XP-400 Programming Form

XP-400 Programming Form
XP-400 Programming Instructions
®
Note: These Programming Instruction are intended to be used in conjunction with WI854C,
please refer to WI854C for additional information, instructions and definitions.
DEALER PROGRAM MODE
123
To Enter a hexadecimal digit
enter the following:
456
A1
A2
A3
D=
E=
F=
A4
A5
A6
Scroll Key
Use this key to scroll
through data that has been
entered in Programming
Blocks.
1. Remove power from the panel.
2. Remove all wiring from terminal
15 (PGM) and terminal 3.
3. Connect terminal 15 (PGM) to
terminal 3.
4. Apply power to the XP-400 control panel.
5. After a few seconds the ARMED,
READY and jSYSTEM TROUBLE LEDs will flash.
6. The keypad will beep 3 times
indicating the panel default values have been loaded.
7. Remove wiring between terminal
15 (PGM) and terminal 3.
8. Re-install original wiring for terminal 15 (PGM) and terminal 3.
ARMED
READY
AC
A0B
ZONE 1
Press this key before
entering a Programming Block Number.
ZONE 2
D
Blank Key
ZONE 3
Press this key to disable all features within a LED type Programming Block or to blank out digits in
a Direct Entry type Programming
Block.
ZONE 4
K F G
K F G
Set Key
jSYSTEM
FIRE
789
C
DEFAULTING THE PANEL
After 15 minutes of keypad inactivity the keypad
will emit a steady tone indicating the panel has been
left in Dealer Program Mode. Enter Dealer Code to
exit or press the B key to return to Dealer
- KEYPAD KEY DEFINITION
Hexadecimal Data Entry
A=
B=
C=
NOTE:
ZONE 5
ZONE 6
Note: Any programming in
Dealer Options 1 [96] and Dealer
Options 2 [97] will not be defaulted. If Dealer Code Lockout
has been programmed the panel
will not default the Dealer Code.
NAPCO
Dealer Code
Entering Dealer Program Mode
Enter
A8
+
(4) (5) (6) (7)
NOTE:
Entering Dealer Program Mode is not permitted while the panel
is Armed, Reporting, or the Bell Output is on. To Enter Dealer
Mode while the Bell is ON or the panel is Reporting or Armed;
power up the panel and enter Dealer Mode within the first 3
minutes. Pressing the b key clears the 3 minute timer.
ON
READY
OFF
ü
SYSTEM
Indicates the panel is in Dealer
Program Mode. The panel is
ready for a programming block
number to be entered.
FLASHING
Default Dealer Code shown in parentheses
Dealer Code
Exiting Dealer Program Mode
ARMED
Enter B A 8
(4) (5) (6) (7)
ARMED
FLASHING
READY
FLASHING
ü
SYSTEM
Indicates the panel is
Ready to exit Dealer
Program Mode. Enter
the Dealer Code to exit.
FLASHING
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Types of Programming Blocks
LED Programming Block
Enable features by pressing the key that corresponds to the associated feature; the LED will turn ON. To disable a feature press the key again;
the LED will turn OFF. To disable all features within a LED Type Programming Block press the D key; all LEDs will turn OFF.
1
LED Programming Block Example
Program zones 2 and 3 as Follower Zones.
02 Exit/Entry Follower
OFF
1. Enter Programming Block 02, by pressing
B (Beep), then 02 (Beep).
2. Press the 2 key to select zone 2.
3. Press the 3 key to select zone 3.
Zone 2 and Zone 3
LED Type
Programming LEDs are ON indicating that zones 2
Block
and 3 have been
programmed as follower zones.
Default
OFF
Ð
OFF
Ð
OFF
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
ZONE 1
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
ZONE 4
Direct Entry Programming Block
Enter data directly. For hexadecimal entries of A-F, use the A key + 1 through 6 keys, respectively. Use the D
key to blank out digits in Direct Entry type programming blocks. Default values are shown in parentheses.
1
Direct Entry Programming Example 1
Program the panel for a 60 second Exit Delay.
10 Exit Delay
0
1. Press B (Beep) 10 (Beep)
2. Press 060.
2
Direct Entry Programming Example 2
(Hexadecimal data entry)
Program Telephone Prefix Number with a 9E.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press B (Beep) 44 (Beep).
Press 9
Press A
Press 5
6
0 Exit Delay, seconds
Direct Entry
Type
Programming
Blocks
(0) (4) (5) Maximum Entry 255
E
44 Dialing Prefix
9
ARMED
OFF
READY
FLASHING
ü
SYSTEM
FLASHING
Indicates the panel is in
Dealer Program Mode and
the next digit entered will be
interpreted as a Hexadecimal digit. Valid entries are
1-6 (A-F).
