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AV-2004, AV-2048
Integrated Alarm Control/Communicator
Year 2000 ready
Express
Installation and Operation Manual
Version 2.17
Edition II
This product is subject to continual enhancement and therefore
specifications may be changed or altered without prior notice
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1. INTRODUCTION
System planning
When the panel reaches you it will be factory programmed. This is done for testing purposes but
also can be used for installation if required without first entering to programming. This present
program is referred to as ‘Factory Defaults’. The engineer should be familiar with all the features
and options before attempting to program, for detailed manual refer to the full version manual
(AV-2005/8 full version), this manual includes glossary and more details.
System supplied with or without transformer according to approval requirements in each country.
Order the keypad transformer separately (few types available). Blinking ‘h’ after power-up,
reminds to adjust system’s clock and date (see page No. 10). Default arming code is 1, 2, 3, 4.
Version 2.09 news: EOL zones, EOL zone will report Tamper alarm in case of zone shorting,
Auto-Arming, Remote key input, Electronic Fuse, Sleep Mode.
Version 2.11 news: New 2000 series hardware with improved surge protection, new feature at
074-3, ring detector width setting at address 093, new eight zone panel AV-2048, Green zone.
Version 2,17 news: Large box is standard, cross-zoning (fire application), telephone line monitor,
bypass answer machine, new log events, Green zone programmed by default, Panic Zone type,
display open zone by default, Very Slow zone (AV-2048 only), larger box.
2. MOUNTING THE CONTROL PANEL
Refer to detailed wiring diagram. Note: ‘h’ is displayed after power-up to remind installer to set
the time; ‘h’ will be removed after time setting (by using keys 0 and 1 refer to page 10).
Select a mounting location as following:
1. A continuously powered (non-switched) AC power source, compatible with step-down
supplied transformer. Make sure the mains (110 or 220V) are fused.
2. A cold water pipe Ground, ideally no more than 3 meters (10 feet) from the panel. Use 16
AWG or 0.5 mm2 wires.
3. Telephone line socket.
Always install the control panel box in a hard-to-access location
Locate one of the Keypads near the Entrance/Exit door. Install A tamper-switch to secure the
control panel box. Connect the tamper-switch to a 24H zone (is active at all times).
Zone Wiring Mode:
Your system provides few ways of zone wiring: Non EOL resistor loop, EOL resistor loop. The
EOL loop protects the zone lines against tampering. It’s recommended to use the EOL mode; it’s
safer and keeps lower EMI and RFI interference.
Via programming, select either End-Of-Line (EOL.) resistor protection, or non-EOL. mode. The
EOL is defined at address 029; the default program is set at non-EOL for all zones. To select EOL
mode enter at address 029 the required zone to be EOL, or enter ‘0’ to enable all zones as EOL.
Note: Address 029 is blocked at the AV-2048, only EOL mode is available.
If EOL mode is selected (recommended), install the EOL resistor (2.2K/0.25 or 0.5W) inside the
detection device (e.g. PIR, Magnetic Switch). Using EOL mode and maximum zone wiring length
is 200 meters using 0.5-mm2 wires, is highly recommended.
Note: ‘Zone’ and ‘Sector’ are interchangeable terms in this manual.
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Always use EOL resistor (to prevent EMI and RFI interference)
An EOL zone will report Tamper alarm in case of zone shorting (if it has been EOL
programmed). For connecting N.O. zones, programming is required, refer to address 042 and 059.
Do not connect few sensors to one zone in EOL mode.
AV-2048, 8 zone panel zone wiring
The AV-2048 board looks similar to the AV-2004 type. The hardware and software are different.
When using the AV-2048 always select the EOL mode. The zones are referred to –V. Connect
two wires to the same terminal, one wire in series with the 2.2.K resistor and the sensor contacts
(relay), the other wire in series with 4.7K resistor and other contacts. Refer to figure 1. The 2.2K
resistors are wired with the odd zones, the 4.7K are wired with the even zone, as table below
shows:
Terminal wire No.
1
2
3
4
Resistor 2.2K
Zone No. 1
Zone No. 3
Zone No. 5
Zone No. 7
Resistor 4.7K
Zone No. 2
Zone No. 4
Zone No. 6
Zone No. 8
Very Slow Response Zone:
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The Very Slow Response is required in several
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applications: Deep freezers thermostats, machinery
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2
3
4 -V
+12V -V
control fail sensors and when the alarm is required only
2.2.K resistor color code
if the sensor stay in alarm for up to 252 seconds. It’s
applicable also for reducing false alarms from standard
burglary sensors, considering the risk of none-detection
Zone No. 1
2.2K
in such case. If Tamper is applied to those zone/s
4.7K
response is within 800ms. In Test Mode (hold-down key
Zone No. 2
7) the selected zones will act fast (as standard zone).
Figure 1: Wiring zone in AV-2048
AV-2048 Zone Wiring
Gold or Silver
RED
RED
RED
To enable “Very Slow Response Zones” select the zone/s at address 032, renamed to “Fast or
Very Slow Response”, program address 074-6 Enable Very Slow Response Zones.The response
time is set at address 059 Zone Response Time. If address 074-6 selected multiply by four the
value entered, and the units are in seconds and not milliseconds as for Fast Response.
3. KEYPAD WIRING
Up to three AV-701T/TI or five AV-702 Keypads can be connected to AV-2004/48 Control
Panel. When few keypads are connected, wire each one directly to the panel, not from one keypad
to the other. Refer to drawing in next page.
When using few keypads connect all in parallel. Each keypad has four terminal wires:
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¾ (+) Power, connect to + Aux. Power ¾ System Data, connect to OR
¾ (–) Power, connect to – Aux. Power ¾ System Strobe, connect to YE
Panel
Panel
Wrong Wiring
Correct Wiring
Figure 2: Wiring more than one keypad
When a non-blinking ‘8’ is displayed and keys do not respond, it is an indication that the
keypad is not communicating with the panel. Check wiring and polarity
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Wire length for each AV-701 Keypad should not exceed 100 meters (when using 0.5 mm2
wires).
For longer than 100 meter keypad wiring, contact manufacturer's consultant. For AV-701TIP
(with tamper) run five (5) wires. Connect the TMP terminal to a 24H or Tamper zone.
Power at Keypad should be a minimum of 11.5 Volts.
IMPORTANT! Never run Keypad wires alongside telephone wires, high voltage wires, or
transmitting antennae. Wire the keypad wires separately and not in same cable with other
devices (telephone, PIR etc.)
For proper connection, refer to wiring diagrams at the end of the manual.
4. SIRENS
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The control unit contains single siren outputs, protected by Electronic Fuse.
Siren should be of an outdoor type with a minimum power of 15W, 8 Ohms Impedance.
Enclose the siren in a metal housing, with anti-tamper switch protection.
Siren mode is factory default, in Siren mode install only speaker-type sirens, which DO NOT
contain sound driver or electronic modules.
