5207 Programming Manual
Section 7
Programming: Step-by-Step Complete Reference
The Model 5230 Remote Annunciator is for programming the 5207 panel. You must be in
Step Programming Mode (also known as mode 27) to program the panel. See the following
sections for details.
7.1
Using Step Programming
Enter Step
Programming mode
Press 2 7 ENTER , followed by the code that has been programmed as code 0 (the
factory programmed value for code 0 is 123456). If you have entered mode 27
correctly, the display will show 1 PWR UP CLR (Step 1, Power-up Clear). Press
ENTER to make selections for this step. Press ENTER again to move to the next
step.
Note: If you receive a trouble beep and the message TRY AGAIN appears, either you are
not using the correct code 0, or the EEPROM could be malfunctioning. If the problem is the
EEPROM, you must obtain a new default EEPROM from Silent Knight.
Exit Step Programming
Press
Moving through the
Steps and Sub-Steps
To move sequentially through the options:
Press ENTER until you reach the step (option) you want to program.
STEP STEP CLEAR CLEAR
. You will return to normal operation.
To go directly to step:
If you know the step you want to go to, you can save time by moving directly to
the step. Press STEP STEP . Enter the desired step number, then press ENTER . The
new step will be displayed.
To go to directly a sub-step:
Some steps contain sub-steps (see the diagram on the next page for an example).
To go to a particular sub-step, first go to the step. Then, press STEP followed by
the substep number and press ENTER . For example, to go to step 14.2, you would
press the following sequence of keys: STEP STEP 1 4 ENTER STEP 2
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Selecting Options
Scrolling
For most options, you enter numbers in the same way as if you were using a
calculator. The digits appear on the right side of the display and scroll to the left as
you continue to enter data.
Toggling
In some steps, pressing a key will cause the corresponding digit to appear and
disappear on the display. When a digit appears, it indicates that the option is
selected. A dash indicates that the option is not selected. In the following
example, options 1, 5, and 7 are selected:
Entering numbers greater than 9
Use the SHIFT key as shown below to enter numbers
10-15. Hexadecimal digits (in parentheses) appear on the screen to represent these
numbers.
SHIFT 1
SHIFT 2
SHIFT 3
SHIFT 4
SHIFT 5
SHIFT 6
7-2
= 10 (A)
= 11 (B)
= 12 (C)
= 13 (D)
= 14 (E)
= 15 (F)
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Programming Examples
The following examples demonstrate how to use Step Programming. The selections you
make in each installation will vary depending on each customer’s needs. The way you move
through Mode 27 may also vary from how it is described here.
Example 1: Programming
Location Description Names
Suppose you want to program
the Model 5230 Annunciator to
display meaningful location
names for Zones 3 and 5. The
words you wish to display are
GARAGE for Zone 3 and EAST
OFFICE for Zone 5. These
words are part of the 5230
library of names and can be
selected using Step
Programming. See Table 2-2 for
a complete list of words
contained in the library.
One-Word Display
1.
From the 1 PWR UP CLR display, press
26.1.
2.
Press
3.
ENTER
read
26.3 .
Press
1
2
to go to Step
until you reach Zone 3. The first line of the LCD will
as many times as necessary until the word GARAGE is dis-
played on the LCD. Press
ENTER
to select.
Two-Word Display
To program Zone 5 to display EAST OFFICE, you will have an
additional step since you are programming two words instead of one.
1. If necessary, enter Step Programming mode from the Date/Time display by pressing
2.
2 7 ENTER ,
then enter your access code.
From the 1 PWR UP CLR display, press 2 6 ENTER to go to Step
26.1. (If you are already in Step 26, just press STEP , then the number of the zone you want to change and press
3.
Press
read
ENTER
ENTER .)
until you reach Zone 5. The first line of the LCD will
26.5 .
4.
Press 1 as many times as necessary until the word EAST is displayed on the LCD.
5.
To add the second word, press
2
Example 2: Adding a New
Access Code
6 ENTER
1.
7 ENTER
2
until you reach OFFICE. Press
to select.
If necessary, enter Step Programming mode from the Date/Time display by pressing
2 7 ENTER ,
then enter your access code.
2
2
ENTER .
