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SERIES
XM
4140XM/51 30XM/4130XM
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
A complete VISTA T=hnioal Reference
Manual that oan unlock the full power of
the VISTA XM System is available.
See inside front cover for more
information.
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7/90
CONGRATULATIONS
and WELCOME to the VISTA XM FAMILY!
The purpose of these Installation Instructions is to give you, the installer, a brief ovemiew
of the VISTA XM system, and provide instructions for installing a basic system. For more
complete informati~ rncluding descriptions of the VISTA XM series of products, detailed
wiring diagrams and complete programming instructions, please refer to the VISTA XM
TECHNICAL REFERENCE WAL,
available fmm our Technical Support Group (call
one of the numbers listed below), or you can pick one up at your local Ademco Distribution
center.
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TABLE
1.
GENERAL
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ZONE
OF CONTENTS
lNFORMATION ........................................................................4
TYPE
DEFINITIONS
......................................................................5
!11. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
A. (ZONES) .............................................................................................................. 6
B. (Peripherals)
..............................................................................................8
AND POWERING
THE SYSTEM ..........................Io
IV.
MOUNTING
v.
SYSTEM OPERATION ............................................................................... 13
W.
SYSTEM
WI.
PROGRAMMING
COMMUNICATIONS
VIII. TESTING
............................................................I 4
THE SYSTEM ......................................................... 15
THE
SYSTEM .......................................................................... 16
IX.
SPECIFICATIONS
—
DIP SWITCH TABLES ....................................................................................... 18
—
4140XM
—
4130 XM/5130XM
—
PROGRAMMING FORM.....................................................................................21
SUMMARY
........................................................................................ 17
OF CONNECTIONS
SUMMARY
DIAGRAM ........................... 19
OF CONNECTIONS
NOTE: Retorences to tho 4140XM
4140ATX
Controls.
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1.
GENERAL
INFORMATION
MEMORY-OF-ALARM
The VISTA Controls provide a memory-of-alarm
feature, which, upon disarming the system,
automatically displays all zones that were in an
alarm condition while the system was armed. In
addition, a 10 day alarm/trouble history is
maintained by the system, which helps the installer
or central station to identify problem sensors. To
activate this feature, enter the security code + the
[0] key.
THE VISTA CONTROLS
The VISTA XM Controls are microprocessor baaed
programmable systems and feature EEROM memory
technology (power loss doea not result in the ioes
of information), The Controls support up to 9 wired
zones of protection, expandable to 64 zonea (wired
and/or wireless) when connected to a 2-wire
poliing loop.
EASY PROGRAMMING
Programming can be performed at the office prior
to installation, or on the job site directly from the
keypad, or can be downloaded from a remote
location by using the Ademco 4130PC Downloading
Software.
BUILT-IN USER’S MANUAL ●nd
DESCRIPTION REVIEW
For end-user convenience, the 5130XM and
4140XM (with 5137) contain a built-in Users
Manual. By depressing and holding any of the
function keys on the console for 5 seconds, a brief
explanation of that particular function scrolls
across the alpha-numeric display.
For instalier convenience, the Control is preprogrammed with a set of standard values that is
designed to meet the needs of many installations.
Theaa values, however, can be changed to suit the
needs of any particular installation. The Control
can also be pre-programmed by the installer with
one of four standard communication default
programming values, eliminating the need for
extensive programming time and effort.
In addition, all programmed zone descriptors can be
displayed (one at a time) by pressing and holding
the READY key for 5 seconds, then releasing the
key. This sewes as a check for installers to be
sure all descriptors are entered properly.
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ZONE
TYPE
DEFINITIONS
Each zone must be assigned to a zone type, which defines the way in which the system responds to faults in that
zone. In addition, there are three keypad activated zones (PANIC keys), a polling loop supervision zone, and
two RF receiver suparvisoty zones.
TYPE 7: 24 HOUR AUDIBLE
TYPE
1: ENTRY/EXIT
#1
This type is also assigned to a zone containing a
Used for the primary entry/exit route (ex: front
door, main entrance).
Panic button, but which will initiate an audible
alarm in addition to an alarm report to the Central
TYPE
2: ENTRY/EXIT
#2
Station (ex: bedside panic).
Used for a secondary entry/exit route (ex: Garage
door, loading dock door, basement door), where
more time might be needed to get to and from the
keypad.
TYPE 3: PERIMETER
BURGLARY
Used for exterior doors and/or windows which
require an instant alarm when violated.
TYPE
4:
BURGLARY
INTERIOR
(FOLLOWER)
Used for areas where an ●ntry delay is required
only if an entrytexit delay zone is fautted first.
TYPE 5: DAY/NIGHT
BURGLARY
Used for zones which contain a foil-protected door
or window (such as in a store), or to a zone
covering a sensitive area such as a stock room,
drug supply room, etc., or other controlled access
area where immediate notification of an entry is
desired.
TYPE 6: 24 HOUR SILENT ALARM
This zone type is generally assigned to a zone
contahing a Hotd-up or Panic button that is designed
to initiate an alarm report to the Central Station,
but which produces no visual dispfays or alarm
sounds (ex banks, jewelry counters).
TYPE 8: 24 HOUR AUXILIARY
This type assigned 10 a zone containing a button for
use in personal emergencies or to a zone containing
monitoring devices such as water sensors,
Temperature sensors, etc. Designed to initiate an
alarm report to the Central Station and only
provides Consoie alarm sounds and alarm displays.
TYPE 9: SUPERVISED
FIRE
Used for zones containing smoke detectors, heat
detectors, pull stations, etc. Art open in this zone
will initiate a trouble signal. A short in this zone
will initiate a fire alarm (pulsed external sounder
and report to central station).
INTERIOR
TYPE
10:
BURGLARY
(DELAYED)
This type is similar to type 4, except that entry
delay begins whenever sensors in this zone are
violated, regardless of whether or not an
entry/exit delay zone was faulted first.
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SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
— BASIC 9 HARD-WIRED ZONES
ZONE 1
Thii zone has a 350 miltiind
response and can be
assigned to any zone type and can be sat up for
EOLR
supervision
or
for
closed-circuit
unsupervised use. Thii zone is the only zone that
can support 2-wire smoke detectors (up to 3 BRK
detectors) using an EOLR configuration.
If EOLR supervision is required, connect all cloaedcircuit sensors in series with one another to TBl 2,
(4130XM/5130XM
use RED/YELLOW
&
WHITE/BROWN
wires) with the 13,000 ohm
resistor in series with the loop, at the last device
and then return the loop to TB2-4.
