USER MANUAL

USER MANUAL
CA-10
Alarm Control Panel
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WARNING
In order to avoid any operational problems with the control panel, it is recommended
that you become familiar with this manual before you start using the equipment.
Making any construction changes or unauthorized repairs is prohibited. This applies, in
particular, to modification of assemblies and components. Maintenance or repair
operations should be performed by authorized personnel (i.e. the installer or factory
service).
Telephone terminals of the panel should be connected to PSTN lines only. Connecting
to ISDN lines may lead to damage of the equipment.
In case of upgrading the PSTN line to ISDN, system owner should contact the installer.
Pay special attention if the telephone line used by the control panel is frequently busy
and/or failures are reported concerning the line and/or monitoring. Report such
situations to the alarm system installer immediately.
CAUTION!
The alarm system is fitted with a battery. After expiry of its lifetime, the battery must not
be thrown away, but disposed of as required by the existing regulations (European
Union Directives 91/157/EEC and 93/86/EEC).
Latest EC declaration of conformity and product approval certificates can
be downloaded from our Web site www.satel.pl
CONTENTS
Technical Reliability of the Alarm System........................................................................2
Alarm System Operating Costs .......................................................................................2
CA-10 Control Panel........................................................................................................2
Armed Modes ..................................................................................................................3
Full armed mode..................................................................................................................... 3
Silent armed mode ................................................................................................................. 3
Partially armed mode.............................................................................................................. 3
Stay armed mode ................................................................................................................... 3
Operating Instructions .....................................................................................................4
LED Functions........................................................................................................................ 5
States of control panel armed zones in LCD keypad .............................................................. 6
States signaled with sound ..................................................................................................... 6
The signals produced to confirm the operation on the keypad .................................6
System events signaling...........................................................................................6
User Access Codes .........................................................................................................6
Arming .............................................................................................. [CODE][#] ........................ 7
Quick arming .............................................................................................[0][#] ........................ 7
Disarming and clearing alarm .......................................................... [CODE][#] ........................ 8
Clock controlled arming / disarming ........................................................................................ 8
System status telephone messaging ...................................................................................... 8
Control panel interfacing with DTMF (MST-1) control module................................................. 9
Functions of ◄▲▼► Key in the LCD Keypads ..............................................................9
Find the partition where alarm was activated ........................................ S key ........................ 9
Find the violated zones ........................................................................... W key ........................ 9
Find the zones that caused the alarm..................................................... X key ........................ 9
Find the partition where the keypad is attached .................................... T key ........................ 9
Changing display mode of system state ................................................ T key ...................... 10
„HOLD DOWN” User Functions.....................................................................................10
Switching to n partition (GOTO n) .................................................... [1][2][3][4] ...................... 10
Viewing alarms log ........................................................................................ [5] ...................... 10
Viewing troubles log ...................................................................................... [6] ...................... 11
Current trouble check-out.............................................................................. [7] ...................... 12
Switching CHIME on/off ................................................................................ [8] ...................... 13
Keypad backlighting ...................................................................................... [9] ...................... 13
Fire alarm ...................................................................................................... [*] ...................... 13
Auxiliary alarm ............................................................................................... [0] ...................... 13
Panic alarm.................................................................................................... [#] ...................... 14
User functions................................................................................................................14
User access code change .............................................................[CODE][*][1] ...................... 15
User (code) add.............................................................................[CODE][*][2] ...................... 15
User (code) erase..........................................................................[CODE][*][3] ...................... 16
Zone bypass ..................................................................................[CODE][*][4] ...................... 17
Silent arming..................................................................................[CODE][*][5] ...................... 18
Time setting ...................................................................................[CODE][*][6] ...................... 18
MONO switch outputs activate......................................................[CODE][*][7] ...................... 18
BI switch outputs activate..............................................................[CODE][*][8] ...................... 18
Power supply reset ........................................................................[CODE][*][9] ...................... 19
Telephone DOWNLOADING start ................................................[CODE][*][0] ...................... 19
Viewing events log .............................(additional function in the LCD keypad) ...................... 19
Technical Reliability of the Alarm System
The alarm system is built of the devices whose reliability is vital in effectiveness of
offered protection. The elements of the alarm system are subject to various outside
influences, for example weather conditions (outside signaling devices), lightning
(overhead telephone lines, power lines, outside signaling devices), mechanical damage
(keypads, detectors). Only permanent control of the alarm system operation ensures
keeping high level of burglary and fire protection.
The control panel is equipped with a number of safeguards and auto diagnostic
functions testing the reliability of the system. The control panel signals trouble detection
[TROUBLE] LED on the keypad on. The signal should be
by switching the
immediately taken care of - if necessary, the installer should be consulted.
It is necessary to periodically test the reliability of the alarm system - check every single
detector's ability to signal zone violation by opening the protected windows, doors etc. It
is also necessary to check signaling devices and telephone voice messaging system.
The installer provides detailed instructions on how the system should be checked. It is
recommended that the installer carry out periodic maintenance of the alarm system by
the user order.
In his best interest, the user should plan beforehand appropriate procedures in case the
control panel signals any alarm conditions. It is important that he should be able to
verify the alarm, determine its source on the basis of keypad information, and take an
adequate action, e.g., to organize evacuation.
Alarm System Operating Costs
The main task of the control panel is signaling and efficient reporting of alarm situations
and, in the case of the monitoring function, keeping the monitoring station informed
about the protected facility status. Performance of these functions is to a large extent
based on the use of a telephone line, which entails generating certain costs. Generally,
the level of costs incurred by the alarm system owner depends on the amount of
information the control panel has to transfer to the monitoring station. A failure of the
telephone links, as well as incorrect programming of the control panel, may to a large
degree increase these costs. Such a situation is usually related to an excessive number
of connections made.
