Response SA3 E PLUS Operating instructions

Response SA3 E PLUS Operating instructions
SA3 E PLUS
6 Zone Wirefree Alarm System
with Voice Dialler
Installation and Operating Instructions
Contents
Page No.
Kit Contents
3
Introduction and Overview
4
Page No.
Hard-Wired Solar Siren Test
Testing the System
System Arming
4
Zones
4
Entry/Exit Delay
4
Zone Lockout
4
Tamper Protection
4
Voice Dialler
4
Jamming Detection
5
18
(continued)
Solar Siren Test
18
Control Panel LED Test
18
Solar Siren Service Mode
18
Voice Dialler Test
18
Factory Defaults
18
Reset Factory Default Conditions
18
Programming Instructions
19
Battery Monitoring
5
User Access Code
19
System House Code
5
System House Code
19
Instant Delay Zones
19
Entry/Exit Delay
19
Planning and Extending your Wirefree
Alarm System
6
Alarm Duration
20
Control Panel
7
Part-Arm
20
Positioning the Control Panel
7
Zone Lockout
20
Installing the Control Panel
7
Entry/Exit Warning Tone
21
Setting the Control Panel House Code
9
Jamming Detection
21
Hard-Wired Siren
21
Remote Control Unit
9
Zone Operating Modes
21
10
Telephone Numbers
22
10
Alarm Message Play Time
22
Choosing a position the PIR Detector
10
Record Alarm Message
22
Installing and configuring the PIR Detectors
11
Replay Alarm Message
23
Testing the PIR Detectors
12
Call Routing
23
Call Attempts
23
Magnetic Contact Detectors
13
Dial Method
23
Setting the Remote Control
Passive Infra-Red (PIR) Movement Detectors
Installing and setting the Magnetic
Contact Detectors
13
Operating Instructions
24
Testing the Magnetic Contact Detectors
14
14
Arming the System
Arm
Part-Art
24
24
24
Positioning the Solar Siren
14
Disarming the System
25
Installing the Solar Siren
15
Personal Attack (PA) Alarm
25
Setting the Solar Siren
16
Tamper
25
Initial Power-Up of the Solar Siren
16
Battery Monitoring
25
Siren Service Mode
16
Maintenance
26
External Connections
17
Alarm Record
27
Testing the System
17
Troubleshooting
28
Extending your Alarm System
30
External Solar Siren
Initial Testing
17
Testing an Installed System
17
Notes
31
Detector Test
17
Component Specification
32
For system installations incorporating the SA3CU E Control Panel refer to
this Manual and disregard any other instructions supplied.
2
Kit Contents
Alarm Components:
Batteries included:
1 x 6 Zone LED Control Panel with Voice Dialler
x3
2 x PIR Movement Detectors
6V/1.2Ahr Sealed lead acid
battery (for Control Panel and
External Solar Siren)
2 x Magnetic Contact Detectors
1 x Remote Control
1 x External Solar Siren
x2
Also included:
9V PP3 Alkaline battery
(for PIR Movement Detectors)
Power Supply Adaptor
Telephone Connection Lead
Installation & Operating Instructions
x5
Fixing pack
3V CR2032 Lithium cells
(for Remote Control and
Magnetic Contact Detectors)
1
2
3
4
FIRE
TAMPER
ZONE
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
9
ESC
Control Panel
(SA3CU E PLUS)
PIR Movement
Detector
(SAP E)
Magnetic Contact
Detector
(SAM E)
External Solar Siren
(SASS E)
Remote
Control
(SAR E)
Important: Please check all items listed above are included in the package.
Note: Diagrams are for illustration purposes only actual appearance may vary.
For system installations incorporating the SA3CU E Control Panel refer to
this Manual and disregard any other instructions supplied.
3
Introduction and Overview
System Arming
Delay Armed zones will not become fully armed until
after the Exit delay period has expired.
The system has a ‘Full Arm’ and a ‘Part-Arm’ mode.
When a
Detector on a Delay Armed zone is triggered, an alarm
‘Full Arm’ will arm all zones while the ‘Part-Arm’ mode
condition will not be triggered until after the Entry
will only arm the zones that are enabled for ‘Part-Arm’.
period has elapsed. If the system is not disarmed
during the delay period, an alarm condition will occur
For example:
when the delay period expires.
The system could be set such that during night time,
‘Part-Arm’ would arm only zones protecting the lower
Instant Armed zones will immediately initiate an alarm
floor and outbuildings, leaving the upper floor free for
as soon as the zone is triggered.
movement without triggering the alarm.
However, when the property is left un-occupied, the
Zone Lockout
‘Full Arm’ mode will arm all zones to protect the entire
If a Detector on an active zone is triggered while the
property, (i.e. upper and lower floors and outbuildings).
system is armed, an alarm condition will occur. After
the programmed alarm duration has expired the
Zones
alarm will stop and the system will automatically
reset in the armed mode.
The system incorporates 6 wirefree Alarm Zones for
Subsequent Detectors
triggered will again initiate an alarm condition. If a
the connection of the system Detectors that are used
single zone initiates an alarm condition three times
to independently monitor different areas of the
then that zone will be ‘Locked Out’ and any further
property. In addition to standard intruder protection,
alarm signals from that zone will be ignored until the
each zone may also be set to operate in one of three
system is disarmed.
other modes:
Note: The ‘Zone Lockout’ feature can be disabled if
- Personal Attack mode
required.
provides 24 hour monitoring of any Personal Attack
(PA) switches incorporated into the system.
Tamper Protection
- 24-hour Intruder mode
provides 24 hour intruder protection for areas
All system devices (except Remote Control Units)
where continuous monitoring is required, (e.g. gun
incorporate Tamper protection features to protect
cupboards).
against unauthorized attempts to interfere with the
device. Any attempt to remove the battery cover from
- Fire mode
provides 24 hour monitoring of any Fire / Smoke
any device (except a Remote Control) or to remove the
detectors incorporated into the system.
Solar Siren or Control Panel from the wall will initiate
an alarm condition even if the system is Disarmed
(unless the system is in Test or Programming modes).
Entry / Exit Delay
Each zone can be programmed to be Armed in either
Voice Dialler
Instant or Delay mode.
This system incorporates a telephone voice dialler
Usually the zone covering the main entrance door and
which is used to call for help and / or notify the user
the route to and from the Control Panel would be set
that the system has been triggered and an alarm has
in Delay mode. This allows time for the user to exit
occurred.
the property after setting the system at the Control
Panel or to Disarm the system before an alarm
If the Voice Dialler is enabled and an alarm condition
condition is triggered when re-entering the property.
occurs, the system will call for help using your pre-
The remaining zones would be set as Instant allowing
recorded alarm message and up to four telephone
them to initiate an alarm immediately a Detector on
numbers. When the telephone voice dialler is activated
these zones are triggered.
it will call the first enabled number in the dialing
4
sequence and replay the recorded alarm messages for
the set ‘Play Time’. The recipient can acknowledge
System House Code
In order to prevent any unauthorized attempt to
operate or disarm your system, you must set your
system to accept radio signals only from your own
devices. This is done by setting a series of eight
miniature (DIP) switches in all devices (except the
Control Panel) to the same ON / OFF combination (the
House Code) selected by the user/installer. The
Control Panel is then programmed to operate only
with devices set to this House Code.
button on their
the message by pressing the
telephone keypad. If the call is unanswered or an
acknowledgement signal is not received then the next
active number in the dialing sequence will be called.
The dialler will continue calling each number in turn until
either all numbers in the sequence have been dialed the
set number of times or the dialing sequence is cancelled
by an acknowledged signal from the recipient.
All Detectors and Remote Control Unit(s) must be set
with the same House Code in order for the system to
operate correctly.
Jamming Detection
In order to detect any attempts to illegally jam the
radio channel used by your alarm system, a special
jamming detection function is incorporated into the
Control Panel and also on some Solar Siren models. If
this feature is enabled, and the radio channel is
jammed continuously for 30 seconds, when the
system is armed, the Solar Siren will emit a pre-alarm
series of rapid bleeps for 5 seconds. If the jamming
continues for a further 10 seconds or more a full alarm
condition will occur. In addition if the system is
jammed for more than three periods of 10 seconds in
a 5 minute interval, this will also generate a Full Alarm
condition. The jamming detection features in the
Control Panel and Solar Siren operate independently.
Inside the Siren, Detectors and Remote Control Unit is
a series of 8 DIP switches.
ECE
ON
e.g.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Switch 1
= set to ON
position
8
The House Code is set by moving each of the 8
switches in each device to the same randomly
selected ON / OFF sequence. When setting the DIP
switches, ensure that each switch ‘clicks’ fully into
position. Use the tip of a ballpoint pen or a small
screwdriver to move each switch in turn.
The Jamming Detection circuit is designed to
permanently scan for jamming signals. However, it is
possible that it may detect other local radio
interference operating legally or illegally on the same
frequency. If you are planning to operate the Jamming
Detection feature we recommend that you wait at least
30 days before activating this feature, this will allow
time for you to become familiar with the operation of
your system.
