Pyronix | PCX 256 | PCX USER GUIDE - Intelligent Security & Fire Ltd

VERITEC P2
PCX
USER GUIDE
The award winning sequential
confirmation detector
THIS GUIDE SUPPORTS
PCX - 12, 22 & 44
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WARRANTY
This product is sold subject to our standard warranty conditions and is warranted against defects in
workmanship for a period of 2 years. In the interest of continuing improvement of quality, customer care
and design, Pyronix reserve the right to amend specifications without giving prior notice.
PCX User Manual
Contents
SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................2
1.1 The Keypad and Tag Reader ............................................................................................................ 2
1.2 Display Indications............................................................................................................................. 3
1.3 Using a Tag ....................................................................................................................................... 4
SECTION 2: ARMING AND DISARMING THE SYSTEM .............................................................5
2.1 Before Arming the System................................................................................................................. 5
2.2 Partitions............................................................................................................................................ 5
2.3 Leaving the Building .......................................................................................................................... 6
2.4 Disarming the System........................................................................................................................ 6
2.5 Partial Arming of the System ............................................................................................................. 6
SECTION 3: ADVANCED FUNCTIONS........................................................................................7
3.1 Chime Function.................................................................................................................................. 7
3.2 Deliberately Omitting a Zone ............................................................................................................. 7
3.3 Ignoring an Open Zone...................................................................................................................... 8
3.4 Keypad Personal Attack .................................................................................................................... 8
SECTION 4: MANAGER MODE ...................................................................................................9
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4.1 Entering Manager Mode .................................................................................................................... 9
4.2 Changing Time and Date................................................................................................................... 9
4.3 Changing User Codes & Options..................................................................................................... 10
4.4 Reviewing Logs ............................................................................................................................... 11
4.5 Walk Test......................................................................................................................................... 12
4.6 Bell Test........................................................................................................................................... 12
4.7 Enter Engineer Menu....................................................................................................................... 12
4.8 Exit Manager Mode.......................................................................................................................... 12
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SECTION 5: SERVICE INFORMATION......................................................................................13
SECTION 6: SMS MESSAGING SYSTEM .................................................................................14
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Section 1: Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of a Pyronix PCX alarm system. The PCX is designed and manufactured to our
ISO9001 approved quality system to offer a choice of options to suit your needs.
1.1 The Keypad and Tag Reader
The keypad and/or tag reader is where you will arm and disarm the system. You can also use the keypad to program
the system for your individual needs, including arming different partitions, adding codes and tags, and reading
system messages.
MAINS FAIL
The display shows you any important messages
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The 10-digit numeric keypad is where you use
your PIN code.
Directional keys for scrolling through menus
The A, B, C and D keys help simplify use, and will
light to highlight your choice of security cover, or
flash if there is a problem.
2
The
key = NO
The
key = YES
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Power
Alarm
Tamper
This is where you use your Tag.
Fault
Unset
Tag
1.2 Display Indications
All arming points (keypads and tag readers) have lamps to clearly indicate what is happening.
LED Indication Table
Green = Supply LED
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Red = Alarm LED
Red = Tamper LED
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Green = Arm / disarm
Partition D
Power
Alarm
Tamper
The ‘Power’ lamp will flash if the mains supply
fails. The ‘Alarm’ lamp will flash if an alarm
occurs
Fault
Unset
Tag
Power
Alarm
Tamper
Fault
Unset
Tag
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Power
Alarm
Tamper
Fault
Unset
The ‘Tamper’ lamp will flash if the PCX wiring or
equipment is tampered with.
Tag
Power
Alarm
Tamper
Fault
Unset
The ‘Fault’ lamp will indicate if a technical fault
occurs and will flash if you cannot arm the
system for any reason.
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The Disarm (‘Unset’) lamp will light if the PCX is
completely disarmed (steady) or if some
partitions remain armed (flashing).
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1.3 Using a Tag
The PCX High Security Proximity Tag (or Card) will arm or
disarm your system with the minimum of fuss. The tag contains
batteries and is completely maintenance free. Simply pass the tag
close to the keypad or reader to arm or disarm your system. The
keypad or reader will beep to indicate it has acknowledged the
tag.
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Section 2: Arming and Disarming the System
2.1 Before Arming the System
Before you arm your system, you must ensure that all doors and windows are securely closed, and that all pets are
accounted for, perhaps using one of the Pyronix range of Pet Immune detectors.
Note: Pyronix provide a comprehensive range of PI detectors, which provide pet immunity, including the Enforcer
PI, Equinox PI and Magnum PI
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Close all doors and windows.
