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Installation Guide
XT Series™ Panels
MODEL XT30/XT50
XT SERIES™
INSTALLATION GUIDE
 
FCC NOTICE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
This device has been designed to operate with the 1100 Series antenna listed in the Accessory Devices
section, and having a maximum gain of 1.8 dB. Antennas not included in this list or having a gain greater
than 1.8 dB are strictly prohibited for use with this device. The required antenna impedance is 50 ohms.
If necessary, the installer should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician
for additional suggestions. The installer may find the following booklet, prepared by the Federal
Communications Commission, helpful:
“How to identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems.”
This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C. 20402
Stock No. 004-000-00345-4
© 2011 Digital Monitoring Products, Inc.
Information furnished by DMP is believed to be accurate and reliable.
This information is subject to change without notice.
Table of Contents
Panel Specifications
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
Power Supply..........................................1
Communication........................................1
Panel Zones.............................................1
Keypads/Expansion..................................1
Number of Zones.....................................1
Outputs...................................................1
Enclosure Specifications...........................1
Introduction
2.1
2.2
2.3
System Configurations..............................2
Caution Notes..........................................2
Compliance Instructions...........................2
System Components
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Wiring Diagram........................................2
Lightning Protection.................................2
Accessory Devices....................................3
XT30/XT50 Wiring Diagram......................4
Installation
4.1
4.2
4.3
Mounting the Enclosure............................5
Mounting Keypads...................................5
Installation Specifications.........................6
Primary Power Supply
5.1
5.2
5.3
AC terminals 1 and 2................................6
Transformer Types...................................6
Power LED..............................................6
Secondary Power Supply
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
Battery Terminals 3 and 4.........................7
Earth Ground...........................................7
Replacement Period.................................7
Discharge/Recharge.................................7
Battery Supervision..................................7
XT30/XT50 Power Requirements...............7
XT30/XT50 Standby Battery Calculations...8
Bell Output
7.1
Terminals 5 and 6....................................9
Keypad Data Bus
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
Description..............................................9
Terminal 7 - RED.....................................9
Terminal 8 - YELLOW...............................9
Terminal 9 - GREEN.................................9
Terminal 10 - BLACK................................9
Keypad Bus LEDs.....................................9
Programming Connection.........................9
Keypad Addressing...................................9
Overcurrent OVC LED.............................10
Smoke and Glassbreak Detector Output
9.1
Terminal 11...........................................10
Burglary Zones
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
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Description............................................10
Operational Parameters..........................10
Zone Response Time..............................11
Keyswitch Arming Zone..........................11
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Powered Zone for 2-Wire Smoke Detectors
11.1
Terminals 25 and 26...............................11
Annunciator Outputs
12.1
12.2
12.3
Description............................................12
Harness Wiring......................................12
Model 860 Relay Module.........................12
Telephone RJ Connector
13.1
13.2
13.3
Description............................................12
FCC Registration....................................13
Notification............................................13
Ethernet Connector J1
14.1
14.2
Description............................................13
Ethernet LEDs.......................................13
Reset Header J16
15.1
Description............................................13
Flash Load Jumper J18
16.1
Description ...........................................14
Cellular Connections
17.1
Cellular ................................................14
On-Board 1100 Series Wireless Antenna Connection
18.1
18.2
Wireless Antenna ..................................15
LED Operation.......................................15
Wireless Keypads
19.1
19.2
Mounting Keypads.................................15
Wireless Keypad Association...................15
Listed Compliance Specifications
20.1 Introduction..........................................16
20.2 Bypass Reports......................................16
20.3 Current Draw.........................................16
20.4 Battery Standby.....................................16
20.5 Auxiliary and Bell Current.......................16
20.6 Cross Zoning.........................................16
20.7 Software Version....................................16
Household Burglar-Alarm System Units
ANSI/UL 1023
21.1 21.2
21.3
21.4
21.5
21.6
21.7
21.8
Bell Cutoff.............................................16
Entry Delay...........................................16
Exit Delay..............................................16
Wireless External Contact.......................16
Wireless Supervision Time......................16
Wireless Audible Annunciation................16
Panel location........................................16
Test Frequency......................................16
Digital Burglar Alarm Communicator System Units
ANSI/UL 1635
22.1
22.2
22.3
22.4
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Entry Delay...........................................16
Exit Delay..............................................16
Test Frequency......................................16
Automatic Bell Test................................17
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Central Station Burglar Alarm Units
ANSI/UL 1610
23.1
23.2
23.3
Central Station.......................................17
Remote Disarm......................................17
Central Station.......................................17
Household Fire Warning System
ANSI/UL 985 NFPA 72 Specifications
24.1
24.2
24.3
24.4
24.5
24.6
24.7
24.8
24.9
24.10
Bell Output Definition.............................17
Household System.................................17
Household Fire Warning.........................17
Wireless External Contact.......................17
Wireless Supervision Time......................17
Wireless Fire Verification.........................17
Battery Standby.....................................17
Alarm Verification...................................17
Model 860.............................................17
Test Frequency......................................17
California State Fire Marshal Specifications
25.1
Bell Output Definition.............................17
False Alarm Reduction Programmable Options
ANSI/SIA CP-01-2010
26.1 Shipping Defaults and Recommended
Programming.................................................18
26.2 Call Waiting...........................................19
26.3 Entry Delay...........................................19
26.4 Local Bell..............................................19
26.5 Minimum Installation Requirements.........19
Troubleshooting
27.1
26.2
Troubleshooting Section.........................20
Common LCD Keypad Displays................20
Wiring Diagrams
28.1 Multiple Indicating Circuit Modules
Installation....................................................21
Revisions to This Document
Listings and Approvals
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Panel Specifications
1.1
Power Supply
Transformer Input: Plug-in — 16.5 VAC 40 VA, Model 321
Wire-in — 16.5 VAC 40 VA, Model 320
Standby Battery: 12 VDC 7.7 Ah (40 VA transformer charges up to 2 batteries)
Auxiliary Output: 12 VDC at 500mA
Bell Output: 12 VDC at 1.5 Amps
Smoke Detector Output:
12 VDC at 100mA
All circuits inherent power limited
Note: Please see the Listed Compliance Specifications section for certificated application requirements.
1.2
Communication
Built-in SDLC Digital Dialer communication to DMP Model SCS-1R Receivers
Built-in network communication to DMP Model SCS-1R Receivers
Built-in cellular communication to DMP Model SCS-1R Receivers
Built-in CID (Contact ID) dialer communication
1.3
Panel Zones
Nine 1k Ohm EOL burglary zones: zones 1 to 9
One 3.3k Ohm EOL Class B powered fire zone with reset capability: zone 10
1.4
Keypads/Expansion
Connect up to eight supervised alphanumeric keypads.
Connect up to four alphanumeric 9000 Series wireless keypads.
Eight keypads total per panel.
Connect additional unsupervised keypads.
• Thinline™, Aqualite™, Clear Touch™, and Icon keypads
In addition, the following zone expanders can be added:
• One, four, eight and 16-zone expansion modules
• Single-zone PIR and glassbreak detectors
1.5
Number of Zones
•
•
•
•
1.6
Onboard zones 1-10
Eight keypad bus addresses with zones 11-14, 21-24, 31-34, 41-44, 51-54, 61-64, 71-74, and 81-84
Zone numbers 31 to 34 and 41 to 44 can support 1100 Series Key Fobs or DMP wireless output modules
XT50 has 20 additional onboard wireless zones numbered 80-99
Outputs
The XT30/XT50 panels provide four open collector outputs rated for 50mA each. A Model 300 Output Harness
is required. The open collector outputs provide the ground connection for a positive voltage source.