The installer can adjust functioning of the alarm system to the specific conditions and
kind of the protected site, however it is the user who should decide if his or her priority is
transferring information at any price, or, if some technical problems occur, the control
panel is allowed to skip some events, the reception of which has not been confirmed by
the monitoring station.
CA-10 Control Panel
The CA-10 control panel is a modern, microprocessor-based equipment designed for
burglary and assault signaling systems. The CA-10 panel controls the alarm system,
responds to information coming from the system detectors about an intrusion into the
protected facility, and provides signaling and notification about the event. The control
panel can be operated by means of LED or LCD type keypads.
Basic functions of CA-10:
• signaling burglary, panic and fire alarms,
• telephone messaging about the alarms with voice or pager messages,
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• answering phone calls and informing the user of the system status (whether there
was an alarm condition since last arming),
• MONITORING - communication with telephone monitoring stations (real-time
transmission of detailed information about selected events in the protected facility),
• printing current information about all the system events on an external printer.
Features of CA-10:
• panel operation controlled with remote keypads,
• remote control by means of a telephone set (selected functions) - interfacing with
the MST-1 module,
• real-time status display for armed zones,
• viewing alarm condition and trouble logs available (for up to 255 events),
• option to subdivide the alarm system into 4 partitions (subsystems),
• any partition can be operated by up to 13 users with independent access codes
(up to 32 access codes) - the access codes can have different authority level, any
instance of using them is recorded in the event log,
• remote control of locks, lighting system and other devices from the panel keypads,
• activation of PANIC, FIRE and AUXILIARY alarms from the keypads,
• various system arming options (with automatic bypassing, with no-exit bypassing),
• internal clock capable of automatic arming and disarming of the system,
• automatic diagnostics of the basic components of the alarm system.
Armed Modes
To adapt the alarm system to various needs, the CA-10 control panel offers several
armed modes:
Full armed mode
The mode in which detectors connected to the panel control the protected facility and
violation of the protected zones is signaled by the panel with all available means (sirens,
reporting to telephone monitoring stations, telephone messages).
Silent armed mode
Armed mode in which alarms are signaled only in the panel keypads. The installer can
decide which of the detectors are to be automatically bypassed on activating this mode;
he can also choose signaling device to be used in that mode.
Partially armed mode
The installer can determine the detectors in the system which will be excluded from the
supervision when the system is armed with a special access code (authority level 7).
The user can, by entering an appropriate code, arm the system in a chosen part of the
facility only.
Stay armed mode
In this mode the panel enables automatic bypassing of chosen detectors if after arming
the user did not leave the supervised area and did not violate the entry/exit zone.
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Operating Instructions
Operating of the alarm system consists basically in arming and disarming the system
and responding appropriately to the information the control panel may signal on the
keypad. The LED keypad conveys information
on the status of the alarm system by means
of several LEDs and audible signals. The
LCD keypad displays the information about
the status of the alarm system by means of a
two-line,
backlit
LCD
display
(2x16
characters) and six additional LED controls.
There are two types of LED keypads (CA10 KLED, CA-10 KLED-S) and three types of
LCD keypads (CA-10 KLCD, CA-10 KLCD-S,
CA-10 KLCD-L) that can be used together
with the CA-10 control panel. All of them fully
support the alarm system.
The
CA-10
KLED keypads
indicate
simultaneously the status of one partition and
up to 12 zones of the control panel, while the
other ones can indicate the status of 4
partitions and 16 zones. Figures show
examples of LED and LCD keypads.
CA-10 KLED-S keypad
The keypad is provided with 12 keys,
designated according to the telephone standard, and intended for entering data. The
additional 4 arrow keys in the LCD keypad allow the user to move through the MENU
and to select functions.
CA-10 KLCD-S keypad. CA-10 KLCD-S and CA-10 KLCD-L keypads differ each
other in the dimension and the size of display.
The CA-10 KLED and CA-10 KLCD keypads are shown at the end of this manual.
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LED Functions
(red color) – blinking LED indicates alarm in partition. The LED goes out
after alarm reset (when none of LEDs is blinking, the alarm cause will be shown
by the function "Viewing alarm log". The alarm may have been caused by
a zone not displayed in the partition, or the zone belonged also to another
partition, where alarm was cleared).
ALARM
(yellow color) – blinking LED indicates there is a failure in the alarm
system. With the option „keypad trouble alarm on until cleared” (FS131) active,
it is blinking until the trouble log is viewed (key 7 function) and the function is
finished by pressing the [#] key.
TROUBLE
1…12
or
1…16
- (red color) LEDs indicating the status of system zones::
− ON – zone violated,
− blinking fast – alarm memory (the zone triggered alarm, but is not
violated any more),
− ON with a short extinguishment every 2 seconds – detector tamper
(2EOL zone type),
− flashing every 2 seconds – tamper memory (detector was tampered 2EOL zone type),
− blinking slowly – zone bypassed (indicated only with the partition
disarmed).
ARMED I, II, III, IV (yellow color) – The blinking LED indicates that partition exit
delay countdown is in process. Additionally, when the GO TO function is used,
the rapidly blinking LED indicates the partition currently controlled by the
keypad.
Note: When the function „display service message after tamper alarm” (FS131) is
active, the
[ALARM] LED, on detection of a tamper, is blinking until the
message is cleared with a service code.
Functions of the LEDs change on calling the service mode or entering the user function
mode.
Some states of the control panel are additionally indicated by combinations of LEDs
[ALARM],
[ARMED],
[TROUBLE]:
•
[ALARM],
user function
•
[ALARM],
[ARMED],
"Viewing alarm log"
•
[TROUBLE] blinking,
[ALARM] and
function "Viewing trouble log"
[ARMED],
[TROUBLE] blinking - control panel signals entering the
[TROUBLE] on - control panel performs function
[ARMED] on - control panel performs
Additional signaling, which is only provided in the CA-10 KLED-S keypad:
• LED designated with the
symbol is lit when the keypad audible alarm (buzzer)
is on.
