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Protege PRT-CTRL-SE Installation manual
PRT-CTRL-SE
Protege SE Integrated System Controller
Installation Manual
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Publication Date: March 2013
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Contents
1 Introduction_______________________________________________________________ 5 1.1 Document Conventions .................................................................................................5 2 Installation Requirements ___________________________________________________ 6 3 Mounting _________________________________________________________________ 7 3.1 4 UL/ULC Installation Cabinet Options ............................................................................8 Connections ______________________________________________________________ 9 4.1 Protege SE Integrated System Controller Connection ..................................................9 4.2 Wiring ..........................................................................................................................10 4.3 Cabinet Enclosure Tamper Switch ..............................................................................10 4.4 Earth Ground Connection............................................................................................10 4.5 AC Power ....................................................................................................................11 4.6 Battery Backup ............................................................................................................12 4.7 Battery Charge Current Setting ...................................................................................13 4.8 Status Indicator ...........................................................................................................13 4.9 Encrypted Module Network.........................................................................................14 4.10 Telephone Dialer..........................................................................................................16 4.11 Expansion Connector ..................................................................................................16 4.12 Ethernet 10/100 Network Interface .............................................................................17 5 6 7 8 Door Access Control ______________________________________________________ 19 5.1 Card Reader Connection .............................................................................................19 5.2 Multiple Wiegand Card Reader Connection ................................................................20 5.3 Door Contact Connection ...........................................................................................21 5.4 Lock Output Connection .............................................................................................22 5.5 Programming the Onboard Reader .............................................................................22 Inputs ___________________________________________________________________ 24 6.1 Zones ...........................................................................................................................24 6.2 Resistor Value Options ................................................................................................25 6.3 Trouble Zones .............................................................................................................26 Programmable Outputs ___________________________________________________ 27 7.1 Bell/Siren PGM Outputs ..............................................................................................27 7.2 PGM 3/4 Outputs ........................................................................................................28 7.3 Reader PGMs ..............................................................................................................28 Hardware Configuration ___________________________________________________ 29 8.1 Configuration Switch ...................................................................................................29 8.2 Defaulting a Controller .................................................................................................30 PRT-CTRL-SE Protege SE Integrated System Controller Installation Manual | March 2013
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9 LED Indicators ___________________________________________________________ 31 9.1 Status LED...................................................................................................................31 9.2 Fault Indicator..............................................................................................................31 9.3 Charge/Test Indicator ..................................................................................................31 9.4 Auxiliary OK Indicators ................................................................................................31 9.5 AC OK Indicator ..........................................................................................................31 9.6 5V Isolated Power Indicator ........................................................................................31 9.7 Bell 1/Bell 2 Indicators.................................................................................................32 9.8 Network RX/TX Indicators ...........................................................................................32 9.9 Ethernet Link Indicator ................................................................................................32 9.10 100Mb Indicator ..........................................................................................................32 9.11 R1/R2 Data Indicators .................................................................................................32 9.12 Online Indicator ...........................................................................................................32 10 Mechanical Diagram ______________________________________________________ 33 11 Mechanical Layout _______________________________________________________ 34 12 System Capacities ________________________________________________________ 35 13 Technical Specifications ___________________________________________________ 37 13.1 Current and Validation Example 1 ...............................................................................38 13.2 Current and Validation Example 2 ...............................................................................39 13.3 Maximum Total Output Current: UL and ULC Installations .........................................40 13.4 Current and Validation (UL Installation) Example 1 .....................................................41 13.5 Current and Validation (UL Installation) Example 2 .....................................................42 14 UL and ULC Installation Requirements ______________________________________ 43 14.1 Central Station Signal Receiver Compatibility List ......................................................43 14.2 ULC Compliance Requirements ..................................................................................43 CAN/ULC-S304-06......................................................................................................43 CAN/ULC-S319-05......................................................................................................46 CAN/ULC-S559-04......................................................................................................46 14.3 UL Compliance Requirements ....................................................................................50 UL1610 ........................................................................................................................50 UL294 ..........................................................................................................................51 15 FCC Compliance Statements ______________________________________________ 53 16 Industry Canada Statement ________________________________________________ 55 17 Ordering Information ______________________________________________________ 56 18 Warranty ________________________________________________________________ 57 19 Contact _________________________________________________________________ 58 4
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Protege SE Integrated System Controller by ICT. The Protege System is an
advanced technology security system designed to provide integration with building automation, apartment
complex control and HVAC in one flexible package. Communication is over a proprietary high speed protocol
across an encrypted local area network and AES Encrypted Proprietary RS-485 module network. Using
modular-based hardware design, system installers have the flexibility to accommodate any installation whether
it's small, large, residential or commercial.
The Controller is the central processing unit of the Protege System. The Controller communicates with all
system modules, stores all configuration and transaction information, processes all system communication, and
reports alarms and system activity to a monitoring station or remote computer.
Flexible module network architecture allows large numbers of modules to be connected to the RS-485 Module
Network. Up to 250 modules can be connected to the Protege System in any combination to the network up to
a distance of 900M (3000ft). Communication beyond this distance requires the use of a RS-485 Network
Extender
The current features of the Protege SE Integrated System Controller include:
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Internal industry standard 10/100 Ethernet
32 Bit advanced RISC processor with 2MB RAM and 4MB flash
16 high security monitored zone inputs
NIST Certified AES 128, 192 and 256 Bit Encryption
When receiving this product you should find the kit contains the items listed below. If you do not have the
correct contents, please contact your distributor immediately.
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Protege SE Integrated System Controller
Protege SE Integrated System Controller Quick Start Guide
6 nylon spacers
36 1K ohm resistors
Red/black battery backup wires
2 Diode 1N4007 1A 400V (Axial)
For more information on the Protege SE Integrated System Controller and other Integrated Control Technology
products please visit the ICT website (http://www.incontrol.co.nz).
1.1 Document Conventions
This document uses the following conventions:
Important warnings or cautionary messages to prevent equipment damage, data loss, or other
similar conditions
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Notes with additional information such as an explanation, a comment, or a clarification about the
subject
Tips containing practical information that may help you solve a problem or describing actions that
may save you time
UL
ULC
[TEXT]
Information relating to UL and ULC compliance
Bold text enclosed in brackets is used to show a section number or address of a programmable
option or information on programming shortcut sequences
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Installation Requirements
This equipment is to be installed in accordance with:
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The Product installation instructions
UL 681 - Installation and Classification of Burglar and Holdup Systems
UL 827 - Central-Station Alarm Services
CAN/ULC-S301, Central and Monitoring Station Burglar Alarm Systems
CAN/ULC-S302, Installation and Classification of Burglar Alarm Systems for Financial and Commercial
Premises, Safes and Vaults
CAN/ULC-S561, Installation and Services for Fire Signal Receiving Centres and Systems
The National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70
The Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, CSA C22.1
The Local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ)
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Mounting
The Protege Controller is supplied as a PCB only (printed circuit board). We recommend that gear plate style
enclosures are used wherever possible, as this provides the best mounting and installation solution as well as
the required cable entry and termination space.
When installing the Controller ensure that there is adequate clearance around all sides of the cabinet enclosure
and air flow to the vents of the enclosure are not restricted.
It is recommended the Controller is installed in a location that will facilitate easy access for wiring. It is also
recommended that the Controller be installed in electrical rooms, communication equipment rooms, closets or
in an accessible area of the ceiling.
Step 1
Insert the plastic standoffs into the locations to mount the PCB board.
Step 2
Calculate the location and position of the cabinet enclosure and mark the holes for the keyhole points in the top
left and right locations. This will enable you to fasten the screws and then hang the box on them adjusting the
location to suit.
Step 3
Ensure a solid fixing point and fasten the two screws. Before tightening the top screws, insert the tamper
bracket in the slot provided on the right side of the cabinet enclosure.
Step 4
Fix the cabinet enclosure securely using the remaining mounting holes on the bottom left, right and centre of the
cabinet enclosure.
Step 5
If you are extending the Protege Controller by the addition of a communications module or memory interface,
insert the 4 extended nylon standoffs through the rear of the Controller.
Step 6
Insert the PCB into the cabinet enclosure and mount using the plastic standoffs inserted during step 1.
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To reduce the risk of damage caused by debris during the installation, install the cabinet enclosure
when the circuit board is not installed on the plastic standoffs.
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3.1 UL/ULC Installation Cabinet Options
UL/ULC Central Station Fire Monitoring, Central Station Alarm Installations
Cabinet Model
Manufacturer
UL/ULC Installation Listings
D8108A
Bosch
UL1610, UL1635, ULC-S304, ULC-S559
Electronic Access Control System Installations
UL
ULC
All cabinet installations of this type must be located inside the Protected Area.
Cabinet Model
Manufacturer
UL/ULC Installation Listings
CAB-LARGE-UL
ICT
UL294, CAN/ULC-S319
D8108A
Bosch
UL294, CAN/ULC-S319
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Connections
4.1 Protege SE Integrated System Controller Connection
CAUTION: INCORRECT
WIRING MAY RESULT IN
DAMAGE TO THE UNIT
Protege® SE Integrated System
Controller or module supplying
power to networked devices
+AUX-
Z13 COM Z14 Z15 COM Z16
AUX power from Module
or external power supply
N+
-
+
ULC-LA AC
Indicator*
Inline
5A 3AG
fuseholder*
The Protege® SE Integrated System
Controller shall be supplied by a
Transformer:
dedicated electrical power source rated
16 to 16.5VAC
for a minimum 10Amp load and have a
secondary
(via transformer) dedicated circuit breaker. Do not use a
switch controlled breaker or switched
electrical point to supply electrical power.
NB
Cold water
earth pipe
NA
Tamper
Switch
N-
Gel Cell
Backup
Battery
(Min 7Ah)
NB
Bracket
White
NA
Blue
N+
Red
Next modules
on network
Grey
1k Resistors
Brown
+
8 Ohm 30W
Siren or 1.1A
(Maximum)
N-
Black
*When installed with the power supply manufactured by Marcus (Model M4758CT), the Digital Security
Controls (DSC) Model ULC-LA power indicator light assembly (Installation Instruction No. 29001877 R0)
must be installed within a conduit knockout of the ICT Model CAB-LARGE-UL or Bosch Model D8108A
enclosure in order to provide green AC power on indication. The Littelfuse Part No. 150322 fuseholder
and Littelfuse Part No. 0312005 5A, 3AG fast-acting fuse must be installed in-line to the Models
PRT-CTRL-SE, PRT-ZX16-PCB and PRT-RDI2-PCB.
RJ31X
Red
Green
1N4007
Diode
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-
Switches 1 & 2 - Operating Mode
1N4007
Diode
-
+
1.1A (Maximum)
Electric
Locking Device
-
Lock
Power Supply
Switch
Switch
Function
1
2
Power Up Boot Mode
OFF
OFF
Normal Operation*
ON
OFF
BOOT Loader
OFF
ON
BIOS Utility
ON
ON
Reserved Do Not Set
Protege System
LED Indicators
LED
+AUX-
+
Status
Switch 3 - IP Address Override
Z1 COM Z2
-
OFF
Normal Operation*
ON
IP will be set to 192.168.111.222
while this switch remains on
Z3 COM Z4
1N4007
Diode
+
Servicing of the
CR2032 battery
must be done by a
trained technician.
B2+ B2-
OFF
Normal Operation*
ON
Factory Default
Charge /
Test
*Default Setting
AUX1 /
AUX2
T+
T-
+
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NO COM NC
AC
N.C Zone Contact
1K
5V ISO
Door Contact
Programmable Outputs
1K
REX
1K
PGMs 3/4
The PGM Outputs 3 (PGM3 CP001:03) and 4
(PGM CP001:4) are Open Collector Outputs and
switch to OV. The PGM’s can be used to activate
relays, sounders and lights.
N.O Zone Contact
N.C Zone Contact
1K
1K
Bond Sense
Nano Prox Reader
(Optional Extra)
Shield
LOCK1 /
LOCK2
BELL1 /
BELL2
Network
RX / TX
Ethernet
Link
Red
Black
Green
1K
Slow Flash
Controller operating normally
Fast Flash
Controller is in BIOS mode
ON
Controller is in BIOS mode
OFF
