Sentrol ZX440F_Install & Programming_1998

Sentrol ZX440F_Install & Programming_1998
SENTROL ZX440F
Security System Control
Installation/
Programming
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents
New Features ............................................................................................................. 6
ZX440F Wiring Diagram ........................................................................................... 7
ZX440F Terminal Descriptions .................................................................................. 8
ZXCFM Connection Descriptions .............................................................................. 9
“2 in 1” Zoning™ .................................................................................................... 10
Conventional Methods of Wiring ........................................................................... 12
Class ‘B’ End-Of-Line Resistor Supervised Zones ..................................................... 12
Non-Supervised Closed Circuit Loop (No EOL Resistor Supervision) ...................... 12
Control Station Addressing and Supervision ......................................................... 13
SSD, LCD, and VFD Control Stations ...................................................................... 13
LED Control Stations .............................................................................................. 13
Control Station Troubleshooting ............................................................................ 14
Clearing Trouble Messages ..................................................................................... 14
12 VDC Outputs ...................................................................................................... 15
Additional Outputs .................................................................................................. 15
Expansion Zones ..................................................................................................... 17
ZXEXP Zone Expander Module ............................................................................... 18
Installation ............................................................................................................. 18
Fire Zone Modules .................................................................................................. 19
ZEM Zone Expansion Module ................................................................................ 19
ZRM Zone Relay Module ........................................................................................ 21
ZXCFM Commercial Fire Module ............................................................................ 22
UL 864 Compliance ................................................................................................ 22
ZXCFK Fire Module Kit ........................................................................................... 22
Upgrading a ZX410 With a ZXCFK ......................................................................... 22
Installation of the F2600 Transformer Enclosure ..................................................... 24
Defaulting the Control for Commercial Fire Alarm Use ........................................... 24
Optional Battery Configurations ............................................................................. 25
ZX440F Power Worksheet ...................................................................................... 26
Auxiliary Power Supply Installation ......................................................................... 27
System Power Routing ........................................................................................... 28
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ZXPTR Printer Interface Module ............................................................................. 29
Specifications And Features .................................................................................... 30
Control Board ........................................................................................................ 30
Power Supply ......................................................................................................... 30
Recommended Battery ........................................................................................... 30
Transformer ............................................................................................................ 30
Enclosure ................................................................................................................ 30
Digital Communicator ............................................................................................ 30
Control Stations ..................................................................................................... 31
ZXLCD Control Station ........................................................................................... 31
ZXVFD Control Station ........................................................................................... 31
ZXLED12 Control Station ....................................................................................... 31
ZXSSD Control Station ........................................................................................... 31
Optional Accessories .............................................................................................. 31
Output Provisions ................................................................................................... 32
List Of Compatible Accessories ............................................................................... 33
ESL Two-Wire Smoke Detectors .............................................................................. 33
ESL Four-Wire Smoke Detectors .............................................................................. 33
System Sensors Two-Wire Smoke Detectors ............................................................ 33
System Sensors Four-Wire Smoke Detectors ........................................................... 33
Wheelock ............................................................................................................... 33
Compatible Central Station Receivers ..................................................................... 33
Agency Requirements ............................................................................................. 34
UL and ULC Listings ............................................................................................... 35
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Rules ................................................ 36
Smoke Detector Locations ...................................................................................... 36
Testing ................................................................................................................... 36
System Troubleshooting ......................................................................................... 37
Operating the System ............................................................................................. 38
Introduction ........................................................................................................... 38
Powering Up With the Control Station ................................................................... 38
Control Stations ..................................................................................................... 39
Control Station Overview ....................................................................................... 40
Control Station Function Keys ................................................................................ 41
Secondary Function Keys ........................................................................................ 41
Installer Arming and Disarming .............................................................................. 42
Installer On Premises .............................................................................................. 42
Testing ................................................................................................................... 42
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Programming the Control ..................................................................................... 43
Introduction ........................................................................................................... 43
Local Programming ................................................................................................ 43
Remote Programming (RPM/2) ..............................................................................43
Area Partitioning .................................................................................................... 43
LED Control Station Programming .........................................................................45
Installer Level Programming .................................................................................. 46
Menu Options ........................................................................................................ 46
Remote Connect ........................................................................................... 46
Set Clock ....................................................................................................... 46
Edit Function Map ......................................................................................... 47
Entering a New Value at a Location ............................................................... 47
Programming Account Code and Telephone Number Digits ......................... 48
Programming Report Codes and Attribute Fields ...........................................48
Additional Programming Notes ..................................................................... 48
Programming Zone Names ...........................................................................48
Programming User Codes .............................................................................49
Restore Factory Defaults ................................................................................50
Days Until Next Comm Test ..........................................................................50
Call RPM ....................................................................................................... 50
Function Map ......................................................................................................... 51
Area Data Descriptions ..................................................................................51
Keypad Data Descriptions .............................................................................54
Zone Data Descriptions .................................................................................56
User Data Description ...................................................................................59
Authority Levels ............................................................................................. 60
Output Definitions Description ...................................................................... 62
Programmable Output Activation ....................................................... 64
Other Bell Output Activation .............................................................. 64
Fire Bell Outputs Activation ................................................................. 64
Global System Options Description ............................................................... 66
Communicator Data Description ................................................................... 68
Communication Telephone Numbers Description .........................................69
Dialed Digits Allowed ..........................................................................70
Event Reporting Description ..........................................................................70
Zone Report Codes Description ..................................................................... 72
User Report Codes Description ...................................................................... 74
System Report Codes Description .................................................................. 75
Area Schedules Description ...........................................................................77
Automatic Arming ..............................................................................77
Latch Key Schedules ...........................................................................77
Programming Options ...................................................................................79
Programming Notes ............................................................................................... 80
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Digital Communicator Table For Contact ID Formats ........................................... 84
UL Programming Requirements ............................................................................ 87
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Listing .................................................................... 87
UL Notes In This Manual .........................................................................................87
UL Notes About Program Functions ........................................................................87
UL Notes About Zone Planning ...............................................................................88
ZX440F Operating Instructions Placard ................................................................ 91
FCC Compliance ..................................................................................................... 93
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NEW FEATURES
New Features
• 12 Zones with Sentrol’s unique “2 in 1” Zoning™
•
•
•
•
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Plus one 2-wire fire zone
•
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Four interchangeable Control Stations to choose from
Expandable to 28 zones, plus two 2-wire fire zones
Two truly independent partitions
Up to 50 user codes with 15 levels of authority
75 event log
Customized scheduling with special supervisory report
Ideal for residential, commercial, and industrial applications
Control Station programming in less than 2 minutes with factory defaults
The Sentrol ZX440F Security Control features ease
of installation and programming. The ZX440F is
easily programmed with any one of four Control
Stations (LCD, LED, SSD, or VFD). The control may
also be programmed remotely with the aid of a
personal computer (PC) and a modem using
Sentrol’s remote programming software
(RPM2PRO) and a panel support module
(PRO400). The Control Stations are easy-to-operate and contain features such as cross-zoning, and
an audibles “mute” function to help reduce false
alarms.
be used. A zone expander may be added to provide an additional 2-wire smoke detector zone and,
with the use of “2 in 1” Zoning™, up to 16 additional zones.
The Control’s on-board RAM maintains its data
even with the power disconnected. A “Watchdog”
timer monitors the microprocessor to ensure the
operational integrity of the system. The ZXCFM
on a ZX440F is equipped with one low current
programmable output (PGO1) and three high current bell outputs (FIRE BELL 1, FIRE BELL 2 &
OTHER BELL). No outputs are available on the
ZX440F Control Board. In addition, two ZXODMs
(Output Driver Modules) can be added to provide
20 more programmable low current outputs which
may be used to trigger other devices.
The ZX440F is pre-programmed at the factory with
one 2-wire smoke detector zone and ten burglar
zones (one delay, two interior and seven instant).
Zones 6 & 12 are dedicated as Phone Line Monitor and Ground Fault Monitor inputs and may not
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ZX440F WIRING DIAGRAM
ZX440F Wiring Diagram
NOTE
NO
MPI-206
TG - COM
PGO1
OUT
(ZXCFM J4)
PGO1
+12V
NEG
Terminal 5 (BELL) is used by the ZXCFM. Do not connect any other wires,
equipment or EOLs to this terminal. Connect only the white wire from the ZXCFM
to this terminal.
TG+
NC
Terminal 19 (Z6/12) is used by the ZXCFM. Do not connect any other wires,
equipment or EOLs to this terminal. Connect only the yellow wire from the
ZXCFM to this terminal.
OPTIONAL - When relay is required
CONNECTION OF UL COMMERCIAL
BURGLAR AUDIBLE
TO TERMINAL 10
NEG B3
ZX440F
J-3
TO TERMINAL 20
TEL
SUPV
D2
POLARIZATION AND
NOISE SUPPRESSION
DIODE
D1
-
PG01
EARTH
GROUND
14
NEG
15
Z3/9
18
19
Z5/11 Z6/12
17
NEG
METHOD 1
N.O.
TRANSFORMER
Basler BE 118250
18.0VAC
U.L. Class II 60Hz
16
Z4/10
CONTROL STATIONS
AND OTHER
PERIPHERALS
N.C.
N.C. ZONE 1
20
NEG
METHOD 2
ZONE 3
N.C.
ZONE 5
1500Ω
1/2 WATT
N.C. ZONE 9
1500Ω
1/2 WATT
N.C. ZONE 11
825Ω
1/4 WATT
825Ω
1/4 WATT
1500Ω
1/2 WATT
TIP
RING
T1
1500Ω (CR854)
(EOL DEVICE)
TO RJ-31X
LINE 1
GREEN
BLUE
RED
YELLOW
+
TO ANY ZONE DEFINED
AS 24-HOUR FIRE
-
+
+
-
BLACK
BATTERY
A
POWER
-
LISTED RATE OF RISE OR
FIXED TEMPERATURE THERMOSTAT
WHITE
RED
CONTROL
LINE 2
LINE 1
J1
J2
J3
NEG (J5)
PGO1 (J4)
OUT
ZXCFM
BLACK
BATTERY
B
1500Ω (CR854)
(EOL DEVICE)
BROWN
POWER SUPERVISION UNIT
ESL MODEL 204-12/24V
+
-
1500Ω (CR854)
(CONV ZONING)
J6
-
FLOAT BATTERY VOLTAGE:
13.6 - 13.8V
Max. current: 500mA.
POWER
ALARM
CONTACTS
UL LISTED RESISTORS
MODEL CR853 - 825Ω E.O.L.
MODEL CR854 - 1500Ω E.O.L.
NORM
DO NOT CONNECT BURGLAR
ALARM INITIATING DEVICES TO
THE SAME POWER SOURCE AS
FIRE ALARM DEVICES
HCP-12SULC
POWER SUPPLY
SENTROL 4-WIRE
MODELS
BELL DISCONNECT
SWITCH
CLASS II
POWER-LIMITED
J11
OFF
J10
J8
2
SMOKE DETECTOR
J7
BLK
WHT
GRN
RED
- +
3
QUIESCENT CHARGE
CURRENT: 20mA.
Replacement: Every 3 - 5 years.
POWER-LIMITED
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CONNECTION OF BURGLAR ALARM INITIATING DEVICES
PURPLE
+
SENTROL 2-WIRE
MODELS
ORANGE
(2) 12V SEALED
LEAD ACID BATTERIES
Yuasa B-1270
SMOKE DETECTOR
STRAIN
RELIEF
1
+
BROWN
-
MOTION
DETECTOR
B1+
B1-
B2+
B2-
B3
NEG
1500Ω
EOL
1500Ω
EOL
See Specification and Features section for a complete list of compatible accessories.
FIGURE 1
Suggested UL Household Burglar Alarm and/or Fire (ƒƒ) Alarm Hookup
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ADEMCO AB12M
GRADE A BELL
COMMERCIAL
TO RJ-31X
LINE 2
WARNING
Internally Fused.
Do Not Short.
Do Not Connect
To A Switched
Receptacle.
RED
ALL WIRING
BETWEEN CONTROL
& BELL MUST BE IN
CONDUIT.
R1
BLUE
13
Z2/8
RED
12
Z1/7
GRAY
11
NEG
GREEN
RED
8
9
10
DAT A DAT B KP+12
BLACK
7
NEG
6
2WS
WHITE
4
5
3
SW NEG AUX12 BELL
1
2
AC XFMR
-
GREEN
To Bat. - On The Control
To Bat. + On The Control
+
UNIFIED
EARTH
GROUND
JUMPER
EARTH
GROUND
Enclosure
Door
Ground
Wire
+
I.C. Load Number 1
CLASS II POWER-LIMITED
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Z2/8
ZX440F TERMINAL DESCRIPTIONS
ZX440F Terminal Descriptions
TERMINAL
FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
1, 2
AC Input
3
Switched Negative
(-) Current limited 100 mA terminal. Negative connection for 4-wire smoke
detectors, glass break detectors, and devices requiring resettable power.
4
Auxiliary Power
(power-limited)
(+)12 VDC 500 mA continuous power. Overcurrent protected at 1.35 amps
(PTC4). Used for powering motion detectors, 4-wire smoke detectors, glass
break detectors, and other accessories.
CAUTION: Use terminals 4 and 10 when calculating total current drain.
5
Supervised Bell Output
(power-limited)
6
Two Wire Smoke (Zone 30)
(power-limited)
7, 11
Common Negative
8
Local Data Bus In (A)
GREEN WIRE - Connection for Control Stations, zone expander, printer
interface and ODMs. Use 22 guage wire up to 1000 ft. Use 18 guage wire up to
2000 ft.
9
Local Data Bus Out (B)
WHITE WIRE - Connection for Control Stations, zone expander, printer
interface and ODMs. Use 22 guage wire up to 1000 ft. Use 18 guage wire up to
2000 ft.
10
Control Station Power
(power-limited)
RED WIRE - (+)12 VDC 500 mA continuous power connection for Control
Stations, zone expander, printer interface and ODMs. Overcurrent protected at
1.85 amps (PTC4).
CAUTION: Use terminals 4 and 10 when calculating total current drain.
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Zone 1/7 Loop (+)
Zone 2/8 Loop (+)
Common Negative
Zone 3/9 Loop (+)
Zone 4/10 Loop (+)
Common Negative
Zone 5/11 Loop (+)
Zone 6/12 Loop (+)
Common Negative
Connect the appropriate UL Class II transformer using 18 gauge minimum 2
conductor wire. Do not exceed 50 feet. Use a T1850 transformer.
CAUTION: Do not short the terminals of the transformer together. This
causes the internal fuse to blow. The transformer must be connected to a
120 VAC, 24-hour outlet not controlled by a switch other than an approved
over-current protection device.
NOTE: For commercial fire applications, an F2600 transformer enclosure must
be installed prior to connection of the primary power source. The AC power
wiring must be routed through dedicated conduit and a dedicated enclosure
knockout. It may not be intermixed with any low voltage power limited field
wiring per NFPA 70.
(+)12 VDC. Combined alarm current should not exceed 1.5 amps. Overcurrent
protected at 1.85 amps (PTC2). Terminal 5 is connected to the ZXCFM and the Bells
and their EOLs are connected off of the ZXCFM. Do not connect anything else to
terminal 5.
(+)12VDC of two-wire smoke detectors connected to this terminal. A 1500
Ohm EOL resistor (CR854) must be connected between terminals 6 and 7
regardless of whether a two-wire smoke detector is used or not. The maximum
series resistance is 30 Ohms. The maximum voltage is 13.85 VDC. The maximum
number of detectors is 20.
BLACK WIRE - (-)12 VDC. Negative connection for Control Stations, zone
expander, printer interface, ODMs, 2-wire smoke detectors, motion detectors, and
other devices.
Each loop requires a 1500 Ohm end-of-line resistor (P/N CR854) for the primary
zone, and an 825 Ohm end-of-line resistor (P/N CR853) for the secondary zone.
A common negative is shared among all zones. The need for end-of-line resistors
may be eliminated on all Burglar defined zones through programming. See
Figure 1 for “2 in 1” Zoning™ wiring examples. Terminal 19 (Zones 6/12) is
connected to the ZXCFM for Phone Line Monitor and Ground Fault Monitor. Do
not connect anything else to terminal 19.
TIP
Incoming Telephone Line
GREEN wire from RJ-31X direct connect telephone cord.
RING
Incoming Telephone Line
RED wire from RJ-31X direct connect telephone cord.
T1
House Phone Connection
BROWN wire from RJ-31X direct connect telephone cord.
R1
House Phone Connection
GRAY wire from RJ-31X direct connect telephone cord.
PGO1
Programmable Output 1
PGO1 is connected to the ZXCFM.
TEL SUPV
Telephone Supervision
TEL SUPV is connected to the ZXCFM.
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ZXCFM CONNECTION DESCRIPTIONS
ZXCFM Connection Descriptions
CONN
FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
J1
Phone Interconnect
J2
Phone Line 2
RJ-31X connection.
J3
Phone Line 1
RJ-31X connection.
J4
PGO1 Output
+12 VDC, 40 mA programmable output. (See Figure 1).
J5
NEG
J6
Panel Interconnect
Seven pin connection to panel. Provides AC Power, Bell Monitor, Phone Line
Monitor, Ground Fault Monitor, Earth Ground, Phone Line Control, Bell and PGO1
Control and Sounder Control.
J7
Data Bus
Four-wire Data Bus connection for devices (NEG, DATA A, DATA B, +12 VDC).
500 mA continuous power, overcurrent protected at 0.9 Amps (PTC1).
J8
Data Bus Interconnect
J10
Battery In
J11
Battery Out
B1+
Fire Bell 1
B1-
Fire Bell 1 Neg
B2+
Fire Bell 2
B2-
Fire Bell 2 Neg
B3
Other Bell
NEG
NEG
Phone connection to control panel.
Negative connection for PGO1.
Four-wire Data Bus connection to panel.
Connection to battery.
Connection to (+) RED battery lead on control.
(+)12 VDC. Alarm current should not exceed 0.5 Amps. Overcurrent protected
at 0.9 Amps (PTC2). A 1500 Ohm EOL resistor (CR854) must be connected
between terminals B1+ and B1-; otherwise a bell output fault will occur. The
Bell Disconnect switch will disable the bell and cause a bell fault.
(-) 12 VDC. Negative connection for Fire Bell 1.
(+)12 VDC. Alarm current should not exceed 0.5 Amps. Overcurrent protected
at 0.9 Amps (PTC7). A 1500 Ohm EOL resistor (CR854) must be connected
between terminals B2+ and B2-; otherwise a bell output fault will occur. The Bell
Disconnect switch will disable the bell and cause a bell fault.
(-) 12 VDC. Negative connection for Fire Bell 2.
(+)12 VDC. Alarm current should not exceed 0.5 Amps. Overcurrent protected
at 0.9 Amps (PTC8). Unsupervised, an EOL resistor is not required.
(-) 12 VDC. Negative connection for Other Bell.
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“2 in 1” Zoning™
“2 in 1” Zoning™
NOTE
If a Normally Open Device is used with
“2 in 1” Zoning™, a short will occur
across both zone loops when that device goes into alarm. It is recommended that these types of devices
be used with Conventional Zone wiring only. This type of wiring is not suitable for fire alarm initiating circuits.
Method 2 wires two separate zone loops back into
one set of terminals. The panel recognizes each
loop independently because two different EOL resistor values are used to differentiate between the
Primary Zone (1500 Ohm 1/2 Watt) and the Secondary Zone (825 Ohm 1/4 Watt). This method
provides two zones with one set of terminals and is
ideal for pre-wire or already installed wiring.
The Sentrol ZX440F Security Control introduces an
all new method of wiring zones that saves both time
and wire costs. “2 in 1” Zoning™ allows the installer to wire two separate zones in parallel into one
set of terminals.
1500Ω 1/2W
Primary Zone
Each zone is uniquely identified by its end-of-line resistor. The Primary Zone (zones 1-6) in each terminal is identified by a 1500 Ohm EOL resistor. The
Secondary Zone (zones 7 - 12) is identified by an
825 Ohm EOL resistor. The Primary and Secondary
zones operate as two independent zones to provide
separate reporting, programming, and displays. Each
zone is fully programmable as described in Installer
Level Programming - Zone Data Descriptions. The
zones are for Form A, Form B, or Form C sensors.
Maximum total loop wire and contact resistance
(not including EOL) must not exceed 100 Ohms
for the loop to function properly.
Secondary Zone
825Ω 1/4W
Figure 3
NOTE
The resistors in Figure 2 & 3 are 1%
values to maintain proper loop resistance values. If replacements are required, please refer to the manufacturer for correct replacements. The
1500 ohm resistor is color coded
Brown•Green•Black•Brown•Brown.
The 825 ohm resistor is color coded
Gray•Red•Green•Black•Brown.
There are two methods of wiring for “2 in 1” Zoning™. Method 1 wires one zone loop back to the
control while a second zone loop is added in parallel
off the first. This method may be employed in system retrofits, system expansions, or just simply to
save wire cost and labor.
All zones sense five different voltage levels enabling
one zone to act as two. Troubleshooting is simple
using just a voltmeter at the control. The control
monitors the voltage level across the zone and uses
the voltage levels in Table 1 to determine whether
the zone is normal, open, or shorted.
1500Ω 1/2W
Primary Zone
Secondary Zone
825Ω 1/4W
Figure 2
“2 in 1” Zoning™ Wiring - Method 2
“2 in 1” Zoning™ Wiring - Method 1
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“2 in 1” Zoning™
CONDITION
NOMINAL LOOP RESISTANCE
VOLTAGE READING
Primary Zone and Secondary Zone
Open Contacts; Loop Cut or Open
Infinite Ohms
5.24 - 8.25 V
Secondary Zone Open Contact,
Primary Zone Normal
1500 Ohms
4.24 - 5.23 V
Primary Zone Open Contact,
Secondary Zone Normal
825 Ohms
3.24 - 4.23 V
Primary Zone and Secondary Zone
Normal
825 Ohms in parallel with
1500 Ohms = 532 Ohms
2.00 - 3.23 V
Primary Zone and Secondary Zone
Shorted
0 Ohms
TABLE 1
“2 in 1” Zoning™ Troubleshooting Chart
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0 - 1.99 V
CONVENTIONAL WIRING
Conventional Methods of Wiring
Class ‘B’ End-Of-Line Resistor
Supervised Zones
Non-Supervised Closed Circuit
Loop (No EOL Resistor
Supervision)
A Class ‘B’ zone must be supervised with a 1500
Ohm 1/2 Watt end-of-line resistor (P/N CR854). This
resistor should be installed in series at the furthest
point from the control. This configuration must be
used whenever both Form A and Form B devices are
connected and provides a high degree of protection against compromise or tampering. The control
monitors the voltage level across the Primary zone
and uses the Primary zone voltage levels in Table 1
to determine whether the zone is normal, open, or
shorted. The operation of a zone is programmable
as described in Installer Level Programming - Zone
Data Descriptions. Maximum total loop wire and
contact resistance (not including EOLs) must not
exceed 100 Ohms for the loop to function properly. The 1500 Ohm EOL resistor is optional for
Form A connections but is required for Form B.
The EOL resistor is not required on Burglar zones. A
conventional closed circuit loop may be connected
directly to a primary zone and the zone will have
either a short or an open condition. See Installer Level
Programming - Zone Data Descriptions for programming an unsupervised zone. Fire zones may not be
installed as unsupervised. Only Burglar defined
zones may be wired non-supervised. “2 in 1” Zoning™ is not allowed.
Normally
Open
1500Ω 1/2W
Primary Zone
Normally
Closed
Figure 4
Conventional Zone Wiring Method
NOTE
For UL Listed systems, EOL Supervision is required.
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CONTROL STATION ADDRESSING AND SUPERVISION
Control Station Addressing and Supervision
LED Control Stations
All Control Stations are shipped from the factory as
Control Station #1. They may be set to other addresses as described below.
These Control Stations have a jumper on the circuit
board to set the address. To change the address of
the Control Station #1 to Control Station #2, remove
JP2 (see Figure 6).
A supervised Control Station is reported as missing
when the system fails to get any response from it.
In order to maintain supervision, each supervised
Control Station must have its own unique address.
Remove JP2 for keypad 2
SSD, LCD, and VFD Control
Stations
JP2
Figure 6
These Control Stations have a four position DIP
switch on the circuit board to set the address. To
change the address, the DIP switch setting must be
positioned according to Figure 5.
2
1
ON
OFF
OFF
1234
1234
4
1234
5
ON
6
ON
OFF
1234
Figure 5
3
ON
OFF
1234
1234
Control Station DIP Switch Settings
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LED Control Station Jumper
CONTROL STATION TROUBLESHOOTING
Control Station Troubleshooting
If a Control Station is incorrectly wired, it will not
accept keystroke entries. The following symptoms
may appear:
SYMPTOM
CONDITION
No Control Station LED’s or display
Black or Red Wire removed or cut
No response from key presses
Green Wire removed or cut or two supervised
Control Stations at the same address
LED’s flash and may display “No Communication
From Control” code
White Wire removed or cut
Green/White Wires reversed
Green & White Wires shorted together
The nominal voltage at the control should measure
as follows:
TERMINAL
VOLTAGE
from Common Negative (Terminal 7 or 11) to Data A (Terminal 8)
~ 8.7 VDC
from Common Negative (Terminal 7 or 11) to Data B (Terminal 9)
~ 3.5 VDC
from Common Negative (Terminal 7 or 11) to Control Station Power (Terminal 10)
~13.8 VDC
Clearing Trouble Messages
Once the system is up and running, trouble conditions may occur. Most trouble conditions are cleared
automatically when the condition that initiated the
trouble is restored or is eliminated. Three trouble
conditions (Memory Error, Smoke Trouble and Missing Keypad) may be cleared manually by pressing
and holding the Clear key for three seconds (until
two beeps are heard). This action is also required to
turn off the Duress output after it has been activated
and to cause an “Installer Off Premises” event (see
Operating the System - Installer On Premises).
A Bell 1 Silenced or Bell 2 Silenced trouble condition
may only be cleared by performing a smoke reset
operation.
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12 VDC AND ADDITIONAL OUTPUTS
12 VDC Outputs
The ZX440F control provides one switched negative output, one Control Station power output, one
auxiliary power output, and one 2-wire smoke power
terminal. The ZXCFM on a ZX440F provides three
bell outputs and one programmable low current
output (PGO1). (See Figure 1).
DATA BUS CONNECTION
terminal
terminal
terminal
terminal
10
8
9
7
SENTROL
U1
CONTROLS GROUP
Y1
C1
R1
C8
D8
C2
R18
R19
C10
D4
C11
D5
Control
Control
Control
Control
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Q2
ACTIVE
D10
to
to
to
to
C9
Connect
Connect
Connect
Connect
R17
RED
GREEN
WHITE
BLACK
+
D3
R11
R10
R9
R8
R7
R28
D7
J3
OUTPUTS
1
12V A B NEG
Data bus connection
R6
R4
J1
R5
R3
R26
+
V1
J2
R2
R24
R22
R25
R23
C3
D6
R29
C6
V2
+
U4
ASSEMBLED
IN USA
C5
U2
D9
V3
D1
Additional outputs can be added with the ZXODM
Output Driver Modules. Each module receives its
data from the local data bus and provides ten additional programmable outputs. The outputs provide
+12 VDC on activation and must be limited to 40
mA of current draw. ODM1 has 10 unique outputs.
ODM2 also has 10 unique outputs.
D2
R16
C4
PC BOARD
MADE IN (USA)
R21
R14
C7
R13
R27
R12
R20
Additional Outputs
R15
Q1
2
3 4 5 6
Remove for ODM #2
7 8
9 10 NEG 12V
J3 Connector
J3 CONNECTIONS
The ODMs may be addressed as ODM1 or ODM2.
You may use multiple ODMs at a given address provided that power restrictions are followed. The
ODMs come defaulted from the factory as ODM1.
To change from ODM1 to ODM2, remove power,
cut resistor R29, and re-apply power. Connect the
ODMs to the control as shown in Figure 7. Use the
twelve (12) wire cable provided with the ODMs for
the outputs as shown.
Output conditions can be programmed as one of
many conditions. Refer to Installer Level Programming - Output Definitions Description for programming information and restrictions.
