Bosch DS7400Xi Specifications

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DS7400Xi Panel Wiring & Programming
DS7400Xi Control/Communicator
Terminal Wiring & Programming
P/N 44128C DS7400 Programming
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DS7400Xi Panel Wiring & Programming
Control Terminal Wiring
44128C DS7400 Programming
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DS7400Xi Panel Wiring & Programming
Before servicing, remove all power including
the transformer, battery and phone line.
A complete functional test is required after
any programming.
Incorrect connections may result in damage
to the unit.
System is Power Limited except for battery
terminals. All wiring entering the enclosure
must be power limited.
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DS7400Xi Panel Wiring & Programming
A/C Power Indication LED
1
2
3
4
A
C
5
_
6
A
7
8
_
+
EARTH GROUND: Must be connected to a good earth ground
such as a cold water pipe and also connected to the cabinet
cover using the supplied wire jumper.
A/C INPUT: Use U.L. listed, 18 VAC 50 VA, class 2
transformer. Model TR-1850 requires 50/60 Hz. unswitched
dedicated outlet. Do not share.
ALARM OUTPUT: Provides 12 VDC, special application, up to
1.75A for powering bells, sirens drivers, etc.
Function programmed in address 0146
AUXILIARY POWER: Provides 12 VDC, special application,
up to 1.0A for powering detectors.
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R
B
G
OPTIONS BUS:
Used for options such as the ARDIS communications
module, the DS7420i Dual Phone Line module, etc.
Also for keypads #11 - #15.
Y
For Commercial Fire Mode: Option Bus Wiring must
be run in conduit if run outside the enclosure.
Options Include:
DS7412 RS-232 Interface Module
DS7488 Octal Relay Module
DS7489 Octal Open Collector Module
DS7420i Commercial Fire Module
DS7416 ARDIS Transmitter
X7410 X10 Interface Module
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KEYPAD BUS*:
Up to 15 keypads**
may be used.
Can be “home-run”
or “daisy-chained.”
R B G Y
9 10 11 12
* = Maximum wire length each: 1000 ft. (305 m).
Max. wire length total in system: 6000 ft. (1830 m)
when using #22 AWG (.8mm) or #18 AWG (1.0mm)
cable.
** = Keypads #1 - 10 connect to the Keypad Bus.
Keypads #11 - 15 connect to the Options Bus.
Shared cable is not recommended for keypad
bus, multiplex bus, options bus, telephone, or
siren wiring.
Keypads #1 - 10
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Phone Line:
(RJ-31x or 38x)
T TH RH R
G B S R
13 14 15 16
House
Telephone
Company
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PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUTS:
PO1 shorts to aux. power negative when activated. PO1 can sink up to 1.0A.
PO1 function programmed in address 0147.
PO2 supplies 12 V and up to 500 mA when activated.
PO2 function programmed in address 0148.
ZONES 1-8 : Intended for connection of Normally Open or
Normally Closed alarm contacts. May be used for compatible
2-wire smoke detectors. These zones require a 2.21KW resistor
(P/N 25899) at the end of the loop.
Power is momentarily removed from L+ after a [PIN]+[System
Reset] or during fire verification.
Zone 1-8 assignments are programmed in addresses 0018-0025.
PO1
PO2
1-
L+
2-
3-
L+
4-
5-
L+
6-
7-
L+
8-
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
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Wiring & Programming for Installations
using Ademco AB-12 Housing
Disconnect wire jumper from terminal 4 to inner housing of Bell Box.
(Prevents a ground fault condition)
Connect wiring between control and Bell Box as shown next slide.
To use AB-12 Bell/Housing, cut jumper wire “JP1” on control.
EOL used in AB-12 Bell / Housing must be 27K ohms.
Program Zone 8 as 24-hour zone by programming it to follow zn function 7.
(Program address 0025 should be 07)
Do not change default programming of zone function 7.
(Program address 0007 should be 22)
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Cut this Jumper - JP1
Control/Communicator
1
29
30
5
6
Outer Bell Housing
Inner Bell Housing
To Earth Ground Terminal 1
To Control Loop Positive Terminal 29
To Control Zone 8 Input Terminal 30
To Control Alarm Output Terminal 5
To Control Alarm Output Terminal 6
6
5
4
3
2
1
EOL
27kW
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Bell
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Z-
L+
Z-
L+
Z-
-
L+
+
+
In Out
_
NO
NC
+
+
In Out
_
Typical burglar
alarm loop wiring
Typical 2-wire
smoke detector
wiring
EOL Relay
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Wire Break
Normal Alarm Wire Shorted
Circuit w/EOL Shows Trouble Shows Trouble
Z-
L+
Z-
L+
Z-
L+
EOL @ Panel
Cannot see circuit state
changes past the short
Z-
L+
DO NOT
DO THIS
OPEN
NO
NC
NO
NC
NO
NC
NO
NC
SHORT
OPEN
OPEN
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DS7430 Multiplex Expansion
Plug into the
Expansion Port of the
control.
Power Bus
+ - + -
200mA of Auxiliary
Power available for
powering devices.
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DS7430 Multiplex Expansion
1
1.0A of Auxiliary
Power is available
when using this
method of wiring.
2
A
C
_
A
_
+
3
4
5
Power Bus
+ - + -
6
7
8
Control
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DS7436 Multiplex Expansion
Power Bus
+
-
+
-
Power Bus
+ - + -
200mA
200mA
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Using the Reference Guide
Sections
The Cover -
Keypad Quick Reference
Specifications
Enclosure Installation & Terminal Wiring
Quick Start Guide
System Worksheet -
Helps with system planning
System Overview/Glossary -
Explains most important terms
Operating Guide
Programming
U.L. Listed Systems Guide
Communicator Formats Guide
Troubleshooting Guide -
Solutions to most common problems
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DS7400Xi Version 3.04
1) Fire Walk Test (V3.04)
Revision 3.04 incorporates a “Fire Walk Test” to allow the manual
testing of all fire zones in the panel.