The alarm issued by the siren differs according to the type of zone.
‘Bell Mode’ converts Siren outputs into 13.6V DC outputs (no sound is issued). Bell mode
is applicable for driving self-powered sirens or bells, or combined sirens and strobes. For
siren that requires 12V during alarm; at upper-left side of PCB cut D32 diode, after diode D32
cut Bell will operate only if battery connected. At 2.17 new board, 13.6V is issued at Bell
mode.
In Bell mode, connect only sirens, which contain sound driver or electronic modules.
Self contain Bell mode is programmable (address 073). This mode provides connection of
Bells or Sirens that requires 13.6V at ideal and 0V during alarm.
Contact manufacturer's consultant before connecting higher power loads.
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To connect self-contained sirens, Bells, and inner-oscillating sirens, see address 072-1 for
Bell mode.
Warning, Output current for Bell should not exceed 0.5A
4A. AV-2004/48 Remote Indication Terminals
Indication
Application
ON
(-V) on closing (Arming) or if cross-zoning feature selected
A1
(-V) during alarm from the programmed zone
The A1 may be used to drive a low current Strobe Light (Xenon) that consumes up to 300 mA
Beginning with version 2.08, a new feature enables programming the listed outputs to supply float
output (0V) during alarm and -V at ideal. Refer to address 073-8.
In case other features are selected for the same output, this feature is not applicable.
5. GROUNDING – Lightning Protection
The control panel must be earth grounded for lightning protection to work effectively, and in
order to prevent RFI and EMI interferences. Connect the ground to a verified cold-water pipe
using a minimum 16 AWG (or larger) wire. Run the wire via the shortest possible route.
System grounding is compulsory
Connect the Grounding wire to main board and to metal box.
Note: Connect the Ground wire, to the
terminal. This is not a minus (-V).
Be careful of static discharge; before handling the main board touch a grounded metal.
Before grounding the system, make sure to connect ground properly, check that ground does not
transfer high voltages.
6. BACK-UP BATTERY
Make sure to connect the Battery in the correct polarity!
The system's Red wire is the positive pole (+) and the Black wire is the negative pole (-).
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The battery will provide power back up in case of AC power failure.
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Connect back-up battery to ensure proper operation of the system.
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Recommended battery: 7 Amperes per Hour (AH), 12V (sealed lead acid) type.
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A 7.2 AH battery backs up the control panel and a single keypad for approximately 8 hours.
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AV-2004 and AV-2048 panels accommodates a battery of up to 12V – 7.2 AH (max.).
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A 2.5A Electronic Fuse protects the battery.
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7. TELEPHONE LINE WIRING and PROGRAMMING
It’s recommended to connect the control panel to an independent telephone line, if a device is in
parallel with the alarm panel, this may grab the call first (like a message answer/fax) during
remote up and download. Don’t connect fax or answering machine in parallel on the same
telephone line.
Default dialing mode is DTMF. If PULSE dial is selected, the default is European
MAKE/BREAK rate of 40/60 milliseconds (in Pulse dialing).
Electronic Fuse Overview
The Electronic Fuse device is installed as a series element in a circuit. In response to an over current it protects the
circuit by going from a low-resistance to a high-resistance state that reduces the current to a level that’s safe for the
circuit elements. The change in resistance is a result of a rapid increase in the temperature of the device. Like
traditional fuses, Electronic Fuse devices interrupt the flow of dangerously high current. However, unlike traditional
fuses, they automatically reset after the fault is cleared and power to the circuit is removed. Because they are solidstate, Electronic Fuses are also better able to withstand mechanical shock and vibration, and provide reliable
protection in a wide variety of applications. In case of over current, carefully touch the fuse body (yellow round disc),
hot body means the Electronic Fuse in protection mode, disconnect the load and wait 2-3 minutes until the fuse
body get cooler.
Dialing mode is programmable (refer to programming sheet addresses 088 and 089).
Connect the telephone line to ‘TEL-LINE’ terminal, if handsets connected to same line connect
them to ‘PHONES’, when system attempts to dial the ‘PHONES’ is disconnected.
Do not connect to ISDN or other digital telephone system. Most ISDN converters contain an
Analog line; connect the Analog line of the ISDN to the panel TEL-LINE terminal.
8. BEFORE POWERING UP
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Place Control Panel in a well-ventilated location, and as far as possible from any heat source.
Do not place high power RF wireless transmitters near Control Panel.
Check for proper grounding.
Make sure detectors, keypads or any other devices are connected to the Control Panel in
their correct polarities.
Connect a momentary voltage to the siren; making sure a ‘beep’ is sounded. In case of no
beep, check for a short circuit or improperly connected wires.
Power-up through transformer, if system seems to operate properly connect the battery.
Do not connect any sensors or other devices to the battery terminals.
The AV-2004/48 is compatible with 12V smoke detectors, common collector type or relay (-)
output on alarm.
In the AV-2004/48, a momentary switch achieves smoke detector reset. The switch
disconnects power to smoke detector following a smoke alarm.
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9. AV-2004/48 STANDARD KEYPAD FUNCTIONS
Common Terms in this Manual
‘SHUNT’ Ù ‘BYPASS’ are interchangeable terms
Program Mode Ù Provides features programming, ‘P’ is displayed, alarm is disabled
Use Mode Ù Normal operation mode
AV-701 Ù AV-701T Ù AV-701TI Ù AV-702 are identical and interchangeable term
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Short press access standard Keypad functions. The numbered keys (1 to 0) are used for
Arming/Disarming (ON/OFF), Zone Shunt (Bypass), and other operation and programming
functions.
Short beep confirms each key press.
A short press on the AV-701 keypad key accesses the following special functions:
Chime
5
Shunt
0
Shunt
0
Zone Bypass, by pressing key ‘0,’ followed by entering the Zone number.
Zone Bypass via Code (requires programming, see address 071).
Press key ‘0’, while 4 LEDs are blinking, enter valid user code; When only 2 leftmost LEDs are blinking, enter zone number(s) to be bypassed, 4 LEDs stop blinking,
‘Shunt’ LED remains on to confirm zone bypass, within 20 seconds enter your user
code to Arm the system.
0 Group Bypass, by two presses on key ‘0.’ Group-Bypass is operative
then
only if System is Armed within 20 seconds of entry of this feature. Yellow LED will flash and
‘h’ (Home) will be displayed for 1 second in confirmation.
Shunt
0
Instant Arming. Press key ‘5’ (requires programming) to Arm.
Shunt
Group Bypass (HOME) Operation Mode
A. When Group Bypass is selected (by pressing 0 and 0) the Shunt LED stops blinking eight
seconds after arming. This will prevent the LED light from disturbing sleepers near the keypad.