2.2 Partitions
The partitions feature of the PCX allows you flexibility in using your system. The installation engineer can
programme the system so that each partition has a different function. For example:
Partition A – All zones armed
Partition B – Downstairs armed, upstairs disarmed
Partition C – Garage armed, house disarmed
Partition D – All except kitchen armed
There are 4 partitions available on the PCX system. You will need to discuss with your installer how the partitions
are to be programmed.
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2.3 Leaving the Building
1.
Enter your PIN code, or present your tag.
2.
Press the
3.
Leave the building by the entry / exit route, closing the door firmly.
4.
If fitted, press the ‘Push to Arm’ button.
5.
The entry / exit tone will cease.
key. The entry / exit tone will start.
This will arm the system using partition A. This partition is usually programmed with all zones active.
2.4 Disarming the System
Upon entering the premises, the entry / exit tone will sound. Enter your PIN code, or present your tag. The system
will disarm, and the entry / exit tone will cease.
2.5 Partial Arming of the System
In some circumstances you may wish to arm only part of the system, leaving some of the building disarmed. For
example, at night you may wish to have the downstairs armed, whilst leaving the upstairs disarmed, or may wish to
have the whole building armed, except for the kitchen, where the dog is.
In this case, follow the procedure below:
Enter your PIN code, or present your tag.
2.
Press the key (A, B, C or D) that corresponds to the security pattern you require.
3.
Press the
4.
Leave the building by the entry / exit route, closing the door firmly, or retire to an unprotected area of the
building.
5.
The entry / exit tone will cease.
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Section 3: Advanced Functions
3.1 Chime Function
The C key can be used to select the Chime function while the system is disarmed. If enabled, a tone will sound every
time an entry / exit door is opened.
Whilst enabled, a ‘C’ will show on the keypad display.
A
B
C
D
PYRONIX
Time
02:30 c
3.2 Deliberately Omitting a Zone
If a zone has been programmed as ‘Omittable’ by your installer, you can leave this zone unarmed whilst arming the
rest of the zones in that partition. Follow the procedure below:
Enter your PIN code or present your tag, and press the
again. The display shows:
key. The system starts to arm. Press the
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The system will now wait 10 seconds for any additional zones to be entered. After 10 seconds the arming
procedure will continue, and the entry / exit tone will sound. Exit the building as normal.
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3.3 Ignoring an Open Zone
You may wish to leave a zone open when you arm the system, for example, leaving a window open during the
summer. You can arm the system so that it ignores this open zone, if your installer has programmed this zone as
‘Omittable’.
To omit a zone during arming, follow the procedure below:
1.
Enter your PIN code or present your tag, and press the
A
B
C
D
Exit via
Zone 02
2.
Press the
key. The display shows:
Omit zones?
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B
C
D
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The system will now wait 10 seconds for any additional zones to be entered. After 10 seconds the arming
procedure will continue, and the entry / exit tone will sound. Exit the building as normal.
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key. The display shows:
3.4 Keypad Personal Attack
You can use your PCX system as a personal attack alarm. Simply press the ‘1’ and ‘4’ keys at the same time. To
cancel the alarm, enter your PIN or present your tag.
Note: This facility is only available if your system has had this feature enabled by your installer.
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Section 4: Manager Mode
NOTE: You can only enter manager mode while the system is disarmed.
4.1 Entering Manager Mode
Enter Manager Mode by keying your 4-digit manager code.
You then have a choice of:
SET DATE AND TIME?
OMIT ZONES?
CHANGE CODES?
REVIEW LOGS?
WALK TEST?
BELL TEST?
TEST PHC COMMUNICATIONS?
ENGINEER MODE?
EXIT MANAGER MODE?
Pressing the
key will take you into a choice (as well as accepting an option when within a choice).
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key will take you from one choice to the next (as well as escaping from within a choice). Pressing
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4.2 Changing Time and Date
YEAR (00-99)
MONTH (01-12)
DAY (01-31)
HOURS (00-23)
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[06]
[20]
[16]
A
B
C
D
Enter the year (e.g., ‘03’ for 2003). Press
A
B
C
D
Enter the month (e.g., ‘06’ for June). Press
A
B
C
D
Enter the day. Press
A
B
C
D
.
.
.
Enter the hours in 24 hour format (e.g., ‘16’ for 4
o’clock in the afternoon). Press
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MINUTES (00-59)
[54]
A
B
C
D
Enter the minutes. Press
Manager Menu.
. You will be at the main
4.3 Changing User Codes & Options
The Change Codes option allows you to assign or change codes for different users, as well as altering their options.
