ICP-VR8488
Quick Reference Guide
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Intruder Alarm System
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Contents
1.0
Product Contents.............................................. 6
2.0
2.1
Introduction ...................................................... 6
Features ............................................................. 6
3.0
Installation......................................................... 6
4.0
4.1
4.2
RF Receiver Interface Connections ............... 9
Wiring and Power Up...................................... 9
Operation .......................................................... 9
5.0
Diagrams .........................................................10
6.0
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
Getting to Know the ICP-VR8488 ...............12
Burglary Zones ...............................................12
24-Hour Zones................................................12
Fire Zones .......................................................12
AWAY Indicator............................................12
STAY Indicator ..............................................13
Trouble Conditions and the Service
Indicator ..........................................................13
Power Indicator States ...................................13
Zone Indicator Details ...................................13
Emergency Keys.............................................13
Keyfobs............................................................13
7.0
7.1
Programming the System ..............................13
Programming Option Bit Locations .............14
8.0
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.6.1
8.6.2
8.6.3
8.7
8.8
8.8.1
8.8.2
8.9
8.10
8.11
8.12
8.13
8.14
8.14.1
8.14.2
8.15
Using the System............................................14
Assigning RF Sensors.....................................14
Adding RF Sensors ........................................14
Deleting RF Sensors.......................................14
Adding RF Keyfobs .......................................14
Deleting RF Keyfobs......................................14
Arming the System (On) ...............................14
AWAY Mode .................................................14
STAY Mode 1 ................................................15
STAY Mode 2 ................................................15
Disarming the System (Off)...........................15
Isolating Zones................................................15
Standard Isolate Method ...............................15
Code to Isolate ...............................................15
Set First Test Report ......................................15
Event Memory Recall....................................15
Walk Test Mode.............................................15
Satellite Siren Service Mode .........................15
Telephone Monitor Mode (Toggle On/Off)15
Add/Delete User Code..................................15
Add a User Code ...........................................15
Delete a User Code........................................15
Change Domestic Telephone Numbers ......15
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8.16
8.17
8.18
8.19
8.20
8.21
8.22
8.23
8.24
8.25
8.26
8.27
8.28
8.29
Turn Outputs On/Off.................................... 15
Setting Date and Time................................... 15
Toggle Day Alarm On/Off ........................... 16
STAY Mode 2 Zones - Program .................. 16
Fault Analysis ................................................. 16
Modem Call (Alarm Link) ............................ 16
Latching Outputs (Reset)............................... 16
Codepad ID/Buzzer Tone ............................ 16
Test Report ..................................................... 16
Speaker Test ................................................... 16
Bell Test .......................................................... 16
Strobe Test (Toggle On/Off) ........................ 16
Telco Arm Sequence (Call Forward On) .... 16
Telco Disarm Sequence (Call Forward Off) 16
9.0
Programming Guide ...................................... 17
Phone Number 1 - Receiver 1 .................................... 17
Phone Number 2 - Receiver 1 .................................... 17
Handshake Tone for Receiver 1................................. 17
Transmission Format for Receiver 1.......................... 17
Subscriber ID Number for Receiver 1....................... 17
Phone Number 1 - Receiver 2 .................................... 17
Phone Number 2 - Receiver 2 .................................... 17
Handshake Tone for Receiver 2................................. 17
Transmission Format for Receiver 2.......................... 17
Subscriber ID Number for Receiver 2....................... 17
Dialing Format.............................................................. 17
Telco Arming Sequence (Call Forward On) ............. 17
Telco Disarm Sequence (Call Forward Off).............. 17
Call Back Telephone Number .................................... 17
Ring Count.................................................................... 17
Telephone Line Fail Options ...................................... 18
Dialer Options 1........................................................... 18
Dialer Options 2........................................................... 18
Dialer Options 3........................................................... 18
Alarm Link Options..................................................... 18
Installer Code ............................................................... 18
User Codes.................................................................... 18
User Code Authority Levels ....................................... 19
Day Alarm Zones ......................................................... 19
EOL Resistor Value ..................................................... 19
Zone Defaults................................................................ 19
Zone Types ................................................................... 20
Zone Pulse Count......................................................... 20
Zone Pulse Count Time............................................... 20
Zone Options 1............................................................. 20
Zone Options 2............................................................. 20
Zone Dialer Options .................................................... 20
Keyswitch Zone Options ............................................. 20
Swinger Shutdown Count for Siren ........................... 20
Swinger Shutdown Count for Dialer.......................... 20
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Zone Status – Zone Tamper Report...........................21
Zone Status – Walk Test Report.................................21
Zone Status – Bypass Report.......................................21
Zone Status – Trouble Report.....................................21
Zone Status – Sensor Watch Report...........................21
Zone Status – Alarm Restore Code ............................21
Zone Status Reporting Options...................................21
RF Supervision Time ...................................................21
RF Low Battery Report................................................21
RF Receiver Trouble Report.......................................21
RF Receiver Trouble Restore Report ........................21
RF Dialer Options ........................................................21
Open/Close Reports ....................................................21
Open/Close Reporting Options .................................21
Codepad Duress Report ..............................................21
Codepad Panic Report.................................................21
Codepad Fire Report ...................................................21
Codepad Medical Report ............................................21
Codepad Reporting Options .......................................22
System Status – AUX Power Supply Fail Report .....22
System Status – AUX Power Supply Fail Restore
Report..............................................................22
System Status – AC Fail Report..................................22
System Status – AC Fail Restore Report ...................22
System Status – Low Battery Report ..........................22
System Status – Low Battery Restore Report............22
System Status – Access Denied (Code Retry) ...........22
System Status Reporting Options ...............................22
Test Report Time (Automatic) ....................................22
Test Reporting Dialer Options....................................22
Outputs 23
Event Codes ..................................................................23
Polarity (Modes) ...........................................................24
Time Base......................................................................24
Time Base Multiplier....................................................24
One Shot Mode ............................................................24
Pulsing Mode ................................................................24
Entry Time 1.................................................................24
Entry Time 2.................................................................24
Exit Time (AWAY/STAY Modes) .............................25
Entry Guard Time For STAY Mode..........................25
Delay Alarm Report Time...........................................25
Sensor Watch Time......................................................25
Codepad Lockout Time...............................................25
Siren Run Time ............................................................25
Siren Sound Rate..........................................................25
Auto Arming Pre-Alert Time ......................................25
Auto Arming Time.......................................................25
Auto Disarming Time ..................................................25
Kiss-Off Wait Time ......................................................25
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Speaker Beep Volume ................................................. 25
System Options 1 ......................................................... 25
System Options 2 ......................................................... 25
System Options 3 ......................................................... 25
System Options 4 ......................................................... 25
Consumer Options 1.................................................... 26
Consumer Options 2.................................................... 26
Consumer Options 3.................................................... 26
Radio Input Options .................................................... 26
User Code Area Assignments ..................................... 26
Domestic Telephone Numbers ................................... 26
RF Options.................................................................... 26
RF Device Mapping for Devices 1 to 8 ..................... 27
RF Signal Strength for Devices 1 to 8........................ 27
RF Signal Strength for Devices 9 to 16...................... 27
Country Codes ............................................................. 27
Default Options ............................................................ 27
System Time ................................................................. 27
System Date .................................................................. 27
10.0
Country Codes ............................................... 28
Figures
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Figure 17:
Opening the Cover................................... 6
Removing the Cover ................................ 6
RF Receiver Data Cable .......................... 7
Removing the RF Receiver ..................... 7
Removing the DC Siren and
ICP-VR8488 PCB ..................................... 7
Entry Holes................................................ 7
Telephone Lead ........................................ 8
Wall Mounting Holes ............................... 8
Rubber Feet Locations ............................. 8
Telephone Connection............................. 8
Connecting the AC Plug Pack................. 9
Installing the Battery................................. 9
RF Receiver (RF 3213/E) Wiring
Diagram ..................................................... 9
Wiring Diagram ...................................... 10
ICP-CC488 Component Overlay ......... 11
Keypad Display....................................... 12
RF333: 4-Button Keyfob Transmitter ... 13
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Tables
Table 1:
Table 2:
Table 3:
Table 4:
Table 5:
Keypad Indicator States .........................12
Location 177 Programming Option Bits14
Telephone Monitor Mode Zone LEDs.15
Fault Indicators........................................16
Hexadecimal Values for Zone Nos. ......27
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Product Contents
Figure 1:
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Opening the Cover
1.0 Product Contents
The Bosch Security Systems, Inc. (Bosch)
ICP-VR8488 Intruder Alarm System includes:
ICP-VR8488 unit (includes case, keypad,
ICP-VR8488 printed circuit board, 433MHz RF
Receiver (RF3213E)
2.0 Introduction
The ICP-VR8488 is a desktop alarm system that
incorporates keyfobs and supervised wireless sensors.