• all LEDs blinking simultaneously (with 0,5s/0,5s timing), along with audible
signaling, informs the user that connection between the keypad and the control
panel has been lost.
• keypad illumination blinking with a high frequency - the keypad is receiving data
from the control panel.
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States of control panel armed zones in LCD keypad
The LCD keypad can indicate in the bottom line of its display, either periodically or
permanently, the state of control panel armed zones. Given below are symbols which
may be displayed at the successive items (1–16) and their meaning.
‚ - zone free (not violated)
¦ - zone violated
S - violated tamper circuit of two-parameter zone
a - there was alarm from a zone (alarm memory)
s - there was tamper alarm from a two-parameter zone (tamper memory)
b - zone bypassed
These symbols may be changed with the service function of LCD keypad.
States signaled with sound
The signals produced to confirm the operation on the keypad
• three short - system arming/disarming confirmation, alarm clearing, deactivating
output type 13 (BI switch),
• two long - wrong access code, canceling a function or incorrect data for
a function,
• three long - an attempt to arm the system when the zones with PRIORITY option
are violated or tampered (see: Arming),
• four short, one long - correct user function completion, activating type 13 (BI
switch) output, or activating type 12 (MONO switch) output.
System events signaling
• continuous signal - alarm condition,
• intermittent signal - fire alarm,
• one short signal every 3 seconds – entry delay time (or service mode),
• one long signal every 3 seconds - exit delay time,
• two short signals every 3 seconds - trouble,
• five short - CHIME zone violated,
• five long - DAY/NIGHT zone violated when the partition is disarmed, or counting
zone violated when the partition is armed.
The installer determines which events and in which keypads are to be signaled
acoustically.
User Access Codes
For everyday operation of the system it is necessary to know the user access code. The
control panel comes with one factory-set code (master user code) for each partition:
1234 for partition 1 (A),
2345 for partition 2 (B),
3456 for partition 3 (C),
4567 for partition 4 (D).
Additional 12 user access codes may be programmed for each partition (but no more
than 32 for the entire system). The code can be 4 to 6 digits long.
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In some keypads, the numeric keys are provided with letters. They may help the user
memorize a code by associating it with a particular word (e.g. the „[5][6][2][7][2]” code
corresponds to the word „KOBRA”).
When creating a new user access code, the master user assigns a so-called authority
level to it , i.e. determines which of the panel functions are available to the particular
user, and which are not. Usually, an access code entered for the particular partition will
only control that specific partition.
Optionally, the installer can activate the so-called "global access code" function. When
selected, this option makes the user access codes accepted in all 4 partitions,
irrespective of where they were entered, but the particular user number will not be
recorded in the event log.
Arming
[CODE][#]
Arming is only possible when the partition is not signaling alarm and is not already
[ARMED] diodes are off.
armed:
[ALARM] and
In order to arm the system access code should be entered and confirmed by pressing
[#] key. If, while typing the code, user makes a mistake, [*] key should be pressed and
the code re-entered. The access codes should be entered very carefully. Giving
a wrong access code three times in sequence may activate the alarm which is recorded
in alarm memory log as „3 wrong codes alarm”.
If the code is entered correctly and arming is possible, the panel will confirm the entry
with three short beeps. At the same time the
[ARMED] LED will start blinking, which
indicates the exit delay time.
The LCD keypad will display information on arming, as well as the name of the user
who activated the armed mode. It will be followed by information on the exit delay
countdown (provided such an option is provided by the installer). The partitions with
active exit delay countdown are also indicated by blinking of the corresponding LEDs.
The exit delay and the way of audible signaling operation should be determined by the
installer.
The panel may fail to arm the system if:
• the panel is not ready for arming: there are specifically selected zones which
cannot be violated or tampered when the system is being armed and one of them
is violated or tampered at the time of arming - the panel will signal the situation
with three long beeps. In such a case, it is recommended to wait until all the zones
are ready (the LEDs 1-12 / 1-16 go out), and then arm the system again. If one of
the zones remains violated (one of the LEDs 1-12 / 1-16 is on, which may be
caused e.g. by a detector trouble) or tampered the armed mode can be activated
after bypassing that zone (with user function 4),
• the access code is wrong - the control panel will signal the event with two long
beeps
• the partition contains no armed type zones - the control panel signals the event
with two long beeps (access code is correct and allows, for example, to call user
functions)
• battery trouble - three long beeps (proper option is selected to prevent the
system from being armed in case of battery trouble).
Quick arming
[0][#]
The user can quickly arm the system without any access code by pressing the [0][#] key
sequence. The Quick Arming function can be disabled by the installer. This way of
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arming is not affected by any detectors being violated at the time. The installer can also
install a special key for quick arming of the system.
Disarming and clearing alarm
[CODE][#]
When the control panel is armed (
[ARMED] LED is on or blinking) or signals an alarm
(
[ALARM] LED is blinking), it can accept only one command: disarming the system or
clearing the alarm. Entering the access code confirmed by pressing the keys [#] will
disarm the system or turn the alarm off. If, when entering the access code, the user
makes a mistake, he should press the [*] button and re-enter the code.
The panel confirms acceptance of the command by three short beeps and extinguishing
the
[ALARM] and
[ARMED] LEDs.
The control panel will not disarm the system or clear the alarm if:
• the access code is invalid,
• the access code authority level does not allow disarming (for example, authority
level 3 or 9 - see "User Functions" - "User add")
It is also possible to clear the alarm without disarming the system by using the authority
level 0 access code.
In the LCD keypad disarming the system is confirmed with an appropriate message on
the LCD display and the name of the user who armed the system. If the alarm has been
cleared the keypad will display the message "View (ÇÈÅÆ)" - the arrow buttons allow
viewing partition status to find out the source of alarm.