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Viewing Data in Programming Blocks
To view data within a programming Block, enter the Program Block Number, then press the C key, continue pressing the C key until all digits within the Programming Block have been viewed. Data will be displayed in the binary format shown in the table below:
0/Blank
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*A/0
B
C
D
E
F
*
ZONE 1
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
NOTE:
In the following Programming Blocks, data that has
been entered as a ‘0’ will
be displayed as an ‘A’:
Subscriber ID Numbers,
Phone Numbers, Pager
Leading and Trailing digits
and Report Codes.
ZONE 4
ZONE LED ON
44 Dialing Prefix
Data = 9
Press B44 to enter Programming Block 44. The 1st
ZONE 1
digit of Programming Block 44 is displayed.
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
ZONE 4
2
(800) 645-9440
ZONE LED OFF
Example: Viewing the Dialing Prefix
A Dialing Prefix of 9E has been programmed at Programming Block Number
44 (outside access number). Follow the steps below to view the data.:
1
For Technical Assistance, Contact
the Napco Toll
Free Helpline (
Press the B key to view the 2nd digit.
9
E
NOTE:
The Following Programming Options are not
permitted for UL installations: [05], [06], [23-2],
[26-4] and [26-4].
The UL symbol by a
programming Block indicates the programming
option is not permitted
for UL installations.
Data = E
ZONE 1
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
NOTE:
For information about
programming blocks refer to XP-600 Installation
Manual WI854C.
ZONE 4
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Zone Features
03 Auto Bypass Reentry Zones
00 Exit/Entry Zones
Default
Default
UL
06 Open Circuit Zones
Default
ON
Zone 1
OFF
Zone 1
OFF
Zone 1
OFF
Zone 2
OFF
Zone 2
OFF
Zone 2
OFF
Zone 3
OFF
Zone 3
OFF
Zone 3
OFF
Zone 4
OFF
Zone 4
OFF
Zone 4
01 Home/Away with Delay Zones
04 24 Hour Protection Zones
Default
Default
07 Burg (Steady) Output
Default
OFF
Zone 1
OFF
Zone 1
ON
Zone 1
OFF
Zone 2
OFF
Zone 2
ON
Zone 2
OFF
Zone 3
OFF
Zone 3
ON
Zone 3
OFF
Zone 4
OFF
Zone 4
ON
Zone 4
02 Exit/Entry Follower Zones
Default
UL
See wiring
diagram for
Open Circuit
wiring.
05 40 ms Loop Response Zones
Default
08 Programmable Output (PGM)
Default
OFF
Zone 1
OFF
Zone 1
ON
Zone 1
OFF
Zone 2
OFF
Zone 2
ON
Zone 2
OFF
Zone 3
OFF
Zone 3
ON
Zone 3
OFF
Zone 4
OFF
Zone 4
ON
Zone 4
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System Times
System Features
10 Exit Delay
20 Keypad Features 1
24 Programmable Output (PGM) Features 2
Default
(0)
(4)
(5)
OFF
Zn 1 LED ON = *Keypad Panic 2 (KK )
OFF
Zn 1 LED ON = Reserved
Maximum Entry 255
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = *Keypad AUX (FF )
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = AUX
ON
Zn 3 LED ON = *Keypad Panic (GG )
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = Panic
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = Test Timer
11 Entry Delay
Entry Delay, seconds
(0)
(3)
(0)
Maximum Entry 255
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = *Ambush (4th User Code)
*See Note 1
21 Keypad Features 2
Bell Time-out, minutes
(0)
(5)
Default
ON
Zn 1 LED ON = Audible panic
OFF
Zn 1 LED ON = AC Fail
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = Exit/Entry with Urgency
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = Low Battery
ON
Zn 3 LED ON = Display Bypass (ARMED)
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = *Trouble
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = Disable Code Entry Beeps
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = Armed
*See Note 3
Maximum Entry 255
22 Miscellaneous Features 1
13 Reserved
Test Timer, days
(0)
(1)
Line Cut Time-to-Fail, seconds
Default
OFF
Zn 1 LED ON = Abort Delay
OFF
Zn 1 LED ON = Momentary Keyswitch Arming
ON
Zn 2 LED ON = Easy Arm/Easy Exit
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = Reserved
ON
Zn 3 LED ON = Swinger Shutdown
UL
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = Inhibit Fail to Communicate
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = Bell on Line Cut (Armed)
UL
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = Inhibit Low Battery Display
23 Programmable Output (PGM) Features 1
Default
Maximum Entry 255
15 Line Cut Time-to-Fail (Disabled = 000)
(0)
26 Miscellaneous Features 2
Default
14 Test Timer Interval
(0)
25 Programmable Output (PGM) Features 3
Default
12 Burg (Steady) Output Time-out
(0)
Default
Exit Delay, seconds
UL
OFF
Zn 1 LED ON = Audio Verification
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = *Access Output (A 3)
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = *Follow Keypad Sounder
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = *Keyfob/Keyswitch Chirp
(0) (0) Enable Feature-Valid Entries 10-255
16 Wireless Supervisory Timer
NOTE*See
1: Note 2
NOTE 2:
Additional programming required for reporting, see Blocks [36]&[56].