1.7
Enclosure Specifications
The XT30/XT50 panel ships standard in a 340 enclosure with EOL resistors, battery leads, user’s guide, and
programming sheet. All enclosures are constructed using 20-gauge cold rolled steel.
Enclosure
Model
Size
Color
340
12.5” W x 9.5” H x 2.75” D
Gray (G)
349
12.5” W x 11.25” H x 3.5” D
Gray (G)
349A
13.25” W x 11.3” H x 3.6” D
Gray (G)
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Introduction
Introduction
2.1
System Configurations
The panel can be programmed to operate as any of the following system types:
• All/Perimeter system that provides one perimeter area and one interior area
• Home/Sleep/Away system that provides one perimeter, one interior, and one bedroom area. The
bedroom area provides for any protection devices the user wants disarmed during their sleeping hours
and armed in the Away mode.
• Six area system that provides areas of protection that can be independently armed or disarmed.
2.2
Caution Notes
Throughout this guide you will see caution notes containing information you need to know when installing
the panel. These cautions are indicated with a yield sign. Whenever you see a caution note, make sure you
completely read and understand its information. Failing to follow the caution note can cause damage to the
equipment or improper operation of one or more components in the system. See the example shown below.
Always ground the panel before applying power to any devices: The panel must be properly grounded
before connecting any devices or applying power to the panel. Proper grounding protects against
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) that can damage system components.
Remove All Power From the Panel! Remove all AC and Battery power from the panel before installing or
connecting any modules, cards, or wires to the panel.
2.3
Compliance Instructions
For applications that must conform to a local authorities installation standard or a National Recognized Testing
Laboratory certificated system, please see the Listed Compliance Specifications section near the end of this
guide for additional instructions.
System Components
3.1
Wiring Diagram
The system wiring diagram in Figure 1 shows some of the accessory devices you can connect for use in
various applications. A description of each module follows.
3.2
Lightning Protection
Metal Oxide Varistors and Transient Voltage Suppressors help protect against voltage surges on input and
output circuits. This transient protection provides additional resistance to electrical surges such as lighting.
Additional surge protection is available by installing the DMP 370 or 370RJ Lightning Suppressors. The DMP
370 and 370RJ Lightning Suppressors have not been investigated by UL.
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3.3
Accessory Devices
Zone and Output Expansion Modules
710 Bus Splitter/Repeater
Increases keypad wiring distance to 2500 feet.
711 Single Point Zone Expander
Provides one Class B zone for burglary devices and non-powered fire devices.
714, 714-8, 714-16 Zone Expander
Provides Class B zones for burglary and non-powered fire devices. 712-8 Zone Expander
Provides 8 zones for burglary devices.
715, 715-8, 715-16 Zone
Expander
Provides 12 VDC Class B powered zones for smoke detectors, glassbreak detectors, and other
2- or 4-wire devices. 860 Relay Output Module
Provides one relay and three relay sockets for expansion of up to four relays.
Interface Module
734 Wiegand Interface Module
Provides arming, disarming, and codeless entry using access control readers.
DMP Two-Way Wireless Devices
1100D/1100DH/1100DI Receiver
Supports transmitters in residential or commercial wireless operation on the keypad bus.
1100R Repeater
Provides additional range for wireless devices.
1101 Universal Transmitter
Provides both internal and external contacts that may be used at the same time to yield two
individual reporting zones from one wireless transmitter.
1102 Universal Transmitter
Provides one external contact.
1103 Universal Transmitter
Provides both and internal and external contacts that may be used at the same time to
yield two individual reporting zones from one wireless transmitter. Requires EOL resistor for
external contact.
1105 Universal Transmitter
Provides both internal and external contacts that may be used at the same time to yield two
individual reporting zones from one wireless transmitter. *1114 Four-Zone Expander
Provides four wireless zones with EOL resisters.
*1116 Relay Output
Provides one Form C relay.
*1117 LED Annunciator
Provides a visual system status indicator.
*1119 Door Sounder
Provides a battery operated sounder
*1121 PIR Motion Detector
Provides motion detection with pet immunity.
1125 PIR Motion Detector
Provides multiple lens configurations, dual coverage area selection, and sensitivity adjustments.
*1126C/*1126R/*1126W PIR
Motion Detector
Ceiling mount motion detector with panel programmable sensitivity and Disarm/Disable
functionality.
1127C/1127W PIR Motion
Detector
Wall mount motion detector with panel programmable sensitivity and Disarm/Disable
functionality.
*1129 Glassbreak Detector
Detects the shattering of framed glass mounted in an outside wall and provides full-pattern
coverage and false-alarm immunity.
*1131 Recessed Contact
Provides concealed protection for doors, windows or other applications.
1135 Siren
Provides a wireless siren
*1139 Bill Trap
Provides a silent alarm option for retail and banking cash drawers.
1142BC Two-button Panic Belt
Clip Transmitter
Provides portable two-button panic operation.
1142 Two-button Panic Transmitter Provides permanently mounted under-the-counter two-button panic operation.
*1145 (Four-Button)
*1146 (Two-Button)
*1147 (One-Button)
Key Fob transmitters designed to clip onto a key ring or lanyard.
1161 Residential Smoke Detector
Residential smoke detector with sounder.
1162 Residential Smoke Detector
Residential smoke/heat detector with sounder and fixed rate-of-rise heat detector
Keypads
*ePAD™ Virtual Keypads
Allows users to control the security system from any computer in the world using the Internet.
LCD keypads
Allows you to control the panel from various remote locations. Connect up to eight keypads. Model 7060, 7063, 7070, 7073, 7160, 7163, 7170, 7173 Thinline™ keypads, 7060A, 7063A, 7070A, 7073A Aqualite™ keypads, 7360, 7363 Thinline Icon Series keypads, or 7760 Clear
Touch™ keypad to the keypad bus using terminals 7, 8, 9, and 10.
9000 Series LCD keypads
Allows you to control the panel from various remote locations. Connect up to four keypads.
9060, 9063 Wireless Keypads.
* These devices have not been investigated and shall not be used in listed installations
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3.4
XT30/XT50 Wiring Diagram
HOUSEHOLD FIRE WIRING
NFPA 72
USE MARKING
Recognized limited energy cable must be
Commercial Central Station; Household Fire and This equipment should be installed in accordance with Chapter 11
used for connection of all initiating,
of the National Fire Alarm Code, ANSI/NFPA 72-2002, (National
Burglar Warning System Control Unit (DACT,
indicating, and supplementary devices.
Fire Protection Association, Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA
PSDN: IP or Cellular)
02269). Printed information describing proper installation,
POWER LIMITED
operation, testing, maintenance, evacuation planning, and repair
TYPES OF SERVICE
All circuits on the Model XT30/XT50 comply
service is to be provided with this equipment. Warning: Owner’s
Suitable for DACT Central Station.
with the requirements for inherent power
instruction notice, not to be removed by anyone except occupant.
limitation and are Class 2.
Suitable for Household Fire and
Household Burglary. Test weekly.
J20
(For ETL only) SIA CP-01-2007 minimum
J19 Celllular
Wireless
XT30/XT50
Antenna
system is XT30 or XT50, local Bell, and
Antenna
connection
AC
Wiring
must
be
in
conduit
and
exit
out
connection
off premise DACT communication to an Command Processor™ Panel
the left side of the enclosure.