OUTPUT
WIRE COLOR
DEFAULT
DESCRIPTION
1
Tan
13
Burglar
2
Pink
3
Fire
3
Gray
14
Holdup
4
Violet
15
Auxiliary/Medical
5
Yellow
19
Arm AWAY
6
Orange
31
Chime
7
Blue
18
Ready
8
Dk Brown
25
Pre-Alarm
9
Green
34
Lamp
10
White
39
Access
NEG
Black
12V
Red
Figure 7
A ZXODM may be mounted in the control enclosure using the stand-offs provided in the ZEM/ODM
mounting hardware pack (P/N 13000515), as shown
in Figure 22.
ZXODM Wiring Diagram
NOTE
The outputs on this module have limited transient immunity and should
not leave the enclosure.
15
12 VDC AND ADDITIONAL OUTPUTS
Outputs may be wired to indicator devices or relay module triggers (MPI-206) provided the 40 mA
current draw condition is not exceeded. Figure 8
shows a wiring example for a relay to ODM 1
Output 2. Figure 9 shows a wiring example of
ODM 1 Output 1 to trigger an LED.
Output 1
Neg
FIGURE 9
Connection to the ODM is only permitted in residential fire and all burglary applications.
Neg
PINK WIRE
TRIG +
NEG
The LED & 470 Ohm current limiting
resistor shown in Figure 9 are not supplied.
N.C.
N.O.
Connects to J3 (part of 12-wire cable)
+12V on Trig. Input
connects common to
N.O. terminals
FIGURE 8
Output Connected to an LED
NOTE
COM
BLACK WIRE
470Ω
BLACK WIRE
Connects to J3 (part of 12-wire cable)
NOTE
Output 2
TAN WIRE
Output Connected to a Relay
NOTE
Do not exceed 250 mA of total current through the Red (+12V) and
Black wires (Negative) of the twelve
wire cable. Add 18 gauge wire from
the appropriate control panel terminals for total current drains in excess
of 250 mA.
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EXPANSION ZONES
Expansion Zones
Zones 13-28 are expansion zones. They may reside
on any zone expansion device (ZXEXP or ZEM).
Assignment of these zones to expansion devices is
done through programming (see Installer Level Programming - Zone Data Descriptions).
The options available for all zones are described in
the table below.
ZONE
ON-BOARD
1
On-Board Zone 1 Primary
2
On-Board Zone 2 Primary
3
On-Board Zone 3 Primary
4
On-Board Zone 4 Primary
5
On-Board Zone 5 Primary
6
On-Board Zone 6 Primary
7
On-board Zone 1 Secondary
8
On-Board Zone 2 Secondary
9
On-Board Zone 3 Secondary
10
On-Board Zone 4 Secondary
11
On-Board Zone 5 Secondary
12
On-Board Zone 6 Secondary
ZXP ZONE
ZEM ZONE
13
ZXP1 Zone 1 Primary
ZEM1 Zone 1
14
ZXP1 Zone 2 Primary
ZEM1 Zone 2
15
ZXP1 Zone 3 Primary
ZEM1 Zone 3
16
ZXP1 Zone 4 Primary
ZEM1 Zone 4
17
ZXP1 Zone 5 Primary
ZEM2 Zone 1
18
ZXP1 Zone 6 Primary
ZEM2 Zone 2
19
ZXP1 Zone 7 Primary
ZEM2 Zone 3
20
ZXP1 Zone 8 Primary
ZEM2 Zone 4
21
ZXP1 Zone 1 Secondary
ZEM3 Zone 1
22
ZXP1 Zone 2 Secondary
ZEM3 Zone 2
23
ZXP1 Zone 3 Secondary
ZEM3 Zone 3
24
ZXP1 Zone 4 Secondary
ZEM3 Zone 4
25
ZXP1 Zone 5 Secondary
ZEM4 Zone 1
26
ZXP1 Zone 6 Secondary
ZEM4 Zone 2
27
ZXP1 Zone 7 Secondary
ZEM4 Zone 3
28
ZXP1 Zone 8 Secondary
ZEM4 Zone 4
29
ZXP1 2-Wire Smoke Zone
30
On-Board 2-Wire Smoke Zone
TABLE 2
ZX440F Zone ID Assignments
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ZXEXP ZONE EXPANDER MODULE
ZXEXP Zone Expander Module
Installation
This module provides an additional 8 zones for the
ZX440F Control. If “2 in 1” Zoning™ is desired,
this module provides 16 zones. All zones are fully
programmable (see Installer Level Programming Zone Data Descriptions). The Zone Expander terminals map into zones on the control as shown in Table
2. An additional Two-Wire Smoke loop is also provided on this module (Zone 29). This loop follows
the same wiring restrictions as Terminal 6 on the
ZX440F control (max. 10 detectors). Fast zones may
not be used on the Zone Expander Module.
1. Remove the plastic lid from the ZXEXP Zone
Expander Module. Choose a suitable mounting
place and mount the module with the two
screws provided. It is recommended that the
module be placed in a suitable enclosure like the
EB1511 for additional environmental protection.
2. Connect the ZXEXP to the ZX440F local data
bus. For a UL Household Fire System, the ZXEXP
must be mounted within 500 ft. of the ZX440F
and the maximum Smoke Zone resistance is 20
Ohms.
Ten power-limited programmable outputs are available on the ZXEXP Zone Expander Module. These
outputs are identical to the 10 outputs on ODM2.
Connect the outputs to J2 on the ZXEXP in the same
manner as J3 on the ZXODM. When using the outputs on this module, make sure all restrictions mentioned in the ZXODM section for power and negative are observed. The outputs have limited transient protection and should be properly protected
(buffered by relays, etc.). They should be mounted in
a suitable enclosure such as an EB1511 or EX1414 (part
# 13000421).
3. Wire initiating devices to the appropriate zone
terminals on the ZXEXP module (see Table 2).
Follow the same guidelines for “Hardware Zone
Wiring” as completed for the control zones.
4. Use the 12 wire cable to connect outputs as described in the ZXODM section.
5. The “Active” LED will flash to indicate the ZXEXP
is communicating with the control.
DATA BUS CONNECTION
RED
GREEN
WHITE
BLACK
Connect
Connect
Connect
Connect
to
to
to
to
Control
Control
Control
Control
terminal
terminal
terminal
terminal
10
8
9
7
* TERMINATE PRIMARY ZONES WITH 1500 OHM RESISTORS. TERMINATE SECONDARY ZONES WITH 825 OHM
RESISTORS. IF USING “2 in 1” ZONING™ OR FOUR WIRE SMOKE CIRCUIT, SEE INSTALLATION MANUAL 64812692
POWER-LIMITED
ACTIVE LED
MOOSE
a product of sentrol, inc
CONNECT TO DATA BUS ONLY
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
POWER-LIMITED
1500
Ω
POWER-LIMITED
+12V
- Red
DATA A - Green
J1
DATA B - White
NEG
- Black +12 A B NEG
ZXEXP ZONE EXPANDER
64600299C
1 2
3
4
5 6
7
8 9 10 (-) (+)
PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUTS
OUTPUTS ARE 12 VOLT DC • 40 MILLIAMPS MAX.
Z1
Z2
NEG(-)
Z3
Z4
FIGURE 10
NEG(-)
Z5
Z6
NEG(-)
Z7
Z8
NEG(-) SMK NEG(-)
ZXEXP Zone Expander Module
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FIRE ZONE MODULES
Fire Zone Modules
ZEM Zone Expansion Module
A ZEM may be mounted in a ZX440F control enclosure as shown in Figure 11. A ZEM may also be
mounted in an EX1414 enclosure (P/N 13000421).
Always use a ZEM/ODM mounting hardware pack
(P/N 13000515). Connect the ZEM to the ZX440F
local data bus using one of the ZEM’s two data bus
connectors. The second data bus connector may be
used to connect another ZEM to the system.
The ZX440F provides an option for adding Class A
and Class B Fire zones. These zones may be connected to ZEM Fire Zone Expansion Modules. There
are three models of ZEMs available:
2502-ZEM
2502A-ZEM
2504-ZEM
Two Class B Zones
Two Class A Zones
Four Class B Zones
Refer to the ESL 2504/2502/2502A-ZEM Installation
Instructions 64812713B for additional information.
TB1
ZONE 1
BB+
POWER
Control Term 10
Control Term 8
Control Term 9
Control Term 7
ALARM
ZONE 1
TRBL
ZONE 2
B+
B-
ALARM
ZONE 2
TRBL
ALARM
ZONE 4
TRBL
ZONE 4
B+
B-
POWER
ZX440F
ZX400/ZX410
6
2WS
7
NEG
8
9
10
DAT A DAT B KP+12
11
NEG
12
Z1/7
13
Z2/8
14
NEG
16
Z4/10
17
NEG
18
19
Z5/11 Z6/12
20
NEG
TIP RING T1
ALARM
ZONE 3
TRBL
POWER
ALARM
ZONE 4
TRBL
Four
Wire
Cable
ZEM 1
Four Wire
Cable to
Control
Panel
15
Z3/9
ALARM
ZONE 2
TRBL
ZEM Mounting
ZONE 2
B+
B-
ZONE 3
B+
B-
FIGURE 12
Up to four ZEMs may be connected to the system.
Set the address switches on a ZEM to provide the
following zones:
ZEM #
ALARM
ZONE 2
TRBL
ALARM
ZONE 3
TRBL
ALARM
ZONE 4
TRBL
ZEM 2
R1
ZONE 1
BB+
FIGURE 11
ALARM
ZONE 1
TRBL
TB1
4
5
3
SW NEG AUX12 BELL
ALARM
ZONE 1
TRBL
TB1
1
2
AC XFMR
Data Bus
Connector Pins
ALARM
ZONE 3
TRBL
ZONE 3
B+
B-
ZEM
(RED) 12V
(GREEN) Data A
(WHITE) Data B
(BLACK) Neg
ZONE 4
B+
B-
ZONE 1
BB+
ZONE 2
B+
B-
ZONE 4
B+
B-
ZEM Module Connection
Be sure that no two ZEMs have the same address
settings.
S1
S2
S3
S4
1
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
13 & 14
OR
13 - 16
2
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
17 & 18
OR
17 - 20
3
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
21 & 22
OR
21 - 24
4
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
25 & 26
OR
25 - 28
TABLE 3
ZONE 3
B+
B-
ZONES
ZEM Address Switch Settings
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FIRE ZONE MODULES
Connect initiating devices to the ZEM (see figures
below).
Databus
Connector
Databus
Connector
ZEM
(2502-A)
+ + - -
429C
Heat Sensor
Pull Station
Zone 2
TB1
Zone 1
B+
+ + - -
A-
B+
ZONE 2
BA+
CR852
1.8K EOL
A-
CR852
1.8K EOL
Zone 1 is shown with
2-wire detectors,
wired in Class A (Style D)
FIGURE 13
Zone 2 is shown with 2-wire
heat detectors and pull stations,
wired in Class A (Style D)
Class A Connection
Databus
Connector
Databus
Connector
ZEM
(2504)
Pull Station
Zone 4
ZONE 2
B+
B-
Zone 3
Zone 2
ZONE 1
BB+
TB1
Zone 1
Heat Sensor
- - + +
429C
429C
- - + +
429C
ZONE 1
BA+
CR852
1.8K
EOL
CR852
1.8K
EOL
ZONE 3
B+
B-
ZONE 4
B+
B-
CR852
1.8K
EOL
Zone 1 is shown with
2-wire detectors,
wired in Class B (Style B)
FIGURE 14
Class B Connection
20
CR852
1.8K
EOL
Zone 4 is shown with 2-wire
heat detectors and pull stations,
wired in Class B (Style B)
FIRE ZONE MODULES
ZRM Zone Relay Module
Ensure that the Function Jumper for each zone is
always in the NORM position.
ALARM ALARM ALARM ALARM
ZONE 1 ZONE 2 ZONE 3 ZONE 4
TRBL
TRBL
TRBL
TRBL
POWER
ZEM
NORM
DIS
The ZRM Zone Relay Module is a zone follower with
a relay following its corresponding zone on a ZEM.
A ZRM plugs directly into a ZEM and only requires
wiring the terminals labeled NO, COM, and NC.
Each relay has dry, Form “C” contacts rated 2A @
30 VDC resistive.
NORM
WT
WT
DIS
SWT
SWT
NORM
NORM
DIS
WT
WT
DIS
SWT
SWT
NC
RELAY 2
COM
SWT
NO
NC
COM
Zone 5
Zone 4
Zone 3
Zone 2
Optional
ZEM
ZRM DIS
RELAY
3
WT
RELAY 4
Circuits connected to a ZRM must be
power-limited.
NC
NORM
TB1
NOTE
Databus
COM
RELAY 1
Connector
NO
Databus
Connector
NO
POWER
ALARM
ZONE 1
TRBL
ALARM
ZONE 2
TRBL
ALARM
ZONE 3
TRBL
ALARM
ZONE 4
TRBL
NC
COM
ZEM
NO
Function Jumper
FIGURE 15
ZONE 2
B+
B-
ZONE 3
B+
B-
ZONE 4
B+
B-
ZEM Function Jumpers
TB1
ZONE 1
BB+
ZONE 1
BB+
ZONE 2
B+
B-
ZONE 3
B+
B-
ZONE 4
B+
B-
NC
RELAY 1
COM
NO
NC
RELAY 2
ZRM
COM
NO
RELAY 3
NC
COM
NO
RELAY 4
NC
COM
NO
FIGURE 16
21
Mounting ZRM to ZEM Module
ZXCFM COMMERCIAL FIRE MODULE
ZXCFM Commercial Fire Module
UL 864 Compliance
ZXCFK Fire Module Kit
The ZX440F with a properly installed ZXCFM Fire
Module complies with the following UL Control Unit
Classifications (3.6) definitions under UL 864 Standard for Control Units for Fire Protective Signaling
Systems:
The ZXCFK Fire Module Kit is designed to provide
the hardware necessary to upgrade a ZX410 to meet
the requirements for a UL Listed commercial fire system per UL 864/NFPA 72 Local Protective Signaling
Systems and Central Station Systems.
•
ZXCFK Contents
NFPA 72 - Local Protective Signaling Systems and
Central Station Systems
•
•
•
•
If a Printer Interface and/or Zone Expander(s) are
used with the Commercial Fire System, they must
be installed within 20 feet of the control unit with
all interconnections in conduit.
•
•
•
•
•
Minimum System Configurations
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
One ZX440F Control/Communicator
- ZX400 Control Board
- ZXCFM Fire Module
- EX1414-RED Enclosure
- Dual Battery Harness
One ZXLCD Control Station
Two 12 VDC, 7 Ah sealed lead acid batteries
One T1850, 18 VAC, 50 VA Transformer
One F2600 Transformer Enclosure
One UL Listed Smoke Detector (see List of Compatible Accessories)
One UL Listed Fire Audible Signaling Device
Upgrading a ZX410 With a ZXCFK
1. Before connecting the control to its external
power source, remove the ZXCFK components
from the packing material and inspect to ensure
that all components are present.
2. Disconnect battery. Remove power and replace
transformer with T1850 transformer.
Maximum System Configurations
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
One ZXCFM Fire Module
One dual battery harness
Two ZXCFM battery leads
One phone cable assembly
(Part Number 13000505)
Four PCB Supports
Four #6-32 x 3/8" mounting screws
Two #6 x 1/4" hex heat sink screws
Two output wire assemblies
One T1850 18 VAC, 50 VA transformer
3. Locate the (4) ZXCFM PCB Supports in the hardware pack.
One ZX440F Control/Communicator
- ZX400 Control Board
- ZXCFM Fire Module
- EX1414-RED Enclosure
One ZXLCD Control Station
Two 12 VDC, 17.2 Ah sealed lead acid batteries
One CR862 dual battery harness
One EB1511 Auxiliary Battery Enclosure
One T1850, 18 VAC, 50 VA Transformer
One F2600 Transformer Enclosure
UL Listed peripheral devices including smoke
detectors and audibles must not exceed a combined current drain of 450 mA (see List of Compatible Devices)
4. Press the supports into the enclosure, either from
the rear or from the front of the enclosure, in
the four square embossed holes (see Figure 18).
The snaps may be pressed into the holes from
the rear of the enclosure or installed from the
front by compressing the snap before insertion
into the hold.
5. Align the four holes in the ZXCFM printed circuit board with the four PCB supports.
6. Secure the ZXCFM to the enclosure using four
(4) #6-32 x 3/8" machine screws provided. Secure the ZXCFM heat sink to the side of the enclosure using two (2) #6 x 1/4" hex heat sink screws
provided.
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ZXCFM COMMERCIAL FIRE MODULE
7. Make the following wire connections from the
ZXCFM (J6) to the ZX400 control panel (see Figure 1):
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
10. Connect two 7 Ah batteries with the dual battery harness provided. (See Figure 17). Connect
the (-) battery terminal to (J2) on the control using
the control battery lead. Connect the (+) battery
terminal to (J10) on the ZXCFM using a ZXCFM
battery lead. Connect (J1) on the control to (J11)
on the ZXCFM using the control battery lead
and the other ZXCFM battery lead.
Orange wire to AC post D1
Purple wire to AC post D2
White wire to Bell (terminal 5)
Yellow wire to Z6/12 (terminal 19)
Blue wire to post TEL SUPV (TP1)
Black wire to post PGO1 (TP2)
Green wire to Earth Ground
To J10
On The ZXCFM
+
+
BATTERY B
8. Connect the phone cable assembly from the
ZX400 control panel to Telco jack (J1) on the
ZXCFM.
BATTERY A
-
To Bat. On The Control
9. Connect the 4-wire cable (J8) on the ZXCFM to
the bus connector (J3) on the ZX400 control
board.
FIGURE 17
Connection of the Dual Battery
Harness
(4) PCB SUPPORTS
CONTROL
LINE 2
LINE 1
J1
J2
J3
NEG (J5)
PGO1 (J4)
OUT
ZX440F
ZX400/ZX410
ZXCFM
J6
1
2
AC XFMR
4
5
3
SW NEG AUX12 BELL
6
2WS
7
NEG
8
9
10
DAT A DAT B KP+12
11
NEG
12
Z1/7
13
Z2/8
14
NEG
15
Z3/9
16
Z4/10
17
NEG
18
19
Z5/11 Z6/12
20
NEG
TIP RING T1
R1
J7
NORM
BLK
WHT
GRN
RED
BELL DISCONNECT
SWITCH
J11
POWER-LIMITED
OFF
J10
J8
B1+
B1-
B2+
B2-
B3
NEG
FIGURE 18 Installing the ZXCFM Fire Module to the ZX410 enclosure
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ZXCFM COMMERCIAL FIRE MODULE
Installation of the F2600
Transformer Enclosure
Defaulting the Control for
Commercial Fire Alarm Use
The transformer enclosure ensures that the AC plugin transformer remains securely fixed to the AC wall
outlet. Before installing, disconnect primary power
source. Restore power only after the transformer connection has been double-checked for accuracy.
If the ZXCFM is added to an existing ZX410 control, then the ZX410 control panel must be defaulted
in software programming for commercial fire use.
To default the control panel for commercial fire use:
1. Mount the gang box to the wall or supporting
structure.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
2. Insert the gang box partition into the gang box.
The partition divides the gang box into two sections. The large section contains high voltage
wiring; the small section contains low voltage
wiring.
The system default changes are:
3. Punch out a conduit knockout in the high voltage side of the gang box. Route the 110 VAC
wiring through the knockout hole and into the
gang box. Connect the isolated 110 VAC wiring
to the duplex outlet.
PROGRAM
FUNCTION
4. Mount the duplex outlet to the cover plate and
the cover plate to the gang box.
5. Punch out a conduit knockout in the low voltage side of the gang box. Route the low voltage
wiring to the transformer.
6. Plug the transformer into the bottom outlet of
the duplex outlet. Secure the transformer to the
duplex outlet.
7. Attach the cover to the cover plate.
High Voltage
Section
Gang Box
Cover Plate
Duplex
Outlet
Gang Box
Partition
Low Voltage
Section
Transformer
Cover
FIGURE 19
Press 9 (Program)
Enter Installer Passcode
Select Option 6 (Default the Panel)
Select Option 1 (Commercial Fire)
Re-enter installer passcode to verify
Transformer Enclosure
24
STANDARD
DEFAULT
COMMERCIAL
FIRE
AC Fail Delay
30 min
7 hours
Zone 6
Burglar
Not Used
(Telco Monitor)
Zone 12
Burglar
Not Used
(Ground Fault)
Phone Line 1
Enabled,
No Monitor
Enabled
with Monitor
Phone Line 2
Disabled
Enabled
with Monitor
System Events
Phone No.
0
3
Comm Test Not
Normal Report Code
00
F2
Comm Test
Report Code
00
F1
Days Between
Comm Tests
0
1
ZXCFM COMMERCIAL FIRE MODULE
Optional Battery Configurations
To increase standby current to 60 hours at 180 mA,
two 12 VDC, 17.2 Ah sealed lead acid batteries may
be installed in place of the two 12 VDC, 7 Ah batteries. The CR862 Dual Battery Harness must be used
to connect the 17.2 Ah batteries to the control. The
EB1511 Auxiliary Battery Enclosure is required to
house the batteries. Additionally, all interconnections
must be run in conduit. Install the batteries as shown
in Figure 20.
In order to meet UL864 standby current requirements of 24 hours at 450 mA, a minimum of two 12
VDC, 7 Ah sealed lead acid batteries must be installed utilizing the dual battery harness as shown in
Figure 17. However, a single 12 VDC, 17.2 Ah sealed
lead acid battery may be used in place of the two 7
Ah batteries to obtain the same standby current using the CR862 Dual Battery Harness. See Figure 20
with Battery A only.
Phone Lines
L1 and L2
(Power Limited)
F2600
CONTROL
LINE 2
LINE 1
J1
J2
J3
NEG (J5)
PGO1 (J4)
OUT
Red Wire
ZX400/ZX410
J6
ZX440F
Red Wire
32" Lg. To Panel
ZXCFM
D2
J7
D1
NORM
BLK
WHT
GRN
RED
BELL DISCONNECT
SWITCH
J11
POWER-LIMITED
J10
OFF
J8
1
2
AC XFMR
4
5
3
SW NEG AUX12 BELL
6
2WS
7
NEG
8
9
10
DAT A DAT B KP+12
11
NEG
12
Z1/7
13
Z2/8
14
NEG
15
Z3/9
16
Z4/10
17
NEG
18
19
Z5/11 Z6/12
20
NEG
TIP RING T1
R1
B1+
B1-
B2+
B2-
B3
NEG
Black Wire
12" Lg.
Non-Power
Limited
Conduit
3/4" Knockouts
Red Wire
12" Lg.
1/2" Knockout
Black Wire
Black Wire
32" Lg. To Panel
+
BATTERY B
-
+
BATTERY A
Control
Panel
NOTES:
EB1511
Battery Enclosure
1) Route external AC and DC power wiring
through the knockouts as shown above.
2) Do not route any low voltage power
limited wiring through the same
knockouts or conduit as the AC/DC
power wiring. See NFPA 70 or UL 864.
Camlock
3) Maintain a minimum of 1/4 inch
separation between Power Limited and
Non-Power Limited wiring.
CAUTION: OBSERVE POLARITY OF LOAD
FIGURE 20
Connection of the CR862 Dual Battery Harness and Power Conductor Routing
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ZXCFM COMMERCIAL FIRE MODULE
ZX440F Power Worksheet
ITEM
STANDBY
CURRENT
PER UNIT
(AMPS)
DESCRIPTION
TOTAL
STANDBY
CURRENT
PER ITEM
(AMPS)
QTY
TOTAL
ALARM
CURRENT
PER UNIT
(AMPS)
X
=
X
=
X
=
X
=
X
=
X
=
X
=
X
=
X
=
X
=
TOTAL SYSTEM
STANDBY CURRENT (AMPS)
TOTAL
SYSTEM
ALARM
CURRENT
(AMPS)
QTY
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
TOTAL SYSTEM
ALARM CURRENT (AMPS)
REQUIRED OPERATING TIME OF SECONDARY POWER SOURCE FROM NFPA 72 1-5.2.5:
STANDBY:__________ HOURS
REQUIRED
STANDBY
TIME
(HOURS)
REQUIRED
STANDBY
CAPACITY
(AMP-HOURS)
TOTAL SYSTEM
STANDBY
CURRENT
(AMPS)
X
ALARM:_________ MINUTES X 1/60 = __________ HOURS
=
REQUIRED STANDBY
CAPACITY
(AMP-HOURS)
X
REQUIRED ALARM
CAPACITY
(AMP-HOURS)
+
TOTAL SYSTEM
ALARM
CURRENT
(AMPS)
REQUIRED
ALARM
TIME
(HOURS)
TOTAL REQUIRED
CAPACITY
(AMP-HOURS)
=
26
=
OPTIONAL
FACTOR OF
SAFETY
X
REQUIRED
ALARM
CAPACITY
(AMP-HOURS)
REQUIRED BATTERY
CAPACITY
(AMP-HOURS)
ZXCFM COMMERCIAL FIRE MODULE
Auxiliary Power Supply Installation
To increase the available current supplied by the
ZXCFM, a HCP-12SULC Power Supply may be
added. Each HCP-12SULC supplies an additional 450
mA of current, utilizing at least one 12 Ah battery.
See Figure 21.
When using this power supply on a listed system, a
duplex utility cover for the primary power outlet must
be installed. Install conduit or another listed raceway between all connecting junction boxes and protective enclosures as shown.
The HCP-12SULC Power Supply can provide a 12
VDC power output, with a current rating of 2.0 A
continuous, while the AC primary power source is
present. If the primary source is lost, the HCP-12SULC
electronically switches to the standby battery.
Use only the battery and transformer as recommended in the HCP-12SULC Installation Instructions
P/N 64812502. For information about the connection of additional batteries, see "Optional Battery
Configurations" earlier in this section.
The HCP-12SULC must not be connected to a load which exceeds 2.0A continuous demand.
Auxiliary Power
Supply Transformer
(-)
Control/
Communicator
1
AC
2
AC
3
(-)
4
(+)
LED
(+)
Peripheral
Device(s)
-
CAUTION: Observe polarity of load
FIGURE 21
Auxiliary
Power
Supply
+
Battery
HCP-12SULC Power Supply Installation
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ZXCFM COMMERCIAL FIRE MODULE
System Power Routing
Non-power limited fire alarm system wiring may be
installed using any of the methods permitted by Article 760 of the National Electrical Code (NEC), NFPA
70-1996, for non-power limited fire alarm (NPLFA)
circuits. See 760-21 to 760-31 of NFPA 70-1996.
circuits must be separated from non-power limited
fire alarm circuits and ordinary light and power circuits pursuant to the requirements of Article 760-54
of the NEC. Figure 22 below shows one method of
routing conductors that can be used to comply with
the required 1/4 inch separations.
The circuit conductors of power limited fire alarm
TELCO LINE 1
TELCO LINE 2
PGO1 & ODM OUTPUTS
ZRM OUTPUTS
TB1
POWER
ZONE 1
BB+
TELCO IN
ALARM
ZONE 1
TRBL
ZONE 2
B+
B-
OUTPUTS
J1
J3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 NEG 12V
ALARM
ZONE 4
TRBL
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
ZONE 4
B+
B-
ALARM
ZONE 3
TRBL
RELAY 1
RELAY 2
RELAY 3
RELAY 4
ZONE 3
B+
B-
ZEM
ZXODM
ALARM
ZONE 2
TRBL
ZONE INITIATING CIRCUITS
ZRM
CONTROL
LINE 2
LINE 1
J1
J2
J3
NEG (J5)
PGO1 (J4)
OUT
ZX440F
ZX400/ZX410
ZXCFM
J6
D2
J7
D1
NORM
BLK
WHT
GRN
RED
BELL DISCONNECT
SWITCH
J11
POWER-LIMITED
J10
OFF
J8
1
2
AC XFMR
4
5
3
SW NEG AUX12 BELL
6
2WS
7
NEG
8
9
10
DAT A DAT B KP+12
11
NEG
12
Z1/7
13
Z2/8
14
NEG
15
Z3/9
16
Z4/10
17
NEG
18
19
Z5/11 Z6/12
20
NEG
TIP RING T1
R1
TRANSFORMER
AC IN
B1+
B1-
B2+
B2-
B3
NEG
BELL
CIRCUITS
ZONE INITIATING CIRCUITS
BATTERY IN
FIGURE 22
System Power Routing
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ZXPTR PRINTER INTERFACE MODULE
ZXPTR Printer Interface Module
The optional ZXPTR Printer Interface Module connects to the local data bus and can be used for printing events in real-time or on command. This module interfaces with any Centronics-style parallel
printer. Only one printer may be used per system.