Cannot be programmed with any other Programmable Output (PGM) Feature.
Supervisory Timer, hours
(1)
(2)
Maximum Entry 26
NOTE 3:
Includes Bell Cut, Receiver Fail-to-Respond, Receiver Tamper, Receiver
JAM, Transmitter Low Battery and Transmitter Supervisory Faliure.
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Telephone Number 1 Programming
30 Subscriber ID Number
34 Zone Report, Telco 1
37 System Reporting, Telco 1
Default
31 Telephone Number 1
NOTE:
A fixed Dial Tone Detection (E) is included prior to the Dialing Prefix (Block
Number 44). Programming an E is not required for Telco 1, Telco 2 and
Telco 3. If dial tone detection is not desired select No Dial Tone Detection
in Communicator Features (Block Number 46). Program a D if a 4 second
delay is required.
32 Receiver Format
[0]
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
Disabled
Ademco Slow
Radionics Slow
Silent Knight Fast
Universal High Speed
Reserved
Point ID
Pager
(4)
Default
ON
Zone 1
OFF
Zn 1 LED ON = AC Fail Report
ON
Zone 2
ON
Zn 2 LED ON = Low Battery Report
ON
Zone 3
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = *Trouble Report
ON
Zone 4
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = Reserved
*See Note 2
35 Zone Restore Report, Telco 1
(15 min. report delay)
38 System Restore Report, Telco 1
Default
Default
OFF
Zone 1
OFF
Zn 1 LED ON = AC Restore Report
OFF
Zone 2
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = Battery Restore Report
OFF
Zone 3
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = Trbl Restore Report
OFF
Zone 4
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = Reserved
39 Opening Closing Report, Telco 1
36 System Reporting, Telco 1
Default
Default
OFF
Zn 1 LED ON = *KP Panic 2
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = *KP AUX (ff )/Ambush
Zn 3 LED ON = *KP Panic (gG )
ON
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = Test Timer
*See Note 1
(KK )
OFF
Zn 1 LED ON = User 1 Reporting
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = User 2 Reporting
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = User 3 Reporting
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = User 4 Reporting
33 Receiver Options
Default
ON
Zn 1 LED ON = 2300 Hz Handshake/Kissoff
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = Sumcheck
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = Single Digit
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = No Handshake/Pager Extend
NOTE 1:
NOTE 2:
Requires features to be enabled, see block [20].
Includes Bell Cut, Receiver Fail-to-Respond, Receiver Tamper, Receiver
JAM, Transmitter Low Battery and Transmitter Supervisory Faliure.
ZONE 3 TX LOW BATTERY
“RF TRAN LOW BAT, ZN03”
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Backup Telephone Programming
40 Subscriber ID Number (Telco 2)
44 Dialing Prefix
Dialing Prefix for Telco 1, Telco 2
& Telco 3.
41 Telephone Number 2
45 Communicator Features 1
Default
NOTE:
A fixed Dial Tone Detection (E) is included prior to the Dialing Prefix (Block
Number 44). Programming an E is not required for Telco 1, Telco 2 and
Telco 3. If dial tone detection is not desired select No Dial Tone Detection
in Communicator Features (Block Number 46). Program a D if a 4 second
delay is required.
ON
Zn 1 LED ON = Communicator Enabled
ON
Zn 2 LED ON = DTMF w/ Rotary Back up
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = DTMF only
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = Backup to Telco 2
42 Receiver Format
46 Communicator Features 2
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
Ademco Slow
Radionics Slow
Silent Knight Fast
Universal High Speed
Reserved
Point ID
Pager
Default
(4)
OFF
Zn 1 LED ON = No Dial Tone Detection
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = 2:1 Rotary Dialing
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = Backup if < 4 attempts
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = Reserved
43 Receiver Options
Default
ON
Zn 1 LED ON = 2300 Hz Handshake/Kissoff
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = Sumcheck
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = Single Digit
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = No Handshake
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Telephone Number 3 Programming
50 Subscriber ID Number
54 Zone Report, Telco 3
57 System Reporting, Telco 3
Default
51 Telephone Number 3
NOTE:
A fixed Dial Tone Detection (E) is included prior to the Dialing Prefix (Block
Number 44). Programming an E is not required for Telco 1, Telco 2 and
Telco 3. If dial tone detection is not desired select No Dial Tone Detection
in Communicator Features (Block Number 46). Program a D if a 4 second
delay is required.
