PROGRAMMING Alarm Control Panels SATEL sp. z o.o.

PROGRAMMING Alarm Control Panels SATEL sp. z o.o.
Firmware Version 1.14
Alarm Control Panels
PROGRAMMING
SATEL sp. z o.o.
ul. Budowlanych 66
80-298 Gdańsk
POLAND
tel. + 48 58 320 94 00
www.satel.eu
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Before you start programming, please read carefully this manual in order to avoid mistakes
that can lead to malfunction or even damage to the equipment.
SATEL's goal is to continually upgrade the quality of its products, which may result in
alterations of their technical specifications and firmware. The current information on
the introduced modifications is available on our website.
Please visit us at:
http://www.satel.eu
The declaration of conformity may be consulted at www.satel.eu/ce
Service code: 12345
The following symbols may be used in this manual:
- note;
- caution.
Changes made to the firmware version 1.14
Communication
If ETHM-1 Plus module is connected to the control panel, you can
establish connection with the control panel via SATEL server (DLOADX
and GUARDX programs, INTEGRA CONTROL mobile application).
Zones
New zone types:
95. ENTRY INTERIOR
96. FIRE MONITORING
Keypads
Support for new keypad: INT-TSH.
In the case of keypads with new firmware, audible signaling of entry
delay depends on SHOW ENTRY DELAY OF PARTITIONS parameter.
In the case of keypads with new firmware, audible signaling of exit delay
depends on SHOW EXIT DELAY OF PARTITIONS parameter.
Reporting
New SIA-IP format parameter: SIA-IP ACCT.
User functions
One zone testing option.
Control panel
clock
If the control panel synchronizes the clock with time server, automatic
synchronization occurs additionally after restart of the control panel.
ACCO NET
system
integration
IDENTIFIER.
New parameter related to integration with ACCO NET system: ACCO
2
Programming
SATEL
CONTENTS
1.
2.
General .............................................................................................................................5
Configuring the control panel with keypad ........................................................................5
2.1
Starting the service mode ..........................................................................................5
2.2
Starting the service mode “from pins” ........................................................................6
2.3
Hiding the service mode ............................................................................................6
2.4
Exiting the service mode............................................................................................6
2.5
Service mode menu...................................................................................................7
2.6
Entering data by means of the keypad ....................................................................23
2.6.1
2.6.2
2.6.3
2.6.4
2.6.5
3.
Selection from the single-choice list............................................................................. 24
Selection from the multiple-choice list.......................................................................... 24
Entering decimal and hexadecimal values................................................................... 24
Programming telephone numbers................................................................................ 24
Entering names ............................................................................................................ 25
Configuring the control panel with DLOADX program.....................................................26
3.1
Main menu of DLOADX program .............................................................................26
3.1.1
3.2
Parameters related to communication between the control panel and DLOADX
program...................................................................................................................28
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.2.4
3.3
Communication identifiers............................................................................................ 28
Modem communication parameters............................................................................. 28
Ethernet communication parameters ........................................................................... 30
GPRS communication parameters............................................................................... 31
Local programming ..................................................................................................31
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.4
Buttons ......................................................................................................................... 26
Starting local programming .......................................................................................... 31
Starting local programming “from pins” ........................................................................ 32
Finishing local programming ........................................................................................ 32
Remote programming ..............................................................................................32
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
Starting remote programming via modem.................................................................... 32
Starting remote programming via Ethernet network..................................................... 36
Starting remote GPRS programming ........................................................................... 38
3.5
Control panel data file..............................................................................................40
4. System structure .............................................................................................................40
4.1
Objects ....................................................................................................................41
4.2
Partitions..................................................................................................................41
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.3
Zones.......................................................................................................................45
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
4.3.6
4.3.7
4.3.8
4.3.9
4.3.10
5.
Creating partitions ........................................................................................................ 41
Programming partitions ................................................................................................ 41
Partition parameters..................................................................................................... 42
Assigning zones to a partition ...................................................................................... 45
Programming the EOL resistor values ......................................................................... 45
Programming the zones ............................................................................................... 46
Zone parameters.......................................................................................................... 46
Zone types ................................................................................................................... 48
Zone options ................................................................................................................ 51
Counters ...................................................................................................................... 54
Bypasses ..................................................................................................................... 54
Groups of partitions...................................................................................................... 54
Zone testing ................................................................................................................. 54
Outputs ...........................................................................................................................55
5.1
Output parameters...................................................................................................55
5.2
Output functions.......................................................................................................55
SATEL
INTEGRA
3
5.3
Options .................................................................................................................... 61
5.4
Output triggering...................................................................................................... 61
5.5
Clearing alarm in partitions ...................................................................................... 62
5.6
Output disabling....................................................................................................... 62
5.7
Output groups.......................................................................................................... 62
5.8
Output state indicating............................................................................................. 63
5.9
Logical functions of outputs ..................................................................................... 63
5.10 Output testing .......................................................................................................... 63
6. System options ............................................................................................................... 64
6.1
Telephone options ................................................................................................... 64
6.2
Printer options ......................................................................................................... 65
6.2.1
6.2.2
Printout options ............................................................................................................ 65
Printout contents .......................................................................................................... 66
6.3
Other options ........................................................................................................... 66
6.4
Arming options......................................................................................................... 68
6.5
Times....................................................................................................................... 69
6.6
Service options and parameters .............................................................................. 70
6.7
Other parameters .................................................................................................... 70
6.8
Default user's authority level.................................................................................... 71
7. GSM phone only INTEGRA 128-WRL ............................................................................ 71
7.1
GSM phone parameters and options....................................................................... 71
8. Programming the keypads.............................................................................................. 72
8.1
Keypad parameters and options.............................................................................. 72
8.1.1
8.1.2
8.1.3
8.1.4
8.1.5
9.
Keypad ......................................................................................................................... 73
Volume/filter ................................................................................................................. 76
State inspections .......................................................................................................... 76
User functions definition ............................................................................................... 77
Proximity cards ............................................................................................................. 78
ABAX system – INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel mainboard ...................................... 78
9.1
Parameters and options of ABAX system................................................................ 79
9.2
Parameters and options of wireless devices ........................................................... 79
9.2.1
9.2.2
9.3
Configuring the wireless devices – DLOADX program................................................. 81
Configuring the wireless devices – LCD keypad .......................................................... 82
Specific character of the operation of wireless devices ........................................... 82
9.3.1
9.3.2
9.3.3
9.3.4
Wireless detectors ........................................................................................................ 82
Wireless sirens ............................................................................................................. 83
Wireless expanders of hardwired zones and outputs................................................... 83
230 V AC wireless controllers ...................................................................................... 84
10. Timers............................................................................................................................. 84
10.1 Programming the timers .......................................................................................... 84
10.2 Timer parameters .................................................................................................... 85
11. User schedules ............................................................................................................... 85
12. Reporting ........................................................................................................................ 85
12.1 Reporting parameters and options .......................................................................... 86
12.1.1
12.1.2
12.1.3
12.1.4
12.1.5
Selection of the monitoring station ............................................................................... 86
Advanced options ......................................................................................................... 87
Monitoring station 1 / Monitoring station 2.................................................................... 88
SIA-IP ........................................................................................................................... 89
Identifiers assignment .................................................................................................. 90
4
Programming
12.1.6
12.1.7
12.1.8
12.2
SATEL
Event codes ................................................................................................................. 90
Test transmissions ....................................................................................................... 90
SMS reporting only INTEGRA 128-WRL ..................................................................... 90
Starting the reporting ...............................................................................................91
12.2.1
12.2.2
12.2.3
12.2.4
Telephone reporting ..................................................................................................... 91
Reporting via Ethernet network.................................................................................... 91
GPRS reporting............................................................................................................ 92
SMS reporting only INTEGRA 128-WRL ..................................................................... 93
13. Messaging ......................................................................................................................93
13.1 Messaging parameters and options.........................................................................93
13.1.1
13.1.2
13.1.3
13.1.4
13.1.5
Telephone numbers ..................................................................................................... 94
Events assignment....................................................................................................... 94
Clearing........................................................................................................................ 94
Pager messages / SMS ............................................................................................... 95
Pager type.................................................................................................................... 95
13.2 Starting the voice messaging...................................................................................95
14. Answering phone calls and remote control .....................................................................95
14.1 Telephone answering and control parameters and options .....................................96
14.1.1
Users and remote switches.......................................................................................... 96
14.2 Activation of the phone calls answering...................................................................96
14.3 Activation of the remote control ...............................................................................97
15. SMS control only INTEGRA 128-WRL............................................................................97
15.1 Parameters and options of SMS control ..................................................................97
16. Control panel firmware update........................................................................................99
17. Manual update history...................................................................................................100
SATEL
INTEGRA
5
1. General
This manual applies to the control panels of the INTEGRA series:
– INTEGRA 24
– INTEGRA 32
– INTEGRA 64
– INTEGRA 128
– INTEGRA 128-WRL
The control panel may be programmed:
 locally
– LCD keypad,
– computer with the DLOADX program installed, connected to the control panel RS-232
port,
 remotely
– computer with the DLOADX program installed, communicating via the telephone
network (e.g. through modem or GPRS) or via the Ethernet network. Modem
communication can take place via the built-in control panel modem or an external
modem connected to the control panel. GPRS communication is possible in case of
INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel or after connecting the SATEL GSM module to the
control panel. Communication over Ethernet is possible after connecting the ETHM-1
Plus / ETHM-1 Ethernet module to the control panel.
– virtual keypad available in the internet browser, mobile phone or smartphone.
Programming the control panel is possible when:
– the PERMANENT SERVICE ACCESS option is enabled (the option is enabled by default – the
control panel can be programmed by any method),
– the PERMANENT DLOADX ACCESS option is enabled (the option is enabled by default –
the control panel can only be programmed by means of the DLOADX program),
– the installer has been granted a temporary access to the control panel using the
SERVICE ACCESS function (the control panel can be programmed by any method).
The standards require that the administrators (masters) limit the installer access after
installation is finished.
2. Configuring the control panel with keypad
Programming the control panel with keypad (real or virtual) should be carried out using the
service functions, available in the service mode menu. Some features may not be available in
the virtual keypads.
2.1
Starting the service mode
1. Enter the service code (by default 12345) and press the
key.
2. Using the  or  key, select the item SERVICE MODE from the list and press the
or 
key.
You can also start the service mode using the key shortcut:
[service code] 9
The service mode is indicated in the keypads by lighting of the
LED. It can also be
signaled by beeps if the appropriate option is enabled.
6
Programming
In the service mode, only alarms from the 24H VIBRATION, 24H CASH
AUDIBLE and PANIC-SILENT type zones are possible.
2.2
SATEL
MACHINE,
PANIC-
Starting the service mode “from pins”
When entering the service mode in the normal way is not possible (the control panel does not
support LCD keypads, does not accept the service code, etc.), you can use the emergency
procedure, so-called, starting “from pins”.
1. Turn off the control panel power supply (first disconnect the AC power, and then the
battery).
2. Put a jumper on the RESET pins located on the control panel mainboard.
3. Turn on the control panel power supply (first connect the battery and then the AC power).
In INTEGRA 24, INTEGRA 32, INTEGRA 64 and INTEGRA 128 control panels, the
DIALER LED will start blinking.
4. Wait about 10 seconds (in INTEGRA 24, INTEGRA 32, INTEGRA 64 and INTEGRA 128
control panels, the DIALER LED will go off) and remove the jumper from the pins. The
control panel will enter the service mode. The service mode menu will be displayed on the
LCD keypad with the lowest address.
The service mode will not start if:
 the computer with running DLOADX program is connected to the RS-232 port,
 the DISABLE SERVICE MODE option is enabled – in such a case a prompt will appear
on the display, whether you want to delete all the control panel data. Pressing the
key number 1 will restore the factory settings and then will start the service mode.
The service mode can be started “from pins” even if the installer does not have access
(the administrator has disabled the PERMANENT SERVICE ACCESS and has not
programmed the service access time). If this is the case, the installer can get access
to the MASTERS function by entering the service code, confirmed by pressing the
key, within about 20 seconds after ending the service mode started “from pins”.
2.3
Hiding the service mode
The installer can hide the service mode using the HIDE SM NOW function (SM SETTINGS HIDE
SM NOW). The control panel will remain in the service mode, but the service mode menu will
not be displayed. This function can be useful, if e.g. the installer has to leave the keypad, but
does not want unauthorized persons to have access in the meantime to the service menu. To
get access to the service mode menu, you must proceed in the same way as when entering
the service mode.
The service mode can be hidden automatically after a specified period of time has elapsed
since the last operation was performed on the keypad (see description of the HIDE SERVICE
MODE AFTER parameter p. 70).
2.4
Exiting the service mode
To exit the service mode you can use the SERVICE END function.
After exiting the service mode, the control panel verifies whether the data in RAM memory
have changed in relation to the data stored in non-volatile FLASH memory. When the data in
RAM have been changed, a prompt will be displayed asking whether the new settings are to
be saved to FLASH memory. Pressing the key with number 1 will save a copy of the settings
to FLASH memory. By saving a copy of the settings to the FLASH memory, the control panel
will be able to restore them from a backup copy if an error is detected in the data stored in
the RAM memory.
SATEL
2.5
INTEGRA
7
Service mode menu
Functions relating to INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel only are highlighted by white
font on black background.
Service end
SM settings
Service code
INTEGRA ident.
DLOADX ident.
GUARDX ident.
Ident. ACCO-NET
DLOADX tel. No
GUARDX tel. No
Block SM
Block DWNL
SM sounds
Hide SM now
Hide SM after
Structure
System
Objects
Edit object
New object
Delete object
Partitions
Settings
[select partition by name]
Type
Dep. partitions
Timers 1..32
Timers 33..64
Options
2 cds to arm
2 cds to d-arm
Codes on 2 arm
1st code 60s
Timer priority
Fin. exit time
Infin.ex.time
Def.block time
Al.-can disarm
Exit delay
Auto-arm delay
Al. verify time
Bell on 2nd
Guard – armed
Guard – disarm.
Time for guard.
C. mach. blk.del. / Disarm delay
C. mach. blk. time / Arm delay
Zones
Name
Names
8
Programming
[select partition by number]
Hardware
LCD keypads
Settings
[select device by name – see: p. 17]
Names
[select device by type and address]
DTM short
Tmp.alw.ld.DTM
Expanders
Settings
ABAX - INTEGRA
Tamper in part.
Response period
High jam sens.
New device
Use ARU-100
Active mode
Configuration
Filter
Remove device
Synchronization
Test mode on
Test mode off
[select device by name – see: p. 19]
ABAX confirmat.
INT-IT-wt.2cd.
Rem. RX key fobs
Copy RX keyfobs
Rem. ABAX kfobs
Copy ABAX kfobs
Names
[select device by type and address]
DT1 short
Tmp.alw.ld.DT1
DT2 short
Tmp.alw.ld.DT2
Identification
LCD keypads id.
Expanders id.
Keypads addr.
EOL R1 resistor
EOL R2 resistor
GSM
Use GSM phone
PIN code
PUK code
Modem format
SMS centre
SMS DLOADX
SMS GUARDX
Autorestart[h]
GPRS
SATEL
SATEL
INTEGRA
APN
User
Passwd
DNS
Addr. D
Addr. G
Port D
Port G
GSM band
Audio
Options
Tel. options.
Mon. TELEPHONE
Mon.GPRS
Mon.SMS
Mon. ETHM-1
Messaging
SMS messaging
Modem answer.
Ext.mod.answ.
Voice answer.
Remote control
Tone dialing
Groud start
No dialton.tst
No answer test
Dbl. voice msg.
Double call
External modem
ISDN/GSM modem
Pulse 1/1.5
Printer options
Printing
Monitor. status
Names/descript
Wide paper
2400bps
CR+LF
Parity bit
Parity EVEN
Zone alarms
Part/mod. al.
Arming/disarm.
Bypasses
Access control
Troubles
User functions
System events
Active rights
Various options
Grade2
Simple codes
Notify of code
9
10
Programming
Confirm with 1
Autoabort msg.
SM -> menu
Tests -> menu
No AC-no blght
Fast exp. bus
No rest. mon.
Inf. aft. tamper
Arm, view viol
Arm, warn.trb.
Blk aft.w.code
Troubl. memory
Hide alarms
Events limit.
View clear.al.
L.no ABAX=tamp
No shortcuts
Do not arm
If verif. al.
If tamper
If monit. trbl.
If batt. trbl.
If outs. trbl.
If other trbl.
Times
Global entry delay
Global alarm time
Suppr.arm status after
AC loss report delay
Tel. loss report delay
Def.block time
Rings to answer
Min.code length
Prefix length
Clock adjustm.
Daylight saving
Summer time
Winter time
Time server
No t.serv.trbl
Time zone
No SMTP trbl.
PING test
PING
PING period
PING tries
Integrate key
Zones
Details
[select zone by name]
EOL
Sensitivity [x20ms] / Pulses time / Sensitiv. [ms] / Output
Pulses count
SATEL
SATEL
INTEGRA
11
Type
Entry delay / Alarm delay / Surveillan. time / Signal. delay / Bypass time /
Expander number / Arming mode / Group / Exit time / Outputs group
Max.viol.time / Max.opening t.
Max.n-viol.time
No viol [min]
Partition
Power up delay
Priority / Disrm.on viol.
Chime in exp. / No al. in kpds.
Video, disarmed
Video, armed
Bypass disabl.
Bypass no exit
Bell delay / Alarm if armed / Clear alarm / Restore=disarm / Alarm / Arm
2,3=delay
Auto-reset 3
Auto-reset 1
Auto-rst. clr
Pre-alarm / Attend verif. / No restore ev.
Abort delay / Part. tmp. block / No viol.monit. / Arm-inactive / Disarmd-monit.
Rest.after bell
Rest.aft.dis.
Al.on exit end / Log events / No bp. if armed / Abort voice m.
Al.aft.unbps. / Event in arm
Tamp. alw. loud
Monitor. delay / Chk. if can arm / Restore=bps.v. / Bypass verif.
Name
Parameters
Partition
EOL
Sensit. [x20ms]
Type
Entry delay
Max.violat.time
Max.no-viol.t.
Zone options
[select option]
Counters
[n – counter number]
Counter n
Max. value
Counting time
Omit recurs
Bypasses
Group n
[n – number of bypassed group of zones]
Zones
Bypass on/off
Test
SIGNAL. OUTPUT
[select zone]
Names
[select zone by number]
Outputs
12
Programming
SATEL
Details
[select output by name]
Function
Cut-off time
Polarization +
Pulsating
Latch
Timers control
Timers 9..16 / Timers 17..28 / Timers 33..64
Arm - no ctrl.
Off-delay tmr.
Zones / Timers / Expanders / Outputs / Users / Doors / Voice mess. / Tel.
switches (triggering)
LCD keypads / Master users / Arm mode sel. / Dialing mode (triggering)
Partitions / Burg.tst.part. (triggering)
Fire.tst.part. (triggering)
Output
Timers
Bypass. timers
Clear in parts.
Troubles
PING trouble
No LAN cable
Name
Parameters
Function
Cut-off time
Options
[select option]
Test
Names
[select output by number]
Outputs groups
[n – number of group of outputs]
Group n outputs
Group n name
[n – number of group of outputs]
Outs state by
Timers
Times
[select timer by name]
Names
[select timer by number]
User schedules
Settings
[select schedule by name]
Names
[select schedule by number]
Monitoring
Mon. TELEPHONE
Mon. GPRS
Mon.SMS
Mon. ETHM-1
Dont rep. rsts.
Stations
SATEL
INTEGRA
Advanced
Long hsk.s1t1
Long hsk.s1t2
Long hsk.s2t1
Long hsk.s2t2
Long hsk. wait.
Need ack.id.s1
Id. 6-chars s1
Source name s1
Partit.name s1
SIA evr.bl.s1A / TELIM 0ton s1A
SIA evr.bl.s1B / TELIM 0ton s1B
Need ack.id.s2
Id. 6-chars s2
Source name s2
Partit.name s2
SIA evr.bl.s2A / TELIM 0ton s2A
SIA evr.bl.s2B / TELIM 0ton s2B
National chars
Station 1
Tel. 1 number
Tel. 2 number
Tel. 1 format
Tel. 2 format
IP address
Port
Key (MS)
Key (GPRS)
Key (ETHM)
UDP
SIA-IP
SIA-IP acct
MAC
Coded
Key (SIA-IP)
KeyHEX (SIA-IP)
Timestamp
SIA-IP test
Tel.num.for SMS
SMS format
Repetition cnt.
Suspension time
TELIM/SIA prefix
Identifier n
[n – identifier number]
Identifier sys.
Event assign.
Station 2
Tel. 1 number
Tel. 2 number
Tel. 1 format
Tel. 2 format
IP address
Port
13
14
Programming
Key (MS)
Key (GPRS)
Key (ETHM)
UDP
SIA-IP
SIA-IP acct
MAC
Coded
Key (SIA-IP)
KeyHEX (SIA-IP)
Timestamp
SIA-IP test
Tel.num.for SMS
SMS format
Repetition cnt.
Suspension time
TELIM/SIA prefix
[n – identifier number]
Identifier n
Identifier sys.
Event assign.
Id. assignment
Partitions
[select partition]
Zones
[select zone]
LCD keypads
[select keypad]
Expanders
[select expander]
TELIM codes
Event codes
Identifier n
[n – identifier number]
Zones
[select zone]
Partitions
[select partition]
LCD keypads
[select keypad]
Expanders
[select expander]
Identifier sys.
Troubles
Troubles rst.
Other
Test at
Test MS1 every
Test MS2 every
Independ.test
Messaging
Messaging
Dbl.voice msg.
Repetition cnt.
Tel. names
SATEL
SATEL
[select telephone by number]
Tel. settings
[select telephone by name]
Tel. number
Type
Rounds count
Fwd.unknwn.SMS
Any code
Code
Assignment
Zone alarms
Synthesizer
Pager message
Telephones
Zone tampers
Synthesizer
Pager message
Telephones
Panic alarms
Synthesizer
Pager message
Telephones
Fire alarms
Synthesizer
Pager message
Telephones
Medical alarms
Synthesizer
Pager message
Telephones
Duress alarms
Synthesizer
Pager message
Telephones
Tampers
Synthesizer
Pager message
Telephones
AC (230V) loss
Synthesizer
Pager message
Telephones
AC (230V) rest.
Synthesizer
Pager message
Telephones
Outputs
Synthesizer
Pager message
Telephones
Arming failed
Synthesizer
Pager message
INTEGRA
15
16
Programming
Telephones
Messages
[select message]
Pager types
[select pager]
Msg.abort in P.
[select telephone by name]
Msg.abort on T.
[select telephone by name]
Tel.answ./ctrl.
Voice answer.
Double call
Rings count
On armed part.
Remote control
Users (all)
[select user from the list of all users]
Users (t.code)
[select user from the list of users with telephone code]
SMS control
[n – number of SMS message]
SMS -> z.viol.
SMS n
SMS n – zones
SMS -> function
SMS n
SMS n – fun.
SMS n – part.
SMS n – zones
SMS n – outs.
SMS n – name
SMS check state
Partitions list
SMS USSD codes
Authorized tel.
Service phone
Tel.cod.in SMS
Case sensitive
Confirm by SMS
SMS control
Note
Text
Valid
From
For
Who can erase
System status
Partitions
Zones
Troubles
Supply voltage
Radio devices
ST prog.version
GSM IMEI/v/sig.
SATEL
SATEL
INTEGRA
IP/MAC ETHM-1
Modules version
Restarts
Clear all
Clear settings
Clear codes
Settings<-FLASH
STARTER
Devices connected to the keypad bus
[service code]
9 Structure Hardware LCD keypads Settings
INT-KLCD / INT-KLCDR / INT-KLCDK / INT-KLCDL / INT-KLCDS / INT-KLFR / INT-KSG
Partitions
Alarms
Fire alarms
Chime zones
Chime bps. zone
Chime bps. time
Quickarm part.
Fin.exit time
Entry time p.
Exit time p.
DateTime format
Name (2nd row)
LCD backlight
Keys backlight
Auto backlight
Alarm messages
Part. al.mess.
Zone al.mess.
Code + card
Alarms
Fire alarm
Medical alarm
Panic alarm
Silent panic
3 wrong codes
Options
Entry time s.
Exit time sig.
Alarm signal.
New trbl.sign.
Key sounds
Trbl.in p.arm.
Zone violation
Auto-arm delay
Unkn. card sig.
Ev.3 unk. cards
Al.3 unk. cards
Dspl. mode chg.
Show code ent.
Show disarming
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18
Show arm
Control (8#)
RS communicat.
Sound volume
Reviews
Zones
Partitions
Alarms log
Troubles log
Troubles
Chime changing
State part.
Zone characters
Part.characters
Code+arrows
Sensitivity
Card close
Card close long
Door to open
Tamper in part.
Z1 (n) in LCD
Z2 (n) in LCD
CA-64 PTSA
Zones
Partitions
Alarms
Show
AC loss delay
RS communicat.
Tamper in part.
ETHM-1 Plus / ETHM-1
DHCP
IP address
Netmask
Gateway
DHCP-DNS
DNS
Port (WWW)
Port (DLOADX)
Port (others)
Port (integr.)
