TELETEK - CA 864programmēšanas instrukcija (EN)

TELETEK - CA 864programmēšanas instrukcija (EN)
CA864
PROGRAMMING MANUAL
Version 3.4
WARNING
This manual contains information on limitations regarding product use and function and information on the
limitations as to liability of the manufacturer. The entire manual should be carefully read.
August 2004
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................. 5
OTHER GUIDES ............................................................................................................................. 5
PROGRAMMING THE CA864 ALARM SYSTEM ............................................................................... 6
RESTORING FACTORY SETTINGS ................................................................................................ 7
SETTING THE SYSTEM TO PROGRAMMING MODE ...................................................................... 7
STEPS FOR PROGRAMMING SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS .......................................................... 7
LEAVING PROGRAMMING MODE ................................................................................................... 8
Physical and Logical Level of the System ......................................................................................... 8
Procedure PnP for Identification of New Hardware ............................................................................ 8
Replacement of a Defective Module ................................................................................................. 9
Removal of a Module from the Network ............................................................................................ 9
Temporary Disabling of a Module in the Network ............................................................................... 9
0. Maintenance .............................................................................................................................. 13
0.0. Display Log ............................................................................................................................. 13
0.0.0. All Areas .............................................................................................................................. 13
0.0.1. Select area ......................................................................................................................... 13
0.1. Show Open Zones .................................................................................................................. 15
0.1.0. All areas .............................................................................................................................. 15
0.1.1. Select area .......................................................................................................................... 15
0.2. Zone Walk Test ...................................................................................................................... 15
0.3. PGM Test ................................................................................................................................ 15
0.4. Printer Test ............................................................................................................................. 16
0.5. Dialler Test .............................................................................................................................. 16
0.5.1. Phone 1 test ........................................................................................................................ 16
0.5.2. Phone 2 test ........................................................................................................................ 16
0.5.3. Phone 3 test ........................................................................................................................ 16
0.5.4. Phone 4 test ........................................................................................................................ 16
0.6. System troubles ...................................................................................................................... 17
0.6.0. AC-trbl delay ........................................................................................................................ 17
0.6.1. Show troubles ...................................................................................................................... 17
0.7. LCD settings .......................................................................................................................... 17
0.7.0. Contrast .............................................................................................................................. 17
0.7.1. Backlight .............................................................................................................................. 17
0.8. Reset menu ............................................................................................................................ 18
0.8.0. Time slots reset ................................................................................................................... 18
0.8.1. Users reset .......................................................................................................................... 18
0.8.2. Zones reset .......................................................................................................................... 18
0.8.3. PGM reset ........................................................................................................................... 18
0.8.4. Areas reset .......................................................................................................................... 18
0.8.5. Device reset ........................................................................................................................ 18
0.8.5.0. Device inputs reset ........................................................................................................... 18
0.8.5.1. Device output reset ........................................................................................................... 18
1. Timeslots .................................................................................................................................. 19
1.0. Define timeslots ...................................................................................................................... 19
1.0.x.x.0. Start/Stop Time ............................................................................................................... 19
1.0.x.x.1. Week days ..................................................................................................................... 19
1.0.x.x.2. Holiday slot ..................................................................................................................... 19
1.1. Define XTimeslots ................................................................................................................... 19
1.2. Define Holidays ....................................................................................................................... 20
1.3. Define XHolidays ..................................................................................................................... 20
1.4. Define XXHolidays .................................................................................................................. 20
2. Users ........................................................................................................................................ 21
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2.0. User codes ............................................................................................................................. 21
2.0.x.x.0. Rename code ................................................................................................................. 21
2.0.x.x.1. User rights ...................................................................................................................... 21
2.0.x.x.1.0. Upon areas 1-8 ............................................................................................................ 21
2.0.x.x.1.1. Upon areas 9-16 .......................................................................................................... 22
2.0.x.x.2. User attributes ................................................................................................................ 22
2.0.x.x.3. User timeslots................................................................................................................. 22
2.0.x.x.4. User Proxi Card .............................................................................................................. 23
2.0.x.x.4.0. Add Card ..................................................................................................................... 23
2.0.x.x.4.1. Arm/Disarm Rights ...................................................................................................... 23
2.0.x.x.4.2. Entry Rights ................................................................................................................. 23
2.0.x.x.4.2.0. Areas: 12345678 ....................................................................................................... 23
2.0.x.x.4.2.1. Areas 9-16 ................................................................................................................ 24
2.0.x.x.4.3. Remove Card .............................................................................................................. 24
2.1. Code length ............................................................................................................................ 24
2.2. Engineer code......................................................................................................................... 24
3. Zones ........................................................................................................................................ 25
3.0. Zones definition ....................................................................................................................... 25
3.0.x.x.0. Rename zone ................................................................................................................. 25
3.0.x.x.1. Zone type ........................................................................................................................ 25
3.0.x.x.2. Attach to area ................................................................................................................. 27
3.0.x.x.2.0. Areas 1-8 ..................................................................................................................... 27
3.0.x.x.2.1. Areas 9-16 ................................................................................................................... 27
3.0.x.x.3. Zone parameters............................................................................................................. 27
3.0.x.x.4. Zone timeslot .................................................................................................................. 28
3.0.x.x.5. Entry/Stay delay .............................................................................................................. 28
3.1. Auto shutdown ........................................................................................................................ 29
3.2. Double knock .......................................................................................................................... 29
3.3. Zones hardware ...................................................................................................................... 29
4. Outputs ..................................................................................................................................... 30
4.0. PGM definition ......................................................................................................................... 30
4.0.x.x.0. Activation by.................................................................................................................... 30
4.0.x.x.1. Deactivation by ............................................................................................................... 30
4.0.x.x.1.0. Event ........................................................................................................................... 30
4.0.x.x.1.1. Time period .................................................................................................................. 30
4.0.x.x.2. Normal state ................................................................................................................... 33
4.1. Function definition ................................................................................................................... 33
4.1.x.x.0. Switch A ......................................................................................................................... 34
4.1.x.x.1. Switch B ......................................................................................................................... 34
4.1.x.x.2. Switch C ......................................................................................................................... 34
4.1.x.x.3. Switch D ......................................................................................................................... 34
5. Split system............................................................................................................................... 35
5.0. Define areas ........................................................................................................................... 35
5.0.x.x.0. Rename area .................................................................................................................. 35
5.0.x.x.1. Options ........................................................................................................................... 35
5.0.x.x.2. Panic options .................................................................................................................. 36
5.0.x.x.3. Bell options ..................................................................................................................... 37
5.0.x.x.4. Bell cut-off time ............................................................................................................... 38
5.0.x.x.5. Assign timeslot ............................................................................................................... 38
5.0.x.x.6. Exit time ......................................................................................................................... 38
5.0.x.x.7. Disarm options ............................................................................................................... 38
5.1. Area assign............................................................................................................................. 38
5.1.d.d.0 Assign to areas 1-8 ......................................................................................................... 39
5.1.d.d.1. Assign to areas 9-16 ....................................................................................................... 39
6. Dialer......................................................................................................................................... 40
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6.0. Telephone numbers ................................................................................................................ 40
6.0.1. Central station 1 ................................................................................................................... 40
6.0.2. Central station 2 ................................................................................................................... 40
6.0.3. Central station 3 ................................................................................................................... 40
6.0.4. Central station 4 ................................................................................................................... 40
6.1. Account number ..................................................................................................................... 40
6.1.x.x. Account number area xx .................................................................................................... 41
6.2. Wait dial tone .......................................................................................................................... 41
6.3. Report options ........................................................................................................................ 41
6.3.0. Areas report options ............................................................................................................. 42
6.3.0.x.x.0. Arm/disarm report ........................................................................................................ 42
6.3.0.x.x.1. Alarm/restore report ..................................................................................................... 42
6.3.0.x.x.2. Tamper/restore report .................................................................................................. 42
6.3.1. System report code .............................................................................................................. 42
6.3.1.0. Trouble/restore report ........................................................................................................ 43
6.3.1.1. Special report .................................................................................................................... 43
6.3.1.2. Medical report ................................................................................................................... 43
6.3.1.3. Fire report ......................................................................................................................... 43
6.4. Test call time .......................................................................................................................... 43
6.5. Line monitor ............................................................................................................................ 43
6.5.0. Telephone line monitoring ..................................................................................................... 44
6.5.1. Telephone line monitor trouble delay ..................................................................................... 44
6.6. Up/Down load ......................................................................................................................... 44
6.6.0. PC phone number ................................................................................................................ 44
6.6.1. PC ID number ...................................................................................................................... 44
6.6.2. Panel ID number .................................................................................................................. 44
6.6.3. Number of rings ................................................................................................................... 44
6.6.4. Call Back ............................................................................................................................. 44
6.6.5. Answer machine .................................................................................................................. 45
7. Peripherals ................................................................................................................................ 46
7.0. Printer .................................................................................................................................... 46
7.1. Memory card .......................................................................................................................... 47
7.1.0. Upload to card ...................................................................................................................... 47
7.1.1. Download from card ............................................................................................................. 47
8. System edit ............................................................................................................................... 48
8.0. Device config .......................................................................................................................... 48
8.0.x.x.0. Inputs config ................................................................................................................... 48
8.0.x.x.1. Outputs config ................................................................................................................ 48
8.0.x.x.2. Assign trouble ................................................................................................................. 49
8.0.x.x.3. Disable ........................................................................................................................... 49
8.0.x.x.4. Enable ............................................................................................................................ 49
8.0.x.x.5. Remove .......................................................................................................................... 49
8.0.x.x.6. Replace device ............................................................................................................... 49
8.1. Add hardware ......................................................................................................................... 49
8.2. Info ......................................................................................................................................... 49
9. Engineer out .............................................................................................................................. 49
Supplement A: Time Slot Adjustment ............................................................................................. 50
Supplement B: User Programmable Menu Chart ............................................................................ 52
Supplement C :Trobleshooting ....................................................................................................... 53
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INTRODUCTION
This Programming Manual presents all possible programming configurations for the CA864 Alarm System. The integrated menu structure can be used to utilise all system parameters. The Manual includes
a chart of the structure of menus enabling to detect and access system configurations.
The programming scheme allows for quick scan of all menus for programming the CA864 Alarm System configurations.
There are two options for reaching a specific programming menu.
1. Use the down arrow, up arrow, ENT and CLR keys to browse the menus. These keys are shown on
the scheme.
The symbols representing the keys are as follows:
A left arrow for back moves within the menu structure
A right arrow for forward moves within the menu structure
ENT
The ENT key for confirmation of any corrections / a transition to the following level of
menu structure
CLR
The CLR key for rejection of any corrections / a transition to prior level menu structure
2. Use the short menu code. Here you only introduce the figure shown on the scheme in the respective
menu and the system is immediately positioned in the desired menu. This method is quicker than the
previous one because it only needs several clicks on the key. It also prevents from mistakes.
The quick menu access code is not displayed on the keyboard. It is on the scheme.
A detailed description of the menus can be found in the MENU section. There they are listed by quick
access code.
The system menus are described in the Manual as follows:
Menu name
Menu number
Keypad display
Menu description
0.8.5.1. Device output reset
1)Devices Outputs
reset?
Pressing ENT resets factory device output configurations.
OTHER GUIDES
1. CA864 Alarm System Installation Guide – provides information on system installing.
2. CA864 Alarm System User Guide – provides information on user system handling.
3. CA864 Alarm System Up/DownLoad Programming Guide – provides information about remote programming of CA864 Up/DownLoad Alarm System.
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PROGRAMMING THE CA864 ALARM SYSTEM
1. Read this manual in advance to learn about all system options and programming steps.
2. All necessary changes to system configurations have to be set prior to programming, in order to
comply with the specifications of your security system.
3. Alterations to system configurations can be done at any time.
4. Fig. 1 shows LCD keys.
Both, figures and letters can be keyed in. The letter and
respective figure association is shown in Fig. 1.
Any figure or letter can be introduced depending on the
number of clicks on the button. The PRG key changes
capital to small case and vice-verse. Special symbols
like space or coma can be introduced via 1 and 0 keys.
The correspondence between the number of key clicks
and the symbol to be displayed is shown in Table 1.
The arrows will shift the cursor within the edited section.
Pressing ENT confirms any changes. Pressing CLR rejects the changes.
Fig. 1 LCD keypad
Table 1 Correspondence between number of key clicks and symbol
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RESTORING FACTORY SETTINGS
Use the RESET jumper on the motherboard. Proceed as follows:
- Power down the system – both battery and mains;
- Place the RESET jumper on the main panel;
- Power up the system and remove the RESET jumper. System factory configurations have now been
restored. The Engineer Code is 1111.
Partial restoration of system factory configurations is possible. The procedure has been described in
detail in Item 0.8.
SETTING THE SYSTEM TO PROGRAMMING MODE
It is recommended to RESET in order to restore factory settings before attempting to programme the
new system.
To set the system to programming mode:
1. There must be no system-armed areas, as these will remain inaccessible for programming. To obtain
complete access to system configurations lift all protection from all areas. This does not apply to systems to be programmed for the first time after RESET.
2. There must be no areas in alarm mode. Such areas will remain inaccessible for programming until
the alarm mode is suspended.
3. Enter sysadmin access code. Default sysadmin access code is 0000.
4. Press PRG to enter programming mode.
5. Press buttons “4” and “0” one after the other in order to enter Menu “Unlock Engineer Code”. Use the
arrows to position on “Single” (single access authorization) or “Always” (permanently authorized access).
6. Press 1 to allow engineer access to programming mode.
7. Press CLR until the TeleTek CA864 system message is displayed.
8. Enter Engineer Code. The default Engineer Code is 7777.
9. You have now accessed programming mode.
Note: After the exit from the programming mode with “Single” access authorization of the engineer, the system will block the engineer’s code. The procedure described in items 3 through 9
is to be performed in order to switch the system to programming mode.