If no supervision is required, simply maintain a
closed loop with all sensors connected in series
with the 100p, beween
TB1 -1 and T61.2 (or
WHfTE/BROWN & ORANGE). If the sensors used are
open-circuit devioes, such as smoke detectors,
each one must be in parallel to the next using the
EOLR configuration. The EOLR must then be placed
across the last wired detector.
(ZONES)
—
ZONES 2 THROUGH 8
These zones have a 35o millisecond response and
can be assigned to any zone type. They can be EOLR
supervised or closed circuit unsupervised, as
required (program field “41 determines whether or
not these zones will use the 1,000 ohm EOLR: Enter
[1] in fmld ●41 to disable the use of EOLRS on zones
2 through 8). If programmed for use with EOLRS,
both closed-circuit and open-circuit devices can be
used with the 1,000 ohm EOLR resistor in series
with the loop at the last device. If the use of EOLRS
is disabled (“41=1), only closed-circuit devices
can be used. Note that the maximum resistance per
zone is 300 ohms.
ZONE
9
This zone is an unsupewised, fast response zone
(5-1 O milliseconds), and can be assigned to any
zone type except fire. Only closed-circuit devices
can be used in this zone. This zone should be used
for fast response devices such as fast acting glass
break sensors or vibration sensors. Avoid using
mechanical magnetic or relay type contacts in this
zone. Note that the maximum resistance for this
zone is 100 ohms.
— ZONE EXPANSION MODULE—
(Required
4171
XT-X
for zones
M/4152LMB
To expand the system using a 2-wire Polling Loop
and/or wireless devices, a 4171 XT-XM dialer
board, and a 4152LMB Loop Module must be
installed as shown below.
(The 4171 XT-XM is
factory installed in the 4140XM.)
Wires from the 4208 Zone Expander, RPMs, and
4280 are connected to Terminals 1 & 2 on the
4152LMB.
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10 through
64)
— 2-WIRE
POLLING LOOP EXPANSION
(Zones
10 through
Wire each of the RPMs in parallel to the 2-wire
polling loop, making sure no more than the
maximum allowable wire length is used per
individual polling loop run, as follows:
gauge
gauge
gauge
gauge
64)
CAUTION
If an intercom system is being used, the polling loop
wires must be as far from the intercom wiring as
possible (minimum 6-). If this spacing cannot be
achieved, shielded wire must be used. If this is not
done, interference on the intercom system might
occur. Also note that the maximum total wire
length supported is cut in half when shielded wire is
used.
GENERAL
INFORMATION
To expand the system using a 2-wire polling loop
and remote point modules (RPMs), a 4171XT-XM
dialer board, and a 4152LMB loop module must tM
installed,as describedin the ZONE EXPANSION
MODULE section.
#22
#20
#18
#18
—
ADVISORY
The maximum allowabte current draw on the polling
loop is 64mA. Refer to the Polling Loop Current
Draw Worksheet (found in the POWERING THE
SYSTEM section of this manual) for current draws
of various polling loop devices. If more than 64mA
is bdng drawn, use of the 4197 provides another
loop with 64mA available. Refer to the instructions
provided with the 4197, or the Technical Reference
Manual for complete information.
@ 650’ max
@95Cr’max
@l 500’ max
@2400’ max
NOTE: Twisted pair recommended for ail normal
wire runs.
IMPORTANT:
The maximum combined polling
loop run is 4000’. If using shielded wire, the
maximum is 2000’. If longer wire runs are needed,
a 4197 Loop Extender Module must be used.
— WIRELESS
EXPANSION—
The VISTA XM system supports up to 63 Alert Ill
Transmitters, plus a wireless keypad. To expand
the system using wireless, one or two 4280 RF
Receivers (or 4280-8 if only 8 wireless zones are
used) must be connected to the polling loop. The
4280
can
receive
signals
from wireless
transmitters within a nominal range of 200 feet. In
addition, two 4280s can be used to provide either a
greater area of coverage, or to provide redundant
protection. Note that if using 2 RF Receivers; one
of them must be powered from Auxifiary power.
IMPORTANT: All RF zones must be designated as
such in their respective program fields. If using a
4280-8, only up to 8 zones can be enabfed as RF
zones. If more than 8 zones are enabled, the
message “SET-UP ERROR” (5130XM/51 37) or “E~
(41 30 XM/41 37) will be displayed. For more
information regarding the 4260 installation, refer
to the Installation Instructions provided with the
4280.
WIRELESS
PERIPHERALS
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SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
— REMOTE
GENERAL
Both the 4130XM and the 5130XM supply up to
280mA (200mA for UL certificated installations) of
auxiliary power for remote consoles and/or other
auxiliary devices such as motion detectors or 4wire smoke detectors. The 4140XM supplies up to
700mA for non-UL usage and up to 400mA for UL
applications. You must keep this in mind when
adding remote consoles so you dorm over-draw
current from the panel. This would result in a
battery which is never fully charged, or possibly a
blown auxiliary power fuse. Up to 7 remote
consoles can be used.
In the event you need more than the allowed number
of remote consoles, you can use a second 1350
power pack to power up to 7 extra 4137s/5137s.
Instead of using
the
panef’s
auxiliary power
connection to the red and black console lead,
connect the Positive (+) terminai of the 1350 to the
biue console fead, and the Negative (-) to the black
iead. As iong as AC power is present these extra
consoles are active. If AC is lost, the system’s
back-up battery will take over and oniy the
consoles powered from auxiliary power wiii be
active.
—
CONSOLES —
NOTE
If using a 4140XM, make sure you power
at least one remote console from auxiliary power,
othenviee there wouid be no means of controlling
the panel during an AC ioas.
4137
- For use with the 4130XM, 4140XM or 5130XM
Controls
- 60 mA current draw
- Power up to 7 consoles from the 4140XM.(non-UL)
5137
. For use with the 4140XM or 5130XM Controls
-60
mA current draw standby
-90
mA current draw with backlighting
- Power up to 7 consoles from the 4140XM (non-UL)
SMOKE DETECTOR CONFIGURATIONS
ZONE 1
When programmed as an EOLR supervisedFiRE zone
(type 09 in program field “02), up to three 2-wire
smoke detectors can be used. Recommended are the
BRK1 400 Ionization detector, 2400 Photoeiectnc
smoke detector, and the 2400TH Photoelectric
smoke detector with 135°F heat sensor.
