Eden HA2000 Specifications
HA2000
HA2000Y
Wirefree Alarm System
20 Zones
Installation & Operating Manual
Introduction and Overview CONGRATULATIONS, you have just passed to
the next higher level of protection, the one for
your home and its belongings against violation
and theft. Although an alarm system does not
constitute a full guarantee against those threats, it
provides a clear discouraging aspect.
The EDEN HA2000 alarm system was created
according to the following principles:
- Easy installation:
The system can be installed by anyone. It does
not require any specific technical knowledge on
alarms.
No need for any special tools.
- Easy use:
The system is set on and off via a remote control,
by simply pressing on a button.
- Flexibility:
or annoyances for yourself or your neighborhood.
We advice you to read carefully this
manual before starting any installation and
to follow the installation instructions by
order, with all the parts on a table.
WARRANTY
This product (except for the batteries) has a 4
years warranty for the parts and workmanship.
Contact our assistance hotline according to your
country (shown at the end of the manual) to
confirm the origin and reason of the malfunctions.
IMPORTANT:
Except for the HA2000E deporting siren and the
HA2000K radio digit-code, HA2000 is not
intended for outdoor use and should not be
exposed to bad weather. Not respecting this rule
will invalidate the applicable warranty for each of
the parts concerned.
The EDEN HA2000 system can be adapted
according to your needs.
You just need to add extra detectors where you
need them. It is completely changeable and
allows you to use deporting, internal or external
sirens and those from a phone alert transmission
system.
The possibility of turning off one or several zones
corresponding to some detectors allows you to
protect unoccupied areas (garage, ground floor,
office, garden house, etc.) when you are present
in your house.
- Built-in power supply:
All parts of the system are supplied with two years
lifetime batteries; the system can be installed in a
place where 220V power supply is not available.
- Easy to move when relocating:
If necessary, the system can be dismantled easily
and be installed in your new home.
- Reliability:
All parts of the EDEN HA2000 system undergo
high quality controls so as to ensure the security
of your home for many years.
Each part has undergone a serious ratification by
the Telecommunication Regulation Authority
(ART) and works on a ratified frequency
(868,63MHz), perfectly secured (coding set by the
factory with more than 16 million of possibilities),
which does not represent any risk of interferences
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Kit Contents I.
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1 x PIR Detector HA2000P
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1 x Keypad HA2000K
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1 x RTC Dialler HA2000RTC
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Extra Fixing pack
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Batteries
HA2000 The Alarm System HA2000 should contain the
following components:
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1 x LCD Control Panel (20 Zones)
1 x PIR Detector HA2000P
1 x Door Contact HA2000M
1 x Remote Control HA2000R
3.6V ½ AA Size
Lithium battery
for Door Contact
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Installation & Operating Manual
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Fixing pack
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1*3 V CR2032 Lithium
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Batteries
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HA2000Y The Alarm Sustem HA2000Y should contain the
same elements as the kit HA2000 and these
elements in addition:
1.5 V D Size
Alkaline battery
for Control panel
and External
siren
3V CR2032
Lithium Cell for
Remote control
3.6 V AA Size
Lithium battery
for PIR detector
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PLANNING OF THE
INSTALLATION
As there is no wiring work, a wireless alarm
system is especially easy to installed.
Easy to make any modification also, as it will be
very easy to move a detector in order to put it at a
more efficient location, if necessary.
For that reason, you do not need to worry about a
perfect installation before use.
Before any installation, it is important to evaluate
carefully the intrusion risks within your house, and
particularly the external openings. This will allow
you to define the best locations and the number of
infrared or magnetic detectors, the need to install
a deporting siren, a phone alert transmitter, etc.
Even if the EDEN HA2000 system allows you to
manage up to 20 accessories, keep in mind that it
is not necessary to protect all the rooms in your
house: it is important to protect the main
entrances or those that have more risks of an
intrusion, as well as rooms where passage is
mandatory (hall, access corridor), and those
where there are the most valuable objects.
Each home has its own orientation, and the figure
below is only for your reference.
A magnetic detector with a HA2000M opening
protects the entrance window and door.
We have protected the living room, where there
are a stereo, TV, video recorder, etc, with a
HA2000P infrared detector as well as the
bedroom and the garage.
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The main alarm was placed in the hall. Generally,
it should be put in a central area of the house and
not visible from the windows.
current screen and returning to the
previous screen etc.
6. “OK” Key
The HA2000E outdoor flash-siren warns
immediately the neighborhood in case of
triggering the alarms. The HA2000I internal radio
siren allows not only to protect the main alarm
(silence mode) but also to deafen the thieves or
burglars. The phone alert transmitter will be in
charge of calling people further away. This one
must be put nearby a telephone line, only for the
HA2000RTC.
When the owners are in the house, it is possible
thanks to the selective setting function (partial) to
only keep active the detectors placed in the
unoccupied areas.
Application Overview I. Identifying the parts To confirm the keyed-in data or confirm
the selection.
7.
Key
To enter the Programming mode.
8. “ * “ Key: Not used
II. The Power Supply The Control Panel features completely wire-free
operation and uses four alkaline D cells. The
battery-life is estimated for 2 years or more.
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Battery Insertion:
The easiest way to get to know the system
and get it up and running quickly is to get
all
the
devices
and
accessories
programmed on a tabletop before locating
and mounting them.
Remove the Wall Mounting Bracket.
1. Backlit LCD Display
2. Numeric keys
3.
“S” Key
4.
“T” Key
The battery compartment is a large box in the
Control Panel with a lid secured with 1 screw.
In Programming mode or in Users menu,
press these keys to move the cursor
and scroll the display upwards or
downwards.
5.
Key
In Programming mode or Users menu,
use this key for deleting a digit,
canceling the selection, aborting the
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beep. “Alarm On” will be displayed on
the first line of the screen indicating the
system is in Away mode (this is the
default mode)
Step 3. Press “ 0 “ key on the keypad, the display
will show.
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Step 4. Key in the remaining “000” (default PIN
code) within 10 sec.
Step 5. Press “OK”. You will hear 2 short beeps
and the display will show.
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The system is now in Disarmed mode.
<NOTE> z Remove the screw as shown and take off
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In Step 4, press “
clear the code field.
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“OK” key confirming the entered PIN
code should be pressed within 10 sec.
Otherwise, the display will go blank and
the system remains armed.
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During entering PIN code, if more than
20 keys (including “OK” & “
“ key)
were pressed without a valid PIN code
strings, it will inhibit further key presses
for 1 minute.
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If no key is pressed within 10 seconds,
the LCD will go blank and the system
stays in alarm off mode.
the compartment lid.
z Insert the D (LR20) cell alkaline batteries
provided into the battery compartment,
taking care to put the batteries in the
right way around.
z Press the “RESET BUTTON” once for 3
seconds.
z The unit will display in English “Press ok
key, Select Language” please press on
the Ok Key then you must chose the
language you want to use from the 5
languages displayed (English, Français,
Nederlands, Deutsh and Español).
z A long beep will sound and the front
display will show “Alarm On” for a while.
z Enter the factory default User1 PIN code
“0000” and press “OK” to disarm the
Control Panel
z Replace the battery compartment with
the screw taking care not to over tighten
z Close the lid and tighten the large lid
fixing screw with a coin.
“ (cancel) key will
III. Getting Started Step 1. Find a suitable location for the Control
Panel to be installed.
Step 2. Insert the batteries. You will hear a long
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following items can be selected.
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Configuring your system I. Entering Programming mode The Programming mode is for you to configure
the system.
If the system is in Disarmed “Alarm off” mode, to
enter the Programming mode, follow the steps
below.
Step 1. Press “
” key.
∇ the screen will prompt you to enter the
Master PIN code.
Step 3. Press “OK”
∇ The following message is displayed for
2 sec.
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S e l e c t I o n
<NOTE> )
During keying in the PIN code, press “
“ will clear the code field. If the code
field is empty, press “
“, the screen
will exit and return to “Alarm off”
screen.
Step 4. Then the Programming Main menu will be
displayed.
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T e s t
G e n . S e t t I n g s
<NOTE> )
The cursor is indicated by a flashing
underline found under the first character.
It can be moved up & down by pressing
”S “& “T” key respectively.
Step 5. Press ” S “ ,”T “to move the cursor
downwards or upwards. The screen is
also scrolled down or up respectively. The
Gen. Settings.
Devices +/-
Step 6. After making a selection by moving the
cursor to the desired item, press “OK” to
confirm the selection. The display will
show you the individual programming
screen accordingly.
<NOTE> )
Pressing “
“, the screen will return to
“Alarm off” screen.
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After Master code is programmed with
new numbers, remember to enter the
newly
programmed
codes
when
accessing
Programming
mode
afterwards.
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In Programming mode, if no key is
pressed within 10 minutes, the Control
Panel
will
automatically
exit
Programming mode to “Alarm Off” mode
and the LCD will go blank.
P - M o d e
E n t e r
M - C o d e
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Step 2. Key in “0000” (default “Master” PIN
code) within 10 sec.
Walk Test
II. General Settings In “General Settings” menu, the following
parameters can be programmed at your
discretion.
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1. User PIN codes
z There are 4 user PIN codes that can be activated
and programmed for use. They are “User1”,
“User2”, “Cleaner” and “Temp” codes.
z “User1” is used to regularly arm/disarm the sytem
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z “User2” is used to regularly arm and disarm the
system.
z The “Cleaner” code can only be used to Away
Step 5. Follow the same steps to program and
activate User2, Cleaner and the Temp
PIN codes respectively.
<NOTE> arm the system.
z The “Temp” code will only disarm and Away arm
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the system once. When away arming, the system
will automatically erase the code.
z Each PIN code consists of 4 digits and only User1
PIN code is activated with “0000” as factory
default. Before you set your own PIN Code,
“0000” has to be keyed in every time “Entering
PIN code” is required.
z To Activate & Deactivate User PIN codes
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z To set your own PIN code
Step 1. Move the cursor to the item “User PIN
Codes” then press “OK” the following
screen is displayed.
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“User1”, “User2”, “Cleaner” and
“Temp” codes have to be different.
When identical codes are selected, the
LCD will display a message “PIN in use,
select another!” to prompt the user to
choose a different code.
Each PIN code except “User1” can be
enabled/disabled at your discretion by
pressing the “
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Use the “T”,”S” keys to select the
code number for deactivation and
activation.
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Press the “
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The display will toggle from enabled:
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U s e r 2
The “o” displayed next to “User1”
indicates only “User1” is activated with
“0000” factory default.
U s e r 2
The “x” displayed next to “User2”,
“Cleaner” and “Temp” indicates the
codes are disabled and can’t be
activated before a new PIN code have
been programmed for each of them.
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( o ) 1 1 1 1
The original PIN code resumes and
is displayed with a (o) indicating it is
in use.
<NOTE> Step 4. The screen will return to the previous
screen where the new code will be
shown. Setting the User1 PIN code is
completed.
( x )
Pressing the “ ” key again, the
display toggles from disabled back
to enabled:
U s e r 2
Step 3. You can key in your preferred 4-digit
number then press “OK”
Pressing “
“ will clear the code field.
“ while the code field is
Pressing “
empty, the screen will return to “General
Settings” screen, the original PIN Code
is retained.
