Bosch D1257 Installation guide

D7212GV3
Operation and Installation Guide
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Control Panel
D7212GV3 | Operation and Installation Guide | Trademarks
Part 68
Trademarks
Molex is a registered trademark of Molex
Incorporated.
Certifications and Approvals
The D7212GV3 Literature Pack includes the
D7212GV3 Approved Applications Compliance Guide
(P/N: F01U143080). Refer to this guide for additional
guidelines on installing the control panels in
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) and fire-specific
applications.
Fire
UL
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL) lists the
D7212GV3 Control Panel as a Control Unit for
Household Fire Warning.
The D7212GV3 is not UL Listed for
Commercial Fire (UL864).
Burglary
UL
UL lists the D7212GV3 Control Panel for: Central
Station, Local, Police Connect, Bank Safe and Vault,
Mercantile Safe and Vault, and Household Systems.
Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) Rules
Part 15
This equipment was tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used
according to the instructions, can cause harmful
interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the
user is required to correct the interference at his or
her own expense.
2
This equipment complies with Part 68 of FCC rules. A
label contains, among other information, the FCC
registration number and ringer equivalence number
(REN). If requested, this information must be provided
to the telephone company.
The D7212GV3 Control Panel is registered for
connection to the public telephone network using an
RJ38X or RJ31X jack.
The REN is used to determine the number of devices
that can be connected to the telephone line.
Excessive RENs on the telephone line may result in
the devices not ringing in response to an incoming
call. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the RENs
should not exceed five. To be certain of the number of
devices that can be connected to the line, as
determined by the RENs, contact the telephone
company to determine the maximum REN for the
calling area.
If you experience trouble with the D7212GV3 Control
Panel, please contact Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
Customer Service for repair and warranty information.
If the trouble is causing harm to the telephone
network, the telephone company might request that
the equipment be removed from the network until the
problem is resolved. User repairs must not be made,
and doing so will void the user’s warranty.
If the D7212GV3 Control Panel causes harm to the
telephone network, the telephone company attempts
to notify you in advance. If advance notice is not
practical, the telephone company notifies you as soon
as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right to
file a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is
necessary.
The telephone company might make changes in its
facilities, equipment, operations, or procedures that
affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens,
the telephone company provides advance notice in
order for the necessary modifications to be made in
order to maintain uninterrupted service.
This equipment cannot be used on public coin service
provided by the telephone company. Connection to
Party Line service is subject to state tariffs. (Contact
your state public utilities commission for information.)
FCC Registration Number:
US:ESVOT00BD9412GV3
Service Center in USA:
Bosch ST Service Center
8601 East Cornhusker Hwy
Dock B
Lincoln, NE 68507 - 9702 USA
Ringer Equivalence: 0.0B
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D7212GV3 | Operation and Installation Guide | Contents
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Contents
1.0
2.0
2.1
2.2
3.0
3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.2
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.3.5
3.3.6
3.3.7
3.3.8
3.3.9
3.3.10
3.3.11
3.3.12
3.3.14
3.3.15
3.3.16
4.0
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
4.5.4
4.5.5
4.6
4.6.1
4.6.2
4.6.3
4.6.4
4.6.5
4.7
4.8
Introduction ......................................................6
Lightning Strikes..............................................7
Effects ..................................................................7
Precautions during Installation .........................7
Overview ...........................................................8
Configuration and Parts.....................................8
Parts List..............................................................9
Parts Available by Separate Order...................9
Accessories........................................................10
Features in the D7212GV3 .............................11
SDI Molex Connector .....................................11
Tip and Ring Posts ...........................................11
Telephone Line Sniff .......................................11
Points .................................................................11
Areas and Accounts .........................................11
Digital Communicator .....................................11
Keypads.............................................................11
Keyswitch..........................................................12
Event Memory..................................................12
Event Log..........................................................12
Ground Fault Detection...................................12
Ground Fault Detection Added Feature ........12
Conettix Functions...........................................12
Programming ....................................................12
Other Features ..................................................13
Installation.......................................................13
Installation Preparation....................................13
Enclosure Options............................................13
Mounting Enclosure.........................................13
Installing the Control Panel ............................15
Connecting Earth Ground...............................15
Terminal 10.......................................................15
Ground Fault Detect Enable ...........................15
Enabling Ground Fault Detection ..................15
D7212GV3 Ground Fault Specifications .......15
Locking the Reset Pin ......................................15
Completing the Installation.............................16
Charging the Battery........................................16
Installing and Wiring Detection Devices .......16
Installing Modules and Relays........................16
Connecting the On-board Points and Keypads
............................................................................16
Powering Up .....................................................17
Programming the Control Panel.....................17
Installing the Point Chart Label......................17
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4.10
5.0
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.2.5
5.2.6
6.0
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.4.3
6.4.4
7.0
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.10
8.0
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
Testing the System ........................................... 17
Service Walk Test ............................................ 17
Power Supply ................................................. 20
Primary Power Terminals 1 and 2 ................. 20
Primary (AC) Power Circuit ........................... 20
Installing the Transformer............................... 20
Secondary Power Terminals ........................... 20
Secondary (DC) Power.................................... 20
Installing the Battery........................................ 21
Replacing the Battery ...................................... 21
Battery Supervision.......................................... 21
Battery Charging Circuit ................................. 22
Battery Discharge and Recharge Schedule ... 22
Power Outputs................................................ 24
Circuit Protection............................................. 24
Total Available Power ..................................... 24
Continuous Power Output Terminals 3, 8,
and 32................................................................ 24
Programmable Power Output Terminals 6, 7,
and 8.................................................................. 24
Programming.................................................... 24
Terminals 6 and 7 ............................................ 25
Fire System Power Formula............................ 25
Terminal 8 ........................................................ 25
Telephone Connections ............................... 25
Registration....................................................... 25
Notification ....................................................... 25
Location ............................................................ 26
Telephone Cord Connection.......................... 26
Phone LED (Red)............................................. 27
Operation Monitor LED (Green) ................... 27
Dialing Format ................................................. 27
Telephone Line Monitor ................................. 27
Called Party Disconnect.................................. 27
Communication Failure................................... 27
On-Board Points............................................. 28
Terminals 11 to 22 Description ...................... 28
Point Sensor Loops .......................................... 28
Point Parameters .............................................. 28
Point Response Time....................................... 29
Wiring Information for Installations Using the
Rothenbuhler 5110/4001-42 High Security
Bell..................................................................... 29
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9.0
9.1
9.1.1
9.1.2
9.1.3
9.1.4
9.1.5
9.2
9.3
9.3.1
9.3.2
9.3.3
9.3.4
9.3.5
9.3.6
9.3.7
9.3.8
9.4
9.4.1
9.4.2
9.4.3
9.4.4
9.4.5
9.4.6
9.4.7
9.5
10.0
10.1
10.1.1
10.1.1
10.1.2
10.1.3
11.0
11.1
11.2
11.2.1
11.2.2
11.3
11.4
11.4.1
11.4.2
11.4.3
11.4.4
4
Off-Board Points.............................................32
Point (Zonex) Bus: D7212GV3 Terminals ....32
POPIT Modules ...............................................32
POPEX Modules..............................................32
Missing Conditions ..........................................32
Extra Point Events............................................32
D7212GV3 Responses to Missing Point
Conditions.........................................................33
D8125, D9127 POPIT Modules .....................33
Installing the D8125 POPEX Module............35
Mounting...........................................................35
Wiring the D8125 to the Control Panel.........35
Wiring POPITs to the Data Expansion Loop35
Wiring Data Expansion Loops to POPEX
Modules.............................................................36
POPIT Sensor Loops .......................................36
POPIT Module Point Assignments ................36
Program Record Sheet.....................................36
POPIT Labels ...................................................37
D8128D OctoPOPIT Module.........................37
Description........................................................37
Listings...............................................................37
Installation.........................................................38
Setting the OctoPOPIT Switches....................38
Mounting OctoPOPITs ...................................39
Wiring OctoPOPITs ........................................39
OctoPOPIT Sensor Loops...............................42
Testing Off-Board Points .................................42
Off-Board Relays............................................43
D8129 OctoRelay.............................................43
Configuring the D8129 OctoRelay.................43
Relay Outputs...................................................44
Installation.........................................................44
Wiring Connections .........................................44
Arming Devices..............................................44
Description........................................................44
Keypad Terminals 29 to 32.............................44
Assigning an Address for the Keypad............45
Installation.........................................................45
D279A Independent Zone Control ................47
Keyswitch..........................................................47
Description........................................................47
Programming ....................................................47
Installation.........................................................47
Operation ..........................................................47
12.0
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.3.1
12.3.2
12.4
12.4.1
12.4.2
12.4.3
13.0
13.1
13.2
SDI Devices..................................................... 48
Description ....................................................... 48
Installation ........................................................ 48
D9131A Parallel Printer Interface Module ... 48
Switch Settings.................................................. 48
Supervision ....................................................... 48
SDI Address 88 and 92 ................................... 48
Network Interface Modules ............................ 48
Address Settings ............................................... 49
Supervision ....................................................... 49
Programmer Connections............................ 49
Programmer Connector................................... 49
Installer Keypad and Local Programmers
Mode ................................................................. 50
13.3
Programmer Access Reports........................... 50
14.0
D7212GV3 Faceplate .................................... 51
Appendix A: System Wiring Diagrams, Issue A ... 52
Appendix B: Point Address Chart............................ 55
Specifications ................................................................ 56
SDI Bus A (+): ................................................................ 56
Connection: .................................................................... 56
Discharge Cycle.............................................................. 56
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D7212GV3 | Operation and Installation Guide | Figures
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Figures
Figure 1:
Figure 2:
Figure 3:
Figure 4:
Figure 5:
Figure 6:
Figure 7:
Figure 8:
Figure 9:
System Configuration .................................8
Enclosure Mounting..................................14
Ground Fault Detect (S4) .........................15
Reset Pin ....................................................16
Service Walk Test Flow Chart .................19
Battery Terminals .....................................21
Charging and Battery LEDs.....................22
RJ31X Wiring............................................26
Phone Connector, Phone LED, and
Operation Monitor LED Locations.........26
Figure 10: On-board Point Sensor Loop Wiring......28
Figure 11: Rothenbuhler 5110/4001-42 High Security
Bell Wiring Configuration........................30
Figure 12: Wiring the Rothenbuhler 5110/4001-42
High Security Bell to the D7212GV3
Control Panel.............................................31
Figure 13: Connecting the D8125 POPEX to the
D7212GV3 Control Panel........................34
Figure 14: Program Record Sheet..............................37
Figure 15: D8128D OctoPOPIT Layout ...................38
Figure 16: Connecting D8128D OctoPOPITs to the
D7212GV3.................................................40
Figure 17: Wiring Multiple D8128Ds Using Molex®
Connectors.................................................41
Figure 18: D8128D OctoPOPIT Sensor Loops........42
Figure 19: D8129 Connections to the D7212GV3...43
Figure 20: Power at Keypads .....................................46
Figure 21: Keyswitch Wiring......................................47
Figure 22: DX4020 DIP Switch Settings ..................49
Figure 23: Reset Pin ....................................................49
Figure 24: D7212GV3 Faceplate ...............................51
Figure 25: D7212GV3, Power Supply Side System
Wiring .........................................................52
Figure 26: D7212GV3, Input Points and Peripheral
Devices System Wiring.............................53
Figure 27: D7212GV3, SDI Devices System Wiring
....................................................................54
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Tables
Table 1:
Table 2:
Table 3:
Table 4:
Table 5:
Table 6:
Table 7:
Table 8:
Table 9:
Table 10:
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Table 21:
Table 22:
Related Documentation ............................. 6
GV3 Series Control Panel Differences ..... 8
Compatible Accessories ........................... 10
Compatible Keypads ................................ 12
Ground Fault Impedance Specifications 15
Battery Discharge and Recharge Schedule
.................................................................... 22
Charging Status and Low Battery LEDs. 23
Point Parameters ....................................... 28
POPEX Modules....................................... 32
Extra Point Events .................................... 32
Off-Board Point Errors ............................. 33
Data Expansion Loop Wire Specifications
.................................................................... 35
D8128D OctoPOPIT Switch Settings ..... 38
Switch 5 Settings for Line Termination .. 39
Terminal Strip Connections..................... 39
D8129 OctoRelay Switch Settings .......... 43
Keypad Address Settings........................ 45
Keypad Connections ................................ 45
SDI Device Connections.......................... 48
Printer Address Switch Settings............... 48
Zonex 1, Points 9 to 40 ............................ 55
Specifications............................................. 56
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D7212GV3 | Operation and Installation Guide | 1.0
Introduction
1.0 Introduction
This manual addresses the operation and installation of the D7212GV3 Control Panel only. Throughout this
guide, the words “control panel” refer to the D7212GV3 Control Panel.
To obtain any of the documents in Table 1, contact Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Customer Service
at (800) 289-0096 and request the documentation by its corresponding part number.
Table 1:
Related Documentation
Product Type
Control Panel
Keypads
Programming
Tools
Expansion
Devices
6
Name of Documentation
D7212GV3 Release Notes
D7212GV3 Approved Applications Compliance Guide
D7212GV3 Operation and Installation Guide (this document)
D7212GV3 Program Entry Guide
D7212GV3 Program Record Sheet
UL Certificated Bank Safe and Vault Applications Technogram
D1255RB/D1256RB/D1257RB Installation Instructions
D1255/D1255B Installation Instructions
D1256/D1257 Installation Instructions
D1260/D1260B Installation Guide
D1260/D1260B Owner’s Manual
D720 Series Installation Instructions
D279A Operation and Installation Instructions
Security System Owner's Manual
GV3 Series Owner's Manual Supplement
RPS Installation Guide
Part Number
F01U143081
F01U143080
F01U143079
F01U170808
F01U170810
73-07302-000
F01U011791
74-06819-000
74-06925-000
48101
50410
74-06918-000
46458
71-06633-000
F01U143082
4998141259
D8128D Installation Guide
D8125MUX Operation & Installation Guide
ISW-D8125CW-V2 Installation & Operation Guide
F01U070537
F01U034973
F01U161691
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D7212GV3 | Operation and Installation Guide | 2.0
Lightning Strikes
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2.0 Lightning Strikes
The control panel is designed to significantly reduce
electromagnetic interference and malfunction
generally caused by lightning.
2.1
Effects
Any electronic system can be struck directly by
lightning or be adversely affected by a lightning strike
near the system. When lightning strikes, several
things happen:
• An electromagnetic wave spreads from the point
of the strike inducing high voltages in nearby
conductors.
• The voltage changes substantially on electrical
grounds near the lightning strike.
• High voltages are induced upon anything directly
struck by lightning.
Symptoms of installations that lightning might strike or
affect are Missing Trouble, Missing Alarm, or Point
Bus Trouble events. Occasionally, Reboot and
Watchdog events might be sent because the control
panel tried to reset itself.
Electronic systems, including control panels, cannot
be completely immune to direct or indirect lightning
strikes; however, some proven installation practices
might greatly reduce the risk of undesirable affects.