B. There is no exit/entry delay-warning buzzer at the keypad.
C. There are no ‘beeps’ at the keypad until an alarm occurs or Group Bypass is canceled.
D. When the keypad LEDs are turned off after Arming (requires programming), touching the
keypad will turn them on for 5 seconds.
For Group Bypass with code (requires programming); Press key ‘0’, while four LEDs are
blinking, enter valid user code. When only 2 left-most LEDs are blinking, press again ‘0’ key, ‘h’
will be displayed and, 4 LEDs stop blinking. ‘Shunt’ LED is blinking to confirm Group Bypass,
enter your user code to Arm system within 20 seconds (otherwise Group Bypass will be
removed).
10. AV-2004/48 HOLD-DOWN FUNCTIONS (AV-701, AV-702 SERIES)
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To access the hold-down functions hold down the key for approximately 2 seconds.
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Holds down functions are confirmed by a prolonged beep.
Hold-Down Functions:
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Siren
1
Shunt
Display
2
Status
3
Delay
Delete
4
Chime
5
Telephone
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Key 1 Î SIREN TEST
Key 2 Î SHUNT DISPLAY
Displays shunted zone(s).
Key 3 Î STATUS DISPLAY
Displays troubled or malfunctioning zone(s).
Key 4 Î DELAY DELETE (INSTANT PROTECTION)
Holding-down key 4 cancels Entry Delays in zones selected as ‘Delayed’ zones. All
zones become Instant.
‘d’ is displayed in confirmation. Instant Protection becomes effective only if System
is armed within 20 seconds following hold-down of key 4.
Key 5 Î DOOR CHIME
Enable Chime mode. Door Chime operates on Chime-programmed zones.
Hold-down key 5 enables and disables the function; chime mode is not affected by
Arm/Disarm.
Chime mode is confirmed by ‘c’ display on keypad.
Key 6 Î DIALER TEST & FOLLOW-ME PROGRAMMING
Test is performed in ‘Disarmed’ mode.
Function
Via AV-707 Series Keypad
Displays Programmed Follow Me
Telephone Numbers Without Dialing
Follow Me telephone number
programming
Programmed Telephone number
Verification (Display and Dial 4
telephone numbers)
Via AV-701 Series Keypad
Hold-down [6]
Hold-down [6] then hold-down
[6] again
Hold-down [6] then hold-down
[7]
To display the programmed telephone numbers without dialing hold down key 6; within a few
seconds, ‘c’ will appear on the display, followed by the (programmed) ‘Follow Me’ telephone
number.
When programming telephone numbers requiring an inter-digit delay (‘Pause’) during dialing,
Hold-Down key [0], a momentary ‘P’ will be displayed (Delay duration is 3 seconds).
The ‘FOLLOW-ME’ number will be displayed, or displayed and dialed, followed by display-anddial of up to 3 additional telephone numbers.
Telephone
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1
then Siren
Address 092 enables ‘Answer Now‘ feature (answers remote computer
after 1 ring). The user attending the control panel can reduce the number of rings before answer to
one ring. To cancel the Answer Now feature hold-down 6 and hold-down 0.
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This feature is useful if the control panel was programmed not to answer incoming calls
(programming of 21 rings or greater at address 091). For ‘Answer Now’ to be available, program
01 at address 092.
User should hold-down key 6 and then key 1, before the call is made to the control panel. The
panel will acknowledge the command with two beeps and ‘A.’ is displayed. The feature remains
active for 5 minutes after entered, enabling programmer (at remote computer) to enter the panel.
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Key 7 Î FAULT FIND
Fault Find enables testing of all detection devices.
Fault Find mode can be entered only during the 15 seconds following system Disarm.
24H, Fire or Panic alarm will stop Fault Find mode.
Hold down key 7, confirmed by ‘F’ on Keypad display.
Open and close each zone to test. A one-second beep confirms detection of zone opening.
Three beeps indicate zone closing.
Quit Fault Find mode by arming the system.
Program
Reset
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9
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2.
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Key 8 Î PROGRAM
Key 8 accesses ‘Program’ mode and user code programming (changing).
Key 9 Î RESET
‘Reset’ performs the following functions:
Cancels last Keypad entry
Stops the communication test (triggered by hold-down key 6)
Resets Day Zone Alarm at Keypad
Exits Programming mode (features, telephone numbers, etc.)
Key ‘0’ Hold-Down functions
0 Key 0 Concise Alarm History: Hold down key ‘0’ to display the last alarm
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sequence. New alarm will create a new history instead of the old one.
Shunt
0 and
0 Detailed Events History (requires programming): Hold down key
2.
‘0’ and again hold down key ‘0’ to display up to 36 events, including: System opening and closing
by user number, opening or closing time, zone caused alarm, AC fail.
Shunt
Shunt
0 twice, three LEDs start blinking to indicate a special operation
By holding-down key
mode. The events are being displayed from the most recent to the oldest event.
The event is displayed as following:
XX - Event number (from 01 to 36), then HH_MM (Hour and Minutes) Event Time, Event (alarm
or opening/closing).
Translate the display as following:
‘u’ (user number 1 to 8)
‘o’ or ‘c’ - opening or closing
Zone causing alarm-Will blink twice
Shunt
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tX - Tamper alarm form zone causing alarm (X)
H - Means Panic Alarm
Note: 3 lines (≡) indicates power fail. In history events AC fail is displayed.
For example:
Zone no. blinks twice
01 2 2 _ 2 4 u 1 o
02 2 3 _ 0 5 7 7
03 2 3 _ 3 5 H H
Sign then long beep
indicates end of History
04 0 0 _ 0 8 u 1 c Display
Event 01
Time
User 1
Opening
Event 2 Time Alarm Zone 7 Event 3 Time Alarm Zone H Event 4 Time User 1 Closing
During zone number display, keypad display blinks twice to indicate the zone number.
Browsing through Events History
Keys used for browsing:
2 ¾ Skip forward to next event
5 ¾ Display again current event
8 ¾ Skip backward to previous event
9 ¾ Cancel History Event Mode and exit
When last event is displayed and attempting to move forward (key 2) a blank sign ‘–‘ is displayed
and a long warning beep indicating that it is the last event. Press key 8 to move backward, if no
key is pressed Event History stops and system returns to Use mode.
When starting History Events mode the events are displayed from starting to the end without any
break, until any browsing key had been pressed.
Shunt
Display
Chime
Program
Reset
During History Event browsing, system will respond only to alarm or panic, Arming denied.
Alarm or Panic during History Event mode will quit this mode and system will set to Use
Mode (normal operation mode. Clearer History events are available when using the
download.
0 and Status Concise History of Tampered Zones: Hold down key ‘0’ and then
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hold down key ‘3’ to display the Tampered zone alarm sequence.
New alarm will create a new history in place of old history.
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Shunt
1
0 and Siren
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Display and Setting of System Time: Hold down key ‘0’ and then
hold-down key ‘1’, three LEDs are blinking, wait for the display of system time in 4-digit format.