You can assign up to 16 separate wireless devices to
any of the eight available zones.
2.1
Features
•
Eight zones
•
Eight User Codes
•
Eight RF keyfobs
•
Supervised battery
•
Desktop or wall-mountable
•
Up to sixteen supervised wireless sensors
•
Telephone line monitor
•
Access denied supervision
•
Lockout dialer and siren
•
AWAY Mode and STAY Mode operations
•
Delay reporting
•
Day Alarm
•
Telephone arming (AWAY Mode)
•
Answering machine bypass
•
Event memory recall
•
Upload and download programmable
•
Entry and Exit Warning
•
Dual Reporting
•
Sensor Watch
•
Automatic Arming and Disarming
•
AC Fail and Trouble Indicators
•
Walk Test Mode
•
Automatic Call Forward On and Off
3.0 Installation
1.
At the rear of the ICP-VR8488, insert a flat
bladed screwdriver into the slot between the base
and top cover as shown in Figure 1 on page 6.
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2.
3.
Use the screwdriver to pry the top cover up and
forward.
Remove the top cover from the base unit as
shown in Figure 2 on page 6. Note that the
keypad and the ICP-VR8488 printed circuit
board (PCB) are connected.
Figure 2:
Removing the Cover
1 – Keypad data cable connector
4. Disconnect the data cable at the keypad
connector.
5. Unplug the RF receiver data cable as shown in
Figure 3 on page 7.
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Figure 3:
Installation
RF Receiver Data Cable
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Figure 5:
Removing the DC Siren and
ICP-VR8488 PCB
1
1
1 – RF Receiver data cable connector
6. Remove the RF Receiver from the case by
pressing the two holding clips away from the RF
Receiver while lifting the RF receiver circuit
board away from the clips. Refer to Figure 4 on
page 7.
Figure 4:
Removing the RF Receiver
1
3
2
1 – Siren latch
2 – ICP-VR8488 PCB latch
3 – DC siren
8. Press the latch away from the ICP-VR8488 PCB
and remove the PCB from the case.
9. Insert the telephone lead through the entry hole
shown in Figure 6 on page 7 and route the
telephone lead as shown in Figure 7 on page 8.
Figure 6:
Entry Holes
1
1 – Holding clips
7. Press down on the latch that holds the siren in
place lift the siren away from the side of the case.
Refer to Figure 5 on page 7.
1 – Telephone lead entry hole
2 – AC plug pack lead entry hole
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Figure 7:
Installation
Telephone Lead
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Figure 9:
Rubber Feet Locations
1
1 – Telephone lead
10. Push the AC MAINS lead through the hole as
shown in Figure 6 on page 7.
If you are mounting the ICP-VR8488 on the wall, do
Step 11. If not, do Step 12.
11. Mount the ICP-VR8488 on a suitable location
using the four screw holes located in the base of
the ICP-VR8488 case as shown in Figure 8 on
page 8.
Figure 8:
1 – Rubber feet
13. Connect the telephone lead to the telephone
socket (PHONE1) on the ICP-VR8488 circuit
board as shown in Figure 10 on page 8.
Figure 10:
Telephone Connection
Wall Mounting Holes
1 – Mounting holes
When mounting the unit on a wall, the
ICP-VR8488 PCB is located at the bottom
so when you attach the lid, the lid slides
upward.
Continue with Step 13.
12. Turn the base of the unit upside down and place
the rubber feet on the four locations indicated in
Figure 9 on page 8.
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1 – Telephone socket
14. Install the ICP-VR8488 PCB and DC Siren back
into the case as shown in Figure 5 on page 7.
15. Install the RF Receiver PCB back into the case
(refer to Figure 4 on page 7) and connect the data
cable (Figure 3 on page 7).
16. Connect the plug pack’s leads to the 18–22 VAC
and ground connectors on the ICP-VR8488 PCB
as shown in Figure 11 on page 9.
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Figure 11:
RF Receiver Interface Connections
Connecting the AC Plug Pack
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4.0 RF Receiver Interface
Connections
Figure 13:
RF Receiver (RF 3213/E) Wiring
Diagram
1
2
1 – ICP-CC488 Control Panel
2 – RF Receiver (RF 3213/E)
4.1
2
1
1 – AC power connections
2 – AC plug pack leads
17. Insert the 12 VDC 2 A battery (refer to Figure 12
on page 9).
Figure 12:
Installing the Battery
1.
2.
3.
4.2
Wiring and Power Up
Remove power from the control panel.
Connect the RF Receiver to the control panel as
shown in Figure 13 on page 9 using 0.8mm (22gauge) or larger wire. Wire length should not
exceed 300 m (1000 ft).
Apply power to the control panel. The red LED
at the center of the module turns.
Operation
The following describes the status of the module
based on the LED condition.
LED On – Module is functioning normally.
LED Off – Power failure occurred or module is not
connected correctly.
LED Turns Off Momentarily – Module
acknowledged receiving an RF signal from a remote
RF device.
1 – Battery stand-off supports
18. Connect the keypad data cable to the keypad
connector (Figure 2 on page 6).
19. Connect the red and black battery leads from the
ICP-VR8488 PCB to the + and — terminals,
respectively, on the battery.
20. Install the cover on the ICP-VR8488.
21. Connect power to the ICP-VR8488 using the AC
plug pack (TF008).
22. Enter the factory default code (2580) for User 1
and press [#] to reset any alarm that might occur
upon system power up.
User 1 is set by factory default as a Master
Code (2580).
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Diagrams
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5.0 Diagrams
Figure 14: Wiring Diagram
1 – 605 plug
2 – 6 (Red) Telecom line (street)
5 (Yellow) Internal phone line
3 and 4 Not used
2 (Black) Telecom line (street)
1 (Green) Internal phone line
3 – Zone 1
4 – Zone 5
5 – Zone 2
6 – Zone 6
7 – Power to external equipment:
12 V @ 400 mA
8 – PIR
9 – Zone 8
10 – Zone 4
11 – Zone 7
12 – Zone 3
13 – Piezo siren
14 – Smoke detector
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15 – Strobe
16 – Horn speaker
17 – Codepad
18 – Yellow
19 – Green
20 – Red
21 – Black
22 – Battery
23 – Link between +12 V and Comm
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Diagrams
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Figure 15: ICP-CC488 Component Overlay
1 – Socket for telecom lead connect
2 – Termination for phone line
OUT – internal phone line
IN – Telecom line (street)
3 – Receiver interface connection
4 – Zone termination strip
5 – Output termination strip
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6–
7–
8–
9–
10 –
11 –
Battery input
Plug pack input (Bosch TF008)
Relay contact select
Default switch
Programming key
Auxiliary Module: direct link cable
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Getting to Know the ICP-VR8488
6.0 Getting to Know the
ICP-VR8488
The ICP-VR8488 Intruder Alarm System is made up
of a control panel and detection devices such as
magnetic/motion sensors and smoke sensors. The
user operates the ICP-VR8488 using either the
keypad or RF keyfobs.
