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9500 Series
NSL No Subscriber Line Access System s
Scrolling & Non-Scrolling Directory
INSTALLATION, PROGRAMMING,
and TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL
L NOTICE
All inform ation, docum entation, and specifications contained in this m anual are subject to change
without prior notice by the m anufacturer.
©1998 by Mircom Technologies Lim ited
Printed in CANADA, June 30, 1998
LT-462 rev.6
TABLE of CONTENTS
IMPORTANT NOTICE
SYSTEM FEATURES
INTRODUCTION
SPECIFICATIONS
OPERATION
SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM:
Single Entrance Application
Multiple Entrances Application
Multiple Building Application
PRE-INSTALLATION PLANNING:
Entry or Lobby Panel Types
Controllers
Optional Program m ing Software Kit (using IBM ® PC), Model RS-485IM
Decoder/Relay Cabinets
Site Selection
Power Supply Requirem ents
W iring Requirem ents
CA-71A BIX Block or RJ-71C Punch-down Block W iring Configuration
Door Strikes
Post Office Lock
ENCLOSURES AND ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:
Sem i-Flush Trim Ring Installation
Mounting the UNIVERSAL Type Lobby/Entry Panels
Mounting the Magnetic Letter Kit (MLK-040)
Mounting the Therm ostat Heater Kit Model TH-101
Mounting the CONTINENTAL Type Lobby/Entry Panels
Mounting the Magnetic Letter Kit (MLK-070)
Mounting the Decoder/Relay Cabinet
ELECTRONIC MODULES INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:
Mounting the 9501A, 9502A or 9503 Controllers
Mounting the MD-345 Auxiliary Relay Board
Relay Cards Model 9512 Installation
SYSTEM W IRING INSTRUCTIONS:
W iring the 9501A (Main Controller) to 9508 or 9516 (Relay Cabinets)
Relay Cabinet's Decoder/Mother Board Jum per Configuration
W iring the Door Strike
W iring the Electrom agnetic Door Lock
W iring the Lock-Back Switch
W iring the Door Override (Postal Lock & Fire Alarm )
W iring the Music Source to 9501A Controller
W iring the Auxiliary Relay and Main Entrance Active Relay Contacts
W iring the System and Lam p Supplies
W iring Instruction for Multiple Entrances Application
W iring the Guard Telephone to 9501A Controller
W iring the Speaker, Mic., and Keypad/Display Assem bly
W iring to Earth Ground
W iring the Dedicated Telephone Line (Outside Line)
POW ERING THE SYSTEM
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PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS:
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"No Manual" Menu Driven Program m ing Using *888 .
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Manual Entry of Residents’/Tenants’ Dial Codes and Relay # .
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Entry, Review, Edit or Delete Dial Codes or
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SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS:
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APPENDICES:
A-1: CA-71A BIX Block W iring configuration
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IMPORTANT NOTICE
Notice for all 9500 series Telephone Entry Systems Sold in Canada:
The Canadian Department of Communications label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the equipment
meets certain telecommunications network protective, operational and safety requirements. The Department does not
guarantee the equipment will operate to the user's satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local
telecommunication company. The equipment must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection. The customer
should be aware that compliance with the above conditions may not prevent degradations of service in some situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility designated by the supplier.
Any repairs or alteration made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications
company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the Earth Ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines and
internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This is necessary both for proper operation and for
protection.
CAUTION: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the appropriate
electric inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate.
NOTICE:
The LOAD NUMBER (LN) assigned to each terminal device denotes the percentage of the total load to be connected to a
telephone loop which is used by the device, to prevent overloading. The termination on a loop may consist of any
combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the load numbers of all devices
does not exceed
100.
INDUSTRY CANADA (Formerly D.O.C.) Registration Number: 1156 6200 A
Notice for all 9500 series Telephone Entry Systems Sold in the U.S.A.:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment
is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and,
if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case
the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
W ARNING:
Changes or Modifications not expressly approved by MIRCOM TECHNOLOGIES LTD. could void the users’
authority to operate the equipm ent.
F.C.C. Registration Number: 1M 8CAN-21269-DT-E
Notice for all 9500 series Telephone Entry System Sold Internationally:
Conform ity to the local Tel. Co. standards m ust be reviewed before installation of 9500 Series Telephone
Access System s.
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SYSTEM FEATURES
SCROLLING DIRECTORY FEATURES:
T SCROLLING DIRECTORY
T Programmable using the lobby panel’s keypad
or IBM® PC
T 15 Characters Resident Name length.
T Capacity for up to 1000 Suites or Telephone Lines.
T 1000 reprogrammable KEYLESS ENTRY codes
for Residents plus five (5) spares for use of
building management.
T 4 lines by 20 characters VFD (Vacuum Fluorescent Display)
NON-SCROLLING DIRECTORY FEATURES:
T Capacity for up to 1000 Suites or Telephone Lines.
T Programmable using the lobby panel’s keypad
T 1000 reprogrammable KEYLESS ENTRY codes
for Residents plus five (5) spares for use of
building management.
TSUPERTWIST 2 lines by 16 characters backlit
extended temperature LCD display.
COMMON FEATURES FOR BOTH SCROLLING AND NON-SCROLLING TEL. ACCESS SYSTEMS:
T No SUBSCRIBER PHONE LINE FEE is required.
T User programmable MASTER CODE for security
and programming access.
T Capability of rotary "PULSE" or touch tone "DTMF" dialling.
T VARIABLE RESIDENT CODE LENGTH, 1, 2, 3 or 4 digit.
T SINGLE or MULTIPLE ENTRANCES capability.
T DOOR OVERRIDE connection for fire alarm. Doors will
pulse open during emergency.
T Built-in POST OFFICE LOCK micro switch.
T Connection for "LOCK-BACK" door contact to lock door
as soon as it is open to prevent "tailgating" through.
T MAIN ENTRANCE ACTIVE RELAY CONTACTS for use
of camera activation.
T AUXILIARY RELAY CONTACTS for use of auxiliary
entrance or garage door.
T User Definable Start Number for auto-programming
the Residents’ access codes.
T Programmable "DOOR OPEN" timer (99 seconds max.).
T Programmable "ON LINE or CONVERSATION TIME"
timer (99 seconds max.).
T Adjustable number of RING CYCLES.
T Built-in CALL WAITING feature.
T MUSIC-ON-HOLD input for music source (mono) such
as radio or tape deck.
TNONVOLATILE MEMORY (EEPROM), retains programmed
information during power failure.
T GUARD or CONCIERGE telephone connection. Use for
calling the Residents or Suites.
T DEDICATED TELEPHONE LINE, allows to dial 2 telephone
numbers of up to 11 digits.
T Stainless Steel or Painted Vein (textured) lobby panels
(Universal or Continental type enclosures).
T Watch Dog Timer circuit to automatically reset the unit to
eliminate system latch-up.
T Compact, small, and easy to install Decoder/Relay Cabinets
with LED indicator for each phone line. Ideal for installers
and troubleshooting.
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INTRODUCTION
MIRCOM'S 9500 Series Entry System s provides a high quality two way com m unication between the residents
and their visitors in a m ulti-unit dwelling establishm ent. The system uses the existing phone lines for
com m unication and access control. The system does not require a subscriber phone line since it uses the existing
phone line wiring. No expensive installation costs are incurred com pared to traditional hardwired intercom
system s. Its versatile design is loaded with standard features such as call waiting, m etal keypad, m ultiple entrance
capability, and provision for postal lock. The system lobby panels are available in heavy gauge nonm agnetic
stainless steel or painted vein (textured) finish. Surface or Flush m ount applications are available by selecting the
appropriate enclosure type (Universal or Continental, see page 7). Installation is quick and easy featuring a low
voltage operation and com plete system program m ability using the lobby panel’s keypad or IBM ® PC †.
† Trademark of International Business Machine personal computer
SPECIFICATIONS
The operating tem perature range is 50 °C (122 °F) to -20 °C (-4 °F). It is necessary that an optional TH-101
Therm ostat Heater be installed when the am bient tem perature falls below 0 °C (32 °F)
Power Supply Voltage Range is 105 to 128 VAC.
Use Loop Start phones only (not Ground Start phones ), check with your local telephone com pany.
OPERATION
STANDARD OPERATION FOR SCROLLING DIRECTORY UNITS:
Visitor calling the Resident:
At the entry point (lobby), the visitor locates the Resident’s Dial Code and Name by scrolling through the directory
list displayed on the screen by using the * or # keys. Pressing the * or # key m om entarily will scroll the list "up or
down" one nam e at a tim e. Holding the * or # key will scroll the list "up or down" continuously and stop scrolling
when the key is released. A known Dial Code can be entered directly on keypad without scrolling. W hen a call is
placed, a distinguishable ring notifies the resident that a visitor is calling. W hile talking to the visitor, the resident
m ay dial "9" to open the m ain door or hang-up the phone to refuse entry.
STANDARD OPERATION FOR NON-SCROLLING DIRECTORY UNITS:
Visitor calling the Resident:
At the entry point (lobby), the visitors locates the Resident’s Dial Code on the directory and enters the appropriate
code num ber on keypad. W hen a call is placed, a distinguishable ring notifies the resident that a visitor is calling.
W hile talking to the visitor, the resident m ay dial "9" to open the m ain door or hang-up the phone to refuse entry.
NOTE: Residents’ telephones must be capable of generating a touch tone (DTMF) or rotary "PULSE" signal for
the digit "9" for the door release circuit to activate.
OPERATION FOR AUXILIARY RELAY OUTPUT:
If the auxiliary relay output is used for control of garage or dock doors, the resident can activate or release the
auxiliary door by pressing the num ber "6". This function is available by using a touch tone (DTMF) type
telephones. No provision for Pulse (rotary) type telephones.
OPERATION FOR GUARD or CONCIERGE LINE:
The Guard can call the residents or suites by sim ply dialling * key followed by the resident's Dial Code . Also, the
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Guard can release the door by pressing the # key to allow entry. This function is available by using a touch tone
(DTMF) type telephones. No provision for Pulse (rotary) type telephones.
Call W aiting Feature:
All 9500 Series system s has a built-in two-way call waiting feature that notifies the resident (using the phone) with
a distinct tone that an incom ing caller is waiting. The resident m ay answer the call by flashing the hook switch.
There are two possible scenarios or situation exists here and are described below.
1. The visitors placed a call while the resident is on the phone (conversing with outside party):
In this situation, the resident will hear a distinct tone m eaning that a visitor is calling from the lobby. The resident
can answer the call by sim ply flashing the hook switch. This action will autom atically put the outside party “on
hold”. W hile talking to the visitors, the resident can allow entry by dialling the digit "9" to open the m ain door or to
refuse entry sim ply flash the hook switch or dial digit “4". Either action will reconnect the resident to the outside
party (previously put “on hold”) to continue their conversation.
2. The resident received an outside call while talking to the visitors in the lobby:
In this situation, the resident will hear a distinct tone m eaning that an outside line caller is waiting. There are two
ways to answer this call. One is to hang up the phone by sim ply flashing the hook switch or dial the digit “4"
(refusing entry). The second is by dialling the digit "9" which would allow entry. Both actions will autom atically
connect the resident to the outside line. Please note that the resident cannot put the visitors on hold because
of the allowable talk-tim e lim it of the system .
