Bosch Solution 64 Installation manual

Solution 64
Intrusion Control Panel
Release Notes
March, 2007
Release Notes for Version 1.50.00
In the interest of ongoing product development and improvement, Bosch is proud to release software version 1 .50 for the
Solution 64 Security Control Panel. This document briefly outlines the new features and improvements added in this release.
Please read in conjunction with the current installation manual and other addendums for more detailed information.
To coincide with this release, we are pleased to also announce that Version 1.07 of our Solution Link Upload/Download software
is now available. Version 1.07 includes increased functionality, as well as support for the additional features in the V1.50
Solution 64 release.
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Support for up to 128 User PIN Codes
Support for up to 128 Token Users
Support for up to 128 RF Keyfob Users
Support for Multi-Tenant Applications
1) NEW Users Increased to 128.
Version 1.50 includes support for up to 128 users. Each user can
have a unique PIN number, Token and RF Keyfob if required.
Version 1.50 is supplied in all panels produced after March 2007.
It is not possible to upgrade panels manufactured earlier than
this date to 128 user capacity due to hardware differences.
The manufacture date can be found on the product
identification sticker located on the main PCB.
2) NEW Multi - Tenant Mode Added.
Version 1.50 includes additional support for multi-tennant
applications such as self storage garages or school storage
lockers etc.
When enabled, the new option Multi Tenant Mode option in
MENU 7-7-4 will lock the first 48 users on the system to the first
48 zones on the system. Each time the user enters their PIN the
corresponding zone is automtically bypassed allowing them to
access the zone (area).
Users 49 to 128 continue to operate as normal users.
System > Installer Options >
Installer Options
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MENU 1-6-3
1
Report / Log Entry / Exit Installer Menu
2
Report / Log Program Data Changed
Y
3
Arm Only Installer PIN
N
4
Zero Exit Time
N
5
Auto Exit Installer Menu In 2 Hours
Y
6
Auto Exit Service Mode In 2 Hours
Y
7
Multi-tennant Mode
N
8
Factory Defaulting Allowed
Y
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A number of additional options and features in the
V1.50 release were originally released in V1.10.
To find out more, please take the time to also
read the release notes for V1.10.
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The following options are included in this release however
their functionality has been disabled as they are for future
use. Please ignore the following options in this release.
MENU 5-5 , MY Alarm
MENU 5-0-3 , Check Web Email
MENU 5-0-4 , Email System Log
MENU 5-0-8 , Register Customer
MENU 5-0-9 , Register Installer
MENU 5-3-8 , User RAS PIN
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Release Notes Solution 64
Solution 64
Intrusion Control Panel
Release Notes
March, 2007
Release Notes for Version 1.10.00
In the interest of ongoing product development and improvement, Bosch is proud to release software version 1 .10 for the
Solution 64 Security Control Panel. This document briefly outlines the new features and improvements added in this release.
Please read in conjunction with the current installation manual and other addendums for more detailed information.
To coincide with this release, we are pleased to also announce that Version 1.07 of our Solution Link Upload/Download software
is now available. Version 1.07 includes increased functionality, as well as support for the additional features in the V1.10
Solution 64 release.
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Support for up to 3 x CM104 Zone Expanders
Support for up to 3 x CM110 Output Expanders
Support for up to 3 x CM120 LAN Power Supplies
Full Area and Output Control via DTMF
Support for up to 6 x PR100 Proximity Readers
1) NEW Support For 3 x CM104 Zone Expander Modules.
Version 1.10 includes support for up to three CM104 - 8/16 Zone
Expansion modules. This allows zones to be located in four
separate locations or buildings using individual modules which
are then wired back to the control panel via the 4 wire LAN.
All zones follow the global EOL setting in MENU 3-4-0 regardless
of which module they are on. i.e. If Split EOL is selected, then all
zones will be configured for Split EOL.
Zone numbering is automatically assigned by the panel during
power up depending on the module configuration found.
For example if Split EOL is selected and 3 x CM104 Zone
Expanders are fitted, then Zones 1 - 16 will be located on the
main panel, Zones 17 - 32 will be located on CM104 Expander 1
and Zones 33 - 48 will be located on CM104 Expander 2.
ZONE CONFIGUR ATION TABLE
Single Alarm +
Split
Device Type
EOL
Tamper
EOL
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8
8
16
CM104 Expander 1
8
8
16
CM104 Expander 2
8
8
16
CM104 Expander 3
8
8
16
Total Zones
32
32
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8
8
16
CM105 Expander
16
16
32
CM106 Expander 1
8
8
16
CM106 Expander 2
8
8
N/A
Total Zones
40
40
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Added End Of Exit Beep when Part Arming
Added Option to Arm All User Areas Via Prox
Added Option to Expire PIN on a per User Basis
Added Zone Trigger Delay Option
Added Support For Remote Keypad Simulator
If an RF zone is assigned to a zone which has a physical
hardwired input then the RF zone will take precedence and the
hardwired zone input will be disabled.
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At this time the panel supports either CM104 zone expanders
OR CM105 zone expanders however is not possible to mix
both types on the one system. See the zone configuration
table for the various zone configuration options available.
RF zones are available regardless of which hardwired zone options
are used.
2) NEW Support For 3 x CM110 Output Expander Modules.
Version 1.10 includes support for up to three CM110 - 4 Way
Relay Output Expanders.
This feature takes the maximum output capacity of the panel to
16 high current outputs. Outputs can be located in up to four
different locations or buildings using individual modules which
are then wired back to the control panel via the 4 wire LAN.
RF
Zones
This additional module support also provides for up to 6
external access control doors via the dual proximity reader
inputs located on the CM110 Expanders.
Any
number
up to a
maximum
of 64
zones
The CM110 inputs currently support the PR100 External
Proximity readers which are compatible with the Proximity
Keypads. The total number of access control doors now
increases to 14.
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If a mixture of hardwired and RF zones are being used, then it is
recommended that you assign the RF zones to zone numbers
above the maximum number of hardwired zones. In the above
example you would assign the first RF zone to Zone 49 which
would leave all 48 hardwired zone inputs free.
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ACCESS DOOR T YPE / C APACIT Y
Firmware
Internal
External
Total
V1.05.01 or lower
8
2
10
V1.10.00 or higher
8
6
14
Output and Proximity Reader numbering is automatically
assigned by the panel during power up depending on the
module configuration found.
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For example if 2 x CM110 Output Expanders are fitted then
Outputs 1 - 4 will be located on the main panel, Outputs 5 - 8
will be located on CM110 Expander 1 and Outputs 9 - 12 will be
located on CM110 Expander 2.
OUTPUT AND PROX READER MAPPING
Device
Type
O utput
Number
Reader
Numbe r
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1 -4
N/A
CM110 Expander 1
5-8
9 -10
CM110 Expander 2
9 - 12
11 - 12
CM110 Expander 3
13 - 16
13 - 14
Proximity Readers 1 - 8 are reserved for Keypad Readers.
External readers are addressed as readers 9 to 14.
3) NEW Support For 3 x CM120 Power Supply Modules.
Version 1.10 includes support for up to three CM120 - 1 Amp
LAN Power Supply Modules.
CM120 modules can be located in up to three different
locations or buildings to provide LAN voltage regeneration as
well as supplying power to other modules, Intrusion Sensors,
Door Strikes etc. The CM120 modules are designed to run off
a standard plug pack transformer and include built in battery
chargers suitable for charging 12V 7Ah batteries.
As with all LAN modules, the status of the CM120 is constantly
being monitored and reported to the control panel via the
system LAN.
MODULE CONFIGUR ATION INFORMATION
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Multiple module support requires that each module is set to a
unique address. For example if a system has 1 x CM104 and 1 x
CM120 installed, they should both be addressed as ‘module 1’. If an
extra CM104 was fitted then it should be addressed as ‘module 2’.
The panel will only look for new devices follwing a power cycle
and only if the LAN is not secured. To add new devices, make
sure the LAN is unsecured before powering the system down.
Set the module Address DIP switches accordingly and complete
wiring as per instuctions. Once complete re-power the system. To
interrogate devices connected to the LAN you can use LAN Status
command, MENU-6-0-0
L AN MODULE ADDRESSING
Module Nº
SW 1
SW 2
SW 3
1
OFF
OFF
OFF
2
ON
OFF
OFF
3
OFF
ON
OFF
Each different module type should be
addressed starting at address 1.
4) NEW Support For Keypad Simulator Added
Version 1.10 includes support for the real time keypad simulator.
The keypad simulator is a new feature which can be accessed
via the latest version of our Solution Link RAS software.
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When connected to the panel using either dial up or direct
connection modes, the keypad simulator option will be
available via the Solution Link tool bar.
The keypad simulator allows you to view any keypad on the
system as well as perform any available keypad functions via
the PC.
5) Output Polarities With Pre Delay.
In earlier versions, outputs programmed with output polarity
“Low With Pre Delay “ and “Open With Pre Delay” did not
function correctly. The output would operate after the pre delay
time expired however the output would then reset rather than
remain latched on. This operation has been corrected in this
release.
6) Battery Test On Arming Option.
In earlier versions, the system would always perform a battery
test on arming regardless of whether or not the “Battery Test
On Arming Option” was selected. This operation has been
corrected in this release. See MENU 7-3-1.
7) Outputs Programmed To Follow Chime Zones.
In earlier versions, an output configured to operate when a
chime zone was triggered would not reset if the chime function
was turned off for that area while a chime alarm was in effect.
This operation has been corrected in this release. See Output
Event Type 30 - Chime Zone Triggered
8) Outputs Programmed To Follow Auto Arm Pre-Alert.