2.
From the 1 PWR UP CLR display, press
3.
Press
4.
Press the number of the code you want to add or change. Press
STEP
.
ENTER .
5.
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ENTER .
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7.2
Step Programming Options
This section is organized in step order and provides complete instructions for each step.
Step 1. Power Up Clear
Display
Description
The two digits of this step are used to program two options, BELL TEST AT
RESTORE (digit 1) and DEFAULT MODE (power up) REPORTING (digit
2).
Digit 1:
0 = No bell test at restore.
8 = Bell test will occur at restore.
Digit 2:
0 = A report will not be sent if the system enters power up mode.
1 = An "open" report will be sent if the system enters power up mode.
Example 1: If you select "80" for this step, a bell test will occur at restore (digit 1) and no report will occur if the system enters power up mode (digit 2).
Example 2: If you select "01" for this step, a bell test will not occur at restore
(digit 1) and the system will report "Open" if it enters power up mode (digit 2).
Step 2. Device Enables
Display
Description
Step 2 allows you to enable the dialer, printer, and 24-volt smoke power.
0 = Dialer. The dialer must be enabled. Do not change the factory programming.
1 = Printer. Enable the printer if your installation includes a 5260 printer interface. (The 5260 is not UL listed for use with the 5207.)
7 = 24-V System. Enables 24V power. Do NOT disable.
2 - 6 = Unused. These digits are reserved by the manufacturer for future use.
Leave these blank at all times.
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Step 3. More System Options
Display
Description
Step 3 allows you to select seven system options shown below. To select an
option, press its number.
0 = Cadenced pulsing of bells. If you select this option, bells will pulse in
the pattern shown below (for customizing patterns, refer to Steps 27 and 28):
3.5 seconds on, .5 seconds off
3.5 seconds on, .5 seconds off
3.5 seconds on, 4.5 seconds off
1 = Code required at the panel. If you select this option, users will have to
enter a code to perform tasks on the built-in touchpad.
2 = Trouble alert tone used for pre-alarm sound. If you choose this option
the built-in trouble alert will sound when a trouble condition occurs.
3 = Pulsing fire bells. Select this option if you want fire alarm bells to pulse
one second on, one second off. (If you want fire bells to have cadenced
pulsing instead of one second on, one second off pulsing, choose both this
option AND cadenced pulsing.)
4 = Trouble alert tone will sound during smoke delays. If you choose this
option, the built-in trouble alert sounder will sound when a trouble condition
occurs.
5 = Report fast restores. This option causes restores that occur as soon as the
alarm situation is corrected instead of waiting for the shutdown time.
6 = Must be enabled. Do NOT de-select.
7 = Time displays in military format. If you select this option, the system
time will display in the 24-hour military format instead of the 12-hour with
AM/PM format.
Step 4. Display Rate
Display
Description
The two digits of this step are used to program two options that have to do
with the Model 5230 Remote Annunciator.
Digit 1 = The rate that the 5230 LCD displays text, that is, how long a
display stays on the LCD. The choices are:
0 = 0.5 sec
1 = 1 sec
2 = 1.5 sec
3 = 3 sec
Digit 2 = Maximum number of supervised annunciators. Enter 0-7. "0"
means no annunciators will be supervised.
Example:
Entering "14" for this step indicates that all annunciators will display text for 1
second (Digit 1) and your installation has 4 (1-4) annunciators (Digit 2).
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Step 5. Miscellaneous Options
Display
Description
Step 5 is for programming several system options, including bell supervision.
0 = Walk tests will be reported. Select this option if you want walk tests
reported to the central station.
1 = A feature that makes the system clock more accurate. Do NOT deselect.
2 = Ground fault detection enabled. This is required. Do NOT de-select.
3 = Sequential bell test. Enabling this option means that when a dialer test or
power-up occurs, the four bells will ring sequentially (first bell 1, then bell 2
and so on), instead of all four at the same time.
4 = Bell 1 is supervised. This option must be enabled if bell 1 is used.
5 = Bell 2 is supervised. This option must be enabled if bell 2 is used.
6 = Bell 3 is supervised. This option must be enabled if bell 3 is used.
7 = Bell 4 is supervised. This option must be enabled if bell 4 is used.