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SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAMS
SINGLE ENTRANCE APPLICATION:
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M ULTIPLE ENTRANCES APPLICATION:
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M ULTIPLE BUILDING APPLICATION:
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PRE-INSTALLATION PLANNING
Before the actual installation begins, the system requires various item s to be pre-arranged and are described
below:
1. ENTRY OR LOBBY PANEL TYPES
The UNIVERSAL series entry/lobby panels are hooded surface m ount enclosures with built-in lighting for outdoor
or indoor applications. Optional flush trim rings are available for sem i-flush installations. There are six (6) m odels
available and are listed below:
Universal Panels for Scrolling Directory:
M odel M US-5000SV
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M odel M US-5000SHV ±
Stainless Steel finish entry panel com es with keypad, 4x20 VFD display,
m icrophone, speaker, and m icro switch for postal lock. No controller.
Stainless Steel finish entry panel com es with keypad, 4x20 VFD
display,
arm oured handset, and m icro switch for postal lock. No controller.
Universal Panels for Non-Scrolling Directory:
M odel M US-5000
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M odel M US-5000H
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M odel M US-5120
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M odel M US-5120H
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Accessories:
M odel M UFT-5000P
M odel M UFT-5120P
M odel M PD-5120
M odel M PD-5240
M odel M LK-040
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M odel TH-101
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Stainless Steel finish entry panel com es with keypad, 2x16 LCD display,
m icrophone, speaker, and m icro switch for postal lock. No directory and
controller.
Stainless Steel finish entry panel com es with keypad, 2x16 LCD display, handset,
and m icro switch for postal lock. No directory and controller.
Stainless Steel finish entry panel com es with keypad, 2x16 LCD display,
m icrophone, speaker, m icro switch for postal lock, and paper directory for 120
nam es. No controller.
Stainless Steel finish entry panel com es with keypad, 2x16 LCD
display,
handset, m icro switch for postal lock and paper directory for 120 nam es. No
controller.
Flush trim ring for MUS-5000/H/S/SH panels.Painted black (textured).
Flush trim ring for MUS-5120/H, and MPD-5240 panels. Painted black (textured).
Stainless Steel add-on paper directory panel, 120 nam es capacity.
Stainless Steel add-on paper directory panel, 240 nam es capacity.
Magnetic strips directory kit, 40 nam es capacity. It com es with plastic
letters,
m agnetic strips, brackets, and hexnuts.
Therm ostat heater.
Note: Painted Silver, Gold & Copper Vein lobby panels are available by custom order.
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The CONTINENTAL series entry/lobby panels are designed for indoor applications only. These elegant lobby
panels can be m ounted either flush or surface by selecting the appropriate backbox. There are six (6) m odels
available and are listed below:
Continental Panels for Scrolling Directory:
M odel M CS-6001SV
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M odel M CS-6001SHV ±
Stainless Steel finish entry panel com es with keypad, 4x20 VFD display,
m icrophone, speaker, and m icro switch for postal lock. No controller.
Stainless Steel finish entry panel com es with keypad, 4x20 VFD display,
arm oured handset, and m icro switch for postal lock. No controller.
Continental Panels for Non-Scrolling Directory:
M odel M CS-6000
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M odel M CS-6000H
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M odel M CS-6240
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M odel M CS-6240H
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Accessories:
M odel M PD-6240
M odel M PD-6480
M odel BBF-6001
M odel BBS-6003
M odel BBF-6101
M odel BBF-6102
M odel BBS-6301
M odel BBS-6302
M odel M LK-070
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Stainless Steel finish entry panel com es with keypad, 2x16 LCD display,
m icrophone, speaker, and m icro switch for postal lock. No directory and
controller.
Stainless Steel finish entry panel com es with keypad, 2x16 LCD display, handset,
and m icro switch for postal lock. No directory and controller.
Stainless Steel finish entry panel com es with keypad, LCD display,
m icrophone, speaker, m icro switch for postal lock, and paper directory for 240
nam es. No controller.
Stainless Steel finish entry panel com es with keypad, LCD display,
handset, m icro switch for postal lock and paper directory for 240 nam es. No
controller.
Add-on paper directory panel, 240 nam es capacity.
Add-on paper directory panel, 480 nam es capacity.
Flush backbox for MCS-6001S/SH. Satin coat finish.
Surface backbox for MCS-6001S/SH. Painted black (textured).
Flush backbox for MCS-6000, MCS-6000H, and MPD-6120 panels.
Flush backbox for MCS-6240, MCS-6240H, and MPD-6480 panels.
Surface backbox for MCS-6000, MCS-6000H, and MPD-6240.
Surface backbox for MCS-6240, MCS-6240H, and MPD-6480 panels.
Magnetic strip directory kit, 70 nam es capacity. It com es with plastic letters,
m agnetic strips, brackets, and hexnuts.
Note: Painted Silver, Gold & Copper Vein lobby panels are available by custom order.
2. CONTROLLERS
SCROLLING DIRECTORY CONTROLLERS: For both LCD and VFD Display
M odel 9501-040A
± Main Controller. 40 nam es capacity.
M odel 9501-120A
± Main Controller. 120 nam es capacity.
M odel 9501-360A
± Main Controller. 360 nam es capacity.
M odel 9501-800A
± Main Controller. 800 nam es capacity.
M odel 9502-040A
± Add-on Controller for auxiliary entrance(s). 40 nam es capacity.
M odel 9502-120A
± Add-on Controller for auxiliary entrance(s). 120 nam es capacity.
M odel 9502-360A
± Add-on Controller for auxiliary entrance(s). 360 nam es capacity.
M odel 9502-800A
± Add-on Controller for auxiliary entrance(s). 800 nam es capacity.
Note: Make sure to order the proper lobby panels meant for scrolling directory.
Optional Programming Softw are Kit:
Model RS-485IM Interface Module, along with M SW -001 MirSoft TAS program m ing software, is an optional
program m ing kit to enable the user to upload or dow nload residents’ nam es, dial codes, keyless entry codes,
and relay line num bers using a personal com puter. This software can be used on IBM ®
PC/XT/286/386/486/Pentium Com patible PC under MS-DOS ® version 5 or higher, W indows 95 ® or higher, OS/2 ®
with Colour or Monochrom e Text Screen (MDA, CGA, EGA, VGA, SVGA) capability and one serial port. To order
this kit, please consult our factory for further inform ation.
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NON-SCROLLING DIRECTORY CONTROLLERS:
M odel 9501A
± Main Controller.1000 residents capacity.
M odel 9502A
± Add-on Controller for auxiliary entrance(s). 1000 residents capacity.
M odel 9503
± Multi-Building Guard House Controller. 1000 residents capacity.
Accessory:
PCB Assy.: M D-345
± Auxiliary 6 relay board. This m odule is intended for use of Multiple Building
Application or for applications where relay contacts are required for activation of
peripherals. Please contact our Engineering Field Support Personnel for detailed
wiring schem e and inform ation.
Note: Make sure to order the proper lobby panels meant for non-scrolling directory.
3. DECODER/RELAY CABINETS
M odel 9508
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M odel 9516
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Accessories:
M odel 9512
M odel 9512E
M odel 9106
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M odel 9106E
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M odel 9406
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Decoder/relay cabinet can hold up to eight (8) relay cards or ninety
telephone lines. Relay cards not included.
Decoder/relay cabinet can hold up to sixteen (16) relay cards or one
hundred ninety two (192) telephone lines. Relay cards not included.
six (96)
Relay Card interfaces up to 12 telephone lines.
Elevator Recall Relay Card provides up to 12 relay contacts.
6 Ft. Am phenol Cable. Standard for 9500 Series system s. Use this
cable
for CA-71A or RJ-71C configured BIX Block.
6 Ft. Am phenol Cable. Use this cable for interfacing the 9500 series system s to
existing RJ-71A configured BIX Block.
6 Ft. Octopus Relay Cable. Use this cable for custom wiring the telephone's Tip
and Ring by using the standard CA-38A (RJ-38A) m odular jacks.
4. SITE SELECTION
The Entry Panel should be installed as near as possible to the controlled entry point. Do not install the system in a
location where the LCD display is exposed to direct sunlight since it will reduce visibility.
5. POWER SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS
Select the appropriate power transform ers required by your system configuration. Below are the transform er
m odels that are available:
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M odel PS-4
M odel PS-3B
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M odel PS-13
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16 VAC/ 40 VA, CSA approved Class 2 Power Transform er.
8 VAC/13 VA, 16 VAC/17 VA, 24 VAC/20 VA, CSA approved Class 2 Power
Transform er.
12VDC, 200m A.
6. WIRING REQUIREMENTS
Count the num ber of wires and identify the proper gauges that are required for your system configuration. For a
typical Single or Multiple entrance application, please refer to pages 5 and 6. For System Block Diagram s page 7.
For custom applications, we recom m end consulting our Application Engineering personnel for evaluation.
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7. CA-71A BIX Block or RJ-71C Punch Down Block Wiring Configuration
CA-71A (for Canada) and RJ-71C (for U.S.A.) W iring Configurations of BIX or Punch Down Block can be found in
Appendices A-1 and A-2 respectively. Norm ally, the required blocks are installed by the telephone com pany. Each
block serves up to 12 telephone lines. The 50 pins Am phenol connector on the BIX block is connected to the 9512
relay card using the standard 9106 cable. Contact the telephone com pany at least three (3) weeks in advance
before the actual installation and order the required blocks. Com plete the CA-71A or RJ-71C Block Identification
Form in Appendix B-1 or B-2 (as required) for the phone installer. The form instructs the phone installer how the
phone lines should be wired to the BIX/Punch Down Blocks. If possible, all BIX Blocks should be installed as close
as possible to the 9508 or 9516 Decoder/relay Cabinet(s).
The following inform ation m ust be given to the Telephone Com pany:
1. Telephone num bers of the lines to which the 9500 system will be connected.
2. The Industry Canada (form erly D.O.C.) registration num ber 1156 6200 A for Canada.
3. The F.C.C. registration num ber 1M 8CAN-21269-DT-E for U.S.A.
3. The ringer equivalence num ber (REN) of 9500 system is 0.0B.
Note: RJ-71C W iring Configuration is not recognized by all telephone companies. For Bell Canada who has
jurisdiction for Ontario and Quebec, refer to CA-71A block for interconnect to the Telephone Entry systems.
Important notice:
Since there are two types of block wiring configuration, CA-71A and RJ-71C, we recom m end the user contact the
Telephone Com pany as to what block wiring configuration is available. W e suggest using Mircom 's standard 9106
cable for CA-71A or RJ-71C configured blocks since they are straight forward and easy to use.
8. DOOR STRIKES
Select the appropriate door strike as required by your system applications. W e recom m end using Mircom 's door
strikes below and its com patible power transform er. See appendix "C" for door strikes' specifications.
M odel M -10
M odel M -10HD ±
M odel M -20
± DC (silent) or AC (buzzing) Door Strike. Use PS-3B transform er.
AC (buzzing) Heavy Duty Door Strike. Use PS-3B transform er.
± DC (silent) or AC (buzzing) Heavy Duty Door Strike. Use PS-3B transform er.
Important notice:
The door strike m ust have its own separate power transform er. Do not tap or use the system power transform ers.