Note that the printer connection is not supervised.
1. To install the ZXPTR, choose a suitable location,
but not more than 25 feet from the Centronicsstyle parallel printer, following the wiring description in Figure 1.
2. Remove the cover and circuit board and mount
the base to an appropriate wall or desktop.
3. Attach the printer cable to the ZXPTR printer
port and affix with screws if desired.
4. Wire the local data bus to the terminals: +12V is
red; Data A is green; Data B is white; NEG is
Black.
5. Reinstall the circuit board and cover.
6. The “Active” LED will flash to indicate the ZXPTR
is communicating with the control.
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SPECIFICATIONS AND FEATURES
Specifications And Features
Control Board
Power Supply
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Five (5) two-wire zones, each supervised with a
1500 Ohm end-of-line resistor. “2 in 1” ZoningTM
provides ten (10) fully programmable zones with
1500 and 825 Ohm resistors. Zones 6 & 12 are
dedicated to Telco Monitor and Ground Fault
Monitor and are not available. System expansion to 26 fully programmable zones via Zone
Expander Module (ZXEXP).
Fast zone loop response time: 80 msec (zones
1-5), 20 msec (zones 7-11).
Two supervised, assignable, high current, Fire
Bell outputs via Fire Module (ZXCFM).
One assignable, high current, alarm output via
ZXCFM.
One programmable low current output (40 mA)
via ZXCFM.
Trouble sounder via ZXCFM.
Two supervised telephone lines via ZXCFM.
Dedicated two-wire smoke detector zones on
control (zone 30) and zone expander (zone 29).
Three (3) Control Station activated panic zones.
Nominal current drain for control board only
126 - 154 mA.
Watchdog microprocessor monitoring.
Superior six (6) stage lightning/transient protection.
One switched negative output (100 mA).
Expandable to twenty-one (21) programmable
low current outputs via two output driver modules, and/or a zone expander.
Continuous battery monitoring.
Low voltage detection monitoring @ 11.3 volts
threshold.
Automatic system shutdown if voltage falls below 9.8V.
Operating temperature range inside the enclosure: 32˚F to 122˚F (0˚C to +50˚C).
Two and four-wire smoke zones available.
Control Station Programmable.
Upload/Download via RPM/2 Pro.
Loop response time: 320 msec (general purpose
hardwired zones), 1600 msec (two-wire smoke
zones).
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Fully regulated 13.8 volt 2.0 Amp supply available with an 18 VAC 50 VA transformer.
Reverse polarity protection on battery inputs.
Floating charging circuit: 13.8 volts DC.
Recommended Battery
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Two rechargeable 12 VDC 7 Ah sealed lead acid
batteries to meet the UL 864 and UL 985 Fire
requirement of 24 hour standby at 450 mA.
Two rechargeable 12 VDC 17.2 Ah sealed lead
acid batteries to meet UL 864 Fire requirement
of 60 hour standby of 180 mA.
Transformer
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UL Listed Class II plug-in; 18 VAC 50 VA secondary; 120 V 60 Hz primary connected to 24-hour
unswitched outlet. Sentrol P/N T1850.
Enclosure
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EX1414F red enclosure.
Digital Communicator
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DTMF Touchtone™ or Rotary (pulse) dialing.
Rotary speed: 10pps, (selectable U.S. style 60%
break, 40% make or International style 66%
break, 33% make).
Ringer equivalence: 0.0B.
Transmission formats include: Contact ID, 20
and 40 baud Pulse Formats (3/1, 4/1, 4/2, Hexadecimal Reporting), Non-Telco Contact ID,
Pager.
Reports to most major Central Station receivers.
Primary phone number can have up to 20 digits.
Secondary phone number can have up to 20
digits.
Two pager phone numbers, each can have up
to 20 digits
SPECIFICATIONS AND FEATURES
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ZXVFD Control Station
Remote programming phone number can have
up to 20 digits.
Reporting capabilities: two 4-digit account codes
per area, two 4-digit system account codes, report by zone, opening and closing reports, force
arm/bypass reports, restoral reports, trouble reports, cancel reporting, low battery, AC failure/
restoral.
Dual and split reporting capability.
Sentrol communication defaults for quick programming.
Disable call waiting.
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ZXLED12 Control Station
Control Stations
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Two lines x 16 characters VFD display.
Area assignable/Multi-area.
Addressable with DIP switches, supervised/unsupervised.
Plain English display.
Nominal current drain: 20 - 170 mA.
Up to six (6) supervised Control Stations per system.
Size: 5.33"H x 6.08"W x 1.024"D (135.4 mm x
154.4 mm x 26.0 mm).
Color-coded four-wire data bus connection.
19-Button Control Station with audible feedback.
Three (3) Control Station panic button zones.
Surface mountable; mounts to any standard
single or double gang electrical box.
Built-in piezo sounder.
Easy-to-read arming level: AWAY, STAY, and
NIGHT backlit LEDs.
Backlit keys with door.
Unsupervised Control Stations allows up to 12
Control Stations.
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Thirteen (13) LEDs annunciate general purpose
zones 1 through 12 and control board Two-Wire
Fire zone.
Ready & trouble LEDs.
Addressable as Control Station #1 or #2. Jumper
change makes Control Station unsupervised.
Area assignable/Single area.
Nominal Current Drain: 23 - 31 mA.
Size: 5.0"H x 4.5"W x 1.0"D (127 mm x 114.3
mm x 25.4 mm).
ZXSSD Control Station
ZXLCD Control Station
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(Required for Commercial Fire Applications)
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LCD backlighting.
Two lines x 16 characters LCD display.
Area assignable/Multi-area.
Addressable with DIP switches, supervised/unsupervised.
Plain English display.
Nominal current drain: 20mA - 110mA.
Up to six (6) supervised Control Stations per system.
Size: 5.33"H x 6.08"W x 1.024"D (135.4 mm x
154.4 mm x 26.0 mm).
Optional red plastic for Commercial Fire applications
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Three 0.56" (14.2 mm) seven segment display
digits.
Ready & trouble LEDs.
Up to six (6) supervised Control Stations per system.
Area assignable/Multi-area.
Addressable with DIP switches, supervised/unsupervised.
Nominal Current Drain: 23 - 116 mA.
Size: 5.0"H x 4.5"W x 1.0"D (127 mm x 114.3
mm x 25.4 mm).
Optional Accessories
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ZXEXP Zone Expander Module: Expands the
control to 8/16 additional zones. Provides an additional two-wire smoke zone (max. 10 detectors). Provides 10 additional programmable outputs. Nominal current drain: 60 - 72 mA with
no outputs connected.
SPECIFICATIONS AND FEATURES
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ZXODM: Output Driver Module: Provides ten
(10) fully programmable 40 mA + 12 VDC outputs. Nominal current drain: 10 - 13 mA with
no outputs connected.
ZXPTR Printer Interface Module: Allows connection of a standard parallel printer via interface.
Nominal current drain: 45 - 55 mA without
printer connected.
ZX410 - ZX400 Control board mounted in
EX1414 enclosure. (The ZX410 assembly is required for Burglary applications).
ZX440F - ZX400 Control board mounted in
EX1414F enclosure with ZXCFM Fire Module.
(The ZX440F assembly is required for Commercial Fire applications).
F2600 Transformer Enclosure: Ensures that the
AC plug-in transformer remains securely fixed
to the AC wall outlet. (Required for Commercial
Fire applications).
T1850 Transformer: UL Listed Class II plug-in
18 VAC 50 VA secondary.
HCP-12SULC Power Supply: Provides a 12 or
24 VDC power-limited output with a current
rating of 2.0 A continuous while the AC primary
power source is present.
Dual Battery Harness: Allows for an additional
12 VDC 7 Ah sealed lead acid battery connection to the control to meet additional standby
requirements.
CR862 Battery Harness: Allows for 12 VDC 17.2
Ah sealed lead acid battery connection to the
control to meet additional standby requirements.
EB1511 Auxiliary Enclosure: 15" x 11" x 4" enclosure with cam lock allows wall mounting of
accessories and batteries.
AE912 Raucous Sounder: Current consumption:
28 mA @ 12 VDC.
MPI-266 Battery Cut-Off Module: Disconnects
battery from deep discharges.
MPI-267 Power Disconnect Module: Disconnects battery from deep discharges.
MPI-268 Earth Ground Fault Detector: Current
consumption: less than 20 mA.
MPI-206 General Purpose Relay Module.
ZEM Fire Zone Expansion Modules:
2502-ZEM Two Class B Zones
2502A-ZEM Two Class A Zones
2504-ZEM Four Class B Zones
Current Drain: 40 - 60 mA.
Max. Line Resistance: 100 Ohms (Class B)
50 Ohms (Class A)
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ZRM Zone Relay Modules:
ZRM-2 (2 Zones)
ZRM-4 (4 Zones)
Contact Rating: 5 A @ 12 VDC, 120 VAC resistive.
ZXLCDD1 LCD Keypad Demonstrator. (Demo
Unit Only).
ZXVFDD1 VFD Keypad Demonstrator. (Demo Unit
Only).
Output Provisions
Low Current Trigger Outputs: Current output of 40
mA each. One output on ZXCFM Fire Module, expandable to 21 with ZXODM Output Driver Modules and/or ZXEXP Zone Expander Module.
Maximum combined continuous current drain at
Terminals 4, 6 and 10 on the control board and B1+,
B2+, B3, J6 and PGO1 on the ZXCFM is 2.0 Amps
with an 18 VAC 50 VA transformer.
Current Limits: The 12V Auxiliary current (terminals
4 & 10) is limited by PTC4 to 1.85 Amps. Reverse
battery protection is limited to 1.85 Amps (PTC3).
B1+, B2+ and B3 are limited to 0.5 Amps.
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COMPATIBLE ACCESSORIES
List Of Compatible Accessories
ESL Two-Wire Smoke Detectors
Wheelock
429 AT, C, CT: Standby Current: 70 µA max. (Max.
of 20 detectors per zone)
521 B, BXT: Standby Current: 70 µA max. (Max. 20
detectors per zone)
711U, 712U, 713-5U, 713-6U: Standby Current:
70 µA max. (Max. 20 detectors per zone)
721U, 721UT, 721UD, 722U, 722UD: Standby Current: 70 µA max. (Max. 20 detectors per zone)
34T-12R Horn: Input voltage: 9-15.6 VDC; Rated
Current: 0.125 A
EH-DL1-R Electronic Horn: Input voltage 12/24
VDC; Input Current; (@ 12 VDC) 0.015 A/(@24 VDC)
0.017 A
EH-DL2-R Electronic Horn: Input voltage: 12 VDC;
Input Current: 0.047 A.
EH-EL1-R Electronic Horn: Input voltage: 12/24
VDC; Input Current: (@12 VDC) 0.015 A/(@ 24 VDC)
0.017 A
EH-EL2-R Electronic Horn: Input voltage: 12 VDC;
Input Current: 0.047 A
AES-DL2-R Multi-tone Electronic Signal: voltage: 12
VDC; Current (High): 0.050 A; Current (Low): 0.025 A
AES-EL2-R Multi-tone Electronic Signal: voltage: 12 VDC;
Current (High): 0.0100 A; Current (Low): 0.050 A
MIZ-12-R Mini horn: voltage: 12 VDC; Current:
0.010 A
MIZ-12-W Mini-horn: voltage: 12 VDC; Current
0.010 A
CH-BF2-R Fire Chime: Input voltage: 12 VDC; Input Current: 0.020 A
CH-CF2-W Fire Chime: Input voltage: 12 VDC; Input Current: 0.020 A
CH-DF2-R Fire Chime: Input voltage: 12 VDC; Input Current: 0.020 A
46T-G4-12-R DC Vibrating Bells: Shell Size: 4 Inches;
Input voltage: 12 VDC; Input Current: 0.125 A
46T-G6-12-R DC Vibrating Bells: Shell Size: 6 Inches;
Input voltage: 12 VDC; Input Current: 0.125 A
46T-G10-12-R DC Vibrating Bells: Shell Size: 10
Inches; Input voltage: 12 VDC; Input Current: 0.080 A
ESL Four-Wire Smoke Detectors
445 AT: Standby Current: 500 µA @ 6 V; 1.5 mA @
15 V
445 C, CR, CRT, CSH: Standby Current: 40 µA @12 V;
100 µA @ 24 V
449 CTE: Standby Current: 10 µA max
449 C, CT, CRT, CST, CSRT, CSRH, CSST: Standby
Current: 70 µA max
System Sensors Two-Wire Smoke
Detectors
1100 Ionization
1400 Ionization
1400TH Ionization
2100 Photoelectric
2100T Photoelectric
2400 Photoelectric
2400AT Photoelectric
2400TH Photoelectric
System Sensors Four-Wire Smoke
Detectors
1412B Ionization
2112, 212 Photoelectric
2112, 2124T Photoelectric
2112, 2124TSR Photoelectric
Compatible Central Station
Receivers
2412B Photoelectric
2412THB Photoelectric
2451 Photoelectric
2451TH Photoelectric
UL permits communication with the following UL Listed
Central Station receivers (see Installer Level Programming - Communication Data Description for format):
Manufacturer
Ademco
Fire Burglary Instruments
Osborne-Hoffman
Radionics
Radionics
Silent Knight
Sur-Gard
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Model Number
685
CP-220
Quick Alert II
6000
6500
9000
MLR2-DG
AGENCY REQUIREMENTS
Agency Requirements
UL has established certain requirements which pertain to the installation, use, and programming of this
equipment. The local Authority Having Jurisdiction
(AHJ) and/or UL may have other requirements which
apply to the installation of this system that are not
detailed in this manual. It is the responsibility of the
installing dealer to check with the AHJ and/or UL before installing this system. The following table details
guidelines that must be followed in order to comply
with the UL listings as stated in Table 5.
For Home Health Care systems, two (2) Control Stations are required.
Maximum
Minimum
Smoke Detector
LCD or SSD or
Continuous
Battery
ESL 429 & 700
LED
VFD
series, System
Listing Current Drain Standby Control Control
(milliamps) w/ Time In
Sensors 1400 &
Stations Stations
7 AH Battery
Hours
2400 series
Auxiliary Equipment
Required
UL 1637
UL 1023
400
4
6
4
N/A
UL listed
signaling device
CSFM
UL985
400
24
6
4
Required
UL listed
signaling device
Household Burglary/ UL 1023
Fire Combination
UL 985
400
4
24
6
4
Required
UL listed
signaling device
Central Station
Burglary (Grade C)
UL 1610
UL 1635
400
4
6
4
N/A
TC1100 Tamper
Resistant cover with
a ZX410
Central Station
(Grade B)
UL 1610
UL 1635
400
4
6
4
N/A
TC1100 Tamper Burglary
Resistant cover with a
ZX410 and a UL listed
audible device
(AB12M recommended)
Local Burglary
(Grade A)
UL 609
400
4
6
4
N/A
TC1100 Tamper
Resistant cover with a
ZX410 and a UL listed
audible device
(AB12M recommended)
Police Station
Connection
(Grade A)
UL 365
400
4
6
4
N/A
TC1100 Tamper Burglary
Resistant cover with a
ZX410 and a UL listed
audible device
(AB12M recommended)
Commercial Fire
UL864
450
24
6
4
Required
ZX440F, two 12 VDC
7 Ah sealed lead acid
batteries, one 18 VAC
50 VA transformer,
one F2600 Transformer
Enclosure and a UL
listed signaling device
Application
Home Health Care
Household Burglary
Household Fire
Maximum combined continuous current drain (standby) refers to terminals 4, 6, and 10, and B1+, B2+, B3, J6 and PGO1. Under alarm
conditions, the combined output current drain should not exceed 2000 mA with an 18 VAC 50 VA transformer. Two 7 Ah batteries are required.
TABLE 4
Agency Power and Configuration Requirement
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AGENCY REQUIREMENTS
UL and ULC Listings
APPLICATION
LISTING
Household Burglary
Household Fire
Household Burglary/Household Fire Combination
Local Burglar Alarm Grades A, B and C Central Station
Police Station Connect Burglar Alarm Unit
Digital Alarm Communicator System
Home Health Care Signal System
Central Station Burglar Alarm Unit
California State Fire Marshal
Residential Burglar System
Local Burglar Alarm
Central Station
Commercial Burglary
Burglar Alarm Units Central & Monitoring
Commercial Fire
UL 1023
UL 985
UL 1023/UL 985
UL 609
UL 365
UL 1635
UL 1637
UL 1610
TBD
ULC 5310
ULC 5303
ULC 5301
ULC 5302
ULC 5304
UL 864
TABLE 5
UL and ULC Listings
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NFPA RULES
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Rules
The National Fire and Burglar Alarm Association
(NFPA) has established rules to follow pertaining to
fire prevention and the installation of fire detection
equipment.
Testing
This system should be tested weekly. All switches,
contacts, and accessories must be UL Listed devices.
This equipment should be installed in accordance
with the National Fire Protection Association Standard No. 72 (National Fire Protection Association,
Batterymarch Park, Quincy MA 02269). Control
panel specifications are subject to change without
notice.
Smoke Detector Locations
For residential applications, install smoke detectors
in each bedroom and outside each separate sleeping area in the immediate vicinity of the bedrooms
and on each additional story of the family living unit
including basement and excluding crawl spaces and
unfinished attics. In new construction, a smoke detector should also be installed in each sleeping area.
For family living units with one or more split levels
(i.e.: adjacent levels with less than one full story separation between levels), a smoke detector required
by the above is sufficient for an adjacent lower level,
including basements. EXCEPTION: Where there is
an intervening door between one level and the adjacent lower level, install a smoke detection on the
lower level. For commercial applications, install
smoke detectors in each separate work area, including hallways and storage areas.
Consult smoke detector specifications and local and national
codes for coverage descriptions.
4 in.(0.1m) Minimum
4 in.(0.1m) Minimum
Acceptable Here
SIDE WALL
Never Here
Top of Detector
Acceptable Here
NOTE: All measurements are to
the closest edge of the detector
Install ceiling-mounted smoke detectors in the center of the room or hall, not less than 4 inches from
any wall. When mounting the detector on a wall,
place the top of the detector 4 to 12 inches from
the ceiling.
Bedroom
Hall
12 in.(0.3m) Maximum
CEILING
Bedroom
Living
Recreation
Do not install smoke detectors where normal ambient temperatures are above 100˚F. (37.8˚C.)
Basement
Do not position smoke detectors in front of air conditioners, heating registers, ceiling fans, or other locations where normal air circulation will keep smoke
from entering the detector.
Indicates required smoke detector
Indicates smoke detector is optional
if door is not provided between living
and recreational rooms.
Bedroom
Living
Hall
Bedroom
Dining
Indicates smoke detector
required in new construction.
Heat from a fire rises to the ceiling, spreads out across
the ceiling surface and begins to bank down from
the ceiling. Corners where the ceiling and walls meet
create air spaces in to which heat has difficulty penetrating. Usually, these dead air spaces measure
about four (4) inches (0.1m) along the ceiling from
the corner and four (4) inches (0.1m) down the wall.
Do not place heat or smoke detectors in these dead
air spaces.
Basement
A smoke detector should be located
on each story.
Dining
Kitchen
Bedroom
TV
Room
Living
Bedroom
FIGURE 23
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Bedroom
In family living units with more than one sleeping
area, a smoke detector should be provided to
protect each sleeping area in addition to the
detectors required in bedrooms.
Smoke Detector Placement
SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING
System Troubleshooting
When the system detects a trouble condition, it is
periodically displayed on the Control Station(s) and
a trouble tone is sounded. The trouble tone will
sound until it is either silenced (with an OFF +
passcode) or until the trouble condition restores. If
a trouble condition is silenced and then is still present
4 hours after it was silenced, then the trouble sounder
will be re-activated for 5 seconds and again every 4
hours. The display of a trouble condition will continue to appear until the condition either restores or
is cleared.
TROUBLE
DESCRIPTION
AC FAILURE
Indicates the loss of AC power or that the AC voltage is not high enough to power the system.
ALARM SILENCED
Indicates that an Auxiliary or Holdup Alarm condition is present and the alarm has been manually silenced.
BELL 1 FAULT
Indicates that there is a short or an open in the wiring or that the EOL is missing on Fire Bell 1 or that the Bell
Disconnect switch on the ZXCFM is on.
BELL 2 FAULT
Indicates that there is a short or an open in the wiring or that the EOL is missing on Fire Bell 2 or that the Bell
Disconnect switch on the ZXCFM is on. ZX440F alternates monitoring between Fire Bell 1 and Fire Bell 2, so
it may take a minute before a fault or restore occurs.
BELL 1/BELL 2 SILENCED
Indicates that a Fire Alarm condition is present and the Fire Bell(s) has been manually silenced. A manual
Smoke Reset is required to clear the alarm condition.
CALL RPM FAIL
Indicates that an installer initiated call to the Remote Programming computer was unsuccessful.
COMM FAILURE
Indicates that an event was not successfully communicated to the Central Station. This condition can be
cleared by disabling both phone lines.
FIRE TROUBLE
Indicates that there is wiring problem on a Fire zone or that a Fire Alarm condition is present and the Fire
Bell(s) has been manually silenced. A manual Smoke Reset is required to clear the alarm condition.
GROUND FAULT
Indicates an earth ground connection on any output circuit.
KEYPAD MISSING
Indicates that a supervised keypad is no longer responding to polls from the control panel. Possible causes
include: The keypad has been removed or had its address changed, faulty data bus wiring, or multiple supervised keypads at the same address. This condition can be cleared by pressing the CLEAR key for 3 seconds.
LOW/NO BATTERY
Indicates that the battery voltage is low or that no battery is present.
MEMORY ERROR
Indicates that the system has detected corruption of Function Map data. This condition can only be cleared
by pressing the CLEAR key for 3 seconds.
NO COMMUNICATION
FROM CONTROL
Indicates that the keypad is not receiving commands from the control panel. Possible causes include: Faulty
data bus wiring, bad address setting on the keypad, control panel failure, or control panel shutdown due to
low operating voltage (hibernation mode).
NON-TELCO FAIL
Indicates that Non-Telco event reporting has been selected, but the Non-Telco interface is not functioning.
PHONE LINE 1 FAIL
Indicates that Phone Line Monitoring has been enabled for Phone Line 1 and a fault has been detected on
Phone Line 1. This condition can be cleared by disabling Monitoring of Phone Line 1.
PHONE LINE 2 FAIL
Indicates that Phone Line Monitoring has been enabled for Phone Line 2 and a fault has been detected on
Phone Line 2. This condition can be cleared by disabling Monitoring of Phone Line 2. ZX440F alternates
monitoring between Phone Line 1 and Phone Line 2, so it may take several minutes before a fault or restore
occurs.
SMOKE TROUBLE
Indicates that a Smoke Detector needs to be cleaned. This condition will clear automatically some time after
the detector(s) has been cleaned or it may be cleared by performing a Smoke Reset or by pressing the CLEAR
key for 3 seconds.
SUPERVISORY TROUBLE
Indicates that there is a wiring problem on a Fire Supervisory zone or that a Supervisory Alarm condition is
present and has been manually silenced.
ZONE MISSING
Indicates that the zone’s expansion device is not responding to polls from the control panel.
ZONE TROUBLE
Indicates that a wiring problem exists on the zone or that a Burglar Tamper condition exists and the condition
has been silenced.
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OPERATING THE SYSTEM
Operating the System
Introduction
Powering Up With The Control
Station
The Sentrol ZX440F Security System incorporates the
most desired operational features available today. The
ZX440F features ease of installation and programming
with an easy-to-operate keypad. Features such as crosszoning, and an audibles “mute” function on the keypad help reduce false alarms.
The control comes from the manufacturer with a factory set (default) program. The factory default code
for user passcode No. 1 is “1234”. This passcode is
authorized to perform all user level functions. The
default setting for the installer passcode is “9632”. The
installer passcode can perform the installer level functions. (See Installer Level Programming - User Data
Description for the listed functions). All zones and Control Stations are assigned to Area 1 at default. The default setting for user passcode No. 50 is “1245” and it
is authorized to perform all user level functions. It is
assigned to both Area 1 and 2.
The ZX440F, when defaulted to Commercial Fire mode,
provides one 2-wire smoke detector zone and ten burglar zones (one delay, two interior and seven instant).
Zones 6 & 12 are dedicated as Phone Line Monitor
and Ground Fault Monitor inputs and may not be used.
A Zone Expander Module (ZXEXP) may be added to
provide an additional 2-wire smoke detector zone and
up to 16 additional zones. Up to 16 RF Points may be
used with the 4710 and 4720 RF Gateways.
When a Control Station is powered-up, it briefly displays a test pattern followed by its data bus address.
The Control Station will then begin displaying information from the control panel. During the first fifteen
seconds after power-up, the control panel will instruct
the Control Station to display the panel’s software revision and flash the AWAY, STAY, NIGHT, READY, and
TROUBLE LEDs.
The ZX440F Security Control is easily programmed with
any one of four Control Stations (LCD, LED, SSD, or
VFD). The Control’s on-board RAM maintains its data
even with the power disconnected.
The ZX440F Security Control allows the division of a
single system into two distinct areas, with an optional
common area. To the customer, each area appears to
be a fully functional system. The common area appears to be an extension of both areas. Each zone must
be assigned to one of the two areas or to the common
area. Each Control Station must be assigned to one of
the two areas and may be extended to operate in the
other area as a secondary area. The common area is
accessible to all Control Stations.
READY
TROUBLE
PANEL REV 2.10
WITH FIRE MODULE
NOTE
The Control may have up to 50 user codes. Each user
passcode must be assigned to one or both of the areas, and it must also be programmed with one of the
15 different levels of authority.
Rev number may change as software
is upgraded.
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OPERATING THE SYSTEM
Nearly every option on the control requires the use
of a valid user passcode. The user passcode may be
used for functions in a specific area or system-wide.
Most of the options may be performed at any time,
even while the control is fully or partially armed. To
perform a function, a user must press the key corresponding to that function and then enter a passcode
with the appropriate authority level. For purposes
of discussion, the installer and the end user are both
considered system users, but have different levels of
authorization.
Once the zones are in a secure state, the Control
Station displays:
READY
TROUBLE
A1 READY TO ARM
JAN 21 05:27:52
Control Stations
READY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
FIRE
9
10
11
12
VIEW INFO
ALM MEM
EVENT LOG
1
2
3
D
OFF
CANCEL
BYPASS
AWAY
1
TROUBLE
DELAY ARM
READY
TROUBLE
VIEW INFO
D
OFF
CANCEL
CHIME
5
6
TEST
PROGRAM
7
8
9
QUIT
ACCESS
INSTANT
ENTER
CLEAR
0
ENTER
NEXT
HOME
6
PROGRAM
8
9
QUIT
ACCESS
INSTANT
CLEAR
0
AWAY
STAY
STAY
A
B
3
CHIME
4
5
TEST
7
NIGHT
EVENT LOG
2
DELAY ARM
RST SMOKE
4
RST SMOKE
HOME
ALM MEM
1
BYPASS
NEXT
NIGHT
C
PREV
SSD Control Station
(ZXSSD)
LED Control Station
(ZXLED12)
D
OFF
CANCEL
AWAY
EVENT LOG
VIEW INFO
ALM MEM
1
2
3
1
2
3
BYPASS
DELAY ARM
CHIME
BYPASS
DELAY ARM
CHIME
4
5
6
4
5
6
TEST
PROGRAM
RST SMOKE
TEST
PROGRAM
7
8
9
QUIT
ACCESS
INSTANT
CLEAR
0
ENTER
RST SMOKE
7
8
9
QUIT
ACCESS
INSTANT
CLEAR
0
ENTER
VIEW INFO
D
OFF
CANCEL
AWAY
STAY
HOME
ALM MEM
EVENT LOG
STAY
NEXT
HOME
NIGHT
NEXT
NIGHT
VFD Control Station
(ZXVFD)
LCD Control Station
(ZXLCD)
FIGURE 22 System Control Stations
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Control Station Overview
For SSD, LED, LCD, and VFD Control Stations:
Away, Stay, and Night Keys
These keys, followed by a passcode, arm one or both areas to the
AWAY, STAY, or NIGHT level.