Key (DLOADX)
Key (others)
Connect DLOADX
Connect GUARDX
Connect Intern.
Connect GSM
PING test
Integrate
Coded integr.
Fail. – event
Fail. – alarm
Code+arrows
Programming
SATEL
(does not apply to INT-KSG)
(only INT-KLCD, INT-KLCDR, INT-KLFR and INT-KSG)
(only INT-KLCDR with firmware version 1.06 or newer or INT-KLFR)
[n – number of zone in the system]
[n – number of zone in the system]
(only ETHM-1 Plus)
SATEL
INTEGRA
Tamper in part.
INT-RS / INT-RS Plus
DSR control
RX control
Tamper in part.
Devices connected to the expander bus
[service code]
9 Structure Hardware Expanders Settings
INT-CR / INT-IT / INT-IT-2
Partit. LED R
Partit. LED G
Partit. LED Y
Master users
Users
Signalling
Alarm (latch)
Alarm (time)
Entry time
Exit time
Auto-arm delay
Hardw. signal
Force arm
Al. 3 unk .cards
No autorst.3t.
Tamper in part.
INT-S / INT-SF / INT-SK / INT-SCR
Lock feature
Lock
Lock function
Relay ON time
Relay type
(does not apply to INT-SCR)
Unauth. event
Unauth. alarm
Max. door open
Dependent door1
Dependent door2
Doors on fire
Master users
Users
(only INT-SCR)
Code + card
Code + card
Code or card
Follow output [n]
[n – number of output]
Alarms
Fire alarm
Medical alarm
Panic alarm
Silent panic
3 wrong codes
Options
Quick arm
Fin.exit time
19
20
BI outs ctrl.
MONO outs ctr.
Part.blocking
Guard control
Changing code
Code* not dis.
Code* in arm
Code#->Code*
Signalling
Alarm (latch)
Alarm (time)
Entry time
Exit time
Auto-arm delay
Code entered
Chime zones
Confirmation
Backlight
Auto backlight
No autorst.3t.
Partition
INT-SZ / INT-SZK
Lock
Lock function
Relay ON time
Relay type
Unauth. event
Unauth. alarm
Max. door open
Dependent door1
Dependent door2
Doors on fire
Master users
Users
Alarms
Fire alarm
Medical alarm
Panic alarm
Silent panic
3 wrong codes
Options
BI outs ctrl.
MONO outs ctr.
Part.blocking
Guard control
Changing code
Signaling
Code entered
Chime zones
Confirmation
Backlight
Auto backlight
No autorst.3t.
Programming
(only INT-SCR)
SATEL
SATEL
INTEGRA
Partition
INT-ENT
Master users
Users
3 wrong codes
BI outs ctrl.
MONO outs ctr.
Guard control
Signalling
Delay act. time
Code entered
Confirmation
Backlight
Delay act. time
No autorst.3t.
Partition
INT-R / CA-64 SR / CA-64 DR
Lock feature
Lock
Lock function
Relay ON time
Unauth. event
Unauth. alarm
Max. door open
Dependent door1
Dependent door2
Doors on fire
Master users
Users
Readers
Reader A
(does not apply to CA-64 DR and INT-R being used as CA-64 DR)
Reader A sound
Reader A LED
Reader A arms
(does not apply to CA-64 DR and INT-R being used as CA-64 DR)
Reader B
Reader B sound
Reader B LED
Reader B arms
Al. rdrs tamper
(does not apply to CA-64 DR and INT-R being used as CA-64 DR)
Hardw. signal.
3 wrong codes
BI outs ctrl.
MONO outs ctr.
Part. blocking
Guard control
Code* not dis.
Code* in arm
C.long not dis
Signalling
Alarm (latch)
Alarm (time)
Entry time
Exit time
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Programming
SATEL
Auto-arm delay
Chime zones
No autorst.3t.
Partition
INT-RX / INT-RX-S / INT-VG
No autorst.3t.
Partition
ACU-120 / ACU-270 / ACU-100 / ACU-250
No autorst.3t.
Tamper in part.
Response period
High jam sens.
New device
Use ARU-100
Active mode
[select zone to which wireless device is assigned]
Configuration
[select zone to which wireless device is assigned]
Filter
[select zone to which wireless device is assigned]
Remove device
[select zone to which wireless device is assigned]
Synchronization
Test mode on
Test mode off
CA-64 E / INT-O / CA-64 O / INT-ORS / INT-IORS (v. 1.00/1.01) / INT-ADR / CA-64 SM
No autorst.3t.
Tamper in part.
CA-64 Ei (v. 2.00/2.01)
No autorst.3t.
Tamper in part.
EOL Rp resistor
CA-64 Ei (v. 4.00)
No autorst.3t.
Tamper in part.
EOL R1 resistor
EOL R2 resistor
INT-E / INT-IORS (v. 2.00) / INT-PP
No autorst.3t.
Tamper in part.
EOL R1 resistor
EOL R2 resistor
CA-64 EPS / INT-ADRPS / CA-64 ADR / INT-OPS / CA-64 OPS / IN-ORSPS / CA-64 PP
No autorst.3t.
Tamper in part.
AC loss delay
CA-64 EPSi (v. 2.00/2.01)
No autorst.3t.
Tamper in part.
EOL Rp resistor
AC loss delay
CA-64 EPSi (v. 4.00)
No autorst.3t.
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Tamper in part.
EOL R1 resistor
EOL R2 resistor
AC loss delay
INT-EPS / INT-IORSPS / INT-PPPS
No autorst.3t.
Tamper in part.
EOL R1 resistor
EOL R2 resistor
AC loss delay
INT-KNX
No autorst.3t.
Partition
KNX control
Out addresses
Outputs
Telegrams
Factory sets
INT-AV
INT-AV code
Verify s1A
Code=1tone s1A
Verify s1B
Code=1tone s1B
Verify s2A
Code=1tone s2A
Verify s2B
Code=1tone s2B
Options
Microphone n [n = microphone number (1...4)]
Speaker n [n = speaker number (1...4)]
Only listen
AVT buttons
Sound signal.
Silent alarm
Satel commands
Wait aft.event
Wait aft.disc.
Runtime
No autorst.3t.
Tamper in part.
2.6
Entering data by means of the keypad
Data are saved to the control panel if you press the
key (in some keypads, the
key is
also available, whose function is exactly the same). The
key enables exiting the function
without saving any changes.
Described below are general rules for entering data, however they may be different as
regards some functions.
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2.6.1
Programming
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Selection from the single-choice list
The upper line of display shows the function name, and the lower one – the currently
selected item. To scroll through the item list, use the  keys (down) and the  keys (up).
The  and  keys are not used.
2.6.2
Selection from the multiple-choice list
The functions that allow you to make multiple choice can be identified by an additional
symbol situated at the right-hand side of the display:
– displayed item is selected / option is enabled,
– displayed item is not selected / option is disabled.
Pressing any digit key (for some functions, this does not work with the key 0) will change the
currently displayed symbol to the other one. To scroll through the list of items, use the  key
(down) or the  key (up). For some functions, pressing the key 0 will allow you to enter the
number of item to be edited (e.g. the number of partition or zone). This will speed up search.
For some functions, pressing the  or  key will switch the keypad into the graphic
symbols are used to present on the display the current
programming mode. The and
status of up to 32 items available in the given function (these can be e.g. zones, outputs,
timers, etc.). The  key moves the cursor to the right, and the  key to the left. If the list of
items is longer than 32, pressing the  key when the cursor is placed over the last item will
display the next list, and pressing the  key when the cursor is placed over the first item will
display the previous list. Pressing the key 0, 1 or 2 three times in the graphic mode within 3
seconds will have the following effect:
000 - the symbol will be displayed at all available items,
111 - the symbol will be displayed at all available items,
222 - reversal of the selection made: the
symbol will be displayed at all items where
the symbol was displayed, and the symbol where the symbol was displayed.
On pressing the  or  key, the keypad will return to the text mode.
2.6.3
Entering decimal and hexadecimal values
Digits are entered by pressing the suitable keys. Characters from A to F are available under
the keys with numbers 2 and 3. Keep pressing the keys until the required character appears.
2.6.4
Programming telephone numbers
Keep pressing particular keys until the required character appears. Characters available in
the keypad are presented in Table 1. Up to 16 characters can be programmed. Some of the
special characters (a, b, c, d, # and ) are coded so that the character takes up two items,
hence the maximum number of characters available for entering, if they are used, will be
lower.
Shown on the left side in the upper line of the display is information about the letter case:
[ABC] or [abc] (it will be displayed after pressing the  key, which changes the letter case,
and will be visible for a few seconds after the last keystroke).
The  key moves the cursor to the right, and the  key – to the left. The  key deletes the
character on the left side of the cursor.
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Characters available after next keystroke
key
mode [ABC]
key
mode [abc]
1
1
#
1
1
#
2
2
B
C
2
2
a
b
c
3
3
D
E
F
3
3
d
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
7
7
7
7
8
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
0
0
0
0
Table 1. Characters available in the keypad when entering telephone numbers (to change the
letter case, press ).
Special character
B
C
D
E
F
#
a
b
c
d
Function description
switch-over to pulse dialing
switch-over to tone dialing (DTMF)
waiting for additional signal
3 second pause
10 second pause
signal in DTMF mode
signal # in DTMF mode
other signals generated in DTMF mode
Table 2. Special character functions.
Do not program the B and C characters before the telephone number. The control
panel is dialing the number according to the settings of telephone options. These
characters should be used, if the number dialing method must be changed during the
process of dialing.
2.6.5
Entering names
Keep pressing particular keys until the required character appears. Characters available in
the keypad are presented in Table 3. Hold down the key to display the digit assigned to the
key.
Shown on the left side in the upper line of the display is information about the letter case:
[ABC] or [abc] (it will be displayed after pressing any key and will be visible for a few seconds
after the last keystroke).
The  key moves the cursor to the right, and the  key – to the left. The  key deletes the
character on the left side of the cursor.
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Key
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
!
a
d
g
j
m
p
t
w
?
b
e
h
k
n
q
u
x
.
'
c
f
i
l
o
r
v
y
,
`
2
3
4
5
6
s
SATEL
Characters available after next keystroke

"
{
}
$ % & @ \
^
|
#
1
]
0
7
8
z
:
9
;
+
-
/
=
_
<
>
(
)
[
Table 3. Characters available when entering names. The lower case letters are available
under the same keys (to change the letter case, press  key).
3. Configuring the control panel with DLOADX program
Required program version: 1.14.000 (or newer).
Access to the program is protected by a code (password). To obtain access at the first run of
the program, enter the factory default code: 1234 (you need not enter the factory code, just
click on the “OK” button).
The factory access code to the program should be changed as soon as possible.
Entering an invalid code three times will terminate the program.
3.1
Main menu of DLOADX program
Fig. 1. Main menu of DLOADX program.
type of alarm control panel.
name of alarm system / data file.
information on data writing/reading progress.
information on the way of communication with the alarm control panel.
3.1.1
Buttons
opens the “Structure” window.
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opens the “Options” window.
opens the “Zones” window.
opens the “Outputs” window.
opens the “Timers” window.
opens the “Reporting” window.
opens the “Messaging” window.
opens the “Answering and remote control” window.
opens the “Service note” window.
opens the “Users” window.
opens the window with information on errors made when configuring the alarm
system
opens the “Data comparison” window.
reading/updating of data from the control panel.
data writing to the control panel.
opens the “Event log” window.
terminates the data reading/writing.
saves the time in the control panel, based on the computer clock.
writes data into the control panel FLASH memory.
displays a virtual keypad.
opens the drop-down menu, which makes available some tools to supervise the
system state.
opens the “Configuration” window, if the program does not communicate with the
control panel, or communicates with it through COM port or modem. Otherwise, the
current connection window will open.
Opening the “Configuration” window will close the COM port, which was
previously selected for communication. Closing the window will open the COM
port.
opens the drop-down menu, where you can select the method of establishing
communication between the program and the alarm control panel.
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 enables/disables the COM port,
 opens the connection information window (remote programming).
Color of the button icon has the following meanings:
green – ready to send data,
alternating green and yellow – data transmission in progress,
red – no communication with the control panel,
gray – COM port disabled.
3.2
3.2.1
Parameters related to communication between the control panel and
DLOADX program
Communication identifiers
The DLOADX program will establish communication with the control panel if:
– the communication identifiers in the control panel have their factory default value – the
program will suggest then randomly generated identifiers (which you can accept or
enter your own ones),
– the communication identifiers in the program and in the control panel are identical.
Programming the communication identifiers
The identifiers can be programmed:
 keypad: functions available in the SM SETTINGS submenu (SERVICE MODE SM SETTINGS).
 DLOADX program: “Connection settings” window (the command for opening this window is
available in the “Communication” menu; you can also use the Ctrl+R key combination).
Description of communication identifiers
Integra identifier – identifier of the alarm control panel. It must consist of 10 characters
(digits or letters from A to F). It makes it possible to recognize the control panel and match
a data file to it, if the data file has been saved on the computer. Do not program the same
identifier for different control panels which are operated from the same computer (the
DLOADX program will be incapable of distinguishing between them).
DLOADX identifier – identifier of the computer with DLOADX program. It must consist of 10
characters (digits or letters from A to F). The control panel will only establish connection
with the program which uses the valid identifier.
3.2.2
Modem communication parameters
Programming the parameters
Telephone numbers
You can program the telephone numbers:
 keypad: functions available in the SM SETTINGS submenu (SERVICE MODE SM SETTINGS).
 DLOADX program: “Connection settings” window (the command for opening this window is
available in the “Communication” menu; you can also use the Ctrl+R key combination).
Control panel settings
You can configure the modem communication settings when programming the telephone
options (see: “Telephone options” p. 64). In the case of the INTEGRA 128-WRL control
panel, some settings are to be additionally configured when programming the GSM
telephone (see: “GSM phone” p. 71).
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DLOADX program settings
You can configure the modem communication settings in the “Configuration” window,
“Modem” tab.
Description of parameters
Telephone numbers
Panel’s tel. no – telephone number of the control panel.
PC phone number – telephone number of the modem connected to computer with DLOADX
program installed.
Control panel settings
Parameters and options related to modem communication are described in section
“Telephone options” (p. 64). For description of additional parameters related to the
INTEGRA 128-WRL, see section “GSM phone” (p. 71).
DLOADX program settings
You can define three sets of parameters for the modem connected to computer:
 analog modem for communication with the built-in modem of the control panel,
 analog modem for communication with the external modem of the control panel,
 ISDN or GSM modem for communication with the ISDN or GSM modem of the control
panel.
After clicking on the
button you can configure the selected set of parameters (see:
“Configuring the modem connected to computer”).
Dialing – the method of dialing numbers by the modem connected to computer (tone or
pulse).
Dial tones control – if option is enabled, the modem connected to computer will detect the
dial tone or busy signal before dialing the number.
Speaker – operating mode of the modem speaker. The speaker can be always OFF, or ON
until connection with the control panel is established (auto), or always ON.
Volume – volume of modem speaker.
Answering – how the DLOADX program reacts when the control panel is connecting to the
program. Communication can be established automatically after a preset number of rings,
or the program will only indicate an attempt to establish communication by the control
panel (communication will only be established after clicking on the “Answer” button).
Double call – you can define duration of the pause between the first and the second call, if
the control panel is set to go off-hook after the second call.
Configuring the modem connected to computer
You can edit the parameters after clicking on the “Change” button.
Port RS-232 – computer COM port to which the modem is connected.
Modem – list of modems, the parameters of which are defined. The list of modems and their
settings will be written to disk in the “modem.ini” file.
Baud Rate – transmission rate of the serial port. It is recommended that the highest rate
acceptable by the modem be set (only some modems may require the 300 bps setting in
order to enforce operation with exactly this speed).
Reset command – the command to reset the modem. Typically, it is the ATZ command
(reset with restoration of the user's zero profile). Some modems may require using the
AT&F command (reset with restoration of the factory default settings).
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Initializing – lines containing the modem initialization commands:
for communication with built-in control panel 300 bps modem: in the first line E0V1Q0
– a command required for proper operation of the modem. You should also add the
operating mode selection: B0 or B1 (selection of transmission format: V.21 or Bell103),
and the commands limiting transmission rate over telephone line to 300 bps. These are
commands specific for the given modem model, e.g. N0S37=3, F1 or +MS=1,0,300,300
etc. Information on how to limit the modem transmission rate is usually included in the
device manual. The other line should contain the following commands:
S0=0S9=1S7=120S10=255. They are necessary for correct operation.
for communication with external analog modem connected to the control panel: in
the first line E0V1Q0, the second line S0=0S7=120. It is not recommended to insert
additional commands to limit the modem transmission rate, unless this is required by
the modems used, or the telephone link quality.
for communication through ISDN or GSM modem: in the first line E0V1Q0, the second
line S0=0. Depending on the modems used, you will have to use additional
commands to set the identical transmission format, as in the control panel
modem, i.e. specific for the given modem. V.110 format is intended for the GSM
modems.
Modem ISDN – enable this option, if communication is to be effected through an ISDN or
GSM modem.
3.2.3
Ethernet communication parameters
Programming the parameters
Control panel settings
Settings related to working in conjunction with the Ethernet module which enables
communication over Ethernet can be configured when programming the telephone options
(see: “Telephone options” p. 64).
Ethernet module settings
For description of the configuring, please refer to the Ethernet module manual.
DLOADX program settings
You can configure the Ethernet communication settings in the “Connection settings” window
(the command for opening this window is available in the “Communication” menu; you can
also use the Ctrl+R key combination).
Description of the parameters
Control panel settings
Options related to working in conjunction with the Ethernet module are described in section
“Telephone options” (p. 64).
Ethernet module settings
For description of parameters and options, please refer to the Ethernet module manual.
DLOADX program settings
Connection – you can define two sets of parameters:
LAN/WAN – parameters for communication via local or wide network.
LAN: ETHM-1, Address n [n=module address] – parameters for communication via local
network only. In this case, the port number and data encryption key programmed in the
settings of Ethernet module with the given address.
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Server – address of the control panel. If the control panel is not in the same local network as
the computer with DLOADX program, it must be a public address. You can enter either the
IP address or the domain name.
Port – the number of TCP port used for communication between the control panel and
computer with DLOADX program via Ethernet. You can enter a value from 1 to 65535.
Default value: 7090.
DLOADX key – a string of up to 12 alphanumeric characters (digits, letters and special
characters), used for data encryption during communication between the control panel and
the computer with DLOADX program via Ethernet.
ETHM-1 ID – individual identification number of the control panel for the purpose of
communication via the SATEL server.
ETHM-1 MAC – hardware address of Ethernet module.
3.2.4
GPRS communication parameters
Programming the parameters
Control panel settings
Settings related to working in conjunction with the GSM module which enables GPRS
communication can be configured when programming the telephone options (see:
“Telephone options” p. 64).
For the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel, the GPRS communication settings can be
configured when configuring the GSM telephone (see: “GSM phone” p. 71).
GSM module settings
For description of parameters and options, please refer to the GSM module manual.
DLOADX program settings
Settings related to GPRS communication are configured when establishing connection.
Description of the parameters
Control panel settings
Options related to working in conjunction with the GSM module are described in section
“Telephone options” (p. 64). For parameters related to the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel,
see section “GSM phone” (p. 71).
GSM module settings
For description of parameters and options, please refer to the GSM module manual.
3.3
3.3.1
Local programming
Starting local programming
1. Connect the control panel RS-232 port to the computer port (for the connection method
please refer to the INSTALLER MANUAL).
2. Start the DLOADX program and click on the
button. A window will open in which
you should select the computer port to which the control panel is connected. Press “OK”.
3. On the LCD keypad connected to the control panel, enter the service code (by default
12345) and press the
key.
4. Using the  or  key, find the DOWNLOADING submenu and press the or  key.
5. When the arrow indicates the START DWNL-RS function, press the or  key.
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To start the local programming function you can use the [service code] 01 key
shortcut.
6. Establishing communication will be signaled on the monitor screen by a corresponding
message.
3.3.2
Starting local programming “from pins”
If the control panel does not support LCD keypads, does not accept the service code, etc.,
you can use the emergency procedure of, so-called, starting “from pins”. The control panel
RS-232 port must be connected to the computer. In the DLOADX program, indicate the
computer port to which the control panel is connected. Then, follow the procedure described
in section “Starting the service mode “from pins”” (p. 6).
Running the local programming “from pins” is not possible, if the DISABLE
DOWNLOADING option is enabled.
3.3.3
Finishing local programming
To end the local programming you can use the END DWNL-RS function ([service code]
DOWNLOADING END DWNL-RS).
The local programming function will be finished automatically after 255 minutes have elapsed
since the last use of the DLOADX program, and the service access was blocked or expired
during that time.
The local programming function must be disabled, if the control panel is to
communicate through the RS-232 port with an external analog modem, GSM module
or ETHM-1 / ETHM-1 Plus module (e.g. during remote programming, event reporting,
etc.).
3.4
3.4.1
Remote programming
Starting remote programming via modem
The control panel has a built-in 300 bps modem. The GSM communicator of
INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel supports sending data with the use of CSD technology, i.e.
at a rate of 9600 bps. In case of the other control panels, higher transmission rates can be
obtained after an external modem is connected. For information on how to connect the
external modem to the control panel please refer to the INSTALLER MANUAL. Initializing the
modem connection is possible, if there is a properly matched modem on the computer side
(see Table 4).
Configuration on control panel side
Configuration on computer side
Built-in 300 bps modem
Analog modem
External analog modem
External ISDN modem
External or built-in GSM modem
Analog modem
GSM modem
ISDN modem
GSM modem
Analog modem
GSM modem
Table 4. Selecting control panel and computer modems.
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Communication can be established in several ways (shown in parentheses is information
about requirements on the control panel side):
1. Connection initialized from the DLOADX program (built-in modem 300 bps or external
analog modem). This method makes it possible to establish connection with the control
panel from any location. Establishing connection by this method is possible, if the
computer telephone number has not been programmed in the control panel.
2. Connection initialized from the DLOADX program, but the control panel calls back and
sets up the connection (built-in 300 bps modem or external analog modem). The control
panel may only be remotely programmed from a specified locality.
3. Connection initialized by means of SMS (INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel or SATEL
GSM module operating as an external modem).
4. Connection initialized by the control panel (all configurations). The control panel may only
be remotely programmed from a specified locality. It can be applied if the system user
prefers that the remote programming cannot be carried out without his knowledge.
Connection initialized from the DLOADX program
Control panel settings:
 do not program the telephone number of modem connected to computer!
 if an external modem is connected to the control panel, enable the EXTERNAL MODEM
option,
 if a GSM or ISDN modem is connected to the control panel, enable the MODEM
ISDN/GSM/ETHM option,
 enable the ANSWERING – MODEM option [any modem] or the ANSWERING – ETHM/GSM
option [recommended for GSM or ISDN modem],
 define the number of rings after which the control panel will answer incoming calls (RINGS
BEFORE ANSWER) [this does not apply to the GSM or ISDN modem],
 enable the DOUBLE CALL option if the control panel is to answer only after the second call
[this does not apply to the GSM or ISDN modem].
DLOADX program settings:
 program the telephone number of control panel,
 configure the modem communication parameters.
button in the DLOADX program.
1. Click on the
2. A drop-down menu will be displayed. Select in it the appropriate control panel modem.
A window will open in which information on the modem initialization will be displayed.
3. Click on the “Connect” button.
4. The DLOADX program will inform you about establishing connection by means of
a suitable message.
Connection initialized from the DLOADX program, but the control panel calls
back and sets up the connection
Control panel settings:
 program the telephone number of modem connected do computer,
 if an external modem is connected to the control panel, enable the EXTERNAL MODEM
option,
 if a GSM or ISDN modem is connected to the control panel, enable the MODEM
ISDN/GSM/ETHM option,
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 enable the ANSWERING – MODEM option [any modem] or the ANSWERING – ETHM/GSM
option [recommended for GSM or ISDN modem],
 define the number of rings after which the control panel will answer incoming calls (RINGS
BEFORE ANSWER) [this does not apply to the GSM or ISDN modem],
 enable the DOUBLE CALL option if the control panel is to answer only after the second call
[this does not apply to the GSM or ISDN modem].
DLOADX program settings:
 program the telephone number of control panel,
 configure the modem communication parameters.
button in the DLOADX program.
1. Click on the
2. A drop-down menu will be displayed. Select in it the appropriate control panel modem (in
case of the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel, select “Modem - INTEGRA with ext.
modem” for CSD communication). A window will open in which information on the modem
initialization will be displayed.
3. Click on the “Connect” button.
4. The control panel will answer, confirm answering the connection, hang up, and then call
back the programmed computer telephone number.
5. The DLOADX program will answer the connection automatically or the program user must
accept establishing the communication (which depends on the settings programmed in
the “Configuration” window, “Modem” tab). A suitable message will inform about the
connection being established.
Connection initiated by SMS message
Control panel settings:
 program the telephone number of modem connected do computer,
 enable the EXTERNAL MODEM and MODEM ISDN/GSM/ETHM options.
And additionally, for the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel:
 program the control command, which will be sent in the SMS message to initiate
communication between the control panel and the DLOADX program,
 configure the GSM telephone.
DLOADX program settings:
 configure the modem communication parameters.