( o ) 1 1 1 1
And the “User2”
available for use.
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<NOTE> ” key.
to disabled:
Step 2. Use the arrow keys to select “User1”and
press “OK”
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User1 PIN code cannot be deactivated.
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Attempt to activate the “User2”,
“Temp”, or “Cleaner” codes before they
are programmed is prevented by a
prompt message “No code exist!” and
you are requested to enter a new code
for it.
When “User2”, “Cleaner” and “Temp”
codes are disabled, their codes retain
unless they are re-programmed again.
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2. Master PIN code
z Master PIN code is used for accessing the
programming mode and it is set to “0000” as
factory default. Before you set your own Master
PIN code, “0000” has to be keyed in every time it
is required.
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Use “S”,“T” keys to switch between
options.
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Press “OK” to confirm.
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10 sec. is set as factory default.
<NOTE> )
z To set your Master PIN code
Step 1. Use the arrow keys to select “Master PIN
code” and press “OK”
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C o d e
. . . .
Step 2. You can key in your preferred 4-digit
number and then press “OK”
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If the code is correct, the screen returns
to “General Setting” menu, setting the
Master PIN code is completed.
<NOTE> )
If the code is not correct, a “Code is not
correct” prompt message will be
displayed 2 sec., and you are requested
to repeat Step 3 to enter again.
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It is recommended to set “Master PIN
code” different from the rest user codes,
where one responsible person has
programming access only, however, it
can be the same as one of the user code
for easier use.
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NOTE> When entering the following individual setting
screens, the value displayed on the screen or the
option that the cursor underlined is the current
setting of each item.
Entry Delay time applies only to the zone
that a Door Contact or PIR Detector is
installed and is set to “Entry”.
4. Exit Time
This is for you to select the Exit Delay time.
Options available are 0 sec., 10 sec., 20 sec. up
to 70 sec. in 10-sec increments.
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Step 3. You are prompted to re-enter the same
code again and press “OK”
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Use “S”,“T” keys to switch between
options.
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Press “OK” to confirm.
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10 sec. is set as factory default.
5. Alarm Length
This is for you to select the period of time that the
built-in siren will sound when an alarm is
activated. You can choose from 1 min. to 10 min.
in 1-min increments.
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Use “S”,“T” keys to switch between
options.
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Press “OK” to confirm.
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3 minutes is set as factory default.
6. C.U. Siren
This is for you to decide whether the built-in siren
will sound or not when an alarm is activated.
If it is not necessary to change the current setting,
just press “
“ to escape.
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3. Entry Time
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Press “S”,” T” keys to select the option.
This is for you to select the Entry Delay time.
Options available are 0 sec., 10 sec., 20 sec., up
to 70 sec. in 10-sec increments.
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Press “OK” to confirm.
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“C.U. Siren On” is set as factory default.
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7. C.U. Tamper
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This is for you to decide whether to enable or
disable the Control Panel Tamper protection.
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“Chime Low” is set as factory default.
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T a m p e r
O n
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Press “S”,” T” keys to select the option.
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Press “OK” to confirm.
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“C.U. Tamper Off” is set as factory default.
<NOTE> )
Remember to enable the Tamper
protection after all the programming and
installations are completed.
8. Exit Sound
This is for you to select between high and low
audible volume for the warning beeps during the
Exit Delay period.
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11.Interference
This is for you to switch on/off the interference
detection function.
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When the interference detection is switched
on, interference will be detected if it is
present for 30 seconds or longer.
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When the interference detection is switched
off, the Control Panel will not respond at all to
interference.
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L o w
H i g h
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Press “S”,” T” keys to select the option.
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Press “OK” to confirm
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“Exit Sound Low” is set as factory default.
If “Chime Low” or “Chime High” is
selected, when an “Entry” Door Contact
or PIR is triggered while the system is in
Disarmed mode, the Control Panel will
sound the Door Chime.
D e t e c t
D e t e c t
O n
O f f
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Press “S”,” T” keys to select the option.
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Press “OK” to confirm
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“Int. Detect Off” is set as factory default.
<NOTE> 9. Entry Sound
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This is for you to select between high and low
audible volume for the warning beeps during the
Entry Delay period.
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E n t r y
S o u n d
S o u n d
L o w
H i g h
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Press “S”,” T” keys to select the option.
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Press “OK” to confirm.
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“Entry Sound Low” is set as factory default.
12. Warning Beep
This is for you to turn on and off the system fault
warning beep. The Warning Beep is a periodic
warning tone given by the Control Panel to draw
user’s attention in the event of a system fault
being active.
10. Door Chime
This is for you to turn on and off the door chime in
the Control panel and select the volume between
high and low volume.
C h i m e
C h i m e
C h i m e
L o w
H i g h
O f f
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Press “S”,” T” keys to select the option.
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Press “OK” to confirm
“Int. Detect On” will enable the Control
Panel to treat interference as a fault
when in Disarmed mode or Home mode.
When Away armed, the Control Panel will
produce a full alarm once only.
W a r n i n g
W a r n i n g
B e e p
B e e p
O n
O f f
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Press “S”,” T” keys to select the option.
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Press “OK” to confirm
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“Warning Beep On” is set as factory default.
<NOTE> )
If “Warning Beep On” is set, when the
system is in Disarmed mode, the Control
Panel will sound a short beep every 30
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sec. in case any fault condition persists.
13. Language
Choose the language as you would like for the
control panel.
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Press “S”,” T” keys to select the option.
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Press “OK” to confirm.
III. Add/ Delete Device If “Devices +/-“ is selected in Programming Main
menu, the “Device +/-“ menu is displayed. From
here you can add or delete devices and edit
devices zone names.
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HA2000R Remote Controller - RC
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HA2000K Remote Keypad ---- KP
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HA2000SOS Help Watch ---- HW
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HA2000PB Panic button ---- PB
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HA2000NS Night Switch ---- NS
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HA2000WS Water detector ---- W
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HA2000M CO detector ---- CO
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HA2000GLS Glass detector ---GLS
Step 4. Press “OK” to confirm the device type
and the rest of the device programming
can continue.
<NOTE> )
When a sensor is added to the system
for the second time (without removing
first). An error message will be displayed.
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The message will be displayed for 2 sec.
then the screen return to Step 1. screen
to wait for the signal from another device.
1. Adding Devices
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Step 1. To learn in a sensor, move the cursor to
the position “Add Device”, then press
“OK”, a prompting message is
displayed.
Pressing “
“ key will abort the
procedure and will not learn-in the
device.
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Depending the type of the device,
different screens will then be displayed
accordingly for further configuration
purpose.
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Step 2. Press the test button on the sensor or any
button on the Remote Controller.
Step 3. If a signal is detected, the screen will
show you the type of the device on the
top line.
D o o r
C o n t a c t
D e t e c t e d
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<NOTE> )
Device Display Nomenclature The devices are displayed with and without
names, depending on mode and if names have
been entered or not, throughout the menus and
especially where there are zone lists.
The
meanings of the display components are shown in
an example below:
Zone number
Device type
Zone type
and attribute
The categories of devices are listed as
followings:
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HA2000M Open Contact ---- DC
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HA2000P PIR detector ---- PIR
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HA2000S Smoke detector ---- SD
Hall
Name, if programmed
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The PIR detector is in zone 3, programmed for burglar
mode with an Instant attribute and is named “Hall”.
Remote Controller HA2000R The Remote Controller is used to remotely arm or
disarm the system, activate the panic alarm, and put the
system in the "HOME" mode.
z Identifying the parts
1. BUTTON
Pressing this button will put the system into the
Armed mode.
2. BUTTON
Pressing this button for 3 seconds will trigger the
panic alarm regardless of whether the system is
Armed, Disarmed or Home.
3. BUTTON
Pressing this button will put the system into the
Home mode.
4. BUTTON
Pressing this button will put the system into the
Disarmed mode. If the alarm is sounding,
pressing this button will stop the alarm.
5. TX INDICATOR
6. BATTERY COMPARTMENT
z TX Indicator
When any of these four buttons is pressed, TX
LED will on. Please hold the button until the TX
LED is off to indicate the Remote Controller
has successfully sent out a signal to the Main
Unit.
<NOTE> )
On pressing of Panic button, the TX LED
will first flash for three seconds then stay
on to indicate a successful transmission.
z Battery
The Remote Controller uses one “CR2032” 3V
230 mAh Lithium battery as its power source.
Battery life is over 2 years in a normal
domestic environment.
The low battery status will be sent to the
Control Panel along with regular signal
transmission, and, the Control Panel will
display the status accordingly.
z Getting Started
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Remove the battery cover by using a coin to
turn counter-clockwise.
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Insert the battery as shown in diagram, with
unmarked side (negative) of the battery
facing down.
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Replace the battery cover – secure the cover
by using a coin to turn clockwise.
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The Control Panel is already into “Device +/“ menu and then select “Add Device” menu.
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Press any buttons on the Remote Controller.
For a Remote Controller, no option needs to be
selected, the Control Panel automatically
assigned it to work in Personal Attack mode.
<NOTE> )
“P” for Personal Attack
Controller
Remote
Control Panel will give a Personal Attack
alarm when the panic button is pressed
for more than 2 seconds.
StepC5. After the detected Remote Controller is
confirmed, the screen will change to:
E n t e r
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N A M E
. . . . . . . . . . . . . + O K
StepC6. You are now invited to give a name or
location description to the device to help
understand system events. You can
enter up to 12 digits as you please for the
name followed by “OK” or just press
“OK “ for no name. Please see section
“Device Naming” for details.
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The example screen represents the
Remote Controller is installed in zone 3
and it is a “Personal Attack” Remote
Controller.
z Device Naming
Detectors can be given names and location
descriptions to help understand system events.
The devices can be named when first installing
them or by editing them afterwards, the procedure
is similar for both situations.
When the “Enter zone NAME”, “Enter zone
name” screen is displayed, the keypad can
be used to enter text, similar to “texting”
with a mobile telephone.
z
The keys have the following functions When
z
the “ ” key is pressed the upper and lower
case characters will toggle and will be
indicated by either a upper or lower case
“NAME” or “name” in the top line of the
screen.
When the name is complete, press “OK” to
confirm and return to the previous or main
menu.
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<NOTE> )
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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The name can be erased by clearing the
display by entering backward spaces and
pressing “OK”.
1
ABC2(abc2)
DEF3(def3)
GHI4(ghi4)
JKL5(jkl5)
MNO6(mno6
)
PQRS7(pqrs7
)
TUV8(tuv8)
WXYZ9(wxy
z9)
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StepC7.
/&.’,
Upper or
lower case
selection
Forward
S
space
Backward
T
space
Delete
4 character and
backspace
StepC8. Press “OK”, adding a Remote Controller
is now completed, screen returns to the
“Device +/-“ menu.
<NOTE> )
Zone number is automatically assigned
by the Control Panel.
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Press “ “, all the learning/setting
processes having done will be ignored,
the screen returns to “Device+/-“ menu.
Open contact HA2000M The Open Contact is used to detect the opening and
closing of doors and windows. Typically the Open
Contact is fixed to the doorframe and the actuating
magnet is fixed to the door. When the door opens, the
magnet is moved away from the Open Contact and an
internal magnetic switch is activated causing the Open
Contact to transmit an alarm.