Two reports -“Fire Walk Test” and “Fire Walk Test Restore”
are available
to notify the Central Station that the Fire Walk Test is in progress.
No fire alarm reports are sent during the Fire Walk Test.
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DS7400Xi Version 3.04
2) Multiplex Smoke Detectors (V3.04)
The DS7400Xi has the capacity to use
Detection Systems MX280 Series Multiplex Smoke Detectors.
These Low Profile Smoke Detectors mount directly to the Multiplex Bus
and have the ability to self monitor the sensitivity of the detector using
the ChamberCheck feature.
When a smoke detector is out of its sensitivity range, the keypads
display “Dirty Chamber,” and the panel may be programmed to send a
“Dirty Chamber” report to the Central Station.
The MX280THL Smoke Detector also has the ability to send a Low
Temperature (“Freeze Alarm”) report when the temperature in the
building is less than 45 degrees F for 30 minutes or more.
The MX280 Series Smoke Detectors became available during 1998.
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DS7400Xi Version 3.04
3) Auto Arm Sounders (V3.04)
You may now select (in addresses 0202-0205) whether or not the
sounders are activated during the Auto Arm period.
4) Battery Test (V3.04)
The internal battery is now automatically tested every two minutes.
5) ROM Size Change (V3.03)
Revision 3.03 and higher of the DS7400Xi now uses a 32-pin ROM.
The board revision required for this ROM is 29230F.
Controls manufactured prior to the introduction of the 32 pin socket
included a 28 pin socket.
They cannot be upgraded using version 3.03 or above.
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6) LED Keypads Zone Display (V3.03)
The LED keypads were only displaying the lowest numbered zone when
multiple zones were faulted.
LED keypads now properly display all faulted zones (for which an LED
exists).
LED keypads will still only display zones 1 through 8 (for DS7445) or 1
through 6 (for DS7443).
7) Outputs Following Panic/Duress (V3.03)
Outputs configured to follow Panic/Duress events assigned to All
Partitions come on for any panic/duress event.
Those outputs also energize, as stated in Reference Guide Section 8.4,
for any Silent or Invisible zone violation.
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8) Duress PIN Operation (V3.03)
When using the Duress PIN to disarm a partition when in single partition
mode on a master keypad, the user is able to toggle through all
partitions using # - #.
Any outputs configured to follow Panic/Duress events remain on until a
valid PIN + OFF sequence is issued by a user with at least General
Authority.
9) ARDIS Acknowledgment Wait Time (V3.02)
In response to an ARDIS requirement, the time the panel waits for an
acknowledge signal from ARDIS was increased from 30 to 45 seconds.
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10) “Not Ready” Display Changes (V3.02)
The “Not Ready” display indicates the number of the violated zone in all
cases except for Invisible zones.
Invisible zones that are violated do not display until a PIN + OFF
sequence is entered.
On a master keypad, an area with a violated invisible zone displays
“Not Ready,” but does not display any zone number.
11) Arming During the Auto-Arm Warning Period (V3.01)
When a panel is disarmed after having been armed during the Auto-Arm
Warning period, a subsequent PIN + OFF sequence no longer initiates
another 30 minute Auto-arm timer.
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Programming the
DS7400Xi Control Communicator
Version 3.0
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DS7400Xi Panel Wiring & Programming
Addressing a Multiplex Sensor
Must be done prior to installation of the device
Program Zone.
Address 0026-0145 must be programmed before addressing sensor.
Disconnect the multiplex bus. Only one device (the one being addressed)
should be connected to the bus at this time
If using BUSLOC, program BUSLOC code
BusLoc code (address 9999) is a special anti-takeover code that is
programmed into the sensors
BusLoc code in panel must match BusLoc code in sensors; control can’t
be replaced using these sensors unless you know BusLoc code.
Enter multiplex programming mode.
Enter Address 9995.
Connect sensors one at a time, and follow instructions on LCD.
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Addressing a Multiplex Sensor
D5060 Multiplex Point Programmer
Handheld programming tool.
Programs DS point modules, contacts, multiplex motion detectors.
Take the D5060 to the point.
Powered by two 9VDC batteries. [Approximately 12 hours of use.]
Can also be powered by 16.5VAC transformer.
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D5060 Multiplex Point Programmer
EXT.
POWER
MUX
POINTS
A.d r
INTERROGATOR MODE
YES
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9
* 0 #
NO
CLEAR
ENTER
OFF
INTERROGATOR
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Point Type Entry Codes
Value
Point Type
0
Remove Point
1
Contact
2
Sensor or Single Point
3
Input / Output Module
4
Mux Smoke without Low Temp
5
Mux Smoke with Low Temp
6
Dual Point
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Multiplex Point Programmer Displays and Meanings
Display
Meaning
Adr
Enter Address
A.dr
Enter Address for Interrogation Mode
bAd
Battery Voltage is below 15 volts
Err
Point was not programmed correctly
Lob
Battery Voltage is below 16 volts
noP
No Response from Point
rSP
Point Responds to Address
tYP
Enter Point Type
t.YP
Enter Point Type for Interrogation Mode
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WDSRP Remote Programmer
Windows Detection Systems Remote Programmer
Unattended Capability
One program for all DS controls
Windows 3.1 or Windows 95
Multiple Sessions
Up to 4 phone lines at once
See separate Powerpoint Presentation:
“Windows Detection Systems Remote Programming”
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How to connect to WDSRP
Manual call - Someone on site
Call the panel location from a phone connected to the computer
Once connection to location completed, press MANUAL at WDSRP.