W hen using a different door strike and door strike transform er, the m axim um strike load that m ay be switched
through the control unit is 28 VAC or DC, 3.0 Am p. Maxim um .
9. POST OFFICE LOCK
The system has a built-in m icro switch and m ounting hardware for postal lock installation. If a postal service is
required, contact the Post Office to obtain the lock.
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ENCLOSURES AND ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
M OUNTING THE UNIVERSAL TYPE LOBBY/ENTRY PANEL
Mount the panel as shown on FIG.1 and FIG.2 using the supplied screws.
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M OUNTING THE M AGNETIC LETTER KIT M ODEL M LK-040 (OPTIONAL)
Mount the Magnetic Letter Kit according to the Installation Instruction that com es with the Kit. Extra characters and
m agnetic strips can be ordered separately. Please contact the factory or our nearest dealer.
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M OUNTING THE THERM OSTAT HEATER KIT M ODEL TH-101 (OPTIONAL)
Mount the Heater Kit according to Fig 2A . Install the TH-101 Heater into bottom left hand corner of the universal
enclosure using the two spacers and two hex nuts provided. Use a pair of #18 AW G wires to connect from the
TH-101 unit to 24VAC tap on the PS-3B transform er. The transform er m ust be installed outside the enclosure.
Fig. 2A: HEATER INSTALLATION
M OUNTING THE CONTINENTAL TYPE LOBBY/ENTRY PANEL
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Mount the panels as shown on FIG.3 (for scrolling) or FIG.3A (for non-scrolling) using the supplied screws.
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M OUNTING THE M AGNETIC LETTER KIT M LK-070 (OPTIONAL)
Mount the Magnetic Letter Kit according to the Installation Instruction that com es with the Kit. This kit is used only
for Continental type lobby/entry panel.
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M OUNTING THE DECODER/RELAY CABINET
Mount the Decoder/Relay Cabinet as shown on FIG. 4 using the supplied screws.
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ELECTRONIC MODULES INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
MOUNTING THE 9501A, 9502A, or 9503 CONTROLLERS
Mount the controllers according to their respective installation instructions and follow the precautions mentioned on the
package. It is important to note that these modules are sensitive to electrostatic discharge and must be handled properly. To
avoid static discharge, we recommend touching a metallic object before opening the packages and handling these modules.
These Controllers can be mounted on either Universal or Continental type lobby/entry panels.
MOUNTING THE MD-345 (Aux. Relay Board)
Mount the board as shown on the installation instructions that come with the module.
RELAY CARDS MODEL 9512 INSTALLATION
Install the relay cards by matching the polarizing plastic peg and the keyhole on the decoder/mother board. No configuration
or jumper setting is required. All plugged-in relay cards are recognized automatically by the system. Connect the 6 ft.
Amphenol Cables models 9106 (standard), 9106E (interface to existing RJ-71A BIX Blocks), 9106BC or 9406 (octopus) to
the relay cards and tighten the screw(s) to secure the cables to the plates.
SYSTEM WIRING INSTRUCTIONS
WIRING THE 9501A (Main Controller) TO 9508 or 9516 (Relay Cabinets)
Note that the Relay Control wiring (Data, Clock, Latch, Gnd) needs to be shielded 4-wire 22AWG cable. The shields must be
connected to Earth Ground at each terminating point. Also note that the Relay Control line “COM(-)” (marked “GND” on some
older boards) is a system “Common” and MUST NOT be connected to Earth Ground !
FIG.5 COMMUNICATION LINK WIRING
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RELAY CABINET'S DECODER/MOTHER BOARD JUMPER CONFIGURATION
Install jumpers as shown in FIG. 6.
WIRING THE DOOR STRIKE TO 9501A, 9502A, or 9503 (Controllers)
Wire the Door Strike as shown in FIG. 7.
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WIRING THE ELECTROMAGNETIC DOOR LOCK TO 9501A, 9502A, or 9503 (Controllers)
Wire as shown in FIG. 8.
WIRING THE LOCK-BACK SWITCH TO 9501A, 9502A, or 9503 (Controllers)
Wire the Lock-Back Switch as shown in FIG. 9 to enable automatic door-open timer cut-off.
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WIRING THE DOOR OVERRIDE (Postal Lock & Fire Alarm) to 9501A, 9502A, or 9503 (Controllers)
Wire as shown in FIG.10.
WIRING THE MUSIC SOURCE TO THE 9501A CONTROLLER
Wire the Radio or Tape Deck's audio output as shown in FIG. 11.
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WIRING THE AUXILIARY RELAY and MAIN ENTRANCE ACTIVE RELAY CONTACTS
Wire as shown in FIG.12.
WIRING THE SYSTEM and LAMP SUPPLIES
Wire as shown in FIG. 13.
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WIRING INSTRUCTION FOR MULTIPLE ENTRANCES APPLICATION
Wire as shown in FIG. 14.
WIRING THE GUARD TELEPHONE TO 9501A CONTROLLER
Wire as shown in FIG. 15.
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WIRING THE SPEAKER, MIC., and KEYPAD/DISPLAY ASSEMBLY TO 9501A, 9502A, or 9503 (Controllers)
Wire as shown in FIG. 16.
WIRING TO EARTH GROUND
Although the electronics of the 9500 Series System are not Earth Grounded, it is absolutely vital to have good solid Earth
Grounding connections to each enclosure; that is, a separate (do not rely on the Relay Control Wire shields to provide this
Earth Ground) ground bonding wire (preferably at least 14 AWG) that is run to the NEAREST confirmed building electrical
system ground, or cold water pipe. This is required on the 9501A, 9502A, and 9503 Lobby Panel Enclosures, and the
Decoder / Relay Cabinet(s). Newer enclosures will have a clearly marked screw connection on the back marked “CHASSIS
GROUND”. Older enclosures may be Earth Grounded via a mounting screw if the enclosure metal under the screw is sanded
clean of paint to ensure a good electrical connection.
The Relay Control Wires (see Fig.5) use 4-conductor shielded cable. At each wiring point (9501A and each MD-342 Relay
Mother Board) the cable shields are connected to the same Earth Ground as the enclosure. This Earth Ground MUST NOT
be connected to any of the four Relay Control Wires (Data, Clock, Latch, Com) themselves.
NOTE: IF PROPER GROUNDING REQUIREMENTS ARE NOT FOLLOWED AS OUTLINED, REPAIRS MAY NOT BE
COVERED BY WARRANTY.
WIRING THE DEDICATED TELEPHONE LINE
Connect the “Outside Line” modular jack to a touch tone (DTMF) type telephone line by using the supplied telephone cord.
The “Outside Line” modular jack is located on the upper-left corner of the 9501A main controller board. The outside line is
used by the system to autodial up to 11-digit telephone number through the telephone network.
POWERING THE SYSTEM
Before powering the system, double check all the connections. When all connections are checked, power the system up and
observe the system display. If necessary, adjust the contrast as described in the Display Contrast Adjustment section.
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ELEVATOR RECALL (RESTRICTION) FEATURE
GENERAL OPERATION
Elevator-Recall (Restriction) is now a standard feature which has been im plem ented in the 9501A/NSL system .
The feature operates as such: a visitor calls a resident, is then allowed entrance at which point the entry door is
opened and the floor relay is activated. W hen the visitor gets on the elevator, he can only access the floor of the
resident. This feature is supported from both the Lobby as well as rem ote door points-of-access. The feature
operates by allowing the installer to (indirectly) associate the first two digits of the Resident/Tenant Code which a
visitor would enter on the lobby keypad (i.e. when trying to call a Resident Suite), with an elevator recall
(restriction) relay num ber. This reserved relay will be activated only after a Resident m akes the decision to allow
the visitor access to the building (i.e. when the Resident presses the digit which has been program m ed to activate
the m ain/rem ote door latch), so that the m ain/rem ote door latch and elevator recall relay are activated at the sam e
tim e and for the sam e length of tim e. W e suggest a separate tim er be used for each elevator floor relay.
The first two digits of the Resident/Tenant Code allow for a (theoretical) range from 01-95 relays to be reserved for
this purpose. For exam ple, the code “1201" and “1215' would both activate the sam e reserved relay. For the
purposes of the Elevator-Recall (Restriction) functionality, it is assum ed that both Resident/Tenant Codes (i.e.
1201 and 1215) would be assigned to Residents on the sam e (i.e. 12th) floor. Thus, a m axim um of 95 possible
relays (each assigned to a separate floor) can be accessed in this m anner.
These elevator recall (restriction) relays can only be allocated from the last relay-cabinet in the NSL system (the
m axim um num ber of relay cabinets is 16). If sixteen relay cabinets are not used, but Elevator-Recall (Restriction)
is required, then jum per the last relay cabinet (whatever it m ay be i.e. the fifth, sixth etc.) as if it were the sixteenth
cabinet. The jum per is placed in the 16th location, refer to Figure 6 for location. The very last relay in this cabinet
is however NOT available, as it is always reserved for use by the 9501A system .
NOTE: To have Elevator-Recall Restriction use Model 9512E Elevator-Recall Cards m ounted in a 9508 8 Relay
Card Cabinet.
Elevator-Recall (Restriction) is available with single and m ultiple entrances and are program m ed accordingly.
1. SINGLE ENTRANCE - ELEVATOR-Recall (Restriction)
At the 9501A, relays are program m ed to activate in association with a specific Resident/Tenant Code. Refer to
Appendix D-1 and Program m ing Instructions in this m anual. Only the relays in the last relay cabinet m ay be
program m ed as Elevator-Recall (Restriction) relays.
For exam ple: A single entrance system consists of a 9501A and 3 relay cabinets. The last relay cabinet m ay be
used as Elevator-Recall (Restriction) relays using the Model 9512E Elevator-Recall Cards (m axim um 8 cards in
the cabinet). Therefore it is recom m ended to associate all residents on the sam e floor with one Elevator-Recall
(Restriction) relay. Sam ple program m ing at the 9501A would be as such:
Resident/Tenant Code
Elevator-Recall (Restriction) Relay
(the last relay cabinet)
1201
1202
1203
1301
12
12
12
13
Looking at the inform ation above, the first two digits of the Resident/Tenant Code represents the resident’s floor.
Therefore all residents on the twelfth floor activate the sam e Elevator-Recall (Restriction) relay num ber 12 on the
first relay Model 9512E Elevator-Recall Relay Card in the last relay cabinet.
2. M ULTIPLE ENTRANCES - ELEVATOR-RECALL (RESTRICTION)
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For system s with m ore than one entrance, the 9502A m ust be program m ed for the Elevator-Recall (Restriction)
application.
NOTE: A 9502A IS USED FOR M ULTIPLE POINTS OF ENTRY. ONE 9502A IS REQUIRED FOR EACH
ENTRANCE IN ADDITION TO THE M AIN LOBBY ENTRANCE.
The UNIT-ID code is a num ber which is program m ed with each REMOTE 9502A system and can range from 0-9.
W hen the 9502A is to be used in an Elevator-Recall (Restriction) application, a value of 1 to 8 (representing
relay card 1 to 8 in the last relay cabinet) m ust be program m ed. A 9502A program m ed with a value of either 0
or 9 will be excluded from the Elevator-Recall ( Restriction) functionality. The UNIT-ID value for the (base) 9501A
system is NOT program m able and always has a value of 1.