2.2
Precautions during Installation
To minimize the risk of undesirable effects from
lightning strikes on high risk installations that use a
point-bus technology:
•
Do not run wiring outside the building.
•
If you must install the unit in a metal building,
keep the wiring at least 2 ft away from external
metal surfaces.
•
Earth ground the unit correctly. Do not use an
electrical ground or telephone ground.
•
Avoid running wires near telephone, data, or
power lines inside a building. Historical evidence
shows that locating control panel wiring at least 2
ft away from telephone, data, or power lines is
successful at minimizing lightning damage. When
your data lines must cross the path of AC or other
wiring, cross the lines perpendicularly.
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D7212GV3 | Operation and Installation Guide | 3.0
Overview
3.0 Overview
3.1
Configuration and Parts
Figure 1:
System Configuration
Each D8128D OctoPOPIT combines
eight POPIT points in one module.
D8129 OctoRelay provides alarm
and auxilliary relay output.
(Other functions available.)
Control
Panel
D8125, ISW-D8125CW-V2,
or D8125MUX Interface
used for point expansion.
DX4020 or ITS-DX4020-G allows
communication over a Local or
Wide Area network (LAN/WAN).
On-Board Points
1 to 8
Use keypads or keyswitches to arm the control
panel by area. Each control panel can have up to four
areas. Each area can have its own account number or
areas can be grouped together with a common account
number. Points of protection are assigned to areas.
D8132 Modules (two 12 VDC) provide
additional power for keypads and other
powered devices.
D9131A Module connects
to a parallel printer to print
the event log.
Table 2:
GV3 Series Control Panel Differences
Features
D9412GV3
D7412GV3
D7212GV3
Access Control
Arm/Disarm Passcodes
Cards/Tokens
Yes - 8 doors
Yes - 2 doors
No
249
996
99
396
99
N/A
16
4
4
3
246
128
32
16
8
1
75
64
8
16
8
1
40
24
4
8
8
Passcode-Protected Custom
Functions
Number of Printers
Number of Points
Number of Relays
Number of Areas
Number of D1255 Keypads
Number of D1260 Keypads
8
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D7212GV3 | Operation and Installation Guide | 3.0
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3.1.1
Overview
Parts List
The D7212GV3 Control Panel is shipped preassembled from the factory with the following parts:
Literature Pack
• D7212GV3 Program Record Sheet
(P/N: F01U170810)
• 7000/9000 Series Point Chart Label
(P/N: 79-06660-000)
Assembly
• PC board
• Faceplate shield
• Mounting skirt
• One #6 x 1/4-in. screw
3.1.2 Parts Available by Separate Order
Order the following components separately to
complete a basic 8-point installation.
The D1260 and D1260B Keypads must
have firmware version 1.03 or higher for
use with the D7212GV3.
•
D1255B, D1255, D1256, D1260, D1260B
Keypad, or D720 Keypad
• D1255RB Fire Keypad, D1256RB Fire Keypad,
or D1257RB Fire Alarm Annunciator
• D1640 Transformer
• D126 or D1218 Battery
• D161 or D162 Phone Cord
• D8103, D8108A, or D8109 Enclosure
Configured packages are also available. Please
consult the Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Product
Catalog.
The following literature is available in a separate
literature package for dealers.
• D7212GV3 Operation and Installation Guide
(P/N: F01U143079)
• D7212GV3 Approved Applications Compliance
Guide (P/N: F01U143080)
• D7212GV3 Program Entry Guide
(P/N: F01U170808)
• D7212GV3 Program Record Sheet
(P/N: F01U170810)
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3.2
Overview
Accessories
Refer to the Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Product Catalog for additional information.
Table 3:
Compatible Accessories
Model
D122/D122L
D125B
D127
D129
D130
D185
D192G
D279A
D720
D720R
D720W
D1255RB
D1256RB
D1257RB
D1218
D1255/D1255B
D1255R
D1255W
D1256
D1257
D1260/D1260B1
D1640
D8004
D8125
D8125MUX
ITS-D8125CW-V2
D8128D
D8129
D8130
D8132
D9127U/T
D9131A
DX4020
ITS-DX4020-G
ZX776Z
ZX794Z
ZX865
ZX938Z
ZX970
1
10
Title
Dual Battery Harness
Powered Loop Interface Module
Reversing Relay
Dual Class A Initiation Circuit Module
Relay Module
Reverse Polarity Module
Bell Circuit Supervision Module
Independent Zone Control (on-bBoard and OctoPOPIT points)
LED Keypad
LED Keypad (red)
LED Keypad (white)
Fire Keypad
Fire Keypad
Fire Alarm Annunciator
12 V, 17.2 Ah Rechargeable Battery
Keypads (general purpose)
Text Keypad (red)
Text Keypad (white)
Fire Keypad
Fire Alarm Annunciator
Keypads
16.5 VAC 40 VA Transformer
Transformer Enclosure
POPEX Module
Multiplex Bus Interface
Commercial Wireless Interface Module
OctoPOPIT Module
OctoRelay Module
Release Module
Battery Charger Module
POPIT Module
Parallel Printer Interface Module
Network Interface Module
GPRS/GSM Communicator
PIR Motion Sensor [15 m (50 ft)] with POPIT
PIR Motion Sensor [24 m (80 ft)] with POPIT
PIR/Microwave Motion Sensor [+1.7°C (+35°F)] with POPIT
PIR Motion Sensor [18 m (60 ft)] with POPIT
PIR/Microwave Motion Sensor [+1.7°C (+35°F)] with POPIT
Fire
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Intrusion
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Version 1.04 or above
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D7212GV3 | Operation and Installation Guide | 3.0
Overview
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3.3
Features in the D7212GV3
3.3.1
SDI Molex Connector
Use the SDI Molex Connector to easily connect an
SDI device with the SDI bus. Possible applications
include:
• Connecting a DX4010i to program the control
panel with Remote Programming Software
(RPS) at the premises
• Connecting a keypad to test the control panel.
Do not connect the D5200 Programmer to
the SDI Molex connector.
Control panel firmware v8.11 or later
does not support the D5200.
UL requires that the DX4010i be used for
programming only.
3.3.2
Tip and Ring Posts
The tip and ring posts allow connecting a phone or
buttset for the purpose of troubleshooting
communications between the control panel and the
central station. This connection allows monitoring of
the dial tone, handshaking tones from the receiver,
and communications signals.
3.3.3
Telephone Line Sniff
The D7212GV3 Control Panel monitors the phone line
for the programmed supervision interval before
indicating a phone line trouble.
3.3.4
Points
The Bosch Security Systems, Inc. D7212GV3 Control
Panel provides up to 40 points of protection. Point
programming parameters determine the control
panel’s response to open and shorted conditions on
the sensor loop for the point. Several options allow
individual point programming to custom-fit the
protection to the installation.
Points 1 to 8 are located on the circuit board (onboard points). They are standard sensor loops. The
remaining off-board points are POPIT points using
D8128D OctoPOPITs, D8125 POPEX Modules and
D9127 POPITs, or the ISW-D8125CW-V2
Commercial Wireless Interface Module. MUX devices
can also be used with the D8125MUX.
Any points programmed as fire
supervisory points are latching.
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3.3.5
Areas and Accounts
The system supports up to four separate areas. You
can assign all points to a single area or distribute
them over as many as four areas.
The control panel is armed and disarmed by area,
and several areas can be armed and disarmed with
one menu function. A passcode can also be assigned
an authority level that allows a user to arm an area
from a remote keypad in another area. Assigning
each area its own account number creates four
separate accounts in one control panel. Assigning the
same account number to different areas groups them
together in a single account.
Area options include exit tone and delay, separate fire
and burglary outputs, and multiple opening and
closing windows. Area type can be used to create
area interdependencies for arming purposes.
3.3.6
Digital Communicator
The control panel uses a built-in digital communicator
to send reports to the receiver. The control panel
sends reports in either the Modem IIIa2 ANSI-SIA
Contact ID format. All software versions for the D6600
can be used with the control panel.
The control panel connects to an RJ31X or RJ38X
jack for telephone line seizure. Connecting to the
RJ31X complies with FCC regulations for using the
public telephone network. The control panel can be
programmed to direct reports to four separate
telephone numbers.
The system can route groups of Event Reports to four
different destinations. Each report group can be
programmed to send reports to one or more
destinations. Primary and backup reporting paths can
be programmed for each destination and each report
group. A custom option allows specification of
individual Event Reports to be sent.
3.3.7
Keypads
Up to 32 unsupervised keypads can be connected to
the system. The available power, number of
supervised keypads, and number of areas covered
affect the total number of keypads that can be
connected.
The system can supervise up to eight keypads. The
control panel sends a Serial Device Trouble Report,
SDI FAILURE in the Modem IIIa2 format or
Expansion Module Failure (333) in Contact ID format,
if it loses communication with a supervised keypad.
More than 8 keypads can be added, but the system
can only supervise up to 8 keypads. Table 4 on
page 12 shows the compatible keypads with the
D7212GV3 Control Panel. Refer to Keypad in the
D7212GV3 Program Entry Guide (P/N: F01U170808)
for complete details on programming keypad options.
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Table 4:
Compatible Keypads
Model
D1255/
D1255B/
D1255RB
D1256/
D1256RB
D1257/
D1257RB
D1260/
D1260B
D720/
D720B
Display
16-character
alphanumeric
Application
Fire/Burglary/Access
16-character
alphanumeric
16-character
alphanumeric
4-line by 20character
8 LED
Fire
3.3.8
3.3.12 Ground Fault Detection Added Feature
When Ground Fault Detect is enabled (S4 closed),
Points 1 to 8 can be used for non-powered fireinitiating devices such as heat detectors, four-wire
smoke detectors, and pull stations. A D125B Powered
Loop Interface or a D129 Dual Class A Interface
Module is not required when connecting the nonpowered fire-initiating devices to Points 1 to 8.
3.3.13 Conettix Functions
Fire
Fire/Burglary
Fire/Burglary
Keyswitch
Maintained or momentary closure devices such as
keyswitches allow any of the four available areas to
be armed or disarmed. Point programming
determines the loop responses and which area a
keyswitch controls.
3.3.9
Overview
Event Memory
The control panel retains point alarm and trouble
events in memory for each area. A D1255 (any
model) or a D1260 (any model) can be used to view
event memory by using COMMAND 40. The control
panel clears the previous events for an area from the
event memory when the area is armed.
3.3.10 Event Log
The system stores 800 events from all areas in its
event log. For example, the system adds at least two
items to the log each time an area is armed or
disarmed, the open (or close) event that also contains
the previous arming state.
The D6600 Conettix System supports data network
communications. Conettix allows the D6600 Receiver
to connect to various network technologies including
Ethernet and GPRS (General Packet Radio System).
Connecting to a data network is possible using the
COM4 or COM1 connection from the D6600 Receiver
to the D6680 Network Adapter. Control panels can
send reports through telephone lines, Ethernet,
Token-Ring or GPRS networks to the D6600 receiver
at the central station. Once events are received, they
can then be issued to automation software or a
network printer through a local area network (LAN) or
wide area network (WAN).
Sending events to the central station over a LAN or
WAN requires a network interface module (NIM), such
as the DX4020. Sending events over GPRS requires
a special NIM, the ITS-DX4020-G.
3.3.14 Programming
Use the Remote Programming Software (RPS) to
program the D7212GV3 Control Panel.
Refer to the D7212GV3 Program Entry Guide
(P/N: F01U170808) for programming options.
All events can be stored even if the control panel
does not send a report for them. The log can be
viewed at a keypad, printed locally using the D9131A
Parallel Printer Interface Module and a parallel printer,
or uploaded using Remote Programming Software
(RPS).
For a list of the log events, refer to the appendix in the
user’s guide for the keypad.
3.3.11 Ground Fault Detection
The Earth Ground Terminal on the control panels is
electrically isolated from all other terminals to allow
the D7212GV3 to detect ground fault conditions. A
Ground Fault Detect Enable switch (S4) is located just
under Terminal 10, Earth Ground, on the control
panel. Refer to Section 4.5.2 Ground Fault Detect
Enable on page 15 for information on operating this
function.
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3.3.15 Other Features
The D7212GV3 Control Panel has many
programmable features. Some of the features are
listed below. Complete details on all features are in
the D7212GV3 Program Entry Guide
(P/N: F01U170808).
• Supervision of AC (primary power), battery
(secondary power), Zonex and SDI buses,
central processing unit (CPU), up to three
printers, and two telephone lines
• Automatic System Test Reports
• Remote access for programming, diagnostics,
and log uploads using the remote programming
software (RPS)
• Fire alarm verification
• Programmable alarm output
• Programmable relay output using the D8129
OctoRelay Module
• Opening and closing windows
• Skeds (scheduled events)
• Limited local programming available in the
Service Menu
4.2
Installation
Enclosure Options
Mount the control panel assembly in any of the Bosch
Security Systems, Inc. enclosures listed:
•
D8103 Universal Enclosure (tan)
•
D8108A Attack Resistant Enclosure (tan)
Refer to the D7212GV3 Approved Applications
Compliance Guide (P/N: F01U143080) to determine if
the application requires a specific enclosure.
4.3
Mounting Enclosure
1. Run the necessary wiring throughout the
premises.
2. Mount the enclosure in the desired location. Use
all five enclosure mounting holes. Refer to
Figure 2.
3. Pull the wires into the enclosure.
Electromagnetic interference (EMI) can
cause problems on long wire runs.
4.0 Installation
4.1
Installation Preparation
This section contains a general installation procedure
and refers to other sections of the document for
detailed instructions.
Review this document and the D7212GV3 Program
Entry Guide (P/N: F01U170808) before beginning the
installation to determine the hardware and wiring
requirements for the features used.
Have the following documentation available when
reading through this guide:
• D7212GV3 Program Record Sheet
(P/N: F01U170810)
• Security System Owner’s Manual
(P/N: 71-06633-000) and GV3 Series Owner’s
Manual Supplement (P/N: F01U143082)
• Installation manual for keypad or annunciator
(D1255 all models, D1255RB, D1256, D1256RB,
D1257, D1257RB, D1260 all models, or D720 all
models)
Before installation, become familiar with RPS or the
Local Programmers menu.
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Figure 2:
Installation
Enclosure Mounting
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Mounting skirt hook holes (2)
Back of D7212GV3 Control Panel
Lock down tab
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4.4
Installing the Control Panel
1. Place the control panel over the inside back of the
enclosure, aligning the large rectangular openings
of the mounting skirt with the mounting hooks of
the enclosure. Slide the control panel down so
that it hangs on the hooks. Refer to Figure 2, Item
2 on page 14.
4.5.3
To enable the Ground Fault Detect Enable feature,
lock (close) the S4 Ground Fault Detect Pin on the
control panel (Figure 3).
Figure 3:
2. Remove the tape from the #6 x 1/4-in. screw in
the mounting tab on the control panel. The screw
passes through the mounting tab and into the
skirt mounting hole in the enclosure. Tighten the
screw to secure the control panel in the
enclosure.
Connecting Earth Ground
4.5.1
Terminal 10
Ground Fault Detect (S4)
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terminals to earth ground.