In earlier versions, an output configured to operate when an
Auto Arming Pre Alert timer was running would not reset if the
Auto Arm Time was delayed buy a user.
This operation has been corrected in this release. See Output
Event Type 31 - Auto Arm Pre Alert
9) NEW Panel DTMF Control Functions Enhanced.
In earlier versions, DTMF control functions were restricted to
remote arming of the entire system only.
Version 1.10 now includes comprehensive DTMF control of
individual areas and outputs with full user PIN and TIMER
GROUP access verification.
Comms > Remote Access >
DTMF Options
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MENU 5-3-5
1
DTMF Arming
Y
2
DTMF Disarming
N
3
DTMF User Functions
N
4
DTMF Quick Arming
Y
5
Reserved
N
6
Reserved
N
7
Reserved
N
8
Reserved
N
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Unlike other systems, no additional hardware or modules are
required for DTMF control. To configure the desired functions
see MENU 5-3-5 DTMF Options. See below for DTMF control
operating instructions.
1. Once the panel answers the incoming call, if either option 1,
2, 3 or 4 in MENU 5-3-5 is enabled, then the panel will play a
short welcome jingle. You now have approximately 5 seconds
to enter a valid PIN and log onto the panel.
2. Enter PIN followed by the # key. If the PIN is valid the system
will respond with two short beeps. If the PIN is invalid then a
single long beep will be heard.
If a valid PIN is not entered in time, the panel will attempt to
establish a modem connection as if connecting to the Solution
Link software.
If this happens you will need to hang up for approximately 60
seconds before trying again.
3. Once validated, the following commands can be performed.
See the table below. If no keys are pressed for 20 seconds then
the panel will play the exit jingle before terminating the session
and hanging up. Pressing ## at any time while connected will
cause the panel to terminate the session.
DTMF CONTROL FUNC TIONS
Operation
Command
Response
Quick Arm
All Areas
0+#
2 x Beeps
Log In
OK
USER PIN + #
Welcome
Jingle
Log In
Failed
USER PIN + #
Long Beep
Turn Area
ON
1 + (Area Nº1-8) + 1 + #
2 x Beeps
(Low - High)
Turn Area
OFF
1 + (Area Nº1-8) + 2 + #
Turn Output
ON
2 + (Output Nº1-16) + 1 + #
Turn Output
OFF
2 + (Output Nº1-16) + 2 + #
(High - Low)
End
Session
#+#
Exit Jingle
2 x Beeps
(High - Low)
2 x Beeps
(Low - High)
2 x Beeps
DTMF EXAMPLES
Each example below shows the log on step for clarity.
In practise is only necessary to log on once per DTMF control
session.
To turn Area 1 ON enter the following
2 + 5 + 8 + 0 + # = Log ON
1 + 1 + 1 + # = Arm Area 1
To turn Output 10 ON enter the following
2 + 5 + 8 + 0 + # = Log ON
2 + 10 + 1 + # = Turn Output 10 ON
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To turn Output 12 OFF enter the following
2 + 5 + 8 + 0 + # = Log ON
2 + 12 + 2 + # = Turn Output 12 OFF
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If the DTMF Quick Arm option is enabled then it is possible to
remotely arm all areas without logging onto the panel.
Simply enter 0 + # following the welcome jingle.
Make sure that the phone being used to remotely control the
panel is set to transmit DTMF tones when keys are pressed during
the call. This option is disabled by default on some phones.
10) Send Test Report Menu Changed.
In earlier versions, a Guest User or a Non Master Code User
could initiate a test report transmission via the hold down
function on the keypad yet they had no access to this option via
the menu tree. (See MENU 5-9-0)
V1.10 now allows Guest / Non Master Users to access this menu.
11) Random A.C. Reports Option Corrected.
In earlier versions, the option to randomise A.C. Fail reports
(MENU 7-3-0) when selected would only randomise across a 120
second time window instead of a 2 hour time window. This has
been corrected in this release.
This option can be used to minimise the incoming traffic to the
control room in the event that power is lost to large parts of a
suburb due to catastrophic equipment failure, storm damage
etc.
12) Delay Zone Reports Option Corrected.
Each zone can be individually programmed for delay reporting
in MENU 3-1-7. When enabled, the zone reports will be delayed
by the time period set in MENU 5-4-6. This option can be set to
allow a user to enter their PIN and disable the alarm report in
case they have caused a false alarm.
In earlier versions, the Delay Zone Reporting Option ignored the
delay time and reported the event immediately. This has been
corrected in this release.
13) Alarm Memory For Keypad Generated Alarms Added.
In earlier versions, when a keypad generated alarm such as
a keypad fire, keypad medical or keypad panic alarm was
triggered, the keypad would only display the alarm event on the
keypad while the sirens were running.
In this release, the system will display alarm memory for all
keypad generated alarms.
14) Alarm Memory For Telco Line Fail Alarms Added.
MENU 5-2-2 includes an option for the panel to generate an
alarm should a Telco Line Failure occur. This option is enabled
by default and will only trigger the alarm event if the panel is in
the armed state.
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In earlier versions, a Telco Alarm Fail would generate the alarm
as programmed however no alarm memory would be displayed
on the keypad once the sirens timed out. In this release, the
system will display alarm memory for Telco Line Fail alarms.
15) Bypass Reports For Non Burglary Zone Types.
In earlier versions, the Report Bypass option in MENU 3-1-7 for
Non Burglary Zones like Keyswitch, Display Only and 24hr Non
Burglary was being ignored and no bypass / un-bypass reports
would be sent to the control room for these zone types.
In this release all zone types will follow the Report Bypass
option programmed in MENU 3-1-7.
19) Output Timing Parameter Corrected.
In earlier versions, outputs which were configured to run
or operate for longer than 1 hour would fail to run for the
programmed time period.
V1.10 includes a correction to the timer function which
now allows outputs to run for the programmed time period
regardless of length.
20) Menu Text Changes And User Interface Improvements.
The following changes have been made to improve clarity for all
users.
1. MENU 6-2-5 now reads “View RF Device ID”.
2. MENU 1-4-2 ,option 6 now reads “Always Report Op/Cl”.
16) NEW End Of Exit Beep In Part Mode Added.
In earlier versions, arming in Part Mode 1 or 2 would start the
exit timer and count down display however unlike “All On”
arming there was no audible indication.
3. MENU 7-7-0 ,option 5 now reads “Cannot Change Own Pin” .
4. The phrase “ALLON” in some menus has changed to “ALL ON”.
This release now includes an “End Of Exit” beep indication which
will sound when the exit timer expires. To disable this function
remove the exit warning option in MENU 6-1-5 Beeper Options.
17) NEW Force Alarm On Zone Tamper Option Added.
In previous versions, if the area was in the disarmed state and a
zone tamper alarms was triggered, the system would report the
tamper alarm to the control room and display on the keypad
but would not trigger the sirens unless the area was armed.
Inputs > Global Input Options >
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MENU 3-4-2
1
Tamper On Short
N
2
Reserved
N
3
Response Time 500ms
N
4
Reserved
N
5
Keyswitch Open/Close
Y
6
Alarm On Tamper
N
7
Reserved
N
8
Reserved
N
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This option only takes effect when the EOL value has been set to
Alarm + Tamper monitoring in MENU 3-4-0, Option 11, 12 or 14,
or for RF device tampers.
18) Sequential Handover And Bypassed Zones.
In previous versions, if the sequential handover option has
been selected in MENU 2-1-2 and a zone which is in the entry
path has been bypassed, the system would generate an alarm
because the entry sequence was not sequential.
To prevent this scenario from occurring Version 1.10 now
excludes bypassed zones from the sequential handover list.
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21) NEW SMS Reporting To Pager Networks.
A new transmission format has been added in this release
to cater for SMS reporting to pager networks which do not
implement parity such as Link Paging.
See Transmission Type 14 - “SMS NO PARITY”. You should
verify the required protocol for your pager company before
implementing this option.
Version 1.10 includes a new Alarm On Tamper input option
which when set will force the sirens to trigger regardless of
whether or not the area is armed. See MENU 3-4-2 Option 6
“Alarm On Tamper”.
Input Options
5. When an output went into a trouble condition, the keypad
would display a System Trouble Alert Box and an Output Trouble
Alert Box. This release no longer displays the System Trouble
Alert Box for faulted outputs as it served no purpose.
22) Area Senior Watch Alarm Reports. (Dead man Alarm)
In earlier versions, if Senior Watch in MENU 2-1-2 was enabled
for an area and the Senior Watch Time Period in MENU 7-2-6 was
set to 0 (zero) the system could generate spurious dead man
reports to the control room.
This has been corrected in this release so that Senior Watch
alarms will only be generated if the time period is set greater
than 0 (zero).
23) Alarm On Exit Error Reporting Corrected.
In earlier versions, no report was sent when an “Alarm On Exit
Error” occured if the transmission format was set to Contact ID.
SIA and other transmission formats where not effected.
This has been corrected in V1.10 and the system now reports
CID event 374 when an Alarm On Exit Error occurs.
24) User Duress Reports in SIA Format Corrected.
In earlier versions “User Duress” reports were not being sent if
the transmission type was set to SIA format.
This has been corrected in V1.10 and the system now reports
“User Duress” alarms when SIA transmission format is selected.
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25) Output Polarity “One Shot + Retrigger Corrected.
In earlier versions, outputs programmed with a polarity type of
“One Shot + Retrigger” did not operate correctly.
The output failed to reset the one shot timer when the event
retriggered which meant that output would operate at the
specified one shot time rather than being reset for each
retrigger.
This has been corrected in V1.10 so that each retrigger causes
the one shot timer to reset.
26) NEW Zone Trigger Delay Option Added.
Version 1.10 includes a new Zone Trigger Delay option which
can be used to delay or hold off the alarm for a period of time.
This function can be used when monitoring pump alarms,
temperature alarm and freezer alarms.
This has been corrected in V1.10 release.
28) User PIN Expire Option Enhanced.
In earlier versions, the user expire option used a common timer
for all users which was not practical. The V1.10 release includes
a new option which allows you to set any user’s pin to expire at
specific time.
MENU 1-4-6 is used to set the “Expire Date” for each user. To
activate the user expire function you also need to set the User