The Open Contact can monitor a doorway for open or
closed status and notify you of an open door when you
wish to arm your system. It can also alert you to signal
communication problems and low battery situations.
The Door Contact consists of a two-part design made
up of a cover and base. The cover contains all the
electronics and the base provides a means of fixing. A
PCB tamper switch protects the enclosure from being
opened or being removed from the mounting surface.
z Identifying the parts
Remove the cover by loosening the bottom fixing
screw, the inside of the Door Contact will be revealed
as shown.
After the programming has been
finished, the display will show you the
successfully added device with all its
setting requesting your final confirmaiton:
R C
Z o n e 0 3
P
I n s t a l l
( O K ? )
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When the Open Contact is in Low battery
condition, every time the Open Contact is
activated (door opened or door closed), the
LED will light.
z
When the cover is opened and the tamper
switch is violated, the LED will light.
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When the tamper condition persists, every
time the Open Contact is activated, the LED
will light.
1. LED indicator
2. Learn / Test button
This button is used for testing the radio
performance and for learning purpose.
3. Tamper Switch
The Tamper Switch protects the enclosure from
being opened or being removed from the
mounting surface.
4. Extension Terminal
In addition to the built-in magnet switch, you can
connect an additional “extension magnet switch”
or any device with N,C. (Normally Closed) dry
contact to this 2-pin terminal for installation
convenience.
5. Test / Normal Mode Jumper
(JP1)
This jumper is used to put the Open Contact in a
Test mode.
If the jumper is ON (the jumper is
inserted connecting the two pins), the
Open Contact is in Test mode.
If the jumper is OFF (if the jumper is
removed or “parked” on one pin), the
Open Contact is in Normal mode.
(Factory Default)
However, if the Open Contact is in Test mode, the
LED will flash every time it is activated.
z Battery
The Open Contact uses one 1/2 AA, 3.6V Lithium
battery as its power source. The Open Contact will
have a typical battery life of over 3 years at an average
of 50 activations a day. Please note to always replace
battery with the correct size and voltage.
Low battery detection operates at a threshold of 3.2V
±5 % where the Open Contact has enough reserve
power to typically operate for 1 month before complete
exhaustion. When Open Contact is in low battery, the
LED will flash and a low battery signal will be sent to
the Control Panel along with regular signal
transmissions for the Control Panel to display the
status accordingly.
z Supervisory Signal
z
After installation, the Open Contact will
automatically transmit Supervisory Signals
periodically to the Control Panel at intervals
of 30 min to 50 min randomly.
z
If the Control Panel has not received the
signal from the Open Contact for a preset
period time, the Control Panel will indicate it
on its display to show that particular Open
Contact is experiencing an out-of-signal
problem.
6. Internal Magnet Switch Bypass
Jumper Switch. (JP2)
This 2-pin jumper switch is to select whether the
internal magnet switch is being used.
If the jumper is ON (the jumper link is
inserted connecting the two pins), the
internal magnet switch is bypass. Only
the device connected to the Extension Terminal
will activate the Open Contact.
If the jumper is OFF (if the jumper link
is removed or “parked” on one pin), the
internal magnet Switch is in use.
(Factory Default)
z LED Indicator
In Normal operation mode, the LED indicator will not
light except in the following situations:
z Getting Started
z
Remove the fixing screw and cover assembly
z
Insert the “1/2 AA” battery into the battery
holder taking care to connect the polarity
correctly.
z
The LED indicator will flash briefly, then,
wait for 10 seconds.
z
The Control Panel is already into into
“Device +/-“ menu and then select “Add
Device” menu.
z
Press the test buttons inside the Open
Contact.
For an Open Contact, you can further specify how
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programmed).
it will work in different modes.
StepA5. After the detected Open Contact is
confirmed, you are requested to choose
between “Burglar”, “Home Omit”,
“Entry”, “Home Delay”, “24 Hour” and
“Fire” device mode.
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“B” for Burglar Open Contact
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When the system is in Arm mode or
Home mode, if a “Burglar” Open
Contact is triggered, a “Burglar Alarm”
will be activated immediately.
z
When the system is in Armed mode or
Home mode and the Control Panel is
counting down the Entry Delay, if a
“Burglar” Open Contact is triggered, the
Control Panel will not respond.
z
During the Exit Delay period, if a
“Burglar” Open Contact is triggered, the
Control Panel will not respond.
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“O” for Home Omit Door Contact
z
When the system is in Home mode, if a
“Home Omit” Open Contact is triggered,
the Control Panel does not respond.
z
When the system is in Arm mode, if a
“Home Omit” Open Contact is triggered,
the Control Panel will respond with a
“Burglar Alarm”.
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“E” for Entry Door Contact
z
If the Open Contact has been set to
“Entry” and triggered when the system
is in Arm mode or Home mode, the
Control Panel will start an entry period to
give enough time to disarm the system.
z
After the delay period has expired and no
correct PIN code entered, the Control
Panel will respond with a “Burglar
Alarm”.
z
If the Open Contact has been set to
“Entry” and triggered when the system
is in Disarmed mode, the Control Panel
will sound a ding-dong Chime (if
)
“D” for Home Delay Open Contact
z
When the system is in Arm mode, if a
“Home Delay” Open Contact is
triggered, a “Burglar Alarm” will be
generated immediately.
z
When the system is in Home mode, if a
“Home Delay” Open Contact is
triggered, the Control Panel will start an
entry period to give enough time to
disarm the system.
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“H” for 24 Hour Open Contact
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The “24 Hour” Open Contact is active all
the time and does not have to be armed
or disarmed.
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“F” for Fire Open Contact
The “Fire” Open Contact is active all the
time and does not have to be armed or
disarmed.
StepA6. Make a selection and press “OK”. The
screen will then prompt you to select the
Instant attribute if the selected device
mode supports the option.
I n s t a n t
I n s t a n t
O f f
O n
<NOTE> )
“I” for Instant Open Contact
z
When the “Instant” attribute is set to
“On”, the Control Panel will start an
alarm instantly when Open Contact is
triggered in Away arm entry period.
z
Where the “Instant” attribute is attached
to a “Home Delay” Open Contact, then:
z
In Home mode, Home Delay function will
override the “Instant” attribute. That is,
during Entry period in Home mode, the
activation of the Open Contact is ignored.
z
However, in Arm mode Entry period, the
activation of the Open Contact will trigger
the alarm immediately.
z
When the “Instant” attribute is set to
“Off”, the Open Contact activation will
be ignored in the entry period.
z
Instant attribute option is available with
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“Burglar”, “Home Omit”& “Home
Delay” device mode, but not available
with “Entry” device mode. While “24
Hour”, “Fire” device mode are assignd
to have Instant attribute by nature.
StepA7. Make a selection and press “OK”. The
screen will change to:
E n t e r
z o n e
N A M E
. . . . . . . . . . . . . + O K
StepA8. You are now invited to give a name or
location description to the device to help
understand system events. You can
enter up to 12 digits as you please for the
name followed by “OK” or just press
“OK” for no name. Please see section
“Device Naming” for details.
StepA9. After the name programming has been
finished, the display will show you the
successfully added device with all its
setting requesting your final confirmation:
D C
Z o n e 0 1
B I
I n s t a l l
( O K ? )
flat surface or in a corner situation with a triangular
bracket for corner mounting.
Provision for a tamper switch that will be activated
when the cover is detached from the base prevents
unauthorized access and removal from the mounting
surface. The PIR can also alert you to signal
communication problems and low battery situations.
The PIR is designed to give a typical detection range of
12 meters when mounted at 2 meters above ground.
z Identifying the parts.
7. Test Button aka LED indicator
It is the test button and also doubles as the LED
indicator. The test button is used for testing the
radio performance and for learning purpose. The
LED indicator is used to indicate the status of
system.
8. Tamper Switch
The Tamper switch protects the enclosure from
being opened.
9. Battery Insulator
10. Corner mounting bracket
The example screen represents the
Open Contact is installed in zone 1 and it
is a “Burglar” Door Contact with an
Instant attribute.
Step A10. Press “OK”, adding a Open Contact is
now completed, screen returns to the
“Device +/-“ menu.
<NOTE> )
Zone number is automatically assigned
by the Control Panel.
)
Press “
“, all the learning/setting
processes having done will be ignored,
the screen returns to “Device+/-“ menu.
PIR Detector HA2000P With Digitalized Adaptive Signal Processor (DASP)
algorithm enables this PIR to pick up movements
within an assigned area and signals the Control Panel
to activate the alarm if an intruder crosses its’ path of
detection.
The PIR consists of a two-part design made up of a
cover and a base. The cover contains all the electronics
and optics and the base provides a means of fixing.
The base has knockouts to allow mounting on either a
z Supervision Function
When the PIR is in Normal operation mode it
will conduct a Self-test randomly by transmitting
a supervisory signal once between every 20
minutes to 50 minutes
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If the Control Panel doesn’t receive the
Supervisory signals transmitted from a certain
PIR, an “Out-Of-Order” fault message will be
generated.
z Sleep Timer
The PIR has a “sleep time” of approximately 1
minute to conserve power. After transmitting a
detected movement, the PIR will not retransmit
for 1 minute; any further movement detected
during this sleep period will extend the sleep
time by another minute. In this way continuous
movement in front of a PIR will not unduly
exhaust the battery.
z Test mode
The PIR can be put into Test mode by pressing
the Test Button aka LED on the front cover. In
Test mode, it will disable the sleep timer and will
enable the LED indicator to flash every time a
movement is detected. Each time press the Test
Button, the PIR will transmit a test signal to the
Control Panel for radio range test and enter the
test mode for 3 mins. It will exit Test Mode
automatically after 3 mins and returns to normal
mode.
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transmissions for the Control Panel to
display the status accordingly.
For each installation, the battery is installed
in by the factory before shipment with an
Insulator inserted.
z Getting Started
z
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z
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Pull out the battery Insulator steadily.
The LED indicator steadily flashes for 30
seconds. (The PIR is warming up). During
the warming period, the PIR will not be
activated. It is recommended that you stay
away from the detection area during this
time. After the warming period is over, the
light will turn off and the PIR will be ready
for operation.
The Control Panel is already into “Device
+/-“ menu and then select “Add Device”
menu.
Press the test buttons on the front cover.
Step B5. After the detected PIR Detector is
confirmed, you are requested to choose
between “Burglar”, “Home Omit”,
“Entry”, “Home Delay” device mode.
B
H
E
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z LED Indicator
In Normal operation mode, the LED Indicator
will not light except in the following situations:
z When the PIR is in low battery condition,
every time it transmits a detected
movement, the LED will light up for about
2 seconds.
z When the cover is opened and the tamper
switch is violated, the LED will light up for
2 sec. to indicate it is transmitting the
“Tamper” signal.
z When the Tamper condition persists, every
time it transmits a detected movement, the
LED will light up.
However, if the PIR is in Test mode, the LED
will light up every time a movement is detected.
z Battery
z
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The PIR uses one 3.6 V Lithium battery as
its power source. The PIR will have a
typical battery life of 5 years at an average
of 20 activations a day.