Step 6. Internal Zone Options
Display
Description
Step 6 is for programming various options for zones 1-8. To select an option
for a zone, go to the appropriate substep and enter the zone number. (Options
for expansion zones 9-16 are programmed in Step 7.)
Example:
Suppose you want zones 2 and 3 to be pre-alarm delayed. Pre-alarm delays are
programmed at Step 6.8. Press "23" at Step 6.8.
24 Hour alarmZones will be active 24 hours. Must be selected for all zones.
Do NOT change the factory programming for this step.
Trouble SupervisedSelect zones that will be supervised for trouble (typically this is all zones).
Option not used. Do NOT select anything.
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Display
Description
Normally Open zonesZones will be Normally Open. Must be selected for
all zones. Do NOT change the factory programming for this step (NFPA requires that all fire zones be programmed as N.O. supervised).
Steps 6.5 and 6.6 are for programming zone response time. For more information see “Programming Zone
Response Time”, especially if you have never programmed loop response times with the 5207.
Use this step to select the 3-to-4 second or 30-to-40 second response times for
zones 1-8. Select the zone numbers of the zones that should have either of
these speeds. For the 30-to-40 second speed, you will have to enter the zone
numbers again in Step 6.6. Note that the default for all zones is 3 to 4
seconds. You will need to de-select any zones that should not have the 3-to-4
or 30-to-40 response times by pressing the zone number so that it is not
displayed on the LCD. See Table 6-1.
Use this step to select the 15-to-20 second or 30-to-40 second response times
for zones 1 to 8. Select the numbers of the zones that should have either of
these speeds. For the 30-40 second speed, you should also have entered the
zone numbers in Step 6.5. Be sure to de-select any zones that should not be
displayed in this step. See Table 6-1.
Programming Zone Response Time (Steps 6.5 & 6.6)
There are four possible response times. To program the response times, select the zone number
that should have that response time in Steps 6.5 and 6.6, as follows:
Table 6-1 Steps 6.5 and 6.6 Programming
Desired Speed
for Zone
0.094 - 0.25 seconds
Step 6.5
Step 6.6
Explanation
Do not select zone
number.
Do not select zone
number.
Leave the zone number blank in
both steps for any zones that
should have this response time.
Note: This very fast response time can increase the possibility of false alarms, since transients and other
interference can set off alarm conditions in such a short time span. Silent Knight recommends that you
do not use this response time unless you have to (because, for example, the installation you are
protecting requires this quick a response time even if false alarms could result).
3 to 5 seconds
Select zone number.
Do not select zone
number.
In Step 6.5 only, select the zone
number of zones 1-8 that should
have this response time.
15 to 20 seconds
Do not select zone
number.
Select zone number.
In Step 6.6 only, select the zone
number of zones 1-8 that should
have this response time.
30 to 40 seconds
Select zone
number.
Select zone number.
In both Steps 6.5 and 6.6, select
the zone number of zones 1-8
that should have this response
time.
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Example:
To program an 8-zone installation where you want loop response speeds to be as follows:
Zone 1: 0.094 - 0.125 sec.
Zones 2-5: 3-4 sec.
Zones 6-7: 15-20 sec.
Zone 8: 30-40 sec.
Do This:
In Step 6.5, select zones 2, 3, 4, 5, and 8. Make sure
In Step 6.6, select zones 6, 7, and 8. Make sure that
that zone 1 is not selected. Your LCD would appear as zone 1 is not selected. Your LCD would appear as
shown below:
shown below:
Display
Description
Not used. Do not select any zones for this option.
Pre-alarm delay. Use this step to select a pre-alarm delay for zones 1 to 8.
When this delay is selected for a zone, it means that the panel will not
immediately go into alarm. Alarm responses and reporting will be delayed for
the programmed duration (duration programmed in Step 20.3). Any outputs
programmed for pre-alarm (in Step 23.1) will activate. At the end of the prealarm time, if the alarm has not been reset, the panel will go into alarm.
Smoke verification delay. For use with smoke detectors only (not for
manual pull stations). Use this step to select any zones that will be controlled
by a smoke detector delay. This means that the smoke detector will delay for
a specified amount of time before responding to an alarm condition. (The
duration of the delay is programmed in Step 20.4.)
