Zonet ZUH2000 - V1.0 Installation manual

INSTALLATION
MANUAL
DV8OOO
Software Version 1.0
*DVACS is a registered trade mark of Electro Arts Limited and covers a wide variety of products.
Full DVACS compatability applies only when the Sur-Gard equipment is connected to the RS-232 port of a DVACS
F1F2-List 3 (or a DVACS F1F2-List 1) subset which is connected to a DVACS HUB-324 (or DVACS HUB-308) card.
This manual is for use with the DV8000 Software Version 1.0
*DVACS is a registered trade mark of Electro Arts Limited and covers a wide variety of products.
Full DVACS compatability applies only when the Sur-Gard equipment is connected to the RS-232 port of a DVACS
F1F2-List 3 (or a DVACS F1F2-List 1) subset which is connected to a DVACS HUB-324 (or DVACS HUB-308) card.
Table of Contents
DV8OOO
INTRODUCTION
1
System Overview .................................................................................................................................................. 1
INSTALLATION
3
Bench Testing ....................................................................................................................................................... 3
Mounting the Panel ............................................................................................................................................... 3
Terminal Connections ........................................................................................................................................... 3
Power-Up Procedure ............................................................................................................................................. 6
Testing the System ............................................................................................................................................... 6
Instructing the End User ....................................................................................................................................... 6
GUIDELINES FOR LOCATING SMOKE DETECTORS
7
SERIAL PRINTER CONNECTION
8
Compatible Printers ............................................................................................................................................... 8
Configuring the Printer .......................................................................................................................................... 8
Connecting the Printer .......................................................................................................................................... 8
Programming the Control Panel For Use with a Printer ........................................................................................ 8
KEYPAD FUNCTIONS
9
Introduction ........................................................................................................................................................... 9
Master Code .......................................................................................................................................................... 9
Installer’s Programming Code ............................................................................................................................... 9
Keypad [ ] Commands ........................................................................................................................................ 9
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PROGRAMMING SECTIONS
11
Entering Hexadecimal Numbers .......................................................................................................................... 11
Programming the Panel ....................................................................................................................................... 11
Entering Installer Programming Modes ............................................................................................................... 12
PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUT TYPES
15
PROGRAMMING MODE 20
18
RS-232 / 10mA Loop DVACS* Option ................................................................................................................ 18
[000] - [019] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 18
[020] Panel Identification Code ......................................................................................................................... 18
[021] All Call Select ........................................................................................................................................... 18
[022] All Call Answer ......................................................................................................................................... 18
[023] - [100] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 18
[101] - [115] Zone Definitions ............................................................................................................................ 19
Zone Definitions .................................................................................................................................................. 19
[116] - [228] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 20
[229] - [269] Trouble Definitions ........................................................................................................................ 21
[270] - [300] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 21
[301] - [315] Alarm and Restoral Codes for Zones 1 to 8 and Trouble Zones 1 to 7 ........................................ 21
[316] - [428] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 21
[429] - [444] Trouble Alarm and Restoral Reporting Codes .............................................................................. 21
[445] - [465] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 22
[466] - [469] Keypad Alarm Reporting Codes ................................................................................................... 22
[470] - [715] For Future Use ............................................................................................................................... 22
About Function Bytes .......................................................................................................................................... 22
[716] User Messages Function Byte ................................................................................................................. 22
[717] User Number for Messages Function Byte .............................................................................................. 22
[718] - [723] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 22
[724] Installer Messages Function Byte ............................................................................................................ 23
[725] - [731] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 23
[732] Alarm on Exit Code .................................................................................................................................. 23
[733] For Future Use ......................................................................................................................................... 23
[734] Test Mode Function Byte ......................................................................................................................... 23
[735] Number of Zones Not Tested Function Byte ........................................................................................... 23
[736] - [743] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 23
[744] Cancel Alarm Code .................................................................................................................................. 23
[745] - [800] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 23
[801] No Restoral Reports for Zones 1 - 8 ........................................................................................................ 23
[802] No Restoral Reports for Troubles on Zones 1 - 7 .................................................................................... 24
[803] No Restoral Reports for Miscellaneous Alarms 1 .................................................................................... 24
[804] No Restoral Reports for Miscellaneous Alarms 2 .................................................................................... 24
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PROGRAMMING MODE 21
25
[001] - [008] Group Zone Assignments ............................................................................................................. 25
[009] - [010] Group A Access Code Assignment .............................................................................................. 25
[011] - [016] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 25
[017] Group A Special Access Code Assignment ............................................................................................ 25
[018] - [024] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 25
[025] - [026] Group B Access Code Assignment .............................................................................................. 26
[027] - [032] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 26
[033] Group B Special Access Code Assignment ............................................................................................ 26
[034] - [040] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 26
[041] - [042] Group C Access Code Assignment .............................................................................................. 26
[043] - [048] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 26
[049] Group C Special Access Code Assignment ............................................................................................ 26
[050] - [056] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 26
[057] - [058] Group D Access Code Assignment .............................................................................................. 26
[059] - [064] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 26
[065] Group D Special Access Code Assignment ............................................................................................ 26
[066] - [079] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 26
[080] Bypass Inhibit .......................................................................................................................................... 26
[081] For Future Use ......................................................................................................................................... 26
[082] - [083] Zone Transmission Delay Select .................................................................................................. 26
PROGRAMMING MODE 22
27
[001] - [008] System Options ............................................................................................................................ 27
[009] - [020] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 30
[021] - [023] Entrance and Exit Delays ............................................................................................................. 30
[024] - [029] System Times ............................................................................................................................... 30
[030] - [032] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 30
[033] Printer Set-up ........................................................................................................................................... 31
[034] For Future Use ......................................................................................................................................... 31
[035] - [037] Programmable Output Types ....................................................................................................... 31
[038] - [062] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 31
[063] Language Selection for Printer ................................................................................................................ 31
[064] For Future Use ......................................................................................................................................... 31
[065] Maximum Alarm Reports per Zone per Armed Period ............................................................................. 31
PROGRAMMING MODE 23
32
[001] Installer’s Code ........................................................................................................................................ 32
[002] - [050] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 32
[051] - [057] Zone Configuration for Zones 1 - 7 .............................................................................................. 32
[058] - [400] For Future Use .............................................................................................................................. 32
[401] - [408] Individual Bypass Report Codes .................................................................................................. 32
PROGRAMMING MODE 25
33
Test Mode and Tamper Restore ......................................................................................................................... 33
PROGRAMMING MODES 26, 27, 29 AND 30
34
Mode 26 Erase Event Buffer ............................................................................................................................... 34
Mode 27 Print Installer’s Programming ............................................................................................................... 34
Mode 29 Installer Messages ............................................................................................................................... 34
Mode 30 Restore Factory Default Programming ................................................................................................. 34
DVAC HUB CARD AND F1/F2 OPTIONS
35
APPENDIX A
Decimal-Hex-Binary Conversion Chart
36
APPENDIX B
Quick Reference Guide
37
APPENDIX C
4/2-style Format with Sur-Gard Schedule 3A
39
MODE 20 PROGRAMMING WORKSHEETS
40
MODE 21 PROGRAMMING WORKSHEETS
45
MODE 22 PROGRAMMING WORKSHEETS
50
MODE 23 PROGRAMMING WORKSHEETS
54
HOOK-UP DIAGRAM
55
FOR THE RECORD
56
LIMITED WARRANTY
58
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INTRODUCTION
The DV8000 is a flexible and versatile security system designed to meet the most demanding security
requirements. The heart of the system is the DV8000 Main Control Panel, which is connected to other system
elements using common 4-conductor unshielded station wire. The main panel processes signal information and
communicates with the monitoring station. The main panel features 8 zones and 1 Auxiliary Input. Any of the 8
zones may be programmed as 1 of 15 different burglary types. The panel also allows the creation of up to four
separate partitions.
The system is programmed and operated using the DV8000 KP LED Keypad or the keypad installed on the control
panel cabinet. Up to four keypads may be used on the system.
The DV8000 has 3 Programmable Outputs with over 30 available programming options. For a permanent record of
events on the system, the DV8000 can send output to a serial printer.
System Overview
EEPROM Memory
• Non-volatile EEPROM memory retains programming even if both AC and Battery power are removed.
Arm / Disarm Codes and Reporting
• 16-user Arm and Disarm Reporting
• Split Arming in 4 Groups
• Zones and Users’s Access Codes have programmable Group Assignment
Operation
• All Zones programmable as 1 of 15 types
• 8 Zones: 1 normally closed high zone; 7 programmable end-of-line resistor normally-closed or
normally open zones
• 1 Fire Input: Class A
• 3 Dedicated Keypad Zones: Fire, Panic, Emergency
• 1 Programmable Auxiliary Input
• All Alarm and Restoral codes are individually programmable
• Built-in Low Battery Disconnect
• Fuse Protection
• 3 Programmable Outputs with choice of over 30 programmable options
PGM1: Switched to negative through current limiting resistor
PGM2: Switched to negative through current limiting resistor
PGM3: Commercial rating: 12V positive, 25 mA
Residential rating: 11.6 to 12.5V positive, 25mA
• Auxiliary Power Output - up to 530 mA
• Bell: 12V 1.0A
• 100-event Buffer with “Printer Dump” feature
• Attractively styled LED Keypads
• Keypad features backlit keys and LED display with 4 system status lights: “Ready”, “Armed”, “Bypass” and “Power”
• Panel supports Keypad and Keyswitch operation
NOTE: The Keyswitch is intended for supplemental use only and does not replace a keypad.
Keypad Programmable
• The DV8000 includes a default program so it is operational straight from the box with a minimum of programming.
The control panel is completely programmable from the Keypad.
Increased Security
• Separate Installer Code
• Installer Code cannot operate panel or program Access Codes
Supervision
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• Low battery detection
• AC failure detection
• Supervised fuse protection
• Microprocessor “watchdog” circuit
• Communication line fault trouble signal
• Supervised bell output
• Supervised ground fault
Panel Outputs
• Auxiliary Power Supply: 12V at 0.5A (VAUX terminals)
• Bell/siren Output: 12V 1A fused at 2A
• Programmable Output 1: Switch to negative; sinks 76 mA
• Programmable Output 2: Switch to negative; sinks 76 mA
• Programmable Output 3: 12 V at 25 mA
Panel Inputs
• AC in: 16.5V 37 VA
• 8 Burglary Zones: programmable End-of-Line Resistor zones; 5.6K ¼W resistors; normally closed or normally
open
• 1 Class A Fire Zone
• Accessory Power (VAUX+): 13.8V, 530 mA max.
• Battery Charge Voltage: 13.8 V
• Battery Charge Current: 300 mA
Static / Lightning Protection
The DV8000 has been carefully designed and tested to provide reliable protection against static and lightning
induced transients. The special “Zap-Trac” circuit board design catches high voltage transients right at the wiring
terminals, and protection devices are placed in all critical areas to further reduce damaging voltages.
“Watchdog” Monitor Circuit
Even when all precautions are taken to prevent voltage surges from damaging the control panel, it is still possible
to cause temporary disruption to the operation of the microprocessor, causing it to lose track of the program
sequence. The DV8000 is equipped with an external “Watchdog Timer” circuit, which continually checks on the
microprocessor’s program execution.
AC Failure and Low Battery Disconnect
When AC power is lost for an extended period of time, the battery will become fully discharged. The DV8000 will
disconnect the battery when its voltage falls below 9.2V to prevent irreversible damage to the battery. When AC
power is restored, the panel will automatically reconnect the battery to the charging circuit.
RS-232 / 10mA Loop DVACS Option
Either an RS-232 connection or 10mA loop may be used as the interface between the DV8000 and the F1/F2
subset. The interface option is selected by setting the jumpers “LK1”, “LK2”, “LK3”, “LK4” and “LK5” on the
DV8000 Control Panel.
To use the RS-232 option, all jumpers must be set to the “V” position.
To use the 10mA loop option, all jumpers must be set to the “C” position.
Refer to the Hook-Up Diagram in this manual for the location of the jumpers on the DV8000 Control Panel.
It is important that all jumpers be set in the same position. If the jumpers are improperly configured,
damage to the F1/F2 subset or the DV8000 may occur.
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INSTALLATION
Bench Testing
The DV8000 contains a factory default program; additional programming may be performed using the Keypad. The
factory default program will be suitable for most applications.
If end-of-line resistor zones are used, connect a 5.6K resistor from each zone terminal to the closest COM
terminal. Ensure that zone terminals 1 through 7 are connected with a resistor to a COM terminal, and that zone
terminal 8 is shorted. Unless all zone loops are properly terminated, the “Ready” light will not come ON and the
panel will not arm.
Connect the red, black, yellow and green Keypad wires to the RED, BLK, YEL and GRN terminals on the control panel.
For a complete test of the DV8000, including the transmission of data to a monitoring station, complete the DVACS
terminal connections to the panel and program the identification number.
For testing purposes, connect a small buzzer to the BELL+ and BELL- terminals to indicate when the panel is in alarm.
Connect a ULC-listed 16.5VAC, 37VA transformer to the AC terminals. Before plugging in the transformer, be sure
the circuit board is not resting on a metal surface which may cause a short.
NOTE: The DV8000 will not power up if the AC is off and the battery voltage is below 11V.
When the transformer is plugged in, the Keypad should light up and the buzzer connected to the BELL terminals
may sound for a few seconds. The “Armed” light may be ON or OFF when the panel is powered up; the last
armed/disarmed condition is stored in the panel’s memory so the panel will always power up in its last armed or
disarmed state. If the “Armed” light is ON, enter the Master Code (default Master Code = [1234]) to disarm the
panel. If the Keypad is not active, check for the presence of AC power at the AC terminals. Also, check the
Keypad connections and the panel fuses.
If zones 1 through 7 are properly connected with End-of-Line Resistors and zone 8 is shorted, the Keypad
“Ready” light will come ON.
Refer to the Getting Started section of this manual. Enter a sample program into the panel to become familiar with
the programming commands.
Mounting the Panel
Select a dry location as close as possible to an unswitched AC source and the F1/F2 subset (modem) connection.
Remove the printed circuit board, mounting hardware and Keypad from the cardboard retainer inside the cabinet.
Before attaching the cabinet to the wall, press the five white nylon circuit board mounting studs and the ground
connection screw into the cabinet from the back.
Pull all cables into the cabinet and prepare them for connection before mounting the circuit board. When the
wiring has been prepared, press the circuit board down onto the mounting studs. Secure the cabinet door with 3/
8" #6 sheet metal screws such as Sur-Gard part number HWPT638R.
Terminal Connections
Do not connect transformer or battery until all other wiring has been connected.
Wiring Precautions
To avoid induced noise (transfer of electrical energy from one wire to another), keep input wiring isolated from high
current and power wiring. Induced noise can interfere with telephone communication or even cause false alarms.
Separate the wiring into the following groups:
• High current input/output: AC power and bell wiring
• Low current input/output: Zone loop and annunciator wiring
• Audio input/output: Telephone wiring
Wires from the three different groups should not be pulled through the same conduit. If they must be run
together, do so for as short a distance as possible, or use shielded cable. Connect the shield to circuit ground at
the control panel. Note that high and low voltage cables must be routed separately.
To avoid the potential for noise induction, wiring within the control panel cabinet should be routed around the
perimeter of the cabinet. Wiring should not cross over the printed circuit board, as this could induce noise in the
microelectronics, or the wiring could pick up radio frequency noise from the high speed circuits.
High frequency noise, such as that produced by the coil and contacts of a bell, can be reduced by running the wire
through ferrite shield beads, or by wrapping it around a ferrite bead.
NOTE: For commercial fire installations, all wiring must be within the range of 14 to 18 AWG.
Ground Connection
Connect a ground cable from the cabinet ground connection to the Earth Ground Terminal on the panel.
Connect the cabinet ground to a grounding rod by the shortest and most direct route possible.
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Keypad Connections
For Keypad wiring instructions, refer to the DV8000 Wiring Diagram at the end of this manual.
Connect the red, black, green and yellow keypad leads to the RED, BLK, GRN and YEL Keypad terminals on the
control panel using four conductor (quad) telephone wire. Up to four Keypads may be connected to the DV8000;
wire additional Keypads in parallel to the RED, BLK, YEL GRN Keypad terminals on the panel. Note that the
Keypad’s power is supplied through the auxiliary fuse.