Note: It is recommended that the system House Code
is always reset to a code other than the factory default.
Battery Monitoring
All devices powered by non-rechargeable batteries
incorporate a battery level monitoring feature which
warns when the battery status is low.
In addition the Control Panel will also indicate a low
battery status on any PIR Detector or Magnetic
Contact Detector on the System.
Batteries on any device indicating a low battery status
must be replaced immediately.
5
Planning and Extending your Wirefree Alarm System
The example below shows a typical property
incorporating the suggested positions for the
Control Panel, PIR and Magnetic Detectors for
optimum security.
Use this as a guide for your installation in conjunction
with the recommendations contained in this manual
for planning your intruder alarm system.
External
Solar Siren
Magnetic Contact
Detector
PIR Movement
Detector
PIR Movement
Detector
Remote
Control
1
2
3
4
FIRE
TAMPER
ZONE
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
9
LCD
Control
Panel
Magnetic
Contact
Detector
ESC
SHED
PIR
Movement
Detector
PIR
Movement
Detector
Back Door
KITCHEN
DINING
ROOM
HALL
LOUNGE
GROUND FLOOR
GARAGE
PIR Movement
Detector
Before attempting to install your Alarm System it is
important to study your security requirements and
plan your installation.
The alarm system may be extended at any time to
provide even greater protection by fitting additional
devices to meet your personal security needs.
6
Control Panel
Zone LEDs
1
2
3
4
FIRE
TAMPER
ZONE
5
6
Status LEDs
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Keypad
ESC
External view of Control Panel
6.
Positioning the Control Panel
Control Panel will need connecting to a convenient
When choosing a suitable location for the Control
telephone point.
Panel, the following points should be considered.
1.
If the telephone voice dialler is to be used then the
7.
The Control Panel should be located in a position
Do not locate the Control Unit closer than 1m to
any large metallic object, (e.g. mirrors, radiators,
out of sight of potential intruders and in a safe
etc) as this may affect the radio range of the
location, but easily accessible for system operation.
Control Panel.
2.
The Control Panel should be mounted on a sound
flat surface to ensure that the rear tamper switch
Installing the Control Panel
on the Control Panel is closed when the Panel is
1.
mounted. The Control Panel should be mounted
at a convenient height of between 1.5 and 2m and
panel and open the cover. The cover is hinged
in a position where it will be seen each day.
along the bottom edge.
2.
Note: If small children are in the household, a
further consideration should be given to keeping
3.
mark the positions of the four fixing holes.
be positioned such that the Exit/Entry tone
Remove the Panel and drill four 5mm holes and fit
(emitted by the Control Panel) can be heard from
the 25mm Wall Plugs.
Note: The wall plugs supplied with the product are
The Control Panel should be mounted within a
not suitable for plasterboard walls, if mounting the
protected area so that any intruder cannot reach
Control Panel onto plasterboard use proprietary
the Control Panel without opening a protected
wall plugs.
door or passing through an area protected by a
Important: Do not drill the fixing holes with the
PIR Detector when the system is armed.
5.
Hold the Control Panel in position on the wall and
It is recommended that the Control Panel should
outside the property.
4.
Unclip and remove the two back-up batteries on
either side of the panel.
the units out of their reach.
3.
Undo the two captive fixing screws on top of the
Control Panel in position; as the resulting dust and
The Control Panel must be located within reach of
vibration may damage the Control Panel’s internal
a mains socket.
components and invalidate the guarantee.
7
Power Supply
Cable Route
External Tamper Switch
Jumper Link P51
TAMP GND B+
GND
N.C.
C
N.O. GND
V+
OUT GND
Upper
Keyhole
Fixing Hole
Upper
Keyhole
Fixing Hole
- Terminal
(Blue Lead)
+ Terminal
(Blue Lead)
+ Terminal
(Red Lead)
- Terminal
(Black Lead)
Lower
Fixing
Hole
Reset
Jumper
Link P1
Power
Supply
Jack
Socket
Inside view of Control Panel
4.
Fit two 18mm No. 4 screws into the top holes until
Battery 1 (left):
Red lead to
+ battery terminal
almost fully home and hang the Control Panel over
Blue lead to
– battery terminal
the screws using the two keyhole slots in the top
Battery 2 (right): Blue lead to
+ battery terminal
corners of the panel casing.
5.
Black lead to – battery terminal
Route the cable from the Power Supply Unit up
Important:
behind and on the right hand side of the Control
leads to the batteries as connecting incorrectly
Panel and connect the plug to the DC power
could damage the batteries or the Control Panel.
socket in the panel. Ensuring that the cable is not
Note: The Power LED may flash to indicate that
trapped between the Control Panel and the wall.
6.
Take care when connecting battery
the unit is being operated from the back-up
batteries and that mains supply is not present.
Fix the Control Panel to the wall using two 18mm
No. 4 screws in the lower two fixing holes in the
9.
Control Panel and tighten the upper fixing screws
Close the lid of the Control Panel and tighten the
captive fixing screws.
until they just grip the casing. Do not over tighten
10. Plug in and switch ON the Power Supply Unit, (the
the fixing screws or this may damage the casing.
Power LED should illuminate).
7.
Ensure that the ‘Reset’ and the ‘Hard-Wired Siren
11. If required, connect the Control Panel to the
tamper detect’ jumper links are set in the OFF position.
telephone line using the cable supplied by
8.
Connect battery leads to both back-up batteries
inserting small RJ11 plug into socket marked LINE
and refit batteries.
located on the bottom edge of the Control Panel.
8
Connect the BT plug on the other end of the lead
to an appropriate telephone outlet.
b) Press
If the cable supplied is not long enough to reach a
suitable phone point then it will need extending
Using a Remote Control Unit:
a) With the required House Code already set on
the remote control, press the
button on
the Remote Control.
Note: If the Panel Tamper alarm sounds during the
installation reset the alarm by pressing:
,
3
2
4
The Control Panel will beep twice to
acknowledge the signal.
,
The Zone, Fire and Tamper LED status will
be updated to correspond with the House
Code set on the Remote Control and now
programmed into the Control Panel.
on the Control Panel Keypad.
Setting the Control Panel
House Code
b) Press
With the unit in Standby mode (Power LED only
illuminated).
1.
Press
,
1
2
3
4
ESC
Press
to exit programming mode and
return to Standby
5.
Press
,
1
2
3
4
,
This puts the Control Panel into test mode.
2
Remote Control Unit
The Zone LEDs 1-6, Fire and Tamper LEDs will
illuminate to indicate the current House Code
setting with an illuminated LED indicating a setting
of ‘ON’ and LEDs not illuminated indicating a
setting of ‘OFF’. For example, a house code of
‘ON’, ‘ON’, ‘ON’, ‘ON’, ‘OFF’, ‘OFF’, ‘ON’, ‘OFF’,
will be indicated with zone LEDs 1- 4 illuminated,
Zones 5 & 6 ‘not illuminated’, Fire Zone ‘illuminated’
and Tamper Zone ‘not illuminated’.
3.
4.
The Control Panel will beep and the Arm and
Part-Arm LEDs will flash.
This puts the Control Panel into programming mode.
Press
to return to programming mode.
,
The Control Panel will beep twice and the Arm and
Part-Arm LEDs will illuminate. All Zone, Fire and
Tamper LEDS will flash.
2.
to return to programming mode
without saving.
using a coupler and extension lead (not supplied).
1
ESC
The Remote Control Unit is used to Arm, Part-Arm and
Disarm the system.
Transmit LED
Arm
Part-Arm
The system House Code can be set either directly
at the Control Panel or via a Remote Control Unit.
Disarm
Slide up
to operate
Personal Attack
At the Control Panel:
a) By pressing buttons 1-8 on the Control Panel,
setting the status LEDs so that they indicate
the required house code setting. The LEDs will
switch to the opposite state each time the
button is pressed.
The Remote Control Unit also incorporates a Panic
switch. Activating the Panic switch on the side of the
Remote Control will immediately initiate a Full Alarm
condition whether the system is Armed or Disarmed.
The alarm can be cancelled by pressing the ‘DISARM’
button on the Remote Control or via the Control Panel.
LED ON = 1, (House Code DIP Switch On)
LED OFF = 0, (House Code DIP Switch Off)
Any number of Remote Control Units can be used with
your system, providing they are all coded with the
same system House Code.
b) Press
to save the new setting and return
to programming mode.
9
The Remote Control uses a CR2032 type Lithium cell
which under normal conditions will have a typical life
If movement is detected an alarm signal will be
generated, (if the system and alarm zone is armed).
in excess of 1 year. Under normal battery conditions
the LED on the Remote control will illuminate only
Note:
ensure that pets are not permitted access to areas
fitted with Passive Infra Red Detectors when the
when a button is pressed. However, under lowbattery conditions this LED will flash every time the
system is armed.
button is pressed. When this occurs the battery
should be replaced as soon as possible.