Wait for carrier tone then press #86 at the keypad
Data Call
Panel programmed to answer - it will
Panel not programmed to answer, press #86
Automatic Call - Panel calls WDSRP
Programmed to Call on a time basis
- or -
Forced to Call by keypad command - #83
Must have the following programmed:
Account ID #1
Phone #1
Phone #3
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Programming From the Keypad
Enter the program mode
Default password is 9876 # 0
-or-
Short Program Pads
4 digit Program Address (always)
2 digit value (usually)
Current Panel ROM
Prog. Mode 3.04
Adr.=0000 D01=2
Program Address
Data Digit Value
Data Digit Number
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Programming From the Keypad
To enter data:
Enter the address
Enter the Value
Prog. Mode 3.04
Press the # to accept
Adr.=0000 D01=2
To read data:
Enter the address
Press the #
Continue with # through addresses
Tip:
Programming mode will automatically scroll to next address.
You only need to enter one address in a sequence.
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Programming From the Keypad
If you wish to program a different address, press the key two times and
*
enter the program address you wish to program.
If you make a mistake at any time, press the key two times before pressing
*
the # key.
This will clear the display, allowing you to enter the program address with
which you wish to work.
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Programming From the Keypad
Entering Hexadecimal Characters
Used when entering values greater than “9”
Press
* then 0 - 5 (* = a value of 10)
Hex characters values are:
=C 3=D 4=E 5=F
* 010= A *111= B *212
* 13 * 14 * 15
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Programming From the Keypad Feature 1
Defaults
1 2 3 4 5 6
Feature 2
Feature 3
The DS7400Xi is shipped from the factory as a working, pre-programmed
control.
Many of the programming addresses may already be set to the values you
need.
The default values are shown in Reverse Print
In the example above, a 0 is the default value.
If the default value is not shown in Reverse Print , it will be shown in a
separate table.
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Programming From the Keypad Feature 1
1 2 3
4 5 6
Feature 2
Setting the Control to the Factory Default Feature 3
Entering [0] [1] [#] in Program Address 4058 will immediately reset the
control to the factory default.
Any programming already done by the installer will be erased.
This action cannot be reversed.
Only enter [0] [1] [#] in Program Address 4058 when you are completely sure
you want to erase all installer programming.
To set the control’s programming values back to the default, enter the
programming mode, then enter [4] [0] [5] [8] [0] [1] [#].
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Programming From the Keypad
Understanding the Programming Charts
The Programming Reference Guide makes use of three types of charts.
If the chart looks like this, a combination of features is available to be
programmed for that particular address.
Which is the default ???
Enter the Data Digit as a:
Select Options
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Feature 1
Feature 2
Feature 3
Feature 4
Enter one of these numbers
for appropriate data digit
Dots represent which options
/ features included with each
selection, eg., Features 2 & 4
would require an entry of “5”.
Identifies options/features
available for this address
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Programming From the Keypad
If the chart looks like this, only a single feature is available to be
programmed for that particular address.
Select Option
Disabled
Perimeter Instant
Identifies options/features
available for this address
To select “Entry/Exit Delay #2,
enter the data digit as “4”
24-Hour
Entry/Exit Delay #1
Entry/Exit Delay #2
DD
0
1
2
3
4
Enter one of these numbers
for appropriate data digit
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General Control Programming: Prog Address 0000
Select Options
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
Data Digit
1
2
Allow Normal and Custom Arming **
Allow Perimeter Instant Arming **
Allow Perimeter Arming **
Allow Maximum Security Arming **
Closing Ring-Back
Siren on Comm Fail for Silent Zone
50 Hz Operation #
60 Hz Operation
# For installations in North America, select 60 Hz option.
*0 - *5 are Hex values.
They will display as A-F at keypads.
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General Control Programming: Address 0000
Enter DD as a:
Select Options
0 1 2 3 4 5
Restore zone when Sounders Silence
Restore zone when Zone Restores
Restore zone when System is Disarmed
To
Previous
Slide,
Digit 2
Allow Swinger Shunts
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Programming A Zone
Programming a zone is a 3 step process.
Step 1 is programming zone functions (what a zone will do in alarm).
Step 2 is assigning a zone function to the zone.
Step 3 is to assign the zone to a partition.
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Programming Address 0001-0015
*2 - *5 are Hex values.
Select Options
They will display as C-F at keypads.
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 *2 *3 *4 *5
Data Digit
1
2
Invisible Alarm
Silent Alarm
Steady Alarm Output
Pulsing Alarm Output
Alarm on Short
Alarm on Open
Trouble on Open
**
Trouble on Short
** Only
when disarmed.
When armed, this becomes Alarm on Open or Short for 24-hr Zones.
Note: Multiplex contacts (DS7450 & DS7452) should not be
programmed for Trouble on Open.
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Addresses 0001-0015:
Zone Functions
Note:
If Digit 2 = 9, use this
chart to select Digit 1
Select Option
Data Digit
1
2
9
DD
Single Partition-No ForceArm 0
Single Partition-Can ForceArm 1
All Partitions-No ForceArm
2
All Partitions-Can ForceArm
3
Otherwise, Digit 2 transfers
to chart on Previous Slide.
Select Option
Disabled
Perimeter Instant
24-Hour
Entry/Exit Delay #1
Entry/Exit Delay #2
Interior Entry/Exit Follower
Interior Home/Away
Interior Instant
Day Monitor
Keyswitch (See note)
Fire Zone with Verification
Fire Zone without Verif.
Waterflow
Supervisory
Entry/Exit Delay Cancel 1
Entry/Exit Delay Cancel 2
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DD
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*0
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
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Programming A Zone
.
.