STEPS FOR PROGRAMMING SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
In order to reduce the mistake and omission risk, it is advisable, after entering programming mode, to
follow the order of programming described below:
1. Install system-integrated modules – keyboard, zone expanders, programmable output expanders,
etc. Enter device input and output figures observing the requirements of your own security system. The
procedure has been described in Item 8.
2. Programme the areas within the system. The procedure has been described in Item 5.
3. Programme a code for each area or one code accessing all areas. The procedure is described in
Item 2.
4. Programme zones according to requirements – name the zones, programme the type and attributes
for the zones, determine system area attachment. The procedure is described in Item 3.
5. Programme outputs. The procedure is described in Item 4.
6. Programme system times (entry/exit, bell, date, time, etc.). Do not programme a Timeslot.
7. Programme other configurations.
8. Test the performance of the zones. The procedure is described in Item 0.
9. Leave programming mode and test the performance of the system according to requirements.
10. Go back to programming mode and adjust dialler. The procedure is described in Item 6.
11. Programme timeslots and test them carefully. The procedure is described in Item 1.
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LEAVING PROGRAMMING MODE
To leave programming mode key in CLR until the display shows 9) Engineer out good-bye?, and then
confirm by pressing the ENT key.
The system must be checked for open zones before leaving programming mode. This is necessary
because any 24-hour open zone would sound the alarm upon leaving programming mode. If the system siren is triggered, introduce a valid user code and then press the DISARM key to halt it.
To avoid this, go through the list of zones in menu 010, which are open or have a tampered self-protection circuit. Restore all zones, which may trigger off the alarm.
Physical and Logical Level of the System
The CA864-based security system should be considered as an entity operating at both the physical
and logical levels.
The physical level includes all modules and their resources (inputs and outputs). The restrictions at this level relate to the number of modules that can be connected to the bus, i.e. up to 32. As to
the resources (inputs and outputs), there exist no restrictions at this level. This means that the modules
actually connected to the bus can provide inputs and outputs in a larger number than those maintained
at the logical level.
The logical level of the system includes zones and their types, their belonging to groups and
others, the programmable outputs together with their operational logic; user codes with all their settings,
established groups, etc. Generally, the logical level is the allocation of the resources available at the
physical level and the setting of the operation of the system as a security center.
Actually, zones and programmable outputs start operating only upon assignment of a logical number
and definition of the parameters of each one to be used. This is performed separately for each module
at the 8.0.x.x.0. Inputs config address for the inputs and 8.0.x.x.1. Outputs config for the outputs,
where x.x. denotes the shortcut address of the module. These addresses are inaccessible to modules
that have no resources at these addresses.
The restrictions for the zones are up to 64 logical numbers, while for programmable outputs they
are up to 48 logical numbers. Resources for modules that will not be used retain the logical number 00.
The modules engaged by the system can be activated in “double zoning” performance mode or
deactivated in that mode. The “double zoning” mode is universal for all devices and means that two
sensors can be connected to any input of a given device. Hence, 2*N sensors can be connected to a
module which has N number of inputs. Two menu inputs correspond to one physical input. These are
located at address 8.0.xx.0, where device inputs can be configured and therefore 2*N zones can be
attached to module inputs in programming mode.
Where the double zoning option has not been activated, only one sensor can be connected to
one input, thus attaching only one zone to this input, when in programming mode. Therefore, where one
module has N inputs in this mode, no more than N sensors can be connected to it.
Only one zone can be connected to one input, irrespective of whether the double zoning mode is active
or not.
Figure 2 in Item 4.3 – Zone Hardware – describes how to connect sensors.
Module inputs will be processed only after they are assigned a number for the zone they are
connected to. This is done separately for each individual module at address 8.0.xx.0, Inputs config. XX
designates the number of the module from the list of devices included in the system. The parameters of
the respective zone also have to be assigned at address 4.1.
This address is inaccessible for modules without inputs.
Table 1. Correspondence between the physical inputs and the input numbers of the menu located at address
8.0.xx.0 for double zoning mode.
Physical input number
1
2
.....
N
Input number from the menu for Zone 1
1
2
.....
N
Input number from the menu for Zone 2 N+1 N+2 ..... 2*N
Elaboration on Table 1. The columns indicate which inputs of the menu, rows 2 & 3, correspond to a
given physical input in row 1. In Figure 2, input numbers for Zone 1 are in row 2. Input numbers for Zone
1 in Figure 2 are in row 3. For example – 1 and N+1 inputs from the menu at address 8.0.xx.0 correspond to first physical input. Input number 1 corresponds to Zone 1 and input number N+1 corresponds
to Zone 2.
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Table 2. Correspondence between the physical inputs and the numbers of the inputs in the menu located at address
8.0.xx.0 for deactivated double zoning mode.
Physical input number
1
2
.....
N
2
.....
N
Input number from the menu 1
Module inputs are processed only after they are assigned the number of the zone to which they are
connected. This is done for every module separately at address 8.0.xx.0. Input config. XX designates the
number of the module within the list of devices, which have been included in the system. The parameters of the respective zone also need to be assigned, at address 5.1.
This address is inaccessible for modules with no outputs.
Any arbitrary number of physical outputs can be connected to one PGM. These outputs can belong to
different system devices.
Procedure PnP for Identification of New Hardware
Each module of the set of the CA864 system has a unique number recorded in the manufacturing
process. It is with this number that the device will take part in the exchange on the bus. The number
consists of the serial number of the device plus a two-digit code corresponding to the module type.
The PnP procedure is used for switching on new modules connected to the bus in the logical structure
of the system. There exist two options for starting PnP:
- automatically upon power supply with Reset jumper installed. This option is used in the initial setting of
the network configuration. All modules need to have been connected in advance to the System Bus.
- manually from the 8.1. Add hardware address in the mode of programming by the engineer. This
option is used when the network is expanded with new modules or a defective module is replaced. The
new module needs to have been connected in advance to the System Bus.
When the PnP procedure is started, the main module of the system sends a command to identify new
devices to the modules on the bus. The procedure takes 20 seconds and ends up with the compilation
of a list of devices on the bus. This list can be seen at the 8.0 address in the mode of programming by
the engineer.
When a specific module is selected, the screen will display its unique number and the number of the
module on the list of devices on the bus (hereinafter referred to as “the shortcut address of the module”).
In the further programming at the logical level of the system, module resources will be identified with
regard to the module on the basis of its shortcut address.
Replacement of a Defective Module
Modules need to be replaced in the system when a defect occurs. The in-built replacement procedure
can be used to avoid re-programming for the new module. Devices of the same type can be replaced.
As a result of this procedure, the whole programming of the defective device is transferred onto the new
one.
The sequence of operations is as follows:
1. Disable the defective module in the network temporarily. The command to disable it is given at the
8.0.x.x.3. Disable address, where x.x. is the shortcut address of the defective module.
2. Dismantle the defective module.
3. Install the new module at the same place.
4. Run the PnP procedure from the 8.1 Add hardware address.
5. After the procedure is over, the new module should have been added at the end of the list of modules.
6. A replacement command is given for the new module from the 8.0.x.x.6 Replace address, where x.x.
is the shortcut address of the new module. Here you have to enter the shortcut address of the defective
module.
Removal of a Module from the Network
If a module is to be removed from the system, the following sequence is applied:
1. Remove the module from the list of modules and the network, sending the command from the 8.0.x.x.5.
Remove address, where x.x. is the shortcut address of the module.
Temporary Disabling of a Module in the Network
The following sequence of operations is applied if a module is to be disabled temporarily in the network:
1. Disable the module temporarily in the network by sending a disabling command from the 8.0.x.x.3.
Disable address, where x.x. is the shortcut address of the module.
2. If necessary, the module can be enabled again and integrated into the normal operation of the system
with a command from the 8.0.x.x.4 Enable address, where x.x. is the shortcut address of the module.
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ENT
0) Maintenance
ENT
0) Display Log
0) All Areas
ENT
1) Show Open Z-s
0) All Areas
1) Select Area
1) Select Area
2) Zone Walk Test
3) PGM Test
4) Printer Test
ENT
5) Dialer Test
1) Phone 1 Test
ENT
6) System Troubles
0) AC-trbl delay
2) Phone 2 Test
1) Show Troubles
3) Phone 3 Test
ENT
7) LCD Settings
0) Contrast
1) Backlight
4) Phone 4 Test
2) Private Display
3) Edit Logo
ENT
8) Reset Menu
0) Time Slots
1) Users
2) Zones
3) PGMs
4) Areas
5) Proximity Cards
ENT
6) Devices
0) Device Inputs
1) Device Outputs
ENT
1) Time Slots
ENT
0) Def. Timeslots
ENT
TimeSlot N 01 .. 20
ENT
1) Def. XTimeslots
XTimeSlot N 21 .. 25
ENT
2) Def. Holidays
Holiday N 01 .. 30
3) Def. XHolidays
ENT
XHoliday N 31 .. 40
dd:mm dd:mm
2) Holyday slot
Four Holidays:
ENT
XXHoliday N 40 .. 45
Four XHolidays:
ENT
ENT
0) User Codes
1) Week Days
ENT
ENT
4) Def. XXHolidays
Five TimeSlots:
ENT
ENT
2) Users
0) Start/Stop Time
ENT
C.01 - Code Name
0) Rename Code
ENT
...
C.96 - Code Name
1) User Rights
0) Areas: 12345678
2) User Attributes
1) Areas 9-16
3) User Timeslot
ENT
4) User Proxi Card
0) Add Card
1) Code Length
1) Arm/D Rights
2) ChangeEng.Code
2) Entry Rights
3) Remove Card
To Zones
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ENT
3) Zones
ENT
0) Definition
ENT
0) Rename Zone
01 Zone Name
...
1) Zone Type
ENT
2) Attach to Area
0) Areas 12345678
1) Auto Shutdown
3) Zone parameters
1) Areas 9-16
2) Double Knock
4) Zone Timeslot
3) Zones Hardware
5) Entry/Stay Delay
64 Zone Name
Zone Type:
Instant
Entry delay
Follow
24h Burglary
Delayed 24h Fire
Standart 24h Fire
Stay delay
Key-switch
Power monitor
Panic
Tamper
Medical
24h non burglary
ENT
4) Outputs
ENT
0) PGM Definition
Zone Parameters:
Key Parameters:
ArmOnly/ArmDis
Stay Arming
Force Arming
Instant Arming
ENT
01
0) Activation by
ENT
...
1) Deactivation by
48
0) Event
2) Normal State
ENT
ENT
1) Function Def.
Auto Shutdown
Bypass Enabled
Stay Zone
Force Zone
Double Knock
Chime
Steady Alarm
Pulsed Alarm
Silent Alarm
Report Only
1) Time period
ENT
0) Switch A (_/_)
F( ). N: 01
PGM 00 . . 48:
ENT
...
1) Switch B (_/_)
PGM 00 . . 48:
ENT
2) Switch C (_/_)
F( ). N: 16
PGM 00 . . 48:
ENT
3) Switch D (_/_)
Function Description
A
B
C
D
PGM 00 . . 48:
Activation and Deactivation Events:
Fixed time N
Sys Trbl. N
SysStatus N
Silnt Alrm A
AudblAlrm A
Fire Alrm A
FireDelay A
Tamper A
Disarming A
Bypass in A
Auto Arm A
Panic A
Arming A
Ready A
User code N
ArmingCode N
DisarmCode N
OK Zone N
A- Area N-Code or Function number
ENT
5) Split System
ENT
0) Define Areas
Open Zone N
BypassZone N
Fault Zone N
Alarm from Z
Rest.Zone N
Access KBD
Function N
Siren for A
FireReset A
Z-Zone
KBD-Keypad
ENT
0) Rename
01 Area Name
...
1) Options
2) Panic Options
16 Area Name
3) Bell Options
ENT
1) Area assign
ENT
Device 01 . . 32
0) Assign to A 1-8
4) Bell Cut-off time
1) Assign to A 9-16
5) Assign Timeslot
6) Exit Time
7) Disarm Options
To Dialer Menu
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ENT
6) Dialer
ENT
0) Tel. Numbers
1) Ctrl. Station 1
Telephone number
symbols:
2) Ctrl. Station 2
0..9-phone digits
P-puls dialing
T-tone dialing
D-delay 4 seconds
W-wait dial tone
ENT
1) Account Number
01 Area
...
3) Ctrl. Station 3
4) Ctrl. Station 4
16 Area
2) Wait Dial Tone
ENT
3) Report Options
ENT
0) Areas rep. opt.
ENT
01 Area rep. codes
...
16 Area rep. codes
0) Arm/disarm
1) Alarm/Restore
2) Tamper/Restore
ENT
1) System rep. code
0) Trouble/Restore
4) Test Call Time
1) Special Report
2) Medical Report
ENT
5) Line Monitor
0) TL Monitoring
3) Fire Report
1) TLM Trbl Delay
ENT
6) Up/down load
0) PC phone N:
1) PC ID number
2) Panel ID number
3) Number of rings
4) Call Back
5) Answer machine
ENT
7) Peripherals
0) Printer
Commands for printer control
no printing
User Codes
UpDownLoad
test printer
Timeslots
LogFile
Devices
PGM
online printing
Zones
Functions
Areas
System
ENT
1) Memory Card
0) Upload to Card
1) Downl. from Card
ENT
8) System edit
ENT
0) Device config
ENT
01 device
...