Away, Stay, and Night LED’s
These LEDs backlight the AWAY, STAY, and NIGHT keys to indicate the
armed level of the Control Station’s primary area. These will flash
during Exit Time or during a Burglar Alarm after Dialer Delay has expired.
Off/Cancel Key
This key, followed by a valid user code, disarms an area(s), silences
and cancels alarms, and silences trouble conditions.
Instant/Enter Key
This key is used in programming to store entered data. Also, when
pressed during an exit time from a STAY or NIGHT arming, this key
disables both the entry and exit times for the primary area of the
Control Station.
Keypad Audibles
The piezo resonator activates for conditions including entry and exit
notification, alarm, trouble, chime, etc.
Panic Keys
When enabled, these keys activate the panic alarms (Fire, Police, Medical Emergency) or call a pager.
Clear/Quit Key
This key is used to reset any entry error and to allow you to escape out
of an operation. To clear a “Missing Keypad”, “Memory Error”, or
“Smoke Trouble” system trouble condition or to turn off the Duress
output, press and hold the CLEAR key for three seconds.
Keyboard Backlighting
The Control Station contains recessed LEDs to provide a light in dark
or dimly lit environments.
For SSD and LED Control Stations only:
Ready LED
This LED indicates the status of the Burglar zones assigned to the Control Station’s primary area. It illuminates when the Burglar zones are
all secure.
Trouble LED
This LED will illuminate for system troubles (AC failure, low battery,
communication failure), zone troubles, and Burglar Tamper conditions.
(See Operating the System - Trouble Conditions for a complete list of
trouble conditions).
For LED Control Stations only:
Zone Status LED’s
These LEDs generally indicate the condition of zones 1 through 12.
See the ZXLED8/ZXLED12 User Guide for how the LEDs indicate the
Normal, Faulted, Bypassed, Trouble, and Alarm conditions.
These LEDs may also display system trouble conditions and programming information.
Fire Zone LED
This LED indicates the status of the two-wire smoke zone on the main
control board (Zone 30).
For SSD Control Stations only:
Seven Segment Display
The three Seven Segment Display (SSD) characters enunciate system
status, zone status and user information. See the ZXSSD User Guide for
details.
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Control Station Function Keys
All Control Station function keys (except the View
Info Key) require that the function key be pressed
followed by a valid passcode. The passcode’s authority level will determine if the selected function
can be performed. While entering the passcode,
there will be a four second time-out for no activity.
After the passcode has been entered, there will be a
three minute time-out for no activity. The time-out
will return the Control Station to idle. The operator
may press the CLEAR key at any time to return the
Control Station to idle.
Below are the functions associated with keys 0 - 9
and a brief description of the functions. For details
on the operation of these functions, as well as on
the three arming keys, see the appropriate User
Guide.
1
2
3
4
EVENT LOG KEY
From an LED or SSD Control Station, this
key will initiate printing of the Event Log.
From an LCD or VFD Control Station, this
key will allow you to view the Event Log
on the Control Station or initiate printing the log.
BYPASS KEY
This key allows you to select zones to be
bypassed (removed from the system) and
unbypassed (restored to the system).
6
CHIME KEY
This key turns the chime function on or
off for a particular area.
7
PROGRAM KEY
This key is used to enter installer or user
level programming. User level programming is described in the appropriate User
Guide. Installer level programming is
described in Installer Level Programming.
0
ACCESS KEY
This key is used to activate a door strike
or other similar function.
The Control Station secondary function keys may
be activated by pressing the ENTER key followed by
Key #1 through Key #6. A passcode is not required
to activate these functions. These functions are activated by pressing the following:
ALM MEM KEY
This key allows you to view the most recent alarm event(s) on the Control Station.
DELAY ARM KEY
This key extends or postpones an automatic arming by one hour.
9
Secondary Function Keys
VIEW INFO KEY
This key is used to view information and
scroll through alarm and trouble conditions. A passcode is not required to perform this function.
5
TEST KEY
This key allows you to perform one of the
six following tests: Walk, Battery, Bell,
Communications, Keypad, and RF Signal
Strength. After a valid passcode is entered, you may select the test to perform.
8
ENTER
+
1
Turns Lamp Trigger Output
ON or OFF
ENTER
+
2
Turns Universal Output ON or
OFF
ENTER
+
3
Quick Access from Keypad
ENTER
+
4
Turns Key 4 Output ON or OFF
ENTER
+
5
Turns Key 5 Output ON or OFF
ENTER
+
6
Turns Key 6 Output ON or OFF
Please see Installer Level Programming - Output Definitions Description for more details on the operation
of these functions. The above outputs are only available to the user if you program them as Programmable
Outputs. If any of these features are made available to
the user, please instruct the user on their operation as
it is not detailed in the appropriate User Guide.
RST SMOKE KEY
This key resets all latched smoked detectors and clears “Smoke Troubles” and
”Bell Silenced”.
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Installer Arming and Disarming
Low Signal (LOW or 1 Control Station beep): a low
or not acceptable level of RF signal was measured by
the receiver for that location of the transmitter. Make
multiple test transmissions, making sure that obstructions between the transmitter and receiver are normal
but minimized (hands away from units, metal ladders
away from receiver, etc.) during these tests. The transmitter and/or receiver will need to be relocated to obtain ACCEPTABLE level readings.
The installer passcode may be used to arm one or
both areas. It may be used to disarm one or both
areas, but only if the area was armed by the installer
passcode. It may be used to silence alarms and to
silence trouble conditions. When it is used to silence a Burglar alarm, it will not disarm the area or
cancel the alarm unless the area was armed by the
installer passcode. For a detailed description of arming and disarming procedures, see the appropriate
User Guide.
No Signal (NO or 1 long Control Station beep):
no RF signal or an extremely low RF signal was measured by the receiver for that location of the transmitter. Bring the transmitter to the RF Gateway and
activate the transmitter. The red LED on the RF Gateway should blink. If it does not, then the transmitter
is not working. If the red LED does blink, but the
signal strength is still NO SIGNAL, then a programming error exists. Check the programming of the
zone in both the RF Gateway and the panel. If the
signal strength is STRONG or ACCEPTABLE, then the
transmitter and/or receiver will need to be relocated
to obtain ACCEPTABLE level readings. Be sure to
power down the control to clear out all signal
strength levels before testing the transmitter at its
new location.
Installer On Premises
When the installer passcode is used to program Function Map data or User Codes, a “Local Program Begin” event is logged to be reported. A “Local Program
End” event is logged to be reported 255 seconds after
the programming mode is exited or upon the CLEAR
key being pressed and held for three seconds.
Testing
After testing has been completed, the RF Gateway and
RF Zone Devices should be permanently mounted.
The ZX440F provides the following testing capabilities: Walk Test, Battery Test, Bell Test, Communicator
Test, Keypad Test and RF Signal Strength Test. Refer to
the appropriate User Guide for instructions on performing these tests. Always ensure that a Walk Test (and an
RF Signal Strength Test when applicable) is performed
on a new installation.
NOTE
Series 4000 RF Gateways and
transmitters which are not UL Labeled are not allowed in UL Certificated installations.
To test the Received Signal Strength of each RF Zone
Device, use Test 6 - RF Signal Strength Test. From
the Control Station press the “8” key, followed by
the Installer Code (9632) and then press the “6”
key. Next press the RF Zone Device Number (13 to
28). The Control Station will display and sound the
Received Signal Strength of the last transmission sent
by the RF Zone Device. See results below:
Strong Signal (HOT or 5 Control Station beeps):
a strong or high level RF signal was measured by the
receiver for that location of the transmitter. This is a
good location for the transmitter and receiver.
Acceptable (ACC or 3 Control Station beeps): a
normal or acceptable level of RF signal was measured by the receiver for that location of the transmitter. This is a good location for the transmitter
and receiver.
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PROGRAMMING THE CONTROL
Programming the Control
Introduction
Area Partitioning
The control may be programmed locally from any
LED, SSD, LCD, or VFD Control Station. Throughout
this section, the three Panic keys are referred to as
the Left Panic key, Center Panic key and Right Panic
key.
The control may be divided (partitioned) into two
independent areas. To the customer, each area appears to be a full-featured system. This allows one
control to be shared by two independent departments within a common structure.
NOTE
Local Programming
LED Control Stations cannot have a
Secondary Area.
There are two levels of Control Station programming:
User level and Installer level.
Each area can be programmed to control separate
outputs with a dedicated audible or annunciator. It
is also possible to combine the outputs of both areas so that a central siren, bell or audible can be
used. The audible should be positioned so that it
can be heard by all partitions. When partitioning is
not desired, simply designate all zones to a single
area (Area 1).
User Level Programming
Provides the ability to add, change, or delete user
passcodes. It also allows Scheduled Arming and
Latch Key operation to be changed. A user passcode
with authority level 9, 10, or 15 is required to access
the user level programming (see Installer Level Programming - Authority Levels). See the appropriate
User Guide for more information regarding user level
programming.
An example of a partitioning application is a business that is divided into two departments with both
departments occupied by a different manager. The
control communicator would be installed in a secure area (common utility closet) with dedicated and
uninterrupted AC power and telephone service. This
must be considered when planning the control panel
position as the power and phone service to a tenant
may be terminated if that tenant leaves.
Installer Level Programming
Allows total customization of the control’s operating features. Only the installer code may access this
level. Anyone attempting installer level programming should be familiar with the contents of this
publication prior to programming the control panel.
Each tenant’s compartment is assigned an area with a
number of zones, codes, and Control Stations. When
an area experiences an alarm or other event, the adjacent system area is not alerted to the event since the
Control Station would be programmed to respond only
to events in the assigned area (see Table 1).
NOTE
If the installer code is lost or forgotten, it may be impossible to program
the control locally.
If remote programming is used, it is possible to “lockout” or prevent takeover of a control by another installation company by selecting “Lockout Local
Prog.” This prevents the installer passcode from
gaining access through local Control Station programming. The installer passcode may still be used
for the non-programming functions described in
Installer Level Programming - Authority Levels. Lockout Local Prog does not affect remote programming.
Another programming feature is the ability to allow
crossover between areas. This allows the user(s) from
one area to operate the other area from a designated Control Station. Programming is discussed in
detail later in this manual. By factory default, users
are only allowed to see and operate their primary
assigned area. Multi-area operation may be useful
for applications where the security system is installed
in a facility that is divided into departments. Each
department has a set of users who are responsible
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PROGRAMMING THE CONTROL
for arming and disarming only the security system
to which they are assigned. If desired, the system
may be set up to allow one or more users to have
control over both areas (see Table 2).
When reporting to the Central Station, the control
has three sets of Account Numbers. One set for system events, one set for Area 1 events and one set for
Area 2 events. Examples of System events include:
Fire Alarms and Troubles, Common Area Burglar
Alarms, AC Power Failure, Low Battery and automatic
tests. Examples of Area 1 or Area 2 events include:
Burglar Alarms, Holdup Alarms, Opening/Closings.
Another programming feature is common area burglar zones (see Operating the System - Introduction).
These zones may be used when a system needs to
be configured with two separate areas of protection
and a common area. For example, an office building with two separate offices and a common lobby.
The lobby (or common area) only gets armed when
both areas are armed in the AWAY mode. When one
area is armed in the AWAY mode, the common area
becomes an extension of the other area. When either area is disarmed, the common area also is disarmed. Faulted common area zones may be viewed
on all Control Stations.
All events are grouped into several categories with
each category having options of reporting to receiver
A, receiver B and/or a Pager.
Arming and disarming operations with a common
area are the same as without a common area, except that when an area is armed in the AWAY mode,
all common area zones may need to be secure.
Common area zones may not be force-armed, but
they may be bypassed. Common area zones may
be violated while either of the two areas is in Exit or
Entry time countdown.
Maximum Zones = 28
Up to 26 zones may be assigned to either area or
the common area (fire zones are system-wide and
have no area assignment).
Maximum Users = 50
Any number of users may be assigned to either or
both areas.
Maximum Supervised Control Stations = 6
SSD, LCD, and VFD Control Stations can be assigned
to operate in both areas if desired. LED Control Stations can only be assigned to operate in either Area
1 or Area 2.
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PROGRAMMING THE CONTROL
SYSTEM
AREA 1
AREA 2
System Account Numbers
Area 1 Account Numbers
Area 2 Account Numbers
Fire Zone 30
Burglar Zones 1 - 3
Burglar Zones 4 - 5
Users 1 - 3
Users 4 - 6
Control Stations 1 & 2
Control Stations 3 & 4
Table 1 Two Separate Areas
SYSTEM
AREA 1
AREA 2
System Account Numbers
Area 1 Account Numbers
Area 2 Account Numbers
Common Burglar Zones 7 & 8
Burglar Zones 1 - 3
Burglar Zones 4 - 5
Fire Zone 30
Users 1 - 3, 7
Users 4 - 7
Control Stations 1, 2, 5
Control Stations 3 - 5
Table 2 Two Areas with Two Common Burglar Zones (Zones 7 & 8)
A Multi-Area User Code (User 7) and a Multi-Area Control Station (Keypad 5)
LED Control Station Programming
When in programming mode, an LED Control Station will mimic what is displayed on an SSD Control
Station. The top row of LEDs will correspond to the
first SSD character, the second row to the second
SSD character and the third row to the third SSD
character. If an SSD character is 1 - 9 or A - F, then
that hexadecimal digit will be displayed in binary
on the appropriate row of LEDs. See the Installer
Level Programming section for programming with
the Control Station. It will also show examples of SSD,
LCD, or VFD Control Station displays. There are no
examples for LED Control Stations (see Figure 23).
Value
Display
1
READY and
TROUBLE LEDs
Flash indicating that the
control is in programming
mode
READY
1
2
3
4
TROUBLE
5
6
7
8
FIRE
9
10
11
12
ZONE LEDs (1 - 4)
Display hexadecimal value
corrresponding to left digit on SSD
Control Station (shown is '5')
ZONE LEDs (5 - 8)
Display hexadecimal value of
center digit (shown is '6')
ZONE LEDs (9 - 12)
Display hexadecimal value of
right digit (shown is '3')
Figure 23 LED Display
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0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 (“A”)
11 (“B”)
12 (“C”)
13 (“D”)
14 (“E”)
15 (“F”)
2
4
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INSTALLER LEVEL PROGRAMMING
Installer Level Programming
Menu Options
Set Clock
This section will describe Installer Level Programming
as performed locally from a Control Station.
Press the ‘9’ key and enter the installer passcode to
enter programming mode. Press the ‘2’ key for Set
Clock programming. The Control Station will go into
clock set mode.
To enter Installer Level Programming, press the PROGRAM (9) key and enter the installer passcode (default = 9632). The Control Station will then prompt
you to select a programming option from 1 to 9
where:
The SSD Control Station will have a Set Clock prompt
display. The LCD and VFD Control Station will display the current hour, minute, month, day, and year
(HH:MM MM/DD/YY). The zone LEDs on an LED
Control Station will remain off. The hour must be
entered in 24-hour format.
1 = SET CLOCK
2 = EDIT FUNCTION MAP
3 = PROGRAMMING ZONE NAMES
4 = PROGRAMMING USER CODES
5 = RESTORE FACTORY DEFAULTS
14:58 02/11/96
ENTER = COMPLETE
6 = SET DAYS UNTIL NEXT COMM TEST
7 = PROGRAM RF DATA
The operator may start entering numbers from the
first hour digit. As a number is entered, it is displayed
and the cursor automatically moves to the next position on the LCD and VFD Control Station. When a
digit is entered, the Control Station will display:
24:58 02/11/96
ENTER = COMPLETE
If the CLEAR key is pressed, the cursor will move
back to the first hour digit and any changes that
were entered will be erased, i.e.: the current time
and date will be re-displayed. If the CLEAR key is
pressed and no changes have been entered, the
Control Station will return to idle with no changes
to the time or date.
14:58 02/11/96
ENTER = COMPLETE
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INSTALLER LEVEL PROGRAMMING
Entering a New Value at a Location
If the ENTER key is pressed, all changes that were
entered will be range checked. The entire time and
date need not be entered. Any fields that are not
entered will remain unchanged. If the data entered
is within range parameters, the clock will be updated
and the Control Station will return to idle. A “Begin
Set Clock” event will indicate the time before the
change and an “End Set Clock” event will indicate
the time after the change. If the entered data is out
of range, the Control Station will indicate an error,
erase the previous entries and re-display the current
time and date.
While the Control Station is displaying the value at a
location, you can enter digits to change the value at
that location. The new value is displayed as you
enter the digits. Other keys work as follows:
ENTER
- if pressed after new digits are entered,
the displayed value is stored at the
current location.
- if pressed with no new digits entered,
then it will go to the next location.
Right Panic - if pressed, it will go back one location and ignore any digits entered.
Key
CLEAR
INVALID SETTING
Edit Function Map
- if pressed after new digits are entered,
the new digits will be erased and the
original value will be re-displayed at
the location.
- if pressed with no new digits entered,
then it will return to the LOCATION
prompt.
OFF CANCEL - on an LED or SSD Control Station, it
will momentarily display the present
location number.
Press the ‘9’ key and enter the installer passcode to
enter programming mode. Press the ‘3’ key to enter Edit Function Map mode. The Control Station
will prompt you for a location to be programmed.
The location numbers, definitions, and valid entries
for the locations are described in the Installer Level
Programming - Function Map section. From this
mode, you may edit the entire Function Map except for User Codes and Zone Names. Editing Zone
Names is described in the Installer Level Programming - Programming Zone Names section. Editing
User Codes is described in the Installer Level Programming - Programming User Codes section.
NOTE
When you press the ENTER key to
store the new value, the system will
store the value as entered. It is the
responsibility of the programmer to
enter a value within the specified
range. If the value entered is out of
the range, then undesirable operation
may occur. In some cases, if the value
entered is too large, it will be truncated before it is stored causing a different value to be stored than was
entered.
From the LOCATION prompt, enter digits for the
desired location number. The digits entered will be
displayed. If more than three digits are entered, the
first digit entered will be discarded. If you make a
mistake, you may press the CLEAR key to clear out
the location and start over. When the desired location number is displayed, press the ENTER key. The
Control Station will then display the current value
programmed at that location.
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INSTALLER LEVEL PROGRAMMING
Programming Account Code and
Telephone Number Digits
As in programming normal fields, if too many digits
are entered, the first digit entered will be discarded.
The ENTER, OFF CANCEL, Right Panic key, and CLEAR
keys will work the same as described above.
When the location being programmed is an account
code or telephone number digit (see Installer Level
Programming - Communication Telephone Numbers
Description and Area Event Reporting Description),
the value will be displayed as an “H” followed by a
single digit. The “H” indicates that this location is a
Hexadecimal field. The valid entries for these locations are “0” through “F”, where A - F correspond
to 10 - 15 respectively.
Additional Programming Notes
As in programming normal fields, if too many digits
are entered, the first digit entered will be discarded.
The ENTER, OFF CANCEL, Right Panic key, and CLEAR
keys will work the same as described above.
To exit out of Edit Function Map mode and return
the Control Station to the idle state, press the CLEAR
key from the LOCATION prompt. (You may need to
press the CLEAR key several times to get to the LOCATION prompt). An “End Local Programming”
event will not be logged until 255 seconds after you
exit programming mode. This is to allow you to exit
and re-enter programming mode repeatedly without logging each one. To force an “End Local Programming” event to be logged, immediately (i.e.:
to have it reported to the Central Station), press and
hold the CLEAR key for three seconds.
Programming Report Codes and Attribute
Fields
When programming the value at the last programming location, the Control Station will return to the
LOCATION prompt if the ENTER key is pressed.
To program a digit, enter digits as normal. To enter
an A - F, enter a ‘1’ followed by a ‘0’ through ‘5’.
If the panel has been programmed from RPM/2 Pro
and the Agency Code has been loaded into the panel,
then the locations corresponding to the telephone
numbers and account codes will not be editable.
When the location being programmed is a report
code (see Installer Level Programming - Zone Report Codes Description thru System Report Codes
Description) or an attribute field (see Installer Level
Programming - Area Data Descriptions thru Zone
Data Descriptions and System Report Codes Description thru Area Schedules Description), the value will
be displayed as an “H” followed by two digits. The
“H” indicates that this location is a Hexadecimal field.
The valid entries for these locations are “00” through
“FF”, where A - F correspond with 10 - 15 respectively. The Control Station display will automatically
display the hexadecimal value.
Programming Zone Names
Only the LCD and VFD Control Station may be used
to program zone names. Press the ‘9’ key and enter
the installer passcode to enter programming mode.
Press the ‘4’ key to program the zone names. The
Control Station will prompt you for a Zone ID to be
programmed. The valid Zone IDs are 1 - 5, 7 - 11,
13 - 30.
To program one of these locations, enter digits as
normal. To display a ‘1’ in the first digit location,
you must enter a ‘0’ before the ‘1’, i.e. ‘01’ displays
a ‘1’. To enter an A - F, enter a ‘1’ followed by a ‘0’
through ‘5’. For example:
Enter
1-2-3
0-1-2
1-8
0-1-1-0
1-2
2-1
Enter a number corresponding to the Zone ID and
press ENTER. Once a valid Zone ID is selected, the
control will display the Zone ID and the current Zone
Name with the cursor on the first character. Press
the key associated with each character. Each keypress
will change the display to the next character listed
for that key. The characters available for programming the Zone Names are located on the next page.
To Get
C3
12
18
1A
0C
21
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Key #1
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 : ; < = > ? @
Key #2
A B C
Key #3
D E F
Key #4
G H I
Key #5
J K L
Key #6
MNO
Key #7
P Q R S
Key #8
T U V
Key #9
W X Y Z [ ¥ ] ^ _
Key #0
space ! “ # $ % & ‘ * + , - . /
Left Panic Key
Programming User Codes
The installer passcode has the authority to program
user passcodes locally if Lockout Local Installer Programming is disabled. The control may be programmed with up to 50 user passcodes. See Installer
Level Programming - User Data Description for instructions on setting the authority level and area assignment for each passcode. To program or change
a user passcode:
1. Press the ‘9’ key and enter the installer passcode
to enter programming mode.
2. Press the ‘5’ key to Program User Codes. The
Control Station will prompt you to enter the User
ID of the passcode that you wish to program.
3. Enter the ID number and press the ENTER key.
Used to move the cursor back one
position
4. Enter the new four-digit passcode. The Control
Station will beep twice and return to the User ID
prompt.
Right Panic Key Used to move the cursor forward one
position
5. Enter a new ID number or press the CLEAR key
to exit.
If the ENTER or CLEAR key is pressed and no changes
have been made, the Control Station will return to
the Zone ID prompt. If the CLEAR key is pressed
and changes have been made, all changes will be
cleared and the Control Station will return to displaying the original Zone Name. To save any changes
made to the Zone Name, press the ENTER key. The
Control Station will return to the Zone ID prompt.
Press the CLEAR key to return to idle.
The entire passcode is displayed on an LCD/VFD
Control Station. Only one digit at a time is displayed
on an SSD Control Station. To view the existing
passcode on an SSD Control Station, press the ENTER key after each digit is displayed.
If the new passcode being entered is a duplicate of
an existing one, the Control Station will sound an
error tone and return to the first digit location so
that you may try again. To make a User passcode
inoperable, enter “0000” as the new four-digit
passcode.
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Restore Factory Defaults
Days Until Next Comm Test
This function provides a means to completely wipe
out the panel’s memory and restore it to a factory
default state. If successfully completed, the panel
will:
The scheduling of Automatic Communications Tests
requires programming a “Comm Test Time-of-Day”
and the number of “Days Between Comm Tests” as
described in Installer Level Programming - Communicator Data Description. If “Days Between Comm
Tests” is zero, then no automatic comm tests will
occur. Otherwise, a comm test will occur when a
Days Until the Next Comm Test counter ticks down
to zero. This function allows you to view that Days
counter. If the value displayed is zero or one, then
the next comm test will occur at the next “Comm
Test Time-of-Day”. This function also allows you to
change the number of Days Until the Next Comm
Test.
• default the entire Function Map (including Zone
Names and User Passcodes)
• clear the Event Log and log a “System Startup”
event
• clear all alarm, trouble and armed conditions
• not affect the System Clock (time and date)
Press the ‘9’ key and enter the installer passcode to
enter programming mode. Press the ‘6’ key to enter Restore Factory Defaults mode. The Control Station will prompt you to select the default mode.
Press the ‘9’ key and enter the installer passcode to
enter programming mode. Press the ‘7’ key to enter Days Until Next Comm Test programming. The
Control Station will display the number of days until
the next scheduled comm test.
To change this value, enter a number between 0
and 255. If a mistake is made, press the CLEAR key
to start over. If a number greater than 255 is entered, the first digit entered will be discarded. When
the desired number of days is displayed, press the
ENTER key. The Control Station will return to idle.
To exit out of this function without adjusting the
number of days, press the CLEAR key.
ENT 0=STANDARD
1=COMM FIRE
For a ZX400 or ZX410, enter 0. For a ZX440F, enter
1. To convert a ZX410 to a ZX440F with a ZXCFK
(Commercial Fire Kit), you must default the panel
with option 1. Once the default mode is selected,
the Control Station will prompt you to re-enter the
installer passcode for verification.
NOTE
The ZX440F will not function correctly if option 0 is enabled.
TO DEFAULT PANEL
ENTER PASSCODE
If it is entered correctly, the Control Station will go
back to the system powering up display.
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Program RF Data
After the last digit is entered, the data is sent to the
RF Gateway and is confirmed and the Control Station returns to the RF Device selection prompt. If
the data is successfully loaded into the RF Gateway,
the Control Station beeps twice. If the RF Gateway
does not respond, the Control Station sounds an
error tone and briefly displays an error message.
Check the data bus connections to the RF Gateway.
If the 8 digit number entered for the RF Zone is already stored in the RF Gateway for another zone,
the Control Station sounds an error tone and briefly
displays a message indicating the duplicate zone.
In order for an RF Zone Device or RF User Device to
be received by an RF Gateway, the address of the RF
Device must be programmed into the RF Gateway
(as described in the next two sections). The ZX440F
can support up to 12 RF User Devices per RF Gateway and up to 16 RF Zones. The 16 RF Zones are
programmed into the RF Gateways as devices 13-28
corresponding to zones 13-28. The 12 RF User Devices are programmed into a RF Gateway as devices
1-12 in any order (there is no correlation between
these devices and the Control Panel’s configuration
data). The 4710 RF Gateway is restricted to devices
13-20 for zones 13-20 and devices 1-12 for twelve
RF User Devices.
From the RF Device prompt, select another RF Zone
Device or press the CLEAR key to return to the RF
Gateway prompt. From the RF Gateway prompt you
can switch to program the other RF Gateway (if applicable) or press the CLEAR key to exit.
Programming RF Zone Devices Into the RF
Gateway
Press the ‘9’ key and enter the installer passcode to
enter programming mode. Press the ‘9’ key to Program RF Data. The Control Station prompts you to
select an RF Gateway to program. Press ‘1’ or ‘2’.
The Control Station then prompts you to select an
RF Device to program.
One RF Zone Device may be programmed into both
RF Gateways, but it must be programmed into a different zone on each gateway. When programming
RF Zone Data into two RF Gateways, be sure to note
which zones are programmed into each RF Gateway. When the zones are then programmed into
the Control Panel, select the correct RF Gateway as
the Expansion Device for that zone.
Enter 13 thru 28 to select an RF Zone and press ENTER. The Control Station displays the eight digits
that are currently programmed in the RF Gateway
for that zone. For each digit, you may program a
new value by pressing a digit key. The Control Station will automatically move to the next digit. To
move to the next digit without changing the current digit, press the ENTER key.
Programming RF User Devices Into the RF
Gateway
Press the ‘9’ key and enter the installer passcode to
enter programming mode. Press the ‘9’ key to Program RF Data. The Control Station prompts you to
select an RF Gateway to program. Press ‘1’ or ‘2’.
The Control Station then prompts you to select an
RF Device to program.