If communication is to take place through the SATEL GSM module connected to the control
panel, configure settings of the module (see: GSM module manual).
button in the DLOADX program.
1. Click on the
2. A drop-down menu will be displayed. Select the “ISDN/GSM modem” in it. A window will
open in which modem initialization information will be displayed.
3. Send an SMS message to the telephone number of INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel /
GSM module connected to the control panel. In the case of INTEGRA 128-WRL, the SMS
message should have the following form:
xxxx=csd= (“xxxx” – the control command programmed in the control panel, initializing
communication with the DLOADX program) – the control panel will call the
programmed telephone number of the computer, the data will be sent using CSD
technology,
xxxx=yyyy= (“xxxx” – the control command programmed in the control panel, initializing
communication with the DLOADX program; “yyyy” – telephone number of the computer
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to which the control panel is to connect) – the control panel will call the telephone
number sent in the SMS message (the computer telephone number programmed in
control panel will be ignored), the data will be sent using CSD technology.
In the case of GSM module connected to the control panel, the SMS message should
have the following form:
xxxxxx. or xxxxxx= (“xxxxxx” – the control command programmed in the GSM module,
initializing communication with the DLOADX program through modem) – the control
panel will call, via the GSM module, the programmed computer telephone number,
xxxxxx=yyyy. or xxxxxx=yyyy= (“xxxxxx” – the control command programmed in the
GSM module, initializing communication with the DLOADX program through modem;
“yyyy” – computer telephone number to which the control panel is to connect) – the
control panel will call, via the module, the telephone number sent in the SMS message
(the computer telephone number programmed in the control panel will be ignored).
4. The DLOADX program will answer the connection automatically or the program user must
accept establishing the communication (which depends on the settings programmed in
the “Configuration” window, “Modem” tab). A suitable message will inform about the
connection being established.
Connection initiated by the control panel – built-in modem 300 bps
Control panel settings:
 program the telephone number of modem connected do computer.
DLOADX program settings:
 configure the modem communication parameters.
1. Click on the
button in the DLOADX program.
2. A drop-down menu will be displayed. Select the “Modem 300 bps” in it. A window will
open in which modem initialization information will be displayed.
3. In the LCD keypad connected to the control panel, start the START DWNL-TEL function
([code] DOWNLOADING START DWNL-TEL). The function is available to the installer,
administrator and user having the DOWNLOADING STARTING right.
4. The control panel will call the programmed computer telephone number.
5. The DLOADX program will answer the connection automatically or the program user must
accept establishing the communication (which depends on the settings programmed in
the “Configuration” window, “Modem” tab). A suitable message will inform about the
connection being established.
Connection initialized by the control panel – built-in GSM communicator (CSD
transmission) only INTEGRA 128-WRL
Control panel settings:
 program the telephone number of modem connected do computer,
 configure the GSM phone.
DLOADX program settings:
 configure the modem communication parameters.
1. Click on the
button in the DLOADX program.
2. A drop-down menu will be displayed. Select the “Modem - INTEGRA with ext. modem” in
it. A window will open in which modem initialization information will be displayed.
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3. In the LCD keypad connected to the control panel, start the START DWNL-CSD function
([code] DOWNLOADING START DWNL-CSD). The function is available to the installer,
administrator and user having the DOWNLOADING STARTING right.
4. The control panel will call the programmed computer telephone number.
5. The DLOADX program will answer the connection automatically or the program user must
accept establishing the communication (which depends on the settings programmed in
the “Configuration” window, “Modem” tab). A suitable message will inform about the
connection being established.
Connection initiated by the control panel – external modem
Control panel settings:
 program the telephone number of modem connected do computer,
 enable the EXTERNAL MODEM option,
 if a GSM or ISDN modem is connected to the control panel, enable the MODEM
ISDN/GSM/ETHM option,
DLOADX program settings:
 configure the modem communication parameters.
1. Click on the
button in the DLOADX program.
2. A drop-down menu will be displayed. Select the “Modem - INTEGRA with ext. modem” in
it. A window will open in which modem initialization information will be displayed.
3. In the LCD keypad connected to the control panel, start the START DWNL-MOD function
([code] DOWNLOADING START DWNL-MOD). The function is available to the installer,
administrator and user having the DOWNLOADING STARTING right.
4. The control panel will call the programmed computer telephone number.
5. The DLOADX program will answer the connection automatically or the program user must
accept establishing the communication (which depends on the settings programmed in
the “Configuration” window, “Modem” tab). A suitable message will inform about the
connection being established.
3.4.2
Starting remote programming via Ethernet network
Programming through the Ethernet network is possible, if the ETHM-1 / ETHM-1 Plus module
is connected to the control panel (the RS-232 ports of control panel and module must be
connected).
Before you start the remote programming via Ethernet, make sure that the local
programming is finished.
The connection can be established in one of the following methods:
1. Initiating connection from the DLOADX program. This method enables establishing a
connection with the control panel from any location.
2. Initiating connection by the control panel. The control panel can only be remotely
programmed from a specific location. This method is applicable when the system user
does not want the remote programming to take place without the user's knowledge.
3. Establishing connection via the SATEL server. The control panel can be programmed
from any location. No public IP address is required for the control panel or the computer
with DLOADX program.
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Connection initialized from the DLOADX program
Control panel settings:
 enable the EXTERNAL MODEM, MODEM ISDN/GSM/ETHM and ANSWERING – ETHM/GSM
options.
Ethernet module settings:
 enable DLOADX->ETHM-1 CONNECTION option,
 program the number of TCP port which will be used for communication and the data
encryption key (DLOADX KEY),
 configure the Ethernet communication module.
DLOADX program settings:
 program the Ethernet module address (SERVER),
 program the number of TCP port which will be used for communication and the data
encryption key (or select the “LAN: ETHM-1, Address n” parameter set – the data
programmed in settings of Ethernet module with “n” address will be used).
Before initiating the connection, make sure that the suitable connection establishing
method is selected in the “Connection settings” window, “Connection” field.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click on the
button in the DLOADX program.
A drop-down menu will be displayed. Select “TCP/IP: DLOADX -> ETHM” in it.
A window will open. Click on the “Connection” button in the window.
The DLOADX program will inform you about establishing connection by means of
a suitable message.
Connection initialized by the control panel
Control panel settings:
 enable the EXTERNAL MODEM and MODEM ISDN/GSM/ETHM options.
Ethernet module settings:
 program the address of the computer with DLOADX (DLOADX SERVER) program, the
number of TCP port which will be used for communication and the data encryption key
(DLOADX KEY),
 configure the Ethernet communication module.
DLOADX program settings:
 program the number of TCP port which will be used for communication and the data
encryption key (or select the “LAN: ETHM-1, Address n” parameter set – the data
programmed in settings of Ethernet module with “n” address will be used).
1. Click on the
button in the DLOADX program.
2. A drop-down menu will be displayed. Select “TCP/IP: DLOADX -> ETHM” in it.
3. In the LCD keypad connected to the control panel, start the ETHM-1 – DLOADX function
([code] DOWNLOADING ETHM-1 – DLOADX). The function is available to the installer,
administrator and the user having the DOWNLOADING STARTING right.
4. The DLOADX program will inform you about establishing connection by means of
a suitable message.
Communication via the SATEL server
For communication via the SATEL server, the ports of 1024-65535 range are used as
outgoing ports. These ports must not be blocked.
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Control panel settings:
 enable the EXTERNAL MODEM, MODEM ISDN/GSM/ETHM and ANSWERING – ETHM/GSM
options.
Ethernet module settings:
 enable DLOADX->ETHM-1 CONNECTION and CONNECTION VIA SATEL SERVER options,
 program the data encryption key (DLOADX KEY),
 configure the Ethernet communication module.
DLOADX program settings:
 enter the individual identification number of the control panel for the purpose of
communication via the SATEL server,
 enter the MAC address of built-in Ethernet module,
 program the data encryption key.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click on the
button in the DLOADX program.
A drop-down menu will be displayed. Select “TCP/IP: Satel server”.
A window will open. Click on the “Connection” button in the window.
The DLOADX program will inform you about establishing connection by means of
a suitable message.
3.4.3
Starting remote GPRS programming
The GPRS programming is possible in the case of INTEGRA 128-WRL or any other control
panel to which the GSM module with LEON industrial type telephone is connected as an
external modem:
– GSM LT-1 with firmware version 1.14 (or newer),
– GSM LT-2 with firmware version 2.14 (or newer),
– GSM-4 with firmware version 4.14 (or newer),
– GSM-5 with firmware version 5.14 (or newer).
The connection can be established in two ways (given in parentheses is information about
requirements on the control panel side):
1. Connection initialized by means of SMS (INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel or SATEL
GSM module connected to the control panel RS-232 port).
2. Connection initialized by the control panel (INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel). The
control panel may only be remotely programmed from a specified locality. It can be
applied if the system user prefers that the remote programming cannot be carried out
without his knowledge.
Configuring the control panel
If GPRS communication is to take place through the SATEL GSM module connected to the
control panel RS-232 port, enable the EXTERNAL MODEM, MODEM ISDN/GSM/ETHM and
ANSWERING – ETHM/GSM options.
For the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel, the following items must be programmed:
 GPRS settings (these can be obtained from the GSM network operator):
– access point name (APN) for Internet GPRS connection,
– user name for Internet GPRS connection,
– password for Internet GPRS connection,
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– IP address of the DNS server which is to be used by the control panel (you do not need
to program the DNS server address, if the address of computer with DLOADX program
is entered as the IP address, not name),
 network address of the computer with DLOADX program (or server whose port has been
redirected to the computer),
 number of the TCP port that will be used for communication,
 control command which, if sent in the SMS message, will initiate establishing connection
between the control panel and the DLOADX program (if the connection is to be initiated by
the SMS message).
Configuring the GSM module
If the GPRS communication is to take place via the GSM module connected to the control
panel, the following items must be programmed in the GSM module:
 GPRS settings (these can be obtained from the GSM network operator):
– access point name (APN) for Internet GPRS connection,
– user name for Internet GPRS connection,
– password for Internet GPRS connection,
– IP address of the DNS server which is to be used by the module (you do not need to
program the DNS server address, if the address of computer with DLOADX program is
entered as the IP address, not name),
 network address of the computer with DLOADX program (or the server whose port has
been redirected to the computer),
 number of the TCP port that will be used for communication,
 key to be used for encrypting the GPRS sent data,
 control command which, if sent in the SMS message, will initialize communication between
the control panel and the DLOADX program.
Additionally, you can enable in the module the option that will enable connection to be
established with the computer whose network address will be given in the SMS message
initiating the connection.
Connection initiated by SMS message
1. Click on the
button in the DLOADX program.
2. A drop-down menu will be displayed. Select “TCP/IP: DLOADX <- GSM/GPRS”.
3. A window will open. Enter the following information in the corresponding fields:
– number of the TCP port that will be used for communication (in most cases, the port
number should be identical to that programmed in the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel
/ the GSM module, except where communication is effected through a network device
on which redirection to another port takes place),
– in the case of communication via the GSM module – key to be used for encrypting the
GPRS sent data (must be identical to that programmed in the GSM module).
4. Having entered the number of TCP port and data encryption key, press the “Start” button.
Activation of the server for GPRS connection will follow.
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5. Send an SMS message to the telephone number of INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel /
GSM module connected to the control panel. In the case of INTEGRA 128-WRL, the SMS
message should have the following form:
xxxx=gprs= (“xxxx” – the control command programmed in the control panel, initializing
communication with the DLOADX program) – the control panel will connect to the
computer whose address is programmed in the control panel,
xxxx=aaaa:p= (“xxxx” – the control command programmed in the control panel,
initializing communication with the DLOADX program; “aaaa” – address of the
computer with DLOADX program, given as an IP address or as a name; “p” – number
of the network port to be used for communication with the DLOADX program) – the
control panel will connect to the computer whose address is given in the SMS message
(the computer address programmed in the control panel will be ignored).
In the case of GSM module connected to the control panel, the SMS message should
have the following form:
zzzzzz. or zzzzzz= (“zzzzzz” – the control command programmed in the GSM module
initializing GPRS communication with the DLOADX program) – the GSM module will
connect the control panel to the computer whose address is programmed in the
module,
zzzzzz=aaaa:p. or zzzzzz=aaaa:p= (“zzzzzz” – the control command programmed in the
GSM module initializing GPRS communication with the DLOADX program; “aaaa” –
address of the computer with DLOADX program, given as an IP address or as a name;
“p” – number of the network port to be used for communication with the DLOADX
program) – the GSM module will connect the control panel to the computer whose
address is given in the SMS message (the computer address programmed in the GSM
module will be ignored).
6. The DLOADX program will inform you about establishing connection by means of
a suitable message.
3.5
Control panel data file
After readout of the control panel data, you can save the data file to the computer disk. The
data file is encrypted. Default encryption prevents the data file from being opened in other
location than the disk where the DLOADX program, which was used to save the data, is
installed. You can change the default key for data encryption (“File” “Access setup” “Data
files encryption key”). If you use an encryption key other than the default one, you can open
the control panel data file in any location, after entering the encryption key.
You can export the control panel data file (“File” “Export/Import” “Export file”). Once the
file is exported, it can then be imported from any computer (“File” “Export/Import” “Import
file”). When exporting the file, you can enter the encryption key which will be required during
import of the file.
All the data files can be exported (“File” “Export/Import” “Export all”). In this case, you will
be required to enter the encryption key.
4. System structure
The system can be subdivided into objects (subsystems). Partitions are assigned to each
object and zones are assigned to partitions.
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Objects
The objects are treated as separate alarm systems. By default, one object is created in the
control panel. New object can be created:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the NEW OBJECT function
(STRUCTURE SYSTEM OBJECTS NEW OBJECT) – having started the function, select
the object to be created (after an object is created, the LCD keypad will automatically
display the functions to allow you to assign partitions to objects and to name the objects),
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Structure” window, “System” tab, after clicking on the
system name – a new object will be created after you click on the “Add” button.
Fig. 2. Presentation of the system structure in the DLOADX program.
4.2
Partitions
The partition is a separated area within the premises protected by the security alarm system.
The subdivision into partitions enables arming/disarming the system only in part of the
protected area, as well as limiting access to some portion of the premises to selected users.
4.2.1
Creating partitions
A new partition can be created and, at the same time, assigned to an object:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the PARTITIONS function (STRUCTURE
SYSTEM OBJECTS EDIT OBJECT [select object from list] PARTITIONS) – see:
“Selection from the multiple-choice list” p. 24,
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Structure” window, “System” tab, after clicking on the
object name – a new partition will be created after you click on the “Add” button.
4.2.2
Programming partitions
You can program the partitions:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the functions available in the
PARTITIONS submenu (STRUCTURE SYSTEM  PARTITIONS),
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Structure” window, “System” tab, after clicking on the
partition name.
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Partition parameters
Shown in square brackets is the parameter name as presented in the LCD keypad.
The user authentication can be based on a code, proximity card (125 kHz passive
transponder) or DALLAS iButton. In the description of the partition parameters only the
codes are taken into account, but the information also applies to the proximity cards
and DALLAS iButtons.
Partition name – individual name of partition (up to 16 characters).
Fig. 3. Example of partition settings in the DLOADX program.
Partition type
Armed with code [Normal] – the partition can be armed/disarmed by the user.
With temporary blocking [With time bypass] – the partition can be armed/disarmed by the
user, but on arming the partition is blocked for a time indicated by the user or determined
by the installer (see DEFAULT BLOCK TIME option). When blocked, the partition can only be
disarmed by the user having the ACCESS TO TEMPORARY BLOCKED PARTITIONS right. An alarm
can end the blocking (see ALARM – DISARM ALLOWED option).
Follow type “AND” [Dependent “AND”] – the partition controlled by status of other partitions.
You should indicate the partitions whose status affects the dependent partition. The
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dependent “AND” type of partition will be armed when all indicated partitions are armed
(start of the procedure of arming the last of the indicated partitions will initiate the
procedure of arming the dependent partition). The dependent “AND” type of partition will
be disarmed when any of the indicated partitions is disarmed. This type of partition is
recommended in case of shared corridors.
Follow type “OR” [Dependent “OR”] – the partition controlled by status of other partitions.
You should indicate the partitions whose status affects the dependent partition. The
dependent “OR” type of partition will be armed when any of the indicated partitions is
armed (start of the procedure of arming any of the indicated partitions will initiate the
procedure of arming the dependent partition). The dependent “OR” type of partition will be
disarmed when all indicated partitions are disarmed.
Access according to timer – the partition can be armed/disarmed by the user, but only
within the time intervals set by the indicated timers. The number of timers depends on the
control panel.
Controlled by timer – the partition, which is armed in time periods determined by selected
timers, but may also be controlled by the user code. The number of timers depends on the
control panel.
Bank vault – the partition can be armed / disarmed by the user. Disarming may be delayed
by a defined period of time (see: DISARM DELAY). After it has been disarmed, the partition
can be automatically re-armed after a defined period of time elapses (see: TIME TO REARM).
Times
Partition exit delay – the time counted from the start of the procedure of arming (by the
user, timer, zone, etc.), which allows to leave the protected area without triggering an
alarm.
Auto-arming delay [Auto-arm delay] – the time counted before starting the procedure of
arming by timer. It allows the user to postpone or cancel the auto-arming.
Alarm verification time [Al. verify time] – the time counted from the triggering alarm by
a zone included in alarm verification (with enabled PRE-ALARM or WITH VERIFICATION
option). If during the count another zone included in the alarm verification triggers an
alarm, a verified alarm will be triggered.
Guard round (on armed) every [Guard - armed] – the maximum period of time that can
elapse since the last guard round when the partition is armed. If the time is exceeded,
information about the lack of guard round will be saved to the control panel memory.
Programming the value 0 will disable the control of guard round.
Guard round (on disarmed) every [Guard - disarm.] – the maximum period of time that can
elapse since the last guard round when the partition is disarmed. If the time is exceeded,
information about the lack of guard round will be saved to the control panel memory.
Programming the value 0 will disable the control of guard round.
Blocked for guard round [Time for guard] – the time counted from the moment of
registering the guard round, during which the partition is blocked.
Cash machine block delay [C.mach.blk.del.] – the time counted from the moment of
entering the user code of the CASH MACHINE ZONES BYPASSING type. After expiry of this time,
the 24H CASH MACHINE type zones will be bypassed.
Cash machine block time [C.mach.blk.time] – the time during which the 24H CASH MACHINE
type zones will be bypassed after entering the user code of the CASH MACHINE ZONES
BYPASSING type. The bypass can be delayed by the CASH MACHINE BLOCK DELAY.
Disarm delay – the parameter applies to the BANK VAULT partition type. The partition will only
be disarmed after a defined period of time has elapsed since the code was used by the
user. If the time is equal to 0, the partition will be disarmed immediately.
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Time to re-arm – the parameter applies to the BANK VAULT partition type. After disarming, the
control panel will be analyzing for a defined period of time whether a door in the partition
will be opened by means of an access control module (partition keypad, code lock, etc.). If
the door is not opened, the partition will be automatically re-armed (the partition exit delay
countdown will not be running). If the time value is equal to 0, the partition will not be rearmed. Irrespective of the preset value, if the DISARM DELAY parameter is 0, the partition
will not be re-armed.
Options
Arm by two codes [2 cds to arm] – if this option is enabled, arming requires that codes be
entered in turn by two users.
Disarm by two codes [2 cds to d-arm] – if this option is enabled, disarming requires that
codes be entered in turn by two users.
Codes on two keypads [Codes on 2 kpd] – if this option is enabled and the partition is
armed/disarmed using two codes, they must be entered from different keypads.
Valid within 60 sec [1st code 60s] – if this option is enabled and two codes are required for
arming/disarming, the second user has to enter the code within 60 seconds of entering the
code by the first user.
Timer priority – if this option is enabled, arming/disarming is always done by the timer. If this
option is disabled, the timer will disarm the partition if it was armed by the timer (if it was
armed by the user, the timer will not disarm the partition).
Infinite exit delay [Infin.ex.time] – if this option is enabled, the partition will be armed after
entering the code and then:
– violating the 86. ENTRY/EXIT – FINAL, 87. EXIT – FINAL or 89. FINISHING EXIT DELAY type
zone,
– shortening of the exit delay time by the user (see EXIT DELAY CLEARING option).
If partition is not armed within 260 seconds, the “Arming failed” event will be registered to
the control panel memory. With the option enabled, the PARTITION EXIT DELAY will be taken
into account, if the partition is armed using a zone or timer.
Exit delay clearing [Fin.exit time] – if this option is enabled, you can reduce the exit time
countdown by entering 9 from the keypad/partition keypad. The partition will be armed
immediately. The exit time clearing is only available from the same keypad/partition
keypad, from which the partition was armed (the EXIT DELAY CLEARING ENABLE option must
be enabled in the keypad).
Default block time – the option applies to the WITH TEMPORARY BLOCKING partition type. If the
option is enabled and the DEFAULT PART. BLOCK TIME is preset, the partition will be blocked
on arming for a default time period, as defined by the installer (the blocking time cannot be
programmed by the user).
Alarm – disarm allowed – the option applies to the WITH TEMPORARY BLOCK partition type.
During alarm, the partition can be disarmed by the users who do not have the ACCESS TO
TEMPORARY BLOCKED PARTITIONS right.
Audible alarm after verification [Bell on 2nd] – if this option is enabled, the alarms from
zones with the PRE-ALARM or WITH VERIFICATION option enabled will only trigger loud alarm
signaling after verification. The unverified alarms will not trigger loud alarm signaling.
Partition timer
Partitions can be controlled with an additional timer, which can be programmed:
 in the keypad, using the function available in the user menu ([code]
PROGRAMMING PARTITION TIMERS),
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 in the DLOADX program connected to the control panel, in the “Structure” window,
“System” tab, after clicking on the partition name and then on the “Partition timer” button.
4.3
Zones
The zone is a separated portion of the protected area which can be supervised by a detector
or detectors. A zone can only be assigned to one partition.
The system supports the following zones:
 hardwired – on the control panel electronics board, in keypads and expanders.
The number of available hardwired zones is determined by the control panel during
identification procedure.
 wireless – in the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel or after connecting the ACU-120,
ACU-270, ACU-100 or ACU-250 controller. The number of available wireless zones
depends on the number of wireless devices registered in the system and is determined
during the procedure of adding the devices.
 virtual – zones which physically do not exist, but have been programmed as FOLLOW
OUTPUT or are controlled by means of a keyfob.
4.3.1
Assigning zones to a partition
The zones can be assigned to a partition:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the ZONES function (STRUCTURE
SYSTEM PARTITIONS SETTINGS [Part. Name] ZONES) – see: “Selection from the
multiple-choice list” p. 24,
 using the DLOADX program:
1. in the “Structure” window, “System” tab, after clicking on the partition name. Click on
the “Add” button to display the list of zones which can be assigned to the selected
partition. Click on the zone which is to be assigned to the partition.
2. in the “Zones” window, “Zones” tab, “Part.” column, enter the number of partition to
which the given zone is to be assigned.
4.3.2
Programming the EOL resistor values
For the zones on INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel mainboard, some keypads and
expanders, the value of end-of-line resistors is programmable within the range from 500  to
15 k (the sum of preset values may not exceed 15 k).
The value of EOL resistors for the zones on the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel mainboard
can be programmed:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of EOL R1 RESISTOR and EOL R2
RESISTOR functions (STRUCTURE HARDWARE EOL R1 RESISTOR / EOL R2 RESISTOR),
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Structure” window, “Hardware” tab, after clicking on
the control panel mainboard.
The value of EOL resistors programmed for the INTEGRA 128-WRL mainboard zones
applies also to the zones in the keypads:
 INT-KLCD and INT-KLCDR with electronics version 3.2 and firmware version 2.11
(or newer),
 INT-KLFR.
The value of EOL resistors for the zones in expanders can be programmed:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of EOL R1 RESISTOR and EOL R2
RESISTOR functions (STRUCTURE HARDWARE EXPANDERS SETTINGS [ expander
name]  EOL R1 RESISTOR /  EOL R2 RESISTOR),
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 using the DLOADX program, in the “Structure” window, “Hardware” tab, after clicking on
the given expander.
For the zones in INT-KSG keypad, the value of EOL resistors is programmed in the DLOADX
program, “Structure” window, “Hardware” tab. After clicking on the given keypad, select the
corresponding tab. The value of these resistors cannot be programmed from the keypad.
Fig. 4. Numeration of EOL resistors. T – tamper. A – alarm. In case of the EOL configuration,
the resistor value is a sum of the values programmed for the R1 and R2 resistors.
4.3.3
Programming the zones
The zones can be programmed :
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the functions available in the ZONES
submenu.
 using the DLOADX program:
1. in the “Structure” window, “System” tab, after clicking on the selected zone,
2. in the “Zones” window.
4.3.4
Zone parameters
Zone name – individual name of the zone (up to 16 characters).
Assigned to – partition to which the zone belongs.
Zone type (see: “Zone types” p. 48).
Entry delay – refers to the delayed zones (including the zone types: 0. ENTRY/EXIT,
1. ENTRY, 2. DELAYED, 3. INTERIOR DELAYED, 85. ENTRY/EXIT – CONDITIONAL, 86. ENTRY/EXIT
– FINAL, 94. ENTRY/EXIT INTERIOR and 95. ENTRY INTERIOR). The alarm from the zone will be
delayed by a preset time. This makes it possible to disarm the partition before the alarm is
triggered.
