1E-7E toggles the options ON and OFF
Assigns User Codes 9-15 to AREA2
DESCRIPTION:
Area 2 User Codes
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
EXAMPLE:
To assign User Codes 1-8 to AREA1 and User Codes 9-15 to AREA2.
P47E turn ON lights 1-8
P48E turn OFF lights 1-7
P49E turn OFF lights 1-8
P50E turn ON lights 1-7
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
User Code 1 (Master Code) assigned to
Area 2.
NOTES:
• User Codes can be assigned to either a
single Area or to both Areas.
• If a User Code is assigned to NO Areas,
the code is effectively disabled and will
not operate the panel.
• To make a User Code arm or disarm just
one Area, assign that code only to the
required Area.
User Codes
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
EXAMPLE:
User codes 1-8 are
assigned to AREA 1.
AREA 1
P47E User Codes 1-8
• Assigning User Codes to Areas has no
effect unless zones are also assigned to
Areas.
• For this option [Zone No] E toggles the
selection ON and OFF.
1
User Codes
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
P48E User Codes 9-15
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
EXAMPLE:
User codes 9-15 are
assigned to AREA 2.
AREA 2
P49E User Codes 1-8
P50E User Codes 9-15
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ZONE TO OUTPUT MAPPING
When a zone alarms, it can turn on any or all of the following 6 outputs: Sonalert,
Strobe, Siren, Reset, AUX1, AUX2.
The programming is selected with options P54E - P59E. Simply set the zone
number to the output to select it. The zone LED will indicate if the zone is selected.
The Tamper Input and the Keypad Panic can be programmed to turn on the Reset, Strobe, Sonalert and Siren by using option P61E.
ZONE TO OUTPUTS MAPPING
Zones
OPTION No
DESCRIPTION
1
NOTE: Zone To Output Mapping
applies to zones when the panel is
in the Armed or 24hr state.
P54E
Reset zones
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
P55E
Strobe zones
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
P56E
Sonalert zones
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
For MONITOR and DAY mode
Output Mapping - see Option
P63E 1E-8E, page 28
P57E
Siren zones
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
P58E
Aux1 zones
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
P59E
Aux2 zones
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
ON = Factory default setting
P54E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
RESET OUTPUT ZONES
Selects the zones to trigger the Reset output.
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
all ON: All zones trigger Reset output
P54E [Zone No]E toggles the options ON and OFF
NOTES:
P54E [Zone No]E OFF: The zone will not trigger the Reset output
P54E [Zone No]E ON: The zone will trigger the Reset output
• 0E will turn all selections OFF
MEMORY E will turn all selections ON
P55E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
STROBE OUTPUT ZONES
Selects the zones to trigger the Strobe output.
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
all ON: All zones trigger Strobe output
P55E [Zone No]E toggles the options ON and OFF
NOTES:
P55E [Zone No]E OFF: The zone will not trigger the Strobe output
P55E [Zone No]E ON: The zone will trigger the Strobe output
• 0E will turn all selections OFF
MEMORY E will turn all selections ON
P56E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
KEYPAD SONALERT ZONES
Selects the zones to trigger the Keypad Sonalert (beeper).
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
all ON: All zones trigger Keypad Sonalert
P56E [Zone No]E toggles the options ON and OFF
NOTES:
P56E [Zone No]E OFF: The zone will not trigger the Keypad Sonalert
P56E [Zone No]E ON: The zone will trigger the Keypad Sonalert
• 0E will turn all selections OFF
MEMORY E will turn all selections ON
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P57E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
SIREN OUTPUT ZONES
Selects the zones to trigger the Siren output.
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
all ON: All zones trigger Siren output
P57E [Zone No]E toggles the options ON and OFF
NOTES:
P57E [Zone No]E OFF: The zone will not trigger the Siren output
P57E [Zone No]E ON: The zone will trigger the Siren output
• 0E will turn all selections OFF
MEMORY E will turn all selections ON
P58E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
all OFF: No zones trigger AUX1
NOTES:
• 0E will turn all selections OFF
MEMORY E will turn all selections ON
AUX1 OUTPUT ZONES
Selects the zones to trigger the AUX1 output. AUX1 output is Pin1 on the J3
header on the main board.
Once turned on by a zone alarm, the output will remain on until the panel is
reset/disarmed.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P58E [Zone No]E toggles the options ON and OFF
P58E [Zone No]E OFF: The zone will not trigger the AUX1 output
P58E [Zone No]E ON: The zone will trigger the AUX1 output
P59E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
all OFF: No zones trigger AUX2
NOTES:
• 0E will turn all selections OFF
MEMORY E will turn all selections ON
AUX2 OUTPUT ZONES
Selects the zones to trigger the AUX2 output. AUX2 output is Pin2 on the J3
header on the main board.
Once turned on by a zone alarm, the output will remain on until the panel is
reset/disarmed.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P59E [Zone No]E toggles the options ON and OFF
P59E [Zone No]E OFF: The zone will not trigger the AUX2 output
P59E [Zone No]E ON: The zone will trigger the AUX2 output
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Keysw
Monit
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PROGRAMMING
OPTION No
P60E
DESCRIPTION
1E 2E 3E 4E 5E 6E 7E 8E
Various options
ON
ON
ON
ON = Factory default setting.
P60E 1E
ENTRY BEEPS
The sonalert will beep during Entry Delay.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
FACTORY DEFAULT:
Entry Beeps ON
P60E 1E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
P60E 1E OFF: Entry Beeps OFF
P60E 1E ON: Entry Beeps ON
P60E 2E, 3E
KEYSWITCH OPERATION
An externally fitted, normally open momentary keyswitch can be used to Arm,
Disarm or change the D16 to Monitor mode.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
The keyswitch is wired to zone 8 (zone 8 is then no longer available as a
normal alarm input, but IS still available for use as a Radio Zone).
FACTORY DEFAULT:
No keyswitch enabled
NOTES:
• The keyswitch always Arms Area1 only.
MONITOR
ARMED
• Momentary short circuit across resistor
to toggle panel modes.
DISARM
DISARM
• Open circuit resistor to trigger keyswitch
panic.
P60E 2E is ON
P60E 3E is ON
• The keyswitch always Disarms Area1
and Area2.
ARMED
MONITOR
DISARM
P60E 2E is ON
P60E 3E is ON
• Multiple keyswitches can be used. Wire
in parallel.
• Zone Split. If Zone 8 is converted to a
Keyswitch Input, then a 2K2 monitoring
resistor is always used and Zone Splitting
is not available on the Z8 input (no Zone8
or Zone16). Zone8 and Zone16 are still
available as RADIO ZONES however.
See: Zone Split, page 35
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PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P60E 2E or 3E toggles the option ON and OFF
P60E 2E & 3E OFF: No keyswitch operation. Zone 8 is a normal alarm input.
P60E 2E ON: Keyswitch cycles between Monitor and Disarm.
P60E 3E ON: Keyswitch cycles between Arm and Disarm.
P60E 2E & 3E ON: Keyswitch cycles between Arm, Monitor and Disarm.
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P60E 4E
TAMPER ALARM LOCKOUT
This option programs the Tamper input to Lockout, i.e. cause the Siren & Reset
outputs to sound only once whilst the panel is armed.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
ON: Tamper Reset Lockout enabled
P60E 4E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
P60E 4E OFF: Tamper Reset Lockout disabled
P60E 4E ON: Tamper Reset Lockout enabled
RELATED OPTIONS:
P44E Lockout zones
P60E 5E
DURESS TO RESET OUTPUT
Keypad Duress is normally a silent alarm. This option makes the Duress alarm
trigger the Reset output.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
OFF: No Reset output on Duress alarm
P60E 5E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
•To Disarm with Duress, add any of the
digits 5,6,8 or 9 in front of the User Code
when disarming.
P60E 6E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
ON: Auto Exclude enabled
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P62E 7E Siren burst on Auto Exclude
P60E 5E OFF: No Reset output on Duress alarm
P60E 5E ON: Duress alarm triggers Reset output
AUTO EXCLUDE ZONES
If a zone is unsealed at the end of Exit Time the panel can either Exclude
(ignore) that zone or immediately alarm.
The panel will give a 2 second Siren burst at the end of Exit Time to indicate
that the panel is armed with a zone/s Auto Excluded. The 2 sec Siren burst can
be disabled by option P62E 7E.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P60E 6E toggles the option ON and OFF
P60E 6E OFF: Auto Exclude disabled (instant alarm if unsealed at end of Exit Time)
P60E 6E ON: Auto Exclude enabled (zone is excluded if unsealed at end of Exit Time)
P60E 7E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: Display is always ON
NOTES:
DISABLE THE DISPLAY
The LED indicators on the keypad can be programmed to blank after 4 minutes
of no keypad use. Any action that causes a beep will restore the display (Use
the
button preferably).
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P60E 7E toggles the option ON and OFF
• On the LCD keypad, the display and
display backlighting will turn off but the
keys backlighting will remain on. The
keypad flap can be closed to reduce
stray light from the keys.
P60E 8E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: ARM1 & ARM2 outputs are instant
NOTES:
• See diagram on page 6
P60E 7E OFF: Display is always on
P60E 7E ON: Display will blank after 4 minutes
DELAY ARM1 & ARM2 OUTPUTS
The output ARM1 turns on when Area 1 is armed. The output ARM2 turns on
when Area 2 is armed. These outputs can be programmed to turn on instantly
or at the end of Exit Time
ARM1 & ARM2 output s are Pins 3 & 4 on the J3 header on the main board.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P60E 8E toggles the option ON and OFF
P60E 8E OFF: ARM1 & ARM2 outputs turn on instantly
P60E 8E ON: ARM1 & ARM2 outputs turn on at end of Exit Time
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Tamp
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Reset
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Tamp
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Strob
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Tamp
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Sona
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Tamp
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KP Pa
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Strob
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PROGRAMMING
OPTION No
P61E
DESCRIPTION
1E 2E 3E 4E 5E 6E 7E 8E
Tamper & Panic alarms mapping
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
ON = Factory default setting.
P61E 1E-4E
TAMPER ALARM / OUTPUT MAPPING
This option selects which outputs will trigger when a Tamper Alarm occurs.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
FACTORY DEFAULT:
P61E 1E-4E toggles the options ON and OFF
1E-4E, ON: Tamper alarm triggers all
outputs
P61E 1E: Tamper Alarm to Reset output
P61E 2E: Tamper Alarm to Strobe output
P61E 3E: Tamper Alarm to Keypad Sonalert output
P61E 4E: Tamper Alarm to Siren output
NOTES:
• A Tamper Alarm can be caused by the
TAMP input or by removing the the J1
link.
P61E 5E-8E
KEYPAD PANIC ALARM / OUTPUT MAPPING
This option selects which outputs will trigger when a Keypad Panic alarm
occurs.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
5E-8E, ON: Panic alarm triggers all outputs
NOTES:
• A Keypad Panic Alarm can be caused by
the PANIC keys on the keypad (* E or **
together, depending on Option P64E6E).
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PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P61E 5E-8E toggles the options ON and OFF
P61E 5E: Keypad Panic Alarm to Reset output
P61E 6E: Keypad Panic Alarm to Strobe output
P61E 7E: Keypad Panic Alarm to Keypad Sonalert output
P61E 8E: Keypad Panic Alarm to Siren output
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PROGRAMMING
OPTION No
P62E
DESCRIPTION
1E 2E 3E 4E 5E 6E 7E 8E
Operation Shortcuts, etc
ON ON ON
ON
ON
ON = Factory default setting.
P62E 1E-6E
SYSTEM OPERATION SHORTCUTS
Some keypad operations can be programmed to operate with or without a User
Code.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
1E, ON: Memory Display shortcut enabled
2E, ON: Zone Exclude shortcut enabled
3E, ON: Monitor Mode shortcut enabled
4E, OFF: Keypad Panic disabled
5E, ON: Area1 Arming shortcut enabled
6E, OFF: Area2 Arming shortcut disabled
NOTES:
• A Tamper Alarm can be caused by the
TAMP input or the J1 link.
• Allocate a User Code to Area2 before
programming Area2 shortcut arming. If
Area 2 is shortcut armed then it will
always remain armed. This will bar entry
into program mode until Area 2 is
disarmed.
P62E 7E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
ON: Siren burst on Auto Exclude enabled
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P60E 6E Auto Exclude zones
P62E 8E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P62E 1E-6E toggles the options ON and OFF
P62E 1E Memory Display shortcut
P62E 2E Zone Exclude shortcut
P62E 3E Monitor Mode shortcut
P62E 4E Keypad Panic shortcut
P62E 5E Area1 Arming shortcut
P62E 6E Area2 Arming shortcut
OPERATING EXAMPLES:
Arming without shortcut:
[User Code]
Arming with shortcut:
Keypad Panic without shortcut:
Keypad Panic with shortcut:
[User Code]
SIREN BURST ON AUTO EXCLUDE
This option allows the disabling of the 2 second siren burst at end of Exit Time
which indicates a zone/s has been Auto Excluded.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P62E 7E toggles the option ON and OFF
P62E 7E OFF: Siren burst on Auto Exclude disabled
P62E 7E ON: Siren burst on Auto Exclude enabled
EXIT TIME X10
This option multiplies the normal exit time by a factor of 10.
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
OFF: Exit Time x10 disabled
P62E 8E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
P62E 8E OFF: Exit Time is the time set by P28E
P62E 8E ON: Exit Time is multiplied by 10
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P28E Exit Time
EXAMPLE: If P28E = 22 seconds then if P62E 8E is ON, the exit time
is 22 x 10 = 220 seconds.
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Monit
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Reset
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PROGRAMMING
OPTION No
P63E
DESCRIPTION
1E 2E 3E 4E 5E 6E 7E 8E
Monitor & Day mode output mapping
ON ON
ON = Factory default setting.