The first digit to enter is the Supervision setting
where:
0 = Unsupervised
1 = Reserved
2 = Reserved
3 = 4 Hours
4 = 24 Hours
Enter 1 thru 12 to select an RF User Device and press
ENTER. The Control Station displays the eight digits that are currently programmed in the RF Gateway for that device. For each digit, you may program a new value by pressing a digit key. The Control Station will automatically move to the next digit.
To move to the next digit without changing the current digit, press the ENTER key.
The next seven digits to enter come directly off of a
label on the RF Device.
If you make a mistake while entering the eight digits, press the CLEAR key and the Control Station returns to the first digit.
The first digit to enter assigns the RF User Device to
a keypad. This is required to determine the area of
operation of the RF User Device and for the Access
function. Enter ‘1’ thru ‘6’ for a keypad assignment.
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Programming RF Devices Into the Control Panel
The second digit to enter defines the operation of
the key(s) on the RF User Device, where:
SEC
DIGIT
KEY
A
KEY
B
KEY
C
KEY
D
1
AWAY
STAY
NIGHT
OFF/CANCEL
2
AWAY
STAY
ACCESS
OFF/CANCEL
3
AWAY
STAY
PANIC/HOLDUP
OFF/CANCEL
4
AWAY
STAY
AUX/MED
OFF/CANCEL
5
AWAY
STAY
ENTER 4
OFF/CANCEL
6
AWAY
PANIC/HOLDUP
ENTER 4
OFF/CANCEL
7
STAY
PANIC/HOLDUP
ENTER 4
OFF/CANCEL
8
STAY
PANIC/HOLDUP
AUX/MED
OFF/CANCEL
9
AWAY
ENTER 4
ENTER 6
OFF/CANCEL
After the RF Devices have been programmed into
the RF Gateway, they must also be programmed in
the Control Panel. The programming options for the
Control Panel’s Function Map are described in Installer Level Programming - Function Map. When
RF Devices are used in an installation, be sure to consider the following:
For an RF Zone Device, the zone data described in
Installer Level Programming - Zone Data Descriptions must be programmed for the selected zone.
The Zone Type, Area Number and Burglar Zone Attributes locations are programmed as usual. The
Expansion Device location must be set to the appropriate RF Gateway for the zone. The first digit of
Zone Attributes location doesn’t need to be programmed because it is ignored for Wireless Zones,
but the second digit must be programmed as usual.
The next six digits to enter come directly off of a
label on the RF User Device.
For an RF User Device, a user passcode must be created that consists of the last four digits of the RF
Device’s address (see Installer Level Programming Programming User Codes). An appropriate authority level and area assignment must also be programmed for that user (see Installer Level Programming - User Data Description). It is also required that
either the area assignment of the user passcode or
the area assignment of the associated keypad must
be a single area (i.e. an RF User Device on an RF
Gateway can only operate on one area). An RF User
Device can be programmed into two RF Gateways
with different keypad assignments on each. If the
device’s passcode is operational in both areas and
the keypad on one RF Gateway is operational in one
area and the keypad on the other RF Gateway is
operational on the other area, then the RF User Device can operate on either area depending on which
RF Gateway detects it.
If you make a mistake while entering the eight digits, press the CLEAR key and the Control Station returns to the first digit.
After the last digit is entered, the data is sent to the
RF Gateway and is confirmed and the Control Station returns to the RF Device selection prompt. If
the data is successfully loaded into the RF Gateway,
the Control Station beeps twice. If the RF Gateway
does not respond, the Control Station sounds an
error tone and briefly displays an error message.
Check the data bus connections to the RF Gateway.
If the 8 digit number entered for the RF User Device is
already stored in the RF Gateway for another device,
the Control Station sounds an error tone and briefly
displays a message indicating the duplicate device.
From the RF Device prompt, select another RF User
Device or press the CLEAR key to return to the RF
Gateway prompt. From the RF Gateway prompt you
can switch to program the other RF Gateway (if applicable) or press the CLEAR key to exit. In most
cases, you can program an RF User device into both
RF Gateways.
NOTE
For UL 1637 Home Health Care, RF
User Devices may only be assigned
to user passcodes 1-30.
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Function Map
To edit the Function Map, press the PROGRAM (9)
key, enter the installer passcode, and press the ‘3’
key to select the Edit Function Map programming
option. The Control Station will prompt for a location to be programmed. All function map locations
can be programmed except for user codes and zone
names.
NOTE
When entering values into the programming locations, it is possible to
enter values which exceed the valid
range of the programmed options. It
is the responsibility of the installer to
ensure the correct value of any entry
programmed into the control. The
valid entries for each location are detailed in the following sections.
Area Data Descriptions
The following table refers to programming locations
1 through 20.
ITEM
VALID RANGE
DESCRIPTION
AWAY Exit Delay Time
0 to 255 seconds
Time in seconds for all Burglar zones, may be audibly annunciated. (See Inst. Level Prog. - Prog. Notes, Note 1).
STAY & NIGHT Exit Time
0 to 255 seconds
Time in seconds for all Burglar zones, always silent.
Entry Delay Time 1
0 to 255 seconds
Time in seconds to enter Burglar zones defined as Delay #1, may
be audibly annunciated. (See Inst. Level Prog. - Prog. Notes,
Note 1A).
Entry Delay Time 2
0 to 255 seconds
Time in seconds to enter Burglar zones defined as Delay #2, may
be audibly annunciated.
Pre-Alarm Warning Time
0 to 255 seconds
Time in seconds to correct a false alarm, always audible.
(See Inst. Level Prog. - Prog. Notes, Note 2).
Panic Key Alarms
00 to 33
(see the Panic Key Table)
The first digit defines the annunciation of an alarm activated by
the Center Panic key. The second digit defines the annunciation
of an alarm activated by the Right Panic key. Either key may also
be used to initiate a call to a pager.
Closing Ringback
0= Ringback Output
1= Ringback Output and
Keypads
2= Ringback Output, Bell
Output and Keypads
Determines how the system annunciates the successful transmission of an AWAY closing report to the Central Station.
Burglar Audible Lockout
0= No Lockout
1 to 15 = Alarms for an Area
Determines the number of times that a Bell Output may be activated during an armed cycle, resets with disarm.
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ITEM
VALID RANGE
DESCRIPTION
Swinger Shunt
0= No Shunt
1 to 15 = Violations for a Zone
Determines the number of violations that may occur from an
armed burglar zone before that zone is automatically bypassed.
Area Attributes
00 to FF
(see the Area Attribute Table)
• Bypassing - enables selective bypassing of any zone that is defined as bypassable in this area.
• Force-Arming - permits arming of the area with zones faulted.
Faulted zones are temporarily bypassed and return to operation if the fault is corrected. Only zones that are defined as
bypassable may be force-armed. (See Inst. Level Prog. - Prog.
Notes, Note 4).
• Exit Arm - (See Inst. Level Prog. - Prog. Notes, Note 3).
• 3 Second Panic Keys - requires all panic keys to be pressed and
held for approximately 3 seconds in order to activate alarm
condition. Only pertains to Control Stations that are Primary
to this area.
• Double Press Panic Keys - requires all panic keys to be pressed
twice within one second to activate. Only pertains to Control
Stations that are Primary to this area.
• Two Button Arm - enables quick arming by pressing AWAY,
STAY, or NIGHT followed by the ENTER key. Cannot be used
with force-arming.
• Double Press Arm - enables quick arming by pressing AWAY,
STAY, or NIGHT twice. Cannot be used with force-arming.
• Open After Alarm - enables opening reports to be reported
only if they occur after an alarm. All “opening” events will be
logged in the Event Log regardless of setting.
• Display Bypass Armed - when armed in STAY or NIGHT mode
with bypassed or force-armed zones, Control Stations with the
area as the Primary area will indicate that there are zones that
are bypassed.
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Area Data Default Table
AREA 1
AREA 2
Loc
Default
Loc
Default
AWAY Exit Time (sec)
[1]
60
[11]
60
STAY/NIGHT Exit Time (sec)
[2]
60
[12]
60
Entry Time 1 (sec)
[3]
20
[13]
20
Entry Time 2 (sec)
[4]
40
[14]
40
Pre-Alarm Time (sec)
[5]
0
[15]
0
Panic Key Alarms
[6]
H-21
[16]
H-21
Closing Ringback
[7]
0
[17]
0
Burglar Audible Lockout
[8]
0
[18]
0
Swinger Shunt
[9]
0
[19]
0
Area Attributes
[10]
H-09
[20]
H-09
Panic Key Table
FIRST DIGIT (Center Panic Key)
SECOND DIGIT (Right Panic Key)
0 = No Keypad Sounder or Bell Output (invisible)
0 = No Keypad Sounder or Bell Output (visible)
1 = Keypad Sounder Only
1 = Keypad Sounder Only
2 = Keypad Sounder and Bell Output
2 = Keypad Sounder and Bell Output
3 = Call Pager, No Alarm
3 = Call Pager, No Alarm
If the First Digit entered is ’1‘, it must be entered as ’01‘
Area Attribute Table
ENTER FOR:
FIRST DIGIT
All Features Below Disabled
Two Button Arm
Double Press Arm
Open After Alarm
0
1
2
3
•
•
• •
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
•
•
•
• •
• • • •
Display Bypassed Armed
•
• •
• • • •
• • • • • • • •
•
•
• •
•
•
•
• •
•
SECOND DIGIT
Double Press Panic Keys
Bypass
Force-Arm
Exit Arm
• • • • • • •
•
•
•
•
• •
• • •
3 Second Panic Keys
•
•
•
•
•
• •
• • • •
• • • • • • • •
If the First Digit entered is ‘1’, it must be entered as ‘01’. A = 10; B = 11; C = 12; D = 13; E = 14; F = 15
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Keypad Data Descriptions
Keypad Data Default Table
KEYPAD 1
Loc Default
KEYPAD 2
Loc Default
LED
LED
Keypad Type
Keypad Attribute
[21] H-1C
[23]
H-1C
Access Time (sec)
[22]
[24]
5
5
KEYPAD 3
KEYPAD 4
Loc Default Loc Default
SSD
SSD
LCD/VFD
[25] H-1C
[27]
H-1C
[26]
[28]
5
5
KEYPAD 5
Loc Default
KEYPAD 6
Loc Default
LCD/VFD
[29] H-1C
[31]
H-1E
[30]
[32]
5
5
The following table refers to programming locations
21 through 32.
ITEM
VALID RANGE
DESCRIPTION
Keypad Attributes
00 to FF
(see the Keypad Attribute table.)
• Primary Area 1 or 2 - determines which area the Control
Station’s status indicator will reflect and which area the Control Station will display area status for when it is idle.
• Secondary Area Enabled - (See Inst. Level Prog. - Prog. Notes,
Note 5).
• Left Panic Key Enabled - defines if the Left Panic key is to be
enabled for Fire at this Control Station.
• Center Panic Key Enabled - defines if the Center Panic key is to
be enabled for Police or pager at this Control Station.
• Right Panic Key Enabled - defines if the Right Panic key is to be
enabled for Medical/Emergency or Pager at this Control Station.
• Silent Exit Time - silences the exit alert at the Control Station.
• Silent Entry Time - silences the entry alert at the Control Station. This does not affect Pre-Alarm Warning Time.
• Silent Trouble - silences the trouble conditions at the Control
Station.
Access Time
0 = Toggle
1 - 255 seconds
• Time in seconds for an access output activated from this Control Station. Toggle access feature allows the output to latch
ON/OFF.
• All access outputs assigned to this Control Station are affected
when the access function and a valid code is entered for this
Control Station (See Inst. Level Prog. - Output Definitions Description). It is not area dependent. Typically used to activate
electrically operated door strikes.
This control is not a UL Listed Access Control System. The access feature should not be used in UL
Listed installations.
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Keypad Attribute Table
ENTER FOR:
FIRST DIGIT
All Features Below Disabled
0
1
2
3
•
•
• •
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
•
•
• •
C
D
E
F
•
Right Panic Key Enabled
Silent Exit Time
Silent Entry Time
•
•
• •
• • • •
•
• •
• • • •
• • • • • • • •
•
•
Silent Troubles
•
SECOND DIGIT
Primary Area 1
Primary Area 2
Primary Area 1, Secondary Area 2
Primary Area 2, Secondary Area 1
Left Panic Key Enabled
•
•
•
•
•
• • • •
Center Panic Key Enabled
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
• • • •
• • • • • • • •
If the First Digit entered is ‘1’, it must be entered as ‘01’. A = 10; B = 11; C = 12; D = 13; E = 14; F = 15
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Zone Data Descriptions
Zone Data Default Table
ZONE
TYPE
AREA
Loc
Default
Loc
Default
Zone 01
[33]
1
[34]
Zone 02
[37]
1
Zone 03
[41]
Zone 04
Zone 05
EXPANSION
DEVICE
Loc
Default
BURGLAR ZONE
ATTRIBUTE
ZONE
ATTRIBUTE
Loc
Default
Loc
Default
1
[35]
H-0D
[36]
H-37
[38]
1
[39]
H-03
[40]
H-37
1
[42]
1
[43]
H-03
[44]
H-37
[45]
1
[46]
1
[47]
H-0C
[48]
H-37
[49]
1
[50]
1
[51]
H-0C
[52]
H-37
Zone 06
[53]
✝
0
[54]
✝
0
[55] H-0C N/A
[56] H-37 N/A
Zone 07
[57]
1
[58]
1
[59]
H-0C
[60]
H-37
Zone 08
[61]
1
[62]
1
[63]
H-0C
[64]
H-37
Zone 09
[65]
1
[66]
1
[67]
H-0C
[68]
H-37
Zone 10
[69]
1
[70]
1
[71]
H-0C
[72]
H-37
Zone 11
[73]
1
[74]
1
[75]
H-0C
[76]
H-37
Zone 12
[77]
0✝
[78]
0✝
[79] H-0C N/A
[80] H-37 N/A
Zone 13
[81]
1
[82]
0
[83]
0
[84]
H-0C
[85]
H-37
Zone 14
[86]
1
[87]
0
[88]
0
[89]
H-0C
[90]
H-37
Zone 15
[91]
1
[92]
0
[93]
0
[94]
H-0C
[95]
H-37
Zone 16
[96]
1
[97]
0
[98]
0
[99]
H-0C
[100]
H-37
Zone 17
[101]
1
[102]
0
[103]
0
[104]
H-0C
[105]
H-37
Zone 18
[106]
1
[107]
0
[108]
0
[109]
H-0C
[110]
H-37
Zone 19
[111]
1
[112]
0
[113]
0
[114]
H-0C
[115]
H-37
Zone 20
[116]
1
[117]
0
[118]
0
[119]
H-0C
[120]
H-37
Zone 21
[121]
1
[122]
0
[123]
0
[124]
H-0C
[125]
H-37
Zone 22
[126]
1
[127]
0
[128]
0
[129]
H-0C
[130]
H-37
Zone 23
[131]
1
[132]
0
[133]
0
[134]
H-0C
[135]
H-37
Zone 24
[136]
1
[137]
0
[138]
0
[139]
H-0C
[140]
H-37
Zone 25
[141]
1
[142]
0
[143]
0
[144]
H-0C
[145]
H-37
Zone 26
[146]
1
[147]
0
[148]
0
[149]
H-0C
[150]
H-37
Zone 27
[151]
1
[152]
0
[153]
0
[154]
H-0C
[155]
H-37
Zone 28
[156]
1
[157]
0
[158]
0
[159]
H-0C
[160]
H-37
Zone 29*
[161]
0
[162]
H-63
Zone 30**
[163]
2
[164]
H-63
* Zone 29 is the Two-Wire Smoke Zone on the ZXEXP Module
** Zone 30 is the Two-Wire Smoke Zone on the Control Board
✝ ZX440F uses Zone 6 and Zone 12 for Telco Monitor and Ground Fault Monitor inputs.
They are not available for programming.
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The following table refers to programming locations
33 - 164.
ITEM
Zone Type
Note: Zone 29 & 30 may
only be programmed as
24 Hour Fire, Verified
Fire, Fire Supervisory, 24
Hour Water Flow or Not
Used; any other will be
interpreted as Not Used.
All other zones may be
programmed as any
zone type.
VALID RANGE
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
DESCRIPTION
= Not Used
= Burglar
= 24 Hour Fire
= 24 Hour Holdup
= 24 Hour Auxiliary
= Momentary Keyswitch
(Arm AWAY/Disarm)
= 24 Hour Communicator
= 24 Hour Burglar Tamper
= Universal
= Universal Logged
• Critical Condition Monitor (CCM), no local display.
• May be used to activate an output that is programmed as Universal. Only the Universal Logged is posted in the Event Log
when activated. No events are reported to the Central Station.
• Upon activation, control resets switched smoke power. The
loop is ignored for 30 seconds. Subsequent activation within
the next 60 seconds causes an alarm.
10 = Verified Fire
11 = Fire Supervisory
12 = Reserved
13 = 24 Hour Water Flow
14 = 24 Hour Non-Alarm
• See Inst. Level Prog. - Prog. Notes, Note 16.
• Communicator with local display, but no local sounder.
Area Number
0
1
2
3
= Disable
= Area 1
= Area 2
= Common Area
• Determines which area the zone belongs to. Fire zones are
visible to both areas regardless of settings. Only Burglar zones
may be assigned to the Common Area (see Operating the
System - Introduction).
Expansion Device
0
1
2
3
= ZXEXP
= RF Gateway 1
= RF Gateway 2
= ZEM
• Determines which data bus device the system will poll to get
the zone’s status data.
Burglar Zone Attributes
00 to FF
(see the Burglar Zone
Attribute Table)
• See Inst. Level Prog. - Prog. Notes, Note 2, 6, and 7 for a
complete description of the Burglar Zone Attributes. The
Chime Always attribute may be used with Universal zones as
well as Burglar zones.
Zone Attributes
00 to FF
(see the Zone Attribute Table)
• Bell Output on Alarm - determines if Bell Output activates
due to an alarm from the zone. (See Inst. Level Prog. - Prog.
Notes, Note 8).
• Keypad Sounder on Alarm - determines if Control Station
sounder activates due to an alarm from the zone. (See Inst.
Level Prog. - Prog. Notes, Note 8).
• Fire Bell 2 on Alarm - determines if Fire Bell 2 activates due to an
alarm from the zone. This only applies to Fire and Verified Fire
Zones on where there is no Water Flow Zone. (See Inst. Level
Prog. - Prog. Notes, Note 8).
• Bypassable - determines if a zone may be bypassed or forcearmed. (See Inst. Level Prog. - Prog. Notes, Note 17).
• Secure Watch - (See Inst. Level Prog. - Prog. Notes, Note 9).
• Zone Supervision - determines how opens and shorts are
handled.
• Fast Zones - only applies to zones 1 - 12. A Fast Zone on
zones 1 - 6 has a loop response time of 80 msec. A Fast Zone
on zones 7 - 12 has a loop response time of 20 msec.
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Burglar Zone Attribute Table
ENTER FOR:
FIRST DIGIT
Standard (all below disabled)
0
1
2
3
•
•
• •
4
5
6
7
Verifying
Self-Verifying
•
•
• •
• • • •
Sentry Test
Armed AWAY only
(interior)
Armed AWAY &
STAY
•
Instant
9
A
B
•
•
• •
C
D
E
F
•
Chime Always
SECOND DIGIT
8
•
Delay 2
Follower
•
Arm STAY
Armed AWAY, STAY &
NIGHT (perimeter)
•
•
•
Delay 1
•
• •
• • • •
• • • • • • • •
Armed AWAY &
NIGHT
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
• • • •
Arm NIGHT
•
•
•
• • • •
• • • • • • • •
Zone Attribute Table
ENTER FOR:
FIRST DIGIT
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
•
Invalid
Alarm on Open - No Trouble
(EOL optional)
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
•
•
Alarm on Short - No Trouble
(EOL optional)
•
•
Alarm on Open or Short - No Trouble
(with EOL)
•
•
•
•
•
Trouble on Open or Short
•
Alarm on Open - Trouble on Short
•
•
Alarm on Short - Trouble on Open
Alarm on Open or Short - Trouble
on Open when disarmed (Burg only)
•
•
•
• • • • • • •
•
• •
• • • •
•
• •
• • • •
• • • • • • • •
Fast Zones
SECOND DIGIT
All Features Below Disabled
Bell Output on Alarm
Keypad Sounder/Fire Bell 2 on Alarm*
Bypassable
•
•
•
• •
•
Secure Watch
•
•
• •
•
If the First Digit entered is ‘1’, it must be entered as ‘01’. A = 10; B = 11; C = 12; D = 13; E = 14; F = 15
• The first digit of the zone attribute is ignored for RF and ZEM zones.
• The only valid zone attributes for Zones 29 and 30 are ‘61’, ‘62’, ‘63’, ‘65’, ‘66’ and ‘67’.
* Keypad Sounder for Non-fire zones, Fire Bell 2 for fire zones.
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User Data Description
The user data block is used to set the level of authority that determines the level of activity the user
can perform on the control and the areas that a particular user can perform operations on. The
passcodes associated with each user may be programmed as described in Installer Level Programming - Programming User Codes.
User Data Default Table
CODE
AUTHORITY
LEVEL
OPERATION
AREA
CODE
AUTHORITY
LEVEL
OPERATION
AREA
Default
Loc Default
Loc
Default
Default
Loc
Default
Loc
Default
User 01
1234
[165]
10
[166]
1
User 26
0000
[215]
6
[216]
1
User 02
0000
[167]
6
[168]
1
User 27
0000
[217]
6
[218]
1
User 03
0000
[169]
6
[170]
1
User 28
0000
[219]
6
[220]
1
User 04
0000
[171]
6
[172]
1
User 29
0000
[221]
6
[222]
1
User 05
0000
[173]
6
[174]
1
User 30
0000
[223]
6
[224]
1
User 06
0000
[175]
6
[176]
1
User 31
0000
[225]
6
[226]
1
User 07
0000
[177]
6
[178]
1
User 32
0000
[227]
6
[228]
1
User 08
0000
[179]
6
[180]
1
User 33
0000
[229]
6
[230]
1
User 09
0000
[181]
6
[182]
1
User 34
0000
[231]
6
[232]
1
User 10
0000
[183]
6
[184]
1
User 35
0000
[233]
6
[234]
1
User 11
0000
[185]
6
[186]
1
User 36
0000
[235]
6
[236]
1
User 12
0000
[187]
6
[188]
1
User 37
0000
[237]
6
[238]
1
User 13
0000
[189]
6
[190]
1
User 38
0000
[239]
6
[240]
1
User 14
0000
[191]
6
[192]
1
User 39
0000
[241]
6
[242]
1
User 15
0000
[193]
6
[194]
1
User 40
0000
[243]
6
[244]
1
User 16
0000
[195]
6
[196]
1
User 41
0000
[245]
6
[246]
1
User 17
0000
[197]
6
[198]
1
User 42
0000
[247]
6
[248]
1
User 18
0000
[199]
6
[200]
1
User 43
0000
[249]
6
[250]
1
User 19
0000
[201]
6
[202]
1
User 44
0000
[251]
6
[252]
1
User 20
0000
[203]
6
[204]
1
User 45
0000
[253]
6
[254]
1
User 21
0000
[205]
6
[206]
1
User 46
0000
[255]
6
[256]
1
User 22
0000
[207]
6
[208]
1
User 47
0000
[257]
6
[258]
1
User 23
0000
[209]
6
[210]
1
User 48
0000
[259]
6
[260]
1
User 24
0000
[211]
6
[212]
1
User 49
0000
[261]
6
[262]
1
User 25
0000
[213]
6
[214]
1
User 50
1245
[263]
10
[264]
3
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The following table refers to programming locations
165 - 264.
ITEM
VALID RANGE
DESCRIPTION
Authority Level
0 to 15
See table on following page for Authority Level options.
(Enter 0 to disable).
Areas of Operation
0 = Disabled
1 = Area 1
2 = Area 2
3 = Both
Determines which areas the passcode can be used to perform
operations on. If a 3 is selected, the Control Station it is used on
must be programmed for both areas in order to access both
areas.
Authority Levels
Authorities levels 1 through 10 are the general purpose levels with level 10 having the highest capabilities. Level 11 is for limited disarm capabilities
(ie: Maid’s passcode). Level 12 is for User on Premises reporting. Level 13 is for Duress reporting.
Control Station will beep 4 times after the 1st
passcode is entered signifying that it has been accepted. The 2nd passcode may then be entered.
Level 15 is for maintenance activities only. Level 15
does not allow the user to arm or disarm the system, only to maintain it.
For High Level Security applications, only levels 14
and 15 should be used. If levels 14 and 15 are used,
all other users should be set to Level 0 (zero).
See the table on the next page for the options available for each authority level. To disable all capabilities, set the authority level to zero (0).
Level 14 needs 2 different level 14 passcodes in
order to activate any of the options available. The
The Installer passcode has the authority level to perform the following operations:
Access from Keypad *
Arm (AWAY, STAY, NIGHT) *
Disarm if Armed by an Installer *
Change Arming Level *
Edit User Codes *
Edit Zone Names *
Force-Arm *
View & Print Event Log *
Bypass Zones *
Chime Enable/Disable *
Default Function Map *
Edit Function Map (except Zone Names & User Codes) *
Silence/Cancel Alarm if not Armed or if Armed by Installer *
Silence Bell without Disarm if Armed by other than Installer
Initiate Call to RPM/2 Pro
Remote Connect
Reset Smoke Power
Program RF Data
RF Signal Strength
Set Clock
Silence Trouble
View Alarm Memory
Battery Test
Bell Test
Comm Test
Keypad Test
Walk Test
Adjust Days Until Next Auto Comm Test
∗ Disabled if Lockout Local Programming is enabled (see Installer Level Programming - Programming Options).
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AUTHORITY LEVEL
CAPABILITIES
Access From Keypad
Chime Enable/Disable
Silence Bell Without Disarm
Arm (AWAY, STAY, NIGHT)
Changing Arming Level
Remote Connect
Silence/Cancel Alarm
1
2
3
4
5
• • •
• • •
• •
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
• • • • • • •
• • • • • • •
••
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
••
••
•• ••
••
••
••
••
••
Silence Trouble
Disarm
View Alarm Memory
Reset Smoke Power
Bypass Zones
Force-Arm
Abort Exit Arm
Walk Test
Comm Test
Bell Test
Battery Test
Keypad Test
RF Signal Strength Test
Delay Scheduled Arming
View & Print Event Log
Edit Scheduled Arming
Edit Latch Key Operation
Set Clock
Abort Auto-Arming
Edit Zone Names
Edit User Codes
Disarm If Armed By A Level 11
User Passcode
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
7
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
8
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
9
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
10
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
11
12
13
• •
• •
•
•
•
•
•
• •
14
15
••
••
••
••
••
••
••
••
••
••
••
••
•
•
•
Silence/Cancel Alarm If Not Armed
Or If Armed By A Level 11 Passcode
Silence Bell Without Disarm If Armed
By Other Than A Level 11 Passcode
Access From Keypad With User On
Premises Report
•
•
•✝
Silence/CancelAlarm With User On
Premises Report
Disarm With User On Premises Report
Access From Keypad With Duress
Arm (AWAY, STAY, NIGHT) with Duress
Change Arming Level With Duress
Force-Arm With Duress
Silence/Cancel Alarm With Duress
Disarm With Duress
••
✝
6
•
•
•
•
•
•✝
For High Level Security applications only
The Off/Cancel key followed by a Duress or User On Premises passcode will always produce a ”Duress“ or ”User On Premises“ report regardless
of whether the system was armed.
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Output Definitions Description
Each output is assigned a condition (i.e.: Burglar,
Fire, Status, Alarm) and areas to which it should respond when the condition is active in those areas.
For access conditions, the output is assigned to a
Control Station(s). Output conditions 1 - 12 ignore
the area setting.
This data block is used to assign the programmable
outputs. The ZXCFM on a ZX440F is equipped with
three bell outputs (FIRE BELL 1, FIRE BELL 2 & OTHER
BELL) and one programmable output (PGO1). No
outputs are available on the ZX440F Control Board.
Additional outputs can be obtained in groups of ten
by the addition of output driver modules (ZXODM)
or a zone expander (ZXEXP). The 10 outputs on
ODM2 are identical to the 10 outputs on the zone
expander.
