Alexor | PC9155D-433 | Specifications | Alexor PC9155D-433 Specifications

Section 1 – Training Guide Summary
Section 2 – Wireless Information
Serial Number
Supervision
Section 3 – Key Features
Section 4 – Specifications
Section 5 – Compatible Wireless Offerings
Section 6 – PC9155 Suite Overview
Compatible Device/Detector List
PC9155 Enclosure Details
PC9155 Circuit Board – Overview
PC9155 Circuit Board – Terminals
WT5500 Overview
WT4901 Overview
WT4911 Overview
WT4989 Overview
WS4913 Overview
WS4985 Overview
GS2065 Overview
TL265GS Overview
Section 7 – Programming Navigation
General Navigation
Quick Enroll
Template
Section 8 – System Installation
Section 9 – Additional Wireless Programming
Section 10 – I/O Terminal Information
Section 11 – Star Commands
Section 12 – Arming and Disarming
Welcome to the 2-way wireless security suite training guide. This guide is designed to
provide technical information about the 2-way wireless security suite in preparation for
the upcoming technical presentation (in-class or video conference).
Most of the information outlined in this guide will also be covered during the in-class/
video session. The in-class/video session will however primarily focus on key features,
installation, product overview etc. It is important to ensure that all of the material in this
guide be thoroughly reviewed.
A technical test will be issued at the end of the training session.
Serial Numbers:
PC9155:
The PC9155 requires that all device/detector are programmed with an 8-digit serial number.
Wireless Devices:
1 – Way Devices: the serial number for these devices are 6-digits in length. Since the PC9155 requires
that serial number are programmed with 8-digits, enter ‘00’ prior to entering the 6-digit number.
2 – Way Devices: these devices are 8-digits
Wireless Supervision
Supervisory Signal:
Each wireless device automatically transmits a supervisory signal every 64 minutes. This signal is
automatic and contains the following information:
Contact State
Tamper State
Battery Voltage
Supervisory Window:
This is a programmable window in the PC9155 control panel (default = 24 hours). It is required that at
least one supervisory signal be received by the PC9155 from each device/detector before the end of
each supervisory window. If a signal is not received, a Zone Fault trouble condition is generated for the
failed device/detector
Wireless Detector Compatibility
1 – Way Detectors:
1-way 433MHz detectors are compatible with the PC9155
2 – Way Detectors:
2-way 433MHz detectors (contain a prefix ‘WT’) are only compatible with the PC9155 and are NOT
compatible with 1-way receivers
List of 1-way receivers:
PC5132-433
RF5132-433
RF5108-433
SCW9045/47
RFK55XX-433
1-way, 2-way wireless detector support
2-way wireless keypad support (WT5500)
Wireless Quick Enroll
Template programming
Account Code Error Checking
Alternate communications via GSM/GPRS and IP
Local and remote downloading
4 communication phone numbers
2 Input/Output terminals
Front and back tamper
Onboard Siren at 85dB
False alarm reduction features
Specifications:
Number of Zones Supported
34 zones (32 wireless, 2 hardwired)
Number of Key FOBs Supported
16
Number of Proximity Tags Supported
17
Number of PGMs Supported
2
Access Codes
17 (16 user codes, 1 system master)
Communication Format
Automatic SIA, Automatic Contact ID, Pulse, Residential Dial
Number of Keypads
4 (WT5500)
Number of Sirens
4 (Combination of WT4901/WT4911)
AC Power Requirements
16.5VAC, 20VA
Battery Requirements
12vdc, 2.3 AH
AUX Current
12vdc, 200mA (Max.)
PGM Current
50mA (Max.)
Event Buffer
500 Events (Time, Date stamped)
Compatible Wireless Devices
All DSC 433MHz devices (1-way and 2-way)
Compatible Alternate Communicator
GS2065 – GSM/GPRS Wireless Alarm Communicator
TL265GS – Internet and GSM/GPRS Dual-path Alarm Communicator
List of devices in the 2-way wireless
security suite:
- PC9155 control panel
- WT5500 2-way wireless keypad*
- WT5500P 2-way wireless keypad with
prox tag (PT4) support*
- WT5500D 2-way wireless keypad (desk
stand version)
- WT4901 2-way wireless indoor siren*
- WT4911 2-way wireless outdoor siren*
List of current 1-way wireless devices:
Motion Detectors:
All existing 433MHz wireless detectors are
compatible
List of new 2-way wireless devices:
- WT4989 2-way wireless key FOB*
Door/Window Contacts
EV-DW4917 – wireless recessed door/window contact
EV-DW4927 – wireless shock sensor
WS4945 – wireless door/window contact
EV-DW4955 – wireless door/window contact
WS4965 – wireless tri-zone door/window contact
EV-DW4975 – wireless door/window contact
List of new 1-way wireless devices:
- WS4913 – 1-way wireless CO detector
- WS4985 – 1-way wireless flood sensor
New Alarm Communicators
- GS2065 – GSM/GPRS Wireless Alarm
Communicator
- TL265GS – Internet and GSM/GPRS
Dual-path Alarm Communicator
WS4904P – wireless motion detector with pet-immunity
(multiple pets)
WLS914 – wireless motion detector with pet-immunity
(single pet)
Glassbreak
WLS912 – wireless glassbreak detector
Smoke Detectors:
WS4916 – wireless smoke detector
Key FOBs
WS4939 – wireless 4-button key FOB
WS4949 – wireless 2-button key FOB (3 channel)
WS4959 – wireless 4-button key FOB (12 channel)
WS4969 – wireless 4-button key FOB (built-in LED
flashlight)
Panic Button
WS4938 – wireless single-button panic button
Additional Devices
WS4979 – wireless arm/disarm plate
Note:
- only 2-way devices have a prefix of ‘WT’
* 2-way devices are NOT compatible
with 1-way receivers
= ‘Ready’. This indicator is
active when all zones are secure
= ‘Armed’. This indicator is
active when the system is armed
= ‘Trouble’. This indicator is
active when a system trouble is
present
= ‘AC Status’. This indicator is
active when AC power is present
= ‘Communicator Trouble’.