If the alarm system is divided into partitions, the alarm can only be cleared in the
partition whose keypad signals the alarm condition with the
[ALARM] LED.
Clock controlled arming / disarming
Arming and disarming of the system can be controlled by the control panel clock. The
installer can program the exact hour and minute of arming/disarming of the system.
Arming and disarming will occur every day at the specified time. The control panel may
also be armed with the clock only - then disarming will be done manually by the user.
System status telephone messaging
The owner of the facility where a CA-10 control panel is installed can check if there was
an alarm in the system by using a telephone. In order to do so, he has to call the
protected facility: the control panel will answer the call and inform about the system
status. The control panel will answer telephone calls only when the system in the entire
protected facility is armed.
When answering the call the control panel sends:
• one beep a second - if there was no alarm condition since the last arming;
• voice synthesizer message - if an alarm occurred within the last hour;
• sequence of five short beeps every second - if there was an alarm, but it
occurred more than an hour ago.
The panel can answer the calls in one of two modes:
• single calling mode - the panel answers the call after a specified number of rings
(as is the case with a standard answering machine); having answered a call, the
panel does not answer any more calls for 5 minutes;
• double calling mode - to get through to the panel, the user must call it and after
hearing a specified number of the so-called callback signals (1-second continuous
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tone followed by a 4-second pause - this signal corresponds to the telephone
ringing tone) hang up and call again (within 5 minutes) - the panel will answer the
second call immediately.
The installer decides if the function is to be activated and how the control panel will
answer the phone calls (number of rings, double calling, etc.)
Control panel interfacing with DTMF (MST-1) control module
The control panel can support a module which can enable the user to perform remotely,
by means of a telephone and DTMF signals, the following operations:
− check the state of partitions (armed, alarm)
− check the state of zones (which of them are violated)
− arm / disarm
− clear alarm
− bypass / unbypass zones
− silent arming
− control the MONO switch and BI switch outputs
The control panel may be controlled from a telephone set which the control panel is
calling during voice messaging (immediately after playback of the message from the
voice synthesizer) or, after establishing connection, from any other telephone. Details
regarding the control panel operation - see the manual for MST-1 module.
Functions of ◄▲▼► Key in the LCD Keypads
Activated by installer functions assigned to ◄▲▼► keys help in everyday control of
the system operation. The function is called by pressing the corresponding key. The
installer can disable the functions described below.
Find the partition where alarm was activated
S key
In multi-partition systems the find function enables determining the partition where alarm
[ARMED] LEDs the
was activated. On calling, the function shows by means of
partitions where alarm was activated, and on the LCD display the names of partitions
(every time the S key is pressed next partition name is shown).
Find the violated zones
W key
The function displays the names of violated zones. The zones are shown on pressing
the W key (the function shows the partition zones as selected by the installer).
Find the zones that caused the alarm
X key
The function displays the zone names for which the alarm has not yet been cleared
(individual alarm memory for zones). Every time the X key is pressed next zone name
is shown.
Find the partition where the keypad is attached
T key
The function displays the name of the basic partition operated with a keypad (the
partition to which the keypad is physically attached).
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Changing display mode of system state
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T key
Pressing and holding down the T key for about 3 seconds will temporarily change the
operating mode of LCD keypad: instead of displaying text messages on the system
status it will display the state of armed zones in LCD standard (and vice versa). The
keypad will automatically return to the operating mode specified by the installer after 40
or 140 seconds since the last key was pressed (depending on how the „long backlight”
option is set).
„HOLD DOWN” User Functions
The functions are available to any user (without using the access code). They are
activated by holding down the function key for about 3 seconds.
Switching to n partition (GOTO n)
[1][2][3][4]
In the alarm systems divided into several partitions (subsystems), a single keypad
control over the whole system is possible. When depressed and held down, the keys
[1], [2], [3] or [4] switch over the partition the keypad is currently controlling. The control
panel will confirm receiving the command with three short beeps and the LED indicating
the partition served will start rapidly blinking if the partition is disarmed, or will be on with
steady light, if the partition is armed. Since that moment, the panel will recognize the
keypad the function was called from, as if it was connected to the given partition.
The LED keypad enables all the operations to be performed in this partition, except for
the „HOLD DOWN” function (the GOTO function cannot be called again).
The given partition is exited automatically (the keypad returns to its own partition after
approx. 15 seconds after the last key was depressed) or after depressing the [*] key for
3 seconds. The panel confirms the return to its basic partition with four short and one
long beeps.
Pressing the [*] key in order to exit the GOTO function is immediately confirmed with
two long beeps, and after 3-second holding down the key, return to the basic partition
ensues.
Note: If the panel does not confirm depressing the given key, it is already in its basic
partition and after three seconds it will call fire alarm from the keypad.
The LCD keypad makes it possible to switch over from one partition to another, and
then to return to the basic partition, by holding down the key with the number of next
partition (as distinct from the LED keypad, the [*] key does not switch over to the basic
partition). For example, when the keypad is connected to the first partition (which is its
basic partition), hold down the key [2] to switch the keypad to the second partition, then
hold down the key [3] to go to the third partition, and then hold down the key [1] to go
back to the basic partition.
Note: The above mentioned GOTO function is only available when enabled by the
installer.
Viewing alarms log
[5]
By holding down the key [5] you can call the function which makes it possible to view
the alarms log.
In the LCD keypad, the following message will be displayed: „Viewing alarms log
(ÇÈÅÆ)”. Pressing any key will display a date, time and source of the last alarm.
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In the LED keypad, the
[TROUBLE] and
[ARMED] will go on, the
[ALARM] LED
will start blinking, while information on the last alarm will be shown on the LEDs 1-12.
Pressing any key (except for the [*] key, which stops viewing the alarms log
immediately), you can reach information on the previous alarms, until the end of the
events log. In the LCD keypads, the S T keys make it possible to scroll through the
alarms log, and the W X keys to get some extra information on the alarm source.