If a detection device detects intrusion or smoke, the
status of the device changes from normal to faulted.
If a detection device faults when the ICP-VR8488 is
armed (AWAY Mode or STAY Mode), the
ICP-VR8488 sounds an alarm and sends an alarm
report by telephone to the security company, which
takes the appropriate action.
Figure 16: Keypad Display
Table 1:
Keypad Indicator States
Indicator
Description
On – the ICP-VR8488 is armed in AWAY
Mode.
Off– the ICP-VR8488 is not armed in
AWAY Mode.
On – the ICP-VR8488 is armed in STAY
Mode.
Off– the ICP-VR8488 is not armed in STAY
Mode.
On – AC MAINS supply is normal.
Flashing (with Service indicator) – AC
MAINS supply failure.
On– a trouble condition exists. Contact the
security company.
Flashing (with Power indicator) – AC
MAINS supply failure.
On – the zone is faulted.
Off – normal condition.
Flashing – the zone is in alarm.
The OFF indicator lights when the system is
disarmed and flashes when a zone
becomes unsealed when disarmed. The
indicator stops flashing when all zones are
sealed.
The ON indicator lights when the system is
armed and flashes when an alarm occurs.
The indicator is reset after a valid User
Code is entered.
AWAY
STAY
Power
Service
Zone
Indicators
1–
2–
3–
4–
5–
Zone Indicators
Service indicator
Power indicator
STAY indicator
AWAY indicator
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During installation the security company can
configure various zones on the ICP-VR8488 to
behave differently. Examples of different zones are
listed in the following sections.
6.1
Burglary Zones
A burglary zone sounds an alarm when faulted only
if the ICP-VR8488 is turned on (armed) in AWAY
Mode or STAY Mode. When the ICP-VR8488 is
turned off (disarmed), a burglary zone does not
sound an alarm if faulted.
6.2
24-Hour Zones
A 24-hour zone (a tamper switch, for example)
sounds an alarm when faulted whether the
ICP-VR8488 is turned on or off.
6.3
Fire Zones
A fire zone (a smoke detector, for example), sounds
an alarm when faulted whether the ICP-VR8488 is
turned on or off.
6.4
AWAY Indicator
The AWAY indicator lights when the
ICP-VR8488 is turned on in AWAY
Mode.
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6.5
Programming the System
STAY Indicator
Figure 17: RF333: 4-Button Keyfob Transmitter
The STAY indicator lights when the
ICP-VR8488 is turned on in STAY
Mode.
6.6
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5
1
Trouble Conditions and the Service
Indicator
2
The keypad beeps once every min to warn you of
the trouble condition. Press [#] once to acknowledge
the trouble condition and stop the keypad beeping.
6.7
Power Indicator States
If the power indicator is steady, the AC supply is
normal. The keypad beeps once every min to warn
you that the AC supply failed. Press [#] once to
acknowledge the AC fail condition and stop the
keypad beeping. When power is restored, the
ICP-VR8488 returns to normal.
6.8
Zone Indicator Details
A zone indicator (1 to 16) lights when the
corresponding zone is faulted. If the zone indicator
flashes, the zone is in alarm, or the zone is in alarm
memory. Alarm memory is cleared the next time
you arm your system by turning the ICP-VR8488 on
and off again.
Alarm memory allows you to verify the zones that
become faulted before you reset the alarm condition
or disarm the system.
6.9
Emergency Keys
The ICP-VR8488 provides single key emergency
functions (Panic, Fire, and Medical). Pressing any of
these keys for 2 sec sounds the siren and sends a
report to the security company. The security
company then acts accordingly for each emergency
situation.
You can activate a panic alarm using the keyfob by
pressing both the lock key (Button 1) and the un-lock
key (Button 2) at the same time.
6.10
Keyfobs
You can operate the ICP-VR8488 using a fourbutton keyfob instead of the keypad.
3
4
1–
2–
3–
4–
5–
Arm button
Disarm button
Option 1 button
Option 2 button.
Arm and Disarm buttons: Press both buttons
at same time for 2 sec to send a Panic alarm
The system can be programmed so that a
ICP-VR8488 speaker or siren sounds each time you
turn the ICP-VR8488 on and off using a keyfob.
7.0
Programming the System
All system programming options are stored in a nonvolatile EPROM. All programming configuration
remains intact during a total power loss.
After entering programming mode, programming the
system consists of specifying the location number to
program, and changing the data within that location.
Repeat this procedure (specifying the location
number and changing the data) until all required
locations are programmed, and then you exit
programming mode.
To enter Programming Mode, enter the Installer
Code and press [#].
For example, [1 2 3 4 #].
The factory default Installer Code is 1234.
To exit Programming Mode, enter [9 6 0 #].
To select a location, enter the location number and
press [#].
To enter data at the current location, enter the data
value (0 – 15) and press [*].
To step forward one location, press [#].
To step back one location, press [*].
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Using the System
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Example
8.2
To program Phone Number 1 for Destination 1 as
96721233 and the Account Number for Destination 1
as 9876:
1. Enter the Installer Code and press [#] to enter
Installer’s Programming Mode.
For example, [1 2 3 4 #].
2. Enter [0 #] to move to Location 000.
3. Enter:
[9 * # 6 * # 7 * # 2 * # 1 * # 2 * # 3 * # 3 *] to
program Phone Number 1 for Destination 1 as
96721233.
4. Enter [3 4 #] to go to Location 034.
5. Enter [0 * # 0 * # 9 * # 8 * # 7 * # 6 * #] to
program Account Number for Destination 1 as
9876.
6. Enter [9 6 0 #] to exit from the Installer’s
Programming Mode.
Do the procedure below to program the ID number
of each RF sensor into the system. The RF sensor is
assigned to the zone mapped in Locations 616 to
623.
1. Enter the Installer Code and press [0 #].
For example, [1 2 3 4 0 #].
2. Enter the RF sensor number (1 to 16) to add and
press [#].
For example [1 #] to add Sensor 1 or [1 6 #] to
add Sensor 16.
3. Enter the nine-digit ID number found on the RF
sensor and press [#].
For example, [0 0 0 3 8 7 9 4 1 #].
7.1
Programming Option Bit Locations
Option bit locations enable you to program any
combination of up to four different options within
the same location. This feature saves time
programming and reduces the number of locations to
be programmed.
Example
If at Location 177 you only want options 1, 2, and 4,
add the numbers together and the total is the
number to be programmed. For example, the
number to be programmed is 7 (1 + 2 + 4 = 7).
Table 2:
Option
1
2
4
8
Location 177 Programming Option
Bits
Description
Dialer reporting functions allowed.
Remote arming by telephone allowed.
Answering machine bypass only when armed.
Use Bell 103 for FSK format
(disabled = CCITT V21).
8.0 Using the System
8.1
Assigning RF Sensors
8.3
Adding RF Sensors
Deleting RF Sensors
To delete an RF sensor:
1. Enter the Installer Code and press [0 #].
For example, [1 2 3 4 0 #].
2. Enter the RF sensor number (1 to 16) to delete
and press [#].
For example, [1 #] to delete Sensor 1 or
[1 6
#] to delete Sensor 16.
3. Press [*] to delete the RF sensor from the system.
8.4
Adding RF Keyfobs
The ICP-VR8488 supports a total of 16 users. Users
1 to 8 are assigned as PIN codes and Users 9 to 16
are assigned as remote radio RF codes. Follow the
steps outlined below to add RF keyfobs.