Expire option in MENU 1-4-2 User Options, PIN Expires for each
user.
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The user expire date in MENU 1-4-6 can be changed by master
code user allowing them to extend or shorten the expire time if
required.
This option can also be used to create a “Door Open To Long”
input when implementing access control functionality.
29) NEW Arm All User Areas Via Prox Reader.
In earlier versions, it was not possible to set a prox reader to Arm
/ Disarm all areas which a user belongs to with one presentation
of their token.
The zone delay option is selected under the pulse count option
in MENU 3-1-3. Option 13, 14 and 15 allow you to select the
pulse delay in scale. Options are Seconds, Minutes or Hours.
Once the scale is set you can then set the multiplier value under
MENU 3-1-4. See examples below.
Version 1.10 includes a new reader option in MENU 1-6-3 Option
8 called “All User Areas”. When set the option will cause the
system to arm / disarm all areas which the token holder belongs
to on a single token presentation. This option can be set per
reader.
ZO NE DEL AY TRIGGER EXAMPLES
Configure Zone 3 with Delay of 3 minutes (180 seconds).
1. Program zone type etc as per normal. Then set Zone 3 to
Pulse delay scale SECONDS in MENU 3-1-3, option 13.
2. Set the zone 3 delay multiplier in MENU 3-1-4 to 180.
3. If zone 3 is triggered and it remains open for 180 seconds,
then an alarm event will be triggered. If the zone re-seals within
the 180 second period then the counter will reset and no alarm
will be triggered.
Configure Zone 10 with Delay of 1 hour (60 minutes).
1. Program zone type etc as per normal. Then set Zone 3 to
Pulse delay scale HOURS in MENU 3-1-3, option 15.
2. Set the zone 3 delay multiplier in MENU 3-1-4 to 1.
3. If zone 3 is triggered and it remains open for 1 hour, then
an alarm event will be triggered. If the zone re-seals within
the 1 hour period, the counter will reset and no alarm will be
triggered.
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The trigger delay multiplier in MENU 3-1-4 will always display the
number and the word seconds. This is because this this option
has a dual function.
When setting zone delay you should ignore the word seconds
and simply multiply the number by the scale option selected to
calculate the actual delay time.
27) Alarm On Output Device Fail.
In earlier versions, if the Alarm on Device Fail option in MENU
4-1-5 was set and the system was disarmed when the device
failure occured the system would send the report to the control
room but would not trigger the sirens.
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Access > Prox Reader >
Reader Options
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MENU 1-6-3
1
All On Arming Allowed
2
Disarming Allowed
Y
3
Enable Badging
N
4
Zero Exit Time
N
5
Part On Arming Allowed
N
6
Arm If Single Area User
N
7
Reserved
N
8
All User Areas
N
Y
30) Roaming Keypad Prox Reader Operation Changed.
In earlier versions, if a multi-area user presented their token
to a roaming keypad reader, the system would disarm the first
area which they belonged to and keep them logged on to the
system.
In Version 1.10 the operation has been changed so that multiarea users will only be logged on when presenting their token
to a roaming keypad reader. Once logged on the user can hold
down the “All On” or “All Off” keys to arm / disarm all areas they
belong to or use the arrow keys to navigate to a specific area
and then press the On/ Off key as required.
31) RAS Disconnect On Alarm Operation Changed.
In earlier versions, if MENU 5-3-4 option 3, “Abort RAS on Alarm”
was enabled the panel would terminate the RAS programming
session regardless of whether or not the session was a remote
or a direct connection.
In Version 1.10 this option has been changed and will now only
terminate the programming session if it is a remote connection.
A direct connection will remain connected.
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32) NEW User RAS Security PIN Option Added.
A new option has been added in this release to allow for an
independant User connection to the panel using our Solution
Link End User programming software.
MENU 5-3-8, User RAS PIN option is defaulted to 00000000 and
is currently reserved for future use.
In Version 1.10 the default event assigment for all outputs has
been changed to 0.
Outputs > Properties >
Event Assignment
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MENU 4-1-2
0
0
0
Event Assignment Op001
33) NEW Telephone Ring Count Analysis Changed.
The way ring counting is analysed for the Australian ring
tone has been changed in V1.10 to make it easy for new
users to learn and simpler to use when establishing a remote
connection.
000
Press 0-9 OK to SAVE
36) NEW Keypad Emergency Alarm Trigger’s.
Version 1.10 introduces a new method for triggering keypad
Fire, Medical and Panic alarms.
In earlier versions, the panel would count rings as follows,
RING .. RING ......... RING .. RING would be counted as 1 ring.
In V1.10 the panel will now count rings as follows,
RING .. RING will be counted as 1 ring.
Occasionally you will hear half a ring at the moment the line is
switched through to the premises. In this case the panel will
count the rings as follows,
.. RING.........RING .. RING would be counted as 1 ring.
34) NEW Ring Count Default Changed.
To allow for the changes in the ring count analysis in V1.10 the
default ring count has been changed from 10 rings to 20 rings.
The maximum number of rings which can be programmed has
also been increased from 15 to 30 rings.
NE W KEYPAD EMERGENC Y AL ARM TRIGGER ’S
Comms > Remote Access >
Ring Count
The new methods are easier for the end user to remember and
also allow for labelling to be applied to the keypad further
simplifying operation. At this time both old and new methods
function.
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0 = No Answer
MENU 5-3-3
20
1 to 30 = Answer Ring Count
This menu sets the number of rings the panel will wait until
answering an incoming call. Programming a zero will stop the
panel from answering any incoming calls.
Ring Count P001
20-20 Rings
Press  0-9 OK to SAVE
35) Output Event Assignment Default Changed.
The output event assignment option allows you to assign or
map an Output event to an Area number (1 to 8), a User number
(1 to 128), a Zone number (1 to 64) or a Group number (1 to 8)
that the output will follow.
Key Sequence
Ë+Ê
Ê+È
È+Â
Event Triggered
Hold for 2 seconds
Keypad Fire Alarm
Hold for 2 seconds
Keypad Panic Alarm
Hold for 2 seconds
Keypad Medical Alarm
37) D Type Receiver Re-named Bosch Serial Receiver.
In Version 1.10 , Option 4 in MENU 3-5-0 has been re-named
from D Type Serial Rcvr to Bosch Serial Receiver. Both RF3212
and RF3212E receivers from Bosch are supported by this option.
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The following options are included in this release however
their functionality has been disabled as they are for future
use. Please ignore the following options in this release.
MENU 5-5 , MY Alarm
MENU 5-0-3 , Check Web Email
MENU 5-0-4 , Email System Log
Programming a zero will assign the output event to follow all
areas, users, zones or access groups depending on the event
type. Refer to Output Event Type Table in the Installation
manual for a complete listing of available options.
MENU 5-0-8 , Register Customer
MENU 5-0-9 , Register Installer
MENU 5-3-8 , User RAS PIN
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BLCC110 N1.10 Issue: FTR1.4
3/07
Release Notes Solution 64
Intrusion Control Panel
Release Notes
Solution 64
July, 2006
Release Notes for Version 1.05.01
In the interest of ongoing product development and improvement, Bosch is proud to release software version 1.05.01 for the
Solution 64 Intrusion Control Panel. This document briefly outlines the improvements added in this release.
Please read in conjunction with the current installation manual and other addendums for more detailed information.
1) Zone Status Indicator (Green LED) Function Corrected.
Normally the Green Status indicator LED on the keypad will flash to
indicate that a zone or zones are unsealled and would remain on steady
when all zones are sealled.
If however the zone is an RF Zone which has been programmed for
pulse count and the zone remains open for longer than 10 seconds
then the status indicator will continue to flash even if the zone
reseals.
This issue is only relevant if the Zone is an RF Zone and it has been
programmed for pulse count.
This has been corrected in V1.05.01
2) RF Zone Pulse Count Function Corrected.
In previous versions any RF Zone programmed for pulse count
which was left unsealled when the area was armed would cause
an alarm to occur the next time the devices supervision signal was
received by the panel (approximatly 10 minutes after arming).
This has been corrected in V1.05.01
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The following options are included in this release however
their functionality has been disabled as they are for future
use. Please ignore the following options in this release.
MENU 55 - MY Alarm
MENU 503 - Check Web Email
MENU 504 - Email System Log
MENU 508 -Register Customer
MENU 509 -Register Installer
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BLCC110N1.05.01 Issue: FTR1.3
Release Notes
7/06
Solution 64
Intrusion Control Panel
Solution 64
Release Notes
April, 2006
Release Notes for Version 1.05
In the interest of ongoing product development and improvement, Bosch is proud to release software version 1.05 for the
Solution 64 Intrusion Control Panel. This document briefly outlines the numerous new features and improvements added in this
release. Please read in conjunction with the current installation manual and other addendums for more detailed information.
To coincide with this release, we are pleased to also announce that Version 1.03 of our Solution Link Upload/Download software
is now available. Version 1.03 includes increased functionality, as well as support for the additional features in the V1.05
Solution 64 release.
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3) Telco Line Fail Reporting Corrected.
In previous versions a telco line fail would be reported as a
Contact ID event E351 with C001 instead of E351 with C891,
where C891 represents panel number 1 in the base station
template . The telco line restore reports correctly as event R351
with C891.
Support for Tamper Keypads added
Installer Default Lockout Indication added
User ID for Keyfob Panic and Low battery added
Arming in Part Mode 1 and 2 Via Prox Readers
Token Control Via Common Area Keypads
This has now been corrected in V1.05.
1) NEW Support Added For Tampered Keypads.
Version 1.05 includes support for the recently released tampered
keypads which are available with or without built in proximity
readers.
The “Enable Rear Tamper” option (MENU 6-1-4, Option 4) needs
to be enabled for each tampered keypad fitted to the system.
Devices > Keypads >
General Options