32 device
0) Inputs config
1) Outputs config
2) Assign Trouble
1) Add hardware
3) Disable
2) Info
4) Enable
5) Remove
6) Replace device
9) Engineer out
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0)Maintenance
0)Display Log
0. Maintenance
This menu allows for system testing and diagnostics. It includes the following submenus:
0)Display Log
0)All Areas
0.0. Display Log
The system keeps a 1,000 event log. The type of printout must be selected at menu entry – for all
areas (complete list) or for a specific area. After the type of printout is selected the display shows
the latest event. The arrows help move around the file. The latest event bears the number 999 and
will be deleted from the memory upon occurrence of a new event.
XXX D/U/Z short text
A.XX dd/mm hh:mm
0.0.0. All Areas
Events from all areas are displayed in chronological order. The display hows the following
data:
- R - indicates type of event – alarm or restore
- XXX - the successive memory number of the event
- D/U/Z - specifies device, user or area event number
- short text - short description of event (see Table 2)
- XX - area number of event occurrence
Pressing the PRG key will display the entire text of the event message. The display shows:
- ..entire text of event - the complete text of event (see Table 2)
..entire text of event
- XX - system area number
A.XX name of U/Z
- name of U/Z - user name / event zone
1)Select Area
A. XX - ..name..
0.0.1. Select area
Selecting this printout type requires the respective area number to be specified. This can
be done either by moving the arrows through the list with the areas or directly entering the
area number.
Table 2 Text and Meaning of Log Messages
Text
Short
Meaning
Long
Medical
Medical alarm
Medical type ZZ zone has been activated or a Medical signal
has been triggered from keyboard/DD device.
Fire type ZZ zone has been activated or a Fire signal has
been triggered from keyboard/DD device.
Fire
Fire alarm
Panic
Panic alarm
Duress
Alarm
Alarm
Duress
Burglary alarm
24 hour alarm
Panic type ZZ zone has been activated or a Panic signal has
been triggered from keyboard/DD device.
A UU code has been entered under duress.
Entry Delay, Follow or Instant type ZZ zone has been activated.
24h Burglary type ZZ zone has been activated.
Tamper
ExpFail
Tamper
Exp. module fail
Tamper type ZZ zone has been activated
Connection with DD module has failed along the rim
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Table 2 Text and Meaning of Log Messages - cont.
Text
Short
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Meaning
Long
SenrTmp
Sensor tamper
A ZZ zone sensor has been self-armed.
Exp.Tmp
Exp. module tmp.
DD module has been self-armed.
24h nB
SystTrb
24h non-burglary
System trouble
24h Non-burglary ZZ zone has been activated.
PGM or AUX fuse of main module has failed.
AC loss
Battlow
AC loss
Low system Batt.
220V mains power loss.
Low system battery voltage.
SystRst
System reset
System hardware has been reset.
BattFlt
Batt test failed
No battery or blown system battery fuse.
Printer
PRN paper out
No paper in printer.
Printer
RAM bad
Local PRN failed
RAM checksum bad
Connection to printer terminated along rim.
Mistake in computed checksum in main module RAM.
C-tion
Fail to commun.
User Open/Close
Communication failure in built-in communicator
UserO/C
AutoO/C
Auto. Open/Close
Automatic arming by time window. Marked by user
code 65.
Arm Q
Quick Arming
Arming by keying in one key of the keyboard/DD device.
C-tion
CommunicationERR
Telephone line breakdown.
KeyOpen
Arming by Key-switch type ZZ zone.
CallB-k
Key switch Op/Cl
CallBack Request
U/D OK.
Succ.Down.Access
Successfully completed Up/DownLoad system programming.
Bypass
Zone Bypass
Successful bypassing ZZ zone.
TestMan
M-ual T-ger Test
Manual test report via in-built communicator.
TestRep
Per. Test report
Periodic test report via in-built communicator.
TimeRST
Time/Date reset
System date and time resetting.
Eng In
Prog. mode entry
Programming mode entry.
Eng Out
Prog. mode exit
Programming mode exit.
Cancel
System
Cancel
System shut down
Cancel day mode alarm.
System power failure.
A-Arm F
Auto-arm failed
System auto-arm failure.
gBypass
Group bypass
Zone partial arming within an area.
User arming via UU code.
Up/DownLoad system programming callback request has
been received.
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0.1. Show Open Zones
1)Show Open Z-s.
0)All Areas
This menu shows all open (activated) zones in the system. A list of the open zones and those
with tampered self-arming circuits for all or selected areas can also be displayed.
0.1.0. All areas
open Zs. in syst
XXSiDDII ..name..
The display shows all open zones in the system, listed by successive number. The information provided is as follows:
- XX gives the logical number of the zone within the system;
- S designates the zone status – “” for an open zone, T for a tampered self-arming circuit;
- DD shows the number of the device connected to the zone;
- II gives the number of the physical input of the device.
0.1.1. Select area
1)Select Area
A. XX - ..name..
The number of the area has to be specified in order to set up a list of the open zones in a
specific area. This can be done either by moving through the area list with the help of the
arrows or by introducing the area number.
To leave the menu press CLR.
0.2. Zone Walk Test
2)Zone Walk test
XXSiDDII ..name..
The system integrity of a specific zone can be tested in this menu. The zone has to be selected.
This can be done either by moving the arrows through the list with the system zones or by introducing the zone number.
If the selected zone is opened (activated) or self-protected circuit tampered, the keypad sends
out a regular sound signal. The information sent out is:
- XX gives the logical number of the system zone
- S designates the zone status – “c” for a closed zone, “o” for an open zone, “T” for a tampered
self-arming circuit
- DD shows the device number connected to the zone
- “II” shows the number of the physical input of the device.
Press CLR to leave the menu.
0.3. PGM Test
3)PGM Test
XX oDDII
The system integrity of programmable outputs (PGM) can be tested in this menu. A programmable output has to be selected. This can be done either by moving the arrows through the list
with programmable outputs within the system or by introducing the output number. The selection
can be confirmed by pressing ENT.
The output status can be altered by keying in 0 to inactivate the programmable output, and 1 to
activate the programmable output.
Press CLR to leave the menu.
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4)Printer Test
start?
0.4. Printer Test
Checks printer system integrity.
5)Dialer Test
1)Phone1 Test
0.5. Dialler Test
Checks system integrity of the inbuilt digital communicator. A test message can be sent to the
central station about each telephone number.
The telephone numbers need to have been introduced in advance. Sending a test message requires an area identification number to which distress calls from main panel are directed. If no
such have been introduced, 0000 will serve as identification number.
1)Phone1 Test
start?
0.5.1. Phone 1 test
After confirmation with the ENT key, the system sends a TEST event to central station at
telephone number 1.
2)Phone2 Test
start?
0.5.2. Phone 2 test
After confirmation with the ENT key, the system sends a TEST event to central station at
telephone number 2.
3)Phone3 Test
start?
0.5.3. Phone 3 test
After confirmation with the ENT key, the system sends a TEST event to central station at
telephone number 3.
4)Phone4 Test
start?
0.5.4. Phone 4 test
After confirmation with the ENT key, the system sends a TEST event to central station at
telephone number 4.
?able 3 Communicator Test Messages and Meaning
Message
16
Meaning
taking line
The line is taken
wait dial tone
Waits for dialling tone
dialing
Dials the telephone number
wait handshake
Waits for the handshake tone from the central station
transmit
Transmits message
wait kiss-off
Waiting for kiss-off confirmation of received message
test OK
test FAILED
Successfully transmitted test signal
Failed test signal transmission
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6)System TRBLs
0)AC-trbl delay
0.6. System troubles
This menu shows system problems and a delay is set to indicate an “AC loss” problem.
0)AC-trbl delay
0/1 OFF
0.6.0. AC-trbl delay
Delayed indication of AC loss is allowed or prohibited.
If delayed indication of AC loss is set, the signal to report this problem will be sent from the
keyboards of the system 30 minutes after the occurrence of the AC loss. All other failures
will be reported immediately.
By pressing button “1” you allow delayed indication of AC loss. This is seen on the screen
with the “ON*” sign.
By pressing button “0” you prohibit delayed indication of AC loss. This is seen on the screen
with the “OFF*” sign.
1)Show troubles
AC loss
0.6.1. Show troubles
This menu shows system trouble.
?able 4 System Trouble Messages and Meaning
Message
Meaning
AC loss
Loss of 220V mains supply.
AUX Power Failed
AUX power failed at main module.
Batt Loss
No battery or system battery failure.
Batt Low
Low system battery voltage.
Bus Error
Bus communication error with module.
PGM Power Failed
PGM power failed at main module.
Printer Problem
Tel 1 Failure.
No paper in printer.
Inbuilt communicator telephone 1 failure.
Tel 2 Failure.
Inbuilt communicator telephone 2 failure.
Tel 3 Failure.
Inbuilt communicator telephone 3 failure.
Tel 4 Failure.
TL Fault
Inbuilt communicator telephone 4 failure.
Telephone line fault
0.7. LCD settings
7)LCD settings
0)Contrast
The LCD – display settings can be adjusted in this menu – contrast of signs and brightness of
screen backlight.
0.7.0. Contrast
0)Contrast
<-. . . ->
The contrast of the display signs can be adjusted with the help of the arrows.
0.7.1. Backlight
1)Back light
<-. . .->
The brightness of screen backlight can be adjusted with the help of the arrows.
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8)Reset Menu
0)Time Slots
0.8. Reset menu
This menu allows for partial RESET of system configurations. This will result in restoring factory
default settings.
0)Time Slots
reset?
0.8.0. Time slots reset
Factory default Timeslot settings can be reset after confirmation by pressing ENT.
1)Users
reset?
0.8.1. Users reset
Factory default user codes can be reset after confirmation by pressing ENT.
2)Zones
reset?
0.8.2. Zones reset
Factory default zone settings can be reset after confirmation by pressing ENT.
3)PGMs
reset?
0.8.3. PGM reset
Factory default settings for programmable PGM outputs can be reset after confirmation by
pressing ENT.
4)Areas
reset?
0.8.4. Areas reset
Factory default area settings can be reset after confirmation by pressing ENT.
5)Devices
0)Devices Inputs
0.8.5. Device reset
Factory default settings for device inputs and outputs can be reset.
0.8.5.0. Device inputs reset
0)Devices Inputs
reset?
Factory default device input settings can be restored after confirmation by pressing
ENT.
0.8.5.1. Device output reset
1)Devices Outputs
reset?
Factory default device output settings can be restored after confirmation by pressing
ENT.
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1. Timeslots
1)Time Slots
0)Def. Timeslots
Timeslots can be set in this menu. Timeslots are used for automated user access to armed sites, for
automated arming and disarming of systems, etc.
The system sustains two timeslot areas:
- timeslots for astronomical time – hours and minutes
- timeslots for calendar time –days and months
1.0. Define timeslots
0)Def. Timeslots
TimeSlot N: XX
Timeslots can be defined in this menu. Numbers 01 to 20 have been allocated to this type of
timeslots. A timeslot number (given by XX) can be selected either by moving through the numbers
with the arrows or by introducing the number. The settings can be adjusted
TimeSlot N: XX
after confirmation by pressing ENT.
0)St./stop time
1.0.x.x.0. Start/Stop Time
hh:mm hh:mm
00:00 00:00
The start and stop times of a timeslot can be set. The action assigned to the timeslot will be
activated during the period from “start time” to “stop time”.
The start time field must be less than the stop time field.
Example: If a user code has been set a timeslot from 8:30 to 17:00h, the respective user can
use his code within that specified time. From 17:00 to 0:00h and from 0:00 to 8:30h the
respective code will remain inactive.
1.0.x.x.1. Week days
1)WeekDays
- Monday
The days of the week during which the timeslot is to be used can be set.
The days of the week can be browsed with the help of the arrows.
Press “1” to set the desired day of the week. The “*” symbol will be indicated on the display.
Press “0” to ignore the selected day of the week. The “-” symbol will be indicated on the
display
For example, if only Wednesday is set for the timeslot in the example above, the user code
will only be valid on Wednesday from 8:30 to 17:00h.
1.0.x.x.2. Holiday slot
ent. Holiday slot
01. . 45: XX
A certain period (in calendar days) can be set as a timeslot, during which the slot will remain
inactive irrespective of other settings. The timeslot number is defined according to the Holiday Slot type. Valid timeslot number can be from 01 to 45.
1.1. Define XTimeslots
1)Def. Xtimesl-s
Xtimeslot N: XX
Extended timeslots can be set in this menu. These slots constitute a combination of preset ordinary timeslots.
The number of the timeslot is defined. This can be done either with the help of the arrows, or by
entering the number. The extended timeslots are numbered from 21 to 25.
Up to five ordinary timeslots can be defined, with numbers from 01 to 20.
five TS.N:01..20
00:00:00:00:00
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1.2. Define Holidays
2)Def. Holidays
Holiday N: XX
The active start and stop times of the Holiday type timeslot can be set. The number of the Holiday
type timeslot is defined. This can be done either with the help of the arrows or by introducing a
number. The valid timeslots have numbers between 01 and 30.
dd:mm dd:mm
A timeslot which has been attached a Holiday type timeslot will remain
00:00 00:00
inactive for the period beginning from “start date” until “end date”.
1.3. Define XHolidays
3)Def. XHolidays
XHoliday N: XX
This menu defines extended timeslots of the XHoliday type. These slots comprise of a combination of preset timeslots of the Holiday type.
The number of the XHoliday type timeslot is defined. This can be done either with the help of the
arrows or by introducing a number. The valid XHoliday type timeslots have numbers between 31
and 40.
four Hs.N:01. .30
Up to four timeslots of the Holiday type can be assigned, with numbers
00:00:00:00.
from 01 to 30.
1.4. Define XXHolidays
4)Def.XXholidays
XXHoliday N: XX
This menu defines extra-extended timeslots of the XXHoliday type. These slots comprise of a
combination of preset extended timeslots of the XHoliday type.