1. Enter your Master Code and press [1 #].
For example, [2 5 8 0 1 #].
2. Enter the user number (9 to 16) to add and press
[#].
For example, [9 #] to add RF Keyfob 1 or
[1 6 #] to delete RF Keyfob 8.
3. Enter the nine-digit ID number found on the RF
keyfob and press [#].
For example, [0 0 8 0 2 1 6 2 9 #].
8.5
Deleting RF Keyfobs
To delete an RF keyfob:
1. Enter your Master Code and press [1 #].
For example, [2 5 8 0 1 #].
2. Enter the user number (9 to 16) to delete and
press [#].
For example, [9 #] to delete RF Keyfob 1 or [1 6
#] to delete RF Keyfob 8.
3. Press [*] to delete the RF keyfob from the
system.
Before programming the wireless sensors, you must
assign each RF sensor to a zone. You can assign up
to 16 wireless RF sensors to the ICP-VR8488
Intruder Alarm System across eight separate zones.
RF sensors 1 to 8 are already assigned to their
corresponding zone (for example, RF Sensor 1 is
assigned to Zone 1, RF Sensor 2 is assigned to Zone
2, and so on).
8.6
Arming the System (On)
8.6.1
AWAY Mode
You assign RF sensor devices to Zones 1 to 8 by
programming Locations 616 to 623. Each location
represents an RF sensor device. You can assign
multiple RF sensors to the same zone.
Press and hold [#] until two beeps sound.
Or
Enter your code and press [#].
For example, [2 5 8 0 #].
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8.6.2
Using the System
STAY Mode 1
Press and hold [*] until two beeps sound.
Or
Enter your code and press [*].
For example, [2 5 8 0 *].
8.6.3
STAY Mode 2
2.
3.
EN | 15
To send a Test Report, press and hold [9] until
two beeps sound.
When complete, repeat Step 1 to toggle
Telephone Monitor Mode off.
Table 3: Telephone Monitor Mode Zone LEDs
Press and hold [0] until two beeps sound.
8.7
Disarming the System (Off)
To turn the system off from AWAY Mode or STAY
Mode:
Enter your code and press [#].
For example, [2 5 8 0 #].
8.8
Isolating Zones
8.8.1
Standard Isolate Method
1. Press [*] twice.
2. Enter the zone number to isolate and press [*].
Repeat Step 2 to isolate more than one zone.
3. When finished, press [#] to exit.
8.8.2
Code to Isolate
1. Press [*].
2. Enter your User Code and then press [*].
3. Enter the zone number to isolate and press [*].
Repeat Step 2 to isolate more than one zone.
4. When finished, press [#].
8.9
1.
2.
Set First Test Report
Enter the Installer Code and press [1#].
For example, [1 2 3 4 1 #].
Enter the number of days (0 to 15) to wait until
the first Test Report and press [#].
8.10
The last 40 events (non-partitioned) or
last ten events (partitioned) display in
reverse order (that is, most recent to
least recent).
1.
2.
3.
Walk Test Mode
Enter the Installer Code or your Master Code
and press [7 #].
For example, [1 2 3 4 7 #].
Test each zone.
Press [#] to exit.
8.12
Satellite Siren Service Mode
Enter the Installer Code and press [5 #].
For example, [1 2 3 4 5 #].
8.13
1.
8.14
Telephone Monitor Mode (Toggle
On/Off)
Enter the Installer Code and press [6 #].
For example, [1 2 3 4 6 #].
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Dialing Event
Telephone line seized
Dialing telephone number
Handshake received
Data being sent
Kiss-off received
Released telephone line
Add/Delete User Code
8.14.1 Add a User Code
1. Enter your Master Code and press [1 #].
For example, [2 5 8 0 1 #].
2. Enter the user number (1 to 16) to add or
change, and press [#].
3. Enter the new code and press [#].
8.14.2 Delete a User Code
1. Enter your Master Code and press [1 #].
For example, [2 5 8 0 1 #].
2. Enter the user number (1 to 16) to delete and
press [#].
3. Press [*] to delete the user code.
8.15
1.
Event Memory Recall
Enter the Installer Code and press [8 #].
For example, [1 2 3 4 8 #].
8.11
Zone LED
1
2
3
4
5
None
2.
3.
4.
Enter the Installer Code or your Master Code
and press [2 #].
For example, [1 2 3 4 2 #].
Enter the digits for the telephone number.
If your are changing more than one telephone
number, enter [* 4] (which inserts a break
between phone numbers), and repeat Step 2.
Press [#] to exit.
8.16
1.
2.
3.
4.
2.
3.
Turn Outputs On/Off
Enter your Master Code and press [5 #].
For example, [2 5 8 0 5 #].
Enter the output number (1 to 3) to toggle on or
off.
Press [#] to turn the output on, or [*] to turn the
output off.
Press [#] to exit.
8.17
1.
Change Domestic Telephone
Numbers
Setting Date and Time
Enter your Master Code and press [6 #].
For example, [2 5 8 0 6 #].
Enter the day (DD), month (MM), year (YY),
hour (HH), and minute (MM).
Press [#] to exit.
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8.18
Using the System
3.
Toggle Day Alarm On/Off
Press and hold [4] until two beeps sound.
Day Alarm toggles on or off.
8.19
1.
2.
4.
STAY Mode 2 Zones - Program
Enter the Installer Code or your Master Code
and press [4 #].
For example, [1 2 3 4 4 #].
Enter the zone number the system should
automatically isolate and press [*].
Table 4:
Zone
Indicator
1
2
3
4
5
6
8.21
Repeat Step 2 to select another zone to be
automatically isolated when armed in STAY
Mode 2.
Press [#] to exit.
8.20
1.
2.
3.
Fault Indicators
Fault Description
Hold Down Button
System Fault
1
RF Low Battery
Zone Tamper Alarm
Sensor Watch Fault
RF Sensor Watch
Communication Fail
2
3
4
5
6
Modem Call (Alarm Link)
Latching Outputs (Reset)
Press and hold [7] until two beeps sound.
8.23
Codepad ID/Buzzer Tone
Press and hold [8] until you hear the desired buzzer
tone.
8.24
Test Report
Press and hold [9] until two beeps sound.
8.25
Speaker Test
Press and hold [1] until two beeps sound.
The speaker sounds for 2 sec.
8.26
Bell Test
Press and hold [2] until two beeps sound.
The piezo siren sounds for 2 sec.
8.27
1.
2.
Fault Analysis
Press and hold [5] until two beeps sound.
The zone indicators display the fault condition.
Refer to Table 4 on page 16.
Press [#] to exit.
Zone Indicator
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1 to 8
1 to 8
1 to 8
1 to 8
1
2
8.28
Press and hold [6] until two beeps sound.
8.22
EN | 16
Strobe Test (Toggle On/Off)
To turn the strobe on, press and hold [3] until
three beeps sound.
To turn the strobe off, press and hold [3] until
two beeps sound.
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Fault Condition
Battery Fail
Date and Time
RF Receiver Fail
Horn Speaker Fail
Telephone Line Fail
EEPROM Fault
AUX Power Supply Fail
AC Fail
Zones 1 to 8 RF Low Battery
Zones 1 to 8 Tamper Alarm
Zones 1 to 8 Sensor Watch Fail
Zones 1 to 8 RF Sensor Watch Fail
Receiver 1 Fail
Receiver 2 Fail
Telco Arm Sequence (Call Forward
On)
This option allows you to enable the Call Forward –
Immediate On sequence or Call Forward – No
Answer sequence that automatically operates when
you arm the system in the AWAY Mode.