52 Receiver Format
[0]
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
Disabled
Ademco Slow
Radionics Slow
Silent Knight Fast
Universal High Speed
Reserved
Point ID
Pager
(4)
Default
OFF
Zone 1
OFF
Zn 1 LED ON = AC Fail Report
OFF
Zone 2
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = Low Battery Report
OFF
Zone 3
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = *Trouble Report
OFF
Zone 4
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = Reserved
*See Note 2
55 Zone Restore Report, Telco 3
(15 min. report delay)
58 System Restore Report, Telco 3
Default
Default
OFF
Zone 1
OFF
Zn 1 LED ON = AC Restore Report
OFF
Zone 2
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = Battery Restore Report
OFF
Zone 3
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = Trbl Restore Report
OFF
Zone 4
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = Reserved
59 Opening Closing Report, Telco 3
56 System Reporting, Telco 3
Default
Default
OFF
Zn 1 LED ON = *KP Panic 2
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = *KP AUX (ff )/Ambush
Zn 3 LED ON = *KP Panic (gG )
OFF
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = Test Timer
*See Note 1
(KK )
OFF
Zn 1 LED ON = User 1 Reporting
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = User 2 Reporting
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = User 3 Reporting
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = User 4 Reporting
53 Receiver Options
Default
ON
Zn 1 LED ON = 2300 Hz Handshake/Kissoff
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = Sumcheck
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = Single Digit
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = No Handshake/Pager Extend
NOTE 1:
NOTE 2:
Requires features to be enabled, see block [20].
Includes Bell Cut, Receiver Fail-to-Respond, Receiver Tamper, Receiver
JAM, Transmitter Low Battery and Transmitter Supervisory Faliure.
ZONE 3 TX LOW BATTERY
“RF TRAN LOW BAT, ZN03”
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Report Codes
60 Zone Report Codes
Zone 1 Alarm Code
(3)
Zone 2 Alarm Code
(3)
Zone 3 Alarm Code
62 Zone Codes
65 Opening and Closing Code
Zone 1, 2, 3 & 4 Restore Code
NOTE:
The second digit of the Report Code is the number of
the zone that is reporting.
For example zone 5 report
code (default of 3) would be
35.
(3)
(E)
(F)
63 System Report Codes
Zone 4 Alarm Code
(C)
Closing Code
(B)
Opening Code
Zone 1, 2, 3 & 4 Trouble Code
(3)
66 Ambush Report Code
Keypad Panic 2 (KK)
(1)
(1)
Keypad AUX (FF)
(2)
(3)
(2)
(1)
(F)
(F)
(F)
(9)
(F)
(8)
(2)
(2)
Keypad Panic (GG)
Test Timer
AC Fail
61 Point ID Report Codes
(3)
Zone 2 Alarm Code
(3)
Zone 3 Alarm Code
(3)
Zone 4 Alarm Code
(3)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
FIRE
PANIC
BURGLARY
HOLDUP
GENERAL ALARM
RESERVED
GAS ALARM
HEAT ALARM
RESERVED
AUXILIARY
24 HOUR ALARM
*Trouble
(F)
67 Telephone Number 1
Default
Low Battery
Zone 1 Alarm Code
Enhanced Communicator Features
(1)
OFF
Zn 1 LED ON = Opening after Alarm (Cancel Code)
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = Conditional Closing
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = Reserved
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = Reserved
*See Note 1
68 Telephone Number 3
Default
64 System Restore Code
(E)
OFF
Zn 1 LED ON = Opening after Alarm (Cancel Code)
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = Conditional Closing
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = Reserved
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = Reserved
NOTE 1:
Includes Bell Cut, Fire Trouble, Receiver Fail-to-Respond, Receiver Tamper,
Receiver JAM, Transmitter Low Battery and Transmitter Supervisory Faliure.
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Wireless
Transmitters
RF ID #
Point
71 Zone 1
:
72 Zone 2
:
73 Zone 3
:
Programming Example
Enter the RF ID# located on
the Transmitter and Key Fob
labels.