Controller operating normally
update
Varying
Intensity
Battery is being charged, indicator’s intensity
shows charging current
ON
Battery test in progress
OFF
Battery is fully charged (if AC Indicator is ON)
ON
Auxiliary supply is normal
OFF
Auxiliary supply is in over current protection
ON
Valid AC input provided
P4
Relay
1K
Description
Slow Flash
P3
Electric
Locking Device
Fault
Switch 4 - Memory Default
B1+ B1-
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L-COM
HGLN-D1DT
Earth Ground Link connection
provided via metallic enclosure
1k Resistors
+
8 Ohm 30W
Siren or 1.1A
(Maximum)
Modem Interface
Surge Protector
+
1.1A (Maximum)
Electric
Locking Device
1K
White
REN
LED
Orange
N.O Zone Contact
Ethernet
100Mb
Brown
R1 / R2
Data
Blue
Yellow
1K5 OHM
ONLINE
OFF
AC is disconnected or has failed
ON
Valid power supply provided
OFF
Power supply disconnected or is not powered
properly
ON
LOCK/BELL is ON
OFF
LOCK/BELL is OFF
2 Flashes
LOCK/BELL is ON, the circuit is in over current
protection
3 Flashes
LOCK/BELL is OFF, the circuit to the locking
device is cut, damaged, or tampered
Fast Flash
Data packet transmitted/received
OFF
No data packet transmitted/received
ON
Live Ethernet connection detected
OFF
No Ethernet connection detected
Fast Flash
Ethernet packet transmitted/received
ON
Ethernet connection operates at 100Mb
OFF
Ethernet connection does not operate at
100Mb
Slow Flash
Data received in valid format
Fast Flash
Data received in invalid format
ON
Onboard modem off hook
OFF
Onboard modem not active
Typical Zone Circuits
Value 1
Value 2
Monitored Status
6K8
2K2
Open, Close, Tamper, Short
10K
10K
Open, Close, Tamper, Short
2K2
2K2
Open, Close, Tamper, Short
4K7
2K2
Open, Close, Tamper, Short
4K7
4K7
Open, Close, Tamper, Short
N.C
Tamper Value 2
Value 1
Z3 COM Z4
Open, Close, Tamper, Short
Z1 COM Z2
1K
+AUX-
1K
N.C Zone Contact
Zone Options
Wiring
The onboard readers ports use zone input 9 – 12 and
13 - 16 as door contact, REX, bond sense and REN
inputs respectively. Any of these inputs that are not
EARTH GND WIRING: Minimum 14AWG solid copper wire.
ZONE WIRING: maximum distance of 300m (1000ft) from the Protege®
SE Integrated System Controller when using 22 AWG.
AUX WIRING: Min 22AWG Max 16AWG. (Depends on length and Current
consumption). For wire/cable size, a maximum of 5% voltage drop at the
terminals of the powered device has to be observed.
ETHERNET WIRING: CAT5e / CAT6 max 100m (330 ft)
MODULE NETWORK WIRING: Recommended Belden 9842 or equivalent.
(24AWG twisted pair with characteristic impedance of 120ohm or CAT5e /
CAT6 are also supported for Data Transmission when using ground in the
same cable. Do not use extra wires to power devices.) max 900m (3000ft).
used as general purpose zone inputs. Please refer
to the Protege® SE Integrated System Controller
Installation Manual Section 5.5 Programming the
Onboard Reader.
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4.2 Wiring
CAUTION: Incorrect wiring may result in damage to the unit.
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All output circuits comply with the requirements for inherent power limitation and are Class 2
except the battery wires and AC wires which are not power limited.
A minimum of 1/4" (6.35mm) physical separation must be respected between power limited and
non power limited wiring (Battery Wires and AC Wires).
Do not route any wiring over circuit board. Maintain at least 25.4mm (1") separation.
The connection to the mains supply must be made as per local authorities rules and regulations.
4.3 Cabinet Enclosure Tamper Switch
The cabinet enclosure tamper input sends a signal to the monitoring station or remote computer when the
cabinet enclosure has been opened. The tamper input switch shall be mounted into the steel bracket provided
and connected to the tamper connection terminals as shown below.
Tamper Switch
AC
AC
Bracket
ST
TP
TP
Tamper Input Connection
4.4 Earth Ground Connection
The Controller has a connection for earth ground. For best results, a cold water pipe should be used with a pipe
wiring clamp. If a cold water pipe is not available, connect to a suitable ground connection in the installation. A
minimum 14AWG solid copper wire shall be used from the Controller's earth connection point to the clamp on
the cold water pipe. If other earth clamps are present at the same connection point, connect the clamp below
the existing units.
Cold water pipe grounding earth
peg grounding rod
AC
To other earth connecons already
aached to the earth peg or water
pipe
AC
ST
TP
TP
Earth Ground Connection
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4.5 AC Power
The Protege Controller shall be supplied by a dedicated electrical power source rated for a minimum 10Amp
load and have a dedicated circuit breaker. Do not use a switch controlled breaker or a switched electrical point
to supply electrical power. Connect the primary (120VAC) of a 16 to 16.5 VAC, 60Hz, 40VA or 100VA
transformer (refer to the table below) to the electrical circuit and run the secondary (16 to 16.5VAC) to the AC
Input on the Controller terminals.
UL
ULC
The following table outlines the transformers that shall be used in order to comply with UL and ULC
installation standards.
When installed with the power supply manufactured by Marcus, Model M4758CT:
 the Digital Security Controls (DSC) Model ULC-LA power indicator light assembly (Installation
Instruction No. 29001877 R0) must be installed within a conduit knockout of either the ICT Model
CAB-LARGE-UL or Bosch Model D8108A enclosure in order to provide green AC power on
indication.
 the Littelfuse Part No. 150322 fuseholder and Littelfuse Part No. 0312005 5A, 3AG fast-acting
fuse must be installed in-line to the Models PRT-CTRL-SE, PRT-ZX16-PCB, and PRT-RDI2-PCB.
For ULC Central Station Fire Monitoring installations, a hardwired connection type transformer is
required. Check with the local authority.
Transformer
Manufacturer
Transformer Type
Specification
TRI-PIT 1640C
Solex
PLUG IN Transformer
16.5VAC 40VA
NE-TP4016L
National Electronics
PLUG IN Transformer
16.5VAC 40VA
GF-4016L
GFX
PLUG IN Transformer
16.5VAC 40VA
M4758CT
MARCUS
HARDWIRE Transformer (requires Class 1
120VAC input)
16VAC 100VA
AC
AC
Transformer
ULC-LA
ST
Mains Input
TP
TP
In line fuseholder 3AG 5A
*Littelfuse 150322 fuse holder
and 312 fuse 5A 3AG fast-acting
AC Power Connection
Specific regional regulations may allow the transformer to be mounted inside the cabinet enclosure. In this case
wire the electrical circuit to the electrical termination point inside the cabinet enclosure and the secondary wires
of the transformer to the AC Input on the Controller. The earth wire shall be routed to the terminal on the
Controller when using an internal transformer.
Warning:
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This installation should be made by qualified service personnel and should conform to all local
codes and in accordance with the National Electrical Codes (NEC US) or the Canadian Electrical
Codes (CEC Canada).
Termination of wiring to the Controller while power is applied or the battery is connected may
cause serious damage to the Controller and will VOID ALL WARRANTIES OR GUARANTEES.
Power the unit only after all wiring, configuration and jumper settings are completed.
Extra care must be taken when wiring the AC inputs. Improper connection will cause permanent
damage to the Controller.
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4.6 Battery Backup
It is recommended that a minimum of a 7Ah battery is used as the main battery backup. From the accessory
bag provided, connect the battery housing connector to the battery connector on the Controller. Connect the
spade terminals to the battery as shown in the diagram below. Connection of the battery in reverse will not
damage the Controller but will cause the electronic battery fuse (5A fast blow) to open. Prolonged reverse
connection can cause damage to the Controller.
UL
ULC
Please refer to the section Maximum Total Output Current : UL and ULC Installations for specific
requirements on complying with UL and ULC installation standards.
Servicing of the battery circuit and replacement of lithium battery must be done by a trained
technician.
Follow battery manufacturer instructions for installation, testing and maintenance.
AC
AC
ST
TP
TP
+
BATT
+
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Gel Cell Backup Baery
Battery Connection
The battery test procedure uses a special algorithm to prevent deep discharge and increase battery endurance.
A dynamic battery test is performed every ten minutes (default) when AC power is present. A battery trouble
zone alarm will be generated if the battery is either disconnected or shows poor capacity. Battery fault
conditions will activate the battery trouble zone.
If AC is not present, the Controller will monitor the battery for a low voltage level and will activate the battery
trouble zone. The next dynamic battery test will occur 30 minutes after AC power has been restored. This delay
allows the battery to achieve optimal charging during the first 30 minutes that power has been restored to the
unit. Once the first test is completed the dynamic testing will return to the programmed value (default 10
minutes).
When power is first applied to the Controller, a dynamic battery test will be performed after 30 seconds. This
allows the status and condition of the battery to be detected. On completion of this first test, the default testing
period of 10 minutes will be resumed. This is a programmable setting in the Controller panel options. The test
period can be changed as required by setting the battery test time in the Controller Configuration Menu.
Warning: Only attach standard lead acid batteries. Do not connect the battery wires or battery
housing connector of the Controller to any other ancillary device (siren, lock or mag clamp etc).
Connection may cause erroneous faults or serious damage to the Controller and will VOID ALL
WARRANTIES OR GUARANTEES.
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4.7 Battery Charge Current Setting
To configure the Controller manually for the charge current, select the appropriate battery current limit setting
using the jumpers as shown below.
350mA
700mA
Battery Charge Jumper
Jumper Location
4.8 Status Indicator
The status output will activate according to the status indicator on the Controller and can be used to provide
signalling or indication of the Controller status outside the enclosure. The following diagrams show the
connection of an LED indicator to the status output.
+12V AUX
AC
LED
AC
ST
TP
1K5 OHM
TP
External Status LED Connection
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4.9 Encrypted Module Network
NB
The Controller incorporates technically advanced encrypted RS-485 communications technology. The isolated
communications interface offers full galvanic isolation to prevent ground loop noise and cross phase ground
differential. The communication offers superior interference immunity. Connection of the communications shall
be performed according to the following diagram.
N+
N-
NA
Network communicaons input
from the Protege Integrated
System Controller or previous
Protege module
Standard Communication Connection
Always connect the Controller's NA and NB terminals to the NA and NB terminals of the expansion devices and
keypads. The N+ and N- must go to a 12V power supply source as shown below.
+AUX-
Z1 COM Z2
Z3 COM Z4
AUX power from Module or
external power supply
NB
NA
Next modules
on network
N+
N-
NB
N+
N-
NA
N+
N-
NA
NB
Protege Integrated System
Controller or module supplying
power to networked devices
Network Power Connection
The above diagram shows a power connection taken from the auxiliary power outputs on the Controller's zone
terminals.
This connection is suitable for smaller systems provided that the:
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Maximum total output current,
AUX DC output current,
B1/B2 DC output current, and
Total combined current
are ALL lower or equal to the values outlined in the Technical Specifications section. If these currents are
exceeded, a separate power supply shall be used.
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UL
ULC
If an external power supply is required, a UL 603 or UL 294 listed power-limited power supply must be
used to comply with UL installation standards, and a CAN/ULC-S318 or CAN/ULC-S319 listed
power-limited power supply must be used to comply with ULC installation standards.
Warning: The 12V N+ and N- communication input must be supplied from only one point.
Connections from more than one 12V supply may cause failure or damage to the units supplying
power.
The recommended module network wiring specifications are:
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CAT5e / CAT6 are also supported for data transmission when using ground in the same cable.
24AWG twisted pair with characteristic impedance of 120ohm
Belden 9842 or equivalent.
Maximum total length of cable is max 900m (3000ft)
Warning: Unused wires in the cable must not be used to carry power to other devices.
Shielded Cables
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Shielded cables can be used in noisy environments (with RF and electromagnetic interference).
If a shielded cable is used, the shield must be connected at only one end of the cable. DO NOT connect a
shield at both ends. Refer to the following diagram for the recommended shield connection.
Product #1
N+
N-
Product #2
NA NB
N+
N-
Product #3
NA NB
Shielded Cable
N+
N-
NA NB
Shielded Cable
Shield is frame
grounded at
one point
Shields are
connected together
and Isolated
Shield not
connected
External Power Supply
or AUX Supply Out
Recommended Shield Connection
EOL OFF
EOL ON
EOL Jumper
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The EOL (End Of Line) jumper setting must be set in the on position for the first and last expansion
device only.
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4.10 Telephone Dialer
T1o R1o
The Controller provides the ability to communicate alarms and upload/download information with remote
systems using the onboard 2400bps modem. The telephone line can be connected directly to the Controller
using the onboard telephone connection terminals.
R1i
Telco line out
T1i
Telco line p and ring input
Telephone Line Connection
UL
ULC
For UL/ULC installations, a Modem Surge Protection Interface must be used.
4.11 Expansion Connector
The Controller has an onboard expansion connector that is used to connect serial communication, memory and
special function interface devices. Connect the interface card to the Controller as shown in the following
diagrams. For configuration information, refer to the Protege Reference Manual and the installation instructions
provided with the interface device.
Expansion Connector and Mounting Hole Location
When installing the daughter board, ensure that the plastic mounting hardware provided is correctly inserted
from the rear of the Controller. Pay attention to the key location of the 40 Way connector.
40 Way
Expansion Connector
Daughter Board
Main System Controller
Connection and Mounting
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Warning: Power to the Protege System Controller must be turned off when connecting any hardware
or system device to the Controller. Failure to do so may damage the Protege System Controller and
expansion device.
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UL
ULC
If the Protege System Controller is used with the expansion connector fitted, the second onboard
reader port becomes unavailable.
40 Way expansion connector communication has not been evaluated by UL/ULC.
4.12 Ethernet 10/100 Network Interface
The communication between the Protege System and the Controller uses a 10/100 Ethernet network operating
the TCP/IP protocol suite. The IP address of the Controller can be configured using the LCD Keypad Terminal.
The default IP address is set to a static IP address of 192.168.1.2 with a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0. These
IP address settings are commonly used for internal networks.
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Installing the Protege System Controller on an active network requires knowledge of the configuration
and structure for the network. Always consult the network or system administrator and ask them to
provide you with a fixed IP address that can be assigned to the Protege System Controller.
When the IP address has previously been set and is not known you are able to set configuration DIP
switch 3 which on power-up of the Protege System Controller will configure the IP address to
192.168.111.222. This will allow access to the configuration utility to change or review the
programmed IP Address.
When installing an Ethernet connection the Protege System Controller shall be interfaced using a standard
segment (<100m in length) and shall be connected to a suitable Ethernet hub or switch.
Ethernet 10/100 Switch hub Connection
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Temporary direct connections can be used for onsite programming by connecting directly to the computer
Ethernet port.
Ethernet 10/100 Direct Connection
UL

