Napco 2 WAY UNIVKF install manual

Napco 2 WAY UNIVKF install manual
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2WAY-UNIVKF
Bi-Directional LCD KeyFob
Installation Instructions
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2WAY-UNIVKF - The 2-Way Universal LCD Keyfob that puts the power of a keypad in your pocket.
Easy LCD ICON Indicators
Burglar Alarm
Fire Alarm
Armed - Away
Armed - Stay
Armed - Instant
NAPCO introduces the new 2WAY-UNIVKF, the security industry’s only universal bidirectional Keyfob with LCD status display and integral mini sounder, supported by a
revolutionary 2-way receiver.
Designed to be compatible with most major control panel brands, including NAPCO's
Gemini and Magnum and others such as ADEMCO, DSC and more, this 2-Way Keyfob is
super-miniaturized for portability yet packs tremendous sales potential and consumer market
appeal.
System Status is indicated through 7 intuitive ICONS (a lock, a house, a flame, etc.) on the
LCD display, accompanied by corresponding beep sequences on its mini sounder. Providing
both easily understood visual and audible feedback, the user always knows with certainty that
the system has carried out their command.
Armed - Zones Bypassed
In addition to the many standard commands it can issue the system, it can also control up to 2
groups of lighting control, such as X-10, and up to 2 separate Garage Doors.
Disarmed - Zones Faulted
NAPCO 2WAY-UNIVKF keyfobs are also sold in a kit with the 2-way receiver, Model
2WAY–UNIVKFKIT. Each receiver supports up to 7 keyfobs.
Disarmed - System Ready
Transmit
System Trouble
Note: Grey ICON indicates pulsing
THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT IS REQUIRED BY THE FCC.
INSTRUCTION TO THE USER (if device contains a digital device)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
* Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
* Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
* Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
* Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This equipment has been certified to comply with the limits for a class B computing device, pursuant to FCC Rules. In order to maintain compliance with FCC regulations, shielded cables must be used with this equipment. Operation with non-approved equipment
or unshielded cables is likely to result in interference to radio and TV reception. The user is cautioned that changes and modifications made to the equipment without the approval of manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
Page
GENERAL DESCRIPTION..............................................3
SYSTEM OVERVIEW .....................................................4
WIRING DIAGRAM/ CONFIGURATION .........................5
CONTROLS AND AUDIBLE INDICATORS.....................6
VISUAL INDICATORS ....................................................7
BUS MODE WIRING AND CONFIG ...............................8
BUS MODE ENROLLING KEYFOBS .........................9-11
BUS MODE ENROLLING USER CODES ................12-14
BUS MODE GARAGE DOOR & SPECIAL APPS ........15
BUS MODE - TYPICAL APPLICATIONS .....................16
UNIVERSAL MODE WIRING ARM/DISARM/PANIC ....17
UNIVERSAL MODE ENROLLING KEYFOBS ...............18
UNIVERSAL MODE ARM / ALARM SENSE .................19
UNIVERSAL MODE WIRING FOR STAY MODE..........20
UNIVERSAL MODE GARAGE DOOR CONTROL ........21
CHANGING THE KEYFOB BATTERY ..........................21
General Description
Features
The 2WAY-UNIVKF is a miniature
remote control device which provides
wireless control of the security system
and confirms system status visually and
audibly with an LCD ICON display and
mini sounder.
It is keypad bus
compatible with the NAPCO Gemini
Series control panels as well as the
Ademco Vista 10, 20, 40 & 50 series. It
is also universally compatible with any
control panel which offers keyswitch
arming with an armed status output.
Keypad Bus compatible control panels:
NAPCO:
GEM-P816
GEM-P1632
GEM-P3200
GEM-P9600
Ademco:
Vista 10
Vista 20
Vista 40
Vista 50
For additonal information and details on
universal operation, see system
overview on page 4.
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Vista 40
UNIVERSAL MODE - TYPICAL APPLICATIONS .........22
WARRANTY..................................................................24
NAPCO Security Systems, Inc.
333 Bayview Avenue, Amityville, New York 11701
For Sales and Repairs, call Toll Free: (800) 645-9445
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Arm/Disarm
Panic
Garage Door Control
Lighting Control or Second Garage Door
control
Specifications
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Input Voltage: 12V DC Nominal
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Operating Temperature: 0-49°C (32-120°F)
Input Current: 40mA standby, 90mA max.
(all relays active)
Maximum # of KeyFobs supported: 7
Dimensions:
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Receiver: 6 3/4“ X 3 5/8” X 1 1/2”
KeyFob: 2 “ X 1 3/8” X 1/2”
Relay Contact Rating: 1A @ 24 VDC
KeyFob Battery: 1.5V Alkaline AAA size
Frequency: 433.92 Mhz
Operating Range: 750 feet (open air)
For Technical Assistance, Contact the NAPCO
Toll Free Helpline
(800) 645-9440
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SYSTEM OVERVIEW
General Information
The 2WAY-UNIVKF is compatible with virtually any control
panel, either through keypad bus operation or universal
mode operation. When used on a panel on which it is buscompatible, full functionality is realized, including lighting,
appliance and X10 control. When used in the Universal
Mode, functionality is dependent on the feature set of the
control panel, such as a keyswitch arm zone for arm /
disarm capability, an armed output to provide an Armed
indication, a steady bell output for an alarm indication, etc.