ADVISORY
ifthe EOLRianot attheendofthe
loop, the zoneis
not fully supervised. The system wiil not respond
to an open circuit within the zone.
ZONES 2 THROUGH 8
These zones can support as many 4-wire smoke
detectors as can be powered, when programmed as
a FIRE zone, type 09, in program fwld “02. There
are only two requirements: (1) The zones must be
configured for EOLR supervision, and (2) A
momentary switch must be
normally-closed,
inatalied in series with the power to the detectors
in order to allow reset of the smoke detectors after
an aiarm. The detectors must be wired in parallel,
with the EOLR at the last detector for fuil
supewision.
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(PERIPHERALS)
—
POLLING LOOP SMOKE DETECTORS
(4192SD,
4192SDT
or 4192CP)
Can be added to the 2-wire Poiling Loop via the
4152LMB ioop module, on zones 10 through 64 (as
programmed in fields “03, “04, “05, 1●O1,
1“02, 1’03, 1●O4 and 1“05).
These detectors
have a built-in RPM which is DIP switch
programmable. They are wired in paraliel to the
poiiing loop, and do not need auxiliary power or a
separate reset switch. The polling loop provides
power and reset signals to the detectors, as well as
alarm and trouble signals from the detectors. Refer
to the poiling loop wire run iength tabie in the
Poiling Loop Expansion3ection.
WIRELESS
SMOKE
DETECTOR
(5706)
Up to 8 smoke detectorscan be used and assignedto
zonea 48-55 as long as these zones are enabled for
RF usage and are programmed as Fire zones (type
09). A 4280 RF Receiver must be connected to the
poliing ioop to support the wireiess smoke
detectors. Refer to the instructions provided with
the 4280 for installation information.
— PASSIVE INFRARED
GENERAL
INFORMATION
Select a mounting site with the following notes in
mind: Best coverage will be obtained if the
mounting site is selected such that the likely
direction of intruder motion is across the pattern of
protection.
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Avoid locating the unit where central heating
radiators, flames or heating outlet ducts are
within the protective zones.
Avoid locating the unit in direct sunlight or
directly above strong sources of heat.
Avoid locating the unit on unstable surfaces.
Avoid running alarm wiring close to heavy duty
electrical cables.
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POLLING
LOOP PIR (4275)
The 4275 is a dual element passive infrared
detector, with a built-in RPM, that is connected
directly to the 2-wire polling loop.
WIRELESS
PIR (5775)
The 5775 is a battery operated, wireless, dual
element passive infrared motion detector that can
be monitored by a 4280 (4280-8) wireless
receiver. The 4280 is connected to the 2-wire
polfing loop.
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4171 XT-XM/4171XM
TERMINALS
Term. 1: Programmable output (see 1●46) that can
be used as a ground start output with the 675
Ground Start Module (not UL Listed), as an output to
produce console audible warnings on a remote
sounder (ex: No. 706-12), or as an open/close
trigger for use with other communications media.
Q Only one of the above optionscan be chosen.
If either GROUND START, or CONSOLE AUDIBLE is
used, Aux. Voltage Trigger pin 4 may not be used.
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POLLING
LOOP PIR (4196)
The 4196 is a quad element passive infrared
detector with a built-in RPM that is connected
directly to the 2-wire polling loop.
PHONE LINE INTERFACE —
—
4171 XT-XM/4171XM
INSTALLATION
The 4171 XT.XM is factory installed in the 4140XM
Control. For the 4130XM/51 30XM Controls,
connect the 4171 ~-XM
or 4171 XM as shown:
—
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MOTION DETECTORS
Term. 2: INCOMING PHONE UNE (TfP)
Term. 3: INCOMING PHONE UNE (RING)
Term. 4: LOCAL HANDSETS (RING)
Term. 5: LOCAL HANDSETS (TIP)
GROUND: Connect green flying lead to a proper
earth ground.
To prevent the risk of shock,
WARNING:
disconnect phone lines at telco jack before
servicing the unit.
EXTERNAL SOUNDERS —
4140XM
The 4140XM is housed in a metal cabinet and
contains a built-in relay, rated at 2.8 amps. The
output of this relay is a positive (+) trigger from
terminal 8 on TB2, with the negative from TB2-15.
Up to two 702s can be used wired in series; up to
two 719s in parallel.
4130x
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The 4130XM/51 30XM self-contained Controls have
an external sounder output of 100mA, (negativegoing (-) trigger) from the brown lead. The
continuous. positive (+) is taken from the red/black
lead. From this output you could use up to two 740
High Intensity Sounders, wired in parallel, or one
Arnseco Motor Bell, ABB1031, or up to eight indoor
Piezo Sounders, BRK PA400B in parallel.
4148 RELAY MODULE
(2.8 AMPS @28 VDC)
Other sounders (ex. 702 and 719 self-contained
sirens) can be used with the 4130XM/5130XM, but
the addilion of the 4148 Relay Module is necessary
because these sirens (or equivalent) draw more
than the allowable 100mA of current.
ADVISORY:
Going beyond the above mentioned limits will
overload the auxiliary power and/or relay fuse.
Note that the 5130XM and 4130XM use built-in
eolid state fuses (PTCS) that do not need replacing.
The 4140XM uses standard fuses (located on the
terminal strip) which must be replaced if blown.
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IV.
MOUNTING
Note that field wiring to these
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POWERING
controls/consoles
MOUNTING
1. Use the template provided (on a separate
sheet) to mark the positions on the wall for the
screw mounting holes and the cut-out for the
wiring.
2. Pull the interface wiring in the wall through the
cut-out.
3. Remove the console’s back cover. The securing
screw at the front of the console must be removed
to release the back cover .
4. Pass the interface wiring through the opening
in the back cover and through the 4143 Expansion
Ring (if used), then mount the back cover to the
wall surface with screws.
5. Splice the interface wiring to the console wires
(or to the wires on the interface connector supplied
with 4137s). Insulated solderless wire splices (eg.
311 ) may be used for splicing.
6. Attach the main body of the console to the
wall-mounted back cover. The console is properly
attached when it snaps into place. Use the securing
screw (previously removed) to secure the console
to the back cover .
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the controls/consoles
2. insert the fow 1-1/2” long #6 screws through
the mounting hoiss in the supplied Trim Ring and
then attach the four rnstai securing ciips, as shown
in the diagram. Use oniy two or three turns of each
screw, ailowing the metai ciips to hang freely. The
ciips must not protrude beyond the sides of the
Trim Ring or you wili not be abie to instsii the Trim
Ring into the cut-out in the next stsp.