ULC
18

All network equipment such as hub/router/gateway used with the Protege System Controller must
comply with the UL and ULC standard requirements associated with a signal receiving center.
The Protege System Controller must be installed in the same room as the network equipment that
provides it the network connection.
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Door Access Control
The Controller provides access control functionality onboard without the requirement for additional hardware.
With 2 access controlled doors built in, the flexibility of the Protege system is expanded even further. The
Controller allows the connection of 2 Wiegand devices to control 2 doors (entry or exit only) or can be
configured in multiplex mode to allow 4 Wiegand devices controlling 2 doors giving the flexibility of entry and exit
readers.
5.1 Card Reader Connection
The following diagram shows the connection of a standard Wiegand Reader with the Controller controlling an
access door in entry or exit mode (2 doors, 2 readers).
+AUX-
Z9 COM Z10 Z11 COM Z12
D0
D1
L1
BZ
RED
BLACK
Shielded Cable
GREEN
WHITE
N/R
* See Text
N/R = Not Required
Shield is frame
grounded at
one point
ORANGE
BROWN
Shield not
connected
BLUE
N/R
YELLOW
*
SHIELD
Card Reader Connection
The card reader must be connected to the Controller port using a shielded cable. Always refer to the card
reader manufacturer for detailed installation guidelines. The shield connection must only be connected at one
end of the cable in the metallic enclosure(frame grounded). The beeper output on the Controller provides
diagnostic information to the end user and installer when access is denied or the unit is operating offline.
Warning:
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UL
ULC



Do not connect the shield to a AUX- or 0V connection.
Do not join the shield and black wires at the reading device.
Do not connect the shield to any shield used for isolated communication.

If the Controller is used with the expansion connector fitted, the second onboard reader port
becomes unavailable.
The Controller does not support dual LED reader mode and readers must be configured for single
LED mode. Refer to your card reader documentation for further details.

Compatible access control card reader communication formats are: 26-, 34-, 37-Bit Wiegand,
RS-232, RS-485, and Smart RS-485.
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5.2 Multiple Wiegand Card Reader Connection
When operating the Controller in multiple reader mode, the Controller allows the connection of 4 Wiegand
reading devices controlling two doors each with entry/exit readers.
When connecting Wiegand readers in multiple reader mode, the secondary reader that is connected will have all
connections wired to the same port as the primary card reader with the DATA 1 connection wired to the
opposite reader connection DATA 1 input.
+AUX-
Z9 COM Z10 Z11 COM Z12
D0
D1
L1
BZ
D0
D1
L2
BZ
*
SHIELD
RED
BLACK
Shielded Cable
GREEN
WHITE
N/R
* See Text
N/R = Not Required
ORANGE
BROWN
Shield is frame
grounded at
one point
BLUE
N/R
YELLOW
*
SHIELD
RED
BLACK
Shielded Cable
GREEN
WHITE
N/R
ORANGE
BROWN
Shield not
connected
BLUE
N/R
YELLOW
Multiple Wiegand Card Reader Connection
The card reader must be connected to the Controller port using a shielded cable. Always refer to the card
reader manufacturer for detailed installation guidelines. The shield connection must only be connected at one
end of the cable in the metallic enclosure(frame grounded). The beeper output on the Controller provides
diagnostic information to the end user and installer when access is denied or the unit is operating offline. The
reader that is multiplexed into the alternate reader port will operate as the exit reader and the normal reader
connection shall be programmed to operate as the entry reader.
Warning:



Do not connect the shield to a AUX- or 0V connection.
Do not join the shield and black wires at the reading device.
Do not connect the shield to any shield used for isolated communication.
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5.3 Door Contact Connection
The Controller allows the connection of up to 4 contacts for monitoring and controlling access control doors.
Each zone on the reader expander can be used for the door function that is automatically assigned and as a
normal zone input on the system. The following example shows the connection of a normally closed door
position monitoring contact to monitor the Open, Closed, Forced and Alarm conditions of the door.
N.C Zone Contact
1K
1K
1K
Door Contact
+AUX-
1K
N.O Zone Contact
N.C Zone Contact
1K
1K
1K
1K
Bond Sense
Z9 COM Z10 Z11 COM Z12
REX
REN
N.O Zone Contact
Door Contact Connection
The zones 9-12 and 13-16 can operate as either general purpose zone inputs or as onboard reader inputs. If
used as general purpose zone inputs, make sure that these inputs are not defined in the onboard reader set up.
Zone
Access Control Function
Default Setting
Zone 9
Door Contact, Port 1
Door Contact, Port 1
Zone 10
REX Input, Port 1
REX Input, Port 1
Zone 11
Bond Sense, Port 1
General Purpose Zone
Zone 12
REN Input, Port 1
General Purpose Zone
Zone 13
Door Contact, Port 2
Door Contact, Port 2
Zone 14
REX Input, Port 2
REX Input, Port 2
Zone 15
Bond Sense, Port 2
General Purpose Zone
Zone 16
REN Input, Port 2
General Purpose Zone
UL
ULC
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When zone inputs are configured as bond sense and/or general purpose zones (access control and
burglar installations), remaining zone inputs cannot be used for fire.
When connected, the REX Input can be programmed to operate regardless of the door contact state.
The REX input can also be programmed to recycle the door alarm time to prevent nuisance alarms
when the door is held open to permit longer entry.
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5.4 Lock Output Connection
The Controller provides a connection for 2 electric strike locks with full monitoring of the lock circuit for tamper
and over current/fuse blown conditions. The door lock monitoring can be disabled if it is not required.
Lock outputs are shared with the bell/siren functions as shown in the diagram below. You can select another
output for the lock control (P3 or P4) if the bell/siren function is required. To use the lock outputs in conjunction
with the onboard reader module, the Lock PGM for the door associated with the reader port must be configured
to be the desired lock output on the controller. This is not configured by default.
+
12VDC Electric
Locking Device
B1+ B1- B2+ B2-
1N4007 Diode
P3
P4
Lock Output Connection
When using a door with an Entry and Exit Reader, the lock output shall be connected to Bell 1, and enable the
swap lock option for the second reader input to allow the reader LEDs to display the correct status.
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The total combined current must not exceed 2.5A or electronic shutdown will be engaged. Ensure the
devices connected to the outputs are within the limits as detailed in the Technical Specifications.
5.5 Programming the Onboard Reader
The onboard reader is programmed in exactly the same way as any other reader module is. It can be thought of
as if it were a normal reader expander module on a separate circuit board. By default the onboard reader is
registered as the last reader in the defined profile (which is Reader Expander 008 in the Standard profile).
Consequently any reader expander module that is connected with the same address as this will be treated as a
duplicate and will fail to register. To change the address at which the onboard reader is registered, or to disable
it, please refer to the Controller Programming Guide.
The onboard reader uses zone inputs 9-12 and 13-16 as its door contact, REX, bond sense and REN inputs
respectively. Any of these inputs that are not configured for use with the onboard reader may be used as
general purpose zone inputs. To use these inputs as controller zones, you will need to disable the associated
function input in the Controller | Modules | Reader Modules section of the Protege Software Management Suite.
Alternatively, these can be disabled from the keypad by logging in as an installer and selecting Menu, 4, 1, 4,
RD004.
UL
ULC
22
REX and REN devices must be Listed to UL 294 for UL installations and CAN/ULC-S319 for ULC
installations, and be compatible with the system.
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The default settings are shown in the following table:
Zone
Access Control Function
Default Setting
Zone 9
Door Contact, Port 1
Door Contact, Port 1
Zone 10
REX Input, Port 1
REX Input, Port 1
Zone 11
Bond Sense, Port 1
General Purpose Zone
Zone 12
REN Input, Port 1
General Purpose Zone
Zone 13
Door Contact, Port 2
Door Contact, Port 2
Zone 14
REX Input, Port 2
REX Input, Port 2
Zone 15
Bond Sense, Port 2
General Purpose Zone
Zone 16
REN Input, Port 2
General Purpose Zone
Reader Expander Properties
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6
Inputs
6.1 Zones
The Controller has 16 zone inputs. The Controller also monitors 64 trouble zones used to report trouble
conditions. A trouble zone represents a trouble condition within the system. The trouble zone will open or go in
to alarm when that trouble condition is present, and close or return to normal when the trouble condition
restores. As an example, trouble zone CP001:01 will open or go in to alarm when the tamper input on the
Controller is open.
The Controller can monitor and control thousands of zone and trouble zone inputs by using the expansion
modules.
The Controller can monitor the state of up to 16 zone inputs such as magnetic contacts, motion detectors and
temperature sensors. Devices connected to these zones can be installed to a maximum distance of 300m
(1000ft) from the Controller when using 22 AWG. The Controller supports normally opened and normally closed
configurations with or without EOL resistors.
UL