The m ethod for association between the first two digits of the Resident/Tenant Code and the actual relay num ber
is outlined here for use with a 9502A:
1.
At the 9502A, the UNIT-ID identifies which relay card num ber (1 through 8 with 12 relays per card) in
cabinet 16 (or the last cabinet), will be the starting address for the Elevator Restriction relays.
2 The UNIT-ID also identifies (0 or 9) that a particular 9502A unit is to be excluded from the Elevator-Recall
(Restriction) feature (Default/Norm al operation).
3. In order for the 9501A to know what Resident/Tenant Code has been entered from a Rem ote (9502A)
keypad, it is necessary that the program m ed relay num bers match exactly the program m ed
Resident/Tenant Codes (specific to that particular 9502A panel). For exam ple:
At the 9502A
Resident/Tenant Code
Relay Code
0107
0107
0202
0202
At the 9501A
Resident/Tenant Code
0107
0202
Relay Code
0000
0001
EXAM PLES:
a)
Exclude REM OTE (9502A) panel from Elevator-Recall (Restriction) feature:
Program the 9502A with a Unit-ID code of 0 or 9.
Program the 9502A with Resident/Tenant Codes and relay num bers that were program m ed at the 9501A. In
this instance the 9502A will send the specific relay num ber to the 9501A to activate and ensure a
connection to this particular Resident Suite.
W hen the 9501A sees a UNIT-ID code of 0 or 9, it will take the relay num ber sent by the 9502A and
the connection. At the end of the call, the last relay in cabinet 16 will be activated (Default/Norm al
operation).
b)
activate
Include REM OTE (9502A) panel in Elevator-Recall (Restriction) feature:
Program the 9502A with a UNIT-ID code of 1 to 8, depending on the desired starting relay card num ber.
Program the 9502A with Resident/Tenant Codes used at the 9501A and input the sam e Resident/Tenant
Code num ber under the Relay # heading. For exam ple: if the Resident/Tenant Code is 0107 then the
Relay# is 0107 also at the 9502A. The 9501A Resident/Tenant Codes and the 9502A Resident/Tenant
Codes and Relay num bers at the 9502A should be identical.
W hen the 9501A “sees” a UNIT-ID code of 1 through 8, it will take the relay num ber sent by the 9502A and
perform a “lookup” on the (local) 9501A program m ed Resident database in order to resolve the actual relay
num ber to be activated. At the end of this call, the specific Elevator-Recall (Restriction) relay will then be
activated.
EXAM PLES:
If a 9502A is program m ed with a UNIT- ID = 1 and a Resident/Tenant Code of “1215" is entered on the
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keypad at the entrance (on the 9501A), then the Elevator-Recall (Restriction) relay num ber 12 (twelfth
relay on card num ber 1) in the last cabinet will be activated. If the Resident/Code is 1515, then the relay
num ber 15 (third relay on card num ber 2) will be activated.
If a 9502A is program m ed with a UNIT-ID =3 and a Resident code of “1215" is entered (rem ote), then the
Elevator-Recall (Restriction) relay num ber 36 (twelfth relay on card num ber 3) in the last cabinet will be
activated. If the Resident/Code is 1515, then the relay num ber 39 (third relay on card num ber 4) will be
activated.
9502A
9512E RELAY CARDS IN LAST RELAY CABINET
NOTES:
UNIT-ID
1
Relay Card Number 1 ( Relay number 1 to 12)
UNIT-ID
2
Relay Card Number 2 ( Relay number 13 to 24)
UNIT-ID
3
Relay Card Number 3 (Relay number 25 to 36)
UNIT-ID
4
Relay Card Number 4 (Relay number 37 to 48)
UNIT-ID
5
Relay Card Number 5 (Relay number 49 to 60)
UNIT-ID
6
Relay Card Number 6 (Relay number 61 to 72)
UNIT-ID
7
Relay Card Number 7 (Relay number 73 to 84)
UNIT-ID
8
Relay Card Number 8 (Relay number 85 to 95)
LAST RELAY NOT USED
FIRST TW O DIGITS OF THE RESIDENT/TENANT CODE REPRESENTS THE ELEVATORRECALL (RESTRICTION) RELAY NUM BER.
W HEN USING ELEVATOR-RECALL (RESTRICTION) IT IS NECESSARY TO USE A
SEPARATE TIM ER FOR EACH OF THE FLOOR RELAYS.
W IRING THE 9512E ELEVATOR-RECALL RELAY CARD
The 9512E Elevator-Recall Relay Card provides Com m on (C) and Norm ally Open (NC) contacts m arked on the
board silkscreen. The very first relay m arked Aux Rly is an auxiliary relay which is activated any tim e another relay
on the board is activated. The relays available for Elevator-Recall (Restriction) are labelled Relay 1 to Relay 12.
W iring is achieved at the term inal block which is rem ovable for easy installation.
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PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS: SCROLLING DIRECTORY
Before program m ing the system , obtain the required inform ation by using the form s provided in APPENDICES "D1 and D-2". Som e inform ation m ay be found on APPENDICES "B-1 and B-2".
The following program m ing inform ation pertains to both the 9501A and the 9502A unless otherwise specified.
After the system initializations (power up), the display should appear as shown below.
< MIRCOM >
Enter Resident Code
to view directory
press * UP
# DOWN
This is the Normal M ode of the system . The system will accept all valid Access Codes by entering them directly
on the keypad. Use the * or # key to scroll "up or down" the resident directory list. Pressing the * or # key
m om entarily will scroll "up or down" the directory list one nam e at a tim e. Holding the * or # key will scroll "up or
down" continuously and stop scrolling when the key is released.
Before entering the Programming Mode for the first tim e, it is recom m ended to restore the factory default Master
Code *999 by shorting the reset pins for approxim ately 3 seconds. Please see page 34, Fig. 18 for reset pins
location.
Note: Shorting the reset pins will only restore the factory default Master Code *999 and will not affect any
programmed information.
ENTERING PROGRAMMING MODE
W hile in the Norm al Mode, press "0" then enter the M ASTER CODE (factory default is *999) to enter the
PROGRAMMING MODE.
Pressing "0", the screen should appear ...
< MIRCOM >
***** _ _ _ _ *****
*******************
-Keyless Entry ModePressing "*", the next screen should appear...
< MIRCOM >
***** * _ _ _ *****
*******************
-Program Code Entry
Enter Master Code (default is 999), the next screen should appear...
< MIRCOM >
PROGRAM MODE
-Please Wait-Program Code Entryfor a few seconds, then the screen should change to...
<<< PROGRAM MODE >>>
Enter the three
digit program code
[Use *888 for Menu]
This is the PROGRAM MODE m enu. At this stage, the system is waiting for valid program m ing code.
Important note:
Before programming the system for the first time, it is recommended to clear the memory and restore all factory defaults
by using a special command *5*5 while in the Program Mode menu . Since this special command (*5*5) is a destructive
command which can erase all the programmed information without the provision to undo, the user must take precaution
when using this command.
There are two ways to program the system .
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1. By using *888 for Menu Driven type of program m ing.
2. By using the Direct Access Program m ing Codes for m anual program m ing. Entering these codes will lead the
user directly to the desired function. The Direct Access Program m ing Codes are listed in the table below.
Code
Function
Factory
Default
Program
Choices
*000
Exit Program m ing Mode
*000
n/a
*101
Enter Resident/Tenant Codes
and Relay Num bers
Blank
See worksheet
4 digit resident
code and 4 digit
relay num ber
*202
Review Resident/Tenant
Codes, Relay Num bers and
Resident/Tenant Nam es
Blank
See worksheet
Up to 23 digits to
review or delete
4 + 4 +15
*303
Enter Keyless Entry Codes
Blank
See worksheet
4 digits
*404
Review Keyless Entry Codes
Blank
See worksheet
4 digit code to
review or delete
*505
Change Master Code
*999
*___ ___ ___
3 digits
*606
Change Num ber of Ring Cycles
6 cycles
___ ___ cycles
2 digits
*707
Set Door Open Tim er
10 seconds
___ ___ seconds
2 digits
*808
Set On Line Tim er
60 seconds
___ ___ seconds
2 digits
*909
Select MULTIPLE/SINGLE
Entrance
Multi (00)
___ ___
00 Multi or
11 Single (2 digits)
*111
Enter 1st 11-digit Telephone
Num ber
Blank
(_) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
4-digit area code
and 7 digit
telephone num ber
*222
Enter 2nd 11-digit Telephone
Num ber
Blank
(_) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
4-digit area code
and 7 digit
telephone num ber
*333
Auto Program m ing
Residents’/Tenants’ Dial Codes
None
Qty_ _ _ Code:_ _ _ _
*777
Select Digit for Hold
3
__
NONE
3-digit m axim um
resident capacity
4-digit starting point
for resident codes
1, 2 or 3
"NO MANUAL" MENU DRIVEN PROGRAMMING USING *888
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W hile in the program m ing m ode, enter the "*888" to gain access to the program m ing m enu. After entering *888,
the screen should appear...
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Welcome to the NSL
On-Line Help Menu!
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
1 and 3 keys are for scrolling backward or forward the feature m enus.
# to access the displayed feature.
* to quit, exit, cancel or abort.
Press 3 for the next m enu. The screen should appear...
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Do you want to exit
from PROGRAM Mode?
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
1 inactive key
3 key to the first feature m enu.
# key to exit to Norm al Mode.
* key to Program m ing Mode m enu
Note:
Repeat the above scrolling process (i.e. pressing keypad 3) to locate the desired feature. To exit to
Normal Mode, enter *000 while in the PROGRAM MODE menu.
Press 3 again for the next m enu.
MANUAL ENTRY OF RESIDENTS'/TENANTS’ DIAL CODES and RELAY #
Residents'/Tenants’ Dial Codes and Relay # can be entered in the form at of 1, 2, 3, or 4 digits (less than 4 digits
m ust be preceded by 0's). These codes are used to call the residents using the Entry Panel's keypad. Use the
inform ation given on APPENDICES "D-1 and D-2" to program the Residents'/Tenants’ Dial Codes and Relay #.
To enter codes m anually, scroll through until you reach the feature as shown below.
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Do you want to enter
TENANT
Codes ?
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
Press # to access feature. The screen should display...
-Program OptionsCode
Relay#
_ _ _ _
_ _ _ _
Please enter choice:
Enter: 000x
for one (1) digit dial code
Enter: 00xx
for two (2) digits dial code
Enter: 0xxx
for three (3) digits dial code
Enter: xxxx
for four (4) digits dial code
To call a resident with two digits dial codes, simply enter xx
Where: 0 - Zero, x - Resident Dial Code (digit 0 to 9)
Enter Resident/Tenant Dial Code and Relay/Line num ber as per APPENDICES D-1and D-2. W hen you m ake a
m istake and wish to re-enter the code, press * to enter code again. After entering the Code and Relay num ber, the
next screen should display...
-Program Options* = Abort, # = Store
xxxx
xxxx
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Please enter choice:
Press # to Store or * to abort entry. Repeat this process until all codes are entered. W hen finished, press * to
return to PROGRAM MODE m enu. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to NORMAL
MODE.