To set new time, hold down key ‘0’ and then hold down key ‘1.’ Do not wait for time display;
enter the new time in 24-hour format. The local clock time is not stored in system memory; clock
must be adjusted after power-up. System time is reset to 00:00 after power-up, ‘h’ will be
displayed to remind user to set time, ‘h’ will be removed after setting new time.
Shunt
Shunt
2
0 then Display Display and Setting of System Date: Hold down key ‘0’ and then
5.
hold-down key ‘2’, 3 LEDs are blinking, enter date; ‘dd mm yy’. When history displayed at
keypad, time is displayed. The up and download PC software synchronies time and date.
The local date is stored in system memory, date must be adjusted after long power-fail.
Years 78 through 99 translated as 1978 to 1999
Years 00 through 77 translated as 2000 to 2077
Shunt
10
Shunt
0
Delay
Delete
4
Shunt
0
Chime
5
then
Reset Events Memory: Hold down key ‘0’ and then hold down key
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‘4’ to erase all events from memory.
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then
Display Last 2 Users: Hold down key ‘0’ and then hold down key 5
to display user number and System opening or closing time.
‘o’ is displayed for Opening (Disarming); ‘c’ is displayed for Closing (Arming).
0 (do not hold-down) and press
8.
cancel all Bypassed Zones.
Shunt
*
Keypad Panic
Reset
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(do not hold-down), will display ‘-’ to
#
Keys Î PANIC BUTTON
Holding down * and # keys will trigger Panic alarm. H will be displayed (zone ‘H’).
To quit zero hold-down functions, hold-down ‘9’
To cancel Hold-Down function accessed by keys [0], [6] and [7]; Hold-Down key 9 (Reset)
11. SYSTEM CODES
Up to eight different Arm/Disarm Codes and one installer (dealer) Code may be entered into the
control panel; each code contains one to six digits.
Do not use ‘0’ as the first digit in a code.
Do not use ‘5’ as first digit in a code number if Instant Arming via key 5 was program.
The user(s) code must not start with the same numbers as the installer programming code (1994).
Do not use same codes or same first digit for few codes, for example; if code of user one is 1,2,3,4
avoid programming code of user two to be 1,2,5,6.
1. Default Arming and Disarming Code ‘1 2 3 4’ (Code No. 1) - Use ‘1234’ as Arming
Code (also called Owner Code). Use code No. 1 to program a new user code.
Upon setting new Arming & Disarming code, the default user code ‘1234’ is automatically
replaced. For setting system codes to default, power up by applying AC and battery and
#
* Keypad Panic
immediately hold-down keys
, after 2nd beep release keys, in
confirmation ‘U’ blinks 3 times.
2. Code number 8 as Visitor Code (requires programming) – Program the Arm/Disarm Code
No. 8 as a ‘one time code,’ for employees and one-time visitors. This code is valid 30 seconds
from Arming. After 30 seconds, the code is not valid. Entering code 8 will delete zone
bypasses including auto-bypass.
3. Code number 9, Programming Code (Installer Code). This code enables entering the
programming mode (system features programming) at the Installer level.
The factory default programming code is ‘1 9 9 4’.
The programming code may be installer-programmed. Installer Code does not Arm or
Disarm system.
4. User Codes - (Arming/Disarming code); each code is 1 to 6 digit. System provides eight
users programmable codes.
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12. Remote Key and Wireless Arming & Disarming
The AV-2004/48 enables Arming and Disarming by remote momentary or latch key-switch (as
programmed in address 071-7), which is connected to terminals ‘KE’ and ‘- Aux. Power.’ Refer to
Wiring Diagram.
When using remote key-switch, wire length should not exceed 10 meters.
A Momentary pulse (momentary trig) between ‘KEY’ and ‘-V’ terminals will Arm and
Disarm the control panel (close the ‘instant’ and ‘24H’ zones Prior to arming.)
System reverts to previous status with next momentary pulse. (Refer to Wiring Diagram.)
For Arming/Disarming via Wireless Radio Remote, connect receiver's relay to ‘KE’ and ‘-Aux.
Power’ terminals. Verify the receiver relay mode, momentary, or latch, and set system
accordingly.
For fast Remote Key wiring, the AV-2004/48/M contains a fast-insert connection, a dedicated
wired connector is available (not included in the standard AV-2004/48/AV-2004/48M).
In most cases the Key connector is applicable for emergency Disarming – Short the key terminal
with screwdriver.
13. USER CODE PROGRAMMING
Set New USER-CODE
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1. Hold down key
2. While 4 LEDs are blinking, enter code No. 1 (default 1, 2, 3, 4)
3. If code is valid, four LEDs will stop blinking, and ‘u’ will be displayed
4. The two left-most LEDs blink to indicate that the system is waiting for a new user code index
(user 1 to 8) to be entered.
5. Enter the code index (1 for code No. 1; 2 for code No. 2, etc.)
6. The two right-most LEDs blink to indicate that the system is waiting for a new code
(1 to 6 digits) to be entered. Not entering a user code is, voids the code.
7. Enter the new code; ‘U’ is displayed for confirmation.
8. To quit code setting hold-down key ‘9’.
Set new USER-CODE in Installer program mode
1. While system is in program mode, enter address 099, ‘u’ will be displayed
2. The two left-most LEDs blink to indicate that the system is waiting for a new user code index
(user 1 to 8) to be entered.
3. The two right-most LEDs blink to indicate that the system is waiting for a new code
(1 to 6 digits) to be entered. Enter the new code.
4. At Installer program mode, Installer Code (code no. 9) can be set. Installer Code index number
is ‘9’.
5. Upon code setting completion, system reverts to Disarm mode.
Delete a USER-CODE
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1. Hold down key
2. While four LEDs are blinking, enter code No. 1 (default 1, 2, 3, 4)
3. If code is valid, four LEDs will stop blinking, and ‘u’ will be displayed
Program
Program
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4. The two left-most LEDs blink to indicate that the system is waiting for a new user code-index
(user 1 to 8) to be entered.
5. Enter the code index you want to be delete (1 for code No. 1; 2 for code No. 2, etc.)
6. The two right-most LEDs blink to indicate that the system is waiting for a new code.
If user code is not entered, the code is voided; short sounder beep confirms code has been
deleted.
7. It's possible to enter a new code; ‘U’ is displayed for confirmation.
8. To quit code setting hold-down key ‘9’.
Auto Arming (version 2.09 and upper)
Programming the time for Automatic Arming:
- By Installer: Program (or display) hours and minutes at address 016.
- By User: Enter to user programming mode. Hold down '8' ('A' is displayed); type hour and
minutes in 24 hours format. To display, hold down '8' and wait. To disable Automatic Arming
program 0000.