This indicator is active when a
trouble is present on the GS/IP
module
= ‘Network ’. This indicator is
active when the internet
communicator is absent
= ‘Signal Strength (Hi)’. This
indicator is active when the GS
signal strength is good
= Siren Grill
= ‘Signal Strength (Lo)’. This
indicator is active when the GS
signal strength is poor
Network cable channel
Zone wire channel
AC power wire channel
Telephone
On-board siren
Connector
PC-LINK Connector:
- local DLS connection using PC-LINK
cable
- GS/IP module connection
Red
Terminal Strip
On-board siren
Telephone Connections
T-1/R-1 - return telephone
connection to premise
AC
AC power connections.
16.5VAC, 20VA
TIP/RING - incoming telephone
service
I/O Terminals
I/O 1 - configurable as zone input or PGM
output. Zone#33 when configured as a zone
input. Max. 50mA when configured as a PGM
output.
I/O 2 - configurable as zone input or PGM
output. Zone#34 when configured as a zone
input. Max. 50mA when configured as a PGM
output.
AUX -/+
Power connections for 12vdc devices.
Max. 200mA current draw
IMPORTANT NOTE!!!
The PC9155 terminal strip in is
opposite order compared to
previous DSC control panels.
The AC input is now found on
the far right hand terminal. This
order is in place so that the AC
input does not interfere with
wireless operation.
Overview:
The WT5500 is the fully supervised 2-way wireless keypad for the 2-way wireless security suite
Specifications:
Temperature range: -6 ºC to +54 ºC (22 ºF to 140 ºF)
Transformer voltage: 4.5V @ 0.5A
Battery: 3V (using 4xAA Alkaline Batteries)
WT5500 Current draw: 50mA (operating)
Wall mount tamper
5 programmable function keys
Display outdoor temperature via WT4911 2-way wireless outdoor siren
Additional Information:
Available Models:
WT5500 (Standard)
WT5500P (Proximity)
WT5500D (Desk Stand Version)
Available Accessories:
WT5500DMK – Desk Stand
WT5500X – AC Transformer
PT4 – Prox Tag
16
1
2
15
3
14
4
13
5
6
12
7
11
8
10
Status LED Indicators
1 – Ready
2 – Armed
3 – Trouble
4 – AC Status
Function Keys
5 – Stay Arm
6 – Away Arm
7 – Chime Enable/Disable
8 – Zone Bypass
9 – Quick Exit
Emergency Keys
10 – Panic
11 – Auxiliary
12 - Fire
13 – Arrow Keys
14 – Prox Sensor (WT5500P Only)
15 – Light Sensor
16 – Custom LCD Screen
9
Overview:
The WT4901 is a fully supervised 2-way wireless indoor siren for the 2-way wireless security suite
Specifications:
Operating Temperature: -10 ºC to +55 ºC (14 ºF to 131 ºF)
Batteries: (4) AA 1.5V Alkaline
Battery Life: 2 years (typical usage)
Low Battery Level: 5.6 V, pre-determined
Alarm Signals – Output Level: 85dB @ 3m(high volume)
Other Signals – Output Level: 65db @ 3m(medium volume)
Features:
Siren sounds for: Alarms, Door Chime, Entry and Exit Delay, Trouble Indications
Transmits module status including tamper, low battery and RF fault
Case and wall tamper
Fully supervised
Operation
Siren Output Pattern:
Steady (Burg)
Pulsed (Fire)
Temporal Three (Fire)
CO Output Pattern
Additional Signal Outputs:
Placement Test Result
Buzzer Notification*
Door Chime*
System Test
System Troubles*
*Programmable feature
Test Button:
Press and hold the
test button for 5
seconds to confirm
operation. The
sounder will activate
for 4 seconds. 2
seconds at medium
volume and 2
seconds at full
volume.
Siren
Tamper
Battery
Compartment:
4xAA 1.5V Alkaline
Batteries
Overview:
The WT4911 is the fully supervised 2-way wireless outdoor siren for the 2-way wireless security suite
Specifications:
Operating Temperature: -35 ºC to 70 ºC (-31 ºF to 158 ºF)
Batteries: 1 ‘D’ Cell Lithium (Custom DSC part – WT4911 – battery)
Battery Life: 4 years (typical usage)
Low Battery Level: 5.6 V, pre-determined
Alarm Signals – Output Level: 105dB @ 1m
Features:
Strobe light functionality to visually indicate alarms
Provides outdoor temperature reading to the WT5500 wireless keypad
Arm/disarm/alarm memory strobe indication
Fully supervised
Case and wall tamper
Local and remote test capability
UV Protection
IP34 rating
Operation
Siren Output Pattern (Siren and Strobe):
Steady (Burg)
Pulsed (Fire)
Temporal Three (Fire)
CO Output Pattern
Additional Signal Outputs:
Bell Squawk
Placement Test Result
Power-up Test:
Siren and strobe will activate 6 times on power
up
Tamper
Battery Pack
Battery Cable
Battery Connector
Overview:
The WT4989 is a five button, 2-way wireless key FOB for the 2-way wireless security suite
Specifications:
Operating Frequency: 433MHz
Batteries: (2) CR2032, 3V Lithium
Battery Life: 3 years (under typical use)
Dimensions (LxWxH): 75mm x 40mm x 16mm
Weight: 41g
Features:
Backlit icon display
Built-in buzzer for audible feedback
Key tactile feedback
4 one touch function keys, programmable
for up to 6 functions
2 double touch function keys
Status button indication
Keylock
Active alarm indication
3 second delay on panic button
Water resistant
Multifunction clip
Note:
A WT4989 may be programmed to operate one
system at a time
Status – press for 1
second to display
system status via LCD
ICON display
Status Request/
Keylock
Button#1
Stay Arm
Button#2
Away Arm
Button#3
Disarm
Button#4
Panic
Button#5
Command Output#1
Button#1
Stay Arm
Button#2
Away Arm
Button#6
Command Output#2
Button#3
Disarm
Button#4
Panic
Keylock
Enable/Disable
Status
Button#2
Away Arm
Programming:
The WT4989 supports internal programming that provides the user to configure the remote to suit their
needs.