Bus Mode Features
Keyfob Commands
Arm / Disarm
Stay Mode Arming
Arming with Instant Protection
Panic
Garage Door Control
Appliance Control 1 / † Relay Group 1 Control
Garage 2 or Appliance Control 2/ † Relay Group 2 Control
† NAPCO GEM-P3200 & P9600 only
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Each section includes 3 mandatory steps (marked at the
top of the page) which must be completed to achieve an
operational system. All other steps are optional.
W
Use these tables to determine the Keyfob functionality
you can expect from the control panel’s features.
T
Universal Mode Features
Keyfob Commands
Required Control Panel Feature
Keyswitch arm zone or input
• Arm / Disarm
(Momentary)
Automatic Interior Bypass
• Stay Mode Arming
24 hour panic zone
• Panic
• Garage Door Control Standard
Keyfob Indicators
Armed
Armed Stay
Armed Instant
Armed / Zones Bypassed
Disarmed / System Ready
Disarmed / Zones Faulted
Alarm
Alarm Memory
Fire Alarm
System Trouble
4
This manual is divided into 3 sections which are marked on the
outer border of each page - General Information (pages 2-7),
Bus Mode Operation (pages 8-16) and Universal Operation
(pages 17-23). After reviewing the General Information section
for an overview of the system, refer to the section which
applies to the type of installation at hand, Bus or Universal.
Keyfob Indicators
• Armed / Disarmed
• Armed Stay
• Alarm
• Alarm Memory
• Fire Alarm
Required Control Panel Feature
Armed output or lug (high or low)
Automatic Interior Bypass
Steady bell output (high or low)
Steady bell output (high or low)
Pulsing Bell output (high or low)
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WIRING DIAGRAM AND SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Enroll Mode Push Button
Receiver LED
A1
A2
A3
AR
R2T
RE1
RE2
RE3
RE4
RES
System Configuration Jumpers
J10
J9
J8
Keypad
Address
Jumpers
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N/C
COM
Mounting the Receiver
The 2 way receiver should be mounted in a location which is centrally located within the area of anticipated usage. It is
not recommended that the receiver be installed in an attic or mounted within 24 inches of any metallic objects.
Installation in a basement will result in reduced range. It should not be mounted in the control panel enclosure. The
receiver must be positioned with the antennas pointed up.
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B
Garage
Door
Invert Armed Sense
Relay 3
A
Panic
Invert Alarm Sense
Relay 2
N/O
N/C
COM
N/O
Relay 1
Keyswitch
Arm
N/O
PGM
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
N/C
Alarm Sense Input
2
COM
8
TX
If not pulsing in Bus Mode,
check the following:
--Keypad not programmed
--Bus wiring incorrect
7
YELLOW
Steady
Pulsing
6
Armed Sense Input
Universal Mode
Bus Mode
5
RX
User Code Enroll Mode Rapid Flash / Pulse
4
GREEN
+12V DC
Rapid Flash
3
Ground
1
BLACK
See
page 8
Receiver LED Indications
KeyFob Enroll Mode
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AB
RED
J6
J7
Reserved
J5
J4
J2
J3
See
page 8
Relay 2 momentary
Reserved
Panel
Type
Jumpers
General Information
Invert Stay PGM
J1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
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CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
Controls
The KeyFob’s 4 command buttons provide complete system control. Commands are issued to
the alarm system by either pressing or holding down (for 2 seconds) the appropriate button.
Audible Indicators
Each time a command is
issued, the KeyFob’s mini
sounder will issue an
audible confirmation beep
with the visual indication.
General Information
# of
Beeps Status
1
Armed
Press ∗ to open
garage door
2
Disarmed
Hold Down PANIC
for 2 seconds to
activate a panic
alarm.
Hold Down ∗ for 2
seconds to activate lighting or
other special application. †
3
Armed,
Stay mode
4
Armed, zones
bypassed
∗
Hold Down ∗ for 2
seconds to open a
second
garage
door. †
5†
System Trouble
6...
Alarm !
∗
STATUS
Press STATUS to
update the display
with the current
system status.
The proper icon(s)
will appear, accompanied by the appropriate beep(s). (see
Audible Indicators)
The
icon(s)
will
automatically go out
in about 6 seconds.
† Bus Operation Only
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PANIC
ON/OFF
Press ON/OFF to arm or
disarm the alarm system.
Hold Down ON/OFF to Arm
the system in STAY mode.
Press and hold again to activate Instant arming.
ON/OFF
AND
OR
Press ON/OFF and ∗ simultaneously to
activate lighting or other special application.†
(repeats)
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CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
Visual LCD Indicators
The 2WAY-UNIVKF uses a series of icons to convey the status of the system. Each time the STATUS button is pressed, or
a command is issued, the appropriate icon(s) will display for about 6 seconds. For example, if ON/OFF is pressed to arm
the system, the Armed icon will light in a few seconds to confirm that the command was successfully performed. Below is a
description of each icon indicator. Please note that the icons marked “†” are optional and may not apply to all systems.
Transmit Each time a
Armed Bypassed †
(slowly flashing) the system is
armed with zones bypassed.
System Ready The system is
disarmed, with all zones secure.
The system is ready to arm.
Zones Faulted † (slowly flashing)
Disarmed, zones faulted.