Low battery detection operates at a
threshold of 3.2V+/-2.4% where the PIR has
enough reserve energy to typically operate
for 1 month before complete exhaustion. A
low battery signal will be sent to the Control
Panel
along
with
regular
signal
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PIR Detector in these 4 different device
modes, please refer to the Note section
following Step A5 for adding Door
Contact.
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“B” for Burglar PIR Detector
“O” for Home Omit PIR Detector
“E” for Entry PIR Detector
“D” for Home Delay PIR Detector
StepB6. Make a selection and press “OK”. The
screen will then prompt you to select the
Instant attribute if the selected device
mode supports the option.
I n s t a n t
I n s t a n t
O f f
O n
<NOTE> For detailed functional descriptions of
PIR Detector with or without the Instant
attribute, please refer to the Note section
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following Step A6 for adding the Door
Contact.
)
Control Panel will give a Personal Attack
alarm when the button is pressed for
more than 2 seconds.
StepB7. Make a selection and press “OK”. The
screen will change to:
E n t e r
z o n e
N A M E
. . . . . . . . . . . . . + O K
StepB8. You are now invited to give a name or
location description to the device to help
understand system events. You can
enter up to 12 digits as you please for the
name followed by “OK” or just press
“OK” for no name. Please see section
“Device Naming” for details.
StepB9. After the name programming has been
finished, the display will show you the
successfully added device with all its
setting requesting your final confirmaiton:
P I R
Z o n e 0 2
O
I n s t a l l
( O k ? )
The example screen represents the PIR
Detector is installed in zone 2 and it is a
“Home Omit” PIR Detector.
“P” for Personal Attack Help Watch
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“M” for Medical Help Watch
Control Panel will give a Fire alarm when
the button is pressed for more than 2
seconds.
StepD6. Make a selection and press “OK”. The
screen will change to:
E n t e r
z o n e
N A M E
. . . . . . . . . . . . . + O K
Step D7. You are now invited to give a name or
location description to the device to help
understand system events. You can
enter up to 12 digits as you please for the
name followed by “OK” or just press
“OK” for no name. Please see section
“Device Naming” for details.
StepD8.
StepB10. Press “OK”, adding a PIR Detector is
now completed, screen returns to the
“Device +/-“ menu.
After the programming has been
finished, the display will show you the
successfully added device with all its
setting requesting your final confirmaiton:
H W
Z o n e 0 4
P
I n s t a l l
( O k ? )
<NOTE> )
Zone number is automatically assigned
by the Control Panel.
The example screen represents the Help
Watch is installed in zone 4 and it is a
“Personal Attack” Help Watch.
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Press “
“, all the learning/setting
processes having done will be ignored,
the screen returns to “Device +/-“
Step D9. Press “OK”, adding a Help Watch is
now completed, screen returns to the
“Device +/-“ menu.
menu.
Fixed Panic Button
Help Watch
The Help Watch is learnt-in by pressing the button
on the top of it for more than 2sec.. You can
further specify how it will work in 2 different
modes.
StepD5. After the detected Help Watch is
confirmed, you are requested to choose
between
“Personal
Attack”
or
“Medical” device mode.
P e r s o n a l
M e d i c a l
<NOTE> The FP Button is learnt-in by pressing the button
for at least 2 seconds. You can further specify
how it will work in 2 different modes.
Step E5. After the detected Panic Button is
confirmed, you are requested to choose
between
“Personal
Attack”
or
“Medical” device mode.
P e r s o n a l
M e d i c a l
A t t a c k
A t t a c k
<NOTE> )
“P” for Personal Attack Panic Button
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Control Panel will give a Personal Attack
alarm when the Panic Button is pressed
for more than 2 seconds.
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<NOTE> )
“M” for Medical Button
E n t e r
z o n e
N A M E
. . . . . . . . . . . . . + O K
Step E7. You are now invited to give a name or
location description to the device to help
understand system events. You can
enter up to 12 digits as you please for the
name followed by “OK” or just press
“OK” for no name. Please see section
“Device Naming” for details.
StepE8.
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When the Internal Alarm detector is
activated, only the Control Panel will
sound alarm and the External Siren does
not respond.
Control Panel will give a Medical alarm
when the Panic Button is pressed for
more than 2 seconds.
StepE6. Make a selection and press “OK”. The
screen will change to:
“IA” for Internal Alarm
Detector/Water Detector
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“EA” for External Alarm
Detector/Water Detector
CO
When the External Alarm detector is
activated, both the Control Panel and the
External Siren (if available) will sound
alarm together.
StepF6. Make a selection and press “OK”. The
screen will change to:
E n t e r
z o n e
N A M E
. . . . . . . . . . . . . + O K
P B
Z o n e 0 5
M
I n s t a l l
( O K ? )
Step F7. You are now invited to give a name or
location description to the device to help
understand system events. You can
enter up to 12 digits as you please for the
name followed by “OK” or just press
“OK” for no name. Please see section
“Device Naming” for details.
The example screen represents the
Fixed Panic Button is installed in zone 5
and it is a “Fire” Fixed Panic Button.
StepF8. After the programming has been finished,
the display will show you the successfully
added device with all its setting
requesting your final confirmaiton:
After the programming has been
finished, the display will show you the
successfully added device with all its
setting requesting your final confirmation:
Step E9. Press “OK”, adding a Help Watch is
now completed, screen returns to the
“Device +/-“ menu.
C O
Z o n e 0 6
I A
I n s t a l l
( O k ? )
Carbon Monoxide Detector & Water
The example screen represents the CO
Detector is installed in zone 6 and it is an
“Internal” Alarm CO Detector.
Detector
The CO Detector is learnt-in simply by pressing
the button while the Water Detector is learnt-in by
shorting the sensor probes and pressing the
internal learn button immediately within the 3second beeping. Afterwards, you can further
specify how they will work in 2 different device
modes.
Step F5. After the detected device is confirmed,
you are requested to choose between
“Internal Alarm” or “External Alarm”
mode.
I n t e r n a l
E x t e r n a l
A l a r m
A l a r m
Step F9. Press “OK”, adding a CO Detector or
Water Detector is now completed, screen
returns to the “Device+/-“ menu.
Smoke Detector & Remote Keypad
For Smoke Detector and Remote Keypad, no
further option needs to be specified, hence after
the zone name programming has been finished,
the following screen is displayed.
S D
Z o n e 0 8
F
I n s t a l l
( O k ? )
Press “OK” to confirm, adding a device is now
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completed.
Remote Keypad is not assigned to any
mode
<NOTE> )
Smoke
Detector
is
assigned to Fire mode
automatically
Device Mode by Alarms
Type of Device Mode
Arm Home Instant
Delayed Chime
Mode Mode
(I)
Burglar (B)
Detector supervised in
Arm and Home mode
√ √
√
Home Omit (O)
Detector not supervised in
Home mode
√ √
√
Entry (E)
Detector delayed in Arm
and Home mode. Chiming
in disarmed mode *
Home Delay (D)
Detector delayed only in
Home mode
24 Hour (H)
Detector supervised
24h/24h
Fire (F)
Detector supervised
24h/24
√ √
√
√
√
√ √ √ (f)
√ √ √ (f)
Personal Attack (P)
√ √ √ (f)
Medical (M)
√ √ √ (f)
Int (IA) or Ext (EA) Alarm
√ √ √ (f)
√
Alarm definitions by Device
mode
Sirens (Ext, Int and Control panel)
strong and swept sound with
Burglar message for dialler and
Control Panel
Sirens (Ext, Int and Control panel)
strong and swept sound with
Burglar message for dialler and
Control Panel
Sirens (Ext, Int and Control panel)
strong and swept sound with
Burglar message for dialler and
Control Panel
Sirens (Ext, Int and Control panel)
strong and swept sound with
Burglar message for dialler and
Control Panel
Sirens (Ext, Int and Control panel)
strong and swept sound with
Burglar message for dialler and
Control Panel
Sirens (Ext, Int and Control panel)
strong and swept sound by
alternance with Fire message for
dialler and Control Panel
Sirens (Ext, Int and Control panel)
strong and swept sound with
Personal Attack message for dialler
and Control Panel
Sirens (Ext, Int and Control panel)
strong and swept sound with
Medical message for dialler and
Control Panel
Beeps on the Control Panel and/or
the others Sirens strong and swept
sound by alternance.
Accessorises
HA2000P
HA2000M
HA2000P
HA2000M
HA2000P
HA2000M
HA2000P
HA2000M
HA2000M
HA2000M
HA2000S
HA2000R
HA2000PB
HA2000SOS
HA2000SOS
HA2000PB
HA2000CO
HA2000WS
*Chime mode should be selected into the Mode programmation
(f) Cannot be modified. Mode Instant fixed
2. Edit Device
To alter or rename detectors that have already been
installed, choose “Edit Device” in the “Device +/-“
menu. The display will show:
S T A R T
T
Step 1. The device to be edited can be selected
with the “T”,”S” keys where all the
zones with the sensor types and names
are listed in the order of zone number.
R C
Z o n e 0 1
P
J o h n . . . . . . . .
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D C
P I R
Z o n e 0 2 B
H a l l . . . . . . . .
Z o n e 0 3
O I
. . . . . . . . . . . .
Step 2. Press “OK” when the required device is
found. The display will prompt you to
reconfirm.
Step 3. Press “OK”.
z
z
R C
Z o n e 0 1
P
J o h n . . . . . . . .
D C
Z o n e 0 2
B
H a l l . . . . . . . .
P I R
Z o n e 0 3
O I
. . . . . . . . . . . .
<NOTE> )
If the end of the display is encountered
then the screen will display:
A list of options will be displayed to
choose, followed by the device naming
screen menu.
If no options are available for the device,
the device naming menu will be
displayed.
Step4. When the desired changes have been
done , press “OK” to confirm, the screen
will return to the previous list.
S
E N D
Step 2. Press “OK” when the required device is
found. The following prompt message
will be displayed for you to reconfirm.
P I R
<NOTE> )
)
If “Edit Device” menu is chosen while
no device has been installed, the display
will show “No device available” for 2
sec. and return to the “Device +/- “
menu.
if the end of the display is encountered
then the screen will display:
S
E N D
)
Press “
“ anytime to exit if you do not
want to make any edition and the screen
will return to the previous list.
Z o n e 0 3
R e m o v e
O I
( O k ? )
Step 3. Press “OK”. Deleting a device is now
completed. The screen returns to
previous device list.
<NOTE>
)
If the selected sensor/zone is not what
you want to delete, press “
“ to exit,
the device list is again displayed for you
to make another selection.
)
If “Remove Device” menu is chosen
while no device has been installed, the
display will show “No device available”
for 2 sec. and return to the “Device +/- “
menu.
3.Remove Devices
4. Program Siren
Adding a device a second time is prohibited unless it is
removed from the system first. To delete a device,
choose “Remove Device” in the “Device +/-“ menu.
The display will show:
If an outdoor Bell Box, Auto Dialler or Universal
Receiver etc. is to be included in the system, it should
be programmed first by the Control Panel, so that the
Control Panel can communicate with these auxiliary
devices.
S T A R T
T
Step 1. Use “S”, “T” keys to scroll the display.
All the used zones with the device names
are listed in order of the zone number.
To program the Bell Box, select “Program Siren” in
the “Device +/-“ menu.