Value
(Fill in)
Default Values
Zone
Address
Function
1
0001
2
0002
3
0003
4
0004
5
0005
6
0006
7
0007
8
0008
(Will be forced to different values when in
Commercial Fire Mode. See Sec 11.15.3)
2 = Steady Alarm Output, alarm on short & open
3 = Entry/Exit Delay 1
2 = Steady Alarm Output, alarm on short & open
4 = Entry/Exit Delay 2
2 = Steady Alarm Output, alarm on short & open
1 = Perimeter Instant
2 = Steady Alarm Output, alarm on short & open
5 = Interior Entry/Exit Follower
2 = Steady Alarm Output, alarm on short & open
6 = Interior Home/Away
2 = Steady Alarm Output, alarm on short & open
7 = Interior Instant
2 = Steady Alarm Output, alarm on short & open
2 = 24-Hour
2 = Pulsing Alarm Output, alarm on short; trouble
on open. *0 = Fire Zone with Verification
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Programming A Zone
.
.
Value
(Fill in)
Default Values
Zone
Address
Function
9
0009
10
0010
11
0011
12
0012
13
0013
14
0014
15
0015
(Will be forced to different values when in
Commercial Fire Mode. See Sec 11.15.3)
0 = ___________________________________
0 = Disabled
0 = ___________________________________
0 = Disabled
0 = ___________________________________
0 = Disabled
0 = ___________________________________
0 = Disabled
0 = ___________________________________
0 = Disabled
0 = ___________________________________
0 = Disabled
0 = ___________________________________
0 = Disabled
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Program Address 0001-0015 Zone Functions
Exercise:
Program a custom zone function as follows:
Zone Function 9
Steady Alarm
Alarm on Short
Alarm on Open
Entry/Exit Delay Cancel 1
Program Address:
DD1 DD2:
0 ___
0 ___
0 ___
9
___
2 *4
___
___
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Programming Zones
First choose the Type of Hardware
(Data Digit 1)
Step One
Then assign a
(Data Digit 2)
Step Two
Zone Function
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Select Option
Single Zone Input
[Zns 1-8, mux contacts,
sensors, or DS7457)
Multiple Zone Input
[Any Zone on a DS7432,
DS7433, or DS7460)
DS7465 Connections
Input Zn or Output Relay
DD
Programming Zones:
0
Data Digit 1
1
2
For input [odd-numbered] zns,
use Zone Function value.
For output [even-numbered]
relays, use Output Function value
Data Digit 2
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Programming Zones:
MX280, MX280TH
Multiplex Smoke Detectors
Data Digit 1
3
For Mux Smoke Detector zones,
use a Zone Function programmed
as a Fire Zone [with or without
verification] with Trouble on Open
MX280THL Mux Smoke
4
Detectors w LowTemp Alarm
Data Digit 2
Data Digit 2
For Mux Smoke Det [odd-numbered]
zones, use Zn Function programmed
as Fire Zone with Trouble on Open
For Mux Smoke Det Lo Temp Alarm [even-numbered]
zones, use Zone Function programmed as
Supervisory Zone with Trouble on Open
Data
Digit
1
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Zone
ZoneFunction Descriptions
Zone
Funct. Address [Default values shown will differ if changed in
Function
#
Zone Function Programming.]
Value
1
0001 Steady Alarm Output, alarm on short & open
1
Entry/Exit Delay 1
2
0002 Steady Alarm Output, alarm on short & open
2
Entry/Exit Delay 2
3
0003 Steady Alarm Output, alarm on short & open
3
Perimeter Instant
4
0004 Steady Alarm Output, alarm on short & open
4
Interior entry/exit follower
5
0005 Steady Alarm Output, alarm on short & open
5
Interior home/away
6
0006 Steady Alarm Output, alarm on short & open
6
Interior Instant
7
0007 Steady Alarm Output, alarm on short & open
7
24-Hour
8
0008 Pulsing Alarm Output, alarm on short, trbl on open
8
Fire zone with verification
Data Digit 2
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Zone
ZoneFunction Descriptions
Funct. Address [Default values shown will differ if changed in
#
Zone Function Programming.]
Zone
Function
Value
9
0009
Description
9
10
0010
Description
*0
11
0011
Description
*1
12
0012
Description
*2
13
0013
Description
*3
14
0014
Description
*4
15
0015
Description
*5
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Programmed Zone Defaults
Zone Number Address
1
0018
2
0019
3
0020
4
0021
5
0022
6
0023
7
0024
8
0025
9 - 128 0026-0145
Default
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
00
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Step 3:Programming Zone Partition Assignments
Addresses 1248-1311
Data Digit
DD
1
2
0
1 Odd-numbered zones
2
3
4
Even-numbered zones
5
6
Select Option
DD
7
0
Belongs to Partition 1
Partition Assignment Address
Belongs to Partition 2
1
Belongs to Partition 3
2
For Zones 1 and 2
1248
Belongs to Partition 4
3
For Zones 3 and 4
1249
Belongs to Partition 5
4
For Zones 5 and 6
1250
Belongs to Partition 6
5
For Zones 7 and 8
1251
Belongs to Partition 7
6
For Zones 9 thru 128 1252-1311 Belongs to Partition 8
7
Select Option
Belongs to Partition 1
Belongs to Partition 2
Belongs to Partition 3
Belongs to Partition 4
Belongs to Partition 5
Belongs to Partition 6
Belongs to Partition 7
Belongs to Partition 8
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Zone Function Bypass Programming
Program Address 0016
Select Options
Data Digit
1
2
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
Zone Function 1 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 2 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 3 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 4 Can Be Bypassed
*0 - *5 are Hex values.
Select Options
They will display as A-F at keypads.
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
Zone Function 5 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 6 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 7 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 8 Can Be Bypassed
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Zone Function Bypass Programming
Program Address 0017
Select Options
Data Digit
1
2
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
Zone Function 9 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 10 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 11 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 12 Can Be Bypassed
*0 - *5 are Hex values.
They will display as A-F at keypads.