To customize the WT4989:
Step 1 – Press and hold all four buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds. The
ICON will flash to indicate that programming has been entered
Step 2 – Press the button 1-4 as per the desired feature listing in the chart below
Note:
- programming will last for 5 seconds
Overview:
The WS4913 1-way wireless CO detector supports the ability to detect excess carbon monoxide levels
Specifications:
Sensor: Electrochemical carbon monoxide sensor
Dimensions: 1.42" x 4.72" (36 mm x 120 mm)
Battery Life: 5 years
Operating Temperature: 0 ºC to 38 ºC
Battery: Duracell CR123A
Supported Receivers: PC9155 Only
Features:
Low sensitivity supervision
Onboard LEDs indicate:
Red – Alarm
Yellow – Trouble
Green – Power
Hush feature
Wall tamper
Important Note:
- the WS4913 is NOT compatible with 1-way
receivers
Operation:
The CO alarm will go into alarm when the concentration of carbon monoxide (CO) in the air around the
device exceeds the 'alarm' threshold
During an alarm, the red LED light will flash quickly and the buzzer will activate (repeating 4 quick
beeps, pause 5 seconds)
After 4 minutes of being in alarm the pause between beeps will change to 60 seconds (4 quick beeps,
pause 60 seconds)
The alarm will continue to sound until the concentration of CO in the air around detector drops below
the ‘alarm’ threshold or the reset button is pressed
Alarm Indicators:
Power ON mode: when the batteries are installed, the LED will blink 3 times and the built in sounder will
activate for half a second
Stand-by mode: the green LED will flash once every 60 seconds to indicate normal operation
Low battery warning mode: in the event of a low battery condition, the yellow LED will blink and the built
in sounder will activate once every 60 seconds
Tamper mode: if the case tamper is activated, the built in sounder will activate once every 60 seconds and
the yellow LED will be on continuous until the unit is mounted on its backplate.
Trouble mode: if the yellow LED quickly flashes 2, 3 or 4 times every 60 seconds an internal trouble has
occurred and the WS4913 will need to be replaced:
2 Times – Malfunction error: indicates an internal fault
3 Times – Low sensitivity mode: indicates an internal fault
4 Times – End of life signal mode: indicates that the detector is reaching the end of useful life
(approximately 5 years from initial installation)
Overview:
The WS4985 1-way wireless flood sensor supports the ability to detect excess water levels
Specifications:
Operating Frequency: 433MHz
Batteries: (2) CR2032, 3V Lithium
Battery Life: 3 years
Dimensions: 75mm x 40mm x 16mm
Weight: 41g
Overview:
The GS2065 provides primary or backup GSM/GPRS communication for the 2-way wireless security suite
Specifications:
Dimensions : 3.937"x5.875"x0.625" (100mmx150mmx15mm)
Weight : 68 g
Input Voltage : 10 to 13.8 V (from the PC-Link header)
Current Draw : 100 mA at 12V (400 mA during the GSM transmission)
Operating Environment : 5 º C to 40º C (40º F to 104º F)
Features:
Back up and primary GSM/GPRS alarm communication
Panel remote uploading/downloading support via GSM/GPRS
Supervision heartbeats via GSM/GPRS
128-bit AES encryption over GSM/GPRS
Full event reporting
SIA format
PC-Link connection
SIM card included
Signal strength and trouble display
Activating and initializing through Connect 24
Quad-Band: 850 MHz, 1900 MHz, 900 MHz and 1800 MHz
Compatible Receivers:
Sur-Gard System I Receiver:
version 1.10 and higher
Sur-Gard System II Receiver:
version 2.00 and higher
Sur-Gard SG-DRL3-IP: version 2.20
and higher (for Sur-Gard System III
Receiver)
Overview:
The TL265GS is an Internet and GSM/GPRS Dual-Path alarm communicator for the 2-way wireless
security suite
Specifications:
Dimensions : 3.937"x5.875"x0.75" (100mmx150mmx18mm)
Weight : 78 g
Input Voltage : 10 to 13.8 V (from the PC-Link header)
Current Draw : 100 mA at 12V (400 mA during the GSM transmission)
Operating Environment : 5 º C to 40º C (40º F to 104º F)
Features:
Fully redundant Internet and GSM/GPRS dual-path alarm communication
Integrated call routing
Panel remote uploading/downloading support via GSM/GPRS and Internet
Supervision heartbeats via GSM/GPRS and Internet
128-bit AES encryption via GSM/GPRS and Internet
Full event reporting
SIA format
PC-Link connection
SIM card included
Signal strength and trouble display
Activating and initializing through Connect 24
Quad-Band: 850 MHz, 1900 MHz, 900 MHz and 1800 MHz
Compatible Receivers:
Sur-Gard System I Receiver: version
1.10 and higher
Sur-Gard System II Receiver: version
2.00 and higher
Sur-Gard SG-DRL3-IP: version 2.20
and higher (for Sur-Gard System III
Receiver)
Programming Navigation
Navigating through programming is simple and intuitive. To enter Installer programming:
Step 1 – Enter [*][8] + [Installer Code]
The default installer code is [5555]
Step 2 – Enter the required 3-digit installer programming section (‘Enter Section’ will be displayed)
At this point, you have the option of choosing the desired programming method:
Section Number Programming
Quick Enroll
Template programming
Section Number Programming:
This is the traditional method of programming and allows the user to enter any programming section.