Signaling delay – refers to the 4. PERIMETER, 5. INSTANT and 6. EXIT type zones. Loud alarm
signaling can be delayed by a programmed time period.
Alarm delay – refers to the 5. INSTANT and 6. EXIT type zones. The alarm from zone may be
delayed by a programmed time period.
Surveillance time – refers to the 8. EXTERIOR type zones.
Bypass time – refers to the bypassing zones (zone types 64-79). It indicates for how long
the zones will be bypassed. If value 0 is programmed, the zones will remain bypassed until
disarming the partitions to which they belong, or until they are unbypassed by the user.
Module number (lock/keypad) – refers to the 58. TECHNICAL – DOOR BUTTON type zones. It
defines which door will be unlocked after zone violation (you can indicate a door controlled
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by partition keypad, code lock, proximity card reader expander or DALLAS chip reader
expander).
Arming mode – refers to the 80. ARMING and 82. ARM/DISARM type zones. It defines which
type of armed mode will be activated by the zone:
0 – full armed mode,
1 – fully armed and, additionally, the zones for which the BYPASSED IF NO EXIT option is
enabled, will be bypassed,
2 - 3. INTERIOR DELAYED type zones will not be armed, 8. EXTERIOR will trigger silent alarm,
and the other ones – audible alarm,
3 – same as 2, but the delayed zones type will act as instant ones.
Group – refers to the 80. ARMING, 81. DISARMING and 83. CLEARING ALARM type zones. It
defines which group of partitions will be controlled by the zone (the zone always controls
the partition it belongs to). If value 0 is programmed, the zone will only control the partition
to which it belongs.
Exit delay – refers to the 89. FINISHING EXIT DELAY type zones.
Outputs group – refers to the 92. OUTPUTS GROUP OFF type zones.
Fig. 5. Example of zone settings in the DLOADX program.
Wiring type – must be selected to match the detector type and how it is connected to the
zone:
0. no detector – no detector is connected to the zone,
1. NC – the zone supports a detector of NC (normally closed) type,
2. NO – the zone supports a detector of NO (normally open) type,
3. EOL – the zone supports a detector of NO or NC type with EOL resistor in the circuit,
4. 2EOL/NC – the zone supports a detector of NC type with two EOL resistors in the
circuit,
5. 2EOL/NO – the zone supports a detector of NO type with two EOL resistors in the
circuit,
6. Roller – the zone supports a roller shutter detector,
7. Vibration – the zone supports a vibration detector (also NC type detector),
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8. Follow output – the zone does not support any detectors – its status depends solely on
the status of selected output (physical violations and tampers of the zone are ignored).
Zone sensitivity – depending on wiring type:
NO, NC, EOL, 2EOL/NC, 2EOL/NO – the time during which the zone must be violated, so
that it can be noted by the control panel.
Roller – 2 parameters are to be programmed (in the DLOADX program, you should enter
two numbers in the ZONE SENSITIVITY field):
Pulses duration – the time period during which a specified number of pulses must
occur (PULSES COUNT) for the zone to be violated. You can enter 0 (the pulse counter
will only be reset on arming / disarming), 1 (30 seconds), 2 (120 seconds) or 3 (240
seconds).
Pulses count – the number of pulses after which the zone will be violated. You can
program values from 1 to 8.
Vibration – 2 parameters are to be programmed (in the DLOADX program, you should
enter two numbers in the ZONE SENSITIVITY field):
Sensitivity – occurrence of a pulse whose duration is equal to or longer than the
defined time will cause violation of the zone. You can program values from the 3 ms
to 96 ms range (every 3 ms).
Pulses count – the number of pulses after which the zone will be violated. You can
program values from 0 to 7. If the value 0 is programmed, the pulses will not be
counted – only SENSITIVITY will be taken into account.
Output – refers to the FOLLOW OUTPUT wiring type. Indicate the number of output whose
activation will violate the zone. The output can be a virtual one.
Max. violation time / Max. door opening time – exceeding the maximum time of
violation/door opening is recognized by the control panel as a detector failure/door failure.
If the value 0 is programmed, control of this time is disabled.
Max. no violation time – exceeding the maximum time of no violation is recognized by the
control panel as a detector failure. The time will only be counted when the zone is
disarmed. If the value 0 is programmed, control of this time is disabled. The time can be
programmed in hours or minutes.
It is recommended that you program the MAX. NO VIOLATION TIME parameter, since it will
provide an additional supervision of the detector connected to the zone.
4.3.5
Zone types
0. ENTRY/EXIT – a delayed zone combining two functions:
entry – violation of the zone starts entry delay counting in the partition and turns on delay
for the 3. INTERIOR DELAYED type zones,
exit – violation of the zone during exit delay countdown is equivalent to the partition exit.
1. ENTRY – violation of the zone starts entry delay counting in the partition and turns on delay
for the 3. INTERIOR DELAYED type zones.
2. DELAYED – a delayed-action zone with optional signaling of delay countdown in keypads.
3. INTERIOR DELAYED – the zone operates as a delayed one when:
– violation of another zone has triggered the entry delay countdown in the partition,
– the delay will be activated using the INT-ENT entry keypad (see the INT-SCR
multifunction keypad manual),
– arm mode type 2 or 3 is active and the DELAY IN 2&3 TYPE ARMING option is enabled for
the zone.
In other situations, the zone will act as an instant one.
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4. PERIMETER – instant zone, which is already armed during exit delay countdown.
5. INSTANT – instant zone.
6. EXIT – violation of the zone during exit delay countdown is equivalent to the partition exit.
7. DAY/NIGHT – if disarmed, the zone will signal violation acoustically in keypads and on
the 9. DAY ALARM, 12. SILENT ALARM and 116. INTERNAL SIREN outputs. When armed, the
zone acts as the 5. INSTANT zone.
8. EXTERIOR – a zone with alarm verification: zone violation will start counting the surveillance
time – if a second violation takes place during this time, an alarm will be triggered. If the
SURVEILLANCE TIME is not programmed (the value 0 is entered), the alarm will be generated
upon the first violation.
9. 24H TAMPER – permanently armed zone, intended for the tamper circuits. The zone
violation will additionally cause a trouble condition.
10. 24H VIBRATION – permanently armed zone, intended for working with vibration detectors.
If the partition includes the 10. 24H VIBRATION zone, starting the procedure of arming
from the LCD keypad will initiate a test of vibration detectors (the 39. TEST VIBRATION
DETECTORS output is activated and the countdown of time remained to the test end is
running).
11. 24H CASH MACHINE – permanently armed zone, intended for protection of a cash machine.
12. PANIC-AUDIBLE – permanently armed zone, intended for operating the panic buttons.
13. PANIC-SILENT – permanently armed zone, intended for operating the panic buttons.
Violating the zone will trigger a silent alarm.
14. MEDICAL – BUTTON
15. PERSONAL EMERGENCY
The zone types 14 and 15 trigger alarm signaled in the LCD keypads and on the 12. SILENT
ALARM outputs. The names of zones and codes of events from these zones are consistent
with the Contact ID reporting format.
16...31 COUNTING C1...16 – the counting zones will signal an alarm when the number of
violations counted during a specified time period exceeds the set value (see: “Counters”
p. 54). Violations of the counting zones in armed mode can be signaled at the 9. DAY
ALARM, 12. SILENT ALARM and 116. INTERNAL SIREN outputs.
32. 24H FIRE
33. 24H FIRE – SMOKE
34. 24H FIRE – COMBUSTION
35. 24H FIRE – WATER FLOW (FIRE)
36. 24H FIRE – HEAT
37. 24H FIRE – PULL STATION
38. 24H FIRE – DUCT
39. 24H FIRE – FLAME
The zone types from 32 to 39 cause a fire alarm. The names of zones and codes of events
from these zones are consistent with the Contact ID reporting format. The fire zones (except
for 24H FIRE – BUTTON) can work with alarm verification.
40. 24H FIRE SUPERVISORY
41. 24H LOW WATER PRESSURE
42. 24H LOW CO2
43. 24H WATER VALVE DETECTOR
44. 24H LOW WATER LEVEL
45. 24H PUMP ACTIVATED
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46. 24H PUMP FAILURE
47. NO ALARM ACTION – may be used to control the outputs. Additional options (STORE TO
EVENT LOG, NO REPORTING and STORE EVENT ONLY IF ARMED) enable the zone to be used for
other applications e.g. supervising the keybox.
48. 24H AUXILIARY – PROTECTION LOOP
49. 24H AUXILIARY – GAS DETECTOR
50. 24H AUXILIARY – REFRIGERATION
51. 24H AUXILIARY – LOSS OF HEAT
52. 24H AUXILIARY – WATER LEAKAGE
53. 24H AUXILIARY – FOIL BREAK
54. 24H AUXILIARY – LOW BOTTLED GAS LEVEL
55. 24H AUXILIARY – HIGH TEMPERATURE
56. 24H AUXILIARY – LOW TEMPERATURE
57. TECHNICAL – DOOR OPEN – zone intended for supervising the status of the door defined as
DEPENDENT DOOR in the module executing the access control functions (partition keypad,
code lock, readers expander).
58. TECHNICAL – DOOR BUTTON – zone violation will result in opening the door controlled by
the module executing the access control functions (partition keypad, code lock, readers
expander).
59. TECHNICAL – AC LOSS – intended for control of devices working together with the alarm
control panel e.g. additional power supply units. Violation of the zone will cause a trouble
condition.
60. TECHNICAL – BATTERY LOW – intended for control of the batteries of additional power
supply units working in conjunction with the control panel. Violation of the zone will cause
a trouble condition.
61. TECHNICAL – GSM LINK TROUBLE – intended for control of the external GSM
communication module. Violation of the zone will cause a trouble condition.
62. TECHNICAL – OVERLOAD – intended for control of an additional power supply unit used
together with the control unit. Violation of the zone will cause a trouble condition.
63. TROUBLE – violation of the zone will cause a trouble condition.
64...79 BYPASSING – GROUP: 1–16 – violation of this type of zone can bypass a group
of zones (see: “Bypasses” p. 54).
80. ARMING – violation of the zone will arm the partition to which the zone belongs.
Additionally, you can select a group of partitions which will also be armed (see: “Groups of
partitions” p. 54).
81. DISARMING – violation of the zone will disarm the partition to which the zone belongs.
Additionally, you can select a group of partitions which will also be disarmed (see: “Groups
of partitions” p. 54).
82. ARM/DISARM – the zone controls the arming status of the partition it belongs to.
The control mode depends on the CONTROL BY PULSE option. Disarming may
simultaneously clear the alarm and cancel the messaging.
83. CLEARING ALARM – violation of the zone will clear alarm in the selected group of partitions
(see: “Groups of partitions” p. 54) or the partition to which the zone belongs, and can also
cancel messaging.
84. GUARD – violation of the zone is recognized as recording the guard's round in the partition
to which the zone belongs.
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85. ENTRY/EXIT – CONDITIONAL – similarly as the 0. ENTRY/EXIT type with an extra feature: the
zone becomes an instant one upon arming, if no partition exit is registered upon starting
the arming procedure.
86. ENTRY/EXIT – FINAL – similarly as the 0. ENTRY/EXIT, but the zone restore during exit delay
countdown will terminate the exit delay countdown and arm the system.
87. EXIT – FINAL – similarly as the 6. EXIT, but the zone restore during exit delay countdown
will terminate the exit delay countdown and arm the system.
88. 24H BURGLARY – a permanently armed zone. Its violation will cause the burglary alarm.
89. FINISHING EXIT DELAY – zone violation will reduce the partition exit delay time. It is possible
to program a shorter exit delay time. If this value remains not programmed, the exit time
will be reduced to 4 seconds from the zone violation. There will be no effect if the zone is
violated and the just running exit delay is shorter than that programmed for the zone.
90. DISABLING VERIFICATION – zone violation will disable verification of alarms in the partition.
All alarms will be unverified until next arming.
91. DETECTOR MASK – the permanently armed zone, dedicated to anti-masking control.
Violation of the zone will be treated by the control panel as detector trouble (masking).
92. OUTPUTS GROUP OFF – the zone allows to deactivate a selected group of outputs.
93. OUTPUTS GROUP ON – the zone allows to activate a selected group of outputs.
94. ENTRY/EXIT INTERIOR – similarly as the 0. ENTRY/EXIT, but it will only be armed in the case
of full armed status (arming modes 0 and 1).
95. ENTRY INTERIOR – similarly as the 1. ENTRY, but it will only be armed in the case of full
armed status (arming modes 0 and 1).
96. FIRE MONITORING – permanently armed zone. After the zone is violated, fire alarm
information is saved to the control panel memory.
4.3.6
Zone options
Power up delay – when the option is enabled, the zone will be bypassed for 120 sec. after
power-up (which prevents triggering alarms e.g. when starting the alarm control panel).
Priority – when this option is enabled, arming will be impossible, if the zone is violated (e.g.
windows have been left open, etc.).
Contr. by pulse(off-by state) – option for 82. ARM/DISARM zone type. If it is enabled,
violation of the zone will arm/disarm the partition (depending on the current status of the
partition). If the option is disabled, zone violation will arm, and the zone restore will disarm
the partition.
CHIME in module – with this option enabled, zone violation can be signaled in partition
keypads, code locks and readers expanders assigned to the same partition as the zone
(the option CHIME must be enabled in the expander).
No alarm sign. in keypad – option for 13. PANIC-SILENT zone type. If it is enabled, alarm from
this zone will not be signaled on keypads. Clearing this alarm by means of keypad will not
be possible.
Outputs signaling the silent panic alarm can be deactivated using the CLEAR LATCHED
function.
Video on disarmed – if this option is enabled, violating the zone when the partition is
disarmed will activate the 15. VIDEO ON DISARMED type output.
Video on armed – if this option is enabled, violating the zone when the partition is armed will
activate the 16. VIDEO ON ARMED type output.
Bypass disabled – if this option is enabled, the user cannot bypass the zone.
Bypassed if no exit – if this option is enabled, the zone will be automatically bypassed,
when no partition exit is registered during the partition exit delay countdown. The zone will
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also be bypassed when the “full + bypasses” arming mode is on (registering a partition exit
is irrelevant then). The zone will be unbypassed after the partition is disarmed.
Alarm in arm state – an option for the zone types 64-79. It is available, if the NO BYPASS IF
ARMED option is enabled. When it is enabled, violating an armed zone will cause an alarm
(if the partition exit was registered upon arming).
Alarming – option available for the 91. DETECTOR MASK zone type. If enabled, violation of the
zone will additionally trigger an alarm.
Auto-reset 3 – with this option enabled, the zone can trigger up to 3 alarms. As long as the
alarm is not cleared or the partition is not armed/disarmed, violations of the zone will not
trigger any alarm.
Auto-reset 1 – with this option enabled, the zone can trigger only 1 alarm. As long as the
alarm is not cleared or the partition is not armed/disarmed, violations of the zone will not
trigger any alarm.
Clearing Autoreset – with this option enabled, alarm counters for the zones for which the
AUTO-RESET 3 or AUTO-RESET 1 option is enabled can be automatically reset at midnight
(violations of these zones will be able to trigger alarms again).
Pre-alarm – if this option is enabled, alarms from the zone will be verified.
With verification – an option for the zone types 0-2, 85-86 and 94-95. If it is enabled, alarms
from the zone will be verified.
Alarm from the zone with enabled PRE-ALARM or WITH VERIFICATION option will be an
unverified alarm, unless during verification (see description of the ALARM VERIFICATION
TIME parameter p. 43) an alarm will be caused by another zone with enabled PREALARM or WITH VERIFICATION option. In such a case, a verified alarm will be triggered.
Bell delay – an option for the zone types 5 and 6. It changes the way of reaction to a zone
violation when armed. If the option is disabled, the alarm from zone will be delayed by
a programmed time period (ALARM DELAY). If the option is enabled, the zone will alarm
immediately (event, reporting and telephone messaging), but the loud signaling will be
delayed by a programmed time period (SIGNALING DELAY).
Delay in 2&3 type arming – an option for the 3. INTERIOR DELAYED zone type. If the option is
enabled, the zone will be armed and act as a delayed one upon activation of the type 2
(without interior) and type 3 (without interior and without entry delay) arm mode.
Alarm clearing – an option for the zone types 81 and 82. With this option enabled, violation
of the zone will clear alarm in the partition, if it is currently indicated.
Abort delay – when this option is enabled, violating the zone during the entry delay
countdown will result in registering a “Zone violation” event (this event can only be
reported in the 4/2 format). When the option is disabled, violating the zone during the entry
delay countdown will result in registering an “Alarm” event (this event is reported and
initiates messaging).
Report if not armed – option for the 7. DAY/NIGHT zone type. If it is enabled, the alarm will
be reported at all times. If it is disabled, the alarm will only be reported if the zone is
armed. If the zone is disarmed, the zone violation will trigger a warning alarm. The warning
alarm does not cause any loud alarm signal and is not reported. It can be signaled by the
9. DAY ALARM, 12. SILENT ALARM and 116. INTERNAL SIREN type outputs.
Partition temporary blocking – option for the 84. GUARD zone type. If it is enabled, violation
of the zone will block the partition for the time of guard round.
Restore after bell – with this option enabled, the zone restore code will be reported to the
central monitoring station only after the alarm signaling is ended.
Restore after disarm – with this option enabled, the zone restore code will be reported to
the central monitoring station only after disarming the partition to which the zone belongs.
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Alarm on exit delay end – with this option enabled, the zone will trigger alarm if it is violated
at the moment of ending the exit delay countdown. If the option is disabled, the alarm will
only be triggered in case of changing the zone status from normal to violated when armed.
Store to event log – option for the 47. NO ALARM ACTION and 63. TROUBLE zone types. If it is
enabled, violation of the zone will result in storing an event according to the zone type (in
case of the 47. NO ALARM ACTION zone type, the information to be written depends
additionally on the NO REPORTING option).
No reporting – option for the 47. NO ALARM ACTION zone type with the STORE TO EVENT LOG
option enabled:
– enabled – violation of the zone will write an event informing about zone violation,
– disabled – violation of the zone will result in writing an event informing about keybox
opening, the code of which is sent to the monitoring station.
No restore event – option for the 47. NO ALARM ACTION zone type with STORE TO EVENT LOG
and NO REPORTING options enabled. If it is enabled, the zone restore is not stored into the
event log.
Store event only if armed – option for the 47. NO ALARM ACTION zone type. It is available, if
the STORE TO EVENT LOG option is enabled. If it is enabled, violations of the zone will be
written into the event log, provided that the partition to which the zone is assigned, is
armed.
No bypass if armed – option for the 64-79 zone types. If it is enabled, violation of the armed
zone will block no group of zones (provided that during the exit delay countdown an exit
from the partition is recorded).
Messaging cancelling – option for the 81-83 zone types. If it is enabled, violation of the
zone will cancel the messaging, if it is currently ongoing.
Alarm on unbypass – if the option is enabled and the armed zone is violated after being
bypassed, an alarm will be triggered.
Tamper alarm always loud – if this option is enabled, tamper alarm is always loud (if option
is disabled – tamper alarm is loud only when armed).
Reporting delay – option for the 4–7 and 64–79 zone types. Violation of the zone during the
entry delay countdown will trigger a warning alarm. The warning alarm does not cause any
loud alarm signal and is not reported. It can be signaled by the outputs of 9. DAY ALARM,
12. SILENT ALARM and 116. INTERNAL SIREN type. If the zone is not disarmed within 30
seconds, the entry delay has expired or another instant is violated, the burglary alarm will
be triggered.
Blocks verification – option for 0-2, 85-86 and 94-95 zone types. If it is enabled, violation of
the zone will block verification of alarms in the partition. All alarms will be unverified until
the partition is armed again.
Check arm possibility – option for the arming zones (80 and 82 zone types). The zone will
not arm, if a zone with enabled PRIORITY option is violated in the partition, or other
circumstance have occurred which prevent arming (depending on the selected options,
tamper, trouble, etc.).
Restore disarms – option for the 89. FINISHING EXIT DELAY zone type. If it is enabled, the
zone restore will disarm the partition. This option overrides the option RESTORE DISABLES
VERIF.
Restore disables verif. – option for the 89. FINISHING EXIT DELAY zone type. If it is enabled,
the zone restore will disable verification of alarms in the partition. All alarms will be
unverified until the partition is armed again.
Disabled in arm state – option for the 91. DETECTOR MASK zone type. If the option is enabled
and the zone is violated when armed, the information on detector trouble (masking) will not
be stored into the event log (the event code will not be sent to the monitoring station).
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Counters
The control panel makes it possible to program 16 different counters which determine the
operating mode of the counter zones (zone types 16-31). The counter parameters can be
programmed:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the COUNTERS function (ZONES
COUNTERS).
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Zones” window, “Counters” tab.
The following should be programmed for each counter:
Max. value – number of violations which, if exceeded, will trigger an alarm.
Counting time – the time in which violations are counted.
Counter type:
normal – all violations of counter group zones are counted,
omit recurs – skips violations of the same zone (the alarm will be triggered, if the number
of violations of different zones exceeds the maximum value).
If the counter skips repeats, the programmed MAXIMUM COUNTER VALUE must be lower
than the number of zones in counter group.
4.3.8
Bypasses
You can define a group of zones for each of the zone types from 64 to 79:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the BYPASSES function (ZONES
BYPASSES).
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Zones” window, “Bypasses” tab.
Having assigned the zones to a group, define what reaction should be to violation of the
bypassing zone:
Bypass only – the zones belonging to the group will be bypassed for BYPASS TIME (see:
p. 46).
Bypass on/off – the zones belonging to the group will remain bypassed as long as the
bypassing zone is violated (they can be bypassed by the user).
In the LCD keypad, use the BYPASS ON/OFF option to make your selection. Option
disabled – see: BYPASS ONLY. Option enabled – see: BYPASS ON/OFF.
4.3.9
Groups of partitions
You can define up to 16 partition groups which will be controlled using the 80. ARMING,
81. DISARMING and 83. CLEARING ALARM type zones. The partition groups can be defined:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the GROUPS function (ZONES
GROUPS).
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Zones” window, “Arm/Disarm Groups” tab.
4.3.10 Zone testing
Using the function available in the service mode menu in the keypad (ZONES TEST), you
can test the zones. Information on violation or tamper of the zone is displayed and signaled
by beeps in keypad (violation – 5 short beeps; tamper – 1 long beep; masking – 3 long
beeps). Additionally, the function allows selection of a system output which will be used for
signaling during the test (zone violation will activate the output for 0.4 second, tamper – for
1,6 seconds, masking – for 3 seconds).
Violation/tamper/masking of the zone during the test will not trigger the response
programmed for the control panel zone.
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Select a zone for testing from the list and press the
or  key. The output allocated
for signaling will stop doing its present duty (if it was active, it will be disabled) until the
zone test is completed (the
key pressed).
The output used for signaling is only remembered until exiting the TEST function. When
the TEST function is re-started, the output must be selected again.
If wireless sirens are used in the system and any output is selected for signaling, after
selecting a zone for testing from the list and pressing the
or  key, in the wireless
sirens the signaling will be unblock (which is normally blocked for the service mode
duration).
If the output selected for signaling controls the wireless siren, it should be borne in
mind that the command to block/unblock signaling is sent out during polling. This
results in a delay whose duration depends on the programmed response period. Also
in case of the ASP-205 siren signaling is only triggered during the polling period.
5. Outputs
The system supports the following outputs:
 hardwired – on the control panel electronics board and in expanders. The number of
available hardwired outputs is determined by the control panel during identification
procedure.
 wireless – in the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel or after connecting the ACU-120,
ACU-270, ACU-100 or ACU-250 controller. The number of available wireless outputs
depends on the number of wireless devices registered in the system and is determined
during the procedure of adding wireless devices.
 virtual – the outputs which do not exist physically, but can be used e.g. for execution of
logical functions.
Programming of the outputs is possible:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the functions available in the OUTPUTS
submenu,
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Outputs” window.
5.1
Output parameters
Output name – individual name of the output (up to 16 characters).
Output function (see: “Output functions”).
Cut off time – time during which the output is active. The parameter is irrelevant for the
status indicating outputs.
5.2
Output functions
0. NOT USED
1. BURGLARY – signals all burglary and panic alarms (from zones, keypad/expander tamper,
keypad Panic, etc.).
2. FIRE/BURGLARY – signals the burglary and panic alarms (continuous sound) and the fire
alarms (intermittent sound).
3. FIRE ALARM – signals the fire alarms (from fire zones and triggered from keypads).
4. KEYPAD ALARM – signals the alarms triggered from keypad: fire, medical (auxiliary) and
panic (except: silent panic alarm).
5. FIRE (FROM KEYPAD) – signals the fire alarms triggered from keypad.
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6. PANIC (FROM KEYPAD) – signals the loud panic alarms triggered from keypad.
7. MEDICAL ALARM (FROM KEYPAD) – signals the medical assistance call alarm triggered from
keypad.
8. TAMPER ALARM – signals the tamper alarms.
Fig. 6. “Outputs” window in the DLOADX program.