Can be disabled. For zones 1-8, enter the number of zones that can be
disabled.
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Step 7. External Zone Options
Display
Description
24 Hour alarmZones will be active 24 hours. Must be selected for all
zones. Do NOT change the factory programming for this step.
Trouble supervisedFor zones 9 to 16, enter the number of zones that will
be trouble supervised.
Not used. Do NOT select any zones for this option.
This step sets all expansion zones as Normally Open. Do not change the
factory programming for this step.
Use this step to select the 3-to-4 second or 30-to-40 second loop response time
for zones 9 to 16. If you need more information about how to program loop
response time, see the explanation at Steps 6.5 and 6.6.
Use this step to select the 15-to-20 second or 30-to-40 second loop response
time for zones 9 to 16. If you need more information about how to program
loop response time, see the explanation at Steps 6.5 and 6.6.
Not used. Do not select any zones for this option.
Pre-alarm delay. Use this step to select a pre-alarm delay for zones 1 to 8.
When this delay is selected for a zone, it means that the panel will not
immediately go into alarm. Alarm responses and reporting will be delayed for
the programmed duration (duration programmed in Step 20.3). Any outputs
programmed for pre-alarm (in Step 23.1) will activate. At the end of the prealarm time, if the alarm has not been reset, the panel will go into alarm.
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Display
Description
Smoke verification delay. Use for smoke detectors only (not for manual pull
switches) to select zones that will be controlled by a smoke detector delay.
This means that the smoke detector will delay for a specified amount of time
before responding to an alarm condition. (The duration of the delay is
programmed in Step 20.4.)
Can be disabled. For zones 9-16, enter the number of zones that can be
shunted.
Step 8. Number of Zones
Display
Description
Enter the total number of zones. Do not enter more zones then the installation has. Doing so will trigger an alarm.
Note: The last internal zone must be 8 unless the 5210 is used. Entering a larger number will trigger an alarm condition and you could experience difficulty
returning to programming mode. If this occurs, press the following keys rapidly, repeating the sequence several times if necessary:
ALARM RESET ENTER
(code)
2
7 ENTER
(code)
ENTER
Step 9. Dialer Options
Display
Description
0 = Retry if fail. If you want the 5207 to try again to send a report 15 minutes
after all previous attempts have failed, select 0.
1 = Enable phone line 2. Choose if using a second phone line with the
system.
2 = Not used. Do NOT select.
3 = Ground start. Must be selected for installations using a ground start
telephone network. Ground start cannot be supervised by the line monitors as
there is no DC voltage normally present. This option should not be used in
UL installations.
4 = Enable phone line monitor.
5 = Answer ring detect. Select if you want to the panel to answer after the
specified number of rings for an up/download from a computer. The number
of rings is programmed in step 13.
6 = Not used. Do NOT select.
7 = Enable up/downloading. Select this option if you will be using up/
downloading with the system.
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Step 10. Total Number of Attempts
Display
Description
Total number of attempts to dial. Select a number from 5 to 15. For a
local-only system, select "0" for this step and for Step 11.
Step 11. Number of Events Before Dialer Failed
Display
Description
Number of dialing attempts before the system locally annunciates a dialer
failed condition. For a local-only system (no report to central station), select
“0" for this step and for Step 10.
Step 12. Low AC Hours
Display
Description
Number of hours (6-12) that AC is low before system reports AC TROUBLE.
UL requires a range of 6-12 hours.
Step 13. Number of Rings
Display
Description
Number of rings before panel answers for up/downloading. Enter a
number from 1 to 15, or enter 0 if not used. If you are using this option, you
must also select options “5” and “7” in step 9.
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Step 14. Report to Telephone Numbers
Display
Description
The phone number to which alarms should be reported.
Select 1-4 for phone numbers 1-4.
1 = Report alarms to phone number 1
2 = Report alarms to phone number 2
3 = Report alarms to phone number 3
4 = Report alarms to phone number 4
The phone number to which troubles should be reported.
Select 5-8 for phone numbers 1-4.