P63E 1E-4E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
MONITOR MODE OUTPUT MAPPING
This option selects which outputs are triggered by alarms in Monitor Mode.
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
1E-4E OFF: No Monitor Mode outputs
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P64E 1E 2second Monitor alarm
P63E 5E-8E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P63E 1E-4E toggles the options ON and OFF
P63E 1E: Monitor Mode to Reset output
P63E 2E: Monitor Mode to Strobe output
P63E 3E: Monitor Mode to Keypad Sonalert output
P63E 4E: Monitor Mode to Siren output
DAY MODE OUTPUT MAPPING
This option selects which outputs are triggered by alarms in Day Mode.
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
5E, 6E ON
7E, 8E OFF
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P64E 2E 2second Day alarm
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P63E 5E-8E toggles the options ON and OFF
P63E 5E: Day Mode to Reset output
P63E 6E: Day Mode to Strobe output, (If Brief Day Alarm is enabled, (P64E 2E), then this
option sends day alarms to the AUX2 output).
P63E 7E: Day Mode to Keypad Sonalert output
P63E 8E: Day Mode to Siren output
MONITOR Mode and DAY Mode Output Mapping is an extra feature released
with the D16.
Note that MONITOR and DAY zones do not automatically assume the outputs
assigned by Options P54E-P59E. Those options only apply to zones when the
panel is in the ARMED state.
Options P63E 1E-8E allow different outputs to be triggered when the panel is in
MONITOR and DAY modes.
For ZONE TO OUTPUT MAPPING (Armed & 24hr states)
- see Options P54E - P59E, page 22
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PROGRAMMING
OPTION No
P64E
DESCRIPTION
1E 2E 3E 4E 5E 6E 7E 8E
Miscellaneous options
ON ON
ON ON
ON = Factory default setting.
P64E 1E
BRIEF MONITOR MODE ALARM
Alarms in Monitor Mode can either activate the programmed outputs for Siren
Time duration (P29E) or they can activate the outputs for 2 seconds only.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
OFF: Brief Monitor Alarm disabled
P64E 1E toggles the option ON and OFF
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P51E Set Monitor zones
P63E 1E-4E Monitor Mode output
mapping
P64E 1E OFF: Brief Monitor Alarm disabled. Monitor Mode alarms have normal time as set by P29E
P64E 1E ON: Brief Monitor Alarm enabled. Monitor Mode alarms are ON for 2 seconds only
P64E 2E
BRIEF DAY ALARM
Installer, Remote by PC
Alarms in Day Mode will activate the programmed outputs while the zone is
unsealed or they can activate the outputs for 2 seconds only.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
This option, when on, also enables the Temporary Day Zone feature. See page 19.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
OFF: Brief Day Alarm disabled
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
NOTES:
P64E 2E toggles the option ON and OFF
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P53E Assign Day zones
P63E 5E-8E Day Mode output mapping
P64E 2E OFF: Brief Day Alarm disabled. Day alarm outputs are ON while the zone is unsealed
P64E 2E ON: Brief Day Alarm Enabled. Day alarm outputs are ON for 2 seconds only
P64E 3E
MONITOR ZONES ENTRY DELAY 2
Monitor zones can either have the delay types set by options P40E-P43E or
they can all be assigned to have Entry Delay 2. This allows all Monitor zones to
be programmed with the same entry delay time.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
ON: Monitor zones all have Entry Delay2
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P27E Entry Delay Time 2
P51E Assign Monitor zones
P63E 1E-4E Monitor Mode output mapping
P64E 4E
P64E 3E toggles the option ON and OFF
P64E 3E OFF: Monitor zones behave as programmed by P40E-P43E
P64E 3E ON: Monitor zones all have Entry Delay2
ARM/DISARM CHIRPS
Installer, Remote by PC
If this option is selected the Siren and Strobe Outputs will "Chirp" when the
panel is Armed and Disarmed with the Keyswitch or Radio Keys.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
The panel will make 1 Chirp on Arming, and 3 Chirps on Disarming.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
OFF: No chirps
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P68E 8E Quiet Chirps
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P64E 4E toggles the option ON and OFF
P64E 4E OFF: No Arm/Disarm chirps
P64E 4E ON: Siren & Strobe outputs will chirp on arm/disarm
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PROGRAMMING
P64E 5E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
ON: 50Hz mains frequency
NOTES:
50Hz MAINS FREQUENCY
Selects either 50Hz or 60Hz mains power frequency operation. Leave the
factory default for use in Australia and New Zealand. Users in North America
should select 60Hz mains frequency.
Required for the accurate timing of dialler test reports (if programmed). It has
no effect on local or other dialler operations.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P64E 5E toggles the option ON and OFF
P64E 5E OFF: 60Hz mains frequency
P64E 5E ON: 50Hz mains frequency
P64E 6E
DOUBLE KEY KEYPAD PANIC
Installer, Remote by PC
This option allows the Keypad Panic alarm to be triggered by pressing both
Panic buttons together.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
NOTE:
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
[User Code]
always triggers Keypad Panic
ON: Double key Keypad Panic enabled
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P62E 4E Shortcut Keypad Panic
• The Ness LCD keypad has two buttons
labelled
P64E 7E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No Keypad Fire Alarm
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P68E 6E Fire Siren sound
P64E 8E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No Keypad Medical Alarm
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
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P64E 6E toggles the option ON and OFF
P64E 6E OFF: No double key Keypad Panic
P64E 6E ON: Double key Keypad Panic enabled
KEYPAD FIRE ALARM
This option enables the Keypad Fire Alarm. Pressing
and then
activates
the dialler and reports a Fire Alarm and triggers the siren. The “Fire Alarm”
siren sound is different to the normal alarm siren sound.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P64E 7E toggles the option ON and OFF
P64E 7E OFF: No Keypad Fire Alarm
P64E 7E ON: Keypad Fire Alarm enabled
KEYPAD MEDICAL ALARM
This option enables the Keypad Medical Alarm. Pressing
activates the dialler and reports a Medical Alarm.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P64E 8E toggles the option ON and OFF
P64E 8E OFF: No Keypad Medical Alarm
P64E 8E ON: Keypad Medical Alarm enabled
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PROGRAMMING
Zones
OPTION No
P65E
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Supervised Radio zones
ON = Factory default setting
P65E
SUPERVISED RADIO ZONES
This option assigns zones that will operate as Radio Supervised types.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
Supervised signals failure is reported (as per the P66E output options) when no
signal is received from a Radio Supervision Zone for the Supervision Time
P67E.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
all OFF: No Radio Supervision zones
NOTES:
Radio Supervision for any zone is not enabled unless a Radio PIR is assigned
to the zone, (P101E-P116E).
• 0E will turn all selections OFF
MEMORY E will turn all selections ON
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P66E 1E-6E Radio Supervision Alerts
P67E Radio Supervision Time
P101E-P116E Programming Radio
Devices
P65E 1E-16E toggles the options ON and OFF
P65E [Zone No]E OFF: The zone is not a Supervised Radio zone
P65E [Zone No]E ON: The zone is a Supervised Radio zone
P66E 1E-6E
RADIO SUPERVISION ALERTS, SUPERVISION TIME SPEEDUP
See pages 32-33
P67E
SUPERVISION TIME
Installer, Remote by PC
The SUPERVISION TIME is the time allowed between radio transmissions
received by the D16 from any Supervised Ness Radio PIR (100-663).
FACTORY DEFAULT:
The SUPERVISION TIME setting is from 01 to 24 hours.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
24hrs
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
NOTES:
• A setting of less than 3 hours is not
recommended.
P67E existing time is displayed [ENTER NEW TIME] E new time is displayed
• The Supervision timer is reset on exit
from Installer Program Mode, on Arm or
Disarm and on reception of the
Supervision signal from the particular
Radio PIR.
EXAMPLE: To program SUPERVISION TIME to be 4 hours:
P67E 04E
• The Supervision signal from each
Supervised Radio PIR is individually
timed.
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P65E Radio Supervision Zones
P66E 1E-6E Radio Supervision Alerts
P66E 7E-8E Supervision Time Speed-up
See Page 57 for
Radio Device programming
RADIO SUPERVISION
The purpose of Radio Supervision is to verify the correct operation of
Ness Radio PIRs. The Supervision signal from the Radio PIR tells the
panel that the device has not been removed from radio range and is
in working order.
Non-SUPERVISION Radio PIRs can also be programmed and used
with the D16 SUPERVISION TIMERS.
A non-SUPERVISION enabled Radio PIR will transmit signals to the
D16 only when it has detected an event. Obviously, there is no
guaranteed signal period.
In either case, when the allowed time limit is exceeded then a
WARNING is first given (if programmed by P66E 3E), and then after 1
minute, the programmed RADIO SUPERVISION ALERTS are
generated by the D16.
NOTE: Manually Excluding a Supervised Zone will also disable Radio
Supervision for that zone.
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OPTION No
P66E
DESCRIPTION
Super
Super
vision
RESE
T out
put
vision
STRO
Super
BE ou
vision
tput
SONA
Super
LERT
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outpu
t
SIREN
Super
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AUX1
Super
outpu
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t
AUX2
Super
outpu
vision
t
speed
Super
up x6
vision
speed
up x1
0
PROGRAMMING
1E 2E 3E 4E 5E 6E 7E 8E
Radio Supervision Alerts
ON = Factory default setting.
P66E 1E
RADIO SUPERVISION ALERTS - RESET OUTPUT
Setting this option turns the Reset output ON when a SUPERVISED RADIO alert
occurs. The Reset output will remain ON for the duration of the ALARM TIME
(Set by Option P29E).
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: Supervision Reset output disabled
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
NOTES:
P66E 1E toggles the option ON and OFF
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P65E Supervised Radio Zones
P66E 1E OFF: Supervision Reset output disabled
P66E 1E ON: Supervision Reset output enabled
P66E 2E
RADIO SUPERVISION ALERTS - STROBE OUTPUT
Setting this option turns the Strobe output ON when a SUPERVISED RADIO
alert occurs. The Strobe output will remain ON until the panel is disarmed.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
OFF: Supervision Strobe output disabled
P66E 2E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
P66E 2E OFF: Supervision Strobe output disabled
P66E 2E ON: Supervision Strobe output enabled
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P65E Supervised Radio Zones
P66E 3E
RADIO SUPERVISION ALERTS - KEYPAD SONALERT & DELAY
ALL SUPERVISION OUTPUTS
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Setting this option turns the Keypad Sonalert ON when a SUPERVISED RADIO
alert occurs. The Keypad Sonalert remains ON until any keypad key is pressed.
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: Supervision Keypad Sonalert disabled
NOTES:
• When this option is turned ON, it delays
the operation of all other selected
Supervision outputs by one minute.
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P65E Supervised Radio Zones
Also, turning this option ON makes all Supervision outputs delayed by one
minute.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P66E 3E toggles the option ON and OFF
P66E 3E OFF: Supervision Keypad Sonalert disabled
AND all Supervision outputs trigger instantly
P66E 3E ON: Supervision Keypad Sonalert enabled
AND all Supervision outputs are delayed by 1 minute
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P66E 4E
RADIO SUPERVISION ALERTS - SIREN OUTPUT
Setting this option turns the Siren output ON when a SUPERVISED RADIO alert
occurs. The Siren output will remain ON for the duration of the ALARM TIME
(Set by Option P29E).
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: Supervision Siren output disabled
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
NOTES:
P66E 4E toggles the option ON and OFF
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P65E Supervised Radio Zones
P66E 4E OFF: Supervision Siren output disabled
P66E 4E ON: Supervision Siren output enabled
P66E 5E
RADIO SUPERVISION ALERTS - AUX1 OUTPUT
Setting this option turns the AUX1 output ON when a SUPERVISED RADIO alert
occurs.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
OFF: Supervision AUX1 output disabled
P66E 5E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
• AUX1 output is Pin1 on the J3 header on
the main board
P66E 5E OFF: Supervision AUX1 output disabled
P66E 5E ON: Supervision AUX1 output enabled
• RELATED OPTIONS: P65E
P66E 6E
RADIO SUPERVISION ALERTS - AUX2 OUTPUT
Setting this option turns the AUX2 output ON when a SUPERVISED RADIO alert
occurs.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
OFF: Supervision AUX2 output disabled
P66E 6E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
• AUX2 output is Pin2 on the J3 header on
the main board
P66E 6E OFF: Supervision AUX2 output disabled
P66E 6E ON: Supervision AUX2 output enabled
• RELATED OPTIONS: P65E
P66E 7E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: Supervision Time normal
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P67E Supervision Time
P66E 8E Supervision Time speedup x10
P66E 8E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: Supervision Time normal
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P67E Supervision Time
P66E 7E Supervision Time speedup x6
• P66E 7E & 8E are normally only used
for Supervision testing purposes
SUPERVISION TIME SPEEDUP X6
Setting this option speeds up the Supervision Time by 6. For instance if P67E is
set to 1 hour (60 minutes), then this option will reduce it to 10 minutes. (i.e., 60
divided by 6).
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P66E 7E toggles the option ON and OFF
P66E 7E OFF: Supervision Time normal as set by P67E
P66E 7E ON: Supervision Time speedup x6
SUPERVISION TIME SPEEDUP X10
Setting this option speeds up the Supervision Time by 10. For instance if P67E
is set to 1 hour (60 minutes), then this option will reduce it to 6 minutes. (i.e., 60
divided by 10).
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P66E 8E toggles the option ON and OFF
P66E 8E OFF: Supervision Time normal as set by P67E
P66E 8E ON: Supervision Time speedup x10
NOTE: If both P66E 7E and 8E are both ON then the Supervision time
is sped up by 60. For instance if P67E is set to 1 hour (60 minutes),
then this option will reduce it to 1 minute. (i.e., 60 divided by 60).
