Ademco 1020 1006 Troubleshooting Guide(1)

,.‘..,’ TROUBLESHOOT1NG No.lb20 (AND 1006)
TROUBLE:
I . EXCESSIVE DRAIN OF PROTECTIVE CIRCUIT POWER SUPPLY OR REPEATED REPLACEMENT OF PROTECTIVE CIRCUIT BATTERY. (See also Part
I, Section
HI.
REMEDY
PROBABLE CAUSE
A.
Short circuit
in protective
circuit
wiring
(remove wires
from terminals
A and B and from termina I s C and D;
remove wires
from protective
circuit
power source;
see Part
I, Sect ion H
for finding
short
circuits).
in sensitive
B. Short circuit
(located
uppermost
above
5 and 6).
NOTE:
TROUBLE:
2.
relay
terminals
coil
or replace
defective
wirA. Repair
ing (check
for pierced
insulation
inprotective
circuit
wiring
caused by tacks,
s-tap les orpinching.
Check where wires
go
through
walls
or around pipes).
B. Replace
sensitive
resistance
check
low’s value
(see
HI.
I.
When using separate
power sources
cut black jumper
between terminals
as shown in Diagram
B and 3 on terminal
2.
When using a common power source
CUT black
jumper
between terminals
as shown in Diagrams
B and 3’on terminal
BELL(S)
Low bell
battery
age ( in the case
power supply,
be
are fully
charged
24 hours wlthout
Improper
clapper
or power supply
voltA. Replace
battery
if voltage
meaof a rechargeable
sures substantially
less than 6
sure that
the batteries
volts,while
the bell
is operating.
- charge
batter i es for
Allow
rechargeable
batteries
to
a load).
charge
ful ly.
bell
mounting
to jam.
B. Makechanges.in
has caused
in bell
wires
(see
D. Short circuit
I, Section
G for troubleshooting
connection).
bell
(if
possible,
E. Defective
system with
new bell).
test
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A and C,
board.
REMEDY
line run does not conform
to
B. Bell
specified
procedures
(see note at
the end of this
section:
see also.
Part
I, Section
G).
C.
B, DO NOT
board.
OR OTHER SOUNDING DEVICES DO NOT GIVE FULL SOUND.
PROBABLE CAUSE
A.
relay
if
indicates
too
Part
I, Section
C.
Part
bell
Inspect
position.
jamming.
bel I wiring.
mounting
Correct
and bell
dome
any binding
or
D. Replace
wires
to bell,
ful to avoid
conditions
cause short
circuits.
E. Replace
bell
if
being
that
necessary.
carewill
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
F. Short circuit
in coil
of latching
Idrop)
relay
(located
above terminals
I and 2 on relay
panel 1. Coil
resi’stance should
measure 50 ohms.
F.
G, Dirty
G. Replace
keyswitch
type (see catalog).
or
corroded
keyswitch
contacts.
H. Dirty
or corroded
latching
(drop)
relay contacts
(located
above terminals
I and 2 of relay
panel I.
TROUBLE :
3.
Replace
latching
relay
if reststance check indicatessubstantially less than 50 ohms.
proper
H. Clean and/or
burnish
relay
con-facts with burnishino
tool
and
spray
cleaner
(catalog
Nos. 316
and 317).
BELL CIRCUIT DOES NOT LATCH ON ALARM. WHEN THE CONDITION CAUSING ALARM
IS CORRECTED, THE BEL L STOPS EVEN THOUGH THE KEYSWITCH REMAINS IN THE
NIGHT POSITION.
PROBABLE CAUSE
TROUBLE:
with
REMEDY
A. Dirty
contacts
on latching
(drop)
relay
(located
above terminals
I and
2 on relay
panel).
A. Clean relay
contacts
with
burnishing tool
and/or
spray
(see catalog
Nos. 316 and 317).
B. Open circuit
in coil
of latching
(drop)
relay
(located
above terminals
I and 2 on relay
panel.
Look for
approximately
50 ohms with an ohmmeter placed
across
coil
winding).
B. Replace
latching
relay
if ohmmeter check on coil
reveals
an open circuit.
4.
WITH SYSTEM ARMED (KEY IN NIGHT POSITION),
BELL DOES NOT OPERATE WHEN
PROTECTIVE CIRCUIT iS BROKEN. (See also Part
I, SectionHI.