SCS-1R receiver plus ANSI/SIA
Wiring on terminals 5 through 26 must exit
CP-01-2007 classified compatible DMP
J7 RJ
J11 Zone 10 compatibility
right and maintain a 1/4" separation from
Supervision
keypads as indicated in the installation
1
identifier: A
the AC and battery positive wiring.
2
3
guide.
4
J1
Outputs Maximum operating
J3
Ethernet
Phone Line
range:
DMP Transformers
8.8 VDC - 14.2 VDC.
Model 321 – 16.5 VAC 40 VA
Class 2 plug-in.
Model 320 – 16.5 VAC 40 VA
Class 2 wire-in.
RED
Programmer Header J8
Use DMP Model 330 Harness
Plug into
120 VAC
60 Hz
outlet not
controlled
by switch.
s s
Minimum voltage on
Auxiliary output to
process Sensor trips
is 10.4 VDC.
J16
Reset
PROG
Terminals 5-20 are Power Limited.
16 to 18
gauge wire
s
Maximum AC
Wire distance –
16 gauge wire: 70 feet
18 gauge wire: 40 feet
Bell — 10.2 - 13.9 VDC
Total current: 1.5 Amps max.
w/ 40 VA
AUX (RED) — Up to 500mA
auxiliary current at 10.2 13.9 VDC from Terminal 7
Smoke Output: — 100mA at
10.2 - 13.9 VDC Terminal 11
J8
s
Bell
Keypad
Bus
Smoke
Detector
RED
BLACK
Smoke
Switched
Voltage
Output
s
s
Zones 1 to 9
1K Ohm EOL
on each zone
To Keypad
or Zone
Expander
Listed Resistors
1.0k Ohm - DMP Model 311
3.3k Ohm - DMP Model 309
Zone 10
3.3K Ohm EOL
Heat detectors, manual pull stations, or any other
shorting device. Unlimited number of units.
Verification Control Unit
Zone
Delay
10
13.6 sec.
Smoke
Model
______
Detector
Delay
____sec.
For Wireless Devices, Control Unit delay is 0 (zero).
Cold Water
Pipe Earth
Ground
Secondary Power Supply
1.2 Amps maximum charging current. Use only
12 VDC rechargeable batteries. Replace every 3
to 5 years.
1k Ohm
For listed applications the maximum current from a combination of bell
output, auxillary output, and smoke output is 1.6 amps.
Figure 1: System Wiring Diagram
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Installation
4.1
Mounting the Enclosure
The metal enclosure must be mounted in a secure, dry place to protect the panel from damage due to
tampering or the elements. It is not necessary to remove the PCB when installing the enclosure. The PCB
may be installed in the standard 340 Small enclosure, optional 349 Medium enclosure or the optional 349A
Attack enclosure.
The 349A Attack Resistant enclosure is factory shipped with one knockout on the top left of the enclosure. As needed, additional knockouts may be added at the time of installation. See Figure 2 for the positions on
the enclosure that can be added. Each additional knockout must be filled with conduit.
Slide panel PCB into lower enclosure slots
Model 349 Enclosure
J19
Celllular
Antenna
Enclosure
Mounting
Hole
Slide panel PCB between formed metal supports
J7 RJ
Supervision
Model 340 Enclosure
J19
Celllular
Antenna
65555
J7 RJ
Supervision
Enclosure
Mounting
Hole
J3
Phone
Line
J24
Celllular
header
for 263G
J1
Ethernet
J11
Outputs
J1
Ethernet
1
2
3
4
J16
Reset
Programming
Enclosure
Mounting
Hole
J11
1
2
3
4
Panel
PCB
screw
Panel
PCB
screw
Programming
J18
Load
RED
J16
Reset
RED
J20
Wireless
Antenna
connection
J24
Celllular
header
for 263G
J8
J20
Wireless
Antenna
connection
Outputs
J8
Panel
PCB
screw
J3
Phone
Line
J18
Load
65555
Panel
PCB
screw
Dual 1/2" and 3/4" Conduit Knockout
Dual 1/2" and 3/4" Conduit Knockouts
Enclosure Mounting Holes
Enclosure Mounting Holes
Battery Shelf
Battery Shelf
Slide panel PCB between formed metal supports
Model 349A Enclosure
J19 Celllular
Antenna
connection
J24 Celllular
header for
263G
connection
65555
J7 RJ
Supervision
J3
Phone Line
TX RX
Wireless LEDs
J18
Load
J1
Ethernet
J11
1
2
3
4
Outputs
XT Series Panel
OVC LED
Power
LED
*
J20
Wireless
Antenna
connection
(XT50 only)
RCV
J8
XMIT
Programming
J16
Reset
3-Hole
Pattern for
Accessory
Modules
*
*
Dual 1 3/4" and 1 3/8" Conduit Knockouts
* 349A Optional Knockout
*
Battery Shelf
Front and
Rear Tamper
Switches for
350A Attack
Resistant
Enclosure
*
Figure 2: Standard 340 Enclosure (upper left), Optional 349 Enclosure (upper right),
Optional 349A Enclosure (bottom)
4.2
Mounting Keypads
DMP keypads have removable covers that allow the base to be mounted on a wall or other flat surface using
the screw holes provided on each corner.
For mounting keypads on solid walls, or for applications where conduit is required, use a DMP 695 or 696
keypad conduit backbox.
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4.3
Installation Specifications
Several factors determine the performance characteristics of the keypad bus: the length of wire used, the
number of devices connected, and the voltage at each device. When planning a keypad bus installation,
keep in mind the following four specifications:
1.DMP recommends using 18 or 22-gauge unshielded wire for all keypad circuits. Do not use twisted pair
or shielded wire for keypad bus data circuits.
2.On keypad bus circuits, to maintain auxiliary power integrity when using 22-gauge wire do not exceed
500 feet. When using 18-gauge wire do not exceed 1,000 feet. To increase the wire length or to add
devices, install an additional power supply.
Note: Each panel allows a specific number of supervised keypads. Add additional keypads in the
unsupervised mode. Refer to the panel installation guide for the specific number of supervised keypads
allowed.
3.Maximum distance for any one bus circuit (length of wire) is 2,500 feet regardless of the wire gauge. This distance can be in the form of one long wire run or multiple branches with all wiring totaling no
more than 2,500 feet. As wire distance from the panel increases, DC voltage on the wire decreases. 4.Maximum voltage drop between the panel (or auxiliary power supply) and any device is 2.0 VDC. If the
voltage at any device is less than the required level, add an auxiliary power supply at the end of the
circuit. When voltage is too low, the devices cannot operate properly. For additional information refer to the 710 Installation Sheet (LT-0310) and or the LX-Bus/Keypad Bus Wiring
Application Note (LT-2031).
Primary Power Supply
5.1
AC terminals 1 and 2
Connect the transformer wires to terminals 1 and 2 on the panel. Use no more than 70 ft. of 16 gauge, or
40 ft. of 18 gauge, wire between the transformer and the panel to deliver a minimum of 15.5 VAC when
500mA of current draw is used from the auxiliary power supply terminal 7.
Always ground the panel before applying power to any devices: The panel must be properly grounded
before connecting any devices or applying power to the panel. Proper grounding protects against
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) that can damage system components. See Earth ground, in the Secondary
Power Supply section.