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P68E 1E
ZONE SPLIT
Installer, Remote by PC
Setting this option ON splits the Zone Inputs 1-8 into pairs of zones so that
there are 16 wired zones available.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
Zones 1-8 use 2K2 end of line resistors on the Z1-Z8 inputs.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
OFF: No zone split
Zones 9-16 use 4K7 end of line resistors on the Z1-Z8 inputs (with Zone 9
connected to the Z1 input etc).
NOTES:
• Zone Split is required when zones 9-16
are used as hardwire zones.
• Zone Split does not have to be enabled to
use zones 9-16 as RADIO zones.
• If Zone 8 is converted to a Keyswitch
Input, then a 2K2 monitoring resistor is
always used and Zone Splitting is not
available on the Z8 input (no Zone8,
Zone16). Zone8, Zone16 are still
available as RADIO ZONES however.
The monitoring resistors must be wired in parallel, making this zone splitting
arrangement suitable for Normal Closed (N.C.) detectors.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P68E 1E toggles the option ON and OFF
P68E 1E OFF: No Zone Split (panel has 8 zone inputs)
P68E 1E ON: Zone split enabled (panel has 16 zone inputs)
See: Keyswitch Operation, page 24
• N.O. contacts can be used only on zones
1 to 8.
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
NORMAL (NO ZONE SPLIT)
END OF LINE RESISTOR NOTES:
ZONE SPLIT
EXAMPLE 1: Normally Closed Devices
• NESS supplies 1% tolerance metal film
resistors for the end of line termination.
These are accurate value resistors and
they stay accurate long term.
NESS D16
ZONE 1 DEVICE
EXAMPLE 3: Normally Closed Devices
ZONE 1 DEVICE
NESS D16
N.C. Contacts
Z1
• Avoid using carbon film or 5% tolerance
resistors, especially when zone splitting.
Problems may not become evident until
some time after the installation, due to
resistor aging, moisture or dust build up.
• If a particular zone will not seal, then
check the resistance of BOTH the low
zone and high zone cabling (i.e. if zone 1
will not seal then also check zone 9
wiring). The resistance checks should be
done after removing the cabling from the
D16 terminals and separating into their
individual wires.
2K2
2K2
C
ZONE 9 DEVICE
N.C. Contacts
4K7
EXAMPLE 2: Normally Open Devices
NESS D16
ZONE 1 DEVICE
EXAMPLE 4: Normally Open Device Zone 1 ONLY
NESS D16
N.O. Contacts
ZONE 1 DEVICE
2 x 2K2
Z1
Z1
C
C
2
2K
• A 2K2 monitored line should measure
between 2100 Ohms minimum and 2400
Ohms maximum.
C
N.C. Contacts
Z1
N.O. Contacts
2 x 2K2
• A 4K7 monitored line should measure
between 4600 Ohms minimum and 4950
Ohms maximum.
ZONE 9 DEVICE
N.C. Contacts
4K7
INPUT TABLE
INPUT
ZONE
ZONE
1
1
9
2
2
10
3
3
11
4
4
12
5
5
13
6
6
14
7
7
15
8
8
16
Normally Open (N.O.) wiring is possible only on Zones 1 to 8. This is done by
splitting the 2K2 resistor into 2x 1K1 resistors, joining them in series, and then
placing the N.O. contact across one of the 1K1 resistors. (Make a 1K1 resistor
by wiring 2x 2K2 resistors in parallel).
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Zone
split
3K3 z
one r
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Radio
Key P
anic t
oggle
Radio
s AUX
Key P
1
anic p
Radio
ulses
AUX1
Key A
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Radio
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Quiet
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arm
PROGRAMMING
OPTION No
P68E
DESCRIPTION
1E 2E 3E 4E 5E 6E 7E 8E
Miscellaneous options
ON = Factory default setting.
P68E 1E
ZONE SPLIT
See page 35
P68E 2E
3K3 ZONE RESISTORS
Setting this option ON changes the Zones 1 – 8 monitoring resistor from 2K2 to
3K3. (External Tamper input always uses a 2K2 resistor).
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
This option has no effect if Zone splitting has been selected with the P68E 1E
option.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No 3K3 zone resistors
NOTES:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
• The 3K3 zone resistor option is useful
when installing the panel in a site prewired with 3K3 resistors
P68E 2E toggles the option ON and OFF
P68E 2E OFF: 3K3 zone resistors disabled
P68E 2E ON: 3K3 zone resistors enabled
• If Zone 8 is converted to a keyswitch
input then a 2K2 monitoring resistor is
always used
P68E 3E
RADIO KEY PANIC TOGGLES AUX1
Setting this option ON changes the action of the Radio Key Panic button so that
the AUX1 output is toggled ON and OFF. (Each press on Panic toggles the
state of AUX1 between ON and OFF).
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: Radio Key Panic to AUX1 disabled
NOTES:
• This option is useful for triggering
external devices using Radio Key’s Panic
button. E.g., lighting, garage doors
If an RK4 radio key is used then this option can be used with the AUX button
instead of the Panic button (using P68E 7E, 8E). This then allows the Panic key
to still activate Panic reports.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P68E 3E toggles the option ON and OFF
• When this option is selected ON, the
Radio Key Panic function is disabled.
P68E 3E OFF: Radio Key Panic triggers control panel Panic
P68E 3E ON: Radio Key Panic toggles AUX1
See: TABLE, RADIO KEY TO AUX1
P68E 4E
RADIO KEY PANIC PULSES AUX1
Setting this option ON changes the action of the Radio Key Panic button so that
the AUX1 output is pulsed ON for 2 seconds. (That is; momentary ON for 2sec).
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
NOTES:
If an RK4 radio key is used then this option can be used with the AUX button
instead of the Panic key (using P68E 7E). This then allows the Panic key to still
activate Panic reports.
• When this option is selected ON, the
Radio Key Panic function is disabled.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: Radio Key Panic to AUX1 disabled
• If P68E 3E and 4E are both selected ON,
then 4E has priority.
See: TABLE, RADIO KEY TO AUX1
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P68E 4E toggles the option ON and OFF
P68E 4E OFF: Radio Key Panic triggers control panel Panic
P68E 4E ON: Radio Key Panic pulses AUX1
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P68E 5E
RADIO KEY ARMING, UNSEALED ZONE WARNING
Setting this option ON allows a 2 second SIREN warning if there is an unsealed
zone in an Area Armed by a Radio Key.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
OFF: Radio Key siren warning disabled
P68E 5E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
P68E 5E OFF: Radio Key arming, siren warning disabled
P68E 5E ON: Radio Key arming, siren warning enabled
•
P68E 6E
24HR ZONE FIRE SIREN SOUND
This option changes the siren sound when a 24hr zone is triggered.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No 24hr Fire siren sound
P68E 6E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
P68E 6E OFF: Fire siren sound disabled
P68E 6E ON: Fire siren sound enabled
• The keypad key sequence for FIRE (3 E)
always outputs the FIRE siren sound
P68E 7E
RK4 RADIO KEY AUX BUTTON TO AUX1
Ness RK4 radio key only. This option changes P68E 3E and 4E to work with the
AUX button button of an RK4 radio key instead of the PANIC button.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
OFF: RK4 radio key for AUX1 disabled
P68E 7E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P68E 3E or 4E must be on. (These
options enable AUX1 to be riggered by a
radio key).
See: TABLE, RADIO KEY TO AUX1
P68E 7E OFF: RK4 radio key for AUX1 disabled
P68E 7E ON: RK4 radio key for AUX1 enabled
Table: RADIO KEY TO AUX1
P68E
3E 4E
AUX1 disabled
PANIC toggles AUX1
PANIC pulses AUX1
AUX toggles AUX1
AUX pulses AUX1
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
7E
(ON or OFF)
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Note 1: If both 3E & 4E are on, then 4E has priority, (the output
will Pulse).
Note 2: AUX1 can be disabled for use by a radio key, but other
panel options can still trigger the output.
P68E 8E
QUIET CHIRPS ON ARM/DISARM
Installer, Remote by PC
This quietens the siren chirps that are made whenever keyswitch or radio key
Arming or Disarming is used.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
(Arm/Disarm Chirps must be enabled at P64E 4E).
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
OFF: Quiet Chirps disabled
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P64E 4E Arm/Disarm Chirps
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P68E 8E toggles the option ON and OFF
P68E 8E OFF: Quiet Chirps disabled
P68E 8E ON: Quiet Chirps enabled
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OPTION No
P69E
DESCRIPTION
.
.
A R M2
A R M1
pulse
o ut p u
t
pulse
o
ut p ut
Quiet
Monit
or sir
en
6 b ee
ps o n
Armin
g
Radio
Key M
onitor
.
Armin
g
PROGRAMMING
1E 2E 3E 4E 5E 6E 7E 8E
Miscellaneous options 2
ON = Factory default setting.
P69E 1E
ARM1 PULSE OUTPUT
This option selects the ARM1 output to pulse on for 2 seconds whenever arming
or disarming of Area1. (The ARM1 output normally toggles when arming/
disarming).
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: ARM1 output toggles
NOTES:
Note also that when Arming with the P60E 8E option selected that the pulse will
occur at the end of Exit Time.
• This is useful as a Smoke Detector reset
output with an optional external relay.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P69E 1E toggles the option ON and OFF
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P60E 8E Delay ARM1/ARM2 outputs
P69E 1E OFF: ARM1 output toggles
P69E 1E ON: ARM1 output pulses
P69E 2E
ARM2 PULSE OUTPUT
Installer, Remote by PC
This option selects the ARM2 output to pulse on for 2 seconds whenever Arming
or Disarming of Area2.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
(The ARM2 output normally toggles when arming/disarming).
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
OFF: ARM2 output toggles
NOTES:
Note also that when Arming with the P60E 8E option selected that the pulse will
occur at the end of Exit Time.
• This is useful as a Smoke Detector reset
output with an optional external relay.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P69E 2E toggles the option ON and OFF
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P60E 8E Delay ARM1/ARM2 outputs
P69E 2E OFF: ARM2 output toggles
P69E 2E ON: ARM2 output pulses
P69E 3E
QUIET MONITOR SIREN
This option selects the ‘Quiet Siren’ sound in Monitor Mode. The Quiet Siren
sound is a continuous “beep beep beep” sound rather than the normal siren
sound.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: Normal siren sound in Monitor Mode
NOTES:
P69E 3E toggles the option ON and OFF
• This does not affect the RESET output
P69E 3E OFF: Normal siren sound in Monitor Mode
P69E 3E ON: Quiet Siren sound in Monitor Mode
P69E 4E
6 BEEPS ON ARMING
Normally the keypad/s onboard SONALERT gives 3 beeps when the D16 is
Armed. Turning this option ON will give 6 keypad beeps when Arming.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
OFF: Keypad gives 3 beeps on Arming
P69E 4E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
• The keypad beeps on Arm/Disarm when
Arming/Disarming by keypad, keyswitch
or by Radio Key
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PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P69E 4E OFF: Keypad gives 3 beeps on Arming
P69E 4E ON: Keypad gives 6 beeps on Arming
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P69E 5E
RADIO KEY MONITOR ARMING
Setting this option on allows MONITOR Mode arming by Radio Key.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
FACTORY DEFAULT:
P69E 5E toggles the option ON and OFF
OFF: Radio Keys cannot Arm Monitor
Mode
P69E 5E OFF: Radio Key Monitor Mode Arming disabled
P69E 5E ON: Radio Key Monitor Mode Arming enabled
NOTES:
• Radio Key Monitor Arming will work only
if one or more zones have been
programmed as Monitor Zones (P51E).
• When using a Radio Keypad to Monitor
arm, ensure that the ARM ONLY option is
OFF for the USER CODE on the panel.
Otherwise further MONITOR E keypresses
on the Radio keypad could AREA arm the
panel.
P69E 6E
OPERATION:
Panel version 4 - Press the Radio Key OFF button twice within 4 seconds.
Panel version 4.5 and later
or....
- Press the Radio Key OFF button twice within 4 seconds.
- Press the Radio Key ON button twice within 5 seconds.
DISABLE MAINS FAIL ALARM
When set ON, a Mains Fail alarm is: 1. Not displayed on the keypad, 2. Does not
give warning beeps, 3. Is not saved to MEMORY and the MEMORY display does
not flash.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: Mains Fail alarm normal
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
NOTES:
This does not affect Dialler mains fail
reporting or saving to the History memory
or operation of the Mains Fail output on
the Output Expander.
P69E 6E toggles the option ON and OFF
P69E 6E OFF: Mains Fail alarm operates normally
P69E 6E ON: Mains Fail alarm is disabled
P69E 7E
RK4 RADIO KEY TOGGLES AUX2 OUTPUT
P69E 8E
RK4 RADIO KEY PULSES AUX2 OUTPUT
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
These two options select the RK4 radio key AUX button to the AUX2 output.
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
7E & 8E OFF
P69E 7E & 8E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
P69E 7E when selected on, toggles the panel’s AUX 2 output when the AUX button is
pressed on the Ness RK4 Radio Key.
P69E 8E when selected on, pulses the panel’s AUX 2 output when the AUX button is
pressed on the Ness RK4 Radio Key.
Table: RADIO KEY TO AUX2
P69E
7E 8E
AUX2 disabled
AUX toggles AUX2
AUX pulses AUX2
OFF OFF
ON OFF
OFF ON
Note: If both 7E & 8E are on, then the output is
disabled.
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OPTION No
DESCRIPTION
FACTORY DEFAULT
Telephone Number 1 - Primary
Telephone Number 2 - Secondary
Telephone Number 3 - Test Calls
Telephone Number 4 - Callback for Up/download
Follow Me Telephone Number - For Audible Dialling
none
none
none
none
none
DESCRIPTION
FACTORY DEFAULT
P72E
Account Number 1
0000
P73E
Account Number 2
0000
P70E
P71E
P80E
P81E
P00E
OPTION No
P70E, P71E
TELEPHONE NUMBERS 1 & 2
The D16 can dial up to 2 phone numbers when an event is to be transmitted to
a remote location. Telephone numbers may be up to 15 digits long.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
No telephone numbers
NOTES:
• If telephone number 2 is disabled, all
calls are made on telephone number 1
and the setting of P87E 1E has no effect.