The panel signals three types of alarms: zone alarms, tamper zone alarms and keypad
activated alarms. In the LED keypads they are indicated as follows:
• zone alarms: one of the LEDs 1-12 / 1-16 is steadily on (burglary alarms, panic
alarms, fire alarms etc. depending on how the functions of the zones were set up
by the installer)
• tamper alarms of 2EOL type zones: one of the LEDs 1 to 12 / 1-16 is blinking
(this type of alarm signals an attempt to dismantle or damage detectors or alarm
system wiring),
• keypad activated alarms: the LEDs 1 to 8 are steadily on and two LEDs - one in
the 1 to 5 range and one in the 9 to 12 range - are blinking.
The LEDs have the following meaning:
1 - fire alarm keypad activated
2 - auxiliary alarm keypad activated
3 - panic alarm keypad activated
4 - tamper keypad alarm
5 - three wrong access codes alarm
9 - alarm activated in partition 1
10 - alarm activated in partition 2
11 - alarm activated in partition 3
12 - alarm activated in partition 4
Viewing troubles log
[6]
The function allows the panel user to reproduce information about the system trouble
conditions from the panel memory log.
After calling the function in the LCD keypad, the message "View troubles log ÇÈÅÆ"
will be displayed. Pressing any of the arrow keys causes the date, time, and last trouble
type detected name to appear. On pressing S key the list of previously detected
troubles is displayed, on pressing T key the list of subsequent troubles.
After calling the function in the LED keypad, the
[ALARM] and
[ARMED] LEDs will,
the
[TROUBLE] LED will start blinking, and one of the LEDs 1 to 12 will indicate the
kind of trouble. The LEDs have the following meaning:
1 - output 1 trouble,
2 - output 2 trouble,
3 - output 3 trouble,
4 - 230VAC loss
5 - battery trouble
6 - keypad power supply trouble
7 - time not set
8 - printer trouble
9 - telephone line loss
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10 - problem with transmission to monitoring station
11 - not used
12 - output 4 trouble
The previously detected troubles are displayed on repeatedly pressing any key. The
[*] key cancels the troubles log viewing function.
Current trouble check-out
[7]
When the control panel signals a trouble detection (the
[TROUBLE] LED is blinking),
you can activate the current trouble check-out function by holding down the key [7].
In the LCD keypad, information on the trouble will be displayed When there are more
troubles, you can scroll through all the detected troubles list by pressing the keys WS
or TX.
In the LED keypad on activating the function, the (the
[TROUBLE] LED and the LEDs
indicating current troubles turn on (lack of illumination of any of the 12 LEDs is also
indicative of a problem). Pressing any key stops the function.
Note: If the installer has activated the "Indicate trouble until cancelled" option, the
trouble indicator will be on until cancelled, even if the trouble cause has been
removed. The trouble will be cleared after the trouble memory viewing is
completed and the function is quitted by pressing the [#] key. Quitting the
function by means of another key will not cancel blinking of the
[TROUBLE]
diode.
The LEDs have the following meanings:
1 - output 1 trouble,
2 - output 2 trouble,
3 - output 3 trouble - no load (e.g., the siren wires are cut), or overload (short
circuit) - usually service intervention is required.
4 - 230V AC loss - the panel is equipped with a limited time battery backup; if the
AC power loss trouble occurs despite of an effective AC mains, service
assistance should be called.
5 - battery trouble - to check on the type of battery trouble, press the key [5] – the
LED 1 or LED 2 will show the type of trouble:
- LED 1 – the battery is not connected or almost discharged or the fuse
on the control panel board is out of order,
- LED 2 – the battery voltage is too low (lower than 12V under load) –
discharged battery. This state may last for several hours after the
system has operated without the mains supply (or after a discharged
battery is connected). The battery charging time depends on its
capacitance (the battery is charged with direct current about 350mA,
the time necessary for testing the battery status is approx.12 minutes).
6 - keypad power supply trouble - signals an installation fault; service
intervention is necessary (the trouble can only be displayed while
viewing the trouble log).
7 – time not set - occurs on powering down and restarting the control panel; the
clock should be set with user function 6.
8 - printer trouble - stands for "not-ready" status of the printer connected to the
control panel RS-232 port as a result of, e.g., paper out trouble or no
power supply. The RS-232 port is monitored if the installer activates
real-time event printout.
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9 - telephone line loss - the message indicates that the telephone line is cut off. It
may also indicate lifting the receiver of a telephone connected to the
same line for longer than the time specified by the installer.
10 - problem with transmission to monitoring station – the control panel
cannot get connected to the monitoring station, or the station fails to
confirm receiving of the monitoring codes,
11 - telephone line trouble - informs that the telephone messaging has failed
(no dialing tone when the receiver is off-hook; interrupted signal instead
of continuous one; busy line).
The troubles 10 and 11 will be signaled until next successful telephone
connection. The condition can be cleared by calling the trouble checkout function and pressing the [#] key.
12 - output 4 trouble
ALL OFF - system memory error - the message appears in case of erratic
microchip operation of the system (it may be caused by strong
electromagnetic interference e.g. produced by lightning) - in most cases
service should be called.
Pressing any key stops the function. If the installer has enabled the audible trouble
signaling, activating the trouble check-out function turns the signaling off.
Switching CHIME on/off
[8]
The function makes it possible for the user to switch the chime (audible signaling of the
violation of specified detectors) on/off in the keypad. Three short beeps in the keypad
confirm switching off of the chime signaling. Four short and one long beeps confirm
switching the chime on.
The installer decides which zones and in which keypads can use chime to signal their
status.
Keypad backlighting
[9]
The function, which is only available in the CA-10 KLED-S keypads irrespective of the
installer's settings, is used to control the keypad backlighting.
After restarting the system (power-up), the keypad always enters the automatic
backlighting mode, which is activated by pressing any key. To change the backlighting
mode, press the numeric key 9 and hold it down until you hear the corresponding signal.