4.5.2
4.5.4
D7212GV3 Ground Fault Specifications
Table 5 provides the impedance specifications for
detecting ground faults when any terminal or field
wiring is shorted to ground.
Table 5:
Ground Fault Impedance
Specifications
Ground Fault Detect Enable
A ground fault is a circuit impedance to earth ground.
The control panel has a ground fault detection circuit
that, when enabled, detects ground faults on
Terminals 1 to 9 and 11 to 32. The control panel also
detects and annunciates ground faults on any device
connected to it.
• If a ground fault condition occurs, the keypads
display SERVC GND FAULT and the control panel
sends a GROUND FAULT TROUBLE, AREA 1.
When the control panel recognizes that the
ground fault condition is corrected, and remains
corrected for between 5 to 45 consecutive sec, a
Restoral Report is sent.
The D7212GV3 Control Panel logs and
prints a Ground Fault event as a Trouble
Point 256 if communicating in Modem IIIa2
format. If communicating in Contact ID
format, the D7212GV3 generates a
Ground Fault (310) event.
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Impedance
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4.5.5
Control Panel Detects Ground Fault
Yes
Detection depends upon the terminal
No
Locking the Reset Pin
Locking the reset pin disables the control panel
(Figure 4). When the control panel is disabled, the
system ignores most keypad commands and points.
CALL FOR SERVICE appears in keypad displays
when the pin is locked down.
On-board relays (Terminals 6 and 7) and off-board
relays deactivate when the control panel is reset.
Terminal 8 has power when the relay is deactivated.
Activation interrupts power at that terminal. The onboard relay (Terminal 8) remains deactivated when
the reset pin is locked in the disable position.
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Releasing the reset pin from the closed position
resets the control panel. The control panel resets all
its timers, counters, indexes, and buffers. Any points
that restore after a reset do not generate Restoral
Reports.
If the reset pin is placed in the disable position when
all areas are armed, there must be an entry in the
Answer Armed program item. Refer to RPS
Parameters in the D7212GV3 Program Entry Guide
(P/N: F01U170808).
Locking the pin in the disable position applies power
to the control panel and charges the battery while the
detection devices and keypads are installed.
Figure 4:
Reset Pin
Installation
Touch Terminal 10 First: If the on-board buzzer
sounds briefly when the control panel is touched, any
static charge you carry discharges to the control
panel.
Avoid electrostatic discharge. Always touch
Terminal 10, the earth ground connection,
before beginning work on the control panel.
If the control panel receives an electrostatic
discharge, it might generate Watchdog Reset and
Param Fail events.
4.6.2
Installing and Wiring Detection Devices
Install and wire detection devices and keypads at their
locations throughout the premises. Do not connect
the control panel yet.
Section 8.0 On-Board Points on page 28 contains
instructions for wiring the on-board points to detection
devices. Section 11.0 Arming Devices on page 44
contains instructions for wiring the keypads.
Instructions for wiring the off-board point POPIT
sensor loops are found in the instructions packaged
with the POPIT modules.
4.6.3
1.
Installing Modules and Relays
Power down the unit by unplugging the
transformer and disconnecting the battery.
Always power down the unit when installing
modules or relays, or when making wiring
connections to the control panel.
1 - Reset pin locked (closed.
2 - Reset pin normal (open)
4.6
2.
Install and wire any modules required for the
installation as described in the module’s
installation instructions.
Completing the Installation
Instructions for the D8125 POPEX Module,
D8128D OctoPOPIT Module, D8129 OctoRelay
Module, and D811 Arm Status Relay Module
appear in this guide.
If not already complete, make the earth ground
connection to Terminal 10 and lock the reset pin in
the closed position.
4.6.1
Charging the Battery
Connect the battery, then the transformer to allow the
control panel to charge the battery while you complete
the installation. Refer to Section 5.0 Power Supply on
page 20 for instructions.
On-board Buzzer Sounds at Power Up and Reset:
The system performs a series of self-diagnostic tests
of hardware, software, and programming at power up
and at reset. The buzzer on the control panel sounds
during the tests. The self-diagnostics tests complete
in approximately 1 to 3 sec.
If the control panel fails any test, the buzzer continues
sounding and a System Trouble message appears at
the keypads.
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Refer to Section 9.0 Off-Board Points on page
for D8125 and D8128D instructions. Refer to
Section 10.0 Off-Board Relays on page 43 for
D8129 and D811 instructions.
3.
If using the power outputs at Terminals 7 or 8,
refer to Section 6.4 Programmable Power Output
Terminals 6, 7, and 8 on page 24 for
instructions.
4.6.4
Connecting the On-board Points and
Keypads
Connect the on-board points and keypad wiring to the
system. Refer to Section 8.0 On-Board Points on
page 28 and Section 11.0 Arming Devices on page
44 for instructions.
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4.6.5
Powering Up
Reconnect the battery, then plug in the transformer.
The buzzer sounds for two sec when the control panel
is powered up. Leave the reset pin in the locked
position.
4.9
Installation
Testing the System
After installing and programming the control panel,
test the system completely. Test the control panel and
all devices for proper operation.
Yellow Charging Status LED Remains Lit: If the
yellow charging status LED remains lit after five
minutes of powering up the control panel, either the
battery is deeply discharged, or too many powered
devices were connected to the control panel.
Combined continuous current draw for Terminals 38,
24, and 32, and the accessory connector cannot
exceed 1.4 A. Refer to Section 6.0 Power Outputs on
page 24 for help.
Refer to Section 4.10 Service Walk Test for complete
Service Walk Test instructions.
4.7
4.10
Programming the Control Panel
If the control panel is not already programmed, review
the D7212GV3 Program Entry Guide
(P/N: F01U170808). Ensure that all accessory
modules for desired features are available for
installation.
Use RPS to load a custom program into the control
panel as needed.
4.8
Installing the Point Chart Label
The point chart label is required for fire
systems with verifications points.
A point chart label is included in the literature pack.
Install the point chart label for fire or combined fireand-burglary systems that use verification points.
Use the D7212GV3 Program Record Sheet
(P/N: F01U170810) to gather the necessary
information for completing the point chart. Fill out the
label and install it on the inside of the enclosure door
(refer to Figure 2 on page 14).
Avoid smearing the entries on the chart.
Use the peel-off backing to press the label
in place.
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Test after initially programming the control
panel and after subsequent programming
changes.
Clear after Test: To clear the event memory and
report buffer, momentarily close the reset pin. Events
stored in the control panel’s event log are not cleared.
Service Walk Test
The Service Walk Test differs from the standard Walk
Test. In the standard Walk Test, POPITs whose
switches are set for a point number not programmed
in the control panel do not appear in the test. In the
Service Walk Test, POPITs whose switches are set
for a point number that is not programmed in the
control panel do appear in the test.
The Service Walk Test allows the installer to walk test
all points from a control-panel-wide keypad,
regardless of the point index type.
A Service Walk Test can also be initiated by accountwide or area-wide keypads but test only those points
that are within the scope of the keypad that initiated
the function. The Service Walk Test does not test
points in armed areas.
Only Walk Test Start and Walk Test End
are reported to the central station.
The D9131A can be configured for local
printing. Refer to the D7212GV3 Program
Entry Guide (P/N: F01U170808).
During a Service Walk Test, the summary
alarm and summary fire remain off, because
there are no Fire or Burg alarm conditions
to summarize. The P# Relay Response
Type feature operates as programmed.
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Service Walk Test Procedure
Refer to Figure 5 on page 19 for Service Walk Test
options. Refer to the Walk Test procedures in the
GV3 Series Owner’s Manual Supplement
(P/N: F01U143082) when using a D1260 or D1260B
Keypad.
1. Choose a keypad to conduct the test. Ensure that
the display shows the idle disarmed text.
2. Press the [MENU] key to enter the Function List.
Press [NEXT] repeatedly until the SERVICE
WALK ? prompt appears.
3. Press [ENT].
The D7212GV3 does not include the
Service Walk Test in the Service Menu.
Enabling the Service Walk Test function
Function List provides access to the
Service Walk Test.
4. The display shows ### PTS TO TEST .Test the
first detection device.
5. When a detection device is faulted, the keypad
emits a brief tone and displays the point text of
the point tested for 60 sec. After 60 sec, the
display returns to the ### PTS TO TEST
message.
Installation
Extra Points display default text: If the switches on
a POPIT are set incorrectly to a point number that is
not in the program for the control panel, the default
text for that point number (PT ###) appears when the
point is faulted. Refer to the control panel’s program
record sheet for the default text for all points.
Faulting the point a second time produces the tone
and shows the point text, but does not decrease the
count in the ## PTS TO TEST message.
1. To see the points that remain untested during the
Service Walk Test:
a.
Press [ESC] when point text appears. The
display shows ## PTS TO TEST.
b. Press the [ESC] key. VIEW UNTESTED ?
appears.
c.
Press [ENT]. ## PTS UNTESTED appears.
d. Press [NEXT] to see a list of the points that
have not yet been tested. Move through this
list by pressing the [NEXT] key.
e.
To resume the Service Walk Test, press
[ESC]. ## PTS UNTESTED appears.
f.
Press [ESC]. ## PTS TO TEST appears.
g.
Resume testing points. To end the Service
Walk Test, press [ESC] twice.
2. After the last point is tested, 0 PTS TO TEST
appears. Press [ESC]. The display shows ALL
PTS TESTED briefly before returning to idle text.
Automatic time-out returns the system to
idle text. If there is no point or keypad
activity for 20 min, the Service Walk Test
ends automatically. The keypad returns to
idle text.
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Figure 5:
Service Walk Test Flow Chart
SERVICE WALK?
ENT
40 PTS TO TEST
Test a device
ESC
POINT TEXT
(Text displays for 60 seconds)
39 PTS TO TEST
ESC
Test a device
POINT TEXT
(Text displays for 60 seconds)
38 PTS TO TEST
ESC
Test a device
POINT TEXT
1 PTS TO TEST
ESC
Test a device
0 PTS TO TEST
IDLE TEXT
ESC
VIEW UNTESTED?
ENT
# PTS UNTESTED
NEXT
ESC
ESC
POINT TEXT
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5.0 Power Supply
5.1
Primary Power Terminals 1 and 2
5.1.1
Primary (AC) Power Circuit
The primary source is a 16.5 VAC, 40 VA, internallyfused transformer (Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
Model D1640). The control panel draws 200 mA when
idle and 500 mA when in an alarm state. The total
available auxiliary current is 1.4 A.
Transient suppressors and spark gaps protect the
circuit from power surges. This protection relies on
the ground connection at Terminal 10. Ensure that
you connect Terminal 10 to a proper ground. Refer to
Section 4.5 Connecting Earth Ground on page 15.
AC Power Fail
The system indicates an AC power failure when
Terminals 1 and 2 do not have power. The AC Fail
Time parameter sets the number of minutes or
seconds without AC power before the control panel
acknowledges the failure and the number of minutes
or seconds after the power returns before the control
panel acknowledges restored power. Refer to the
D7212GV3 Program Entry Guide (P/N: F01U170808)
for additional information about AC Fail Time.
5.1.2
Installing the Transformer
Do not short-circuit the terminals of the
transformer: Shorting the terminals opens
the internal fuse, causing permanent failure.
Connect the transformer to Terminals 1 and
2 of the control panel before plugging it into
the power source.
1. Use 1.22 mm (18 AWG) wire (minimum) to
connect the transformer to the control panel.
The wire length should be as short as possible.
The maximum length is 15 m (50 ft). Connect the
battery and plug in the transformer.
2. Route telephone and sensor loop wiring away
from any AC conductors, including the
transformer wire.
AC wiring can induce noise and low level voltage
into adjacent wiring. Route data wiring away from
AC and telephone wiring.
Power Supply
5. Secure the transformer to the outlet with the
screw provided.
D8004 Transformer Enclosure Required for Fire
Systems: Use the D8004 Transformer Enclosure for
the D1640 Transformer in fire and combined
fire/burglary applications.
Check with the Authority Having
Jurisdiction (AHJ) about mounting
transformers on specific circuits.
5.2
Secondary Power Terminals
5.2.1
Secondary (DC) Power
A 12 V, 7 Ah (up to 14 Ah) sealed lead-acid
rechargeable battery supplies secondary power for
auxiliary and alarm outputs, and powers the system
during interruptions in primary (AC) power.
Warning - Use Lead Acid Batteries Only:
The charging circuit is calibrated for leadacid batteries. Do not use gel-cell or nicad
batteries.
Extra Batteries Increase Back-up Time
To increase battery back-up time, connect a second
12 V battery of equal capacity in parallel to the first
battery. Use a D122 Dual Battery Harness to ensure
proper and safe connection. Refer to the Standby
Battery and Curent Rating Chart in the D7212GV3
Approved Applications Compliance Guide
(P/N: F01U143080).
D1218 Battery
The D1218 is a 12 V, 17.2 or 18 Ah battery for use in
applications requiring extended battery standby time.
Up to two D1218 batteries can be connected when
used with a D122 Dual Battery Harness.
Caution: When connecting two D1218
Batteries to the control panel, both must have
the same capacity (use two 17.2 Ah batteries
or two 18 Ah batteries).
When using two D1218 batteries, use a
separate enclosure, a D122L Dual Battery
Harness, and long leads.
Always connect the battery first and then
plug in the transformer.
3. Connect the battery. Refer to Section 5.2.2
Installing the Battery on page 21.
4. Plug the transformer into an unswitched, 120
VAC, 60 Hz power outlet only.
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5.2.2
Installing the Battery
1. Place the battery upright in the base of the
enclosure.
2. Locate the red and black leads supplied in the
literature pack.
3. Connect the black battery lead to Terminal 4, and
then to the negative (-) side of the battery.
4. Connect the red battery lead to Terminal 5, and
then to the positive (+) side of the battery.
Warning: High current arcs are possible. The
positive (red) battery lead and Terminal 5 can
create high current arcs if shorted to other
terminals or the enclosure. Use caution when
working with the positive lead and Terminal 5.
Always disconnect the positive (red) lead
from the battery before removing it from
Terminal 5.
Caution: The battery terminals and wire are
not power limited. A 6.4 mm (0.250 in.)
space must be maintained between the
battery terminals, battery wiring, and all other
wiring. Battery wiring cannot share the same
conduit, conduit fittings, or conduit knockouts with other wiring.
Figure 6:
Battery Terminals
5.2.3
Power Supply
Replacing the Battery
Replace batteries every 3 to 5 years under normal
use. Record the date of installation directly on the
battery.
Caution: Exceeding the maximum output
ratings or installing the transformer in an
outlet that is routinely switched off causes
heavy discharges. Routine heavy discharges
can lead to premature battery failure.
D8132 Boost Battery Backup: Adding a D8132
Battery Charger Module supports additional batteries
of up to 27 Ah capacity, if required.
The control panel plus any connected D8132 Modules
and auxiliary power supplies must be on the same AC
circuit to discharge evenly if AC power fails. The
number of D8132 Modules is determined by the
number of available outlets on the same circuit. Refer
to the Standby Battery and Current Rating Chart in
the D7212GV3 Approved Applications Compliance
Guide (P/N: F01U143080) for battery standby time
calculations.