Enter the Data Digit as a:
Select Options
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
Zone Function 13 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 14 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 15 Can Be Bypassed
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Output Programming: Addresses 0146-0148
Select Option
Latch on ANY Zone Alarm [incl Invisible]
Data Digit
1
2
DD
0
ON During Entry Pre-Alert
ON for 10 sec. After pressing [System Reset]
ON When System is Armed
Ground Start
System Status (Ready to Arm)
1
2
3
4
5
Zone Alarm
6
Zone Alarm delayed by 20 seconds
Keypad Sounder Output
Access Output (10-second pulse)
7
8
9
Panic Duress Output ***
*1
PO1 will be ON for 10-sec after Sys Reset pressed.
PO2 will be OFF for 10-sec after Sys Reset pressed.
Options
DD
Disabled
0
Burglar Alarm
1
Fire Alarm
2
Burg and Fire Alarm 3
*** Section 6.4 of
Reference Guide
describes this function
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Output Programming: Addresses 0146-0148
Output
Address
Default
Alarm
0146
63
Programmable Output 1
0147
33
Programmable Output 2
0148
23
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Output Partition Assignment
Output
Alarm
Programmable Output 1
Programmable Output 2
Address
0149-DD1
0149-DD2
0150-DD1
Default
8
8
8
Select Option
Belongs to Partition 1
Belongs to Partition 2
Belongs to Partition 3
Belongs to Partition 4
Belongs to Partition 5
Belongs to Partition 6
Belongs to Partition 7
Belongs to Partition 8
Follows all Partitions
DD
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PA0149
Data Digit
2
1
PA0150
Data Digit
2
1
0
Must be 0
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Partition Control Programming
Select Option DD
Use 1 Partition
0
Use 2 Partitions 1
Use 3 Partitions 2
Use 4 Partitions 3
Use 5 Partitions 4
Use 6 Partitions 5
Use 7 Partitions 6
Use 8 Partitions 7
Select Option
No Common Area
Partition 1 Common to Part. 2 & 3
Partition 1 Common to Part. 2 - 4
Partition 1 Common to Part. 2 - 5
Partition 1 Common to Part. 2 - 6
Partition 1 Common to Part. 2 - 7
Partition 1 Common to Part. 2 - 8
PA 0165
Data Digit
1
2
DD
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
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Keypad #
PA 0173
DD 1 DD2
PA 0174
DD1 DD2
PA 0175
DD1 DD2
PA 0176
DD1 DD2
1
2
PA 0177
DD 1 DD2
3
4
PA 0178
DD1 DD2
5
6
PA 0179
DD1 DD2
7
8
PA 0180
DD1 DD2
Data Digit
1
2
0
Keypad #
9
10
11
Select Options
12
0
13
1
2
14
15
16
Must be 0
3
Disabled
Alpha [LCD] Keypad
LED Keypad
Master *** Keypad
*** Not to be used if only one Partition
Select Options
0 1
LCD Backlight Always On
LCD Backlt On w/ Keypress
Keypad Assignment Programming
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Keypad #
PA 0208
DD 1 DD2
PA 0209
DD1 DD2
PA 0210
DD1 DD2
PA 0211
DD1 DD2
1
2
PA 0212
DD 1 DD2
3
4
PA 0213
DD1 DD2
5
6
PA 0214
DD1 DD2
7
8
PA 0215
DD1 DD2
0
Keypad #
9
10
11
Select Options
Belongs to Partition 1
Belongs to Partition 2
Belongs to Partition 3
Belongs to Partition 4
Belongs to Partition 5
Belongs to Partition 6
Belongs to Partition 7
Belongs to Partition 8
12
13
14
15
Keypad
Partition
Assignment
Must be 0
16
DD
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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A-B-C Key Programming
A
Select Option
Fire Key = Disabled
Fire Key = Disabled
Fire Key = Steady Alarm
Fire Key = Pulsed Alarm
Select Option
DD
0
1
2
3
DD
0
Panic Key = Disabled
1
Panic Key = Silent Alarm
Panic Key = Steady Alarm 2
Panic Key = Pulsed Alarm 3
C
PA 0182
B
Select Option
Special Emergency Key = Disabled
Special Emergency Key = Silent Alarm
Special Emergency Key = Steady Alarm
Special Emergency Key = Pulsed Alarm
0
Data Digit 1
PA 0181
Data Digit
1
2
DD
0
1
2
3
Must be 0
2
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Custom Arming Programming:
PIN + # 4 Arming Program Address 0183
Select Options
Data Digit
1
2
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
Bypass Zone Function 1
Bypass Zone Function 2
Bypass Zone Function 3
Bypass Zone Function 4
0 - 5 are Hex values. They will display as A-F at keypads.
* *
Enter the Data Digit as a:
Select Options
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
Bypass Zone Function 5
Bypass Zone Function 6
Bypass Zone Function 7
Bypass Zone Function 8
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Custom Arming Programming:
PIN + # 4 Arming Program Address 0184
Select Options
Data Digit
1
2
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
Bypass Zone Function 9
Bypass Zone Function 10
Bypass Zone Function 11
Bypass Zone Function 12
0 - 5 are Hex values. They will display as A-F at keypads.
* *
Select Options
Enter the Data Digit as:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Bypass Zone Function 13
Bypass Zone Function 14
Bypass Zone Function 15
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Force Arming & Ground Fault Programming
Select Option
Do not allow Force Arming
Allow up to 1 zone to be Force Armed
Allow up to 2 zones to be Force Armed
Allow up to 3 zones to be Force Armed
Allow up to 4 zones to be Force Armed
Allow up to 5 zones to be Force Armed
Allow up to 6 zones to be Force Armed
Allow up to 7 zones to be Force Armed
Allow up to 8 zones to be Force Armed
Allow up to 9 zones to be Force Armed
Select Option
DD
0
PA0185
Data Digit
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
DD
Ground Fault Detect Off 0
Ground Fault Detect On 1
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Commercial Fire Mode Programming
Select Options
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2
PA 0186
Data Digit
1 2
Commercial Fire Mode disabled
Local Comm. Fire Mode enabled
CentrStaComm.FireMode enabled
10-sec delay on waterflow zone
20-sec delay on waterflow zone
30-sec delay on waterflow zone
40-sec delay on waterflow zone
50-sec delay on waterflow zone
0 - 2 are Hex values. They will display as A-C at keypads.