3. instail the trim ring into the cpening in the wall
with the hinge clasps to the right. Making sure the
trim ring is straight, tighten each ciip screw,
makhrg sure that the attached clip siides down into
its guide track.
4. Instail the Consoie as foilows: Engage the hinge
cisspa on the trim ring with the notches iocated in
the back (right-hand side) of the Console’s front
panei. Swing the left side of the panei toward the
trim ring (the panel wiii pivot on the hinge ciasps),
and press firmly untii the panei “snaps- ciosed.
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FLUSH MOUNTING
WITH TRIM RING
1. Cut out a 4.3/4” high by 8“ wide opening in the
wail between studs, no less than 1-1/2” from
either stud. Use the template provided to mark the
cut-out.
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before
5. Use the panei securing screw (supplied with the
Console) to secure the left side of the panei.
1.1/2-MIN(4 cm)
h
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must be completed
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— POWERING THE SYSTEM —
PRIMARY
POWER
Power to the 4140XM Control panel is supplied by a
Plug-In DC Power Pack, 1360. which is rated at
850 mA @ 18 volts DC. The 4130XM and 5130XM
Controls are supplied by a 1350 Plug-In DC Power
Pack rated at 700mA @18 volts DC. Since these
power packs supply unregulated DC, and because
they are polar~ed (+) & (-), caution must be taken
when wiring them to the Controls.
POWER-UP PROCEDURE
1. Wire the 1350 (1360) DC Power Pack first
(before the battery), making sure polarity is
correct and the terminal strip (or harness) is
connected to the Control panel as shown in the
SUMMARY OF CONNECTIONS diagrams. Do not plug
in at this time.
2. Connect all auxiliary devices, such as
consoles, PIRs, etc.
3. Plug the 1350 into an AC outlet. Check that the
Auxiliary Voltage measures between 13.5 and 14.0
volts DC. If under 13.5 volts, too much current is
being drawn from the Control.
See the
SPECIFICATIONS section of the Technical Reference
Manual for the current draw of each device.
4. Connect the battery as shown in the SUMMARY
OF CONNECTIONS diagrams. Do not connect the
battery if Auxiliary Voltage is below 13.5 volts, as
this will prevent the battery from being fully
charged.
BACK-UP
POWER
In the event of an AC power loss, all VISTA XM
Controls are supported
by a back-up, rechargeable
gel cell battery.
BATTERY
STANDBY
4130 XM/513d
XM
TABLE
4140XM
AM P-HRS
200 fnA
700m A
400 mA
1.2
3.0 hrs.
NW
NIU
4.0
10.0 hrs.
10.0 hrs.
5.7 hrs.
6.0
15.0 hrs.
15.0 bra.
8.5 hrs.
CAUTfON: If total current draw is above the
maximum auxiliary current availabfe, a 1350
power pack* must be used to power up to 7
additional remote consoles. If only one console is
being used, power additional devices from a
separate 12VDC power source (i.e. 468-1 2).
NOTE:
The above figures are approximate, and
may vary depending upon the age, quality, and
capacity of the battery at the time of the AC loss.
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AUXILIARY DEVICE CURRENT DRAW WORKSHEET
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DEVtCE
4137 Console
5137 Console
4146 Keyswitch
675 Ground Start Modute
4280 or 4280-8 Receive
1
CURRENT
60 mA
90 mA
20 rnA
50 mA
40 mA
# OF UNITS
TOTAL
I
= 280 ti Max. Aux. current (200 mA Max. for UL Installations)
700 mA Max. Aux. current (400 mA for UL Installations)
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“4140XM =
POLLING LOOP CURRENT
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CURRENT
4139 Contact
1 mA
4194 conta~
1 mA
,4192s D Photo Smoke
1 mA
4192s DT Smoke w/Heat
1 mA
~
1 mA
4?75 Dual PIR
1 mA
4196 Quad PIR
1 mA
4190 2-Zone RPM
1 mA (LOW)
4?08 8 . 79ne RPM
16 mA
428063 Zone RF
40 rnA
4?80-8 8 Zone RF
40 mA
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DRAW WORKSHEET
# OF UNfTS
TOTAL CURRENT
TOTAL
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““ff the total current draw exceeds 84 tic a 4197 Loop Extender module must be used.
‘If using two 4280s or 4280-8s, you can power one of them from auxiliary power instead of using a
4197 loop extender module.
.
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TOTAL CURRENT
SYSTEM
V.
OPERATION
— SECURITY ACCESS CODES —
The VISTA XM System allows up to 22 security
access codes to be assigned, each identified by a
user ID numkr.
The installer programs an Installer’s Code initially
as part of the programming procedure, and this
code is the only code that permits re-entry into the
programming mode (unless ●98 has been previously
used to exit the programming mode, see below).
The Installers Code can also be used to perform
normal system functions, but cannot assign
temporary cod6s.
The system also provides an Installer Code lock-out
feature, which prevents the use of the Installer’s
Code from re-accessing the Programming mode
after the initial programming.
This feature is
activated by pressing ●98 to exit Programming
mode. The only way to access Programming mode
once this feature is activated, is by powering don
the system and powering up again, and then
pressing both the “ and # keys at- the same time
within 30 seconds of power up. If re-acceas to
Programming mode using the Installer’s Code is
desired after initial programming, then exit
Programming mode by pressing “99.
— RECALLING
The Installer also programs the master security
code, which is the code intended for use by the
primary user of the system. The master code can
then be used to assign up to twenty temporary
codes, which can be used by secondary users of the
system who do not have a need to know the master
code. In addition, the Quick Arm feature can also be
programmed, which enables the [#] key to be
pressed in lieu of entering the security oode when
arming the system.
As shipped from the factory, an initial Installer’s
coda and master code is pm-programmed, and can
be changed by the installer to any code desired.
The pre-programrned codes are as follows:
4130XM
= 4-1-3-0
All Controls = 1-2-3-4
4140XM = 4-1-4-0
5130XM = 5-1-3-O
For additional information about security codes,
refer to the Technics/ Reterence Manual and/or the
User’s Manual.
ALARM & TROUBLE MESSAGES —
The system’s alarm memory retains all eventa for
a period of 10 days, starting at the time of the
firat event. Upon expiration of the 1O-day period,
all history is automatically erased and the alarm
memory will reset. The next 10-day cycle will
begin when the next event occurs.