MENU 6-1-4
1
Keypad Extinguish
N
2
Greeting On Arm
Y
3
Greeting On Disarm
Y
4
Enable Rear Tamper
N
5
PIN To Change Area
N
6
Home Area Only
N
7
Report Keypad Temperature
Y
8
Display Area Indicators
N
The above options can be configured independantly for each
keypad fitted to the system.
2) NEW Panel Default Lockout Indication.
In earlier versions it was difficuilt to determine if panel defaulting
had been disabled. When this option has been set via MENU
7-7-4, it is impossible to default the system without knowing the
installer code.
In this release, if the installer default function has been disabled
then the panel will pulse or click the line seize relay 4 times
during power up. If this occurs and the installer code is unknown
you will need to return the panel to the place of purchase for
defaulting. Charges may apply for this service.
4) NEW Keyfob Panic And Low Battery Reports By User
In previous versions it was not possible to indiviually report RF
keyfob panic alarms or low battery events per user. in V1.05,
zones number 301 to 428 have been assigned to represent
keyfob events for users 1 through to user 128.
This feature now allows the panel to be used in portable duress
alarm applications where positive user identification is required.
Eg. A keyfob panic alarm triggered by user 26 will
report as E120-GG-Zn326.
See the Base Station Reporting template V1.04 or
higher for more information.
5) NEW Token Control Via Common Area Keypads.
In previous versions, if a user who belonged to only
one area presented their token to a roaming prox
keypad reader, the system would log them on and
move the keypad to display the users area. To arm
the area the user would need to swipe their token a
second time.
In this release a new option called “Arm If Single Area
User” has been added to the Reader Options MENU
1-6-3. When this option is set, a user who belongs to
a single area only needs to present their token once
to the keypad for the area to arm. This function only
works via keypad readers and for users who only
belong to one area.
6) Screen Saver Display Corrected.
In previous versions the area armed, disarmed and
part armed icons where not being displayed when
the keypad was in screen saver mode.
In V1.05 the icons are displayed correctly when in
screen saver mode.
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7) NEW Arming In Part Mode Via Prox Readers.
In previous versions it was not possible to configure a reader to
only allow arming in Part mode as the reader still required the
“Arming Allowed” option to be enabled.
In this release the arm in part mode via prox reader feature has
been improved and it is now possible to configure a reader to
only allow arming and disarming from part mode.
To configure the reader for part arming only, select option 5 ,
“Part On Arming Allowed” and deselect option 1, “All On Arming
Allowed” in the Reader Options MENU 1-6-3.
Once enabled, swiping the token once will arm the area in part
mode 1. If part mode 2 zones have been programmed, swipe the
token a second time within 5 seconds and the area will arm in
part mode 2.
See below for text changes and additional options in the Reader
Options Menu.
Access > Prox Reader >
Reader Options