*Zones
* 1 - 4 may only have waterflow delays.
Next
Slide
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Commercial Fire Mode Programming
PA 0186
DD2
Data Digit 1 on Previous Slide
Select Options
Enter Data Digit as:
0 1 2 3 4 5
Bell and Aux activate on Fire
Bell and Aux activate on Burg
Pulsing Fire Alarms = 1 sec on, 1 sec off
Pulsing FA use California Standard
Pulsing FA use Temporal Code 3
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PA 0187
Data Digit
1 2
Open/Close Report Control Programming
Enter the Data Digit as a:
Select Options
Do not report opens or closes
Report opens and closes in Partition 1
Report opens and closes in Partition 2
Report opens and closes in Partition 3
Report opens and closes in Partition 4
Report opens and closes in Partition 5
Report opens and closes in Partition 6
Report opens and closes in Partition 7
Report opens and closes in Partition 8
Report first to open and last to close **
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
** If this option used, all partitions must share same account number.
Do not send Trouble at close for Bypassed Zones 00
Send Trouble at close for Bypassed Zones
1
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Open/Close & Zone Report Programming
Select Option
Alternate between both Phone Nbrs
Report to Phone Number 1
Report to Phone Number 2
Report to Phone Numbers 1 and 2
DD
0
Select Option
Alternate between both Phone Nbrs
Report to Phone Number 1
Report to Phone Number 2
Report to Phone Numbers 1 and 2
DD
1
2
3
0
1
2
3
PA 0189
Data Digit
1 2
Data Digit 1 is for Open
and Close Reports
Data Digit 2 is for Zone
Alarm, Zone Restoral, &
Zone Trouble Reports
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PA 0190
Data Digit
1 2
0
Report Control Programming
Select Option
Alternate between both Phone Nbrs
Report to Phone Number 1
Report to Phone Number 2
Report to Phone Numbers 1 and 2
DD
0
1
2
3
Data Digit 1 does not
include Open & Close
or Zone Reports
Data Digit 2 must be 0.
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Timer Programming
PA 0191-0196
Bell Cutoff Times are programmed in One-Minute intervals, except that an
entry of “99” produces a 30-second bell cutoff.
Entry and Exit Delay Times are programmed in 5-second intervals, as
follows:
01 =
5 sec.
03 =
15 sec.
04 =
20 sec.
06 =
30 sec.
12 =
60 sec.
51 =
255 sec. [Maximum Programmable]
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PA 0191-0196
Timer Programming
Data Digit
1 2
Data Digit
1 2
Entry Delay Time 1
Address 0191
0 to 51 (x 5-sec.)
0
9
Entry Delay Time 2
Address 0192
0 to 51 (x 5-sec.)
0
9
Data Digit
1 2
Exit Delay Time
Address 0193
0 to 51 (x 5-sec.)
1
2
Burglary Bell Cutoff
Address 0196
Data Digit
1 2
0
Fire Bell Cutoff
Address 0195
0 to 98 (x 1-min.)
Data Digit
1 2
0 4
4
0 to 98 (x 1-min.)
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A/C Fail Report Delay Programming
The A/C Fail Delay Times are
programmed as Hexadecimal
values.
Example:
00
Send only with next report
1*4
30 Minute Delay
3*2
60 Minute Delay
78
120 Minute Delay
*5*5
Random Delay
(at least 15 but less than 120)
A/C Fail Report Delay
Address 0197
00 through FF
PA 0197
Data Digit
1 2
0
0
We count 0-9
Hex counts 0-15
To us 30 means 3 tens and 0 ones or
(30 units)
To Hex 30 means 3 sixteens and 0
ones (48 units)
3*2 = 60 because
3x16
equals 48
and
*2
equals 12
60
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PA 0198-0201
General Code “Arm Only” Programming
PA 0198
PA 0199
PA 0200
PA 0201
Data Digit
1 2
Data Digit
1 2
Data Digit
1 2
Data Digit
1 2
Partitions 1-2
Partitions 3-4
Partitions 5-6
Select Option
Partitions 7-8
DD
General Code can Arm, Disarm, Bypass
General Code can Arm and Bypass
General Code can Arm and Disarm
General Code can Arm
0
1
2
3
Data Digit 1: Odd-numbered Partitions
Data Digit 2: Even-numbered Partitions
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PA 0202-0205
General Code “Arm Only” Programming
PA 0202
PA 0203
PA 0204
PA 0205
Data Digit
1 2
Data Digit
1 2
Data Digit
1 2
Data Digit
1 2
Partitions 1-2
Partitions 3-4
Partitions 5-6
Select Option
No Keypad Sounder During Exit Delay
Keypad Sounder During Exit Delay
Partitions 7-8
DD
0
4
Data Digit 1: Odd-numbered Partitions
Data Digit 2: Even-numbered Partitions
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DS7412 RS232 Interface Programming
Select Option
DS7412 Disabled
DS7412 Enabled
PA 0206
Data Digit
1 2
DD
0
1
Enter the Data Digit as:
Select Options
0 1 2 3 4 5 6
7
No Events
Alarms, Troubles, Restorals
Opens and Closes
All Other Events
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PA 0207
Data Digit
1 2
DS7412 RS232 Interface
Configuration Programming
Select Option
300 Baud
1200 Baud
2400 Baud
4800 Baud
9600 Baud
14400 Baud
DD
0
1
2
3
4
5
Select Options
No Parity
Odd Parity
Even Parity
Software Flow Ctrl
Hardware Flow Ctrl
1 Stop Bit
2 Stop Bits
8 Data Bits
Enter the Data Digit as:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
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PA 0496-0526
Account Code Programming
Each partition can be programmed with a separate account number to each
of two phone numbers [Phone #1 and Phone #2].