NOTE: IF ELEVATOR-RECALL (RESTRICTION) IS TO BE USED, PLEASE DESIGNATE FIRST TW O DIGITS
OF RESIDENT’S CODE AS THE RESIDENT’S FLOOR NUM BER. FOR EXAM PLE: A RESIDENT LIVES ON
THE SEVENTH FLOOR, THEIR RESIDENT CODE SHOULD BE 07XX W HERE XX IS A NUM ERIC NUM BER
(01 TO 95) OF YOUR CHOICE. PLEASE REFER TO THE ELEVATOR-RECALL (RESTRICTION) SECTION IN
THIS M ANUAL FOR FURTHER INFORM ATION.
ENTRY, REVIEW, EDIT or DELETE DIAL CODES AND RESIDENTS'/TENANTS’ NAMES
To enter, review, edit or delete Dial Codes and Resident /Tenant Names, scroll through until you reach the feature
as shown below.
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Do you want to edit
TENANT Names ?
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
====TOP-OF-LIST=====
xxxx:
<==
Second line with “:” displayed can
xxxx
be selected by pressing “0".
xxxx
Where: xxxx are the Dial Codes.
Note: Press any number to exit.
Press * or # to scroll (review) "up or down" the list . To enter,edit, and delete the resident/tenant nam e, scroll until
the desired Access Code and Resident/Tenant Nam e is in the second line of the display.
Press "0" to enter, edit or delete Dial Code and Resident /Tenant Name. The next screen should appear....
-Program OptionsCODE:xxxx Relay:xxxx
NAME:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Please enter choice:
1and 3 to scroll "up or down" the character set. Character Set table is given on Appendix E.
7and 9 to m ove the cursor "left or right".
# to delete the displayed Dial Code and Resident Nam e.
CAUTION!: Deleting a Dial Code and Resident Name will also delete the corresponding Relay #.
After entering resident/tenant nam e, press * . The next screen should appear...
-Program Options* = Abort, # = Store
Name:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Please enter choice:
Press * to abort or # to store entry. Repeat the above process until all residents' nam es are entered. W hen
finished, press * to return to PROGRAM MODE m enu. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to
return to NORMAL MODE.
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AUTO PROGRAMMING RESIDENTS'/TENANTS’ DIAL CODES
This feature is provided to allow the user to program the Dial Codes autom atically. In addition, the user can specify
the "quantity" (num ber of codes) and "access codes start num ber" for quick installation.
Scroll through until you reach the feature as shown below.
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Do you want to AUTOPROGRAM Codes ?
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
-Program OptionsQuantity: _ _ _ (<xxx)
Codes start at: _ _ _ _
Please enter choice:
CAUTION!: Using Auto Program
<----where: xxx is the maximum resident capacity
<----4 digits access codes
will replace all those previously programmed codes.
Enter the desired "quantity" (num ber of codes) and "start num ber" for Dial Codes. The system should
autom atically program the codes increm entally by one (1). Please note that the Relay/Line Num ber will always
start at 0000. For exam ple, the start num ber is 1500, the data stored in the m em ory should be as shown below.
Code
1500
1501
1502
Relay number
0000
0001
0002
etc.
W hile the system is program m ing, the m essage will appear...
Now PROGRAMING!
- Please WaitW hen finished, the system should exit to the PROGRAM MODE m enu. To quit, enter *000 to return to NORMAL
MODE.
PROGRAMMING KEYLESS ENTRY CODES
The system can provide up to 1000 Keyless Entry Codes for residents and 5 spares for building m anagem ent. The
Keyless Entry Codes allow authorized residents/tenants to enter a code directly at the keypad to release the door
without the necessity of calling the resident. For obvious reasons, keyless entry codes should be kept well guarded
and controlled.
[Operation: press "0" followed by the four digit Keyless Entry Code]
To enter Keyless Entry Codes, scroll through until you reach the feature as shown below.
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Do you want to enter
KEYLESS Codes ?
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
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-Program OptionsKEYLESS Entry
Code #_ _ _ _
Please enter choice:
Enter the four digits Keyless Entry Code. If you m ake a m istake or wish to re-enter the code, press * to enter code
again. The next display should change to...
-Program Options* = Abort, # = Store
Code # x x x x
Please enter choice:
Press * to abort or # to store entry. Repeat this process until all codes are entered. W e recom m end not to use the
sam e keyless entry code. Press any num ber from 1-9 to exit to PROGRAM MODE m enu when finished. To quit,
enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to NORMAL MODE.
REVIEW AND DELETE KEYLESS ENTRY CODES
To review and delete Keyless Entry Codes, scroll through until you reach the feature as shown below.
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Do you want to edit
KEYLESS Codes ?
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
-Program OptionsCode To Review
# _ _ _ _
Please enter choice:
Enter the Keyless Entry Code to review or delete. The next display should appear...
-Program OptionsKEYLESS Entry
Code # x x x x
Please enter choice:
Press 1 or 3 to scroll (review) "up or down" the list. To delete the displayed code, press #.
W hen finished, press * to exit to PROGRAM MODE m enu for program m ing other functions. To quit, enter *000
while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to NORMAL MODE.
REPROGRAMMING MASTER CODE
Master Code (factory default is *999) m ay be changed to any desired three (3) digits code num ber. Since this
code is used to access all levels of program m ing, it would be a good idea to change the code to one that will be
known only by the installer or m anagem ent personnel. Please enter the new Master Code in the space provided
below for future reference.
New Master Code: ___________________
Date: ______________________
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To change the MASTER CODE, scroll through until you reach the feature as shown below.
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Do you want to edit
the MASTER Code ?
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
-Program OptionsMASTER Code
*_ _ _
Please enter choice:
Enter the New Master Code.Please do not use *888 for Master Code.The next display should appear.
-Program Options* = Abort, # = Store
* x x x
Please enter choice:
Press * to abort or # to store entry. The next display should appear...
-Program OptionsPress
*
To exit
Please enter choice:
Press * to exit to PROGRAM MODE m enu. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to
NORMAL MODE.
Note: To restore factory default Master Code, please see FIG. 18 for location of reset pins.
SET DOOR TIMER
To change Door-Open Tim er (factory default is 10 seconds), scroll through until you reach the feature as shown
below.
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Do you want to edit
the Door-Open Timer?
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
-Program OptionsDoor-Open Timer
00 to 99 Sec. x x
Please enter choice:
<----99 seconds max.
Enter the desired door-open period. The next display should appear...
-Program Options* = Abort, # = Store
00 to 99 Sec. x x
Please enter choice:
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Press * to abort or # to store entry. To quit, enter *000 while at the PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to NORMAL
MODE.
ELEVATOR-RECALL RESTRICTION (9502A ONLY)
The system can provide elevator-recall (restriction). Scroll down to the following feature.
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Do you want to edit
Elevator-Recall ID?
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
Press # to edit. The m enu should appear ...
-Program OptionsElevator-Relay
Card 1-8, 9-0
0
Please enter choice:
Enter one digit 1 to 8 for Elevator Restriction feature. Enter 0 or 9 for norm al operation without elevator-recall
(restriction). For m ore inform ation see the Elevator-Recall (Restriction) section in this m anual.
SET
ON-LINE TIMER (9501A only)
To change the On-Line period (factory default is 60 seconds), scroll through until you reach the feature as shown
below.
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Do you want to edit
the On-Line Timer?
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
-Program OptionsOn-Line Timer
00 To 99 Sec. _ _
Please enter choice:
<----99 seconds max.
Enter the On-Line period. The next display should appear...
-Program Options* = Abort, # = Store
00 To 99 Sec. x x
Please enter choice:
Press * to abort or # to store entry. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to NORMAL
MODE.
MULTIPLE / SINGLE ENTRANCE SELECT (9501A only)
To select Multiple or Single entrance (factory default is single entrance), scroll through until you reach the feature
as shown below.
[1=Bck]
Do you want
Single/Multi
[*=Abort]
[3=Fwd]
to edit
option?
[#=Yes]
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Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
-Program OptionsMulti or Single
M=00
S=11
_ _
Please enter choice:
Enter 00 for m ultiple entrances or 11 for single entrance. The next display should appear...
-Program Options* = Abort, # = Store
M=00
S=11
x x
Please enter choice:
Press # to store or * to abort entry. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to NORMAL
MODE.
RING CYCLE SELECT (9501A only)
To change the num ber of Ring Cycles (factory default is 6 cycles), scroll through until you reach the feature as
shown below.
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Do you want to edit
the Ring cycles ?
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
-Program Options# RING Cycles
00 To 99 Cycl. _ _
Please enter choice:
<----99 cycles max.
Enter the num ber of ring cycles. The next display should appear...
-Program Options* = Abort, # = Store
00 To 99 Cycl. x x
Please enter choice:
Press * to abort or # store entry. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to NORMAL
MODE.
SET CLOCK (NOT AVAILABLE - DO
NOT USE)
To set the clock, scroll through until you reach the feature as shown below.
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[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Do you want to set
the Time-of -Day ?
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
-Program OptionsHr
Mn
Sc
_ _ : _ _ : _ _
Please enter choice:
<----Hour : Minute : Second
Enter the Tim e-of-Day. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to NORMAL MODE.
TWO 11-DIGITS TELEPHONE NUMBER ENTRY (9501A)
The system has a built-in Dedicated Telephone Jack that can be connected to a standard residential jack (RJ11/CA-11). The user can program two ( up to 11-digit) telephone num bers that can be auto-dial through the
telephone network. Each telephone num ber has its own dial code. To take advantage of this unique feature, a
touch tone (DTMF) line is required.
To enter the FIRST 11-digit telephone num ber, scroll through until you reach the feature as shown below.
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Do you want to set
the 1st 11-digit # ?
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
-Program Options(1)
Code: _ _ _ _
_ - _ _ _ - _ _ _ - _ _ _ _
Please enter choice:
<----up to 11 digits telephone number
Enter Dial Code and telephone num ber. If less than 11 digits are required, sim ply press # to blank the rem aining
digit(s). W hen you m ake a m istake and wish to re-enter the code, press * to enter code again. After entering the
telephone num ber, the display should appear...
-Program Options* = Abort, # = Store
x - x x x - x x x - x x x x
Please enter choice:
Press * to abort or # to store entry. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to NORMAL
MODE.
To enter the SECOND 11-digit telephone num ber, scroll through until you reach the feature as shown below.
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Do you want to set
the 2nd 11-digit # ?
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
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Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
-Program Options(2)
Code: _ _ _ _
_ - _ _ _ - _ _ _ - _ _ _ _
Please enter choice:
<----up to 11 digits telephone number
Enter Dial Code and telephone num ber. If less than 11 digits are required, sim ply press # to blank the rem aining
digit(s). W hen you m ake a m istake and wish to re-enter the code, press * to enter code again. After entering the
telephone num ber, the display should appear...
-Program Options* = Abort, # = Store
x - x x x - x x x - x x x x
Please enter choice:
Press * to abort or # to store entry. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to NORMAL
MODE.
RING PATTERN SELECT (9501A only)
The system allows the user to adjust the ringing pattern as required. Factory default is set to a distinct ringing
pattern. Norm al or Standard North Am erican ringing pattern can be selected for applications where ringing pattern
is critical; especially for older answering m achines that only accept norm al ringing pattern.
To change the ringing pattern, scroll through until you reach the feature as shown below.
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Do you want to edit
ringing-pattern ?
