Fire Keypad D1255RB - Bosch Security Systems

Fire Keypad
D1255RB
Operating Instructions
This document must be framed and mounted in view
adjacent to the D1255RB Keypad.
Understanding the Keypad
This keypad is a full-function system controller and annunciator. The illuminated keypad has a 16-character vacuum
fluorescent display (VFD) and a sounder that emits distinct
condition tones to alert you to fire alarm, fire trouble, or fire
supervisory events as they occur. In conjunction with the VFD
and the sounder, four status LEDs provide the following system
status indications: Fire, Silenced, Supervisory, and Trouble.
Local Service Representative
Name _______________________________________
Address _____________________________________
_____________________________________
Phone _______________________________________
Keypad Operation
The Status LEDs provide a quick indication of the fire system status.
Fire: Activates when a fire alarm condition exists; turns off when all fire alarm points return
to normal.
Silenced: Activates after a fire alarm is silenced; turns off when a PIN and ESC is entered.
This clears the alarm or trouble memory from the keypad display, when all points are in a
normal state.
Supervisory: Activates when any point programmed as supervisory is not normal; turns off
when all supervisory points return to normal.
Trouble: Activates when any system trouble or point trouble exists; turns off when the system
The vacuum flourescent
display (VFD) shows system
alarm and trouble messages:
The pre-programmed custom
text describes the specific point
and its location.
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The built-in sounder emits the
following warning tones:
Fire signal: pulsed, highpitched bell tone during fire
alarm.
Trouble signal: two-tone
warble during a trouble event.
Invalid key buzz: buzz tone
when invalid key is pressed.
Keypad encoding tone:
muted beep tone as each key
is pressed.
COMMAND
Numeric keys: Use one or two in
combination with the COMMAND
bar to perform a function, or use to
enter a PIN before pressing the
ENT key.
COMMAND bar: Use in
combination with one or two
numeric keys to perform a function.
Navigation keys:
Use ESC to enter the command
menu, to complete a command
entry, or to return to idle text.
Use PREV to return to the
previously viewed menu item.
Use NEXT/Acknowledge to
acknowledge an alarm or offnormal condition, or to move to
the next menu item.
Use ENT to complete a PIN
entry, or to select a menu item.
Normal Operation: When the system is operating normally and is disarmed, the display shows the programmed idle text. The
default system normal display is * FIRE SYSTEM *.
Fire Alarm Operation: When an alarm occurs, the Fire LED activates, and the keypad emits a pulsing high-pitched fire tone.
The tone sounds for a pre-programmed length of time. A display message appears that describes the first point that entered an
alarm. Press the NEXT key to acknowledge the alarm. To view and acknowledge additional points that are in alarm, press NEXT
repeatedly. The display shows Ax ## FIRE ALARM (x = the area number; ## = the number of fire alarms in Area x).
Fire Trouble Operation: When a trouble condition occurs (such as wiring for a point is cut, AC power fails, and so on), the
keypad sounder activates briefly approximately every six seconds. The Trouble LED illuminates and Ax ## FIRE TRBL or the
highest priority system trouble appears in the display. Press the NEXT key to acknowledge the trouble. To view and acknowledge
additional system or point troubles, press NEXT repeatedly.
Fire Supervisory Operation: When a supervisory condition occurs, the sounder activates briefly approximately every six
seconds. The Supervisory LED illuminates and Ax ## FIRE SUPV appears in the display. Press the NEXT key to acknowledge
the supervisory condition. To view and acknowledge point supervisory conditions, press NEXT repeatedly.
Silencing and Resetting:
Alarm Silence
Trouble Silence
Detector Reset
Annunciator Reset
Enter PIN (if required) and press ENT.
Press the COMMAND bar and select 4.
Press the COMMAND bar and select 4 + 7.
Enter PIN (if required) and press ESC. This clears alarm or trouble memory from the keypad display,
when all points are in a normal state.
© 2010 Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
130 Perinton Parkway, Fairport, NY 14450-9199 USA
(800) 289-0096
F01U078751-02
Fire Keypad
D1256RB
Operating Instructions
This document must be framed and mounted in view
adjacent to the D1256RB Keypad.