9. DAY ALARM – signals the following:
– alarms from 13. PANIC-SILENT type zones,
– medical alarms from the 14. MEDICAL - BUTTON and 15. PERSONAL EMERGENCY type
zones,
– alarms from 7. DAY/NIGHT type zones, if the partition to which the zone belongs is
disarmed,
– alarms from 8. EXTERIOR type zones, if the armed mode which assumes that the user
will stay inside the protected facility is enabled in the partition (see: USER MANUAL),
– alarms from 4. PERIMETER type zones, if the SIGNALING DELAY has been programmed for
them,
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– alarm from 5. INSTANT and 6. EXIT type zones, if the BELL DELAY option has been
enabled and the SIGNALING DELAY has been programmed for them,
– alarms from zones, for which the REPORTING DELAY option has been enabled, provided
they were violated during the ENTRY DELAY countdown,
– unverified alarms, if the AUDIBLE ALARM AFTER VERIFICATION option is enabled for the
partition,
– the first violation of the 8. EXTERIOR type zones when they are armed, provided the
SURVEILLANCE TIME has been programmed for the zone,
– violation of the counting zones (16-31 type zones) when armed.
10. DURESS ALARM – action carried out under duress – signals that a DURESS type code
(or prefix) has been used in the system.
11. CHIME – signals violation of the zones when they are disarmed.
12. SILENT ALARM – activates in the same situations as the 9. DAY ALARM output. Additionally,
it can signal silent panic alarms.
13. TECHNICAL ALARM – signals alarms from zone types 40-56.
14. ZONE VIOLATION – indicates the violations of zones.
15. VIDEO ON DISARMED – controlled by zones with the VIDEO ON DISARMED option enabled.
16. VIDEO ON ARMED – controlled by zones with the VIDEO ON ARMED option enabled.
17. READY STATUS – indicates whether the system is ready for arming, i.e. whether there are
no violated zones (active when there is no violation).
18. BYPASS STATUS – indicates the bypassing of zones.
19. EXIT DELAY STATUS – indicates the EXIT DELAY countdown.
20. ENTRY DELAY STATUS – indicates the ENTRY DELAY countdown.
21. ARMED STATUS – indicates the armed status of partitions.
22. FULL ARMED STATUS – active if all selected partitions are armed.
23. ARM/DISARM BEEP – signals:
– starting the arming procedure (arming, if the exit delay has not been programmed) –
1 tone,
– disarming – 2 tones,
– clearing alarm – 4 tones,
– denial of arming or arming procedure failure – 7 tones.
The tone duration is approx. 0.3 seconds.
24. MONO SWITCH – controlled by users, zones or timers. Using a code, zone violation or
turning timer on will activate the output for a preprogrammed time.
25. BI SWITCH – controlled by users, zones or timers. Depending on the current status, using
a code or violating a zone will activate/deactivate the output. Turning the timer ON
activates the output, and turning the timer OFF deactivates the output.
If the 24. MONO SWITCH or 25. BI SWITCH type output is to be controlled from the
keypad, it must be assigned to a group of outputs (see: “Output groups” p. 62).
26. TIMER – the output controlled by timers.
27. TROUBLE STATUS – indicates the troubles.
28. AC LOSS (MAINBOARD) – IMMEDIATE – indicates the loss of AC power to the control panel
mainboard.
29. AC LOSS (TECHNICAL ZONE) – indicates the violations of 59. TECHNICAL-AC LOSS type
zones.
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30. AC LOSS (EXPANSION MODULE) – indicates the loss of AC power to the modules with power
supply.
31. BATTERY TROUBLE (MAINBOARD) – indicates the low battery of the control panel mainboard.
32. BATTERY TROUBLE (TECHNICAL ZONE) – indicates the violations of 60. TECHNICAL-BATTERY
LOW type zones.
33. BATTERY TROUBLE (EXPANSION MODULE) – indicates the low battery of the modules with
power supply.
34. DETECTOR TROUBLE – indicates the zone troubles.
35. TELEPHONE LINE IN USE STATUS – indicates that the telephone communication is in use.
36. GROUND START – generates a control pulse necessary for work with some types of
telephone exchange.
37. REPORTING ACKNOWLEDGEMENT – indicates the acknowledgement of reporting.
38. SERVICE MODE STATUS – indicates that the service mode is entered.
39. TEST VIBRATION DETECTORS – intended for testing the vibration detectors in one partition
(see: 10. 24H VIBRATION zone type). The output cut-off time defines the duration of testing
the vibration detectors in the selected partition.
40. CASH MACHINE BYPASS STATUS – indicates bypassing the 11. 24H CASH MACHINE type
zones in partitions with cash dispenser.
41. POWER SUPPLY – intended for supplying external devices.
42. POWER SUPPLY ON ARMED – dedicated to powering the detectors which should not be
active when the system is disarmed. Gets active when the arming procedure is started
(active during the exit delay countdown).
43. RESETABLE POWER SUPPLY – the power supply output with optional reset by the user. The
programmed cut-off time is the time during which the output will be turned off.
44. FIRE DETECTORS POWER SUPPLY – intended for supplying the fire detectors with automatic
alarm verification. Violating the fire zone will turn the power off (for the time programmed
as the output cut-off time) and if another violation occurs after the power is turned on
again, the fire alarm will be triggered. The output can be reset by the user.
45. PARTITION BLOCK STATUS – indicates a temporary blocking of the partition armed status. If
the output cut-off time is different from 0, the output will signal that the partition blocking is
ending (the output will turn on for a programmed time before the blocking ends).
46. OUTPUTS LOGICAL AND – active when all the control outputs with normal polarity are
active and all the control outputs with reversed polarity are inactive (because of the POL.+
option, the output can be used for logical negation). See: “Logical functions of outputs”
p. 63.
47. OUTPUTS LOGICAL OR – active when any control output with normal polarity is active or
any control output with reversed polarity is inactive (because of the POL.+ option, the
output can be used for logical negation). See: “Logical functions of outputs” p. 63.
48...63 VOICE MESSAGE 1–16 – activated by the telephone messaging function. It enables any
external device to be used for playback of notification messages. When programming the
telephone messaging, the number of message to be played back is to be programmed.
The messaging will turn on the corresponding output.
64...79 REMOTE SWITCH 1–16 – intended for control using the telephone (DTMF). The control
is available to the users having a telephone code. Additionally, the outputs can be
controlled using the user OUTS CONTROL function (see: USER MANUAL).
If an output of the REMOTE SWITCH type is to be controlled from the keypad, it must be
assigned to a group of outputs (see: “Output groups” p. 62).
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If a cut-off time has been programmed for a REMOTE SWITCH type output, the output will
operate similarly to the 24. MONO SWITCH type output.
80. NO GUARD TOUR – indicates lack of guard tour.
81. AC LOSS (MAINBOARD) - LONG – indicates the loss of AC power supply to the control panel
mainboard, when the trouble lasts long enough to be saved to the event log (see: AC LOSS
REPORT DELAY parameter p. 69).
82. AC LOSS (EXPANSION MODULE) - LONG – indicates the loss of AC power supply to the
modules with power supply unit, when the trouble lasts long enough to be saved to the
event log (the delay is programmed individually in each module).
83. OUTPUTS OFF – active when all selected outputs are turned off.
84. ACCESS CODE ENTERING – indicates the entering the user code.
85. USE OF ACCESS CODE – indicates the using a code for arming/disarming.
86. DOOR OPEN INDICATOR – indicates the opening the door supervised by a module executing
the access control functions.
87. DOOR TOO LONG OPENED INDICATOR – indicates the long open door supervised by a module
executing the access control functions.
88. BURGLARY ALARM (NO FIRE AND TAMPER) – signals burglary alarms and PANIC alarms from
keypads.
89. 50% OF LOG MEMORY FILLED – informs that 50% of the event log area has been filled since
the last event log reading with the DLOADX program.
90. 90% OF LOG MEMORY FILLED – informs that 90% of the event log area has been filled since
the last event log reading with the DLOADX program.
91. AUTO-ARM DELAY START – signals starting the AUTO-ARMING DELAY countdown for a
programmed time period (see: p. 43).
92. AUTO-ARM DELAY STATUS – indicates the AUTO-ARMING DELAY countdown (see: p. 43).
93. UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS – signals unauthorized opening of a door monitored by the module
executing access control functions.
94. ALARM – UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS – similarly as type 93, but the signaling only applies to
modules with enabled ALARM ON UNAUTH. ACCESS option.
95. IP REPORTING TROUBLE – signals troubles related to reporting over Ethernet and by means
of GPRS.
96. TELEPHONE LINE TROUBLE – informs about telephone communication troubles.
In the case of INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel, the output type 96 is called GSM
TROUBLES and indicates the GSM communication related troubles.
97. VOICE MESSAGE – similarly as types 48-63, but the numbers of synthesizers (messages)
must be selected.
98. REMOTE SWITCH – similarly as types 64-79, but the numbers of remote switches must be
selected.
99. ACCESS CARD READ – signals read-in of the user card.
100. CARD HOLD – DOWN – signals holding the user card.
101. CARD READ – EXPANDER – signals that the card has been read in indicated
modules/keypads.
The 101. CARD READ – EXPANDER type output may be used for execution of the access
control function from INT-KLCDR or INT-KLFR keypad. To do so:
 in the output settings, indicate the keypad on which reading in the card will activate
the output, and the partitions from which the users will be able to open the door,
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 in the keypad settings, assign the door opening function to presenting / holding the
card and indicate the 101. CARD READ – EXPANDER type zone as the door to be
opened.
102. LINK TROUBLE – WIRELESS ZONE – signals lack of communication with wireless devices
assigned to the selected zones.
103. LINK TROUBLE – WIRELESS OUTPUT – signals lack of communication with wireless devices
assigned to the selected outputs.
104. WIRELESS DEVICE – LOW BATTERY – signals some problems with power supply of wireless
devices.
105. SHUTTER UP – dedicated for raising the roll shutters. It becomes active after violation of
selected zones or disarming of selected partitions. It can also be triggered from the
keypad, by means of the user function OUTS CONTROL. The cut-off time programmed for
the output should be longer than that required for raising the roll shutters.
106. SHUTTER DOWN – dedicated for lowering the roll shutters. It becomes active after
violation of selected zones or arming of selected partitions (upon starting the arming
procedure). It can also be triggered from the keypad, by means of the user function OUTS
CONTROL. The cut-off time programmed for the output should be longer than that required
for lowering the roll shutters.
The roller shutter “up” and “down” functions must be assigned to consecutive
(following each other) physical outputs.
If the 105. SHUTTER UP and 106. SHUTTER DOWN type outputs are to be controlled from
the keypad, they must be assigned to a group of outputs (see: “Output groups” p. 62).
For the 105. SHUTTER UP and 106. SHUTTER DOWN type outputs, indicate a partition so
that these outputs can be controlled from the keypad serving the given partition. If the
partition status is not to control the output status, enable the NOT CONTROLLED BY
ARMING option.
107. CARD ON READER A – indicates the proximity card / DALLAS iButton read-in by the
expander reader A. It can also signal card reading in the LCD keypad.
108. CARD ON READER B – indicates the proximity card / DALLAS iButton read-in by the
expander reader B. It can also signal card reading in the LCD keypad.
109. ZONES LOGICAL AND – active, when all zones selected as the control ones are violated.
110. ALARM – NOT VERIFIED – signals unverified alarms.
111. ALARM – VERIFIED – signals verified alarms.
112. VERIFIED – NO ALARM – informs that the alarm has not been verified (during the alarm
verification no alarm was triggered by any other zone included in the verification).
113. VERIFICATION DISABLED STATUS – signals disabling alarm verification.
114. ZONE TEST STATUS – indicates the zone testing by means of user functions.
115. ARMING TYPE STATUS – active when selected partitions are armed in the selected mode.
116. INTERNAL SIREN – signals the same alarms and violations as the 1. BURGLARY or 9. DAY
ALARM output type (logic product of the 1. BURGLARY and 9. DAY ALARM outputs).
117. TAMPERING STATUS – informs about tamper of selected zones, keypads and expanders.
118. KEYFOB BATTERY LOW – informs about low battery in keyfobs belonging to selected
users. Refers to the 433 MHz keyfobs (supported by the INT-RX or INT-RX-S modules) or
the APT-100 keyfobs (supported by the ABAX system).
119. WIRELESS SYSTEM JAMMING – indicates the jamming of device supporting the ABAX
wireless system (INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel, ACU-120, ACU-270, ACU-100 or
ACU-250 controllers).
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Options
Pol.+ – defines the output operating mode (see Table 5).
high-current output
option enabled
option disabled
(normal polarity)
(reversed polarity)
+12V voltage supply
+12V voltage cut-off
active status
+12V voltage cut-off
+12V voltage supply
inactive status
low-current output
option enabled
option disabled
(normal polarity)
(reversed polarity)
shorted to ground
isolated from ground
active status
isolated from ground
shorted to ground
inactive status
Table 5. Functioning of outputs, depending on the POL.+ option.
Pulsating – the option refers to timed outputs. If it is enabled, the output operates in
a pulsating mode. If it is disabled, the output operates continuously.
Latch – the option refers to alarm outputs. If it is enabled, the output will be active until the
alarm is cleared by the user.
Active during violation – the option applies to the 24. MONO SWITCH output. If enabled, the
output is always active when a control zone is violated, and the countdown of output cutoff time will only be running after the violation ends.
Timer activates/deactivates – the option applies to the 24. MONO SWITCH and 25. BI SWITCH
outputs. If enabled, the output can be controlled by selected timers. Turning the timer ON
activates the output (in case of the 24. MONO SWITCH type output – for a programmed
time), and turning the timer OFF deactivates the output.
Not controlled by arming – the option refers to the 105. SHUTTER UP and 106. SHUTTER
DOWN type outputs. If enabled, the partition arming / disarming has no effect on the output
status.
5.4
Output triggering
Zones – indicate the zones. The output will be controlled by events related to these zones.
LCD keypads – indicate the LCD keypads. The output will be controlled by events related to
these LCD keypads.
Partitions – indicate the partitions/partition keypads. The output will be controlled by events
related to these partitions/partition keypads.
Timers – indicate the timers which will control the output.
Master users / users – indicate the masters/users. The output will be controlled by events
related to these masters/users.
Outputs – indicate the output. The output will be controlled by events related to these
outputs.
Expanders – indicate the expanders. The output will be controlled by events related to these
expanders.
Troubles – indicate the troubles. The output will be activated by occurrence of these
troubles.
Voice mess. – indicate the synthesizers. The output will be active when the voice messages
with indicated numbers are played back.
Remote switches – indicate the remote switches. The users will control the output by
controlling the selected switches via the telephone.
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Burglary zones in partition – indicate the partition in which the output will be activated by
starting the test of burglary zones.
Fire/technical zones in partition – indicate the partition in which the output will be activated
by starting the test of fire or technical zones.
Arm mode – indicate the arm mode whose activation will activate the output.
Telephone usage type – indicate which cases of using the telephone communication by the
alarm control panel will activate the output.
5.5
Clearing alarm in partitions
Indicate the partitions in which alarm clearing will be available (the users having access to
these partitions will be able to clear the alarm).
The alarm must be signaled in the partition where it is to be cleared. If no alarm is
being signaled by the given partition, it will be impossible to clear it.
5.6
Output disabling
Disabling timers – for the 105. SHUTTER UP and 106. SHUTTER DOWN type outputs, you can
indicate the timers which will block the output. When the timer is active, disarming
(105. SHUTTER UP) / arming (106. SHUTTER DOWN) will not activate the output.
Partitions – for the 11. CHIME type output, you can indicate the partitions from which the user
will be able to block the output using the OUTPUTS CHIME function.
5.7
Output groups
Fig. 7. Window “Output groups” in the DLOADX program.
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The outputs of MONO SWITCH, BI SWITCH, REMOTE SWITCH, SHUTTER UP and SHUTTER DOWN
type can be grouped by the function performed by them. Each group may be given a name.
The output groups can be defined:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the OUTPUT GROUPS function,
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Output groups” window (to open the window, press
the “Output groups” button in the “Outputs” window).
If all outputs are assigned to one group of outptuts, the keypad will not display the list
of output groups upon starting the REMOTE CONTROL user function, but it will
immediately display the list of outputs which can be controlled.
The output can be assigned to a few groups.
If the output is not assigned to any group, it cannot be controlled from the keypad.
5.8
Output state indicating
In case of the 24. MONO SWITCH, 25. BI SWITCH and 64...79 REMOTE SWITCH 1...16 type
outputs, the output status can be presented according to the zone status. This is useful, if the
control panel output is to only pass a control pulse to switch the device on/off, and the
information on the current state of the device is supplied to the control panel zone.
You can define how the output status will be presented:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the OUTS STATE BY function (OUTPUT
GROUPS OUTS STATE BY),
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Output groups” window, “Output state indicating” tab
(to open the window, press the “Output groups” button in the “Outputs” window).
5.9
Logical functions of outputs
It is possible to use any number of outputs as virtual outputs to control the 46. OUTPUTS
LOGICAL AND or 47. OUTPUTS LOGICAL OR type output.
Example of using output functions 46 and 47
1. Assign functions to the outputs which do not physically exist:
– output 63: function 1. BURGLARY,
– output 64: function 23. ARM/DISARM BEEP.
2. Program the output 1, to which the siren is connected, as 47. OUTPUTS LOGICAL OR, and
select the outputs 63 and 64 as the controlling ones. The output 1 will be turned on, if the
output 63 or 64 is active.
3. Program the output 62, which does not exist physically, as 26. TIMER type. Program the
timer, which is to control the output, as a daily one, turned on at 16.00 and turned off at
8.00.
4. Program the output 2, to which the siren is connected, as 46. OUTPUTS LOGICAL AND, and
indicate the outputs 1 and 62 as the controlling outputs. As a result, the output 2 will
signal alarms and confirmation of partition arming/disarming, but only from 16:00 to 8:00.
Beyond these hours, the output will be inactive.
5.10 Output testing
Using the function available in the service mode menu in the keypad (OUTPUTS TEST),
you can test the outputs. After starting the function, the list of system outputs will be
displayed. Select the output to be tested and press the
or  key. The keypad will display
a submenu which enables the output testing. By using the
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activate/deactivate the output. You can also deactivate the output by means of the numerical
keys. Press
to quit the submenu and return to the list of system outputs.
The output under test will stop performing its previous function (if it was active, it will
be deactivated).
If there are wireless sirens in the system, starting the function of output testing will
unblock the signaling in them (the signaling is normally blocked for the service mode
duration). It should be remembered that the command to block/unblock the signaling is
sent out during polling. This will cause a delay whose duration depends on the
programmed response period.
When testing the control output for ASP-205 wireless siren, it should be remembered
that the signaling is only triggered during the polling.
6. System options
Most of the options and parameters described in this section can be programmed:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the functions available in the OPTIONS
submenu,
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Options” window.
Shown in square brackets are the names used in keypads.
6.1
Telephone options
Reporting - TELEPHONE [Mon.TELEPHONE] – with this option enabled, the control panel
can send event codes by means of the telephone line (in the case of INTEGRA 128-WRL
control panel – the GSM voice channel).
Reporting - GPRS [Mon.GPRS] – with this option enabled, the control panel can send event
codes using GPRS technology (the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel or another control
panel to which the SATEL GSM module is connected). This does not apply to the TELIM
format.
Reporting - ETHM [Mon.ETHM-1] – with this option enabled, the control panel will be able to
send event codes to the monitoring station via the Ethernet network (the SATEL ETHM-1 /
ETHM-1 Plus module must be connected to the control panel). This does not apply to the
TELIM format.
SMS reporting [Mon. SMS] – with this option enabled, the control panel can send event
codes to the monitoring station in the form of SMS messages. only INTEGRA 128-WRL
Telephone messaging [Messaging] – if this option is enabled, the control panel can send
notifications via the telephone network of the occurrence of specific events using voice or
text messages defined by the installer.
Answering - modem [Modem answer.] – with this option enabled, external initiation of the
communication between modem and control panel is possible.
Answering - audio [Voice answer.] – with this option enabled, the control panel will carry out
the function of call answering.
The ANSWERING - AUDIO option must be enabled, if the users are to operate the alarm
system using the interactive voice menu offered by the INT-VG module.
Remote control – with this option enabled, the control panel allows the users having
a telephone code to operate the REMOTE SWITCH outputs by using a phone. The option is
available if the ANSWERING – AUDIO is enabled.
External modem [External modem] – with this option enabled, the control panel will support
an external modem connected to the control panel RS-232 port.
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Modem ISDN/GSM/ETHM [ISDN/GSM modem] – enable this option if the GSM, ISDN or
ETHM-1 / ETHM-1 Plus module is connected as the external modem. The option is
available if the EXTERNAL MODEM option has been enabled.
Answering - ETHM/GSM [Ext.mod.answ.] – if this option is enabled, it is possible to initiate
communication with the control panel from the outside, by means of the ETHM-1 / ETHM-1
Plus module, GSM or ISDN modem. The option is available, if the EXTERNAL MODEM and
MODEM ISDN/GSM/ETHM options are enabled. The option is not available when the
ANSWERING - MODEM option is enabled, which also enables communication with the control
panel to be initiated from the outside, by means of the ETHM-1 / ETHM-1 Plus module,
GSM or ISDN modem.
Tone dialing – with this option enabled, the control panel will tone dial the telephone
numbers (pulse dial, if this option is disabled).
Ground Start – with this option enabled, the control panel will use the Ground Start method
to obtain signal on the telephone line (by grounding temporarily the telephone line wires).
Enable this option, if required by your phone service provider.
No dial tone test [No dialton.tst] – with this option enabled, the control panel will not perform
the test for dial tone before dialing the number and will start dialing the number 5 seconds
after going “off hook”. This makes it possible for the control panel to dial the number when
some non-standard tones occur after going off hook (e.g. interrupted tone). When this
option is disabled, the control panel will start dialing the number 3 seconds after going off
hook, provided that the dial tone is present.
No answer test – with this option enabled, in case of notifying by means of voice
messages, the control panel will not perform the test for “off hook” condition. The
voice message will be played back 15 seconds after completion of the number dialing.
Double voice message [Dbl. voice msg.] – with this option enabled, the voice message is
played back twice during telephone messaging.
Double call – with this option enabled, the control panel must be called twice for the modem
communication to be established. The first time you must wait for the preprogrammed
number of rings and hang up. Then you must call back within three minutes and the
control panel will answer the call immediately. This solution makes it possible to connect
after the control panel some additional devices which will be activated after a preset
number of rings (e.g. answering machine, fax, etc.).
Pulse dialing 1/1.5 (off 1/2) – this option applies to dialing the telephone numbers by using
the pulse mode. Before you enable it, make yourself familiar with the valid standard of
pulse dialing.
Rings before answer [Rings to answer] – number of rings after which the control panel will
go off hook.
6.2
Printer options
Printing – the option enables on-line events printout by the printer connected to the RS-232
port of control panel mainboard.
6.2.1
Printout options
Include reporting status [Monitor.status] – on the printout will appear the information if the
particular event was sent to the monitoring station (printout of the event information will
take place not immediately but after transmission to the station has been completed).
Print names / descriptions [Names/descript] – determines if, besides the numbers of zones,
outputs, modules and users, also their names and descriptions are to be printed.
Wide paper – printout width will be 132 columns (if the option is disabled: 80 columns).
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2400 bps (off:1200 bps) – data will be sent to RS-232 port at a rate of 2400 bps (if the
option is disabled - at a rate of 1200 bps).
CR+LF (off: CR) – parameter determining the control mode of paper feed in the printer.
Use parity bit – the parity check of data transferred from the control panel to the printer is
enabled.
Parity EVEN (off: ODD) – option determines the mode of parity check of data transferred
from the control panel to the printer. The option is relevant only if the USE PARITY BIT option
is active.
The other parameters of RS-232 transmission are permanently programmed (8 data
bits, 1 stop bit).
All the parameters regarding transmission through RS-232 (i.e. transmission rate,
CR+LF, parity, data bits and stop bits) are to be set identically on the control panel and
on the connected printer. Otherwise the printer will not operate at all, or the printout
will be illegible.
6.2.2
Printout contents
The options define what kind of information will be contained in the printout.
6.3
Other options
Permitted “simple” access codes [Simple codes] – with this option enabled, with this
option enabled, it is possible to use codes containing less than three different digits (e.g.
1111 or 1212) or consisting of consecutive digits (e.g. 3456).
Notify of necessity to change access code [Notify of code] – with this option enabled, the
keypad will notify the user of the necessity to change access code, if it is known to other
users.
Confirm commands with “1” [Confirm with 1] – if this option is enabled, the LCD keypad
will require, in case of some functions, additional confirmation with the key 1.
Clear messaging on alarm clearing [Autoabort msg.] – with this option enabled, clearing
the alarm can automatically cancel messaging about this alarm, if the user clearing the
alarm has the TELEPHONE MESSAGING CANCELING right.
Return to menu from Service Mode [SM -> menu] – if this option is enabled, exiting the
service mode will be followed by return to the user menu instead of to the basic operating
mode of the keypad.
Return to menu from menu “Test” [Tests -> menu] – if this option is enabled, exiting the
user function available in the TESTS or CHANGE OPTIONS submenu will be followed by return
to the submenu instead of to the basic operating mode of the keypad.