Stay Mode † The system
is armed with interior zones
bypassed.
Fire Alarm † (flashing) The
system is in a fire alarm
condition.
Instant Mode † The
General Information
button is pressed the
transmit ICON will light to
indicate that the KeyFob is
transmitting to the receiver.
Armed
The system is armed.
system is armed with
Instant protection.
System in Alarm / Alarm Memory
(flashing) The system alarm is sounding
or an alarm has occurred while you were
away. Proceed with caution!
System Trouble † The alarm system is in a
trouble condition. Consult keypad and owners
manual for the exact nature of the trouble.
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STEP 1 - WIRING AND CONFIGURATION
Bus Mode Operation
If KeyFob panic is desired, Keypad Panic should be enabled in the
control panel program. For the Ademco Vista 10 and 20, zone 95
must be programmed for 24 Hr Audible or 24 Hr Silent. For the Vista
40 & 50 zone 99 must be programmed for 24 Hr Audible or 24 Hr
Silent.
Configuring the Receiver Address
For the NAPCO Gemini and Vista 40 & 50 bus operation, the
receiver must be addressed to match the address of the additional
keypad enabled in programming above. For example, if the
receiver is to be addressed as keypad 3, refer to the Receiver
Address Chart and install the appropriate address jumpers (J8 off,
J9 ON, J10 ON). This is not required for the Ademco Vista 10 and
20.
Configuring the Control Panel Type
For a bus compatible installations only, refer to the Panel Type
Configuration chart to determine the correct jumper settings for
control panel being used.
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1
12
4
1
3
RED
BLACK
GREEN
YELLOW
YELLOW
11
RX
2
4
GREEN
10
3
+12V GND TX
BLACK
9
2
RECEIVER
RX
RED
Programming
The Gemini and Ademco Vista 40 & 50 control panels must be
programmed for an additional keypad. For example, if the
installation currently has 2 keypads, an additional keypad, keypad
# 3 must be enabled in programming. This is not required for the
Ademco Vista 10 and 20.
RECEIVER
+12V GND TX
GEMINI PANEL
Wiring
The 2WAY-UNIVKF is compatible with the keypad bus of the
NAPCO Gemini GEM-P816, GEM-P1632, GEM-P3200 and GEMP9600 control panels. It is also compatible with the keypad bus of
the Ademco models Vista 10, 20, 40 & 50. Note: For Bus
Operation, DO NOT connect any wires to terminals 5 & 6.
ADEMCO PANEL
RECEIVER ADDRESS CHART
KEYPAD
ADDRESS JUMPERS
#
J8
J9
J10
off
off
off
1
off
off
1
ON
off
off
2
ON
off
3
ON
ON
off
off
4
ON
off
5
ON
ON
off
6
ON
ON
7
ON
ON
ON
PANEL TYPE CONFIG. CHART
PANEL TYPE
NAPCO GEM-P816, P1632, P3200, P9600
NAPCO GEM-P816 V10A, P1632 V10A, P3200V30A,
P9600V30A using "K" Series Keypads.
Ademco Vista 10, 20
Ademco 40, 50
CONFIG.
JUMPERS
J3 J4 J5
off off off
off ON ON
off
off
off ON
ON off
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STEP 2 - ENROLLING KEYFOBS--With NAPCO "Classic" Keypads
Enrolling and Removing KeyFobs
Each KeyFob must be enrolled into the receiver. The following procedure is used to enroll the unique RF ID number
stored in the non-volatile memory of each KeyFob into the receiver memory.
Arm system from any keypad
2
Disarm system from any keypad
3
Press 1114 D on keypad
The Enroll Mode LED will flash rapidly.
The keypad will give error beeps - ignore.
4
Press the ∗ button on KeyFob 1
The KeyFob will sound a single confirmation beep.
....
Repeat for each KeyFob to be enrolled
Press C on Keypad
Exit Enroll Mode - the Enroll Mode LED will start to slowly pulse.
The KeyFob will give a series of beeps and the unlock icon will
display.
• The Keyfob Enroll Mode may also be entered / exited by pressing the the Enroll Mode Push Button on the top of the
receiver. See page 18 for more information.
Bus Mode Operation
1
• To Remove a lost KeyFob from the system: Enter and then exit the Keyfob Enroll Mode (Arm and disarm the
system, enter 1114 D and then press C). All keyfobs will be deleted from the system.
For NAPCO "K Series" Keypads, see pages 10 and 13.
For Ademco Keypads, see pages 11 and 14
NAPCO "Classic" Keypads
NAPCO "K Series" Keypads
GEM-RP1CAe2, GEM-RP2ASe2,
GEM-RP3DGTL
GEM-K1CA, GEM-K2AS,
GEM-K3DGTL, GEM-K4RF
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STEP 2 - ENROLLING KEYFOBS--With NAPCO "K Series" Keypads
Bus Mode Operation
Enrolling and Removing KeyFobs
Each KeyFob must be enrolled into the receiver. The following procedure is used to enroll the unique RF ID number
stored in the non-volatile memory of each KeyFob into the receiver memory.
1
Arm system from any keypad
2
Disarm system from any keypad
3
Press 1114 U on keypad
The Enroll Mode LED will flash rapidly.
The keypad will give error beeps - ignore.
4
Press the ∗ button on KeyFob 1
The KeyFob will sound a single confirmation beep.