MENU 1-6-3
1
All On Arming Allowed
Y
2
Disarming Allowed
Y
3
Enable Badging
N
4
Zero Exit Time
N
5
Part On Arming Allowed
N
6
Arm If Single Area User
N
7
Reserved
N
8
Reserved
N
The above options can be configured independantly for each
prox reader or prox keypad fitted to the system.
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The following options are included in this release however
their functionality has been disabled as they are for future
use. Please ignore the following options in this release.
MENU 55 - MY Alarm
MENU 503 - Check Web Email
MENU 504 - Email System Log
MENU 508 -Register Customer
MENU 509 -Register Installer
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BLCC110N1.05 Issue: FTR1.2
Release Notes
4/06
Solution 64
Intrusion Control Panel
Solution 64
Release Notes
February, 2006
Release Notes for Version 1.04.04
In the interest of ongoing product development and improvement, Bosch is proud to release software version 1.04.04 for the
Solution 64 Intrusion Control Panel. This document briefly outlines the numerous new features and improvements added in this
release. Please read in conjunction with the current installation manual and other addendums for more detailed information.
To coincide with this release, we are pleased to also announce that Version 1.03 of our Solution Link Upload/Download software
is now available. Version 1.03 includes increased functionality, as well as support for the additional features in the V1.04.04
Solution 64 release.
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3) NEW Latching Chime Zone Option Added.
It is now possible to select Chime mode to latching on a per
area basis. When this option is selected, if a chime zone is
triggered then any outputs programmed for chime alarm and
or the keypads sounder will trigger and remain on until a valid
user code is entered. The keypad will display the zone which
triggered the chime alarm.
Latching Chime Mode added
Tone Bypass support for RAS Connection added
Automatic Smoke Detector Reset added
Installer Code can now be restricted per Keypad
Various Panel Defaults Have been Improved
Fire Zone Testing Improved
AutoArm Multiple areas by Schedule Improved
Areas > Commands >
Chime Mode
1) NEW Automatic Smoke Sensor Reset Option Added.
Version 1.04.04 includes a new option which when set, will
trigger any output that is programmed as event type 49 - Smoke
Sensor GND to operate on the next arming cycle, therefore
resetting the connected smoke sensors each time the area is
armed.
If this option is not set then a manual reset will need to be
performed via MENU 3-0-5.
Areas > Properties >
Input Options
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MENU 2-1-2
1
Non Sequential Handover (Entry Path)
2
Pulse Count Handover Allowed
Y
3
Senior Watch
N
4
Reset Smoke on Arming
Y
5
Reserved
N
6
Reserved
N
7
Reserved
N
8
Reserved
N
Y
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MENU 2-0-6
The Chime Mode option allows you to program how chime
zones will operate on an area by area basis. In latching mode a
valid PIN will need to be entered to reset the chime alarm.
Available options include;
Chime Always
Chime For 000 Seconds
Chime After 000 Seconds
Chime Latching
4) Swipe Token Text Changed
In Version 1.04.04, the keypad now prompts with the words
“Present Token” instead of “Swipe Token” when learning a Token
or Card into the panel.
5) Keypad Back light Function Changed
On previous releases, the keypad back light would occasionally
not switch to full brightness when a user token was presented to
the keypad reader.
In this release the panel will send an awaken command to all
keypads when the system is armed forcing the back light to
return to full brightness.
2) Keypad Quarantine
In earlier versions, if the keypad lockout time was set to
000 seconds and the maximum number of code retries was
exceeded, then the keypad siren would sound and the keypad
would be quarantined indefinitely.
6) Zone Status Display Improved
The zone status command, MENU 3-0-0 has been improved in
version 1.04.04 and now displays the zone condition as well as
the measured EOL resistance value.
In this release, if the keypad lockout time is set to 000, and the
code retry count is exceeded, the keypad siren will sound but
the keypad will not be quarantined. Entering a valid code will
reset the keypad siren.
7) Call Diversion Function Changed
In previous versions, if a call diversion string has been
programmed, the panel would activate the call diversion when
the panel was armed in either the Part On mode or All On mode.
In this version, the call diversion will only activate when the
panel is armed in the All On mode.
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8) NEW Restrict Installer Access Per Keypad Option Added.
In installations with multiple keypads, you may want to restrict
the installer code access to one or a limited number of keypads.
For example you may want to restrict installer access to only
the keypad which is located in the communication room. To
configure this option, select “Installer PIN Not Allowed” option
for each required Keypad.
See MENU 6-1-5, Option 7 below.
9) NEW Prevent PIN Arm/Disarm Per Keypad Option Added.
Situations may arise where a keypad is required for access door
control only. In this situation to prevent Arm/ Disarm control, set
the “PIN Arming Not Allowed” option for each desired keypad .
This has been corrected in this release and the system now sends
a close report when all areas are armed, and an open report
when the first area is disarmed.
System > System Options >
Area Options
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MENU 7-7-1
1
Area 1 = Common Area
N
2
First To Open Last To Close
N
3
Reset Siren All Users ( All Areas)
Y
4
Power Up In Same State As Powered Down
Y
5
Fault Acknowledge All Areas
Y
6
Delay Trouble Beeps
Y
7
Reserved
N
8
Reserved
N
Valid user codes with the appropriate access level can still be
used to operate the door strike from the keypad when this
option is set.
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
See MENU 6-1-5, Option 6 below.
13) NEW Panel Default Changes
A number of system defaults have been changed to better
reflect the most commonly chosen options. See below.
Devices > Keypads >
Beeper Options
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MENU 6-1-5
Trouble Alerts
Y
2
Entry Warning
Y
3
Exit Warning
Y
4
Chime Tone
Y
Device > RF Devices >
5
Display Temperature
N
6
N
RF Device Options
PIN Arming Not Allowed
7
Installer PIN Not Allowed
N
8
Show Alarm When Armed
N
The above options can be configured independently for each
keypad fitted to the system.
10) Manual Output Control with Inverted Polarity
In earlier versions, the keypad text prompts did not reflect the
correct output polarity for outputs which are configured to be
on in the normal state.
For example Output 3 is defaulted to polarity type Low One Shot
Open, which means that in the normal state the output is on. In
version 1.04.04 the text prompts now correctly follow the output
polarity selected for each output.
11) NEW Zone Testing When Arming
When arming, the panel will notify the user about any zones
which are currently unsealed. At this point the user can abort the
arming process and seal the offending zone, or they can force
arm (if allowed) leaving the zone open in which case a trouble
will be reported.
In version 1.04.04, if the force arm prompt appears when arming,
the user can press the ON key again, and the system will re-scan
the zones. Any previously open zones that have re-sealed will
not trigger the force arm prompt after the re scan.
12) First To Open Last To Close Option Corrected
The first to open last to close option, (MENU 7-7-1) did not
function correctly in previous versions.
a) MENU 6-6-2 Open Zone On Lost RF
This option has been defaulted to NO because when and RF
Zone fails it’s supervision check, a report is automatically sent to
the control room.
1
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MENU 6-2-2
1
Display RF Tamper
Y
2
Report RF Tamper
Y
3
Report RF Low Battery
Y
4
Report Lost RF Device
Y
5
Open Zone On Lost RF
N
6
Audible Keyfob Panic
Y
7
Report Keyfob Panic
Y
8
Keyfob Function 1 Key = Part On
Y
b) MENU 5-2-2 Alarm On Line Fail If Armed
This option has been defaulted to YES because more often than
not, if an intruder cuts the telco line you would want the sirens
to sound.
Comms > Properties >
Phone Line Options