The number of the XXHoliday type timeslots can be set. This can either be done with the help of
the arrows or by introducing the respective number. The valid XXHoliday type timeslots are numbered between 41 and 45.
four Hs.N:31. .40
Up to four extended timeslots of the XHoliday type can be assigned,
00:00:00:00.
with numbers ranging between 31 and 40.
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2)Users
0)User Codes
2. Users
This menu defines system access codes. The length of any access code can be set – 4 or 6 digits.
There are 64 user codes in the system. Each can be assigned a unique name, and have its authorities
defined, as well as the areas it has access to.
With the help of timeslots it is possible to construct a scheme whereby the code authority would be
limited in time.
For every access code the system automatically maintains duress codes. A duress code is obtained by
the following rule: <user code>+1. Therefore, if the access code is 1234, the duress code would be
1235.
2.0. User codes
0)User Codes
C. 01 - CodeXX
The parameters of the user access codes can be set in this submenu.
A number for the access code has to be set (given by XX). This can be done by going through the
list of codes with the help of the arrows or by entering the code number.
C. 01 - CodeXX
The selected code is confirmed by pressing ENT.
0)Rename code
2.0.x.x.0. Rename code
0)Rename code
new: CodeXX
The code name can be entered in this submenu. The name may contain figures and letters.
To enter letters use the enclosed table.
Pressing the PROG key changes upper to lower case and vice-versa.
To go to the following/previous positions use the arrows.
The maximum length of the name can be 8 digits.
2.0.x.x.1. User rights
1)User rights
0)Upon Areas 1-8
The code attachment to areas in the system is defined in this submenu.
There is no limitation to the number of zones a code can be attached to.
2.0.x.x.1.0. Upon areas 1-8
Areas:1. . . . . . . 8
0/1 :- - - - - - - -
The code attachment to areas 1 to 8 is set.
With the help of the arrows the cursor is positioned below the number of the selected
area.
Keying in 1 will set the attachment of the code to the respective area. This is marked
by the symbol “*” on the display.
Keying in 0 disallows the attachment of the code to the respective area. This is marked
by the symbol “-” on the display.
Settings are confirmed by pressing ENT.
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Areas:9. . . . . . . 16
0/1 :- - - - - - - -
2.0.x.x.1.1. Upon areas 9-16
The code attachment to areas 9 to 16 is set.
With the help of the arrows the cursor is positioned below the number of the selected
area.
Keying in 1 will set the attachment of the code to the respective area. This is marked
by the symbol “*” on the display.
Keying in 0 disallows the attachment of the code to the respective area. This is marked
by the symbol “-” on the display.
Settings are confirmed by pressing ENT.
2)User Attributes
- Full arming
2.0.x.x.2. User attributes
Access code attributes are set.
Browse through the list of user attributes with the help of the arrows
Keying in 1 will set the selected code attribute. This is marked by the symbol “*” on the
display.
Keying in 0 disallows the selected code attribute. This is marked by the symbol “-” on the
display.
Settings are confirmed by pressing ENT.
Table 5 User Code Attributes
Attribute
Function
Log View
Force Arming
Authority to Force type arming
Stay/Instant Arming
Manager
Authority to Stay and Instant type arming
Authority of manager creates and edits user codes
Bypass
Authority to terminate Bypass zones
Disarming
Authority to disarm
Time/Date Set
Authority to change system time
Full Arming
Authority to arm Full Set
2.0.x.x.3. User timeslots
enter Time slot
N:01 . . 25: 00
An access code timeslot is set.
The valid timeslot numbers are from 01 to 15. If the selected access code is not to be
restricted by a timeslot, enter 00.
See the example in Supplement A.
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2.0.x.x.4. User Proxi Card
4)User Proxi Card
0)Add Card
The Proxy-card for the selected code is recorded in this sub-menu and the card parameters
are set.
Each card has an in-built unique number, which is recorded on a list in the system. The Full
Arming and Disarming rights programmed for the code are valid for the card, as well.
The card can be used to:
- remove security from a group;
- put security on a group;
- open a door connected to the card reader.
Only one card can be programmed for any single code.
2.0.x.x.4.0. Add Card
0)Add Card
start?
A card is added into the system. The new card takes over the condition of the Full
Arming and Disarming rights for the respective code.
Start the procedure by pressing the ENT button. The system will wait for the card to be
brought to the reader. After the read is read, a sound signal comes from the keyboard
for confirmation and the “Success” sign appears.
2.0.x.x.4.1. Arm/Disarm Rights
1)Arm/D. Rights
to Area N: 00
The group for which security is to be removed or put is set with the card.
Settings are confirmed by pressing the ENT button.
Security is put on or removed from a group if the rights Full Arming and Disarming are
set for the code. The code needs authorization to operate with the specified group!
2.0.x.x.4.2. Entry Rights
2)Entry rights
0)Areas: 12345678
The right of the card to enable the relay in-built in a reader is identified. Groups are set.
In menu 5.1, the groups to be served by the in-built relay are set for each reader.
When a card attached to a code, which is authorized to operate with any of the highlighted groups, is recognized the in-built relay will be enabled in five seconds.
2.0.x.x.4.2.0. Areas: 12345678
0)Areas: 12345678
0/1 :- - - - - - - -
The operation of the card with groups 1 through 8 is authorized.
The highlight arrows are used to position on the number of the selected group.
Press button “1” to authorize operation of the card for the respective group.
The screen will display the “*” sign.
Press button “)” to terminate the authorization to operate the card for the
respective group. The screen will display the “-” sign.
Settings are confirmed by pressing the ENT button.
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2.0.x.x.4.2.1. Areas 9-16
1)Areas:9 . . . . . 16
0/1 :- - - - - - - -
The operation of the card with groups 9 through 16 is authorized.
The highlight arrows are used to position on the number of the selected group.
Press button “1” to authorize operation of the card for the respective group.
The screen will display the “*” sign.
Press button “)” to terminate the authorization to operate the card for the
respective group. The screen will display the “-” sign.
Settings are confirmed by pressing the ENT button.
2.0.x.x.4.3. Remove Card
3)Remove Card
start?
Removal of a card from the list of cards in the system
Run the procedure by pressing the ENT button. A sound signal will come from the
keyboard for confirmation and the “Success” sign will appear.
2.1. Code length
1)Code Length
long code:OFF
The length of the code is set.
There is an option between a short (4 digits) and long (6 digits) code. The selected code length is
valid for all codes in the system, including the engineer code.
Note: When switching from short to long code, the figures 00 will automatically be added
to all short codes. For example the short code 1234 will become 123400. When changing
over from long to short code, only the first four figures in the long code will remain valid.
For example the long code 123456 will become 1234.
Due to risk of coincidence of codes, changing over from long to short code IS NOT RECOMMENDED!
Switching over between two code lengths is done as follows:
- press the “1” key for a 6-digit code. “Long code: ON” is displayed.
- press the “0” key for a 4-digit code. “Long code: OFF” is displayed.
The selected code length is confirmed by pressing ENT.
2.2. Engineer code
The Engineer Code is changed in this submenu.
The new Engineer Code has to be entered twice.
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0)ChangeEng.code
0)ChangeEng.code
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3)Zones
0)Definition
3. Zones
The system zone/input configurations are set in this menu. It defines the zone/input type, zone name,
zone area attachment, etc. In addition to these configurations, general input configurations can also be
adjusted – zone/input auto shutdown time, Double knock function time, type of balancing.
0)Definition
01 iDDII ZoneXX
3.0. Zones definition
The system zone/input configurations are set in this submenu.
It is necessary to enter zone/input number. This can be done either by moving the arrows through
the list with the system zones/inputs or by introducing the zone/input
01 iDDII ZoneXX
number. The selected zone/input is confirmed by pressing ENT.
0)Rename zone
0)Rename zone
new: ZoneXX
3.0.x.x.0. Rename zone
The zone name is entered in this submenu. The name may contain figures and letters. To
enter letters use the enclosed table.
Pressing the PROG key changes upper to lower case and vice-versa.
To go to the following/previous position use the arrows.
The name cannot exceed 8 digits.
1)Zone Type
Instant
3.0.x.x.1. Zone type
This submenu sets the zone/input type. The type is selected by going through the list of zone
types with the help of the arrows. After positioning on the specific type of zone/input, press
ENT for confirmation.
The possible zone/input types are listed in the following table.
Table 6 Zone Types and Function
Zone Type
Instant
Function
Activating a zone in armed mode immediately triggers the alarm.
The function of the zone disregards the type of arm mode.
Parameters: Auto Shutdown, Bypass Enabled, Stay Zone, Force Zone, Double Knock, Chime,
Steady Alarm, Pulsed Alarm, Silent Alarm, Report only
Entry Delay
Activating a zone in armed mode of the type Force, Stay or Full starts input
time. The alarm will be triggered if not disarmed by the time it is out.
In case of successive activation of several zones of this type in armed mode of
the type of Force, Stay or Full within one area will record the input time of
the first.
Activating a zone in armed mode of Instant type immediately triggers the alarm.
Parameters: Auto Shutdown, Bypass Enabled, Stay Zone, Force Zone, Double Knock, Chime,
Steady Alarm, Pulsed Alarm, Silent Alarm, Report only
Follow
Activating a zone during input or output time will not trigger the alarm.
Activating a zone in armed mode immediately triggers the alarm.
Parameters: Auto Shutdown, Bypass Enabled, Stay Zone, Force Zone, Double Knock, Chime,
Steady Alarm, Pulsed Alarm, Silent Alarm, Report only
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Table 6 Zone Types and Function - cont.
Zone Type
24h Burglary
Function
A 24-hour zone, which, if activated, immediately triggers the alarm.
Parameters: Auto Shutdown, Bypass Enabled, Stay Zone, Force Zone, Double Knock, Chime,
Steady Alarm, Pulsed Alarm, Silent Alarm, Report only
24h Delayed
Fire
A 24-hour zone, which, if activated, immediately starts time-delay.
When the time-delay expires, the alarm will be triggered immediately.
During time-delay keypads send out pulsed sound signal.
Parameters: Auto Shutdown, Bypass Enabled, Chime, Steady Alarm, Pulsed Alarm, Silent Alarm,
Report only
24h Standart
Fire
A 24-hour zone, which, if activated, immediately triggers the alarm.
Stay
In Full or Force type armed mode the zone behaves as Follow type zone.
In Instant or Stay type armed mode the zone behaves as Entry Delay type zone.
Parameters: Auto Shutdown, Bypass Enabled, Chime, Steady Alarm, Pulsed Alarm, Silent Alarm,
Report only
Parameters: Auto Shutdown, Bypass Enabled, Stay Zone, Force Zone, Double Knock, Chime,
Steady Alarm, Pulsed Alarm, Silent Alarm, Report only
Key-Switch
A 24 hour zone, which, if activated, manages arming and disarming an area.
It is commanded by an impulse key-switch.
Activating a zone while disarmed will start arming.
Activating a zone while armed will start disarming.
Parameters: Chime, Steady Alarm, Pulsed Alarm, Silent Alarm, Report only, Arm Only/ArmDisarm,
Stay Arming, Force Arming, Instant Arming
Power Monitor
A 24-hour zone, which, if activated, generates the message
"EXP. MODULE DC LOSS".
Parameters: Bypass Enabled, Stay Zone, Force Zone, Chime, Steady Alarm, Pulsed Alarm,
Silent Alarm, Report only
Panic
A 24-hour zone, which, if activated, generates the message Panic.
Parameters: Chime, Steady Alarm, Pulsed Alarm, Silent Alarm, Report only
Tamper
A 24-hour zone, which, if activated, immediately triggers the alarm.
Parameters: Bypass Enabled, Chime, Steady Alarm, Pulsed Alarm, Silent Alarm, Report only
Medical
A 24-hour zone, which, if activated, generates the message Medical.
Parameters: Chime, Steady Alarm, Pulsed Alarm, Silent Alarm, Report only
24h Non
burglary
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A 24 hour zone, which, if activated, generates the message 24h Non Burglary.
Parameters: Bypass Enabled, Stay Zone, Force Zone, Double Knock, Chime, Steady Alarm,
Pulsed Alarm, Silent Alarm, Report only
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3.0.x.x.2. Attach to area
2)Attach to Area
0)Areas 1-8
The zone/input attachment to system areas is specified in this submenu.
There are no limitations to the number of areas a zone/input can be attached to.
Any zone attached to more than one area will be armed when all areas it is attached to are
armed.
A zone attached to more than one area will be disarmed when at least one area it is attached
to is disarmed.
3.0.x.x.2.0. Areas 1-8
Areas:1 . . . . . . . 8
0/1 : - - - - - - - -
The zone/input attachment to areas 1 to 8 is set.
With the help of the arrows the cursor is positioned below the number of the selected
area.
Keying in 1 will set the zone/input attachment to the respective area. This is marked by
the symbol “*” on the display.
Keying in 0 disallows the zone/input attachment to the respective area. This is marked
by the symbol “-” on the display.
Settings are confirmed by pressing ENT.
3.0.x.x.2.1. Areas 9-16
Areas:9 . . . . . . . 16
0/1 : - - - - - - - -
The zone/input attachment to areas 9 - 16 is set.
With the help of the arrows the cursor is positioned below the number of the selected
area.
Keying in 1 will set the zone/input attachment to the respective area. This is marked by
the symbol “*” on the display.
Keying in 0 disallows the zone/input attachment to the respective area. This is marked
by the symbol “-” on the display.
Settings are confirmed by pressing ENT.
3.0.x.x.3. Zone parameters
Zone Parameters
- Auto Shutdown
The zone/input parameters are specified here. The table shows possible parameters.
With the help of the arrows the cursor is positioned on the list of zone/input parameters.
Keying in 1 will select the parameter. The selected parameters are marked by the symbol “*”
to the left of the name of the parameter.