Power Terminals: AC
Use a 16.5 VAC transformer rated to 37VA to supply AC power to the DV8000. The transformer should be
connected to an unswitched outlet. If AC failure occurs, it will be displayed as a trouble condition on the Keypad;
refer to Keypad Commands [ ][0][2] Displaying Trouble Conditions. An AC Failure Trouble can also be
transmitted to the monitoring station depending on the Trouble Type programmed in Mode 20 Address [232].
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Auxiliary Power Terminal: VAUX and GND
The auxiliary power supply can be used to power motion detectors and other devices requiring 12VDC. A
maximum of 0.5A is available from the VAUX (positive) and GND (negative) terminals when the DV8000 is used
with one Keypad. For each additional Keypad, the auxiliary supply rating must be reduced by 36mA. The auxiliary
supply is fuse protected at 1 amp. A failure of the auxiliary fuse will generate a trouble transmission.
Bell / Siren Terminals: BELL+ and BELLThe BELL terminals are used to power bells or other audible warning devices requiring a steady output voltage on
alarm. The bell output is fuse protected at 2 amps. When connecting sirens or speakers with a siren driver
already built-in, be sure to observe the correct polarity. Connect the positive lead to the BELL+ terminal and the
negative lead to the BELL- terminal. If the control panel’s built-in siren driver is used, output at the BELL terminals
will be non-polarized.
Note that the alarm output is pulsed (2 seconds on, 2 seconds off) when an alarm is created by the Fire Zone or by
pressing the Keypad’s dedicated fire key.
If no siren or bell is used, connect a 1000 ohm 1/2 watt resistor between the BELL+ and BELL- terminals.
Programmable Output Terminals: PGM OUT 1 and PGM OUT 2
The operation of the PGM OUT 1 Terminal is determined by the value programmed in Mode 22 Address [035]. The
operation of the PGM OUT 2 Terminal is determined by the value programmed in Mode 22 Address [036]. Refer to
Appendix B Quick Reference Guide for a description of the programmable options for the PGM outputs.
PGM OUT 1 and PGM OUT 2 are transistor switched to ground through a 150 ohm current limiting resistor. A
relay, buzzer or other DC-operated device may be connected between the VAUX terminal and the PGM OUT 1 or
PGM OUT 2 terminals on the main board.
Programmable Output Terminal: PGM OUT 3
The Switched Auxiliary Supply can be switched on or off momentarily from the Keypad; refer to Mode 04 and Mode
05 in the Instruction Manual. The operation of the Switched Auxiliary Supply is determined by the value
programmed at Mode 22 Address [037]. Refer to the Quick Reference Guide for a description of the
programmable options.
The PGM OUT3 terminal is positive and the GND terminal is negative. The Switched Auxiliary Supply is
electronically current limited to 25mA, and will not cause a fuse to open if switched to negative.
KEY Input Terminal: AUXIN and Key Arming
The AUXIN input is a standard normally-open zone. An alarm on this input is created when the resistance of the
loop goes higher (an open circuit) or lower (a short circuit) than normal. Refer to the Programming Worksheets,
Mode 20 Addresses [429] for programming the alarm code for this input.
The Auxiliary input is intended to be used as a burglary zone or key switch input only. The AUXIN terminal can be
used as a momentary or maintained keyswitch arming and disarming input.
FIRE Zone Input Terminals
The FIRE zone is a Class A1 Fire Zone. On alarm (fire loop shorted), the activation delay will begin to count down.
After the delay has expired, the bell output will pulse and the alarm will be transmitted to the monitoring station.
The delay for an alarm on this loop is programmed in Mode 22 at Addresses [025], [026] and [028]. If the zone
goes open, a trouble alarm will be generated.
Ground Fault
A short circuit (100µA) between earth ground and system ground will cause a trouble condition. The Ground Fault
Trouble Reporting Code is programmed in Mode 20 Address [444].
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Zone Connections
Zones 1 through 7 can be independently defined as normally closed, normally open or end-of-line resistor zones.
Zone 8 is always a normally closed zone.
For normally closed zones, a zone will go into alarm when a resistance of 2800Ω or greater is detected. Zone 8
will go into alarm when a resistance of 1000Ω or greater is detected.
For normally open zones, a zone will go into alarm when a 8400Ω resistance or less is detected.
For end-of-line resistor zones, a zone will go into alarm when the zone’s resistance drops below 2800Ω (a short
circuit). A zone will generate a trouble condition when the zone’s resistance rises above 8400Ω (an open circuit).
Zone Supervision using Zone 8
Zone 8 may be used as a 24-hour Zone to supervise all other zones; refer to the wiring diagram below for wiring
instructions.
The chart below provides the maximum wiring resistance for the various loops described above:
Zone 8
Zones 1 through 7
R1 + R2 = 500Ω maximum
R3 + R4 = 500Ω maximum
R5 + R6 = 500Ω maximum
R7 = 500Ω maximum
Bell Supervision using Zone 8
Zone 8 may be used to supervise a Grade A Bell as shown below:
The chart below provides the maximum wiring resistance for the various loops described above:
DETECTOR WITH
TAMPER SWITCH
R2
N/C
C
TAMPER
MAGNETIC
CONTACT
R4
N/O
N/O
ALARM
C
C
R6
N/C
R1
R3
R5
N/C
R7
Zones 1 - 7
Zone 8
Z1 COM Z2
Z8A Z8B
Zone 8
Zones 1 through 7
Bell
R3 = R4 = 500Ω maximum
R1 = R2 = 500Ω maximum
R5 + R6 = 2Ω
Power-Up Procedure
Connect the transformer and wait approximately 5 seconds. Enter a few Keypad commands and activate a zone to
be sure that the panel and Keypad are responding to inputs. If the Keypad does not respond and no LED
indicators come on, check for AC voltage at the AC terminals. If there is 16 VAC present, check that the Keypad
BELL
B
R5
R6
TO BELL
TERMINALS
A
A: EXTERNAL CABINET CONNECTIONS
B: INTERNAL CABINET CONNECTIONS
Zones 1 - 7
Z1 COM Z2
R4
R3
Zone 8
Z8A Z8B
R1
R2
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wiring is correct, and also check the Keypad/Auxiliary Supply fuse. If the fuse is open, check for a short between
the Keypad’s red and black leads before replacing the fuse.
Installing the Battery
If the Keypad responds normally when AC power is applied, connect the battery with the red lead to the positive
battery post and black lead to the negative battery post. Use the chart below to determine the required battery size
to achieve a 24-hour stand-by time. Note that the VAUX Load is the current drawn by detectors and other devices;
do not include Keypads in the VAUX Load figure.
Testing the System
Contact the monitoring station to request a transmission test. Arm the panel, wait for the Exit Delay to expire, and
then trip a detector on an instant circuit. Wait for the communication to complete, disarm panel, and check with the
monitoring station to confirm the transmission.
Battery Amp-hour Calculation Chart
VAUX
Load
0mA
50mA
100mA
150mA
200mA
250mA
Number of
Keypads
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
Battery Size
in Amp-hours
4
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.5
9.5
9.5
6.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
15
9.5
9.5
15
15
15
15
15
15
Check the Keypad’s display. If it indicates a trouble condition, follow the directions on the display to determine if
there is a system trouble. Trouble conditions are described in the Instruction Manual in Modes 02 and 09.
After testing, program the Exit Delay, Entry Delay and Bell/Siren Cut-off times to the desired values. Also, activate
any other features that are to be used.
Instructing the End User
Describe the system and its operation to an authorised user. Be sure to describe arming and disarming, all
enabled Keypad functions, bell or siren signals and the location of all protected areas. Assist the user in working
through examples of each type of command enabled on their system.
Provide users with the Instruction Manual and explain the importance of reading the manual and becoming familiar
with all aspects of system operation. Demonstrate how to test the system, and inform the user of their
responsibility to test the system on a regular basis.
It is also important that the end user be aware of the causes of false alarms, as most false alarms are due to a
user’s unfamiliarity with their system. The user should be made aware that false alarms are a nuisance, and that
repetitive false alarms may lead the local authorities to stop responding to alarms from their system.
GUIDELINES FOR LOCATING SMOKE DETECTORS
Experience has shown that all hostile fires in family living units generate smoke to a greater or lesser extent.
Experiments using typical fires in family living units indicate that detectable quantities of smoke precede detectable
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levels of heat in most cases. For these reasons, smoke detectors should be installed outside of each sleeping area
and on each additional story of the family unit.
The following information is for general guidance only and it is recommended that the smoke detector
manufacturer's literature be used for detailed installation instructions.
It is recommended that additional smoke detectors beyond those required be installed for increased protection. The
added areas include: basement, bedrooms, dining rooms, furnace room, utility room and hallways not protected by
the required detectors.
Figure 1: A smoke detector should be located between the sleeping area and the rest of the family unit.
Figure 2: In the family living units with more than one sleeping area, a smoke detector should be located to
Bedroom
Bedroom
Bedroom
Bedroom
Living
Room
Bedroom
Dining
Room
Basement
Kitchen
Living Room
ceiling. The corner where the ceiling and wall
meet is an air space into which the smoke may
4"
(0.1m)
protect each sleeping area.
Ceiling
Figure 3: A smoke detector should be located
on each story of the living unit.
4"
(0.1m)
Max.
Acceptable
here
NEVER
HERE
Family Room
12"
(0.3m)
Max.
Bedroom
Top of detector
acceptable here
Dining
Room
Living
Room
Kitchen
Bedroom
Wall
NOTE: Measurements shown are to
the closest edge of the detector.
Bedroom
Figure 4: Smoke detector mounting and “dead”
air space. The smoke from a fire generally rises
to the ceiling, spreads out across the ceiling
surface and begins to bank down from the
have difficulty penetrating. In most fires, this
“dead” air space measures about 4 in. (0.1m)
along the ceiling from the corner and about 4
in. (0.1m) down the wall as shown in Figure 4.
Detectors should not be placed in the dead air
space.
SERIAL PRINTER
CONNECTION
The DV8000 is capable of sending data to a
local printer.
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Programmable Output 1 is used as the serial output and the “Printer Ready” (PTR) terminal is used
as the busy signal (DTR) input. A signal ground must also be connected between the printer and the control panel.
Note that the printer must be capable of serial communication.
The DV8000 should work with most serial printers that have at least 1 kilobyte of buffer memory. Testing has
shown that the Star DP8340-M Serial Printer will function properly at 2400 baud with as much as 457m (1500
feet) of 4-conductor AWG 22 telephone cable between the printer and the control panel. However, it is
recommended that the length of the wiring between the printer and the control panel be kept as short as
possible. It is also recommended that a data transfer rate of 2400 baud or higher be used as greater
communication speed allows multiple alarm reports to be printed out quickly.
Compatible Printers
Printer
Star DP8340-M
Notes
Set DIP switches for 2400 baud
Switches 1, 5, 6 and 7 ON; switches 2, 3, 4 and 8 OFF
Citizen iDP3530
Citizen 200GX
Citizen iDP560rsl
Epson LX810
Requires Epson 8146 Serial Card
Configuring the Printer
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for configuring the printer and set the following:
• Serial interface
• Baud rate
• Parity = None
• Character Length = 8 bits
• Auto Linefeed = Off
• Character Set = American / Canadian
Connecting the Printer
Programming the Control Panel For Use with a Printer
Program the following to enable the control panel to send output to the printer:
Connectors, cables and resistors not
included with DV8000 control panel.
8 PIN
MODULAR
CONNECTOR
GRN
YEL
QUAD CABLE
AWG 22
RED
SIGNAL GROUND
GRN
DTR
YEL
RxD
RED
OR
DB-25
CONNECTOR
PIN 7
PIN 7
PIN 8
PIN 20
PIN 4
PIN 3
Consult the printer’s installation
manual for correct pin connections.
Mode 22 Address [035] Programmable Output 1: program as [22]
Program the desired data transfer rate.
Mode 22 Address [033]: program as [01] for 300 baud
program as [02] for 600 baud
program as [03] for 1200 baud
program as [04] for 2400 baud (default setting)
program as [05] for 4800 baud
KEYPAD FUNCTIONS
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Introduction
The keypad provides complete control of the DV8000 control panel. The keypad displays alarm and system
status information with an LED display. Four LED indicators are used to indicate at a glance that the system has
AC power, is either armed or ready to be armed, and that zones are bypassed.
The Keypad’s large easy-to-use keys are backlit for visibility in dim light, and a built-in sounder “beeps” as each
key is pressed. Three dedicated keys are provided to generate a fire, auxiliary or panic alarm with the touch of a
single button.
The Keypad is normally in a “Arm/Disarm mode”, where it is ready to accept an Access Code to arm or disarm the
system. In this mode, the display indicates the opening and closing of zones. The “Ready” light will come ON
when all zones are closed.
The system can be directed to perform functions such as Zone Bypassing, Displaying Trouble Conditions,
Displaying Alarm Memory, and so on by entering one of the [ ] commands described in the Instruction Manual.
Refer to Keypad [ ] Commands for information on the functions available. Pressing the [#] key or not making any
key entry for 2 minutes returns Keypad to the “Arm/Disarm” mode.
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Master Code
A default Master Code of [1234] is programmed at the factory, and should be changed when the control panel is
installed. The Master Code is used for arming and disarming the control panel, programming up to 15 additional
Access Codes using the [ ][03] command, and for entering other user functions. The Master Code and Access
Codes are stored in the panel’s EEPROM memory, and are retained even after complete AC and battery failure.
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Installer’s Programming Code
A default Installer’s Programming Code of [8000] is programmed at the factory. The code is used with various
programming commands to allow the installer to gain access to the system for control panel programming. The
Installer’s Programming Code may be changed by the Installer.
Keypad [∗] Commands
To enter a mode:
• Press [ ]
• Enter the Mode Number
• If required, enter the Master Code or an Access Code
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Mode 01: Bypass Zones; may be programmed to require the Master Code or an Access Code to bypass
Mode 02:
Trouble display. If a Trouble Condition exists, it will be indicated as described below:
TROUBLE GROUP 1
Trouble Light will FLASH
Zone Light will be ON
Light
Trouble Condition
Trouble Light will FLASH
Trouble Light will be ON
Zone Light will FLASH
Zone Light will FLASH
Light
Trouble Condition
Light
Trouble Condition
1
Zone 1 Trouble
1
AC Power Failure
1
Auxiliary Alarm
2
Zone 2 Trouble
2
Low Battery
2
Not Used
3
Zone 3 Trouble
3
Fire Zone Trouble
3
Schedule 1: Fail to Arm
4
Zone 4 Trouble
4
Bell/Siren Trouble
4
Schedule 2: Fail to Arm
5
Zone 5 Trouble
5
Auxiliary Fuse Open
5
Schedule 3: Fail to Arm
6
Zone 6 Trouble
6
Communication Trouble
6
Printer Not Ready
7
Zone 7 Trouble
7
Ground Fault
7
EEPROM Trouble
8
Not Used
8
Reset Clock
8
Communications
Disconnected
• Press [9] to display the next
Trouble Condition Group.
• Press [9] to display the next
Trouble Condition Group.
TROUBLE GROUP 2
TROUBLE GROUP 3
• Press [#] to return to the Arm/
Disarm Mode.