MENU 5-2-2
1
Display Telephone Line Fail
2
Report Telephone Line Fail
Y
3
Alarm On Line Fail If Armed
Y
4
Alarm On Line Fail If Disarmed
N
5
Reserved
N
6
Reserved
N
7
Reserved
N
8
Display Phone In Use
N
Y
c) MENU 7-7-1 Delay Trouble Beeps
This option has been defaulted to YES based on customer
feedback. When set to YES the system will prevent trouble beeps
from the keypad between 10pm and 7am.
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Should the trouble event still be in effect at 7am the keypad
beeper will start to sound. At all times the trouble event will be
displayed on the keypad and stored into the system log.
d) MENU 7-7-1 Reset Siren All Users
This option has been defaulted to YES because in most cases in
a partitioned system you would want all authorised users to be
able to reset the sirens.
System > System Options >
Area Options

MENU 7-7-1
This has been corrected in the 1.04.04 release and the loop
function now increments through all areas on the system.
Users assigned to multiple areas are not effected provided they
also have access to Area 1.
15) NEW Auto Arming All Areas
In earlier versions, auto arming multiple areas required multiple
schedules.
In version 1.04.04 it is now possible to arm all areas using just 1
schedule. To do this select the corresponding auto arm schedule
and set it’s index to 000. See MENU 7-5-4.
1
Area 1 = Common Area
N
2
First To Open Last To Close
N
System > Schedules >
3
Reset Siren All Users ( All Areas)
Y
Index
4
Power Up In Same State As Powered Down
Y
5
Fault Acknowledge All Areas
Y
6
Delay Trouble Beeps
Y
7
Reserved
N
8
Reserved
N
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
e) MENU 2-1-1 Duress Allowed
This option has been defaulted to YES as there is very little
chance that a user would repeat the last two digits of their code
by accident when disarming.
Areas > Properties >
General Options

MENU 2-1-1
1
Exit Time Restart
N
2
Reset Alarm Memory On Disarm
N
3
Duress Allowed
Y
4
Acknowledge All Faults
N
5
Single Button Arming - All On
Y
6
Single Button Arming - Part On
Y
7
Link To Common Area
Y
8
Single Button Part Off
N
f) MENU 2-9-2 Service Interval
The default Service Interval has been changed to 000 weeks.
This means that from default, no service reminder will be given.
If you want to take advantage of this feature you will need to
program the number of weeks to wait between reminders into
this location.
Areas > Area Testing >
User Test Interval

0
0
DAYS
14) RF Keyfob Panic Operation Corrected
In previous versions, triggering an RF Keyfob panic for any user
assigned to any area other than area 1, would cause the system
to loop on area 1, requiring a system power cycle to recover.
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MENU 7-5-4
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16) Recurring System Report Linked to Swinger Dialler Count.
In previous versions, a recurring system trouble event would
send a new report each time the event occurred, without any
swinger dialler override.
In V1.04.04 System Trouble events have been linked to the
swinger dialler setting in MENU 5-4-5. This means that a
recurring system trouble event will only report until the swinger
dialler count is reached and then it will be locked out. The event
will reactivate the next time any area is armed or disarmed.
System trouble events will only trigger the sirens, if applicable
once per arming cycle.
Comms > Dialler Reporting >
Swinger Dialler

MENU 5-4-5
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
0
6
17) Display Output Status On Keypad Option
Changed
If the “Display Output Status On Keypad” option
(MENU 4-1-5) has been selected, and the output
in question is activated then a message will be
displayed in the scroll bar. In previous versions, if you
arm the panel while this massage is being displayed
then the system will prompt you to force arm the
output to complete the arming cycle.
In the 1.04.04 release, output status display messages
are now filtered out and the panel will not consider
these messages during the arming cycle.
MENU 2-9-1
0
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
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18) PIN Always Required Option and Pop Up Boxes
In Version 1.04.04 , when the PIN Always Required
option is selected, and a pop up message box is
displayed, the system will prompt the user to Enter
PIN + OK to acknowledge the message.
In previous versions the system would prompt
Press OK, however this would not acknowledge the
message because no PIN had been entered.
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19) Turn Area On / Off Command Corrected
In previous versions, the Turn Area On / Off option (MENU 2-0-1)
does not filter the user to restrict them from controlling an area
they don’t belong to.
23) NEW Tone Bypass Function Implemented
It is often difficult to establish a remote connection to a panel
if the customer picks up the phone or if a fax or answering
machine answers the call before the panel does.
In version 1.04.04 the panel filters the user and only provides
control for areas they are assigned to. A valid PIN is required in all
cases.
While the ultimate solution to this problem is the use the CLI
Intelliconnect method, this requires the customer to enable CLI
via their telco provider.
Areas > Commands >
Turn Area On/Off
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MENU 2-0-1
20) Domestic Reporting and Pulse Dialling
In previous versions, if both the Domestic Reporting format
and pulse dialling option have been selected, the system may
not dial the complete phone number if it is longer than 6 digits.
This is due to the amount of time it takes to dial in pulse format
compared to DTMF dialling.
All other reporting formats are not effected even if pulse dialling
has been selected.
In version 1.04.04, the internal dial process timer has been
increased to 30 seconds which provides ample time to dial the
number in pulse or decadic format.
21) Walk Testing Fire Zones
In previous versions, placing a short across the EOL resistor to
test a fire zone would not be accepted as a valid test and the
zone would remain in the untested zone list.
In version 1.04.04 the walk testing function has been changed to
allow a short across a fire zone EOL resistor to be accepted as a
valid test.
22) RF Keyfob Panic Alarm Reporting
In earlier version, panic alarms trigger via RF keyfobs would
follow the status route when reporting the alarm. In domestic
dialling mode, the status route would typically be disabled and
this would prevent the keyfob panic for being transmitted.
In version 1.04.04 the reporting route for keyfob panic alarms
has been changed to the Emergency route which would not
normally be disabled when using domestic dialling.
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When enabled, the new Tone Bypass option (MENU 5-3-4) tells
the panel to listen to every answered call and to look for a
specific sequence of DTMF tones.
The tone sequence will be sent by the remote programming
software and when the panel recognises them, it will
immediately seize the line away from the answering party and
the programming session will commence.
The feature requires Solution Link remote programming
software version 1.03 or higher.
Comms > Remote Access >
Solution Link RAS
Options