After Automatic Arming is programmed, the system time can be set only via User Programming
Mode: Enter User Programming Mode (hold-down 8 and 1234), hold down '1' ('t' is displayed)
and type hour and minutes. Hold down '1' and wait for the time to be displayed. Holding down
keys '0'+'1' to program the time is possible only if the Automatic Arming is disabled (otherwise an
'Error’ warning is displayed).
14. CROSS ZONE FEATURE (AV-2004 only)
Description of the feature:
The activation of an external device (like a fire extinguisher), upon detection of an alarm at zones
3 and 4 during a preset time. To program the preset time window refer to address 067. The units
are 2 seconds and the default is 60, meaning that the time window is 120 seconds.
After one of the zones sets the alarm, the time window opens. If during this time the other zone
detects an alarm, the ON output activate until a manual reset.
"Cross Zoning" applies only to zones 3 and 4. To enable the Cross-Zone feature program 5 at
address 074.
Automatic reset applied in the cross-zone mode for zones 3 and 4, before the end of the alarm
cycle, if zones 3 and 4 return to normal. This enables "cross-zone" detection even if one of the
zones "swings".
Reset of the "cross-zone" alarm is done when Arming/Disarming or by holding down key ‘9’ in
disarmed mode.
Notes: Auto Arming or arming/disarming by remote PC will not reset the ON output (if ON was
activated during this time). "Cross-Zone" alarm not activated at Tamper alarm from zones 3 or 4.
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15. AV-2004/48 Programming Sheet Version 2.17 (including ‘M’ version)
Factory Default Program is as shown in table; Blank Square means no default program
c TELEPHONES
Tel. 1
010
SIGNAL & AUTO ARMING TEST TIME
Tel. 2
011
Tel. 3
012
Tel. 4
013
Time
Auto Arm Time
014
016
(00:01)
00:00
Test signal to central station. Codes defined at address:
072, 073, 237 & 255. Enter time in 24-hour format.
Tel. 1 is also ‘Follow Me’. Maximum 16 digits + 4 pauses each
Tel. Number. Tel. 2 and 3 are communicator option.
To insert * in the phone number; Program system to dial in DTMF, Hold-down keys # and * (as panic), ‘A’ will
be displayed. For Pause during dialing, hold-down key ‘0’.
Zones 5-8 are applicable with AV-2048
d ZONE FEATURES
Feature
Address
Fire zones
019
Zone In Use
020
Entry/Exit Delay 1
021
Entry/Exit Delay 2
022
Entry / Exit Follower
023
24-Hours Zone
024
Day Zone
025
Green Zone (one shot alarm)
026
Swinger Shut-Down
027
Chime
028
NO-EOL Resistor
029
Reserved
030
Delayed Power-Up
031
Fast or Very Slow Response
032
Group Bypass
033
1 Auto Bypass
034
Manual Bypass
035
Siren Out
036
Alarm 1 (A1) Out
037
Reserved
038
Reserved
039
Dial on Alarm
040
Sounder on Alarm
041
N.O. (normally open) zone
042
Panic Zone
045
1 Auto Bypass is applicable on Instant Zones only.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
2
1
2
3
4
1
1
2
2
3
4
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
8
8
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
Keypad Panic Alarm
050
Siren on Panic
1
Alarm 1 On Panic
2
Reserved
3
SLO On Panic
(4)
Telephone Report
(5)
Reserved
6
Values marked with ( ) are the factory default programming
Tamper Alarm
Tamper zone as 24H zone
A1 on Tamper
Reserved
Reserved
Tel. Line fail activates buzzer
Tel. Line fail activates siren
051
1
2
3
4
5
6
e TIME-OUTS
Zone
Response
Time
Entry
Delay 1
Entry
Delay 2
Exit
Delay
Siren
Time
ON
Siren
Time
OFF
Siren
Time
A1
Time
m. Sec
059
0
5
Sec's
060
1
2
Sec's x 4
061
0
0
Sec's x 4
062
0
8
Minutes
063
0
4
Sec's
064
1
5
Sec's
065
0
4
Sec's
066
3
0
Cross
Zone
Window
time
2 sec’s
067
6
0
Chime
Time
Abort
Delay
Beeps
068
0
3
Sec's
069
0
4
Note: Address 059 adjusts the response time of zones selected as ‘Fast Response’. Is Slow Response selected, the value in address
059 is multiplied by 4 and units are seconds, 63 is the maximum.
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f SYSTEM FEATURES – Values marked with ( ) are the factory default programming
Feature
Enable-Siren/Bell Test upon Arming
Enable-Keypad 3 Beeps upon Disarming
Enable-Buzzer upon Entry Delay
Enable-Keypad Tactile Beep
Disable-4 LEDs display during Armed
Enable-Battery Test upon Arming
Reserved
Enable-Keypad Panic
070
1
(2)
(3)
(4)
5
(6)
7
(8)
Feature
Enable-Erase F. Me number on Disarm
Enable-Instant Arming via Key 5
Enable-Buzzer during exit delay
Enable-Display Alarmed Zone during alarm
Enable-Manual Bypass via Code No .1
Reserved
Enable-Momentary Key-Switch
Enable-Code ‘8’ as one time code
071
(1)
2
3
4
5
6
(7)
8
Feature
Enable-Bell mode
Enable-Detailed alarm history
Enable-Report Opening/Closing
Enable-Test signal to central station
Enable-Report bypassed zones at Arming
Enable-Exit delay when delayed zones clear
Enable-’ON’ output as SVM trigger
Enable-codes reset to default by * & #
072
1
(2)
(3)
4
5
6
7
(8)
Feature
Enable-Display troubled zones w/o key 3
Enable-Test to central station each hour
Enable-Self contain Bell (0V at alarm) **
Reserved
Enable- Group Bypass when Arm with Key
Enable - 2 Siren Beeps at Key Disarming
Enable - A1 output time follows Siren time
Enable - Outputs (A1, ON) 0V at active
073
(1)
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Feature
074
Reserved
1
Reserved
2
Enable-Auto reset zone after alarm timeout
3
Reserved
4
Enable – Cross zones 3,4 activates ON out
5
Enable -Very Slow Response Zones
6
Enable – Bypass Answer Machine
7
Enable-Echo Cancellation Tone (AUSTEL)
8
** Self-contained Bell is operative if Bell mode selected
g DIAL PARAMETERS
Pre-Dial Wait Anti-Jam Dial tone Dial
Delay for Dial Delay detection Mode
Tone
Sec's
Sec's
Sec's
080
0 3
081
0 4
082
1 0
Tel.
Min.
Line
Ring
Test
Length
Intervals
Tel.
MSG
Time
InterCall
Delay
00=No 0=Pulses Sec's
01=Yes 1=DTMF
083
084
085
0 1 0 1 5 0
Sec's
086
2 0
Re-Dial Pulse
Pulse
Cycles MAKE BREAK
(max.)