Each account number takes two addresses [4 Data Digits] -- first 2 digits the
even-numbered address; last 2 digits the odd-numbered address.
Default for all Account Codes is
0
0
0
0
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Account Code Programming
PA 0496-0526
Data Digits
1
2
3
4
Partition 1 Phone #1 Acct Code = PA 0496
Phone #2 Acct Code = PA 0498
____ ____ ____ ____
____ ____ ____ ____
Partition 2
Phone #1 Acct Code = PA 0500
Phone #2 Acct Code = PA 0502
____ ____ ____ ____
____ ____ ____ ____
Partition 3
Phone #1 Acct Code = PA 0504
Phone #2 Acct Code = PA 0506
____ ____ ____ ____
____ ____ ____ ____
Partition 4
Phone #1 Acct Code = PA 0508
Phone #2 Acct Code = PA 0510
____ ____ ____ ____
____ ____ ____ ____
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Account Code Programming
PA 0496-0526
Data Digits
1
2
3
4
Partition 5 Phone #1 Acct Code = PA 0512
Phone #2 Acct Code = PA 0514
____ ____ ____ ____
____ ____ ____ ____
Partition 6
Phone #1 Acct Code = PA 0516
Phone #2 Acct Code = PA 0518
____ ____ ____ ____
____ ____ ____ ____
Partition 7
Phone #1 Acct Code = PA 0520
Phone #2 Acct Code = PA 0522
____ ____ ____ ____
____ ____ ____ ____
Partition 8
Phone #1 Acct Code = PA 0524
Phone #2 Acct Code = PA 0526
____ ____ ____ ____
____ ____ ____ ____
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Phone Number General Control Programming
PA 0528
These notes apply to the following 2 slides:
A - Only applicable when using the ARDIS option.
P - See Addresses 0494-0495: ARDIS routing.
X - Required on PBX systems.
SP - Option limited to Single-Partition systems.
UA - Required by UL when using ARDIS module.
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Phone Number General Control Programming
Enter the Data Digit as a:
Select Options
0 1
PA 0528
Data Digit
1 2
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1
Enable remote progrmr call-back
Dial pulse on all phone numbers
Dial tone on all phone numbers X
Dial tone, switch to pulse if requrd
Try ARDIS network first A P
*0 - *2 are Hex values.
They will display as A-C at keypads.
Next
Slide
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PA 0528
Data Digit
2
Data Digit 1 on Previous Slide
Phone Number General Control Programming
Enter the Data Digit as a:
Select Options
0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
15-sec Dial delay - non-24-hr
burglar alarms only SP
15-sec Dial delay - 24-hr burg
& fire alarms only SP
Send alarms via ARDIS or
digital
A
Send alarms via both ARDIS
and digital
A-UA
Use110 baud comm - WDSRP
Use300 baud comm - WDSRP
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Phone Number Format Programming
Select Option
DD
0
Phone Number Disabled
3/1 No Extended Reporting 1
3/1E (Extended Reporting) 2
3
3/1 with Parity
4
3/1E with Parity
5
4/1
6
4/2
7
BFSK
8
SIA 110 Baud
9
Contact ID
*0
SIA 300 Baud
*5
Pager
*0 - *5 are Hex values.
PA 0529-0530
Ph Nbr 1 Format = PA 0529 Data Digit
1 2
Ph Nbr 2 Format = PA 0530
They will display as A-F at keypads.
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Phone Number Format Programming
PA 0529-0530
Data Digit
2
Data Digit 1 on Previous Slide
Select Options
1900Hz Data/ 1400Hz Ack
1800Hz Data/ 2300Hz Ack
BFSK, SIA, Contact ID
10 Pulses per second (PPS)
20 Pulses per second (PPS)
40 Pulses per second (PPS)
Enter Data Digit as:
0 1 2 3 4 5
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Telephone Answering Machine Programming
PA 0531
Data Digit 1 pertains to accessing panel by phone when armed.
Data Digit 2 pertains to accessing panel by phone when disarmed.
Odd numbered ring counts override the answering machine.
Consider even numbers for a disarmed commercial installation.
Remember once again that 0 through 5 are Hexadecimal values.
*
*
They will display as A through F at keypads.
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Telephone
Answering
Machine
Programming
* Odd number rings
overrides answering
machine.
When Armed
Select Option
PA 0531
DD
Don’t Answer Phone
Answer Phone on 1 ring *
Answer Phone on 2 rings
Answer Phone on 3 rings *
Answer Phone on 4 rings
Answer Phone on 5 rings *
Answer Phone on 6 rings
Answer Phone on 7 rings *
Answer Phone on 8 rings
Answer Phone on 9 rings *
Answer Phone on 10 rings
Answer Phone on 11 rings*
Answer Phone on 12 rings
Answer Phone on 13 rings*
Answer Phone on 14 rings
Answer Phone on 15 rings*
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*0
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
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Data Digit
1 2
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Telephone
Answering
Machine
Programming
Data Digit 1 on Previous Slide
When Disarmed
Select Option
PA 0531
DD
Don’t Answer Phone
Answer Phone on 1 ring *
Answer Phone on 2 rings
Answer Phone on 3 rings *
Answer Phone on 4 rings
Answer Phone on 5 rings *
Answer Phone on 6 rings
Answer Phone on 7 rings *
Answer Phone on 8 rings
Answer Phone on 9 rings *
Answer Phone on 10 rings
Answer Phone on 11 rings*
Answer Phone on 12 rings
Answer Phone on 13 rings*
Answer Phone on 14 rings
Answer Phone on 15 rings*
0
Data Digit
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*0
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
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PA 0532
Programmer’s Code Programming
Default
Data Digit
1 2
3
9
8
7
4
6
Enter a 4-digit Programmer’s Code.