5.2
Transformer Types
The transformer for the panel is 16.5 VAC 40 VA, which provides up to 1.5 Amps of bell output current,
500mA of auxiliary current, and 100mA of smoke detector output. You can use either the Model 320 wire-in
or 321 plug-in transformer with the panel. The total current available is limited by the total battery standby
requirements of the installation.
The transformer must be connected to a 120 VAC 60 Hz commercial power outlet that is not con­trolled by a
wall switch. Never share the transformer output with any other equipment.
5.3
Power LED
When either AC transformer power or DC battery power is connected to the panel the PWR LED shows steady
green.
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Secondary Power Supply
6.1
Battery Terminals 3 and 4
Connect the black battery lead to the negative battery terminal. The negative terminal connects to the
enclosure ground internally through the XT30 or XT50 circuit board. Connect the red battery lead to the
positive battery terminal. Observe polarity when connecting the battery.
Add a second battery in parallel
using the DMP Model 318 Dual Battery
Harness. DMP requires each battery
be separated by a PTC in the battery
harness wiring to protect each battery
from a reversal or short within the
circuit. See Figure 3.
Use sealed lead-acid batteries
only: Use 12 VDC sealed lead-acid
rechargeable battery. Batteries
supplied by DMP have been tested
to ensure proper charging with DMP
products.
GEL CELL BATTERIES CANNOT BE USED
WITH THE XT30/XT50 PANEL.
6.2
XT30/XT50
Command Processor
Panel
AC AC +B –B BELL GND
1
To AC
Red
318 Battery
Harness
Red
3
4
5
6
Panel Red and
Black Battery Cables
Black
14AWGto
EarthGround
PTC
To Bell
Circuit
Black
Battery
2
Battery
Figure 3: Wiring Multiple Batteries
Earth Ground
Terminal 4 of the panel must be connected to earth ground using 14 gauge or larger wire to provide proper
transient suppression. DMP recommends connecting to a metal cold water pipe or ground rod only. Do not
connect to electrical conduit or a telephone company ground.
6.3
Replacement Period
DMP recommends replacing the battery every 3 to 5 years under normal use.
6.4
Discharge/Recharge
The panel battery charging circuit float charges at 13.9 VDC at a maximum current of 1.2 Amps using a 40 VA
transformer. The total current available is reduced by the combined auxiliary current draw from terminals
7, 11, and 25. The various battery voltage levels are listed below:
Battery Trouble:
Battery Restored:
6.5
Below 11.9 VDC
Above 12.6 VDC
Battery Supervision
The panel tests the battery once every hour when AC power is present. This test occurs 15 minutes past
each hour and lasts for five seconds. A load is placed on the battery and if its voltage falls below 11.9 VDC a
low battery is detected. If AC power has failed, a low battery is detected any time the battery voltage falls
below 11.9 VDC.
If a low battery is detected with AC power present, the test is repeated every two minutes until the battery
charges above 12.6 VDC; the battery restored voltage. If a faulty battery is replaced with a fully charged
battery, the restored battery will not be detected until the next two-minute test is done.
6.6
XT30/XT50 Power Requirements
During AC power failure, the panel and all auxiliary devices connected draw their power from the battery.
All devices must be taken into consideration when calculating the battery standby capacity. On the
following page is a list of the power requirements of the panel. Add the additional current draw of DMP
keypads, smoke detector output, and any other auxiliary devices used in the system for the total current
required. The total is then multiplied by the total number of standby hours required to arrive at the total
Ampere-hours required.
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6.7
XT30/XT50 Standby Battery Calculations
Standby Battery Power Calculations
Alarm Current
XT30 Panel
XT50 Panel
Built-in Network (additional current)
Built-in Cellular (additional current)
Active Zones 1-9
Active Zone 10
2-Wire Smoke Detectors
Panel Bell Output
x 125mA ______mA
x 145mA ______
x 145mA ______
x 18mA ______
x 1.6mA ______
x
4mA ______
0.1mA ______
263G Digital Cellular Communicator
x
1100D Wireless Receiver
x
1100DH Wireless High Power Receiver
1100DI Wireless In-Line Receiver
x
7060/7160 Thinline/7060A Aqualite Keypad
7063/7163 Thinline/7063A Aqualite Keypad
7360 Thinline Icon Keypad
7363 Thinline Icon Keypad
7070/7170 Thinline/7070A Aqualite Keypad
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
7073/7173 Thinline/7073A Aqualite Keypad
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
734 Wiegand Interface Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
738A Ademco Wireless Interface Module
x
x
x
x
x
708 Bus Extender Module (one pair)
x
710 Bus Splitter/Repeater Module
714 Zone Expansion Modules
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
712-8 Zone Expansion Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
714-8, 714-16 Zone Expansion Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
715 Zone Expansion Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
2-Wire Smokes
715-8, 715-16 Zone Expansion Modules
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
2-Wire Smokes
Aux. Powered Devices on Terminals 7 and 11
Other than Keypads and Modules
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
125mA
145mA
145mA
18mA
*2mA
30mA
0.1mA
Max.
______mA
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
Qty ______
Qty ______
Qty ______
1500mA
x
x
x
x
18mA ______
Qty ______
x
40mA ______
Qty ______
x
x 160mA ______
Qty ______
160mA ______
Qty ______
30mA ______
x
x
x
x
30mA ______
72mA
85mA
60mA
73mA
72mA
1.6mA
85mA
1.6mA
15mA
1.6mA
75mA
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
20mA ______
30mA
7mA
1.6mA
17mA
1.6mA
20mA
1.6mA
7mA
4mA
.1mA
20mA
4mA
.1mA
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______mA
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Qty ______
x
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
Total Standby ______mA
Total Standby______mA x number of Standby Hours ______ =
needed ______mA
Total Alarm
+
18mA ______
40mA ______
87mA
100mA
67mA
80mA
87mA
*2mA
100mA
*2mA
15mA
*2mA
75mA
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
20mA ______
30mA
7mA
*2mA
17mA
*2mA
20mA
*2mA
7mA
*30mA
.1mA
20mA
*30mA
.1mA
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______mA
Total Alarm ______mA
________mA-hours
________mA-hours
________mA-hours
Total X .001
* Based on 10% of active zones in alarm condition.
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Bell Output
7.1
Terminals 5 and 6
Nominal 12 VDC is supplied by terminal 5 on the panel to power alarm bells or horns. The output is rated
for a maximum of 1.5 Amps with a 40 VA transformer. This output can be steady, pulsed, or Temporal Code 3
depending upon the Bell Action specified in Output Options programming. Terminal 6 is the ground reference
for the bell circuit. If using a horn or siren, a 1k 0hm resister should be added across the bell circuit for
supervision.
Keypad Data Bus
8.1
Description
Terminals 7, 8, 9, and 10 of the panel are designated as the keypad data bus. In addition to keypads,
the XT30/XT50 allows the connection of any combination of zone expansion modules, 5845LX Glassbreak
Detectors, and 6155LX PIRs to the keypad bus up to the maximum of eight devices.
8.2
Terminal 7 - RED
Nominal 12 VDC is supplied at terminal 7 to power keypads and zone expanders. This is also where power
for any auxiliary device is supplied. The ground reference for terminal 7 is terminal 10. The maximum
output is rated at 500mA. All auxiliary devices totaled together must not exceed the Terminal 7 maximum
current rating of 500mA. When the number of keypads or other expansion devices attached exceeds the
amount of output current available, attach an external power supply as defined in the Model 710 Installation
Sheet (LT-0310).