Recall by service personnel will display all events
that have occurred from the start of the 10-day
cycle to the time of recall. Note that Recall will end
any 10day cycte in progress. The LCD display on
the 4130XM/41 37 console will indicate the number
of the zone in which the event occurr”ed(e.g., 01,
02, etc.), accompanied by the word CHECK
(trouble), ALARM and, If applicable, FIRE, to
describe the type of event that occurred in the
displayed zone.
If a 5130XfvV5137 is used, an alpha descriptor of
the zone will be displayed in addition to its zone
number. If more than one event had occurred, the
events will be displayed in numerical sequence.
Each disptay will appear for 1-2 seconds, then the
next event will be displayed. When all eventa have
been displayed, the displays are repeated.
the
10-dey
hletory,
To display
security code and press the O key.
enter
the
To ●xit Recsll, enter the security code and
press the OFF key. All existing memory is erased
and the alarm memory is reset. The 10-day cycle
will start again only when the next event occurs.
— KEYPAD FUNCTIONS —
The keypad atlows the user to arm and disarm the
system, and perform other system functions, such
as bypassing zones, view messages from the
central station and display zone descriptors. Zone
and system conditions (alarm, trouble, bypass) are
displayed in the Display Wtndow.
For additional information, refer to the User’s
Manual.
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Acy
VI.
SYSTEM
COMMUNICATIONS
The 4171 XT-XM Dialer Board is required for polling
loop and/or wireless zone expansion, and for office
initiated downloading,
and is also used to
communicate with the central station via dial
network telephone line, if that sewice is desired.
The 4171 XM can be used if only central station
communication and site initiated downloading is
desired.
The 4171 XM does not support system
zone expansion or office initiated downloading.
— COMMUNICATION
CAUTION:
1. If the communicator is connected
to a telephone line inside a PABX, be sum the PABX
has a back-up power supply that can suppon the
PABX for 24 hours. Many PABXS are not power
backed up and connection to such a PABX will result
in a communication failure if power is lost.
2. Refer to the SUMMARY OF CONNECTIONS
diagrams for proper line seizure connections.
FORMATS
—
ADEMCO LOW SPEED
ADEMCO LOW SPEED is a pulsed format which
responds to a 1400 HZ handshake and ki~-off, and
trSnSmits data Mth 1900Hz pUISStones @ 10 pulses
per second (pps). A ~pi~l message consists of two
rounds which must be verifiid by the rece’wer.
In expanded reporting, fwo messages are sent, two
rounds per message, the first being the account
number and afarrn code, the second being the zone
(or channel) to which the alarm was assigned.
1. The data is transmitted in DTMF (Dual Tone
Multi-Frequency, known as “TouchTone=, at the
rate of 10 characters per second). This greatiy
decreases the time it takes a report to go through
to central station. An average 4+2 Low Speed
report might take as long as 20 seconds to complete
its report, but 4+2 Express takes under 3 seconds.
SESCOAIRADIONICS
Standard
and expanded
reporting
in the
SESCONRADIONICS
format is virtually the same
as ADEMCO Low Speed except:
1. The handshake and kiss-off frequency is 2300 Hz.
2. The data is transmitted with 1800 Hz pulse tones.
3. The rate of transmission is 20 pps.
2. Two message rounds are eliminated by the use of
a checksum digit. Instead of the communicator
sending 2 rounds per repo~ it sends only 1 round
with a checksum digit at the end. Doing this sfso
heips in decreasing the time it takes for a report to
be sent. (CHECKSUM is expiained further at the end
of this section).
4+2 REPORTING
A 4+2 report consists of a 4-digit account number
and a 2digit alarm code, or event code.
4+2 reports can be accomplished in two ways:
3. The handshake frequency is 1400 Hz foiiowed
by 2300 Hz, and the kissoff frequency is 1400 Hz.
1. Either in ADEMCO Low Speed (1O pps), or
SESCOAIRADIONICS (2o pps) format.
2. Etier in standard or expanded zone reporting.
The terms ‘standard” and “expanded* have a
siightiy different meaning than previously described.
in 4+2, 6tandard zone reporting sends a 4-digit
account number foiiowed by a 2-digit code, where
the first digit is the ALARM code and the second
digit is the channei to which the zone aiarm was
assigned. Ex. 1234
3 9 (code 3, channel 9).
In 4+2 expanded zone reporting a unique 2-digit
code for each zone ‘event- (27 zones max) is
reported. A 4-digit account number foliowed by a
2-digit code is sent, where the first digit is the
actuai event, such as in ALARM, RESTORE, or
TROUBLE, etc., and the second digit of the code
represents the ‘zone” where the event occurred.
(but not neceesariiy the actuai zone number). Each
code in itseff is unique to a specifii zone.
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4+2 EXPRESS
ADEMCOS new ;.xpress format provides the same
information as the 4+2 Expanded format except:
4. If the installation uses zones 28-84 and this
f~mn~ is se~cted, even~ in zones 28.w will not
t.smitted .
#
20 HIGH SPEED REPORTING
ADci,.20’s High Speed format tmnsmits data in
DTMF al a rate of 10 characters per second. The
handshake frequency is 1400 Hz foiiowed by 2300
Hz, and the kiasoff frequency is 1400 Hz. The
message contains 13 digits as foilows: A 4-digit
account number + eight channeis of zone
information (1-8 or duress pius 9-15) + one status
channel, which identifies the type of events being
reponed in the eight zone locations. A typical High
Speed report will be kissed off in under 5 seconds.
LIMITATIONS
1. When using Ademco high speed, remember
there are oniy 15 channeis avaiiabfe, pius a duress
channei. If more than 15 zones are being used, they
wiii have to share channels.
2. With high speed reporting, channels 9-15
cannot report troubies or bypasses. Use these
channeis for zones that wili not have to repon
these conditions.
CONTACT ID REPORTING
This is the only formal that can identify all 64
protection zones by their unique zone (Contact) ID
numbers, and provides a 1digit event qualifier and
3-digit, specifically defined event code. which
quickly identifies the condition behg reported.
ADVISORY
Ademco’e
new Contect
ID reporting
Is
cspeble of uniquely reporting ●ll 64 zones
of Information,
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● s openings
end
closlngs
tor
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to centrel
●tations
equipped
with the Ademco
685
uelng
sottwere
level
4.4
or
receiver
685 sottware
Iovels
beiow
4.4
higher.
cannot support Contact ID reporting.
For
Information
regarding
updeting
the
685
contact
Ademco’s
Technical
receiver,
Support
group
●t 1-800-645-7492.