Keying in 0 will remove the parameter. This is marked by the symbol “-” to the left of the
name of the parameter.
! The KeySwitch zone type can be assigned only the parameters ArmOnly/ ArmDisarm,
Stay Arming, Force Arming and Instant Arming.
Selecting ArmOnly/ ArmDisarm (marked “*”) may arm and disarm the respective area
when that zone is activated. Not selecting this parameter (marked “-”) can arm the
respective area only when that zone is activated.
Of Stay Arming, Force Arming and Instant Arming only one parameter can be selected. If none of the three are selected it is understood that Full Arming will be set!
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Table 7 Zone Parameters and Functions
Parameters
Function
Auto Shutdown
Activating a zone more times than set for a given armed period will shut it
down automatically.
Bypass Enabled
User enabled to bypass zone.
Stay Zone
Zone is bypassed when reverted to Stay type arming.
Force Zone
Double Knock
Active zone is automatically shut down when reverted to Force type arming.
A timeslot assigned to Double Knock Time starts after a zone is activated.
If the zone is activated again before the set time expires the alarm is
immediately triggered.
If the zone remains active for more than 15 seconds the alarm is immediately
triggered.
Chime
Permits a Chime sound signal when a zone in day mode is activated.
Steady Alarm
Steady sound alarm signal when alarm is triggered from zone.
Pulsed Alarm
Pulsed sound alarm signal when alarm is triggered from zone 2 seconds
steady signal, 1 second pause.
Silent Alarm
No sound alarm signal when alarm is triggered from zone. Memory for keypad
alarm shows.
Report Only
No sound alarm signal when alarm is triggered from zone. No memory for
keypad alarm is shown. A message is sent along the digital communicator.
ArmOnly/
ArmDisarm
Activating a KeySwitch type zone will arm the respective area without being
able to disarm (parameter marked with "-") or will be armed and disarmed
(parameter marked with "*")
Stay Arming
Activating a KeySwitch type zone will arm the respective area with Stay Arming
type.
Force Arming
Activating a KeySwitch type zone will arm the respective area with Force
Arming type.
Instant Arming
Activating a KeySwitch type zone will arm the respective area with Instant
Arming type.
3.0.x.x.4. Zone timeslot
enter Time slot
N:01 . . 25 : 00
A zone/input is assigned a timeslot. The zone will be bypassed for the term of validity of the
timeslot.
For example, if a zone is assigned a timeslot from 8:30 to 17:00h it will be bypassed at the
stipulated time. From 17:00 to 0:00h and from 0:00 to 8:30h the respective zone will operate
depending on the arm mode.
Valid numbers for timeslots are from 01 to 25. If no timeslot is to be used for the selected
zone then 00 has to be assigned.
3.0.x.x.5. Entry/Stay delay
5)Entry/Stay Del
01 . . 99sec: 00
Values in seconds are entered for entry time for Entry delay type zone/input.
The smallest value is 1 second and the maximum is 99 seconds.
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1)Auto Shut Down
01 . . 99tims: 00
3.1. Auto shutdown
Sets a number with a value equal to the number of alarm signals from the sensor in the selected
zone, after which the zone is ignored.
The counter for the number of signals is nullified every time the area of the zone is armed.
The parameter Auto shutdown must be assigned in order to activate this function.
2)Double Knock T
01 . . 99min: 00
3.2. Double knock
Values in minutes are entered for the Double Knock function timeslot.
The parameter Double Knock must be assigned in order to activate this function.
3)Zones Hardware
- Doubling
3.3. Zones hardware
The type of zoning and balancing of system inputs can be set. These settings are valid for all
system inputs.
The parameters of the type of zoning and balancing of system inputs can be
browsed with the help of the arrows.
Press “1” to set the selected parameter. The “*” symbol will be indicated on the display.
Press “0” to ignore the selected parameter. The “-” symbol will be indicated on the display.
The Doubling parameter indicates a function with one (inactive) or two (active) zones of one physical input.
The Wire EOL parameter indicates a function with (an active) or without (aninactive) balance
resistor.
The possible options for adjusting and connecting the sensors to the input of the system are
shown in the Figure 2.
Single Style
With EOL, Open line and Short on line
recognition ( TAMPER)
(Wire EOL=ON, DOUBLING=OFF)
Without EOL
(Wire EOL=OFF, DOUBLING=OFF)
+AUX
Normally open
Zone Input
GND
Zone Input
Normally closed
12V
+AUX
NC
GND
Zone Input GND
Fire
Detector
1K
Zone Input
TAMPER
GND
EOL
NC
1K
NC
NO
1K
PGM
GND
1K
Double Style
Without EOL
(Wire EOL=OFF, DOUBLING=ON)
Without EOL, Open line recognition (TAMPER)
(Wire EOL=OFF, DOUBLING=ON)
With EOL, Open line and Short on line
recognition (TAMPER)
(Wire EOL=ON, DOUBLING=ON)
Zone Input
Zone Input
1K
GND
Zone Input
2,2K
NC
NC
1K
TAMPER
GND
GND
EOL
510
2,2K
NC
TAMPER
NC
TAMPER
1K
EOL
510
2,2K
NC
TAMPER
NC
Fig. 2 Zones connection
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0)Outputs
0)PGM definition
4. Outputs
This menu configures programmable system output parameters.
4.0. PGM definition
0)PGM definition
XX oDDOO
A number for the programmable output has to be assigned. This can be done either by moving the
arrows through the list with the programmable outputs or by introducing the
XX oDDOO
programmable output number. The selected programmable output is
0)Activation By
confirmed by pressing ENT.
4.0.x.x.0. Activation by
0)Activation By
none : 00
An event is selected, the occurrence of which will activate the output.
Possible events are listed in the table.
The arrows help to find a position within the list of events. Only one listed event can be
selected. The selected item is confirmed by pressing ENT.
4.0.x.x.1. Deactivation by
1)DeactivationBy
0)Event
Assigns the method to restore the programmable output in deactivated/normal status.
There are two possible methods – upon the occurrence of a listed in the table event or after
a lapse of a time interval.
4.0.x.x.1.0. Event
0)Event
none : 00
An event is selected, the occurrence of which will cause the output to change to inactive/normal status.
Possible events are listed in the table.
The arrows help to find a position within the list of events.
Only one listed event can be selected. The selected item is confirmed by pressing
ENT.
4.0.x.x.1.1. Time period
PROG for sec/min
01 . . 99sec: 00
A time limit is defined for output transition to inactive/normal status.
The time set starts running the moment the output is activated.
A time limit can be set between 01 to 99 seconds or 01 to 99 minutes.
Pressing PROG changes over between the two.
The selected value is confirmed by pressing ENT.
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Table 8 Events for Activating and Restoring Programmable Outputs
Event
Fixed Time N
Function
on at the indicated hour. The values are given in the table. A two-digit figure
has to be entered, comprised by the row and column.
off 15 minutes after on .
0
1
none 00:00
02:15 02:30
04:45 05:00
07:15 07:30
09:45 10:00
12:15 12:30
14:45 15:00
17:15 17:30
19:45 20:00
22:15 22:30
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Sys Trbl. N
3
00:30
03:00
05:30
08:00
10:30
13:00
15:30
18:00
20:30
23:00
4
00:45
03:15
05:45
08:15
10:45
13:15
15:45
18:15
20:45
23:15
5
01:00
03:30
06:00
08:30
11:00
13:30
16:00
18:30
21:00
23:30
6
01:15
03:45
06:15
08:45
11:15
13:45
16:15
18:45
21:15
23:45
7
01:30
04:00
06:30
09:00
11:30
14:00
16:30
19:00
21:30
8
01:45
04:15
06:45
09:15
11:45
14:15
16:45
19:15
21:45
9
02:00
04:30
07:00
09:30
12:00
14:30
17:00
19:30
22:00
on for respective system trouble. The values are given in the table. A two-digit
figure has to be entered.
off upon problem solution
01
02
03
AC Loss
Batt Low
Batt Loss
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
NA
NA
Aux Power Failed
PGM Power Failed
TLM Fault
TEL1 Failure
TEL2 Failure
TEL3 Failure
TEL 4 Failure
Ram Error
Rom Error
Bus Error
Printer paper out
14
15
16
SysStatus N
2
00:15
02:45
05:15
07:45
10:15
12:45
15:15
17:45
20:15
22:45
no 220V mains supply
low battery
lost battery
not in use
not in use
no AUX power supply
no PGM power supply
no telephone line
failure communicating tel. 1
failure communicating tel. 2
failure communicating tel. 3
failure communicating tel. 4
RAM error
ROM error
Bus error
No paper in printer
A two-digit figure is introduced according to table
on for silent alarm or alarm report from arbitrary area
off for Disarm or alarm cycle expiration
! All other alarms are ignored until alarm cycle
expires.
01
Silent Alarm/
Report Only
02
AudibleAlarm on for sound alarm except Fire from arbitrary area
off for Disarm or alarm cycle expiration
! All other alarms are ignored until alarm cycle
expires.
03
FireAlarm
on for fire alarm from arbitrary area
off for Disarm
04
FireDelay
on for activating Fire Delay type zone of arbitrary area
off for Disarm code or fire alarm
05
Tamper
on for activating a tamper type zone from an arbitrary
area
off for restoring all system Tamper type zones
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Table 8 Events for Activating and Restoring Programmable Outputs - cont.
Event
SysStatus N
Function
06
Bypass Zone
on if any bypassed zones during arming
off during disarming
07
Panic
08
Arm
on
off
on
off
during Panic in arbitrary area
when introducing valid code
when all areas are armed
when at least one area is under day mode
09
Disarm
10
Trouble
on
off
on
off
when all areas are in day mode
when at least one area is in armed mode
at least one available problem in the system
no problem within the system
11
Siren
on during sound alarm from arbitrary group
off during Disarm or alarm cycle expiration
! All other alarms are ignored until alarm cycle
expires.
12
Program
Mode
on when starting programming mode
off when leaving programming mode
SilntAlrm A
on during silent alarm, or silent alarm report, or duress codes from area A
off during Disarm in area A or alarm cycle expiration
! All other alarms are ignored until alarm cycle expires.
AudblAlrm A
on during sound alarm from area A
off during Disarm in area A or alarm cycle expiration
! All other alarms are ignored until alarm cycle expires.
Fire Alrm A
on during fire alarm in area A
off during Disarm in area A
FireDelay A
on during fire alarm from Fire Delay type zone in area A
off during Disarm+code in area A or fire alarm
Tamper A
on for activating a tamper type zone from an area A
off for restoring all Tamper type system zones in area A
Disarming A
on during Disarm in area A
off during Arm in area A
on during Arm in area A with bypassed zones in the area
off during Disarm in area A
Bypass in A
Auto Arm A
on during Auto Arm in area A
off during Disarm in area A
Panic A
on during Panic from area A
off when introducing area A valid code
Arming A
on during Arm in area A
off during Disarm in area A
Ready A
on during a Ready status in area A
off no Ready status in area A
User Code N
on when introducing user code N
off when leaving user menu for code N
ArmingCode N
on during Arm with user code N
off during Disarm with user code N
DisarmCode N
on during Disarm with user code N
off during Arm with user code N
OK Zone Z
on for restoring zone Z
off for activating zone Z
Open Zone Z
on for activating zone Z
off for restoring zone Z
BypassZone Z
on during Arm with bypass of zone Z
off during Disarm with bypass of zone Z
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Table 8 Events for Activating and Restoring Programmable Events - cont.
Event
Function
Tamper Zone Z
on for activating a Tamper type zone or breaking the self-protection circuit in
zone Z
off for restoring a Tamper type zone or the self-protection circuit in zone Z
Alarm from Z
on for alarm in zone Z
off for restoring the alarm in zone Z
Rest.Zone Z
on
off
on
off
Access KBD
for restoring the alarm in zone Z
for alarm in zone Z
for introducing valid code through KBD keypad
when leaving user menu through KBD keypad
Function N
on during on status of function N
off during off status of function N
Siren for A
on during alarm in area A
off during expiration of alarm cycle of area A alarm
! Selecting this programmable output event disallows setting any
deactivating event!
FireReset Z
sets 6 seconds Reset for fire sensors
! Selecting this programmable output event disallows setting any
deactivating event!
2)Normal State
0/1 : ON
4.0.x.x.2. Normal state
Inactive/normal status can be assigned to the programmable output.
Keying 1 assigns inactive/normal ON status, which corresponds to N.C. Given this state,
the output will have a pressure of 0 V (or GND).
Keying in 0 assigns inactive/normal OFF status, which corresponds to N.O. Given this state,
the output will have a pressure 12V.
1)Function def.
0)F(). N : XX
4.1. Function definition
Defines system function parameters.
16 functions can be configured. The performance scheme of a function is provided in a figure. It is
possible to impose a function upon a function, but no more than four functions in all.
The number of a programmable output is assigned for each key. The operation of the programmable output is programmed in the 4.0.x.x. menus.
When a given switch is not intended to be used, it should be thus configured so as not to hinder the
performance of the function. If no number of a programmable output is entered for a specific key,
the latter will remain open.
A function number has to be defined. This can be done with the help of the arrows by going through
the list of functions, or by keying in the number of the function. The selected function is confirmed
by pressing ENT.
0)F(). N : XX
0)switch A (_/_)
Function Description
A
B
C
D
Fig. 3 Logical description of a function
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4.1.x.x.0. Switch A
0)switch A (_/_)
PGM 00 . . 48: 00
Set the parameters of key A.
Enter the number of a programmable output. Key A will reproduce the condition of the programmable output. The disabled condition of key A will be determined by the settings of the
programmable output in the 4.0.x.x.2 menu. The ON condition corresponds to a closed key
and the OFF condition corresponds to an open key.
The entered number of a programmable output is confirmed by pressing the ENT button.