8.3
Terminal 8 - YELLOW
Data receive from keypads and zone expanders.
8.4
Terminal 9 - GREEN
Data transmit to keypads and zone expanders.
8.5
Terminal 10 - BLACK
Terminal 10 is the ground reference for LCD keypads, zone expanders, and any auxiliary devices being
powered by terminals 7 and 11.
8.6
Keypad Bus LEDs
The two LEDs located just above terminal 13 indicate keypad transmit data (XMIT) and keypad receive
data (RCV). The bottom LED flashes green to indicate data being transmitted from the panel. The top LED
flashes yellow to indicate data being received by the panel from keypads, zone expanders, etc.
8.7
Programming Connection
A locking 4-pin header (J8) is provided to connect a keypad when using a DMP Model 330 Programming Cable. This provides a quick and easy connection for programming the panel.
8.8
Keypad Addressing
Keypad Bus expansion zones are numbered in groups of four corresponding to the address. Example: address
1 is zones 11-14 and address 5 is zones 51-54. There are a maximum of 32 zones possible on the Keypad Bus.
All keypad zones terminate with a 1k 0hm EOL resister.
Address
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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Zone Number
11-14
21-24
31-34
41-44
51-54
61-64
71-74
81-84
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8.9
Overcurrent OVC LED
The Overcurrent LED (OVC) lights Red when the devices
connected to the Keypad Bus draw more current than the
auxiliary output rating. The OVC LED is located above
terminals 9 and 10 as shown in Figure 4. When the OVC LED
lights Red, the Keypad bus/auxiliary power (terminal 7) and
the Programming header (J8) shut down.
J7 RJ
Supervision
J3
Phone Line
OVC LED
Smoke and Glassbreak Detector Output
9.1
Power
LED
Terminal 11
Nominal 12 VDC at 100mA maximum (shared by terminal 25)
is supplied at terminal 11 to power 4-wire smoke detectors or
other auxiliary powered devices. This output can be turned
off by the user for 5 seconds using the Sensor Reset option
in the User Menu. Terminal 10 is the ground reference for
terminal 11.
Figure 4: OVC LED location
Burglary Zones
10.1 Description
On XT30/XT50 panels, terminals 12 to 24 are the nine burglary zones. For programming purposes, the zone
numbers are 1 to 9. The zone configurations on terminals 12 to 24 are described below. Terminal Function
Terminal
Function
12
Zone 1 voltage sensing
19
Ground for zones 5 & 6
13
Ground for zones 1 & 2
20
Zone 6 voltage sensing
14
Zone 2 voltage sensing
21
Zone 7 voltage sensing
15
Zone 3 voltage sensing
22
Ground for zones 7, 8, & 9
16
Ground for zones 3 & 4 23
Zone 8 voltage sensing
17
Zone 4 voltage sensing
24
Zone 9 voltage sensing
18
Zone 5 voltage sensing
The voltage sensing terminal measures the voltage across the 1k Ohm End-of-Line resistor and the zone’s
ground terminal. Dry contact sensing devices can be used in series (normally-closed) or in parallel
(normally-open) with any of the burglary protection zones.
10.2 Operational Parameters
Each burglary protection zone detects three conditions: open, normal, and short. The parameters for each are listed below:
Condition
Open
Normal
Short
Resistance on zone
over 1300 ohms
600 to 1300 ohms
under 600 ohms
1K Ohm
Normally
Closed
1K Ohm
Normally Open
Voltage on zone terminal
over 2.0 VDC
1.2 to 2.0 VDC
under 1.2 VDC
1K Ohm
Combination Normally Open
and Normally Closed
Figure 5: Protection Zone Contact Wiring
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10.3 Zone Response Time
A condition must be present on a zone for 500 milliseconds before it is detected by the panel. Ensure
detection devices used on the protec­tion zones are rated for use with this delay.
10.4 Keyswitch Arming Zone
You can use a momentary keyswitch on a zone programmed as an Arming type for use in arming and
disarming the system without a code.
Powered Zone for 2-Wire Smoke Detectors
11.1 Terminals 25 and 26
A resettable 2-wire Class B powered zone is provided on terminals 25 (positive) and 26 (negative) of the
panel. For programming purposes, the zone number is 10 on the XT30/XT50. The zone uses a Model 309,
3.3k Ohm EOL resistor (provided with the panel) and has an operating range of 8.8 to 13.9 VDC.
The compatibility identifier is: B
Caution: Sensor reset on zone 10 will drop power to devices on this zone, causing the panel to sense an
open condition on all zone types other than Fire, Fire Verify, and Supervisory. Whenever non-Fire and nonSupervisory zone types are used on zone 10, make the appropriate adjustments to the zone’s Armed Action
to prevent false alarms from occurring.
# of
Detectors
Zone
Expansion
Modules
HD-6
7
715, 715-8,
715-16, 725
S09A
12
715, 715-8,
715-16
Manufacturer
Model
Detector
ID
DMP/Hochiki
SLR-835B
Sentrol/ESL
429AT, 521B, 521BXT
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Annunciator Outputs
12.1 Description
The four annunciator outputs can be programmed to indicate the activity of the panel’s zones or conditions
occurring on the system. Annunciator outputs do not provide a voltage but instead switch-to-ground voltage
from another source. The outputs can respond to any of the conditions listed below:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Activation by zone condition: Steady, Pulse, Momentary, or Follower
Manually from the keypad
Communication failure
Armed area annunciation
Fire Alarm or Fire Trouble
6) Ambush alarm
7) Exit and Entry timers
8) System Ready
9) Late to Close
12.2 Harness Wiring
The open collector outputs are accessible by installing the DMP 300 Harness on the 4-pin header labeled J11. The output locations are shown below.
Output Color Wire
1
2
Red
Yellow
Output Color Wire
1
2
3
4
Green
Black
3
4
12.3 Model 860 Relay Module
Connect a Model 860 Relay Module to the panel to provide relays for the annunciator outputs that can be
used for electrical isolation between the alarm panel and other systems or for switching voltage to control
various functions. The module includes one relay and provides three additional sockets for expansion of up
to four relays. Power is supplied to the relay coils from the panel keypad bus. The 860 mounts inside the
panel enclosure using the 3-hole mounting configuration. Plastic standoffs are provided with the module for
ease of installation. A 4-wire harness is also provided that connects the Model 860 to the panel. Relay Contact Rating: 1 Amp at 30 VDC
Telephone RJ Connector
13.1 Description
Connect the panel to the public telephone network by installing a DMP 356 RJ Cable between the panel’s J3
connector and the RJ31X or RJ38X phone jack. CAUTION - To reduce the risk of fire, use only No. 26 AWG or
larger telecommunication line cord, such as DMP Model 356 Series Phone Cords.
A two pin header labeled RJ SUP (J7) is provided to allow monitoring of the telephone cable connected
between the panel and a RJ38X jack (pins 2 and 7 jumpered). Attach a DMP Model 306 Harness between J7
and any available zone. The J7 pins are connected via the telephone cable to the RJ38X jack pins 2 and 7. The RJ38X jack provides a jumper between pins 2 and 7 which completes the circuit. Program the zone as a
Supervisory type (SV). When the telephone cable is removed, the keypad displays zone trouble and produces
a steady tone.