P70E existing telephone number is displayed
[ENTER NEW TELEPHONE No] E new telephone number is displayed
EXAMPLE: To program Telephone No.1 to be 03 1234 1234:
P70E0312341234E
• If telephone number 3 is disabled, all test
calls are made on telephone number 1&2
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS FOR ALL TELEPHONE NUMBERS
• Any keypress will stop the telephone
number display sequence
TO CLEAR A TELEPHONE NUMBER
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P87E 1E Alternate Primary/Secondary
telephone numbers
To clear a telephone number, enter the MEMORY key in place of the
telephone number. Example, to clear a Telephone Number 1 press: P70E
MEMORY E
P86E 1E Disable dialler (still allows
remote up/download if programmed)
SPECIAL CHARACTERS (Applies to all telephone Numbers)
Pauses, * (star) or # (hash) (VF digits) can be included in the dialling
sequence by using the keys in the table below.
P72E, P73E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
SPECIAL CHARACTER
KEY ENTRY
PAUSE (1.6sec)
* (Star)
# (Hash)
ARM Key
MONITOR Key
EXCLUDE Key
DISPLAYED ON LCD DISPLAY
12
10
11
ACCOUNT NUMBER 1 & 2
Account numbers for identifying the panel to the Central Station. Area 1 Open/
Close reports will report on Account No.1 and Area 2 Open/Close reports will
report on Account No.2.
P72E Account No.1: 0000
P73E Account No.2: 0000
Zone Alarms can be assigned to report on either Account Number as set by
Option P79E.
NOTES:
All miscellaneous events (eg. Tampers, Mains Fail) will report on Account No. 1.
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P79E Account No.2 zones
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
Also see page 41, Hex Client Codes
P72E (or P73E) existing account number is displayed
[ENTER NEW ACCOUNT No] E new account number is displayed
EXAMPLE: To program Account No.1 to be 1239:
P72E1239E
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HEX CLIENT CODES
HEX CLIENT CODE NOTES:
Note 1: If using the Ness LED keypad
for programming, the Hex digits will not
be displayed but are still programmed.
Note 2: Hex digit A is not allowed.
Note 3: Entering Hex digits by keypad
applies to D16 V4.6 and later. Previous
D16 versions by using NessComms
Up/Download software V4.6.
P80E
Dialler client codes can now be entered in Hexadecimal. Use the following
keys to enter the hex digits B, C, D, E or F.
HEX DIGIT
KEY ENTRY
DISPLAYED ON LCD DISPLAY
B
C
D
E
F
* Key
ARM Key
MONITOR Key
EXCLUDE Key
MEMORY key
11
12
13
14
15
TELEPHONE NUMBER 3 - TEST CALLS
Phone Number 3 is used to send Test Calls. If it is not programmed then Test
Calls are sent using Telephone No 1 & 2.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
No telephone numbers
P80E existing telephone number is displayed
[ENTER NEW TELEPHONE No] E new telephone number is displayed
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P89E 1E Enable test calls
P83E Test call interval
P84E Test call start delay
EXAMPLE: To program Telephone No.3 to be 03 2468 1234:
P80E0324681234E
P81E
TELEPHONE NUMBER 4 - CALLBACK
Phone Number 4 is used for upload/download.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
Prevents unauthorised up/download - the panel will dial the callback telephone
number to commence an up/download session.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
No telephone numbers
Up/download without callback is allowed by turning off option P90E 8E.
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P90E 8E Enable Callback
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P81E existing telephone number is displayed
[ENTER NEW TELEPHONE No] E new Telephone No.4 is displayed
P00E
FOLLOW ME TELEPHONE NUMBER
The Follow Me telephone number is only used in Audible Dialling mode. (P86E
3E, 4E, 5E or 6E are on).
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
User, Installer, Remote by PC
The Follow Me telephone number can be programmed in User Program Mode.
If the Follow Me number is programmed, then the primary & secondary
numbers are ignored.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
No telephone numbers
NOTES:
• If the Follow Me telephone number is
disabled, all audible format calls are made
on telephone numbers 1 & 2.
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P86E 3E Audible DTMF format
P86E 4E Audible Pulse format
P86E 5E Contact ID + Audible DTMF
P86E 6E Contact ID + Audible Pulse
IF P86E 3E or 4E ARE ENABLED (AUDIBLE MONITORING)
If the Follow Me number is programmed, the primary & secondary numbers are
ignored.
IF P86E 5E or 6E ARE ENABLED (CONTACT ID + AUDIBLE)
The telephone numbers programmed at P70E & P71E will be used to send the
mesage to the central station. The message is also repeated in audible format to
the telephone number (if any) programmed at P00E.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P00E existing telephone number is displayed
[ENTER NEW TELEPHONE No] E new telephone number is displayed
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Zones
OPTION No
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
P74E
Report zone alarms
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
P76E
Report zone restorals
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
P78E
Multiple zone alarms
P79E
Account No.2 zones
ON = Factory default setting
P74E
REPORT ZONE ALARMS
This option selects which zone inputs will send Alarm reports to the Central
Station.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
All zones report Alarms
P74E 1E-16E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
P74E 1E-16E OFF: Alarm reporting disabled for that zone
P74E 1E-16E ON: Alarm reporting enabled for that zone
• 0E will turn all selections OFF
MEMORY E will turn all selections ON
P76E
REPORT ZONE RESTORALS
This option selects which zone inputs will send Restoral reports to the Central
Station. Only zones that have previously sent an Alarm will send a Restoral.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
All zones report Restorals
P76E 1E-16E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
P76E 1E-16E OFF: Restoral reporting disabled for that zone
P76E 1E-16E ON: Restoral reporting enabled for that zone
• 0E will turn all selections OFF
MEMORY E will turn all selections ON
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P82E 1E Send Restoral immediately
P82E 2E Send Restoral after siren time
P82E 3E Send Restoral on Disarm & seal
P82E 4E Send Restoral on Disarm always
P78E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
No zones report Multiple Alarms
REPORT MULTIPLE ZONE ALARMS
Zones selected for Multiple Zone Alarms will report each time the zone alarms
and without a restore being sent. The number of reports is a maximum of 15.
The number of alarms sent for each Multiple Zone Alarm can be reduced to 3
by using the swinger shutdown option P89E 4E.
NOTES:
Zones not selected report only once, until reset by an opening or a valid code.
• Only zones that have previously sent an
Alarm will send a Restoral
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
• 0E will turn all selections OFF
MEMORY E will turn all selections ON
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P89E 4E Swinger shutdown
P79E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
All zones report Restorals
NOTES:
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P78E 1E-16E toggles the option ON and OFF
P78E 1E-16E OFF: Multiple Zone Alarms disabled for that zone
P78E 1E-16E ON: Multiple Zone Alarms enabled for that zone
ACCOUNT NO.2 ZONES
Zones selected to be Account No.2 zones will report their Alarms, Restorals
and Excludes on Client code 2.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P79E 1E-16E toggles the option ON and OFF
P79E 1E-16E OFF: Multiple Zone Alarms disabled for that zone
P79E 1E-16E ON: Multiple Zone Alarms enabled for that zone
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P77E
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
ON
ON ON ON
ON ON
16E
Report Misc. Alarms
Report Misc. Restorals
2E M
DESCRIPTION
1E D
u
OPTION No
3E K
/P
ress
edica
l
& K/S
Panic
4E F
ire
5E P
anel
Tamp
er
6E E
xtern
al Ta
m
7E K
per
eypa
d Tam
per
8E E
xit In
stall
mod
9E R
e
adio
Tamp
er
10E
Radio
Panic
11E
Radio
Batte
12E
ry
Supe
rvisio
n Fa
13E
il
Pane
l Bat
t e ry
14E
Main
s Fail
15E
PROGRAMMING
ON ON
ON = Factory default setting.
P75E 1E-16E
REPORT MISCELLANEOUS ALARMS
This option selects which Miscellaneous alarms will trigger the dialler to send
Alarm reports to the Central Station.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
see table
P75E 1E-16E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
P75E 1E-16E OFF: Alarm reporting disabled for that miscellaneous alarm
P75E 1E-16E ON: Alarm reporting enabled for that miscellaneous alarm
• 0E will turn all selections OFF
MEMORY E will turn all selections ON
P77E 1E-16E
REPORT MISCELLANEOUS RESTORALS
This option selects which Miscellaneous Alarms will send Restoral reports to
the Central Station. The selections will report Miscellaneous Alarms restored
from the alarmed to the non-alarmed state.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
see table
NOTES:
• Mains Fail and Battery Fail Restorals are
sent when proper power has been
restored
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P77E 1E-16E toggles the option ON and OFF
OPTION No
P82E
DESCRIPTION
.
.
P77E 1E-16E OFF: Restoral reporting disabled for that miscellaneous alarm
P77E 1E-16E ON: Restoral reporting enabled for that miscellaneous alarm
Resto
ral im
media
tely
Resto
ral af t
er sire
n time
Resto
ral on
Disar
m&s
Resto
eal
ral on
Disar
m alw
.
ays
.
• 0E will turn all selections OFF
MEMORY E will turn all selections ON
Miscellaneous Alarms which have been selected to send a Restoral report will
always send the Restoral report when a valid code is entered to reset an alarm
or at Opening.
1E 2E 3E 4E 5E 6E 7E 8E
Zone Restoral reporting options
ON
ON = Factory default setting.
P82E 1E-4E
RESTORAL REPORTING OPTIONS
Installer, Remote by PC
This option selects when the dialler sends zone Restoral reports. Only one of
the following options may be selected.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
Restoral reporting options also apply to 24hr zones.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
4E, ON: Always send Restoral on Disarm
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P76E Report zone restorals
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P82E 1E-4E toggles the option ON and OFF
P82E 1E: Send Restoral immediately
P82E 2E: Send Restoral after siren time
P82E 3E: Send Restoral on Disarm & seal
P82E 4E: Send Restoral on Disarm always
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OPTION No
P83E
DESCRIPTION
P83E
Test Call Interval
P84E
Time Before Next Test Call
DEFAULT
NOTE
84
x2 = 168hrs (7 days)
6
x2 = 12hrs
TEST CALL INTERVAL
Test calls to the Central Station can be sent at intervals between 2 and 198
hours in 2 hour increments.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
84 (=168hrs =7 days)
Programmable from 2 to 198 Hours. Enter a value between 1 and 99. (This is
automatically multiplied by 2).
NOTES:
Test Calls must be enabled by option P89E 1E.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
• Enter a value from 1 to 99
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P89E 1E Enable Test Calls
P84E Time Before Next Test Call
P83E existing Test Call Interval time is displayed
[ENTER NEW TIME] E new Test Call Interval time is displayed
EXAMPLE: To program daily test calls:
P83E12E
P84E
TIME BEFORE NEXT TEST CALL
This option sets the time before the next Test Call and is used to set the
preferred time for Test Calls. Programmable from 2 to 198 Hours. Enter a value
between 1 and 99. (This is automatically multiplied by 2).
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
6 (=12hrs)
EXAMPLES:
NOTES:
• Enter a value from 1 to 99
• If Test Calls are to start immediately, then
the value is set to 0.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
OPTION No
P85E
.
.
.
P84E existing Time Before Next Test Call is displayed (See note 3)
[ENTER NEW TIME] E new Time Before Next Test Call is displayed
Auto
diallin
g met
hod
PULS
E Dia
lling a
lw
DTMF
ays
diallin
g alw
ays
.
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P89E 1E Enable Test Calls
P83E Test Call interval
B/ Existing Installation: To reset the time that test calls are sent.
E.g., Our example panel is sending test calls at 1am and you want to
change it to 2am. If you are programming the panel at 6pm, enter P84E 4E
(4 x 2 =8hrs. Therefore 6pm + 8hrs =2am).
.
• The Time Before Next Test Call is
constantly updated. When viewed, the
current value will be displayed (not the
initially entered value).
A/ New Installation: Set the time before the first test call.
E.g., If you are programming the panel at 5pm and you want test calls to be
sent at 1am. Enter P84E 4E (4 x 2 =8hrs. Therefore 5pm + 8hrs =1am).
DESCRIPTION
1E 2E 3E 4E 5E 6E 7E 8E
Dialling Method
ON
ON = Factory default setting.
P85E 1E-3E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
1E, ON: Auto Dialling Method
NOTES:
• Only one option is allowed to be ON
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DIALLING METHOD
The dial format is determined by the detected Dial Tone. By default, if no dial
tone is detected after looping the line then the dialler will attempt to dial
regardless alternating between PULSE (Decadic) first and then DTMF dialling.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P85E 1E-3E turns the option ON
P85E 1E: Auto Dialling (PULSE or DTMF)
P85E 2E: Pulse Dialling always
P85E 3E: DTMF Dialling always
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le dia
ller
Conta
ct ID
forma
t
Audib
le DT
MF fo
rmat
Audib
le PU
LSE f
o
rmat
Conta
ct ID
+ Au
dible
Conta
DTMF
ct ID
+ Au
d
.
ible P
ULSE
.
PROGRAMMING
OPTION No
P86E
DESCRIPTION
Reporting Formats
1E 2E 3E 4E 5E 6E 7E 8E
ON
ON = Factory default setting.
P86E 1E
DISABLE DIALLER
Installer, Remote by PC
This option disables the dialler even if telephone numbers and other dialler
options are programmed.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
Up download or remote telephone access remain enabled.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Off: dialler enabled
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
NOTES:
• This option is useful for temporary
disabling of the dialler without affecting
other dialler options.