1. Enter the Installer Code or your Master Code
and press [3 #].
For example, [1 2 3 4 3 #].
2. Enter [1 #].
3. Enter the Call Forward On sequence.
4. Press [#] to exit.
8.29
Telco Disarm Sequence (Call
Forward Off)
This option allows you to disable the Call Forward –
Immediate On sequence or Call Forward – No
Answer sequence that automatically operates when
you arm the system in the AWAY Mode.
1. Enter the Installer Code or your Master Code
and press [3 #].
For example, [1 2 3 4 3 #].
2. Enter [2 #].
3. Enter the Call Forward Off sequence.
4. Press [#] to exit.
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9.0 Programming Guide
Shaded options indicate default values.
Phone Number 1 - Receiver 1
000 to 015
Location
0
Default
0 = 10 and telephone termination = 0
Anywhere else 0 = 0
Phone Number 2 - Receiver 1
016 to 031
Location
0
Default
0 = 10 and telephone termination = 0
Anywhere else 0 = 0
Handshake Tone for Receiver 1
032
Location
1 HI-LO handshake (Contact ID)
2 1400 Hz (Ademco TX @ 1900 Hz)
3 2300 Hz (Sescoa TX @ 1800 Hz)
4 No handshake
5 Pager
Transmission Format for Receiver 1
033
Location
1 Contact ID
2 4 + 2 express
3 FSK 300 baud
4 Domestic
5 Basic pager
Subscriber ID Number for Receiver 1
Location
Default
034 to 039
0
Phone Number 1 - Receiver 2
040 to 055
Location
0
Default
0 = 10 and telephone termination = 0
Anywhere else 0 = 0
EN | 17
Phone Number 2 - Receiver 2
056 to 071
Location
0
Default
0 = 10 and telephone termination = 0
Anywhere else 0 = 0
Handshake Tone for Receiver 2
072
Location
1 HI-LO handshake (Contact ID)
2 1400 Hz (Ademco TX @ 1900 Hz)
3 2300 Hz (Sescoa TX @ 1800 Hz)
4 No handshake
5 Pager
Transmission Format for Receiver 2
073
Location
1 Contact ID
2 4 + 2 expressed
3 FSK 300 baud
4 Domestic
5 Basic pager
Subscriber ID Number for Receiver 2
074 to 079
Location
0
Default
Right justified
Dialing Format
080
Location
1 Australian DTMF
2 Australian decadic
3 Alternate DTMF and Australian decadic
4 International DTMF
5 Reversed decadic
6 Alternate DTMF and reversed decadic
Reserved
081 to 112
Reserved
Location
Telco Arming Sequence (Call Forward On)
113 to 142
0
Location
Default
Telco Disarm Sequence (Call Forward Off)
143 to 158
0
Location
Default
Call Back Telephone Number
159 to 174
Location
0
Default
0 = 10 and telephone termination = 0
Anywhere else 0 = 0
Ring Count
Location
Default
0
1 to 13
14
15
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8
Panel does not answer
Number of rings until panel answers
Answering machine bypass 2
Answering machine bypass 1
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Telephone Line Fail Options
176
Location
0
Default
1 Display FAULT indicator when telephone line fails
2 Sound alarm when system arms
4 Sound alarm when system disarms
Options 2 and 4 must be used in
conjunction with Option 1 (for example,
program 1, 3, 5, or 7).
Dialer Options 1
177
Location
1 Dialer reporting functions allowed
2 Remote arming by telephone allowed
4 Answering machine bypass only when armed
8 Bell 103 used for FSK format (Disabled = CCITT
V21)
Dialer Options 2
178
Location
0
Default
1 Open/Close Reports only if previous alarm
2 Open/Close Reports in STAY Mode allowed
4 Delay siren until transmission complete
8 Extend handshake wait time from 30 sec to 60 sec
Dialer Options 3
179
Location
0
Default
1 Set DTMF dialing pulses to 1 digit/sec
2 Lockout telephone line fail alarm
4 Change decadic dialing to 60/40
8 Reserved
Installer Code
Location
181 to 184
Location
181
182
183
184
Default
1
2
3
4
User Codes
Location
185 to 264
User #01
Authority Level*
User #02
Authority Level*
User #03
Authority Level*
User #04
Authority Level*
User #05
Authority Level*
User #06
Authority Level*
User #07
Authority Level*
User #08
Authority Level*
RF User #09
Authority Level*
RF User #10
Alarm Link Options
180
Location
1 Upload/download allowed
2 Call back phone number required for
upload/download
4 Exit upload/download connection on alarm
8 Reserved
EN | 18
Authority Level*
RF User #11
Authority Level*
RF User #12
Authority Level*
RF User #13
Authority Level*
RF User #14
Authority Level*
RF User #15
Authority Level*
RF User #16
Authority Level*
Location
Default
185
186
187
188
189
190 to 193
194
195 to 198
199
200 to 203
204
205 to 208
209
210 to 213
214
215 to 218
219
220
221 to 223
224
225 to 228
229
230 to 233
234
235 to 238
239
240 to 243
244
245 to 248
249
250 to 253
254
255 to 258
259
260 to 263
264
2
5
8
0
10
15
2
15
2
15
2
15
2
15
2
15
2
0
15
3
15
2
15
2
15
2
15
2
15
2
15
2
15
2
15
2
* Refer to User Code Authority Levels on page 19 for
Authority Level descriptions.
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User Code Authority Levels
Priority
0
1
2
3
4
6
Description
Arm/disarm
Arm only
Arm/disarm and Open/Close Reports
Arm only and Close Report
Arm/disarm and code to isolate
Arm/disarm, code to isolate, and
Open/Close Reports
Arm/disarm and Master Code functions
Arm/disarm, Master Code functions, and
Open/Close Reports
Arm/disarm, Master Code functions, and
code to isolate
Arm/disarm, Master Code functions, code
to isolate, and Open/Close Reports
8
10
12
14
Day Alarm Zones
Location
265
0
Default
1 Zone 1
2
Zone 2
4
Zone 3
8
Zone 4
EOL Resistor Value
Location
266
0
No EOL
1
1K
2
1K5
3
2K2
4
3K3
5
3K9
6
4K7
7
5K6
8
6K8
9
10K
10
12K
11
22K
12
Reserved
13
Reserved
14
Split EOL (3K3/6K8 with tamper (1K)
15
Split EOL (3K3/6K8) 1% resistors
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Zone Defaults
Location
267 to 322
Location
Zone #01 (Default = Delay-1)
Zone Type
Zone Pulse Count
Zone Pulse Count Time
Zone Options 1
Zone Options 2
Report Code
Dialer Options
Zone #02 (Default = Handover)
Zone Type
Zone Pulse Count
Zone Pulse Count Time
Zone Options 1
Zone Options 2
Report Code
Dialer Options
Zone #03 (Default = Handover)
Zone Type
Zone Pulse Count
Zone Pulse Count Time
Zone Options 1
Zone Options 2
Report Code
Dialer Options
Zone #04 (Default = Handover)
Zone Type
Zone Pulse Count
Zone Pulse Count Time
Zone Options 1
Zone Options 2
Report Code
Dialer Options
Zone #05 (Default = Instant)
Zone Type
Zone Pulse Count
Zone Pulse Count Time
Zone Options 1
Zone Options 2
Report Code
Dialer Options
Zone #06 (Default = Instant)
Zone Type
Zone Pulse Count
Zone Pulse Count Time
Zone Options 1
Zone Options 2
Report Code
Dialer Options
Default
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
2
0
0
1
14
1
1
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
1
0
0
1
14
1
1
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
1
0
0
1
14
1
1
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
1
0
0
1
14
1
1
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
0
0
0
1
14
1
1
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
0
0
0
1
14
1
1
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Location
Zone Options 1
Zone #07 (Default = Instant)
Zone Type 309
Zone Pulse Count 310
Zone Pulse Count Time 311
Zone Options 1 312
Zone Options 2 313
Report Code 314
Dialer Options 315
Zone #08 (Default = 24 hr. Tamper)
Zone Type 316
Zone Pulse Count 317
Zone Pulse Count Time 318
Zone Options 1 319
Zone Options 2 320
Report Code 321
Dialer Options 322
0
0
0
1
12
1
1
9
0
0
1
12
1
1
Zone Types
Zone Type
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Description
Instant
Handover
Delay 1
Delay 2
Reserved
Reserved
24-hour medical
24-hour panic
24-hour hold-up
24-hour tamper
Reserved
Keyswitch
24-hour burglary
24-hour fire
Chime
Not used
Zone Options 2
Option
1
2
4
8
Group
Isolated in STAY Mode 1
Zone isolation allowed
Forced arming allowed
Zone Restore Report allowed
Zone Dialer Options
Option
0
1
2
4
8
Option
0
1
2
4
5
6
8
9
10
Description
No Zone Reports allowed
Report to Receiver 1
Report to Receiver 2
Report to both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
Report to Receiver 2 only if Receiver 1 fails
12
13
14
Description
Latching arm and disarm in AWAY Mode
Latching arm in AWAY Mode
Latching disarm from AWAY Mode or STAY
Mode
Latching arm and disarm in STAY Mode
Latching arm in STAY Mode
Latching disarm from STAY Mode
Momentary arm and disarm in AWAY Mode
Momentary arm In AWAY Mode
Momentary disarm from AWAY Mode or
STAY Mode
Momentary arm and disarm in STAY Mode
Momentary arm in STAY Mode
Momentary disarm from STAY Mode
Swinger Shutdown Count for Siren
Zone Pulse Count Time
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Description
Lockout siren/dialer
Delay Alarm Report
Silent alarm
Sensor watch
The keyswitch zone options replace Zone Options 1
for zones programmed to operate as keyswitch zones.