....
Repeat for each KeyFob to be enrolled
Press C on Keypad
Exit Enroll Mode - the Enroll Mode LED will slowly pulse. The
KeyFob will give a series of beeps and the unlock icon will
display.
• The Keyfob Enroll Mode may also be entered / exited by pressing the the Enroll Mode Push Button on the top of the
receiver. See page 18 for more information.
• To Remove a lost KeyFob from the system: Enter and then exit the Keyfob Enroll Mode (Arm and disarm the
system, enter 1114 U and then press C). All keyfobs will be deleted from the system.
For NAPCO "Classic" Keypads, see pages 9 and 12.
For Ademco Keypads, see pages 11 and 14
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NAPCO "Classic" Keypads
NAPCO "K Series" Keypads
GEM-RP1CAe2, GEM-RP2ASe2,
GEM-RP3DGTL
GEM-K1CA, GEM-K2AS,
GEM-K3DGTL, GEM-K4RF
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STEP 2 - ENROLLING KEYFOBS--With ADEMCO Panels/Keypads
Enrolling and Removing KeyFobs
Each KeyFob must be enrolled into the receiver. The following procedure is used to enroll the unique RF ID number
stored in the non-volatile memory of each KeyFob into the receiver memory.
Arm system from any keypad
2
Disarm system from any keypad
3
Press 1114, then [AWAY] on keypad
The Enroll Mode LED will flash rapidly.
The keypad may sound error beeps* - ignore.
4
Press the ∗ button on KeyFob 1
The KeyFob will sound a single confirmation beep.
....
Repeat for each KeyFob to be enrolled
Press C on Keypad
Exit Enroll Mode - the Enroll Mode LED will slowly pulse. The
KeyFob will give a series of beeps and the unlock icon will
display.
• The Keyfob Enroll Mode may also be entered / exited by pressing the the Enroll Mode Push Button on the top of the
receiver. See page 18 for more information.
Bus Mode Operation
1
• To Remove a lost KeyFob from the system: Enter and then exit the Keyfob Enroll Mode (Arm and disarm the
system, enter 1114 [AWAY] and then press [#] ). All keyfobs will be deleted from the system.
For NAPCO "Classic" Keypads, see pages 9 and 12.
For NAPCO "K Series" Keypads, see pages 10 and 13.
*Some Vista models will beep, others will not.
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STEP 3 - ENROLLING USER CODES--With NAPCO "Classic" Keypads
Bus Mode Operation
Enrolling User Codes into the 2 Way receiver
After all KeyFobs have been enrolled as described in step 2, a 4-digit User Code must be enrolled into the receiver for each KeyFob.
If you have enrolled 3 KeyFobs, you must program into the control panel (3) 4-digit User Codes and then use the following procedure
to enroll these User Codes into the receiver. The receiver will hold these User Codes in its non-volatile memory and use them to arm/
disarm the system upon command from the KeyFob. This User Code Enrollment feature allows the control panel to uniquely identify
each KeyFob used to arm and disarm the system, log KeyFob opening/closing activity in its event buffer and report openings and
closings by KeyFob user if desired. Note: Before proceeding, a 4 digit User Code representing each KeyFob must be
programmed into the control panel.
1 Arm system from any keypad (using any User Code)
2 Disarm system from any keypad
3 Press 1113 D
Enroll Mode LED will flash / pulse
The keypad will give error beeps - ignore.
4 Enter 4 digit User Code for KeyFob # 1, press D
System will Arm
5 Reenter the 4 digit User Code for KeyFob # 1, D
System will Disarm
6 Observe automatic reciever test of user code.
System will test User Code by quickly Arming and
Disarming
... Repeat steps 4 & 5 for each KeyFob to be enrolled.
• Press C on Keypad
Note: If these user codes are changed in control panel programming,
the new user codes must be re-enrolled into the receiver.
For NAPCO "K Series" Keypads, see pages 10 and 13.
For Ademco Keypads, see pages 11 and 14
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Exit Enroll Mode-the Enroll Mode LED will slowly pulse
NAPCO "Classic" Keypads
NAPCO "K Series" Keypads
GEM-RP1CAe2, GEMRP2ASe2, GEM-RP3DGTL
GEM-K1CA, GEM-K2AS,
GEM-K3DGTL, GEM-K4RF
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STEP 3 - ENROLLING USER CODES--With NAPCO "K Series" Keypads
Enrolling User Codes into the 2 Way receiver
After all KeyFobs have been enrolled as described in step 2, a 4-digit User Code must be enrolled into the receiver for each KeyFob.
If you have enrolled 3 KeyFobs, you must program into the control panel (3) 4-digit User Codes and then use the following procedure
to enroll these User Codes into the receiver. The receiver will hold these User Codes in its non-volatile memory and use them to arm/
disarm the system upon command from the KeyFob. This User Code Enrollment feature allows the control panel to uniquely identify
each KeyFob used to arm and disarm the system, log KeyFob opening/closing activity in its event buffer and report openings and
closings by KeyFob user if desired. Note: Before proceeding, a 4 digit User Code representing each KeyFob must be
programmed into the control panel.
3 Press 1113 U
Enroll Mode LED will flash / pulse
The keypad will give error beeps - ignore.