ULC


Magnetic contacts shall be listed to UL 634 to comply with UL installation standards and
ULC/ORD-C634 to comply with ULC installation standards.
Motion detectors and temperature sensors shall be listed to UL 639 to comply with UL installation
standards and ULC-S306 to comply with ULC installation standards.
The PRT-CTRL-SE has been evaluated for UL 294, UL 1610, UL 1635, CAN/ULC-S304,
CAN/ULC-S319 and CAN/ULC-S559.
Zones can be programmed from the Protege Alphanumeric LCD Keypad (PRT-KLCD) or using the Protege
System Management Suite application (PRT-SMGT). CP001:01 to CP001:16 represent zone 1 to zone 16 on
the Controller.
When using a zone with the EOL resistor configuration, the Controller generates an alarm condition when the
state of a zone is toggled and generates a tamper alarm condition when a wire fault (short circuit) or a cut
(tampered) in the line occurs.
Zones default to require the EOL resistor configuration.
N.C Zone Contact
1K
1K
+AUX-
N.C Tamper
Z1 COM Z2
Z3 COM Z4
EOL Resistor Zone Configuration
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The zones 9-12 and 13-16 can operate as either general purpose zone inputs or as onboard reader
inputs. If used as general purpose zone inputs then make sure that these inputs are not defined in the
onboard reader set up.
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Each zone input can use a different input configuration. To program a large number of zones with a certain
configuration use the multiple selection feature in the Protege System Management Suite application.
When using the No Resistor configuration, the Controller only monitors the opened and closed state of the
connected input device generating the alarm and seal conditions.
+AUX-
N.C Zone Contact
Z1 COM Z2
Z3 COM Z4
No EOL Resistor Zone Configuration
6.2 Resistor Value Options
When using the EOL resistor configuration, the EOL resistor option must be configured based on the site
requirements. Note that not all resistor options are supported on all Protege field modules. (Refer to Zones
Section in the Protege Reference Manual).
Value 1
Value 2
Monitored Status
1K
-
Open, Closed
<5K7
-
Open, Closed
No Resistors
-
Open, Closed
1K
1K
Open, Closed, Tamper, Short
6K8
2K2
Open, Closed, Tamper, Short
10K
10K
Open, Closed, Tamper, Short
2K2
2K2
Open, Closed, Tamper, Short
4K7
2K2
Open, Closed, Tamper, Short
4K7
4K7
Open, Closed, Tamper, Short
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6.3 Trouble Zones
Each Controller can monitor up to 64 local trouble zones. Trouble zones are used to monitor the status of the
Controller and in most cases are not physically connected to an external zone. For example, trouble zone
CP001:03 is used to monitor the Controller's backup battery voltage and warn the Controller that the battery is
disconnected or voltage is too low. This can then be used to report a message to a monitoring station, remote
computer, keypad or siren.
The following table details the trouble zones that are configured in the Controller. The trouble type and group
define the trouble that is generated by the trouble zone when it is activated.
Zone Number
Description
Type
Group
CP001:01
Module Tamper
System Tamper
System
CP001:02
AC Failure
Power Fault
General
CP001:03
Low Battery
Power Fault
General
CP001:04
Real Time Clock Not Set
RTC/Clock Loss
General
CP001:05
Service Report Test
*
*
CP001:06
Service Report Failure to Communicate
Reporting Failure
General
CP001:07
Phone Line Fault
Phone Line Lost
General
CP001:08
Auxiliary Failure
Power Fault
General
CP001:09
Bell 1 Cut/Tamper
Bell/PGM Fault
General
CP001:10
Bell 2 Cut/Tamper
Bell/PGM Fault
General
CP001:11
Bell 1 Cut/Tamper
Bell/PGM Fault
General
CP001:12
Bell 2 Cut/Tamper
Bell/PGM Fault
General
CP001:13
Module Communication
Module Loss
System
CP001:14
Module Network Security
Module Security
System
CP001:15
Expansion Device Missing
Hardware Fault
System
CP001:16
Communication Port 1 Fault
Hardware Fault
System
CP001:17
Communication Port 2 Fault
Hardware Fault
System
CP001:18
Ethernet Hardware Fault
Hardware Fault
System
CP001:19
Ethernet Link Lost
Hardware Fault
System
CP001:20
DVAC Line Fault/Polling Error
Hardware Fault
System
CP001:21
ModBUS Communication Fault
Hardware Fault
System
CP001:22
Protege System Remote Access
Hardware Fault
System
CP001:23
Installer Logged In
Hardware Fault
System
CP001:24
Service 1 Stopped
Hardware Fault
System
CP001:25
Service 2 Stopped
Hardware Fault
System
CP001:26
Service 3 Stopped
Hardware Fault
System
CP001:27
Service 4 Stopped
Hardware Fault
System
CP001:28
Reserved
*
*
||||
||
|
|
CP001:64
Reserved
*
*
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Programmable Outputs
The Controller has 8 programmable outputs (PGMs). The PGMs are used to activate sirens, bells, warning
devices, control lighting and doors. The first 2 PGMs on the Controller have special hardware designs that
allows them to monitor for fault conditions and are ideally suited to driving sirens and warning devices.
7.1 Bell/Siren PGM Outputs
The + and - terminals of Bell 1 (PGM1 CP001:01) and Bell 2 (PGM2 CP001:02) are used to power bells, sirens
or any devices that require a steady voltage output. The bell outputs supply 12VDC upon alarm and support
one 30-watt siren. The bell output uses a electronically fused circuit and automatically shuts down under fault
conditions.
UL
ULC
Not investigated by UL/ULC for Local Burglary applications
+
12VDC siren
warning device
B1+ B1- B2+ B2-
1k Resistors
P1
P2
Bell Siren PGM 1/2 Connection
If the load on the bell terminals returns to normal, the Controller reinstates power to the bell terminals on the
next transition of the output.
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
When the bell output is not used, the appropriate trouble zone will be activated (refer to the
section on Trouble Zones (see page 26)). This can be avoided by connecting a 1K resistor
(provided in the accessory bag) across the bell output. If the bell is not being used for another
function, and the trouble zone is not programmed in the system, a resistor is not required.
Connecting a Piezo siren may result in a dull noise being emitted. This is caused by residual
current from the monitoring circuit. To prevent this occurring, connect 2 1K resistors in parallel.
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7.2 PGM 3/4 Outputs
The PGM outputs 3 (PGM3 CP001:03) and 4 (PGM4 CP001:04) on the Controller are open collector outputs
and switch to 0V. The PGMs can be used to activate relays, sounders and lights.
P3
Z1 COM Z2
B1+ B1- B2+ B2-
+AUXLED
P4
Z3 COM Z4
1K5 OHM
Open Collector PGM 3/4 Connection
Warning: The PGM 3 and 4 outputs can switch to a maximum capacity of 50mA. Exceeding this
amount will damage the PGM output.
7.3 Reader PGMs
If readers are not attached to the reader ports then the Reader 1, L1 and BZ and the Reader 2, L1 and BZ
outputs can be used as general purpose PGMs. These can be controlled by assigning the RDxxxGreen R1,
RDxxx Beeper R1, RDxxxGreen R2 and RDxxx Beeper R2 PGMs of whichever reader module has been
configured as the onboard reader module.
+AUXD0
D1
Z1 COM Z2
LED
L1
BZ
Z3 COM Z4
1K5 OHM
Reader PGMs
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Hardware Configuration
8.1 Configuration Switch
The Controller uses a 4 way dual inline dip switch located in the centre of the PCB board. This switch is used to
configure the boot up and power on settings for the Controller. Each of the switch positions performs a different
function. For normal operation, all switches shall be in the off position.
OFF
ON
1
BOOT MODE 1
2
BOOT MODE 2
3
BIOS COMMUNICATION
4
DEFAULT CONTROLLER
Configuration Switch
Switch
Switch
Function
1
2
Power Up Boot Mode
OFF
OFF
Normal Operation
ON
OFF
BOOT Loader
OFF
ON
BIOS Utility
ON
ON
Reserved Do Not Set
Switch
Switch
Function
3
-
IP Address Configuration
OFF
-
Programmed IP Configuration
ON
-
IP will be set to 192.168.111.222 while this switch remains on.
Allows the connection and review of the programmed IP address or
the modification to another setting.
Switch
Switch
Function
4
-
System Default
OFF
-
Normal Operation
ON
-
Factory Default Protege Controller
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8.2 Defaulting a Controller
The Controller can be set back to factory default using the following procedures. This resets all internal data and
event information.
Step 1
Remove power from the controller by disconnecting the AC and battery supply.
Step 2
Turn ON configuration dip switch 4.
Step 3
Power up the Controller by turning on the AC supply.
Step 4
Turn OFF configuration dip switch 4 once the Controller is indicating normal status by flashing the green status
indicator. The system will now be defaulted with all programming and settings returned to factory configuration.
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Defaulting the Controller does not reset the IP address. To reset an IP address, refer to the details on
the Configuration Switch (see page 29).
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LED Indicators
The Controller includes extensive diagnostic indicators that can aid the installer in diagnosing faults and
conditions. In some cases an indicator may have multiple meanings depending on the status indicator display.
9.1 Status LED
The Status indicator is located in the centre of the PCB and indicates the status of the Controller. If the
Controller is operating normally the LED will indicate this by flashing at 1 second intervals.
9.2 Fault Indicator
The Fault indicator is located in the centre of the PCB. During normal operation the fault indicator is off. Flashing
on will indicate that the Controller is operating in firmware update mode and requires firmware to be
downloaded.
9.3 Charge/Test Indicator
The Charge/Test indicator serves two functions. It indicates that a battery test is in progress and also that
battery charging is being performed. When AC is present, the battery charging current will be indicated by a
varying intensity level on this indicator. This indicator will also illuminate when a battery test is in progress by
illuminating brightly for 30 seconds every 10 minutes. The battery test period is a programmable option in the
Controller system options.
This LED is identified by the text CHARGE/TEST. This indicator does not function when AC is not present.
9.4 Auxiliary OK Indicators
Auxiliary voltage is supplied to the AUX1 and AUX2 outputs through two separate auxiliary fuses. If auxiliary
supplies are normal, both the AUX1 OK and AUX2 OK indicators will be illuminated.
9.5 AC OK Indicator
When a valid AC input is provided to the Controller the AC OK indicator will illuminate.
9.6 5V Isolated Power Indicator
The module communicates using an isolated RS-485 interface for optimal performance and this requires an
isolated supply on the N+ and N- terminals of the module network interface. When a valid supply is input, the 5V
ISO indicator will illuminate.
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9.7 Bell 1/Bell 2 Indicators
The Bell 1/Bell 2 indicators show the status of the bell output and the over current or circuit fault conditions.
Bell Status
Description
OFF
Bell is connected, the output is OFF
ON
Bell is ON
Two Flashes
Bell is ON, the circuit is in over current protection
Three Flashes
Bell is OFF, the circuit to the siren/bell is cut, damaged or tampered
9.8 Network RX/TX Indicators
The Receive and Transmit Data indicators are located on the right side of the PCB beside the communication
interface and below the modem circuitry. The indicator shows when the Controller is transmitting and receiving
information from the module communications interface and is identified by the text RX and TX.
9.9 Ethernet Link Indicator
The Ethernet Link indicator is located next to the ethernet connector and is labeled LINK ACT. It will be on when
the ethernet connection has a valid link with a hub, switch, or is directly connected to a personal computer. If
the link indicator is off the ethernet cable is not connected.
The Link Act indicator will flash for a period of 600 milliseconds when the ethernet interface receives or sends a
valid frame.
9.10 100Mb Indicator
The 100Mb indicator is located next to the ethernet connector and is labeled 100. It will be on when the
network communication has been successfully negotiated to operate at 100Mbs.
9.11 R1/R2 Data Indicators
The R1/R2 Data indicators are located above the Reader 1 and Reader 2 connection terminals. A short flash
(<250 milliseconds) on the Data indicator will show that data was received but was not in the correct format. A
long flash (>1 second) indicates that the unit has read the data and the format was correct.
9.12 Online Indicator
The Online indicator is located near the center of the PCB and is labeled ONLINE. The Online indicator shows
when the modem has control of the telephone line.
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10 Mechanical Diagram
The mechanical diagram shown below outlines the essential details needed to help ensure the correct
installation of the Protege Controller.
Isolated COMMS
EOL Jumper
Mounng Holes
350mA/700mA Jumper
16V AC Input
RS-485 Network
Cabinet Tamper Input
Baery Input
Telephone Dialer
Bell/Siren Outputs
Config Switch
10/100 Ethernet
PGM 3/4 Outputs
Ethernet Status LEDs
Fault/Status LED
Part Number
Zones 1 to 4
Coin Cell Baery
Expansion Interface
Zones 5 to 8
Zones 9 to 12
Reader Port 1
Zones 13 to 16
Reader Port 2
Mechanical Diagram
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11 Mechanical Layout
The mechanical layout shown below outlines the essential details needed to help ensure the correct installation
of the Protege Controller.
183mm
175mm
98.5mm
2mm
76.5mm
5mm diameter
225mm
234mm
112.2mm
PRT-CTRL-SE
113.6mm
93.5mm
81.5mm
Mechanical Layout
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12 System Capacities
The Protege Controller can be profiled to allow a comprehensive solution that allows optimal performance to be
achieved in any installation.
Standard
Access
Elevator
School
Storage
Automation
Apartment
Users
2000
10000
2000
2000
500
2000
2000
User Names
2000
2000
0
2000
500
2000
2000
Events
2000
4000
2000
4000
4000
1000
2000
Areas
32
32
64
64
128
64
248
Doors
16
128
64
16
16
64
4
Keypad Modules
32
16
8
8
8
32
48
Analog Expanders
8
8
8
8
8
16
8
Zone Expanders
16
8
4
32
64
8
4
Reader Expanders
8
64
32
16
8
32
4
Output Expanders
8
8
8
8
32
8
2
Zone Inputs
464
720
368
688
624
528
1104
Trouble Zone Inputs
704
1408
800
768
832
1088
2224
PGM Outputs
420
772
468
452
772
612
1108
PGM Groups
128
128
28
28
248
128
128
Area Groups
32
32
64
64
248
64
248
Menu Groups
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
Door Groups
128
248
28
32
16
16
16
Keypad Groups
32
16
8
8
8
8
8
Access Levels
128
248
248
32
248
64
16
Zone Types
128
128
32
28
248
64
16
Door Types
8
8
8
8
8
8
4
Services
8
8
8
8
4
8
4
Phone Numbers
16
16
16
16
8
8
8
Schedules
128
248
48
28
64
32
32
Holidays
32
32
32
32
32
32
8
Daylight Saving Adjustment Settings
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Automation Points
32
32
32
32
16
248
8
Panel Configuration Information
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Area Names
32
32
64
64
128
64
248
Access Level Names
128
248
48
32
248
64
16
Zone Type Names
64
64
32
28
248
16
16
Zone Names
464
720
68
88
1136
28
1104
Home Names
16
8
16
16
16
16
16
Door Names
16
128
16
16
16
4
4
Door Type Names
8
8
8
8
8
4
4
Area Group Names
64
32
64
64
248
248
248
Menu Group Names
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
Keypad Group Names
8
8
8
8
8
4
4
Phone Number Names
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
Schedule Names
64
248
32
32
64
32
32
Door Group Names
16
248
16
16
16
4
4
Floor Group Names
32
32
28
16
16
16
4
PGM Names
420
16
16
16
16
16
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Standard
Access
Elevator
School
Storage
Automation
Apartment
Floor Names
128
128
28
0
0
0
0
Elevator Names
8
8
8
16
8
0
0
Elevator Floor Groups
32
32
28
16
8
0
0
Elevator Cars
8
8
16
8
8
8
0
Elevator Floor
1024
1024
48
24
1024
1024
0
Programmable Function
64
64
32
32
128
128
0
Elevator Car Groups
8
8
16
8
8
8
0
Elevator Car Group Names
8
8
16
8
8
8
0
Variable
248
248
248
248
248
248
248
Bit variable
248
248
248
248
248
248
248
Door Schedules
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Floor Schedules
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
UL
ULC
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The Elevator profile has not been evaluated by UL/ULC.
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The following specifications are important and vital to the correct operation of the Protege Controller. Failure to
adhere to the specifications will result in any warranty or guarantee that was provided becoming null and void.
Integrated Control Technology continually strives to increase the performance of its products. As a result these
specifications may change without notice. We recommend consulting the ICT website
(http://www.incontrol.co.nz) for the latest documentation and product information.
Operating Voltage
16 to 16.5VAC secondary (via transformer)
Operating AC Input Current
3.3A @ 16VAC when Total Combined Current = 2.5A
2.2A @ 16.5VAC when Total Combined Current = 1.7A
Operating Current
120mA (Typical)
Total Combined Current
1.7A (Max) using a 37/40VA transformer
2.5A (Max) Using a 60VA or greater transformer
Electronically limited at 2.5A
AUX1/AUX2 DC Outputs
11.0V-12.3V, 1.0A (Typical) Electronic Shutdown at 1.85A
B1/B2 DC Outputs (Continuous)
11.0V-12.3V, 8 Ohm 30W Siren or 1.1A (Maximum)
B1/B2 DC Outputs (Inrush)
1500mA
Battery Charging
350mA/700mA
Battery Low
11.2VDC
Battery Restore
12.5VDC
Electronic Disconnection
9.4VDC
Communication (Ethernet)
1 10/100Mbps Ethernet Communication Link
Communication (Serial)
1 Isolated RS-485 Communication Interface Port 12VDC @ 28mA. (Input)
Communication (Modem)
1 2400bps Modem Communication
Readers (Standard Mode)
2 Wiegand or clock data readers providing one Entry/Exit Door or two Entry/Exit only Doors.
Readers (Multiplex-reader Mode)
4 Wiegand Readers (connected in Multiplex Reader mode) providing any combination of Entry or Exit
for two Doors.
Zone Inputs (System Zones)
16 High Security Monitored Zone Inputs
Tamper Input
Dedicated Hardware Tamper Input
PGM Outputs
6 50mA (Max) Open Collector Output for reader LED and beeper or general functions.
Status Output
1 50mA (Max) Open Collector Output
Operating Temperature
0˚-49˚C (32˚ - 122˚F)
Storage Temperature
-10˚- 85˚C (14˚ - 185˚F)
Humidity
0%-93% non condensing, indoor use only (relative humidity)
Dimensions (L x W x H)
234 x 183 x 35mm (9.21 x 7.20 x 1.37")
Weight
376g (13.26oz)
Warning: The total combined current must not exceed a maximum of 1.7A if a 37/40VA transformer is
used, or a maximum of 2.5A if a 60VA or greater transformer is used. The transformer can be
damaged if the total combined current exceeds its capability.
The total combined current is the sum of the operating current, charging current, DC Outputs (AUX1
and AUX 2) and Lock - Bell/Siren (B1 and B2) Outputs.
Please refer to the following Current and Validations Examples for more details.
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The isolated communications interface on the Controller uses full galvanic isolation to prevent ground
loop noise and cross phase ground differential. This is a very important feature of the product family
and the correct connection of power to this isolated section will ensure the correct operation of the
communications network.
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13.1 Current and Validation Example 1
The example shown below refers to the specifications needed to help ensure the correct installation of the
Protege Controller. Specifications have to be validated to ensure that individual maximum currents and total
combined current are not exceeded.
Using a 40VA Transformer
External Devices Connected to Panel
8 x EDGE PIR Motion Detectors (Z1 to Z8) connected on AUX1 Outputs
1 x 30W Siren (1.1A Maximum @ 13.8VDC)
Current Consumption
Total Combined Current Available
1.7A (1700mA)
Operating Current
120mA (Typical)
Battery Charging
350mA (Standard Current Charging)
DC Output (AUX1)
8 x EDGE PIR Motion Detectors @ 15mA each (Total 120mA)
Siren on B1 Output
1.1A (1100mA)
Total Consumption
1.69A (1690mA)
Validation
Is the total DC Output (AUX1) current less or equal to 1.0A (1000mA)?
Yes, it is 120mA
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Is B1 current output less or equal to 1.1A (1100mA)?
Yes, it is 1.1A (1100mA)
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Is the total combined current less or equal to 1.7A (1700mA)?
Yes, it is 1.69A (1690mA)