In applications where the supervision of two
batteries is required by the AHJ, use a D113
Battery Supervision Module.
5.2.4
Battery Supervision
When battery voltage drops to 13.8 VDC, the yellow
Charging Status LED lights. When the battery voltage
drops to 12.0 VDC to 11.8 VDC, the red Low Battery
LED lights, and the keypad or keypads display SERVC
LOW BATT. The control panel (if programmed for
power supervision) sends a BATTERY LOW report in
the Modem IIIa2 communication format. It sends a
Low System Battery (302) report in the Contact ID
format.
If the battery is missing or shorted, the red Low
Battery LED flashes at the same rate as the green
Operation Monitor LED. If the control panel is
programmed for power supervision, it sends a
BATTERY MISSING report in the Modem IIIa2
communication format, or Control Panel Battery
Missing (311) report in the Contact ID format.
1 - Battery terminals. Terminal 5 is non-power
limiting.
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When battery voltage returns to 13.7 VDC, the Low
Battery LED turns off and the keypad or keypads
clear the SERVC LOW BATT message. If the control
panel is programmed for power supervision, it sends
a BATTERY RESTORAL report in the Modem IIIa2
communication format or a Control Panel Battery
Restored to Normal (302) report in the Contact ID
format. At 13.9 VDC, the yellow Charging Status LED
stops lighting.
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Figure 7:
Charging and Battery LEDs
L EDs Off When No rmal
10.2 VD C - Battery Load Sh ed
YELLOW - Ch arg ing Statu s
RED - Low Battery - 12.1 VDC
Investigate Low Battery reports immediately: If
primary (AC) power is off and the discharge
continues, the control panel becomes inoperative
when the battery voltage drops below 10.2 VDC.
5.2.5
Power Supply
When the battery voltage drops below 10.0 VDC, the
control panel shuts down. Remove all loads to the
control panel and disconnect AC power. Resolve the
over current problem. Add a new battery and
reconnect AC power.
Reset the control panel by momentarily placing the
reset pin in the disable position. Refer to Figure 4 on
page 16. The red Low Battery LED continues flashing
until the control panel resets.
A shorted battery condition is created either by a
shorted cell inside the battery or by a short on
Terminals 4 and 5. A shorted battery might cause the
control panel to operate in an unsafe way. This
condition generates WATCHDOG RESET reports.
5.2.6
Battery Discharge and Recharge Schedule
Table 6:
Battery Discharge and Recharge
Schedule
Battery Charging Circuit
Float Charge
The float voltage for the battery charging circuit is
13.9 VDC at a maximum current of 1.4A, less any
devices connected to the control panel. If the float
voltage drops below 13.8 VDC due to overload or
battery discharge, the yellow charging status LED
lights.
Loss of AC Load Shed Relay protects battery:
During an AC power loss, the battery supplies all
power to the security system. If the battery voltage
falls below 10.0 V during an AC power loss, a load
shed relay isolates the battery from the control panel
and disables the control panel. Load shed protects
the battery from being damaged by deep discharge.
When AC power restores, the load shed relay
reconnects the charging circuit on the control panel to
the battery and the battery begins to recharge.
Discharge Cycle
AC Off:
13.9 VDC:
13.8 VDC:
12.0 VDC:
< 10.0 VDC:
Recharge Cycle
AC On:
13.7 VDC:
13.9 VDC:
AC Fail Report when AC fails, if
control panel is programmed to report
AC failure at occurrence.
Charging float level.
Charging status LED on.
Low Battery and AC Fail Reports if
programmed. Low battery LED on.
Battery load shed (processing
functions continue if AC is present).
Load shed relay reset; battery
charging begins; Battery Trouble and
AC Restoral Reports sent.
Battery Restoral Reports sent. Low
battery LED off.
Changing status LED off; battery float
charged.
Overcharge Load Shed With AC Present: If more
than 1.4 A of auxiliary current draw from the control
panel occurs, the battery supplies the current and
begins to discharge. If this situation is not corrected,
the battery continues to discharge and at 11.8 VDC to
12.0 VDC, the keypads display Serv Low Batt.
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Table 7:
Charging Status and Low Battery LEDs
Type
Charging Status LED
Low Battery LED
LED
Color
Yellow
State
Yellow
Off
Yellow
On
Yellow
Flash once per
minute
Red
Red
Red
Off
On
Red
Flash
(same as green
LED)
Action
Shows the changing status of the battery. Refer to Figure 7 on
page 22 for location.
Battery is fully charged.
If the battery is missing, shorted, or reversed, the Charging Status
LED is off, but the red Low Battery LED is flashing.
Battery float charge is below 13.8 VDC. If AC is present, the battery
is charging.
Indicates the combined current draw from all outputs exceeds 1.4 A.
This is normal under alarm conditions for non-fire systems with sirens
or bells drawing more than 1.4 A. If the LED lights regularly for
extended periods or does not go out, check the current draw for
devices connected to the power outputs. Refer to Section 6.0
Power Outputs on page 24 for instructions.
System is checking the battery.
Shows the condition of the battery. Refer to Figure 7 on page 22 for
location.
Battery is fully charged.
Battery voltage dropped to between 12.0 VDC and 11.8 VDC.
LED turns off when voltage reaches 13.7 VDC.
Green LED is Operation Monitor LED.
Battery is missing or shorted.
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6.0 Power Outputs
6.1
Circuit Protection
Three self-resetting circuit breakers protect the control
panel from short circuits on the continuous and
programmable power outputs. If the control panel is
programmed for power supervision and a short circuit
occurs on one of the power outputs, the control panel
sends BATTERY LOW and BATTERY MISSING
when using Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Modem IIIa2
communicator format. Under the same conditions
when using Contact ID communicator format, the
control panel sends Control Panel Battery Low (302)
and Control Panel Battery Missing (311). One selfresetting circuit breaker protects:
• Terminal 3: Auxiliary Power
• Terminal 24: Zonex Power.
A short circuit on one terminal disrupts
power to the other terminals.
Another self-resetting circuit breaker protects:
• Terminal 6: Alarm Power Output
• Terminal 7: Alternate Alarm Power Output
• Terminal 8: Switched Auxiliary Power.
A short circuit on one of the terminals
disrupts power to the other two terminals.
The third self-resetting circuit breaker protects
Terminal 32: Power +.
UL requires any device powered from a
power output to be supervised.
UL requires that power outputs are not
shared between fire and non-fire devices
unless all devices are in conduit within
20 ft and are in the same room.
6.2
Total Available Power
The system produces up to 1.4 A of combined power
at 12.0 VDC Nominal for all powered devices. The
outputs listed below share the available power. These
outputs are shown as red circles on the faceplate.
Terminal 3 - Auxiliary Power: Use this terminal to
power devices requiring continuous power.
Power Outputs
Terminal 8 (Relay C) - Switched Auxiliary Power:
Programmable relay normally closed, switches power
off when the Sensor Reset command is executed.
Terminal 24 - Zonex Power: Use this terminal to
power Zonex modules such as the D8125, D8128D,
and D8129 Modules.
Terminal 32 - Power +: Use this terminal to power
serial device interface (SDI) devices such as keypads,
the D9131A Parallel Printer Interface Module, and the
D9210B Wiegand Control Interface Module.
6.3
Continuous Power Output
Terminals 3, 8, and 32
The continuous current draw for powered devices
connected to Terminals 3, 8, 24, and 32, and the
accessory connector must not exceed 1.4 A. Devices
powered from these outputs must operate at 12.0
VDC Nominal.
Power Restricted for Fire and Combined Fire and
Burglary Systems: Use the Fire System Power
Formula to calculate the current available for fire and
combined fire and burglary systems (refer to Section
6.4 Programmable Power Output Terminals 6, 7, and
8).
6.4
Programmable Power Output
Terminals 6, 7, and 8
6.4.1
Programming
The power outputs at Terminals 6, 7, and 8 are
programmed as Relays A, B, and C. All relays are
programmed in the Relays section.
Relays are assigned a relay type, (Fire Bell, for
example) when they are assigned to an area. Relays
can be assigned to one or more areas.
The Bosch Security Systems, Inc. defaults set Relay
A (Terminal 6) as a Steady Alarm Bell output, Relay B
(Terminal 7) as a Pulsed Fire Bell output, and Relay C
(Terminal 8) as a Verification or Reset output for
smoke detectors. The D7212GV3 Program Entry
Guide (P/N: F01U170808) contains complete
instructions for programming relays. Refer to Sections
6.4.2 Terminals 6 and 7, 6.4.3 Fire System Power
Formula, and 6.4.4 Terminal 8 on page 25 for
descriptions of the functions of each terminal.
Refer to the Bell Parameters section of the program to
set the Fire Bell, Alarm Bell output responses for
relays. Four annunciation patterns are available:
Steady, Pulsed, California Standard, and Temporal
Code 3.
Terminal 6 (Relay A) - Alarm Power Output:
Programmable relay normally open, power on alarm.
Terminal 7 (Relay B) - Alternate Alarm Power
Output: Programmable relay normally open, power
on alarm.
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Voltage Output at Terminals 6, 7, and 8
If Terminals 6, 7, and 8 do not provide the expected
output, check:
• Programming for Relays A, B, and C in the relays
section of the program.
• Bell Parameters section of the program to confirm
that the Alarm and Fire Bell responses are
programmed for the expected duration and
pattern.
• Point Assignments section to confirm that each
point is programmed for the expected local
response.
6.4.2 Terminals 6 and 7
When activated, Terminals 6 (Relay A) and 7 (Relay
B), provide positive (+) 12.0 VDC Nominal power
output. Use the power at Terminals 6 and 7 to power
bells, siren drivers, piezoelectric fire sounders,
electronic horns, or other devices.
6.4.4
Telephone Connections
Terminal 8
Terminal 8 provides continuous positive (+) 12.0 VDC
Nominal power. Relay C interrupts the power at
Terminal 8 when activated. Use Terminal 8 to power
smoke detectors or other devices that are reset by
interrupting power. One self-resetting circuit breaker
protects Terminals 6, 7, and 8 against shorts.
Verification/Reset Relay
The default program sets Relay C (Terminal 8) as a
verification and reset relay. Refer to Relay
Parameters and Point Assignments in the D7212GV3
Program Entry Guide (P/N: F01U170808) for
instructions on programming verification/reset relays
and points.
Performing a sensor reset at a keypad produces a
five-sec relay activation of verification/reset relays.
The control panel ignores verification and ressettable
points during the five sec.
Programming determines the format of the output and
the conditions that activate it. One self-resetting circuit
breaker protects Terminals 6, 7, and 8 against shorts.
7.0
Telephone Connections
Available Power
7.1
Registration
The system combines the 1.4 A of primary power
produced by the power supply with the secondary
power source (the battery) to produce a total of 2.0 A
of alarm power at 12.0 VDC Nominal. Terminals 6
and 7 share the available alarm power.
Power Restricted for Fire and Combined Fire and
Burglary Systems: Fire systems are prohibited from
using the battery for determining alarm power. Use
the fire system power formula that follows to calculate
the current available for fire and combined fire and
burglary systems.
6.4.3 Fire System Power Formula
The Bosch Security Systems, Inc. D7212GV3 Control
Panel is registered with the Federal Communication
Commission (FCC) under Part 68, for connection to
the public telephone system using an RJ31X or
RJ38X jack installed by the local telephone company.
To calculate the current available at Terminals 6 and
7 for fire and combined fire and burglary systems:
1. Add together the current draws for all devices
connected to Terminals 3, 8, 24, and 32, and the
accessory connector. This is the total current
required for the normal standby condition (NSC).
2. The current available for NSC is 1.4 A. Subtract
the NSC current required calculated in Step 1
from the NSC current available, 1.4 A. The
difference is the alarm current available for
Terminals 6 and 7.
In formula format:
1.4 A − NSC current required
(Step 1)
=
An RJ31X jack can be modified by placing a
jumper wire between Terminals 2 and 7 to
become an RJ38X jack.
7.2
Notification
Do not connect registered equipment to party lines or
coin-operated telephones. Notify the local telephone
company and provide the following information before
connecting the control panel to the telephone
network:
• The particular line to which the control panel will
be connected
• Make (Bosch Security Systems, Inc.), model
(D7212GV3), and serial number of the control
panel
• FCC registration number:
US:ESVOT00BD9412GV3
•
Ringer equivalence for the control panel: 0.0B
Alarm current
available
Refer to the D7212GV3 Approved Applications
Compliance Guide (P/N: F01U143080) for module or
accessory current requirements.
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7.3
Telephone Connections
Location
7.4
To prevent jamming of signals, wire the RJ31X or
RJ38X jack before the in-house telephone system to
support line seizure (Figure 8). Install the jack on the
street side of the telephone switch, wired ahead of
any PBX equipment. Line seizure temporarily
interrupts normal telephone usage while the control
panel sends data. After installation, confirm that the
control panel seizes the line, acquires dial tone,
reports correctly to the receiver, and releases the
telephone line to the in-house telephone system.
Figure 8:
Telephone Cord Connection
Connect one end of a D161 (2.1 m [7 ft]) or a D162
[61 cm (2 ft)] Telephone Cord to the telco cord
connector located on the bottom left corner of the
control panel. Refer to Figure 9. Connect the other
end to the RJ31X or RJ38X jack.
To supervise the phone cord, use an RJ38X
jack.
RJ31X Wiring
RING (red)
R1
R
2
1
RJ31X
TIP (green)
T
T1
1 2
4
5
7 8
1
4
5
8
1
4
5
8
4
3
5
6
123456-
RJ31X Jack
(TIP)
(RING)
Telco connector block
Outside telco
Premises telephone
Figure 9:
Phone Connector, Phone LED, and Operation Monitor LED Locations
Poin t 8, S3 Op ti on
TIP
RN
I G
RED TE LCO C OR D MOD EL D161
PHO NE LINE
SEIZED
Oper ation Monit or L ED
Pu lses when Norm al
Flick ers whe n Ringin g
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
G REEN
2
RIN G
TIP
TELC O
1 - Phone LED (red)
2 - Telephone cord connector
26
Open = AB-12 UL
Bel l Bo x 220 kΩ
PH ON E LIN E SEIZ ED LE D
O N w he n c om m unic a ting
O FF w he n idle
1
D5200/D5360
PROG CONN
3
3 - Operation Monitor LED (green)
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7.5
Phone LED (Red)
The red Phone LED illuminates when the control
panel seizes the telephone line and remains
illuminated until the control panel returns the
telephone line. Refer to Figure 9 on page 26 for the
location of the red LED.
7.6
Operation Monitor LED (Green)
The green Operation Monitor LED indicates the
operation of the central processing unit (CPU). When
the CPU is operating normally, the LED flashes 0.5
sec on, 0.5 sec off.
This green LED also serves as a ring indicator. The
LED is located on the lower right side (Figure 9 on
page 26). When there is ring voltage on the telephone
line (the telephone is ringing), the green LED flashes
at a faster rate for the duration of each ring. Ring
voltage must reach a minimum of 45 VAC before the
system detects it.