4 Enter 4 digit User Code for KeyFob # 1, press Q
System will Arm
5 Reenter the 4 digit User Code for KeyFob # 1, U
System will Disarm
6 Observe automatic reciever test of user code.
System will test User Code by quickly Arming
and Disarming
... Repeat steps 4 & 5 for each KeyFob to be enrolled.
• Press C on Keypad
Note: If these user codes are changed in control panel programming,
the new user codes must be re-enrolled into the receiver.
For NAPCO "Classic" Keypads, see pages 9 and 12.
For Ademco Keypads, see pages 11 and 14
Exit Enroll Mode-the Enroll Mode LED will slowly
pulse
NAPCO "Classic" Keypads
NAPCO "K Series" Keypads
GEM-RP1CAe2, GEMRP2ASe2, GEM-RP3DGTL
GEM-K1CA, GEM-K2AS,
GEM-K3DGTL, GEM-K4RF
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Bus Mode Operation
1 Arm system from any keypad (using any User Code)
2 Disarm system from any keypad
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STEP 3 - ENROLLING USER CODES--With ADEMCO Panels/Keypads
Enrolling User Codes into the 2 Way receiver
After all KeyFobs have been enrolled as described in step 2, a 4-digit User Code must be enrolled into the receiver for each KeyFob.
If you have enrolled 3 KeyFobs, you must program into the control panel (3) 4-digit User Codes and then use the following procedure
to enroll these User Codes into the receiver. The receiver will hold these User Codes in its non-volatile memory and use them to arm/
disarm the system upon command from the KeyFob.
This User Code Enrollment feature allows the control panel to uniquely identify each KeyFob used to arm and disarm the system, log
KeyFob opening/closing activity in its event buffer and report openings and closings by KeyFob user if desired.
Bus Mode Operation
Note: Before proceeding, a 4 digit User Code representing each KeyFob must be programmed into the control panel.
1 Arm system from any keypad (using any User Code)
2 Disarm system from any keypad
3 Press 1113 [AWAY]
Enroll Mode LED will flash / pulse
4 Enter 4 digit User Code for KeyFob # 1, press [AWAY]
System will Arm
5 Reenter the 4 digit User Code for KeyFob # 1, [OFF]
System will Disarm
6 Observe automatic reciever test of user code.
System will test User Code by quickly Arming
and Disarming
The keypad may sound error beeps* - ignore.
... Repeat steps 4 & 5 for each KeyFob to be enrolled.
• Press [#] on Keypad
Exit Enroll Mode-the Enroll Mode LED will slowly
pulse
Note: If these user codes are changed in control panel programming, the new user codes must be re-enrolled into the receiver.
For NAPCO "Classic" Keypads, see pages 9 and 12.
For NAPCO "K Series" Keypads, see pages 10 and 13.
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GARAGE DOOR CONTROL / SPECIAL APPLICATIONS
When installed on the bus of a Gemini or Ademco control panel, receiver Relays 1 and 2 are available for other applications
such as lighting or appliance control, while Relay 3 remains dedicated to the control of a garage door opener.
• Press [ON/OFF] and [∗] simultaneously to toggle Relay 1 On / Off
• Hold Down [∗] for 2 seconds to toggle Relay 2 On / Off
OR
• Hold Down [∗] for 2 sec. to momentarily activate Relay 2 to open a second garage door.
(Install Jumper 6 - Relay 2 momentary).
Relay 1 Appliance
Control
Relay 2 Appliance
Control
Relay 2 Second Garage
Door Control
Press [∗] to momentarily activate
Relay 3 to open a garage door.
Press [ON/OFF] and [∗]
simultaneously to toggle
Relay 1 On / Off
Hold Down [∗] for 2 seconds to
toggle Relay 2 On / Off
Hold Down [∗] for 2 sec. to
momentarily activate Relay 2 to
open a second garage door.
N/O
14
Install Jumper
across Config
Pins J6
COM N/C
15
16
N/O
8
N/O
COM N/C
9
11
10
COM
12
+
-
Lighting or other special
application device.
13
+ Low
Voltage
+ Low
Voltage
Garage door opener wall mounted
push-button, or normally open
garage door opener input.
N/C
+
-
Lighting or other special
application device.
N/O
11
COM N/C
12
13
Bus Mode Operation
Relay 3 Garage Door
Control
J6
Garage door opener wall mounted
push-button, or normally open
garage door opener input.
Gemini Relay Control Group Support
When used on a Gemini series control which supports Relay Control Groups (GEM-P3200 & P9600), each time the
KeyFob is used to activate Relay 1 or Relay 2, Relay Control groups 1 & 2 are also simultaneously activated, allowing
control of external (RB3008) relays and/or X-10 devices connected to the control panel.
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TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
Typical Gemini control panel application controlling 2
Garage doors and X-10 devices and appliances through
the 2WAY-UNIVKF Keyfob.
Typical Ademco control panel application controlling 1
Garage door and 2 appliances through the 2WAYUNIVKF Keyfob.