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13.2 Current and Validation Example 2
The example shown below refers to the specifications needed to help ensure the correct installation of the
Protege Controller. Specifications have to be validated to ensure that individual maximum currents and total
combined current are not exceeded.
Using a 80VA Transformer
External Devices Connected to Panel
2 x PRX-NPROX Nano Prox Card Readers (120mA @ 13.8VDC) connected on AUX2 Outputs
2 x Electric Locking Devices (520mA @ 13.8VDC)
Current Consumption
Total Combined Current Available
2.5A (2500mA)
Operating Current
120mA (Typical)
Battery Charging
700mA (High Current Charging)
DC Output (AUX2)
PRX-NPROX Nano Prox Card Reader (120mA @ 13.8VDC)
DC Output (AUX2)
PRX-NPROX Nano Prox Card Reader (120mA @ 13.8VDC)
B1 Output
Electric Locking Device (520mA @ 13.8VDC)
B2 Output
Electric Locking Device (520mA @ 13.8VDC)
Total Consumption
2.1A (2100mA)
Validation
Is the total DC Output (AUX2) current less or equal to 1.0A (1000mA)?
Yes, it is 240mA
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Is B1 current output less or equal to 1.1A (1100mA)?
Yes, it is 520mA

Is B2 current output less or equal to 1.1A (1100mA)?
Yes, it is 520mA

Is the total combined current less or equal to 2.5A (2500mA)?
Yes, it is 2.1A (2100mA)