7.7
Dialing Format
The system can be programmed to use dual tone
multi-frequency (DTMF) or pulse dialing. Refer to
Phone Parameters in the D7212GV3 Program Entry
Guide (P/N: F01U170808).
7.8
Telephone Line Monitor
The control panel has a built-in telephone line monitor
that tests the telephone line for voltage and current.
If the control panel senses trouble, it starts a
programmable telephone line trouble timer, which
continues to run as long as the monitor detects
trouble. It resets to zero when the control panel
senses a normal line. If the timer reaches the delay
time in the Phone Supervision program item, it begins
a telephone line trouble response. Programming
determines what the response is. For programming
information, refer to Phone Parameters in the
D7212GV3 Program Entry Guide (P/N: F01U170808).
Any time the control panel uses the telephone line to
make a call or is on-line with the remote programming
software (RPS), it stops monitoring the telephone line
during this process. When the telephone line on the
control panel is no longer in use, it begins to monitor
the telephone line again.
7.9
Called Party Disconnect
Telephone companies provide “called party
disconnect” to allow the called party to terminate a
call. The called party must go on hook (hang up) for a
fixed interval before a dial tone is available for a new
call. This interval varies with telephone company
equipment. Control panel firmware allows for “called
party disconnect” by adding a 35-sec, “on hook”
interval to the dial tone detect function. If the control
panel does not detect a dial tone in seven sec, it puts
the telephone line on hook for 35 sec to activate
“called party disconnect,” goes off hook, and begins a
seven-second dial tone detect. If no dial tone is
detected, the control panel dials the number anyway.
Each time the number is dialed, the control panel
records this as an attempt.
7.10
Communication Failure
After two attempts to reach the receiver over the
phone line, the control panel generates and sends a
COMM TROUBLE PH # event. If a backup route is
used, the event that triggered the telephone call to the
central station follows the COMM TROUBLE PH #
event.
After ten unsuccessful attempts to reach the receiver,
the control panel enters communication failure. The
control panel clears any reports queued for the failed
route and a COMM FAIL # event is generated and
display at the keypads. A trouble sounder can be
programmed to annunciate at the keypads.
One hour after the COMM FAIL # is generated, the
control panel attempts to send a restoration event. If a
communication failure still occurs, the keypad trouble
sounds again.
Enhanced Communication
The D7212GV3 Control Panel can send events over
the SDI Bus to a DX4020 Network Interface Module
(NIM). For more information on the enhanced
communications capabilities, refer to AUXPARAM in
the D7212GV3 Program Entry Guide
(P/N: F01U170808).
Bad Line Might Test OK: The telephone line monitor
uses voltage levels to test the status of the telephone
line. In some instances, a given telephone line might
be out of service without affecting the voltage on the
line. The telephone line monitor cannot recognize this
trouble condition.
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8.0 On-Board Points
8.1
Terminals 11 to 22 Description
The control panel provides eight on-board points.
Each point functions independently and does not
interfere with the operation of the others. The control
panel monitors the sensor loops for normal, shorted,
or open conditions between an input terminal (11, 13,
14, 16, 17, 19, 20, or 22) and any of the point
common terminals (12, 15, 18, and 21). Programming
for the point determines how the control panel
responds to those conditions. Refer to the D7212GV3
Program Entry Guide (P/N: F01U170808) for point
programming options. The control panel also monitors
the sensor loops for ground fault conditions if S4 is
latched (ground fault detect enabled).
8.2
Point Sensor Loops
When wiring the on-board points (Figure 10), install
a 1 kΩ resistor at the far end of the sensor loop to
provide a reference for supervision. Dry-contact
sensing devices can be connected in series
(normally-closed) or in parallel (normally-open) to any
of these loops.
On-Board Points
The number of normally-open and normally-closed
detection devices each sensor loop can supervise is
limited only by the resistance on the loop. The total
resistance for the wire length and contacts, minus the
end-of-line (EOL) resistor, must not exceed 100 Ω.
8.3
Point Parameters
The condition of on-board Points 1 to 8 is determined
by measuring the voltage across the point input
terminal and one of the common terminals. The
sensor loops must be connected and the 1 kΩ EOL
resistor in place.
Table 8:
Loop
Open
Normal
Shorted
Point Parameters
Voltage Range
Greater than 3.7 VDC, but less than 5.0 VDC.
Greater than 2.0 VDC, but less than 3.0 VDC.
Greater than 0.0 VDC, but less than 1.3 VDC.
Figure 10: On-board Point Sensor Loop Wiring
1
2
3
4
7
1 kΩ
2
3
5
8
9
10
2
6
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28
100 Ω maximum
Point input terminal
Common
Normally-closed contacts (NC)
Normally-open contacts (NO)
Combination: Normally-open contacts and
normally-closed contacts (NO/NC)
7 - P105F (Package of 8 EOL resistors) or
P105BL (Package of 8 UL Listed EOL
resistors) (P/N: 15093130-004)
8 - Brown
9 - Black
10 - Red
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8.4
Point Response Time
The control panel scans on-board and off-board point
sensor loops every 300 ms. The Debounce program
item in the Point Assignment section of the software
determines point response time by setting the number
of times the control panel scans a point before
generating an alarm.
The debounce count can range from 2 to 15;
therefore, point response time ranges from 600 ms to
4.5 sec. The Bosch Security Systems, Inc. default for
debounce count is 2.
Increasing debounce might cause missed
alarms. If you increase the debounce count,
detection devices can enter alarm and reset
without exceeding the point response time.
Use a debounce count of 2 for all points except for
Interior Follower points. Program Interior Follower
points as 3.
8.5
Wiring Information for Installations
Using the Rothenbuhler
5110/4001-42 High Security Bell
Warning: Wear ear protection when
installing and testing the Rothenbuhler High
Security Bell.
Sound levels greater than 95 dBA at
3 m (10 ft) can occur.
1. Remove all power from the control panel.
2. Use six-conductor 1.2 mm (18 AWG) shielded
stranded wire between the control panel and the
5110 Logic Board (located in the bell enclosure).
3. If you do not have a Silence switch, temporarily
install a 1 Ω resistor across TB1-1 and TB1-6 on
the 5110 Logic Board. The resistor keeps the
5110’s bell silent during the installation and
alignment procedures. Also place a temporary
wire jumper across the TB1-6 Bell Relay and
TB1-7. Refer to Figure 12 on page 31 for wiring a
Silence switch.
4. Mount the D8108A’s 4001-42 External Balanced
Line Module and wire it to the 5110 Logic Board
using two-conductor 0.8 mm (22 AWG) cable.
5. Wire the 4001-42 to the control panel. Refer to
Figure 12 on page 31 and the Rothenbuhler
installation manual.
6. Before supplying AC and DC power to the control
panel and bell, ensure you are wearing ear
protection. The bell sounds for 2 sec and then
silences during power up.
For additional information about bell requirements,
refer to Bank Safe and Vault Applications in the
D7212GV3 Approved Applications and Compliance
Guide (P/N: F01U143080).
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Figure 11: Rothenbuhler 5110/4001-42 High Security Bell Wiring Configuration
2
1
3
1
6
0.64 mm (1/4 in.)
minimum distance
4
5
7
8
9
+
-
+
-
10
10
11
12
11
13
14
16
123456789-
30
15
Self-contained vibration sensor
Control panel
Accessory modules
High line security module
4001-42 Balanced Line Module
5110 Bell
D133 Relay
Zone input
D122 Battery Harness*
17
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 -
D126 Battery
D8108A Enclosure
D122L Battery Harness*
Proximity/control unit
Normally open (NO)
Normally closed (NC)
End-of-line (EOL) resistor
Safe
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Figure 12: Wiring the Rothenbuhler 5110/4001-42 High Security Bell to the D7212GV3 Control Panel
4
1
9
1
7
9
2
13
5
6
6
2
3
3
RE D
ORG
WHT
BL K
7
4
12
8
9
1 2 3
3
6
11
9
N/O 1
10
COMM 1
N/C 1
X1 X1+
1234567∗
5110 Logic Board
4001-42 External Line Balancing Module
D7212GV3 Control Panel
Alarm output
Alternate alarm
Common
+12.0 VDC
8910 11 12 13 14 -
Alarm zone input*
10 kΩ resistor
Optional Silence switch
D133 Relay Module
BBL In 4
BBL Out 5
Terminal TB1
Use Terminal 11, 13, 14, 17, 19, 20, or 22. (Select only one.)
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9.1.3
9.0 Off-Board Points
9.1
Point (Zonex) Bus: D7212GV3
Terminals
9.1.1
POPIT Modules
The D7212GV3 can use point of protection input
transponder (POPIT) modules to provide a maximum
of 32 off-board points, bringing the total number of
points the D7212GV3 can monitor to 40. Each offboard point requires a POPIT Module.
The expansion bus can be shared
between fire and non-fire devices where
the POPIT module provides data isolation
between the input and the bus
connections.
9.1.2
Missing Conditions
If a programmed POPIT is disconnected from the
expansion loop, a missing condition appears
immediately and the event is logged. The missing
condition might also be sent to a central station or
printed to an on-site printer, if programmed to do so.
Refer to the D7212GV3 Program Entry Guide
(P/N: F01U170808) for programming options.
9.1.4
Extra Point Events
Extra Point events are generated when a POPIT
connected to the data expansion bus does not have
an assigned Point Index. Table 10 shows when an
Extra Point event is or is not generated. Table 11 on
page 33 shows additional error conditions that can
occur for the off-board points.
POPEX Modules
POPITs connect to supervised two-wire data
expansion loops run from POPIT to POPIT
throughout the premises. Data expansion loops
connect to a D8125 Point of Protection Expander
(POPEX) Module. POPEX Modules have power and
data connections to the point bus on the control panel
(Table 9).
Table 9:
Model
D7212GV3
Table 10:
POPEX Modules
Power
Terminals 23 and
24
Data
Terminals 27 and 28
Extra Point Events
A POPIT connected to the data
expansion bus does not have an
assigned Point Index and:
Data expansion bus is disconnected
Data expansion bus restores to normal
condition after an open condition
Point input changes status from normal
to open or shorted
During a Service Walk Test, the point
input changes status from normal to
open or shorted
∗
32
Extra Point event?
No
Yes
No
Yes∗
Additional Information
Keypad does not annunciate or display a trouble condition.
•
Keypad annunciates and displays a trouble condition
•
Extra Point is logged and might be programmed to
send reports to the central station or to an on-site
printer.
Keypad does not annunciate or display a trouble condition.
•
•
Keypad annunciates and displays a trouble condition
Extra Point is logged and might be programmed to
send reports to the central station or to an on-site
printer.
The Service Walk Test never shows the electrical state of a point as “Extra.”
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Table 11:
Off-Board Point Errors
Error Condition
+/- leg of the data expansion bus has a
short circuit to earth ground, with Ground
Fault Detect enabled
+/- leg of the data expansion bus is
disconnected
Data expansion bus has a short circuit
Result
Ground Fault event
All POPITs beyond the
disconnection send Missing
report
• All POPITs send Missing
report
• Pt Bus Trouble event
+/- leg of the data expansion bus has a
short circuit to the Common terminal on
the control panel
Terminal 28 has a short circuit to a
Common terminal
Terminal 27 has a short circuit to a
Common terminal
•
Terminals 27 and 28 have a short circuit
together
•
•
9.1.5
Additional Information
When the data expansion bus restores, Pt
Bus Restore event occurs. If any POPIT is
connected to the data expansion bus
without an assigned Point Index, an Extra
Point event occurs.
All POPITs send Missing
report
• Pt Bus Trouble event
No Pt Bus Trouble event occurs
•
•
Pt Bus Trouble event
Keypad displays:
SERVC ZONEX 1
Pt Bus Trouble event
Keypad displays:
SERVC ZONEX 1
D7212GV3 Responses to Missing Point
Conditions
The D7212GV3 responds to missing point conditions
based on the point’s programming and the armed
state of the point’s area. For example, if an interior
motion detector point is missing during a disarmed
state, a Missing Trouble event is generated; however,
if the point is missing while the area is Master Armed,
a Missing Alarm event is generated. Non-fire, 24-hour
points always generate a Missing Alarm event,
whereas Fire points always generate a Missing Fire
Trouble event.
9.2
D8125, D9127 POPIT Modules
D9127 POPITs use the D8125 POPEX Module to
report to the control panel. Points 9 to 40 connect to
the POPEX Module. The control panel annunciates
activity only for each POPIT, not for each detection
device connected to the sensor loop.
Both D9127 module enclosures are made of UL
Listed fire resistant material. D9127T Modules contain
tamper switches. D9127U Modules include
untampered covers. Unless the module is mounted in
a tampered enclosure, UL requires D9127T Modules
for certificated accounts.
Listings
The D8125 POPEX and the D9127 POPIT Modules
are UL Listed for Local or Police Connected Burglar
Alarm, Central Station Burglar Alarm, Household
Burglar Alarm, Household Fire, and Electrically
Actuated Transmitter Applications.
Refer to the D7212GV3 Approved Applications
Compliance Guide (P/N: F01U143080) to determine
the required equipment and enclosures for the
application.
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Figure 13: Connecting the D8125 POPEX to the D7212GV3 Control Panel
1234-
D8125 POPEX Module
Switch block
D9127 Sensor Loop
33 kΩ EOL resistor (P/N: P106F, package of eight)
5 - Zonex expansion loop
6 - Up to 32 POPITs
7 - Off-board points
Do not loop wiring around any terminal.
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9.3
Installing the D8125 POPEX Module
For information on the Multiplex Bus
Interface, refer to the D8125 Multiplex Bus
Interface Operation and Installation Guide
(P/N: F01U034973).
Save the POPIT Label Sheets: The D8125 is
packaged with two sets of POPIT label sheets. One
set is marked “Bank 1” for use with the D7412GV3
and D7212GV3. The other set is marked “Bank 2” for
use with the D9412GV3 and D9112. Use the Bank 1
sheet later to label the POPITs. Refer to Section 9.3.6
POPIT Module Point Assignments on page 36.
9.3.1
Mounting
To install the D8125 in the enclosure with the control
panel:
1. Align the D8125 POPEX Module with any of the
four mounting locations in the enclosure (refer to
Figure 2 on page 14).
2. Using the screws provided with the module,
secure it in the enclosure.
9.3.2
Wiring the D8125 to the Control Panel
To wire one or two D8125 Modules to the control
panel (Figure 13 on page 34):
Power Down the Control Panel
Disconnect the positive (red) battery lead at the
battery and unplug the transformer.
For Points 9 to 40:
1. Connect the GND terminal of the D8125 to
Terminal 23 on the D7212GV3.
2. Connect the OUT terminal of the D8125 POPEX
Module to ZONEX IN 1, Terminal 27.
3. Connect the IN terminal of the D8125 POPEX
Module to ZONEX OUT 1, Terminal 28.
4. Connect the AUX terminal of the D8125 to
Terminal 24 on the D7212GV3.