Contact ID reports in DTMF (Dual Tone MultiFrequency @ 10 characters per second) and
responds to a 1400 Hz followed by 2300 Hz
handshake, and a 1400 Hz kisaoff. This format also
uses checksum instead of two message verification.
A complete report takes under 3 seconds.
W.
PROGRAMMING
THE SYSTEM
The system is shipped with a set of preprogrammed values that are designed to meet the
needs of many installations. These can be changed
by the installer to suit specific needs if desired. In
addition,
four
of
pre-programmed
sets
communication default values can also be loaded by
the installer, each set designeo for a specific
communicationformat. Thaae too can be changed to
suit the needs of a particular installation.
There are five sets of pre-programmed defaults
available (one standard, plus four different
communicationdefaults). Any one of these can be
ioaded into the system’s memory by doing the
following:
1.
Enter programming mode by pressing ~] and
[#] at the same time and within 30 seconds
after power is applied. OR Enter the installer
code, and press CODE + [0] +[0].
Changes to these pre-programmed values can be
programmed directly trom the keypad or from a
computer terminai using the 4130PC Downloading
software, an iBM compatible computer and a HAYES
1200 SMARTMODEM.
The following paragraphs
describes how to ioad the various default
programming sets.
For instructions on making
changes to particular programming fields, or for
using downloading, refer to the Technical Reference
2.
Load one of the default programming sets by
entering one of the following code sequences
Manual.
For alpha Controls, Engli$h Language descriptionsof
the zones and a custom installer message (which
appears when the system is ready to arm) can be
programmed.
Refer to the instructions in the
Technics/ Refensmw Manua/ for details.
‘
The programming fields are grouped into two sets
of addresses. The first set is accessed as soon as
programming mode is entered.
To access the
second set of addresses (indicated on the
programming form by a “1” in front of the 2-digit
fieid address), press ●94 while in programming
mode, To return to the first set of addresses,
press ●99.
I PRESS
I
I TO LOAD THIS PROGRAMMING SET
“97
Loads standard defualt values.
“94”80
Standard Low Speed 3+114+1
“94”811
Expanded Low Speed 3+1/4+1
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“94”821
AdemcoHigh Spead
●94*831
Expanded 4+2
A complete list of the defautt values can be found in
the Technical Reference Manual.
To Exit programming mode, press either “98 or
Use ●98 to prevent re-access
to
“99.
programming mode by installer code method. “99
allows installer code access to programming mode.
To program specific data fwlds, press ~] plus the
2-digit fmid address, then make the required entry.
The console will beep when a field has been
completely programmed and will automatically
display the next data field in numeriial order.
To view the contents of a data field, press [#] plus
the 2-digit field address. The fields entries will be
displayed, but no changes to these entries can be
made.
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VIII.
TESTING
USING TEST MODE
After the installation is completed, the Security
System should be thoroughly tested as follows:
1. With the System in the disarmed state, check
that all zones are intact. If DISARMED - Press ~]
to show faults (5137) or NOT READY (4137) is
displayed, press the ~] key to display the
descriptors of the faulted zone(s). Restore faulted
ZOne(S) if necessary, 60 that “S* DISARMED***
READY TO ARM (5137) or READY (4137) is
displayed.
2. Enter the security code and press the TEST
key. The external sounder (if used) should 6ound for
3 seconds and then turn off (the system is
operating on the back-up battery only at this time).
NOTE 1. The system will not enter the Test mode if
the battery voltage is too low, if the battery is not
connected, or if any communication messages are
waiting to be transmitted.
NOTE 2. As a reminder that the system is in the
Test mode, the Console will sound a single beep at
15-second intervals if no protection zones are
violated.
NOTE 3. In the Test mode, no alarm reports will be
sent to the central station. Also, the external
sounder (if used) will not be activated.
Doore ●nd windows
Open and close each protected door and window in
turn. Each action should produce three beepa from
the Console. The descriptor for each protection
zone will appear on the Console di6play.
Motion
detectors
Walk in front of any interior motion detectors.
Listen for three beeps when the detector senses
movement. While it is activated, its descriptor will
Note tha~
remain displayed on the Console.
wireless PIRs will have a 3 minute lockout between
transmissions to conserve battery life.
Smoke
detectors
Follow the test procedure provided by the
manufacturer of each smoke detector to ensure that
all detectors are operational and are functioning
properly.
NOTE: A 2-wire smoke detector display will not
clear until the Test mode is exited.
Turning off TEST mode
Enter the security code and press the OFF key.
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THE
SYSTEM
ARMED SYSTEM TEST
IMPORTANT!
A message will be sent to the
central station during the following tests. Notify
the central station that a test will be in progress.
NOTE: A display of “COMM. FAILURP (Alpha
consoles) or “Fe (Fixed-Word consoies) indicates a
failure to communicate (no Kissoff by the receiver
a! the central s~tion after the maximum num~r of
transmission attempts is tried).
1. Arm the system and fault one or more zones.
Silence alarm sounder(s) each time by entering the
code and pressing OFF. Check that Entry/Exit delay
zones provide the assigned delay times.
2. Check
the keypad-initiated
alarms,
if
programmed in field “05, by pressing the Panic
keys (“ and #, 1 and ●, and/or 3 and #). If the
system has been programmed
for audible
emergency, the console will emit a loud, steady
alarm sound. The word ALARM and a descriptor
“99- will be displayed for and #. (if 1 and
are
pressed, a ’95” will be displayed; if 3 and # are
pressed, a “96” will be displayed). Silence the
alarm by entering the security code and pressing
OFF. If the system has been programmed for silent
panic, there will be no audibie alarms or displays. a
report will be sent to the central station, however.
●
●
3. Notify the central station that all tests are
finished and verify results with them.
TURNING THE SYSTEM
OVER TO THE USER
1. Fully explain the operation of the system to the
user by going over each of ita functions as well as
the User’s Manual supplied.
2. In particular, explain the operation of each
zone (entry/exit, perimeter, interior, fire, etc.).
Be sure the user understands how to operate any
emergency feature(s) programmed into the system.
IMPORT ANTI: In the spaces provided in the
Users Manual, record the Entry and Exit Delay
time6, and those functions that have been
programmed into the available paira of PANIC keys
(* and #, 1 and ●, 3 and #).
3. Make sure the user understanda the importance
of testing the system at least weekly, following the
procedure provided in the User’s Manual.