5 = Report troubles to phone number 1
6 = Report troubles to phone number 2
7 = Report troubles to phone number 3
8 = Report troubles to phone number 4
Example:
Selecting "15" for this step indicates that both alarms and troubles will be
reported to telephone number 1.
The phone number to which disabled zones should be reported. Select 14 for phone numbers 1-4.
The phone number to which restores should be reported. Select 5-8 for
phone numbers 1-4.
(This step is programmed the same as 14.1. See the explanation for Step 14.1
if you need more information.)
The phone number to which open resets should be reported. Select 1-4 for
phone numbers 1-4.
Not used. Do NOT select digits 5-8.
Not used. Do NOT select digits 1-4.
The phone number to which tests should be reported. Select 5-8 for phone
numbers 1-4.
The number to which reports MUST be sent. Select 1-4 for phone numbers
1-4. This means that if the dialer is not able to report to this number, a failed
message will automatically be generated.
Select 5-8 according to the following:
5 = Line 1 is Touch-Tone.
6 = Line 2 is Touch-Tone.
7 = Use Touch-Tone only.
8 = Enable 16-zone reporting.
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Step 15. Computer Phone Number
Display
Description
Enter the phone number the system will dial to up- or download system
data.
Entering Phone Numbers
Phone numbers are 16 digits maximum. Besides numbers, you can enter
characters representing a pause, * (star or asterisk key), # (number sign or
pound key), and a second dial tone (see example).
Example:
o utside
lin e
"1" precedin g lon g distance #
9A1D8885551212
To E n ter:
P ress:
L C D D isp la y s:
P a u se
S H IFT 1
A
*
S H IFT 2
B
#
S H IFT 3
C
S H IFT 4
D
p au se 2 nd
d ial to ne
2 n d d ia l to n e
Step 16. Central Station Phone Numbers
Display
Description
The 5207 can report to four different central station telephone numbers.
Two are required. Enter the numbers in Steps 16.1 - 16.4.
See Step 15 if you need to know how to select digits and special
characters for phone numbers.
Steps 16.2 through 16.4 are programmed in the same way. Step 16.2 is
for phone #2, 16.3 is for phone #3, 16.4 is for phone #4. (Default is blank
for Steps 16.2-16.4.)
Step 17. Central Station Account Numbers
Display
Description
Enter central station account #1. If the account number is less than six
digits, you must enter leading zeros.
Steps 17.2 through 17.4 are programmed in the same way. Step 17.2 is for
account #2, 17.3 is for account #3, 17.4 is for account #4. (Default is
blank for Steps 17.2-17.4.)
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Step 18. Dialer Format and Number of Attempts
Display
Description
Digit 1 = Enter the number of attempts for account number 1. This
number is how many times the dialer will attempt to report to this account
number before switching to the next number. (If only one account
number is used, this number must be the same as Step 10.)
Digit 2 = Enter the reporting format to be used for account number 1.
(Formats described in Section 8.)
Options:
0 = SIA8
1 = FSK1
2 = Not used (do NOT select)
3 = BFSK14
4 = BFSK23
5 = SIA20
6 = SK 4+2
Steps 18.2 - 18.4 are programmed in the same way. Step 18.2 is for
account #2, 18.3 is for account #3, 18.4 is for account #4.
Step 19. Telephone Line to Use for Accounts
Display
Description
Program options for account number 1.
1 = Use line 1 only.
2 = Use line 2 only.
3 = 9000 Direct line (no dial tone); do not use.
0 and 4-9 are not used. Do NOT Select.
If two lines are programmed, the panel automatically switches from line 1
to line 2. Use this step only if you have two different types of phone lines;
for example, line 1 is loop start and line 2 is a PBX that requires a “9” or
other number before to dial out.
Steps 19.2 - 19.4 are programmed in the same way. Step 19.2 is for
account #2, 19.3 is for account #3, 19.4 is for account #4.
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Step 20. Duration of Delays
Display
Description
Bell Shutdown Time (1-255)
Divide by 10 and enter the number indicating the time that you want
audio alarms to be active.
Example:
Suppose you want audio alarms to be active for 900 seconds (or 15
minutes). Enter 900 divided by 10 or “90”.
Common shutdown times:
5 minutes = 300 seconds.