RF ID # XXXXXX:X
:
74 Zone 4
Enter the point number to be
associated with the zone. If only
one point of GEM-TRANS2 is
used, enter a 1 in this location.
For GEM-GB, GEM-DT, GEMPIR enter a 1 in this location.
Keyfobs
RF ID #
81 Keyfob 1
82 Keyfob 2
83 Keyfob 3
84 Keyfob 4
AUX 1 AUX 2
:
:
:
73 Zone 3
0
0
1
2
B
0
:0
1
1. Enter Dealer Mode.
2. Enter
B
(beeps) 7 3 (beeps)
3. Enter
0012A200
4. Enter
1
(beeps)
Hexadecimal B Entry
Note: If the RF ID# in step 3 is not entered correctly the
keypad will emit a 1 second tone indicating incorrect entry.
Repeat steps 2 - 4 above.
AUX 1 & 2
Programming
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
:
Map point 1 of a window door transmitter, with RF ID# 0012B0:0
to Zone 3.
Panic
AUX
Bell ON
PGM
Instant
Access on PGM
Full Set System
Interior
Hexadecimal Data Entry
To Enter a hexadecimal digit enter the following:
A=A1
B=A2
C=A3
D=A4
E=A5
F=A 6
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Downloading
90 Callback Telephone Number
Dealer Programming
94 Dealer Code
97 Dealer Options 2
Default
(4) (5) (6) (7)
91 Ring Count
95 User 1 Code
(0) (9)
OFF
Zn 1 LED ON = *International Dialing Protocol
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = *Invert Bell Output
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = System Trouble Auto Reset
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = User 1 Code-Program only
*See Note 1
Maximum Entry 15
(1) (2) (3) (4)
92 Downloading Features
Default
ON
Zn 1 LED ON = Ring Method
OFF
Zn 2 LED ON = Answering Machine override
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = Command 6(A6) Download
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = Reserved
98 Number of Re-Dials
96 Dealer Options 1
Default
OFF
Zn 1 LED ON = Dealer Code Lockout
ON
Zn 2 LED ON = User 1 Code Lockout
OFF
Zn 3 LED ON = Reserved
OFF
Zn 4 LED ON = Reserved
(9)
NOTE 1:
International Features
93 Auto Download ID Number
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XP-400 WIRING DIAGRAM
E1
(REFER TO INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS WI853C)
+ RED
RECHARGEABLE
BATTERY
12 VDC 4AH OR 7AH
E2
RESIDENTIAL BURG (4 HOUR STANDBY) (2)
COMBINED STANDBY = 350 mA
BELL = 2.0 AMP
BLACK
ALL OUTPUTS ARE CURRENT LIMITED
COLD WATER GROUND
CONNECTION
USE ONLY COLD-WATER
PIPE OR BURIED GROUND
ROD. USE AT LEAST #16
AWG WIRE.
+6
-7
+8
-9
+10 -11 +12 -13
BELL
GND
2.2K
2.2K EOLR
(1)
ALL ZONE RESISTORS MUST BE INSTALLED,
EVEN IF ZONE IS NOT USED.
(2)
COMBINED STANDBY = KEYPAD CURRENT +
AUX POWER CURRENT + PGM CURRENT.
ZONE 1
ZONE 2
(SUPERVISED)
(+)
GEM-RECV-XP8
TELCO
18
TIP
19
RING
PHONE
BRN
(E)
RING
GRAY
(E)
17
TIP
GRN
ZONE 4
2.2K
GOLD
WHITE RED
2.2K
ORANGE
ZONE 3
16
Programmable
Output
(1)
(Z)
RPX-4
LOAD
50 mA MAX.
+
3.9K
BLK
(Z)
15
GND GREEN PGM
(-)
REMOTE BUS
+
(Z)
14
+PWR
GRN
EARTH
GROUND
+5
AUX POWER OUTPUT 10-12.5 VDC
GOLD
RED RED
-4
3.9K
RED
+3
3.9K
Zone
TM
Doubling
Resistors
2
RED
(E)
EZ
1
16 VAC 20 VA
TRANSFORMER
NAPCO TRF12
(OR EQUIVALENT
SEE WI879A).
Class 2
Transformer.
DO NOT
connect to
switched
outlet.
RED
2.2K
NOT USED
To RJ31X
(Supervised)
WARNING
TO PREVENT RISK
OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DISCONNECT TELEPHONE
LINES PRIOR TO SERVICING
12
+PWR
(E)
Normally Open Zone Wiring
3.9K
(Z)
ZONE 4
2.2K
Wire the normally
open contact
as shown (Zone 4).
Program the
zone for
Open Circuit [06]
operation.
(E)
ZONE 1
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