Mode 03: Edit Access Codes;
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KEYPAD FUNCTIONS
Master Code must be entered to edit Access Codes
Mode 04:
Reset Type 2 Zones and activate Programmable Output 3 for 2 seconds
Mode 05:
Utility Output 1 to 3: used to activate an external device
Mode 06:
Multiple functions, adjustments, and testing:
01 Set The Time (HH:MM)
02 Set The Date (DD/MM)
03 Set The Day of The Week
04 Quick-Arm Select
06 Activate Bell for 3 Seconds
07 Activate All Programmable Outputs for 3 Seconds
08 Activate Buzzer for 3 Seconds
10 Auto-Arm Time of Day for Schedule 1
12 Auto-Arm Time of Day for Schedule 2
14 Auto-Arm Time of Day for Schedule 3
16 Day Assignment for Schedule 1
17 Day Assignment for Schedule 2
18 Day Assignment for Schedule 3
20 Auto-Arm Schedule 1 ON/OFF
22 Auto-Arm Schedule 2 ON/OFF
24 Auto-Arm Schedule 3 ON/OFF
Mode 07:
Set “door chime” zones; Keypad will beep each time a zone is opened or closed
Mode 08:
Zone Alarms Memory Display
Mode 09:
Trouble Alarms Memory Display
Mode 10:
Keypad Panic Alarms Memory Display
Mode 11:
Send user message
Mode 12:
Display last user who armed/disarmed Group A
Mode 13:
Display last user who armed/disarmed Group B
Mode 14:
Display last user who armed/disarmed Group C
Mode 15:
Display last user who armed/disarmed Group D
Mode 16:
Print Event Buffer
Mode 17:
Check for identical Access Codes
Mode 18:
For Future Use
Mode 19:
For Future Use
Mode 20:
Installer Programming Mode 20
Mode 21:
Installer Programming Mode 21
Mode 22:
Installer Programming Mode 22
Mode 23:
Installer Programming Mode 23
Mode 25:
Test Mode / Tamper Restore
Mode 26:
Clear Event Buffer
Mode 27:
Print Installer’s Programming
Mode 29:
Transmission of Installer Messages
Mode 30:
Installer Default Programming Mode
Mode 99:
Language Select
Refer to the Instruction Manual for descriptions of all Keypad user functions.
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PROGRAMMING SECTIONS
Entering Hexadecimal Numbers
Some Installer Programming Sections require that hexadecimal (base 16) numbers be entered. To enter the hex
numbers A through F, two keys on the Keypad are pressed at the same time, as described below:
For hex number...
Press...
A ..................... 1 and 2 keys simultaneously
B ..................... 2 and 3 keys simultaneously
C ..................... 4 and 5 keys simultaneously
D ..................... 5 and 6 keys simultaneously
A
B
C
D
E
F
E ..................... 7 and 8 keys simultaneously
F ..................... 8 and 9 keys simultaneously
Programming the Panel
Install the control panel and make the wiring connections as described in the Installation section of this manual.
Apply power to the panel and program the system as described in the Programming Section of this panel. When
programming is complete, test the system to ensure that all programmed functions work properly.
Programming and the Memory Security Jumper
If the Memory Security Feature is enabled (Mode 22 Address [003], Light 4), the pins marked “LK6” must be
shorted using a plug-in jumper. If the pins are not shorted, the control panel will not allow any Installer
Programming to be performed. Note that the jumper must be removed after Installer Programming is complete.
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PROGRAMMING SECTIONS
Restoring The Factory Default Program
In the event that the Installer’s Code is erased through an error in programming, it is possible to restore the panel’s
factory default program.
1 Remove all power from control panel
2 Using a jumper, short the pins marked “LK6”
3 Apply power to the control panel
4 The “Program”, “Ready”, “Armed” and “Bypass” lights will flash.
• Enter a number on the Keypad, the press the the [ ] Key. This selects the item or group of items that will
be restored to the factory default program. Enter a number from the list below:
Press... Items to Restore to Default
Indicated by...
0
All data
Zone Lights 1 through 8
1
Master Code only
Zone Light 1
2
Access Codes only
Zone Light 2
For Future Use
Zone Light 3
3
4
For Future Use
Zone Light 4
5
All Reporting Data
Zone Light 5
For Future Use
Zone Light 6
6
7
Group Data (Zones and Access Code assignments)
Zone Light 7
8
Zone Types
Zone Light 8
9
All items in Options 5 through 8
Zone Lights 5 through 8
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After a number from 0 to 9 is pressed, press [ ] to enter the selection.
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• The “Memory” light will flash after the [ ] Key is pressed. When the “Memory” light stops flashing, the
selected items have been restored to their factory settings. Select another programming function or press [#]
to exit.
WARNING: If Mode 22 Address 004 Light 2 has been selected, the default Installer’s Code will not be restored by
the method described above. This feature is designed to prevent an unauthorised person from restoring
the factory default programming and then using the default Installer’s Code to reprogram the panel.
Contact your Sur-Gard distributor for more information.
NOTE: The factory default program may also be restored by entering Mode 30.
Entering Installer Programming Modes
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1 Press the [ ] key
2 The “Program” light will flash.
3 Enter two digits to access the desired mode. For example, press [2][0] to enter Mode 20.
4 The “Ready” light will flash and the “Program” light will be steadily illuminated.
5 Enter the Installer’s Code
6 The “Memory” light will flash and the “Program” and “Ready” lights will be steadily illuminated. This indicates
that the DV8000 is now waiting for an Address to be entered.
7 Enter three digits to access the desired address. For example, press [0][2][0] to enter Address [020]. The
“Memory” light will be steadily illuminated and the Zone Lights will indicate the data presently programmed at
the Address.
Keypad Editing Commands
Several keypad commands are available when editing the Installer’s Programming:
Function
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Press...
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Advance to next Address
[ ]
Return to previous Address
[ ] and [#] together
Go to a new Address
[#] then enter the Address Number
Exit Programming Mode
[#] then [#] again
Scroll one digit right
[0] and [#] together
Scroll one digit left
[ ] and [0] together
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PROGRAMMING SECTIONS
Addresses Containing Hexadecimal Data
Zone Lights 5 to 8 are used to indicate the data presently programmed at the Address. One digit is shown at a
time, beginning with the first digit. To review all digits, use the “[0] and [#]” and the “[ ] and [0]” commands to
scroll right and left.
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Data Representation
The hexadecimal numbers 0 through F are represented on the Zone Lights in a binary format, as shown below:
Zone Light:
5
6
7
8
0
= Light ON
= Light OFF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
For example, if only Zone Light 8 is ON, the digit represented is “1”. If zone Light 7 is ON, the digit represented
is “2”.
“Light ON / Light OFF” Addresses
Some Addresses allow options and functions to be enabled or disabled by turning Zone Lights ON and
OFF. When an Address of this type is entered, Zone Lights 1 to 8 will indicate which options have been
enabled or disabled.
Generally, when a Zone Light is ON, that feature is enabled; when a Zone Light is OFF, that feature is disabled.
To turn a feature on or off, enter a number from 1 to 8. If the feature was disabled when the number was
entered, it will be enabled and the Zone Light will come ON. If the feature was enabled when the number is
entered, it will be disabled and the Zone Light will be turned OFF.
To turn all of the lights ON, press [4] and [6] together.
To turn all of the lights OFF, press [7] and [9] together.
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PROGRAMMING SECTIONS
8 After an Address is entered, the following operations can be performed:
Change Address Data
The data displayed at the Address may be changed by keying in the new data. After programming the new
data, the Keypad will automatically advance to the next Address. Note that the Keypad will not automatically
advance from “Light ON / Light OFF” Addresses.
Save Changes and Advance to Next Address
Save any programming changes entered and advance to the next Address by pressing the [ ] key.
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Display Any Address
Move to any Address by pressing [#] Key. The “Memory” light will flash when the [#] Key is pressed; enter the
3-digit number of the desired Address.
NOTE: When the Keypad is waiting for an Address to be entered (the “Memory” light will be flashing), press the
[ ] Key to enter a new Installer‘s Mode.
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For example, to move from Mode 20 to Mode 21, press the [#] Key to make the “Memory” light flash. With
the “Memory” light flashing, press the [ ] Key, then press [2][1] to enter Mode 21. Note that the Installer’s
Code does not need to be entered to move between Installer Modes.
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PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUT TYPES
The operation of the output terminal PGM OUT may be programmed. Enter the number of the desired function in Mode
22 Addresses [035] through [037].
01 Kiss-off Signal
When programmed as [01], the output will be activated for 3 seconds following the confirmation (kissoff) signal
indicating that messages transmitted from the control panel have been received at the monitoring station.
02 DVACS Communication Problem
If the system is unsuccessful in communicating with the monitoring station, a Fail to Communicate (Line Cut)
trouble will be generated. If a later attempt to communicate is successful, the trouble condition will be cleared.
03 Courtesy Light
This output option is designed to be used with a light that comes on when the Entry or Exit Delay is activated.
For example, a light in the hallway leading to the Keypad would come on when the entry door is opened. When
the Entry Delay begins, the output will be activated for approximately 2 minutes. The output will remain active
even if the Entry Delay expires or an alarm is generated.
04 Follow Bell / Siren
When programmed as [04], the output is activated whenever the BELL output is activated.
05 Follow Group A Armed / Disarmed Status
When programmed as [05], the output will be “on” whenever Group A is armed, and the output will be “off”
whenever Group A is disarmed.
06 Follow Group B Armed / Disarmed Status
When programmed as [06], the output will be “on” whenever Group B is armed, and the output will be “off”
whenever Group B is disarmed.
07 Follow Group C Armed / Disarmed Status
When programmed as [07], the output will be “on” whenever Group C is armed, and the output will be “off”
whenever Group C is disarmed.
08 Follow Group D Armed / Disarmed Status
When programmed as [08], the output will be “on” whenever Group D is armed, and the output will be “off”
whenever Group D is disarmed.
09 Follow Group A Ready Status
When programmed as [09], the output will be “on” whenever Group A is disarmed and in the “ready” state; the
output will be “off” whenever Group A is armed or otherwise not in the “ready” state. The output will be pulsed
during the Exit Delay Time for Group A.
10 Follow Group B Ready Status
When programmed as [10], the output will be “on” whenever Group B is disarmed and in the “ready” state; the
output will be “off” whenever Group B is armed or otherwise not in the “ready” state. The output will be pulsed
during the Exit Delay Time for Group B.
11 Follow Group C Ready Status
When programmed as [11], the output will be “on” whenever Group C is disarmed and in the “ready” state; the
output will be “off” whenever Group C is armed or otherwise not in the “ready” state. The output will be pulsed
during the Exit Delay Time for Group C.
12 Follow Group D Ready Status
When programmed as [12], the output will be “on” whenever Group D is disarmed and in the “ready” state; the
output will be “off” whenever Group D is armed or otherwise not in the “ready” state. The output will be pulsed
during the Exit Delay Time for Group D.
13 Utility Output (Mode 04 or 05) No Code
When programmed as [13], the output will be activated when Mode 04 or Mode 05 is entered; an Access Code
will not be required to activate the output. Refer to the Instruction Manual for more information.
14 Utility Output (Mode 04 or 05) Any Code
When programmed as [14], the output will be activated when Mode 04 or Mode 05 is entered and any valid
Access Code is keyed in. Refer to the Instruction Manual for more information.
15 Utility Output (Mode 04 or 05) Keypad Control
When programmed as [15], the output will be activated when the [4] and [5] keys are pressed simultaneously.
Refer to the Instruction Manual for more information.
16 Utility Output (Mode 04 or 05), Group A Code
When programmed as [16], the output will be activated when Mode 04 or Mode 05 is entered and any valid
Access Code assigned to Group A is keyed in.
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Programmable Output Types
17 Utility Output (Mode 04 or 05), Group B Code
When programmed as [17], the output will be activated when Mode 04 or Mode 05 is entered and any valid
Access Code assigned to Group B is keyed in.
18 Utility Output (Mode 04 or 05), Group C Code
When programmed as [18], the output will be activated when Mode 04 or Mode 05 is entered and any valid
Access Code assigned to Group C is keyed in.
19 Utility Output (Mode 04 or 05), Group D Code
When programmed as [19], the output will be activated when Mode 04 or Mode 05 is entered and any valid
Access Code assigned to Group D is keyed in.
20 Follow Chime
When programmed as [20], the output will be activated after any zone set as a “door chime” in Mode 07 is
opened.
21 Follow Buzzer
When programmed as [21], the output will be activated whenever the Keypad buzzer sounds.
22 Serial Printer Output
When programmed as [22], a serial printer may be connected to Programmable Output 1. Refer to the Serial
Printer Connection section of this manual.
23 For Future Use
24 Strobe Output
When programmed as [24], the output will be activated whenever the bell is activated, and will remain activated
until a valid code is entered.
25 30-Minute Strobe Output
When programmed as [25], the output will be activated whenever the bell is activated, and will remain activated
for 30 minutes or until a valid code is entered.
26 Bell/Siren Output for Group A
When programmed as [26], the output will be activated when the BELL output is activated during a Group A
alarm.
27 Bell /Siren Output for Group B
When programmed as [27], the output will be activated when the BELL output is activated during a Group B
alarm.
28 Bell /Siren Output for Group C
When programmed as [28], the output will be activated when the BELL output is activated during a Group C
alarm.
29 Bell /Siren Output for Group D
When programmed as [29], the output will be activated when the BELL output is activated during a Group D
alarm.
30 Follow Auto-Arm Buzzer
When programmed as [30], the output will be activated when the Auto-Arm buzzer sounds.
31 Follow Away Status
When programmed as [31], the output will be activated when any group is armed and in Away status.
32 Follow Trouble Status
When programmed as [32], the output will be activated when the “Trouble” light comes ON.
33 Follow Low Battery Status
When programmed as [33], the output will be activated when the battery voltage falls below 11.3V under load.
34 Follow Fire Status
When programmed as [34], the output will be activated when any Fire Zone is in alarm.
35 Follow AC Status
When programmed as [35], the output will be activated when an AC power failure occurs.
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Programmable Output Types
Remote Control of Programmable Outputs, Bell Output and Keypad Sounder
Note: All the Programmable Outputs, the Bell and the Keypad Sounder can be controlled by the central station.
Each can be activated by the following commands:
Command
Ax
Bx
Cx
Dx
Action
Turn ON
Turn OFF
Pulse Once for 1 Second
Flash (continued pulsing; does not apply to the Bell output)
A command from the central station always has priority over the normal programmed function. The only exception
applies when Programmable Output 1 is programmed for use with a printer.
For remote controlled operation, the central station accesses the outputs as control pointed according to the
following:
Control Point (x)
1
2
3
4
5
Output
Programmable Output 1
Programmable Output 2
Keypad Sounder
Bell
Programmable Output 3
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PROGRAMMING MODE 20
RS-232 / 10mA Loop DVACS Option
Either an RS-232 connection or 10mA loop may be used as the interface between the DV8000 and the F1/F2
subset. The interface option is selected by setting the jumpers “LK1”, “LK2”, “LK3”, “LK4” and “LK5” on the
DV8000 Control Panel.
To use the RS-232 option, all jumpers must be set to the “V” position.
To use the 10mA loop option, all jumpers must be set to the “C” position.
Refer to the Hook-Up Diagram in this manual for the location of the jumpers on the DV8000 Control Panel.
It is important that all jumpers be set in the same position. If the jumpers are improperly configured,
damage to the F1/F2 subset or the DV8000 may occur.
[000] - [019]
[020]
For Future Use
Panel Identification Code
Address [020] contains the control panel identification code. Enter a 2-digit number in this Address.
[021]
All Call Select
All Call Options
The “All Call” function allows control panels to transmit alarms to the central station immediately without having to
wait to be polled. An “All Call” command is transmitted from the central station after every eighth control panel is
polled. If a control panel is in alarm when it receives that “All Call” command, it can transmit the alarm if it has
been programmed to respond to the command.
All Call Programming Recommendations
• The control panel should be programmed to respond to one “All Call” command only
• Response to All Call 1 and All Call 2 should be evenly divided amongst all systems polled by the central station
• Two systems connected to the same modem (F1/F2 subset) should each have a different All Call response
selected
• With Automatic All Call Selection, both odd and even identification codes should be programmed
• No Response on All Call should be selected for installations with lower security requirements
• When more than two systems are connected to the same modem, the third and any additional systems should be
programmed for No Response on All Call
In Address [021], enter a 1-digit code from the options below:
0
No Response on All Call
1
Response on All Call 1 Only
2
Response on All Call 2 Only
3
Response on All Call 1 and 2
4
Automatic All Call Selection. Odd identification codes will respond to All Call 1;
even identification codes will respond to All Call 2
Note: Enter a digit from 0 to 4 only. Entering a number greater that 4 will
select Option 4.
[022]
All Call Answer
The security system may transmit both alarms and restorals on the All Call command. However, it is preferable to
program the system to transmit the alarms only, and then to wait to be polled before transmitting the restoral
codes.
Enter 0 or 1 for one of the options shown below:
[023] - [100]
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0
All Call Answer on Alarm and Restoral
1
All Call Answer on Alarm Only
For Future Use
Programming Mode 20
[101] - [115]
Zone Definitions
Program a 1-digit Zone Definition at each address from [101] through [115]. Refer to the Zone Definitions section
of this manual for information on the available zone types.