Fast module bus communication [Fast exp. bus] – it is recommended to enable this option
to speed up communication with the modules. The option should only be disabled in case
of extended security alarm systems, where electric interference may cause problems with
communication.
No module restart reports [No rest. mon.] – when the option is enabled and the Contact ID
or SIA format is used for reporting, no event codes referring to module restarts will be sent
to the monitoring station.
Service message after tamper alarm [Inf.aft.tamper] – when the option is enabled, after any
tamper alarm, the keypads can display on LCD display the message informing that service
maintenance is necessary. The message will be cleared after entering the service code
and confirming it with the key.
Backlight off on AC loss [No AC-no blght] – when this option is enabled, the backlighting in
keypads can be automatically switched off in case of 230 V AC power loss.
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Block keypad after 3 wrong codes [Blk aft.w.code] – with this option enabled, entering an
invalid code (reading in an invalid card / DALLAS iButton) three times will block the keypad
(reader) for 90 seconds. After expiry of that time, each next entry of an invalid code (readin of an invalid card / DALLAS iButton) will block the device immediately.
Trouble memory until review [Troubl. memory] – if the option is enabled, the trouble
memory can be signaled until it will be cleared (clearing the trouble memory is possible
when exiting the function of viewing troubles in the keypad or in the “Troubles” window,
DLOADX program).
Do not show alarm if armed [Hide alarms] – with this option enabled, no alarms will be
indicated in keypads during the armed mode.
Limit events [Events limit.] – with this option enabled, while armed events from the same
source will be saved into the event log and reported to the monitoring station 3 times only.
Alarming zones review [View clear.al.] – if this option is enabled, in the LCD keypad the
zones that triggered the alarm can be reviewed immediately after the alarm is cleared.
Grade 2 – with this option enabled, the system operates as required by the EN 50131
standard for Grade 2, i.e.:
– starting the arming procedure may be impossible, or, if started, the arming procedure
may fail, if some zones are violated in the partition, or there is a trouble in the system,
– LCD keypads, partition keypads, proximity card arm/disarm devices and reader
expanders do not signal alarms,
– the
LEDs in keypads indicate alarms only when code has been entered and
confirmed with the
key,
– the blinking
LED in keypads means that there is a trouble in the system, some
zones are bypassed, or there has been an alarm,
– new access codes in the system must be composed of at least 5 characters (USER CODE
MIN. LENGTH parameter),
– the following global options are enabled (cannot be disabled):
TROUBLE MEMORY UNTIL REVIEW,
DO NOT SHOW ALARM IF ARMED,
BLOCK KEYPAD AFTER 3 WRONG CODES,
WARN WHILE ARMING IF TROUBLE,
DISPLAY VIOLATED/BYPASSED ZONES ON ARMING,
– the following global options are disabled (cannot be enabled):
DO NOT ARM IF TAMPERED,
DO NOT ARM IF BATTERY TROUBLE,
REQUIRED SYSTEM RESET AFTER VERIFIED ALARM,
DO NOT ARM IF TROUBLE,
DO NOT ARM IF OUTPUTS TROUBLE,
DO NOT ARM IF REPORTING TROUBLE,
– the TAMPER ALARM ALWAYS LOUD option is disabled for all zones, keypad and expander
buses (the option cannot be enabled),
– the VALID WITHIN 60 SEC option is enabled for all partitions (cannot be disabled),
– the entry delay time (global and for individual zones) can be up to 45 seconds (if longer,
it will be automatically reduced),
– the REPORTING DELAY option is enabled for the 4. PERIMETER, 5. INSTANT, 6. EXIT,
7. DAY/NIGHT and 64...79 BYPASSING – GROUP: 1...16 zone types (the option cannot be
disabled),
– the ABORT DELAY option is enabled for the 0. ENTRY/EXIT, 1. ENTRY, 2. DELAYED,
3. INTERIOR DELAYED, 85. ENTRY/EXIT – CONDITIONAL, 86. ENTRY/EXIT – FINAL,
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94. ENTRY/EXIT INTERIOR and 95. ENTRY INTERIOR zone types (the option cannot be
disabled),
– the PRIORITY option is enabled for the 9. 24H TAMPER zone type (the option cannot be
disabled),
– the AUTO-RESET 3 and AUTO-RESET 1 options are disabled for the 12. PANIC AUDIBLE and
13. PANIC SILENT zone types (the options cannot be enabled),
– AC loss report delay (for the control panel and all modules with power supply units) can
be up to 60 minutes (if longer, it will be automatically reduced),
– the quick arming is not possible (relevant parameters in keypads settings are
automatically modified),
– the SHOW ARM MESSAGES option is enabled in all keypads (it cannot be disabled),
– the following options are disabled in all keypads (they cannot be enabled):
SIGNALING TROUBLES IN PARTIALLY ARM,
SIGNAL NEW TROUBLE,
ALARM MESSAGES: PARTITIONS,
ALARM MESSAGES: ZONES,
SHOW VIOLATED ZONES,
DISPLAY MODE SWITCHING,
– it is not possible to view the status of zones, partitions, alarms, trouble memory and
current troubles by pressing and holding down the dedicated keypad keys (the
corresponding options are disabled and cannot be enabled),
– it is not possible to present information on partition status in the bottom line of keypad
display (relevant parameters in the keypad settings will be automatically modified),
– after entering the user menu by means of the service code, you will get access in the
EVENTS submenu to the GRADE 2 function, which enables viewing the events required by
EN 50131 for Grade 2,
– the SYSTEM STATE user function provides information about alarms, bypassed zones,
troubles and partition status (disarmed or type of armed mode).
Tamper if no communication with ABAX device (2h) [L.no ABAX=tamp] – with this option
enabled, tamper alarm will be triggered if there is no communication with a wireless device
of the ABAX system for 2 hours.
No shortcuts in menu – if this option is enabled, the user menu shortcuts are not supported.
6.4
Arming options
Display violated/bypassed zones on arming [Arm, view viol] – if this option is enabled, the
user will be informed of the violated / bypassed zones when arming the system from
keypad.
If the system is being armed in the “full + bypasses” mode, bypasses and violations of
the zones for which the BYPASSED IF NO EXIT option is enabled are not checked.
If the system is being armed in the “without interior” or “without interior and without
entry delay” mode, bypasses and violations of the 3. INTERIOR DELAYED type zones are
not checked (unless the DELAY IN 2&3 TYPE ARMING option is enabled for the zone).
Warn while arming if trouble [Arm, warn.trb.] – if this option is enabled, the user will be
informed of the existing troubles, if any, when arming the system from keypad.
Do not arm if tampered [If tamper] – if this option is enabled, arming will be impossible if
a tamper is discovered.
Do not arm if reporting trouble [If monit.trbl.] – if this option is enabled, arming will be
impossible in case of any problems with reporting.
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Do not arm if battery trouble [If batt. trbl.] – if this option is enabled, arming will be
impossible in case of a battery failure.
Do not arm if outputs trouble [If outs. trbl.] – if this option is enabled, arming will be
impossible when the control panel detects that the mainboard outputs are overloaded or
devices connected to these outputs are cut off.
Do not arm if trouble [If other trbl.] – if this option is enabled, arming will be impossible in
case of a trouble.
Required system reset after verified alarm [If verif. al.] – if this option is enabled, arming
will be impossible after a verified alarm.
The options DO NOT ARM IF TAMPERED, DO NOT ARM IF BATTERY TROUBLE, DO NOT ARM IF
TROUBLE, DO NOT ARM IF OUTPUTS TROUBLE and DO NOT ARM IF REPORTING TROUBLE are
available, when the WARN WHILE ARMING IF TROUBLE option is enabled.
6.5
Times
Global entry delay – parameter taken into account in the delayed zones, for which the
programmed ENTRY DELAY is equal to 0.
Global alarm time – time of signaling alarm in keypads, proximity card arm/disarm devices,
proximity card readers and DALLAS chip readers.
No armed indication after – time counted from the moment of partition arming, during which
information about armed status is displayed on the keypads.
AC loss report delay – time during which the control panel must not receive AC power so
that information of it can be saved to the event log. Having programmed the value 0
means that the information of AC power loss will not be saved to the event log.
Tel. line loss report delay – time during which abnormal voltage must be on the telephone
line for the control panel to report the telephone line trouble. A delay in reporting the
trouble prevents sending information about short-time voltage dips (e.g. during a phone
call) or decays.
Default part. block time – the time period during which the WITH TEMPORARY BLOCK type
partitions with enabled DEFAULT BLOCK TIME option will be blocked.
Summer/winter time [Daylight saving] – the control panel can automatically adjust the clock
settings due to a change from the summer time to the winter time according to the
selected schedule.
Summer time from – if the control panel clock is to be corrected by 1 or 2 hours according to
dates, you should enter the dates (day, month) after the clock is changed to the summer
time (moved forward).
Winter time from – if the control panel clock is to be corrected by 1 or 2 hours according to
dates, you should enter the dates (day, month) after the clock is changed to the winter
time (moved back).
RTC clock correction [Clock adjustm.] – if the accuracy of control panel clock is inadequate,
the clock settings may be adjusted once per 24 hours (at midnight) by a defined time. The
correction time is programmed in seconds. The maximum correction can be ±19 seconds
per 24 hours.
Time server – if the control panel is to synchronize the time with the server (automatically
and after suitable function is enabled by the installer or master user), enter the address of
time server supporting the NTP protocol. Time synchronization is possible for the
INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel and any other panel to which the ETHM-1 / ETHM-1
Plus module is connected.
Time zone – if the control panel is to synchronize the time with the server, indicate the time
zone, i.e. the difference between the universal time (GMT) and the zone time.
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Do not report time server trouble [No t.serv.trbl] – with this option enabled, no trouble will
be reported if there is no communication with the time server.
6.6
Service options and parameters
In the keypad, most of the options and parameters, as described below, are available in SM
SETTINGS submenu.
Service access code – a code that allows access to the service mode, as well as some
functions in the user menu.
Disable service mode [Block SM] – with this option enabled, entering the service mode
“from pins” (by hardware means) will be impossible (entering the service mode “from pins”
will only be possible if the control panel factory settings are restored).
Disable downloading [Block DWNL] – with this option enabled, starting communication with
the DLOADX program “from pins” will be impossible.
Hide service mode after [Hide SM after] – the time counted from the last operation
performed in the service menu, after expiry of which the service mode menu will be hidden
(see: p. 6). If value 0 is programmed, the automatic hiding of the service mode will be
disabled.
Service mode beep [SM sounds] – with this option enabled, the service mode will be
acoustically signaled in the keypad.
User code min. length [Min. code length] – the minimum required number of digits in the
user code. The parameter will be taken into account when creating and editing the codes
(but it has no effect on the codes already existing in the system).
6.7
Other parameters
Prefix length – the required number of digits in the prefix. Entering a number different from 0
means that from now each code will have to be preceded by a prefix:
– normal – for everyday use. By default, it consists of a suitable number of digits 0 (e.g. if
the prefix length has been set at 4, the default prefix will be: 0000),
– DURESS – to be used, when the user is forced to enter the code. If used, a silent alarm
will be triggered. By default, it consists of a suitable number of digits 4 (e.g. if the prefix
length has been set at 3, the default prefix will be: 444).
The prefixes and their validity can be programmed by the administrator (master), using the
CHANGE PREFIX function.
Each change of the prefix length restores the prefix factory values.
The service code need not be preceded by a suitable prefix – it is enough when the
number of digits preceding the code matches the prefix length.
PING test – the ETHM-1 (firmware version 1.05 or newer) / ETHM-1 Plus modules can test
communications by using the PING command sent to the indicated network device. The
ETHM-1 / ETHM-1 Plus module will be testing communication after the parameters
described below are configured and the PING TEST option is enabled in the module itself.
In the DLOADX program, you can program the PING test parameters in the “Structure”
window, “Hardware” tab, after you click on the keypad bus.
Address to test [PING] – address of the device to which the module is to send the PING
command to test communications. It can be entered as an IP address (4 decimal
numbers separated by dots) or as a name.
Period [PING period] – the interval between consecutive communication tests by using the
PING command. If value 0 is programmed, the communication test will be disabled.
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Tries no. before trouble [PING tries] – the number of unsuccessful communication tests
(the module has received no answer to the PING command sent) after which trouble will
be reported. If value 0 is programmed, the communication test will be disabled.
Integration encryption key [Integrate key] – if the ETHM-1 / ETHM-1 Plus module is used
for integration of the control panel with other systems and the communication over
Ethernet network is to be encrypted, enter the key with which the data will be encrypted:
up to 12 alphanumeric characters. In the DLOADX program, the encryption key can be
programmed in the “Structure” window, “Hardware” tab, after clicking on the keypad bus.
6.8
Default user's authority level
You can define which user rights will be automatically assigned to a new user. The list of
permissions can be modified during user creating or editing.
7. GSM phone only INTEGRA 128-WRL
You can program the GSM phone settings in the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the functions available in the GSM
submenu (STRUCTURE HARDWARE GSM),
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Structure” window, “Hardware” tab, after clicking on
the “GSM phone”.
7.1
GSM phone parameters and options
Shown in the square brackets are the names, as used in the keypads.
GSM phone [Use GSM phone] – when the option is enabled, the control panel supports the
GSM communicator. The option may be disabled if the GSM communicator is not to be
used (e.g. SIM card is not installed, etc.). Disabling the option will thus prevent any GSM
related troubles from being unnecessarily reported.
PIN [PIN code] – PIN code of the SIM card.
If the PIN code of SIM card is inconsistent with that entered in the control panel
settings, the control panel will inform of it by means of a suitable message and an
audible signal in the LCD keypad. After 255 seconds the control panel will retry to use
the PIN code. If the PIN code is wrong, the control panel will signal it again. After the
third attempt to use a wrong PIN code, the card will be blocked. In such a case, the
PUK code will have to be entered.
PUK code – the parameter available in the keypad only (STRUCTURE HARDWARE GSM
PUK CODE), when as a result of entering invalid PIN code the SIM card has been
blocked. After entering a correct PUK code, confirmed by pressing the key, the SIM card
will by unblocked, receiving a new PIN code.
Modem format – transmission standard suitable for the modem with which the GSM module
communicates.
SMS center no. – telephone number of the short message service center. Entering the
number is necessary if the GSM communicator is to send SMS messages. The number
entered in the control panel must correspond to the network in which the GSM
communicator is used (this depends on the SIM card installed in the control panel).
GSM band – selection of the frequency bands which are to be supported by the GSM phone.
The function is available for the electronics board version 2.1 or newer. If no band is
selected, the phone will support all bands.
GSM auto-restart after [Autorestart[h]] – idle time of the GSM phone after which it is
restarted. To be defined in hours.
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GPRS
GPRS APN – access point name for Internet GPRS connection.
Username [User] – user name for Internet GPRS connection.
Password [Passwd] – password for Internet GPRS connection.
DNS server – IP address of DNS server to be used by the control panel. It is necessary for
GPRS communication, when the address of device to which the control panel is to connect
(computer with DLOADX or GUARDX program, monitoring station) has been entered in
the form of a name. If all addresses are entered in the form of an IP address (4 decimal
numbers, separated by dots), the DNS server address need not be programmed.
The GPRS parameters can be obtained from the GSM network operator.
DLOADX connection
Address [Addr. D] – address of the computer with DLOADX program with which the control
panel is to communicate using GPRS technology. It can be entered as an IP address
(4 decimal numbers separated by dots) or as a name.
Port [Port D] – number of the network port through which communication with DLOADX
program will be effected.
SMS [SMS DLOADX] – control command which can be sent in the SMS message to the
control panel to initialize (modem or GPRS) communication between the control panel and
the DLOADX program.
GUARDX connection
Address [Addr. G] – address of the computer with GUARDX program with which the control
panel is to communicate using GPRS technology. It can be entered as an IP address
(4 decimal numbers separated by dots) or as a name.
Port [Port G] – number of the network port through which communication with GUARDX
program will be effected.
SMS [SMS GUARDX] – control command which can be sent in the SMS message to the
control panel to initialize (modem or GPRS) communication between the control panel and
the GUARDX program.
Advanced [Audio]
The GSM phone sound settings are modifiable. In most cases, the factory default settings are
optimal for correct communication.
8. Programming the keypads
You can program the keypads:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the functions available in the LCD
KEYPADS submenu (STRUCTURE HARDWARE LCD KEYPADS) – having selected the
SETTINGS or NAMES function, choose the keypad,
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Structure” window, “Hardware” tab, after clicking on
the keypad name.
8.1
Keypad parameters and options
This section covers the INT-KLCD, INT-KLCDR, INT-KLCDK, INT-KLCDL,
INT-KLCDS and INT-KLFR keypads. Parameters and options for other keypads are
described in their respective dedicated manuals.
Shown in the square brackets are the names, as used in the keypads.
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Fig. 8. Example of LCD keypad settings.
8.1.1
Keypad
Name – individual name of the LCD keypad (up to 16 characters).
Partitions managed by keypad [Partitions] – partitions which can be armed/disarmed or
alarm in which may be cancelled from the keypad. These functions are available to the
users having appropriate rights and access to these partitions.
Using the service code you can operate all partitions, irrespective of which partitions
are operated by the keypad.
Show alarms of partitions [Alarms] – the keypad can signal burglary alarms from selected
partitions.
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Show fire alarms of partitions [Fire alarms] – the keypad can signal fire alarms from
selected partitions.
CHIME signal of zones [Chime zones] – the keypad can audibly signal violation of selected
zones. If the zone is armed, violation will not trigger the CHIME signal.
Zone disabling CHIME [Chime bps. zone] – zone, which, if violated, will disable the CHIME
feature for specified time.
Bypass time [Chime bps. time] – time during which the CHIME signal will be disabled after
violation of the zone which disables the signaling (time is counted from the zone restore). If
the value 0 is programmed, the signaling will not be disabled.
Quick Arm partitions [Quick Arm] – partitions which will be armed in case of the quick
arming (see: USER MANUAL).
Show entry delay of partitions [Entry time p.] – information on entry delay countdown in
selected partitions can be displayed on the keypad.
Show exit delay of partitions [Exit time p.] – information on exit delay countdown in
selected partitions can be displayed on the keypad.
Date/Time format – the format in which the date and time are to be displayed on the keypad.
LCD backlight – selection of the display backlighting type.
Keys backlight – selection of the keypad backlighting type.
Alarm messages
Partitions [Part.alarm msg.] – if this option is enabled, messages on partition alarms will be
displayed (they contain the name of partition).
Zones [Zone alarm msg.] – if this option is enabled, messages on alarms from zones will be
displayed (they contain the name of zone). The zone alarm messages have the priority.
Alarms
FIRE [Fire alarm] – if this option is enabled, pressing the
trigger the fire alarm.
PANIC [Panic alarm] – if this option is enabled, pressing the
will trigger the panic alarm.
key for approx. 3 seconds will
key for approx. 3 seconds
AUX. [Medical alarm] – if this option is enabled, pressing the
key for approx. 3 seconds
will trigger the medical alarm.
3 wrong codes [3 wrong codes] – if this option is enabled, entering incorrect code three
times will trigger the alarm.
Additional options
Silent PANIC alarm [Silent panic] – if this option is enabled, the panic alarm triggered from
the keypad will be a silent one (without loud signal).
Sign. entry delay [Entry time s.] – with this option enabled, the keypad will audibly signal the
entry delay countdown. The signaling refers to:
 partitions selected when configuring the SHOW ENTRY DELAY OF PARTITIONS parameter
in the following keypads: INT-KLCD (v2.14 or newer) / INT-KLCDR (v2.14 or newer) /
INT-KLFR (v2.14 or newer) / INT-KLCDK (v6.14 or newer) / INT-KLCDL (v6.14 or
newer) / INT-KLCDS (v6.14 or newer),
 partitions selected when configuring the PARTITIONS MANAGED BY KEYPAD parameter in
keypads with older firmware versions.
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Sign. exit delay [Exit time sig.] – with this option enabled, the keypad will audibly signal the
exit delay countdown. The signaling refers to:
 partitions selected when configuring the SHOW EXIT DELAY OF PARTITIONS parameter in
the following keypads: INT-KLCD (v2.14 or newer) / INT-KLCDR (v2.14 or newer) /
INT-KLFR (v2.14 or newer) / INT-KLCDK (v6.14 or newer) / INT-KLCDL (v6.14 or
newer) / INT-KLCDS (v6.14 or newer),
 partitions selected when configuring the PARTITIONS MANAGED BY KEYPAD parameter in
keypads with older firmware versions.
Sign. alarms [Alarm signal.] – with this option enabled, the keypad will signal the alarms
audibly.
Key sounds [Key sounds] – with this option enabled, pressing the keypad keys is confirmed
by beeps.
Sign. trbl. in part. arm [Trbl.in p.arm.] – if this option is enabled, the
LED goes off after
all managed by keypad partitions are armed (if the option is disabled, the LED goes off
after just one of the partitions is armed).
Sign. new trouble [New trbl.sign.] – with this option enabled, the keypad can audibly signal
the occurrence of a new trouble (if the TROUBLE MEMORY UNTIL REVIEW option is enabled).
New trouble signaling is cleared after the troubles have been reviewed by the user.
Show code entering [Show code ent.] – with this option enabled, entering the code is
presented on the keypad display by asterisks.
Show keypad name [Name (2nd row)] – with this option enabled, the keypad name is
presented in the lower line of the display.
Exit delay clearing enable [Fin.exit time] – with this option enabled, the exit delay time in
partitions with the EXIT DELAY CLEARING option enabled can be shortened after pressing in
turn the 9 keys.
Show viol. zones [Zone violation] – with this option enabled, violating the CHIME signal
triggering zone result additionally in the zone name being displayed.
Auto-Arm delay countdown [Auto-arm delay] – with this option enabled, the auto-arm delay
countdown in partition is signaled acoustically.
Displ. mode switching [Dspl.mode chg.] – with the option enabled, you can toggle the
display between the standby mode and the partition status display mode by using the 9
key.
Show disarm messages [Show disarming] – if this option is enabled, the keypad will inform
about disarming with a displayed message at all times. If the option is disabled – only in
case of disarming from the given keypad.
Show arm messages [Show arm] – if this option is enabled, the keypad will inform about
arming with a displayed message (irrespective of how the system was armed).
Communication RS – if this option is enabled, it is possible to connect a computer with
GUARDX program to the LCD keypad RS-232 port.
Quick control [control 8#] – if this option is enabled, the OUTS CONTROL user function can be
started by pressing in turn the 8 keys (without the need to enter the user code).
Zones
For each of the keypad zones can be defined whether it will be used or not.
Auto-backlight
If the backlight of display or keys is to be turned on automatically, you can define whether
and which event will additionally turn on the backlight:
No – backlight will be turned on only when pressing any key.
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Viol. of zone – backlight will be additionally turned on when the selected zone is violated.
Entry delay in part. – backlight will be additionally turned on when starting the entry delay
countdown in the selected partition.
Tamper signaled in part. [Tamper in part.] – selection of the partition in which alarm will be
signaled if the keypad tamper contact is opened or the keypad is disconnected from the
control panel.
8.1.2
Volume/filter
You can adjust the volume level for INT-KLCD, INT-KLCDR and INT-KLFR keypads.
Volume – volume level of the beeps generated during keypad operation (key pressing,
confirmation of performed operation, etc.).
Volume – chime – volume level of the beeps generated after zone violation (CHIME).
Volume – entry delay – volume level of the entry delay beeps.
Volume – exit delay – volume level of the exit delay beeps.
Volume – fire – volume level of the fire alarm beeps.
Volume – alarm – volume level when signaling burglar, panic and medical alarms
Card reader filter [Sensitivity] – sensitivity of the built-in proximity card reader (when
programming with the keypad: 0 – highest sensitivity, 10 – lowest sensitivity). This
parameter is available for the INT-KLCDR keypad with firmware version 1.06 (or newer)
and for other keypads provided with a built-in reader.
8.1.3
State inspections
.
Fig. 9. Keypad “State inspections” tab in DLOADX program.
Key hold-down
Some functions can be run by the users without having to enter the code.
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1 – zone state [Zones] – if this option is enabled, the user can inspect the zone state after
pressing and holding for 3 seconds the key with number 1.
4 – partitions armed [Partitions] – if this option is enabled, the user can inspect the partition
state after pressing and holding for 3 seconds the key with number 4.
5 – alarm events memory [Alarms log] – if this option is enabled, the user can view the
alarms log after pressing and holding for 3 seconds the key with number 5.
6 – trouble memory [Troubles log] – if this option is enabled, the user can view the troubles
log after pressing and holding for 3 seconds the key with number 6.
7 – trouble status [Troubles] – if this option is enabled, the user can view the current
troubles after pressing and holding for 3 seconds the key with number 7.
8 – chime on/off [Chime changing] – if this option is enabled, the user can switch on/off the
CHIME signal in the keypad by pressing and holding for 3 seconds the key with number 8.
Zone state [Zone characters]
You can define the symbols which will be used to illustrate the state of zones on the display.
Partition state [Part. characters]
You can define the symbols which will be used to illustrate the state of partitions on the
display.
Permanently displayed partitions [State part.]