L e a r n
S i r e n
S i r e n
S i r e n
A / T
O n
A / T
O f f
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C o n f i r m
C o n f i r m
O n
O f f
z Siren A/T On, Siren A/T Off
The Siren tamper switch can be enabled and
disabled remotely.
z Add Siren
z
If there is any detector or Remote
Controller has been added already,
Step 1. Put the Siren into learn mode (Refer to
Siren Operational Manual).
Step 2. Move the cursor to the position “Learn
Siren”.
Step 3. Press “OK”.
Step 4. The Control Panel will then sound a long
beep and transmit Learning code to the
Bell Box. The Bell Box should respond
by activating its siren & strobe light
momentarily.
)
After the Siren is added in, every time
pressing a PIN code & followed by “OK”
key will result in the Control Panel
transmitting signal to the Bell Box. The
signal transmission is indicated by the
display running out of the screen and
back. During this period, key pressing is
prohibited.
)
Adding the Auto Dialer…etc. in the
system follows the same procedures as
adding in the Bell Box. Please refer to
each relative operation manual.
z
If there is no other detector or Remote
Controller being added first, the following
message will be displayed in Step 3.
P l e a s e
a d d
o n e
d e v i c e
The message will be displayed for 2 sec.
then the screen returns to “Device +/-“
menu. You are requested to add a
detector or Remote Controller first then
you can try programming Bell Box again.
z
Enable the Siren tamper switch by
selecting “Siren A/T On” and press
“OK”.
)
The
Siren
tamper
disable
will
automatically revert to “On” after about
an hour if not switched back.
z Confirm On, Confirm Off
The Siren can be enabled for arming and
disarming confirmation where beeps are
emitted from the Siren to validate that the
system has been armed and disarmed.
<NOTE> If the siren does not respond, make sure
that the Siren is in learn mode and repeat
the steps again.
Disable the Siren tamper switch by
selecting “Siren A/T Off” and press
“OK”.
<NOTE> Step 5. Place the Bell Box out of Learn mode.
Adding the siren is completed.
)
z
z
Disable the Siren Confirmation by
selecting “Confirmation Off” and press
“OK”.
z
Enable the Siren Confirmation by
selecting “Confirmation On” and press
“OK”.
z Delete Siren
To delete Siren, put the Control Panel into
the Program Siren menu. The Siren can be
removed by pressing 1 and 3 keys
simultaneously or by pressing 4 and 6 keys
simultaneously.
A prompt message
“!!Remove BX!!” will be displayed and a
long beep will sound to indicate that Siren
deletion is completed.
IV. Walk Test This feature is available in the User and
Programming menus and operates in an identical
manner.
z
When “Walk Test” is selected, the following
message is displayed.
*
z
W a l k
T e s t
*
Pressing the test button on the sensor or any
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button on the Remote Controller or triggering
the sensor, if the Control Panel received the
signal, it will sound a high volume door chime
and the display will show you which sensor
with its description is reacting.
P I R
z
Z o n e 0 2
B
H A L L
D O O R
The message will be displayed until replaced
by
another
test
signal,
with
an
acknowledgement high volume chime.
The Control Panel is battery powered, to conserve the
battery power and to prolong the battery life, the
Control Panel is put in Power Saving mode in the
following two cases.
z
In normal operation mode, after 10
seconds of key inactivity.
z
In Programming mode, after 10 minutes
of key inactivity.
In Power Saving mode, the LCD display is blank and
the keypad backlight is also turned off.
To wake up the display:
z
The list of tested devices can be viewed by
scrolling up and down with the “S”, “T”
keys.
z Exit “Walk Test”
z
To exit “Walk Test” mode, press ”
key.
z
If no test signals are received for 10
minutes in the Programming mode, the
Control Panel will exit “Walk Test” mode
and power down automatically to
conserve battery power.
z
“
If no test signals are received for 3
minutes in the User menu, the Control
Panel will exit “Walk Test” mode and
power down automatically to conserve
battery power.
<
<NOTE> )
The outdoor Bell Box can be tested by
arming & disarming the system, the Bell
Box will respond as below:
z
While the Control Panel is armed, the
strobe light will beep once and will flash
the strobe after the Exit delay period has
expired.
z
While the Control Panel is disarmed, the
siren will give two short beeps and the
strobe will flash from side to side twice.
z
Pressing any numeric key, the display
will show “Enter Code, *_ _ _ “ with the
number key entered be treated as the
first digit of the PIN code and is masked
by the “ * ” sign.
z
Pressing any other key, the display will
show Alarm off ( or Home) status or a
“Enter Code _ _ _ _ ” prompt message
is displayed to request you to enter
complete PIN code.
z
If there is any fault condition existing, any
key stroke is ignored but will result in the
fault message being displayed with a
two-tone fault sound being generated.
After the two-tone sound, normal key
pressing can be proceeded.
<NOTE> )
Further key strokes during the two-tone
sound period are ignored.
2. Entering User Menu
When the system is in Disarmed mode (Alarm off),
entering a valid user code can access the user menu,
the system can then be away armed or home armed via
this menu.
When the first numeric key is pressed, the display and
keypad light up with the following display:
E n t e r
Operation I. User Menu 1. Power Saving & Waking Up
C o d e
* _ _ _
When the complete PIN code is keyed in followed by
“OK”, within 10 sec., the first two lines of the user
menu is shown:
A w a y
H o m e
A r m
A r m
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system, it will beep once and the strobe
will flash once after the Exit Delay has
expired.
A flashing cursor will underline the first character of
the menu selected; the total menu list consists of:
A
H
W
L
w
o
a
o
a y
m e
l k
g
A r m
A r m
T e s t
These items can be scrolled through by using the
“S”, “T” keys.
II. Alarm ON Mode 1. Arming the system
If the system is in Disarmed mode, to arm the system.
Step 1. Enter your PIN code and press “OK”
within 10 seconds. The display will
show:
A
H
W
L
w
o
a
o
a y
m e
l k
g
A r m
A r m
T e s t
2. Stopping the Exit Delay
The Exit Delay can be stopped by disarming the
system.
Step 1. Press “
Step 2. The screen will ask you to enter the PIN
code. In addition, the counting down Exit
Delay is displayed on the left side of the
2nd line.
Step 3. Enter your PIN code and then press
“OK”. “Alarm off” will be displayed on
the screen and the system returns to
Disarmed mode.
<NOTE> )
The Exit Delay can also be stopped by
pressing the “Disarm” button on the
Remote Controller.
)
If the Exit Delay period times out before
the code can be entered, the system will
arm.
and the cursor stays at “ Away Arm”
Step 2. Press “OK”
3. Extend the Exit Delay
Step 3. The screen will go blank and Exit Delay
counts down from the user-defined time
setting with a series of pips.
<NOTE> )
During Exit Delay period, pressing “OK”
to wake up the display showing:
T i m e
t o
1 0 s e c
E x i t
The counting down Exit Delay is
displayed on the left side of the 2nd line.
Step 4. When the Exit Delay time is up, the
Control Panel will sound a long beep.
Now, the system is in Arm mode.
During the Exit Delay period, the delay time can be
extended by pressing the “ARM” button on the
Remote Controller and the Remote Keypad. Each time
the “ARM” button is pressed, the delay time starts
counting from the beginning.
III. Alarm off mode 1. Disarming the system
To disarm the system
If the system is in Arm mode or Home mode, enter
your PIN code and press “OK”. If the PIN code is
correct, the Control Panel will sound 2 short beeps and
return to Disarmed mode.
The screen will show.
<NOTE> )
)
“
A l a r m
The system can also be armed by using
the Remote controller or the Remote
Keypad.
If the Outdoor Bell Box is included in the
O f f
<NOTE> )
The system can be disarmed by using
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the Remote
Controller.
Keypad
or
Remote
)
2. Door Chime
If an “Entry” Door Contact or PIR Detector is
triggered, the Control Panel will sound a ding-dong
door chime, (if Door Chime function is enabled)
The Home mode allows the home to be Armed so that
no one can get inside without first disarming the
system, yet the person already inside the house can
move freely without self triggering the alarm.
1. Entering the Home mode
To put the system into the HOME mode:
Step 1. Enter your PIN code and press “OK”
within 10 seconds. The display will
show:
w
o
a
o
a y
m e
l k
g
A r m
A r m
T e s t
and the cursor stays at “ Away Arm”
Step 2. Press “T “ to move the cursor down to
select “Home Arm”.
Step 3. Press “OK”
Step 4. The following screen will be displayed.
T i m e
t o
1 0 s e c
E x i t
The counting down Exit Delay is
displayed on the left side of the 2nd line
in silence.
<NOTE> )
2. Stopping the Exit Delay
The Exit Delay can be stopped by disarming the
system.
IV. Home mode A
H
W
L
You can also put the system into the
Home mode by pressing the “Home”
button on the Remote Controller and the
Remote Keypad, however, there will be
no Exit Delay by this command.
The screen will go blank after 10 sec. but
the counting down countinues. Pressing
“OK” will pop the display up for another
10 sec..
Step 5. When the Exit Delay time is up, the
Control Panel will sound three short
beeps. The system is in Home Arm
Mode and the LCD display stays blank.
Step 1. Press “
“
Step 2. The screen will ask you to enter the PIN
code. In addition, the counting down Exit
Delay is displayed on the left side of the
2nd line.
Step 3. Enter your PIN code and then press
“OK”. “Alarm off” will be displayed on
the screen and the system returns to
Disarmed mode.
<NOTE> )
The Exit Delay can also be stopped by
pressing the “
Controller.
)
” button on the Remote
If the Exit Delay period times out before
the code can be entered, the system will
arm.
3. Extend the Exit Delay
During the Exit Delay period, the delay time can be
extended by pressing the “
” button on the Remote
Controller and the Remote Keypad. Each time the
” button is pressed, the delay time starts counting
“
from the beginning.
V. Alarm Activation 1. Away Arm Mode
z If any of the sensors are triggered, the Control
Panel will activate the alarm.
z If an “Entry” Door Contact or PIR Detector is
triggered, the alarm will sound providing the Entry
Delay has expired.
z If other sensors are triggered, the alarm will be
activated immediately.
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z During the Entry Delay period, if a sensor with
Instant attribute is triggered, the Control Panel will
activate the alarm immediately, otherwise the
control Panel will not respond.
2. Disarmed Mode
attribute is triggered again, the Control
Panel will activate the alarm immediately.
z
If “Home Delay” Door Contact or PIR is
triggered, the Control Panel will ignore it.
z
If a Door Contact or PIR with Non-Instant
attribute is triggered, the Control Panel
also ignores it.
z In the DISARMED mode; if a 24Hour alarm, Fire
alarm, Personal Attack alarm, and Tamper alarm is
triggered, the Control Panel will activate the alarm
immediately.
z If any sensors other than the above are triggered,
z Dual-Key Alarm Activation:
z
A Personal Attack alarm can be triggered
at the Control Panel by pressing keys 1
and 3 simultaneously for 2 seconds.
the Control Panel will not respond.
z If an “Entry” Door Contact or PIR Detector is
triggered, the Control Panel will sound a dingdong door chime, ( if Door Chime function is
enabled)
z Dual-Key Alarm Activation:
z
z
Personal Attack Alarm:
Fire Alarm:
A Fire alarm can be triggered at the
Control Panel by pressing keys 4 and 6
simultaneously for 2 seconds.