Note: Addresses [109] through [115] are used for Trouble Conditions on Zones 1 through 7 when end-of-line
resistor zones are used. Do not assign Zone Types 5, 6, A or E to these zones.
Zone Definitions
Each zone can be programmed with 1 of 15 different definitions. To assign a definition to a zone or other alarm,
enter a value from the list below at the desired Address.
Data
Zone Definition
0
24-Hour Silent
1
24-Hour Audible
2
24-Hour Pulsed Bell (Fire)
3
Day Loop (silent day, audible night)
4
Day Loop and Buzzer
5
Delay 1
6
Delay / Instant
7
Instant
8
Buzzer Only (no report)
9
No Alarm
A
Delay 2
B
Probation (No alarm, but event is recorded in memory; option is
functional only when panel is armed)
C
10-second Buzzer (with report)
D
24-hour Tamper Loop
E
Delay / Instant (Home and Away)
Zone Type 0: 24-Hour Silent
This type of zone will be active even when the control panel is disarmed. When a 24-Hour Silent zone is tripped, it
will be reported to the monitoring station and the event will be stored in memory. However, the alarm will be silent:
the bell/siren will not sound, and no alarm indication will appear on the Keypad. If the zone is left open, the
“Ready” light will be OFF.
Zone Type 1: 24-Hour Audible
This type of zone will be active even when the control panel is disarmed. When a 24-Hour Audible zone is tripped, it
will be reported to the monitoring station and the event will be stored in memory. Also, the bell/siren will sound and
the alarm will be indicated on the Keypad.
If the zone is left open, a Zone Light will be ON to indicate the open zone and the “Ready” light will be OFF.
Zone Type 2: 24-Hour Pulsed Bell (Fire)
This type of zone functions in the same manner as the 24-Hour Audible type, but the bell/siren will sound in an
on-off pulsed mode. The BELL output alternate between being ON for 2 seconds, and then OFF for 2 seconds
until the Bell Timeout elapses or the alarm is restored. All Type 2 Zones are latching zones. Type 2 Zones must
be restored by entering Mode 04. Note that Type 2 Zones may not be bypassed.
Zone Type 3: Day Loop (Silent Day/Audible Night)
“Day” refers to the time the control panel is disarmed, and “night” refers to the time the control panel is armed. This
type of zone functions in the same manner as the 24-Hour Audible zone. However, the BELL output will only be
activated if the system is armed.
Zone Type 4: Day Loop and Buzzer
This type of zone functions in a manner similar to the Day Loop zone. When an alarm is generated, the Keypad
sounder will emit a constant tone until the alarm is acknowledged. To silence the Keypad, enter Mode 2, 8, 9 or 10.
Zone Type 5: Delay 1
Zones defined as Delay 1 types will provide an Exit/Entry Delay of up to 99 seconds to allow the user to arm the
system and leave the premises, or enter the premises and disarm the system. The Exit Delay and Entry Delay
are programmed at Mode 22 Addresses [021] and [023].
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Programming Mode 20
If the zone is still open when the Exit or Entry Delay expires, an alarm will be generated and the bell/siren will
sound. Also, refer to Mode 20 Address [732] Alarm-on-Exit Code for more information on alarms and delay zones.
Note that the abort or delayed transmission feature does not apply for this zone type.
Zone Type 6: Delay/Instant
This zone definition is designed for use with motion detectors in the exit/entry path. If a Delay 1 or Delay 2 zone is
activated and an Exit or Entry Delay is in progress, all Delay/Instant zones will also feature the same delay time.
For example, a door contact on the exit/entry door could be programmed as a Delay 1 or Delay 2 zone, and the
motion detector in a hallway leading to the Keypad could be programmed as a Delay/Instant zone. When the door
is opened, the Entrance Delay begins; when the motion detector is activated, the Entrance Delay is initiated on the
Delay/Instant zone to allow time to reach the Keypad.
If Delay/Instant zone is activated without there being an Exit or Entry Delay in progress, an alarm will be generated
instantly and the bell/siren will sound.
Zone Type 7: Instant
This zone definition is designed for use on door and window contacts. Activating this zone will instantly generate an
alarm whenever the system is armed, even during the Exit/Entry Delay periods. When activated, the bell/siren will
sound.
Zone Type 8: Buzzer Only
This zone type will cause the Keypad sounder to “beep” continuously until the alarm is restored. The bell/siren will
not sound, and the event is not reported to the monitoring station but will be stored in alarm event memory.
Zone Type 9: No Alarm
Use this zone definition for zones which are not used or for zones that are to be permanently bypassed. When an
unused zone is programmed with this definition, note that a resistor need not be connected between the unused
zone terminal and a COM terminal.
Zone Type A: Delay 2
Functions in the same manner as a Delay 1 zone, but may be assigned a different Entry Delay time. The Entry
Delay time for Delay 2 zones is programmed in Mode 22 Address [022].
Zone Type B: Probation
This zone definition is used primarily for system testing; Probation alarms do not sound the bell or siren, and are not
reported to the monitoring station. When activated while the panel is disarmed, an alarm will be indicated on the
Keypad but the event will not be recorded in alarm memory; only when activated while the panel is armed will the
event will be recorded in alarm memory. If a Probation zone is left open while the system is disarmed, the condition
will be indicated on the Keypad.
Zone Type C: 10-Second Buzzer with Report
Like a 24-Hour zone, this type of zone is active whether the panel is armed or disarmed. When tripped, the bell/
siren will not sound but the Keypad sounder will produce a short “beep” every 10 seconds. The alarm will also be
reported to the monitoring station and the event will be recorded in alarm memory.
Zone Type D: 24-Hour Tamper Zone
This zone definition is similar in operation to a 24-Hour Audible zone. 24-Hour Tamper Zones are active whether or
not the panel is armed or disarmed. When tripped, the alarm cannot be reset by the user; the Installer’s Code is
required to reset the alarm. For more information, refer to Mode 25 Test Mode and Tamper Restore.
Zone Type E: Delay/Instant (Home and Away)
This zone type is similar to the Type 6 Delay/Instant zone. If a Delay 1 or Delay 2 Zone is not opened during the
Exit Delay, all Type E zones will be automatically bypassed. This feature is designed to allow the user to
automatically bypass all interior zones when they wish to arm the system and remain on the premises (“home”
status).
If a Delay 1 or Delay 2 zone is opened during the Exit Delay, all Type E zones will function in the same manner as
Type 6 zones (“away” status).
NOTE: Home-Away zones should not be shared between Groups. For example, if Zone 6 is assigned to both
Groups A and B, it should not be defined as a Home-Away zone.
[116] - [228]
20
For Future Use
Programming Mode 20
[229] - [269]
Trouble Definitions
Program a 1-digit Trouble Definition at each address from [229] through [269]. Do not assign type 5, 6, A or E to
the Trouble Definitions. The Trouble Definitions are programmed at the addresses listed here:
Address
[229]
[230]
[231]
[232]
[233]
[234]
[235]
[236]
[237]
[238]
[239]
[240]
[241]
[242]
[243]
[244]
[245] - [265]
[266]
[267]
[268]
[269]
Restore Code
Auxiliary Zone Alarm
Printer Failure
Fire Trouble
AC Failure
Auxiliary Power Fuse
Siren Cut
Low Battery
Fire Alarm
DVAC Line Fault
For Future Use
EEPROM Failure
Fail to Arm Schedule 1
Fail to Arm Schedule 2
Fail to Arm Schedule 3
For Future Use
Ground Fault
For Future Use
Fire Key Alarm
Panic Key Alarm
Auxiliary Key Alarm
Invalid Code
[270] - [300]
For Future Use
[301] - [315]
Alarm and Restoral Codes for Zones 1 to 8
and Trouble Zones 1 to 7
Program a 2-digit Alarm Code at each address from [301] through [315].
[316] - [428]
For Future Use
[429] - [444]
Trouble Alarm and Restoral Reporting Codes
Program a 2-digit Trouble Alarm Reporting Code at each address from [429] through [444]. The reporting codes
for each Trouble Condition are programmed at the addresses as shown below:
Address
[429]
[430]
[431]
[432]
[433]
[434]
[435]
[436]
[437]
[438]
[439]
[440]
[441]
[442]
[443]
[444]
Trouble Condition
Auxiliary Zone Alarm
Printer Failure
Fire Trouble
AC Failure
Auxiliary Power Fuse
Siren Cut
Low Battery
Fire Alarm
DVAC Line Fault
For Future Use
EEPROM Failure
Fail to Arm on Schedule 1
Fail to Arm on Schedule 2
Fail to Arm on Schedule 3
For Future Use
Ground Fault
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Programming Mode 20
[445] - [465]
For Future Use
[466] - [469]
Keypad Alarm Reporting Codes
Program a 2-digit Keypad Alarm Reporting Code at each address from [466] through [469]. The reporting codes
for each Keypad Alarm are programmed at the addresses listed here:
Address
[466]
Keypad Alarm
Fire Key Alarm
This code will be transmitted when the Fire Key is pressed.
[467]
Panic Key Alarm
This code will be transmitted when the Panic Key is pressed.
[468]
Medical Key Alarm
This code will be transmitted when the Medical Key is pressed.
[469]
Invalid Code
This code will be transmitted after 5 consecutive attempts to enter an incorrect Access
Code are made
[470] - [715] For Future Use
About Function Bytes
Function Bytes are 2-digit hexadecimal codes used when communicating with the central station. Function Bytes
are used to have the central station receiver print or display various messages. Refer to Appendix C: 4/2 Format
with Sur-Gard Schedule 3A for a list of the messages that will be printed or displayed with each 2-digit hexadecimal
code.
[716]
User Messages Function Byte
Mode 11 is used to “transmit” up to 16 different messages to the central station. User Messages are pre-defined at
the central station; the system transmits a code to the central station to have the desired message printed or
displayed at the receiver. The User Message Function Byte determines which printer message will be used when
user messages are “transmitted”.
The default setting is “1E”; the message printed at the central station will be:
Optn3 AlmZnA0 (A7) for User Messages 1 through 8
Optn3 RstZnA0 (A7) for User Messages 9 through 16
To change the User Message Function Byte, enter a 2-digit hexadecimal code in this Address. Refer to Appendix
C: 4/2 Format with Sur-Gard Schedule 3A for a list of the messages that will be printed or displayed with each 2digit hexadecimal code.
[717]
User Number for Messages Function Byte
When Mode 11 is used to “transmit” a user message to the central station, the user will be identified by access
code. The User Number for Messages Function Byte determines which printer message will be used when the
user number is identified.
The default setting is “10”; the message printed at the central station will be:
Inst AlmZn30 (3F) for user numbers 1 through 16
To change the User Number for Messages Function Byte, enter a 2-digit hexadecimal code in this Address. Refer
to Appendix C: 4/2 Format with Sur-Gard Schedule 3A for a list of the messages that will be printed or displayed
with each 2-digit hexadecimal code.
[718] - [723]
22
For Future Use
Programming Mode 20
[724]
Installer Messages Function Byte
Up to 16 messages can be displayed at the monitoring station to indicate that the Installer is on the premises or
that service is being performed. The Installer Messages are displayed by entering Mode 29; when Mode 29 is
entered and a message is selected, the system transmits a reporting code to the monitoring station.
The function byte determines the message to be printed at the monitoring station. The default setting is “1F”; the
message printed at the central station will be:
Optn3 AlmZnA8 (AF) for Installer Messages 1 through 8
Optn3 RstZnA8 (AF) for Installer Messages 9 through 16
To change the Installer Messages Function Byte, enter a 2-digit hexadecimal code in this Address. Refer to
Appendix C: 4/2 Format with Sur-Gard Schedule 3A for a list of the messages that will be printed or displayed with
each 2-digit hexadecimal code.
[725] - [731]
[732]
For Future Use
Alarm on Exit Code
The Alarm on Exit Code will be transmitted if a zone is in alarm or in a trouble condition during the Exit Delay time.
The Alarm on Exit Code only be transmitted to report zone alarm or zone trouble conditions; the code will not be
transmitted for other trouble conditions.
[733]
For Future Use
[734]
Test Mode Function Byte
When Mode 25 is used to test the system, the system will report that testing is underway to the central station.
The Test Mode Function Byte determines which printer message will be used when testing is reported.
The default setting is “6C”; the message printed at the central station will be:
Alm Zn E0 for “testing started” indication
Rst Zn E0 for “testing finished” indication
To change the Test Mode Function Byte, enter a 2-digit hexadecimal code in this Address. Refer to Appendix C: 4/
2 Format with Sur-Gard Schedule 3A for a list of the messages that will be printed or displayed with each 2-digit
hexadecimal code.
[735]
Number of Zones Not Tested Function Byte
When testing using Mode 25 is completed, the system will report how many zones were not tested. The Number of
Zones Not Tested Function Byte determines which printer message will be used when the number of untested
zones is reported.
The default setting is “00”; the message printed at the central station will be:
Burg1 RstZnXX where XX represents the number of untested zones
To change the Number of Zones Not Tested Function Byte, enter a 2-digit hexadecimal code in this Address.
Refer to Appendix C: 4/2 Format with Sur-Gard Schedule 3A for a list of the messages that will be printed or
displayed with each 2-digit hexadecimal code.
[736] - [743]
[744]
For Future Use
Cancel Alarm Code
∗
The Cancel Alarm Code is transmitted when the user cancels an alarm using the [ ][7] Cancel Alarm function.
When an alarm is cancelled, the 2-digit Alarm Cancel Code is transmitted, followed by the user code to indicate
which user cancelled the alarm.
[745] - [800]
[801]
For Future Use
No Restoral Reports for Zones 1 - 8
Alarm restoral reports can be disabled for each individual zone. When this Address is entered, the Zone Lights will
indicate which zones will generate alarm restoral reports:
• if a Zone Light is ON, no alarm restoral report will be generated
• if a Zone Light is OFF, an alarm restoral report will be generated
To turn Zone Lights ON or OFF, press the number key for the desired zone.
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Programming Mode 20
[802]
No Restoral Reports for Troubles on Zones 1 - 7
Zone trouble restoral reports can be disabled for each individual zone. When this Address is entered, the Zone
Lights will indicate which zones will generate trouble restoral reports:
• if a Zone Light is ON, no trouble restoral report will be generated
• if a Zone Light is OFF, a trouble restoral report will be generated
To turn Zone Lights ON or OFF, press the number key for the desired zone.
[803]
No Restoral Reports for Miscellaneous Alarms 1
Restoral reports for the events described below can be disabled. When this Address is entered, the Zone Lights
will indicate which events will generate trouble restoral reports:
• if a Zone Light is ON, no restoral report will be generated
• if a Zone Light is OFF, a restoral report will be generated
Zone Light
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Event
Auxiliary Alarm
Printer Failure
Fire Trouble
Auxiliary Power Fuse
Ground Fault
Siren Cut
For Future Use
Fire Alarm
To turn Zone Lights ON or OFF, press the number key for the desired zone.
[804]
No Restoral Reports for Miscellaneous Alarms 2
Restoral reports for the events described below can be disabled. When this Address is entered, the Zone Lights
will indicate which events will generate trouble restoral reports:
• if a Zone Light is ON, no restoral report will be generated
• if a Zone Light is OFF, a restoral report will be generated
Zone Light
1
2
3
4
5
Event
For Future Use
DVAC Failure
AC Failure
Low Battery
For Future Use
6
For Future Use
7
For Future Use
8
For Future Use
To turn Zone Lights ON or OFF, press the number key for the desired zone.
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PROGRAMMING MODE 21
[001] - [008]
Group Zone Assignments
[001]
[002]
[003]
Group A Zone Assignment
For Future Use
Group B Zone Assignment
[004]
[005]
[006]
[007]
For Future Use
Group C Zone Assignment
For Future Use
Group D Zone Assignment
[008] For Future Use
When an Address is entered, the 8 zone lights on the keypad will be used to indicate which zones have been
assigned to which Groups.
• When a zone light is OFF, that zone has not been assigned to the group
• When a zone light is ON, that zone has been assigned to the group
For example, enter Address [001]. With the factory default program in place, zone lights 1 through 8 will be ON,
indicating that zones 1 through 8 have been assigned to Group A.