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13.3 Maximum Total Output Current: UL and ULC Installations
The following table describes the maximum total output current available for standby operation using an external
VRLA battery in order to comply with UL and ULC standby requirements.
Application
UL 294 and
CAN/ULC-S319,
4hr backup
CAN/ULC-S304
24hr backup
CAN/ULC-S559
24hr backup
UL 1610, UL
1635 24hr
backup
UL 1610, UL
1635 72hr
backup
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Maximum Total Output Charging Jumper
Current Available
Setting
Transformer
Battery Rating
1200mA
350mA or 700mA
40VA/100VA
1400mA
350mA or 700mA
100VA
2000mA
350mA or 700mA
100VA
2 x 12VDC, 7Ah =
14Ah
100mA
700mA
40VA/100VA
1 x 12VDC, 7Ah
400mA
700mA
40VA/100VA
2 x 12VDC, 7Ah =
14Ah
100mA
700mA
100VA
1 x 12VDC, 7Ah
400mA
700mA
100VA
2 x 12VDC, 7Ah =
14Ah
100mA
700mA
40VA/100VA
1 x 12VDC, 7Ah
400mA
700mA
40VA/100VA
2 x 12VDC, 7Ah =
14Ah
60mA
350mA or 700mA
40VA/100VA
2 x 12VDC, 7Ah =
14Ah
1 x 12VDC, 7Ah
The Maximum Total Output Current Available is the maximum current that can be supplied to the
AUX1/AUX2 DC Outputs and B1/B2 DC Outputs.
These are the maximum current values to ensure compliancy with the standby requirements.
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13.4 Current and Validation (UL Installation) Example 1
Using a 40VA Transformer and 14Ah Battery
UL1610, UL1635 (72 hr standby capacity)
External Devices Connected to Panel
1 x PRT-KLCD Protege Alphanumeric LCD Keypad (30mA Typical)
Standby Current Consumption
Total Output Current Available
60mA
DC Output (AUX1)
PRT-KLCD Protege Alphanumeric LCD Keypad (30mA Typical)
Total Output Current Consumption
30mA
Current Consumption
Total Combined Current Available
1.7A (1700mA)
Operating Current
120mA (Typical)
Battery Charging
350mA (Standard Current Charging)
DC Output (AUX1)
PRT-KLCD Protege Alphanumeric LCD Keypad (30mA Typical)
Total Consumption
0.5A (500mA)
Validation
In order to comply with UL1610 and UL1635 72 hr standby requirements, is
the Total Output Current less or equal to 60mA?
Yes, it is 30mA

Is the DC Output (AUX1) current less or equal to 1.0A (1000mA)?
Yes, it is 30mA

Is the total combined current less or equal to 1.7A (1700mA)?
Yes, it is 0.5A (500mA)

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13.5 Current and Validation (UL Installation) Example 2
Using a 100VA Transformer and 14Ah Battery
UL294 (4 hr standby capacity)
External Devices Connected to Panel
2 x PRX-NPROX Nano Prox Card Readers (120mA @ 13.8VDC) connected on AUX2 Outputs
2 x Electric Locking Devices (520mA @ 13.8VDC)
Standby Current Consumption
Total Output Current Available
2A (2000mA)
DC Output (AUX2)
PRX-NPROX Nano Prox Card Reader (120mA @ 13.8VDC)
DC Output (AUX2)
PRX-NPROX Nano Prox Card Reader (120mA @ 13.8VDC)
B1 Output
Electric Locking Device (520mA @ 13.8VDC)
B2 Output
Electric Locking Device (520mA @ 13.8VDC)
Total Output Current Consumption
1.28A (1280mA)
Current Consumption
Total Combined Current Available
2.5A (2500mA)
Operating Current
120mA (Typical)
Battery Charging
700mA (High Current Charging)
DC Output (AUX2)
PRX-NPROX Nano Prox Card Reader (120mA @ 13.8VDC)
DC Output (AUX2)
PRX-NPROX Nano Prox Card Reader (120mA @ 13.8VDC)
B1 Output
Electric Locking Device (520mA @ 13.8VDC)
B2 Output
Electric Locking Device (520mA @ 13.8VDC)
Total Consumption
2.1A (2100mA)
Validation
In order to comply with UL294 4 hr standby requirements, is the Total
Output Current less or equal to 2A?
Yes, it is 1.28A (1280mA)

Is the DC Output current (AUX2) less or equal to 1.0A (1000mA)?
Yes, it is 240mA

Is B1 current output less or equal to 1.1A (1100mA)?
Yes, it is 520mA

Is B2 current output less or equal to 1.1A (1100mA)?
Yes, it is 520mA

Is the total combined current less or equal to 2.5A (2500mA)?
Yes, it is 2.1A (2100mA)

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14 UL and ULC Installation Requirements
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Only UL / ULC listed compatible products are intended to be connected to a UL / ULC listed control
system.
14.1 Central Station Signal Receiver Compatibility List
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IP Receiver via Ethernet Port : Integrated Control Technology ArmorIP Internet Monitoring Receiver. Serial
interface to be used with SIMS II version 1.3x central station automation system software and compatible
receiving equipment as indicted in the SIMS II Appendix E UL Supplement.
CID Receiver via Onboard Modem: Any UL and ULC listed receiver that uses the Contact ID protocol.
14.2 ULC Compliance Requirements
CAN/ULC-S304-06
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Auto Arming
Control units that support auto arming shall provide an audible signal throughout the protected area not less
than 10 min prior to the auto arming taking place. The control unit shall allow authorized users to cancel the
auto arming sequence and transmit such cancelation to the signal receiving center with the identification of
the authorized user that canceled the action.
The following options must be enabled in the Protege System when using the Auto Arming feature. When
the defer warning time is programmed to 10 minutes, the PGM group will be activated 10 minutes before
the system performs the Auto Arming in the associated Area.
 The Defer PGM or PGM Group must be programmed. Please refer to the section Defer PGM or PGM
Group in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500) for programming
instructions. For details on modifying the Defer PGM or PGM Group, refer to the section PGM and PGM
Group Entry in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500).
 The Defer Warning Time must be programmed to not less than 10 minutes. Please refer to the section
Defer Arming Warning Time in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500).
 The Defer Automatic Arming arming option must be enabled. Please refer to the section Area Special
Options in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)
Double EOL Zone Configuration
Only double EOL Zone Configuration shall be used. Please refer to the section Inputs (see page 24) of this
manual and the section Zone Special Options in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual
(227-4045-500).
Multiplex System and Poll Time
The PRT-CTRL-SE is compatible with the Integrated Control Technology ArmorIP Internet Monitoring
Receiver. Poll Time must be set to 40 seconds and the Grace Time must be set to 20 seconds.
In the Protege System, the reporting service must be configured to 40 seconds. The following options are
required for the service selected as Report IP type:
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

The Enable Poll Events option must be enabled. Please refer to option 5 in the section Reporting
Options in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)
 The Poll Time must be programmed to 40 seconds. Please refer to the Poll Time section in the Protege
System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)
Central Station Signal Receiver
The common equipment of each signal receiving center control unit shall be limited to 1000 alarm systems.
Number of attempts
In the event of unsuccessful communication, a digital alarm communicator transmitter shall make a
minimum of 5 and a maximum of 10 attempts. Where the maximum number of attempts to complete the
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sequence is reached, an indication of the failure shall be made at the premises.
In the Protege System, the reporting service selected as Contact ID must have the number of attempts
programmed to 5 attempts. The following options are required:
 The Dialing Attempts option must be programmed. Please refer to the section Dialing Attempts in the
Protege System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)
Check-In Time
DACT communication channel check-in time is not to exceed 24 hrs.
Trouble Zone Service Test Report


Test report time must be programmed. Please refer to the section Miscellaneous Options in the
Protege System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)
 The Panel Option 5 (Option 5 - Generate Trouble Zone Test Report Restore) must be enabled. Please
refer to the section Panel Options Generate Trouble Zone Test Report Restore in the Protege System
Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)
 The Panel Option 2 (Option 2 - Generate Test Report by Time of Day) must be enable. Please refer to
the section Panel Options in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)
Primary Communication Channel
The first attempt to send a status change signal shall utilize the primary communication channel.
The Report IP and Contact ID services must be programmed and enabled within the Protege System, and
the CID service must be set as the backup service. The following options are required:



The Contact ID Reporting Service must be enabled and the Service Mode must be configured to start
with the operating system.
Refer to the section Contact ID Reporting Service in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual
(227-4045-500)
 The Report IP Service must be enabled as the primary communication channel and the Service Mode
must be configured to start with the operating system. The Reporting Protocol must be set to ArmorIP,
and the Backup Service must be configured to use the Contact ID Service.
Refer to the section Report IP Service in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual
(227-4045-500).
 All ULC S304 P3 applications must transmit signals simultaneously over both the Contact ID Reporting
Service and the Report IP Service. This will occur automatically with the above programming.
Status Change Signal
An attempt to send a status change signal shall utilize both primary and secondary communication
channels.
Local Annunciation if Signal Reporting Failure
Failure of the primary communication channel or secondary communication channel shall result in a trouble
signal being transmitted to the signal receiving center within 240 seconds of the detection of the fault.
Failure of either communication channel shall be annunciated locally within 180 seconds of the fault.
The following options must be enabled in the Protege System:
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The Monitor Phone Service must be enabled, and the Telephone Line Monitoring option
(Miscellaneous option 1) must be selected. Refer to the section Monitor Phone Service in the Protege
System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)
 The area Trouble Area must be armed. Refer to the section Regular Arming in the Protege System
Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)
Network and Domain Access
Neither the subscriber control unit nor the signal receiving center receiver shall be susceptible to security
breaches in general-purpose operating systems.
Network access policies should be set to restrict unauthorized network access and "spoofing" or "denial of
service" attacks.
Ethernet Connections
All Ethernet network connections shall be installed within the same room as the equipment.
Encryption
For active communications channel security, encryption shall be enabled at all times.
The ArmorIP-E (UDP) protocol must be used and the Encryption Type must be set to AES-256.
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The following options must be enabled for the the Report IP service in the Protege System.