To Telephone
Line
Ring
Tip
5
4
6
3
7
2
1
8
To Premise
Phone(s)
Ring1
RJ31X or RJ38X
Phone Block
Tip 1
Figure 6: Phone Jack Wiring
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13.2 FCC Registration
The panel complies with FCC part 68 and is registered with the FCC.
Registration number: CCKAL00BXT50
Ringer Equivalence: 0.0B
13.3 Notification
Registered terminal equipment must not be repaired by the user. In case of trouble, the device must be
immediately unplugged from the telephone jack. The factory warranty provides for repairs. Registered
terminal equipment may not be used on party lines or in connection with coin telephones. No­tification must
be given to the telephone company with the following information:
a. The particular line(s) the service is connected to
b. The FCC registration number
c. The ringer equivalence
d. The make, model, and serial number of the device
Ethernet Connector J1
14.1 Description
The Ethernet Connector (J1) is available on the Network version and connects directly to an Ethernet
network using a standard patch cable.
14.2 Ethernet LEDs
The two LEDs, located on the left side of the J1 Ethernet Connector, indicate network operation. The top,
Link LED is a steady green light when an ethernet cable is connected. The bottom, Activity LED flashes
yellow to indicate messages are being received or transmitted.
Reset Header J16
15.1 Description
The reset header is located just above the terminal strip on the right side of the circuit board and is used
to reset the XT30/XT50 microprocessor. To reset the panel when first installing the system, install the reset
jumper before applying power to the panel. After connecting the AC and battery, remove the reset jumper.
To reset the panel while the system is operational, for example, prior to reprogramming, install the reset
jumper without powering down the system. Remove the reset jumper after one or two seconds.
After resetting the panel, begin programming within 30 minutes. If you wait longer than 30 minutes, you
must reset the panel again.
XT30/XT50 Panel
J19 Celllular
Antenna
connection
65555
J24 Celllular
header for
263G
connection
J7 RJ
Supervision
J3
Phone Line
TX RX
Wireless LEDs
J18
Load
J1
Ethernet
J11
1
2
3
4
Outputs
OVC LED
Power
LED
J20
Wireless
Antenna
connection
RCV
J8
XMIT
Programming
Momentarily
place the Reset
jumper over both
of the J16 pins to
reset the panel.
J16
Reset
Figure 9: Panel Showing the Reset Jumper Wires
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16.1 Description
Flash Load Jumper J18
The XT Series panel software can be updated via the panel’s programming (PROG) header. To update the
XT30/50 panel with a new software version, complete the following steps at the protected premise:
1. Place a jumper across the Reset (J16) header and then remove the yellow and green wires from keypad
bus terminals 8 and 9.
2. Connect a DMP 399 Cable from the J8 Programming Header to the serial port of your PC operating
Remote Link and containing the XT RU file. Requires Remote Link 1.43 or higher.
3. Start Remote Link and create or open the XT Series control panel account that matches the panel to be updated.
4. Set the Connection Information Type to Direct with a baud rate of 38400 and choose the appropriate COM port.
5. Select Panel>Remote Update, then select the correct RU file for the XT panel model.
6. While placing a short across the LOAD (J18) header, remove the jumper from the Reset (J16) header.
Click <Update> in Remote Link.
7. After the software version is updated, remove the short from the LOAD header. Place the jumper
across Reset (J16) then remove the 399 cable.
8. Replace the yellow and green wires to terminals 8 and 9.
9. Remove Reset (J16) jumper to resume normal panel operation.
Cellular Connections
17.1 Cellular
The XT30/XT50 Cellular option is available built-in at the factory or as an optional add-on module, Model
263G. The J19 SMA cellular antenna connector is provided for the built-in cellular version and protrudes
through the top of the enclosure.
If the panel is not purchased with built-in cellular, then the J24 header is provided to connect a 263G Digital
Cellular Communicator as an add-on. The 263G Digital Cellular Communicator provides a cellular antenna
connection that protrudes through the top of the enclosure similar to J19.
1100 Series
Antenna
(XT50)
J19 Celllular
Antenna
connector
65555
Built-in Cellular
Module
J24 Celllular
headerfor
263G
connection
J20
1100 Series
Wireless Antenna
connection
WirelessLEDs
TX RX
J18
Load
J1
Ethernet
RCV
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1
2
3
4
Outputs
J8
XMIT
Programming
Connect
antenna to
rightside
only J11
J16
Reset
Figure 9: Cellular and 1100 Series Wireless Antenna Connections
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On-Board 1100 Series Wireless Antenna Connection
18.1 Wireless Antenna
The XT50 Wireless Antenna terminal block J20 is located at the top right corner of the circuit board. The
antenna installs through a small opening in the top of the enclosure and is attached to the panel using the
right terminal. The left terminal is not used.
The XT50 built-in wireless operates with DMP 1100 Series transmitters. See section 3.4 for a list of accessory
devices.
18.2 LED Operation
Green (TX): With a wireless house code enabled, the green LED flashes every time the receiver transmits
(32 times per second). If a house code is not programmed in the panel, the panel is reset, or the panel is
powered off, the green LED will be off. Under normal operation, the green LED flashes constantly with no
interruption or change.
Yellow (RX): The yellow LED flashes every time the receiver hears a message from a programmed wireless
transmitter. When a message is sent by a transmitter, typically by pressing or releasing the tamper switch,
the yellow LED should flash indicating that the receiver received a message from the transmitter. If the
LED never flashes, the transmitter is not getting through to the receiver. This could be because of a
misprogrammed serial number or the transmitter is too far away. Under normal operation, the yellow LED
will flash at every trip of every wireless transmitter and occasionally when the transmitters perform their
periodic check-in. It is not unusual for this LED to stay off for many minutes at a time when no transmitters
are communicating.
Wireless Keypads
19.1 Mounting Keypads
DMP keypads have removable covers that allow the base to be mounted on a wall, desk stand or other flat
surface using the screw holes provided on each corner.
19.2 Wireless Keypad Association
Enable Wireless Keypad Association operation on both the keypad and panel.
To enable association operation in the keypad, access the Installer Options Menu (3577 (INST)) and select RF
Survey). The keypad logo LEDs turn on Red until association is successful.
RCV
To enable association operation in the XT30/XT50 panel, reset panel 3 times
within 12 seconds. Allow the keypad bus Transmit/Receive LEDs to turn back
on between each reset.
J8
XMIT
Programming
For 60 seconds the panel listens for wireless keypads that are in the Installer
Options Menu (3577 CMD) and have not been programmed, or associated into
another panel. Those keypads are assigned to the first open device position
automatically based upon the order in which they are detected. The keypad logo turns Green to indicate it
has been associated with the panel.
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Listed Compliance Specifications
20.1 Introduction
The programming and installation specifications contained in this section must be completed when installing
the XT30/XT50 in accordance with any of the ANSI/UL burglary standards. Additional specifications may be
required by a particular standard.
20.2 Bypass Reports
The bypass reports must be programmed as YES for all listed burglary applications.
20.3 Current Draw
The total current draw from a combination of auxiliary, smoke, and bell output terminals must not exceed
1.6 Amps.
20.4 Battery Standby
For 24 Hour battery standby operation, use 9.0Ah batteries.
20.5 Auxiliary and Bell Current
For UL listed applications, the maximum auxiliary current is 400mA, and the maximum bell current is 500mA.
20.6 Cross Zoning
Each zone must have the capability of protecting the common area individually.