Use the pulse count to program the number of pulses
(0 to 15) that must register within the pulse count
time to activate an alarm.
20 ms Loop
Response
Time
0.5 sec
1 sec
2 sec
3 sec
4 sec
5 sec
10 sec
15 sec
Option
1
2
4
8
Keyswitch Zone Options
Zone Pulse Count
Option
EN | 20
Option
150 ms Loop
Response Time
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
20 sec
30 sec
40 sec
50 sec
60 sec
90 sec
120 sec
200 sec
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Location
Default
1 to 15
379
3
Number of times siren operates until
lockout
Swinger Shutdown Count for Dialer
Location
Default
0
1 to 15
380
6
Unlimited
Number of times dialer operates until
lockout
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RF Receiver Trouble Report
Zone Status – Zone Tamper Report
Location
381 to 382
Zone Tamper Report
Zone Tamper Restore Report
Location
Location
381
382
Default
0
0
Zone Status – Walk Test Report
Location
383 to 384
Location
Walk Test Start Report
Walk Test End Report
383
384
Default
0
0
Zone Status – Bypass Report
Location
385 to 386
Location
Zone Bypass Report
Zone Bypass Restore Report
385
386
Default
9
8
Zone Status – Trouble Report
Location
387 to 388
Location
Zone Trouble Report
Zone Trouble Restore Report
387
388
Default
2
3
Zone Status – Sensor Watch Report
Location
Sensor Watch Report
Sensor Watch Restore Report
Default
4
5
Zone Status – Alarm Restore Code
Location
Default
392
Location
0 No zone status reports allowed
1 Report to Receiver 1
2 Report to Receiver 2
4 Report to both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
8 Report to Receiver 2 only if Receiver 1 fails
RF Supervision Time
397
9
RF Receiver Trouble Restore Report
Location
398 to 399
Location
RF Receiver Trouble Restore
Report (tens digit)
RF Receiver Trouble Restore
Report (units digit)
398
Default
7
399
11
RF Dialer Options
400
Location
0 No RF Reports allowed
1 Report to Receiver 1
2 Report to Receiver 2
4 Report to both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
8 Report to Receiver 2 only if Receiver 1 fails
401 to 402
Location
401
Open Report
Close Report
402
Default
11
12
403
Location
0 No Open/Close Reports allowed
1 Report to Receiver 1
2 Report to Receiver 2
4 Report to both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
8 Report to Receiver 2 only if Receiver 1 fails
Codepad Duress Report
Location
Default
Location
404
6
405 to 406
Location
405
Tens digit
Units digit
406
Default
7
15
Codepad Fire Report
394 to 395
Location
Location
RF Low Battery Report
RF Low Battery Restore Report
Default
7
Codepad Panic Report
393
0
Increments of 6 hours
(0 to 90 hours)
RF Low Battery Report
Location
396
Open/Close Reporting Options
391
14
Zone Status Reporting Options
Location
Default
0 to 15
Location
RF Receiver Trouble Report
(tens digit)
RF Receiver Trouble Report
(units digit)
Location
389
390
396 to 397
Open/Close Reports
389 to 390
Location
EN | 21
394
395
Default
6
8
407 to 408
Location
407
Tens digit
Units digit
408
Default
7
14
Codepad Medical Report
Location
409 to 410
Location
Tens digit
Units digit
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410
Default
7
13
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Test Report Time (Automatic)
Codepad Reporting Options
411
Location
0 No Codepad Alarm Reports allowed
1 Report to Receiver 1
2 Report to Receiver 2
4 Report to both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
8 Report to Receiver 2 only if Receiver 1 fails
Location
412 to 413
Location
Tens digit
Units digit
412
413
Default
10
3
System Status – AUX Power Supply Fail Restore
Report
Location
414 to 415
Location
Tens digit
Units digit
414
415
Default
10
8
System Status – AC Fail Report
Location
416 to 417
Location
Tens digit
Units digit
416
417
Default
10
2
System Status – AC Fail Restore Report
Location
418 to 419
Location
Default
10
7
418
Tens digit
Units digit
419
System Status – Low Battery Report
Location
420 to 421
Location
420
421
Tens digit
Units digit
Default
10
1
System Status – Low Battery Restore Report
Location
422 to 423
Location
422
423
Tens digit
Units digit
Default
10
6
System Status – Access Denied (Code Retry)
Location
424 to 426
Location
Code retry limit
(0 = unlimited)
Tens digit
Units digit
428 to 434
Location
System Status – AUX Power Supply Fail Report
Location
EN | 22
424
Default
6
425
426
7
12
System Status Reporting Options
427
Location
0 No Codepad Alarm Reports allowed
1 Report to Receiver 1
2 Report to Receiver 2
4 Report to both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
8 Report to Receiver 2 only if Receiver 1 fails
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Hour of day (tens digit)
Hour of day (units digit)
Minute of day (tens digit)
Minute of day (units digit)
Test Report (tens digit)
Test Report (units digit)
Repeat interval in days
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
Default
0
0
0
0
7
1
0
Test Reporting Dialer Options
435
Location
0 No Test Reports allowed
1 Report to Receiver 1
2 Report to Receiver 2
4 Report to both Receiver 1 and Receiver 2
8 Report to Receiver 2 only if Receiver 1 fails
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Event Codes
Outputs
Location
EN | 23
436 to 465
Location
Default
Output 1 (Default = Horn speaker)
Event Code 436
1
Event Code 437
14
Polarity 438
0
Time Base 439
0
Time Base Multiplier 440
0
Time Base Multiplier 441
0
Output 2 (Default = Fire alarm with verification)
Event Code 442
2
Event Code 443
7
Polarity 444
10
Time Base 445
2
Time Base Multiplier 446
1
Time Base Multiplier 447
5
Strobe Output
(Default = Strobe – reset after 8 hours)
Event Code 448
2
Event Code 449
0
Polarity 450
6
Time Base 451
4
Time Base Multiplier 452
0
Time Base Multiplier 453
8
Relay Output (Default = Sirens running)
Event Code 454
1
Event Code 455
15
Polarity 456
1
Time Base 457
0
Time Base Multiplier 458
0
Time Base Multiplier 459
0
Codepad Buzzer
(Default = Entry/exit warning plus day alarm)
Event Code 460
0
Event Code 461
13
Polarity 462
2
Time Base 463
1
Time Base Multiplier 464
0
Time Base Multiplier 465
1
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Event
Code
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
Description
EDMSAT – satellite siren (Output 1 only)
System armed
System disarmed
Armed in STAY Mode
Armed in AWAY Mode
Pre-arming alert
Exit warning (all zones sealed) and entry
warning
Exit warning
Exit warning finished
Kiss-off after end of exit time
Reserved