REMEDY
PROBABLE CAUSE
A.
T-k
Stuck
failing
contact
In protective
to release
on entry.
A. Check each
operation.
circuit
contact
Replace
for proper
as necessary.
or discharged
bell
batB. Disconnected
tery
or power supply
(be sure any rechargeable
batteries
in Recharge-APacks are fu I ly charged;
charge
batteries
for 24 hours without
a load).
of bell
battery
B. Check connections
or power supply
to terminals
3
and 4 of control
panel.
Replace
defective
batteries
if they do not
measure substantially
close
to
6 volts
when the bell
or other
sounding
device
isoperating.
or shorted
wires
C. Disconnected,
broken,
between
relay
panel and bell.
Check
wiring
between terminals
I and 2 on
control
panel
to the bell.
C. Check wiring
and repair
or replace
as needed (.see Part
I,
Section
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REMEDY
PROBABLE CAUS.E
d.
E. Dirty
keyswitch
E. Replace
type (see catalog).
or
corroded
keyswitch
contacts.
ic
TROUBLE:
bell
clapper.
Free or adjust
If necessary,
F.
Bound
5.
FALSE ALARMS OCCUR DUE TO SWINGERS I.N PROTECTIVE CIRCUIT.
Part
I, Section
HI.
F.
A.
Swinger
tective
or intermittent
circuit
loop.
B. Weak batteries
ed pdtier source
circuit
(check
to 4 ma. current
test;
6 ma. in
power sources
C. Dirty
6.
or
break
in pro-
keyswitch
contacts.
bel I clapper.
replace
bell.
(See
also
Replace
batteries
if defective.
Be sure that
any rechargeable
batteries
in Recharge-A-Packs
are fully
charged
(charge
batteries
for 24 hours without
a
load) after
which a voltmeter
should
be used to measure voltage
duringBELLTEST
function.
C. Replace
keyswitch
(see cata log).
with
proper
type
AMMETER READING ON CONTROL PANEL IS 0 MILLlAMPS OR LESS THAN 3 MILLIAMPS
IN ALL POSITIONS OF THE KEYSWITCH EXCEPT BELL TEST (NORMAL READING WITH
DRY CELLS USED IN PROTECTIVE CIRCUIT IS APPROXIMATELY 3-4 MA; NORMAL
READING WITH RECHARGE-A-PACK IS APPROXIMATELY 6 MA. DO NOT USE A RECHARGEA-PACK TO POWER PROTECTIVE ClRCUlT
IN NO. 1006 CONTROL).
REMEDY
PROBABLE CAUSE
A. A protected
point
of
entry
powering
B. Dead batteries
circuit
(measure
voltage
teries
when in operation.
normal
reading).
is open.
protective
across
bat3 volts
is
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proper
or equivalent
A. Use No. I2 tester
to locate
faults.
(See Part
I,
Section
H for instructions!.
dr insuffidiently
char-%-B.
supplying
protective
panel ammeter for 3
draw during
circuit
the case of rechargeable
supplying
6 volts).
corroded
with
REMEDY
PROBABLE CAUSE
TROUBLE:
Clean relay
contacts
with burnishing tool
and/or
spray
(see catalog
Nos. 316 and 317).
contacts
on protective
ci,rcui’t
D. Dirty
xsensitive)
relay
(located
above
terminals
5 and 6 on control
panel).
A. Check alI windows and dOQrS in
DAY and NIGHT protective
circuit.
Close any doors and windows
left
ajar.
B. Replace
batteries.
Be sure there
is no shorted
wiring
causing
shortened
battery
life.
REMEDY
PROBABLE CAUSE
C, Weak Recharge-A-Pack
powerlng
protecC.
tlve
clrcult.
All discharged
batteries
of this
type should
be charged
for 24
hours wlthout
a load (DO NOT power protective
circuit
of No. 1006 control
wtth
a Recharge-A-Pack).
D. A break
circuit
or short
wiring.
exlsts
In protective
E. Open circuit
in the sensitive
coil
(located
uppermost
above
5 and 6 on relay
panel).
F.
Defective
panel ammeter.
If alarm systern works normally
but ammeter reads
zero when key is in ClRCUlT TEST position
(with
all
points
of entry
closed),
a defective
ammeter
is indicated.