Refer to Section 9.3.4 Wiring Data Expansion Loops
to POPEX Modules on page 36 for instructions on
connecting POPITs to the D8125 POPEX Module.
9.3.3
Wiring POPITs to the Data Expansion Loop
Table 12:
Data Expansion Loop Wire
Specifications
Maximum Length of All Data Expansion Loops
Combined
AWG
Length in Meters (Feet)
22
548 (1800)
20
881 (2890)
18
1402 (4600)
16
2231 (7320)
14
3551 (11,650)
Combine Data Expansion Loops
The maximum lengths shown in Table 12 are for all
data expansion loops connected to the same POPEX
Module combined.
Wiring POPITs Together
Do not connect POPITs to each other in
series or with a T-tap. Doing so might
cause random missing POPIT conditions.
Before installing the POPITs, ensure that the
resistance on the data expansion loop is no
more than 40 Ω.
To connect POPITs to each other in parallel:
1. Connect the positive (+) data terminal from one
POPIT to the positive (+) data terminal on the
next POPIT.
2. Connect the negative (-) data terminal from one
POPIT to the negative (-) data terminal on the
next POPIT.
3. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 to connect all POPITs to
the expansion loop. It is not necessary to wire the
POPITs in any particular sequence on the loop.
The switch setting on each POPIT assigns it a
point number, regardless of its physical location.
Three-inch Clearance for Tampered POPITs
Mount tampered POPIT modules at least 7.6 cm
(3 in.) apart to prevent the tamper magnets from
interfering with each other.
Use one two-wire data expansion loop or distribute
the POPITs on up to three loops. Setting DIP
switches on the POPIT Modules assigns them to point
numbers. Refer to Section 9.3.6 POPIT Module Point
Assignments on page 36.
Review Section 4.6.2 Installing and Wiring Detection
Devices on page 16 to determine if shielded wire is
required. Refer to Table 12 to determine the wire
gauge for the length of each data expansion loop.
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9.3.4
Wiring Data Expansion Loops to POPEX
Modules
Each POPEX Module has two positive (+) and two
negative (-) data expansion loop terminals. Up to 32
POPITs can be connected to one D8125 on the
D7212GV3 (refer to Figure 13 on page 34).
To connect the data expansion loops to the D8125
POPEX Module:
Off-Board Points
9.3.6
Six switches on each POPIT assign the module to a
point number. For POPIT switch settings, refer to
Point Assignment in the D7212GV3 Program Record
Sheet (P/N: F01U170810). The program record sheet
provides information about the Point Assignments
tables. Figure 14 on page 37 is an example of the
tables.
1. Connect the positive (+) data terminal from the
first POPIT on the data expansion loop to one of
the D8125’s positive (+) terminals.
2. Connect the negative (-) data terminal from the
first POPIT on the data expansion loop to one of
the D8125’s negative (-) terminals.
9.3.5
POPIT Sensor Loops
The number of normally-open and normally-closed
detection devices each sensor loop can supervise is
limited only by the resistance on the loop. Resistance
on each sensor loop must be less than 100 Ω not
including the EOL resistor.
Certain UL and NFPA applications can limit
the number of detection devices. Consult
the appropriate UL or NFPA standards.
POPITs detect open, shorted, normal, and grounded
circuit conditions on their sensor loops. They send the
condition of their loops to the control panel. A ground
on the sensor loop sends a general system ground
fault condition report. Each POPIT is programmed
and sends signals to the control panel separately.
Terminate each POPIT sensor loop with the 33 kΩ
end-of line (EOL) resistor (D106F) included with each
POPIT.
Use a twisted-pair wire (six twists per foot) in all
POPEX and POPIT installations for the data
expansion loop wiring and the POPIT sensor loops.
Run wires away from AC sources to prevent AC
induction. If you suspect a noisy environment, use
shielded cable. Refer to Section 9.3 Installing the
D8125 POPEX Module on page 35.
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POPIT Module Point Assignments
For the D7212GV3, Points 9 to 40 can use
D9127 POPITs.
9.3.7
Program Record Sheet
The first column of the table in Figure 14 on page 37
contains the POPIT Switch Settings for the D9127
POPITs. On the D9127T/U POPIT, switches are
numbered 0 to 6, from left to right. Set the indicated
switches to the ON position. If a dash (−) appears in
the switch position, set the switch to the OFF position.
The second column contains the Translation of the
point number into the Zonex format. Refer to Point
User Flag in the D7212GV3 Program Entry Guide
(P/N: F01U170808) for an explanation of this feature.
The third column contains the Point Number as
shown at keypads.
The fourth column contains the Point Index. Refer to
Point Index Parameters in the D7212GV3 Program
Entry Guide (P/N: F01U170808) for an explanation of
the point index.
The fifth column, Area Assign, shows the area to
which the point is assigned.
The sixth column shows the Debounce Count for the
point. Refer to Debounce Count in the D7212GV3
Program Entry Guide (P/N: F01U170808)
The seventh column shows the BFSK/Relay report
code, which associates a relay to an individual point.
The eighth column contains the Custom Point Text
displayed at keypads for the point. The text is sent to
the receiver when the control panel uses the Modem
IIIa2 format.
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Figure 14: Program Record Sheet
9.3.8
POPIT Labels
9.4
D7212GV3 off-board points are numbered 9 to 40.
Two sheets of peel-off POPIT labels are supplied with
the D8125 POPEX Module. Use the sheet marked
“Bank1” for Points 9 to 40.
Each label has two parts. Place the smaller part, with
only the point number, on the chip. Place the larger
part, with the switch settings, on the base of the
POPIT. Set the switches and cover the POPIT.
Do not program two POPITs for the same point
number. After programming all the points, perform a
Service Walk Test. Refer to Section 4.10 Service
Walk Test on page 17. If a point does not test, check
the programming for a duplicated address.
Walk Test and Service Walk Test Do Not Show
Extra Points: If the point assignment switches on a
POPIT or OctoPOPIT are set incorrectly, missing and
extra point conditions might occur. If the same point
number is assigned to two or more POPITs or
OctoPOPITs, none of the points with that number test
correctly. Refer to Section 9.1 Point (Zonex) Bus:
D7212GV3 Terminals on page 32.
D8128D OctoPOPIT Module
Modules D8128, D8128A, or D8128B are
incompatible with the D9412GV3 or
D7412GV3. Use only the D8128D
OctoPOPIT Module. Using Modules D8128,
D8128A, or D8128B can cause intermittent
Missing and Restoral Reports.
9.4.1
Description
The D8128D OctoPOPIT Module combines the
functions of the D8125 POPEX Module and the
D9127 POPIT Modules to provide eight off-board
points in a single module. You can wire both D8128D
OctoPOPIT and D8125 POPEX Modules in parallel to
the Zonex bus terminals on the same control panel.
Review Section 6.0 Power Outputs on page 24 to
ensure that there is enough power for the
OctoPOPITs and other powered devices that will be
connected to the system.
Up to four D8128Ds can be connected to the
D7212GV3 Control Panel (three points can be used
on the last OctoPOPIT).
9.4.2
Listings
The D8128D OctoPOPIT Module is UL Listed for
Local or Police Connected Burglary Alarm, Central
Station Burglary Alarm, Household Burglary Alarm
applications, and commercial fire applications (UL 864
and NFPA 72).
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The D8128D is also suitable for fire supervisory
applications, such as indicating circuit supervision
(using the D192G Bell Circuit Supervision Module),
sprinkler supervision, and valve tamper protection.
Use the D125B for two-wire smoke
detectors.
The D129 is usually used for water-flow
switches.
Off-Board Points
9.4.3
Installation
For the most effective installation, use the following
four-step process:
1. Set the OctoPOPIT switches. Refer to Section
9.4.4 Setting the OctoPOPIT Switches.
2. Physically mount the OctoPOPIT in the
enclosure. Refer to Section 9.4.5 Mounting
OctoPOPITs on page 39.
3. Wire the OctoPOPIT. Refer to Section 9.4.6
Wiring OctoPOPITs on page 39.
Figure 15: D8128D OctoPOPIT Layout
4. Wire the OctoPOPIT sensor loops. Refer to
Section 9.4.6 OctoPOPIT Sensor Loops on page
42.
9.4.4
1
2
3
4
Setting the OctoPOPIT Switches
The D8128D OctoPOPIT has two sets of DIP
switches (Figure 15). Use the DIP switches on the top
of the unit (with the terminal strip along the left edge)
to set the address for the OctoPOPIT. Use the DIP
switches at the bottom of the unit to enable or disable
individual points connected to the OctoPOPIT.
Address Switches
The switches on the D8128D OctoPOPIT set point
assignments and line termination. These switches are
easier to set before mounting the D8128D in the
enclosure.
Switches 1, 2, 3, and 4 assign the OctoPOPIT sensor
loops to point numbers on the control panel. Table 13
shows the OctoPOPIT switch settings for point
assignments.
Switch 5 sets line termination. Refer to Table 14.
Table 13:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
POINTS
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38
Molex connectors
Address DIP switches
Terminal strip
Point DIP switches
ZONEX 1
Points 9 to 40
9 to 16
17 to 24
25 to 32
33 to 40
D8128D OctoPOPIT Switch Settings
1
ON
ON
ON
ON
D8128D Address Switches
2
3
4
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
5
*
*
*
*
* Line Termination Switch
The D7212GV3 uses Points 9 to 40 on
Zonex 1 only.
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Table 14:
Switch 5 Settings for Line Termination
Is a D8125 POPEX Module
connected?
No
Yes
Switch 5 Setting(s) on
D8128D OctoPOPIT(s)
Set Switch 5 of only one
D8128D to ON
Set Switch 5 of all
D8128Ds to OFF
Point DIP Switches
Each point connected to the D8128D is enabled by
closing the respective DIP switch, or disabled by
opening the DIP switch. For example, to disable a
device connected to the P3 Terminal (Point 3), move
DIP switch number 3 to the OPEN position.
Use the point DIP switches to disable conflicting
points, such as when a D9210B Access Control
Module must be assigned to a point that falls within
the range of the D8128D OctoPOPIT. In this example,
a D9210B is assigned to Point 20. On the same
system, a D8128D OctoPOPIT is assigned to Points
17 through 24. Moving the DIP switch for Point 4 to
the OFF position would effectively disable Point 20,
allowing normal operation of the D9210B and the
OctoPOPIT.
9.4.6
Wiring OctoPOPITs
Warning: Disconnect all power to the
control panel before beginning any work
with the internal components. Serious injury
could result from electrical shock.
1. Power down the control panel:
a. Disconnect the positive (red) battery lead at
the battery.
b. Unplug the transformer.
A D8128D OctoPOPIT can be installed up
to 61 m (200 ft) from the control panel.
2. Connect the D8128D to the control panel, using
either of the following methods:
• Wire the D8128D to the terminal strip on the
side of the POPEX Module (refer to Using the
Terminal Strip on page 39), or
• Connect the D8128D using the Molex
connectors (P1 and P2). Refer to Using
Molex Connectors on page 41.
Caution - AC induction: Avoid installing
Zonex data wires and Zonex input (sensor
loop) wires around any AC conduit, wiring,
or electrical devices that emit fields of
electromagnetic interference (EMI).
Terminate each OctoPOPIT sensor loop with a 1 kΩ
EOL resistor. Attach a resistor even if you do not
enable the loop.
9.4.5
Mounting OctoPOPITs
The D8128D OctoPOPIT Module can be installed in
the enclosure with the control panel using standard
four-conductor 0.8 mm (22 AWG) wire, or in a
separate enclosure (Model D8103, D8103A, or
D8109) up to 61 m (200 ft) from the control panel
using shielded (recommended) standard fourconductor
0.8 mm (22 AWG) wire. If using the D125B or D129,
refer to the Specifications section of the D8128D
Installation Guide (P/N: F01U070537) for cabling
requirements.
For UL Listed systems, mount the D8128D in a
tamper-proof enclosure. To install OctoPOPITs in the
control panel’s enclosure, complete the following
procedure. Use the D137 Mounting Bracket to install
OctoPOPITs in enclosures with no module-mounting
locations available.
Using the Terminal Strip
Refer to Table 15 and to Figure 16 on page 40 when
using the terminal strip to connect the D8128D
OctoPOPIT to the control panel.
Table 15:
D8128D
Common
Out
In
+12 V
Terminal Strip Connections
D7212GV3
Terminal 23
Terminal 27
Terminal 28
Terminal 24
1. Align the OctoPOPIT module using any of the
four mounting locations in the enclosure. Refer to
Figure 2 on page 14.
2. Use the screws provided with the module to
secure it in the enclosure.
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Off-Board Points
Figure 16: Connecting D8128D OctoPOPITs to the D7212GV3
1 - Zonex 1 address
2 - Sensor loops
Refer to Address Switches in Section 9.4.4 Setting the OctoPOPIT Switches on page 38 for
information about making these switch settings. Refer to Table 14 on page 39 for information about
setting Switch 5.
Do not loop wiring around any terminal.
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Using Molex Connectors
Each D8128D Module is supplied with a 30 cm (12 in.) female-to-female Molex cable assembly.
P1 and P2 are Molex connectors that parallel the COM, IN, OUT, and +12.0 VDC terminals on the terminal
strip. In installations with multiple D8128Ds, use these connectors (as opposed to terminals) with the supplied
cable; however, when connecting D8128D Modules directly to the control panel, the terminal strip is easier to
use.
The Molex connectors provided are "keyed" (Molex plug can only fit in one direction). Ensure the connector is
attached correctly: the red wire is on the bottom of P1 (or P2) and the black wire is on the top.
When connecting multiple D8128Ds to a control panel, you can connect the control panel terminals to P1 or the
COM, IN, OUT, and +12V terminals on the first D8128D. Then connect P2 of the first D8128D to P1 of the
second D8128D and so on (Figure 17).
®
Figure 17: Wiring Multiple D8128Ds Using Molex Connectors
3
P2
P2
P2
P1
P1
P1
1
2
28
27
26
COM IN OUT+12V
COM IN OUT+12V
COM IN OUT+12V
25
24
6
23
6
6
5
4
1 - D7212GV3 Control Panel
2 - Yellow
3 - Green
4 - Black
5 - Red
6 - D8128D
A maximum of four D8128Ds can be installed on the D7212GV3.
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9.4.7
OctoPOPIT Sensor Loops
Off-Board Points
Figure 18: D8128D OctoPOPIT Sensor Loops
Only the resistance on the loop limits the number of
normally-open or normally-closed detection devices
each sensor loop can supervise. Resistance on each
sensor loop must be less than 100 Ω with the
detection devices connected.
1
Certain UL and NFPA applications can limit the
number of detection devices. Consult the appropriate
UL or NFPA standards.
COM IN OUT+12V P1 COM P2
P3 COM P4 P5 COM P6
2
3
The OctoPOPIT detects open, short, closed, normal,
and grounded circuit conditions on its sensor loops
and sends the conditions to the control panel. Each
sensor loop is assigned a point number and sends
signals to the control panel separately.
Use twisted-pair wire for the OctoPOPIT sensor loops
to avoid EMI problems. Run wires away from the
premises telephone and AC wiring. If you suspect a
noisy environment, use shielded cable.