Entry warning
Entry warning and day alarm resetting
Exit warning and entry warning and day alarm
resetting
Day alarm resetting
Day alarm latching
Day alarm enabled
Telephone line fail
Kiss-off received
AUX Power Supply fail
AC fail
Low battery
Horn speaker fail
Sensor watch alarm
Codepad medical alarm
Codepad fire alarm
Codepad panic alarm
Codepad duress alarm
Access denied (code retries)
Reserved
Horn speaker (Output 1 only)
Sirens running
Strobe
Silent alarm
Alarm in STAY Mode
Alarm in AWAY Mode
System fault
Fire alarm (resetting)
Fire alarm (latching)
Fire alarm (verification)
Remote Control 1
Remote Control 2
Remote Control 3
Radio Control Output 1
Radio Control Output 2
Radio Control Output 1 – not in AWAY Mode
Radio Control Output 2 – not in AWAY Mode
Communications fail after three attempts
Communications fail
Dialer disabled
Dialer active (on-line)
Ring detect
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Event Codes (continued)
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
Event
Code
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
Description
Codepad Panic (multibreak) v1.05+
Mimic zone 1
Mimic zone 2
Mimic zone 3
Mimic zone 4
Mimic zone 5
Mimic zone 6
Mimic zone 7
Mimic zone 8
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Chime
Zone not sealed
Zone not sealed after exit time
Reserved
AC MAINS cycle (60 Hz or 50 Hz)
Area 1 – zone unsealed
Area 2 – zone unsealed
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Area 1 in alarm (CC488 only)
Area 2 in alarm (CC488 only)
Reserved
Reserved
Area 1 armed (CC488 only)
Area 2 armed (CC488 only)
Reserved
Reserved
Area 1 disarmed
Area 2 disarmed
Reserved
Reserved
Any areas armed (CC488 only)
Any areas disarmed (CC488 only)
Area 1 codepad data terminal (CC488 only)
Area 2 codepad data terminal (CC488 only)
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Polarity (Modes)
Option
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Description
Output not used
Normally open, going low
Normally open, pulsing low
Normally open, one shot low
Normally open, one shot low (reactivate)
Normally open, one shot low (can reset)
Normally open, one shot low (alarm)
Normally open, latching low
Normally low, going open
Normally low, pulsing open
Normally low, one shot open
Normally low, one shot open (reactivate)
Normally low, one shot open (can reset)
Normally low, one-shot open (alarm)
Normally low, latching open
Time Base
Option
1
2
3
4
Description
200 ms
1 sec
1 min
1 hour
Time Base Multiplier
Enter a value between 01 and 99.
One Shot Mode
When you program the output polarity as one shot,
the time base is multiplied by the time base
multiplier. For example, if the time base = 2 and the
multiplier = 05, the output operates for 10 sec.
Pulsing Mode
When you program the output polarity as pulsing,
the time base becomes the ON time and the
multiplier becomes the OFF time. The OFF time is
the time base, which is multiplied by the multiplier.
For example, if you want the output to pulse 1 sec
ON and 5 sec OFF, you would program time base as
1 and the multiplier as 5.
Entry Time 1
Location
466 to 467
Location
Increments of 1 sec
(0 to 15 sec)
Increments of 16 sec
(0 to 240 sec)
466
Default
4
467
1
Location
468
Default
8
469
2
Entry Time 2
Location
468 to 469
Increments of 1 sec
(0 to 15 sec)
Increments of 16 sec
(0 to 240 sec)
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Auto Arming Time
Exit Time (AWAY/STAY Modes)
Location
470 to 471
Location
Location
Increments of 1 sec
(0 sec to 15 sec)
Increments of 16 sec
(0 sec to 240 sec)
470
Default
12
471
3
Entry Guard Time For STAY Mode
Location
Increments of 1 sec
(0 sec to 15 sec)
Increments of 16 sec
(0 sec to 240 sec)
472
473
0
Location
474
Default
0
475
0
476 to 477
Location
Increments of days
(tens digit)
Increments of days
(units digit)
476
Default
0
477
0
478
0
No lockout
Increments of 10 sec
(10 sec to 150 sec)
Siren Run Time
Location
Default
0
1 to 15
479
5
No siren time
Increments of 1 min
(1 min to 15 min)
Siren Sound Rate
Location
Default
0 to 15
480
7
0 = slowest frequency
15 = fastest frequency
Auto Arming Pre-Alert Time
Location
Default
0
1 to 15
486 to 489
Location
Hour of the day (tens digit)
Hour of the day (units digit)
Minute of the day (tens digit)
Minute of the day (units digit)
486
487
488
489
Default
0
0
0
0
490
Location
3
Default
Increments of 500 ms
(500 ms to 8 sec)
Location
Default
0 to 15
491
13
0 = no beeps
15 = loudest beeps
System Options 1
Codepad Lockout Time
Location
Default
0
1 to 15
484
485
Default
0
0
0
0
Speaker Beep Volume
Sensor Watch Time
Location
482
483
Kiss-Off Wait Time
474 to 475
Increments of 1 sec
(0 sec to 15 sec)
Increments of 16 sec
(0 sec to 240 sec)
Location
Hour of the day (tens digit)
Hour of the day (units digit)
Minute of the day (tens digit)
Minute of the day (units digit)
Location
Default
0
Delay Alarm Report Time
Location
482 to 485
Auto Disarming Time
472 to 473
Location
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481
1
No pre-alert time
Increments of 5 min
(5 min to 75 min)
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Location
1 Bosch smart lockout allowed
2 Horn speaker monitor
4 Strobe indication for radio arm/disarm
8 Assign Button 4 on transmitter to operate STAY
Mode
System Options 2
493
Location
0
Default
1 Codepad panic to be silent
2 Codepad fire to be silent
4 Codepad medical to be silent
8 Access denied (code retries) to be silent
System Options 3
494
Location
1 AC fail after 1 hour (Disabled = after 2 min)
2 Ignore AC fail
4 Pulse count handover allowed
8 Handover delay to be sequential
System Options 4
495
Location
0
Default
1 Panel to power up disarmed (if power reset)
2 Arm/disarm tracking on power up
4 Internal crystal to keep time
8 Night arm station or RE005 installed
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Consumer Options 1
496
Location
0
Default
1 Test reports only when armed
2 Test report after siren reset
4 Auto arm in STAY Mode 1
8 STAY indicator to display day alarm status
Consumer Options 2
497
Location
1 Codepad display extinguish after 60 sec
2 Single button arming allowed
(AWAY/STAY Modes 1 and 2)
4 Single button disarming allowed
(STAY Modes 1 and 2)
8 Alarm memory reset on disarm
Consumer Options 3
498
Location
1 Codepad fault beeps allowed
2 Use digit 3 for codepad duress alarm (instead of
digit 9)
4 Alarms activate sirens and strobe outputs in STAY
Modes 1 and 2
8 Zone tamper alarms to be silent