P86E 1E turns the option ON
P86E 1E ON: Dialler disabled
• Only one option in the range
P86E 1E—6E is allowed to be ON
P86E 2E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
ON: Contact ID format enabled
CONTACT ID FORMAT
This option enables the reporting of alarms to a Central station via telephone
numbers 1 & 2 using Contact ID format.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P86E 2E turns the option ON
NOTES:
• Only one option in the range
P86E 1E—6E is allowed to be ON
P86E 3E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF
NOTES:
• Only one option in the range
P86E 1E—6E is allowed to be ON
P86E 2E ON: Contact ID format enabled
AUDIBLE DTMF FORMAT
For Audible Monitoring to any telephone or mobile phone. The last digit of the
Account number and the zone alarm are sent in Audible DTMF format.
The message is repeated for 45 seconds or until kissed-off by the receiving
telephone.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P86E 3E turns the option ON
P86E 3E ON: Audible DTMF format enabled
P86E 4E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF
NOTES:
• Only one option in the range
P86E 1E—6E is allowed to be ON
• This is the best option to select for
Audible Monitoring.
AUDIBLE PULSE FORMAT
For Audible Monitoring to any telephone or mobile phone. The last digit of the
Account number and the zone alarm are sent in Audible PULSE format.
The message is repeated for 45 seconds or until kissed-off by the receiving
telephone.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P86E 4E turns the option ON
P86E 4E ON: Audible PULSE format enabled
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PROGRAMMING
P86E 5E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
CONTACT ID + AUDIBLE DTMF FORMAT
For simultaneous Central Station and Audible Monitoring.
The alarm message will be sent to the Central Station on the Primary telephone
number and then in audible DTMF format to the Follow Me telephone number.
OFF
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
NOTES:
• Only one option in the range
P86E 1E—6E is allowed to be ON
P86E 6E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
P86E 5E turns the option ON
P86E 5E ON: Contact ID + Audible DTMF format enabled
CONTACT ID + AUDIBLE PULSE FORMAT
For simultaneous Central Station and Audible Monitoring.
The alarm message will be sent to the Central Station on the Primary telephone
number and then in audible PULSE format to the Follow Me telephone number.
OFF
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
NOTES:
• Only one option in the range
P86E 1E—6E is allowed to be ON
The D16 reports alarms to the
Central Station using Contact ID
dialler format.
The message format is fixed as
shown in the Contact ID Codes
Table.
THE MESSAGE TAKES THE FORM OF:
ssss
Q=1
Q=3
dd
zz
aa = 01
aa = 02
aa = 01
aa = 00
k
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Client Code 0000 - 9999
New Event or Open
Restore or Close
User ID (1 to 15)
Zone ID (1 to 16)
Area 1
Area 2
Monitor area
24 Hr Area
Checksum (0 to 0f hex)
P86E 6E turns the option ON
P86E 6E ON: Contact ID + Audible PULSE format enabled
CONTACT ID CODES TABLE
REPORT NAME
Zone 1– Zone 16 Alarm
PREFIX
ssss 18
Q
q
XYZ
130
GG
aa
CCC
001–016
SUFFIX
k
Duress
Keyswitch Panic
Keypad Panic
Radio Key Panic
Medical Alarm
Fire
Exit Install mode
External Tamper
Internal Tamper
Keypad Tamper
Radio Sensor Supervision
Radio Sensor Tamper
Radio Sensor Low Battery
ssss 18
ssss 18
ssss 18
ssss 18
ssss 18
ssss 18
ssss 18
ssss 18
ssss 18
ssss 18
ssss 18
ssss 18
ssss 18
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
q
q
q
q
q
q
121
120
120
120
100
110
306
137
137
137
381
383
384
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
030
031
032
1dd
033
034
035
040
041
042
4zz
2zz
3zz
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
Mains Fail
Panel Battery Fail
Open
Force Open (Cancel)
Close
Test Report
Zone 1-16 Manual Exclude
Zone 1-16 Auto Exclude
ssss 18
ssss 18
ssss 18
ssss 18
ssss 18
ssss 18
ssss 18
ssss 18
q
q
1
1
3
1
q
q
301
309
402
406
402
602
573
380
01
01
aa
aa
aa
01
aa
aa
050
051
0dd
0dd
0dd
063
001-008
001-008
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
k
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OPTION No
P87E
DESCRIPTION
Miscellaneous Dialling Options
s
tempt
.
.
.
ing at
.
4 diall
.
Chec
Split d
ial Ph
on e N
os.
k fo r
dial to
ne
PROGRAMMING
1E 2E 3E 4E 5E 6E 7E 8E
ON
ON
ON = Factory default setting.
P87E 1E
SPLIT DIAL PRIMARY/SECONDARY PHONE NUMBERS
This option selects the order in which Telephone numbers 1 & 2 are dialled.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
FACTORY DEFAULT:
P87E 1E toggles the option ON and OFF
OFF: Alternate Dial
P87E 1E OFF: Alternate Dial
Dial Telephone No.1 on the first attempt. If no answer, dial Telephone No.2.
Continue alternating until successful.
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P87E 4E Number of Dialling attempts
P87E 1E ON: Split Dial
Dial Telephone No.1 for half of the call attempts. If unsuccessful, dial Telephone No.2 for
the last half of call attempts.
P87E 2E
CHECK FOR DIAL TONE
The dialler normally dials only if a dial tone is detected. The dialler can be
forced to dial without a dial tone. Allows use on PABXs with non-standard dial
tones.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
ON: Dial only with dial tone
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
NOTES:
P87E 2E toggles the option ON and OFF
P87E 2E OFF: Dial without dial tone
P87E 2E ON: Dial only with dial tone
P87E 4E
NUMBER OF DIALLING ATTEMPTS
Sets the number of dialling attempts when sending reports.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
OFF: sets a maximum 10 dial attempts before a 5 minute sleep and 10 more retries if unsuccessful.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
ON: 4 dialling attempts
NOTES:
ON: allows a maximum of 4 dial attempts before a 5 minute sleep and 4 more
retries if unsuccessful.
• Sets the total number of dialling attempts.
E.g. If 4 dialling attempts is selected, this
means 2 attempts per telephone number.
If all attempts fail the dialler waits for the next trigger event. The previously
unsuccessful report will be included in the new message.
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P87E 1E Alternate dialling
When sending Test Calls, the time between dialling attempts increases to 60
minutes for the second round of dialling. If a Test Call is unsuccessful after the
first round of calls are made, another call is made after 5 minutes. If this call fails
then subsequent calls are made every hour (up to the maximum number of
calls).
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P87E 4E toggles the option ON and OFF
P87E 4E OFF: Maximum 10 dialling attempts
P87E 4E ON: Maximum 4 dialling attempts
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OPTION No
P88E
DESCRIPTION
or t
Siren
on kis
s-off
Strob
e on k
iss-of
Force
f
d Ope
ning r
epor t
Delay
Closin
g repo
Manu
rt
al Exc
lude r
epor t
Auto
Exclu
de rep
or t
se rep
Chirp
Flash
n/Clo
2 Ope
AREA
AREA
1 Ope
n/Clo
se rep
or t
PROGRAMMING
1E 2E 3E 4E 5E 6E 7E 8E
Open/Close reporting options
ON
ON ON
ON = Factory default setting.
P88E 1E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
AREA1 OPEN/CLOSE REPORTS
Enables or disables sending of AREA1 Open/Close reports.
The User ID of the code used is included in the report. Keyswitch Arming and
Shortcut Arming are identified as User 15.
OFF: No AREA1 Open/Close reports
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
NOTES:
P88E 1E toggles the option ON and OFF
P88E 1E OFF: No AREA1 Open/Close reports
P88E 1E ON: AREA1 Open/Close reports enabled
P88E 2E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
AREA2 OPEN/CLOSE REPORTS
Enables or disables sending of AREA2 Open/Close reports.
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
OFF: No AREA2 Open/Close
P88E 2E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
P88E 2E OFF: No AREA2 Open/Close reports
P88E 2E ON: AREA2 Open/Close reports enabled
P88E 3E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No Siren Chirp on kiss-off
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P88E 4E Flash Strobe on kiss-off
P88E 4E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No Strobe Flash on kiss-off
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P88E 3E Siren Chirp on kiss-off
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SIREN CHIRP ON KISS-OFF
Selects a 2 Second Siren burst on a successful Closing report. This is used to
give audible indication that the dialler has successfully sent the Arming report.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P88E 3E toggles the option ON and OFF
P88E 3E OFF: No Siren Chirp on kiss-off
P88E 3E ON: Siren Chirp on kiss-off enabled
STROBE FLASH ON KISS-OFF
Selects a 2 Second Strobe on a successful Closing report. This is used to give
visual indication that the dialler has successfully sent the Arming report.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P88E 4E toggles the option ON and OFF
P88E 4E OFF: No Strobe Flash on kiss-off
P88E 4E ON: Strobe Flash on kiss-off enabled
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PROGRAMMING
P88E 5E
FORCED OPENING REPORT
If Forced Opening Report is selected ON - when an alarm has been reset by a
valid User Code (or Radio Key), the dialler will send an Opening report along
with a restoral report for the zone or miscellaneous input which caused the
alarm.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
ON: Forced opening Reports enabled
NOTES:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
• This option is used to indicate to the
Central Station that an alarm has been
reset by a valid user.
P88E 5E toggles the option ON and OFF
Usually used in cases where Open/Close
reports are normally selected OFF.
P88E 6E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: Closing Reports sent on Arming
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P88E 1E AREA1 Open/Close reports
P88E 2E AREA2 Open/Close reports
P88E 7E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
ON: Manual Exclude Reports enabled
P88E 5E OFF: No Forced opening Reports
P88E 5E ON: Forced opening Reports enabled
DELAY CLOSING REPORT
If selected ON, Closing reports (if enabled) are sent at the end of Exit Time.
Normally, Closing reports are sent immediately on Arming.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P88E 6E toggles the option ON and OFF
P88E 6E OFF: Closing Reports sent on Arming
P88E 6E ON: Closing Reports sent at end of Exit Time
MANUAL EXCLUDE REPORT
Enables Manual Exclude Reports for Zones 1-16. Exclude Reports for 24hr
zones are sent on exiting EXCLUDE mode.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P88E 7E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P88E 8E Auto Exclude Reports
P88E 8E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
ON: Auto Exclude Reports enabled
NOTES:
•
P88E 7E Manual Exclude Reports
P88E 7E OFF: No Manual Exclude Reports
P88E 7E ON: Manual Exclude Reports enabled
AUTO EXCLUDE REPORT
Enables Auto Exclude Reports for Zones 1-16. Zones not sealed on Arming will
be reported as Auto Excluded..
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P88E 8E toggles the option ON and OFF
P88E 8E OFF: No Auto Exclude Reports
P88E 8E ON: Auto Exclude Reports enabled
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OPTION No
P89E
.
Enable
Test C
alls
Mains
Repo
r t dela
Listen
y
-in to
dialle
r
Swing
er shu
tdown
Line F
ault M
onitor
Line F
ault to
AUX2
.
PROGRAMMING
DESCRIPTION
1E 2E 3E 4E 5E 6E 7E 8E
Miscellaneous Reporting options
ON ON
ON
ON = Factory default setting.
P89E 1E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
ENABLE TEST CALLS
This option enables the reporting of dialler test calls to the Central station.
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
ON: Test Calls enabled
P89E 1E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
P89E 1E OFF: No Test Calls
P89E 1E ON: Test Calls enabled
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P83E Test Call Interval
P84E Time before next Test call
P89E 2E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
ON: Mains Fail report is delayed
NOTES:
MAINS REPORT DELAY
This option allows Mains Fail reports to be delayed by one hour if the mains
power has been off continuously for that time. Normally, the Mains Fail report is
sent immediately the power fails.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P89E 2E toggles the option ON and OFF
P89E 2E OFF: Mains Fail reports immediately
P89E 2E ON: Mains Fail report is delayed by 1 hour
P89E 3E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No Listen-In
NOTES:
• For convenient and private Listen-In,
temporarily connect a spare horn
speaker to the Siren output.
LISTEN-IN TO DIALLER
This is a diagnostic feature for installers. Listen-In is turned on for a minimum of
4 minutes after exiting Program Mode.
During Listen-In, the dialler message and other telephone tones can be heard
through the Siren output (at low volume) while the dialler is sending reports.
The 4-minute period is restarted whenever any key on the keypad is pressed.
To turn Listen-In off, go back into Installer Program mode and toggle the option
OFF.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P89E 3E toggles the option ON and OFF
P89E 3E OFF: No Listen-In
P89E 3E ON: Listen-In enabled
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P89E 4E
SWINGER SHUTDOWN
Installer, Remote by PC
Limits the number of calls made by a zone alarm when Multiple Zone Alarms
are enabled for that zone.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
If enabled, multiple reports are limited to three per zone.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
ON: Swinger Shutdown enabled
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
NOTES:
• This prevents unnecessary multiple
alarms reported to the Central station in
cases, for example, where a door is
‘swinging’ in the wind.
P89E 5E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No Line Fault Monitor
P89E 4E OFF: No Swinger Shutdown (unlimited multiple reports)
P89E 4E ON: Swinger Shutdown enabled (maximum 3 reports per zone)
LINE FAULT MONITOR
When this option is enabled, the telephone line is regularly tested. If the
telephone line is not found, the Line light will commence flashing.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P89E 5E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P89E 6E Line Fault to AUX2
P89E 6E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No Line Fault output
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P89E 5E Line Fault Monitor
P89E 7E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: Clock uses mains frequency timing
NOTES:
P89E 4E toggles the option ON and OFF
P89E 5E OFF: No Line Fault Monitor
P89E 5E ON: Line Fault Monitor enabled
LINE FAULT TO AUX2
When this option is enabled, a telephone line fault condition will turn ON the
AUX2 output. AUX2 will turn OFF when the telephone line is restored.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P89E 6E toggles the option ON and OFF
P89E 6E OFF: No Line Fault output
P89E 6E ON: Line Fault to AUX2 enabled
CLOCK TIMING
When set ON, the Test Report Timer uses the panel’s onboard crystal oscillator
instead of the external mains power supply frequency.