When using this method, there are two types of programming sections:
Toggle Sections
Data Sections
Toggle Section:
Toggle sections consist of a series of options that may be enabled or disabled. To toggle an option ON or
OFF, press the key number corresponding to the option.
Option Enabled
Option Disabled
To exit a toggle section, press [#]
Data Section:
Data sections require multiple 2 or 3 digit number entries. Data sections allow for both decimal or
hexadecimal entries (some data sections have fixed values where the available entries are provided from a
chart. For example ‘Zone Definitions’). To enter hexadecimal data, first enter [*] followed by [1] to [6] to
enter [A] to [F] respectively. To exit hexadecimal programming, enter [*] again.
To exit a data section, either complete all entries or press [#]
Once you exit a programming section, a new 3-digit section may be entered
Quick Enroll:
The Quick Enroll programming method is designed to reduce the time required to program wireless
devices/detectors.
The following information is programmable when using the Quick Enroll method:
Serial Number - no need for programming serial numbers manually. Therefore preventing
programming errors
Zone Number (detectors)
Zone Definitions (detectors)
Slot Number (Keypads, Sirens, FOBs)
Detector
Keypad/Siren
Key FOB
Enter Installer
Programming
Enter Installer
Programming
Enter Installer
Programming
Enter Section [898]
Enter Section [898]
Enter Section [898]
Trigger the detector
Trigger the keypad
([*] and [1]) or siren
(insert batteries or
press tamper)
NO
Enter [#]
NO
Enter [#]
NO
Enter [#]
Correct Serial
Number?
YES
Press button on FOB
Correct Serial
Number?
Correct Serial
Number?
YES
Enter [*] to confirm
YES
Enter [*] to confirm
Enter Zone Number
Enter Zone Definition
Note:
- pressing [#] will return to the previous step
Enter [*] to confirm
Enter slot number
1-4
Enter slot number
01-16
Template Programming:
Template programming provides a quick and easy method of programming the control panel’s core
features.
To use template programming, perform the following:
Step 1 – Enter Installer programming, [*][8] + [Installer Code]
Step 2 – Enter Section [899]
Step 3 – The keypad will display 4-digits. Each digit in each segment represents the template
programming currently selected.
1st Digit – Zone Definitions
2nd Digit – Communications Programming (Format)
3rd Digit – Reporting Code and Call Direction Configurations
4th Digit – DLS Configuration
Step 4 – Move the cursor to each digit segment and enter the desired configuration number
Step 5 – Enter [#]
Step 6 – Enter the following data:
Central station telephone number
Panel account code
DLS access code
Entry & Exit time
Installer code
Note: If ‘0’ is entered for the 1st digit, the system will keep the zone definitions selected when the
‘Quick Enrollment’ was performed. Selecting any other digit will change the previously programmed
information.
Example:
A system requires the following configuration:
Zone Definitions
Zone#1, #2 = Delay 1
Zone#3 - #8 = Instant
Communication Options
Automatic SIA
Reporting Codes
Alarms and Maintenance Reporting (Telephone#1)
DLS Options
No DLS Required
Required Programming in Section [899] = 4211
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Have the following ready before initializing the system:
AC transformer
Wire attached to transformer
Control panel backup battery
Battery connection harness
Batteries for WT5500 2-way wireless keypad
Screwdriver
Summary of Installation Steps
Step 1 – Mounting the PC9155
Step 2 – Apply power to the PC9155
Step 3 – Enroll the first WT5500 wireless keypad
Step 4 – Enroll additional wireless devices and detectors
Step 5 – Test all wireless devices and detectors
Step 6 – Additional installer programming
Step 1 – Mounting the PC9155
It’s important to ensure that the PC9155 is mounted in a location that will allow for proper transmission of
wireless information. Use the following guidelines when finding a location:
Central location
Dry
Within operating temperature range
Away from sources of interference
Step 2 – Apply power to the PC9155
Connect AC power and battery. During the first 2 minutes of power the ‘Ready’ and ‘AC’
indicators will flash
Step 3 – Enroll the first WT5500 wireless keypad
Press and hold the [*] and [1] simultaneously within the first 2 minute of applying power to
the PC9155 control panel. When successfully enrolled, the keypad will display ‘WFKP
Enrollment Successful’
Note: this must be performed within the first 2 minutes of applying power to the PC9155.
If the 2 minute expires prior to this operation, remove power (AC and battery) from the
PC9155 and reconnect.