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4140XM
Physical:
CONTROL
Width:
Height:
Depth:
SPECIFICATIONS
12 inches (305mm)
12 inches (305mm)
3 inches (76mm)
Electrical:
VOLTAGE INPUT: 18VDC, 85o mA max. (from plug
in Power Pack, Ademco No. 136o)
RECHARGEABLEBACK-UPBATTERY:12VDC, 4 AH
(Gel type)
A!ARM SOUNDER OiJTPi.JT:Wet contact relay (2.8A
max. contact rating @ 28VDC). Can drive 12V
motor driven blla (100 mA each) - AMSECO
MSB1OG or ABB1031.
AUXILIARY POWER OUTPUT: 11,5- 14.OVDC
700 mA for non-UL installations
400 mA max. for UL installations
STANDBY. 5.7 hours with Auxiliary load of 700
mA using 4 AH Battery. 8.5 hours with Auxiliary
load of 400 mA using 4 AH Battery
Fuses:
Battery Fuse: 3A Slo Blo (Ademco No. 90-28)
Auxiliary Powec 1A (Ademco No. 90-29)
Alarm Relay Powrm 3A Sio Bio (Ademco No. 90-28)
DIGITAL
BOARD
Phyelcal:
x 7/8. (2.2
COMMUNICATION
INTERFACE
(4171 XT-XM)
5-3/4” (14.6 cm) x 3-1/8= (8.25 cm)
cm) (approx.).
Functional:
FORMATSSUPPORTED
ADEMCO LOW SPEED, 10 pUk3/sOC. 1900 HZ
Data Tone, 1400 Hz ACiVKISSOFF.
SESCO/$ 20 puhee/eec, 1800 Hz Data Tone,
2300 Hz ACWKISSOFF, Variable Interdigit
Timing.
RADIONICS, 20 puieeamec, 1800 Hz Data
Tone, 2300 Hz ACWKISSOFF, Fixed Interdigit
Timing.
ADEhCO CONTACTID
LINE SEi2f2 DoublePole
RINGER EQfJfVALENCE0.7S
FCC REGISTRATION NO.: AC 3g8U-661 92-AL-E.
5130xM/4130xM
CONTROLS
Physical:
Width: 8.4 inches (21.3cm)
Height: 4.75 inches (12.1 cm)
Depth: 1.1 inches (2.8 cm)
Electrical:
VOLTAGE INPUT: 18VDC (from plug-inPower Pack,
Ademco No. 1350), 700 mA max.
RECHARGEABLEBACK-UP BATTERY 12VDC, 1.2 AH,
Ademco No. 484 (YUASA NP 1212). (Alternatively, a
4 AH Ademco No. 486 may be used”).
ALARM SOUNDER: Built-in piezoeiectnc sounder,
85 db at 10 feet. Sound produced is selectable as
‘steady” (in compliance with UL 85 db output
requirement) or ‘sweeping” (for non-UL usage).
Optional external 12V Piezoelectric alarm sounder
(100 mA max.). (Ademco No. 740 or BRK PA400B).
Optional 12V motor-driven Bell (100 ma max.).
(AMSECO MSB1O-G or ABB-1031).
Optional dry contact relay (2.8A max. contact rating
@26VDC). Ademco No. 4148°. Can drive No. 719 or No.
702 Siren.
AUXILiARY POWER OUTP~ 1O.2-13.8VDC
280 mA for non-UL installations
200 mA max. for UL installations
STANDBY: 2.5 Hours with 200 mA standby currant
load. 5 Hours with no external currant load.
‘Not available in a UL installation.
5137/4137
Ph ysicel:
REMOTE
CONSOLES
Width: 8.4 inches (213 mm)
Height: 4.75 inches (121 mm)
Depth: 1.1 inches (28 mm)
Eiectricai:
Voltage Input 12VDC
Current Drain: 80 mA (4137) continuous
90 mA (5137) with back iighting
interface
Wiring:
RED: 12VDC input (+) - auxiii~ power
BLUE: 18VDC input (+) - from optional 1350 or
1360 Power Pack*
GREEN: Data in
YELLOW: Data Out
BLACK Ground and (-) connectionfrom
optional 1350 or 1360 Power Pack.
Not permitted for UL installations.
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TO THE INSTALLER
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Reguiar maintenance and inspection (at least annuaiiy) by the instaiier and frequent testing by the user are vital
to continuous satisfactory operation of any aiarm system.
The instaiier shouid assume the responsib~ of developing and offering a reguiar maintenance program to the
user as well as acquainting the user with the proper operation and imitations of the alarm system and its
component parts. Recommendations must be inciuded for a specific program of frequent testing (at least
weekiy) to insure the system’s proper operation at all times.
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“FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC) STATEMENT”
This equipment has been tested to FCC requirementsand has been found acceptable for use. The FCC requires
the following statement for your information:
,This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, that is, in
strict accordance with the manufisctumfs instructions, may cause interference to radio and television
~reception. It has been type tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B computingdevice in
‘accordance with the speciticationain Sub@ J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide
reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio 01
telev~lon reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures
.
If using sn indoor sntenna have a quafity outdoor antenna installed.
Reorient the receiving antenna until interference is reduced or eliminated.
Move the receiver away from the controflcommunicator.
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Move the antenna leads away from any wire rune to the control/communicator.
Plug the controlkommunicator into a different outlet so that it and the receiver are on different branch
circuits.
If necessary, the user should consult the deater or an experienced radio/television technician for additional
suggestions.
The user or installer may find the follwing bookfet prepared by the Federal CommunicationsCommission
helpful:
“Interference Handbook”
Ths booktet is availabte from the U.S. Government Printing Offii, Washington, DC 20402. Stock No. 004-000●
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The user shall not make any changes or modificationsto the equipment unteas authorized by the Inataftation
Instructions or Uset’s Manual. Unauthorized changes or modificationscould void the user’s authority to operats
the equipment.
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WARNING
THE LIMITATIONS OF THIS ALARM SYSTEM
White this system is an advanced design security system, it does nol offer guaranteed protection against
burglary, fire or other emergency. An alarm system, whether commercial or residential, is subject to
compromise or failure to warn for a number of reasons. For example:
Intruders may gain access through unprotectedopenings or have the technical sophisticationto bypass an
alarm sensor or disconnect an alarm warning device.
c Intrusion detectors (e.g. passive infrared detectors), smoke detectors, and many other sensing devices will
not work without power. Battery operated devices will not work without batteries, with dead batteries, or if
the batteries are not put in properly. Devices powered solely by AC will not work if their AC power supply is
cut off for any reason, however briefly.