4.1.x.x.1. Switch B
1)switch B (_/_)
PGM 00 . . 48: 00
Set the parameters of key B.
Enter the number of a programmable output. Key B will reproduce the condition of the programmable output. The disabled condition of key B will be determined by the settings of the
programmable output in the 4.0.x.x.2 menu. The ON condition corresponds to a closed key
and the OFF condition corresponds to an open key.
The entered number of a programmable output is confirmed by pressing the ENT button.
4.1.x.x.2. Switch C
2)switch C (_/_)
PGM 00 . . 48: 00
Set the parameters of key C.
Enter the number of a programmable output. Key C will reproduce the condition of the programmable output. The disabled condition of key C will be determined by the settings of the
programmable output in the 4.0.x.x.2 menu. The ON condition corresponds to a closed key
and the OFF condition corresponds to an open key.
The entered number of a programmable output is confirmed by pressing the ENT button.
4.1.x.x.3. Switch D
3)switch D (_/_)
PGM 00 . . 48: 00
Set the parameters of key D.
Enter the number of a programmable output. Key D will reproduce the condition of the programmable output. The disabled condition of key D will be determined by the settings of the
programmable output in the 4.0.x.x.2 menu. The ON condition corresponds to a closed key
and the OFF condition corresponds to an open key.
The entered number of a programmable output is confirmed by pressing the ENT button.
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5)Split System
0)Define areas
5. Split system
The system can be split into areas in this menu. Specific parameters can be defined for each area.
The keypads installed in the system are allocated to the formed areas.
5.0. Define areas
0)Define areas
A. XX - AreaXX
The parameters are defined for the areas in the system.
Up to 16 areas can be defined.
Areas have to be set a number. This can be done by going through the list of functions with the help
of the arrows, or by keying the number of the function. The selected
A. XX - AreaXX
0)Rename
function is confirmed by pressing ENT.
5.0.x.x.0. Rename area
0)Rename
new : AreaXX
The area name is defined in this menu. The name may contain figures and letters. To enter
letters use the enclosed table.
Pressing the PROG key changes upper to lower case and vice-versa.
To go to the following/previous positions use the arrows.
The maximum length of the name is 8 symbols.
5.0.x.x.1. Options
1)Options
- Auto Arming
This menu enables or disaables automatic arming, automatic disarming and arming by pressing a single key.
A time slot needs to be configured in order to use the functions for automatic arming and
disarming which then has to be set in menu 5.0.X.X.5.
Browse through the list of options with the help of the arrows
- Auto arming
Enables or disables auto arming.
Upon arming time the system will attempt to set Full Arming type. In case of failure the
system will attempt Force Arming. In case of failure the area will not be armed.
Activating this function requires for a timeslot to be defined and then entered in menu
5.0.X.X.5.
Keying in 1 enables automatic arming. The “*” symbol will be indicated on the display.
Keying in 0 disables automatic arming. The “-” symbol will be indicated on the display.
- Auto disarming
Enables or disables auto disarming.
Keying in 1 enables automatic disarming. The “*” symbol will be indicated on the display.
Keying in 0 disables automatic disarming. The “-” symbol will be indicated on the display.
- One touch arming
Enables or disables a quick arming function for the area.
Keying in 1 enables quick arming of the area. The “*” symbol will be indicated on the
display.
Keying in 0 disables quick arming of the area. The “-” symbol will be indicated on the
display.
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5.0.x.x.2. Panic options
2)Panic options
- Police panic
The menu configures event parameters with Panic properties for the respective area.
Events can be disallowed or allowed; as well as the type of announcement defined.
Browse through the list of panic options with the help of the arrows
- Police panic
Enables or disables announcing a Police Panic event.
Keying in 1 enables announcing the Police Panic event. The “*” symbol will be indicated on the display.
Keying in 0 disables announcing the Police Panic event. The “-” symbol will be indicated on the display.
- Silent police panic
Configures the Police Panic event announcement type.
Keying in 1 will send a message from the communicator only. The “*” symbol will be
indicated on the display.
Keying in 0 will activate the siren upon occurrence of a Police Panic event and will
send a message along the communicator. The “-” symbol will be indicated on the
display.
- Medical panic
Enables or disables announcing a Medical Panic event.
Keying in 1 enables announcing the Medical Panic event. The “*” symbol will be indicated on the display.
Keying in 0 disables announcing the Medical Panic event. The “-” symbol will be indicated on the display.
- Silent medical panic
Configures the Medical Panic event announcement type.
Keying in 1 will send a message from the communicator only. The “*” symbol will be
indicated on the display.
Keying in 0 will activate the siren upon occurrence of a Police Panic event and will
send a message along the communicator. The “-” symbol will be indicated on the
display.
- Fire panic
Enables or disables announcing a Fire Panic event.
Keying in 1 enables announcing the Fire Panic event. The “*” symbol will be indicated
on the display.
Keying in 0 disables announcing the Fire Panic event. The “-” symbol will be indicated
on the display.
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5.0.x.x.3. Bell options
3)Bell options
- Audible Tamper
The options for the alarm signal of the respective area are defined in this submenu.
Browse through the list of bell options with the help of the arrows
- Audible tamper
Enables or disables sound alarm upon occurrence of Tamper event in the area.
Keying in 1 enables sound alarm upon occurrence of Tamper event. The “*” symbol
will be indicated on the display.
Keying in 0 disables sound alarm upon occurrence of Tamper event. The “-” symbol
will be indicated on the display.
- Squawk on arm
Enables or disables single sound signal of 1 second duration when arming area.
Keying in 1 enables sound signal upon arming the area. The “*” symbol will be indicated on the display.
Keying in 0 disables sound signal upon arming the area. The “-” symbol will be indicated on the display.
- Squawk on disarm
Enables or disables single sound signal of 1 second duration when disarming area.
Keying in 1 enables sound signal upon arming the area. The “*” symbol will be indicated on the display.
Keying in 0 disables sound signal upon arming the area. The “-” symbol will be indicated on the display.
- Squawk on cancel
Enables or disables three sound signals of 1 second duration each when receiving a
Cancel signal in the area.
Keying in 1 enables sound alarm when receiving a Cancel signal in the area. The “*”
symbol will be indicated on the display.
Keying in 0 disables sound alarm when receiving a Cancel signal in the area. The “-”
symbol will be indicated on the display.
- Ringback squawk
Enables or disables four sound signals of 1 second duration each when disarming if
an alarm was available in the area.
Keying in 1 enables sound alarm when disarming if an alarm was available in the area.
The “*” symbol will be indicated on the display.
Keying in 0 disables sound alarm when disarming if an alarm was available in the
area. The “-” symbol will be indicated on the display.
- Warning 10 minutes
Enables or disables three sound signals of 1 second duration each 10 minutes before
automated arming of area.
Keying in 1 enables sound alarm 10 minutes before auto arming of area. The “*” symbol will be indicated on the display.
Keying in 0 disables sound alarm 10 minutes before auto arming of area. The “-”
symbol will be indicated on the display.
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4)Bell Cutoff Time
01 . . 99min: 00
5.0.x.x.4. Bell cut-off time
The time duration of the alarm cycle for the respective area is set in minutes.
The value of this parameter is between 0 and 99 minutes.
An 0 value will block the alarm cycle.
The value entered can be confirmed by pressing ENT.
enter Time slot
01 . . 25 : 00
5.0.x.x.5. Assign timeslot
A timeslot is assigned for automatic arming/disarming of an area. For programmed timeslot
the area will be disarmed - in ‘Start time’ the area will be disarmed and in ‘Stop time’ the area
will be Armed.
Enabling the function AutoArming/AutoDisarming requires, in addition to setting the respective area timeslot, for automated arming of AutoArming in menu 5.0.X.X.1.0. to be enabled,
and/or for automated disarming of AutoDisarm in menu 5.0.X.X.1.1. to be enabled. There
are no restrictions for manual arming or disarming in or out of the timeslot.
Valid timeslot numbers are from 01 to 25. In case no timeslot is to be used for the selected
area, 00 must be entered.
enter exit time
00 . . 99sec: 00
5.0.x.x.6. Exit time
An exit time is specified for all Entry Delay type zones within the area.
The values in this parameter are between 0 to 99 seconds.
5.0.x.x.7. Disarm options
Clear Bypass on
DisArm OFF
An option is assigned to remove Bypass zone in areas following disarming.
Keying in 1 enables removal of Bypass zone in area following disarming. The display shows
ON.
Keying in 0 disables removal of Bypass zone in area following disarming. The display shows
OFF.
5.1. Area assign
1)Area assign
02 LCD used
The belonging of a keyboard or a Proxy-reader to groups is set.
There is no restriction for the number of keyboards or Proxy-readers belonging to a group or the
number of groups belonging to a keyboard or a Proxy-reader.
A number has to be assigned to the keyboard of the Proxy-reader. This can be done by following
the list of devices with the highlight arrows or by entering the number of the device, a keyboard or
a Proxy-reader. The selected device is confirmed by pressing the ENT button. The screen will
display the unique identification number of the device, i.e. the keyboard or the Proxy-reader. After
a single pressing of the ENT button, the belonging of the device to the groups can be identified.
Any attempt at setting a device which is not a keyboard or a Proxy-reader
02 LCD used
will be denied.
SNo:030001234500
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5.1.d.d.0 Assign to areas 1-8
Areas:1 . . . . . . . 8
0/1 : - - - - - - - -
Assigns keyboard attachment to groups 1 to 8.
With the help of the arrows the cursor can be positioned below the number of the selected
area. Pressing 1 sets keyboard attachment to respective area. This is marked on the display
by the symbol “*“.
Pressing 0 removes keyboard attachment to respective area. This is marked on the display
by the symbol “-“.
Adjustments can be confirmed by pressing ENT.
5.1.d.d.1. Assign to areas 9-16
Areas:9 . . . . . . . 16
0/1 : - - - - - - - -
Assigns keyboard attachment to groups 9 to 16.
With the help of the arrows the cursor can be positioned below the number of the selected
area. Pressing 1 sets keyboard attachment to respective area. This is marked on the display
by the symbol “*“.
Pressing 0 removes keyboard attachment to respective area. This is marked on the display
by the symbol “-“.
Adjustments can be confirmed by pressing ENT.
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6)Dialer
0)Tel. numbers
6. Dialer
The parameters of the inbuilt digital dialer are set in this menu.
6.0. Telephone numbers
0)Tel. numbers
1)Ctrl. Station1
Telephone numbers for connecting the central monitoring station can be set in this menu.
The specific telephone numbers must be requested from the respective security organization.
The system maintains up to four different telephone numbers.
The following symbols are used for setting telephone numbers:
- the figures from 0 to 9;
- P for pulse dialling;
-T for tone dialling;
- D for 4 second pause while dialling;
- W for waiting for dial signal.
Telephone numbers may contain no more than 16 symbols.
tel. N./Symbols
6.0.1. Central station 1
Enter telephone number 1.
tel. N./Symbols
6.0.2. Central station 2
Enter telephone number 2.
tel. N./Symbols
6.0.3. Central station 3
Enter telephone number 3.
tel. N./Symbols
6.0.4. Central station 4
Enter telephone number 4.
6.1. Account number
1)Account number
A. XX - AreaXX
The account numbers for connecting a central station for each system area can be set in this
menu.
The account numbers consist of 4 digits.
Each area must be set a number. This can be done by going through the list of areas with the help
of the arrows, or by keying in the number of the area. The selected area is confirmed by pressing
ENT.
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6.1.x.x. Account number area xx
enter four digit
for A. ID : 0000
The account number of the area is entered.
The specified number can be confirmed by pressing ENT.
2)Wait dial tone
OFF
6.2. Wait dial tone
Enables or disables the wait dial tone before dialling.
When enabled to wait for a dial tone, the system will not begin to dial until it detects the tone “dial”
from the telephone line. If the tone “dial” is not detected within 5 seconds, the system will discontinue and after 20 seconds will attempt again to detect the “dial” tone.
During disabled wait dial tone, the system will initiate dialling by the 5 th second after engaging the
telephone line.
Keying in 1 enables wait dial tone. The display shows ON.
Keying in 0 disables wait dial tone. The display shows OFF.
3)Report options
0)Areas rep.opt.
6.3. Report options
This menu adjusts the flows of reports to the central station.
The types of reports to be transmitted are defined for each area in the system, as well as the
telephones to be used for transmission, and the scheme to be used for delivering reports. The
telephone numbers used for transmitting reports to the central station are repeated twice in the
menus.
Marking the telephones in first area as 1,2,3, or 4 defines that a report is being transmitted from at
least one of them.
Marking the telephones in second area as 1,2,3, or 4 defines compulsory transmission of report
from each of the marked telephones, irrespective of the results from the attempts to transmit from
the telephones in first area.
(1or 2 or 3 or 4)and(1 and 2 and 3 and 4)
phone: 1234 1234
0/1 : - - - - - - - -
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0)Areas rep.opt.
A. XX - AreaXX
6.3.0. Areas report options
The number of the area has to be defined. This can be done by going through the list of areas
with the help of the arrows, or by keying in the number of the area.
A. XX - AreaXX
0)Arm/D r.codes
The selected area is confirmed by pressing ENT.
phone:12341234
0/1 : - - - - - - - -
6.3.0.x.x.0. Arm/disarm report
Sets the telephone numbers and the scheme for transmitting reports about arming
and disarming areas.
With the help of the arrows the cursor can be positioned below the respective telephone number.
Pressing 1 allows transmission of arm/disarm areas reports for the respective telephone number. This is marked on the display by the symbol “*“.
Pressing 0 disallows transmission of arm/disarm areas reports for the respective telephone number. This is marked on the display by the symbol “-“.
phone:12341234
0/1 : - - - - - - - -
6.3.0.x.x.1. Alarm/restore report
Sets the telephone numbers and the scheme for transmitting report about an alarm
event and restoration from an alarm event in the area.