The PC9155 is now ready for additional keypad, device and detector enrollment
Step 4 – Enroll additional wireless devices and detectors
The next series of pages in this section includes instructions on enrolling the following
items using the Quick Enroll method:
Additional WT5500 keypads
WT4901 and WT4911 sirens
Wireless detectors
Wireless key FOBs
Prox Tags
Enrolling additional wireless keypads (WT5500)
Step 1 – Enter Quick Enroll ([*][8] + Installer Code + [898])
- the display will read ‘Wireless Enrollment Mode’
Step 2 – Press and hold the [1] and [*] keys simultaneously
- the display will indicate the serial of the keypad
Step 3 – Press [*] to confirm the correct device
Step 4 – Enter the slot number of the keypad [1, 2, 3 or 4]
Step 5 – Repeat Steps 2-4 to enroll additional keypads
Notes:
- if the display does not indicate the serial number of the desired keypad to be enrolled, press [#] and
repeat Step 2
- the keypad enrolled during initialization will automatically occupy Slot#1. Do not attempt to enroll
another keypad to this slot number unless the initial keypad was deleted.
- if the slot number entered in Step 4 is already occupied with a different serial number, the keypad will
prompt to enter [*] to replace with the new serial number or [#] to keep the previous device and return to
the slot number entry screen
- up to four WT5500 keypads may be enrolled per PC9155 system
Enrolling Sirens (WT4901, WT4911)
Step 1 – Enter Quick Enroll ([*][8] + Installer Code + [898])
- the display will read ‘Wireless Enrollment Mode’
Step 2 – Press and hold the tamper or insert the batteries in the siren
- the display will indicate the serial of the keypad
Step 3 – Press [*] to confirm the correct device
Step 4 – Enter the slot number of the siren [1, 2, 3 or 4]
Step 5 – Repeat Steps 2-4 to enroll additional sirens
Notes:
- if the display does not indicate the serial number of the desired siren to be enrolled, press [#] and
repeat Step 2
- a total of four combined WT4901 and WT4911 may be enrolled per PC9155 system (i.e. WT4901x2
and WT4911x2)
- if the slot number entered in Step 4 is already occupied with a different serial number, the keypad will
prompt to enter [*] to replace with the new serial number or [#] to keep the previous device and return to
the slot number entry screen
Enrolling wireless detectors
Step 1 – Enter Quick Enroll ([*][8] + Installer Code + [898])
- the display will read ‘Wireless Enrollment Mode’
Step 2 – Trigger the detector
Door/window contact – activate tamper or violate contact
Motion detectors – activate tamper
Smoke Detector – activate tamper
Glassbreak Detector – activate tamper
Panic Pendant – Press and hold button for 2-3 seconds
CO Detector – activate tamper
Flood Sensor – activate tamper
- the display will indicate the serial of the detector triggered
Step 3 – Press [*] to confirm the correct device
Step 4 – The keypad will display the next available zone number, enter [*] to
accept. If a different zone is required enter the new 2-digit zone number (01 – 32)
Step 5 – The keypad will display the recommended zone definition, enter [*] to accept. If a
different definition is required, enter the new 2-digit zone definition and enter [*] to
accept
Step 6 – Repeat Steps 2-5 to enroll additional keypads
Notes:
- if the display does not indicate the serial number of the desired detector to be enrolled, press [#] and
repeat Step 2
- if the zone number entered in Step 4 is already occupied with a different serial number, the keypad will
prompt to enter [*] to replace with the new serial number or [#] to keep the previous device and return to the
zone number entry screen
Common Zone Definitions (refer to installation manual for a complete list)
[01] – Delay 1
[03] – Instant
[05] – Interior Stay/Away
[87] – Delayed 24 Hr Fire
[15] – 24 Hr. Medical
Enrolling wireless key FOBs (1-way and 2-way)
Step 1 – Enter Quick Enroll ([*][8] + Installer Code + [898])
- the display will read ‘Wireless Enrollment Mode’
Step 2 – Press a button on the FOB to be enrolled
- the display will indicate the FOB
Step 3 – Press [*] to confirm the correct device
Step 4 – Enter the 2-digit slot number of the FOB ([01] – [16])
Notes:
- if the display does not indicate the serial number of the desired detector to be enrolled, press [#] and
repeat Step 2
- if the slot number entered in Step 4 is already occupied with a different serial number, the keypad will
prompt to enter [*] to replace with the new serial number or [#] to keep the previous device and return to the
slot number entry screen
- the default programming for the key FOBs are as follows:
Button 1 = Stay
Button 2 = Away
Button 3 = Disarm
Button 4 = Panic
Button 5 = Command Output#1*
Button 6 = Command Output#2*
*WT4989 Only
To change, enter Sections [804], Sub-Section [141 – 156]
Enrolling Prox Tags (WT5500P Only)
Step 1 – Enter Access Code Programming ([*][5] + [Master or Supervisory Code])
Step 2 – Select a user code number (01 -16, 40)to be associated with the prox tag
Step 3 – If no code is programmed for the user, enter a 4 or 6-digit number. If a 4 or 6-digit number
already exist, scroll through the code number
Step 4 – The keypad will prompt to present the prox tag. The message ‘Tag Accepted’ will be
display if correctly enrolled
Step 5 – Test all wireless devices and detectors
Step 1 – Enter Wireless Placement Test ([*][8] + Installer Code + [904])
- the display will read ‘Activate Device For Test’
Step 2 – Activate each wireless device/detector one at a time from the proposed mounting location
Wireless Keypad – [*] and [1] simultaneously
Wireless sirens (WT4901, WT4911) – activate tamper
Door/window contact – activate tamper or violate contact
Motion detectors – activate tamper
Smoke Detector – activate tamper
Glassbreak Detector – activate tamper
Panic Pendant – Press and hold button for 2-3 seconds
CO Detector – activate tamper
Flood Sensor – activate tamper
Step 3 – The test result will be indicated:
Keypad Display
Siren*
Good Result
‘Location is Good’
1 Squawk
Bad Result
‘Location is Bad’
3 Squawks
* PC9155 and WT4901
Note:
- the above placement test is when enabled for the ‘Global Placement Test’. If ‘’Individual Placement Test’,
a different section number exits for each type of device:
Step 6 – Additional installer programming
After the PC9155 has been initialized and the wireless devices/detectors have been enrolled and tested,
the next step is to program additional system information. Additional programming may be performed using
Template Programming covered in Section XX
This includes the following:
Zone Definitions:
System Times
Installer Code
Telephone Number
Communication Format
DLS Options
The following are common template programming entries:
Automatic SIA, DLS Enabled =X212
Automatic SIA, No DLS = X211
Contact ID, DLS Enabled = X612
Contact ID, No DLS = X611
Where ‘X’ = Zone Definition configuration entry.