MENU 5-3-4
1
RAS Allowed
Y
2
Call Back Verification Required
N
3
Terminate RAS on Alarm
Y
4
Answer Bypass
Y
5
Answer Incoming Call Only If Armed
N
6
Tone Bypass
Y
7
Allow User Functions Via Remote Access Software
Y
8
Report / Log RAS Start / End Sessions
Y
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The following options are included in this release however
their functionality has been disabled as they are for future
use. Please ignore the following options in this release.
MENU 55 - MY Alarm
MENU 503 - Check Web Email
MENU 504 - Email System Log
MENU 508 -Register Customer
MENU 509 -Register Installer
BLCC110N1.04.04 Issue: FTR1.1
Release Notes
2/06
Solution 64
Intrusion Control Panel
Solution 64
Release Notes
December, 2005
Release Notes for Version 1.04
In the interest of ongoing product development and improvement, Bosch is proud to release version 1.04 of the Solution 64
Intrusion Control Panel. This document briefly outlines the numerous new features and improvements added in this release.
Please read in conjunction with the current installation literature for more detailed information.
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CM105 Zone Expander support added
CM120 Power Supply support added
CM104 Zone Expander support added
SIA + Text reporting format implemented
Timer added for Chime Alarm
RF Device ID Sniffer added
Secure LAN option added
Real-time Program Updating added
CM195 Multi RF Receiver support
5)
NEW
LAN Status Command
Devices > Commands >
LAN Status
2) NEW Support added for Bosch - CM120 LAN Power
Supply Module. This power supply can be added anywhere on
the system LAN to provide up to 1Amp of additional current for
powering sensors etc. Low Battery and AC Fail signals are also
provided over the LAN and remotely via Solution Link.
3) NEW Support added for Bosch - CM195 Multi RF Receiver
Interface Module. This module allows up to 3 identical Radio
receivers to be connected to the Vision panel at the same time
enabling the installer to position the receivers over a larger area
to provide greater coverage. The CM195 module also allows
Inovonics RF receivers and wireless devices to be interfaced to
the Vision panel.
4) NEW LAN Scan Implemented
Version 1.04 includes a LAN scan function which automatically
scans the system LAN for connected modules and devices
during power up and then adds support for them.
The scan will be performed every time the panel is powered
up and may take up to 45 seconds to complete. While the
system is scanning, the Green status LED will flash and the Red
Dialler LED will remain on steady.
Keypads found to have no area assignment are scanned and
flagged with “No Area” in the display. Following a factory
default, all keypads will be set to home area 1.
MENU 6-0-0
This menu will bring up a list of all devices connected to the
system LAN. Use the up and down arrows to highlight a device
then press OK and the keypad will then display all relevant
information for the selected device.
6)
NEW
LAN Secure / Un-Secure Command
Devices > Commands >
LAN Secure
1) NEW Support added for the Bosch - CM104, CM105 and
CM106 Hard wired Zone Expander Modules. The CM104
and CM105 can be connected anywhere on the system LAN
providing additional hard wired zone inputs and accessory
power for sensors. Only one expander can be fitted to the
Solution 64. The CM106 can be fitted to the CM105 when the full
complement of 64 hard wired zones is required.
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MENU 6-0-1
This menu allows you to secure the device LAN on the Vision
Panel. When the LAN has been secured the system will not
recognise any new devices which may be added to the LAN.
It will also prevent the automatic LAN scan from being
performed during power up.
If you need to add a new device to the LAN you first need to
un-secure the LAN, power down the system, connect the new
device and re-apply power. Once all devices have been added
you should re-secure the LAN.
7) NEW Support added for the following RF
devices from Secure Wireless.
EV-REC3-Bosch (Radio Receiver)
REM-REC3 (4 Button Remote)
DW-REC3 (RF Reed Switch)
PIR-REC3 (RF PIR - Pet Immune 20Kgs)
GB-REC3 (RF Glass Break Detector)
SM-REC3 ( RF Smoke Detector)
8) NEW Auto Arming Options
Entering a valid PIN + the OFF key while the Auto Arm pre-alert
timer is running will display two new options.
Extend Auto Arm
Abort Auto Arm
Use the up and down arrow keys to highlight the required
function then press OK. The time extension is fixed at 1 hour.
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9) NEW Auto Arm Time Extended Report
If the user extends the auto arm time, the panel will report a CID
event 464 to the monitoring station.
10) NEW EOL Resistor Value Changes
The following EOL resistor values have been added making it
easier to change over of Tecom and Concept panels.
16)
Inputs > Global Input Options >


MENU 5-0-5
This command performs the same function as holding down the
default switch on the Vision panel for 5 seconds. Once initiated,
the panel will enter direct link mode ready to communicate with
the Solution Link software. The green status LED on the panel
will flash slowly indicating the function has been activated.
MENU 3-4-0
0 = No EOL
5
1 = 1K0
6 = 4K7
11 = 6K8 with Tamper (2K2)
2 = 1K5
7 = 5K6
12 = 10K with Tamper (10K)
3 = 2K2
8 = 6K8
13 = 22K
4 = 2K7
9 = 8K1
14 = 3K3 with Tamper (6K8)
5 = 3K3
10 = 10K
17) NEW Real-Time Program Update During Downloads
Version 1.04 includes a new function which will update EOL
resistor value changes and zone state changes in real time.
Changes are updated every time a download is performed
during the Solution Link session.
15 = Split EOL (Parallel)
(3K3 = Primary, 6K8 = Secondary)
11) NEW View Status in Part Mode
This feature allows the end user to view detailed system status
information while the system is armed in Part mode. Press the
down arrow to obtain a status list showing any system troubles
currently in effect as well as zone and output status information.
12) NEW Keypad and Keyfob Alarm Display
Emergency alarms such as Keypad Fire, Medical and Panic alarms
and Keyfob Panic alarms will now display in the status scroll list
as well as in the drop down list.
The status message will show the alarm type and keypad
number which the alarm was generated from and in the case of
a keyfob panic alarm the user name and number will be shown.
13) NEW PGM Input - Exit Timer
Version 1.04 now forces the exit timer to run when the panel
has been armed via the programmable input. For example if
the input is programmed for Pulse On/Off and a trigger signal is
received then the exit timer will begin and the system will not
fully arm until the exit time expires.
14) NEW PGM Input to Arm All Areas
New in V1.04 When the Programmable Input is configured as
an on/off input, a valid trigger signal will cause all areas on the
panel to arm and or disarm. If you require individual area arm /
disarm control you should use a key-switch zone.
Earlier versions would only arm Area 1.
2
Direct Link Request Command
Start Direct Link
To allow for these two options we have removed support for 12K
and 15K EOL resistor values.
EOL Value
NEW
Comms > Commands >
Type 11 = 6K8 with Tamper (2K2)
Type 12 = 10K with Tamper (10K)
15) NEW Strobe Pulse Time Extended
The strobe pulse flash duration for On / Off indication has been
extended to 5 seconds for OFF and 10 seconds for On. These
times are fixed and should allow for most strobe types in the
market today
18) NEW Daylight Savings Option Change
Version 1.04 includes a change to the week of the month
parameter used in the Summer Time on and Summer Time Off
options. Week 5 has been replaced with Last week. Daylight
savings time changes take effect on the last Sunday of the
month in Europe.
19) NEW ”Block If All On” Output Option
Version 1.04 includes a new output option called Block If All On.
Outputs > Properties >
Output Options