Output Definitions Default Table
CONDITION
Loc Default
ZXCFM Other Bell
ZXCFM PGO1
AREA OR KEYPAD
Loc
Default
[265]
1
[266]
17
[267]
1
Output 01
[268]
13
[269]
1
Output 02
Output 03
Output 04
Output 05
Output 06
Output 07
Output 08
Output 09
Output 10
[270]
[272]
[274]
[276]
[278]
[280]
[282]
[284]
[286]
3
14
15
19
31
18
25
34
39
[271]
[273]
[275]
[277]
[279]
[281]
[283]
[285]
[287]
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
CONDITION
Loc
Default
AREA OR KEYPAD
Loc
Default
Zone Expander or ODM 2
ODM 1
Output 01
[288]
13
[289]
1
Output 02
Output 03
Output 04
Output 05
Output 06
Output 07
Output 08
Output 09
Output 10
[290]
[292]
[294]
[296]
[298]
[300]
[302]
[304]
[306]
3
14
15
19
31
18
25
34
39
[291]
[293]
[295]
[297]
[299]
[301]
[303]
[305]
[307]
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Output conditions 39 and 40 add combinations of keypads 1 - 6.
Conditions 13 - 38 are specified as a combination of Areas 1 & 2.
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The following table refers to programming locations
265 through 307.
ITEM
VALID RANGE
Output Condition
See next page for complete descriptions
0 = Not Used
22 = Armed and Exit Time Expired
1 = Fire Bell 1 Output Trigger
23 = Exit Time
2 = Fire Bell 2 Output Trigger
24 = Entry Time
3 = Fire Alarm
25 = Pre-Alarm Warning Time
4 = Fire Supervisory
26 = Annunciation
5 = Water Flow
27 = Auto-Arm Warning
6 = Fire Trouble
28 = Closing Ringback
7 = Duress
29 = Trouble
8 = Low/No Battery
30 = Audible Trouble
9 = Failed to Comm
31 = Chime
10 = Telco Line Fault
32 = Universal Output
11 = Telco Line Seized
33 = Reserved
12 = Reserved
34 = Lamp Trigger
13 = Burglar Alarm
35 = Key 4 Output
14 = Holdup Alarm
36 = Key 5 Output
15 = Auxiliary Alarm
37 = Key 6 Output
16 = Other Bell Output Trigger
38 = RF Annunciator
17 = Violation
39 = Access by Keypad
18 = Ready
40 = Quick Access by Keypad
19 = Armed AWAY
20 = Armed STAY
101 - 130 = Zone (1 to 30) Violated
21 = Armed NIGHT
201 - 230 = Zone (1 to 30) In Alarm or Secure Watch
Areas of Operation
(for Output Conditions 13 - 38)
1 = Area 1
2 = Area 2
3 = Both
If the Output Condition is “Ready”, “Armed AWAY”,
“Armed STAY”, “Armed NIGHT”, “Armed & Exit
Time Expired”, “Exit Time”, “Entry Time”, “Annunciation”, “Key 4 Output”, “Key 5 Output”, or “Key
6 Output”, then the Areas of Operation should be
limited to a single area.
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(for Output Conditions 39 & 40)
1 = Control Station 1
2 = Control Station 2
4 = Control Station 3
8 = Control Station 4
16 = Control Station 5
32 = Control Station 6
INSTALLER LEVEL PROGRAMMING
Programmable Output Activation
Fire Bell Outputs Activation
The programmable outputs will be activated according to their Output Condition listed in the following
table. The output will go ON STEADY for the following conditions unless otherwise specified in the table
below.
The activation of the Fire Bell 1 & Fire Bell 2 Outputs
depends on whether a zone is programmed for Water
Flow or not. If a zone is programmed as Water Flow,
then a Fire Alarm from that zone will always activate
Fire Bell 2 and a Fire Alarm from a Fire or Verified Fire
zone or the Left Panic key will always activate Fire Bell
1. If there is not a Water Flow zone, then a Fire Alarm
from a Fire or Verified Fire zone or the Left Panic key
may activate Fire Bell 1 and/or Fire Bell 2.
Other Bell Output Activation
The Other Bell Output is assignable to a combination of areas and may activate due to an alarm condition in any of the areas. A Burglar Alarm, a Burglar
Tamper, a Holdup Alarm, the Center Panic key, an
Auxiliary Alarm, or the Right Panic key may activate
the Other Bell Output.
The cadences of both Fire Bell 1 and Fire Bell 2 are
programmable.
Each alarm type is programmable for ‘Pulsed’ or
‘Steady’ (See Inst. Level Prog. - Global System Options). If more than one alarm type is active at the
same time, the Other Bell Output will annunciate
the highest priority alarm. The priority order is Auxiliary, Burglar and Holdup.
If any of the Other Bell Output’s areas have Closing
Ringback Annunciation set to “Ringback Output,
Keypads, and Bell Output”, the Other Bell Output
will emit a two second ringback tone. (See Inst. Level
Prog. - Area Data).
To prevent accidents, the Bell Test on AWAY arm and
the Ringback Bell are disabled while the duress output is active.
CONDITION
Fire Bell 1 Output Trigger
Fire Bell 2 Output Trigger
Fire Alarm
Fire Supervisory
Water Flow
Fire Trouble
Duress
Panel Low/No Battery
Failed to Comm
Telco Line Fault
Telco Line Seized
OUTPUT BECOMES ACTIVE WHEN:
Activates according to cadence when a Fire or Verified Fire zone or the Left Panic key is in alarm as
described above.
Activates according to cadence when a Water Flow zone is in alarm or when a Fire or Verified Fire
zone or the Left Panic key is in alarm as described above.
A Fire, Verified Fire or Water Flow zone or the Left Panic key is in alarm.
A zone defined as Fire Supervisory is in alarm.
A Water Flow zone is in alarm.
A Fire, Verified Fire or Water Flow zone is in Trouble.
A Duress code has been used. To turn off, press the CLEAR key for 3 seconds.
A Panel Low/No Battery trouble condition occurs.
A Failed to Comm trouble condition occurs.
Both Telco Line 1 Fault and Telco Line 2 Fault trouble conditions occur.
The system seizes the telephone line for an RPM connection or prior to making a call to the Central
Station.
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Burglar Alarm
A Burglar or a Burglar Tamper defined zone is in alarm.
Holdup Alarm
A Holdup zone or the Center Panic key is in alarm.
Auxiliary Alarm
Other Bell Output Trigger
An Auxiliary zone or the Right Panic key is in alarm.
Activates according to cadence for an Auxiliary, Burglar or Holdup Alarm as described above.
Violation
A Fire, Fire Supervisory, Water Flow, Burglar, Auxiliary, Visible Holdup or Burglar Tamper is in alarm.
Ready
The area is ready to arm.
Armed AWAY
The area has been armed in the AWAY mode.
Armed STAY
Armed NIGHT
The area has been armed in the STAY mode.
The area has been armed in the NIGHT mode.
Armed & Exit Time Expired
The area has been armed in any way and the exit time has expired.
Exit Time
The exit time starts in its area due to an AWAY, STAY, or NIGHT arm. The output will go ON STEADY
until the last ten seconds, then it will PULSE for the last ten seconds.
Entry Time
The entry time starts in its area. The output will stay ON STEADY until the last ten seconds of entry
time. During the last ten seconds of entry time, it will PULSE.
Any of its areas are in Pre-Alarm Warning Time. The output will PULSE when any of its areas are in
Pre-Alarm Warning Time.
The Annunciation output operates like a combination of the Exit Time, Entry Time, and Pre-Alarm
Warning Time outputs. When the exit time starts in its area due to an AWAY, STAY, or NIGHT arm,
the output will go ON STEADY until the last ten seconds. During the last ten seconds, it will PULSE.
When the entry time starts in its area, the output will go ON STEADY until the last ten seconds of
entry time. During the last ten seconds, it will PULSE. When in Pre-Alarm Warning Time, the output
will PULSE.
The timer activates for 3 seconds for each minute of the ten minutes left before Auto-Arming occurs. It will also activate at one minute and two minutes until before an Exit Arm occurs.
A Closing Report due to an AWAY arm from a Control Station or keyswitch has been successfully
transmitted to the Central Station.
A System Trouble condition is present. (See System Troubleshooting).
A System Trouble condition is present and has not been Silenced.
A Disarmed Chime Always Burglar zone in any of its areas is violated, a Disarmed Perimeter (Arm on
STAY & Arm on NIGHT) Burglar zone in any of its areas is violated and that area has Chime Enabled.
A Universal or Universal Logged zone is violated. (See Inst. Level Prog. - Prog. Notes, Note 13).
Any of its areas are in exit time, entry time and five minutes after entry time. The Output will go ON
STEADY when its areas are in entry time and will stay ON STEADY until five minutes after entry time
expires or five minutes after disarm (whichever is shorter). (See Inst. Level Prog. - Prog. Notes, Note 14).
ENTER + Key #4 is pressed on a keypad primary to its area. May be used to toggle an output ON/
OFF.
ENTER + Key #5 is pressed on a keypad primary to its area. May be used to toggle an output ON/
OFF.
Pre-Alarm Warning Time
Annunciation
Auto Arm Warning
Closing Ringback
Trouble
Audible Trouble
Chime
Universal
Lamp Trigger
Key 4 Output
Key 5 Output
Key 6 Output
ENTER + Key #6 is pressed on a keypad primary to its area. May be used to toggle an output ON/
OFF.
RF Annunciator
Activates when an RF User Device is used in one of the output’s areas. The output will pulse once for
an RF User Device disarm, twice for a successful RF User Device Arm, and three times for a failed RF
User Device Arm.
Access by Keypad
Any of its Control Stations have an Access timer that is running or ON. (See Inst. Level Prog. - Prog.
Notes, Note 15).
Any of its Control Stations have a Quick Access timer that is running or ON. (See Inst. Level Prog. Prog. Notes, Note 15).
The zone is violated
The zone goes into alarm. For a Burglar zone, it will deactivate when the alarm is silenced. For Fire,
Holdup, Auxiliary, Burglar Tamper, Verified Fire, and Fire Supervisory zones, it will deactivate when
the zone restores after the alarm has been silenced. For Water Flow zones, it will deactivate when
the zone restores. The zone goes into Secure Watch Trouble until the condition restores (See Inst.
Level Prog. - Prog. Notes, Note 9).
Quick Access By Keypad
Zone Violated
Zone in Alarm or Secure Watch
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Global System Options Description
Global System Options Default Table
Loc
Fire Bell 1 Cutoff Time (min)
Fire Bell 2 Cutoff Time (min)
Burglar Cutoff Time (min)
Holdup Cutoff Time (min)
Aux Cutoff Time (min)
Universal Output Time (sec)
Delay Before Dial (sec)
TIME
TIME
Default
[308]
[309]
[310]
[311]
[312]
[313]
[314]
0
0
10
10
10
0
0
Reserved
AC Failure Delay (hrs)
Secure Watch Time (hrs)
Aux Key Fire Bells
Fire Bells
System Attributes
Passcode Attempts
Loc
Default
[315]
[316]
[317]
[318]
[319]
[320]
[321]
0
7
24
1
H-22
H-30
8
The following table refers to programming locations
308 through 321:
ITEM
VALID RANGE
DESCRIPTION
Fire 1 Cutoff Time
0 = No Cutoff,
1 to 255 minutes
Determines the time in minutes for Bell Output or Fire Bell 1
Output and Fire Alarm signaling device.
Fire 2 Cutoff Time
0 = No Cutoff,
1 to 255 minutes
Determines the time in minutes for Fire Bell 2 Output.
Burglar Cutoff Time
0 = No Cutoff,
1 to 255 minutes
Determines the time in minutes for Bell Output or Other Bell
Output and Burglar Alarm signaling device.
Holdup Cutoff Time
0 = No Cutoff,
1 to 255 minutes
Determines the time in minutes for Bell Output or Other Bell
Output and Holdup Alarm signaling device.
Auxiliary Cutoff Time
0 = No Cutoff,
1 to 255 minutes
Determines the time in minutes for Bell Output or Other Bell
Output and Auxiliary Alarm signaling device.
Universal Output Time
0 = Toggle ON,
1 to 255 seconds
Controls the timer for output programmed as Universal. Activated from Universal or Universal Logged zones. (See Inst. Level
Prog. - Prog. Notes, Note 13).
Delay Before Dial
0 to 255 seconds
Time in seconds that a user has after a Burglar, Holdup or Auxiliary Alarm from a zone has occurred to silence the alarm with a
disarm and abort the alarm event. (See Inst. Level Prog. - Prog.
Notes, Note 10).
AC Trouble Delay
0 to 255 hours
Determines the time that AC power must be down until the
condition is reported to the Central Station. Time is in hours
and it is always audible at the keypad.
Secure Watch Time
0 - 42 hours
Time in hours during which there is no activity before a Secure
Watch event is logged to be reported. (See Inst. Level Prog. Prog. Notes, Note 9).
Aux Key Fire Bells
0 = No Bells
1 = Fire Bell 1
2 = Fire Bell 2
3 = Fire Bell 1 & Fire Bell 2
This location is only used on a ZX440F with no Water Flow zone.
Otherwise, it is ignored. It determines which Fire Bell Outputs
are activated when a Fire panic causes an alarm.
Fire Bells
00 to 33
(see Fire Bell Table)
The first digit defines the cadence of Fire Bell 1 during a Fire Alarm.
The second digit defines the cadence of Fire Bell 2 during a Fire
Alarm.
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ITEM
VALID RANGE
DESCRIPTION
System Attributes
00 to FF
(see the System
Attribute Table.)
• Burglar Bell (Steady/Pulsed) - determines the operation of the
Bell Output or Other Bell Output during a Burglar alarm.
• Holdup Bell (Steady/Pulsed) - determines the operation of the
Bell Output or Other Bell Output during a Holdup alarm.
• Auxiliary Bell (Steady/Pulsed) - determines the operation of the
Bell Output or Other Bell Output during an Auxiliary alarm.
• Bell Test on Arm - if enabled, then the Bell Output or Other
Bell Output for an area will be activated for two seconds
when that area is armed in the AWAY mode.
• Log Alarm Abort Events - if enabled, Abort Alarm events are
posted in the Event Log. (See Inst. Level Prog.- Prog.
Notes, Note 10).
• Log Access Events - if enabled, the “Keypad Access
Activated” events will be posted in the Event Log. These
events are not reportable to the Central Station.
• Print Access Only R/T - if enabled with a printer connected,
then only “Keypad Access Activated” events will be printed.
This does not affect the Event Log print command.
Passcode Entry Lockout
0 = No Lock,
1 to 15 attempts
Sets the number of failed passcode entry attempts allowed
before a 50 second lockout for a particular Control Station.
NOTE
Fire Bell Table
Alarm Bell operations only affect
the Bell Outputs. They do not affect the associated Alarm Indicator outputs.
FIRST (Fire Bell 1) & SECOND (Fire Bell 2) DIGITS
0 = Steady
2 = Temporal
1 = Pulsed (March Time)
3 = Calif March Time
System Attribute Table
ENTER FOR:
FIRST DIGIT
All Features Below Disabled
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
•
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
•
•
• •
•
• •
• • • •
•
•
•
•
Log Alarm Abort Events
8
Log Access Events
•
• •
•
• •
• • • •
•
•
Print Access Only Real Time
•
•
SECOND DIGIT
Burglar Bell Steady
•
Burglar Bell Pulsed
•
• •
Holdup Bell Steady
Holdup Bell Pulsed
Aux Bell Steady
Aux Bell Pulsed
•
•
• •
• •
• • • •
•
•
•
• •
• • • •
Bell Test on Arm
•
• •
•
• •
• • • •
•
• •
•
•
• •
• • • •
• • • • • • • •
If the First Digit entered is ‘1’, it must be entered as ‘01’. A = 10; B = 11; C = 12; D = 13; E = 14; F = 15
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Communicator Data Description
Communicator Data Default Table
Phone Lines
Enable Skip Test
Power-up Comm Test
Disable Call Waiting
Comm Test Time of Day (hr:min)
Days Between Comm Tests
Time Between Calls (sec)
Trans Formats
Loc
Default
[322]
[323]
[324]
[325]
[326: 327]
[328]
[329]
[330]
H-22
0
0
0
00:00
1
5
H-33
Dialer Types
CS1 Dial Attempts
CS2 Dial Attempts
Pager Dial Attempts
Pager Delay Time (sec)
On-Hook Time (sec)
Off-Hook Time (sec)
Loc
Default
[331]
[332]
[333]
[334]
[335]
[336]
[337]
H-11
5
5
1
15
5
3
The following table refers to programming locations
322 through 337:
ITEM
VALID RANGE
DESCRIPTION
Phone Lines
0 to 22
(see Phone Lines Table)
First digit is used to enable phone line 1 for digital communicator
event reporting and to enable monitoring of phone line 1. The
second digit is used to enable phone line 2 for digital communicator event reporting and to enable monitoring of phone line 2. If a
phone line is disconnected, turning off the monitoring of that line
will clear the PHONE LINE FAIL trouble condition.
Enable Skip Test
0 = No
1 = Yes
Allows the auto comm test to be skipped if any signal has been
transmitted to the Central Station since the last auto comm test.
Power-up Comm Test
0 = No
1 = Yes
Causes a communicator test to be initiated immediately upon system power up. Does not affect days between tests counter.
Disable Call Waiting
0 = No
1 = Yes
If enabled, the system will automatically dial “*70D” (Touchtone
only) prior to dialing a telephone number. This will temporarily
disable the Call Waiting beeps during a phone call.
Comm Test Time of Day
00:00 to 23:59 HH:MM
Sets the hour and minute in military format for the auto communicator test.
Days Between Comm Tests
0 = Disable, 1 to 255 days
Sets the time intervals in days for the auto communicator test. A
setting of 0 disables Automatic Comm Test Reporting. Days until
next comm test may be manually adjusted by Control Station. (See
Installer Level Programming - Days Until Next Comm Test).
Time Between Calls
0 to 255 seconds
Time in seconds between a failed dial attempt to a Central Station
and the next dial attempt.
Trans Formats
00 to 44
(see Trans Formats Table)
First digit defines the transmission format used when the communicator dials the phone number for Central Station 1. Second digit
defines the transmission format used when the communicator dials the phone number for Central Station 2. (See Inst. Level Prog.
- Prog. Notes, Note 11).
Dialer Types
00 to 22
(see Dialer Types Table)
First digit defines the type of dialing used on phone line 1. Second
digit defines the type of dialing used on phone line 2.
CS1 Dial Attempts
1 to 15 attempts
Maximum number of dial attempts when the communicator dials
the phone number for Central Station 1.
CS2 Dial Attempts
1 to 15 attempts
Maximum number of dial attempts when the communicator dials
the phone number for Central Station 2.
Pager Dial Attempts
1 to 15 attempts
Total number of dial attempts when the communicator dials a Pager
phone number. All attempts will be used.
Pager Delay Time
0 to 255 seconds
Time in seconds that the communicator waits after dialing before
blindly sending a pager message.
On-Hook Time
& Off-Hook Time
1 to 15 seconds
Before the communicator dials a phone number, it seizes the phone
line and goes off-hook for two seconds. It will then go back onhook for the On-Hook Time to disconnect an existing phone connection. The communicator will then go back off-hook for the OffHook Time to acquire dial tone before dialing.
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Transmission Formats Table
Phone Lines Table
FIRST (CS1) & SECOND (CS2) DIGITS
FIRST (Phone Line 1) & SECOND (Phone Line 2) DIGITS
0 = Disabled
0 = Pulsed 20 Baud - Non Extended
3 = Contact ID
1 = Enabled
1 = Pulsed 20 Baud - Extended
4 = Non-Telco Contact ID
2 = Enabled with Line Monitor
2 = Pulsed 40 Baud - Extended
Dialer Types Table
FIRST (Phone Line 1) & SECOND (Phone Line 2) DIGITS
0 = US Rotary
North American Standard (60/40) make/break ratio pulses.
1 = Touchtone®
Industry standard DTMF tones. Touchtone is a trademark of AT&T.
2 = Foreign Rotary
67/33 make break ratio pulses, typical of foreign countries.
Receiver Compatibility Table
RECEIVERS
TRANSMISSION FORMAT
TRANSMISSION SPEEDS (Pulse Reporting Only)
Ademco 685
3/1, 4/2, Contact ID
20B
FBI CP220
3/1, 4/2, Contact ID
20B - 40B
Osborne-Hoffman (Quick Alert)
3/1, 4/2, Contact ID
20B - 40B
Radionics 6000
3/1
20B - 40B
Radionics 6500
3/1, 4/2
20B - 40B
Silent Knight 9000
3/1, 4/2
20B - 40B
3/1, 4/2, Contact ID
20B - 40B
MLR-2DG
All receivers listed functioned with the listed formats at time of testing. Modifications or programming changes may affect receiver
operation. Consult manufacturer of specific receiver for setup and operation.
Communication Numbers Description
Event reporting assignments for each telephone number are programmed under the Installer Level Programming - Area Event Reporting section. The assignment
of telephone dialing options and reporting formats are
programmed under the Installer Level Programming Communicator Data Description section.
Communication Number Default Table
Loc
Default
Central Station 1 Phone Number
[338 - 357]
all F’s
Central Station 2 Phone Number
[358 - 377]
all F’s
Area 1 Pager Phone Number
[378 - 397]
all F’s
Area 2 Pager Phone Number
[398 - 417]
all F’s
RPM/2 Pro Phone Number*
[418 - 437]
all F’s
Area 1 Pager Header Message
[438 - 453]
all F’s
Area 2 Pager Header Message
[454 - 469]
all F’s
* Available for Call Back Command from RPM/2 Pro. Available for Call RPM in the future.
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Dialed Digits Allowed
Pager Telephone Numbers
All five phone numbers allow up to 20 hex digits.
The two Pager Header Messages allow up to 16 hex
digits. See also Installer Level Programming - Programming Account Codes and Telephone Number
Digits.
When an event is sent to a pager, the event’s Area
Pager Phone Number is dialed. System events are
sent to the Area 1 Pager Phone Number. The communicator then waits the Pager Delay Time (see I.L.P.
Communicator Data Descr.) before blindly sending
a pager message. The pager message may consist
of up to 16 digits from the appropriate Pager Header
Message followed by a two digit code from the Pager
Event Table. Or, if the Pager Header Message is not
needed, put an ‘F’ in its first digit and the appropriate
four digit account code is used in its place. The Pager
Event Table is also available on a wallet card.
0-9
Numbers from 0 to 9 dial the appropriate
Touchtone® or pulse digit.
A
Same as 0.
B
Programming a B into any digit position
causes the communicator to produce a
Touchtone® * tone. Useful for unique applications such as voice mail, cellular, or paging applications.
C
Programming a C into any digit position
causes the communicator to produce a
Touchtone® # tone.
D, E
D = 3 second pause
E = 1 second pause
An ‘F’ may be programmed after the last digit
of a number to signify end of dialing. An ‘F’
entered as the first digit of a number disables
that number.
F
Only one message is sent per phone call and the call
is made for the number of Pager Dial Attempts specified. There is no feedback from the pager, so pager
events do not affect the failed to communicate condition.
NOTE
The paging network setup for
your area determines if your
pager will work with a pager
telephone number.
Pager Event Table
2-DIGIT
CODE
2-DIGIT
CODE
EVENT DESCRIPTION
EVENT DESCRIPTION
11
Fire Alarm
35
System Trouble Restore
12
Supervisory Alarm
36
AC Power Restore
13
Burglar Alarm
37
Central Station Comm Restore
14
Holdup Alarm
15
Duress
41
Arm
16
Auxiliary Alarm
42
Auto Arm Failed/Canceled
17
Critical Condition Monitor
43
Auto Arm Delayed
18
Exit Alarm
44
Recent Closing
45
Disarm
46
Burglar Alarm Canceled
21
Zone Trouble
22
Testing (Fire Zone)
23
Zone Bypassed
51
Latchkey Supervision
24
Unsuccessful Attempt to Access via Keypad
52
User On Premises
25
System Trouble
26
AC Power Failure
61
Comm Test
62
Comm Test (Not Normal)
31
Alarm Restore
63
Begin Installer Programming, Installer On Premise
32
Zone Trouble Restore
64
End Installer/Remote Programming, Installer Off Premise
33
Zone Unbypassed
65
Remote Programming Failure
66
Call Home (Panic Key)
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Event Reporting Description
Event Reporting Default Table
Loc
SYSTEM
AREA 1
Default
Loc
Default
Loc
AREA 2
Default
Tel 1 Account No (4 Hex Digits)
[470 - 473]
0000
[478 - 481]
0000
[486 - 489]
0000
Tel 2 Account No (4 Hex digits)
[474 - 477]
0000
[482 - 485]
0000
[490 - 493]
0000
[497]
3
[505]
3
Hold-up Phone No.
[498]
3
[506]
3
Auxiliary Phone No.
[499]
3
[507]
3
CCM Phone No.
[500]
3
[508]
3
Zone Trouble/Restore Phone No.
[501]
0
[509]
0
Zone Bypass/Restore Phone No.
[502]
0
[510]
0
Open/Close Phone No.
[503]
0
[511]
0
Supervision Phone No.
[504]
0
[512]
0
Fire Phone No.
[494]
3
System Events Phone No.
[495]
3
System Troubles Phone No.
[496]
3
Burglar Phone No.
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The following table refers to programming locations
470 through 512:
ITEM
VALID RANGE
DESCRIPTION
Telephone 1 Account No.
4 Hex Digits
Account number used when dialing CS1 Phone Number or Pager.
(See Inst. Level Prog. - Prog. Notes, Note 11).
Telephone 2 Account No.
4 Hex Digits
Account number used when dialing CS2 Phone Number.
(See Inst. Level Prog. - Prog. Notes, Note 11).
Fire Phone No.
0 to 11
(See Phone Directors Table)
Directs which telephone number(s) to report Fire Alarms, Fire
Supervisories, and Restorals.
0 to 11
(See Phone Directors Table)
Directs which telephone number(s) to report system events.
Includes Keypad Lockout, Auto Comm Test, Begin & End Installer Local Programming, End Remote Programming, Remote
Programming Denied & Aborted.
0 to 11
(See Phone Directors Table)
Directs which telephone number(s) to report system events. Includes Keypad Missing & Restoral, AC Failure & Restoral, Panel Low/
No Battery & Restoral, Bell Faults & Restoral, Comm Restoral, Ground
Fault & Restoral, Memory Error, Phone Line Faults & Restoral, RF
Jamming, RF Channel Clear and RF User Device Low Battery.
Burglar Phone No.
0 to 11
(See Phone Directors Table)
Directs which telephone number(s) to report Burglar Alarms,
Burglar Tamper, Exit Alarm, Recent Closing, Burglar Alarm Canceled, and Restorals.
Hold-up Phone No.
0 to 11
(See Phone Directors Table)
Directs which telephone number(s) to report Holdup Alarms,
Duress, and Restorals.
Auxiliary Phone No.
0 to 11
(See Phone Directors Table)
Directs which telephone number(s) to report Auxiliary Alarms
and Restorals.
Critical Condition Monitor
(CCM) Phone No.
0 to 11
(See Phone Directors Table)
Directs which telephone number(s) to report Critical Condition
Monitoring events and Restorals.
Zone Trouble/Restore
Phone No.
0 to 11
(See Phone Directors Table)
Directs which telephone number(s) to report Zone Troubles and
Restorals.
Zone Bypass/Restore
Phone No.
0 to 11
(See Phone Directors Table)
Directs which telephone number(s) to report Zone Bypasses and
Restorals.
Open/Close Phone No.
0 to 11
(See Phone Directors Table)
Directs which telephone number(s) to report Openings, Closings, Auto Arm Fail, Auto Arm Aborted, and Closing Extended.
Supervision Phone No.
0 to 11
(See Phone Directors Table)
Directs which telephone number(s) to report Latch Key Supervision, User on Premises, Secure Watch, and Secure Watch Restore.
Note: These events are
reported using System
account codes only.
System Events Phone No.
Note: These events are
reported using System
account codes only.
System Troubles Phone No.
Note: These events are
reported using System
account codes only.