Pressing 1 allows transmission of messages about an alarm event and restoration
from an alarm event in the area for the respective telephone number.
This is marked on the display by the symbol “*“. Pressing 0 disallows transmission of
messages about an alarm event and restoration from an alarm event in the area for
the respective telephone number. This is marked on the display by the symbol “-“.
phone:12341234
0/1 : - - - - - - - -
6.3.0.x.x.2. Tamper/restore report
Sets the telephone numbers and the scheme for transmitting tamper/restore area
reports.
Pressing 1 allows transmission of reports about tamper/restore events in the area for
the respective telephone number. This is marked on the display by the symbol “*“.
Pressing 0 disallows transmission of reports about tamper/restore events in the area
for the respective telephone number. This is marked on the display by the symbol “-“.
1)System rep.op.
0)Trouble/Restor
6.3.1. System report code
The flows of system reports to the central station are adjusted.
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6.3.1.0. Trouble/restore report
phone:12341234
0/1 : - - - - - - - -
Sets the telephone numbers and the scheme for sending system trouble/restore reports.
Pressing 1 allows transmission of messages about system trouble/restore reports for
the respective telephone number. This is marked on the display by the symbol “*“.
Pressing 0 disallows transmission of messages about system trouble/restore reports
for the respective telephone number. This is marked on the display by the symbol “-“.
6.3.1.1. Special report
phone:12341234
0/1 : - - - - - - - -
Sets the telephone numbers and the scheme for sending Special Report messages.
Pressing 1 allows transmission of Special Report messages for the respective telephone number. This is marked on the display by the symbol “*“.
Pressing 0 disallows transmission of Special Report messages for the respective
telephone number. This is marked on the display by the symbol “-“.
6.3.1.2. Medical report
phone:12341234
0/1 : - - - - - - - -
Sets the telephone numbers and the scheme for sending Medical Report messages.
Pressing 1 allows transmission of Medical Report messages for the respective telephone number. This is marked on the display by the symbol “*“.
Pressing 0 disallows transmission of Medical Report messages for the respective
telephone number. This is marked on the display by the symbol “-“.
6.3.1.3. Fire report
phone:12341234
0/1 : - - - - - - - -
Sets the telephone numbers and the scheme for sending Fire Report messages.
Pressing 1 allows transmission of Fire Report messages for the respective telephone
number. This is marked on the display by the symbol “*“.
Pressing 0 disallows transmission of Fire Report messages for the respective telephone number. This is marked on the display by the symbol “-“.
6.4. Test call time
hh:mm day
00:00 01
Time is set for transmitting TEST reports to the central station and the period for transmission in
days.
6.5. Line monitor
5)Line monitor
0)TLMonitoring
The telephone line monitoring function is adjusted in this menu.
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0)TLMonitoring
0/1 : OFF
6.5.0. Telephone line monitoring
Allows or disallows telephone line monitoring function.
Pressing 1 enables telephone line monitoring function. This is marked on the display by ON.
Pressing 0 disables telephone line monitoring function. This is marked on the display by
OFF.
6.5.1. Telephone line monitor trouble delay
1)TLM Trbl delay
01 . . 99min: 00
Sets time period for indication of telephone line trouble.
6)Dialer
6)Up/down load
6.6. Up/Down load
Parameters are assigned for up/down loading of system parameters.
tel. N./Symbols
6.6.0. PC phone number
The telephone number of the station for up/down load is set.
enter four digit
for PC ID :
6.6.1. PC ID number
The identification number of the station for up/down load is set.
6.6.2. Panel ID number
enter four digit
for P. ID :
The identification number of the CA864 system for up/down loading is set.
6.6.3. Number of rings
3)NumberOf rings
01 . . 08 :
Sets the number of rings after which the system will switch to up/down load mode.
6.6.4. Call Back
4)Call Back
0/1 : OFF
Allows or disallows call back function.
When call back function is enabled, the system will exchange identification passwords with
the station for up/down loading. When identification is positive, the two devices will disconnect and then the CA864 system will connect the station for up/down loading at the telephone set in menu 6.6.0.
When call back function is disabled and identification is positive, the system will switch over
to up/down load mode. Pressing 1 allows call back function. This is marked on the display by
ON.
Pressing 0 disallows call back function. This is marked on the display by OFF.
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5)Answer machine
0/1 ON
6.6.5. Answer machine
Allows or disallows answer machine function. An answer machine is an intelligent device
that can take on telephone conversations, faxes, etc.
When answer machine function is enabled, the system will ignore the first ring giving the
answering device a chance to take on the conversation. If within three minutes there is a
new incoming ring, the system will take on the conversation at the first ring impulse. The
number of ring impulses set in menu 6.6.3. must exceed the number of ring impulses set for
the answer machine.
When answer machine function is disabled, the system will answer after detecting the number of ring impulses set in menu 6.6.3.
Keying in 1 allows answer machine function. This is marked on the display by ON.
Keying in 0 disallows answer machine function. This is marked on the display by OFF.
Table 9 Contact ID Protocol Reports from CA864
CONTACT ID codes, transmitted from CA864 to central station
100
110
120
121
130
133
137
143
144
145
150
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
308
311
335
MEDICAL ALARM
FIRE ALARM
PANIC ALARM
DURESS
BURGLARY
24 HOUR
TAMPER
EXPANSION MODULE FAILURE
SENSOR TAMPER
EXPANSION MODULE TAMPER
24 HOUR NON-BURGLARY
SYSTEM TROUBLE
AC LOSS
LOW SYSTEM BATTERY
RAM CHECKSUM BAD
ROM CHECKSUM BAD
SYSTEM RESET
PANEL PROGRAM CHANGED
SYSTEM SHUT DOWN
BATTERY MISSING/DEAD
LOCAL PRINTER PAPER OUT
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337
350
354
400
401
403
406
408
409
411
412
455
570
574
601
602
621
625
627
628
LOCAL PRINTER FAILURE
EXP. MODULE DC LOSS
COMMUNICATION
FAIL TO COMMUNICATE
OPEN/CLOSE
OPEN/CLOSE BY USER
AUTOMATIC OPEN/CLOSE
CANCEL
QUICK ARM
KEYSWITCH OPEN/CLOSE
CALL BACK REQUEST MADE
SUCCESSFUL DOWNLOAD ACCESS
AUTO-ARM FAILED
ZONE BYPASS
GROUP BYPASS
MANUAL TRIGGER TEST
PERIODIC TEST REPORT
EVENT LOG RESET
TIME/DATE RESET
PROGRAM MODE ENTRY
PROGRAM MODE EXIT
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7)Peripherals
0)Printer
7. Peripherals
This menu is compatible with the peripheral devices Printer and Memory Card.
0)Printer
no printing
7.0. Printer
With the help of the arrows find the necessary printer command. Press ENT to confirm selection.
The printer commands are described in the table below.
Table 10 Printer Commands
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Function
no printing
Stops Log File printing in real time
test printer
Prints test page
Devices
Prints list of devices and thereto programmed parameters.
Zones
Prints list of zones and thereto programmed parameters.
Areas
Prints list of areas and thereto programmed parameters.
User codes
Prints list of user codes and thereto programmed parameters.
Time slots
Prints list of timeslots and thereto programmed parameters.
PGM
Prints list of PGM and thereto programmed parameters.
Functions
Prints list of functions and thereto programmed parameters.
System
Prints system parameters parameters of communicator, type of zone
balancing, etc.
UpDownLoad
Prints Up/DownLoad parameters.
Log File
Prints entire Log File.
online printing
Prints Log File in real time.
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7.1. Memory card
1)Memory Card
0)Upload to card
This submenu is used to store programme set parameters of the system on Memory Card carrier
or is used to programme/restore the programme set parameters of the system on Memory card
carrier.
7.1.0. Upload to card
0)Upload to Card
start?
After the Memory Card carrier is installed on the socket of the main panel, press ENT to start
recording system programme parameters to card. The display shows:
please wait…
When transfer is completed, the display shows:
transfer OK
The card can be removed from the socket of the main panel.
If a fault is found during the recording process, the display shows:
transfer error
The recording is not valid.
7.1.1. Download from card
1)Downl.FromCard
start?
After the Memory Card carrier is installed on the socket of the main panel, press ENT to start
recording system programme parameters from card to system. The display shows:
please wait…
When transfer is completed, the display shows:
transfer OK
The card can be removed from the socket of the main panel.
If a fault is found during the recording process, the display shows:
transfer error
The recording is not valid.
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8. System edit
8)System edit
0)Device config
This menu edits the system at device level.
Each system device has its own identification number set by the producer. When starting the system for
the first time, all devices connected to the bus are recorded in the main module. The detected devices
have to be adapted then to the system – configure their inputs and outputs, identify the area where the
keypads will indicate problems arising in devices.
During troubleshooting of any device in the system, a relief procedure is used to replace it with a working
one.
If system expansion is required, a relief procedure is used to connect the new device to the system.
8.0. Device config
0)Device config
DD Name Status
Devices included in the system can be configured in this submenu.
The number of the device to be configured must be set. This can be done by going through the list
of devices with the help of the arrows, or by keying in the number of the device.
The following information can be derived for every device on this list:
- DD – device number in the list of devices;
- Name – device name;
- Status – shows device status:
--> unused – no device assigned to this number;
--> unfixed – device assigned to this number; area not assigned to indicate DD Name Status
SNo:000512389050
device troubleshooting on keypad;
--> used – device connected to the system with assigned area to indicate device troubleshooting
on keypad;
--> removed – device, removed from system software;
--> disabled – device, temporarily removed from system;
SNo:000512389050
- SNo - the serial number of the device.
0)Inputs config
8.0.x.x.0. Inputs config
0)Inputs config
Inp.01=Zn.: 00
Configures selected device inputs, if any.
All available inputs are assigned a number to represent the input in the system.
Inputs, not to be used, are assigned 00.
8.0.x.x.1. Outputs config
1)Outputs config
Out.01=PGM: 00
Configures selected device outputs, if any.
All available outputs are assigned a number to represent the output in the system.
Outputs, not to be used, are assigned 00.
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8.0.x.x.2. Assign trouble
2)Assign trouble
to Area N: 01
A number is given to the area with the keypad displaying trouble reports in selected devices.
This is usually the area that the system LCD keypad is attached to.
8.0.x.x.3. Disable
3)Disable
disable?
Temporarily disables the system to work with selected device. This option is used when
replacing a troubleshooting device with a new one of the same type. The parameters/configurations of the selected device are stored in the system memory.
After confirmation by pressing ENT, the selected device is temporarily cut off from the system.
8.0.x.x.4. Enable
4)Enable
enable?
Enables the system to work with a device which has been temporarily been disabled.
Note: The same device, which had been disabled, has to be connected to the bus.
After confirmation by pressing ENT the selected device is again connected to the system.
8.0.x.x.5. Remove
5)Remove
remove?
The selected device is removed from the list of system devices.
Note: Following this command all settings of the selected device are nullified.
After confirmation by pressing ENT, the selected device is removed from the system.
8.0.x.x.6. Replace device
6)Replace device
With Device:
Used for replacing troubleshooting device with good device.
During this command the parameters of the same type device are transferred to the new
device.
The number for the existing device of the same type is indicated and confirmed by pressing
ENT.
8.1. Add hardware
1)Add hardware
start PnP?
Triggers a procedure to detect new devices connected to the bus.
After the procedure the new devices are added to the system device list and marked as unfixed.
8.2. Info
MotherboardSoft.
version: 2.2
The software version of the MainBoard is indicated.
9. Engineer out
9)Engineer out
good bye?
Programming mode is exited after confirmation by pressing ENT.
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Supplement A Time Slot Adjustment
The term Time Slot is used to represent a set of functions related to time intervals. A time slot is used to
automate operations fixed in time, which are periodically repeated by the security system. Such operations can be:
Managing programmable input (e.g. managing door access)
Turning on lights
Automatic arming or disarming security
Restricting user code access
Automatic setting up of temporary passage routes in secured site.
CA864 can organize time slots to help solve tasks related to automation of periodically recurring operations.
A user code access restriction will be analysed as example. The table sets the requirements for the time
slot.
In fact, the table sets the times when the time slot should remain active.
This time slot will remain inactive over non-working days.
Week Days
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
From
To
12:30
18:45
08:30
18:45
08:30
18:45
08:30
21:45
08:30
18:45
08:30
17:45
All day
Hollydays:
1 January
3 March
24 May
1 August to 23 August
25 December to 31 December
The table indicates that four regular time slots would be needed, respectively:
for Monday
for Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
for Thursday
for Saturday
HolidaySlot number
No time slot is needed for Sunday.
The time slot adjustment for the described scheme should
begin by configuring the non-working days in HolidaySlot in
menu 1.2.
Five HolidaySlot type time slots would be needed. Their numbers and configuration are shown in the table.
01
02
03
04
05
From
01/01
03/03
24/05
01/08
25/12
To
01/01
03/03
24/05
23/08
31/12
The configuration of these HolidaySlot type time slots should be done through extended XHolidaySlot
type time slots in menu 1.3. Two XHolidaySlot type time slots would be needed, because each can hold
up to 4 HolidaySlot type time slots.
The HolidaySlots numbered 01, 02, 03 and 04 can be set in XHolidaySlot numbered 31 (in menu 1.3.3.1.),
and the HolidaySlot numbered 05 in XHolidaySlot numbered 32 (in menu 1.3.3.2.).
The final configuration of the non-working days is done in XXHolidaySlot type time slot in menu 1.4. The
XHolidaySlots numbered 31 and 32 are set XXHolidaySlot numbered 41 (in menu 1.4.4.1.).
Thus XXHoliday Slot 41 covers all specified holidays.