To select a zone, press the number key corresponding to the desired zone light. For example, in Address [001],
press 1 to select zone 1, 2 to select zone 2, and so on. When in other Addresses, refer to the Programming
Worksheets to determine which zone lights represent which zones.
Pressing a number key to select a zone will either turn the desired zone light ON or OFF:
• If the zone light is ON, pressing the key will shut the light OFF
• If the zone light is OFF, pressing the number key will turn the light ON
Note: When using end-of-line resistor zones, trouble zones will be assigned to the same group as their respective
alarm zones.
[009] - [010]
Group A Access Code Assignment
When an Address is entered, zone lights 1 to 8 on the keypad will be used to indicate which Access Codes have
been assigned to the group.
• When a zone light is OFF, that Access Code has not been assigned to the group
• When a zone light is ON, that Access Code has been assigned to the group
For example, enter Address [009]. With the factory default program in place, zone lights 1 through 8 will be ON,
indicating that Access Codes 1 to 8 have been assigned to Group A.
To select an Access Code, press the number key corresponding to the desired zone light. For example, in
Address [009], press 1 to select Access Code 1, 2 to select Access Code 2, and so on.
Pressing a number key to select an Access Code will either turn the desired zone light ON or OFF:
• If the zone light is ON, pressing the key will shut the light OFF
• If the zone light is OFF, pressing the number key will turn the light ON
[011] - [016]
[017]
For Future Use
Group A Special Access Code Assignment
User Numbers 65 through 70 are used to assign the Auto-Arming, Quick-Arming, Keyswitch Arming and
Central Station Arming functions to Group A. For these functions to be operational for Group A, they must be
selected in this section.
Refer to the Programming Worksheets for information on which Code is used for which feature. To enable
these features for a Group, turn the desired Zone Light ON by pressing the corresponding number key. If a
feature is assigned to the Group, its Zone Light will be ON; if a feature is not assigned, its Zone Light will be
OFF.
When these events occur, they will be reported to the central station by User Numbers 65 through 70.
[018] - [024]
For Future Use
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Programming Mode 21
[025] - [026]
Group B Access Code Assignment
Refer to Addresses [009] - [010] for information on selecting Access Codes.
[027] - [032]
[033]
For Future Use
Group B Special Access Code Assignment
This address is used to assign the Auto-Arming, Quick-Arming, Keyswitch Arming and Central Station Arming
functions to Group B. Refer to Address [017] for programming instructions.
[034] - [040]
For Future Use
[041] - [042]
Group C Access Code Assignment
Refer to Addresses [009] - [010] for information on selecting Access Codes.
[043] - [048]
[049]
For Future Use
Group C Special Access Code Assignment
This address is used to assign the Auto-Arming, Quick-Arming, Keyswitch Arming and Central Station Arming
functions to Group C. Refer to Address [017] for programming instructions.
[050] - [056]
For Future Use
[057] - [058]
Group D Access Code Assignment
Refer to Addresses [009] - [010] for information on selecting Access Codes.
[059] - [064]
[065]
For Future Use
Group D Special Access Code Assignment
This address is used to assign the Auto-Arming, Quick-Arming, Keyswitch Arming and Central Station Arming
functions to Group D. Refer to Address [017] for programming instructions.
[066] - [079]
[080]
For Future Use
Bypass Inhibit
This feature prevents selected zones from being bypassed using the Mode 01 bypass command. When an Address
is entered, the 8 zone lights on the keypad will be used to indicate which zones are able to be bypassed:
• When a zone light is OFF, that zone may be bypassed
• When a zone light is ON, that zone may not be bypassed
For example, enter Address [080]. With the factory default program in place, zone lights 1 through 8 will be OFF,
indicating that zones 1 through 8 may be bypassed.
To select a zone, press the number key corresponding to the desired zone. For example, press 1 to select zone 1,
2 to select zone 2, and so on. When in other Addresses, refer to the Programming Worksheets to determine which
zone lights represent which zones.
Pressing a number key to select a zone will either turn the desired zone light ON or OFF:
• If the zone light is ON, pressing the key will shut the light OFF
• If the zone light is OFF, pressing the number key will turn the light ON
All zones programmed as Type 2 are automatically selected so that they cannot be bypassed.
[081]
For Future Use
[082] - [083]
Zone Transmission Delay Select
Zones may be programmed to delay transmission of alarms, allowing the user the opportunity to cancel alarms by
entering an Access Code. Zones that are to have a Transmission Delay are selected in Addresses [082] and [083]
by turning Zone Lights ON or OFF. If a Zone Light is ON, that zone will have the Transmission Delay programmed
in Mode 22 Address [027].
∗
The user may use the [ ][7] Cancel Alarm Command to cancel a delayed transmission.
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PROGRAMMING MODE 22
[001] - [008]
System Options
When an Address is entered, the 8 zone lights on the keypad will be used to indicate which System Options have
been enabled.
• When a zone light is OFF, that Option is disabled
• When a zone light is ON, that Option is enabled
To enable an option, press the number key corresponding to the desired zone light. For example, in Address
[001], press 1 to enable Option 1 Open/Close Report; press 2 to enable Option 2 Close Confirmation, and so on.
When in other Addresses, refer to the Programming Worksheets to determine which zone lights represent which
System Options. For example, in Address [002], zone lights 1 through 8 represent Options 9 through 16.
Pressing a number key to select an Option will either turn the desired zone light ON or OFF:
• If the zone light is ON, pressing the key will shut the light OFF
• If the zone light is OFF, pressing the number key will turn the light ON
Address 001: System Options
Light
1
Open/Close Reporting Select
When “on”, openings and closings are reported to the monitoring station when arming and disarming the
panel.
2 Close Confirmation (Ring-Back)
When “on”, the Exit Delay will only begin when a kissoff from the monitoring station is received. The Keypad
will beep when the kissoff signal is received, and the “Ready” light will flash to indicate that the Exit Delay is in
progress. For this option to function, Option 1 Open/Close Report must be turned on.
3 Force Arming Select
When “on”, the system may be armed even when zones are open. However, all armed zones must be
closed at the end of the Exit Delay or alarms will be generated.
4 Reserved
5 Quick-Arm Select
When “on”, the system may be armed without an Access Code by pressing the [7] and [8] keys
simultaneously.
6 Alarm Memory Indication
When “on”, the Keypad will beep when an alarm is in memory. The Keypad will beep until the alarm is
acknowledged by entering one of the Memory Display Modes (Modes 08, 09 or 10).
7 Siren Driver Enabled
When selected, the Bell output will be modulated to drive a speaker or siren.
8 Bell Squawk Enabled
When “on”, the bell/siren will sound one short burst when a Group is armed, and two short bursts when a
Group is disarmed.
Address 002: System Options
Light
1 Access Code Required for Bypassing
When “on”, the Master Code or an Access Code must be entered to bypass zones.
2 Immediate Bypass Report
When “on”, a report is immediately sent to the central station when a zone is bypassed or when zone
bypasses are cleared.
3 Bypass Report on Exit
When “on”, a bypass report is transmitted to the monitoring station when the panel is armed.
4 Common Bypass Report
When “on”, the system will transmit only one code when all zones are bypassed or when all bypasses are
cleared. Note that the report will not be sent if only a few zone bypasses are cleared; all zone bypasses have
to be cleared before the report will be sent to the central station. When this option is turned off, the system
will transmit an individual bypass/clear bypass report for each zone.
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Programming Mode 22
5 Bypassed Zone Display on Exit
When “on”, the Keypad will display all zones that are bypassed when the system is armed.
6 Quick-Exit
When enabled, entering [ ][0] when the system is fully armed will allow the user 2 minutes to exit the premises
through any delay zone without altering the status of the system. After [ ][0] is entered, only one delay zone may
be activated. Any additional activity on any other armed zone will cause an alarm to be generated.
∗
∗
7 No Arming on AC Failure and Low Battery
When “on”, the system cannot be armed when the battery is low and AC power is not present.
8 Reserved
Address 003: System Options
Light
1 Master Code Not Changeable
When “on”, the user is unable to edit the First Master Code.
2 Only Master Code Able to Send User Messages
When “on”, the Master Code will be required to send messages to the monitoring station. When this option is
“off”, an Arm/Disarm/Bypass Access Code may also be used to send user messages.
3 Immediate Restore
When “on”, restoral codes for all zones are transmitted to the monitoring station immediately after the loop
returns to normal, even if the bell/siren is active. When this option is selected, it is suggested that the All Call
Answer on Alarm and Restore option in Mode 20 Address [022] also be selected.
4 Memory Security Switch
When “on”, the installer must short the pins marked “LK6” together in order to enter the Installer Programming Modes.
5 Keyswitch Arming/Disarming
When “on”, a normally-open momentary-contact keyswitch may be used to arm and disarm the system. The
keyswitch must be wired to the AUXIN and COM terminals. Note that the end-of-line resistor must not be
removed.
6 Maintained Keyswitch Arming/Disarming
When “on”, a normally-open maintained keyswitch may be used to arm and disarm the system. Light 5 Keyswitch
Arming/Disarming must be enabled, and the keyswitch must be connected to the AUXIN and COM terminals.
Note that the end-of-line resistor must not be removed.
Note that the Keyswitch is intended for supplemental use only, and does not replace a keypad.
7 Reserved
8 Reserved
Address 004: System Options
Light
1 Programmable Output 3 Normally High
When “on”, Programmable Output 3 will be normally high. Entering User Mode 04 or 05 will momentarily turn
Programmable Output 3 off. This feature can be used, for example, to reset smoke detectors.
2 Installer Code Programmable / Installer Lockout
When “on”, the Installer Code will not be reset when the system’s programming is restored to the factory default
settings.
When “off”, the Installer Code will be reset to the factory default of [8000] when the system’s programming is
restored to the factory default settings.
WARNING: If the installer code is forgotten and this option is “ON”, it will be impossible to retrieve the installer code.
3 Keypad Lockout
When “on”, the Keypad will refuse to accept any Access Codes after 5 consecutive invalid codes are entered.
The Keypad will remain locked out for 7 minutes. If any code is keyed in during the lockout period, the lockout
timer will be reset and the Keypad will remain locked out for another 7 minutes. Only after the lockout time has
expired may a valid Access Code be entered to disarm the system.
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Programming Mode 22
4
5
6
7
8
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Immediate AC Failure Report
When selected, the control panel will transmit an AC Failure Report immediately upon AC failure. Normally,
there is a 7 hour delay before an AC failure is reported.
Address 005: System Options
Light
1
2
3
4
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
5 Reserved
6 Master User Allowed to Assign Groups to Access Codes
When “on”, a master user may assign groups to Access Codes using Mode 03.
7 Reserved
8 Forced Arming on Delay and Delay/Instant Zones Only
When “on”, the Delay or Delay/Instant zones may be left open while attempting to arm the system. However,
these zones must be closed before the end of the Exit Delay if the Groups to which they are assigned are
armed. If a Delay zone remains open after the Exit Delay expires, the Entry Delay for the affected Groups will
commence and an alarm will sound at the end of the Entry Delay if one of the affected Groups is not disarmed.
If a Delay/Instant zone (Type 6 or E) is left open and all of the Groups to which it is assigned are armed, an
alarm will be generated immediately.
Address 006: System Options
Light
1
2
3
4
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Arming By Central Station
When “on”, the central station may arm the system remotely.
5 Disarming By Central Station
When “on”, the central station may disarm the system remotely.
6 Force Auto-Arm and/or Arming by Central Station
When “on”, the system will bypass all opened zones, regardless of the zone type, when an Exit Delay
generated by the Auto-Arming or Arming by Central Station functions begins.
7 Reserved
8 Reserved
Address 007: System Options
Light
1 Reserved
2 Auto Clear Bypass on Entry
When “on”, all zone bypasses will be automatically cleared when the system is disarmed.
3 All Closed Report
When “on”, the system will report a closing only when all Groups are armed. If any of the Groups are not
armed, the closing code will not be sent. If all Groups are armed, the opening code will be sent when one of
the Groups is disarmed. This function will only operate when Open / Close Reporting is selected in Mode 22
Address [001].
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Programming Mode 22
4 Opening Report on Alarm
This function will only operate when Open/Close Report in Mode 22 Address [001] is not selected.
When “on”, the system will send an opening report if an alarm occurred during the armed period.
5 Reserved
6 Auto-Arm Squawk
When “on”, the bell/siren will sound a short tone every 10 seconds during the Auto-Arm Exit Delay.
7 Open/Close Report by Group
This function will only operate when Open/Close Report is selected in Mode 22 Address [001].
When “on”, the system will report both Group and User information when reporting opening and closing events.
When “off”, the system will only report User information when reporting opening and closing events. This
option need not be selected when the system uses only one Group.
This option does not affect the reports printed on a local printer. When reports are printed on a local printer,
Group information will always be printed in the system has more than one Group.
8 Reserved
Address 008: System Options
Light
1 Calculate Bypass Report Code
When “on”, the bypass reporting code for a zone is based on the zone’s alarm reporting code programmed in
Mode 20 Addresses [301] through [308]. When “on”, bypass reports will be printed at the central station as:
---- BypZnXX where XX is the zone’s alarm code
When “off”, the bypass reporting code for a zone is taken from the codes programmed in Mode 23 Addresses
[401] through [408]. When “off”, bypass reports will be printed at the central station as:
Optn1 AlmZnXX where XX is the bypass code programmed in Mode 23
Note that trouble zones have the same bypass feature as their alarm zones; trouble zones cannot be
individually bypassed.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
[009] - [020]
For Future Use
[021] - [023]
Entrance and Exit Delays
Program Entrace Delay 1, Entrance Delay 2 and the Exit Delay in addresses [021] through [023]. Times are
programmed in seconds; valid entries are from 01 to 99 seconds.
[024] - [029]
System Times
Program a 2-digit time in each Address from [024] through [029]. For times that require a time of day, enter the
time in the 24-hour format.
Address
[024]
[025]
[026]
[027]
[028]
[029]
[030] - [032]
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Description
Siren/Bell Duration (minutes)
Fire Zone Activation Delay (seconds)
Fire Zone Restore Delay (seconds)
Zone Transmission Delay (seconds)
Fire Zone Transmission Delay (seconds)
Auto-Arm Delay (×10 seconds; valid entries are in the range of 01 to 25)
For Future Use
Programming Mode 22
[033]
Printer Set-up
A serial printer can be connected to Programmable Output 1 only. The data transfer rate can be set at 300, 600,
1200, 2400 or 4800 baud.
Program as:
for baud rate of:
01
300
02
600
03
1200
04
2400 (default)
05
4800
NOTE: After changing the Printer Set-up, exit the programming mode and remove all power from the
system. After all power has been removed from the system, restore power to the system following
the Power-up Procedure instructions in the Installation section of this manual.
[034]
For Future Use
[035] - [037]
Programmable Output Types
Program a 2-digit Output Type in each Address from [035] through [037].
[038] - [062]
[063]
For Future Use
Language Selection for Printer
This Address is used to select the language in which all messages are printed to the printer.
01 1st Language (English)
02 2nd Language (French)
[064]
For Future Use
[065]
Maximum Alarm Reports per Zone per Armed Period
The number of alarms a zone can generate within an armed period can be limited. This feature is designed to
prevent repetitive alarm transmissions to the monitoring station from a zone that may have a mechanical or
electrical problem, or from zones that are repetitively tripped inadvertently.
The zones can be limited to 1 to 14 alarms per armed period, or the zones can be allowed to generate an unlimited
number of alarms. Program Address [065] with a hex number from 01 to 0E to allow 1 to 14 alarms per armed
period, or program Address [065] with 0F to allow for an unlimited number of alarms per armed period.
The counter for the number of alarms is reset when the control panel is armed or disarmed.
NOTE: Whenever the value at Address [065] is changed, the control panel must be armed and then disarmed in
order for the changes to be accepted by the system.
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PROGRAMMING MODE 23
[001]
Installer’s Code
It is strongly recommended that the factory programmed Installer’s Code be reprogrammed when the control panel
is installed. The default Installer’s Code is [8000].
WARNING: Do not enter [0000].