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
-Program OptionsDistinct/Normal
D=15
N=38
_ _
Please enter choice:
<---- 38 for North American ringing pattern
Enter 15 for Mircom 's distinct ringing pattern or 38 for Norm al or Standard North Am erican ringing pattern. Enter
any num ber for other desired ringing pattern. After entering the selection, the display should appear...
-Program Options* = Abort, # = Store
D=15
N=38
x x
Please enter choice:
Press * to abort or # to store entry. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to NORMAL
MODE.
SORT RESIDENTS'/TENANTS’ NAMES
To sort Residents'/Tenants’ nam es, scroll through until you reach the feature as shown below.
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Do you want to sort
the tenant names ?
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
Press # to sort Residents'/Tenants’ nam es. W hile the system is sorting nam es, the display should appear...
Sorting tenant List!
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- Please Wait Sorting Residents'/Tenants’ nam es m ay take a few m inutes depending on the num ber of nam es to sort. The next
screen should change to...
Performing copy ...
- Please Wait W hen finished, the system should exit to PROGRAM MODE m enu. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM
MODE m enu to return to NORMAL MODE.
NOTE: Sorting cannot be performed with more than 600 nam es in a scrolling directory.
SELECT DIGIT FOR HOLD
To select the digit to put the caller on hold, scroll through until you reach the feature as shown below
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Do you want to
Program HOLD?
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
Press # to select hold digit. The display will be...
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Hold on digit
1,2, or 3 (_)
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
Type in the digit you require and then press # to store entry or * to abort. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM
MODE m enu to return to NORMAL MODE.
* * * * End of Programming * * * *
FIG. 18: 9501A, 9502A, and 9503 CONTROLLER’S RESET PINS & FUSES
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PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS: NON-SCROLLING DIRECTORY
Before program m ing the system , obtain the required inform ation by using the form s provided in APPENDICES "D1 and D-2". Som e inform ation m ay be found on APPENDICES "B-1 and B-2".
The following program m ing inform ation pertains to both the 9501A and the 9502A unless otherwise specified
After the system initializations (power up), the display should appear as shown below.
<<< MIRCOM >>>
followed by...
Please enter the
Resident Code ...
This is the Norm al Mode of the system . The system will accept all valid codes such as Access Codes, Keyless
Entry Codes, and program m ing Master Code.
Before entering to Program m ing Mode for the first tim e, it is recom m ended to restore the factory default Master
Code *999 by shorting the reset pins for approxim ately 3 seconds. Please refer to Fig. 18 for location of reset pins.
NOTE: Shorting the reset pins will only restore the factory default Master Code *999 and will not affect any
programmed information.
ENTERING PROGRAMMING MODE
Enter the M ASTER CODE (factory default is *999) to enable PROGRAMMING MODE.
The screen should appear ...
PROGRAM MODE
- Please Wait for a few seconds and then the display should change to...
> PROGRAM MODE <
Enter code now, or *888 for help ...
This is the Program Mode Menu. At this stage, the system is waiting for valid program m ing code.
Important note:
B efore program m ing the system for the first tim e, it is recom m ended to clear-up all m em ories and restore all factory defaults by using a special com m and *5*5 while
at Program Mode m enu . Since this special com m and (*5*5) is a destructive com m and which can erase all the program m ed inform ation without the provision to
undo, the user m ust take a precaution when using this com m and.
There are two ways to program the system .
1. By using *888 for Menu Driven type of program m ing.
2. By using the Direct Access Program m ing Codes for m anual program m ing. Entering these codes will lead the
user directly to the desired function. The Direct Access Program m ing Codes are listed on the following table.
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Code
Function
Factory
Default
Program
Choices
*000
Exit Program m ing Mode
*000
n/a
NONE
*101
Enter Resident/Tenant Codes
and Relay Num bers
Blank
See worksheet
4 digit resident
code and 4 digit
relay num ber
*202
Review Resident/Tenant
Codes
Blank
See worksheet
Up to 4 digits to
review or delete
*303
Enter Keyless Entry Codes
Blank
See worksheet
4 digits
*404
Review, Delete Keyless
Entry Codes
Blank
See worksheet
4 digit code to
review or delete
*505
Change Master Code
*999
*___ ___ ___
3 digits
*606
Change Num ber of Ring
Cycles
6 cycles
___ ___ cycles
2 digits
*707
Select Door Open Tim er
10 seconds
___ ___ seconds
2 digits
*808
Select On Line Tim er
60 seconds
___ ___ seconds
2 digits
*909
Select MULTIPLE/SINGLE
Entrance
Multi (00)
___ ___
*111
Enter 1st 11-digit Telephone
Num ber
Blank
(_) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_
4-digit area code
and 7 digit
telephone
num ber
*222
Enter 2nd 11-digit Telephone
Num ber
Blank
(_) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_
4-digit area code
and 7 digit
telephone
num ber
*333
Auto Program m ing
Residents’/Tenants’ Dial
Codes
NONE
Qty:_ _ _ Code:_ _ _
_
3-digit m axim um
resident capacity
4-digit starting
point for resident
codes
*777
Select Digit for Hold
3
__
00 Multi or
11 Single (2
digits)
1, 2 or 3
"NO MANUAL" MENU DRIVEN PROGRAMMING USING *888
Enter " *888 " to display a help m enu.
The screen should appear...
1=Up 3=Down
#=Execute *= Quit
1 and 3 keys are for scrolling up or down the feature m enus.
# key is used to access the displayed feature.
* key is used for quit, exit, cancel, or abort.
Press 3 for next m enu. The screen should appear...
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To Exit PROGRAM
MODE - Press #
At this m enu, pressing * will lead you to the PROGRAM MODE m enu. Pressing # will exit the PROGRAM MODE.
Press 3 again for next m enu. The screen should lead you to the first feature m enu.
NOTE: Repeat the above process to locate the desired feature.
To exit to Normal Mode, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE menu.
MANUAL ENTRY OF RESIDENTS'/TENANTS’ DIAL CODE AND RELAY #
Residents'/Tenants’ Dial Code can be entered in the form at of 1, 2, 3, or 4 digit. These codes are used to call the
residents using the Entry Panel's keypad. Use the inform ation given on APPENDICES "D-1 and D-2" to program
the residents' codes. To enter codes m anually, scroll through until you reached the feature as shown below.
To Enter TENANT
Codes - Press #
Press # to access feature. The screen should display...
Code
_ _ _ _
Relay #
_ _ _ _
Enter Dial Code and Relay/Line num ber. W hen you m ake a m istake and wish to reenter the code, press * to enter
code again. After entering the Code and Relay num ber, the next screen should display...
#=Store, *=Abort
x x x x
x x x x
for one (1) digit dial code
Enter: 00xx
for two (2) digits dial code
Enter: 0xxx
for three (3) digits dial code
Enter: xxxx
for four (4) digits dial code
To call a resident with two digits dial codes, simply enter xx
Where: 0 - Zero, x - Resident Dial Code (digit 0 to 9)
Press # to Store or * to abort entry. Repeat this process until all codes are entered. W hen finished, press * to
return to PROGRAM MODE m enu. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to NORMAL
MODE.
REVIEW AND DELETE RESIDENTS’/TENANTS’ DIAL CODES
To review and delete the residents'/tenants’ codes, scroll through until you reach the feature as shown below.
To Edit TENANT
Codes - Press #
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
Code to Review
_ _ _ _
Enter the code to review. The next display should appear...
Code
x x x x
Relay #
x x x x
Press 1 or 3 to scroll up or down the list. To delete the displayed code, press #.
CAUTION!: Deleting a Code will also delete the assigned Relay #.
W hen finished, press * to exit to PROGRAM MODE m enu to select other features. To quit, press *000 while at
PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to NORMAL MODE.
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AUTO PROGRAMMING THE RESIDENTS'/TENANTS’ DIAL CODE
This feature is provided to allow the user to program the Dial Codes autom atically. In addition, the user can specify
the codes start num ber which enhances the flexibility com pared to traditional MIRTEL 9000 series.
Scroll through until you reached the feature as shown below.
To Auto Program
Codes - Press #
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
Program Codes
from: _ _ _ _
Enter the desired start num ber for DIAL CODES. The system should autom atically program the codes
increm entally by one (1). Please note that the Relay/Line Num ber will always start at 0000. For exam ple, the start
num ber is (say) 1500, the data stored in the m em ory should be as shown below.
Code
1500
1501
1502
Relay number
0000
0001
0002
etc.
W hile the system is program m ing, the m essage will appear...
-
Now PROGRAMING!
Please
Wait -
W hen finished, the system should exit to PROGRAM MODE m enu. To quit, enter *000 to return to NORMAL
MODE.
PROGRAMMING THE KEYLESS ENTRY CODES
The system can provide up to 1000 Keyless Entry Codes for residents and 5 spares for building m anagem ent. The
Keyless Entry Codes allow authorized residents to enter a code directly at the keypad to release the door without
the necessity of calling the resident/tenant. For obvious reasons, keyless entry codes should be kept well guarded
and controlled. [Operation: press # followed by the four digits Keyless Entry Code]
Scroll through until you reached the feature as shown below.
To Enter KEYLESS
Codes - Press #
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
KEYLESS Entry
Code #_ _ _ _
Enter the four digits Keyless Entry Code. If you m ake a m istake or wish to reenter the code, press * to enter code
again. The next display should change to...
#=Store, *=Abort
Code # x x x x
Press # to store or * to abort entry. Repeat this process until all codes are entered. Press * to exit to PROGRAM
MODE m enu when finished. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to NORMAL MODE.
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REVIEW AND DELETE KEYLESS ENTRY CODES
To review and delete keyless entry codes, scroll through until you reach the feature as shown below.
To Edit KEYLESS
Codes - Press #
Press # to access feature. The display should appear...
Code To Review
# _ _ _ _
Enter the Keyless Entry Code to review or delete. The next display should appear...
KEYLESS Entry
Code # x x x x
Press 1 or 3 to scroll up or down the list. To delete the displayed code, press #.
W hen finished, press * to exit to PROGRAM MODE m enu for program m ing other functions. To quit, enter *000
while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to NORMAL MODE.
REPROGRAMMING MASTER CODE
Master Code (factory default *999) m ay be change to any desired three (3) digit code num ber. Since this code is
used to access all levels of program m ing, it would be a good idea to change the code to one that will be known
only by the installer or m anagem ent personnel. Please enter the new Master Code in the space provided below for
future reference.
New Master Code: ___________________
Date: ______________________
To change the MASTER CODE, scroll through until you reach the feature as shown below.
To Change MASTER
Code - Press #
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
MASTER CODE
*_ _ _
Enter the New Master Code. Please do not use *888 for Master Code.The next display should appear...
#=Store, *=Abort
* x x x
Press # to store or * to abort entry. The next display should appear...
Press *
To exit
Press * to exit to PROGRAM MODE m enu. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to
NORMAL MODE.
NOTE: To restore Master Code, please see FIG. 18 for location of reset pins.
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SET DOOR TIMER
To change Door-Open Tim er (factory default is 10 seconds), Scroll through until you reach the feature as shown
below.
Adjust Door-Open
Timer - Press #
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
Door-Open Timer
00 to 99 Sec. _ _
Enter the desired door-open period. The next display should appear...
#=Store, *=Abort
00 to 99 Sec. x x
Press # to store or * to abort entry. The next display should appear...