G. Dirty_.
or
switch.
TROUBLE:
7.
relay
terminals
corroded
contacts
of
key-
Be sure Recharge-A-Packs
are
fully
charged
and operating
wlth>n thelr
maxlmum output
capacity.
After
charging
sufflclently,
use a voltmeter
to measure battery
output
under operatlng
condttlons.
D. Repair
or replace
defective
wiring,
Check wiring
at relay
panel
for
shorts
between screw terminals
A and B and .C and D.
E. Replace
sensitive
relay
if ohmmeter check reyeals
an open circuit.
F. Replace
ammeter with
proper
(see catalog
for details).
G. Repl
pria
ce keyswitch
e type (see
A. Break
wires,
relay
with approcatalog).
,A,
in night
contacts,
coil.
REMEDY
loop protective
circuit
foil,
or sensitive
A. Check
cribed
B. Sticking
iatching
relay
or sensitive
8.
relay
contacts
(latching
relay
is located
above terminals
I and 2 on the rear of
relay
panel;
sensitive
relay
is located
uppermost
above terminals
5 and 6 on the
rear of relay
panel).
.8. STEPPING ON FLOOR MAT (IF
A. Too much resistance
floor
mat.
lmbrober
mat
in wires
I,
circuit
Section
as desH.
1 iE ALARM.
REMEDY
from
installation.
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protective
in Part
Vi’sually
inspect
relay
contacts
for sticking
condition.
Clean
and burnish
as required
(use
burnishing
tool
and/or
spray
cleaner,
catalog
Nos. 316 and
317).
Replace
relay
if cleaning
fai’ls
to cure condition.
USED) DOES NOT TRIP
PROBABLE CAUSE
B.
type
ALARM SOUNDS WHENEVER KEYSWITCH IS TURNED TO N GHT POSITION.
PROBABLE CAUSE
TROUBLE:
'
A. See Installation
Series
Controls,
Notes
pages
on 1000
1’04-105.
B. See Installation
Series
Controls,
Notes
pages
on 1000
1.04-105.
(-,
TROUBLE:
9.
BELL OR OTHER SOUNDING DEVICE’DOES
POSIT ION OF KEYSWITCH.
NOT OPERATE DURING BELL TEST
e
REMEDY
PROBABLE CAUSE
may exist
in the power supA. Problems
relay
contacts,
ply,
bel I, bel I wiring,
or terminal
connections.
A.
or
B. Dirty
switch.
key switch
B. Replace
type (see catalog).
corroded
jumper
C. The white
of the keyswi tch
ting
this
jumper
ing capability).
TROUBLE:
IO.
contacts
in key-
wire on the rear
has been cut (cuteliminates
bell
test-
WHEN USING A SIREN,
HOWLER, OR BLASTER,
See TROUBLE 4,
D, and F.
C. Restore
function
Sections
with
B, C,
proper
jumper
if bel I test
is desired.
THERE IS NO SOUND OUTPUT ON ALARM.
REMEDY
PROBABLE CAUSE
exist
with
particular
soundA. Problems
ing device
and/or
module supplying
signal.
first
making the checks
A. After
outl ined below,
see the Troubleshooting
Section
for the partitular
soundina
devices
and
modules
beina used.
B. Wiring
do not
to sounding
deB. Check all wiring
vices.
Repair
or replace
as
required.
In the case of sirens
using driver
modules,
check for
a blown fuse.
C. Polarity
at relay
breaks
permit
and/or
short
device(s)
to
to driver
panel.
module
circuits
operate.
is
reversed
proper
polarity.
Bear in
C. Observe
mind that
terminal
I on relay
panel
is negative
(-1 and terminal
2 is .positive
(+I.
or discharged
bell
batD. Disconnected
tery
or power supply
(be sure any
rechargeable
batteries
in Recharqe-APacks are fully
charged;
charge
batteries
for 24 hours without
a load).
D. Check connections
or power supply
to
4 of control
panel.
fective
batteries
measure substantially
volts
when the bell
sounding
device
is
leading
from control
panel to
E. Wires
sounding
devices
do not conform
to
specified
procedures.
in wiring
(see
E. Make changes
at the end of this
section;
also Part
I, Section
G).