Any number of PIR Detectors can be used with your
system, providing they are all coded with the system
House Code and are mounted within effective radio
range of the Control Panel.
Setting the Remote Control
1.
2.
PIR Detectors will also detect animals, so
Remove the front cover by undoing the small
screw on the rear of the Remote Control.
The PIR Detector is powered by a PP3 Alkaline
battery which under normal conditions will have an
expected life in excess of 1 year. When the battery
level drops, with the PIR Detector in normal operation
mode and the battery cover fitted, the LED behind
the detection window will flash. When this occurs
the battery should be replaced as soon as possible.
Located above the battery is a row of 8 DIP
switches. Select and record a random combination
of ‘ON’ and ‘OFF’ positions for the DIP switches.
This will be the system House Code that enables
all elements of your transmitters to communicate
with the Control Panel.
Important: The House Code for your system should
be changed from the factory default setting.
Choosing a position for the
PIR Detector
3.
Ensure that the jumper link located immediately
below the House Code DIP switches is fitted in
position for use with this alarm system.
4.
Insert the battery under the clip ensuring that the
+v terminal faces upwards away from the PCB.
The recommended position for a PIR Detector is in
the corner of a room mounted at a height between
2 and 2.5m. At this height, the PIR Detector will
have a maximum range of up to 12m with a field of
view of 110°.
12
5.
Replace the front cover and fixing screw.
Top View
10
8
6
House Code
Dip Switches
4
2
2
0
12 10 8 6 4
metres
Jumper Link
110°
0
2
2 0
4
6
Side View
8
Battery Clip
10
12
metres
Battery
More Sensitive
Passive Infrared (PIR)
Movement Detectors
Less Sensitive
The Position of the PCB inside the PIR Detector can
be set to 5 different positions to adjust the range of
the detection pattern created by the PIR Detector.
Setting the PCB in position 3 will reduce the range to
approximately 9m, with position 1 providing a range of
approximately 6m. The recommended position setting
for the PCB is in position 5.
PIR Detectors are designed to detect movement in
a protected area by detecting changes in infra-red
radiation levels caused, for example, when a person
moves within or across the devices field of vision.
10
When considering and deciding upon the mounting
position for the PIR Detector the following points
Rear Cover
should be considered to ensure trouble free operation:
1.
Do not locate the PIR Detector facing a window or
where it is exposed to or facing direct sunlight.
PIR Detectors are not suitable for use in
conservatories.
2.
Do not locate the PIR Detector where it is exposed
to ventilators.
3.
Do not locate the Detector directly above a heat
source, (e.g. fire, radiator, boiler, etc).
4.
Mounting Hole
Positions
Fixing Screw
Where possible, mount the PIR Detector in the
corner of the room so that the logical path of an
intruder would cut across the fan detection
pattern. PIR Detectors respond more effectively to
movement across the device than to movement
directly towards it.
3.
Using the rear cover as a template, mark the
positions of the fixing holes on the wall.
4.
Fix the rear cover to the wall using the two 18mm
No. 4 screws and 25mm wall plugs, (a 5mm hole
will be required for the wall plugs). Do not overtighten the fixing screws as this may distort or
damage the cover.
5.
Do not locate the PIR Detector in a position where
it is subject to excessive vibration.
6.
Ensure that the position selected for the PIR
Detector is within effective range of the Control
Panel. It is recommended that prior to installation
the Detector is set and tested with the Control
Panel in Walk Test mode to ensure that they are
within effective range.
5.
Note: When the system is Armed, pets should not be
allowed into an area protected by a PIR Detector as
their movement would trigger the PIR Detector and
trigger an alarm.
Set the House Code for the PIR Detector by setting
DIP switches 1-8 of SW2 to the same ON/OFF
combination as the House Code DIP switches in all
other system devices.
6.
Set the alarm zone which the Detector will operate
on by setting DIP switches 1-3 of SW3 as follows:
Note: The wall plugs supplied with the product
are not suitable for plasterboard walls, if
mounting the PIR Detector onto plasterboard use
proprietary wall plugs.
Note: DO NOT fix the PIR Detector to metalwork or
locate the unit within 1m of metalwork (i.e. radiators,
water pipes, etc) as this could affect the radio range of
the Device.
DIP 1
DIP 2
DIP 3
Zone 1
OFF
OFF
OFF
Zone 2
OFF
OFF
ON
Installing and configuring the
PIR Movement Detectors
Zone 3
OFF
ON
OFF
Zone 4
OFF
ON
ON
Ensure that the Control Panel is in Test mode.
Zone 5
ON
OFF
OFF
1.
Zone 6
ON
OFF
ON
2.
Undo and remove the fixing screw from the
bottom edge of the PIR Detector. Carefully pull the
bottom edge of the Detector away from the rear
cover and then slide down to release the top clips.
7.
Carefully drill out the required mounting holes in the
rear cover using a 3mm drill according to whether
the unit is being mounted in a corner or against a
flat wall.
DIP4 of SW3 is used to set the PIR Detector for
walk test mode, which allows the operation of the
Detector to be checked during installation without
triggering a Full Alarm.
ON
OFF
11
Walk Test mode
Normal operation
Note: On initial installation the PIR Detector should
be set into Walk Test mode ready for testing.
8.
11. Refit the PIR Detector to the rear cover by offering
the PIR Detector up to the rear cover and locate the
clips in the top edge into the rear cover. Push the
lower edge of the PIR Detector into place and refit
The PIR Detector incorporates a sensitivity feature
designed to compensate for situations where the
Detector may be affected by environmental
the fixing screw in the bottom edge of the PIR
Detector to secure in position. Do not over-tighten
changes, (e.g. insects, air temperature, etc). This
feature is called “Detection Sensitivity” and may be
the fixing screws as this may damage the casing.
set to Standard or High Sensitivity.
Testing the PIR Detectors
Note: The higher the sensitivity the less movement
will be necessary before the PIR Detector will
Ensure that the system is in Test mode.
trigger the alarm.
Ensure that the PIR Detector is set in Walk Test mode,
(i.e. DIP 4 of SW3 ON) and mounted in position on the
wall. Allow 2-3 minutes for the PIR Detector to stabilize
before commencing testing.
The recommended setting is Standard Sensitivity.
If set to High Sensitivity, in some cases, extreme
environmental problems could cause unattributed
false alarms. If this is experienced it may be
necessary to reset the PIR Detector to Standard
Sensitivity.
1.
The Panel will beep and the Zone 1 LED will
illuminate.
Set the required detection sensitivity using DIP 5 of
SW3 as follows:
2.
9.
OFF
Standard Sensitivity
ON
High Sensitivity
Connect the PP3 Alkaline battery to the battery clip.
Note: When the 9V Alkaline battery is connected
the LED behind the lens will rapidly flash for
approximately 2-3 minutes until the PIR Detector
has warmed up and stabilized. The LED will then
stop flashing and turn OFF.
To adjust the PCB position, simply slide it up or
down ensuring that the location legs are aligned
with the required position number marked on the
board.
3
2
1
1
2
3
4 5
ON
6
7
8
1
2
ECE
3
4
5
ON
3
SW
SW
2
5
4
3
2
1
PCB Position
Range
1
6m
3
9m
5
12m
3.
Reset the PIR Detector into Normal operation
mode by switching DIP 4 of SW3 to the OFF
position and refit in position.
4.
Press
mode.
ESC
on the Control Panel to exit Walk Test
Note: When the PIR Detector is fully installed
i.e. battery cover is refitted; the unit will not detect
movement for approximately 45 seconds after each
activation. (This feature is present to conserve
battery power and maximize the battery life).
PCB Positions
Indicator
(positions 1-5)
4
Walk into and move slowly around the protected
area, each time the PIR Detector senses
movement the LED behind the lens will flash. In
addition, the Control Panel will beep twice to
indicate that the alarm signal has been received
and the appropriate zone LED which the Detector
is set for will illuminate.
Note: In normal operation, the LED will not flash
on movement detection. If necessary re-adjust
the detection pattern by changing the mounting
position of the PCB within the PIR Detector
housing.
10. Check that the PIR Detector PCB is located and set
in the correct position to give the detection zone
pattern required.
5
Put the Control Panel into “Walk Test” mode by
pressing
on the Control Panel.
1
12
ECE
Magnetic Contact Detectors
(Ensure
back
surfaces
are flush)
Installing and setting the Magnetic
Contact Detectors
Ensure that the system is in Test mode.
1.
2.
Detector
Magnet
Remove the battery cover by sliding and lifting it
off. (DO NOT use a screwdriver to lever off).
Alternative
Mounting
Cut-out for
Cable Entry
Remove the battery holder by carefully tilting up
the end and pulling the connector off the printed
circuit board.
Battery Cover
5.
Slide Open and Lift Off
Do Not Use A Screwdriver
Raised Head Screw
Key-hole Slot Fixing
(underside)
If an additional wired Magnetic Contact Detector is
required, this should be wired to the terminal block
provided in the battery compartment. The wired
contact should be connected using two core
(24AWG) wire of maximum length 1.5m.