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Next follows adjustment of time slots by days of the week. This is done in menu 1.0. The table gives the
numbers of the time slots and their configuration. The XXHolidaySlot number 41, already preset, has
been configured as HolidaySlot for each time slot.
TimeSlot number
01
02
03
04
From
12:30
08:30
08:30
08:30
To
18:45
18:45
21:45
17:45
Week Days
M------ TW - F - ---T-------S-
HolidaySlot number
41
41
41
41
All these time slots have to be configured in one time slot, which meets the restriction, set at the very
beginning.
Time slots 01, 02, 03 and 04 are recorded in the XtimeSlot type time slot (in menu 1.1.) numbered 21.
Now, every user code, area with enabled automatic arming and disarming of security, programmable
output, etc., for which a time slot numbered 21 is set, will function according to the described scheme.
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Supplement B User Programmable Menu Chart
Arming
3) Full arming
01 Area name
4) Stay arming
5) Force arming
01 Area name
01 Area name
...
...
...
16 Area name
16 Area name
16 Area name
6) Instant arming
7) ARM all area
01 Area name
...
16 Area name
Disarming
01 Area name
...
16 Area name
Programming
1) Own code
0) Rename
1) Change code
2) User codes
C.01 - Code Name
...
C.96 - Code Name
0) Rename code
1) Change code
2) User rights
11 13 15
12 14 16
3) Time set
4) Engineer rights
1) Areas: 910
0) UnlockEngineer
3) User Attributes
1) UDL user codes
4) User Time Slot
5) Chime
6) LCD settings
0) Areas: 12345678
5) User Proxi Card
0) Add Card
0) Contrast
1) Arm/D Rights
1) Back light
2) Entry Rights
2) Private Display
3) Remove Card
3) Edit Logo
Memory (Log file)
0) All Areas
1) Select Area
TRBL (troubles)
BPS (Bypass zone)
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01 Area name
...
16 Area name
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Supplement C: Trobleshooting
All table addresses belong to CA864 engineer programming, unless explicitly stated otherwise.
Call the manufacturer’s service station where the provided recommendations are of no avail.
Problem
Suggested remedy
No siren sound
signal during
keypad indication
of an area alarm
event.
There are two programme options for PGM siren control.
The first programming option applies to a common system siren. In this case event
number 11 (Siren) event of the SystStat area can be programmed at address 4.0.x.x.1,
where x.x. is the number of the respective PGM. In this case no restoration events must
be programmed – neither event, nor time. During output performance the programme
will account for the duration of the alarm cycle and for any premature introduction of the
user code for stopping the siren.
The second siren programming option requires the areas, for which the alarm events
are to be reported, to be specified. This is done by selecting the Audible alarm A event
and introducing the number of the respective areas at address 4.0.x.x.0, where x.x. is
again the number of the respective PGM.
For further details on the performance for arming and restoring programmable outputs
see the CA864 Programming Guide.
The zone, which causes the alarm, must further be checked for a preset Steady alarm
configuration. This can be done at address 3.0.z.z.3., where z.z. is the number of the
respective zone.
Programming PRG must observe the fact that the dependencies AND or OR between
events cannot be programmed. Where this is required, the functions described at
addresses 4.1.f.f., are to be used, where f.f. denotes the function number. For more
information on constructing the functions see the CA864 Programming Guide.
Finally, the programmed Bell cut-off times must be checked at address 5.0.a.a.4, where
a.a. indicates the area number. This time shall be other than 0.
The following programmes must have been implemented in order for the proximity card
to activate the reader built-in output:
- the numbers of those areas that will have their doors opened, shall be marked
at address 2.0.c.c.4.2., where c.c. denotes the number of the respective code;
- the numbers of the areas that this reader will function with, shall be recorded at
address 5.1.d.d.0 and 5.1.d.d.1, where d.d. denotes the number of the
respective proximity-reader;
- the code does not need to be assigned rights to work with those areas that will
have their doors opened. Such programming will authorize the code to control
the security of the respective areas, which shall be undesirable in most cases.
A proximity card used to control the security of an area can be written to any code in the
system. This function can be programmed as follows:
- the right to work with an area or areas can be programmed as user code at
address 2.0.c.c.1.0 and 2.0.c.c.1.1, where c.c. denotes the respective user
code;
- Full Arming and/or Disarming rights can be programmed as the user code at
address 2.0.c.c.2.
- the number of the area, whose security will be controlled at address
2.0.c.c.4.1., can be programmed for the proximity card as the user code.
The availability of a code combination and a proximity card are admissible for user
code.
The following settings have to be programmed for the communicator:
- at least one telephone number for communicating with the central station. The
telephones can be programmed at address 6.0.1, 6.0.2, 6.0.3 and 6.0.4.
- the ID number of the respective area can be set at address 6.1.a.a.
- groups of events for the selected area can be allowed to be transmitted at
addresses 6.3.0.a.a.0, 6.3.0.a.a.1 and 6.3.0.a.a.2.
- system events can be allowed to be transmitted at address 6.3.1.
- the time and period for automatic text message transmission can be set at
address 6.4.
Contact ID is the protocol for transmitting messages to the central station.
The reader built-in
output cannot arm
the system
programmed
proximity card.
The system
programmed
proximity card
cannot control
area security.
The
communicator
does not function.
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Supplement C: Trobleshooting cont.
Problem
Suggested remedy
The
communicator
engages the
telephone line but
disengages it in
about 5 seconds
without having
accomplished any
dialling.
The panel does
not properly
detect the zones
during
programmed
coupling of the
zones.
It is possible that the dial signal contains unusual settings. In such case the dial tone
detector can be turned off at address 6.2.
If still the monitoring centre perceives no messages, the control panel must be serviced
at the manufacturer’s service station.
How to
programme
arming of an area
with minimum
user actions.
Is it possible to
arm all system
areas by one
command?
Is it possible to
disarm all system
areas by one
command?
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Twice the number of inputs is indicated in the module input lists when programming the
Double zones function. The correspondence of the listed inputs to the actual inputs can
be determined by the following formulae:
- IN (x) – where ? is within the interval from 1 and the actual number of inputs of
the module N – corresponds to the group of detectors with a 1 kΩ resistor
connected in parallel to its contacts
- IN (x+N) – where ? is within the interval from 1 to the actual number of inputs of
the module N – corresponds to the group of detectors with a 2.2 kΩ resistor
connected in parallel to its contacts
Example: Inputs numbered 1 to 8 will be seen in the list of inputs for MRI4/8 module.
The inputs are allocated as follows:
- the inputs numbered IN1 and IN5 on the list are connected to the module IN1
input.
- the inputs numbered IN2 and IN6 on the list are connected to the module IN2
input.
- the inputs numbered IN3 and IN7 on the list are connected to the module IN1
input.
- the inputs numbered IN4 and IN8 on the list are connected to the module IN1
input.
If zone numbers are programmed for IN1=01 and for IN5=02, then:
- the detector outputs, connected to a 1 kΩ resistor, will arm 01 zone
- the detector outputs, connected to a 2.2 kΩ resistor, will arm 02 zone
An area can be programmed to be armed by pressing a single button without the need
to enter a user code. The following programming is required:
- the option One touch arming is programmed at address 5.0.a.a.1. for an area
numbered ?.?.
Depending on the settings, two arming scenarios are available with the keyboard:
- the keyboard is programmed to work with only one area in the system – single
press the ARM button
- the keyboard is programmed to work with more than one area in the system –
single press the ARM button and position the arrows over the selected area.
Confirm the selection by single pressing the ENT button.
It is possible to programme area arming by entering a user code and then pressing a
single button. The respective user code has to be programmed to work only with the
specific area and to be allowed only Full arming and Disarming parameters.
The keyboard sequence operations are:
- enter user code and press ARM. This sequence does not depend on the
programming of the keyboard in the system.
It is possible to arm all areas that a given user code is authorized to work with. The
sequence is as follows:
- introduce a user code with programmed rights for at least two types of arming
- single press ARM
- select number 7 from the list of possible arming modes – ARM ALL.
No.
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Supplement C: Trobleshooting cont.
Problem
Suggested remedy
The system sirens
turn on when
leaving engineer
programming.
The system has 24 hour armed zones. Most frequently these are module or detector
tampers.
The cause for the alarm must be verified in the list of events. System module alarms
contain the number of the module with a tamper – d03, which means tamper in module
3. Either the tamper in the module should be removed, or its indication must be
prohibited at address 8.0.d.d.ENT.2, where the value of 00 is introduced.
One reason could be the incorrect setting of the identification numbers on the panel and
the programming computer at the respective addresses 6.6.2. and 6.6.1.
Check the settings for Number of rings at address 6.6.3. It must not be 0.
Check the settings for the Call back function at address 6.6.4. If it has been allowed,
introduce the telephone number of the programming computer at address 6.6.0.
Check the settings of the Answer machine function at address 6.6.5. If it has been
allowed to operate with the programming computer, it has to observe the algorithm of
this function as described in the Programming Guide.
Where all settings have been correctly programmed, check the settings of the
programming computer. If these are correct, the control panel must be serviced in the
manufacturer’s service station.
The reasonable number of detectors for single zoning is 10. This is brought about by
the additional resistance, which is induced in the signal line of the detector by the 10 or
15 Ω protective resistors, installed sequentially on the relay contacts in the detectors. In
the case of 10 detectors, the additional resistance becomes 100 Ω, and together with
the resistance of the signal line (conductor) can cause serious error in detection.
The recommended number of detectors for double zoning is up to 2 per zone or 4 per
input. The reason for this restriction is the error imported from cable resistances and the
protective resistors in the detectors.
The programmable output used must be checked whether it has been programmed for
the actual module output in the system.
An immediate test of the output can be performed at address 0.3. Position over the
output and alternatively change the statutes by pressing buttons 1 and 0.
If this test is positive, the programming of the output must be checked at address
4.0.o.o., where o.o. represents the number of the programmable output.
From an LCD keyboard connected to the system.
From a servicing LCD keyboard – any LCD864 which can be connected to the system
by pressing the PRG button.
From a remote programming computer, UDLManager software and a telephone line.
From a remote programming computer, UDLManager software and a special APC864
cable.
It is quite possible for the supplemented device to exceed the system restrictions for
modules. The maximum number of modules is 15 (without the control panel).
It is more probable that the supplemented module used to be part of a functioning
security system. In such case it must have been removed without the Remove
command to have been fulfilled. Thus, the settings of the previous system have
remained in its power autonomous memory, which now impede its unification with the
new one.
There are three solution to this situation:
- incorporating the module into the old system and performing a Remove
command
- connecting the module to a control panel and an LCD keyboard, resetting the
system and performing a Remove command
- resetting the security system.
No connection to
the programming
computer even
though all remote
programming
parameters
having been
programmed.
What is the
maximum number
of detectors per
input.
A programmable
output does not
function.
What are the
probabilities to
programme the
engineer settings
in the system?
A module
supplemented to
the system does
not appear in the
list of modules at
address 8.0.
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Guarantee
During the guarantee period the manufacturer shall, at its sole discretion, replace or repair any
defective product when it is returned to the factory. All parts replaced and/or repaired shall be covered
for the remainder of the original guarantee, or for ninety (90) days, whichever period is longer. The
original purchaser shall immediately send manufacturer a written notice of the defective parts or
workmanship, which written notice must in all cases be received prior to expiry of the guarantee.
International Guarantee
Foreign customers shall enjoy the same guarantee rights as those enjoyed by any customer in Bulgaria, except that manufacturer shall not be liable for any related customs
duties, taxes or VAT, which may be payable.
Guarantee Procedure
This guarantee will be granted when the appliance in question is returned. The manufacturer shall
accept no product whatsoever, of which no prior notice has been received.
Conditions for waiving the guarantee
This guarantee shall apply to defects in products resulting only from improper materials or
workmanship, related to its normal use. It shall not cover:
§ Damages resulting from transportation and handling;
§ Damages caused by natural calamities, such as fire, floods, storms, earthquakes or lightning;
§ Damages caused by incorrect voltage, accidental breakage or water; beyond the control of
the manufacturer;
§ Damages caused by unauthorized system incorporation, changes, modifications or
surrounding objects:
§ Damages caused by peripheral appliances (unless such peripheral appliances have been
supplied by the manufacturer:
§ Defects caused by inappropriate surrounding of installed products;
§ Damages caused by failure to use the product for its normal purpose; Damages caused by
improper maintenance;
§ Damages resulting from any other cause, bad maintenance or product misuse.
Waiver
This Guarantee shall contain the entire guarantee and shall be prevailing over any and all other
guarantees, explicit or implicit (including any implicit guarantees on behalf of the dealer, or adaptability
to specific purposes), and over any other responsibilities or liabilities on behalf of the manufacturer.
The manufacturer does neither agree, nor empower, any person, acting on his own behalf, to modify
or alter this Guarantee, nor to replace it with another guarantee, or another liability with regard to this
product.
Unwarranted Services
The manufacturer shall repair or replace unwarranted products, which have been returned to its
factory, at its sole discretion under the conditions below. The manufacturer shall accept no products
for which no prior notice has been received.
The products, which the manufacturer deems repairable, will be repaired and returned. The
manufacturer has prepared a price list and those products, which can be repaired, shall be paid for
every repaired appliance.
The closest equivalent product, available at the time, shall replace the products manufacturer deems
unrepairable. The current market price shall be charged for every replaced product.
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In the case of a reasonable number of unsuccessful attempts to repair the product, covered by this
guarantee, the manufacturer’s liability shall be limited to the replacement of the product as the sole
compensation for breach of the guarantee. Under no circumstances shall the manufacturer be liable
for any special, accidental or consequential damages, on the grounds of breach of guarantee, breach
of agreement, negligence, or any other legal notion.
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