The Reporting Protocol must be set to ArmorIP (UDP) Encrypted. The AES key must be set as
specified by monitoring station.
Refer to the section Report IP Service in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual
(227-4045-500).
Server Configuration
Where a server is employed for control over network addressing, encryption or re-transmission, such shall
be designed to remain in the “on state” at all times.
Communicators are not suitable for active communication channel security and medium or high risk
applications unless such can be "on line" at all times, have a minimum 128 bit encryption scheme, have
encryption enabled, network and domain security implemented.
Network access policies shall be set to restrict unauthorized network access and "spoofing" or "denial of
service" attacks.
Internet Service Provider (ISP)
The Internet Service Provider (ISP) providing service shall meet the following requirements:
 redundant servers/systems
 back-up power
 routers with firewalls enabled and
 methods to identify and protect against "Denial of Service" attacks (i.e. via "spoofing")
Information Technology Equipment, Products or Components of Products
Products or components of products, which perform communications functions only, shall comply with the
requirements applicable to communications equipment as specified in CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1,
Information Technology Equipment Safety - Part 1: General Requirements. Where network interfaces, such
as the following, are internal to the subscriber control unit or receiver, compliance to CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.
60950-1 is adequate. Such components include, but are not limited to:
A) Hubs;
B) Routers;
C) Network interface devices;
D) Third party communications service providers;
E) Digital subscriber line (DSL) modems; and
F) Cable modems.
BELL / SIREN
Bell / Siren for 30 min standby requirements shall comply with CAN/ULC-S303.
Backup Power Requirements
Power for network equipment such as hubs, switchers, routers, servers, modems, etc., shall be backed up
or powered by an un-interruptable power supply (UPS), stand-by battery or the control unit, capable of
facilitating 24 h standby, compliant with Clauses 16.1.2 and 16.4.1 of CAN/ULC-S304-06.
For communications equipment employed at the protected premises or signal receiving centre and intended
to facilitate packet switched communications, as defined in CAN/ULC-S304, 24 h back-up power is
required.
Compromise Attempt Events
ArmorIP automatically detects the reception of any invalid packet on the programmed port as a potential
system compromise attempt. Each compromise attempt sends a notification to the receiver, and logs a
Compromise Attempt event in the Events Tab.
The event is sent with the following details:
 Account Code as defined in the Account settings on the Ademco 685 tab of the Preferences Menu
 Event Code 0x163
 Group Code as defined in the Details settings on the Ademco 685 tab of the Preferences Menu
 Point Code as defined in the Details settings on the Ademco 685 tab of the Preferences Menu
Refer to the section Ademco 685 in the ArmorIP Internet Monitoring Application User's Manual
(227-5500-000).
For UL and ULC installations the Central Station Receiving software must have the Contact ID details as
specified, programmed for the Compromise Attempt event.
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Telephone Lightning Surge Protector
Telephone lightning surge protector manufactured by L-com Inc (Model HGLN-D1-DT) shall be connected
inline to the telephone dialer T1i and R1i. Refer to the PRT-CTRL-SE wiring diagram (see page 9) of this
manual.
Hardwire Transformer Marcus M4758CT
When installed with the power supply manufactured by Marcus, Model M4758CT:
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The Digital Security Controls (DSC) Model ULC-LA power indicator light assembly (Installation
Instruction No. 29001877 R0) must be installed within a conduit knockout of either the ICT Model
CAB-LARGE-UL or Bosch Model D8108A enclosure in order to provide green AC power on indication.
The Littelfuse Part No. 150322 fuseholder and Littelfuse Part No. 0312005 5A, 3AG fast-acting fuse
must be installed in-line to the Models PRT-CTRL-SE, PRT-ZX16-PCB, and PRT-RDI2-PCB.
CAN/ULC-S319-05
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The Models PRT-CTRL-SE and PRT-RDI2-PCB are intended to be mounted within the Model
CAB-LARGE-UL enclosure, installed inside the protected premise, and are CAN/ULC-S319 Listed for Class
I applications only
Exit devices and wiring must be installed within the protected area.
System must be installed with at least one PRX-NPROX proximity card reader. For CAN/ULC-S319 Listed
installations, the PRX-NPROX is the only reader that may be used.
For the Models PRT-CTRL-SE and PRT-RDI2-PCB, all RS485 and reader terminal connections must be
made using shielded, grounded cable.
The Model PRX-NPROX must be connected with shielded, grounded cable.
Fail secure locking mechanism shall only be installed where allowed by the local authority having jurisdiction
(AHJ) and shall not impair the operation of panic hardware and emergency egress.
If fire resistance is required for door assembly, portal locking device(s) must be evaluated to ULC-S533 and
CAN/ULC-S104.
Must be installed with CAN/ULC-S319 Listed portal locking device(s) for ULC installations.
When installed with the power supply manufactured by Marcus, Model M4758CT:
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
The Digital Security Controls (DSC) Model ULC-LA power indicator light assembly (Installation
Instruction No. 29001877 R0) must be installed within a conduit knockout of either the ICT Model
CAB-LARGE-UL or Bosch Model D8108A enclosure in order to provide green AC power on indication.
The Littelfuse Part No. 150322 fuseholder and Littelfuse Part No. 0312005 5A, 3AG fast-acting fuse
must be installed in-line to the Models PRT-CTRL-SE, PRT-ZX16-PCB, and PRT-RDI2-PCB.
CAN/ULC-S559-04
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Signal Reporting
Any fault of an active communication system shall be annunciated and recorded at the signal receiving
center within 180 s of the occurrence of the fault.
The Report IP and Contact ID services must be programmed and enabled within the Protege System. The
following options are required:
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The Contact ID Reporting Service must be enabled and the Service Mode must be configured to start
with the operating system.
Refer to the section Contact ID Reporting Service in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual
(227-4045-500)
The Report IP Service must be enabled as the primary communication channel, the Service Mode
must be configured to start with the operating system, and the Reporting Protocol must be set to
ArmorIP.
Refer to the section Report IP Service in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual
(227-4045-500).
All ULC S559 applications must transmit signals simultaneously over both the Contact ID Reporting
Service and the Report IP Service. This will occur automatically with the above programming.
The area Trouble Area must be armed. Refer to the section Regular Arming in the Protege System
Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)
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In the ArmorIP Internet Monitoring Software the Poll Time must be set to 40 seconds and the Grace Time
must be set to 20 seconds. Please refer to the section Poll/Grace Time in the ArmorIP Internet Monitoring
Application User Manual (227-5500-000).
Central Station Signal Receiver
The maximum number of signal transmitting units connected to any transmission channel shall conform to
the manufacturer's recommendations. The ArmorIP Receiver supports up to 10000 simultaneous
connections.
Please refer to the section Internet Connections Requirements in the ArmorIP Receiver Installation Manual
(227-5510-000) for further details.
Number of attempts
In the event of unsuccessful communication, a digital alarm communicator transmitter shall make a
minimum of 5 and a maximum of 10 attempts. Where the maximum number of attempts to complete the
sequence is reached, an indication of the failure shall be made at the premises.
In the Protege System, the reporting service selected as Contact ID must have the number of attempts
programmed to 5 attempts. The following options are required:
 The Dialing Attempts option must be programmed. Please refer to the section Dialing Attempts in the
Protege System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)
Check-In Time
DACT communication channel check-in time is not to exceed 24 hrs.
Trouble Zone Service Test Report
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Test report time must be programmed. Please refer to the section Miscellaneous Options in the
Protege System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)
 The Panel Option 5 (Option 5 - Generate Trouble Zone Test Report Restore) must be enabled. Please
refer to the section Panel Options Generate Trouble Zone Test Report Restore in the Protege System
Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)
 The Panel Option 2 (Option 2 - Generate Test Report by Time of Day) must be enable. Please refer to
the section Panel Options in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)
Ethernet Connections
All Ethernet network connections shall be installed within the same room as the equipment.
Telephone Lightning Surge Protector
Telephone lightning surge protector manufactured by L-com Inc (Model HGLN-D1-DT) shall be connected
inline to the telephone dialer T1i and R1i. Refer to the PRT-CTRL-SE wiring diagram (see page 9) of this
manual.
Hardwire Transformer Marcus M4758CT
When installed with the power supply manufactured by Marcus, Model M4758CT:


The Digital Security Controls (DSC) Model ULC-LA power indicator light assembly (Installation
Instruction No. 29001877 R0) must be installed within a conduit knockout of either the ICT Model
CAB-LARGE-UL or Bosch Model D8108A enclosure in order to provide green AC power on indication.
 The Littelfuse Part No. 150322 fuseholder and Littelfuse Part No. 0312005 5A, 3AG fast-acting fuse
must be installed in-line to the Models PRT-CTRL-SE, PRT-ZX16-PCB, and PRT-RDI2-PCB.
Fire Zones
Fires zones shall be separated from burglar zones through area partitioning.
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CAN/ULC-S559
PRT-CTRL-SE
ACTIVE COMMUNICATION
Metal Conduit
Note: All cables shall be protected within metal conduits.
ENCLOSURE
24h Standby / Backup
Required for Telecom
Equipment
PRT-CTRL-SE
MARCUS M4758CT
Hardwire Transformer
AC
AC
TELECOM
EQUIPMENT
ETHERNET
INTERNET
FIRE ALARM PANEL
FIRE
Z1
SUPERVISORY
Z2
TROUBLE
Z3
EDWARDS
CRCRL
RELAY
COM STATUS / FB
POS+
AUX
NEG -
P3 or P4
Dry Contacts
* If installation requires Fire Alarm Panel local supervision, a ULC S527 listed relay module (such as the EDWARDS CRCRL RELAY) must be used to trigger input zone on fire alarm control panel.
The relay module must be able to meet supervision requirements of the input zone or be mounted within 18m of the fire alarm control unit in conduit.
* Fire zones shall be separated from burglar zones through area partitioning.
* Fire zones Z1-Z3 shall be used exclusively for fire monitoring and cannot be programmed to activate bell outputs (B1/B2)
Typical Zone Circuits
1K
1K
Open, Close, Tamper, Short
6K8
2K2
Open, Close, Tamper, Short
10K
10K
Open, Close, Tamper, Short
2K2
2K2
Open, Close, Tamper, Short
4K7
2K2
Open, Close, Tamper, Short
4K7
4K7
Open, Close, Tamper, Short
Z3 COM Z4
Monitored Status
Z1 COM Z2
Value 2
+AUX-
N.C Zone Contact
N.C
Tamper Value 2
Value 1
Value 1
* EOL resistor must be installed at the Fire Alarm Control Panel Output.
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CAN/ULC-S559
PRT-CTRL-SE
PASSIVE COMMUNICATION
Metal Conduit
Note: All cables shall be protected within metal conduits.
ENCLOSURE
24h Standby / Backup
Required for Telecom
Equipment
PRT-CTRL-SE
MARCUS M4758CT
Hardwire Transformer
AC
AC
TELECOM
EQUIPMENT
ETHERNET
INTERNET
FIRE ALARM PANEL
FIRE
Z1
SUPERVISORY
Z2
TROUBLE
COM STATUS / FB
Modem Interface
Surge Protector
L-Com HGLN-D1DT
DIALER
TELECOM
EQUIPMENT
PSTN
Z3
EDWARDS
CRCRL
RELAY
POS+
AUX
NEG -
P3 or P4
Dry Contacts
* If installation requires Fire Alarm Panel local supervision, a ULC S527 listed relay module (such as the EDWARDS CRCRL RELAY) must be used to trigger input zone on fire alarm control panel.
The relay module must be able to meet supervision requirements of the input zone or be mounted within 18m of the fire alarm control unit in conduit.
* Fire zones shall be separated from burglar zones through area partitioning.
* Fire zones Z1-Z3 shall be used exclusively for fire monitoring and cannot be programmed to activate bell outputs (B1/B2)
Typical Zone Circuits
1K
1K
Open, Close, Tamper, Short
6K8
2K2
Open, Close, Tamper, Short
10K
10K
Open, Close, Tamper, Short
2K2
2K2
Open, Close, Tamper, Short
4K7
2K2
Open, Close, Tamper, Short
4K7
4K7
Open, Close, Tamper, Short
N.C Zone Contact
N.C
Tamper Value 2
Value 1
Z3 COM Z4
Monitored Status
Z1 COM Z2
Value 2
+AUX-
Value 1
* EOL resistor must be installed at the Fire Alarm Control Panel Output.
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Fire Zone Inputs and Outputs
Fire Zone inputs must be programmed as follow:
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FACP Fire Alarm Signal zone type must be programmed as Fire

Supervisory Trouble Signal zone type must be programmed as 24 Hr Silent

Trouble Signal zone type must be programmed as 24 Hr Silent
Please refer to the section Zone Type Alarm Options in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual
(227-4045-500)
All fire zone inputs must be placed into an area and this area must be armed. Please refer to the section
Area in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)
COM Status
FACP system with a COM STATUS input must have this input connected to the P3 or P4 output of the
panel and the selected output must be programmed as the Report OK PGM in the Contact ID Service.
Please refer to section Report OK PGM Option in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual
(227-4045-500).
Fire zones Z1-Z3 shall be used exclusively for fire monitoring and cannot be programmed to activate bell
outputs (B1/B2).
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14.3 UL Compliance Requirements
UL1610
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A local alarm sounding device, alarm housing, and control unit shall comply with the mercantile
requirements in the Standard for Police Station Connected Burglar Alarm Units and Systems, UL365.
Exit and entry delay must not exceed 60 seconds. To program the entry and exit delay time, please refer to
the section Area in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500).
All Ethernet network connections shall be installed within the same room as the equipment.
Signals between the premises control unit and the receiving equipment, when not carried by wireless
means, shall be protected by the following method:

Onboard modem telco connection must be dedicated to the PRT-CTRL-SE.