Important: If an additional wired contact is not
connected, then the jumper link SW2 must be fitted for
Double Sided Tape
OR Screw Fixing
Tilt and Remove
Battery Holder
and Insert
Two Batteries
the Magnetic Contact Detector to operate correctly.
6.
Battery
Connector
Set the House Code for the Magnetic Contact
Detector by setting DIP switches 1-8 to the same
ON/OFF combination as the House Code DIP
switches in all other system devices.
Terminal Block for Additional Wired
Magnetic Contact Detector T1
Anti-Tamper
Switch SW2
Small Counter-sunk
Screw Fixing
3.
Mount the Magnetic Contact Detector to the fixed
part of the frame along the opening edge opposite
the hinges using either the double sided adhesive
tape or screws provided.
Location of
Key-hole Screw
(underside)
Batteries
x2
ECE
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
8mm
Hole for
Mounting
Screw
When fixing the Magnetic Contact Detector with
screws, the top of the Detector is secured with a
keyhole slot over the screw head of the smaller pan
head screw. The bottom is secured using the 12mm
countersunk head screw fitted within the battery
compartment. Carefully drill out the centre of the
fixing screw hole in the battery compartment using
a 3mm drill. Do not over-tighten the fixing screws
as this may distort or damage the casing.
4.
Jumper
Link S2
11mm
ECE
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
House Code
7.
Fit the Magnet to the moving part of the door/
window opposite the Magnetic Contact Detector
using the two 15mm fixing screws. Ensuring that
the parallel gap between the Magnet and Detector
is less than 10mm and that the arrow on the
Magnet is pointing towards and aligned with the
mark on the top section of the Detector.
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8
9
10
11
12
Dip Switch
12 Not Used
Zone
Set the alarm zone which the Detector will operate
on with DIP switches 9-11 as follows:
DIP 9
DIP 10
DIP 11
Zone 1
OFF
OFF
OFF
Zone 2
OFF
OFF
ON
Zone 3
OFF
ON
OFF
Zone 4
OFF
ON
ON
Zone 5
ON
OFF
OFF
Zone 6
ON
OFF
ON
8.
Slide the two batteries supplied into the battery
External Solar Siren
holder, ensuring that the positive (+) side is
uppermost on each battery as it is installed.
9.
The Siren and Solar Panel are all encapsulated within
a tough polycarbonate housing. This housing provides
full protection against adverse weather conditions.
Carefully refit the battery holder onto the Detector
ensuring that the spring connectors slide onto
either side of the circuit board.
An LED/Strobe unit is built into the siren to act as a
visible deterrent/indication that the system is active.
The Strobe LEDs will slowly and alternately flash
whether the system is armed or disarmed. However,
during an alarm condition the Strobe LEDs will flash
rapidly.
10. Fit the battery cover into position on the Magnetic
Contact Detector.
Testing the Magnetic Contact
Detectors
An integral anti-tamper switch provides additional
security protection to the Solar Siren and will
immediately generate a full alarm should any
unauthorized attempt be made to interfere with and
remove the Solar Siren cover.
Ensure that the system is in Test mode.
1.
Put the Control Panel into “Walk Test” mode by
pressing
on the Control Panel.
1
The Panel will beep and the Zone 1 LED will
illuminate.
2.
The Solar Siren is powered by a high capacity battery.
A Solar Panel mounted on the top of the housing
charges the battery during daylight hours. During
darkness, only a small amount of energy is required to
operate the Solar Siren unit.
Remove the battery cover from the Magnetic
Contact Detector.
The LED on the Detector will illuminate for approx.
1 second as the battery cover is removed and the
tamper switch is activated. In addition, the Control
Panel will beep twice to indicate that the alarm
signal has been received and the Tamper LED will
illuminate.
3.
An Alkaline 9V PP3 battery is supplied in the Solar
Siren to boost the initial power to the unit when the
system is first activated until the Solar Panel charges
the main battery.
Positioning the Solar Siren
Open the door/window to remove the magnet from
the Detector.
The Solar Siren should be located in a prominent
position so that it can be easily seen and heard. The
Solar Siren should be mounted on a sound flat surface
so that the rear tamper switch is not activated when
mounted. Ensure that the tamper switch does not fall
into the recess between brick courses as this could
prevent the switch from closing and give a permanent
tamper signal.
As the magnet is moved away from the Detector
the LED will illuminate for approximately 1 second
to indicate that the Detector has been triggered.
In addition, the Control Panel will beep twice to
indicate that the alarm signal has been received
and the appropriate zone LED, which the Detector
is set for, will illuminate.
4.
Although the Solar Siren is designed to work on any
aspect wall, for optimum performance you should
refrain from siting the unit on a north facing wall,
where possible.
If any external Magnetic Contact Detectors are
connected to the Detector, operate these one at a
time. Each time a contact is opened the LED on
the Detector should illuminate for 1 second to
indicate that it has been triggered.
5.
Replace the battery cover on the Detector.
6.
Press
ESC
Shadows cast by neighbouring walls, trees and roof
overhangs should also be avoided. If the Solar Siren
is to be mounted below the eaves, it should be
positioned a distance of at least twice the width of the
eaves overhang below the eaves. Remember that in
winter the sun is lower in the sky and you should avoid
winter shadows where possible.
on the Control Panel to exit Walk Test.
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Installing the Solar Siren
North
Avoid if
possible
West
1.
Remove the fixing screw from the bottom edge of
the Solar Siren Siren housing and carefully hinge off
the front cover. All electronic components are
housed within the front cover.
2.
Hold the mounting plate in position and mark the
positions of the four mounting holes (a spirit level
placed on the casing will ensure a perfect level).
Drill four 6mm holes and fit the wall plugs.
3.
Fit the two 30mm fixing screws in the top holes
leaving approx. 10mm of the screw protruding.
4.
Fit the top keyhole slots of the mounting plate over
the screw heads. Adjust the mounting plate and
adjust the screws until they form a neat fit with the
mounting plate with minimal movement
5.
Secure the mounting plate in position using the two
25mm fixing screws in the bottom fixing holes.
6.
Ensure that the Siren’s main configuration switch
on the LED Indicator board is set to "Siren".
East
South
The Solar Siren contains a sophisticated radio
receiver. However, reception of radio signals can be
affected by the presence of metallic objects within the
vicinity of the Solar Siren. It is therefore important to
mount the Solar Siren a minimum distance of 1m
away from any external or internal metalwork, (i.e.
drainpipes, gutters, radiators, mirrors etc).
Ensure that the position selected for the Solar Siren
is within effective range of the Control Panel, (refer to
“Testing the Control Panel & Remote Control”).
Solar Panel
Front Cover
Locating Tabs
Receiver
Aerial
Tamper
Switch
7.5 Volt DC
Charging Adaptor
Input
DIP Switch
Cover
Beep Disable Link
P2
P3
6 Volt 1.2Ahr
Rechargeable
Battery
Siren Disable Link
P1
Jamming
Detection Link
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
ON
9 Volt PP3
Initial Power-Up
Battery
House Code
DIP Switches 1-8
Alarm Duration
DIP Switch 9
C.U.
SIREN
Main Configuration
Switch (in SIREN
Position)
C.U.
Printed Circuit
Board Enclosure
SIREN
Siren
LED/Strobe PCB
Inside view of Solar Siren
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Setting the Solar Siren
Once you have completed configuring the Solar Siren,
refit the DIP switch cover and replace the three cover
Ensure that the Solar Siren main configuration switch
if fitted on the LED strobe board is set to “SIREN” for
use with this alarm system.
fixing screws. Do not over tighten the screw as this
could damage the thread.
Undo the 3 screws holding the DIP Switch cover in
place and remove the cover.
Initial Power-Up of the Solar Siren
1.
House Code
Connect the rechargeable battery to the charging
leads. Connect the Red lead to the Red (+) terminal
and the Black lead to the Black (-) terminals.
Under the corner cover you will find a series of 9 DIP
switches.
Alarm Duration DIP switch 9
Note: Once the batteries have been connected, the
Siren will be operational and it is important that the
Solar panel receives sufficient light to maintain the
battery charge. The Siren should not be operated
repeatedly during installation and testing, as this
will rapidly drain the battery. It is recommended
that the Siren be left for at least a day in order to
charge the battery before the system is armed.
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
House Code
(Always change from the factory setting)
DIP switches 1- 8 are used to set the House Code for
the siren and must be set to the same ON/OFF
combination as all other system devices.
2.
Press the anti-tamper switch, the LEDs will flash
together to indicate that the unit is operational.
3.
Hinge the front cover locating tabs over the top
edge of the back plate and carefully push the base
of the siren cover into place. Secure the siren
cover in place by refitting the fixing screw in the
bottom edge of the cover. Do not over tighten the
screw as this could damage the thread.
Note: When the Solar Siren is viewed as shown above
(Solar panel at top) the DIP switches are ‘upside down’.