Signals sent by wireless transmitters may be blocked or reflected by metal before they reach the alarm
receiver. Even if the signal path has been recently checked during a weekly test, blockage can occur if a metal
object is moved into the path.
A user may not be able to reach a panic or emergency button quicklyenough.
While smoke detectors have played a key role in reducing residential fire deaths in the United States, they
may not act”wateor provide early warning for a variety of reasons in as many as 35°% of all fires, according
to data published by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Some of the reasons smoke detectors used in
conjunction with this System may not work are as follows. Smoke detectors may have been improperly
installed and positioned. Smoke detectors may not sense fires that start where smoke cannot reach the
detectors, such as in chimneys, in walls, or roofs, or on the other side of closed doore. Smoke detectors also
may not sense a fire on another fevel of a residence or buitding.A second floor detector, for exampte, may not
sense a first floor or basement fire. Moreover, smoke detectors have sensing limitations. No smoke detector
can sense every kind of fire every time. In general, detectors may not always warn about fires caused by
carelessness and safety hazards like smoking in bed, violent explosions, escaping gas, improper storage or
flammable matenkds, overloaded electrical circuits, children playing with matches, or areon. Depending on the
nature of the fire andor the location of the smoke detectors, the detector, even if it operates as antidpatetf,
may not provide sufficient warning to allow all occupants to escape in time to prevent injury or death.
Passive Infrared Motion Detectors can only detect intrusionwithin the designed ranges as diagmmmed in
their installation manual. Passive Infrared Detectors do not provide volumetric area protection. They do create
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multiple
beams
of protection,
and
intrusion
can only be detected
in unobstructed
areaa
covered
by the beams.
They cannot detect motion or intrusion that takes place behind walls, ceilings, floors, closed doore, glass
partitions, glass doora, or windows. Mechanical tampering, masking, painting or spraying of any material on
the mirrors, windows or any part of the optical system can reduce tt,eir detection ability. Passive Infrared
Detectors sense changes in temperature; however, as the ambient temperature of the protected area
approaches the temperature range of 90° to 150’F, the detection performance can decrease.
. Alarm warning devices such as sirens, bells or horns may not alert people or wake up steepere who are
located on the other side of a closed or partty open doors. If warning device sound on a different level of the
residence from the bedrooms, then they are less likely to waken or alert people inside the bedrooms. Even
persons who are awake may not hear the warning if the alarm is muffle by noise from a stereo, air conditioner
or other appliances, or by passing traffic. Finally, alarm warning devices, however loud, may not warn
hearing-impaired people or waken deep sleepers.
Tetephone fines needed to tranemit alarm signals from a premises to a centml monitoringstation may be out
of service or temporarily out of sewice. Telephone lines are also subject to compromise by sophisticated
intruders.
Even if the system responds to the emergency as intended, however, occupants may have insufficienttime
to protect themselves from the emergency situation. In the case of a monitored alarm system, authorities may
not respond appropriately.
. This equipment, like other electrical devices, is subject to component failure. Even though this equipment is
designed to last as long as 10 years, the electronic components could fail at any time.
The most common cause of an alarm system not functioningwhen an intrusionor fire occurs is inadequate
maintenance. This alarm system should be tested weekly to make sure all sensors are workhg property.
Installing an alarm system may make one eligibfe for lower insurance rates, but an alarm system is not a
substitute for insurance. Homeowners, pro~rty OWnSfS$nd rentem ehoufd contin~ to =t p~dently in
protecting themselves and continue to insure their lives and propNw.
We continue to develop new and improved protection devices. Ueera of alarm systems owe It to themselves anc
their loved ones to learn about these developrna nts.
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ADEMCO
Llmlted
Warranty
Alarm Device Manufacturing Company, a Division of Pittway Corporation, and its divisions, subsidiaries and
affiliates fseller),
165 Eiteen Way, Syosset New York 11791, warranta its products to be in conformance
wtth its own plans and specifications and to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal
use and service for 18 months from the date stamp control on the product or, for products not having an
Ademoo date stamp, for 12 months from date of original purchase unkss the installation instructionsor catalog
sets forth a shoner period, in whiih case the shorter period shall apply. seller’s obligation shall be limited to
Impairing or replacing, at its option, free of charge for materiats or labor, any part which is proved not in
compliance with Sellets specifications or proves defective in materials or workmanship under normal use and
~aenfice. Seller shall have no obligation under this Limited Warranty or othenvise if the product is altered or
Iimproperly repaired or aewiced by anyone other than Ademco factory service. For warranty service, return
Iproduct transportation prepaid, to Ademco Factory Service, 165 Eileen Way, Syosset, New York 11791.
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THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,OF MEROHANTABl~, OR FtTNESB FOR A PARTICLMR
PURPOSE OR OTHERWIS~ WHICH EXR34D BEYONDTHE DESCRIPTIONON THE FACEHEREOF.IN NO CASESHALL
SELLERBE LfABLETO ANYONE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTML OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BRE4CH OF THIS OR
ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPUED, OR UPON ANY OTHER BASISOF LIABILfW WHATSOEVER EVEN IF
THE LOSS OR DAMAGEIS CAUSEDBY THE SELLER’SOWN NEGLIGENCEOR FAULT.
ISeller does not represent that its product may not be compromised or circumvented; that the product will
prevent any ~reonal injury
or
prope~ loss by burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise; or that the product will
in all cases provide adequate warning or protection. Buyer understands that a properfy installed and maintained
alarm may only r~uce
the
risk
of a burglaty, robbery or fire without warning, but it IS not inSLJmn~ or a
guarantee that such W-II not occur or that there will be no personal injury or property 10ss as a reSUlt.
CONSEQUEfWLY, SELLER SHALL HAVE NO fJABfLW FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERW DAMAGE OR OTHER
LOSS BASED ON A CLAIM THE PRODUCT FAILED TO GfVE WARNING. However, if setter is held liable,whether
directly or indirectly, for any loss or damage arising under this Limited Warranty or otherwise, regardteaa of
cause or origin, Sellets maximum fiabilhy
shall not in any case exceed the purchase price of the product
wlich shall be the complete and exclusive remedy against Seller. This warranty replaces any previous
warranties and is the only warranty made by Seller on this product. No increase or alteration, written or
verbal, of this Limited Warranty is authorized.
Eimmzml
ALARM
DEVICE
A OIVISION
MANUFACTURING
OF PlllWAV
CO.
COWORATION
165 Eileen Way, Syosset, New York 11791
NS1S2V3 ?mc
Copyright ~ 1989 PIWAY
CORPORATION
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