Phone Directors Table
6 = Pager Only
7 = CS1 Phone and Pager
0 = Do Not Report
1 = CS1 Phone Only
2 = CS2 Phone Only
8 = CS2 Phone and Pager
9 = CS1 Phone (CS2 Phone on Failure) and Pager
10 = CS2 Phone (CS1 Phone on Failure) and Pager
3 = CS1 Phone (CS2 Phone on Failure)
4 = CS2 Phone (CS1 Phone on Failure)
5 = CS1 Phone and CS2 Phone
11 = CS1 Phone, CS2 Phone and Pager
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Zone Report Codes Description
These events will be posted and displayed differently
in the Event Log. If one of these events is reported
using a Pulsed format, then the standard Zone
Trouble report code will be used. If one of these
events is reported using Contact ID then a more
descriptive report code will be used.
The Zone Report Codes utilize programming locations 513 through 632. Each Zone has an alarm,
restore, bypass and trouble code. The restore may
be an alarm, trouble, or bypass restoral. A Zone
Trouble may result from one of the following conditions:
• Wiring problem
Each report code requires a two digit entry. The first
digit sets the primary event code and the second
digit sets the extended code. (See Installer Level Programming - Programming Report Codes). If a transmission format other than a Pulsed format is used, it
is only necessary to program a value other than zero
into either digit to enable that event to be reported,
the correct transmitted data is automatically sent.
• Secure Watch Trouble
• No Response from Zone Expander
• Fire Trouble
(Fire zone bypassed or Fire zone in Walk Test)
• Smoke Trouble
• RF Point Not Reporting
• RF Sensor Tamper
• RF Point Low Battery
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Zone Report Codes Default Table
ALARM
Zone 01
✝
RESTORE
BYPASS
TROUBLE
Loc
Default
Loc
Default
Loc
Default
Loc
Default
[513]
H-31
[514]
H-E3
[515]
H-AB
[516]
H-F3
Zone 02
[517]
H-32
[518]
H-E3
[519]
H-AB
[520]
H-F3
Zone 03
[521]
H-33
[522]
H-E3
[523]
H-AB
[524]
H-F3
Zone 04
[525]
H-34
[526]
H-E3
[527]
H-AB
[528]
H-F3
Zone 05
[529]
H-35
[530]
H-E3
[531]
H-AB
[532]
H-F3
Zone 06✝
[533]
H-36
[534]
H-E3
[535]
H-AB
[536]
H-F3
Zone 07
[537]
H-37
[538]
H-E3
[539]
H-AB
[540]
H-F3
Zone 08
[541]
H-38
[542]
H-E3
[543]
H-AB
[544]
H-F3
Zone 09
[545]
H-39
[546]
H-E3
[547]
H-AB
[548]
H-F3
Zone 10
[549]
H-3A
[550]
H-E3
[551]
H-AB
[552]
H-F3
Zone 11
[553]
H-3B
[554]
H-E3
[555]
H-AB
[556]
H-F3
Zone 12✝
[557]
H-3C
[558]
H-E3
[559]
H-AB
[560]
H-F3
Zone 13
[561]
H-3D
[562]
H-E3
[563]
H-AB
[564]
H-F3
Zone 14
[565]
H-3E
[566]
H-E3
[567]
H-AB
[568]
H-F3
Zone 15
[569]
H-3F
[570]
H-E3
[571]
H-AB
[572]
H-F3
Zone 16
[573]
H-61
[574]
H-E6
[575]
H-AB
[576]
H-F6
Zone 17
[577]
H-62
[578]
H-E6
[579]
H-AB
[580]
H-F6
Zone 18
[581]
H-63
[582]
H-E6
[583]
H-AB
[584]
H-F6
Zone 19
[585]
H-64
[586]
H-E6
[587]
H-AB
[588]
H-F6
Zone 20
[589]
H-65
[590]
H-E6
[591]
H-AB
[592]
H-F6
Zone 21
[593]
H-66
[594]
H-E6
[595]
H-AB
[596]
H-F6
Zone 22
[597]
H-67
[598]
H-E6
[599]
H-AB
[600]
H-F6
Zone 23
[601]
H-68
[602]
H-E6
[603]
H-AB
[604]
H-F6
Zone 24
[605]
H-69
[606]
H-E6
[607]
H-AB
[608]
H-F6
Zone 25
[609]
H-6A
[610]
H-E6
[611]
H-AB
[612]
H-F6
Zone 26
[613]
H-6B
[614]
H-E6
[615]
H-AB
[616]
H-F6
Zone 27
[617]
H-6C
[618]
H-E6
[619]
H-AB
[620]
H-F6
Zone 28
[621]
H-6D
[622]
H-E6
[623]
H-AB
[624]
H-F6
Zone 29
[625]
H-11
[626]
H-E1
[627]
H-AB
[628]
H-F1
Zone 30
[629]
H-12
[630]
H-E1
[631]
H-AB
[632]
H-F1
Not Available
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User Report Codes Description
The User Report Codes utilize programming locations 633 through 732. This data block is used to
program the opening and closing reports for each
user code.
than zero into either digit to enable that event to be
reported, the correct transmitted data is automatically sent.
The open and close report code is assigned to the
user, not the area. Some users may be assigned to
arm and disarm multiple areas. Any user with the
authority to arm and disarm multiple areas has the
same opening and closing report codes. However,
the Central Station can differentiate between areas
by the account code transmitted.
Each report code requires a two digit entry. The
first digit sets the primary event code and the second digit sets the extended code. (See Installer Level
Programming - Programming Report Codes). If a
transmission format other than a Pulsed format is
used, it is only necessary to program a value other
User Report Code Default Table
CLOSE
OPEN
Loc
Default
Loc
Default
User 01
[633]
H-C1
[634]
H-B1
User 02
[635]
H-C2
[636]
H-B2
User 03
[637]
H-C3
[638]
User 04
[639]
H-C4
[640]
User 05
[641]
H-C5
User 06
[643]
H-C6
User 07
[645]
User 08
[647]
User 09
User 10
User 11
User 12
CLOSE
OPEN
Loc
Default
User 26
[683]
H-CF
[684]
H-BF
User 27
[685]
H-CF
[686]
H-BF
H-B3
User 28
[687]
H-CF
[688]
H-BF
H-B4
User 29
[689]
H-CF
[690]
H-BF
[642]
H-B5
User 30
[691]
H-CF
[692]
H-BF
[644]
H-B6
User 31
[693]
H-CF
[694]
H-BF
H-C7
[646]
H-B7
User 32
[695]
H-CF
[696]
H-BF
H-C8
[648]
H-B8
User 33
[697]
H-CF
[698]
H-BF
[649]
H-C9
[650]
H-B9
User 34
[699]
H-CF
[700]
H-BF
[651]
H-CA
[652]
H-BA
User 35
[701]
H-CF
[702]
H-BF
[653]
H-CB
[654]
H-BB
User 36
[703]
H-CF
[704]
H-BF
[655]
H-CC
[656]
H-BC
User 37
[705]
H-CF
[706]
H-BF
User 13
[657]
H-CD
[658]
H-BD
User 38
[707]
H-CF
[708]
H-BF
User 14
[659]
H-CE
[660]
H-BE
User 39
[709]
H-CF
[710]
H-BF
User 15
[661]
H-CF
[662]
H-BF
User 40
[711]
H-CF
[712]
H-BF
User 16
[663]
H-CF
[664]
H-BF
User 41
[713]
H-CF
[714]
H-BF
User 17
[665]
H-CF
[666]
H-BF
User 42
[715]
H-CF
[716]
H-BF
User 18
[667]
H-CF
[668]
H-BF
User 43
[717]
H-CF
[718]
H-BF
User 19
[669]
H-CF
[670]
H-BF
User 44
[719]
H-CF
[720]
H-BF
User 20
[671]
H-CF
[672]
H-BF
User 45
[721]
H-CF
[722]
H-BF
User 21
[673]
H-CF
[674]
H-BF
User 46
[723]
H-CF
[724]
H-BF
User 22
[675]
H-CF
[676]
H-BF
User 47
[725]
H-CF
[726]
H-BF
User 23
[677]
H-CF
[678]
H-BF
User 48
[727]
H-CF
[728]
H-BF
User 24
[679]
H-CF
[680]
H-BF
User 49
[729]
H-CF
[730]
H-BF
User 25
[681]
H-CF
[682]
H-BF
User 50
[731]
H-CF
[732]
H-BF
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System Report Codes Description
Each report code requires a two digit entry. The
first digit sets the primary event code and the second digit sets the extended code. (See Installer Level
Programming - Programming Report Codes). If the
transmission format is anything other than a Pulsed
format, it is only necessary to program a value other
than zero into either digit to enable that event to be
reported, the correct transmitted data is automatically sent.
System Event Report Codes Default Table
Loc
Default
Loc
Default
Left Panic Key Report Code
[733]
H-19
AC Restore Report Code
[754]
H-EA
Center Panic Key Report Code
[734]
H-29
Low/No Battery Report Code
[755]
H-F9
Right Panic Key Report Code
[735]
H-49
Battery Restore Code
[756]
H-E9
Duress Code
[736]
H-99
Bell Fault Report Code
[757]
H-00
Keypad Lockout Code
[737]
H-00
Bell Restore Report Code
[758]
H-00
Burg Cancel Report Code
[738]
H-00
Telco Fault Report Code
[759]
H-00
Quick Arm Report Code
[739]
H-00
Telco Restore Report Code
[760]
H-00
Auto-Arm Code
[740]
H-00
Ground Fault Report Code
[761]
H-00
Auto-Arm Failed Code
[741]
H-00
Ground Restore Report Code
[762]
H-00
Keyswitch Closing Code
[742]
H-00
Comm Restore Report Code
[763]
H-00
Keyswitch Opening Code
[743]
H-00
Memory Error Report Code
[764]
H-00
Installer/RPM Closing Code
[744]
H-00
Local Program Begin Code
[765]
H-00
Installer/RPM Opening Code
[745]
H-00
Local Program End Code
[766]
H-00
Closing Extended Code
[746]
H-00
RPM End Report Code
[767]
H-00
Exit Alarm Code
[747]
H-00
RPM Denied Report Code
[768]
H-00
Recent Closing Code
[748]
H-00
RPM Abort Report Code
[769]
H-00
Latch Key Supervision Code
[749]
H-00
Missing Keypad Code
[770]
H-00
User on Premises Code
[750]
H-00
Restore Keypad Code
[771]
H-00
Comm Test Not Norm Code
[751]
H-F2
RF Jamming Report Code
[772]
H-00
Comm Test Report Code
[752]
H-F1
RF Channel Clear Report Code
[773]
H-00
AC Fail Report Code
[753]
H-FA
RF User Device Low Battery Code
[774]
H-00
The following table refers to programming locations
733 through 774:
ITEM
VALID RANGE
DESCRIPTION
Fire Panic Key Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent for alarms activated by pressing the Left Panic key.
Holdup Panic Key Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent for alarms activated by pressing the Center Panic key or an RF user device.
Aux/Med Panic Key Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent for alarms activated by pressing the Right Panic key or an RF user device.
Duress Code
00 to FF
Code sent for a duress (Authority Level 13) code arm or disarm.
Keypad Lockout Code
00 to FF
Code sent when a Control Station is locked out due to failed passcode attempts.
Burg Cancel Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent when an authorized user resets a burglar alarm after reporting and before the Burglar Bell Cutoff timer expires.
Quick Arm Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent when an area is armed using Two-Button or Double Press Arming.
Auto-Arming Code
00 to FF
Code sent when armed by scheduled program or Exit Arm.
Auto-Arm Failed Code
00 to FF
Code sent when a scheduled arming is aborted or could not be completed.
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Keyswitch Closing Code
00 to FF
Code sent when an area is armed by keyswitch zone.
Keyswitch Opening Code
00 to FF
Code sent when an area is disarmed by keyswitch zone.
Installer/RPM Closing Code
00 to FF
Code sent when an area is armed by RPM or the installer at a Control Station.
Installer/RPM Opening Code
00 to FF
Code sent when an area is disarmed by RPM or the installer at a Control Station.
Closing Extended Code
00 to FF
Code sent when the scheduled closing time is extended.
Exit Alarm Code
00 to FF
Code sent in addition to a burglar alarm event if the alarm occurs when the exit time expires.
Recent Closing Code
00 to FF
Code sent in addition to a burglar alarm event if the alarm occurs within two minutes
after exit time expires.
Latch Key Supervision Code
00 to FF
Code sent when the Latch Key code is not entered during the programmed time window.
User on Premises Code
00 to FF
Code sent when the User on Premises (Authority Level 12) passcode is entered to
disarm the system or perform the access operation.
Comm Test Not Norm Code
00 to FF
Code sent at the comm test time-of-day in place of the comm test report when a
trouble condition is present. If this report code is set to 00, a normal comm test
event is transmitted.
Comm Test Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent at the comm test time-of-day when no trouble conditions are present. Transmitted
at power-up, if Test On Power-Up is enabled. Transmitted for Manual Comm Test, if programmed. (See Inst. Level Prog.- Communication Data Description). Implies proper operation
of the communicator and the telephone line.
AC Fail Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent when the control has lost the primary AC input. The delay time before
this report is transmitted is located in Installer Level Programming - Global System
Options Description.
AC Restore Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent when the AC primary power has been restored.
Low Battery Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent when the control detects a low battery voltage reading of 11.3 VDC or less.
Battery Restore Code
00 to FF
Code sent when the low battery condition has been restored.
Bell Fault Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent when the control panel detects a Bell Fault. Contact ID will distinguish
between Bell 1 and Bell 2 faults.
Bell Restore Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent when a Bell Fault trouble restores. Contact ID will distinguish between Bell 1
and Bell 2 restores.
Telco Fault Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent when the control panel detects a Telco Fault. Contact ID will distinguish
between Phone Line 1, Phone Line 2 and Non-Telco faults.
Telco Restore Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent when a Telco Fault trouble restores. Contact ID will distinguish between
Phone Line 1, Phone Line 2 and Non-Telco restores.
Ground Fault Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent when the control panel detects a Ground Fault.
Ground Restore Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent when a Ground Fault trouble restores.
Comm Restore Report Code
00 to FF
When the control is unsuccessful in reporting an event, the fail to communicate
(local trouble) displays. If a subsequent report of any type is successful, the control
also reports this code.
Memory Error Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent when the internal memory check finds an unauthorized change in the
value of one or more of the programming options.
Local Prog Begin Code
00 to FF
Code sent when a program function map is initiated at the control site.
Local Prog End Code
00 to FF
Code sent after programming mode is terminated at the installation site. This occurs
255 seconds after exiting programming mode or by holding the CLEAR key for three
seconds.
RPM End Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent when an RPM session has been completed normally.
RPM Denied Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent when an unauthorized RPM session is attempted (i.e.: improper ID code
or access device).
RPM Abort Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent when an RPM session is aborted. If an alarm event requiring a report to
the Central Station occurs during an RPM session, the control may abort the session
to report the event.
Missing Keypad Code
00 to FF
Code sent when a supervised Control Station is removed or fails to respond to system polling.
Restore Keypad Code
00 to FF
Code sent when a missing Control Station is restored to the data bus.
RF Jamming Report Code
00 to FF
Code sent when an RF Gateway detects an RF Jamming condition.
RF Channel Clear Code
00 to FF
Code sent when an RF Gateway detects an RF Jamming condition has cleared.
RF User Device Low Battery
Code
00 to FF
Code sent when an RF Gateway detects a Low Battery condition on one of its User
Devices.
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Area Schedules Description
Automatic Arming
Latch Key Schedules
If automatic arming is enabled, the control produces
a warning signal at the appropriate Control Station(s)
once every minute beginning ten minutes prior to
the event. During this warning, the same Control
Station(s) may display a visual indication of the impending action and the amount of time remaining.
This allows the user ample warning to exit or override the impending action. Auto Arming time may
be extended by one hour during each ten minute
warning period (but not past midnight) using the
Delay Auto Arming function. The user can also abort
the scheduled arming for that day through User Level
programming. (See the appropriate User Guide).
Auto Arming arms the control in the AWAY, STAY, or
NIGHT mode with normal exit time.
A Latch Key User ID is used to determine which user
passcode must be entered on selected Latch Key
Days. The user passcode must be entered within a
time window. If the user passcode is not entered
during the Time Window, a Latch Key Supervision
event will be posted in the Event Log to be reported.
For example, if Monday is a Latch Key Day and the
Latch Key Time for Monday is 14:30 with a thirty minute
Time Window and the Latch Key User ID is not entered between 14:00 and 15:00 hours, then a Latch
Key Supervision event will be posted at 15:00 hours.
NOTE
The Latch Key Time Window cannot cross over the Midnight
boundary. During the Time Window, the Control Station will
chime once a minute until the user
passcode is entered or the Time
Window has expired, whichever
comes first.
Area Schedules Default Table
AREA 1
Loc
AREA 2
Default
Loc
Default
Scheduled Arm Mode
[775]
0
[808]
0
Scheduled Arm Days
[776]
H-00
[809]
H-00
Arm Time Sun (hr:min)
[777:778]
00:00
[810:811]
00:00
Arm Time Mon (hr:min)
[779:780]
00:00
[812:813]
00:00
Arm Time Tues (hr:min)
[781:782]
00:00
[814:815]
00:00
Arm Time Wed (hr:min)
[783:784]
00:00
[816:817]
00:00
Arm Time Thurs (hr:min)
[785:786]
00:00
[818:819]
00:00
Arm Time Fri (hr:min)
[787:788]
00:00
[820:821]
00:00
Arm Time Sat (hr:min)
[789:790]
00:00
[822:823]
00:00
Latch Key User ID
[791]
0
Latch Key Days
[792]
Latch Key Window (min)
[793]
Latch Time Sun (hr:min)
[794:795]
00:00
[827:828]
00:00
Latch Time Mon (hr:min)
[796:797]
00:00
[829:830]
00:00
Latch Time Tues (hr:min)
[798:799]
00:00
[831:832]
00:00
Latch Time Wed (hr:min)
[800:801]
00:00
[833:834]
00:00
Latch Time Thurs (hr:min)
[802:803]
00:00
[835:836]
00:00
Latch Time Fri (hr:min)
[804:805]
00:00
[837:838]
00:00
Latch Time Sat (hr:min)
[806:807]
00:00
[839:840]
00:00
81
[824]
0
H-00
[825]
H-00
0
[826]
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The following table refers to programming locations
775 through 840:
ITEM
VALID RANGE
DESCRIPTION
Scheduled Arming Mode
0 = AWAY, 1 = STAY, 2 = NIGHT
Determines the Auto Arm mode.
Scheduled Arming Days
00 to FF
(see the table below for a complete
description of each value’s activation)
Selects the days of the week the system automatically arms.
Sunday Arming Time
00:00 to 23:59
The time for Auto Arming on Sunday.
Monday Arming Time
00:00 to 23:59
The time for Auto Arming on Monday.
Tuesday Arming Time
00:00 to 23:59
The time for Auto Arming on Tuesday.
Wednesday Arming Time
00:00 to 23:59
The time for Auto Arming on Wednesday.
Thursday Arming Time
00:00 to 23:59
The time for Auto Arming on Thursday.
Friday Arming Time
00:00 to 23:59
The time for Auto Arming on Friday.
Saturday Arming Time
00:00 to 23:59
The time for Auto Arming on Saturday.
Latch Key User ID
0 = disable, User 1 to 50
Determines the user passcode that has Latch Key Supervision.
Latch Key Days
00 to FF (see Scheduled Arming
and Latch Key Days Table.)
Selects the days of the week that Latch Key Supervision is
performed.
Latch Key Time Window
0 to 255 minutes
Time in minutes (+/-) the Latch Key User Code may be
entered.
Sunday Latch Key Time
00:00 to 23:59
The time, (+/-) the Time Window, the Latch Key user
passcode must be entered on Sunday.
Monday Latch Key Time
00:00 to 23:59
The time, (+/-) the Time Window, the Latch Key user
passcode must be entered on Monday.
Tuesday Latch Key Time
00:00 to 23:59
The time, (+/-) the Time Window, the Latch Key user
passcode must be entered on Tuesday.
Wednesday Latch Key Time 00:00 to 23:59
The time, (+/-) the Time Window, the Latch Key user
passcode must be entered on Wednesday.
Thursday Latch Key Time
00:00 to 23:59
The time, (+/-) the Time Window, the Latch Key user
passcode must be entered on Thursday.
Friday Latch Key Time
00:00 to 23:59
The time, (+/-) the Time Window, the Latch Key user
passcode must be entered on Friday.
Saturday Latch Key Time
00:00 to 23:59
The time, (+/-) the Time Window, the Latch Key user
passcode must be entered on Saturday.
Scheduled Arming and Latch Key Days Table
ENTER FOR:
FIRST DIGIT
0
All Days Below Disabled
•
Thursday
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
•
•
• •
C
D
E
F
•
•
•
• •
•
•
• •
Friday
Saturday
•
•
• •
• • • •
•
•
• •
• • • •
SECOND DIGIT
All Days Below Disabled
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
•
•
•
• •
• • • •
Wednesday
•
• •
• • • •
• • • • • • • •
•
•
• •
•
If the First Digit entered is ‘1’, it must be entered as ‘01’. A = 10; B = 11; C = 12; D = 13; E = 14; F = 15
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Programming Options
This section deals with the attributes of the Remote
Programming Manager Software. Before programming the specific functions, it is important to understand the following:
ming changes are still allowed. When the Datalock
(agency code) is set, the Control Station emits an error
tone if any attempt is made to change an account
number or a phone number or to default the control.
Abort: During a remote programming session, the
control is fully functional and can detect and annunciate alarms locally. The control aborts a session
with RPM/2 Pro to report alarm events.
Programming Options Default Table
Datalock: As a provision of anti-takeover, the control does not permit local programming of the account numbers and telephone numbers, or the Restore Factory Defaults option to operate when an
agency code has been established and programmed
by the RPM/2 Pro software. Other installer program-
Loc
Default
Installer Passcode
[841 - 844]
9632
Call 2 Timer (sec)
[845]
0
Auto Answer Ring Count
[846]
0
Enable RPM
[847]
1
Enable Power Up Program
[848]
0
Lockout Local Program
[849]
0
The following table refers to programming locations
841 through 849:
ITEM
Installer Passcode
2nd Call Timer
Auto Answer Ring Count
VALID RANGE
DESCRIPTION
0000 to 9999
The installer passcode is the only passcode that may program the entire
Function Map. See Installer Level Programming - User Data Description
for a description of the other functions that may be performed.
0 - 255 seconds
Time in seconds for the answering machine bypass time window. This allows
the remote programmer to bypass an answering machine by making two
calls to the premises. The first call must ring three times or less and not be
answered. The answering machine bypass time window starts ten seconds
after the last ring of the first call. If the first ring of the second call occurs
within the answering machine bypass time window, the panel answers the
second call on the first ring. Remote Programming must be enabled and
Auto-Answer Ring count must be non-zero.
0 - 15 rings
Sets the number of rings that must occur before the panel automatically
answers the telephone for operation with RPM/2 Pro. A ring count of 0
disables automatic answering, but manual connection may still be used. If
Remote Programming is not enabled, then the auto-answer ring count is
ignored and the panel never answers.
Enable RPM
0 = No
1 = Yes
Enables operation of the control with the RPM/2 Pro package.
Connection to RPM/2 Pro may only be achieved using Phone Line 1.
Enable Power Up Program
0 = No
1 = Yes
A quick way to enter program mode upon power up. Pressing the ”9“ key
and entering “9999” within the first 60 seconds after power up enters the
control into Installer Level Programming mode. Consider disabling this
feature for anti-takeover.
Lockout Local Program
0 = No
1 = Yes
This is provided for anti-takeover protection. If it is enabled, the
installer passcode is limited as noted in Installer Level Programming - User
Data Description. A user may still be able to perform user level programming and RPM/2 Pro will be fully operational. Do not enable this unless an
RPM/2 Pro account has been established for the control.
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Programming Notes
Note 3: Exit Arm
An Exit Arm is intended to automatically arm an area
ten minutes after the premises are vacated. An Exit
Arm will only be attempted when it is enabled for
an area and the area is disarmed and not in alarm.
The end user can disable the Exit Arm feature on a
day-to-day basis (see the appropriate User Guide).
If a Disable Exit Arming is performed, the Exit Arm
will be disabled until midnight.
Note 1: Restarting Exit Time
If an exit time is counting down from an AWAY arming, the exit time may be automatically restarted
once to reduce false alarms.
The exit time will be restarted if a Perimeter (arm in
STAY mode and arm in NIGHT mode) Burglar zone
is violated anytime during the last ten seconds of
exit time.
When a Delay Burglar zone restores from a violation, the area’s Exit Arm timer is started at ten minutes. During this time, the Control Station may display a visual indication of the impending action and
the amount of time remaining. An audible warning
signal will occur at two minutes until arming and at
one minute until arming. When any Burglar zone is
violated, the area’s Exit Arm timer is halted. If a Delay
zone restores from a violation while the timer is running, the timer is restarted at ten minutes. If an
Instant or Follower Burglar zone restores from a violation, the timer is halted.
If the exit time is not due to an Exit Arm or a Scheduled Arming, then the exit time will be restarted if it
expires and a Perimeter (Arm in STAY mode and Arm
in NIGHT mode) Burglar zone has not been violated
during the exit time (i.e.: nobody went out the door).
Note 1A: Entry Delay Times
The Entry Delay Times (Entry Delay 1 and Entry Delay 2) of an area work together to provide a more
secure Entry Delay Time. For example, Entry Delay
1 may be programmed as 4 minutes and Entry Delay 2 may be programmed as 1 minute. If Entry Delay 1 (4 min.) is started and counts down to 2 minutes remaining when an armed Delay 2 zone is violated, then the Entry Delay Time is reduced to the
more secure Entry Delay 2 time (1 minute remaining). However, if the Entry Delay Time counts down
below the Entry Delay 2 Time (i.e. to 30 seconds
remaining), then no adjustment is made. Entry Delay Time is only decreased, it is never increased.
If the timer expires (i.e.: ten minutes of no Burglar
zone activity following a Delay zone restoration),
then the system attempts to arm the area in the
AWAY mode. If Force-Arming is enabled, then a
Force-Arm may occur if needed. If the arming is
successful, then Exit time is started and an Auto-Arm
event is logged to be reported. If the arming cannot be completed, then nothing will happen.
Note 4: Force-Arming
If Force-Arming is enabled for an area, then an arming from a keyswitch zone, an Exit Arming or a
Scheduled Arming will be Force-Armed if necessary.
Note 2: Entry Time versus Pre-Alarm Warning
Time
Assuming Exit, Entry and Pre-Alarm Warning Times
are inactive, a violation of an armed Burglar zone
will cause the following actions depending on the
area’s arm level and the type of Burglar zone:
Instant Burglar
Delay Burglar
Follower Burglar
Note 5: LED Control Stations
The Secondary Area setting is ignored for LED Control Stations since they cannot provide area infor-
AWAY
STAY
STAY INSTANT
NIGHT
NIGHT INSTANT
Instant Alarm
Pre-Alarm Warning
Time
Pre-Alarm Warning
Time
Pre-Alarm Warning
Time
Pre-Alarm Warning
Time
Entry Time
Entry Time
Instant
Entry Time
Instant
Pre-Alarm Warning
Time
Pre-Alarm Warning
Time
Pre-Alarm Warning
Time
Pre-Alarm Warning Pre-Alarm Warning
Time
Time
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mation and prompts. Therefore, LED Control Stations cannot have a Secondary Area.
• if the Verification Timer expires after the Delay
Timer has expired without the violation being
verified, then nothing happens.
Note 6: Verifying or Self-Verifying Burglar Zones
Common Area Burglar zones cannot be programmed
as verifying or self-verifying, but they can verify a verifying or self-verifying zone from Area 1 or Area 2 (see
Operating the System - Introduction).
If an armed Verifying Burglar zone is violated, then a
forty second Verification Timer is started. If the timer
expires and the zone that started it is still in violation, then the zone’s violation is verified. If another
armed Burglar zone is violated while the timer is still
running, then that violation verifies the first zone’s
violation.
Note 7: Sentry Test Burglar Zones
If a Burglar zone has Sentry Test enabled, then each
time the zone is disarmed, it must be tested before it
can be armed again. A test consists of violating the
zone from a restored state and then restoring it again.