One beep
- no backlighting.
Two beeps
- automatic backlighting.
Three beeps - continuous backlighting.
Fire alarm
[* ]
This function activates the fire alarm from the keypad.
Auxiliary alarm
[0]
The purpose of this alarm depends on current needs. It may be, for instance, an
emergency call for medical assistance. The function may transmit an appropriate
message about auxiliary alarm to the monitoring station and activate telephone
messaging.
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Panic alarm
[#]
This function activates the panic alarm from the keypad.
The functions of keypad alarms may be disabled by the installer.
User functions
If the control panel is disarmed and is signaling no alarm, there are some functions,
useful in everyday operation of the alarm system, available to the users. The access to
specific functions depends on the user's authority level.
In order to get access to the user functions, enter the user access code and
confirm it with the [*] key (not the [#] key, as is the case with arming / disarming). The
LEDs:
[ALARM],
[ARMED],
[TROUBLE] will start blinking in the keypad. To start
a specific function, you must first enter and confirm the user code and then press
the key with the function number:
• user access code change
[code][*][1]
• user (code) add
[code][*][2]
• user (code) erase
[code][*][3]
• zones bypass
[code][*][4]
• silent arming
[code][*][5]
• time setting
[code][*][6]
• MONO switch outputs activate
[code][*][7]
• BI switch outputs activate
[code][*][8]
• power supply reset (on „RESET power supply” outputs)
[code][*][9]
• telephone DOWNLOADING start
[code][*][0]
Notes:
• The functions [CODE][*][2] and [CODE][*][3] are only available to the partition master
code user.
• The functions [CODE][*][7] and [CODE][*][8] are always available, irrespective of
whether the control panel is armed, or not.
In the LCD keypad, after entering the user code and confirming it with the [*] key, the
list of user available functions will be displayed.
the arrow points to the
function that will be
activated by pressing
[#] or ► key
Æ Change own code
Add user
list of functions:
1. Change own code
2. Add user
3. Erase user
4. Bypass zones
5. Arming silent
6. Set time
7. Mono outs active
8. Bi outs switch
9. Supply reset
0. Tel. DWNL start
Events review
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User access code change
[CODE][*][1]
This function enables changing the access code of the user by whom it was activated.
Having called the function, enter a new code and confirm it by pressing the [#] key. The
keypad will confirm the code change by a sequence of beeps (the LCD keypad will
display the name of the user, whose code has been changed).
The function is available to the master user and users with authority level 1, 2 or 7.
Example:
[1234] [*] -
[7890]
changing the access code from [1234] to [7890]
calling the „user function” mode confirmed by one short beep and blinking
[ALARM],
[ARMED],
[TROUBLE].
of LEDs:
calling the „change access code” function, confirmed by two short beeps.
entering the new code digits and their acceptance confirmed with four short
and one long beeps.
[1] [#] -
User (code) add
[CODE][*][2]
This function is only available to the master user. It makes possible to add new users to
a partition, assign an access code to them and determine their authority level.
After calling the function, the panel waits for a new user access code to be entered (4 to
6 digits after which the [#] key should be pressed), followed by one more digit (0 to 9) to
determine the new user authority level.
As new users are being added to the partition, the panel automatically assigns
consecutive numbers to them. Any partition can accept up to 12 users (besides the
master user).
In the LED keypad the number of the user being programmed is indicated by one of the
zone LEDs blinking. The illuminated LEDs indicate current users, the extinguished ones
- empty items.
In the LCD keypad, the control panel will display the number of the new user. The new
user's access code can be edited with additional arrow keys. After confirming the new
access code with the [#] key and confirming its authority level, the keypad displays the
current name of the user, for example "Part.1 user 1". It can be changed by entering
new name (max. 16 characters) or confirmed by pressing [#] key.
The way of entering texts is explained in the table below:
Key
S
T
1
abc 2
def
3
ghi
4
jkl
5
mno 6
pqrs 7
tuv
8
wxyz 9
0
Numeric mode function
delete preceding character
Text mode function
previous character in the alphabet
toggle insert/overwrite
next character in the alphabet
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
.
A
D
G
J
M
P
T
W
space
,
a
d
g
j
m
p
t
w
-
During programming of text format messages, the keys W X control the cursor, [*]
toggles the mode (text mode / numeric mode) and [#] confirms the entire text value. The
remaining keys function depend on the mode.
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The text mode is signaled by * in the upper right corner of the display.
Numeric keys in text mode insert letters at the cursor position according to the
preceding table. Lowercase characters are entered by pressing a numeric key twice.
ST keys enable the previous/next character selection.
In numeric mode S key deletes the character before the cursor, and T key switches
between insert/typeover modes.
An access code can have the following functions/authority levels:
1 - accessible all functions, except creating and deleting users,
2 - accessible arming and disarming, change of access code,
3 - accessible arming, while disarming is only possible when the system was
armed with the same access code,
4 - code trap: it arms and disarms the system, but disarming sends a DURESS
("disarmed under duress") message to the monitoring station,
5 - activates the MONO SWITCH output, its use is recorded in the event log, can
serve as a guard code,
6 - changes the state of BI SWITCH output,
7 - partial arming - the code arms the system, simultaneously bypassing a group of
zones (specified by the installer in service functions), otherwise the code
provides the same features as that with authority level 2,
8 - accessible arming and disarming, without possibility to change own access
code,
9 - accessible arming only,
0 - accessible alarm clearing only.
Note: The codes with authority level 5 and 6 may be used in the following manner:
1. To control single outputs by means of the user functions:
− the code with authority level 5 enables the function 7 ([CODE][*][7]) i.e.
activates any output of the MONO switch type,
− the code with authority level 6 enables the function 8 ([CODE][*][8]) i.e. changes
the state of any output of the BI switch type.