Replace
There are two methods for replacing wireless devices:
Method#1 – Quick Enroll
Step 1 – Enter Quick Enroll ([*][8] + Installer Code + [898])
Step 2 – Trigger the device or detector
Wireless Keypad – [*] and [1] simultaneously
Wireless sirens (WT4901, WT4911) – activate tamper
Door/window contact – activate tamper or violate contact
Motion detectors – activate tamper
Smoke Detector – activate tamper
Glassbreak Detector – activate tamper
Panic Pendant – Press and hold button for 2-3 seconds
CO Detector – activate tamper
Flood Sensor – activate tamper
Step 3 – Enter the slot number of the device or the zone number of the device/detector to be replaced
Step 4 – Enter [*] to confirm
Method#2 – Manual Programming
Step 1 – Enter Installer Programming ([*][8] + Installer Code)
Step 2 – Enter Section [804]
Step 3 – Enter the 3-digit zone number
Step 4 – The keypad will display the current serial number. Enter the new 8-digit serial number
Delete
Step 1 – Enter Installer Programming ([*][8] + Installer Code)
Step 2 – Enter Section [804]
Step 3 – Enter the 3-digit serial number location*
Step 4 – The keypad will display the current serial number, replace the serial number with 0's
* Zone = Sections [001] – [132]
FOB = Sections [101] – [116]
Keypad = Sections [201] – [204]
Siren = Sections [301] – [304]
Overview:
The I/O terminals on the PC9155 may be used as either a hardwired zone input or PGM output.
Note: a combination of zone input and PGM output may be used on the same control panel
Example – O/I 1 = PGM, I/O 2 = Zone or vice versa
Zone Input:
Overview:
The on-board I/O terminals may be used as a zone input.
I/O 1 = Zone#33
I/O 2 = Zone#34
Required Programming:
Zone Definition – Section [009]
Zone Enabled – Section [013]
Toggle#1 ON (I/O 1 = Zone#33)
Toggle#2 ON (I/O 2 = Zone#34)
Supervision Method – I/O 1 – Section [133]
I/O 2 – Section [134]
Toggle#14 = N/C (Normally Closed)
Toggle#15 = SEOL (Single End of Line Resistor)
Toggle#16 = DEOL (Double End of Line Resistor)
PGM Output:
Overview:
The on-board I/O terminals may be used as a PGM output.
I/O 1 = PGM#1
I/O 2 = PGM#2
Required Programming:
PGM Option Type – Section [009]
PGM Enabled – Section [013]
Toggle#1 OFF (I/O 1 = PGM#1)
Toggle#2 OFF (I/O 2 = PGM#2)
[*][1] – Zone Bypass:
Summary: Zone bypassing allows for a zone or series of zones to be ignored during the next arming. This
command is performed when the system is disarmed.
Operation:
Bypass a single zone
Step 1 – [*][1]
Step 2 –Enter 2-digit zone number
Step 3 –Press [#]
Bypass multiple zones
Step 1 –[*][1]
Step 2 –Enter 2-digit zone number of first zone to bypass
Step 3 –Repeat step#2 for additional zones to be bypassed
Step 4 –Press [#]
Unbypass a zone
Method#1
Step 1 –[*][1]
Step 2 –Enter 2-digit zone number of previously bypassed zone or zones
Step 3 –Press [#]
Method#2
Bypassed zone will automatically unbypass when the system is disarmed
[*][1] – Reactivate Stay/Away Zones:
Summary: This command incorporated previously bypassed zones into the system. This command may
be performed when the system is armed in the ‘Stay’ mode.
Operation:
[*][1] while armed in the ‘Stay’ mode
Note: when performed, the system will initiate ‘Exit Delay’ (silent). This will allow for the users to leave the
area of the reactivated zone or zones avoiding false alarms.
[*][2] – System Troubles:
Summary:
This command is used to display system troubles.
Operation:
[*][2]
[*][2] – Troubles
Overview:
This command is used to display system troubles.
[1] - Service Required
[1] – Low Battery
[2] – General System Trouble
[3] – General System Tamper
[2] - AC Trouble
[3] - TLM Trouble (Telephone Line Monitor)
[4] - FTC Trouble (Failure To Communicate)
[5] - Zone Fault Trouble Including Fire Zones
[6] - Zone Tamper Trouble
[7] - Wireless Device Low Battery Trouble
[8] - Loss of Time/Date Trouble
[1] - Service Required
This trouble is generic and requires that the [1] button be entered for specific details. Once
selected, the following trouble conditions may appear:
[1] - Low Battery
This trouble indicates that the voltage level on the control panel's backup battery is low or not
connected.