XX
Cycle
087
0 3
Inter
Digit
Delay
5 mS
5 mS
50 mS
088
0 8
089
1 2
090
2 0
Rings Instant
qut'y for modem
modem answer
Tel.
Rings
091
1 0
00=No
01=Yes
092
0
1
Ring
Cycle
Width
100 mS
(1-25)
093
2
0
Rings
Time
Out
Hours 10 mS Seconds
(Max 24) (Max 20) (4 to 25)
094
095
096
0 0 1
5 0
6
Note address 091: The download is ENABLED by default. Setting 21 at address 091 disable modem (because 21 rings for modem not accepted by
telephone net). To ENABLE enter 01 to 20 at address 091. For Instant Modem Answer (Answer Now): Enter 01 in address 092, hold-down key 6
then hold-down key 1, ‘A’ displayed in confirmation. For special application, address 093 set the ring detector pulse width.
hSET USER CODES: Address 099 provides setting of user codes 1 to 8.
iSET FACTORY DEFAULT: In address 200 enter 6 9, program will revert to factory default programming
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jCOMMUNICATOR PARAMETERS
TELE
PHONE
Receiver
Reserved
Format
201
0
Frequency
203
0
1
Receiver
Handshake
No. 2
0
TELE
PHONE
Handshake
Format
202
No. 3
0
Reserved
0
Ð
00 - Dialer only (No Communicator)
01 - Ademco, Silent Knight Slow,
Scantronic
02 - Radionics Fast
03 - Sescoa, Vertex, DCI, Franklin
04 - Silent Knight Fast
05 - Radionics, DCI, Franklin Slow
06 - Universal High Speed
07 - Contact ID or Ademco High Speed *
Frequency
204
0
1
Ð
Data
Format
Protocol
Type
207
205
0
0
Data
Format
0
Protocol
Type
208
206
0
0
0
0
0
Sum
Check
(Parity)
209
0
0
Transmit
Inter MSG
Wait for
Rounds
211
0
0
Time
213
Handshake
215
2
0
Sum
Check
(Parity)
210
0
0
Transmit
Inter MSG
Wait for
Rounds
212
0
0
Time
214
Handshake
216
2
0
3
0
3
0
Ð
00=3 X 1
Ð
Ð
Ð
Ð
Ð
00=1400 Hz
00=Standard
00=None
00=2 Rnd
00=0.1 Sec
XX=Sec's
01=2300 Hz
01=4 X 1
01=Extend
01=S.Check
01=1 Rnd
30=3 Sec
02=Hi/Lo
Ademco
H.S.
SurGurd
Rec.
set 00 or 01
02=4 X 2
3 Sec's is
Default
03=3 X 2
00 - ‘No Communicator,’ is identical to ‘Dialer’ that generates sound upon alarm. * Contact ID and Ademco H.S. are available at panels version
2.06 or higher. ‘Rnd’ is shortening for ROUNDS. ‘S. Check’ is shorting for ‘Sum Check’. ‘Hz’ is shorting for ‘Hertz’ (frequency unit). When
Contact ID selected program only Group 1 Subscriber ID at address 360 and 364.
k REPORT SELECTION
For communicator codes A to F, enter the following: A=10, B=11, C=12, D=13, E=14, F=15. Note: entering 0 0 , is same as a blank.
Group 1
Group 2
2
2
Report on Alarm
105
3
4
3
4
1
1
2
2
Zone Restore
107
3
4
3
4
½VALUE
1
1
Report Bypassed Zones
109
2
3
4
2
3
4
½VALUE
1
1
½ZONE
½VALUE
½ZONE
Report on Alarm
106
AC LB PA
1
2
3
Control Panel Restore
108
AC LB PA
1
2
3
½ZONE
l ALARM, RESTORE, BYPASS ZONES, OPENING / CLOSING, SIGNAL TEST & FORCE OPENING CODES
Group 1
1
Alarm Codes - Single Codes
2
3
4
110 112 114 116
3
3
3
3
111 113 115 117
1
2
3
4
Alarm Codes - Extended or 2 Digits
Group 2
½Z O N E S
(Alarm Code for Fire = 1)
Alarm Codes - Single Codes
AC LB PA
126 128 130
F
F
2
½CODES¾
127 129 131
9
8
1
Alarm Codes - Extended or 2 Digits
½CODES¾
16
1
Restore Codes - Single Codes
2
3
4
142 144 146 148
E
E
E
E
143 145 147 149
1
2
3
4
Restore Codes - Extended or 2 Digits
½Z O N E S
Restore Codes - Single Codes
AC LB PA
½CODES¾
158 160 162
E
E
E
159 161 163
9
B A
Restore Codes - Extended or 2 Digits
½CODES¾
Bypassed Zones Codes - Single Codes
1
2
3
4
Reserved
½Z O N E S
174 176 178 180
8
8
8
8
½CODES¾
175 177 179 181
1
2
3
4
Bypassed Zones - Extended or 2 Digits
Closing (Arming) Codes-Single Digit
1
2
3
4
220 222 224 226
C C C C
½CODES¾
Opening (Disarming) Codes-Single Digit
Single Digit
Test ½ USER ¾ 1
2
3
4
Test
Force
Opening
236
238 240 242 244
254
256
A ½CODE¾ B B B B
D
221 223 225 227
237
239 241 243 245
255
1
2
3
4
9 ½CODE¾ 1
2
3
4
9
Closing Codes - Extended or 2 Digits
Opening Codes - Extended or 2 Digits
257
In order to disable reporting Closing/Opening change program at address 072; remove value ’3’.
When SIGNAL TEST is enabled, you can specify to report System Status (as default for Extended or 2 digits) by programming for example
‘A’ (Armed) at 236, and ‘D’ (Disarmed) at 254, ‘9’ is the test signal code. For System Status report, select extended or two digits format.
For programming End-User codes 1 to 8 (Arm/Disarm code) via installer programming mode, enter to address No. 099,
then program new codes by first entering the code index (1,2,3..).
For Force Opening Code (Ambush) the user should enter the Disarming code in reverse order.
cc TEL. 2 - SUBSCRIBER ID NUMBER
Note: For subscriber ID that contains a ‘0’ (zero), enter 10 in place of 0. ‘0’ will be displayed as ‘A.’ Do not enter 0 0.
Group 1
Group 2
Alarm / Restore ID Alarm / Restore ID Open. / Closing ID
260 261 262 263 268 269 270 271 276 277 278 279
To easily program the subscriber ID number, as a sequence of 4 digits use the EASY Program.
Even if your code is 3 digits only you must enter 4 digits, the 4th digit can be any digit and the system will disregard the 4th digit.
EASY Program
EASY Program
EASY Program
Alarm / Restore ID Alarm / Restore ID Open. / Closing ID
360
368
376
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TEL. 3 - SUBSCRIBER ID NUMBER
Group 1
Group 2
Alarm / Restore ID Alarm / Restore ID Open. / Closing ID
264 265 266 267 272 273 274 275 280 281 282 283
EASY Program
EASY Program
EASY Program
Alarm / Restore ID Alarm / Restore ID Open. / Closing ID
364
372
380
To easily program the subscriber ID number, as a sequence of 4 digits use the EASY Program.