4. Alarm Definition
Fire Alarm:
1. An alarm condition where the Control Panel,
External Siren are activated in concert, where
a burglar message is transmitted (if AutoDialer is available)
“Burglar Alarm”
Medical Alarm:
2. The Control Panel will sound swept frequency
alarm tone in high volume.
A Medical alarm can be triggered at the
Control Panel by pressing keys 7 and 9
simultaneously for 2 seconds.
“Fire Alarm”
3. Home Mode
z If a “Burglar” Door Contact or PIR Detector is
triggered, the alarm will sound immediately.
z If a “Home Omit” Door Contact or PIR Detector
is triggered, the Control Panel will not respond.
z If an “Entry” Door Contact or PIR Detector is
triggered, the Control Panel will activate the alarm
providing the Entry Delay has expired.
z If a “Home Delay” Door Contact or PIR Sensor is
triggered, the Control Panel will activate the alarm
providing the Entry Delay has expired.
z If the 24 HR, Fire alarm, Personal Attack Alarm
device is triggered, the Control Panel will activate
the alarm immediately.
During Entry Delay period,
z
z
A Personal Attack alarm can be triggered
at the Control Panel by pressing keys 1
and 3 simultaneously for 2 seconds.
A Fire alarm can be triggered at the
Control Panel by pressing keys 4 and 6
simultaneously for 2 seconds.
z
Personal Attack Alarm:
If a Door Contact or PIR with instant
1. An alarm condition where the Control Panel,
External Siren are activated in concert, where
a Fire message is transmitted (if Auto-Dialer is
available)
2. The Control Panel will sound pulsed fire alarm
output in high volume.
“Personal Attack Alarm”
1. An alarm condition where the Control Panel,
External Siren are activated in concert, where
a Personal Attack message is transmitted (if
Auto-Dialer is available)
2. The Control Panel will sound swept frequency
alarm tone in high volume.
3. This alarm can’t be silenced by the Remote
Controller.
“Internal Alarm”
1. An alarm condition where only the Control
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will show the source of the alarm:
Panel is sounded.
2. The Control Panel will sound swept frequency
alarm tone in high volume.
A l a r m e d b y P I R
Z 0 1
. . . . . . . . . . . .
“Water Alarm”
The sensor which triggers the alarm is
displayed on the top line while its zone
number and name (if entered) are
displayed on the second line.
1. There are two types of Water Alarm:
z For Internal Alarm Water Detector--an alarm
condition where the Control Panel is activated.
z For External Alarm Water Detector-- An alarm
condition where the Control Panel, External Siren
are activated in concert
2. The Control Panel will sound pulsed 4 highpitched beeps in high volume.
<NOTE> )
When any alarm is triggered while the
Control Panel is in low battery condition,
the Control Panel will sound a broken
swept frequency alarm tone in high
volume to further remind the user to
replace the battery.
<NOTE> )
All sensors displayed are abbriviated
whereas “C.U.” stands for “Control
Unit”.
Step 3. Press “OK”, the display will be cleared
and replaced with “Alarm Off”.
<NOTE> )
Panic Alarm must be silenced at the
Control Panel. This is to prevent the
Remote Controller from being snatched
from the user and silence the alarm using
the Disarm button.
VI. Stop the Alarm and Alarm Display 2. Alarm memory
During any alarm except “Fire” alarm, the Control
Panel will sound its siren while the LCD remains
blank.
z When you come back and disarm the system by
During a “Fire” alarm, the Control Panel will not only
sound its siren but also show the following display
automatically:
F I R E !
F I R E !
1. Stopping the Alarm
During an alarm, to stop the siren and clear
display:
Step 1. Key in your PIN code, and then press
“OK”.
<NOTE> )
If an alarm was raised without being silenced
during your absence:
entering your PIN code followed by “OK”, the
Control Panel will sound 5 beeps instead of 2
beeps with LCD display showing the source of the
alarm. You are requested to press “OK” to clear
the alarm display.
z When you disarm the system by a Remote
Controller or Remote Keypad, the Control Panel
will also sound 5 beeps to alert the user that an
alarm has been occurred.
z When the system is in Disarmed mode and the
screen is blank, press any key on the Control
Panel, the memorized alarm events will be
displayed. You are requested to press “OK” to
clear the alarm display first before you can
proceed.
<NOTE> if you press any key other than the first
digit of your PIN code, the screen will
prompt you to enter your PIN code.
Step 2. If the PIN code is correct, then the alarm
sounding will be stopped and the display
)
The alarm event will be memorized and
be displayed unless it is cleared by
pressing “OK” key manually.
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z The Control Panel is capable of detecting
following fault events:
9 Control Panel Low Battery
9 Device Low Battery
9 Device and Control Panel Tamper
9 Interference
1. Fault Message Display
z When any fault situation persists, the Control
Panel will respond as below when it is in
Disarmed mode:
z
A warning beep will sound at every 30
seconds (if “Warning Beep On” is set).
z
When any key is pressed, the Control
Panel will sound a two-tone fault sound
and the fault message will be displayed.
z
The fault message indicates the device
type with its zone number and name and
the nature of the fault.
The fault
message alternates at 2-second intervals
with the normal “Alarm Off” message.
P I R
Z 0 5
L o w
B a t t e r y
H A L L . . . . . . . .
When any of Door Contact, PIR detector, Remote
Keypad or Control Panel is sabotaged, the Control
Panel will respond as below:
z When the system is in Disarmed mode, the
Control Panel will generate an Internal alarm
where the Control Panel will sound its internal
siren, not activate its External Siren, Bell Box or
Auto Dialer ..etc.
z When the system is in Away arm or Home mode, a
burglar alarm will be generated where the Control
Panel will activate its internal siren, External
Siren, Bell Box, Auto Dialer…etc.
z After the alarm, if the tamper condition persists, a
Tamper fault message together with the two-tone
fault sound will be generated every time the
Control Panel is accessed. The warning beep will
also be produced every 30 seconds.
z When the tamper condition is remedied, the fault
display will be cleared automatically or when the
tamper condition persists, entering and then
exiting the Programming mode once will also
clear the tamper display and warning.
<NOTE> )
Alternating with:
A l a r m
O f f
z If more than one faulty situation persists,
individual fault message will be displayed
sequentially at 2-sec intervals.
z The fault display will be cleared automatically
when the fault has been remedied. If not, the
display will be shown every time a key is pressed.
Remember to enable the Control Panel
Tamper during normal operation to
ensure that the Control Panel is
protected from sabotage.
3. Interference
If the “Int. Detect On” is set in Programming mode,
interference will be detected if it is present for more
than 30 sec. The Control Panel will respond as below:
z When the system is in Disarm mode, the Control
z Keying in the user codes while the fault display is
Panel will sound a warning beep every 30 sec. and
the Interference fault message will be displayed
when the Control Panel is accessed.
shown will allow arming and disarming of the
system.
z When the system is in Away arm mode, the
<NOTE> )
)
Control Panel will give an Internal alarm where
the Control Panel will sound its internal siren only.
Even when the fault message is cleared,
the fault event is still retained in the
“Log”.
<NOTE> Any key stroke during the two-tone
warning sound is ignored.
z When the system is in Home mode, the Control
2. Device Tamper
)
Interference alarm will be activated only
once even if the interference persists.
Panel gives a warning beep every 30 seconds. If
the Control Panel is accessed by pressing “OK”
key, the following message will be displayed:
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“Tamp” means Tamper where “Rest”. is
short for restore.
H o m e
I n t e r f e r e n c e
4. Device Low Battery
When a device low battery condition is detected, the
Control Panel only sounds a warning beep every 30
seconds and displays a fault message when it is
accessed in Disarm mode.
L B .
R e s t o r e
H A L L
P I R
Z 0 2
T a m p .
R e s t .
K I T C H E N
VIIII. Walk Test <NOTE> )
D C
Z 0 1
If the Control Panel Low Battery is
detected, the alarm sound becomes
broken to further remind the user that the
battery needs replacement.
This feature is also available in the Programming menu
and operates in an identical manner except in this user
menu, when no key is pressed within 3 minutes, the
Control Panel will automatically exit User menu to
Alarm Off mode and the LCD will go blank.
VIII. Alarm Log The alarm log memorises the last 20 system events
including
Installation 9 All Alarm Events
I.
9 All Fault Warning Events
9 All Arming And Disarming Events
z The logged events are displayed in reversed
chorological order, (most recent event first).
z The log is marked with a “Start” label before the
most recent entry and “End” after the oldest entry.
z When the Control Panel is armed, only the device
initiating the alarm will be logged.
z To View Log:
Step 1. Key in the user code and press “OK”.
Step 2. Press the “T” key repeatedly to select
“Log” and then press “OK” and the start
of the log will be displayed.
S T A R T
T
How to install the Control Panel The easiest way to get to know the system
and get it up and running quickly is to get
all
the
devices
and
accessories
programmed on a tabletop before locating
and mounting them.
The Control Panel can be mounted on the wall or
wherever desired. Ensure the Control Panel is fitted at
approximately chest height where the display can be
easily seen and the keypad convenient to operate.
z
Using the 2 holes of the Wall Mounting
Bracket as a template, mark off the holes’
positions.
z
Drill 2 holes and fix the screws & plugs
provided.
z
Hook the CONTROL PANEL unit onto the
Wall Mounting Bracket (holding the unit with
the front facing you).
Step 3. The log can now be scrolled up and
down and viewed with the “S”, “T”
keys; the most recent event will be at the
start.
Step 4. An example of logged event is given
below; where “DC” stands for Door
Contact, “LB” is short for low battery,
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z Mounting Method
z
Enable the Control Panel Tamper protection
in the Programming mode under General
Setting’s menu after all the programming and
installations are completed.
II.
PIR detector HA2000P After the PIR is learnt-in, put the Control Panel into
“Walk Test” mode, hold the PIR in the desired
location, and press the Test button to confirm this
location is within signal range of the Control Panel.
When you are satisfied that the PIR work in the chosen
location, you can proceed with installation.
z Limitations
z
z
The PIR is designed to be mounted on either
a flat surface or in a corner situation with
fixing screws and plugs provided.
z
The base has knockouts, where the plastic is
thinner, for mounting purpose. Four
knockouts are for surface fixing and four
knockouts are for corner fixing as shown in
the picture.
z
For corner mounting, at user’s own dicretion,
an optional triangular bracket is provided to
add Back Tamper Protection. Mount the
triangular bracket on he wall first with the
two pointing sticks on top facing you. Then,
you can just fit the PIR onto the hooks of the
triangular bracket or screw the PIR onto it.
z Surface mounting:
Step1. Remove the fixing screw and cover
assembly.
Step 2. Break through the appropriate knockouts
on the base.
Do not position a PIR to look directly at a
door protected by a Door Contact, this could
cause the Door Contact and PIR radio signals
to be transmitted at the same instant when
entering, canceling each other out.
Step 3. Using the holes as a template, drill holes
in the surface.
z
Do not install the PIR completely exposed to
direct sunlight.
Step 5. Screw the base into the wall plugs.
z
Avoid installing the PIR in areas where
devices may cause rapid change of
temperature in the detection area, i.e. air
conditioner, heaters, etc.
z
Avoid large obstacles in the detection area.
z
Not pointing directly at sources of heat e.g.