The trouble is generated when the battery voltage is below 7.2vdc and restored when the voltage
reaches 7.6vdc or higher.
[2] - General System Trouble
A General System Trouble may occur on the system if the system has detected the presence of an
RF jam condition.
[3] - General System Tamper
This trouble condition is generated when the cover tamper is tripped.
[2] - AC Trouble
This trouble condition is generated when AC power is removed from the control panel
[3] - TLM Trouble (Telephone Line Monitor)
This trouble condition is generated when the control panel loses the telephone line connection
between RING/TIP (less than 3vdc)
[*][2] – System Troubles (continued):
[4] - FTC Trouble (Failure To Communicate)
This trouble condition is generated when the control panel fails to report a signal to the central
station
[5] – Wireless Device/Detector Fault or DEOL Zone Fault
A zone fault condition is generated due to any of the following:
Wireless - If a wireless device fails to report a status or supervisory signal within the wireless
supervisory window (Zone, Keypad or Siren)
DEOL (Double End Of Line) - If a short circuit is detected.
[6] - Wireless Device/Detector Tamper or DEOL Zone Tamper
A zone tamper condition is generated due to any of the following:
Wireless - If the tamper on a wireless device is violated (Zone, Keypad or Siren)
DEOL (Double End Of Line) - If a open circuit is detected
[7] - Wireless Device Low Battery Trouble
This trouble is generated when a low battery condition is detected on a wireless device
[8] - Loss of Time/Date Trouble
This trouble condition is generated when the internal clock (time/date) needs to be reset due to a
loss of power (AC/DC)
Note: pressing [*] with this trouble is displayed will automatically take the user to time/date
programming
For GS2065 and TL265GS trouble conditions, please refer to the respective installation manuals
[*][3] – Alarm Memory:
Summary:
This command is used to display zones which were in alarm during the last armed state.
Operation:
[*][3]
Notes:
- alarm memory will be cleared when the system is rearmed.
- If the alarm memory has been cleared, the event buffer can be used to display previous alarms
- alarm memory is clear the next time the control panel is armed
[*][4] – Enable/Disable Door Chime:
Summary:
This command is used to enable/disable the door chime feature.
Operation:
[*][4]
Enabled = 3 beeps, ‘CHIME ON’ is displayed for 2 seconds
Disabled = 1 tone, ‘CHIME OFF’ is displayed for 2 seconds
[*][5] – Access Code Programming:
Summary:
This command is used to modify user access codes.
Access Code Breakdown
[01] - [16] - User Codes (default = 'AAAA'), [40] - Master Code (default = '1234')
Operation:
Adding/Editing User Code
Step 1 - Enter [*][5][Master Code]
Step 2 - Enter user code number
Step 3 - Enter new 4 or 6-digit code
Note:
- if using a WT5500P, the user will be prompted to present a prox tag to associate to the user code after
Step 3. If no prox tag is to be assigned to user, enter [#]
Deleting User Code
Step 1 - Enter [*][5][Master Code]
Step 2 - Enter user code number
Step 3 - Enter [*]
Note:
- if a prox tag was assigned to the user, both the 4 or 6-digit user code and prox tag will be deleted
Access Code Attributes - Code Options
Operation:
Step 1 - Enter [*][5][Master Code]
Step 2 - Enter [9]
Step 3 - Enter user code number
Step 4 - Enable/disable desired option
Option [1] – Supervisor’s Code
This option provides the user code with the ability to enter the [*][5] User Code
Programming and [*][6] User Functions.
Option [2] - Duress
This option enabled the user code as a duress code. When entered, the control panel will
report a ‘Duress Code’ to the central station (if programmed)
Option [3] – Bypass
This option is only applicable when the toggle option 'Bypass Requires Code' is enabled
(Section [015], Option [5] ON). If enabled, this access code may be used to enter the
bypass mode. If this option is enabled (Bypass Requires Code), the user must enter a
code with the 'Bypass' attribute enabled after entering [*][1] before the keypad will enter the
bypass mode.
Option [7] - Bell Squawk On Access Code Entry
If enabled, a bell squawk will only be performed when an access code is used to arm/
disarm.
Option [8] - One-Time User Code
If enabled and this user code performs a disarming, the system will delete the 4-digit user
code the next time the control panel is armed. Any of the 16 user codes can be
programmed to be one-time use codes. The code number will be restored at midnight.
[*][6] – User Functions:
[*][6] + [Master Code or Supervisory Code] + [Option]
Option [1] – Program Time/Date
Step 1 – [*][6]+ [Master Code or Supervisory Code]
Step 2 – Press [1]
Step 3 – [HH:MM MM:DD:YY]
The control panel Time/Date needs to be programmed each time AC and backup battery are
removed.