20.7 Software Version
For UL listed applications, the minimum software version must be Version 103. Household Burglar-Alarm System Units
ANSI/UL 1023
21.1 Bell Cutoff
The bell cutoff time cannot be less than four minutes.
21.2 Entry Delay
The maximum entry delay used must not be more than 45 seconds. 21.3 Exit Delay
The maximum exit delay used must not be more than 60 seconds.
21.4 Wireless External Contact
When used, the External Contact of 1101, 1102 or 1105 must be programmed Normally Closed.
21.5 Wireless Supervision Time
The Zone Information Supervision Time cannot be set to 0 (zero). 21.6 Wireless Audible Annunciation
The Wireless Audible option must be selected as DAY for residential applications.
21.7 Panel location
Mount panel inside protected area.
21.8 Test Frequency
The Test Frequency option must be programmed to send a report at least once every 30 days.
Digital Burglar Alarm Communicator System Units
ANSI/UL 1635
22.1 Entry Delay
The maximum entry delay used must not be more than 60 seconds.
22.2 Exit Delay
The maximum exit delay used must not be more than 60 seconds.
22.3 Test Frequency
The Test Frequency option must be programmed to send a report once every 24 hours.
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22.4 Automatic Bell Test
This option must be programmed as YES.
Central Station Burglar Alarm Units
ANSI/UL 1610
23.1 Central Station
Digital Dialer Central Station (DACT) service for commercial application can be provided by adding a listed
local audible signal appliance and placing the XT30 or XT50 panel into the Model 349A Attack Resistant
Enclosure.
23.2 Remote Disarm
REMOTE DISARM must be programmed as NO.
23.3 Central Station
MESSAGE TO TRANSMIT programming for zones must not be set to LOCAL (L).
Household Fire Warning System
ANSI/UL 985 NFPA 72 Specifications
24.1 Bell Output Definition
The bell output of the Model XT30/XT50 must be programmed to operate steady on burglary alarms and
temporal on fire alarms. See the XT30/XT50 Programming Guide.
24.2 Household System
An alarm sounding device must be installed indoors so that it is clearly heard in all sleeping areas.
24.3 Household Fire Warning
Recognized limited energy cable must be used for connection of all initiating, indicating, and supplementary
devices.
24.4 Wireless External Contact
When used, the External Contact of 1101, 1102 or 1105 must be programmed Normally Closed. See the XT30/XT50 Programming Guide.
24.5 Wireless Supervision Time
The Zone Information Supervision Time must be 3 minutes for fire devices. See the XT30/XT50 Programming
Guide.
24.6 Wireless Fire Verification
When used, the Model 1161 and 1162 wireless smoke detectors must not be programmed as Fire Verification
(FV) zone type. See the XT30/XT50 Programming Guide.
24.7 Battery Standby
For UL listed applications, the panel must have 24 Hour battery standby operation.
24.8 Alarm Verification
Alarm Verification must only be enabled on smoke detectors that do not employ an integral alarm
verification feature.
24.9 Model 860
When using the Model 860 Relay Output, a fire and non-fire device must not share a relay.
24.10Test Frequency
The Test Frequency option must be programmed to send a report at least once every 30 days.
California State Fire Marshal Specifications
25.1 Bell Output Definition
The bell output of the Model XT30/XT50 must be programmed to operate steady on burglary alarms and
temporal on fire alarms. XT30/XT50 Installation Guide
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False Alarm Reduction Programmable Options ANSI/SIA CP-01-2010
26.1 Shipping Defaults and Recommended Programming
SIA CP-01 FEATURE
PARAGRAPH # AND
DESCRIPTION
DMP PROGRAMMING
GUIDE LT‑0981
SECTION #
REQUIREMENT
Required
(Programmable)
4.2.2.1 Exit Time
8.6 Exit Delay
4.2.2.2 Progress
Annunciation
13.14 Prewarn Address Allowed
4.2.2.3 Exit Time Restart 8.6 Exit Delay
Required Option
RANGE
SHIPPING
DEFAULT
RECOMMENDED
PROGRAMMING*
45 sec. - 250 sec.
60
Seconds
60 Seconds
Individual keypads
may be disabled per
zone
All
keypads
enabled
All keypads enabled
For re-entry during
exit time
Enabled
Enabled
Required Option
4.2.2.5 Auto Stay Arm on 8.17 Occupied Premise
(except for
Unvacated Premises
- See Install Guide remote arming)
Occupied Premise NO/
Enabled
YES option
Enabled Yes
for Residential
Applications
4.2.4.4 Exit Time and
Not Available on
Progress Annunciation/
Remote Arming
Disable - for Remote Arm
Allowed Option
Progress Annunciation
Always disabled for
Remote Arming
Not
Available
Remote Arming not
allowed for CP-01
installations.
4.2.3.1 Entry Delay(s)
8.5 Entry Delay
Required
(Programmable)
30 sec. – 240 Sec. **
30
Seconds
At least 30 Seconds **
4.2.5.1 Abort Window –
for Non‑Fire Zones
3.3 Transmit Delay
Required Option
Disable by zone or
zone type
Enabled
NT DY EX Enabled
Zone
4.2.5.1 Abort Window
Time – for Non-Fire
Zones
3.3 Transmit Delay
Required
(Programmable)
20 sec., 30 sec., or
40 sec. **
30
Seconds
4.2.5.1.2 Abort
Annunciation
3.3 Transmit Delay
Required Option
Annunciate that no
Yes
alarm was transmitted
Yes
4.2.5.4.1 Cancel
Annunciation
Always Enabled - Not
Programmable
Required Option
Annunciate that
a Cancel was
transmitted (S49)
Always
Enabled
Yes
4.2.6.1 & 4.2.6.2 Duress
Feature
User Code + 1 =
Ambush Code Not
Available
Allowed Option
No 1 + derivative of
another user code/no
duplicates with other
user codes
Code +1
Always
Disabled
Not Programmable
4.3.1 Cross Zoning
13.16 Cross Zone
Required Option
Yes/No Zone
Programming
No
Enabled using two or
more programmed
zones
4.3.1 Programmable
Cross Zoning Time
8.7 Cross Zone Time
Allowed
4 sec. - 250 sec.
0 Seconds
Per walk path in
protected premises
4.3.2 Swinger Shutdown
Not Available — Always
Required
On
1-6 trips
2 trips
2 trips
4.3.2 Swinger Shutdown
Disable
13.13 Swinger Bypass
Allowed
For non-police
response zones
Yes
Enabled (all zones)
4.3.3 Fire Alarm
Verification
13.5 Zone Type
Required Option
FV Type Zone
No
Yes as required (unless
sensors can self verify)
3.17 First Telephone
Number
Required Option
At least 20 Seconds **
Include *70P in
Enabled if user has
Disabled
Telephone Number
call waiting
Test all protection
4.6.3 System Test
17.5 Walk Test
Allowed
N/A
N/A
devices
4.6.5 Communications
17.5 Walk Test
Not Allowed
N/A
N/A
N/A
* Programming at installation may be subordinate to other listed requirements for the intended application.
** For listed Installations, combined Entry Delay and Transmit Delay should not exceed 1 minute.
4.5 Call Waiting Cancel
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26.2 Call Waiting
The Call Waiting default setting is disabled. To cancel the Call Waiting feature, program * (star) 7 0 P
(pause), the standard telephone code prefix that cancels call waiting, into the telephone number string. Cancel Call Waiting for telephone lines that have Call Waiting operational on the telephone line. See the
XT30/XT50 Programming Guide.