Alarm Duration Limit
If required the maximum length of time that the
External Solar Siren will sound for when activated
under an alarm condition may be limited to 3 minutes
using DIP switch 9 as follows:
OFF
3 minute limit
ON
10 minutes or same as programmed
setting on Control Panel.
Connect the 9V PP3 initial power battery to the
battery clip.
Important: Ensure that the rear tamper switch is
closed when you fit the siren cover to the back plate
(i.e. listen for the switch to click). If the switch does
not close this will prevent the Solar Siren from
operating correctly.
4.
The fitting of the Solar Siren is now complete.
Beep Disable
Siren Service Mode
The Solar Siren will acknowledge Disarm signals from
the Remote Control by beeping twice. It is possible to
disable the beeps if required by removing the jumper
link P2 on the circuit board.
The Solar Siren includes a Service Mode facility
which prevents the Siren’s tamper switch from
triggering an alarm whilst it is removed from the wall
for maintenance or to change the batteries. After
changing the batteries and refitting in position, the
Solar Siren must be put back into Operating Mode,
otherwise it will not sound in the event of an alarm.
Siren Disable
If for any reason you need to disable the Siren, remove
jumper link P3 on the circuit board. This will prevent
the Siren from sounding during an alarm condition.
However, the Siren will still beep to acknowledge
signals from the Remote Control, (provided the beep
feature is not disabled).
Service Mode: Press and hold the
on the Remote Control.
button
The Siren will produce two short beeps/LED
flashes and then after approximately 6 seconds a
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Control Panel cover and tighten the fixing screws on
the top edge of the Control Panel.
single long beep/LED flash followed immediately
by two short beeps/LED flashes to indicate that it
has switched into Service Mode.
Press
Operating Mode: Press and hold the
on the Remote Control.
Testing the System
Initial Testing
As the system is initially installed it is recommended
that each device is tested in turn as it is installed, (refer
to testing instructions for particular device).
External Connections
The Control Panel incorporates a terminal block for
connection of an external Hard-wired Siren or
Telephone Dialler Unit. The connection terminal block is
located inside the Control Panel behind the front cover.
Testing an Installed System
The Control Panel has a programmed test routine.
You may test the system at any time, however it is
recommended that the system is tested at regular
intervals not exceeding 3 months.
To access the terminal block, press
?
?
?
?
,
With the system in Standby Mode with the Power
LED ON.
User Access Code
This puts the system into Test Mode and prevents an
alarm occurring. Undo the two fixing screws on the top
edge of the Control Panel and open the front cover.
Press
Permanent
12Vdc power
supply output
(100mA max.)
GND
?
?
?
,
The system is now in Test Mode
Note: After completing all required test functions press
to leave Test mode and return to Standby.
ESC
Detector Test
V+
Before commencing testing please ensure that there
is no movement in any PIR protected area for at least
2 minutes, all doors/windows protected by Magnetic
Contact Detectors are closed and that all battery
covers are correctly fitted.
GND
N.O.
Switching
relay contacts
(Volt-free)
?
The Arm and Part-Arm LEDs will flash.
Hardwired
Siren
OUT
,
User Access Code
Before making any connections, ensure that the
memory jumper link P1 is in the ‘OFF’ position and
then remove the DC power jack and disconnect the
back-up batteries.
Switched
12Vdc output for
external Siren
(300mA max.)
to leave Test mode and return to Standby.
button
After approximately 6 seconds the Siren will
produce a single long beep/LED flash to indicate
that it has switched into Operating Mode.
,
ESC
C
Terminal
Block Detail
N.C.
Press
1
GND
Not used
Zone LED 1 will illuminate.
B+
Tamper circuit
connections
for wired Siren
Trigger each Detector on the system by either walking
into a PIR Detector protected area or by opening a door/
window protected by a Magnetic Contact Detector. As
each Detector is triggered the Control Panel will beep
and the LED of the zone which the Detector is set for
will be illuminated. The Tamper switches of devices
may also be tested in the same way in which case the
Tamper LED on the Control Panel will be illuminated.
GND
TAMP
Normally closed
tamper contact
Note: Jumper link P51 should be fitted into the ON
position only if the tamper circuit for a hardwired siren
is used, otherwise it must be in the OFF position.
After making your external connections reconnect the
power supply and back-up battery. Then close the
Press
17
ESC
to exit Detector test.
Hard-Wired Solar Siren Test
Press
Factory Defaults
2
User Access Code
1234
Alarm Duration
3 minutes
Hardwired Siren
Equal to Alarm Duration
Zone Operating Mode
Zones 1-6: Intruder
Part-Arm
Zones 1: Disabled
Zones 2,3,4,5,6: Active
Instant/Delay
Zone 1: Delay
Zones 2-6: Instant
Entry/Exit Delay
30s
5 seconds with the external Solar Siren switching ON
and OFF a few seconds after the Control Panel.
Entry/Exit Warning Tone
On
Zone Lockout
On
Zone LED 3 will be illuminated during the test.
Jamming Detection
Off
Phone Numbers
Not programmed
Message Play Time
70s
Alarm Message
Not programmed
Zone LED 4 will illuminate.
Call Routing
All numbers disabled
Use
and
buttons to scroll through and
illuminate each LED in turn.
Call Attempts
3
Dial Method
Tone/DTMF
The internal relay driving the hardwired siren will be
switched ON for a period of approximately 5 seconds.
Zone LED 2 will be illuminated during the test.
Solar Siren Test
Press
3
The Control Panel alarm and the External Solar Siren
will be operated for a period of approximately
Control Panel LED Test
Press
Press
4
ESC
to exit LED
Reset Factory Default Conditions
Voice Dialler Test
Press
1.
6
?
?
?
?
,
to place the system in Test Mode.
The voice dialler will call each activate number in the
dialling sequence in turn. When a call is answered the
pre-recorded alarm message will be replayed. If the
call is unanswered or an acknowledgement signal is not
received from the number called, (i.e. by pressing the
button on the telephone keypad) the next number in the
sequence will be called.
ESC
,
User Access Code
Zone LED 6 will illuminate.
Press
Press
to exit voice dialer test.
2.
Undo the Control Panel cover fixing screws and
open the cover.
3.
Switch OFF the mains supply to the plug-in PSU
Adaptor.
4.
Remove either back-up battery and disconnect the
battery leads.
5.
Set jumper link P1 to the ON position.
6.
Reconnect the battery leads and replace the backup battery in position.
7.
The Control Panel will now set itself with all factory
default settings. This takes approx. 10 seconds.
8.
Reconnect and switch On the supply to the PSU
adaptor.
9.
Reset jumper link P1 into the OFF position.
10. Close the Control Panel cover and refit the fixing
screws.
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Programming Instructions
Press
,
?
?
?
?
b) Using a Remote Control:
,
With the required House Code already set in the
remote, press the DISARM button on the Remote
Control.
User Access Code
The Arm and Part-Arm LEDs will illuminate and all
Zone, Fire and tamper LEDs will flash.
The Control Panel will beep twice to acknowledge
the signal.
The system is now in Programme Mode
Note: After programming all required functions press
to leave Programme mode and return to Standby.
ESC
The Zone, Fire and Tamper LED status will be
updated to correspond with the House Code set on
the Remote Control and now programmed into the
Control Panel.
User Access Code
Default setting: 1 2 3 4
Press
Press
Instant Delay Zones
Zone LEDs 1-4 will illuminate.
Default setting: Zone 1
Zones 2-6
Enter a new 4 digit User Access code. As each digit is
entered an illuminated zone LEDs will be turned OFF.
ESC
The zone LEDs corresponding to the zones currently
set to Delay will be illuminated. LEDs for zones set to
Instant will be OFF.
to return to programming mode without
LED ON
LED OFF
System House Code
Press
Delay
Instant
3
Press
Press
to save the new User Access code and
return to programming mode.
Press
saving.
to return to programming mode.
1
Delay Zone
Instant Zone
To change the settings of a zone press the button
corresponding to the zone number. The zones will switch
to the opposite mode each time the button is pressed.
2
The Zone LEDs 1-6, Fire and Tamper LEDs will
illuminate to display the current House Code setting
with an illuminated LED indicating a setting of “on” in
the House Code.
Press
to save the new setting and return to
programming mode.
For example: A house code of 11110010, will be
indicated with zone LEDs 1-4 ON and 5-6 OFF, Fire
LED ON and Tamper LED OFF.
Press
saving.
ESC
to return to programming mode without
Entry / Exit Delay
a) At the Control Panel:
Default setting: 30 seconds
By pressing buttons 1-8 on the Control Panel,
setting the status LEDs so that they indicate the
required house code setting. The LEDs will switch to
the opposite state each time the button is pressed.
4
Press
The zone LED corresponding to the current setting
will illuminate.
LED ON = (House Code DIP Switch On)
LED OFF = (House Code DIP Switch Off)
Press
to save the new setting and return
to programming
Press
to return to programming mode
without saving.