Press *
To exit
Press * to exit to PROGRAM MODE m enu. To quit, enter *000 wile at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to
NORMAL MODE.
ELEVATOR-RECALL (RESTRICTION) (9502A ONLY)
The system can provide elevator recall (restriction). Scroll down to the following feature.
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Do you want to edit
Elevator-Recall ID?
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
Press # to edit. The m enu should appear ...
-Program OptionsElevator-Relay
Card 1-8, 9-0
0
Please enter choice:
Enter one digit 1 to 8 for Elevator-Recall (Restriction) feature. Enter 0 or 9 for norm al operation without ElevatorRecall (Restriction). For m ore inform ation see the Elevator-Recall (Restriction) section in this m anual.
SET ON-LINE TIMER (9501A only)
To change the On-Line period, scroll through until you reached the feature as shown below.
Adjust On-Line
Timer - Press #
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
On-LINE Timer
00 To 99 Sec. _ _
Enter the On-Line period. The next display should appear...
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#=Store, *=Abort
00 To 99 Sec. x x
Press # to store or * to abort entry. The next display should appear...
Press *
To Exit
Press * to exit to PROGRAM MODE m enu. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to
NORMAL MODE.
MULTIPLE/SINGLE ENTRANCE SELECT (9501A only)
To select Multiple or Single entrance, scroll through until you reach the feature as shown below.
Pick Multi/Single
Option - Press #
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
Multi or Single
M=00
S=11
_ _
Enter 00 for m ultiple entrances or 11 for single entrance. The next display should appear...
#=Store, *=Abort
M=00
S=11
x x
Press # to store or * to abort entry. The next display should appear...
Press *
To Exit
Press * to exit to PROGRAM MODE m enu. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to
NORMAL MODE.
RING CYCLE SELECT (9501A only)
To change the num ber of Ring Cycles, scroll through until you reached the feature as shown below.
Adjust # of Ring
Cycles - Press#
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
# RING Cycles
00 To 99 Cycl. _ _
Enter the num ber of ring cycles. The next display should appear...
#=Store, *=Abort
00 To 99 Cycl. x x
Press # to store or * exit entry. The next display should appear...
Press *
To Exit
Press * to exit to PROGRAM MODE m enu. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to
NORMAL MODE.
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SET CLOCK (NOT AVAILABLE DO NOT USE)
To set the clock, scroll through until you reach the feature as shown below.
Set Time-of Day
Clock -Press #
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
Hr
Mn
Sc
_ _ : _ _ : _ _
<----Hour : Minute : Second
Enter the Tim e-of-Day. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to NORMAL MODE.
TWO 11-DIGIT TELEPHONE NUMBER ENTRY(9501A only)
The system has a built-in Dedicated Telephone Jack that can be connected to a standard residential jacks (RJ11/CA-11). The user can program two of up to 11-digit telephone num bers that can be auto-dial through the
telephone network. Each telephone num ber has its own dial code. To take advantage of this unique feature, a
touch tone (DTMF) line is required.
To enter the FIRST 11-digit telephone num ber, scroll through until you reach the feature as shown below.
Set 1st 11-digit
Number - Press #
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
(1)
Code: _ _ _ _
_ - _ _ _ - _ _ _ - _ _ _ _
<----up to 11 digits telephone number
Enter Dial Code and telephone num ber. If less than 11 digits are required, sim ply press # to blank the rem aining
digit(s). W hen you m ake a m istake and wish to re-enter the code, press * to enter code again. After entering the
telephone num ber, the display should appear...
* = Abort, # = Store
x - x x x - x x x - x x x x
Press * to abort or # to store entry. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to NORMAL
MODE. To program the second 11-digit num ber, scroll through until you reach the m enu for entering the 2nd 11digit telephone num ber and follow the above process.
RING PATTERN SELECT (9501A only)
The system allows the user to adjust the ringing pattern as required. Factory default is set to a distinct ringing
pattern. Norm al or Standard North Am erican ringing pattern can be selected for applications where ringing pattern
is critical; especially for older answering m achines that only accept norm al ringing pattern.
To change the ringing pattern, scroll through until you reach the feature as shown below.
Program ringing
pattern - Press #
Press # to access the feature. The display should appear...
Distinct/Normal
D=15
N=38
_ _
<---- 38 for North American ringing pattern
Enter 15 for Mircom 's distinct ringing pattern or 38 for Norm al or Standard North Am erican ringing pattern. Enter
any num ber for other desired ringing pattern. After entering the selection, the display should appear...
* = Abort, # = Store
D=15
N=38
x x
Press * to abort or # to store entry. To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to NORMAL
MODE.
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SELECT DIGIT FOR HOLD
To select the digit to put the caller on hold, scroll through until you reach the feature as shown below
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Do you want to
Program HOLD?
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
Press # to select hold digit. The display will be...
[1=Bck]
[3=Fwd]
Hold on digit
1,2, or 3 (_)
[*=Abort]
[#=Yes]
Type in the digit you require and then press #. W hen finished, the system should exit to PROGRAM MODE m enu.
To quit, enter *000 while at PROGRAM MODE m enu to return to NORMAL MODE.
* * * * End of Program m ing * * * *
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SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS
CONTROL ADJUSTMENTS FOR CONTROLLERS
(See FIG. 19)
1. MUSIC LEVEL ADJUST - Adjust this control to reduce or increase the Music On Hold level. Turn
clockwise to increase m usic level.
2.
MICROPHONE VOLUME -
Adjust this control to the occupant's desired listening level. Turn clockwise to
increase volum e.
3.
SPEAKER VOLUME -
4.
PULSE SENSITIVITY ADJUST -
Adjust this control to the desired speaker loudness at the Entry Panel. Turn
clockwise to increase volum e.
Because of the condition of m any of the older rotary "PULSE" type
telephones in use, there is great variation with the signal they generate to release the door. The control units
com e factory preset to respond properly with these variations. If trouble is encountered in releasing the door
when using a rotary phone, this control m ay require adjustm ents as outlined below.
a) To increase sensitivity, turn the shaft of the control clockwise 1/10 of a revolution, then call the occupant
whose phone was previously not energizing the door release. Ask the party to dial "9" and observe if the
door release has been energized. Continue rotating the control 1/10 of a revolution at a tim e until the door
release is positively energized.
b) The control unit uses a crystal controlled electronic bandpass filter for the detection of the digit "9" for
Touch Tone type phones. Therefore, no adjustm ents are required for tone type detection as long as the
resident telephone can generate a "Touch-Tone" signal when on-line.
FIG. 19: CONTROL LOCATIONS
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DISPLAY CONTRAST ADJUSTMENT
Open the door and adjust the contrast control as shown on FIG. 20, turn clockwise to increase contrast.
FIG. 20: DISPLAY CONTRAST ADJUSTM ENT
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TROUBLESHOOTING
1. PROBLEM: NO CHARACTERS DISPLAYED ON DISPLAY
ACTION:
Open the door and locate the contrast control and ribbon cable on the Keypad/Display board.
Check the connecting ribbon cable. Push or plug-in into the J1 socket if necessary. Adjust the
contrast using a Phillips screw driver until the characters appear distinct.
2. PROBLEM: DOOR RELEASE NOT WORKING
ACTION:
Check the door strike fuse and the power supply transform er connections . Please
refer
to FIG. 18 for fuse location and FIG. 7 for wiring schem e. Check program m ed keyless entry
code and door-open period.
3. PROBLEM: DIALLING THE DIGIT "9" DOES NOT RELEASE THE DOOR
ACTION:
Please refer to System Adjustm ents, Pulse Sensitivity Adjust section for com plete inform ation.
In som e older rotary "PULSE" phone, dialling the digit "0" m ay solve the problem .
4. PROBLEM: SYSTEM LATCHED-UP
ACTION:
Reset the system by rem oving the power and powering it back on again (on newer boards
there is a switch to do this, located just above the term inal block, bottom right hand corner of
the 9501A and the 9502A). This action should initialize the system to norm al m ode. No
program m ed inform ation will be lost since the system uses a non-volatile m em ory that will
hold the inform ation even. Please note: the system m ust be Earth Grounded properly to avoid
latch-up.
5. PROBLEM: RELAY CARD TEL. LINE NOT RESPONDING
ACTION:
Check the jum per setting on the Relay Cabinet's Decoder/Mother board. Refer to FIG. 6 for
com plete details. Check the power supply transform er connection and voltage on the term inal
block. Check the com m unication link wiring, refer to FIG. 5 for wiring inform ation. If
necessary, repair or replace relay card.
CAUTION! Do not unplug or install any cards while the power is “on”.
Note:
For further help, please call or fax:
Application Engineering Department
Tel.: (888) 660-4655
Fax: (888) 660-4113
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APPENDIX A-1: CA-71A BIX Block Wiring Configuration
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APPENDIX A-2: RJ-71C Punch Down Block Wiring Configuration
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APPENDIX B-1: CA-71A BIX Block Identification Form
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APPENDIX B-2: RJ-71C Punch Down Block Identification Form
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APPENDIX C: ACCESSORY SPECIFICATIONS
DOOR STRIKES
M odel: M -10
VOLTAGE:
DIMENSION:
W EIGHT:
4-6V DC (silent), 8-16V AC (buzzing)
1 1/4" W ide by 5 7/8" High by 1 1/2" Deep
0.736 lb
M odel: M -10HD
VOLTAGE:
DIMENSION:
W EIGHT:
8-16V AC (buzzing)
1 1/4" W ide by 5 7/8" High by 1 1/2" Deep
0.706 lb
M odel: M -20
VOLTAGE:
DIMENSION:
W EIGHT:
4-6V DC (silent), 8-16V AC (buzzing)
1 3/4" W ide by 5 7/8" High by 1 1/2" Deep
0.986 lb
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APPENDIX D-1: DIRECTORY WORKSHEET
APT. #
RESIDENT NAM E
KEYLESS
ENTRY
CODE
DIAL
CODE
RELAY /
LINE
NUM BER
TEL. CO.
AM PHENOL
JACK #
0000
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
1
0007
0008
0009
0010
0011
0012
0013
0014
0015
0016
0017
2
0018
0019
0020
0021
0022
0023
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APPENDIX D-2: DIRECTORY WORKSHEET
APT. #
RESIDENT NAM E
KEYLESS
ENTRY
CODE
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DIAL
CODE
RELAY /
LINE
NUM BER
TEL. CO.
AM PHENOL
JACK #
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APPENDIX E: CHARACTER SET TABLE FOR SCROLLING DIRECTORY
W hile at Resident Nam e Entry m ode, scroll through the character set by pressing "1" to m ove backward or "3" to
m ove forward.
ex. while at 7, press "1" to go backward to 6.
ex. while at c, press "3" to go forward to d.
Space
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
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MIRCOM TELEPHONE ENTRY SYSTEM
RESIDENT OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Mircom's state-of-the-art door entry system has been installed in this building
to provide you and your guest with an increased level of confidence and
security.
The system operates with your existing telephone. Your guest simply dials
your code number or selects your name by scrolling through the electronic
directory on the lobby panel and your telephone will ring. When answered,
you will be in communication with your guest.
To unlock the main door, dial the digit " 9 " from your telephone.
To refuse entry, simply hang up.