Caution: A call waiting cancel programmed on a non-call waiting telephone line, would prevent
communication to the central station.
26.3 Entry Delay
Only use Entry Delay 1. Do not use Entry Delay 2. See the XT30/XT50 Programming Guide.
26.4 Local Bell
All non-fire zones such as Night, Day, Exit, Aux1 and Aux 2 must be programmed for local bell enabled with
a bell cutoff time set to a minimum of 6 minutes to provide a cancel window of 5 minutes or greater. This
does not apply to manually operated zone types such as Panic and Emergency.
26.5 Minimum Installation Requirements
SIA CP-01-2010 minimum system installation requirements include an XT30 or XT50, a local Bell, and off
premise DACT communication to an SCS-1R receiver plus one of the following compatible keypads.
7060, 7063, 7070, 7073, 7160, 7163, 7170, or 7173 Thinline™ keypads
7060A, 7063A, 7070A, or 7073A Aqualite™ keypads
7360 or 7363 Thinline™ Icon keypads
7760 Clear Touch™ keypad
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Troubleshooting
27.1 Troubleshooting Section
Troubleshooting
This section provides troubleshooting information for use when installing or servicing an XT30/XT50 system.
Problem
Possible Cause
Keypad displays “SYSTEM TROUBLE”
Keypad keyboard is not functional.
When a key is pressed, only a short
beep is emitted.
Keypad XMIT Green LED is off
Keypad RCV Yellow LED is off
Possible Solutions
J16 Jumper is installed.
Remove the J16 reset jumper. Open or short on the green data wire to
the keypad.
Check for broken or shorted wires between
the panel and the keypad. Bad keypad or zone expander is affecting
the Green data wire.
Replace keypad or zone expander.
Open or short on the yellow data wire to
the keypad.
Check for broken or shorted wires between
the panel and the keypad. Bad keypad or zone expander. is affecting
the Yellow data wire.
Replace keypad or zone expander.
Panel is reset.
Remove J16 jumper.
Flash Load enabled.
Remove J18 jumper and reset panel.
Keypad/expanders are not connected to panel.
Connect keypad/expanders.
Keypad/expanders are greater than five.
Check keypad/expanders address.
Keypad beeps when keys are pressed,
but will not allow the user to arm or
disarm, or enter the User Menu.
Two or more keypads are assigned to the
same address.
Set each keypad on the system to a unique
address.
Power LED is off.
AC/Battery is not connected.
Connect AC power and/or battery.
Overcurrent OVC LED turns Red
Too many devices attached to auxiliary.
Maximum current draw is 500 mA.
Wireless Green TX LED is off.
Wireless House Code is not programmed.
Program House Code in System Options.
Wireless Yellow RX LED never flashes.
Transmitters are not getting through to
receiver.
Wireless Green TX and Yellow RX
LEDs are both on steady
Keypad operates intermittently,
keystrokes may be missed, or display
does not update consistently.
Check transmitter serial numbers.
Move transmitter closer.
If XT30, replace 1100 series receiver.
Panel is reset.
Remove J16 jumper.
Flash Load enabled
Remove J18 jumper and reset panel.
Wire length can be reduced or a heavier
gauge used.
Wire length may exceed maximum,
resulting in poor data performance.
A power supply can be added near the keypad.
Aee LT-2031, LX-Bus/Keypad Bus Wiring
Application Note for more information.
26.2 Common LCD Keypad Displays
Listed below are several keypad messages you may see on the display. Follow the instructions in the Possible
Solutions column to correct the problem.
Message
Meaning
Possible Solutions
INVALID CODE
The user code entered is not recognized by the system. Check the user code and try again.
CLOSING TIME
The system was not armed at its scheduled closing
time.
Users still on the premise should arm the system or
extend the schedule to a later time.
AC TROUBLE
The system is not getting properAC power.
Check that the AC connections are good from the
transformer.
BATTERY TROUBLE
The battery is either low or missing.
Check to see that battery and connections are good.
SYSTEM BUSY
The system is performing another task with a
higher priority or is being Remote Programmed.
Wait a few moments for the system to complete the
task. Make sure the J16 jumper is not on the panel. If the message displays for several minutes, the
keypad is not receiving polling from the panel.
TRANSMIT FAIL
The panel has attempted to communicate with
the central station multiple times and has not
succeeded.
Verify your communication type, account number,
and phone number. Make sure the telephone line is
connected and working properly.
Wiring Diagrams
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37mA at 12 VDC
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1k Ω
Bell T rouble
Bell T rouble
Bell B Ð Output
Bell B + Output
Bell A Ð Output
10
11
9
8
7
6
5
Bell A + Output -
4
Bell Power Ð Input
2
3
1
Bell Power + Input
Alarm Input
Ground
Auxiliary Power
Power Supply
Trouble Contacts
N/C
AUXILIARY
POWER
SUPPLY
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
DMP Model 865
85mA at 12 VDC
S
S
S
S
S
S
12 or 24 VDC
5 Amp Maximum
Notification Circuit Module
12 or 24 VDC
5 Amp Maximum
Bell T rouble
Bell T rouble
Bell Output -
Bell Output +
Bell Power Input
Alarm Input
Ground
Auxiliary Power
Notification Circuit Module
Style W
AUXILIARY
POWER
SUPPLY
Power Supply
Trouble Contacts
N/C
NOTE: If an auxiliary supply is not used,
terminals 3 and 4 on the 866 Indicating
Circuit Module can be jumpered together
to supply bell power from the XT30 panel.
Each 865 Notification Circuit Module
in alarm draws up to 85mA from its
terminal 3 alarm input.
UL Listed, Polarized
Indicating Devices.
Style Z
Each 866 Indicating Circuit Module
in alarm draws up to 35mA from its
terminal 3 alarm input.
UL Listed, Polarized
notification Devices.
10k Ω EOL Resistor
DMP Model 308
Optional Module installation
S
S
J3
PhoneLine
J8
Programming
RED
S = Supervised Circuit
J1
Ethernet
65555
S
S
J24 Celllular
headerfor
263G
connection
The Auxiliary Power Supply and Indicating Circuit Module
trouble contact zone must be programmed as a Supervisory
Type zone and must be selected for display in the keypad
status list.
S
J7 RJ
Supervision
J19 Celllular
Antenna
connection
J16
Reset
J18
Load
J11
1
2
3
4
Outputs
J20
Wireless
Antenna
connection
Wiring Diagrams
28.1 Multiple Indicating Circuit Modules Installation
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Revisions
Revisions to This Document
This section explains the changes that were made to this document during this revision. This section lists
the version, section number with heading, and a quick summary of the change. Ver.
1.05
1.04
Section Number and Heading
26.1 False Alarm Reduction
26.5 Minimum Installation 3.3 Accessory Devices
19.1-19.2 Wireless Keypads
Summary of Changes
Updated for SIA CP-01-2010, 4.3.2 Swinger Shutdown range,
Added 4.6.3 System Test, 4.6.5 Communication
Updated for SIA CP-01-2010
Added 1135 Wireless Siren and 9060/9063 Wireless Keypads
Added section
1.03
1.7 Enclosure Specifications
3.3 Accessory Devices
4.1 Mounting the Enclosure
22.1 Central Station
Added 349A Attack Enclosure
Added Model 1103, 1105, and 1119
Replaced 350A Enclosure with 349A Enclosure
Replaced 350A Enclosure with 349A Enclosure
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