10 minutes = 600 seconds.
15 minutes = 900 seconds.
20 minutes = 1200 seconds.
25 minutes = 1500 seconds.
30 minutes = 1800 seconds.
Enter “30.”
Enter “60.”
Enter “90.”
Enter “120.”
Enter “150.”
Enter “180.”
Step 20.2 is not used.
Do NOT change the factory-programmed setting of “30”.
Use this step to program the duration (1-255 sec.) of the pre-alarm delay.
Use this step to set the duration (1-255 sec.) of the smoke verification
delay.
Use this step to program the number of seconds (2-7 sec.) it will take
smoke detectors to reset. Refer to the manufacturer’s specification sheet
for the times approved for your smoke detectors.
Step 20.6 is not used.
Do NOT change the factory-programmed selection of “24.”
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Step 21. Test Time
Display
Description
Enter time that automatic daily test should occur using 24-hour military
time. Enter 6 digits with leading zeros.
Examples:
To program the daily test to occur at:
2:30 AM, enter 000230.
11:45 PM, enter 002345.
Midnight, enter 000000.
Step 22. Secret Codes
Display
Description
Step 22 is for programming the 4- to 6-digit codes that give access to the
system.
Code 0, programmed in Step 22.0, is the installer's code. This is the only
code that can activate all system features. This code must be unique from
all others. See IMPORTANT below.
Code 1, programmed in Step 22.1, is the main user's code. This code can
access all system features except programming.
Codes 2-9 are user codes. These codes enable users to bypass zones and
reset alarms, but they cannot perform a walk test or change programming
options.
The 5207 can have up 100 user codes, but the 5230 annunciator can
program only 10 codes (codes 0-9). If you need more than 10 codes, use
the 5541 downloading software.
To change a code, type in the new number when you are at the step for
the code you want to change, then press
ENTER
.
IMPORTANT:
When programming codes, make sure that the first four digits
of Code 0 are different from the first four digits of all other
codes. If other codes have the same digits, all users could be
locked out of programming mode.
Example:
Suppose you want to change Code 1 from "1111" to "5982."
At Step 22.1, press
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5 9 8 2 ENTER
.
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Step 23. Group Relays and Bells
IMPORTANT:
You can program relays and bells in either the Group section (Step 23) or the By Zone section (Step 24), but not
both.
Relays and bells are programmed for the type of condition that causes them to activate, not by zone. An exception is relays and bells that activate for alarms, which can be programmed by zone. Use Step 24 to program alarm
relays and bells by zone.
Display
Description
Step 23 is used to select the relays and/or bells that you want to activate
for particular conditions. This means that relays and/or bells
programmed would activate when the specified conditions occurred in a
zone.
This step selects bells and relays
by type of condition. Step 24 is
for selecting bells and relays by
zone.
Digits 1-4 select relays. Digits 5-8 select bells.
Step 23.1 selects relays/bells to activate for Pre-alarm conditions.
Step 23.2 selects relays/bells to activate for Tamper alarm conditions.
Step 23.3 selects relays/bells to activate for Special (Auxiliary)
conditions.
Step 23.4 selects relays/bells to activate for Fire conditions.
Step 23.5 selects relays/bells to activate for Trouble conditions.
Step 23.6 selects relays/bells to activate for No Silence conditions.
Example: Use the steps below to program your system for the following:
Pre-alarm condition: Activate Relays 3 and 4 and Bell 1.
Fire: Activate Bells 1, 2, 3, and 4.
Trouble condition: Activate Relays 1 and 2 and Bells 1 and 2.
1. Pre-alarm condition relays/bells are programmed in Step 23.1.
a. Press 3 to select Relay 3
b. Press
4
to select Relay 4
c. Press 5 to select Bell 1
Your LCD would appear as shown below:
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Display
Step 23 continued
Description
2. Fire condition relays/bells are programmed in Step 23.4.
a. Press 5 to select Bell 1
b. Press
6
to select Bell 2
c. Press
7
to select Bell 3
d. Press 8 to select Bell 4
Your LCD would appear as shown below:
3. Trouble condition relays/bells are programmed in Step 23.5.
a. Press 1 to select Relay 1
b. Press
2
to select Relay 2
c. Press
5
to select Bell 1
d. Press 6 to select Bell 2
Your LCD would appear as shown below:
Pre-Alarm Relays and Bells
1-4 = Relays that will activate during a pre-alarm condition.