Radio Input Options
499
Location
0
Default
1 304 MHz RF Receiver (RF3213)
2 Latching keyswitch input
3 Momentary keyswitch input
4 Reserved
User Code Area Assignments
Location
534 to 549
Location
Default
User Code 1
534
0
User Code 2
535
0
User Code 3
536
0
User Code 4
537
0
User Code 5
538
0
User Code 6
539
0
User Code 7
540
0
User Code 8
541
0
User Code 9
542
0
User Code 10
543
0
User Code 11
544
0
User Code 12
545
0
User Code 13
546
0
User Code 14
547
0
User Code 15
548
0
User Code 16
549
0
0
User code not assigned
1
User code assigned to Area 1
2
User code assigned to Area 2
3
User code assigned to both Area 1 and Area 2
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Domestic Telephone Numbers
Location
Default
550 to 597
None
Reserved
Location
Default
598
0
RF Options
599
Location
0
Default
1 Sound siren on RF receiver fail
2 Sound siren on RF receiver tamper/jamming
4 Unseal zone that fails supervision (if supervision
enabled)
8 RF jamming monitoring allowed
RF Device Mapping Option
Location
600 to 615
Map RF Device 1
Map RF Device 2
Map RF Device 3
Map RF Device 4
Map RF Device 5
Map RF Device 6
Map RF Device 7
Map RF Device 8
Map RF Device 9
Map RF Device 10
Map RF Device 11
Map RF Device 12
Map RF Device 13
Map RF Device 14
Map RF Device 15
Map RF Device 16
0
1
Mapping Disable
Mapping Enable
Location
Default
600
601
602
603
604
605
606
607
608
609
610
611
612
613
614
615
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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Country Codes
RF Device Mapping for Devices 1 to 8
Location
Location
616 to 623
Map RF Device 1 to Zone
(1 to 16)
Map RF Device 2 to Zone
(1 to 16)
Map RF Device 3 to Zone
(1 to 16)
Map RF Device 4 to Zone
(1 to 16)
Map RF Device 5 to Zone
(1 to 16)
Map RF Device 6 to Zone
(1 to 16)
Map RF Device 7 to Zone
(1 to 16)
Map RF Device 8 to Zone
(1 to 16)
Location
616
Default Value*
00
617
01
618
02
619
03
620
04
621
05
622
06
Default
0
2
System Time
623
Location
901 to 904
Hour of the day – tens digit
Hour of the day – units digit
Minute of the day – tens digit
Minute of the day – units digit
07
Location
901
902
Default
0
0
903
904
0
0
System Date
Location
Hexadecimal Value
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
RF Signal Strength for Devices 1 to 8
Location 801 to 808
Default
Location 801
Device 1
Location 802
Device 2
Location 803
Device 3
Location 804
Device 4
Location 805
Device 5
Location 806
Device 6
Location 807
Device 7
Location 808
Device 8
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
RF Signal Strength for Devices 9 to 16
Location
Country Code (tens digit)
Country Code (units digit)
Refer to page 28
Location
838
839
900
Location
0
Defaulting system allowed
15 Defaulting system disabled
Hexadecimal Values for Zone Nos.
Zone Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
838 to 839
Default Options
*The programming for zone numbers 1 through 8 is in
hexadecimal code (00 through 07). Refer to Table 5.
Table 5:
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809 to 816
Signal strength for RF device 9
Signal strength for RF device 10
Signal strength for RF device 11
Signal strength for RF device 12
Signal strength for RF device 13
Signal strength for RF device 14
Signal strength for RF device 15
Signal strength for RF device 16
Location
809
810
811
812
813
814
815
816
Default
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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Day of the month – tens digit
Day of the month – units digit
Month of the year – tens digit
Month of the year – units digit
Year – tens digit
Year – units digit
Location
905
906
Default
0
1
907
908
909
0
1
0
910
1
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Country Codes
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10.0 Country Codes
Country
Code
Country
Code
Country
Code
Country
Code
Country
Code
Argentina
01
Poland
41
Liechtenstein
63
Gabon
65
Papua New
Guinea
65
Gambia
65
Paraguay
65
Ghana
65
Rwanda
65
65
St. Lucia
65
Samoa
Eastern
San Marino
65
Australia
02
Portugal
42
Austria
03
Romania
43
Afghanistan
65
Belgium
04
Russian
Federation
44
Albania
65
Brazil
05
Saudi Arabia
45
Andorra
65
Grenada
65
Bulgaria
06
Serbia and
Montenegro
46
Angola
65
Guatemala
65
Canada
07
Singapore
47
Antigua and
Barbuda
65
Guinea
65
Sao Tome
and Principe
65
China
08
Slovakia
48
Azerbaijan
65
Guyana
65
Saint Vincent
65
65
Colombia
09
Slovenia
49
Bahamas
65
Haiti
65
Senegal
65
Croatia
10
South Africa
50
Bangladesh
65
Vatican
65
Seychelles
65
Cyprus
11
Spain
51
Barbados
65
Honduras
65
Sierra Leone
65
Czech
Republic
12
Sweden
52
Belize
65
Iran
65
Solomon Is
65
Denmark
13
Switzerland
53
Benin
65
Iraq
65
Somali
65
Egypt
14
Taiwan,
China
54
Bhutan
65
Ivory Coast
65
Sri Lanka
65
Bolivia
65
Jamaica
65
Sudan
65
65
Kenya
65
Suriname
65
Estonia
15
Thailand
55
Finland
16
Turkey
56
France
17
United
Kingdom
57
Botswana
65
Kiribati
65
Swaziland
65
Germany
18
United
States
58
Brunei
65
Kuwait
65
Tajikistan
65
Greece
19
Venezuela
59
Burkina-faso
65
Laos
65
Tanzania
65
Hong Kong,
PRC
20
Vietnam
60
Burma
65
Lesotho
65
Togo
65
Hungary
21
Burundi
65
Liberia
65
Tuvalu
65
India
22
Armenia
62
Cambodia
65
Libya
65
Uganda
65
Indonesia
23
Belarus
62
Cameroon
65
Madagascar
65
65
Ireland
24
Georgia
62
Cape Verde
65
Malawi
65
United Arab
Emirates
Uruguay
65
Italy
25
Jordan
62
Central
African
Republic
65
Maldives
65
Uzbekistan
65
Vanuatu
65
Japan
26
Kazakhstan
62
Chad
65
Mali
65
Korea, South
27
Kyrgyzstan
62
Chile
65
Marshall
Islands
65
Latvia
28
Moldova
62
Comoros
65
Mauritania
65
Lithuania
29
Oman
62
Congo
65
Mauritius
65
Luxembourg
30
Pakistan
62
Costa Rica
65
Micronesia
65
Macedonia
31
Qatar
62
Cuba
65
Monaco
65
Malaysia
32
Syria
62
Djibouti
65
Mongolia
65
Malta
33
Ukraine
62
Dominica
Rep.
65
Mozambiqu
e
65
Mexico
34
East Timor
65
Namibia
65
Netherlands
35
Algeria
63
Ecuador
65
Nauru
65
New Zealand
36
Bahrain
63
El Salvador
65
Nepal
65
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Country
Code
Country
Code
Country
Code
Country
Code
Nigeria
37
French
Polynesia
63
Equatorial G
uinea
65
Nicaragua
65
65
Norway
38
Iceland
63
Eritrea
65
Niger
Peru
39
Israel
63
Ethiopia
65
Palau
65
Philippines
40
Lebanon
63
Fiji
65
Panama
65
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Code
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Notes
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Notes
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