2. To control all the outputs of a particular type, which belong to the partition where
the given code was created:
− the code with authority level 5 will activate the MONO switch type outputs
([CODE][#]),
− the code with authority level 6 will change the state of the BI switch type outputs
([CODE][#]).
EXAMPLE:
[1234] [*] -
[3546]
[2] [#] [2] -
enter the user code [3546] with authority level 2; master user code [1234]
call the "user function" mode; it should be acknowledged by one short beep
[ALARM],
[ARMED],
[TROUBLE]
and blinking of the LEDs:
call the "User add" function, it should be acknowledged by two short beeps
enter the new code digits; their acceptance will be acknowledged by three
short beeps
assign authority to the code; the function will be quitted automatically which
will be confirmed by four short and one long beeps
User (code) erase
[CODE][*][3]
This function is used for deleting the codes of existing users to revoke their right to use
the system. After entering the number of the user to be deleted, the panel waits for
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confirmation, if the selected user is to be deleted. If not, press the [*] key, if yes, press
the [#] key. The numbers of users from 10 to 12 can be entered by pressing two keys,
first the key of tens [*], then the key of units (from 0 to 2).
In the LCD keypad, the user indicated by the cursor (flashing field) will be deleted. On
pressing and holding down the ▲ or ▼ key the name of the user indicated with the
cursor appears. The cursor can be positioned with ◄►.
The function is only available to the master user.
Example:
[1234] [*] [3] [3] [#] -
Zone bypass
deleting the third user’s access code (master code = 1234)
activating the „user function” mode by the master user,
calling the „delete code” function, the zone LEDs indicate the partition
users' numbers.
selecting the code to delete; the LED of the chosen code starts blinking
selected user code deletion; four short and one longer beeps signal the end
of the function.
[CODE][*][4]
This function makes it possible to bypass zones in order to partially arm the alarm
system or to bypass malfunctioning detectors. Only disarmed zones can be bypassed.
In the LED keypad, bypassing a zone consists in entering the number of the LED on
which the given zone is indicated. Only the zones belonging to the keypad served
partition can be bypassed. The zones 1-12 can only be bypassed when they are
indicated on the keypad LEDs. The installer decides about which zones should be
indicated. The zones 13-16 can be bypassed by entering the zone number even when
they are not indicated on the LEDs. When the bypass function is in use, the LED
keypad indicates the state of max. 12 zones. With the zones bypassed, the
corresponding LEDs are blinking. Enter the numbers of LEDs / zones from 10 to 16 by
pressing two keys, first the key of tens [*], then the key of units (from 0 to 6). Confirm
the choice by pressing [#]. The zones will remain bypassed until next disarming or until
they are unbypassed.
When the function is active, on entering a zone number, the panel will signal bypassing
the zone with two beeps, and enabling the zone with one beep. Two long beeps mean
that the zone belongs to another partition, or it is armed and its bypassing is not
possible.
In the LCD keypad ▼ key changes the status of the zone (bypassed - unbypassed)
indicated by the cursor. Pressing ▲ key displays the zone name. The cursor can be
positioned with ◄ ► keys. It is possible to choose a zone by giving its number with the
numeric keys of the panel (for example: [*][3] will enable bypassing of zone 13).
The function is available only to the master user and the user with authority level 1.
Example:
[1234] [*] [4] [3][5] [*][2] [#] -
bypassing zones 3, 5 and 12 (master access code = 1234)
activating the „user function” mode by the master user,
calling the „Zone bypass” function,
selecting zones numbers 3 and 5; the panel will confirm the entry of each
number by with two short beeps,
selecting zone number 12; the panel will confirm the entry with two short
beeps,
confirmation of the data and quitting of the function programming.
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Silent arming
CA-10
[CODE][*][5]
In the silent armed mode the alarms are only signaled in keypads and reported to the
monitoring station. The installer decides if the silent armed mode is to be active in the
entire protected facility or if a selected area will remain disarmed.
The function is not available to the users with authority levels 5, 6, 0.
Time setting
[CODE][*][6]
The function enables setting the panel’s clock.
In the LED keypad the programming procedure is as follows:
- HOURS, MINUTES - acceptance ([H][H][M][M][#]),
- DAY, MONTH - acceptance
([D][D][M][M][#]),
- YEAR - acceptance
([R][R][R][R][#]).
It is possible to quit the function already after programming either time or date by
pressing the [#] key twice.
In the LCD keypad the programmable parameters (time, data, year) can be edited with
additional keys: ◄ and ► keys position the cursor, ▲ key deletes the character before
the cursor, ▼ key switches data entry mode (insert/type over).
The function is only available to the master user and users with authority level 1.
MONO switch outputs activate
[CODE][*][7]
The purpose of the function will be determined by the installer. It can activate e.g.
electric locks, bells, signal lamps, or any other devices.
After calling the function, the control panel generates two short beeps and waits for the
output number key (1-6) to be pressed. The control consists in activating the given
output for a period of time programmed in the control panel. Provision is made for
multiple control of the same output or control of different outputs of the MONO switch
type after single calling of the function. Correct performance of the control is confirmed
by four short and one long beeps, and refusal of the control - by two long beeps. The
control panel may refuse control, if the output is not of the SWITCH MONO type or if it
belongs to another partition. Pressing the key [#] or [*] will end the function. The control
panel will automatically end the function if none of the outputs is of the SWITCH MONO
type, or if no key on the keypad is depressed for 40 seconds.
The function is accessible to the master user, as well as to the users with authority
levels 1 and 5.
EXAMPLE:
[1234] [*] [7] [4] [5] [4] [#] -
successive control of the outputs 4, 5, 4 (master code=1234)
calling the "user function" mode by the MASTER user
calling the function of "MONO switch outputs activate" (two short beeps)
monostable triggering of the output 4 confirmed by four short and one long
beeps
monostable triggering of the output 5 confirmed by four short and one long
beeps
monostable retriggering of the output 4 (four short and one long beeps)
end of the function (four short and one long beeps)
BI switch outputs activate
[CODE][*][8]
The purpose of the function will be determined by the installer. It can be used e.g. for
switching on external lighting or any electrical equipment.