You can select the partitions whose state will be permanently presented in the lower line of
the display. Up to 16 partitions can be selected. The partitions are displayed successively: for
example, if the partitions 3, 6 and 7 are selected, their state will be displayed in the first,
second and third position of the display.
8.1.4
User functions definition
Fig. 10. “User functions definition” tab for keypad in the DLOADX program.
Code+arrows – you can define which functions will be started on entering the code and
pressing the selected arrow key.
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Proximity cards
Proximity card handling parameters are available for the keypads provided with proximity
card readers (INT-KLCDR and INT-KLFR).
Card function
Card read [Card close] – you can select the function executed after presenting the card.
Card holddown [Card close long] – you can select the function executed after holding the
card.
Door [Door to open] – if presenting the card or holding it is to open a door, you must indicate
the door supervised by the access control module or the 101. CARD READ – EXPANDER type
output.
Wrong card
Signal on wrong card [Unkn.card sig.] – if this option is enabled, reading in an unknown
card will be signaled by two long beeps.
Event after 3 readings [Ev.3 unk.cards] – if this option is enabled, reading in an unknown
card three times will save the event.
Alarm after 3 readings [Al.3 unk.cards] – if this option is enabled, reading in an unknown
card three times will trigger an alarm. The option is available, if the EVENT AFTER 3
READINGS option is enabled.
Code+card
Code OR card – the user can use code or card for authentication.
Code AND card – the user must use code and card for authentication.
Follow output – the authentication method depends on the status of selected output (the
output active – code and card; the output inactive – code or card).
In case of the authentication using code and card, the executed function depends on
the second identifier.
9. ABAX system – INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel mainboard
The parameters and options of the ABAX system and wireless devices supported by
INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel mainboard can be programmed:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the functions available in the ABAX INTEGRA submenu (STRUCTURE HARDWARE EXPANDERS SETTINGS ABAX INTEGRA),
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Structure” window, “Hardware” tab, after clicking on
the “Wireless System”.
The procedures of adding / deleting the ABAX wireless devices are described in the
INTEGRA 128-WRL installer manual.
The procedures of adding / deleting and configuring the ABAX keyfobs are described in the
user manual. You can define the list of outputs whose status is to be presented by the ABAX
keyfob LEDs:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the ABAX CONFIRMAT. function
(STRUCTURE HARDWARE EXPANDERS ABAX CONFIRMAT.),
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Keyfobs ABAX” window (the command for opening
this window is available in the “Users” menu).
When connecting the ACU-120, ACU-270, ACU-100 or ACU-250 controller to the
INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel, you should synchronize the data related to APT-
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100 keyfobs. In the keypad, in the service mode, the COPY ABAX KFOBS function is
available (STRUCTURE HARDWARE EXPANDERS COPY ABAX KFOBS), which
enables copying the keyfob related data. In the DLOADX program, to write to a new
controller the data about APT-100 keyfobs already assigned to the users, click on the
“Write to all” button in the “Keyfobs ABAX” window.
9.1
Parameters and options of ABAX system
Tamper signaled in part. – partition in which an alarm will be triggered if the ABAX system
is jammed.
Response period – communication with wireless devices takes place in specified intervals.
The control panel is then gathering information on the status of wireless devices and, if
necessary, sending commands to the devices, e.g. switching the detectors to their
active/passive state, switching on/off the test mode and/or changing configuration of the
devices. The response period can be 12, 24 or 36 seconds. The less often communication
between the control panel and the wireless devices takes place, the more wireless devices
can work within each other's operating range (12 seconds – up to 150, 24 seconds – up to
300, 36 seconds – up to 450). Beyond the response period, information about tampers of
devices and violations of detectors operating in active mode are sent to the control panel.
The response period has an effect on the level of energy consumption by the wireless
devices. The less often communication between the control panel and the wireless devices
takes place, the lower energy consumption and the longer battery life are.
Higher sensitivity for jamming detection – if this option is enabled, the sensitivity of
detection of radio communication jamming is boosted.
Synchronize – this function starts the procedure of synchronization, i.e. checking for
presence of other ABAX wireless systems working within the control panel operating
range. The control panel will synchronize the response period so that the radio
transmissions of some systems should not be mutually jammed. Synchronization is
performed automatically upon starting the control panel and after each operation of
adding/removing devices supported by it.
Test mode – in the ABAX system the test mode can be started, in which:
– LED indicators are enabled in the wireless devices (the LEDs are disabled during
normal operation) – information provided by means of the LEDs depends on the device,
– signaling is blocked in the sirens.
The test mode is started/ended during polling, which results in a delay, its duration
depending on the programmed response period. The test mode will be turned off
automatically after 30 minutes of:
– starting the test mode from the DLOADX program (the 30-minute period is running from
the moment of exiting the system ABAX settings),
– exiting the service mode in the control panel.
According to requirements of the EN50131 standard, the level of radio signals sent by
wireless devices is reduced during the test mode operation.
9.2
Parameters and options of wireless devices
Filter – the number of consecutive response periods, during which communication with the
device failed to be established, for the loss of communication with the device to be
reported. Values from the 0 to 50 range can be entered. Entering the digit 0 will disable
control of the device presence in the system.
Always active – the option is available for the most of wireless detectors. If enabled, the
detector is permanently switched over to the active mode (see “Wireless detectors” p. 82).
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The ALWAYS ACTIVE option need not be enabled for the wireless detectors assigned to
the 24-hour zones.
Configuration – some of the wireless devices provide additional parameters and options,
which can be configured by radio (shown in square brackets is information on the zone for
which additional parameters can be programmed, if the device takes up more than 1
zone):
AGD-100 – wireless glass-break detector. Sensitivity is to be programmed.
AMD-100 / AMD-101 – wireless magnetic contact. The active reed switch is to be
selected.
AMD-102 – wireless magnetic contact with input for roller shutter detector. The following is
to be programmed:
 active reed switch [first zone],
 number of pulses after which alarm will be triggered by the roller shutter input
[second zone],
 time during which the specified number of pulses must occur for the roller shutter
input to trigger alarm [second zone].
APMD-150 – wireless dual motion detector. The following is to be programmed:
 sensitivity of PIR sensor,
 sensitivity of microwave sensor,
 the way of operation in test mode.
APD-100 – wireless passive infrared detector. The following is to be programmed:
 sensitivity,
 option of immunity to pets up to 15 kg.
ARD-100 – wireless reorientation detector. Sensitivity is to be programmed.
ATD-100 – wireless temperature detector. For both positions occupied by detector, the
temperature threshold parameters can be programmed (thus two different temperature
threshold can be programmed):
 threshold type: high (when the temperature rises above the defined temperature
value, alarm will be triggered) or low (when the temperature drops below the defined
temperature value, alarm will be triggered),
 temperature,
 tolerance.
AVD-100 – wireless vibration detector and magnetic contact. The following is to be
programmed:
 active reed switch [first zone],
 sensitivity of vibration detector (registering a single vibration meeting the sensitivity
criterion will cause alarm) [second zone],
 the number of pulses which, if registered by vibration detector will cause alarm (the
pulses need not meet the sensitivity criterion) [second zone].
Working parameters of the vibration detector are independently analyzed. The
detector can trigger alarm after registering a single, strong vibration caused by
a powerful impact, and also on registering several slight vibrations caused by a series
of weak strikes.
ASP-105 – wirelessly triggered outdoor siren. The following is to be programmed:
 type of acoustic signaling,
 maximum duration of acoustic signaling.
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ASP-205 – wireless indoor siren. Signaling parameters can be programmed for both
positions occupied by the siren (thus allows to program two different signaling types):
 maximum duration of signaling,
 type of acoustic signaling,
 optical signaling option.
ASW-100 E / ASW-100 F – 230 V AC wireless controller. Operating mode can be
programmed.
9.2.1 Configuring the wireless devices – DLOADX program
Described below is how the additional parameters and options should be programmed in the
“Configuration” column.
AGD-100 – enter a digit from the 1 to 3 range to set the sensitivity (1 – low , 2 – medium,
3 - high).
AMD-100 / AMD-101 – enter the digit 0 (bottom reed switch) or 1 (side reed switch) to
determine which of the two reed switches is to be active.
AMD-102 – for the magnetic contact, enter the digit 0 (bottom reed switch) or 1 (side reed
switch) to determine which of the two reed switches is to be active. For the roller shutter
input, enter 2 digits:
1st digit – number of pulses: from 1 to 8.
2nd digit – pulse validity: 0 (30 seconds), 1 (120 seconds), 2 (240 seconds) or 3 (unlimited
duration).
APMD-150 – enter 3 digits:
1st digit – sensitivity of infrared path: from 1 to 4 (1 – minimum; 4 – maximum).
2nd digit – sensitivity of microwave path: from 1 to 8 (1 – minimum; 8 – maximum).
3rd digit – the way of operation in the test mode: 0 (alarm triggered after motion is sensed
by both detectors), 1 (alarm triggered after motion is sensed by infrared detector) or 2
(alarm triggered after motion is sensed by microwave detector).
APD-100 – enter 2 digits:
1st digit – sensitivity: 1 (low), 2 (medium) or 3 (high),
2nd digit – pet immunity option: 0 (disabled) or 1 (enabled).
ARD-100 – enter a number from the 1 to 16 range to determine sensitivity (1 – minimum;
16 – maximum).
ATD-100 – for each position taken by the detector, enter in turn:
 letter H (high temperature threshold) or L (low temperature threshold),
 numerical value corresponding to a temperature from the -30° C to +70° C range (with
up to 0.5° accuracy),
 numerical value corresponding to a tolerance from the 0.5° C to 10° C range (with up to
0.5° accuracy).
AVD-100 – for the magnetic contact, enter the digit 0 (bottom reed switch) or 1 (side reed
switch) to determine which of the two reed switches is to be active. For the vibration
detector, enter 2 digits:
1st digit – sensitivity: from 1 to 8 (1 – minimum ; 8 – maximum).
2nd digit – number of pulses: from 0 to 7. For the value 0, pulses are not counted.
ASP-105 – enter 2 digits:
1st digit – type of acoustic signaling: from 1 to 4.
2nd digit – maximum duration of acoustic signaling: 1 (1 minute), 2 (3 minutes), 3 (6
minutes) or 4 (9 minutes).
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ASP-205 – for both positions taken on the list by the siren, enter 3 digits:
1st digit – maximum duration of signaling: 1 (1 minute), 2 (3 minutes), 3 (6 minutes) or 4
(9 minutes).
nd
2 digit – type of acoustic signaling: 0 (disabled), 1 (sound type 1), 2 (sound type 2) or 3
(sound type 3).
rd
3 digit – optical signaling: 0 (disabled) or 1 (enabled).
ASW-100 E / ASW-100 F – enter 0 (only remote control of the electric circuit); 1 (remote or
manual control of the electric circuit) or 2 (remote or manual control of the electric circuit,
but with option to manually block the remote control).
9.2.2
Configuring the wireless devices – LCD keypad
Having started the CONFIGURATION function (STRUCTURE HARDWARE EXPANDERS
SETTINGS ABAX - INTEGRA. CONFIGURATION), use the  and  keys to select the zone
to which the do wireless device is assigned and press the
key. Use the arrow keys for
programming. The values which can be programmed for individual parameters of wireless
devices are presented in the section describing configuration of the devices by means of the
DLOADX program.
9.3
Specific character of the operation of wireless devices
This chapter describes the peculiar character of the operation of individual groups of wireless
devices, which affects the method of programming the zones and outputs to which the
wireless devices are assigned.
9.3.1
Wireless detectors
The wireless detectors send information on violations, tampers and low-battery status. The
information on violations and tampers is sent to the zones to which the detectors are
assigned. The system zones to which the wireless detectors are assigned can be
programmed as:
 NC, NO or EOL – the zone will inform about detector violation,
 2EOL/NC or 2EOL/NO – the zone will inform about detector violation and tamper.
The mode of operation of wireless detectors depends on the status of partition to which the
zone with wireless detector belongs:
partition disarmed – the detector operates in passive mode. It is a battery saving mode, in
which communication with the control panel takes place mainly during time intervals
determined by the RESPONSE PERIOD parameter. At that time, information on violations and
battery status is sent. Only detector tampers are sent immediately.
partition armed – the detector operates in active mode. The detector sends immediately all
information to the control panel.
Because switching the detectors over from the passive into active mode and conversely
takes place during the response time, it is performed with some delay in relation to
arming/disarming. The maximum delay – depending on the selected response frequency –
can be 12, 24 or 36 seconds.
The wireless detectors assigned to the 24-hour zones, which are permanently armed, are in
the active mode at all times. Also other wireless detectors can always work in the active
mode, if the ALWAYS ACTIVE option is enabled for them (see p. 79).
According to the EN50131-3 standard all ABAX system Hold-Up devices must be
always in active mode.
Batteries ensure approx. 3 years operation of the detectors, assuming that the
detectors are in passive state for part of that period and the RESPONSE PERIOD is 12
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seconds. A longer response period (24 or 36 seconds) means extension of the battery
life time. The battery life time in the detectors switched permanently into the active
mode is shorter than in those which are periodically switched to the passive mode.
However, if the specific character of a detector or its installation place is such that the
number of violations is low, switching the detector permanently into the active mode
will not adversely affect the battery life time.
9.3.2
Wireless sirens
The wireless sirens take up 2 outputs and 2 zones in the system. How the signaling is
controlled by the outputs depends on the siren:
ASP-105 – the first of the outputs to which the siren is assigned controls the acoustic
signaling. Parameters of the acoustic signaling are programmed for the siren (type and
maximum duration of the sound signal). The second output controls the optical signaling.
The optical signaling is enabled when the output is active. The command to start and stop
signaling is sent to the siren immediately.
ASP-205 – both outputs to which the siren is assigned control both the acoustic and optical
signaling. Parameters of the signaling triggered by each of the outputs are programmed
separately for the siren. Thus two different, independently triggered ways of signaling can
be configured. As a result, the outputs can separately control the optical and acoustic
signaling or signal different alarm types (e.g. burglary and fire). The command to start the
signaling is sent to the siren only during the response time. Therefore, the cut-off time for
the control panel outputs which control the siren must be longer than the response period.
It is recommended that cut-off time correspond to maximum duration of signaling
programmed for the siren.
The zones in the system to which the wireless sirens are assigned can be programmed as:
 NC, NO or EOL – the zone will inform about power failures,
 2EOL/NC or 2EOL/NO – the zone will inform about power failures and tamper.
The type of zones to which the wireless siren is assigned should be matched to the
information sent:
ASP-105 – first zone: low battery and tamper; second zone: external 12 V DC power loss
and tamper.
ASP-205 – both zones: low battery and tamper.
The tamper information is sent immediately, while the trouble information – during the
response time.
Tamper alarm on opening the tamper switch in the siren:
ASP-105 – lasts for the maximum time of acoustic signaling programmed for the siren (sound
type selected during programming and optical signaling),
ASP-205 – lasts 3 minutes (sound type 1 and optical signaling).
After starting the SERVICE MODE or TEST MODE and for 40 seconds after power-up, the
signaling in the siren is blocked. It enables installation work to be carried out. Opening
the tamper switch will not trigger loud signaling, but information on tamper will be sent
(when in service mode, the control panel will not signal the tamper alarms). The
command to block/unblock the signaling connected with starting / ending the test
mode or the service mode is sent during the response time.
9.3.3
Wireless expanders of hardwired zones and outputs
The wireless expander of hardwired zones and outputs (ACX-200 or ACX-201) takes up 4
zones and 4 outputs in the system. The alarm system zone / output to which the zone /
output in ACX-200 or ACX-201 expander is assigned is programmed in the same way as the
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other hardwired zones / outputs of the control panel. You should remember however that
sensitivity of the expander zones may be different from that programmed in the control panel:
– from 20 ms to 140 ms – the same as the value programmed in the control panel,
– above 140 ms – only some values are available: 300 ms, 500 ms, 700 ms, etc. every
200 ms (the programmed value is rounded up to that supported by the expander).
The EN50131-3 standard requires that zones must react to signals lasting more than
400 ms. It means in case of the wireless expanders of hardwired zones and outputs
that no values exceeding 300 ms should be entered when programming the sensitivity
(the higher the value, the lower the sensitivity).
The expansion module informs you about the zone status as it changes. Also the expander
outputs are controlled in real time. Only the programming of zones takes place during the
response time (in one period, data relating to configuration of one zone are sent to the
expander module, i.e. sending the information on settings of four zones require four response
periods).
If communication with the control panel is lost, all previously activated outputs will be
deactivated after 20 response periods.
Additionally, the ACX-201 expander module sends information about:
 status of AUX1 and AUX2 power supply outputs – information on overload is sent when
the AUX1 or AUX2 output load exceeds 0.5 A.
 battery status – information on low battery is sent when the battery voltage drops below
11 V for more than 12 minutes (3 battery tests). The expander will kept sending this
information to the control panel until the battery voltage rises and remains above 11 V for
longer than 12 minutes (3 battery tests).
 AC power status – information on the loss of power supply is sent when the AC power loss
lasts for more than 30 seconds. The AC power restore is reported with the same delay.
9.3.4
230 V AC wireless controllers
Activation of the output to which the controller is assigned will result in energizing the
230 V AC electrical circuit (if reverse polarity of the output has been programmed, the circuit
will be deenergized).
Depending on the operating mode, information on the button status (mode 0) or on the
electric circuit status (mode 1 and mode 2) is sent to the zone to which the controller is
assigned. Information on the button status is sent in real time. Information on the electric
circuit status is sent during the response time. Pressing the button / closing the electric circuit
means violation of the zone to which the controller is assigned.
10. Timers
The timers enable some functions to be automatically executed by the control panel
(arming/disarming, turning on/off devices connected to outputs, etc.). The timer compares the
time to that of the control panel clock and executes the selected function at the programmed
time.
10.1 Programming the timers
The timers can be programmed:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the functions available in the TIMERS
submenu,
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Timers” window.
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10.2 Timer parameters
Name – individual timer name (up to 16 characters).
User edits – if this option is enabled, the users can edit the timer parameters by using the
keypad ([code] CHANGE OPTIONS TIMERS).
[day of week] – you can program the timer start/end time for each day of the week.
Everyday – you can program the timer start/end time which will apply to those days of the
week for which no timer start/end time has been programmed.
Exception – the period during which the timer will be started/ended at a different time. 4
exceptions can be programmed for a timer. You can program for each exception:
– the date from which the exception will apply,
– the date to which the exception will apply,
– the timer start/end time when an exception applies.
If a year is programmed for an exception, the setting will only be valid for the current
year. If no year is programmed (the 9999 sequence is entered in the keypad instead of
the year), the exception will be valid every year.
Arming mode – the arming mode which will be activated when the timer starts (in the
DLOADX program, enter an additional digit next to the timer start time: 0 – full arming; 1 –
full arming + bypasses; 2 – arming without interior; 3 – arming without interior and without
entry delay).
11. User schedules
User schedules should be defined for the needs of the SCHEDULE type users (see: USER
MANUAL). You can program the user schedules:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the functions available in the USER
SCHEDULES submenu,
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Timers” window, “User Schedules” tab.
For each user schedule, you can:
 program an individual name (up to 16 characters),
 indicate the timers which will determine when the user will have access to the system.
12. Reporting
The control panel can send event codes to the monitoring station:
 over the telephone network:
– via analog telephone line – INTEGRA 24, INTEGRA 32, INTEGRA 64 and
INTEGRA 128 control panels,
– by means of GSM voice channel – INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel (this form of
transmission is not recommended),
 over the Ethernet network – if ETHM-1 / ETHM-1 Plus module is connected,
 as SMS messages – INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel (when sending the event codes by
means of SMS messages, the control panel receives no acknowledgement from the
monitoring station that they have been received),
 using GPRS technology – the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel or any control panel to
which the SATEL GSM module is connected.
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The control panel will make an attempt to send an event code according to the following
order:
1. over the Ethernet,
2. using GPRS technology,
3. as SMS messages,
4. by telephone (main and reserve telephone number).
The procedure will be terminated when the event is successfully sent to the monitoring
station by means of one of above mentioned transmission methods. Otherwise, the control
panel will make repeated monitoring attempts. If the event cannot be sent despite completion
of the preprogrammed number of retries, the control panel will hang up until a next event
occurs, or for a specified period of time. After the time expires, the control panel will make
further attempts to send the event.
The reporting parameters can be programmed:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the functions available in the
MONITORING submenu,
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Reporting” window.
For correct operation, the reporting function may require enabling some system options.
Before you proceed to the programming, obtain from the monitoring station operator all data
necessary to correctly start the reporting function:
 depending on the method of sending events:
– telephone number of the monitoring station (telephone reporting),
– server address, port number, STATION KEY and KEY (ETHM) (reporting through Ethernet
network),
– server address, port number, STATION KEY and KEY (GPRS) (GPRS reporting),
– telephone number of the monitoring station and SMS message format (SMS reporting),
 transmission format required by the monitoring station,
 identifiers assigned to the alarm system,
 list of event codes (not applicable to Contact ID and SIA formats).
12.1 Reporting parameters and options
See also section “Telephone options” p. 64.
Shown in square brackets are the names used in keypads.
No module restart reports [No rest. mon.] – when this option is enabled and the Contact ID
or SIA format is used for reporting, no event codes referring to module restarts will be sent
to the monitoring station.
12.1.1 Selection of the monitoring station
Station 1 or Station 2 – the control panel will make an attempt to send the event code to
station 1 and, if unsuccessful, to station 2.
Station 1 only – the event codes are only sent to station 1.
Station 2 only – the event codes are only sent to station 2.
Station 1 and 2 – the event codes are sent to both stations. For most formats, it is possible
then to define which events will be sent to the given station (see: EVENTS ASSIGNMENT).
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Fig. 11. Example of reporting settings in the DLOADX program.
12.1.2 Advanced options
Long kiss-off signal – with this option enabled, the control panel will accept a long kiss-off
(acknowledgment) signal for receiving events in case of Ademco Express and Contact ID
formats. Enable this option in the event of telephone reporting if the monitoring station
acknowledges receiving events in a non-standard way (the kiss-off signal is longer than
800 ms).
Longer waiting for initial handshake – with this option enabled, the control panel will wait
longer for handshake from the monitoring station in case of sending events in the Ademco
Express, Contact ID or SIA format. Enable this option in the event of telephone reporting, if
the monitoring station sends a non-standard initial handshake.
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Identifier confirmation required – the option refers to the SIA format. If it is enabled, the
control panel waits for acknowledgement by the monitoring station of receiving the
identifier with which the data were sent. The option refers to the telephone reporting.
6-character identifier – the option refers to the SIA format. If it is enabled, events will be
sent with a 6-character identifier. It consists of 2 parts: 2-character prefix and 4-character
identifier.
Send event source name – the option refers to the SIA format. If it is enabled, the name of
event source (zone, user, etc.) will also be sent along with the event code.
Send event partition name – the option refers to the SIA format. If it is enabled, the name of
partition where the event occurred will also be sent along with the event code.
Each data block conf. required – the option refers to the SIA format. If it is enabled, the
control panel waits for acknowledgement by the monitoring station of receiving each data
block. The option refers to the telephone reporting.
Extended charset – the option refers to the SIA format. If it is enabled, not only ASCII
characters, but also national characters can be sent.
12.1.3 Monitoring station 1 / Monitoring station 2
Tel. number [Tel. 1 number] – basic telephone number of the monitoring station.
Backup tel. no. [Tel. 2 number] – a backup telephone number of the monitoring station. The
control panel will make an attempt of reporting to that telephone number, if the attempt of
reporting to the basic telephone number fails.
Reporting format [Tel. 1 format] – format in which event codes are sent to the monitoring
station to the basic telephone number or via Ethernet and using the GPRS technology.
Backup format [Tel. 2 format] – format in which event codes are sent to the backup
telephone number of the monitoring station.
Having selected the CONTACT ID (FULL) or SIA (FULL) format you do not need to
program the assignment of identifiers and any event codes. The control panel will send
the codes according to the format specification and the performed subdivision into
objects.
Repetitions [Repetition count] – the number of attempts to establish telephone connection
with the monitoring station after which, if there is no connection (busy number, no
answer from the station, etc.), the control panel will suspend reporting. Up to 31 retries
can be programmed. Programming the value 0 means that monitoring will be suspended
after 8 attempts.
Suspend time – the time for which telephone reporting is suspended, after making the
programmed number of attempts to establish connection with the monitoring station. The
control panel will resume the attempt of establishing telephone connection with the
monitoring station after this time expires or a next, new event occurs. Up to 30 minutes
can be programmed. Programming the value 0 means that an attempt to establish
telephone connection with the monitoring station will only be taken after occurrence of a
new event in the system
Server [IP address] – the address of STAM-2 monitoring station (or SMET-256 converter). It
can be entered in the form of IP address (4 decimal numbers separated by dots) or as a
name.
Port – the number of port through which communication with the monitoring station will be
effected.
IP format – events can be sent using the SATEL or SIA-IP format (SIA DC-09 standard). The
SIA-IP format can be used for transmission over Ethernet, if an ETHM-1 (firmware version
1.06 or newer) / ETHM-1 Plus module is connected to the control panel.
Protocol – the TCP or UDP protocol can be used for communication.
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Station key [Key (MS)] – the key with which the data sent to the monitoring station will be
encrypted (a string of up to 12 alphanumeric characters). The parameter applies to the IP
SATEL format.