Fires or boilers, and not above radiators.
z
Avoid moving objects in the detection area
i.e. curtain, wall hanging etc.
But It is recommended to install the PIR in the
following locations:
z
In a position such that an intruder would
normally move across the PIR’s field of view.
z
Between 2 and 2.5m above ground for best
performance.
z
In a corner to give the widest view.
z
Where its field of view will not be obstructed
e.g. by curtains, ornaments etc.
Step 4. Insert the wall plugs if fixing it into plaster
or brick.
Step 6. Screw the cover back onto its base.
z Corner mounting:
Step 1. Break through the two knockouts on the
triangular bracket.
Step 2. Using the two holes as a template, drill
holes in the surface of the corner
Step 3. Insert the wall plugs
Step 4. Screw the triangular bracket into the wall
plugs with the two pointing sticks on top
facing you.
Step 5. Fit the PIR onto the hooks of the
triangular bracket
Step 6. If necessary, open the PIR by removing
the fixing screw and cover assembly
Step 7. Break through the appropriate corner
fixing knockouts.
Step 8. Using the corner fixing knockouts as a
template, drill holes in the surface in the
corner again
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Step 9. Insert the wall plugs if fixing it into plaster
or brick.
Step 10. Screw the base into the wall plugs
Step 11. Screw the cover back onto its base
degreaser.
Step 2. Remove the protective covering from one
side of the double-sided adhesive pad
and firmly apply to the back of the
device.
Step 3. Next remove the other cover and firmly
press the item onto the desired location.
<NOTE> )
Do not use the adhesive pad method of
installation on a surface with peeling or
cracked paint, or on a rough surface.
z
Screw mounting
The Base has two knockouts, where the plastic is
thinner, for mounting purpose.
To mount the Open Contact
Step 1. Remove the cover
Step 2. Break through the knockouts on the base
Step 3. Using the holes as a template, drill holes
in the surface
Step 4. Insert the wall plugs if fixing into plaster
or brick
Step 5. Screw the base into the wall plugs
Step 6. Screw the cover back on to its base
z Installation
z
Decide on the location of the PIR and if it is
to be corner or surface mounted.
z
After the installation
Windowssite is selected, follow
the steps described above to mount the PIR.
z
Press the Test Button to enter Test Mode.
Walk around the protected area noting when
the LED lights up and check that the
detection coverage is adequate.
z
When detection coverage is found to be
satisfying, installation is now completed.
III.
Door/
Open Contact HA2000M z Mounting Methods
There are two ways to mount the Open Contact, by
either Self-adhesive installation or Screw mounting.
z
Self adhesive mounting
Step 1. Clean
the
surface
with
a
suitable
z Installation
Step 1. Ensure the Test/Normal mode jumper
switch is in “ON” position. This is to
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enable the LED indicator to flash every
time the Door Contact is operated.
Contact remotely.
z
More than one window and door can be
protected by a Open Contact using the
additional magnet and extension magnet
switch. The switches must be wired to the
auxiliary terminal block as shown:
z
Any device with N.C. (Normally Closed) dry
contact, such as broken glass detectector,
Smoke Sensor, gas detector, water leabag
detector etc, can be connected to the
“Extension Terminal” Making the Open
Contact served as an “Universal Transmit”.
Step 2. Fit the base on the door frame using
either the double sided adhesive pad or
the screws provided.
Step 3. Fit the magnet on the door using the
small double sided adhesive pad or the
screws provided. Aligning the magnet by
the arrow as shown.
< N
NOTE >
> )
The magnet should not be more than 30
mm from the detector when the door is
closed.
)
Ensure the tamper switch spring is
positioned so that it makes contact with
the mounting surface through the tamper
switch aperture.
)
Windows can be protected in a similar
way to doors. When fitting to a window
fix the magnet to the moving part and the
door switch to the frame.
Step 4. Fix the Cover assembly on its base and
secure with the screw.
Step 5. Test the Door Contact by opening and
closing the door or window when the
Control Panel is in “Walk Test” mode.
The LED will flash every time the door is
opened or closed.
Step 6. Remove the Cover assembly; put the
TEST / NORMAL jumper (JP1) in the
normal ‘Off’ position. Screw the Cover
assembly back onto its base.
Step 7. Installation is now completed.
<NOTE> )
Ensure the TEST / NORMAL jumper is in
the normal “Off” position when testing is
finished.
z Using the Extension Terminal.
The Extension Terminal is provided to enhance
installation flexibility and to serve a wider range of
your meds.
The Extension terminal is most useful in the following
cases.
z
If the Open Contact cannot be mounted on
the door frame, you can connect an additional
“extension magnet switch” to the
“Extension Terminal” and mount the Open
< N
NOTE >
> )
The Extension Terminal form a closed
loop with the device connected to it.
When the Loop is opened (the device is
triggered), the Open Contact is activated.
)
The device connected to the Extension
Terminal is in series with the internal
magnet Switch. That means both of
them can work together at the same
time.
)
You
have
the
choice
to
Use
the
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Extension Terminal alone with the
internal magnet switch being bypassed
or to use both of them together.
If you choose to have both of the internal
magnetic Switch and Extension Terminal
work together, then.
z
When the protected door is being opened or
the enteral device is triggered, the Open
Contact is activated and will transmit a
violation signal
However The Open Contact will transmit a “Door
Closed” or “Restored Signal” only affer the protected
door and the violated device being restored.
Appendix I. Changing the Batteries When the Control Panel is in Low Battery condition, it
will display a low battery fault message when any key
is pressed, with a two-tone beep to remind you the
battery needs replacement.
To Change Battery:
z Release the “RESET BUTTON”
z Replace battery compartment lid and front.
<NOTE> )
Always use alkaline batteries as
replacements to ensure long service life.
II. Reset Procedure z Disable tamper protection by putting the Control
Panel into Programming Mode.
1. Control Panel User and Master
<NOTE> )
The
Programming
Mode
will
automatically quit after 10 minutes if no
keys are pressed.
z Loosen front screw with a coin and hinge front
away from base.
z Remove battery compartment screws and lid.
z Remove the old batteries.
z Insert new batteries with alkaline replacements.
Before inserting the 4th battery:
z Press and hold down the “RESET BUTTON”
(that can be found as pointed below in the picture)
and put in the 4th battery at the same time. :
Codes Reset
The Control Panel can reset all user and master codes
without resetting programmed parameters by the
following sequence:
Step 1. Disable tamper protection by putting the
Control Panel into Programming Mode.
<NOTE> )
The
Programming
Mode
will
automatically quit after 10 minutes if no
keys are pressed.
Step 2. Press the “S” key and then the “RESET
BUTTON” simultaneously.
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Step 3. Release both the “S” key and the
“RESET BUTTON” when a long beep is
heard, “Enter Code” will be displayed.
Step 4. Press the “
reset.
” key and all codes will be
Step 1. Disable tamper protection by putting the
Control Panel into Programming Mode.
<NOTE> z
If “
” key is pressed, then the unit will
revert to normal alarm on mode.
z
If more than 17 incorrect keys entered,
then the unit will revert to normal alarm on
mode.
)
The Control Panel can clear all memorized log without
resetting programmed parameters by the following
sequence:
Step 1. Disable tamper protection by putting the
Control Panel into Programming Mode.
Step 2. Press the “S” key and then the “RESET
BUTTON” simultaneously.
Step 4. Enter the following key
“STSTSTST”, OK
Step 5. Press the “
The
Programming
Mode
will
automatically quit after 10 minutes if no
keys are pressed.
Step 2. Press the “S” key and then the “RESET
BUTTON” simultaneously.
Step 3. Release both the “S” key and the
“RESET BUTTON” when a long beep is
heard, “Enter Code” will be displayed.
sequence:
Step 5. Press the “#” key to see the display
requesting you to “Enter Code”
IV.
KEYPAD HA2000K z Identifying the parts:
1. Active LED
2. Status LED
3. Fault Display LED
4. Slide Out Section
5. Arm Key
6. Home key
Step 7. All logs cleared and the display shows ”
!! Clear Log !!”.
7. Key
z
” key is pressed, then the unit will
If “
revert to normal alarm on mode.
If more than 17 incorrect keys entered,
then the unit will revert to normal alarm on
mode.
3. Reset to Factory Default Setting
“ key
If more than 17 incorrect keys entered,
then the unit will revert to normal alarm on
mode.
Step 6. Enter key 7 and 9
z
sequence:
All programmed parameters are reset to factory
default setting.
z
<NOTE> Step 4. Enter the following key
“STSTSTST”, OK
The
Programming
Mode
will
automatically quit after 10 minutes if no
keys are pressed.
Step 3. Release both the “S” key and the
“RESET BUTTON” when a long beep is
heard, “Enter Code” will be displayed.
2. Event Log Clear
)
The Control Panel can clear all programmed
parameters by the following sequence:
-to move back one step and status key
8. Disarm Key
9. # Key
10.
Key
-to enter programming menu
11. + Key
-press both 7 and 9 to trigger emergency
alarm
12. Fire Key
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-press both 4 and 6 to trigger fire alarm
13. A Key
-press both 1 and 3 to trigger panic alarm
14. Mounting Hole
z
Orange LED indicates Away Mode
z
Orange LED flash indicates Home Mode.
z
Green LED indicates Disarm Mode.
z
Green LED flash indicates failure due to the
following reasons:
15. Tamper Swtich
¾
No response sent by the control panel
within 4 seconds.
16. Numeric Key
¾
PIN code was incorrect.
¾
Request for “Home” mode during
“Arm” mode.
¾
Request for “Force” arm.
FAULT LED (Orange):
z
Orange LED on – Arm Memory
z
Orange LED flash – system failure (panel
tamper, AC fault, sensor temper, sensor out
of order, open door)
<NOTE> )
When idle, all LED’s are off. After any
key press, the Orange Active LED goes
on for 5 seconds indicating that
HA2000K is active.
)
LED 1 turns off after successful
completion of a valid keystroke
sequence, or when the pause in between
key stokes is longer than 5 seconds.
)
When the Orange LED turns off before a
valid keystroke sequence is completed,
the previous entered keys are ignored.
)
Please press and hold the button until a
short beep is displayed, which confirms
the button pressed is valid.
)
Three continuous beeps will sound
indicating the user to repeat the process
again.
z LED Indicator:
Active LED (Green/Orange):
z
Green LED indicates Test Mode.
z
Flashing green LED indicates low battery in
Test Mode.
z
Orange LED on 5 seconds indicates Normal
Mode.
z
Flashing Orange LED for 5 seconds indicates
low battery in Normal Mode.
LED Status (Green/Orange):
z Power:
z
HA2000K uses CR2450 3V 540mAH lithium
battery as its power source. Its typical battery
life is over 3 years at an average of 5
activations a day.
z
HA2000K can also detect the battery status.
If the battery voltage is low, the Active LED
will flash (Green in Test mode or Orange in
Normal mode) during operation. Low battery
signal will be sent to the Control Panel along
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with regular signal transmissions for the
Control Panel to display the status
accordingly.
z
Using the 2 mounting holes as a template,
mark off the hole positions in the most
appropriate place.