Even if your code is 3 digits only you must enter 4 digits, the 4th digit can be any digit and the system will disregard the 4th digit.
Values beneath addresses are default programming.
1 Auto Bypass is applicable to Instant (Non-Delayed or Non-Follower) zones only.
16. ENTERING INSTALLER (ENGINEER) PROGRAMMING MODE
Easy Tip: You may program any address by entering the address then the value in sequence.
Power up by connecting AC power with or without battery.
8 (hold-down function).
1. Hold down keypad key
2. While the four LEDs are blinking, enter programming code (‘1 9 9 4’):
Program
Siren
1
Reset
9
Reset
9
Delay
Delete
4 .
3. If the code is valid, ‘P’ will be displayed. The two left LED's (Red & Green) blink to indicate
that system is waiting for a new programming address number.
4. Enter address to be programmed (see programming sheet). Current value of address will be
displayed, and LEDs will blink.
Note: Blinking of 2 left most LEDs, means system is waiting for new address to be entered;
Enter a 3 or 2-digit address (according to address length.)
Note: 3 blinking LEDs means system is waiting for new value to be entered;
Enter a 2-digit value, or as required.
EXAMPLE 1:
‘P’ is displayed and 2 left-most LEDs are blinking.
1. Program zones 1 and 4 as ‘Exit/Entry Delayed 1’(zone type).
2. Address 021 represents the ‘Exit/Entry Delayed 1’ zones.
2
1 ; current value of this address is ‘1’ (default program.)
3. Press Shunt 0 Shunt 0
Three LEDs will blink and a ‘1’ will be displayed (default program).
2
1 then the new
4. To enter new required value press the address number Shunt 0
4 in uninterrupted sequence; ‘U’ confirms
1
required value (‘1’ and ‘4’) by pressing
programming updating.
6. ‘P’ is displayed, 2 left-most LEDs are blinking.
Shunt
Display
Siren
Shunt
Display
Siren
18
Delay
Delete
Siren
EXAMPLE 2:
1. To program zone 4 as 24H zone (in default program, this is an Instant Zone).
2. Address 024 represents the 24H zones
4 ; current value of the address is ‘-’ (‘-’ means blank - no 24H zone is
2
3. Press Shunt 0
programmed). Three LEDs will blink and an ‘-’ will be displayed (default program).
4 then enter new
2
4. To enter new required value press the address number Shunt 0
4 (zone 4).
value ‘8,’ by pressing
‘U’ confirms programming updating.
5. ‘P’ is displayed; two left-most LEDs are blinking.
Shunt
Display
Delay
Delete
Shunt
Display
Delay
Delete
Delay
Delete
Note: To delete a programmed feature, enter ‘0’ at feature’s address
EXAMPLE 3:
1. To program zone 1 to 4 as “Fast Response Zone”.
2. Address 032 represents “Fast Response Zone”.
Shunt
3 Display 2 ; current value of the address is blank;
3. Press Shunt 0
three LEDs will blink and ‘-’ will be displayed (- means blank; no Fast Response Zone is default
program).
Shunt
3 Display 2 then enter new
4. To Enter new required value press the address number Shunt 0
4 .
1
2
3
value 1 2 3 4 by pressing
‘U’ confirms programming updating.
5. ‘P’ is displayed, two left-most LEDs are blinking.
Status
Status
Siren
Shunt
Display
Status
Delay
Delete
16. RESET SYSTEM TO DEFAULT PROGRAMMING
Warning! This function erases all codes and system programming settings.
1. Enter program mode.
2. Go to address 200 and enter ‘6’ and ‘9’. Display will show E P R, and system will revert to
factory default program. Code No. 1 is 1 2 3 4; programming code will be 1 9 9 4.
Quitting and Updating new Programming via AV-701 Keypad
9 .
Upon programming completion, hold down key
Wait for a long beep, and then release the key.
When ‘P’ is no longer displayed, the system has reverted to Disarmed mode.
Reset
Note: The system disregards erroneous or conflicting programming features upon quitting
program mode. For example: Programming the same zone as 24H type and delayed zone,
considered as 24H zone.
Reset System to Default Codes
This feature is enabled by default, to disable remove the 8 in address 072.
#
* Keypad Panic
By holding-down keys
during power-on (by applying AC and Battery), after
nd
2 beep release keys, ‘U’ will be display 3 times in confirmation.
User code No. 1 (1234) and programming code (1994) will reset to default.
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17. REMOTE UP AND DOWNLOAD (Available with AV-2004M/2048M)
EasyLoad Introduction
The remote up and download feature enables fast and simple programming of EasyLoader panels.
Programming tables, codes and other features may be up & downloaded from an on-site PC (DOS
Mode) via telephone using Modem and ‘EasyLoad’ software, which is supplied separately on a
diskette. The control panel contains a full-duplex modem that conforms to BELL 103 standard.
Installing EasyLoad on your Computer
Insert the EasyLoad diskette in floppy drive A (or B) and type ‘A:’ at the prompter ‘A:>, type
‘AVGAD’. The installation program will guide you, and will install EasyLoad automatically by
making a new directory called AVGAD, or one of your choices. The README 1st file supplied
with EasyLoad will help you operate the up and download program.
To start your EasyLoad: At the prompter ‘C:\AVGAD’ type ‘ESAV’, you will be notified that
some files are missing (the database). Answer ‘Yes’ to create them.
The main EasyLoad menu contains seven selectable fields, to enter main menus use the arrows
(right part of computer keypad) or by entering the field number. Using a mouse is highly
recommended.
The control panel modem is set by default to answer the PC after 10 rings - see address 091,
change address 091 to or higher (21 to 99 rings) in order to disable panel modem. Hold
down key 6 then hold-down key 1 for ‘Answer Now’ mode.
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Step 1: Configuring your Modem
First, verify that your modem is Bell 103 and DOS compatible, refer to manufacture data sheet.
Configure your modem port using the SET-UP entry from the main menu (field 7). Specify the
COM PORT, on which your modem is installed, making sure your mouse is not on the same
COM PORT. Do not use COM1 and COM3 or COM2 and COM4 simultaneously. If you cannot
initialize modem, use the Auto Detect option.
The Keyboard can also be used, e.g. Move from field to field using arrows (when possible), the
TAB key (forward), shift + TAB (backward), ALT key + highlighted letter. Confirm input in text
fields by hitting the ENTER (return) key. In order to select the required field; hit the highlighted
digit or letter.
New feature from version 2.17 and upper:
Bypass Answering Machine. To enable: program 7 at 074. The panel will answer at the first ring
after a pause of 10 seconds and three rings.