ETHM key [Key (ETHM)] – the string of up to 5 alphanumeric characters intended to identify
the control panel for the purposes of reporting via Ethernet. The parameter applies to the
IP SATEL format.
GPRS key [Key (GPRS)] – the string of up to 5 alphanumeric characters intended to identify
the control panel for the purposes of reporting using the GPRS technology. The parameter
applies to the IP SATEL format.
It is recommended that the maximum number of characters be programmed for the
keys and that letters, digits and special characters be used, as this will ensure higher
security of the transmission.
Identifiers
Each event code is sent to the monitoring station with an identifier. Up to 8 identifiers plus a
system identifier can be programmed. Sent with the system identifier are events related to
the alarm system (troubles, tests, etc.).
4 characters (digits or letters from A to F) must be programmed for each identifier. Using the
digit 0 in the identifier is not recommended.
For the pulse, ADEMCO EXPRESS, CONTACT ID (SELECTED) or SIA (SELECTED) formats, you must
define which events will be sent with the given identifier (see: “Identifiers assignment”).
For the CONTACT ID (FULL) or SIA (FULL) formats, each object has its own identifier.
Therefore, the identifiers of non-existing objects need not to be programmed. In the
system event identifier field, you should re-enter the identifier of the object which is
responsible for the system (for example, the object, where the control panel is
installed).
SIA / TELIM prefix
2 characters which will precede each of the identifiers in case of the SIA and TELIM formats.
Thus an identifier consisting of 6 characters can be obtained. 2 hexadecimal characters
(digits or letters from A to F) can be programmed. Entering 00 means that the prefix will not
be added. Using the digit 0 in the prefix is not recommended.
Events assignment
If the events are to be sent to both stations (STATION 1
which event types will be reported to the given station.
AND
2 is selected), you can define
It is not possible to assign events for the CONTACT ID (FULL) and SIA (FULL) formats.
12.1.4 SIA-IP
If events are to be sent in the SIA-IP format, you must program additional parameters for
each monitoring station.
Send MAC address [MAC] – if this option is enabled, the MAC address of ETHM-1 /
ETHM-1 Plus or GSM module will be sent with event code.
Send timestamp [Timestamp] – if this option is enabled, the date and time will be sent with
event code (the monitoring station can change the date and time in the control panel).
Encrypt data [Coded] – if this option is enabled, the data to be sent will be encrypted, and
the date and time will be sent with event code (the monitoring station can change the date
and time in the control panel).
SIA-IP key – the key to encrypt data to be sent using the SIA-IP format.
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hex – if the option is enabled, you can enter up to 32 hexadecimal characters as the SIA-IP
KEY. If the option is disabled, you can enter up to 16 alphanumeric characters as the
SIA-IP KEY.
SIA-IP acct – a string of up to 16 hexadecimal characters, which is used to identify the
control panel for the purpose of reporting in SIA-IP format.
Supervision interval [SIA-IP test] – an additional transmission can be sent at specified
intervals to check communication with the monitoring station. You can program a number
of days, hours, minutes and seconds between the transmissions.
12.1.5 Identifiers assignment
Define the identifier with which events relating to individual partitions, zones, keypads and
expansion modules will be sent. If no identifier is assigned to the given element of the
system, it will be impossible to define codes for events relating to it.
12.1.6 Event codes
For the pulse and Ademco Express formats, it is necessary to program codes which will be
reported to the monitoring station if the defined events occur. The reported events are those
for which a code different from “00” has been programmed. 2 hexadecimal characters (digits
or letters from A to F) are to be programmed.
In case of the CONTACT ID (SELECTED) and SIA (SELECTED) formats, indicate the events
which are to be reported, entering for them any code different from “00” (a code
consistent with the format specification will be sent, not the entered one). The events
for which the “00” code has been programmed will not be reported.
12.1.7 Test transmissions
The test transmission may be sent:
 at a specified time. The test transmission code will be sent regularly at a defined time. The
number of days between transmissions and the time of sending transmission are
programmed.
 in specified time intervals. For each monitoring station, the number of days, hours and
minutes between transmission can be individually programmed. The test transmission
code will be sent:
– after a predefined period of time has elapsed since the last transmission, irrespective of
whether it was a test transmission, or the code of another event was sent (the NO SYNC.
TO LAST TRANSMISSION option disabled),
– at predefined time intervals (the NO SYNC. TO LAST TRANSMISSION option enabled).
12.1.8 SMS reporting only INTEGRA 128-WRL
Monitoring station 1 / Monitoring station 2
Tel. Number – the telephone number of the monitoring station to which events are to be
reported in the form of SMS messages.
SMS format – the SMS message format for SMS reporting. It must be defined according to
the monitoring station requirements. The SMS message format, programmed by default in
the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel, corresponds to the default settings of the STAM-2
monitoring station (firmware version 1.2.0 or newer) for the Contact ID format. When
programming the SMS message format, bear in mind that identifier and event code only
will be sent for the formats other than Contact ID.
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Fig. 12. Typical SMS reporting settings in the DLOADX program.
12.2 Starting the reporting
12.2.1 Telephone reporting
1. Enable the REPORTING – TELEPHONE option.
2. Using the telephone options (see: “Telephone options” p. 64):
– determine how the telephone numbers should be dialed (TONE DIALING option and – in
case of the pulse dialing – PULSE DIALING 1/1,5 (OFF:1/2) option),
– determine whether the control panel, prior to dialing the number, should check the
telephone line for dialing signal (NO DIAL TONE TEST option).
3. Determine whether the event codes will be sent to both monitoring stations or to one of
them only (STATION 1 OR 2 / STATION 1 / STATION 2 / STATION 1 AND 2).
4. Program the following for the monitoring station to which event codes are to be sent:
– telephone number,
– reporting format in which the codes will be sent,
– the number of attempts to connect to the station after which, if there is no connection,
the control panel will suspend reporting (REPETITIONS),
– time for which reporting will be suspended after the programmed number of attempts to
establish connection with the station has been made (SUSPEND TIME),
– identifiers with which the events will be sent,
– events assignment (if STATION 1 AND 2 is selected),
– advanced options (if Ademco Express, Contact ID, SIA or TELIM format is selected).
5. If a reporting format other than CONTACT ID (FULL) or SIA (FULL) is selected:
– assign identifiers to the partitions, zones, keypads and expansion modules,
– program the codes for events which are to be reported.
6. Define the parameters of test transmissions.
12.2.2 Reporting via Ethernet network
The ETHM-1 / ETHM-1 Plus module must be connected to the control panel.
Events in TELIM format cannot be sent through Ethernet network.
1. Enable the REPORTING - ETHM-1 option.
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2. Determine whether the event codes will be sent to both monitoring stations or to one of
them only (STATION 1 OR 2 / STATION 1 / STATION 2 / STATION 1 AND 2).
3. Program the following for the monitoring station to which event codes are to be sent:
– reporting format in which the codes will be sent,
– server address,
– port number,
– IP format in which the codes will be sent (SATEL or SIA-IP),
– encryption key (STATION KEY) and control panel identifier for the purposes of reporting
via Ethernet (ETHM KEY) if the SATEL format is selected,
– additional parameters if the SIA-IP format is selected,
– identifiers with which the events will be sent,
– event assignment (if STATION 1 AND 2 is selected),
– advanced options if SIA reporting format is selected.
4. If a reporting format other than CONTACT ID (FULL) or SIA (FULL) is selected:
– assign identifiers to the partitions, zones, keypads and expansion modules,
– program the codes for events which are to be reported.
5. Define the parameters of test transmissions.
12.2.3 GPRS reporting
For the INTEGRA 128-WRL, the GPRS settings (APN, username, password, DNS
server – see p. 72) must be programmed in the control panel.
For the other control panels:
 the GSM LT-2 module with firmware version 2.11 (or newer), GSM-4 module with
firmware version 4.11 (or newer) or GSM-5 module must be connected to the
control panel – the RS-232 ports of control panel and module must be connected (if
the GSM module is only connected to the telephone dialer terminals (TIP and
RING) of the control panel, the control panel will be unable to perform the GPRS
reporting),
 the EXTERNAL MODEM and MODEM ISDN/GSM/ETHM options must be enabled in the
control panel (see “Telephone options” p. 64),
 the GPRS settings (APN, username, password, DNS server) must be programmed
in the GSM module.
The TELIM format events cannot be sent using the GPRS technology.
1. Enable the REPORTING – GPRS option.
2. Determine whether the event codes will be sent to both monitoring stations or to one of
them only (STATION 1 OR 2 / STATION 1 / STATION 2 / STATION 1 AND 2).
3. Program the following for the monitoring station to which event codes are to be sent:
– reporting format in which the codes will be sent,
– server address,
– port number,
– IP format in which the codes will be sent (SATEL or SIA-IP),
– encryption key (STATION KEY) and control panel identifier for the purposes of GPRS
reporting (GPRS KEY) if the SATEL format is selected,
– additional parameters if the SIA-IP format is selected,
– identifiers with which the events will be sent,
– event assignment (if STATION 1 AND 2 is selected),
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– advanced options if SIA reporting format is selected.
4. If a reporting format other than CONTACT ID (FULL) or SIA (FULL) is selected:
– assign identifiers to the partitions, zones, keypads and expansion modules,
– program the codes for events which are to be reported.
5. Define the parameters of test transmissions.
12.2.4 SMS reporting only INTEGRA 128-WRL
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Events in the SIA and TELIM formats cannot be sent as SMS messages.
Enable the SMS REPORTING option.
Determine whether the event codes will be sent to both monitoring stations or to one of
them only (STATION 1 OR 2 / STATION 1 / STATION 2 / STATION 1 AND 2).
Program the following for the monitoring station to which event codes are to be sent:
– reporting format in which the codes will be sent,
– telephone number to which the SMS messages will be sent,
– SMS message format,
– identifiers with which the events will be sent,
– event assignment (if STATION 1 AND 2 is selected),
If a transmission format other than CONTACT ID (FULL) is selected:
– assign identifiers to the partitions, zones, keypads and expansion modules,
– program the codes for events which are to be reported.
Define the parameters of test transmissions.
13. Messaging
The control panel can inform you about the system events by means of:
 voice messages (the INT-VG module or another voice synthesizer must be connected),
 PAGER type text messages defined by the installer (the SATEL GSM modules enable the
PAGER messages to be converted into SMS),
 SMS messages defined by the installer. only INTEGRA 128-WRL
Messaging is performed independently from reporting but reporting has the priority. If in the
course of messaging some events occur which must be reported to the monitoring station by
the control panel, the messaging will be interrupted. The control panel will resume the
messaging function after the event codes are reported to the monitoring station.
You can program the messaging:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the functions available in the
MESSAGING submenu,
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Messaging” window.
For the messaging function to work properly, some system options may have to be enabled.
13.1 Messaging parameters and options
See also section “Telephone options” p. 64.
Shown in square brackets are the names used in keypads.
Max. redial number for one round [Repetition cnt.] – the number of attempts to get through
after which the control panel will give up messaging for the current round, if it fails to
establish connection (the number is busy).
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Fig. 13. Example of messaging settings in the DLOADX program.
13.1.1 Telephone numbers
Description – telephone name or description (up to 16 characters).
Tel. number – the telephone number to which messaging is effected.
Mode – selection of the messaging type for the given telephone number (0 – voice; 1 –
PAGER type 1; 2 – PAGER type 2; 3 – PAGER type 3, 4 – SMS [only INTEGRA 128WRL]).
Round count – the number of attempts made by the control panel to notify the selected
telephone number about the event, if the message reception has not been acknowledged.
If the value 0 is entered, messaging for the indicated telephone number will be disabled.
SMS fwd [Fwd.unknwn.SMS] – if the option is enabled, the control panel will send to the
given telephone number the received SMS messages which contain no control
commands. only INTEGRA 128-WRL
Any code – with this option enabled, it is possible to acknowledge the voice message
reception from the telephone keypad, using any sequence of 4 digits.
Code – 4 digits which, when entered from the telephone keypad, will acknowledge reception
of the voice message.
If no code has been programmed to acknowledge receipt of the voice message, nor
the ANY CODE option has been enabled, the control panel will recognize receipt of the
message as acknowledged when the receiver is picked up after two rings and any
sound occurs.
User – if a code has been programmed to acknowledge receipt of the voice message or the
ANY CODE option has been enabled, a user can be assigned to the telephone. Thus, if the
INT-VG module is connected to the control panel, the user will be automatically granted
access to the voice menu after acknowledgement of the voice messaging.
13.1.2 Events assignment
Enter the following information for the events of which the control panel is to notify:
 number of the voice or text message by means of which messaging will be effected,
 telephones which will be notified.
13.1.3 Clearing
In partitions [Msg.abort in P.]
For each telephone, you can indicate partitions in which clearing an alarm will cancel
messaging that alarm (messaging to that telephone number will be canceled, but can be
continued to other numbers).
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After acknowledgement [Msg.abort on T.]
You can indicate telephones which will not be notified about the event, if the control panel
receives acknowledgement that the voice message has been received by another, indicated
telephone.
13.1.4 Pager messages / SMS
Define the content of messages which will be used for PAGER or SMS type messaging.
13.1.5 Pager type
For messaging using the PAGER type messages, you must define the parameters of pager
identification. Default parameters of the pager type 1 are adjusted to the SATEL GSM
module requirements for conversion of the PAGER type message into SMS message.
13.2 Starting the voice messaging
1. Enable the TELEPHONE MESSAGING option.
2. Using the telephone options (see: “Telephone options” p. 64):
– define the mode of dialing the telephone numbers (TONE DIALING option and – in case of
the pulse dialing – PULSE DIALING 1/1.5 (OFF 1/2) option),
– determine whether the control panel, prior to dialing the number, should check the
telephone line for dialing signal (NO DIAL TONE TEST option),
– determine whether the control panel is to play back the voice message after going offhook, or 15 seconds after the dialing is completed (global option NO ANSWER TEST).
– determine whether the voice message is to be played back once or twice (option
DOUBLE VOICE MESSAGE).
3. Define the number of attempts to get connected in one round (function MAX. REDIAL
NUMBER FOR ONE ROUND).
4. Define parameters of the telephones to which messages are to be sent:
– name (up to 16 characters),
– telephone number,
– type of messaging (select 0 – voice),
– number of attempts made by the control panel to notify the indicated telephone
number about the event, if receipt of the message has not been acknowledged,
– how the receipt of voice message is to be acknowledged (if the messaging is to be
acknowledged, enable the ANY CODE option or enter the 4-digit code).
5. Record or synthesize the voice messages which are to be used for messaging (see:
CA-64 SM synthesizer or INT-VG voice module manual).
6. For events about which the control panel is to inform, indicate:
– number of the voice message to be used for messaging,
– telephones to be notified.
7. In order to limit unnecessary messaging, define the cases in which notification can be
cancelled (the parameters CLEARING IN PARTITIONS and CLEARING AFTER ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
and the option CLEAR MESSAGING ON ALARM CLEARING).
14. Answering phone calls and remote control
The call answering function allows the control panel users to receive information on
the partition status (arm mode, alarms). Owing to the telephone control function, the users
can control the REMOTE SWITCH outputs by means of a telephone.
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The INT-VG module offers a much larger scope of the alarm system remote operation
functionality using a telephone.
The parameters of telephone answering and control can be programmed:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the functions available in the
TEL.ANSW./CTRL. submenu,
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Answering and remote control” window.
14.1 Telephone answering and control parameters and options
See also section “Telephone options” p. 64.
Shown in square brackets are the names used in keypads.
Answer if all chosen partitions are armed [On armed part.] – you can indicate the
partitions whose status will affect the telephone answering and control functions (they will
only be executed, if all indicated partitions are armed).
If the ANSWERING - MODEM option is enabled, the control panel will be answering
the calls whether the partitions are armed or not.
Fig. 14. “Answering and remote control” window in the DLOADX program.
14.1.1 Users and remote switches
The telephone control function requires that REMOTE SWITCH type outputs, which can be
controlled by users, be individually assigned to each user.
14.2 Activation of the phone calls answering
1. Enable the ANSWERING - AUDIO option.
2. Define the rules of call answering by the control panel (RINGS BEFORE ANSWER parameter
and DOUBLE CALL option).
3. Define whether the function is to be available at all times, or only when selected partitions
are armed (function ANSWER IF PARTITIONS ARE ARMED).
4. Program the telephone codes for the users who are to use the function (see: USER
MANUAL).
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14.3 Activation of the remote control
1.
2.
3.
4.
Activate the call answering function.
Enable the REMOTE CONTROL option.
Program the selected outputs as the REMOTE SWITCH.
Assign the REMOTE SWITCH type outputs to the users who are to use the function.
15. SMS control only INTEGRA 128-WRL
The INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel can be operated using the SMS messages which
contain suitable control commands.
You can program the SMS control parameters:
 using the keypad, in the service mode, by means of the functions available in the SMS
CONTROL submenu
 using the DLOADX program, in the “Answering and remote control” window, “SMS control”
tab.
15.1 Parameters and options of SMS control
Fig. 15. An example of SMS control settings.
Shown in square brackets are the names used in keypads.
SMS control – if this option is enabled, control by means of SMS messages is possible.
Tel. code required [Tel.cod.in SMS ] – if this option is enabled, the SMS message to be sent
to the control panel will have to contain, beside the control command, also the telephone
code.
Case sensitive – with this option enabled, the control panel will also analyze the received
control command for the proper use of uppercase and lowercase letters.
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Confirm the control [Confirm by SMS ] – with this option enabled, execution of the control
will be confirmed by an SMS message sent to the telephone number from which the
message containing the control command was sent.
Accept only SMS from [Authorized tel.] – you can indicate the telephone numbers from the
list programmed for telephone messaging which will be authorized to send SMS messages
containing the control commands (the control commands sent from other telephone
numbers will be ignored by the control panel). If no telephone number is indicated, all the
telephone numbers will be authorized to send the control commands.
Service phone no. for SMS control [Service phone] – you can program an additional
telephone number authorized to send SMS messages containing the control commands.
When programming the control commands, remember that:
 the command can include from 4 to 16 alphanumeric characters,
 the command may not contain diacritic characters and/or spaces,
 the commands must be different (the same command must not be used for
controlling two zones, two functions, etc.),
 the content of one command may not be used as a whole when programming the
content of another command. For example, with the “zone1” and “zone11” type
commands, the control panel will be unable to execute the latter one.
Zone violation [SMS -> z.viol.]
SMS – the control command that can be sent in the SMS message to the control panel
telephone number in order to violate a zone (the zone will be violated after the SMS
message is received by the control panel). You can define up to 32 such control
commands and assign one zone to each of them.
Zone – the alarm system zone which is to be violated after the control panel receives an
SMS message with the control command. The zone need not to exist physically, but the
wiring type programmed for it must be different from NO DETECTOR or FOLLOW OUTPUT.
Starting the function [SMS -> function]
SMS – the control command that can be sent in the SMS message to the control panel
telephone number in order to run a function (the function will be started after the SMS
message is received by the control panel). You can define up to 8 such control commands
and assign one function to each of them.
Function – the function which is to be started after the control panel receives an SMS
message with the control command. You can select one of the following functions:
– arming in chosen mode,
– disarming,
– clearing alarm,
– zone bypassing (inhibiting),
– zone unbypassing,
– activating MONO SWITCH type outputs,
– activating BI SWITCH type outputs,
– deactivating BI SWITCH type outputs,
– changing over BI SWITCH type outputs.
Partitions – for some functions (arming/disarming, alarm clearing) you must indicate the
partitions where the function will be executed.
Zones – for some functions (bypassing/unbypassing zones) you must indicate the zones to
which the function applies.
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Outputs – for some functions (activating/deactivating outputs) you must indicate the outputs
which will be controlled by the function.
Name – you can enter an individual name for the function. The name will be included in the
content of SMS message, with confirmation that the function has been executed.
Checking the system status
SMS [SMS check state] – the control command that can be sent in the SMS message to the
control panel phone number to check the state (status) of partitions. Having received the
SMS message, the control panel will send in response an SMS message containing
information on the partition status.
Report state of part. [Partitions list] – partitions whose status will be reported by the control
panel on receiving an SMS message with the control command.
Sending the network USSD codes
SMS [SMS USSD codes] – the control command which must precede the USSD code in the
SMS message sent to the control panel. The USSD codes make it possible e.g. to check
the account status of the SIM card installed in the control panel. Having received such an
SMS message, the control panel will execute the USSD code contained in it. The answer
obtained from the operator is sent in the form of SMS message to the telephone number
from which the control command was sent.
Using the advanced functions available due to the USSD service is not recommended
when menu is displayed in response to the code entered.
16. Control panel firmware update
Available on the www.satel.eu website is the current version of control panel firmware and
the FLASHX program enabling to write it to the control panel. In order to update the firmware:
1. Connect the control panel RS-232 port to the computer port (for the connection method
please refer to the INSTALLER MANUAL).
2. Start the FLASHX program.
3. Click on the
button to select the file with control panel new firmware.
4. Click on the
button to indicate the port to be used for communication with the control
panel and start the firmware update.
5. Using the function available in the service mode, start the STARTER program in the
control panel (RESTARTS STARTER).
During operation of the STARTER program the control panel does not perform
its normal functions (only the status of electronic fuses being monitored).
The STARTER program is waiting 2 minutes for the procedure of control panel
firmware update to begin. If it does not happen, the control panel will return to
the service mode.
If the firmware update is suddenly terminated (e.g. due to loss of power) and, as
a result, the control panel firmware is damaged, the STARTER program will start
automatically and will remain active until the correct firmware is installed.
You can run the STARTER program by shorting the RESET pins when starting
the control panel – remove the short immediately after power-up (within approx.
one second).
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17. Manual update history
2013-08
Firmware
version
1.12
2013-12
1.12
 Information on the INT-KLFR , INT-TSG and INT-TSI keypads has been
added.
 Information on INT-RS Plus module has been added.
2014-10
1.13
 Information on ACU-120 and ACU-270 controllers has been added.
 Information on ETHM-1 Plus module has been added.
 List of functions available in the service mode menu has been supplemented
(p. 7-23).
 Information on new functionality of key 0 when editing the multiple selection
list in text mode has been added (p. 24).
 Description of ENTRY DELAY parameter has been modified (p. 46).
 Description of ENTRY/EXIT INTERIOR zone type has been added (p. 51).
 Description of WITH VERIFICATION option has been modified (p. 52).
 Description of BLOCKS VERIFICATION option has been modified (p. 53).
 Description of GRADE 2 option has been modified (p. 67).
 Description of NO SHORTCUTS IN MENU option has been added (p. 68).
 Description of EXTENDED CHARSET option has been added (p. 88).
 Section describing test transmissions has been modified (p. 90).
2015-10
1.14
 Structure of the manual has been modified.
 List of functions available in the service mode menu has been supplemented
(p. 7-23).
 Information on the required version of DLOADX program has been added
(p. 26).
 Section has been added to describe parameters related to communication
between the control panel and the DLOADX program (p. 28).
 Section describing how to start remote programming via modem has been
Date
Introduced changes
 Section “Hiding the service mode” has been added (p. 6).
 List of functions available in the service mode menu has been supplemented
(p. 7-23).
 Description of how to configure the GSM module for GPRS remote
programming has been modified (p. 39).
 Description of 3. INTERIOR DELAYED type zone has been modified (p. 48).
 Description of 93. OUTPUTS GROUP ON type zone has been added (p. 51).
 Description of DELAY IN 2&3 TYPE ARMING option has been added (p. 52).
 Description of 95. IP REPORTING TROUBLE type output has been modified
(p. 59).
 Description of REPORTING – ETHM-1 option has been modified (p. 64).
 Description of RETURN TO MENU FROM MENU “TEST” has been modified (p. 66).
 Description of GRADE 2 option has been modified (p. 68).
 Description of TAMPER IF NO COMMUNICATION WITH ABAX DEVICE (2H) option
has been added (p. 68).
 Description of HIDE SERVICE MODE AFTER option has been modified (p. 70).
 Description of DO NOT REPORT TIME SERVER TROUBLE option has been added
(p. 70).
 Description of timer exceptions has been modified (p. 85).
 Description of IP FORMAT parameter has been added (p. 88).
 Description of PROTOCOL parameter has been added (p. 88).
 Section describing additional parameters for SIA-IP reporting has been
added (p. 89).
 Section on reporting via Ethernet has been modified (p. 91).
 Section on GPRS reporting stating has been modified (p. 92).
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modified (p. 32).
Section describing how to start remote programming via Ethernet has been
modified (p. 36).
Information on communication via the SATEL server has been added (p. 36
and p. 37).
Section describing how to start remote programming via GPRS has been
modified (p. 38).
Section on files with data saved by the DLOADX program has been added
(p. 40).
Description of ZONE SENSITIVITY parameter has been modified (p. 48).
Description of 95. ENTRY INTERIOR zone type has been added (p. 51).
Description of 96. FIRE MONITORING zone type has been added (p. 51).
Description of PULSATING option has been corrected (p. 61).
Section describing system options has been modified (p. 64).
Section describing parameters and options of keypads has been modified
(p. 72).
Section describing timers has been modified (p. 84).
Description of HEX option has been added (p. 90).
Description of SIA-IP ACCT parameter has been added (p. 90).
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