Additional Information – when AC and backup battery are removed, the control panel will log a
‘Cold Start’ to the event buffered when power is restored
Option [4] – System Test
Step 1 – [*][6]+ [Master Code or Supervisory Code]
Step 2 – Press [4]
When initiated, the control panel will test the following:
- Keypad (LED indicators, LCD screen, buzzer)
- Bell output (PC9155 siren and WT4901/WT4911)
- Battery
- Central station communications (reports a ‘System Test’ reporting code)
Option [5] – User Enabled DLS Window
Step 1 – [*][6]+ [Master Code or Supervisory Code]
Step 2 – Press [5]
When initiated, the control panel will answer an incoming DLS call (Double Call) for the next 6
hours*
* may be programmed to answer for 1 hour when initiated, Section [702], Toggle#7
Option [6] – User Initiated Call-up
Step 1 – [*][6]+ [Master Code or Supervisory Code]
Step 2 – Press [6]
When initiated, the control panel will call the DLS computer
Option [8] – User Walk Test Mode
Step 1 – [*][6]+ [Master Code or Supervisory Code]
Step 2 – Press [8]
[*][6] – User Functions (Continued):
Option [8] – Late to Open Enable/Disable
When enabled, the control panel will report a ‘Late To Open’ reporting code to the central station if
the system is not disarmed before the time programmed in Option [9] is reached
Option [9] – Late to Open Time of Day
This option is used to specify the ‘Late to Open’ time
Step 1 – [*][6]+ [Master Code or Supervisory Code]
Step 2 – Press [9]
Step 3 – Press [1 -7] for the required day of the week (1 = Sunday)
Step 4 – Enter HH:MM (24 – hour format)
LCD Options:
Additional LCD options are available when access the ‘User Functions’. These options are as
following:
Event Buffer
Contrast *
Brightness *
Buzzer Volume*
* To adjust the options, use the keypad scroll buttons. When the desired option appears on the
display press the [*] button to select. Use the scroll buttons to select the desired level. Press [#] to
exit
Event Buffer:
Overview:
The event buffer stores the last 500 events generated on the system. These events include:
Alarms/Restores
Troubles
Tests
[*] Commands
Viewing Events:
Step 1 – [*][6]+ [Master Code or Supervisory Code]
Step 2 – Press [*] when ‘View Event Buffer’ is displayed
Step 3 – The display will show the most recent event (Event 001)
Each event is display in 2 separate levels:
Level 1 – displays the number of the event (The most recent event is 000),
followed by the partition label
Level 2 – displays the description of the events which occurred
Notes:
- pressing [*] at any time will toggle between level 1 and level 2 of an event.
- pressing the arrow keys (right/left) will scroll through events
- when a new event is logged, the oldest event stored will be erased
[*][7] – Command Outputs:
Summary:
This command provides the ability to activate/deactivate PGM outputs programmed as a ‘Command
Output’ option.
Operation:
[*][7] + [1] or [*][7] + [1] + [Access Code]
[*][7] + [2] or [*][7] + [2] + [Access Code]
[*][8] – Installer Programming:
Summary:
This command allows the user to enter ‘Installer Programming’.
Operation:
[*][8] + [Installer Code]
Notes:
- The default installer code is ‘5555’.
- The system must be disarmed before entering installer programming
- Attempting to enter installer programming while armed, the keypad will emit a long steady tone for 3seconds after [*]8] is entered and the LCD keypad message ‘Function Not Available’ will also be displayed
[*][9] – No-Entry Arming:
Summary:
If armed using this method, all ‘Delay’ type zone will become instant (no entry delay) and all ‘Stay/Away’
type zone will be automatically bypassed
Operation:
[*][9] + [Access Code]
Note:
- [*][1] may be used after arming in this mode if ‘Stay/Away’ zones are to be active
[*][0] – Quick Arm:
Summary:
This command is used to arm the control panel without using a user access code.
Operation:
[*][0]
Note: this feature is performed while the system is disarmed
[*][0] – Quick Exit:
Summary:
When performed, this command will enable a 2 minute window. During this window any one delay type
zone (Delay 1 or Delay 2) may be violate and then restored once.
Operation:
[*][0]
Notes:
- this feature is performed when the system is armed
- if the delay zone is not restored when the 2 minute window expires, entry delay will begin
The PC9155 supports 3 modes of arming:
Stay Arm
Away Arm
Night Arming
Stay Arming
Arming in the ‘Stay’ mode indicates that all zone on the control panel are active with the except for ‘Stay/
Away’ type zones. It is common to define motion detectors zones as ‘Stay/Away’ type zones. Arming in the
Stay mode is typically performed when the user wishes the stay at home and have the ability to walk freely
inside without causing alarms, yet still provided with perimeter protection.
Methods of arming in Stay Mode:
1 – Access Code Entry, Prox Tag or Quick Arm: After arming using any of these methods, the
system will arm in the Stay mode if a delay (Delay 1 or Delay 2) type zone is not violated during the
exit delay
2 – Stay Function on Keypad or Key FOB*
*Arming with either of these methods will always arm in the ‘Stay’ mode, even if a delay type zone is
violated during exit delay
Away Arming
Arming in the ‘Away’ mode indicates that all zone on the control panel are active including ‘Stay/Away’ type
zones. Arming in the Away mode is typically performed when the user wishes to arm system when leaving
the location.
Methods of arming in Away Mode:
1 – Access Code Entry, Prox Tag or Quick Arm: After arming using any of these methods, the
system will arm in the Away mode if a delay type zone is violated during the exit delay
2 – Away Function on Keypad or Key FOB*
*Arming with either of these methods will always arm in the ‘Away’ mode, even if a delay type zone is not
violated during exit delay
Note: If current armed in the Stay mode, the user may enter [*][1] to reactivate all Stay/Away type
zones, placing the system in the Away mode.
Night Mode Arming
‘Night Mode’ arming occurs when a [*][1] (Reactivate Stay/Away Zones) is performed on a system that was
initially armed in the ‘Stay Mode’. All ‘Stay/Away’ types zones will become active, however all ‘Night’ zones
will remain bypassed.
Note: Night zones are only active if the system was initially armed in the ‘Away Mode’
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