NOTE: It is suggested that the Installer’s Code be programmed with alphanumeric characters (letters A to F) to
ensure that an Access Code could not inadvertently duplicate the Installer’s Code. The Installer’s Code
should be different from any other Access Code on the system.
[002] - [050]
For Future Use
[051] - [057]
Zone Configuration for Zones 1 - 7
Zones 1 through 7 can be configured as one of three options:
Option
Configuration
0
Normally Closed Zones
1
Normally Open Zones
2
End-of-Line Resistor Zones
• As each Address is entered, enter [0], [1] or [2]. The default setting for all zones is [0] Normally Closed. If a value
greater than 2 is entered, the system will program the value as “0”.
• Zone 8 is a Normally Closed Zone and cannot be changed.
• Trouble status for Zones 1 through 7 will only be active if these zones are programmed as End-of-Line Resistor
Zones.
WARNING: Changing the zone configuration may create false alarms due to different interpretations of alarm,
trouble and normal conditions. If is strongly recommended that the zone configuration be changed and then
completely tested with the system disconnected from the central station.
[058] - [400]
For Future Use
[401] - [408]
Individual Bypass Report Codes
Individual bypass report codes should only be programmed if the following two options are OFF:
• Common Bypass Report, Mode 22 Address [002] Light 4
• Calculate Bypass Report, Mode 22 Address [008] Light 1
If either of these options are “on”, do not program individual bypass report codes. If these options are “off”,
program 2-digit bypass reporting codes at Addresses [401] through [408].
Note that trouble zones have the same bypass feature as their alarm zones; trouble zones cannot be individually
bypassed.
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PROGRAMMING MODE 25
Test Mode and Tamper Restore
∗
To activate Mode 25, enter [ ][25][Installer’s Code].
Mode 25 is designed to allow the Installer to thoroughly test the system. Mode 25 is also used to restore tamper
zones. When a tamper zone goes into alarm, the system will not recognise the zone as being restored until Mode
25 is activated, even if the tamper zone has been mechanically restored. Note that the Mode 25 Test Mode may
only be used while the system is completely disarmed.
To test the system, enter Mode 25 and then perform a walk test to activate all detection devices on the system. All
eight alarm zones and their trouble zones may be tested. Note that zones programmed as “No Alarm” or
“Probation” will not be tested. Once Mode 25 is entered, the test period will be active for 15 minutes.
Tested zones may be reported to the central station and the local printer. If the reporting option is selected, zones
will be reported when they go into alarm and when they are restored. Each zone will report only one alarm and one
restoral during the test, regardless of how many times the zone is activated during the test.
To use the Mode 25 Test Mode:
• With the system in the “Arm/Disarm” mode, enter [*][25] on the keypad.
• The “Ready” light will FLASH; enter the Installer’s Code.
• The “Ready” light will be OFF and the “Program” light will FLASH.
• To restore the Tamper Zones, press [#]. The Tamper Zones will be restored and the system will return to the
“Arm/Disarm” mode.
• To test the system, select an Audible Indication Option:
0
No audible indication when a zone is tested
1
Siren will sound when a zone is tested
2
Keypad Sounder will sound when a zone is tested
3
Siren and Keypad Sounder will sound when a zone is tested
Enter a number from 0 to 3. If an option from 1 through 3 is selected, it will be displayed on the keypad zone
lights.
• Select a Reporting Option:
0
Start and Stop Test Report Only. A Test Start Code, Test Stop Code and the number of zones not
tested will be reported to the monitoring station.
1
Detailed Test Report. A Test Start Code, Test Stop Code and the alarm and restoral codes for the
zones tested will be reported to the monitoring station during the system test.
• When a Reporting Option is selected, the Zone Lights will come ON to indicate which zones may be tested. The
system will transmit the Test Start Code to the monitoring station.
• After a zone is completely tested - that is, put into alarm and then restored - its Zone Light will be shut OFF. During
the test, the Zone Lights will display the zones that have not yet been tested. To display the status of the trouble
zones, press [*]; the Zone Lights will come ON to indicate which trouble zones have been tested and which trouble
zones have not yet been tested. The status of the trouble zones will be displayed for 1 second, then the keypad
will return to the alarm zone display.
• Once activated, the Mode 25 Test Mode will be active for approximately 15 minutes, or until all zones are tested,
or until the test is stopped by pressing the [#] key. When the test is completed, a Stop Test Code and the number
of zones not tested will be reported to the monitoring station.
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PROGRAMMING MODES 26, 27, 29 and 30
Mode 26 Erase Event Buffer
To erase the system’s event buffer, activate Mode 26:
• With the system in the “Arm/Disarm” mode, enter [*][26].
• The “Ready” light will FLASH; enter the Installer’s Code.
• The “Ready” light will be shut OFF and the “Program” light will FLASH.
• Press [1] to erase the event buffer, or press any other key to return to the “Arm/Disarm” mode.
• After [1] is pressed, the “Memory” light will FLASH. When the event buffer is cleared, the keypad will sound a series
of beeps and the system will return to the “Arm/Disarm” mode.
Mode 27 Print Installer’s Programming
Mode 27 may be used to print all programming in Modes 20 through 23.
• With the system in the “Arm/Disarm” mode, enter [*][27].
• The “Ready” light will FLASH; enter the Installer’s Code.
• The “Ready” and “Program” lights will come ON and the “Memory” light will FLASH.
• Enter a number from 20 through 23 to select which Programming Mode to print.
• When the Programming Mode to be printed is entered, the system will begin to print all programming in that mode.
When printed is completed, the system will return to the “Arm/Disarm” mode.
NOTE: If an alarm occurs during printing, the system will cancel the Programming Mode printout if the alarm is
programmed to be sent to the local printer.
Mode 29 Installer Messages
Preprogrammed messages can be “sent” to the monitoring station to indicate that the Installer is on the premises
or that service is in progress. The messages are actually programmed at the monitoring station, and the control
panel simply sends 2-digit codes to indicate which message should be displayed or printed. Up to 16 messages
may be used
• With the system in the “Arm/Disarm” mode, enter [*][29].
• The “Ready” light will FLASH; enter the Installer’s Code.
• The “Ready” light will be shut OFF, the “Program” light will come ON, and the “Memory” light will FLASH.
• Enter a number from 01 to 16 to select the message to printed at the monitoring station. After a 2-digit number
is entered, the system will return to the “Arm/Disarm” mode.
Mode 30 Restore Factory Default Programming
• With the system in the “Arm/Disarm” mode, enter [*][30].
• The “Ready” light will FLASH; enter the Installer’s Code.
Refer to Restoring The Factory Program for instructions on how to restore the system’s programming to the factory
default settings.
34
DVAC HUB CARD AND F1/F2 OPTIONS
System and Hub Options
NOTE: If this is a new network, please configure the network in a star configuration instead of the usual cascade
arrangement as there may be up to 240 drops on the network.
Data Line Type:
Schedule 3A with DVACS at 150 baud
Data String Type:
1 START + 8 DATA + 1 EVEN PARITY + 1 STOP BIT
Network Configuration:
Master/Slave
Options
Enabled
Lock out (L.K.)
Yes
Long Transmission (L.T.) delay at 4 seconds
Yes
Poll and Cut (P.C.)
Yes
Count and Cut (C.C.) set at 16
Yes
F1/F2 Subset Options
EIA (L, N and X)
Yes
10 mA (T1)
Yes
Originate Mode (B)
Yes
Normal Loop Marking (E)
Yes
Continuous Carrier (K)
Yes
Battery Charging (Q)
No
Carrier Light (V)
No
Full Duplex on master F1/F2 (D)
Half Duplex on slave F1/F2 (C)
Notes:
• RS-232 cables not necessary; cord supplied by Sur-Gard
• 12V power pack not necessary; 12VDC provided by Sur-Gard terminal equipment
35
APPENDIX A
Decimal-Hex-Binary Conversion Chart
DEC
000
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
033
034
035
036
037
038
039
040
041
042
043
044
045
046
047
048
049
050
051
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059
060
061
062
063
36
HEX
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
BINARY
0000 0000
0000 0001
0000 0010
0000 0011
0000 0100
0000 0101
0000 0110
0000 0111
0000 1000
0000 1001
0000 1010
0000 1011
0000 1100
0000 1101
0000 1110
0000 1111
0001 0000
0001 0001
0001 0010
0001 0011
0001 0100
0001 0101
0001 0110
0001 0111
0001 1000
0001 1001
0001 1010
0001 1011
0001 1100
0001 1101
0001 1110
0001 1111
0010 0000
0010 0001
0010 0010
0010 0011
0010 0100
0010 0101
0010 0110
0010 0111
0010 1000
0010 1001
0010 1010
0010 1011
0010 1100
0010 1101
0010 1110
0010 1111
0011 0000
0011 0001
0011 0010
0011 0011
0011 0100
0011 0101
0011 0110
0011 0111
0011 1000
0011 1001
0011 1010
0011 1011
0011 1100
0011 1101
0011 1110
0011 1111
DEC
064
065
066
067
068
069
070
071
072
073
074
075
076
077
078
079
080
081
082
083
084
085
086
087
088
089
090
091
092
093
094
095
096
097
098
099
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
HEX
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
4A
4B
4C
4D
4E
4F
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
5A
5B
5C
5D
5E
5F
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
7A
7B
7C
7D
7E
7F
BINARY
0100 0000
0100 0001
0100 0010
0100 0011
0100 0100
0100 0101
0100 0110
0100 0111
0100 1000
0100 1001
0100 1010
0100 1011
0100 1100
0100 1101
0100 1110
0100 1111
0100 0000
0101 0001
0101 0010
0101 0011
0101 0100
0101 0101
0101 0110
0101 0111
0101 1000
0101 1001
0101 1010
0101 1011
0101 1100
0101 1101
0101 1110
0101 1111
0110 0000
0110 0001
0110 0010
0110 0011
0110 0100
0110 0101
0110 0110
0110 0111
0110 1000
0110 1001
0110 1010
0110 1011
0110 1100
0110 1101
0110 1110
0110 1111
0111 0000
0111 0001
0111 0010
0111 0011
0111 0100
0111 0101
0111 0110
0111 0111
0111 1000
0111 1001
0111 1010
0111 1011
0111 1100
0111 1101
0111 1110
0111 1111
DEC
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
HEX
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
8A
8B
8C
8D
8E
8F
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
9A
9B
9C
9D
9E
9F
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
AA
AB
AC
AD
AE
AF
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
BA
BB
BC
BD
BE
BF
BINARY
1000 0000
1000 0001
1000 0010
1000 0011
1000 0100
1000 0101
1000 0110
1000 0111
1000 1000
1000 1001
1000 1010
1000 1011
1000 1100
1000 1101
1000 1110
1000 1111
1001 0000
1001 0001
1001 0010
1001 0011
1001 0100
1001 0101
1001 0110
1001 0111
1001 1000
1001 1001
1001 1010
1001 1011
1001 1100
1001 1101
1001 1110
1001 1111
1010 0000
1010 0001
1010 0010
1010 0011
1010 0100
1010 0101
1010 0110
1010 0111
1010 1000
1010 1001
1010 1010
1010 1011
1010 1100
1010 1101
1010 1110
1010 1111
1011 0000
1011 0001
1011 0010
1011 0011
1011 0100
1011 0101
1011 0110
1011 0111
1011 1000
1011 1001
1011 1010
1011 1011
1011 1100
1011 1101
1011 1110
1011 1111
DEC
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
HEX
C0
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
CA
CB
CC
CD
CE
CF
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
DA
DB
DC
DD
DE
DF
E0
E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
E9
EA
EB
EC
ED
EE
EF
F0
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
FA
FB
FC
FD
FE
FF
BINARY
1100 0000
1100 0001
1100 0010
1100 0011
1100 0100
1100 0101
1100 0110
1100 0111
1100 1000
1100 1001
1100 1010
1100 1011
1100 1100
1100 1101
1100 1110
1100 1111
1101 0000
1101 0001
1101 0010
1101 0011
1101 0100
1101 0101
1101 0110
1101 0111
1101 1000
1101 1001
1101 1010
1101 1011
1101 1100
1101 1101
1101 1110
1101 1111
1110 0000
1110 0001
1110 0010
1110 0011
1110 0100
1110 0101
1110 0110
1110 0111
1110 1000
1110 1001
1110 1010
1110 1011
1110 1100
1110 1101
1110 1110
1110 1111
1111 0000
1111 0001
1111 0010
1111 0011
1111 0100
1111 0101
1111 0110
1111 0111
1111 1000
1111 1001
1111 1010
1111 1011
1111 1100
1111 1101
1111 1110
1111 1111
APPENDIX B
Quick Reference Guide
General Operation
Command Function
[ ][0]
Quick Exit
[ ][1]
Reactivate Home-Away Zone
[ ][7]
Cancel Alarm
At-Home Arming
[ ][8]
∗
∗
∗
∗
Mode
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
20-23
25
26
27
29
30
99
Function
Bypassing
Trouble Display
Change Access Codes
0 Master Code
1 Arm/Disarm and Bypass Code
2 Arm Only Code
3 Arm/Disarm Only Code
Reset Zones
Commands for Utility Outputs 1 to 3
Utility Functions
01 Set the Time (HH:MM)
02 Set the Date (DD:MM)
03 Setting the Day of Week
04 Quick-Arm Select
06 Activate Bell for 2 Seconds
07 Activate Programmable Output for
3 Seconds
08 Activate Buzzer for 3 Seconds
10 Auto-Arm Time Schedule 1
12 Auto-Arm Time Schedule 2
14 Auto-Arm Time Schedule 3
16 Day Assignment Schedule 1
17 Day Assignment Schedule 2
18 Day Assignment Schedule 3