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of bell
battery
terminals
3 and
Replace
deif they do not
close
to 6
or other
operating.
note
see
TROUBLE:
I I.
WHEN US I’NG A STROBE LIGHT AS AN ALARM INDICATOR,
FLASH WHEN ACT I VATED.
f,
THE LIGHT FAILS
PROBABLE CAUSE
A. Polarity
reversed
B. Trouble
burned
wiring.
in strobe
out strobe
C.
TROUBLE:
to
light.
circuitry,
breaks
in
Low battery
or power supply
voltage
(in the case of a rechargeable
power
supply,
be sure that
the batteries
are fully
charged
- charge
batteries
for 24 hours without
a load).
PROBABLE CAUSE
Power source
or defective.
B. Defective
C. Dirty
tacts
x5
TROUBLE:
B. Correct
required.
particular
or
battery
trouble
as
battery
if voltage
measures
C. Replace
less than 6 volts
while
bell
is
operating.
Allow
rechargeable
batteries
to charge
ful ly.
THE TROUBLE
REMEDY
disconnected
buzzer.
A. Check connections
of power source
or battery
to terminals
3 and 4
of the control
panel.
B. Rep I ace buzzer.
or corroded
sensitive
relay
con(this
is the relay
above termiand 61.
contacts
with
burnishC. Clean relay
ing tool
and/or
spray
(catalog
No.
316 and 317).
contacts
D. Stuck or jammed day circuit
fai ling to release
upon entry.
D. Check each contact
for
operation
(see Part
I,
Replace
as required.
proper
Section
-6. Dirty
or
switches.
keyswitch
E. Replace
type (see catalog-).
appropriate
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A. Observe
proper
polarity.
To terminal
I of the relay
panel attach
TQ termithe negative
(-1 wire’.
nal 2, attach
the positive
(t)
wire.
12. WHEN’A POiNT OF ENTRY ON THE DAY CIRCUIT IS DlSTURBED,
BUZZER DOES NOT SOUND (KEYSWITCH IN THE DAY POSITION).
A.
‘f---y
REMEDY
strobe
light
lamp,
TO
13.
corroded
contacts
on key-
with
HI.
BUZZER SOUNDS AT ALL TI’MES WHEN KEYSWITCH IS IN DAY POSITION.
.
5.
A., A .break
contact
REMEDY
PRCBABLE CAUSE
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_
A. Check day circuit
for all
in wiring
or foil
or and open
ties
of breaks
(see Part
exists
in the day,circuit
loop.
HI.
possibiliI, Section
f-7
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REMEDY
B. Break in sensitive
relay
uppermost
above terminals
on the relay
panel).
TROUBLE:
14.
coil
located
5 and 6
B..Replace
sensitive
relay
if resistance
check indicates
an open circuit
in the coil.
EXTERNAL DEVICES ATTACHED TO CONTROL PANEL (DIALER,
ETC.) DO NOT ACTIVATE ON ALARM.
PROBABLE CAUSE
A.
Incorrect
wiring
B. Di t-l-y relay
closure
to
C. Faults
vices.
TROUBLE:
of
contacts
external
in the
device
COMMUNICATOR,
REMEDY
to
panel.
supplying
device.
individual
DIGITAL
dry
attached
A. Use relay
panel terminals
I and
OR
-2 to supp ly power to the device
by using
its own power source,
an
external
device
can be activated
on,
a I arm by dry contact
closure,
obtained
from black
flying
lead and
terminal
no. 5 on panel.
B. Clean and burnish
contacts
of
reversing
relay
(use No. 316 and/or
317 burnishing
tool
and contact
spray cleaner).
de-
C. Be sure wiring
is connected
correcth and power supply
or batteries
are not discharged.
See Troubleshooting
Section
for each device
emp loyed.
15. WHEN US ING NO. 1020 IN MODULARM OR MINI-MODULARM APPLICATIONS,
STAT I ON DOES NOT RECEIVE SIGNALING VOLTAGE FROM THE PANEL.
PROBABLE CAUSE
A.
Incorrect
wiring
REMEDY
A.
hookup.
L
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8.
Be sure wiring
conforms
to Installation
Instructions
(leased
telephone I ines must be attached
to
terminals
5 and 6 of panel.
The
red and black
flying
leads go to
the source
of power,
notably
No.