If an armed Self-Verifying Burglar zone is violated,
then a forty second Verification Timer is started. If
the Timer expires and the zone is still in violation,
then the zone’s violation is verified. If another armed
Burglar zone is violated while the Timer is still running, then that violation verifies the first zone’s violation. If the same armed Burglar zone is violated a
second time while the Timer is still running, then
the zone’s violation is verified.
If the zone has not been tested, then it appears as a
faulted zone and is displayed as “Zone Untested”
from the View Info key. An untested zone cannot be
armed and its area is therefore not ready to arm. If
the zone is bypassable, then it may be bypassed to
prevent testing. Force-Arming should not be enabled
on systems with Sentry Test Burglar Zones.
If the area is armed such that a violation from the
zone would normally cause an instant alarm:
Note 8: Zone Activation of Bell Output and
Keypad Sounders
• when the zone is first violated, nothing happens.
• when the violation is verified, an instant alarm
occurs.
• if the Verification Timer expires without the violation being verified, then nothing happens.
The Bell Output on Alarm attribute determines
whether the Bell Output for the zone’s area activates
due to an alarm from the zone. It does not affect the
activation of any other programmable outputs, including an associated Alarm output.
If the area is armed such that a violation from the
zone would normally cause an Entry Time or PreAlarm Warning Time Delay:
This attribute is used for the Other Bell Output if the
Zone Type is Burglar, Holdup, Auxiliary or Burglar
Tamper. It is also used for the Fire Bell 1 Output if
the Zone Type is Fire or Verified Fire and there is no
Water Flow zone. Otherwise, it is ignored. If Water
Flow zones are used, then Fire Bell 2 activates on
alarms from Water Flow zones and Fire Bell 1 activate activates on all alarms from Fire and Verified
Fire zones and from the Left Panic key.
• when the zone is first violated, the Delay Timer
is started.
• if the violation is verified while the Delay Timer is
still running, then the Delay Timer continues as
normal.
• if the Verification Timer expires while the Delay
Timer is still running and the violation has not
been verified, then the time continues. If the
Delay Timer expires and no zones are violated
from the Delay Time, then nothing happens.
• if the Delay timer expires before the Verification
timer expires and the violation has not been verified, then nothing will happen until either the violation is verified or the Verification Timer expires.
• if the violation is verified after the Delay Timer
has expired, then an instant alarm occurs.
The Keypad Sounder on Alarm attribute generally
determines whether the Control Station sounders
activate due to an alarm from the zone. This attribute
is only used for Keypad Sounders if the Zone Type is
Burglar, Holdup or Auxiliary. It does not affect the
activation of any programmable outputs for these
zones. This attribute is also used for the Fire Bell 2
Output if the Zone Type is Fire or Verified Fire and
there is no Water Flow zone. Otherwise, it is ignored.
Keypad sounders activate on all alarms from Fire,
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Water Flow and Verified Fire zones and from the Left
Panic key, as well as from Burglar Tamper and Fire
Supervisory zones. They never activate from the
other Zone Types.
If the Delay Before Dial Time is not zero and the alarm
is silenced before the Delay Before Dial Time expires,
then no Alarm events are posted to be reported. If this
occurs and Log Alarm Aborted Events is enabled, then
Alarm Aborted events are posted for each zone that
went into alarm, but they are not reported.
If a Holdup zone is programmed with neither Bell
Output on Alarm nor Keypad Sounder on Alarm,
then an alarm from the zone will be invisible on the
Control Stations.
If the Delay Before Dial Time is zero or if the Delay
Before Dial Time expires before the alarm is silenced
with a disarm, then the Alarm events are posted to
be reported. If the alarm is a Burglar Alarm and the
alarm is silenced with a disarm before the Burglar
Bell Cutoff Timer expires, then a “Cancel Alarm”
event is logged to be reported.
Note 9: Secure Watch
The Secure Watch attribute may only be used with
Burglar, Critical Condition Monitor, Non-Alarm,
Universal, and Universal Logged zones. It is ignored
for all other zone types.
If an alarm in a Control Station’s Primary or Secondary area is in Delay Before Dial Time, then
when the OFF CANCEL key is pressed on the Control Station, all alarms in the Control Station’s Primary and Secondary areas are muted until the
Delay Before Dial Time expires. While an alarm
is muted, the Control Stations do not produce the
alarm tone for the alarm and the Bell Output(s)
are silent. The muting of an alarm does not affect
the operation of programmed outputs. If the Delay Before Dial Time expires without the alarm
being silenced, then the Control Stations resume
the alarm tone and the Bell Output(s) re-activate.
The alarm cut-off timer(s) continue to count while
the alarm is muted.
If a Burglar zone has Secure Watch enabled, then
the Secure Watch only applies when the zone is disarmed and not bypassed. Whenever the zone is violated, disarmed or unbypassed, the zone’s Secure
Watch timer is reset to the programmed time. If
that timer expires and the zone is disarmed and not
bypassed, then a Secure Watch Trouble event is
posted for the zone to be reported. The trouble
condition is not displayed on the keypad and it does
not prevent the area from being armed. A Secure
Watch Trouble Restore event is posted for the zone
to be reported if the zone is then either violated,
armed, or bypassed.
If a Critical Condition Monitor, Non-Alarm, Universal,
or Universal Logged zone has Secure Watch enabled,
then the Secure Watch only applies when the zone is
not bypassed. When the zone is violated or unbypassed,
the zone’s Secure Watch timer is reset to the programmed time. If that timer expires and the zone is
not bypassed, then a Secure Watch Trouble event is
posted for the zone to be reported. The trouble condition is not displayed on the keypad. A Secure Watch
Trouble restore event is posted for the zone to be reported if the zone is either violated or bypassed.
Note 11: Transmission Formats
If the Data Format is “Pulsed 20 Baud - Non-Extended”, then the number of digits in the account
code determines how events are reported. If the
fourth digit of the account code is 0, then events
are reported in the 3/1 Non-Extended format. If
the fourth digit of the account code is not 0, then
events are reported in the 4/1 Non-Extended format. Only the first digit of the report code is sent.
If an account code digit or the first digit of the
report code is 0, then that digit is transmitted as
an ‘A’. Each event is reported in two rounds for
verification.
While a zone has a Secure Watch Trouble condition,
its corresponding Secure Watch signaling device
(programmable output) will stay ON steady.
For the 3/1 Non-Extended format, the first three digits of the account code and the first digit of the report code are transmitted in a round. For the 4/1
Non-Extended format, all four digits of the account
code and the first digit of the report code are transmitted in a round.
Note 10: Delay Before Dial Time
The Delay Before Dial Time is used as the time that
a user has after a Burglar, Holdup, or Auxiliary Alarm
from a zone has occurred to silence the alarm with a
disarm and abort the Alarm event.
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programmed for each user, the system can be programmed to only page when the child’s user
passcode is used or when a passcode with the User
on Premises authority level is used. The pager option can also be used with the Latch Key Supervision report to page the parent when the child does
not come home when expected.
If the Data Format is “Pulsed 20 Baud - Extended”
or “Pulsed 40 Baud - Extended”, then the number
of digits in the account code must be four (4) digits.
Both digits of the report code are sent. If an account code digit or one of the report code digits is
0, then that digit is transmitted as an ‘A’. Each event
is reported in two rounds for verification.
For the 4/2 Extended format, then all four digits of
the account code and both digits of the report code
are transmitted in a round.
Note 12: Powering Up While Armed
If either area is armed when the panel powers up,
violations from all the burglar zones are ignored for
three minutes. This allows all armed PIRs to stabilize
without causing false alarms.
If the Data Format is “Contact ID”, then all four digits of the account code are sent. The report code is
only used to determine if the event is sent or not.
The reports are generated from a Contact ID report
table. This is an Ademco developed format.
Note 13: Universal Outputs
A Universal output may be assigned to any combination of areas and is controlled by the Universal
timer or keypad in each of the areas. When a Universal or Universal Logged zone in an area is violated, the area’s Universal timer will begin a countdown. If the Universal Output Time is set to zero (0),
then the area’s Universal timer will turn ON. To turn it
OFF, use the ENTER + Key #2 secondary function.
If the Data Format is “Non-Telco Contact ID”, then
all four digits of the account code are sent. The report code is only used to determine if the event is
sent or not. The reports are generated from a Contact ID report table. The report will be sent to an
interface device over the data bus. The interface
device will send an acknowledgment to the system
upon successful transmission of an event. The associated Central Station telephone number will not be
used, but its first digit must not be an ‘F’. If the interface device responds back with a transmission failure or if the interface device “loses” the event, the
system will view it as a failed dial attempt. If the
interface device is not responding on the data bus,
a “Non-Telco Failure” condition will be posted and
the system will not try to report through the interface. This may cause a “Comm Failure” condition to
occur or the event may be reported using another
phone number.
If the Universal Output Time is not set to zero (0),
then the ENTER + Key #2 secondary function will
override the Universal Output timer. For example, if
the timer is running when the function is performed,
then the output will be turned OFF and the timer
will halt. A new zone activation will turn the output
ON and re-start the timer. If the timer is not running when the function is performed, then the function will turn the output ON and subsequent zone
violations will be ignored until after the output is
turned OFF by performing the function again.
If the Pager option is used, up to 16 digits of the
Pager Header Message and a 2-digit Pager Event
Message are sent. (If the Pager Header Message is
not used, a 4-digit Account Code and a 2-digit Pager
Event Message are sent). The telephone number will
be dialed for the number of dial attempts programmed and the pager message will be blindly sent
each time. There will be no feedback and, therefore, no failed to communicate.
A Universal output will go ON STEADY when any of
its areas have a Universal timer that is either running
or ON. If the Universal Output Time is 0, only one
area should be used to control a Universal output.
Otherwise, an area will not be able to turn the output OFF if another area has turned it ON.
Note 14: Lamp Trigger Outputs
The Pager option is perfect for the parent who works
late and wants to know if their child arrived home
safely. When the child disarms the system, the parent is paged. Since arming/disarming reports are
A Lamp Trigger output will change state (ON to OFF
or OFF to ON) for the Control Station’s Primary area
when the ENTER + Key #1 secondary function is
performed. If the output is turned ON with the EN-
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TER + Key #1 secondary function and then an arming occurs, the output will turn OFF when the Exit
Time expires.
Note 15: Access and Quick Access Outputs
An Access output will be controlled by the Access
operations (0 + passcode) performed on any of its
Control Stations or from RPM. A Quick Access output will be controlled by pressing ENTER + Key #3.
If a Control Station is used to toggle an Access or Quick
Access output between ON and OFF, then it should be
the only Control Station controlling that output. Otherwise, you may not be able to turn the output OFF if
another Control Station has turned it ON.
Note 16: Water Flow Zone
If a zone is programmed as Water Flow, then Fire
Bell 2 shall be dedicated to the Water Flow zone and
Fire Bell 1 shall be dedicated to the other Fire zones.
Note 17: Bypassable Zones - Shunting Fire Zones
All zones may be programmed as Bypassable. If a
Fire, Verified Fire, Water Flow or Fire Supervisory Zone
is bypassable and is bypassed, a fire trouble condition occurs and is reported and the trouble tone is
sounded. The condition remains until the zone is
unbypassed. If the zone is violated when it is
unbypassed, the trouble tone is resounded and a
smoke reset must be performed to clear the trouble
condition.
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Digital Communicator Table For Contact ID
Formats
This section cross-references many of the reporting
options and equivalent codes sent by Sentrol-manufactured controls when transmitting in the Contact
ID formats.
Simplified example of data sent in Contact ID format:
SSSS 18 Q XYZ AA CCC
SSSS = 4 decimal digit subscriber #
18 = Contact ID que for automation systems
Q
= Event qualifier; 1 = new event or opening;
3 = new restore or closing; 6 = previously
reported event
EVENT TYPE
XYZ = Event code (3 decimal digits)
AA = Area number (00 for system events)
CCC = Zone, sensor, or user # (3 decimal digits)
CID CODE
EVENT SOURCE
Left Panic Key Fire Alarm
1115
500 + Keypad (1 - 6)
Zone Fire Alarm
1110
Zone (1 - 30)
Zone Water Flow Alarm
1113
Zone (1 - 30)
Zone Fire Supervisory
1200
Zone (1 - 30)
Zone Burglar Alarm
1130
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Burglar Tamper
1137
Zone (1 - 28)
Center Panic Key or RF User Device Holdup Alarm
1120
500 + Keypad (1 - 6)
Zone Holdup Alarm
1120
Zone (1 - 28)
Duress
1121
User (1 - 50)
Right Panic Key or RF User Device Auxiliary Alarm
1100
500 + Keypad (1 - 6)
Zone Auxiliary Alarm
1100
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone CCM Alarm
1150
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Non-Alarm
1163
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Fire Trouble
1373
Zone (1 - 30)
Zone Fire Test Mode Begin
1604
Zone (1 - 30)
Zone Burglar Trouble
1370
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Holdup Trouble
1370
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Auxiliary Trouble
1370
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Other Trouble
1370
Zone (1 - 28)
Secure Watch Trouble
1641
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone No Response on Bus
1333
Zone (13 - 29)
RF Point Not Reporting
1381
Zone (13 - 28)
Smoke Trouble
1393
Zone (13 - 30)
RF Sensor Tamper
1383
Zone (13 - 28)
RF Point Low Battery
1384
Zone (13 - 28)
Zone Burglar Bypass
1573
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Holdup Bypass
1572
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Auxiliary Bypass
1572
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Other Bypass
1570
Zone (1 - 28)
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Zone Fire Alarm Restore
3110
Zone (1 - 30)
Zone Water Flow Restore
3113
Zone (1 - 30)
Zone Fire Supervisory Restore
3200
Zone (1 - 30)
Zone Burglar Alarm Restore
3130
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Burglar Tamper Restore
3137
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Holdup Alarm Restore
3120
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Auxiliary Alarm Restore
3100
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Critical Condition Monitor Alarm Restore
3150
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Non-Alarm Restore
3163
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Fire Trouble Restore
3373
Zone (1 - 30)
Zone Fire Test Mode End
3604
Zone (1 - 30)
Zone Burglar Trouble Restore
3370
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Holdup Trouble Restore
3370
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Auxiliary Trouble Restore
3370
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Other Trouble Restore
3370
Zone (1 - 28)
Secure Watch Trouble Restore
3641
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone No Response Restore
3333
Zone (13 - 29)
RF Point Reporting
3381
Zone (13 - 28)
Smoke Trouble Restore
3393
Zone (13 - 30)
RF Sensor Tamper Restore
3383
Zone (13 - 28)
RF Point Low Battery Restore
3384
Zone (13 - 28)
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Burglar Bypass Restore
3573
Zone Holdup Bypass Restore
3572
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Auxiliary Bypass Restore
3572
Zone (1 - 28)
Zone Other Bypass Restore
3570
Zone (1 - 28)
User AWAY Arm from Keypad
3401
User (1 - 50)
User STAY or NIGHT Keypad Arm
3456
User (1 - 50)
Quick AWAY Arm from Keypad
3408
No Data
Quick STAY or NIGHT Keypad Arm
3408
No Data
Keyswitch Arm
3409
Zone (1 - 28)
Installer Arm
3400
No Data
RPM/2 Pro Arm
3407
No Data
Auto Arm
3403
No Data
Auto Arm Failed
1455
No Data
Auto Arm Aborted
3455
User (1 - 50)
Closing Extended
3464
User (1 - 50)
Exit Alarm
1374
Zone (1 - 28)
Recent Closing
3459
User (1 - 50)
User Disarm from Keypad
1401
User (1 - 50)
Keyswitch Disarm
1409
Zone (1 - 28)
No Data
Installer Disarm
1400
RPM/2 Pro Disarm
1407
No Data
Latch Key Supervision
1642
User (1 - 50)
User on Premises
1458
User (1 - 50)
Keypad Locked-out
1300
500 + Keypad (1 - 6)
Keypad Missing
1330
500 + Keypad (1 - 6)
Keypad Missing Restore
3330
500 + Keypad (1 - 6)
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Burglar Alarm Canceled
3406
User (1 - 50)
Auto-Comm Test (Not Normal)
1608
No Data
Auto-Communicator Test
1602
No Data
Manual Communicator Test
1601
No Data
AC Failure
1301
No Data
AC Restore
3301
No Data
Panel Low/No Battery
1302
No Data
Panel Battery Restore
3302
No Data
Bell or Fire Bell 1 Fault
1321
No Data
Bell or Fire Bell 1 Restore
3321
No Data
Fire Bell 2 Fault
1322
No Data
Fire Bell 2 Restore
3322
No Data
Ground Fault
1310
No Data
Ground Restore
3310
No Data
Communication Restore
3354
No Data
Memory Error
1303
No Data
Begin Installer Local Program
1627
No Data
End Installer Local Program
1628
No Data
End Remote Programming
3412
No Data
Remote Programming Denied
1413
No Data
Remote Programming Aborted
1412
No Data
RF Jamming
1381
No Data
RF Channel Clear
3381
No Data
RF User Device Low Battery
1384
User (1 - 30)
Phone Line 1 Failure
1351
No Data
Phone Line 1 Restore
3351
No Data
Phone Line 2 Failure
1352
No Data
Phone Line 2 Restore
3352
No Data
Non-Telco Failure
1353
No Data
Non-Telco Restore
3353
No Data
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UL REQUIREMENTS
UL Programming Requirements
Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
Listing
This control is listed by Underwriters Laboratories
(UL) as follows:
APPLICATION
LISTING
Household Burglary (Grade A)
UL 1023
Household Fire
UL 985
Central Station Burglary (Grade C)
UL 1610/1635
Central Station Burglary (Grade B)
UL 1610/1635
Home Health Care Signaling Equipment
UL 1637
Local Burglary (Grade A)
UL 609
Police Station Burglary Connection (Grade A)
UL 365
Control Units For Fire Protective Signaling Systems
UL 864
UL has established certain requirements which pertain to the installation, use, and programming of
this equipment. The local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) and/or UL may have other requirements
which apply to the installation of this system that
are not detailed in this manual. It is the responsibility of the installing dealer to check with the AHJ and/
or UL before installing this system. The following
pages detail guidelines that must be followed in order to comply with the UL listings as stated above.
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UL Notes In This Manual
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Key “0” (Access) - The control has not been investigated to UL 294 Access Control System requirements.
Unsupervised Burglary Zones - UL does not permit the use of unsupervised zones.
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UL Notes About Program
Functions
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Entrance Delay Time (1 and 2) - Maximum of
45 seconds.
AWAY Exit Delay Time - Maximum of 60 seconds.
Burglar Alarm Cutoff Time - Four minutes minimum for household BA/FA and 15 minutes for
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commercial burglar alarm and police station connected burglar alarm system.
Fire Cutoff Time - minimum of five (5) minutes.
Communicator Enable - Local or police station
connected burglar alarm installations: The communicator must be enabled.
Days Between Comm. Tests - Commercial installations: automatic test performed every 24 hours.
Time Between Dial Attempts - UL certified accounts: no more than 45 seconds between attempts.
Dial Type - Will not be programmed for foreign
pulse.
Dial Attempts Before Shutdown - Five dial attempts minimum, ten dial attempts maximum.
Arming/Disarming Reports - This function will
be enabled by programming report codes.
Low Battery Reporting - This function will be enabled by programming a report code for Grade
A Local Burglar, Grade A Police Connected, and
Grade B and C Central Station Burglar installations.
Two Button/Double Press Arming - These functions will be disabled. Four digit passcodes will
be used.
Enable Force Arming - This function will be disabled.
Enable Bypassing - This function will be disabled.
Burglar Alarm Output - Will be programmed to
STEADY.
Fire Alarm Output - Will be programmed to TEMPORAL.
UL REQUIREMENTS
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Burglar Loop Audible Lockout - This function will
be disabled.
Enable Bell Test Upon Arming - This function will
be enabled for Grade A Local Central Station
Connected installations.
Enable Keypad Sounder for BA Zones - The system will have an audible alarm output upon
alarm.
Auto-Arming - This function will be disabled.
Burglar zones will not be programmed as Verifying or Self-Verifying.
RF User Devices must be assigned to User
Passcodes 1 - 30.
UL Notes About Zone Planning
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Burglar Loops - Will be defined as Alarm on
Open/Alarm on Short.
Fire, Holdup, and Auxiliary Emergency Zones Will not be defined as bypassable.
Special Functions/Alarms - Burglar zones will
have an audible output.
Medical Emergency - At least one Control Station will be used as part of the system.
UL Notes About RF Devices
For UL Burglary and Home Health Care installations
with wireless devices, an output programmed as
“Audible Trouble” is required. This output will be
silenced with an OFF + passcode, but will reactivate
for 5 seconds at 4 hour intervals if a wireless device
has a low battery or a wireless point has been tampered.
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ZX440F Operating Instructions
Refer to the ZX440F Installation/Programming Manual for more information, Part # 64812853.
NORMAL STANDBY CONDITION
•Keypad displays “A1 READY TO ARM”
•All switches are “UP”
•Integral sounder and keypad sounder are silent
TROUBLE CONDITION
•Keypad displays “A1 READY TO ARM” plus
any trouble conditions
•Any trouble conditions will be annunciated
on the LCD display along with “OFF TO
SILENCE”
•Integral sounder sounds a steady
signal and the keypad sounder sounds a
fast, intermittent signal
ALARM CONDITION
•Keypad displays either “FIRE ALARM”,
“HOLDUP ALARM”, “MEDICAL/AUXILLARY ALARM”
or a combination of these and “OFF TO SILENCE”
is also displayed
•Keypad sounder sounds a slow intermittent signal
•Indicating circuits are ON
TROUBLE SILENCED
•Press the “OFF CANCEL” button once and
enter the 4 digit passcode
•The sounder will then turn OFF, but the
trouble message will remain on the screen
until the trouble is no longer present
ALARM SILENCE
•Press the “OFF CANCEL” button once and
enter the 4 digit passcode
•The keypad will display “A1 READY TO ARM”, “BELL
1 SILENCED”, and/or “BELL 2 SILENCED”
•To restore the bells to normal condition, press “7”
followed by the 4 digit passcode
SUPERVISORY ALARM SIGNAL
•Integral sounder sounds a steady signal
and the keypad sounder sounds a slow,
intermittent signal.
•Keypad displays “SUPERVISORY ALRM”
•Indicating circuits are NOT activated
RESET SMOKE OPERATED
•Initiating circuit power removed (smoke detectors reset)
•System restored to normal unless initiating devices are
NOT reset
SUPERVISORY TROUBLE SIGNAL
•Integral sounder sounds a steady
signal and the keypad sounder
sounds a fast, intermittent signal
•Keypad displays “SUPERVISORY TRBL”
•Indicating circuits are not activated
FIRE ALARM BELL DISCONNECT SWITCH
(For Maintenance Use Only)
•Disconnects local zone alarms from indicating
circuits
•Keypad will indicate “BELL FAULT, OFF TO
SILENCE”
•Integral sounder sounds a steady signal and the
keypad sounder sounds a fast, intermittent signal
The following applies to Household Fire Warning Systems only:
TESTING - In a Household Fire Warning System, Test Monthly. Disconnect the AC power source
during testing. If, after testing, a low battery condition exists, replace the batteries.
“This equipment should be installed in accordance with the National Fire Protection Association’s
Standard 72 (NFPA, Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02269). Printed information describing
proper installation, operation, testing, maintenance, evacuation planning and repair service is to
be provided with this equipment.”
WARNING:
Owner’s instruction notice: “Not to be removed by anyone except occupant.”
FOR SERVICE CONTACT:
A Product of Sentrol 1510 Tate Blvd. SE, Hickory, NC 28603 • Sales 800-547-2556 • Technical Service 800-800-2027
Remove this page, frame and mount adjacent to control unit.
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FCC Compliance
Part 68 Notification
You should notify the telephone company if this
equipment is removed from the premises and the
telephone jack is no longer needed.
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the Federal Communications Commissions (FCC) rules. All
connections to the telephone network must be made
through standard telephone company plugs and
jacks, RJ-31X or equivalent, in such a manner as to
allow for easy and immediate disconnection of the
equipment. If the connecting cord is unplugged
from the jack there shall be no interference to the
telephone equipment still connected to the telephone network.
Part 15 Notification
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a residential environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
The FCC registration number and Ringer Equivalence
Number (REN) can be found printed on the wiring
connection label located inside the Control Box Enclosure. If requested, provide this information to
your telephone company. The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices that may be connected to your telephone line and still have all of
those devices ring when your number is called. In
most, but not all areas, the sum of the RENs of all
devices should not exceed five (5.0).
In the unlikely event that the equipment should ever
fail to operate properly, it should be disconnected
from the telephone jack to determine if the problem is with the telephone network or with the equipment. If a problem is found with the equipment,
leave disconnected until it is repaired or replaced.
• Reorient or locate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment
and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experience radio/TV technician for help.
In the unlikely event that the equipment should ever
cause harm to the telephone network, the telephone
company may temporarily discontinue your service.
If possible, they will notify you in advance. However, if advance notice isn’t practical, the telephone
company may temporarily discontinue service without prior notification. In the case of temporary discontinuance, the telephone company shall promptly
notify the telephone subscriber who will be given
the opportunity to correct the situation. The customer also has the right to bring a complaint to the
FCC if he feels the disconnection is not warranted.
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void
the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Canadian Notice
The Canadian Department of Communications label identifies certified equipment. This certification
means that the equipment meets certain telecommunications network protective, operational and
safety requirements. The Department does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction. Before installing this equipment, users
should ensure that it is permissible to be connected
to the facilities of the local telecommunications com
Your telephone company may make changes in its
facilities, equipment, operations, or procedures that
could affect the proper operation of your equipment.
If they do, you will be given advance notice so as to
give you an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted
service.
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pany. The equipment must also be installed using
an acceptable method of connection. In some cases,
the company’s inside wiring associated with a single
line individual service may be extended by means
of a certified connector assembly (telephone extension cord). The customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions may not prevent
degradation of service in some situations. Repairs
to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility designated
by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by
the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company
cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment. Users should ensure for their own protection
that the electrical ground connections of the power
utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water
pipe system, if present, are connected together. This
precaution may be particularly important in rural areas.
Limitations
CAUTION: Users should not attempt to make
such connections themselves, but should contact
the appropriate electric inspection authority, or
electrician, as appropriate.
No part of this publication may be reproduced,
stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any
form, or by any means - electronic, mechanical,
photocopying, recording, or otherwise without the
prior written permission of the manufacturer. The
material in this publication is for information purposes and subject to change without notice. The
manufacturer assumes no responsibility for any errors which may appear in this publication. Printed
in USA
The ZX440F is part of a system designed to warn
against unauthorized entry or of other situations.
However, it is not a guarantee of protection against
the occurrence of those events. Any alarm system is
subject to compromise or failure to warn for various
reasons. Unauthorized access can be gained through
unprotected points or by disarming or bypassing
protected points. Sensing devices are power driven
and will not operate without power. Telephone lines
over which alarm signals are transmitted may be out
of service or rendered inoperable by an intruder.
Smoke detectors have limitations and cannot detect
all types of fires, or sense smoke which is out of the
effective range of the detector.
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The LOAD NUMBER (LN) assigned to each terminal
device denotes the percentage of the total load to
be connected to a telephone loop which is used by
the device, to prevent overloading. The termination on a loop may consist of any combination of
devices subject only to the requirement that the total of the Load Numbers of all the devices does not
exceed 100. The LOAD NUMBER for the system is 2.
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SPECIAL NOTE referencing use of the
word “Fire” in this manual.
Use of this control for fire detection and/or annunciation may not be permitted by certain states, counties, municipalities, or local jurisdiction. It is the responsibility of the installing alarm company to check
with their local AHJ (Authority Having Jurisdiction)
or State Fire Marshal’s office prior to using this control for fire detection.
This equipment is a Class B Digital apparatus which
complies with the radio interference regulations, CRC
c. 1374.
This Product is Listed by
UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES INC.
and Bears the Mark:
See Page 36 for listing information
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Sentrol reserves the right
to change specifications
without notice.
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PO Box 2904, 1510 Tate Blvd. SE
Hickory, NC 28603
Tel.: 503.692.4052 Fax: 503.691.7566
SENTROL
©1998 Sentrol
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Technical Service: 800.800.2027
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