20 Auto-Arm Schedule 1 ON/OFF
22 Auto-Arm Schedule 2 ON/OFF
24 Auto-Arm Schedule 3 ON/OFF
Chiming
Zone and Fire Alarm Memory Display
Trouble Memory Display
Keypad Alarm Memory Display
Send User Message
Display Who Armed/Disarmed Group A
Display Who Armed/Disarmed Group B
Display Who Armed/Disarmed Group C
Display Who Armed/Disarmed Group D
Print Event Buffer
Scan Access Codes
Installation Data
Test Mode / Tamper Restore
Erase Event Buffer
Print Installer Programming
Installer Messages
Installer Default Programming
Language Selection
Programmable Output Types
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
Kiss-off Signal
Fail to Communicate (Line Cut)
Courtesy Light
Follow Bell / Siren
Follow Group A Armed / Disarmed Status
Follow Group B Armed / Disarmed Status
Follow Group C Armed / Disarmed Status
Follow Group D Armed / Disarmed Status
Follow Group A Ready Status
Follow Group B Ready Status
Follow Group C Ready Status
Follow Group D Ready Status
Utility Output (Mode 04 or 05) No Code
Utility Output (Mode 04 or 05) Any Code
Utility Output (Mode 04 or 05) Keypad Control
Utility Output (Mode 04 or 05), Group A Code
Utility Output (Mode 04 or 05), Group B Code
Utility Output (Mode 04 or 05), Group C Code
Utility Output (Mode 04 or 05), Group D Code
Follow Chime
Follow Buzzer
Serial Printer Output
Strobe Output
30-Minute Strobe Output
Bell/Siren Output for Group A
Bell /Siren Output for Group B
Bell /Siren Output for Group C
Bell /Siren Output for Group D
Follow Auto-Arm Buzzer
Follow Away Status
Follow Trouble Status
Follow Low Battery Status
Follow Fire (Latched) Status
Follow AC Status
Mode 20 Addresses 101 to 116
Zone Definitions
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
24-hour Silent
24-hour Audible
24-hour Pulsed Bell
Day Loop
Day Loop and Buzzer
Delay 1
Delay / Instant
Instant
Buzzer Only
No Alarm
Delay 2
Probation
10-second Buzzer with Report
Tamper Zone
Home/Away
37
Programming System Options
Mode 22 Addresses [001] through [008]
Address
Option
[001]
1
Open / Close Report Select
2
Close Confirmation
2
3
Force Arming Select
3
4
4
7
Reserved
Quick-Arm Select
Alarm Memory Indication
Siren Driver Enabled
8
Bell Squawk Enabled
7
1
Access Code Required for Bypassing
2
Immediate Bypass Report
3
Bypass Report on Exit
4
Common Bypass Report
5
Bypassed Zones Display on Exit
6
Quick Exit
7
No arming on AC failure and low
battery
8
Reserved
1
Master Code not Changeable
2
Only Master Code able to send User
Message
5
6
[002]
[003]
[004]
Address
Option
[005]
1
5
6
[006]
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Master User Code Allowed to Assign
Groups
Reserved
8
Force Arming on Delay and Delay/
Instant
1
7
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Arming by Central Station
Disarming by Central Station
Forced Auto-Arm and/or Arming by
Central Station
Reserved
8
Reserved
1
8
Reserved
Auto Clear Bypass on Entry
All Closed Report
Opening Report on Alarm
Reserved
Auto-Arm Squawk
Open/Close Report by Group
Reserved
2
3
4
5
6
[007]
Function
3
Immediate Restore
2
4
Memory Security Switch
3
5
Keyswitch Arming/Disarming
4
6
Maintained Keyswitch Arming/
Disarming
5
7
7
8
Reserved
Reserved
1
Programmable Output 3 Normally High
1
Calculate Bypass Report
2
Installer Lockout
2
3
Keypad Lockout
3
4
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Immediate AC Failure Report
4
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
5
6
7
8
38
Function
6
[008]
5
6
7
8
APPENDIX C
4/2-style Format with Sur-Gard Schedule 3A
DVACS Compatible
Updated for Version 4 Decoding
A section of the more than 2000 zones available on the MLR1 Receiver has been reserved for 4/2 Digital Dialer
Format-style printer and computer output such. The following table shows the zones reserved for 4/2-type output:
The following are outputs for bypasses and clearing
bypasses
Zone
01-08
Printer
Message
---- Alm/Rst Zn#01-08
Computer
Zone
Byte
Zone
01-08
50
01-08
Printer
Message
---- Byp/Unb Zn#01-08
Byte
01-08
D0
09
51
09
09
D1
10-17
Fire! Alm/Rst Zn#10-17
10-17
0C
10-17
Fire! Byp/Unb Zn#10-17
10-17
8C
18-1F
Fire! Alm/Rst Zn#18-1F
18-1F
0D
18-1F
Fire! Byp/Unb Zn#18-1F
18-1F
8D
20-27
Panic Alm/Rst Zn#20-27
20-27
0E
20-27
Panic Byp/Unb Zn#20-27
20-27
8E
28-2F
Panic Alm/Rst Zn#28-2F
28-2F
0F
28-2F
Panic Byp/Unb Zn#28-2F
28-2F
8F
Inst. Byp/Unb Zn#30-37
30-37
90
09
---- Alm/Rst Zn#09
---- Byp/Unb Zn#09
Computer
Zone
30-37
Inst. Alm/Rst Zn#30-37
30-37
10
30-37
38-3F
Inst. Alm/Rst Zn#38-3F
38-3F
11
38-3F
Inst. Byp/Unb Zn#38-3F
38-3F
91
40-47
Mtion Alm/Rst Zn#40-47
40-47
12
40-47
Mtion Byp/Unb Zn#40-47
40-47
92
48-4F
Mtion Alm/Rst Zn#48-4F
48-4F
13
48-4F
Mtion Byp/Unb Zn#48-4F
48-4F
93
50-57
24Hrs Alm/Rst Zn#50-57
50-57
14
50-57
24Hrs Byp/Unb Zn#50-57
50-57
94
24Hrs Byp/Unb Zn#58-5F
58-5F
95
58-5F
24Hrs Alm/Rst Zn#58-5F
58-5F
15
58-5F
60-67
Tampr Alm/Rst Zn#60-67
60-67
16
60-67
Tampr Byp/Unb Zn#60-67
60-67
96
68-6F
Tampr Alm/Rst Zn#68-6F
68-6F
17
68-6F
Tampr Byp/Unb Zn#68-6F
68-6F
97
70-77
Delay Alm/Rst Zn#70-77
70-77
18
70-77
Delay Byp/Unb Zn#70-77
70-77
98
78-7F
Delay Alm/Rst Zn#78-7F
78-7F
19
78-7F
Delay Byp/Unb Zn#78-7F
78-7F
99
80-87
Optn1 Alm/Rst Zn#80-87
80-87
1A
80-87
Optn1 Byp/Unb Zn#80-87
80-87
9A
88-8F
Optn1 Alm/Rst Zn#88-8F
88-8F
1B
88-8F
Optn1 Byp/Unb Zn#88-8F
88-8F
9B
90-97
Optn2 Alm/Rst Zn#90-97
90-97
1C
90-97
Optn2 Byp/Unb Zn#90-97
90-97
9C
98-9F
Optn2 Alm/Rst Zn#98-9F
98-9F
1D
98-9F
Optn2 Byp/Unb Zn#98-9F
98-9F
9D
Optn3 Byp/Unb Zn#A0-A7
A0-A7
9E
A0-A7
Optn3 Alm/Rst Zn#A0-A7
A0-A7
1E
A0-A7
A8-AF
Optn3 Alm/Rst Zn#A8-AF
A8-AF
1F
A8-AF
Optn3 Byp/Unb Zn#A8-AF
A8-AF
9F
B0-B7
Fire: Alm/Rst Zn#B0-B7
B0-B7
2E
B0-B7
Fire: Byp/Unb Zn#B0-B7
B0-B7
9E
B8-BF
Fire: Alm/Rst Zn#B8-BF
B8-BF
2F
B8-BF
Fire: Byp/Unb Zn#B8-BF
B8-BF
9F
C0-C7
Hpres Trb/Rst Zn#C0-C7
C0-C7
34
C0-C7
Hpres Byp/Unb Zn#C0-C7
C0-C7
94
Lpres Byp/Unb Zn#C8-CF
C8-CF
95
C8-CF
Lpres Trb/Rst Zn#C8-CF
C8-CF
35
C8-CF
D0-D7
Valve Trb/Rst Zn#D0-D7
D0-D7
36
D0-D7
Valve Byp/Unb Zn#D0-D7
D0-D7
96
D8-DF
Valve Trb/Rst Zn#D8-DF
D8-DF
37
D8-DF
Other Byp/Unb Zn#D8-DF D8-DF•
97
E0-E7
XXXXX Trb/Rst Zn#E0-E7
E0-E7
6C
E0-E7
Zn#E0-E7 Bypass/Unbyp.
E0-E7
9C
E8-EF
XXXXX Trb/Rst Zn#E8-EF
E8-EF
6B
E8-EF
Zn#E8-EF Bypass/Unbyp.•• E8-EF
9B
F0-FF
Do Not Use
F0-FF
Do Not Use
XXXXX represents variable messages; refer
to MLR1 Library.
Notes:
• Zone D8 is the default setting for Common Bypass.
•• Individual messages per zone are standard. Refer
to DVACS Line Card Alarm Decoding Version 4 for
further information.
The printer messages for zones 10 through AF can
be changed to “_____” followed by “Alm/Rst” or
“Byp/Unb” and “Zn#”.
39
MODE 20 PROGRAMMING WORKSHEETS
[000] - [019]
[020]
For Future Use
Panel Identification Code
Page 18
Page 18
Default
0 0
[021]
All Call Select
Page 18
Default
4
[022]
All Call Answer
Page 18
Default
1
[023] - [100]
For Future Use
[101] - [115]
Zone Definitions
Page 19
Zone Definitions
Address
Default
[101]
5
Zone 1
0
24-hour Silent
[102]
6
Zone 2
1
24-hour Audible
[103]
6
Zone 3
2
24-hour Pulsed Bell (Fire or Latching)
[104]
6
Zone 4
3
Day Loop (Silent Day/Audible Night)
[105]
6
Zone 5
4
Day Loop and Buzzer
[106]
7
Zone 6
5
Delay 1
[107]
7
Zone 7
6
Delay / Instant
[108]
7
Zone 8
7
Instant
[109]
C
Trouble Zone 1
8
Buzzer Only
[110]
C
Trouble Zone 2
9
No Alarm
[111]
C
Trouble Zone 3
A
Delay 2
[112]
C
Trouble Zone 4
B
Probation
[113]
C
Trouble Zone 5
C
10-second Buzzer with Report
[114]
C
Trouble Zone 6
D
24-Hour Tamper Zone
[115]
C
Trouble Zone 7
E
Delay/Instant (Home and Away)
[116] - [228]
40
Page 18
For Future Use
Page 20
[229] - [269]
Trouble Definitions
Page 21
Address
Default
[229]
C
Auxiliary Zone Alarm
0
[230]
8
Printer Failure
1
24-hour Audible
[231]
C
Fire Trouble
2
24-hour Pulsed Bell
[232]
C
AC Failure
3
Day Loop
[233]
C
Auxiliary Power Fuse
4
Day Loop and Buzzer
[234]
C
Siren Cut
7
Instant
[235]
C
Low Battery
8
Buzzer Only
[236]
2
Fire Alarm
9
No Alarm
[237]
8
DVAC Line Fault
B
Probation
Reserved
C
10-second Buzzer with Report
[239]
C
EEPROM Failure
D
Tamper Zone
[240]
C
Fail to Arm Schedule 1
[241]
C
Fail to Arm Schedule 2
[242]
C
Fail to Arm Schedule 3
C
Ground Fault
[238]
Reserved
[243] - [265]
[266]
9
Fire Key Alarm
[267]
9
Panic Key Alarm
[268]
9
Medical Key Alarm
[269]
1
Invalid Code
[270] - [300] For Future Use
[301] - [315]
24-hour Silent
Reserved
[243]
[244]
Trouble Definitions
Page 21
Alarm /Restoral Codes for Zones 1 to 8
and Trouble Zones 1 to 7 Page 21
Address
Default
[301]
0 1
Zone 1
[302]
0 2
Zone 2
[303]
0 3
Zone 3
[304]
0 4
Zone 4
[305]
0 5
Zone 5
[306]
0 6
Zone 6
[307]
0 7
Zone 7
[308]
0 8
Zone 8
[309]
0 9
Trouble Zone 1
[310]
1 0
Trouble Zone 2
[311]
1 1
Trouble Zone 3
[312]
1 2
Trouble Zone 4
[313]
1 3
Trouble Zone 5
[314]
1 4
Trouble Zone 6
[315]
1 5
Trouble Zone 7
41
[316] - [428]
For Future Use
[429] - [444]
Trouble Alarm/Restoral Reporting Codes
Page 21
Address
Default
[429]
C 8
Auxiliary Zone Alarm
[430]
0 0
Printer Failure
[431]
D 8
Fire Trouble
[432]
D 9
AC Failure
[433]
D C
Auxiliary Power Fuse
[434]
D A
Siren Cut
[435]
D B
Low Battery
[436]
B 0
Fire Alarm
[437]
0 0
DVAC Line Fault
[438]
0 0
Reserved
[439]
9 3
EEPROM Failure
[440]
D D
Fail to Arm on Schedule 1
[441]
D E
Fail to Arm on Schedule 2
[442]
D F
Fail to Arm on Schedule 3
[443]
0 0
Reserved
[444]
9 2
Ground Fault
[445] - [465]
[466] - [469]
For Future Use
Page 22
Keypad Alarm Reporting Codes
Address
Default
[466]
E 8
Fire Key Alarm
[467]
E 9
Panic Key Alarm
[468]
E A
Medical Key Alarm
[469]
E D
Invalid Code
[470] - [715]
[716]
For Future Use
Page 22
Page 22
User Messages Function Byte
Page 22
Default
1 E
[717]
User Number for Messages Function Byte
Default
1 0
[718] - [723]
[724]
For Future Use
Page 22
Installer Messages Function Byte
Default
1 F
[725] - [731]
42
For Future Use
Page 23
Page 23
Page 22
Page 21
[732]
Alarm On Exit Code
Page 23
Default
E 1
[733]
For Future Use
[734]
Test Mode Function Byte
Page 23
Page 23
Default
6 C
[735]
Number of Zones Not Tested Function Byte
Page 23
Default
0 0
[736] - [743]
[744]
For Future Use
Cancel Alarm Code
Page 23
Page 23
Default
E 2
[745] - [800]
For Future Use
[801] - [804]
No Restoral Report
Address
[801]
Page 23
Default
Light 1
OFF
Zone 1
Light 2
OFF
Zone 2
Light 3
OFF
Zone 3
Light 4
OFF
Zone 4
Light 5
OFF
Zone 5
Light 6
OFF
Zone 6
Light 7
OFF
Zone 7
Light 8
OFF
Zone 8
Address
[802]
Page 23
Default
Light 1
OFF
Trouble Zone 1
Light 2
OFF
Trouble Zone 2
Light 3
OFF
Trouble Zone 3
Light 4
OFF
Trouble Zone 4
Light 5
OFF
Trouble Zone 5
Light 6
OFF
Trouble Zone 6
Light 7
OFF
Trouble Zone 7
Light 8
OFF
Not Used
43
Address
[803]
Default
Light 1
OFF
Auxiliary Alarm
Light 2
OFF
Printer Failure
Light 3
OFF
Fire Trouble
Light 4
OFF
Auxiliary Power Fuse
Light 5
OFF
Ground Fault
Light 6
OFF
Siren Cut
Light 7
OFF
For Future Use
Light 8
OFF
Fire Alarm
Address
[804]
44
Default
Light 1
OFF
For Future Use
Light 2
OFF
DVAC Line Failure
Light 3
OFF
AC Failure
Light 4
OFF
Low Battery
Light 5
OFF
For Future Use
Light 6
OFF
For Future Use
Light 7
OFF
For Future Use
Light 8
OFF
For Future Use
MODE 21 PROGRAMMING WORKSHEETS
[001]
Group A Zone Assignment
Address
[001]
Default
Light 1
ON
Zone 1
Light 2
ON
Zone 2
Light 3
ON
Zone 3
Light 4
ON
Zone 4
Light 5
ON
Zone 5
Light 6
ON
Zone 6
Light 7
ON
Zone 7
Light 8
ON
Zone 8
[002]
For Future Use
[003]
Group B Zone Assignment
Address
[003]
Page 25
Light 1
OFF
Zone 1
Light 2
OFF
Zone 2
Light 3
OFF
Zone 3
Light 4
OFF
Zone 4
Light 5
OFF
Zone 5
Light 6
OFF
Zone 6
Light 7
OFF
Zone 7
Light 8
OFF
Zone 8
For Future Use
[005]
Group C Zone Assignment
Address
[006]
Page 25
Default
[004]
[005]
Page 25
Page 25
Page 25
Default
Light 1
OFF
Zone 1
Light 2
OFF
Zone 2
Light 3
OFF
Zone 3
Light 4
OFF
Zone 4
Light 5
OFF
Zone 5
Light 6
OFF
Zone 6
Light 7
OFF
Zone 7
Light 8
OFF
Zone 8
For Future Use
Page 25
45
[007]
Group D Zone Assignment
Address
[007]
[008]
Default
Light 1
OFF
Zone 1
Light 2
OFF
Zone 2
Light 3
OFF
Zone 3
Light 4
OFF
Zone 4
Light 5
OFF
Zone 5
Light 6
OFF
Zone 6
Light 7
OFF
Zone 7
Light 8
OFF
Zone 8
For Future Use
[009] - [010]
[011] - [016]
[017]
Light 1
ON
Code 1
Light 2
ON
Code 2
Light 3
ON
Code 3
Light 4
ON
Code 4
Light 5
ON
Code 5
Light 6
ON
Code 6
Light 7
ON
Code 7
Light 8
ON
Code 8
Default
Light 1
ON
Code 9
Light 2
ON
Code 10
Light 3
ON
Code 11
Light 4
ON
Code 12
Light 5
ON
Code 13
Light 6
ON
Code 14
Light 7
ON
Code 15
Light 8
ON
Code 16
For Future Use
[018] - [024]
46
Page 25
Group A Special Access Code Assignment
Address
[017]
Page 25
Default
Address
[010]
Page 25
Group A Access Code Assignment
Address
[009]
Page 25
Page 25
Default
Light 1
OFF
Code 65 Schedule 1 Auto-Arming
Light 2
OFF
Code 66 Schedule 2 Auto-Arming
Light 3
OFF
Code 67 Schedule 3 Auto-Arming
Light 4
OFF
Code 68 Quick-Arming
Light 5
OFF
Code 69 Keyswitch Arming
Light 6
OFF
Code 70 Arming by Central Station
Light 7
OFF
Code 71 Reserved
Light 8
OFF
Code 72 Reserved
For Future Use
Page 25
[025] - [026]
Group B Access Code Assignment
Address
[025]
Default
Light 1
OFF
Code 1
Light 2
OFF
Code 2
Light 3
OFF
Code 3
Light 4
OFF
Code 4
Light 5
OFF
Code 5
Light 6
OFF
Code 6
Light 7
OFF
Code 7
Light 8
OFF
Code 8
Address
[026]
[027] - [032]
[033]
Default
Light 1
OFF
Code 9
Light 2
OFF
Code 10
Light 3
OFF
Code 11
Light 4
OFF
Code 12
Light 5
OFF
Code 13
Light 6
OFF
Code 14
Light 7
OFF
Code 15
Light 8
OFF
Code 16
For Future Use
Page 26