Ethernet connection to the Internet Service Provider (ISP) with a fixed IP Address must be dedicated to
the PRT-CTRL-SE.
To comply with the dual signal line transmission system requirement, both transmission lines (onboard
modem and IP reporting) must be enabled. Signals shall be sent simultaneously to both, Report IP Service
and Contact ID Reporting Service.
The Report IP and Contact ID services must be programmed and enabled within the Protege System. The
following options are required:

The Contact ID Reporting Service must be enabled and the Service Mode must be configured to start
with the operating system.
Refer to the section Contact ID Reporting Service in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual
(227-4045-500)


The Report IP Service must be enabled as the primary communication channel, the Service Mode
must be configured to start with the operating system, and the Reporting Protocol must be set to
ArmorIP.
Refer to the section Report IP Service in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual
(227-4045-500).
When more than one means of signal transmission is used, loss of communication with the receiving
system shall be annunciated at the receiver within 200 seconds. If a fault is detected on any of the signal
transmission means, at least one of the signal transmission channels shall send a signal to the
central-station to report the fault within 200 seconds.
The Report IP and Contact ID services must be programmed and enabled within the Protege System.
The PRT-CTRL-SE is compatible with the Integrated Control Technology ArmorIP Internet Monitoring
Receiver. Poll Time must be set to 40 seconds and the Grace Time must be set to 20 seconds.
In the Protege System, the reporting service must be configured to 40 seconds. The following options are
required for the service selected as Report IP type:

The Enable Poll Events option must be enabled. Please refer to option 5 in the section Reporting
Options in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)

The Poll Time must be programmed to 40 seconds. Please refer to the Poll Time section in the Protege
System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)

The Contact ID Reporting Service must be enabled and the Service Mode must be configured to start
with the operating system.
Refer to the section Contact ID Reporting Service in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual
(227-4045-500)

The Report IP Service must be enabled as the primary communication channel, the Service Mode
must be configured to start with the operating system, and the Reporting Protocol must be set to
ArmorIP.
Refer to the section Report IP Service in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual
(227-4045-500).
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The Trouble Zone Area must be armed in 24h mode. Refer to the section 24HR Enabling in the
Protege System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500).
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In the event of unsuccessful communication, a digital alarm communicator transmitter shall make a
minimum of 5 and a maximum of 10 attempts. Where the maximum number of attempts to complete the
sequence is reached, an indication of the failure shall be made at the premises.
In the Protege System, the reporting service selected as Contact ID must have the number of attempts
programmed to 5 attempts. The following options are required:





The Dialing Attempts option must be programmed. Please refer to the section Dialing Attempts in the
Protege System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)
DACT communication channel check-in time is not to exceed 24 hrs.
Trouble Zone Service Test Report

Test report time must be programmed. Please refer to the section Miscellaneous Options in the
Protege System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)

The Panel Option 5 (Option 5 - Generate Trouble Zone Test Report Restore) must be enabled. Please
refer to the section Panel Options Generate Trouble Zone Test Report Restore in the Protege System
Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)

The Panel Option 2 (Option 2 - Generate Test Report by Time of Day) must be enable. Please refer to
the section Panel Options in the Protege System Controller Reference Manual (227-4045-500)
ArmorIP automatically detects the reception of any invalid packet on the programmed port as a potential
system compromise attempt. Each compromise attempt sends a notification to the receiver, and logs a
Compromise Attempt event in the Events Tab.
The event is sent with the following details:

Account Code as defined in the Account settings on the Ademco 685 tab of the Preferences Menu

Event Code 0x163

Group Code as defined in the Details settings on the Ademco 685 tab of the Preferences Menu

Point Code as defined in the Details settings on the Ademco 685 tab of the Preferences Menu
Refer to the section Ademco 685 in the ArmorIP Internet Monitoring Application User's Manual
(227-5500-000).
For UL and ULC installations the Central Station Receiving software must have the Contact ID details as
specified, programmed for the Compromise Attempt event.
The telephone lightning surge protector manufactured by L-com Inc (Model HGLN-D1-DT) shall be
connected inline to the telephone dialer T1i and R1i of the PRT-CTRL-SE. Refer to the wiring diagram (see
page 9) of the PRT-CTRL-SE Installation Manual (227-4045-001).
When installed with the power supply manufactured by Marcus, Model M4758CT:

The Digital Security Controls (DSC) Model ULC-LA power indicator light assembly (Installation
Instruction No. 29001877 R0) must be installed within a conduit knockout of either the ICT Model
CAB-LARGE-UL or Bosch Model D8108A enclosure in order to provide green AC power on indication.

The Littelfuse Part No. 150322 fuseholder and Littelfuse Part No. 0312005 5A, 3AG fast-acting fuse
must be installed in-line to the Models PRT-CTRL-SE, PRT-ZX16-PCB, and PRT-RDI2-PCB.
UL294



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

The Models PRT-CTRL-SE and PRT-RDI2-PCB are intended to be mounted within the Model
CAB-LARGE-UL enclosure, installed inside the protected premise, and are UL 294 Listed for Attack Class I
applications only
Exit devices and wiring must be installed within the protected area.
System must be installed with at least one PRX-NPROX reader. For UL 294 Listed installations, the
PRX-NPROX, HID Model ProxPoint (6005BGB00) and iClass R40 (6120CKN0000) readers may be used.
For the Models PRT-CTRL-SE and PRT-RDI2-PCB, all RS485 and reader terminal connections must be
made using shielded, grounded cable.
The Model PRX-NPROX must be connected with shielded, grounded cable.
Fail secure locking mechanism shall only be installed where allowed by the local authority having jurisdiction
(AHJ) and shall not impair the operation of panic hardware and emergency egress.
If fire resistance is required for door assembly, portal locking device(s) must be evaluated to ULC-S533 and
CAN/ULC-S104.
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Must be installed with UL 1034 Listed electronic locks for UL installations.
When installed with the power supply manufactured by Marcus, Model M4758CT for UL 294 installations,
the Digital Security Controls (DSC) Model ULC-LA power indicator light assembly (Installation Instruction No.
29001877 R0) must be installed within a conduit knockout of the Model CAB-LARGE-UL enclosure in order
to provide green AC power on indication.
When installed with the power supply manufactured by Marcus, Model M4758CT:

The Digital Security Controls (DSC) Model ULC-LA power indicator light assembly (Installation
Instruction No. 29001877 R0) must be installed within a conduit knockout of either the ICT Model
CAB-LARGE-UL or Bosch Model D8108A enclosure in order to provide green AC power on indication.

The Littelfuse Part No. 150322 fuseholder and Littelfuse Part No. 0312005 5A, 3AG fast-acting fuse
must be installed in-line to the Models PRT-CTRL-SE, PRT-ZX16-PCB, and PRT-RDI2-PCB.
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15 FCC Compliance Statements
FCC PART 15, WARNINGS: INFORMATION TO USER
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 deter-mined 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:




Re-orient 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.
Changes or modifications not authorized by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's
authority to operate this product.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:


This device may not cause harmful interference.
This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC Rules and the requirements adopted by the ACTA. Inside the
cover of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, a product identifier in the format US:
AAAEQ##TXXXX. If requested, this number must be provided to the telephone company.
FCC REGISTRATION NUMBER:
US:48DAL00BPRTCTRL
RINGER EQUIVALENCE NUMBER:
0.0
USOC Jack:
RJ-31X
Telephone Connection Requirements
A plug and jack used to connect this equipment to the premises wiring and telephone network must comply
with the applicable FCC Part 68 rules and requirements adopted by the ACTA. A compliant telephone cord
modular plug is provided with this product. It is designed to be connected to a compatible modular jack that is
also compliant. See this document for details.
Ringer Equivalence Number (REN)
The REN is used to determine the number of devices that may be connected to a telephone line. Excessive
RENs on a telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an incoming call. In most but not
all areas, the sum of RENs should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices that may be
connected to a line, as determined by the total RENs, contact the local telephone company. For products
approved after July 23, 2001, the REN for this product is part of the product identifier that has the format US:
AAAEQ##TXXXX. The digits represented by ## are the REN without a decimal point (e.g., 03 is a REN of 0.3).
For earlier products, the REN is separately shown on the label.
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Incidence of Harm
If this equipment PRT-CTRL-SE Integrated System Controller causes harm to the telephone network, the
telephone company will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be required. But if
advance notice isn't practical, the telephone company will notify the customer as soon as possible. Also, you
will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.
Changes in Telephone Company Equipment or Facilities
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations or procedures that could
affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens the telephone company will provide advance notice in
order for you to make necessary modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
Equipment Maintenance Facility
If trouble is experienced with this equipment PRT-CTRL-SE Integrated System Controller, for repair or warranty
information, please contact Integrated Control Technology c/o 150 W 9th Ave, Denver, CO 80204. If the
equipment is causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may request that you disconnect
the equipment until the problem is resolved. This equipment is of a type that is not intended to be repaired by
the end user.
Additional Information
Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs. Contact the state public utility commission, public
service commission or corporation commission for information. Alarm dialing equipment must be able to seize
the telephone line and place a call in an emergency situation. It must be able to do this even if other equipment
(telephone, answering system, computer modem, etc.) already has the telephone line in use. To do so, alarm
dialing equipment must be connected to a properly installed RJ-31X jack that is electrically in series with and
ahead of all other equipment attached to the same telephone line. Proper installation is depicted in the figure
below. If you have any questions concerning these instructions, you should consult your telephone company or
a qualified installer about installing the RJ-31X jack and alarm dialing equipment for you.
Customer Premises Equipment and Wiring
Network
Service
Provider's
Facilities
Computer
RJ-31X
Jack
Alarm Dialing
Equipment
Unused
RJ-11 Jack
Telephone
Line
Telephone
Network
Demarcation
Point
Fax Machine
Telephone
Answering
System
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Unused
RJ-11 Jack
Telephone
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16 Industry Canada Statement
This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
This product meets the applicable Industry Canada technical specifications. The Ringer Equivalence Number
(REN) for this terminal equipment is 0.0. The Ringer Equivalence Number is an indication of the maximum
number of devices allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may
consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the RENs of all the
devices does not exceed five.
L'indice d'équivalence de la sonnerie (IES) du présent matériel est de 0.0. Le présent materiel est conforme aux
spécifications techniques applicables d’Industrie Canada. L’indice d’équivalence de la sonnerie (IES) sert à
indiquer le nombre maximal de terminaux qui peuvent être raccordés à une interface téléphonique. La
terminaison d’une interface peut consister en une combinaison quelconque de dispositifs, à la seule condition
que la somme d’indices d’équivalence de la sonnerie de tous les dispositifs n’excède pas 5.
PRT-CTRL-SE REGISTRATION NUMBER
IC: 10012A-PRTCTRL
PRT-CTRL-SE NUMÉRO D'ENREGISTREMENT
IC: 10012A-PRTCTRL
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17 Ordering Information
Please use the following product codes when placing an order for the Protege SE Integrated System Controller.

PRT-CTRL-SE
Manuals and additional literature are available on the ICT Website (http://www.incontrol.co.nz) under the
Support section.
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18 Warranty
Integrated Control Technology (ICT) warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship
under normal use for a period of one year. Except as specifically stated herein, all express or implied warranties
whatsoever, statutory or otherwise, including without limitation, any implied warranty of merchantability and
fitness for a particular purpose, are expressly excluded. ICT does not install or connect the products and
because the products may be used in conjunction with products not manufactured by ICT, ICT cannot
guarantee the performance of the security system. ICT's obligation and liability under this warranty is expressly
limited to repairing or replacing, at ICT's option, any product not meeting the specifications. In no event shall ICT
be liable to the buyer or any other person for any loss or damages whether direct or indirect or consequential or
incidental, including without limitation, any damages for lost profits, stolen goods, or claims by any other party
caused by defective goods or otherwise arising from the improper, incorrect or otherwise faulty installation or
use of the merchandise sold.
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19 Contact
Integrated Control Technology welcomes all feedback.
Please visit our website (http://www.incontrol.co.nz) or use the contact information below.
Integrated Control Technology
P.O. Box 302-340
North Harbour Post Centre
Auckland
New Zealand
11 Canaveral Drive
Albany
North Shore City 0632
Auckland
New Zealand
Phone:
+64-9-476-7124
Fax:
+64-9-476-7128
Email:
sales@incontrol.co.nz or support@incontrol.co.nz
Web:
www.incontrol.co.nz
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