The OctoPOPIT has two rows of terminal numbers. In
the row nearest to the terminal blocks, the positive
outputs for the sensor loops are labeled P1 to P8.
Sensor loop outputs P1 and P2, P3 and P4, P5 and
P6, and P7 and P8 share common terminals. The
common terminals for each pair are labeled COM.
Terminate each OctoPOPIT sensor loop with a 1 kΩ
EOL resistor. Attach a resistor even if you do not
enable the loop. The OctoPOPIT includes a D105BL
resistor for each sensor loop. Refer to Figure 18.
Do not duplicate point assignments. Points do not
function properly if assigned to both an OctoPOPIT
sensor loop and a POPIT, two OctoPOPIT sensor
loops, or to two POPITs.
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P7 COM P8
4
5
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9.5
D8128D OctoPOPIT
To control panel
To additional OctoPOPIT sensor loops
OctoPOPIT sensor loops
1 kΩ EOL resistor (P/N: P105BL, package of
eight)
Testing Off-Board Points
Use the Service Walk Test to test off-board points.
Refer to Section 4.10 Service Walk Test on page 17.
Test to ensure that all off-board points operate
properly.
Walk Test and Service Walk Test Do Not Show
Extra Points: If the point assignment switches on a
POPIT or OctoPOPIT are set incorrectly, missing and
extra points can occur. If the same point number is
assigned to two or more POPITs or OctoPOPITs,
none of the points with that number test correctly.
Refer to Section 9.1 Point (Zonex) Bus: D7212GV3
Terminals on page 32.
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Off-Board Relays
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10.0 Off-Board Relays
10.1
D8129 OctoRelay
Use the D8129 OctoRelay to add relay outputs to the
system in groups of eight. The D7212GV3 allows up
to 24 relay outputs. Review Section 6.0 Power
Outputs on page 24 to ensure that enough power is
provided for the OctoRelays and other powered
devices that are connected to the system.
OctoRelays for relay numbers 1 to 24 connect to
Zonex 1, Terminal 28. Refer to Figure 19 on this
page.
Alarm output, auxiliary relay, sensor reset, arming
status, point status, alarm memory, or remote
functions can be assigned to the OctoRelay outputs
individually. Refer to Relay Parameters in the
D7212GV3 Program Entry Guide (P/N: F01U170808)
for programming details.
D8129 Restricted for Fire Systems: D8129 relay
outputs are not supervised and cannot be used in fire
or combined fire and burglary installations for primary
indicating devices.
10.1.1 Configuring the D8129 OctoRelay
Five switches on the OctoRelay determine the relay
numbers for the eight relay outputs (Table 16).
Table 16:
D8129 OctoRelay Switch Settings
Panel Relay
Number
D8129 OctoRelay
Switch Setting
On Panel, Connect
D8129 to:
1 to 8
9 to 16
17 to 24
Off-On-On-On-On
On-Off-On-On-On
Off-Off-On-On-On
Zonex 1 Terminal 28
Zonex 1 Terminal 28
Zonex 1 Terminal 28
Figure 19: D8129 Connections to the D7212GV3
1 - D8129 OctoRelays for relay numbers 1 to 24.
Connect OctoRelays in parallel.
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10.1.1 Relay Outputs
Relay outputs can activate when you are
setting the OctoRelay switches or
programming the control panel.
Disconnect equipment connected to relay
outputs when you perform these functions.
Each OctoRelay output provides a Form C dry contact
rated for 1.0 A at 12.0 VDC. Normally-open, common,
and normally-closed terminals are available for each
relay output. When an individual output is activated,
continuity exists between the normally-open and
common terminals. When the output is not activated,
continuity exists between the normally-closed and
common terminals.
10.1.2 Installation
Set the switches on the OctoRelay before installing it
in the enclosure. Refer to Section 10.1.1 Configuring
the D8129 OctoRelay on page 43.
Install the OctoRelay in the enclosure with the control
panel (Figure 2 on page 8) or in an adjacent
enclosure that is no more than 1.5 m (5 ft) from the
control panel. Use 1.5 mm (16 AWG) to 0.8 mm
(22 AWG) wire.
To install OctoRelays in the enclosure with the control
panel:
1. Align the module with one of the mounting
locations in the enclosure (refer to Figure 2 on
page 8).
2. Using the screws provided with the module,
secure the module in the enclosure.
Use the D137 Mounting Bracket or D9002
Mounting Skirt to install OctoRelays in enclosures
with no available module mounting locations.
10.1.3 Wiring Connections
Power down the control panel to connect OctoRelays.
Refer to Figure 19 on page 43.
OctoRelays for Relays 1 to 24 connect to
Zonex 1, Terminal 28.
Only one OctoRelay is shown wired to each Zonex
bus in Figure 19 on page 43. Wire additional
OctoRelays in parallel. Review Section 6.0 Power
Outputs on page 24 for information about providing
enough power for the relays.
Arming Devices
11.0 Arming Devices
11.1
Description
Keypads, maintained or momentary contact
keyswitches, or a combination of the two are used to
arm and disarm areas. The control panel can contain
up to four areas. Refer to Section 3.3.5 Areas and
Accounts on page 11 for a description of areas.
11.2
Keypad Terminals 29 to 32
The Bosch Security Systems, Inc. keypad is a fourwire powered device used to arm and disarm areas,
annunciate complete system status, initiate system
tests, and control many functions of the security
system.
The system can supervise up to 8 keypads. The
control panel sends a Serial Device Trouble Report,
SDI FAILURE, in the Modem IIIa2 format or
Expansion Module Failure (333) in the Contact ID
format, if it loses communication with a supervised
keypad. CALL FOR SERVICE appears in any keypad
that loses communication with the control panel, if the
keypad has text display capability. SERVC KEYPAD
appears at all other keypads connected to the system.
A total of 32 unsupervised keypads can be connected
to the system. The number of supervised keypads,
number of areas, and the available power affect the
total number of keypads that can be connected to the
system. Refer to Keypad in the D7212GV3 Program
Entry Guide (P/N: F01U170808) for complete
programming details on keypad options.
Five types of keypads are available for use with the
system.
• D1255/D1255RB: 16-character alphanumeric
display for general use.
• D1256/D1256RB: Text display keypad with keys
designated for local fire alarm control.
• D1257/D1257RB: Text display keypad for fire
annunciation.
• D1260/1260B: Easy-to-read, 4-line by 20character LCD display with eight “soft” keys to
display simple selections.
• D720/D720B: LED display keypad appropriate
for use as a single area keypad with up to eight
points.
D1255 and D720 are available in white
(D1255W and D720W) or red (D1255R
and D720R).
For operating information, refer to the user’s guide for
the specific keypad.
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11.2.1 Assigning an Address for the Keypad
11.2.2 Installation
Switches on the keypad assign an address (1 to 8).
The address determines if the keypad is supervised,
the scope of the keypad, and to what area the keypad
is assigned. Refer to Keypad Assignment in the
D7212GV3 Program Entry Guide (P/N: F01U170808)
for a complete description of addresses.
Refer to the keypad installation manuals for
installation and mounting instructions. Keypads
connect to the control panel in parallel (Table 18).
Table 18:
Table 17 shows the correct switch setting for each
address.
D7212GV3
Terminal
32*
31
30
29
The D7212GV3 supports Keypad SDI
Addresses 1 to 8.
*
Table 17:
Address
3
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
4
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
5
Encoding
Tone ON/OFF
Address #1
Address #2
Address #3
Address #4
Address #5
Address #6
Address #7
Address #8
Address #9
Address #10
Address #11
Address #12
Address #13
Address #14
Address #15
Address #16
Keypad Address Settings
Switch
1
2
ON
ON
OFF ON
ON
OFF
OFF OFF
ON
ON
OFF ON
ON
OFF
OFF OFF
ON
ON
OFF ON
ON
OFF
OFF OFF
ON
ON
OFF ON
ON
OFF
OFF OFF
Arming Devices
6
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Keypad Connections
Function
POWER +
DATA BUS A
DATA BUS B
COMMON
Keypad
Wire Color
Red
Yellow
Green
Black
Function
12.0 VDC
Data – In
Data – Out
Common
Connect with at least 1.5 m (5 ft) of 0.8 mm (22 AWG) wire
(4.3 m [14 ft] of 1.2 mm [18 AWG] wire).
Switching the Green and Yellow Wires Affects
Other Keypads: Connecting the green wire
incorrectly from the keypad to Terminal 31 and the
yellow wire to Terminal 30 causes other keypads
connected to the control panel to go blank or to sound
random beep tones.
You can connect devices to the data bus (Terminals
30 and 31) by parallel wire run from the control panel
to each device, wire from device to device, or a
combination of the two using a maximum of 4572 m
(15000 ft) of 0.8 mm (22 AWG) wire for all devices
connected to the SDI Bus combined.
Wire Limits for Individual Devices
Refer to the installation instructions for each device
for wire length specifications.
Extra Power for More Keypads
The D1255 Keypad draws 104 mA when idle. It draws
206 mA with the keys lit and the sounder activated.
Review Section 6.0 Power Outputs on page 24 to
determine the total power output requirements for the
system.
One or more D8132 Battery Charger/Power Supply
Modules can be added for the number of keypads
used. Figure 20 shows the D8132 powering keypads
in a stand-alone configuration.
For UL Certificated accounts, use a UL Listed
auxiliary 12.0 VDC regulated, power-limited power
supply for Fire Protective Signaling Units and
Commercial or Residential Burglar Units. The D8132
is not UL Listed as a stand-alone power supply.
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The control panel and the D8132
(or other power supply) must share
Arming Devices
COMMON.
Figure 20 shows the common form of the
D8132 Module connected to the common
on the keypad and the common on the
control panel. Any stand-alone power supply,
powering any device connected to the
control panel, must also be connected to a
common terminal on the control panel.
If using the ground fault detection capability
on the D7212GV3 Control Panels with an
external power supply, ensure that the
external selected power supply isolates its
earth ground connection from the negative
side of the auxiliary power output. External
power supplies that do not isolate earth
ground can cause ground fault conditions
on the control panel.
Figure 20: Power at Keypads
5
1
2
3
2
4
3
4
12345-
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To control panel
+12.0 VDC
Data
Common
D8132 or external power supply
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11.3
D279A Independent Zone Control
Any on-board or OctoPOPIT point can be
programmed so that the D279A Independent Zone
Control operates as independent point control (arming
and disarming the point).
Refer to Point Assignments in the D7212GV3
Program Entry Guide (P/N: F01U170808) for
programming information. Refer to the D279A
Operation and Installation Instructions (P/N: 46458)
for wiring and operation instructions.
11.4
Keyswitch
11.4.1 Description
A maintained or momentary contact arming station
(keyswitch) can be connected to master arm or
disarm any of the areas in the system. The keyswitch
is connected to an on-board or off-board point’s
sensor loop. Relays can be programmed to activate
arming status LEDs for keyswitch arming stations.
Refer to Relays in the D7212GV3 Program Entry
Guide (P/N: F01U170808)
11.4.2 Programming
Refer to Point Assignments in the D7212GV3
Program Entry Guide (P/N: F01U170808) for the
correct programming for points used for keyswitches.
11.4.3 Installation
For maintained switches, connect the EOL resistor for
the point at the keyswitch so that the switch opens the
circuit when it operates. A short on the circuit
produces an alarm if the area is armed and a trouble
if it is disarmed. Refer to Figure 21.
For momentary keyswitches, connect the EOL
resistor at the keyswitch point so that when the
keyswitch operates, it shorts the resistor. An open on
the circuit causes an alarm if the area is armed and a
trouble if it is disarmed. Refer to Figure 21.
11.4.4 Operation
Maintained Contact
If the point to which the keyswitch is connected is
programmed for a maintained contact, an open on the
arming circuit arms the area. All faulted points are
force armed, regardless of the entry in the FA Bypass
Max program item. Returning the circuit to normal
disarms the area. Refer to Area Parameters and Point
Assignments in the D7212 Program Entry Guide
(P/N: F01U170808)
Momentary Contact
If the point to which the keyswitch is connected is
programmed for a momentary contact, shorting the
arming circuit toggles the area’s arming state between
armed and disarmed. All faulted points are force
armed, regardless of the entry in the FA Bypass Max
program item. Refer to Point Assignments in the
D7212GV3 Program Entry Guide (P/N: F01U170808).
Silencing the Bell
To silence the bell (stop Alarm Bell output) if the
system is armed, position the keyswitch to disarm the
area. If the area is disarmed, turn the keyswitch once
to start the arming process. Turning the keyswitch a
second time stops the arming process and silences
the bell.
Figure 21: Keyswitch Wiring
1234∗
Maintained keyswitch
Momentary keyswitch
Common
Point input
5 - 1 kΩ or 33 kΩ resistor ∗
6- Open on a circuit arms the area
7 - Short on a circuit toggles the arming state
Use 1 kΩ EOL resistors if using one of the zones on the control panel or an OctoPOPIT. Use a 33 kΩ resistor if using a POPIT.
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Table 20 shows the correct switch setting for Address
17.
12.0 SDI Devices
12.1
Table 20:
Description
The D7212GV3 Control Panel can support a number
of accessory devices from the SDI Bus using
Terminals 29 through 32. Some devices include the
D1255RB and D1255 Keypads (refer to Section 11.0
Arming Devices on page 44), D9131A Parallel Printer
Interface Module, ITS-DX4020-G GPRS/GSM
Communicator, and DX4020 Network Interface
Module.
12.2
Installation
For complete installation instructions, consult the
operation and installation guide for the specific SDI
device. SDI devices connect to the control panel in
parallel (Table 19).
These devices can share power with the control panel
or be powered by a stand-alone power source.
Table 19:
D7212GV3
Terminal
32
31
30
29
SDI Device Connections
Function
POWER +
DATA BUS 1
DATABUS B
COMMON
SDI Devices
Wire Color
Red
Yellow
Green
Black
Function
+12.0 VDC
Data
Data
Common
A stand-alone power supply powering the
SDI device must also be connected to a
common terminal on the control panel.
Do not connect the earth ground for the
stand-alone power supply to Terminal 10
on the control panel.
12.3
D9131A Parallel Printer Interface
Module
The Bosch Security Systems, Inc. D9131A Parallel
Printer Interface Module is a four-wire powered device
used to connect a standard parallel printer to a control
panel. The D7212GV3 can supervise one printer. A
separate D9131A Parallel Printer Interface Module is
necessary for each printer. The D9131A connects to
the printer using a standard parallel printer cable.
12.3.1 Switch Settings
Switches on the D9131A assign a unique address (17
to 19) for each printer. The address determines if the
printer is supervised, the area scope of the printers,
and the area to which the printer is assigned. Refer to
Printer Parameters in the D7212GV3 Program Entry
Guide (P/N: F01U170808) for a complete description
of addresses.
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SDI Devices
Printer
17
∗
Switch 4:
Printer Address Switch Settings
Switch
1
2
3
ON
ON
ON
4∗
ON
5
6
ON
ON
ON = Header and form feed
OFF = No header and form feed
12.3.2 Supervision
Supervision includes:
• Proper operation of the SDI bus
• Proper connection of the printer cable between
the printer and the D9131A
• Printer paper supply
• Printer selected (on-line)
• Printer power.