ESC
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0
no delay, (i.e. Instant)
1
10 seconds
2
20 seconds
3
30 seconds
4
40 seconds
5
50 seconds
Press the key corresponding to the required delay
setting required, the corresponding zone LED will
Part-Arm
Default setting: Zone 1
Zones 2-6
illuminate as the setting is changed.
to save the new setting and return to
Press
Press
Disabled
Active
6
programming mode.
Press
ESC
The zone LEDs corresponding to the zones currently
active during Part-Arm mode will be illuminated. LEDs
for zones disabled during PART-ARM will be OFF.
to return to programming mode without
saving.
LED ON
LED OFF
Alarm Duration
Default setting: 3 minutes
To change the setting of a zone press the button
corresponding to the zone number. The zone will toggle
between the two modes each time the button is pressed.
5
Press
Zone enabled in Part-Arm
Zone disabled in Part-Arm
The zone LED corresponding to the current setting
will illuminate.
Press
to save the new setting and return to
programming mode.
0
no alarm
1
1 minute
2
2 minutes
3
3 minutes
4
5 minutes
Zone Lockout
5
10 minutes
This feature, if enabled, prevents a single zone from
triggering an alarm condition more than three times
before the system is disarmed. However, if disabled
there is no limit on the number of times a zone can
trigger an alarm condition.
Press
saving.
Press the key corresponding to the required alarm
period, the corresponding zone LED will illuminate as
the setting is changed.
Note: When set to ‘No alarm’ the Siren will sound for
approx. 10 seconds if an alarm condition is initiated.
Press
to save the new setting and return to
programming mode.
ESC
to return to programming mode without
Default setting: ON
Press
Press
saving.
ESC
7
The zone 1 LED will illuminate to indicate the current
Zone Lockout status.
to return to programming mode without
LED ON
LED OFF
Note: Following initiation of a Full Alarm condition
the External Siren will continue to sound until either
the system is Disarmed; or the Control Panel Alarm
Duration Time expires; or if activated until the 3
minute alarm time limit of the external Siren expires;
whichever occurs first.
Press
state.
1
Zone Lockout enabled
Zone Lockout disabled
to change the setting to the opposite
Press
to save the new setting and return to
programming mode.
Press
saving.
20
ESC
to return to programming mode without
Entry / Exit Warning Tone
Hard-Wired Siren
Default setting: ON
Default setting: equal to Alarm Duration
Press
8
The zone 1 LED will illuminate to indicate the current
status of the Entry/Exit warning tone.
LED ON
LED OFF
1
Press
state.
ESC
0
The zone LED corresponding to the current setting
will illuminate.
Tone enabled
Tone disabled
to change the setting to the opposite
Press
to save the new setting and return to
programming mode.
Press
saving.
1
Press
0
2 seconds
1
30 seconds
2
1 minute
3
3 minutes
4
5 minutes
5
equal to Alarm Duration
Press the key corresponding to the required Hardwired
output activation period, the corresponding zone LED
will illuminate as the setting is changed.
to return to programming mode without
Jamming Detection
Press
to save the new setting and return to
programming mode.
This feature controls the Control Panels RF jamming
detection circuitry, which if enabled, will continuously
scan for radio jamming signals on the system
operating frequency.
Press
saving.
ESC
to return to programming mode without
Default setting: OFF
Zone Operating Modes
Press 9
Each alarm zone may be programmed to operate in
one of 5 different modes depending on the type of
alarm function it is required to perform.
The zone 1 LED will illuminate to indicate the current
Jamming Detector status.
Panic Alarm
LED ON
LED OFF
Press
state.
1
Jamming Detection enabled
Jamming Detection disabled
- used to provide 24 hour monitoring of any Panic
Switch fitted to the system. Activation of any Panic
Switch will immediately initiate a Full Alarm condition.
to change the setting to the opposite
24 Hour Intruder
- used to provide 24 hour monitoring of areas
requiring continuous security protection even while
the system is Disarmed, (e.g. gun cabinet, safe
etc). Activation of any Detector on a security zone
will immediately initiate a Full Alarm condition.
Press
to save the new setting and return to
programming mode.
Press
saving.
ESC
to return to programming mode without
Note: The jamming detection program setting will
only control the jamming detection feature in the
Control Panel.
Fire
- used to provide 24 hour monitoring of any
Fire/Smoke Detectors fitted to the system.
Activation of any Detector will immediately initiate
a Full Alarm condition.
Test
- when the system is armed, any Detector on the zone
will cause the appropriate zone LED on the Control
Panel to flash without initiating a Full Alarm condition.
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Note: Panic switch, 24 Hour Intruder and Fire modes
all operate on a 24 hour basis, (i.e. they are able to
to save the new number and return to
Press
programming mode.
initiate a Full Alarm condition at any time irrespective
of whether the system is Armed or Disarmed).
Press
ESC
to return to programming mode without
saving.
Default setting: all zones mode 2 (Intruder).
Alarm Message Play Time
Press
1
1
to set zone 1
Press
1
2
to set zone 2
Press
1
3
to set zone 3
This is the total time for which the alarm messages will
be played & repeated when a call made by the voice
dialer is answered.
Press
1
4
to set zone 4
Default setting: 70s
Press
1
5
to set zone 5
Press
1
6
to set zone 6
2
Press
1
The zone LED corresponding to the current setting will
illuminate.
The zone LED corresponding to the current operating
mode will illuminate.
Zone 1 LED
50 seconds
Zone 2 LED
70 seconds
Zone 1 LED
Panic Switch
Zone 3 LED
90 seconds
Zone 2 LED
Intruder
Zone 4 LED
110 seconds
Zone 3 LED
24 Hour Intruder
Zone 4 LED
Fire
Zone 5 LED
Test
Enter the key corresponding to the required message
play time, the corresponding zone LED will illuminate
as the setting is changed.
Enter the key corresponding to the required operating
mode, the corresponding zone LED will illuminate as
the setting is changed.
Press
to save the new setting and return to
programming mode.
Press
saving.
Press
to save the new setting and return to
programming mode.
Press
saving.
ESC
ESC
to return to programming mode without
Record Alarm Message
to return to programming mode without
Default setting: not programmed
Press
2
2
Telephone Numbers
The zone 1 LED will illuminate.
Default setting: not programmed (all numbers).
Press
1
7
to program phone no. 1
Press
1
8
to program phone no. 2
Press
1
Press
2
9
0
Press
to start the voice recorder.
Zone LED 1 will flash while recording. The maximum
allowable length of the alarm message is 32 seconds.
After this period the Control Panel will beep twice to
indicate that the recording has stopped and returned
to programming mode.
to program phone no. 3
to program phone no. 4
Alternatively press ESC to stop the recorder before
the max 32 seconds and cancel any unused message
time.
Enter the new phone number (32 digits max).
Note: Press
to insert a 3.6 seconds pause in
the number when dialed.
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Replay Alarm Message
Call Attempts
The recorded alarm message may be replayed and
listened to using the telephone handset of a phone
connected to another extension socket on the same
phone line.
This is the total time for which the alarm messages will
be played & repeated when a call made by the voice
dialer is answered.
Press
2
Default setting: 3
3
The zone 1 LED will illuminate.
Pick up the telephone handset and press
the dialing tone.
Press
message.
to stop
to start replaying the recorded alarm
2 attempts
Zone 3 LED
3 attempts
Zone 4 LED
4 attempts
Zone 5 LED
5 attempts
ESC
to return to programming mode without
Dial Method
This enables the telephone dialler to be set for the
type of exchange it is connected to.
4
Zone LEDs 1-4 will be illuminated to indicate the
active status of telephone numbers 1-4 in the routing
sequence. LEDs for telephone numbers disabled will
be OFF.
Default setting: Tone/DTMF
2
Press
6
The zone LED corresponding to the current setting will
illuminate.
Telephone number enabled
Telephone number disabled
To change the active status of a phone number press
the button corresponding to the phone number. The
LED will toggle between states each time the button
is pressed.
1
Tone/DTMF
2
Pulse
Press the key corresponding to the required dial
method, the corresponding zone LED will illuminate
as the setting is changed.
Press
to save the new number and return to
programming mode.
ESC
Zone 2 LED
Press
saving.
Default setting: all numbers inactive
Press
saving.
1 attempt
Press
to save the new setting and return to
programming mode.
This controls which telephone numbers are enabled in
the dialing sequence and are dialed when the voice
dialler is activated.
LED ON
LED OFF
Zone 1 LED
Press the key corresponding to the required number
of dialing attempts, the corresponding zone LED will
illuminate as the setting is changed.
Call Routing
2
5
The zone LED corresponding to the current setting will
illuminate.
Zone LED 1 will flash while the alarm message is
being replayed. At the end of the message the Control
Panel will beep twice and return to programming
mode. Alternatively press ESC to stop replaying the
message before the end and return to programming
mode.
Press
2
Press
Press
to save the new setting and return to
programming mode.
to return to programming mode without
Press
saving.
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ESC
to return to programming mode without
Operating Instructions
When leaving the premises, the system should be
Armed. However, before doing so, check that all
windows are closed and locked, all protected doors
are closed and PIR Detectors are not obstructed.