Understanding the Keypad
This keypad is a full-function system controller and annunciator. The illuminated keypad has a 16-character vacuum
fluorescent display (VFD) and a sounder that emits distinct
condition tones to alert you to fire alarm, fire trouble, or fire
supervisory events as they occur. In conjunction with the VFD
and the sounder, four status LEDs provide the following system
status indications: Fire, Silenced, Supervisory, and Trouble.
Local Service Representative
Name _______________________________________
Address _____________________________________
_____________________________________
Phone _______________________________________
Keypad Operation
The Status LEDs provide a quick indication of the fire system status.
Fire: Activates when a fire alarm condition exists; turns off when all fire alarm points
return to normal.
Silenced: Activates after a fire alarm is silenced; turns off when [ANNUNCIATOR RESET]
key is pressed.
Supervisory: activates when any point programmed as supervisory is not normal; turns
off when all supervisory points return to normal.
Trouble: Activates when any system trouble or point trouble exists; turns off when the
system and all points return to normal.
The vacuum flourescent
display (VFD) shows system
alarm and trouble messages:
The pre-programmed custom
text describes the specific point
and its location.
The built-in sounder emits the
following warning tones:
Fire signal: pulsed, highpitched bell tone during fire
alarm.
Trouble signal: two-tone
warble during a trouble event.
Invalid key buzz: buzz tone
when invalid key is pressed.
Keypad encoding tone:
muted beep tone as each key
is pressed.
Function keys:
Press Alarm Silence to silence
a fire alarm.
Press Trouble Silence to silence
a fire trouble.
Press Detector Reset to reset
detection devices such as smoke
detectors. No smoke must be
present and all fire devices such
as pull stations must be reset
first.
Press Annunciator Reset to
clear all alarm, trouble, and
supervisory messages from the
keypad if those conditions are
restored.
Navigation keys:
Use ESC to enter the command
menu, to complete a command
entry, or to return to idle text.
Use PREV to return to the
previously viewed menu item.
Use NEXT/Acknowledge to
acknowledge an alarm or offnormal condition, or to move to
the next menu item.
Use ENT to select a menu item.
Normal Operation: When the system is operating normally and is disarmed, the display shows the programmed idle text. The
default system normal message is * FIRE SYSTEM *.
Fire Alarm Operation: When an alarm occurs, the Fire LED activates, and the keypad emits a pulsing high-pitched fire tone.
The tone sounds for a pre-programmed length of time. A display message appears that describes the first point that entered an
alarm. Press the NEXT key to acknowledge the alarm. To view and acknowledge additional points that are in alarm, press NEXT
repeatedly. The display shows Ax ## FIRE ALARM (x = the area number; ## = the number of fire alarms in Area x).
Fire Trouble Operation: When a trouble condition occurs (such as wiring for a point is cut, AC power fails, and so on), the
keypad sounder activates briefly approximately every six seconds. The Trouble LED illuminates and Ax ## FIRE TRBL or the
highest priority system trouble appears in the display. Press the NEXT key to acknowledge the trouble. To view and acknowledge
additional system or point troubles, press NEXT repeatedly.
Fire Supervisory Operation: When a supervisory condition occurs, the sounder activates briefly approximately every six
seconds. The Supervisory LED illuminates and Ax ## FIRE SUPV appears in the display. Press the NEXT key to acknowledge
the supervisory condition. To view and acknowledge point supervisory conditions, press NEXT repeatedly.
Silencing and Resetting:
Alarm Silence
Trouble Silence
Detector Reset
Annunciator Reset
Press the Alarm Silence key to silence a fire alarm.
Press the Trouble Silence key to silence a fire trouble.
Press the Detector Reset key to reset detection devices.
Press the Annunciator Reset key to clear all alarm, trouble, and supervisory messages when all
points are in a normal state.
© 2010 Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
130 Perinton Parkway, Fairport, NY 14450-9199 USA
(800) 289-0096
F01U078751-02