MENU 4-1-5
1
Do Not Operate On Low Battery
Y
2
Display Overload
Y
3
Report Overload
Y
4
Display Device Fail
Y
5
Report Device Fail
Y
6
Alarm On Device Fail
N
7
Block If All On
N
8
Display Status Message
N
Selecting this option will prevent the output from operating if
the panel is armed in the all on mode. This option is particularly
useful when using a radio keyfob for arm and disarm as well as
garage door control.
Enabling the Block If All On option on the output which
is controlling the garage door will prevent the user from
accidentally opening the door before they disarm the system.
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20) NEW Key-Switch Open Close Option Added
Version 1.04 includes a new feature which allows you to select
whether or not a zone programmed as a Key-switch Zone, will
send opening and closing reports. The default is set to Off.
A001 Security System
A002 Area 2 Name
A003 Area 3 Name
Press  OK or MENU
Inputs > Global Input Options >
Input Options

To set the required chime mode enter [MENU] + [2] + [0] + [6]
and select the area from the list then press [OK].
MENU 3-4-2
1
Tamper On Short
N
2
Reserved
N
3
Response Time 500ms
N
4
Reserved
N
5
Keyswitch Open Close
N
6
Reserved
N
7
Reserved
N
8
Reserved
N
)
Use the up and down arrow keys to select the required chime
mode. If the chosen type requires a time parameter use the right
arrow to move to the time field and then use the up and down
arrow key to select the appropriate time. When finished press
[OK].
Chime Mode A001
Chime For 000 Seconds
Press  OK to SAVE
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
21)
NEW
View RF Device ID
View RF I.D.

MENU 6-2-5
In version 1.04, the device ID display has been improved and
now also shows the device type and description within the
system as well as the RFid. The information for each transmission
will remain on the keypad display until either another
transmission is received from a different device or the OK key is
pressed.
22) NEW Clearing Temperature Alarms
In version 1.04, temperature alarms that are currently in effect
and being displayed in the scroll list will be cleared when
the temperature returns to normal or when exiting installer
programming mode.
24) NEW Siren Trouble Display
Version 1.04 now displays Siren Trouble under the main heading
of Output Trouble. In earlier versions, the words Siren Trouble
would appear in the scroll list if Output 1 was missing. This fault
is now displayed under Output Trouble in the scroll list.
25) NEW Programming Domestic Phone Numbers
In earlier versions, if a comma was inserted into the dialling
sequence when entering Domestic Phone Numbers then the
panel would dial all digits up to the comma and then stop. This
has now been corrected in Version 1.04. This fault only affected
Domestic Phone Numbers. (comma = 2 second pause in the
dialling sequence)
It could take up to 1 minute for the alarm message to be
removed from the scroll list.
26) Enrolling Tokens from External Readers
In version 1.03 it was not possible to learn tokens for users
higher than 15 via an external reader.
In earlier versions the temperature alarm would only clear if the
temperature returned to the normal range level.
The restriction has been removed in V1.04 and it is now possible
to learn all users via an external reader.
23) NEW Chime Mode Options Added
In version 1.04 a new Chime Mode option has been added.
27) NEW Ring Count Timing Change
The way the ring count option relates to actual time has been
changed in Version 1.04.
Areas > Commands >
Chime Mode

MENU 2-0-6
The Chime Mode option allows you to program how chime
zones will operate on an area by area basis.
Available options include;
Chime Always
Chime For 000 Seconds
Chime After 000 Seconds
It is now possible to stop the chime alarm if the door is left open
for a long period of time or to only trigger the chime alarm if the
door is left open for a period of time.
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Now programming a Ring Count of 5 rings will cause the phone
to ring for 30 seconds and programming a ring count of 10 rings
will cause the phone to ring for ~ 1 minute before the panel
answers the call.
28) NEW Automatic Output Checking
Version 1.04 no longer checks outputs that have been marked as
not used.
In earlier versions, the system may have displayed faults for
outputs which were flagged to be monitored but were set as not
used.
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29) NEW Arming in Part Mode
In earlier versions, zones marked as Do Not Test On Exit were still
being checked when the system was armed in Part Mode.
In version 1.04 zones marked as “Do Not Test On Exit” are no
longer checked when arming in Part Mode.
30) NEW Display Alarms In Scroll List While Armed
This new option will cause the scroll list to display all alarm
events that are currently in effect while the system is armed.
This can be used by a security guard or the police to identify the
zones which triggered the alarm if they attend and they are not
key-holders.
Devices > Keypads >
Beeper Options

MENU 6-1-5
1
Trouble Alerts
Y
2
Entry Warning
Y
3
Exit Warning
Y
4
Chime Tone
Y
5
Display Temperature
N
6
Reserved
N
7
Reserved
N
8
Show Alarm When Armed
N
The above options can be configured independently for each
keypad fitted to the system.
31) NEW Zone Walk Testing
When walk testing zones in version 1.04 the system will chirp the
sirens once when the zone selected for testing has successfully
opened and closed.
If all zones have been selected for testing, then the siren chirp
will only be heard if all zone have been successfully tested. The
keypad will display all zones still remaining to be tested in the
scroll list.
32) NEW Chime Mode Hold Down Function
Version 1.04 includes a new Hold Down function which can be
used to activate and deactivate Chime mode.
The hold down function will effect the area which is currently
being displayed on the keypad. To enable Chime mode for
another area you need to first move to that area using the left or
right arrow keys.
34) NEW New Events Added To System Log
The following events are now added to the System Log in
Version 1.04.
Call Attempts made
Kiss Off Error
User Out Of Hours Token
User Out Of Hours PIN
User Out Of Hours Keyfob
Access Granted
Access Denied
Area Auto Arm Aborted
35) NEW Single Area Mode
In version 1.04, if the panel is configured as a single area system
then the user will no longer be prompted to select an area when
performing command functions.
For example, if a user selects to check Area Status, and the panel
is configured as a single area system, then the status will be
displayed immediately. In a multi-area system, if the user has
access to more than one area then they will be prompted to
select the area to check.
36) NEW SIA+ TEXT Reporting Format
Version 1.04 includes a new reporting format called SIA+.
When reporting in this format, the panel will send alarm signal
information and the associated zone or user text stored in the
panel, to the control room with each report.
You should check that you control room is set up to receive SIA
with text format before selecting this option.
Comms > Dialler Reporting >
TX Format Dest 1

1
0 = Disable
1 = Contact ID
7 = Domestic
2 = SIA
8 = Voice
13 = Reserved
3 = Serial STU
9 = SIA+1
14 = Reserved
4 = GSM
10 = Reserved
15 = Reserved
5 = WEB MAIL
11 = Reserved
6 = SMS
12 = Reserved
A number of additional options have been included in this release
To activate Chime Mode, hold the 4 key down for 2 seconds. To
deactivate again hold the 4 key down for 2 seconds. The system
will confirm the current chime status via a pop up window on
the keypad display.
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33) NEW Service Mode
In version 1.04, when you enter service mode the panel will
block or prevent any alarm type events which would cause the
sirens to operate. Other events such as outputs used to control
doors etc will continue to operate as normal.
MENU 503 - Check Web Email
MENU 504 - Email System Log
MENU 508 -Register Customer
MENU 509 -Register Installer
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MENU 5-4-0
Note
however their functionality has been disabled as they are for
future use. Please ignore the following options in this release.
MENU 55 - MY Alarm
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Release Notes
12/05
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