GEM-P3200 / GEM-P9600
5
VISTA-20se
6
7
8
Bus Mode Operation
RED
9
BLK
GRN
YEL
REMOTE PWR +
10 REMOTE PWR
-
11 TX
12 RX
1
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
BLK
RED
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
2WAY-
Garage Door
Control
GRN
YEL
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
2WAY-UNIV
Garage Door
Control
Door 1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Door 2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Appliance
Appliance
GEMINI
SYSTEM ARMED
SYSTEM ARMED
01/01/00 12:00 AM
01/01/97 12:00AM
D ST
ARME
GEM-X10
ATUS
NEXT/YES
A123
B456
D
E
Appliance
PRIOR/NO
F
AREA
C7 8 9 0 G
COMPUTERIZED SECURITY SYSTEM
R
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STEP 1 - WIRING FOR ARM / DISARM AND PANIC
Universal operation requires the use of control panel zones to provide Arm / Disarm and Panic operation. One zone must be
programmed as a keyswitch arm zone which will process a 2 second violation as an Arm / Disarm command. The other zone must
be programmed as a 24 hour panic zone, which will process a 2 second violation as a panic alarm. The wiring instructions below
include wiring schemes for control panels which support zone doubling, such as the NAPCO Express series.
Wiring for Arm / Disarm
Wiring for Panic
Program a zone on the control panel for “Keyswitch Arm”
Program a zone on the control panel as a 24 Hour Panic
Zone.
change state (from normally closed to normally open) for 2
seconds and then restore, causing the control panel to arm
or disarm.
EOLR PANEL
Typical Keyswitch wiring
for a zone using
End of Line resistors
N/O
8
COM N/C
9
10
EOLR
Zone programmed for
Keyswitch Arm
ZONE DOUBLED PANEL
Typical Keyswitch wiring
for a “zone doubled” zone
N/O
8
COM N/C
9
10
• When [PANIC] is pressed, the Panic relay will change
state (from normally closed to normally open) for 2
seconds and then restore, causing an alarm on the the
control panel Panic Zone.
EOLR PANEL
Typical Panic wiring
for a zone using
End of Line resistors
Zone programmed for
Keyswitch Arm
Typical Panic wiring
for a “zone doubled” zone
N/O
N/O
11
ZDR*
ZONE DOUBLED PANEL
COM N/C
12
13
11
Universal Operation
• When [ON/OFF] is pressed, the Arm/Disarm relay will
COM N/C
12
13
ZDR
EOLR
Zone programmed for
24 hour panic
Zone programmed
for 24 hour panic
* ZDR = Zone Doubling Resistor
* ZDR = Zone Doubling Resistor
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STEP 2 - ENROLLING KEYFOBS
Enrolling and Removing KeyFobs
Each KeyFob used in the system must be enrolled into the receiver
using the following procedure:
Enroll Mode
Push Button
Enroll Mode
LED
Universal Operation
Receiver
1
Use a pen or pencil to depress and hold the recessed
Enroll Mode Push Button on the top of the receiver.
Entered Enroll Mode - The Enroll Mode LED will
continue to flash.
2
Press the ∗ button on KeyFob 1.
The KeyFob will sound a single confirmation beep.
3
Press the ∗ button on KeyFob 2 (if more than one).
The KeyFob will sound a single confirmation beep.
...
Repeat for each KeyFob to be programmed into system.
•
Hold Down Enroll Mode Push Button or KeyFob ON/OFF.
•
Exit Enroll Mode - the Enroll Mode LED will go out.
To remove a lost KeyFob from the system: Enter and then exit the Keyfob Enroll Mode. (Hold down Enroll Mode
Push Button until Enroll Mode LED flashes, release and then hold down again to exit Enroll Mode). All keyfobs will be
deleted from system.
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STEP 3 - WIRING FOR ARM & ALARM SENSE
Wiring for Arm Sense
Wiring for Alarm Sense
In Universal Mode, the receiver requires an Armed output from
the control panel in order to pass the system status to the
KeyFob. It may be configured for either a positive sense or
negative sense.
In Universal Mode, the receiver requires an Alarm output from
the control panel in order to pass the correct status to the
KeyFob. Typical connection will be to the bell output of the
control panel. It will automatically display a siren icon for a
steady input and a fire icon for a pulsing or temporal fire output.
The Alarm Sense input may be configured for either a positive
or negative output.
Wiring to a control panel with
an Armed output which goes
positive upon arming.
5
Wiring to a control panel with
an Alarm output which goes
positive upon alarm.
5
Wiring to a control panel with
an Alarm output which goes
negative upon alarm.
6
Positive
Bell
Output
6
Negative
Alarm
Output
+
-
Remove Jumper
from Config Pin A
Install Jumper on
Config Pin A
Remove Jumper
from Config Pin B
Install Jumper on
Config Pin B
A
A
B
B
Negative = less than 3 V DC
Positive = greater than 7 V DC
Negative = less than 3 V DC
Positive = greater than 7 V DC
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Wiring to a control panel with
an Armed output which goes
negative upon arming.
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Wiring for Stay Mode
Universal Operation
Wiring for Stay Mode
When installed on a control panel which provides “Automatic Interior Bypass”, the system can be armed in either the AWAY or
STAY mode through the KeyFob. A system which provides “Automatic Interior Bypass” controls the Interior protection by
automatically bypassing the Interior Zones if the system is armed and the exit/entry door is not opened. Program the control panel
for “Automatic Interior Bypass”, or for “Home Away with Delay” (for the NAPCO Express Series Stay mode). Each time the system
is armed by a press of KeyFob button [ON/OFF], the system will arm in the AWAY mode, providing complete protection. If the
KeyFob button [ON/OFF] is held down for 2 seconds, the system will arm in the in the STAY mode, providing perimeter protection
only.