Full instructions and latest features are enclosed in the EasyLoad software diskette.
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+
+
C10
VA3
VA4
+
D28
+12V -V
VA7
D14D21
R84 R81
R99
R80
ON A1
U11
R33
+
VA8
-R11
K3
Q3
DIAL
R94
C21
D17
U17
1
LD1 R28
+
R34
C64
9
5
8
0
7
*
9 • Remote Arming: Use spring-return lock type; run wires of 20 meters
maximum, or use wireless remote device to Arm/Disarm System
type 12V – 7.2 AH
#
6
2
4
3
PHONES
TEL-LINE
1
To Aux. Power
YE OR
VA6
D2
R16
R12
J1
R53
D40
4 • Battery: Electronic Fuse protected. Recommended Battery: Sealed Lead Acid
AV-GAD
Yellow
U4
U7
+
+ R93
C31
J2
R90
R95
8 • EOL Resistors: To disable E.O.L. resistors, refer to programming sheet
R82
C37
U5
R72
U15
C69
C33
R71
++
Q31
R13
AV-864
7• Tel. Line: Dialing is applicable for DTMF and Pulse telephone systems
-V
D13
R48
Y1
C60
C32
U8
Q32
R97
R91
R89
R92
using 2-2.5 m2 wire, as short length as possible, and no longer than 4 meters.
3 • Fuses: Fuses are automatic type. When overloaded wait 2-3 min. w/o load
4
R9
U12
R96
D32
ratings. For self contain bells program 3 in address 073
3
D26
R60
R36
C61
C68
F10
2 • Grounding: Connect Ground from the board to Cold Water pipe (ground),
2
U13
D25
U14
RF3 D18
D20
C23
U1
C3
C18
R85
D33
1.25A
SIREN FUSE
C22
++
6 • Sirens: Connect horn-type siren (speaker). If using Bell adhere to maximum
1
D24
R6
Q6
C12
Q4
C17
C15
D16
R42
R25
R7
R5
R8
R62
Q7
D10D15
R44
D8
D23
RF4 D19
FA1
C13
VA12
C19
R41
VA11
D34
Cold water pipe
ground
Aux. Power
Remote
Key
AC
AC16V
F1
Q5
R43
+
D9 C16
Make sure main power is fused and not connected to an automatic switch
220V
-SIR
+SIR
TT2
+BATT-
5 • Keypad: Connect maximum of two AV-701 or four AV-702 keypads
Main
AV-GAD
Battery
Auxiliary Power Output
Regulated 13.8V. Observe
maximum current-0.8A, combined
keypad and Aux.
1 • Transformer: Connect step-down transformer to a non-switched main outlet
To prevent electrical
shock, disengage the
System and
disconnect the
telephone line before
servicing this unit.
WARNING:
AV-2004 and AV-2048 Wiring Diagram
WIRING DIAGRAM
Addendum: Technical Specifications AV-2004 and AV-2048
Operating Temperature
Relative Humidity
Input AC Power
Dynamic Inner Memory
Auxiliary Power Output
-10°C to 60°C
80% maximum
16V AC Step-Down Transformer 1.2A
EEprom
13.8 Volts +/- 5%, Regulated
Short & Overload circuit protection
Siren Output
Siren or Bell Selectable
Bell Mode: 13.6V DC - 0.5A
Siren: 8 Ohms, 15W
Dialer: Programmable 3 telephone numbers Pulse Dialing parameters programmable
& 1 Follow Me telephone number (4 phone DTMF: Touch Tone dialing 
numbers).
Max. Telephone number length: 16 digits
Multi-format central-station communicator
and 4 pauses.
Remote Indications on Wire Terminal
Open Collector type output
200mA Max. @ 12V DC
Zone Loop Voltage
12V VDC or 6V with EOL resistor
Zone Loop Current
5 mA with End-Of-Line Resistor
EOL Zone Loop Resistor (starting V.209)
2,200 Ohms, 0.25W, +/- 5%
Auxiliary Power (Max.)
13.6V DC 0.5A Combined AUX Power
and Keypad outputs.
Battery Charging Current (Max.)
550 mA, current limited
Battery Test: Indication at keypad or remote Performed at 0.5A load for 1 second.
indication via communicator
Low Battery indication below 9.5V
Tested upon Arming and every 60 minutes
during Armed and Disarmed
Standby Power Consumption at Disarmed
90 mA, +/- 10 %
mode, and Keypad display is Off
Maximum Remote Station (Keypads)
Three Keypads AV-701T or AV-701TI
Five Keypads AV-702
Remote Station Current Consumption
AV-701T: 27mA. AV-701TI: 36mA
Housing Dimensions
(H) 30, (D) 9, (W) 23 cm
System Housing
Anodized, lockable metal box
Epoxy anti-static powder painted
Gross Shipping Weight
2.2 kg. 6 PCs per box
Fuses: Electronic Fuse
Auxiliary Power: 1.2A
Sirens: 1.2A
Backup Battery Fuse: 2.5A
This product is subject to continual enhancement and therefore
specifications may be changed or altered without prior notice
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AV-GAD LIMITED WARRANTY
Av-Gad Systems Ltd. (Av-Gad) warrants its products to be free from production defects in components,
materials used and labor for twelve months following the date of production. Av-Gad will within the
mentioned period, as its option, repair or replace any product failing to proper operation without charging
the purchaser.
This warranty shall not apply to any equipment, or any part thereof, which has
been repaired by others, installed not proper, used improper, abused, altered
damaged or subjected to forces of nature or on which the serial and data code
is altered or removed.
Av-Gad will not be responsible for any dismantling or reinstallation expenses.
In order to exercise the warranty, the product must be returned by the
purchaser, delivery and transportation costs will be prepaid and insured to AvGad.
After repair or replacement, Av-Gad assumes the cost of returning products
under warranty.
There are no warranties, expressed or implied, which extend beyond the
description of the face hereof.
There is no express or implied warranty of merchantability or a warranty of
fitness for particular purpose. Additionally, this warranty is in lieu of all other
obligations or liabilities on the part of Av-Gad.
Any action for breach of warranty, including but not limited to any implied
warranty of merchantability, must be brought within three months following
the end of the warranty period. In no case shall Av-Gad be liable to anyone for
any consequential or incidental damages for breach of this or any other
warranty, expressed or implied, even if the loss or damage is caused by the
seller’s own negligence or fault.
Av-Gad is not an insurer of either the property or safety of the user’s employees, family, or 3rd part and
limits its liability for any loss or damage including incidental or consequential damages to Av-Gad
original selling price of the product regardless of the cause of such a loss or damage.
Av-Gad hereby declares that service, technical support and spare parts will be supplied for 60 months
following the date of production. Price list for such services will be updated from time to time.
 All rights reserved to Av-Gad Systems Ltd. January 2003. 2K4_EXP_217_2.doc. Item 4718_2004
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