Use this option if the mains frequency is not stable over long periods. (Not
necessary in Australia and New Zealand).
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P89E 7E toggles the option ON and OFF
P89E 7E OFF: Clock uses mains frequency timing
P89E 7E ON: Clock uses internal timing
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Uploa
d/Dow
nload
Direc
t Con
ne c t
Remo
te Arm
ing
Remo
te Dis
armin
g
Remo
te AU
X co n
trol
Remo
te Sta
tus re
por tin
Remo
g
te Eve
nt rep
or ting
Callba
c k mo
de
PROGRAMMING
OPTION No
P90E
1E 2E 3E 4E 5E 6E 7E 8E
DESCRIPTION
Upload/Download options
ON = Factory default setting.
P90E 1E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No Remote Access
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P91E Required Rings
REMOTE ACCESS
When selected On, this option allows the panel to be remotely upload/
downloaded by a remote computer or controlled by a remote telephone.
When the option is Off, the panel will not answer incoming telephone calls,
preventing any type of remote access.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P90E 1E toggles the option ON and OFF
P90E 1E OFF: No Remote Access
P90E 1E ON: Remote Access enabled
P90E 2E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No Direct Connect
NOTES:
• Remote Access must also be enabled
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P90E 1E Enable Upload/Download
DIRECT CONNECT
This allows a direct connection to be used between the D16 telephone output
and an on site computer with modem.
Direct Connect simulates a telephone line ring and makes the D16 connect
immediately to the telephone line.
SEQUENCE:
• The panel must be in Installer Program mode.
• Dial the panel using NessComms™.
• While NessComms is ringing the panel, press P90E 2E.
• This forces the panel to pick up the line and comms can start.
6
6
2
2
D16 Control Panel
MODEM
605
Plug
COMPUTER
605
Plug
270R
+
DIRECT CONNECT Diagram
Upload/download on site
P90E 3E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No Remote Arming
NOTES:
• Remote Access must also be enabled
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P90E 1E Enable Upload/Download
12V BATTERY
REMOTE ARMING
Allows the remote Arming of the control panel using a standard DTMF
telephone (or mobile phone) from anywhere in the world.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P90E 3E toggles the option ON and OFF
P90E 3E OFF: No Remote Arming
P90E 3E ON: Remote Arming enabled
• See page 62 for details on Remote
Operation by telephone
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P90E 4E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No Remote Disarming
NOTES:
REMOTE DISARMING
Allows the remote Disarming of the control panel using a standard DTMF
telephone (or mobile phone) from anywhere in the world.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P90E 4E toggles the option ON and OFF
P90E 4E OFF: No Remote Disarming
P90E 4E ON: Remote Disarming enabled
P90E 5E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No Remote AUX control
NOTES:
REMOTE AUX CONTROL
Enables the remote turn ON/OFF of the AUX1 & AUX2 outputs using a standard
DTMF telephone (or mobile phone) from anywhere in the world.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P90E 5E toggles the option ON and OFF
P90E 5E OFF: No Remote AUX control
P90E 5E ON: Remote AUX control enabled
P90E 6E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
REMOTE STATUS REPORTING
Enables Remote Status Reporting
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
OFF: No Remote Status Reporting
P90E 6E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
P90E 6E OFF: No Remote Status Reporting
P90E 6E ON: Remote Status Reporting enabled
P90E 7E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
REMOTE EVENT REPORTING
Enables Remote Event Reporting
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
OFF: No Remote Event Reporting
P90E 7E toggles the option ON and OFF
NOTES:
P90E 7E OFF: No Remote Status Reporting
P90E 7E ON: Remote Status Reporting enabled
P90E 8E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
CALLBACK MODE
Enables two methods of connecting by computer for remote upload/download.
OFF: No Callback
NO CALLBACK - Allows remote access by computer as long as the panel’s
Account Number (P72E) is known. The panel answers on the 2nd incoming
call.
NOTES:
WITH CALLBACK - The panel will answer the 2nd call, verify the caller, hang up
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P90E 1E Enable Upload/Download
P81E Telephone Number 4, Callback
and then make the Callback using Telephone Number 4.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P90E 8E toggles the option ON and OFF
P90E 8E OFF: No Callback
P90E 8E ON: Callback Mode enabled
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PROGRAMMING
OPTION No
P91E
P91E
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
Required Rings to answer
NOTE
1
REQUIRED RINGS
Installer, Remote by PC
Sets the number of double-rings before an incoming call is answered. This is
used for Remote Access.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
Programmable from 1 to 16 rings. Enter a value between 1 and 16.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
1
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
NOTES:
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P90E 1E to 8E (Remote Access options)
P91E existing Required Rings value is displayed
[ENTER NEW VALUE] E new Required Rings value is displayed
Zones
OPTION No
P94E
P94E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
no zones selected
NOTES:
• 0E will turn all selections OFF
MEMORY E will turn all selections ON
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
"No memory warning" zones
NO MEMORY WARNING ZONES
Select zones 1 to 8 that do not flash the Memory indicator. The alarm still goes
into memory and can be seen when reviewing. (Only zones 1 to 8 can be
selected on either the D8 or D16 panels.)
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P94E 1E-8E toggles the option ON and OFF
P94E 1E-8E OFF: Memory Warning operates normally for that zone
P94E 1E-8E ON: Memory Warning is disabled for that zone
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
SEND DIALLER TEST REPORT
Send a Dialler Test Report to the telephone numer programmed at P70E.
This test operates only in User program mode.
P66666666E (eight 6’s) Triggers dialler and sends test report to Central Station
SIREN TEST
Turn the Siren, Reset and Strobe Outputs On. Pressing P E will stop the Siren Test (and
also exits Program Mode).
This test operates in User and Installer program mode.
P77777777E (eight 7’s) Triggers Siren, Reset, Strobe
PANEL RESET
This function resets the microprocessor. The effect is the same as powering down and
powering up again. Panel Reset operates in User and Installer program mode.
P88888888E (eight 8’s) Panel Reset
PANEL SOFTWARE VERSION
This function displays the panel software version when in program mode. Displayed in
decimal format by the zone LEDs.
Example, version 4.5 is displayed by flashing 4 followed by 5.
This test operates in User and Installer program mode.
P999999999E (eight 9’s) Displays software version
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PROGRAMMING
OPTION No
These options allow selective
restoring of various factory defaults.
For example, you can default (clear)
all the User Codes, without affecting
any other programmed options.
P95E
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
P95E
Clear Radio Devices
not applicable
P96E
Clear Memory
not applicable
P97E
Restore Factory Defaults
not applicable
P98E
Clear User Codes
not applicable
P99E
Program the Installer Code
NOTE
000000
CLEAR RADIO DEVICES
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
This option clears all Radio Device Codes. (Except Radio Keys assigned to Radio Codes).
Options P101E - P116E are defaulted (D16 Radio Devices)
FACTORY DEFAULT:
[not applicable]
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P95E Clears Radio Device Codes
P96E
CLEAR MEMORY
Enter P96E when in Installer Program mode to clear all events in the Alarm memory display.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P96E Clears Alarm Memory display
FACTORY DEFAULT:
[not applicable]
P97E
FACTORY DEFAULTS
This option restores program options to the factory default values.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
The panel options P00E - P08E, P26E - P91E, P117 - P119 are all defaulted.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
[not applicable]
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P97E Restores Factory Defaults
NOTES:
• This option DOES NOT clear Radio Device
Codes, User Codes or the Installer Code.
P98E
CLEAR USER CODES
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
This option clears all User codes and Radio Codes (Radio Keys) and restores factory
default codes.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
User Code 1: 123
All other codes: [blank]
P09E-P10E are defaulted (Radio Codes assignment)
NOTES:
• This option DOES NOT clear the Installer Code.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P98E Clears User Codes
P99E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
000000
NOTES:
P11E - P25E are defaulted (User Codes 1-15)
PROGRAM THE INSTALLER CODE
Programs the installer code. This code can be 3 to 6 digits long. Factory default installer
code is 000000.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P99E [Enter new code]E [Enter new code again]E
(Unlike User Codes, the installer code is not displayed when programming)
For a complete list of factory default values, see the
Programming Options Summary on page 63.
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P09E
P10E
RADIO CODES
Each of the 15 User Codes, except for the Master Code, can be programmed to
be Radio Codes. This allows up to 14 Ness Radio Keys to be used for Arming
and Disarming of the panel. The Ness RKP Radio Keypad can also be used with
the D16, (see the RKP installer manual). The optional 100–200 Ness Radio
Interface is required for radio operation.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
No Radio Codes
NOTES:
• All User Codes can be Radio Codes
except User Code 1 (Master Code) which
is always a Keypad Code.
• Each User Code 2-15 can be either a
Radio Code or a Keypad Code (not both).
PROGRAMMING RADIO KEYS
Radio Keys can be assigned to take the place of User Codes 2 to 15.
(User Code 1 is always a Keypad code.)
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
• Radio Key programming is done by
‘learning’ the code by radio.
• Radio Codes can only be deleted by
keypad in the case of a lost Radio Key.
• Radio Keys are allocated to User Codes,
so that Open/Close reports are identified
by user number when the control panel is
base station monitored. (If Open/Close
reports are enabled)
• Radio Codes cannot be made Arm Only
• TIP: When adding Radio Keys, start at
e.g., User Code 9. This will keep codes 1
to 8 free for use as Keypad Codes.
➊
At option P09E
P09E, select which User Codes 2-8 will be Radio Codes
At option P10E
P10E, select which User Codes 9-15 will be Radio Codes
➋
Use P12E to P25E to select a User Code
➌
Press 1E
➍
Press the OFF button on the Radio Key to be programmed
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P101E-P116E Programming Radio
Devices
The User Code selected must already be assigned as a Radio Code by options P09E or P10E
The READY light will turn ON to indicate that the User Code is ready to accept the Radio Key.
If a code is already programmed the READY light will not turn on and a warning beep will sound. To clear
the code, press 0E, then go back to step 3. (0E clears any Keypad Codes and Radio Keys).
If the Radio Key is accepted, the READY light will turn off and 3 beeps will sound.
If the READY light stays on and a warning beep sounds, the Radio Key is already assigned to another
User Code and must be cleared from that User Code first.
EXAMPLE: To program a Radio Key at User Code 9:
P10E 1E P19E 1E then Press the OFF button on the Radio Key
DELETING A RADIO CODE:
➊
➋
100–664 RK3
Radio Key
Use P12E to P25E to select the User Code
Press 0E to clear the code 3 beeps will sound
100–001 RKP
Radio Keypad
100–067 RK4
Radio Key
CODE TABLE
ASSIGN RADIO CODES
User
Codes
*
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
P09E User Codes 1-8
* Note: User Code 1 is always a keypad code.
User
Codes
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
P10E User Codes 9-15
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ENABLE AS A
RADIO CODE
OPTION No
DESCRIPTION
FACTORY
DEFAULT
User Code 1
P11E
Master Code
123
User Code 2
P12E
2E
User Code 3
P13E
3E
User Code 4
P14E
4E
User Code 5
P15E
5E
User Code 6
P16E
6E
User Code 7
P17E
7E
User Code 8
P18E
8E
User Code 9
P19E
1E
User Code 10
P20E
2E
User Code 11
P21E
3E
User Code 12
P22E
4E
User Code 13
P23E
5E
User Code 14
P24E
6E
User Code 15
P25E
Installer Code
P99E
CODE
7E
Installer Code
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000000
P09E
P10E
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RADIO DEVICE PROGRAMMING
Each of the 16 zones of the D16 can be a radio zone. Once programmed, zones
can accept both Radio Devices and normal zone inputs simultaneously.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
The optional 100-200 Ness Radio Interface is required for Radio Devices to
operate. A Radio Device is any type of Ness transmitter.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
No Radio Devices
NOTES:
PROGRAMMING RADIO DEVICES
• Radio Device programming is done by
‘learning’ the code by radio.
Up to 16 Radio Devices can be assigned, (one per zone).
• Radio Devices codes can only be deleted
by keypad.
• Some Ness Radio Devices send separate
Alarm and Restore signals.
• Ness Radio Keys (100-664), can be
programmed to operate on radio zones,
but they are normally used to operate
Radio Codes as described on page 56.
• Late model Ness Radio PIRs (100-663)
and Radio Reed Switches (100-662)
send Supervision signals.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE - NO RESTORALS
Suitable for 100-663 Radio PIR, 100-665 Radio Pendant, 100-203 Radio
Smoke Detector.
➊
Select a zone using P101E - P116E
➋
Press 1E
➌
Trigger the Radio Device
SUPERVISION RELATED OPTIONS:
P65E Supervised Radio Zones
P66E 1E-8E Radio Supervision Alerts
P67E Radio Supervision Time
P75E 12E Radio Supervision Fail Report
The ARMED light will be ON if a Radio Device is already programmed to the zone. Press 0E to delete.
The READY light will turn ON to indicate that the zone is ready to accept the Radio Device.
A. If the Radio Device is accepted, the READY light will turn off, the ARMED light will turn on and 3 beeps
will sound.
B. If the READY light stays on and a warning beep sounds, the Radio Device is already assigned to
another zone and must be cleared from that zone first.
C. If SUPERVISED SIGNALS have also been successfully recognised, the TAMPER light will turn ON.
EXAMPLE: To program a Radio PIR on zone 16:
P116E 1E Trigger the Radio PIR (or simply connect the battery)
• RELATED OPTIONS:
P09E-P10E Programming Radio Keys
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE - WITH RESTORALS
Suitable for 100-662 Radio Reed Switch.