Choose the appropriate wiring scheme for your control panel.
• When KeyFob button [ON/OFF] is pressed, the PGM terminal of the receiver will cause a violation of the exit entry zone,
which will arm the system in the AWAY mode.
• If KeyFob button [ON/OFF] is held down for 2 seconds, the system will arm without the PGM violation of the E/E zone, which
will arm the system in the STAY mode.
EOLR PANEL
ZONE DOUBLED PANEL
Typical STAY mode wiring for a control
panel using End of Line resistors
Typical STAY mode wiring for a control
panel using Zone Doubling
PGM
5
6
PGM
7
5
Zone programmed
for Exit Entry
Protective zone
device and EOLR
+
-
EOLR
Zone programmed
for Exit Entry
Protective zone device and
Zone Doubling Resistor.
+
6
7
For the NAPCO Express Series
and GEM-P400/P800 controls:
• Program the interior zones for
for home away with delay and
wire as shown.
• Install jumper J2 to invert
PGM operation
-
Install Jumper
across Config
Pins J2
ZDR
J2
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GARAGE DOOR CONTROL
Wiring for Garage Door Control
•
Typical wiring for a controlling a
garage door opener from KeyFob.
N/O
14
1 Open battery compartment on back of Keyfob.
2 Remove old battery and replace with new.
+
AAA
COM N/C
15
16
Garage door opener wall mounted
push-button switch, or normally open
garage door opener input.
3 Replace battery compartment cover
Universal Operation
Pressing the ∗ button will provide a 2 second short
across these terminals, prompting the garage door
opener to activate.
Changing the KeyFob battery
*
In Universal operation, the 2WAY-UNIVKF may be used to
control a garage door opener, or any other access control
device which requires a momentary closure for activation.
The typical installation will require that the N/O and COM
terminals of Relay 3 be wired across the wall mounted pushbutton switch for the garage door control as shown in the
diagram below.
Always use only AAA 1.5 Volt alkaline batteries.
Note: There is no need to re-enroll the KeyFobs after
a battery change.
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TYPICALDOOR
APPLICATIONS
GARAGE
CONTROL
Typical Universal Mode applications with EOLR Control Panel (MA1008e) and Zone Doubled Control Panel (GEM-P800) using Arm
and Alarm sense with Stay Mode and Garage Door control.
E4 ARMED LUG
4
E10 Burg LUG
8
REM. PWR
GEM-P800
-
9
Z2 Z3 Z4
Z5 Z6 Z7
Z1/2 Z3/4
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
-
+
+
+
- +
2
Z5/6
+
-
+
+
-
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
1
2
3
5
6
6
STAY MODE PGM (4)
7
7
(3)
8
VVV
3.9K
PANIC ZONE
ZONE 5 (3)
NOTES:
(1) Enable Keyswitch Input on Zone 6 [26-1].
VVV
2.2K
(2) Enable Armed Output on PGM [25-4].
(3) Program Zone 5 for 24 Hour [05-5].
(4) Enable Home/Away with Delay [01-X] for all
Interior zones
2WAY-UNIV
KEYSWITCH ARM
ZONE 6 (1)
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
VVV
2.2K
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(4) For BOTH Fire AND Burg sense, (2) IN4001
diodes are required as shown. For EITHER
Fire OR Burg sense, no diodes are required.
9
EOL
VVV
(3) Enable Automatic Group Bypass [065-4] and
program all Interior Zones for Group Bypass
[196 -X, 197-X]
E/E ZONE 1
8
EOL
(2) Program Panic Zone 6 for 24 Hour [199-2].
VVV
NOTES:
(1) Enable Keyswitch Input on Zone 7 [183-8].
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
4
5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
4
(1)
ARM SENSE (2)
3
ALARM SENSE
2
ARM SENSE
ALARM SENSE
1
1
EOL
+
KEYSWITCH ZONE 7
VVVV
- PWR
+
PANIC ZONE ZONE 6 (2)
E/E ZONE
+ PWR
-
PGMM
Z1
+
12
+ PWRR
10
11
- PWRR
+ BELL OUTPUTT
REM.PWR +
STAY MODE PGM
Universal Operation
6
7
MA1008e
E9 Fire LUG
(4)
5
Garage Door
Control
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TYPICALDOOR
APPLICATIONS
GARAGE
CONTROL
Typical Universal Mode applications with EOLR Control Panels using Arm and Alarm sense with Stay Mode and Garage Door
control.
Z1
+
Z2
+
+
Z3
-
Z4
+ +
Z5
-
Z6
+
+
Z7
-
Z8
+
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
7
8
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
2WAY-UNIV
9
MODE PGM
(4)
Garage Door Control
NOTES:
(1) Enable Keyswitch Input (Example Zone 8, Location 25, Segment 8=11)
(2) Enable Armed Output on AUX OUT 1. Location 47, Segment 1= 21, Segment 2=0)
(3) Program Panic Zone (Example Zone 7 (24 Hour Silent) Location 25, Segment 7= 7
and other appropriate options such as reporting, audibles, etc...)
(4) Enable Automatic Interior Bypass (Location 23, Segment 1 = 3) and set for all Interior
Zones (Location 25, Segment X=18).