It must not match any currently programmed PIN number.
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PA 0534
Default Master Code
Default
Data Digit
1 2
3
1
2
3
4
4
The 4-digit Master Code shipped in each new panel is ...
If you have trouble memorizing it, use the Data Digits as a clue.
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Octal Relay Module Output Programming
First DS7488 or DS7489
Octal
Relay #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Addresses
1456
1457
1458
1459
1460
1461
1462
1463
PA1456-1471
Second DS7488 or DS7489
Octal
Relay #
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Addresses
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1469
1470
1471
First Data Digit defines the specific relay option.
Second Data Digit determines whether relay will associate with Fire,
Burglary, or neither.
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Octal Relay Module Output Programming
Select Option
See
Next 2
Slides
DD
0
Latch ON after Zone Alarm *
1
ON during Entry Pre-Alert
ON for 10-sec after System Reset 2
3
ON when System is Armed
4
Ground Start
5
System Status (Ready to Arm)
6
Zone Alarm
7
Zone Alarm delayed by 20 secs.
8
Keypad Sounder Output
9
Access Output (10-sec pulse)
*1
Panic/Duress Output
Follow System Wide Events
*2
Follow Output Functions
PA1456-1471
Data Digit
1 2
Data Digit
Follows
0
Disabled
Burglar Alarm
Fire Alarm
1
2
3
*3
* Includes invisible zones.
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Octal Relay Module Output Programming
Select Option
Disabled
AC Power Fail
Low Battery
Communication Failure
Any System Fault
Keypad Supervision Fault
Multiplex Bus Fault
Aux Power Fault
Fire Zone Trouble
Supervisory
Zone Trouble
Duress
Battery Test
DD
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*1
PA1456-1471
*2 = Follow System
……..Wide Events
Data Digit
1 2
*2
0 - 3 are Hex values.
*They
*will display as A-D
at keypads.
*2
*3
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Select Option
Disabled
Follow Output Function 1
Follow Output Function 2
Follow Output Function 3
Follow Output Function 4
Follow Output Function 5
Follow Output Function 6
Follow Output Function 7
Follow Output Function 8
Follow Output Function 9
Follow Output Function 10
DD
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*0
Follow Output Function 11
Follow Output Function 12
Follow Output Function 13
Follow Output Function 14
*1
*2
Follow Output Function 15
*5
Octal Relay Module
Output Programming
PA1456-1471
*3 = Follow Output
……...Functions
Data Digit
1 2
*3
0 - 5 are Hex values.
*They
*will display as A-F
at keypads.
*3
*4
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Output Function Programming
PA 1472-1516
Each function could use up to 3 programming addresses.
Eg.: Output Function 1 is programmed at PA 1472 - 1473 - 1474.
Output
Program
Program
Program
Function #
Address 1
Address 2
Address 3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1472
1475
1478
1481
1484
1487
1490
1493
1473
1476
1479
1482
1485
1488
1491
1494
1474
1477
1480
1483
1486
1489
1492
1495
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
1496
1499
1502
1505
1508
1511
1514
1497
1500
1503
1506
1509
1512
1515
1498
1501
1504
1507
1510
1513
1516
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Output Function Programming
PA 1472-1516
Program Address 1: Data Digit 1
Option
0
Options
1 thru *1
programs Output [latching] to follow Zone Alarm.
program Output to follow system-wide status
events.
Options
*3 thru *5
program Output to follow a single zone, or two
zones in an Input/Output Cross Matrix.
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Select Option
Latch ON after Zone Alarm
ON during Pre-Alert
ON when system is armed
Zone Alarm
Zone Alarm delayed by 20-sec.
Keypad Sounder Output
Access Output (10-sec. pulse)
Panic/Duress Output
Follow System Status Event
Follow a single zone
Follow 2 zones if either changes
Follow 2 zones if both change
Data Digit
1 2
3
See next 2 slides
DD
0
1
3
6
7
8
9
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
Output Function
ProgrammingPA1472-1516
Data Digit
1 2
Program Address 1
Data Digit
Follows
0
Disabled
Burglar Alarm
Fire Alarm
Follows
Disabled
Armed Full
Armed Partial
Armed Any
1
2 3
Data Digit
0 1 2 3
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Select Option
Follow System Status Event
Select Option
AC Power Failure
Low Battery
Communication Failure
System Fault (any)
Keypad Supervision Fault
Multiplex Bus Fault
Radio Receiver Fault
Aux Power Fault
Fire Trouble
Supervisory
Zone Trouble
Duress PIN
DD
*2
DD
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*0
*1
*2
Output Function
ProgrammingPA1472-1516
Program Address 1
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Data Digit
1 2
*2
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Select Option
Follow a single zone
Follow 2 zones if either changes
Follow 2 zones if both change
DD
*3
*4
*5
Output Function
ProgrammingPA1472-1516
Program Address 1
Data Digit
1 2
Enter the Data Digit as a:
Activate:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2
Disabled
When zone is shorted
When zone is opened
When panel is Armed
When panel is not Armed
Latch when activated **
** This is only for DS7465 Outputs.
DS7488 Outputs will not latch when activated
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Output Function Programming
PA 1472-1516
Previous 3 slides were about creating
Program Address 1
Data Digit
1
2
Program Address 2
Data Digit
1
2
and
Program Address 3
Data Digit
1
2
To create
Enter the Zone Number of the First Zone to follow.
Enter the Zone Number of the Second Zone [only if applicable] to follow.
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A complete list of Programming Addresses in numerical order appears on
Pages 87 thru 90 of the D7400Xi Reference Guide.
Any questions on D7400Xi programming ?
Thanks for your attention, and Happy Programming !!!
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