Enter the number for the user you wish to edit.
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B
C
D
User Type
(User)
A
B
C
D
Enter the new code for the user. A code can be 4, 5 or 6
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A
B
C
D
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Enter the user type. Choose from 0 (User) or 1 (Master
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B
C
D
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User Partitions
[ABCD]
A
B
C
D
User Arm Options
Disarm / Arm
[0]
A
B
C
D
Flexi Arm
Yes
[1]
A
B
C
D
Choose the partitions the user will be able to arm and
disarm. Press
.
Enter the Arm Options. Choose 0 (Disarm & Arm), 1
(Disarm Only) or 2 (Arm Only). Press
.
Choose if you wish the user to have FlexiArm. If you
choose o (NO), the user will only be allowed to Arm or
Disarm the partitions assigned above. If you choose 1
(Yes), then the user will be able to choose which
partitions to arm or disarm when entering his code. Press
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You can now add a label to the user. If you do not wish
to add a label, press
follows:
A
B
C
D
User Name
_
. The key functions are as
1 = ABCD 2 = EFGH 3 = IJKL 4 = MNOP 5 = QRST
6 = UVWX 7 = YZ,- 8 = ./01 9 = 2345 0 = 6789
In addition, the ABCD keys are used as follows:
A = capital
B = move cursor left
C = clears cursor / adds a space
D = moves cursor right
For example, to write ‘Ian’, press the:
‘3’ key once to write an ‘i’
‘A’ key once to make the letter a capital
‘D’ key once to move the cursor to the right
‘1’ key once to write an ‘a’
‘D’ key once to move the cursor to the right
‘4’ key twice to write an ‘n’
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REVIEW LOGS?
User Log?
Date and Time
Event
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
.
Press
to choose the User Log, or, if Access Control
Press
is in use, press
the access log.
to toggle between the user log and
to scroll
The last event will be shown. Press
backwards through the log, or use the F and G
keys to scroll backwards and forwards. To exit the log,
press
. To return to the main Manager Menu, press
again
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4.5 Walk Test
The Walk Test enables you to check that all the detectors are working properly. Follow the procedure below:
WALK TEST?
Walk Test Parts
[ABCD]
Walk Test Zones
Zone 01
A
B
C
D
.
Press
Enter the partitions that you wish to test, using the A, B,
A
B
C
D
C and D keys. Once you have chosen them, press
The Walk Test will commence.
.
The zones to be tested will scroll on the bottom line of
the display. Walk around the building, ensuring that you
pass each detector to be tested. As each detector is
activated, a chime will be played, and that zone will be
removed from the scrolling list.
A
B
C
D
When all the detectors have been activated, the display
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B
C
D
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the test, and then
Menu..
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to return to the main Manager
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BELL TEST?
Testing Bell . . .
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Follow the procedure below to test any external sounders connected to the system.
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
Press
.
The bell will sound, and the strobe will flash. When the
test is completed, press
Manager Menu.
to return to the main
4.7 Enter Engineer Menu
This selection is reserved for your service engineer, and cannot be accessed without the Engineer Code.
4.8 Exit Manager Mode
Select this option to save any changes you have made, and return to normal, disarmed mode.
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Section 5: Service Information
We are sure you will be delighted with your PCX Alarm System. For your personal reference here is a record of the
relevant service information.
Service Company………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Date of Installation…………….Day……………………….Month…………………Year………………………….
Site Reference…………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
24 Hour Service Number………………………………………………………………………………………………
Keyholders…………….……………….Name…………………………………Tel…………………………………..
Name……………………………….Tel…………………………………….
Entry Time……………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
Exit Time………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
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Manager Code………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
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Section 6: SMS Messaging System
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Your system may have been configured to send messages to a mobile telephone. If so, the system will call the
appropriate messaging bureau and forward the message to your mobile telephone whenever an event occurs that is
important to you. Message calls are charged at the normal network rate current at the time of the call. The fee for
this service is collected automatically via a premium rate number when the PCX System makes its regular
authorization and routing call to the Messaging computer. Should this call fail, the display will show “PHC Test
Fail” until the next time that the call is made successfully. This acts as a reminder that SMS Message signaling may
not be operational, but will NOT interfere with this, or any other aspect of the alarm system. If you wish to change
the information sent to your mobile telephone, or the mobile telephone number, please contact your alarm system
installation company.
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Engineer Programming Table
Name
Code
Type
Areas
Attributes
Flexi
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JAL
1234
Manager
ABCD
ARM/DISARM
NO
Access RDR
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