5-8 = Bells that will activate during a pre-alarm condition.
Note: Relays or bells selected as Pre-alarm will not activate during a test.
Tamper Alarm Relays and Bells
1-4 = Relays that will activate during a tamper alarm condition.
5-8 = Bells that will activate during a tamper alarm condition.
Special (Auxiliary) Alarm Relays and Bells
1-4 = Relays that will activate during a special alarm condition.
5-8 = Bells that will activate during a special alarm condition.
Note: If Sprinkler zone types are used, do not connect audible devices to
Special Alarm relays.
Fire Alarm Relays and Bells
1-4 = Relays that will activate during a fire alarm condition.
5-8 = Bells that will activate during a fire alarm condition.
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Trouble Relays and Bells
1-4 = Relays that activate during a trouble condition.
5-8 = Bells that activate during a trouble condition.
Note: Relays or bells selected as Trouble will not activate during a test.
No Silence Relays and Bells
This option is intended for use with applications such as strobes.
1-4 = Relays that will remain active when the 5207 is silenced. (Alarm
relays always remain active until reset.)
You can use this step to program a trouble relay to remain active after the
panel is silenced. Select the relay that should remain active in this step.
5-8 = Outputs that will remain active when the 5207 is silenced.
You can use this step to make sure that strobes on the system continue to
activate when bells and horns are silenced. To do this, make sure strobes
are on separate outputs from horns and bells, then select the strobe
outputs in this step.
Note: If you are using the 5220 Direct Connect Module for supervision,
see Section 4.7 for information on programming relays and bells.
Step 24. Alarm Relays and Bells (by Zone)
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Description
Use this step to select the relays and/or bells that will activate during an
alarm condition in each zone. Step 24.0 selects bells and relays to
activate during a fire drill ("Zone 0"). Step 24.1 selects bells and relays to
activate for an alarm in Zone 1, Step 24.2 selects bells and relays for Zone
2, and so on.
This step selects bells and relays
to activate by zone. Step 23 is
for selecting bells and relays by
type of condition.
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1-4 = Relays that will activate during an alarm in the zone.
5-8 = Bells that will activate during an alarm in the zone.
Note: If using the Model 5220 Direct Connect Module for supervision,
select Relay 3 for Zone 3. See Section 4.7 for more information.
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Step 25. Zone Types
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Description
In Steps 25.1 through 25.16, you will program two numbers.
Digit 1 programs the audible signals for the zone.
Digit 2 programs the zone type.
Move through the steps to make sure that all zones in your installation
have been programmed the way you want them to be. For any zones that
require changes, follow the steps for changing zone types as described in
the examples above. You can record zone options in the Quick Reference
chart in Section 6.
Audible Signal (Step 25, Digit 1)
0 = Bells can shut down
2 = Cross alarm delay (alarm report delayed until a second alarm
occurs on another zone)
4 = No manual bell silence (waterflow zones)
8 = No automatic bell shutdown (fire zones)
A = Cross alarm and no shutdown. (Press SHIFT 1 for letter “A”.)
Zone Types (Step 25, Digit 2)
0 = Fire Drill
1 = Fire (includes waterflow switches, smoke detectors, heat, etc.)
3 = Panic
5 = Tamper
6 = Sprinkler (supervisory zones)
7 = Undefined Auxiliary
8 = Water (Auxiliary for high or low water)
9 = Heat
A = Cold (Press SHIFT 1 for letter “A”.)
B = Local (not reported) (Press
C = Not used. Do NOT select.
SHIFT 2
for letter “B”.)
Example 1:
Suppose you want Zone 1 to be a fire type zone with no automatic bell
shutdown. At Step 25.1, make sure the digits “81,” the factoryprogrammed selections, are displayed. Press 8 1 if necessary.
Example 2:
Suppose you want Zone 2 to be a fire type zone with cross-alarm delayed
and no bell shutdown. Press SHIFT 1 to select “A” for digit 1 (cross
alarm and no shutdown). Press 1 for Digit 2 to select fire type. Your
LCD would appear as shown below.