Ensure that pets are restricted to areas not protected
by PIR Detectors.
Arming the System
ARM
The system can be set in ARM mode using either the
Remote Control or the Control Panel as follows:
Remote Control:
The system has two armed modes, ARM and PARTARM. The Part-Arm facility allows for selected zones
to be left in a Disarmed state while the remainder of
the system is Armed.
Press the
button.
The Control Panel will acknowledge the signal by
beeping.
When the system is Armed (in either mode) the Zone
LEDs for all active zones will illuminate for a few
seconds, in addition the appropriate Arming Mode
LED will flash. All active zones set as INSTANT will
immediately be fully Armed. If enabled the System
Exit delay will start and the Control Panel will start
beeping with the beep rate increasing in steps as the
delay expires. At the end of the Exit period all active
zones set to DELAY will be fully Armed. By this time
the user must have left the property and closed the
final protected door.
Control Panel:
Press the Arm button followed by the User Access
Code and then the Enter button:
,
?
?
?
?
,
User Access Code
The Control Panel will acknowledge the signal by
beeping.
PART- ARM
If while the system is armed a Detector on an INSTANT
zone is triggered then this will immediately initiate a
Full Alarm condition with both Control Panel and Siren
sounding. However, if a Detector on a DELAY zone is
triggered, if enabled, the Entry Delay will start and the
Control Panel will start beeping with the beep rate
increasing in steps as the delay expires. If the system
has not been Disarmed when the Entry Delay expires
a Full Alarm condition will be initiated. If a Full Alarm
condition occurs the appropriate zone LED that
triggered the alarm will flash to indicate which zone
the alarm was triggered from. If an alarm condition
occurs, the zone that triggered the alarm will be
indicated by the appropriate zone LED on the Control
Panel being illuminated.
The system can be set in PART-ARM mode using either
the Remote Control or the Control Panel as follows:
At the end of the programmed alarm duration the Siren
and Control Panel alarms will stop and the system will
automatically re-Arm itself, (subject to the conditions
of the Zone Lockout feature).
The Control Panel will acknowledge the signal by
beeping.
Remote Control:
Press the
button.
The Control Panel will acknowledge the signal by
beeping.
Control Panel:
Press the Part - Arm button followed by the User
Access Code and then the Enter button:
,
?
?
?
?
,
User Access Code
Note: The Solar Siren will shut down either after the
programmed alarm duration or after 3 minutes, if the 3
minute limit has been enabled on the Solar Siren.
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Disarming the System
Tamper
The system can be disarmed using either the Remote
Control or the Control Panel as follows:
If the battery cover of any device (except a Remote
Control) is removed or if the Solar Siren or Control
Panel are removed from the wall then a Full Alarm
condition will be initiated even if the system is
disarmed. The alarm condition will continue either for
the alarm duration when the system will automatically
reset or until the system is Disarmed from the Remote
Control or Control Panel. The Tamper LED on the
Control Panel will flash to indicate the Tamper Alarm
has been activated.
Remote Control:
Press the
button.
The Control Panel will acknowledge the signal by
beeping.
The Siren will also acknowledge the Disarm signal
beeping twice unless beep disable has been set.
Note: The Tamper protection facility on the Solar
Siren operates independently of the Control Panel. If
the Tamper on the Siren is activated this will not be
indicated at the Control Panel.
Control Panel:
Press the ‘Disarm’ key, followed by the current User
Access code followed by the ‘Enter’ button
,
?
?
?
?
,
Battery Monitoring
User Access Code
All system devices continuously monitor their battery
condition. The Control Panel also monitors the battery
condition of all PIR and Magnetic Detectors. If the
battery level of any device drops below acceptable
levels then its low battery indication will be activated.
The Control Panel will acknowledge the signal by
beeping.
If the system has been triggered and an alarm
condition has occurred, then the appropriate LED
will be illuminated to indicate which zone(s) have
triggered the alarm. Make a note of the zone(s)
indicated to assist in tracing the cause of the alarm,
before pressing to clear the indication and return
the system to Standby.
In addition if any PIR or Magnetic Contact Detector
has a low battery status it will be indicated on the
‘LOW BAT’ LED on the Control Panel.
LED Glowing
LED Flashing
Personal Attack (PA) Alarm
Magnetic Contact
PIR
When a low battery indicator is activated the device
will continue to operate normally for up to 2 weeks
(depending on system use). However, the battery for
that device should be replaced as soon as possible.
A full Alarm condition can be immediately initiated at
any time (whether the system is Armed or Disarmed)
in the event of threat or danger by activating a Panic
Button on either the Remote Control or the Control
Panel.
Note: Before removing the battery cover on any device
to replace the battery, ensure that the system is put
into Test mode to avoid initiating a Full Alarm condition.
Remote Control:
Slide the Panic Button upwards.
The low battery indication for each system component
is as follows:
Control Panel:
Remote Control:
Press and hold the 9
button for approximately
When the Remote Control is operated under low
battery conditions the transmit LED will continue to
flash after the button has been released.
3 seconds.
The alarm will continue either for the alarm duration
when the system will automatically reset or until the
system is Disarmed from the Remote Control or
Control Panel.
Under normal battery conditions the LED will extinguish
when the button is released.
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PIR Movement Detector:
Batteries
Under low battery conditions the LED behind the
Detector lens will flash when movement is detected to
indicate that the battery needs to be replaced.
Before removing the battery cover on any device or
opening the Control Panel to replace the battery
ensure that the system is put into Test mode to avoid
initiating a Full Alarm condition.
Under normal battery conditions the LED does not
illuminate unless the PIR Detector is in Walk Test mode.
The specifications for replacement batteries are as
follows:
Magnetic Contact Detector:
Under low battery conditions, when the Detector is
activated, the transmit LED will be illuminated for
approximately 1 second as the door/window is opened.
Under normal battery conditions the LED will not
illuminate as the Detector is operated, (unless the
Detector is in Test Mode with the battery cover
removed).
Remote Controls
1 x 3V CR2032 Lithium Cells
(or equivalent)
Magnetic Contact
Detectors
2 x 3V CR2032 Lithium Cells
(or equivalent)
PIR Movement
Detectors
1 x 9V PP3 Alkaline
Note: Where applicable only fit PP3 Alkaline type
batteries. Rechargeable batteries should NOT be
fitted.
Maintenance
Your Alarm System requires very little maintenance.
However, a few simple tasks will ensure its continued
reliability and operation.
Disposal and Recycling
Disposal of this product is covered
by the Waste Electrical or Electronic
Equipment (WEEE) Directive.
Important: Should you, for any reason, have to
completely power-down the system (e.g. to move the
system to new premises) first put the system into Test
mode before removing the Control Panel cover and
disconnecting the power supply and back-up
batteries. To power-down the Solar Siren, undo the
fixing screw on the bottom edge and remove the front
cover. As the cover is removed the Siren’s Tamper
switch will activate, immediately cancel the alarm
using the Remote Control. Disconnect both the
rechargeable battery and initial power-up battery and
ensure that the Solar panel is covered with a light
proof material to prevent it being energized.
It should not be disposed of with
other household or commercial
waste.
At the end of its useful life the packaging and
product should be disposed of via a suitable
recycling centre. Please contact your local authority
or the retailer from where the product was
purchased for information on available facilities.
DO NOT BURN.
The Rechargeable Batteries contain Sulphuric Acid –
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPEN THE CASING.
Control Panel
The rechargeable batteries have a typical life of 3-4
years and need no maintenance during this period,
provided they are kept charged. The batteries will be
damaged if they are stored in a discharged state for
long periods.
Detectors and Remote Control
The Detectors require very little maintenance. The
batteries should be replaced once a year or when a
low battery status is indicated.
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Alarm Record
Complete the following information during installation for future reference when adding to your system and to assist
Trouble Shooting Zone Settings.
Zone Settings
Zone
Detector(s)
Zone
Operating
Mode
Location
Instant /
Delay
Arm
Part-Arm
1
2
3
4
5
6
You may make a note of your User Access Code and System House Code below.
User Access Code
System House Code
ECE
ON
e.g.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
= ON
8
Use the above diagram to
record your House Code
Voice Dialler Phone Numbers
Phone Number 1
Phone Number 2
Phone Number 3
Phone Number 4
This information is confidential and should be kept in a safe location.
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Troubleshooting
Symptom / Recommendation
Symptom / Recommendation
Control Unit not working – Power LED OFF
Detection Zone triggered (LED flashing) but
no alarm is sounding
1. Mains power failure – check if other electrical
circuits are operable.
1. Entry/Exit delay still running and not yet expired.
2. Check that the mains adaptor is plugged in and
the socket is switched ON.
2. Alarm duration period has already expired and
system has reset.
3. Check that the DC Jack Plug from the Mains
Adaptor is connected in the Control Panel.
3. Alarm duration programmed to “no alarm”.
4. Check the fuse/MCB in the Consumer Unit on the
circuit serving the Control Panel.