CALL WAITING FEATURE
While engaged in a conversation with an outside line, a distinct tone will be
heard when a visitor places a call from the lobby panel. Flash the hook switch
to answer the call. This action will automatically put the outside line "on
hold". While on-line, you can open the main door by dialling the digit " 9 " or
to refuse entry simply flash the hook switch or dial digit " 4 ". Both actions
will automatically reconnect you to the previously "on hold" caller to continue
your conversation.
In a similar manner, you can answer your outside caller while talking to the
guest in the lobby. Please note that you cannot put your guest "on hold" due
to a system allowable talk-time limit (normally 60 seconds).
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Warranty & Warning Information
Warning Please Read Carefully
Note to End Users: This equipm ent is subject to term s and conditions of sale as follows:
Note to Installers
This warning contains vital inform ation. As the only individual in contact with system users, it is your
responsibility to bring each item in this warning to the attention of the users of this system . Failure to properly
inform system end-users of the circum stances in which the system m ight fail m ay result in over-reliance upon
the system . As a result, it is im perative that you properly inform each custom er for whom you install the system
of the possible form s of failure.
System Failures
This system has been carefully designed to be as effective as possible. There are circum stances, such as fire
or other types of em ergencies where it m ay not provide protection. Alarm system s of any type m ay be
com prom ised deliberately or m ay fail to operate as expected for a variety of reasons. Som e reasons for system
failure include:
•
Inadequate Installation
A Fire Alarm system must be installed in accordance with all the applicable codes and standards in order to
provide adequate protection. An inspection and approval of the initial installation, or, after any changes to the
system, must be conducted by the Local Authority Having Jurisdiction. Such inspections ensure installation has
been carried out properly.
•
Power Failure
Control units, smoke detectors and many other connected devices require an adequate power supply for
proper operation. If the system or any device connected to the system operates from batteries, it is possible for
the batteries to fail. Even if the batteries have not failed, they must be fully charged, in good condition and
installed correctly. If a device operates only by AC power, any interruption, however brief, will render that
device inoperative while it does not have power. Power interruptions of any length are often accompanied by
voltage fluctuations which may damage electronic equipment such as a fire alarm system. After a power
interruption has occurred, immediately conduct a complete system test to ensure that the system operates as
intended.
•
Failure of Replaceable Batteries
System s with wireless transm itters have been designed to provide several years of battery life under norm al
conditions. The expected battery life is a function of the device environm ent, usage and type. Am bient
conditions such as high hum idity, high or low tem peratures, or large tem perature fluctuations m ay reduce the
expected battery life. W hile each transm itting device has a low battery m onitor which identifies when the
batteries need to be replaced, this m onitor m ay fail to operate as expected. Regular testing and m aintenance
will keep the system in good operating condition.
•
Compromise of Radio Frequency (W ireless) Devices
Signals m ay not reach the receiver under all circum stances which could include m etal objects placed on or
near the radio path or deliberate jam m ing or other inadvertent radio signal interference.
•
System Users
A user m ay not be able to operate a panic or em ergency switch possibly due to perm anent or tem porary
physical disability, inability to reach the device in tim e, or unfam iliarity with the correct operation. It is im portant
that all system users be trained in the correct operation of the alarm system and that they know how to respond
when the system indicates an alarm .
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Automatic Alarm Initiating Devices
Sm oke detectors, heat detectors and other alarm initiating devices that are a part of this system m ay not
properly detect a fire condition or signal the control panel to alert occupants of a fire condition for a num ber of
reasons, such as: the sm oke detectors or heat detector m ay have been im properly installed or positioned;
sm oke or heat m ay not be able to reach the alarm initiating device, such as when the fire is in a chim ney, walls
or roofs, or on the other side of closed doors; and, sm oke and heat detectors m ay not detect sm oke or heat
from fires on another level of the residence or building.
•
Software
Most Mircom products contain software. W ith respect to those products, Mircom does not warranty that the
operation of the software will be uninterrupted or error-free or that the software will meet any other standard of
performance, or that the functions or performance of the software will meet the user’s requirements. Mircom
shall not be liable for any delays, breakdowns, interruptions, loss, destruction, alteration or other problems in
the use of a product arising our of, or caused by, the software.
Every fire is different in the amount and rate at which smoke and heat are generated. Smoke detectors cannot
sense all types of fires equally well. Smoke detectors may not provide timely warning of fires caused by
carelessness or safety hazards such as smoking in bed, violent explosions, escaping gas, improper storage of
flammable materials, overloaded electrical circuits, children playing with matches or arson.
Even if the smoke detector or heat detector operates as intended, there may be circumstances when there is
insufficient warning to allow all occupants to escape in time to avoid injury or death.
•
Alarm Notification Appliances
Alarm Notification Appliances such as sirens, bells, horns, or strobes m ay not warn people or waken som eone
sleeping if there is an intervening wall or door. If notification appliances are located on a different level of the
residence or prem ise, then it is less likely that the occupants will be alerted or awakened. Audible notification
appliances m ay be interfered with by other noise sources such as stereos, radios, televisions, air conditioners
or other appliances, or passing traffic. Audible notification appliances, however loud, m ay not be heard by a
hearing-im paired person.
•
Telephone Lines
If telephone lines are used to transm it alarm s, they m ay be out of service or busy for certain periods of tim e.
Also the telephone lines m ay be com prom ised by such things as crim inal tam pering, local construction, storm s
or earthquakes.
•
Insufficient Time
There m ay be circum stances when the system will operate as intended, yet the occupants will not be protected
from the em ergency due to their inability to respond to the warnings in a tim ely m anner. If the system is
m onitored, the response m ay not occur in tim e enough to protect the occupants or their belongings.
•
Component Failure
Although every effort has been m ade to m ake this system as reliable as possible, the system m ay fail to
function as intended due to the failure of a com ponent.
•
Inadequate Testing
Most problem s that would prevent an alarm system from operating as intended can be discovered by regular
testing and m aintenance. The com plete system should be tested as required by national standards and the
Local Authority Having Jurisdiction and im m ediately after a fire, storm , earthquake, accident, or any kind of
construction activity inside or outside the prem ises. The testing should include all sensing devices, keypads,
consoles, alarm indicating devices and any other operational devices that are part of the system .
•
Security and Insurance
Regardless of its capabilities, an alarm system is not a substitute for property or life insurance. An alarm
system also is not a substitute for property owners, renters, or other occupants to act prudently to prevent or
m inim ize the harm ful effects of an em ergency situation.
IMPORTANT NOTE: End-users of the system m ust take care to ensure that the system , batteries, telephone
lines, etc. are tested and exam ined on a regular basis to ensure the m inim ization of system failure.
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Limited Warranty
Mircom Technologies Ltd. warrants the original purchaser that for a period of two years from the date of
m anufacture, the product shall be free of defects in m aterials and workm anship under norm al use. During the
warranty period, Mircom Technologies Ltd. shall, at its option, repair or replace any defective product upon
return of the product to its factory, at no charge for labor and m aterials. Any replacem ent and/or repaired parts
are warranted for the rem ainder of the original warranty or ninety (90) days, whichever is longer. The original
owner m ust prom ptly notify Mircom Technologies Ltd. in writing that there is defect in m aterial or workm anship,
such written notice to be received in all events prior to expiration of the warranty period.
International Warranty
The warranty for international custom ers is the sam e as for any custom er within Canada and the United States,
with the exception that Mircom Technologies Ltd. shall not be responsible for any custom s fees, taxes, or VAT
that m ay be due.
Conditions to Void Warranty
This warranty applies only to defects in parts and workm anship relating to norm al use. It does not cover:
•
dam age incurred in shipping or handling;
•
dam age caused by disaster such as fire, flood, wind, earthquake or lightning;
•
dam age due to causes beyond the control of Mircom Technologies Ltd. such as excessive voltage,
m echanical shock or
•
water dam age;
•
dam age caused by unauthorized attachm ent, alterations, m odifications or foreign objects;
•
dam age caused by peripherals (unless such peripherals were supplied by Mircom Technologies Ltd.);
•
defects caused by failure to provide a suitable installation environm ent for the products;
•
dam age caused by use of the products for purposes other than those for which it was designed;
•
dam age from im proper m aintenance;
•
dam age arising out of any other abuse, m ishandling or im proper application of the products.
Warranty Procedure
To obtain service under this warranty, please return the item (s) in question to the point of purchase. All
authorized distributors and dealers have a warranty program . Anyone returning goods to Mircom Technologies
Ltd. m ust first obtain an authorization num ber. Mircom Technologies Ltd. will not accept any shipm ent
whatsoever for which prior authorization has not been obtained. NOTE: Unless specific pre-authorization in
writing is obtained from Mircom m anagem ent, no credits will be issued for custom fabricated products or parts
or for com plete fire alarm system . Mircom will at its sole option, repair or replace parts under warranty.
Advance replacem ents for such item s m ust be purchased.
Note: Mircom Technologies Ltd.’s liability for failure to repair the product under this warranty after a reasonable
num ber of attem pts will be lim ited to a replacem ent of the product, as the exclusive rem edy for breach of
warranty.
Disclaimer of Warranties
This warranty contains the entire warranty and shall be in lieu of any and all other warranties, whether
expressed or im plied (including all im plied warranties of m erchantability or fitness for a particular purpose) And
of all other obligations or liabilities on the part of Mircom Technologies Ltd. neither assum es nor authorizes any
other person purporting to act on its behalf to m odify or to change this warranty, nor to assum e for it any other
warranty or liability concerning this product.
This disclaim er of warranties and lim ited warranty are governed by the laws of the province of Ontario, Canada.
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Out of Warranty Repairs
Mircom Technologies Ltd. will at its option repair or replace out-of-warranty products which are returned to its
factory according to the following conditions. Anyone returning goods to Mircom Technologies Ltd. m ust first
obtain an authorization num ber. Mircom Technologies Ltd. will not accept any shipm ent whatsoever for which
prior authorization has not been obtained.
Products which Mircom Technologies Ltd. determ ines to be repairable will be repaired and returned. A set fee
which Mircom Technologies Ltd. has predeterm ined and which m ay be revised from tim e to tim e, will be
charged for each unit repaired.
Products which Mircom Technologies Ltd. determ ines not to be repairable will be replaced by the nearest
equivalent product available at that tim e. The current m arket price of the replacem ent product will be charged
for each replacem ent unit.
W ARNING: M ircom Technologies Ltd. recommends that the entire system be completely tested on a
regular basis. However, despite frequent testing, and due to, but not limited to, criminal tampering or
electrical disruption, it is possible for this product to fail to perform as expected.
NOTE: Under no circumstances shall M ircom Technologies Ltd. be liable for any special, incidental, or
consequential dam ages based upon breach of warranty, breach of contract, negligence, strict liability,
or any other legal theory. Such damages include, but are not limited to, loss of profits, loss of the
product or any associated equipment, cost of capital, cost of substitute or replacem ent equipment,
facilities or services, dow n time, purchaser’s time, the claims of third parties, including customers, and
injury to property.
M IRCOM M AKES NO W ARRANTY OF M ERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
W ITH RESPECT TO ITS GOODS DELIVERED, NOR IS THERE ANY OTHER W ARRANTY, EXPRESSED
OR IM PLIED, EXCEPT FOR THE W ARRANTY CONTAINED HEREIN.
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