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After calling the function, the control panel generates two short beeps and waits for the
output number key (1-6) to be pressed. The control consists in changing over the status
of the given output to its opposite, i.e. the inactive output gets activated and vice versa.
Provision is made for multiple control of the same output or control of different outputs
of the SWITCH BI type after single calling of the function. Activation of the output is
confirmed by four short and one long beeps, and its deactivation - with three short
beeps. Refusal of control is signaled with two long beeps. The control panel may refuse
control, if the output is not of the SWITCH BI type or if it belongs to another partition.
Pressing the keys [#] or [*] will end the function. The control panel will automatically
terminate the function if none of the outputs is of the SWITCH BI type, or if no key on
the keypad is depressed for 40 seconds.
The function is accessible to the master user, as well as to the users with authority
levels 1 and 6.
Power supply reset
[CODE][*][9]
This function is used to operate special detectors equipped with individual on/off
memory which is cleared by powering down the system (e.g., smoke detectors, broken
glass detectors). The function temporarily disconnects power supply to such detectors
(on „RESET power supply” outputs).
The function is available to the master user and users with authority level 1.
Telephone DOWNLOADING start
[CODE][*][0]
This function can be activated by the master user and the users with authority level 1. It
starts the control panel - service PC telephone connection. The function enables the
panel - PC telephone communication, when the possibility to initiate connection from the
PC computer is blocked.
On activating the function the panel engages the telephone line and connects to the
service computer. If the panel fails to establish connection, it will make four more
attempts to get through. During the data exchange the telephone line will be busy. The
service can temporarily suspend the connection to free the telephone line and, after
some time, call back the panel to continue data exchange. The installer should make
users aware of the procedure so that they do not answer the incoming calls and allow
re-establishing and correct completion of the transmission.
Viewing events log
(additional function in the LCD keypad)
On activating the function, the users can view the memory log in which all the events
are recorded in detail. The ▲▼ keys enable scrolling through the list of events, and the
◄► keys make it possible to get extra information: zone descriptions, partition and user
names.
CODE+[*] - User Functions:
[CODE][*][1] - user access code change
[CODE][*][2] - user (code) add
[CODE][*][3] - user (code) erase
[CODE][*][4] - zone bypass
[CODE][*][5] - silent arming
[CODE][*][6] - time setting
[CODE][*][7] - MONO switch outputs
[CODE][*][8] - BI switch outputs
[CODE][*][9] - power supply reset
[CODE][*][0] - DOWNLOADING start
[*] - hold down for 3 sec. to restore basic partition
(GOTO) or to activate
FIRE ALARM
activate/deactivate CHIME signaling
j - hold down for 3 sec. to
trouble condition
TROUBLE DISPLAY:
1,2,3 - Output 1,2,3 trouble
4 - 230V AC loss
5 - Low battery
6 - Keypad supply fail
7 - Time not set
8 - Printer trouble
9 - Telephone line loss
10 - Problem with transmission to station
11 - Telephone line trouble
12 - Output 4 trouble
all off - System memory fault
CODE+[#] – arm/disarm partition,
clear alarm
[#] – hold down for 3 sec. to activate
PANIC ALARM
TROUBLE DISPLAY: LED ON =
1,2,3 - Output 1,2,3 trouble
4 - 230VAC loss
5 - Battery trouble
6 - Keypad power supply trouble
7 - Time not set
8 - Printer trouble
9 - Telephone line loss
10 - Problem with transmission to monitoring station
11 - not used
12 - Output 4 trouble
h - hold down for 3 sec. to activate trouble log viewing.
TROUBLE – indicates detection of
system trouble – check by holding
down key i for 3 sec.
ARMED
on – partition armed,
blinking – exit time countdown
ALARM – blinking signals an
alarm in current partition
LEDs 1÷12 (zones state)
ON - zone violated
OFF - zone OK
fast blinking - zone activated alarm (alarm memory)
on, short off every 2 sec. - detector tamper (2EOL zone type)
flashing every 2 sec. - tamper memory (detector was tampered - 2EOL zone type)
slow blinking - zone bypassed
activate AUXILIARY ALARM
b - hold down for 3 sec. to
for 3 sec. to GOTO
selected partition
log viewing
i - hold down for 3 sec. to display current
cdef - hold down
g - hold down for 3 sec. to activate alarm
the CHIME on/off
j - hold down for 3 sec. switches
- hold down for 3 sec. to
activate current trouble condition
display
i
pressing the key for 3 seconds
activates Trouble Log Review
h
activate alarm log viewing
g - hold down for 3 sec. to
to GO TO selected partition
cdef - hold down for 3 sec.
CODE+[#] – arming/disarming, clear alarm
ACCESS CODE+[*] - user menu functions
▼ - displaying partition name,
pressing the key for 3 seconds
switches between text and
zone state displaying
► - identifying zones where
alarm occurred
◄ - identifying violated zones
signaling alarm
▲ - identifying the partition
ARMED (partitions: I, II, III, IV)
control on - the zone is armed;
control blinking - counting down
exit delay time
TROUBLE - signals trouble detection in the
system - to check press i key for 3 seconds
[#] - hold down for 3 sec. to activate PANIC ALARM
b - hold down for 3 sec. to activate AUXILIARY ALARM
ALARM - alarm in the partition
[*] - pressing the key for 3 seconds activates FIRE ALARM
LCD DISPLAY: time and date or partition
name and system status message
SATEL sp. z o.o.
ul. Schuberta 79
80-172 Gdańsk
POLAND
tel. + 48 58 320 94 00
[email protected]
www.satel.pl
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