Group B Special Access Code Assignment
Address
[033]
Page 26
Default
Light 1
OFF
Code 65 Schedule 1 Auto-Arming
Light 2
OFF
Code 66 Schedule 2 Auto-Arming
Light 3
OFF
Code 67 Schedule 3 Auto-Arming
Light 4
OFF
Code 68 Quick-Arming
Light 5
OFF
Code 69 Keyswitch Arming
Light 6
OFF
Code 70 Arming by Central Station
Light 7
OFF
Code 71 Reserved
Light 8
OFF
Code 72 Reserved
[034] - [040]
For Future Use
[041] - [042]
Group C Access Code Assignment
Address
[041]
Page 26
Page 26
Page 26
Default
Light 1
OFF
Code 1
Light 2
OFF
Code 2
Light 3
OFF
Code 3
Light 4
OFF
Code 4
Light 5
OFF
Code 5
Light 6
OFF
Code 6
Light 7
OFF
Code 7
Light 8
OFF
Code 8
47
Address
[042]
[043] - [048]
[049]
Default
Light 1
OFF
Code 9
Light 2
OFF
Code 10
Light 3
OFF
Code 11
Light 4
OFF
Code 12
Light 5
OFF
Code 13
Light 6
OFF
Code 14
Light 7
OFF
Code 15
Light 8
OFF
Code 16
For Future Use
Page 26
Group C Special Access Code Assignment
Address
[049]
Default
Light 1
OFF
Code 65 Schedule 1 Auto-Arming
Light 2
OFF
Code 66 Schedule 2 Auto-Arming
Light 3
OFF
Code 67 Schedule 3 Auto-Arming
Light 4
OFF
Code 68 Quick-Arming
Light 5
OFF
Code 69 Keyswitch Arming
Light 6
OFF
Code 70 Arming by Central Station
Light 7
OFF
Code 71 Reserved
Light 8
OFF
Code 72 Reserved
[050] - [056]
For Future Use
[057] - [058]
Group D Access Code Assignment
Address
[057]
[059] - [064]
48
Page 26
Default
Light 1
OFF
Code 1
Light 2
OFF
Code 2
Light 3
OFF
Code 3
Light 4
OFF
Code 4
Light 5
OFF
Code 5
Light 6
OFF
Code 6
Light 7
OFF
Code 7
Light 8
OFF
Code 8
Address
[058]
Page 26
Default
Light 1
OFF
Code 9
Light 2
OFF
Code 10
Light 3
OFF
Code 11
Light 4
OFF
Code 12
Light 5
OFF
Code 13
Light 6
OFF
Code 14
Light 7
OFF
Code 15
Light 8
OFF
Code 16
For Future Use
Page 26
Page 26
[065]
Group D Special Access Code Assignment
Address
[065]
[066] - [079]
[080]
Default
Light 1
OFF
Code 65 Schedule 1 Auto-Arming
Light 2
OFF
Code 66 Schedule 2 Auto-Arming
Light 3
OFF
Code 67 Schedule 3 Auto-Arming
Light 4
OFF
Code 68 Quick-Arming
Light 5
OFF
Code 69 Keyswitch Arming
Light 6
OFF
Code 70 Arming by Central Station
Light 7
OFF
Code 71 Reserved
Light 8
OFF
Code 72 Reserved
For Future Use
Bypass Inhibit
Address
[080]
[081]
Page 26
Light 1
OFF
Zone 1
Light 2
OFF
Zone 2
Light 3
OFF
Zone 3
Light 4
OFF
Zone 4
Light 5
OFF
Zone 5
Light 6
OFF
Zone 6
Light 7
OFF
Zone 7
Light 8
OFF
Zone 8
Page 26
Default
Light 1
OFF
Zone 1
Light 2
OFF
Zone 2
Light 3
OFF
Zone 3
Light 4
OFF
Zone 4
Light 5
OFF
Zone 5
Light 6
OFF
Zone 6
Light 7
OFF
Zone 7
Light 8
OFF
Zone 8
Address
[083]
Page 26
Zone Transmission Delay Select
Address
[082]
Page 26
Default
For Future Use
[082] - [083]
Page 26
Default
Light 1
OFF
Trouble Zone 1
Light 2
OFF
Trouble Zone 2
Light 3
OFF
Trouble Zone 3
Light 4
OFF
Trouble Zone 4
Light 5
OFF
Trouble Zone 5
Light 6
OFF
Trouble Zone 6
Light 7
OFF
Trouble Zone 7
Light 8
OFF
Not Used
49
MODE 22 PROGRAMMING WORKSHEETS
[001] - [008]
System Options
Address
[001]
Default
Light 1
OFF
Option 1 Open / Close Report Select
Light 2
OFF
Option 2 Close Confirmation Option
Light 3
OFF
Option 3 Force Arming Select
Light 4
OFF
Option 4 Reserved
Light 5
OFF
Option 5 Quick-Arm Select
Light 6
ON
Option 6 Alarm Memory Indication
Light 7
ON
Option 7 Siren Driver Enabled
Light 8
OFF
Option 8 Bell Squawk Enabled
Address
[002]
Default
Light 1
ON
Option 9
Access Code Required for Bypassing
Light 2
OFF
Option 10
Immediate Bypass Report
Light 3
OFF
Option 11
Bypass Report on Exit
Light 4
OFF
Option 12
Common Bypass Report
Light 5
ON
Option 13
Bypassed Zones Display on Exit
Light 6
OFF
Option 14
Quick Exit
Light 7
OFF
Option 15
No arming on AC failure and low battery
Light 8
OFF
Option 16
Reserved
Address
[003]
Default
Light 1
OFF
Option 17
Master Code not Changeable
Light 2
ON
Option 18
Only Master Code able to send User Message
Light 3
OFF
Option 19
Immediate Restore
Light 4
OFF
Option 20
Memory Security Switch
Light 5
OFF
Option 21
Keyswitch Arming/Disarming
Light 6
OFF
Option 22
Maintained Keyswitch Arming/Disarming
Light 7
OFF
Option 23
Reserved
Light 8
OFF
Option 24
Reserved
Address
[004]
50
Page 27
Default
Light 1
ON
Option 25
Programmable Output 3 Normally High
Light 2
OFF
Option 26
Installer Lockout
Light 3
OFF
Option 27
Keypad Lockout
Light 4
OFF
Option 28
Reserved
Light 5
OFF
Option 29
Reserved
Light 6
OFF
Option 30
Reserved
Light 7
OFF
Option 31
Reserved
Light 8
OFF
Option 32
Immediate AC Failure Report
Address
[005]
Default
Light 1
OFF
Option 33
Reserved
Light 2
OFF
Option 34
Reserved
Light 3
OFF
Option 35
Reserved
Light 4
OFF
Option 36
Reserved
Light 5
OFF
Option 37
Reserved
Light 6
OFF
Option 38
Master User(s) Allowed to Assign Groups
Light 7
OFF
Option 39
Reserved
Light 8
OFF
Option 40
Forced Arming on Delay/Instant Zones
Address
[006]
Default
Light 1
OFF
Option 41
Reserved
Light 2
OFF
Option 42
Reserved
Light 3
OFF
Option 43
Reserved
Light 4
OFF
Option 44
Arming by Central Station
Light 5
OFF
Option 45
Disarming by Central Station
Light 6
OFF
Option 46
Forced Auto-Arming and/or Arming by Central Station
Light 7
OFF
Option 47
Reserved
Light 8
OFF
Option 48
Reserved
Address
[007]
Default
Light 1
OFF
Option 49
Reserved
Light 2
ON
Option 50
Auto Clear Bypasses on Entry
Light 3
OFF
Option 51
All Closed Report
Light 4
OFF
Option 52
Opening Report on Alarm
Light 5
OFF
Option 53
Reserved
Light 6
OFF
Option 54
Auto-Arm Squawk
Light 7
OFF
Option 55
Open/Close Report by Group
Light 8
OFF
Option 56
Reserved
Address
[008]
[009] - [020]
[021] - [023]
Default
Light 1
OFF
Option 57
Calculate Bypass Report
Light 2
OFF
Option 58
Reserved
Light 3
OFF
Option 59
Reserved
Light 4
OFF
Option 60
Reserved
Light 5
OFF
Option 61
Reserved
Light 6
OFF
Option 62
Reserved
Light 7
OFF
Option 63
Reserved
Light 8
OFF
Option 64
Reserved
For Future Use
Page 30
Entrance and Exit Delays
Page 30
Address
Default
[021]
3 0
Entrance Delay 1 (seconds)
[022]
4 5
Entrance Delay 2 (seconds)
[023]
6 0
Exit Delay (seconds)
51
[024] - [029]
System Times
Page 30
Address
Default
[024]
0 6
Siren / Bell Duration (minutes)
[025]
0 0
Fire Zone Activation Delay (seconds)
[026]
3 0
Fire Zone Restore Delay (seconds)
[027]
1 5
Zone Alarm Delay (seconds)
[028]
2 5
Fire Zone Transmission Delay (seconds)
[029]
1 8
Auto-Arm Delay (× 10 seconds)
[030] -[032]For Future Use
[033]
Printer Setup
Page 30
Page 31
Default
0 4
[034]
Default: 2400 baud
For Future Use
[035] - [037]
Page 31
Programmable Output Types
Page 31
Address
Default
[035]
9 9
Programmable Output 1
[036]
9 9
Programmable Output 2
[037]
1 3
Programmable Output 3
Output Types
01
Kiss-Off Signal
18
Utility Output (Group C Code)
02
Fail to Communicate
19
Utility Output (Group D Code)
03
Courtesy Light
20
Follow Chime
04
Follow Bell/Siren
21
Follow Buzzer
05
Follow Group A Arm/Disarm Status
22
Serial Printer Output (only for Programmable Output 1)
06
Follow Group B Arm/Disarm Status
24
Strobe Output
07
Follow Group C Arm/Disarm Status
25
30-minute Strobe Output
08
Follow Group D Arm/Disarm Status
26
Bell/Siren Output for Group A
09
Follow Group A Ready Status
27
Bell/Siren Output for Group B
10
Follow Group B Ready Status
28
Bell/Siren Output for Group C
11
Follow Group C Ready Status
29
Bell/Siren Output for Group D
12
Follow Group D Ready Status
30
Follow Auto-Arm Buzzer
13
Utility Output (No Code)
31
Follow Away Status
14
Utility Output (Any valid Code)
32
Follow Trouble
15
Utility Output (Keys [4] & [5])
33
Follow Low Battery
16
Utility Output (Group A Code)
34
Follow Fire Zone
17
Utility Output (Group B Code)
35
Follow AC Status
[038] - [062]
52
For Future Use
Page 31
[063]
Language Selection for Printer
Page 31
Default
0 1
01 1st Language (English)
02 2nd Language (French)
[064]
[065]
For Future Use
Page 31
Maximum Alarm Reports Per Zone Per Armed Period
Page 31
Default
0 F
53
MODE 23 PROGRAMMING WORKSHEETS
[001]
Installer’s Code
Page 32
Default
8 0 0 0
[002] - [050]
For Future Use
[051] - [057]
Zone Configuration For Zones 1 through 7
Address
Default
[051]
0
Zone 1
[052]
0
Zone 2
[053]
0
Zone 3
[054]
0
Zone 4
[055]
0
Zone 5
[056]
0
Zone 6
[057]
0
Zone 7
[058] - [400]
[401] - [408]
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For Future Use
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Individual Bypass Reporting Codes
Address
Default
[401]
8 0
Zone 1
[402]
8 1
Zone 2
[403]
8 2
Zone 3
[404]
8 3
Zone 4
[405]
8 4
Zone 5
[406]
8 5
Zone 6
[407]
8 6
Zone 7
[408]
8 7
Zone 8
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HOOK-UP DIAGRAM
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DV8OOO
FOR THE RECORD
Client Information
Customer ______________________________________________________________
Address
______________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________
Phone: ___________________________
Installation Date: __________________
Contacts
Name: ___________________________
Phone: __________________________
Name: ___________________________
Phone: __________________________
Name: ___________________________
Phone: __________________________
Control: _____________
Version: ______________
Receiver Number: __________________
Account: __________
Installer’s Code: __________________
Keypad
[F]ire
ON
OFF
Quick-Arm
ON
OFF
[A]uxiliary
ON
OFF
Auto-Arm
ON
OFF
[P]anic
ON
OFF
Auto-Disarm
ON
OFF
Installer Lockout
Installer Lockout
ON
OFF
Alarm Zones
Zone
Type
Label
Protected Area
1
_______
_________________________
_______________________________
2
_______
_________________________
_______________________________
3
_______
_________________________
_______________________________
4
_______
_________________________
_______________________________
5
_______
_________________________
_______________________________
6
_______
_________________________
_______________________________
7
_______
_________________________
_______________________________
8
_______
_________________________
_______________________________
Trouble Zones
Zone
Type
Label
1
_______
_________________________
_______________________________
2
_______
_________________________
_______________________________
3
_______
_________________________
_______________________________
4
_______
_________________________
_______________________________
5
_______
_________________________
_______________________________
6
_______
_________________________
_______________________________
7
_______
_________________________
_______________________________
8
_______
_________________________
_______________________________
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Protected Area
Access Codes
Code
Type
Assigned To:
1
_______
________________________________
2
_______
________________________________
3
_______
________________________________
4
_______
________________________________
5
_______
________________________________
6
_______
________________________________
7
_______
________________________________
8
_______
________________________________
9
_______
________________________________
10 _______
________________________________
11 _______
________________________________
12 _______
________________________________
13 _______
________________________________
14 _______
________________________________
15 _______
________________________________
16 _______
________________________________
NOTES
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Sur-Gard Ltd. warrants that for a period of twelve months from the date of purchase, the product shall be free from defects
in materials and workmanship under normal use and that in fulfilment of any breach of such warranty, Sur-Gard Ltd. will,
at its option, repair or replace the defective equipment upon return of the equipment to its repair depot. This warranty
applies only to defects in parts and workmanship and not to damage incurred in shipping or handling, or damage due
to causes beyond the control of Sur-Gard Ltd., such as lightning, excessive voltage, mechanical shock, water damage,
or damage arising out of abuse, alteration or improper application of the equipment.
The foregoing warranty shall apply only to the original buyer, and is and shall be in lieu of any and all other warranties,
whether expressed or implied and of all other obligations or liabilities on the part of Sur-Gard Ltd. Sur-Gard Ltd. neither
assumes nor authorizes any other person purporting to act on its behalf to modify or to change this warranty, nor to
assume for it any other warranty or liability concerning this product.
WARNING
Sur-Gard Security Systems Ltd. recommends that the entire system be completely tested on regular basis. However,
despite frequent testing, and due to, but not limited to, criminal tampering or electrical disruption, it is possible for this
product to fail to perform as expected.
*DVACS is a registered trade mark of Electro Arts Limited and covers a wide variety of products.
Full DVACS compatability applies only when the Sur-Gard equipment is connected to the RS-232 port
of a DVACS F1F2-List 3 (or a DVACS F1F2-List 1) subset which is connected to a DVACS HUB-324
(or DVACS HUB-308) card.
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2000 SG Security Communications
401 Magnetic Drive, Units 24-28
Downsview, Ontario Canada M3J 3H9
Tel: (416) 665-4494
Fax: (416) 665-4222
Toll Free: 1-800-418-7618
www.sur-gard.com
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