RADIO DEVICES - OPTION TABLE
ZONE
OPTION No
Zone 1
P101E
Zone 2
P102E
Zone 3
P103E
Zone 4
P104E
Zone 5
P105E
Zone 6
P106E
Zone 7
P107E
Zone 8
P108E
Zone 9
P109E
Zone 10
P110E
Zone 11
P111E
Zone 12
P112E
Zone 13
P113E
Zone 14
P114E
Zone 15
P115E
Zone 16
P116E
➊
Alarm the reed switch, ie., move the magnet away from the switch
➋
Select a zone using P101E - P116E
➌
Press 1E
➍
Restore the reed switch (place the magnet next to the switch)
Leave the reed switch in the alarm condition and wait until radio transmission has stopped.
The ARMED light will be ON if a Radio Device is already programmed to the zone. Press 0E to delete.
The READY light will turn ON to indicate that the zone is ready to accept the Radio Device.
A. If the Radio Device is accepted, the READY light will turn off, the ARMED light will turn on and 3 beeps
will sound.
B. The MEMORY light will turn on to indicate that this device sends Restorals.
C. If the READY light stays on and a warning beep sounds, the Radio Device is already assigned to
another zone and must be cleared from that zone first.
D. If SUPERVISED SIGNALS have also been successfully recognised, the TAMPER light will turn ON.
EXAMPLE: To program a Radio Reed Switch with Restorals on zone 15:
Alarm the reed switch P115E 1E Restore the reed switch
DELETING A RADIO DEVICE:
➊
➋
Use P101E to P116E to select the zone
Press 0E to clear the device (3 beeps will sound)
TIP: To prevent conflicting radio signals when programming Radio
Devices, disable each device once you have finished programming it.
(Remove the battery or open the RADIO link).
Remember to enable all the devices when programming is completed.
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RADIO QUICK START
PROGRAMMING RADIO KEYS:
➊ Select which User Codes 2-8 will be Radio Codes (P09E-P10E)
➋ Select the User Code (P12E-P25E)
➌ Press 1E
The READY light will turn ON to indicate that the User Code is ready to accept the Radio Key
➍
Press the OFF button on the Radio Key to be programmed
If the Radio Key is accepted, the READY light will turn off and 3 beeps will sound
PROGRAMMING RADIO DEVICES (Radio PIRs etc):
➊
➋
Select a zone to which the Radio PIR will be assigned (P101E-P116E)
Press 1E
The READY light will turn ON to indicate that the zone is ready to accept the Radio Device.
➌ Trigger the Radio Device
If the Radio Device is accepted, the READY light will turn off, the ARMED light will turn on and 3 beeps
will sound.
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NOTES:
• The Ness Radio Interface is normally
installed inside the control panel box.
• In cases where radio reception needs to
be improved, the Radio Interface can be
installed up to 50 metres away from the
control panel. (Use 14/0.20 cable)
• If the Radio Interface must be installed
inside a metal enclosure, the antenna
wire should protrude outside the
enclosure.
The Ness Radio Interface (100-200) is the optional radio receiver required to enable all radio
functions. Connection to the control panel is via a 4 wire loom and plug supplied with the
Ness Radio Interface.
If the Ness Radio Interface is correctly installed, the D16 keypad will flash the RADIO light
ON when any radio signal is detected (from both programmed and non-programmed radio
devices).
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CONTROL PANEL
RED
WHITE
BLUE
BLACK
+12V
DATA
RSSI
OV
J2
RECEIVER
• For best performance, the antenna wire
should be kept straight and not coiled,
shortened or extended.
Part No. 100-200
NOTES:
SIGNAL STRENGTH
• Signal strength of Radio Keys can be
tested in USER PROGRAM Mode or
INSTALLER PROGRAM Mode.
• Signal strength of all other Radio Devices
is tested in INSTALLER PROGRAM Mode.
• PRESS 3E to test the signal strength of
the selected transmitter ONLY. (Other
devices will be ignored).
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The higher the number displayed (and beeped) the stronger the signal
received.
TEST SEQUENCE:
• PRESS 4E to test the signal strength of
ANY Ness transmitter (including
unprogrammed devices).
WEAK
SIGNAL
(1 beep)
The Signal Strength test can be used to test the radio signal from any Ness
radio device. The strength of the radio signal received is displayed on the zone
lights 1~8 and beeped by the keypad.
BEST
SIGNAL
(8 beeps)
➊
Enter the option for the radio device to be tested
➋
➌
Press 3E
For Radio Keys: options P12E~P25E. For all other radio devices: options P101E~P116E
Trigger the radio device
• One of zone lights 1~8 will turn ON to indicate the signal strength from the transmitter
• The Signal Strength display remains on until another command is entered
• To clear the display and re-test the transmitter, simply press 3E again (or 4E to test any other transmitter)
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ON
F
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Signal types transmitted
PANIC
R15
RADIO PIR
SIGNAL
TYPE
RK1 RADIO KEY RK3 RADIO KEY RK4 RADIO KEY
3 BUTTON
4 BUTTON
PENDANT
100-664
100-067
100-663
100-662
100-203
ALARM
RESTORAL
ON button
ON button
yes
yes
yes
OFF button
OFF button
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
100-665
PANIC
PANIC button
PANIC button
PANIC button
LOW BATT
yes
yes
yes
TAMPER
SUPERVISION
RR1 RADIO
RSM RADIO
REED SWITCH SMOKE DETECTOR
yes
yes
yes
yes
RADIO DEVICES - OPERATION
ALARM: Any Ness Radio Device can operates on any zone 1-16 as programmed by
P101E~P116E. The hardwired zones 1-16 continue to operate in parallel. (Radio Keys can
operate on radio zones 1~16 for special purposes, but are normally programmed to
operate as Radio Codes. See page 56).
KEYSWITCH INPUT: A Radio Device programmed to Zone 8 will still work as an alarm even
if the Zone 8 input operation has been changed to Keyswitch operation. The P60E 2E and
3E options only affect the Zone 8 terminal inputs.
VIBRATION: Radio device zone signals IGNORE the P30E-P38E vibration sensor settings.
TAMPER REPORT: Radio Device Tamper operation depends on the Armed State of the
control panel.
RADIO TAMPER: causes the keypad to continuously beep and also to flash the RADIO,
TAMPER and the ZONE (identifying the detector) lights. Pressing any key on the keypad or
sending a TAMPER RESTORE will clear this warning.
LOW BATTERY REPORT: A low battery gives 10 beeps and flashes the RADIO & the
BATTERY light. The ZONE light identifying the radio device is also ON. The flashing lights
stop when any key on the keypad is pressed or a detector code with no low battery is
received. Low Battery generates HISTORY and DIALLER reports ONCE only (until the low
battery is fixed and a restore report is received).
SUPERVISION: If a zone has the P65E option ON and a radio code has been programmed
for that zone, then the supervision is active. This means that the radio detector does not
need to have its SUPER enabled (via header link) for the SUPERVISED timeout to occur.
(Useful as an inactivity alarm). A zone supervision failure always flashes the identifying
ZONE light and the RADIO light.
RADIO SUPERVISION
The purpose of Radio Supervision is to verify the correct operation of Ness
Radio PIRs. The Supervision signal from the Radio PIR tells the panel that the
device has not been removed from radio range and is in working order.
Non-SUPERVISION Radio PIRs can also be programmed and used with the
D16 SUPERVISION TIMERS.
A non-SUPERVISION enabled Radio PIR will transmit signals to the D16 only
when it has detected an event. Obviously, there is no guaranteed signal period.
In either case, when the allowed time limit is exceeded then a WARNING is first
given (if programmed by P66E 3E), and then after 1 minute, the programmed
RADIO SUPERVISION ALERTS are generated by the D16.
NOTE: Manually Excluding a Supervised Zone will also disable Radio
Supervision for that zone.
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D16 OUTPUT EXPANDER
D16 OUTPUT EXPANDER (Optional)
.
Enable
P117E
.
1
OPTION No
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.
2
RED
Altern
a
6 5 4 3
OUTPUTS
16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9
OUTPUTS
7
TO J3 HEADER
D16 BOARD
8
J2
J1
Outpu
t Expa
nder
te for
m at
Day z
one fo
llowe
r
Outpu
t exclu
de
.
(100-699)
1E 2E 3E 4E 5E 6E 7E 8E
DESCRIPTION
Output Expander options
ON = Factory default setting.
P117E 1E
ENABLE OUTPUT EXPANDER
Selecting this option enables the D16 Output Expander. When the Output
Expander is enabled, the outputs normally found on the panel’s J3 header will
be on the Output Expander/s. See the Alternate Format Table.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No Output Expander
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
NOTES:
P117E 1E toggles the option ON and OFF
• Up to 2 Output Expander boards can be
used per D16 panel.
P117E 1E OFF: No Output Expander
P117E 1E ON: Output Expander enabled
P117E 2E
ALTERNATE EXPANDER FORMAT
Selecting this option changes the alarms on the 1st and 2nd Output Expander.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
With the option OFF: Zone 1 to Zone 16 are on the 1st Expander. The AUX, ARM
and other outputs are on the 2nd Expander. Use this option when only Zone
outputs are required and only one Expander is used.
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No Alternate Format
NOTES:
With the option ON: Zones 1 to Zone 8 are on the 1st Expander. The AUX, ARM
and other outputs are on the 1ST Expander. Zones 9 to Zone 16 are on the 2nd
Expander. Use this option when a variety of outputs are needed using only one
Expander.
• The 2nd Expander plugs into the 6-way
header on the 1st Expander. This 6-way
header on the Expander cannot be used
for any other purpose.
• IF ALL 16 ZONES and the AUX outputs
are required then 2 Expanders are needed
- in which case select this option so that
it best suits the installation wiring.
P117E 2E toggles the option ON and OFF
P117E 2E OFF: No Alternate Format
P117E 2E ON: Alternate Format enabled
P117E 2E = OFF
7
6 5 4 3
OUTPUTS
2
1
16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9
OUTPUTS
8
J2
J1
RED
RED
TO J3 HEADER
D16 BOARD
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D16 OUTPUT EXPANDER
7
6 5 4 3
OUTPUTS
16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9
OUTPUTS
8
2
1
J2
J1
D
RE
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D16 OUTPUT EXPANDER
Connecting Two Output Expanders
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PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
OUTPUT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
EXPANDER 1
EXPANDER 2
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
User Code 9
User Code 10
User Code 11
User Code 12
Zone 5
Zone 6
Zone 7
Zone 8
Zone 9
Zone 10
Zone 11
Zone 12
Zone 13
Zone 14
Zone 15
Zone 16
User Code 13
User Code 14
User Code 15
Tel. Line Fail
Arm Area 1
Arm Area 2
Aux 1
Aux 2
Arm Monitor
Mains Fail
Battery Fail
Ext. Tamper
P117E 2E = ON
OUTPUT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
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EXPANDER 2
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
User Code 9
User Code 10
User Code 11
User Code 12
Zone 5
Zone 6
Zone 7
Zone 8
Arm Area 1
Arm Area 2
Aux 1
Aux 2
Arm Monitor
Mains Fail
Battery Fail
Ext. Tamper
User Code 13
User Code 14
User Code 15
Tel. Line Fail
Zone 9
Zone 10
Zone 11
Zone 12
Zone 13
Zone 14
Zone 15
Zone 16
D16 OUTPUT EXPANDER
P117E 3E
DAY ZONE FOLLOWER
This option allows Day zones to appear on the Zone Outputs.
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
In Day mode the Zone Output will follow the state of any active Day zone. This
occurs independently of the Program Zone selections P118E (Output Expander
Zone Follower) and P119E (Output Expander Zone Latch).
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No Day Zone Follower
NOTES:
• Day zone outputs are turned off when the
D16 is in Monitor or Area modes.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P117E 3E toggles the option ON and OFF
P117E 3E OFF: No Day Zone Follower
P117E 3E ON: Day Zone Follower enabled
P117E 4E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No Output Exclude
NOTES:
OUTPUT EXCLUDE
This allows zones selected for Manual Exclusion (not Auto Exclusion) to also
Exclude the Expander Zone outputs. With this option ON, and if a zone has
been manually excluded then it will not signal an alarm on the Expander.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P117E 4E toggles the option ON and OFF
P117E 4E OFF: No Output Exclude
P117E 4E ON: Output Exclude enabled
Zones
OPTION No
DESCRIPTION
P118E
O/P Expander zones
P119E
O/P Expander alarm zones
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
ON = Factory default setting
P118E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No Output Expander zones
NOTES:
• Selecting a zone in both P118 & P119
options effectively gives pulsed outputs
whenever that zone alarms.
OUTPUT EXPANDER ZONE FOLLOWER
This selects the zones that will be output whenever the zone is unsealed. When
the zone reseals the output automatically goes off.
Additionally if a zone is also selected in P119 (to zone latch) then an output will
only occur whenever a zone is in alarm and is also unsealed. In this case when
the zone reseals the output automatically goes off again. A further zone unseal
will turn the zone Expander output On again.
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P118E 1E-16E toggles the option ON and OFF
P118E 1E-16E OFF: Output Expander disabled for that zone
P118E 1E-16E ON: Output Expander enabled for that zone
P119E
PROGRAM MODE LEVEL:
Installer, Remote by PC
FACTORY DEFAULT:
OFF: No Output Expander zone latch
NOTES:
OUTPUT EXPANDER ZONE LATCH
This selects the zones that will be output whenever the zone is latched into
alarm. The output goes off only when the alarm system is reset.
Additionally if a zone is also selected in P118 (to zone follow) then an output
will only occur whenever a zone is in alarm and is also unsealed. (See P118
above).
PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE:
P119E 1E-16E toggles the option ON and OFF
P119E 1E-16E OFF: Output Expander zone alarm disabled for that zone
P119E 1E-16E ON: Output Expander zone alarm enabled for that zone
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AUDIBLE MONITORING OPERATION
AUDIBLE MONITORING
REPORTING FORMAT TABLE
DIGIT DIGIT
A
B ALARM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
Zone 5
Zone 6
Zone 7
Zone 8
Zone 9
Zone 10
Zone 11
Zone 12
Zone 13
Zone 14
Zone 15
Zone 16
2
1
Duress
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
Keyswitch Tamper/Panic
Keypad Panic
Radio Panic
Medical alarm
Fire alarm
Exit from installer program mode
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
External Tamper
Internal Panel Tamper
Keypad Tamper
Radio Tamper
Mains Fail
Panel Battery Fail
4
1
RADIO Battery Fail
4
2
RADIO Supervision Fail
The D16 can send audible alarm reports to any DTMF capable telephone. The types of
alarms sent are listed in the Reporting Format Table.
The basic audible message takes the form of:
N [pause] A [pause] B [pause]
N = The first digit of the Account Number, P72E. (N can be the digits 1-9. If P72E starts
with 0, N is not sent).
A = First digit of the Alarm identifier (See Reporting Format Table).
B = Second digit of the Alarm identifier (See Reporting Format Table).
MESSAGE EXAMPLE (AUDIBLE PULSE FORMAT P86E 4E)
If the Account Number is 1234 and zone 14 alarm is reported:
beep [pause] beep [pause] beep beep beep beep
REPORTING SEQUENCE
When triggered by an alarm event the D16 will call the Primary Telephone Number (or the
Follow Me Telephone Number, if programmed) and at the end of the dialling of the last digit,
it will wait for 5 seconds and then commence the audible message, the audible message
will continue to repeat for 45 seconds or until it is kissed off by a DTMF tone.
If there is more than one alarm message to transmit then after it has received the Kiss-off/
Acknowledge tone it will commence transmission of the next message. The D16 should
continue to do this until all alarm messages are transmitted and Kissed-off.
ACKNOWLEDGE TONE
The person receiving the call can then acknowledge the alarm by pressing the
key on
key for 2 seconds during pauses in the audible message.
their telephone. Press the
(On mobile phones, press the # key in short bursts. Many mobile phones enter sub
menus if the # key is pressed continuously).
If the alarm is not acknowledged, the keypad’s LINE light will flash continuously until the
panel is next Armed.
ALARM EVENTS SENT
The Reporting Format Table identifies the alarm events which can be programmed to be
sent in Audible Format.
Open/Close reports, Restorals and Exclusions (Isolates) are NOT sent in Audible Format,
even if selected ON.
OPERATING THE D16 BY TELEPHONE
AUDIBLE FEEDBACK
3 BEEPS:
• The User Code is valid
• Successful Arming or Disarming
• An Auxiliary output has been turned ON.
1 LONG BEEP:
• D16 is already Armed
• Invalid code. Try again.
1 SHORT BEEP:
• An Auxiliary output has been turned OFF.
SUMMARY OF TELEPHONE COMMANDS
Prepare to receive commands
Arm Areas
Disarm Areas
Turn Aux 1 Output ON or OFF
The D16 will allow a user to call in to the panel,
using a standard DTMF telephone, and remotely
Arm or Disarm all areas and also turn on or off
Aux 1 and Aux 2.
To maintain panel security, remote operations
can only be activated after entering a valid user
code.
To operate the D16 by telephone, you need a
DTMF capable telephone, a valid User Code and
you must know the Telephone number of the line
to which the D16 is connected.
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION.
1. Phone the D16 telephone number and listen for
the required number of rings (ring ring...ring
ring) and then hang up.
2. Wait 10 seconds and then call the number
again within 50 seconds.
3. The D16 will answer the second call
immediately, sound a beep for 2 seconds then,
after a pause, it will sound a lower frequency
tone. The D16 is now ready to receive
telephone commands.
Turn Aux 2 Output ON or OFF
Finished - hang up
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4. Press the
button on the telephone. This
tells the D16 that telephone commands will
follow. The D16 will respond with either 3
beeps if all OK (One long beep means try
again).
5. Now enter a valid User Code (that is normally
used for Arming or Disarming the D16)
followed by the
button.
The D16 will respond with 3 beeps if it
recognises the code or 1 long beep to signal
the code was invalid and to try again.
6. Enter the required command.
See: Summary Of Telephone Commands.
7. Press
to finish. This tells the D16 to
hang up. Also hang up your telephone.
NOTES
• If the D16 does not receive commands for
periods longer than 10 seconds it will assume
that the call is finished and it will hang up.
• If an alarm occurs which requires the D16 to
dial out while attempting remote control, the
D16 will treat the alarm as a priority, give a
constant tone as a warning and then hang up.
• When all remote control commands are
finished press
to force the D16 to
hang up.
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PROGRAMMING OPTIONS SUMMARY
OPTION
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
P00E
Follow Me Tel. No.
none
P09E
RadioKey Enable Codes 1-8 none
56
P10E
RadioKey Enable Codes 9-15 none
56
3E Monitor to SONALERT
OFF
P11E
User Code 1 (Master)
123
14
4E Monitor to SIREN
OFF
P12E-P25E User Codes 2-15
none
14
5E Day Mode to RESET OP
ON
3E DTMF Dialling always
OFF
P26E
Entry Delay Time 1
20 sec
15
6E Day Mode to STROBE OP
ON
1E Disable Dialler
OFF
P27E
Entry Delay Time 2
6=60 sec
15
7E Day Mode to SONALERT
OFF
P28E
Exit Delay Time
60 sec
15
8E Day Mode to SIREN
OFF
P29E
Siren Reset Time
5 min
15
1E Brief Monitor Alarm
OFF
P30E
Normal Zone Sens
all zones
16
2E Brief Day Alarm
OFF
P31E-38E Vibration Sens. Z1-8
none
16
3E Monitor Zones Entry Delay2
P39E
DoubleTrigger Zones
none
17
4E Radio Key Chirp & Flash
P40E
Instant Zones
Zones 3-16
17
P41E
Entry Delay 1 Zones
Zone 1
17
6E Double Key Keypad Panic
P42E
Handover Zones
Zone 2
18
7E Keypad Fire Alarm
OFF
1E AREA 1 Open/Close reports
OFF
P43E
Entry Delay 2 Zones
none
18
8E Keypad Medical Alarm
OFF
2E AREA 2 Open/Close reports
OFF
P44E
Lockout Zones
All zones
18
none
31
3E Siren Chirp on Kiss-off
OFF
P45E
AREA 1 Zones
All zones
20
1E Supervision RESET output
OFF
32, 33
4E Flash Strobe on Kiss-off
OFF
P46E
AREA 2 Zones
none
20
2E Supervision STROBE output
OFF
P47E
AREA1 Codes 1-8
All codes
21
3E Supervision SONALERT
OFF
6E Delayed Closing Reports
P48E
AREA1 Codes 9-15
All codes
21
4E Supervision SIREN output
OFF
7E Manual Exclude Reports
ON
P49E
AREA2 Codes 1-8
Code 1
21
5E Supervision AUX1 output
OFF
8E Auto Exclude Reports
ON
P50E
AREA2 Codes 9-15
none
21
6E Supervision AUX2 output
OFF
1E Enable Test Calls
ON 50, 51
P51E
Monitor Mode Zones
none
19
7E Supervision SpeedUp x 6
OFF
2E Mains Report Delay
ON
P52E
24hr Zones
none
19
8E Supervision SpeedUp x10
OFF
P53E
Day Zones
none
19
P54E
Reset OP Zones
All zones
22
P55E
Strobe Zones
All zones
22
P56E
Sonalert Zones
All zones
22
P57E
Siren Zones
All zones
23
P58E
Aux 1 Zones
none
23
P59E
Aux 2 Zones
none
23
1E Entry Beeps
P60E
P63E
P64E
P65E
P66E
P67
DESCRIPTION
OFF
2E Monitor to STROBE OP
OFF
Supervised Radio Zones
24, 25
DEFAULT
PAGE
84=168hrs
44
Test Call Interval
P84E
Time before next Test Call 6=12 hours
1E Auto Dialling, Pulse & DTMF
P85E 2E Pulse Dialling always
ON
OFF
2E Contact ID format
29, 30
P86E
3E Audible DTMF format
OFF
4E Audible PULSE Format
OFF
5E Contact ID + Audible DTMF
OFF
6E Contact ID + Audible PULSE
OFF
ON
P87E 2E Check for Dial Tone
ON
4E 4 Dialling attempts
P88E
P89E
ON
ON
5E Forced Opening report
3E Listen-In to Dialler
ON
OFF
35
5E Line Fault Monitor
OFF
2E 3K3 Zone Resistors
OFF
36, 37
6E Line Fault to AUX2
OFF
3E Radio Panic Toggles AUX1
OFF
7E Internal clock timing
OFF
4E Radio Panic Pulses AUX1
OFF
1E Enable Up/Download
OFF
5E Radio Arm unseal warning
OFF
2E Enable Direct Connect
OFF
6E 24hr Zone Fire Siren
OFF
3E Enable Remote Arming
OFF
7E RK4 AUX button to AUX1
OFF
4E Enable Remote Disarming
OFF
5E Enable Remote AUX control
OFF
P90E
38, 39
OFF
4E Swinger shutdown
ON
52, 53
6E Enable Remote Status report OFF
2E ARM2 Pulse Output
OFF
7E Enable Remote Event Report
OFF
OFF
8E Enable Callback Mode
OFF
4E 6 Beeps on Arming
OFF
P91E
Required rings to answer
ON
48, 49
OFF
P69E 3E Quiet Monitor Siren
ON
47
1E Split Dial Pri/Sec Phone Nos. OFF
OFF
1E ARM1 Pulse Output
45, 46
ON
31
OFF
OFF
DESCRIPTION
P83E
24 hours
Supervision Time
3E Ksw Arm/Disarm
5E Duress to Reset OP
OPTION
OFF
8E Quiet chirps on Arm/Disarm OFF
4E Tamper siren lockout
28
ON
5E 50Hz Mains Frequency
1E ZONE SPLIT
P68E
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1E Monitor to RESET OP
OFF
1
54
7E Auto KP display off
OFF
5E Radio Key Monitor Arm
OFF
P94E
"No Memory Warning" zones none
54
8E Delay Arm1,2 outputs
OFF
6E Disable Mains fail alarm
OFF
P95E
Clear Radio Devices
55
7E RK4 AUX button toggles AUX2
OFF
P96E
Clear Memory
1E Tamper to Reset OP
ON
2E Tamper to Strobe OP
ON
P97E
Factory Defaults
3E Tamper to Sonalert
ON
P70E
Telephone No.1 Primary
none
40
P98E
Clear User codes
4E Tamper to Siren
ON
P71E
Telephone No.2 Secondary
none
40
P99E
Set Installer code
5E KP Panic to Reset OP
ON
P72E
Account No. 1
0000
40
P101E - P116E Radio Device Codes 1-16 none
6E KP Panic to Strobe Op
ON
P73E
Account No. 2
0000
40
7E KP Panic to Sonalert
ON
P74E
Report Zone Alarms
All zones 42, 43
8E KP Panic to Siren
ON
P75E
Report Misc. Alarms
1E S/cut Memory display
ON
P76E
Report Zone Restorals
2E S/cut Zone Exclude
ON
P77E
Report Misc. Restorals
ON
P78E
Report Multiple Zone alarms
none
42
P79E
Account No.2 Zones
none
42
P80E
Tel No. 3 for Test Calls
none
41
P81E
Tel No.4 Callback
none
41
1E Restoral immediately
OFF
43
2E Restoral after Siren Time
OFF
3E Restoral on Disarm & seal
OFF
3E S/cut Monitor Mode
P62E
OPTION
2E Ksw Monitor/Disarm
6E Auto Exclude Zones
P61E
ON
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41
4E S/cut Keypad Panic
5E S/cut Area 1 Arm
6E S/cut Area 2 Arm
7E Auto Exclude 2s Warn
8E Exit Time x 10
OFF
ON
OFF
26
8E RK4 AUX button pulses AUX2 OFF
27, 28
ON
OFF
P82E
4E Restore on Disarm always
P117E
All zones
1E Enable Output Expander
OFF
2E Alternate Expander Format
OFF
3E Day Zone Follower
OFF
4E Output Exclude
OFF
P118E
Output Expander zone Follower none
P119E
Output Expander zone Latch
14
57
60, 61
none
These options are available in
USER PROGRAM MODE.
ALL options are available in
INSTALLER PROGRAM MODE.
ON
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Date purchased:
Date installed:
Installation Company:
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Telephone:
Monitoring Company:
INSTALLATION RECORD
ZONES
DEVICE TYPE
PIR, Reed
switch, etc
DESCRIPTION
P74E Report (dialler)
P57E SIREN OUTPUT
P56E SONALERT OUTPUT
P54E RESET OUTPUT
P52E 24 HOUR
Minutes
P51E MONITOR
P29E SIREN RESET TIME
P46E AREA 2
Seconds
P45E AREA 1
P28E EXIT DELAY TIME
P40E INSTANT
Seconds
P42E HANDOVER
P27E ENTRY DELAY TIME 2
ZONE ASSIGNMENT
P43E ENTRY DELAY 2
Seconds
P41E ENTRY DELAY 1
P26E ENTRY DELAY TIME 1
P55E STROBE OUTPUT
Telephone:
Entrance, bedroom1, etc
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
OPTION No
CODE
User Code 1
Master
Code
CODE HOLDER
P11E
User Code 2
P12E
User Code 3
P13E
User Code 4
P14E
User Code 5
P15E
User Code 6
P16E
User Code 7
P17E
User Code 8
P18E
User Code 9
P19E
User Code 10
P20E
User Code 11
P21E
User Code 12
P22E
User Code 13
P23E
User Code 14
P24E
User Code 15
P25E
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AREA 1
AREA 2
RADIO KEY
CODE (Y/N)
(Keypad Code only)