(5) For Burg Sense, enable Alarm Output on AUX OUT 2 (Location 48, Segment 1= 0,
Segment 2=0). For both
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2WAY-UNIV
9
Garage Door Control
8
(4) Enable Automatic Interior Bypass for all Interior
zones. (Location 001, Enter 05 for all Interior Zones)
5
7
EOL
VVV
(3) Program Panic Zone for 24 Hour (Example Zone 7
Location 001=16)
4
3
2
1
4
6
EOL
(2) Enable Armed Output on PGM1 Location 009=05)
VVV
NOTES:
(1) Enable Keyswitch Input (Example Zone 8 Location
001=22)
AUX OUT 4
AUX OUT 3
AUX OUT 2
AUX OUT 1
STAY
EOL
5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
4
STAY MODE PGM (4)
ALRM SENSE (5)
VVV
3
ALARM SENSE
ARM SENSE (2)
EOL
2
SENSE (2)
PANIC ZONE (3)
VVV
1
PANIC ZONE (3)
KEYSWITCH ARM ZONE (1)
ARM
KEYSWITCH ARM ZONE (1)
Universal Operation
-
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
3
6
COM
AUX PWR +
Z8
COM
Z7
Z6
COM
Caddx
Z5
NX8
Z4
COM
Z3
Z2
COM
Z1
2
5
BELL + 24
BELL - 23
1
4
PGM1
- AUX
+ BELL OUTPUT
+AUX
3
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NAPCO LIMITED WARRANTY
NAPCO SECURITY SYSTEMS, INC. (NAPCO) warrants its products to be free from
manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship for thirty-six months following the date
of manufacture. NAPCO will, within said period, at its option, repair or replace any product
failing to operate correctly without charge to the original purchaser or user.
This warranty shall not apply to any equipment, or any part thereof, which has been repaired
by others, improperly installed, improperly used, abused, altered, damaged, subjected to
acts of God, or on which any serial numbers have been altered, defaced or removed. Seller
will not be responsible for any dismantling or reinstallation charges.
THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE
DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF. THERE IS NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR A WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE. ADDITIONALLY, THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES ON THE PART OF NAPCO.
Any action for breach of warranty, including but not limited to any implied warranty of
merchantability, must be brought within the six months following the end of the warranty
period.
IN NO CASE SHALL NAPCO BE LIABLE TO ANYONE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR
INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, EVEN IF THE LOSS OR DAMAGE IS CAUSED BY THE
SELLER'S OWN NEGLIGENCE OR FAULT.
In case of defect, contact the security professional who installed and maintains your security
system. In order to exercise the warranty, the product must be returned by the security
professional, shipping costs prepaid and insured to NAPCO. After repair or replacement,
NAPCO assumes the cost of returning products under warranty. NAPCO shall have no
obligation under this warranty, or otherwise, if the product has been repaired by others,
improperly installed, improperly used, abused, altered, damaged, subjected to accident,
nuisance, flood, fire or acts of God, or on which any serial numbers have been altered,
defaced or removed. NAPCO will not be responsible for any dismantling, reassembly or
reinstallation charges.
This warranty contains the entire warranty. It is the sole warranty and any prior agreements
or representations, whether oral or written, are either merged herein or are expressly
canceled. NAPCO neither assumes, nor authorizes any other person purporting to act on its
behalf to modify, to change, or to assume for it, any other warranty or liability concerning its
products.
In no event shall NAPCO be liable for an amount in excess of NAPCO's original selling price
of the product, for any loss or damage, whether direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or
otherwise arising out of any failure of the product. Seller's warranty, as hereinabove set
forth, shall not be enlarged, diminished or affected by and no obligation or liability shall arise
or grow out of Seller's rendering of technical advice or service in connection with Buyer's
order of the goods furnished hereunder.
NAPCO RECOMMENDS THAT THE ENTIRE SYSTEM BE COMPLETELY TESTED
WEEKLY.
Warning: Despite frequent testing, and due to, but not limited to, any or all of the following;
criminal tampering, electrical or communications disruption, it is possible for the system to
fail to perform as expected. NAPCO does not represent that the product/system may not be
compromised or circumvented; or that the product or system will prevent any personal injury
or property loss by burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise; nor that the product or system will in
all cases provide adequate warning or protection. A properly installed and maintained alarm
may only reduce risk of burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise but it is not insurance or a
guarantee that these events will not occur. CONSEQUENTLY, SELLER SHALL HAVE NO
LIABILITY FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, OR OTHER LOSS
BASED ON A CLAIM THE PRODUCT FAILED TO GIVE WARNING. Therefore, the installer
should in turn advise the consumer to take any and all precautions for his or her safety
including, but not limited to, fleeing the premises and calling police or fire department, in
order to mitigate the possibilities of harm and/or damage.
NAPCO is not an insurer of either the property or safety of the user's family or employees,
and limits its liability for any loss or damage including incidental or consequential damages
to NAPCO's original selling price of the product regardless of the cause of such loss or
damage.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or do not allow
the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or differentiate in their
treatment of limitations of liability for ordinary or gross negligence, so the above limitations
or exclusions may not apply to you. This Warranty gives you specific legal rights and you
may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
FCC ID: AD82WAYUNIVKF
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference.
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
NAPCO Security Systems, 333 Bayview Avenue, Amityville, NY 11701
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