497 or 492, or No:89-24
or an
equivalent
amount of dry cells).
Telephone
lines
exceed the 2 to 3 mile B. Use a Telephone
Line Voltage
Boostet-, No. 349 for telephone
lines
length
limit
(maximum resistance
in
exceeding
the maximum resistance
lines
should
be no more than 1250 ohms).
I imit
(see appropriate
instructions
contained
in unit
for proper
use).
As an alternative,
a No. 8924 Energy Pack can be used to
prov i de greater
vo I tages where
the telephone
line resistance
exceeds 1250 ohms (see Diagram
B in
the Installation
Instructions).
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THE CENTRAL
‘L;’
REMEDY
PROBABLE CAUSE
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C. Dirty
or
reversing
terminals
TROUBLE:
corroded
relay
contacts
on
relay
(located
just
above
5 and 6 on the relay
panel).
16. ON ALARM, NO SUCH INDICATION
OR MINI-MODULARM UNIT.
IS RECEIVED AT THE CENTRAL STATION MODULARM
REMEDY
PROBABLE CAUSE
TROUBLE:
C. Clean and/or
burnish
reversing
relay
contacts
(use No. 316 burnishing
tool
and No. 317 contact
cleaner).
A. Dirty
or corroded
reversing
relay
contacts
(located
just
above terminals 5 and 6 panel).
A. Clean and/or
burnish
reversing
relay contacts
(use No. 316 burnishing tool
and No. 317 contact
cleaner).
B. Open coil
of reversing
relay
(measure
coil
resistance
with an ohmmeter.
No
resistance
reading
indicates
an open
coil).
B. Replace
relay
above terminals
17. A TROUBLE INDICATION
MONITORING STATION.
IS SHOWN ON THE MODULARM UNIT AT THE CENTRAL
REMEDY
PROBABLE CAUSE
A. Telephone
by a break
(located
directly
5 and 6 of panel’).
line trouble
possibly
in the lines.
caused
A. Trouble
must
the telephone
be repaired.
company.
,A
Consult
B. Be sure power supply
is deliverB. Defective
power supply
or weak bating
proper
voltage.
Measure
output
teries
not supplying
enough current
voltage
across
terminals
5
and
6
to register
with modularm
circuitrv
(in
corresponding
termiand across
cases-where
telephone
I i ne res i stance
block.
nals on te lephone junction
exceeds
1250 ohms, see REMEDY section
within
specificaBe sure it falls
under TROUBLE 15, Secti on B).
tions.
TROUBLE:
18.
HOLD-UP DEVICES DO NOT ACTIVATE SILENT ALARM WHEN CONTROL KEYSWITCH
IS IN THE’DAY POSITION (OR LOCAL AND SILENT ALARM WHEN KEYSWITCH IS
IN THE NIGHT POSITION).
REMEDY
PROBABLE CAUSE
A.
Broken or
particular.
disconnected
wires
hold-up
devices.
to
the
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A. Check wiring.
Be sure to use the
yellow
flying
lead and terminal
3 of the relay
panel as connection
point
for the N.O. contacts
of the hold-up
switch.
‘.
TROUBLE:
19. THERE ARE PROBLEMS WITH THE ENTRY/EXIT DELAY FUNCTION WHEN SUCH A MODULE
IS USED WITH THE,NO. 1020 PANEL (DOES NOT APPLY TO NO. 1006 CONTROL).
PROBABLE CAUSE
A.
Improper
power
B.
Improper
from No.
or broken
355.
C. Errors
source
in operating
used
connections
REMEDY
in panel.
to
and
A. The No. 355 module should
in conjunction
with a No.
No. 492 Recharge-A-Pack.
be used
497 or
B. Review wiring
installation
Diagram C in the Installation
Instructions.
as per
C. Be sure familiarization
with the operating
in the Installation
control.
NOTE: WIRE RUNS FOR BELLS OR OTHER SOUNDING DEVICES.
For runs of up to 50 feet,
use I6 gauge wire.
For runs between 50 and 100 feet,
use I4 gauge wire,
or
preferably
double
I6 gauge’wire
(thus
having
four wires
going to the sounding
device).
For wire runs of over
100 feet,
see Part
I, Section
G of
this
manual.
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is obtained
procedures
found
Instructions.