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Step 26. Zone Location Descriptions
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Description
The following instructions explain how to select zone descriptions for
the 5230 display.
For Steps 26.1-26.16, the factory-programmed default is “WORDS”
(“WORDS” appears on the LCD). You can choose one- or two-word
descriptions for each zone from the 5207 word list (library) shown below.
Note: You cannot customize the library using the 5230 annunciator. If
you want to use words other than those contained in the library, you must
use the 5541 downloading software.
The step numbers correlate to zone numbers. For example, Step 26.1 is
where you program a zone description for Zone 1, Step 26.2 is for Zone 2,
and so on. Read the examples below to learn how to select zone
descriptions.
Example 1: Programming a One-Word Description
Suppose you want to program Zone 3 to display "GARAGE."
At Step 26.3, press until the word "GARAGE" displays on the LCD.
Press ENTER to select.
Example 2: Programming a Two-Word Description
Suppose you want to program Zone 5 to display "EAST OFFICE".
Because "EAST OFFICE " is a two-word display, an additional step is
required.
At Step 26.5, press 1 until you reach the word "EAST.”
Press
2
Press
ENTER
until you read the word "OFFICE."
to select.
Table 6-1 Zone Description Words
First Word
Second Word
FRONT
HEAT
FLOOR
2ND FLR
BACK
FIRE
HALL
3RD FLR
NORTH
VALVE
ROOM
4TH FLR
SOUTH
WATERFLOW
OFFICE
WINDOW
EAST
SPRINKLER
DOOR
BATH
WEST
PULL STATION
VALVE
SAFE
LOBBY
1ST
SMOKE
GLASS
BASEMENT
2ND
HEAT
LEVEL
GARAGE
3RD
WATERFLOW
TEMP
WAREHOUSE
4TH
SPRINKLER
RM
MEZZANINE
WHSE
1ST FLR
DR
SMOKE
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Steps 27 and 28. Temporal Patterns
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Description
Steps 27 and 28 are used together to control the temporal (pulsing)
pattern of the bell outputs. You can use these steps to create any temporal
pattern you want, including the pattern required by NFPA 72.
This step programs the length of
the pattern.
Step 27 determines the length (number of bits) of the pattern. This
number can be 1 to 32, allowing for patterns that are up to 16 seconds (or
32 half-seconds) in duration.
The default setting is 32.
Note: If you are using this step to create a customized temporal pattern,
both cadenced pulsing (option 0) and pulse fire bells (option 3) must be
enabled in Step 3.
Example 1: Simple two-second pattern
Suppose you want to create the simple temporal pattern one second ON,
one second OFF. In Step 27, you would enter “4” because the length of
the pattern is four half-seconds (or two seconds).
After programming this example, your LCD would appear as shown
below.
See Example 1 in Step 28.1 for setting the pattern.
Example 2: NFPA 72 required pattern
In an NFPA 72 installation, the temporal pattern must be ON OFF ON
OFF ON OFF OFF OFF. Program Step 27 as shown below to achieve
this pattern length.
See Example 2 in Step 28.1 for setting the pattern.
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Steps 28.1-28.4 determine the pattern. Select a digit for each half-second
ON; de-select a digit (display shows a dash) for each half-second OFF.
Each sub-step controls up to four seconds. The pattern you create will
repeat as long as the bell output is active.
This step selects the actual
pattern.
The default setting is the 32-bit temporal pattern:
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF
ON ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
If using the 5541, Y indicates ON and a dash indicates OFF.
Example 1: Simple two-second pattern
To create the simple temporal pattern one second ON, one second OFF.
In Step 28.1, you would select a digit for each half-second ON and deselect a digit for each half-second OFF as follows:
See Example 1 in Step 27 for setting the length.
Note: If using this step to create a customized temporal pattern, both
cadenced pulsing (option 0) and pulse fire bells (option 3) must be
enabled in Step 3.
Example 2: NFPA 72 required pattern
In an NFPA 72 installation, the temporal pattern must be ON OFF ON
OFF ON OFF OFF OFF. Program Step 28.1 as shown below to achieve
this pattern.
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