The control panel sends an SDI Failure Report to the
receiver if communication with the printer interface
fails. If an SDI failure occurs, SERVC PRINTER
appears at the keypad. The report to the receiver
includes the address of the troubled D9131A to
indicate which printer needs service.
If an SDI device is supervised and Terminal SDI A
becomes disconnected, the device can continue to
operate normally, depending upon environmental
conditions.
12.4
SDI Address 88 and 92
SDI Address 88 and 92 are available with the
D7212GV3 Control Panel and are used for several
different applications. Only one device can be
assigned to SDI Address 88 at a time. Likewise, only
one device can be assigned to SDI Address 92 at a
time.
12.4.1 Network Interface Modules
The Bosch Security Systems, Inc. DX4020 Network
Interface Module is a four-wire powered SDI device
that provides connection for two-way communication
over Ethernet networks to the D7212GV3.
For programming information on enhanced
communications, refer to the D7212GV3 Program
Entry Guide (P/N: F01U170808).
The DX4020 can be installed up to 305 m (1000 ft)
from the control panel using 0.8 mm (22 AWG) wire.
The ITS-DX4020-G GPRS/GSM IP Communicator
enables two-way IP or dialed communication over a
commercial GPRS/GSM network. Typical applications
are event reporting to a central monitoring station and
remote access to Bosch intrusion control panels.
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The ITS-DX4020-G GPRS/GSM IP Communicator
has two modes; GPRS uses Modem IIIa2; and GSM
uses Contact ID.
For programming information refer to the
ITS-DX4020-G GPRS/GSM IP Communicator
Installation and Operation Guide (P/N: F01U163066).
Figure 22: DX4020 DIP Switch Settings
Programmer Connections
If supervised and the module does not respond to
control panel supervision polls, SERVC SDI 88 or
SERVC SDI 92 appears at the keypad. The report to
the receiver includes the address of the troubled
module indicating which module needs service.
13.0 Programmer Connections
13.1
Programmer Connector
Control panel firmware version 8.11 and later does
not support the D5200 Programmer. Instead, a limited
local keypad programming mode is available. Refer to
Section 13.2 Installer Keypad and Local Programmers
Mode on page 50 for details.
Figure 23: Reset Pin
123456-
DIP Switches
ON position
OFF position
SDI Address 80 switch settings
SDI Address 88 switch settings
SDI Address 92 switch settings
12.4.2 Address Settings
The DX4020 has specific DIP switch settings for SDI
Addresses 88 and 92 when using the DX4020 for
Remote Programming Software (RPS) or enhanced
communications in a local area network (LAN) or
wide-area network (WAN) environment. Refer to
Figure 22 for the correct switch settings.
The DX4020 has specific DIP switch settings for SDI
Address 80 when using the DX4020 for automation.
Refer to Figure 22 for the correct switch settings.
1 - Reset Pin locked (closed)
2 - Reset Pin normal (open) for normal control
panel operation
When the Reset Switch (labeled S1)
is closed, the communication module
at SDI Address 92 is disabled. While
in this mode, remote programming
communication over a network is only
supported by the communication
module at SDI Address 88. Remote
programming is always supported
over the phone line.
12.4.3 Supervision
Supervision of the DX4020 and DX402010I at SDI
Address 88 and 92 is available through programming
that ensures operation between the module and the
control panel.
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13.2
Installer Keypad and Local
Programmers Mode
While installing or maintaining a D7212GV3 control
panel, it is sometimes necessary to change the
configuration. To do so, a local keypad programming
menu is available in the Service Menu. You can
access the Service Menu when the control panel is in
stand-by mode or while it is operating. Refer to the
D7212GV3 Control Panel Program Entry Guide
(P/N: F01U170808) for an explanation of the
programming menu.
Accessing Local Keypad Programming when the
Control Panel is Operating (Reset Switch Open)
To access the Local Programmers Menu while the
control panel is operating:
1. Disarm all areas in the control panel.
Local keypad programming is only accessible
when all areas are disarmed.
2. At any D1255 or D1260 Keypad, press
[9][9][ENTER] to access the Service Menu.
3. Enter the Service passcode when prompted.
4. Advance the menu to the Keypad Programming
option, then press [ENTER] to enter programming
mode.
The Keypad Programming menu is only available
when all areas in the control panel are disarmed.
Programmer Connections
Accessing Local Keypad Programming when the
Control Panel is in Standby Mode (Reset Switch
Closed)
The control panel is in standby mode when the Reset
pin is closed. Refer to Figure 23 on page 49. While
the control panel is in standby mode, you can access
the Service Menu at one of two keypads with the
following restrictions:
• An unsupervised D1260 Keypad (all versions)
at SDI Bus Address 8.
The D1260 Keypad does not support SDI Bus
Address 16.
• An unsupervised D1255 Keypad (all versions)
at SDI Bus Address 16.
If a D1255 is set to SDI Bus Address 8, then
that keypad cannot be used to access the
Service Menu.
• Only one keypad at a time is allowed to be in
use.
To access Local Keypad Programming when the
control panel is in standby mode:
1. From the keypad (D1260 at SDI Address 8 or
D1255 ad SDI Address 16), enter the Service
Passcode.
2. Advance the menu to the Keypad Programming
option.
3. Press [ENTER] to enter Local Keypad
Programming.
13.3
Programmer Access Reports
When a program is sent to the control panel from
RPS, the control panel sends a Prog Access OK.
The prompt in routing must be programmed Yes to
send this report.
If the control panel is configured with the Reset switch
closed, then this report is deferred until after the
switch is unlocked.
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14.0 D7212GV3 Faceplate
Figure 24: D7212GV3 Faceplate
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Charging status LED (yellow)
Low battery LED (red)
Color-coded battery leads
Ground fault detect enable
Phone LED (red)
Tip
Telephone cord connector
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8 - Ring
9 - S3, Point 8 EOL selection
10 - Operation monitor LED (green)
11 - Accessory connector
12 - Programming connector
Do not use with firmware version 8.11 or later
13 - Reset pin
14 - SDI quick connector
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Appendix A: System Wiring Diagrams, Issue A
Figure 25: D7212GV3, Power Supply Side System Wiring
1 - If required by local AHJ, connect the D113 Battery
Lead Supervision Module.
2 - Batteries
3 - D122 Dual Battery Harness, as required.
4 - D1640 Transformer and D8004 Transformer
Enclosure required for NFPA applications.
5 - D8132 Dual Battery Charger with two batteries
(Batteries are not supervised.)
6 - Power limited, supervised
7 - Power limited
8 - D192G Bell Supervision Module
9 - To Relay A or Relay B
10 - Listed Audible Signaling Devices rated at
12.0 VDC Nominal (do not use vibrating type
horns)
11 - C900V2 (optional)
12 - 560 Ω, 2 W end-of-line (EOL) resistor
(P/N: 15-03130-005)
13 - RJ31X, primary telephone line
14 - To earth ground
All external connections except Terminal 5 (battery positive) are power limited.
The D7212GV3 control panel is not UL listed for commercial faire applications.
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Figure 26: D7212GV3, Input Points and Peripheral Devices System Wiring
CLASS 2 TRANSFORMER
16.5 VAC 40 VA 60 Hz
Model D1640
Internally Fused - Do not short
Requires Unswitched Outlet
Do not share with other equipment
D7212GV3
+ AUX POWER
BATTERY NEGATIVE ONLY
CAUTION: Avoid damage to Panel.
Do not connect 24 V to terminals.
Maximum charging current 1.4 A
BATTERY POSITIVE ONLY
RELAY B
PROGRAMMABLE
ALARM OUTPUTS
Terminals
6 and 7
RELAY C
SWITCHED AUX
Terminal 8
RELAY A
COMMON
1
-
+
VOLTAGE RANGES
Open 3.7 - 5.0 VDC Short 0.0 - 1.3 VDC
Normal 2.0 - 3.0 VDC
EARTH GROUND
S4 GROUND FAULT DETECT
Enabled
Disabled
Point 1 Point 2
Point 3 Point 4
Point 5 Point 6
Point 7 Point 8
PHONE LINE SEIZED LED
ON when communicating
OFF when idle
RING
TIP
RED TELCO CORD MODEL D161
2
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
5
5
Sw. Aux Pwr
3
Zone B
Zone A
Pnl Common
Pnl Common
1
2
Loop B-
5
6
Loop A-
7
Loop B+
8
9
Loop A+
Loop B+
3
4
6
Loop BLoop BLoop B+
Earth Ground 10
3
4
Aux Power
5
6
Earth Ground
7
Zone B
4
1
2
Common
8
Zone A 9
Loop A+ 10
Loop A- 11
Loop A- 12
Loop A+ 13
1 - (Optional): For 24 V applications use a UL 1481
Listed Regulated Power Limited 24 VDC power
supply with a D130 Relay Module. Refer to the
D130 Installation Instructions (P/N: F01U072455)
for correct wiring requirements.
2 - D130 Relay Module
3 - D125B Powered Loop Interface Module
4 - To UL Listed two-wire smoke detectors. Refer to
Two-Wire Smoke Detectors in the D7212GV3
Approved Applications Compliance Guide
(P/N: F01U143080) for a listing of compatible
two-wire smoke detectors.
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5 - P105BL1 1 kΩ resistor (P/N: F01U033966), for
typical burglar alarm applications
6 - D129 Dual Class A Initiation Circuit Module,
provides optional Waterflow Alarm Retard
feature. Not suitable for two-wire smoke
detectors.
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Use zero retard for the D129, except for water-flow devices.
All external connections except Terminal 5 (battery positive) are power limited.
The D7212GV3 control panel is not UL listed for commercial faire applications.
Figure 27: D7212GV3, SDI Devices System Wiring
1 - Up to 8 supervised keypads or fire annunciators
(D1255 all models, D1255RB, D1256, D1256RB,
D1257, D1257RB, D1260 all models, or D720 all
models)
2 - Power limited, supervised
3 - D9131A Parallel Printer Interface Module or other
SDI device
*
4 - DX4020 Network Interface Module or other SDI
device
5 - D8125 POPEX No. 1
6 - Up to 32 D9127U/T POPITs
7 - Zonex 1: up to 4 D8128Ds*
8 - Zonex 1: up to 3 D8129s*
The number of D8129 OctoRelays that can be connected to each zonex terminal on the control panel is limited by the number of D8128D
OctoPOPITs connected to the same terminal. Refer to the D8128D Installation Guide (P/N: F01U070537) or the D8129 Operation and
Installation Guide (P/N: F01U036302) for specific information.
All external connections except Terminal 5 (battery positive) are power limited.
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Appendix B: Point Address Chart
Place the labels on the base of the POPIT. Do not attach labels to the POPIT cover.
A bullet (•) in the switch column indicates that the switch is set to ON.
Use D9127 POPITs for Points 9 to 40. D9127 POPITs have DIP switches 0 to 6.
Table 21:
Address
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
034
035
036
037
038
039
040
Zonex 1, Points 9 to 40
Switch
0
1
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•
•
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Specifications
Table 22:
Specifications
Voltage Input
(Power
Supply)
Current
Requirements
Power
Outputs*
Minimum
Operating
Voltage
SDI Bus
Telephone
Connections
Battery
Discharge/
Recharge
Schedule
Primary:
Terminals 1 and 2
16.5 VAC 40 VA class 2 plug-in transformer (D1640)
Secondary:
Terminals 4 and 5
Sealed lead-acid rechargeable battery (12.0 VDC, 7 Ah or 12.0 VDC,
17.2 or 18 Ah). The control panel supports up to two 12.0 VDC, 7 Ah
batteries using the D122 Dual Battery Harness or two D1218 (12.0 VDC,
17.2 or 18 Ah) batteries using a D122.
Control Panel: Idle 225 mA; Alarm 300 mA
Refer to the Current Rating Chart for Standby Battery Calculations section in the D7212GV3 Approved
Applications Compliance Guide (P/N: F01U143080) for the current draw requirements of other system
components.
All external connections are power-limited except battery terminals.
Continuous
Terminals 3, 24,
1.4 A maximum at 12.0 VDC Nominal (continuous supply) total for all
Power Outputs and 32
devices and outputs supplied at Terminals 3, 24, and 32 and at the
accessory and programming connectors.
Alarm Power
Terminals 6 and 7 2.0 A maximum at 12.0 VDC Nominal output. Output can be steady or one
Output
of three pulsed patterns depending on programming. Refer to Relays in
the D7212GV3 Program Entry Guide (P/N: F01U170808).
Switched Aux
Terminal 8
1.4 A maximum at 12.0 VDC Nominal output. Continuous output is
Power
interrupted by Sensor Reset or alarm verification depending on
programming. Refer to Relays in the D712GV3 Program Entry Guide
(P/N: F01U170808).
To comply with UL 985 listing standards for fire alarm systems (effective March 1, 1989), the
Fire and
total combined continuous and alarm current draw for the system during alarm conditions must
Fire/Burglary
be limited to 1.4 A provided by the primary power supply (rectified AC). If current draw for the
Systems
system exceeds 1.4 A, remove connected devices until the current draw falls below 1.4 A.
Then, connect the removed devices to a D8132 Battery Charger Module or to an external
power supply (refer to Figure 21 on page 47).
10.2 VDC
SDI Bus A (+):
SDI Bus B (-):
Connection:
Discharge
Cycle
Recharge
Cycle
Environmental
Temperature:
Relative
Humidity:
Arming
Stations
Point
Thresholds
9 VDC 4572 m (15000 ft) maximum
9 VDC 4572 m (15000 ft) maximum
RJ31X or RJ38X jack can connect the control panels.
Supervision supplied by the control panel.
Charging float level.
13.9 VDC
Charging status LED on.
13.8 VDC
Low Battery and AC Fail Reports if programmed. Low Battery LED on.
12.1 VDC
Minimum operational voltage
10.2 VDC
Battery load shed (processing functions continue if AC is present).
10.0 VDC
Load shed relay resets, battery charging begins, Battery Trouble and AC
AC ON
Restoral Reports sent.
Battery Restoral Report sent, Low Battery LED off.
13.7 VDC
Charging status LED off, battery float charged.
13.9 VDC
0°C to +50°C (+32°F to +122°F)
Maximum 93% non-condensing
D720/D720B Keypads, D1255/D1255B/D1255RB Keypads, D1256/D1256RB Fire Keypads; D1257/D1257RB Fire
Alarm Annunciators; D1260/D1260B Keypads; Keyswitch
Open
Greater than 3.7 VDC, but less than 5.0 VDC.
Normal
Greater than 2.0 VDC, but less than 3.0 VDC.
Short
Greater than 0.0 VDC, but less than 1.3 VDC.
D8103 Universal Enclosure, D8109 Fire Enclosure, D8108A Attack Resistant Enclosure, BATB-40 Battery Box
On-board
Points 1 to 8
Compatible
Enclosures
For UL applications, refer to Table 3 on page 10 for compatible devices
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