Full Alarm Condition occurs when system
has not been triggered by an intruder or is
disarmed
Note: Before replacing any fuses or resetting the
MCB, the cause of the failure must be investigated
and rectified.
1. Tamper switch activation
a. Check all Detector battery covers to ensure
correctly fitted.
Control Unit “Low Battery” LED flashing
b. Check Control Panel and Siren are securely
mounted to the wall and tamper switch is
closed.
1. Check all PIR Detectors for low battery indication,
(i.e. LED behind detection lens flashes when
movement detected). Renew batteries as required.
2. Panic Alarm operated from a Remote Control or
Control Panel.
Control Unit “Low Battery” LED illuminated
3. Jamming detection circuit operated.
1. Check all Magnetic Contact Detectors for low
battery indication, (i.e. LED on Detector body
illuminates for 1 second when Detector triggered).
Renew batteries as required.
LED on Remote Control not illuminating,
or is dim when unit is operated
1. Ensure battery is connected with correct polarity.
2. Ensure battery connections are good.
Control Unit not accepting User Access Code
3. Replace battery.
1. Pause between key depressions too long. Do not
pause for more than 5 seconds between pressing
keys.
PIR Movement Detector false alarming
2. Incorrect code entered. Allow 5 seconds to
elapse before re-entering correct code.
1. Ensure that the Detector is not pointing at a
source of heat or a moving object.
3. Reset to factory defaults and re-programme
system.
2. Ensure that the Detector is not mounted above
a radiator or heater.
Control Unit not responding to Detectors
3. Ensure that the Detector is not facing a window
or in direct sunlight.
1. Ensure that the ‘House Code’ is correctly set.
4. Ensure that the Detector is not in a draughty area.
2. Ensure Detector is within effective radio range of
the Control Panel and equipment is not mounted
close to metal objects.
5. Sensitivity detection set too high – reset to low
sensitivity detection.
3. Detector battery low – Replace Detector battery.
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Symptom / Recommendation
Symptom / Recommendation
Note: If an additional contact is used then the
doors / windows protected by both the main
wirefree Detector and the additional wired
Detector must be closed when either is opened.
PIR Movement Detector not detecting a
person’s movement
1. Check battery connections are good.
2. Sensitivity detection set too low – reset to high
sensitivity detection.
If one of the doors/windows is already open then
the opening of the other door/window will not be
detected.
3. Check that the Detector is correctly set up.
4. Ensure DIP switches 1- 3 of SW3 are correctly set.
Magnetic Contact Detector false alarming
5. Ensure that Detector is mounted the correct way
up, (i.e. with detection window at the bottom).
1. Ensure that magnet is correctly positioned in
relation to Detector.
6. Ensure that the Detector is mounted at the correct
height, (i.e. 2-2.5m).
7. Allow up to three minutes for Detector to stabilize.
2. Ensure that gap between magnet and Detector
is less than 10mm.
8. Ensure Detector is within effective radio range of
Control Panel and is not mounted close to metal
objects which may interfere with RF transmission.
3. Tamper switch below battery cover not depressed
– check battery cover is fitted correctly and that
fixing lugs are not broken.
PIR Movement Detector LED flashes on
detection of movement, (device in normal
operation mode)
LED on Magnetic Contact Detector illuminating
when door or window is opened
1. Low battery – replace batteries.
1. Low battery – replace battery.
Voice Dialler not operating
Magnetic Contact Detector not working
1. Check that phone line is operating normally by
connecting a normal telephone to the socket that
the Control Panel is plugged into and check for a
dialing tone.
1. Ensure batteries are connected with correct polarity.
2. Ensure battery connections are good.
3. Ensure ‘House Code’ is correctly set.
2. Check Control Panel is connected to telephone
socket using lead supplied.
4. Ensure DIP switches 9, 10 and 11 are set correctly.
3. Voice dialer not configured correctly:
5. Ensure Detector is within effective radio range of
Control Panel and is not mounted close to metal
objects which may interfere with RF transmission.
a. Phone number(s) incorrectly programmed.
b. Phone number(s) not enabled in Call Routing
sequence.
6. If an additional Magnetic Contact Detector is not
connected ensure jumper link fitted
c. Alarm Message has not been recorded.
7. If additional Magnetic Contact Detector is
connected:
d. Dial method incorrectly set for type of
exchange, (i.e. Tone/DTMF or Pulse).
a. Ensure jumper link removed.
b. Check that additional contact is correctly wired.
c. Ensure that Magnet is correctly positioned in
relation to Detector and that the gap between
Magnet and Detector is not too large.
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Extending your Alarm System
Your system may be extended to provide additional protection by adding further PIR Movement Detectors, Magnetic
Contact Detectors and Remote Control Units.
Accessories
0
433MHz
Wirefree Passive Infra-Red
Movement Detector
SAP E
433MHz
Wirefree Magnetic
Contact Detector
SAM E
433MHz
Wirefree Remote
Control
SAR E
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
7
8
9
2
433MHz
Wirefree Remote Keypad
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Guarantee
The product is guaranteed for one year from the date of purchase against faulty materials and
workmanship. No liability can be accepted for any problems caused by fair wear and tear, buyer’s
negligence, improper fitting or use, wilful or accidental damage, or any consequential loss or damage
howsoever caused. This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights and is valid for UK and EIRE only.
If you believe the product to be faulty or in the unlikely event of the product developing a fault during the
warranty period, then please contact our Customer Support Team on 0845 373 1353 for product assistance.
Product repair or replacement will be offered for faulty products only with our prior agreement. Should you
need to return a products then:
1. Contact the Help Line on the number above to obtain a Return Authorisation Number.
2. Adequately package your product to prevent damage in transit and include the following:
a. A copy of your original invoice/receipt.
b. A covering letter giving your full contact details, including email address (if applicable).
c. A description of the fault or problem.
Research and Development
Our R & D Department is constantly developing new products. We practice a policy of continued
improvement and reserve the right to change specifications without prior notice.
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Notes:
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Component Specification
Control Panel
1
2
3
4
FIRE
TAMPER
External Solar Siren
Magnetic Contact
Detector
ZONE
5
6
54
185
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
mm
mm
315
mm
125
9
0
mm
ESC
11
14
mm
mm
52
230
mm
mm
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●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
RF operating frequency: 433MHz
Range: Up to 100 metres
Battery Back-up
Detector Battery Status Indication
6 Zones
Part-Arm Facility
Instant or Delayed Alarm Zones
Entry/Exit Delay alarm mode
Entry/Exit Delay Warning (selectable)
90dB High Power Piezo Siren
Connections for Hardwired Siren
and Auto Dialler
Programmable 4 digit User Access Code
Programmable Alarm Duration
Programmable Entry/Exit Delay
Auto Reset
Zone Lockout
Siren Disable (selectable)
Dual front and rear anti-tamper
Personal Attack (PA)
Jamming Detection
Low Battery Indicator
85
225
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
RF operating frequency: 433MHz
Sealed lead acid battery 6V/1.2Ahr
Solar Panel 7.5V - Charge Rate
typically 60mA
Operation time in complete darkness
– up to 25 days
95dB Piezo Siren
3 minute alarm duration limiter (optional)
Auto reset
Siren Disable (selectable)
Dual front and rear anti-tamper
protection
Jamming Detection
Audible confirmation
15
26
mm
mm
mm
mm
●
RF operating frequency: 433MHz
●
Range: Up to 100 metres
●
Test Mode
●
Anti-Tamper protection
●
Facility to add external wired Magnetic
Contact Detector or Personal Attack
buttons
●
Typical Battery Life >1 year
●
Low Battery Indicator
Wirefree Remote
Keypad
(optional accessory)
Passive Infra-Red
Movement Detector
85
mm
112
114
mm
39
mm
mm
Remote Control
0
71
mm
45
mm
75
mm
●
●
●
●
39
mm
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
15
mm
RF operating frequency: 433MHz
Range: Up to 100 metres
Personal Attack (PA) switch
Operates all ARM, PART-ARM and
DISARM functions
Transmission indicator
Typical Battery life > 1 year
Low battery indicator
●
●
●
●
●
RF operating frequency: 433MHz
Range: Up to 100 metres
Detection range: up to 12m at 110°
Walk test facility
High/Low movement sensitivity settings
Anti-Tamper protected
Corner or surface mount
Typical Battery Life > 1 year
Low Battery Indicator
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
7
8
9
2
RF operating frequency: 433MHz
Range: Up to 100 metres
Changeable 4 digit User Access code.
Anti-Tamper protected
Personal Attack (PA) facility
Typical Battery Life > 1 year
Low Battery Indicator
Note: Product images are for illustration purposes only. Actual design/appearance
may vary however the Technical Specification will be as stated.
Customer Support Helpline: 0845 373 1353
(Local Call Rate - lines open 09.00 to 17.00 Monday to Friday)
Response Electronics Ltd.
Roman House, Lysons Avenue, Ash Vale, Surrey GU12 5QF
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.ResponseElectronics.com
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