Before shipment, the battery is pre-installed
by the factory.
z
Insert the wall plugs if fixing into plaster or
brick surface.
z
Screw the HA2000K onto the wall plugs.
z
Replace the 2 slide-out sections.
z Power Saving Feature:
z
When idle, HA2000K is in “standby” mode
and uses no power. It will activate and
“wake-up” for 5 seconds when any key is
pressed.
z
After 5 seconds of key inactivity, the power
goes off and it returns to Stand-by mode.
z
Upon completion of a command input, the
power goes off and HA2000K returns to
Stand-by mode.
z Installation Procedures:
Step 1. Put HA2000K in Test mode by entering
“0000” (default PIN code), then press
“ ”. HA2000K will sound 1 long beep
and the green Active LED will turn on.
Step 2. Adding HA2000K into the Control Panel:
Put the Control panel into “Device +/-”
menu and select the “Add Devices” sub
menu.
z Test mode:
z
HA2000K can be put into Test mode by
entering the PIN code followed by “
The Green Active LED goes on.
z
To exit Test mode, press “
” twice,
HA2000K will sound a long beep and the
Active LED will turn from Green to Orange,
then HA2000K returns to Standby mode.
Otherwise, HA2000K will automatically exit
Test mode after 5 minutes and return to
Standby mode.
<NOTE> )
Test Mode is helpful to bypass HA2000K
Tamper alarm when installing, replacing
low batteries or removing to different
mount site.
)
When entering Test mode, HA2000K will
sound a long beep with Active green
LED.
)
HA2000K will stay in Wake-up status
under Test Mode.
z Tamper Protection:
z
z
HA2000K is protected against any attempt to
open the lid or to detach HA2000K from its
mounting surface.
Tamper protection is disabled when in Test
Mode.
z Mounting KP-9:
z
Press “ ” and “7” when requested.
HA2000K and Control Panel will beep.
”.
Remove the 2 slide-out sections of front
cover.
Refer to the operation manual of your
control Panel under the section of
“Device +/-” to complete the learn-in
process.
Step 3. After the HA2000K is learnt-in, put the
Control Panel into “Walk Test” mode,
hold the HA2000K in the desired
location, press the “Test” and “7” button
to confirm this location is within signal
range of the Control Panel.
<NOTE> Please press “ ” + “7” button if the
control panel doesn’t receive the signal
from HA2000K.
Step 4. When you are satisfied that the HA2000K
works in the chosen location, you can
proceed with mounting the HA2000K
following the steps described above (see
Mounting HA2000K).
Step 5. Setting the Pin Code:
Press “
“ and “6”, a long beep will be
sound.
Enter “0000” (default PIN code)
Press “”, HA2000K sounds a long beep.
Enter your new 4-digit code
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Press “#”, HA2000K sounds a long beep
” twice to exit Test mode and
Step 6. Press”
the installation is completed.
z Functions Overview:
z
z
Step 3 Continue pressing “3” until 3 short beeps
to indicate successful reset
+“
Step 4 Release “3”
”
Part Arm — Anyone of Control Panel user
”
Disarm — Anyone of Control Panel user
codes + “
z
Step 2 Press “3” while inserting the removed
battery back in
Arm — Anyone of Control Panel user codes
codes + “
z
Step 1 Remove one of the batteries and release
the tamper
”
Enter Test mode — HA2000K PIN code +
“
<NOTE> )
After reset, PIN code reverts to factory
default values, “0000”. HA2000K will
need a new learn-in process to start
functioning.
z Change of battery
”
z
Panic Alarm — “1” + “3” simultaneously
z
Fire Alarm — “4” + “6” simultaneously
z
Medical Alarm — “7” + “9” simultaneously
z Test Mode:
The Test mode enables the following functions:
z
Transmit HA2000K learn signal — “
“7”
z
Dual-key Panic Alarm Enable —“
z
Dual-key Fire Alarm Enable —“
z
Dual-key Medical Alarm Enable —“
“4”
z
Change the Pin Code –“
z
Old Pin Code + “”
z
New 4-digit Pin Code + “ # ”
z
Dual Key Disable –“
” + “5”
z
Quit Test Mode — “
”+“
z
Arm/ Home without PIN Code — “
“8”
z
Arm/ Home with PIN Code — “
”+
” + “2”
” + “3”
” +
” + “6”
Step 1 Put the Control Panel to programming
menu.
Step 2 Dismount the HA2000K, by first removing
the slide-out sections then the mounting
screws.
Step 3 Open the Keypad by loosening the 2
fixing screw located behind the
HA2000K.
Step 4 Take out the old battery and wait for 5
minutes to replace the new battery in the
battery compartment, with unmarked
(negative) side of battery facing down.
Step 5 Close the case using the rear fixing
screws.
Step 6 Screw back the HA2000K to the surface
with mounting screws, and then re-insert
the slide-outs.
Step 7 Put the Control
Programming Menu.
Panel
to
exit
”
“ +
“ + “9”
z Appendix
If you have forgotten the Pin Code or anything wrong
happened in the HA2000K, you can reset the
HA2000K to factory default and reinitialize it.
Reset to factory default:
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Alarm record
Zone
Complete the following information during installation
for future reference when adding to your system and to
assist Trouble Shooting.
Detector
Type(s)
Location
Type
of
device
mode
Final
Exit
Entry
Delay
Chime
Away
Arm
Home
Arm
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
You may make a note of your User Password and
Installer Password below.
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System Password
User 1: _______________________
User 2: _______________________
Cleaner: _______________________
Temp: _______________________
_________________________________________
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Voice Dialer Phone Numbers
Phone No. 1: ______________________________
Phone No. 2: ______________________________
Phone No. 3: ______________________________
Phone No. 4: ______________________________
Phone No. 5: ______________________________
Phone No. 6: ______________________________
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This information is confidential and should be kept
in a safe location.
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Control Panel
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Specifications:
Comun Technical Specifications
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Radio Frequency: 868.6375MHz +-2.5ppm
Modulation/ Demodulation: FM Narrow
band over 15KHz bandwidth with
temperature compensated Crystal
(VCTCXO)
Sensitivity: >105dbm @S/N +20db
Transmitting power : E.I.R.P. -8dbm +-3db
Working Radio range: 300 mtrs in free
space
Factory defined fixed code on each
accessory out of 16 777 216 codes
Working Temperature: -10°C~+45°C
Humidity rate: < 90%
Fully wireless/battery operated.
LCD Display 2 x 16 characters.
Backlight on keypad and LCD display
Can manage up to 20 wireless
accessories. means 1 detector/zone
Working mode/zone according to the type
of detector (Burglar, Home omit, , Entry,
Home delay, 24 hour, Fire,
Medical,Instant)
5 Alarms Mode (Burglar, Fire, Medical,
Panic, Technical)
Supervised detectors.
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Rolling code for remote controls and
keypads.
Fixed code for other accessories with over
16 millions possible combinations.
Silent alarm possible.
Anti jamming function, programmable.
Arm/disarm confirmation on outdoor &
indoor siren.
Doorbell function.
Keypad locking in case of multiple
erroneous codes.
Volume set up for integrated speaker
sound confirmations.
Tamper protection connectable for
maintenance.
5 different user codes (main/secondary
user, maid, temporary code)
Event log showing last 20 occurrences.
Dimensions: 265mm (L) x 180mm (W) x
65.mm (H)
Weight : g
Power by normal alkaline batteries:
4*Alkaline battery “D cell” 1.5V
Battery life: 2 years
Power adaptor connection for permanent
display (batteries in rescue)
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PIR Detector HA2000P
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Remote Control HA2000R
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4 functions: Away Arm, Home Arm,
Disarm and Panic.
Weatherproof IP44
Weak battery signal
Power : Lithium battery “CR2032” 3.0V
180 mA/H
Battery life: 3 years
Bi-color LED: Red for transmission signal
and Green for weak battery
Rolling code among 16 777 216
Combinations
Dimensions: 65mm (L) x 38mm (W) x
15.00mm (H)
Weight : 35g
Open contact HA2000M
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Weak battery detection
Supervised: random signal 30 min to 50
min
Terminal for connecting extra wired
detectors (NC loop)
Double tamper protection : back mount +
cover
LED light: Default & Test mode.
Transmitted signals: Opening, Closing,
Weak battery, Tamper, Tamper closed,
Supervision and Test Mode.
Battery life: Over 3 years assuming 50
transmissions / day. Roughly 5 years
under normal use. 1 month after weak
battery signal. Lithium battery 1/2 AA 3.6V
1000mAH
Space Tolerance against magnet : 30mm
max
Dimensions : 103mm (L)*31mm
(W)*20.5mm (H)
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Analysis by Conversion A/N (MSLT),
temperature compensation Protection
High Frequencies (magnetic and radio
interferences)
Detection range: 90° over 12 meters, 19
sectors with 9 on same line
Supervision: Random 30 min to 50 min
LED light and button: Default & Test
Mode.
Transmitted signals: Opening, Closing,
Weak battery, Tamper, Tamper closed,
Supervision and Test Mode.
White lens reflecting up à 6000 lux (solar
rays, vehicle beams…)
Double Tamper protection : rear mount +
cover
Battery life: Over 3 years assuming 50
transmissions / day. Roughly 5 years
under normal use. 1 month after weak
battery signal. Lithium battery AA 3.6V
2400mAH
Weak battery detection
Dimensions: 93mm (L)*64mm (W)*42mm
(H)
Remote keypad HA2000K
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6 functions: Away arm, Home arm,
Disarm, Medical, Fire and Panic.
LED confirming: Transmission, fault, Test
mode, Control panel status and Weak
battery
Backlit keypad
Weatherproof IP 44
Tamper protection
Power: lithium battery CR2032, 3V
220mA/H
Battery life: Over 4 years assuming 8
transmissions per day.
Rolling code among 16 777 216
Combinations
Dimensions: 122mm (L) x 93mm (W) x
25mm (H)
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Weight : 190g
Outdoor Siren / Flashlight HA2000E
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8 functions: Intrusion, Fire, arming +
disarming confirmation, weak batteries,
tamper, tamper fault, anti jamming.
Noise level: 104db @ 1m
Sound types : Bips (Arm, Disarm, Weak
battery, Tamper fault) + Siren (Intrusion &
Fire)
Flash type : 3 high power LEDs
Weak battery signal thru bips and flash
maximum Siren timing: 1/5/10 min or 1 s in
test mode
Battery life: over 3 years. 1 month after
weak battery signal.
Power : alkaline batteries 4*D 1.5V
Fixed signal factory preset from
16 777 216 combinations
Dimensions: 257mm (L)*220mm
(W)*69mm (H)
Waterproof IP44 Polycarbonate UV
resistant
French Speaking
Eden:
0033 825 560 650
Germany:
Elro:
0049 17755 24123
England:
Byron:
0845
230
1231
Website: www.chbyron.com
Guaranty
This product is guarantee 4 years except the
batteries. The first year is by standard exchange.
The 3 years left, the guarantee is for parts and
labours.
Please contact, the technical line, following your
country, to confirm the default and the guarantee
process.
France:
Eden:
0825 560 650
Web site: www.eden.fr
Holland:
Elro:
0900 208 8888
Web site: www.elro-nl.com
Belgium:
Dutch speaking
Elro:
070 2330031
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