PowerMaxComplete - Surveillance
PowerMaxComplete
Installer Guide
Fully Supervised Wireless Alarm Control System
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION ....................................................... 3
2. SPECIFICATIONS..................................................... 3
2.1 General Data....................................................... 3
2.2 RF Section .......................................................... 3
2.3 Electrical Data ..................................................... 3
2.4 Communication ................................................... 4
2.5 Physical Properties ............................................. 4
3. INSTALLATION ......................................................... 4
3.1 Unpacking the Equipment................................... 4
3.2 Supplying Power to the Unit................................ 4
3.3 System Planning & Programming ....................... 4
3.4 Mounting ............................................................. 4
3.5 Wiring .................................................................. 4
3.6 Backup Battery Insertion..................................... 7
3.7 Optional GSM Module Mounting ........................... 7
3.8 DUAL RS-232 Optional Module Mounting .......... 8
3.9 Optional Expander Module Mounting ................. 8
3.10 Power Cable Connection .................................. 8
3.11 Control Panel Final Closure ............................ 10
4. PROGRAMMING..................................................... 11
4.1 INTRODUCTION .............................................. 11
4.1.1 General Guidance.......................................... 11
4.1.2 Entering an Invalid Installer Code ..................... 11
4.1.3 Installer’s Menu .............................................. 11
4.1.4 Setting a New Installer Code ......................... 11
4.1.5 Setting a New Installer Code in
PowerMaxComplete that has 2 Installer Codes....... 11
4.2 ENROLLING WIRELESS DEVICES AND KEYFOB
TRANSMITTERS......................................................... 12
4.2.1 General Guidance.......................................... 12
4.2.2 Enrolling Type ................................................ 12
4.2.3 Enroll/Delete Sensors .................................... 12
4.2.4 Enroll/Delete Keyfob Transmitters ....................... 12
4.2.5 Enroll/Delete Wireless Commander...................... 12
4.2.6 Enroll/Delete 2-Way Keypad .......................... 12
4.2.7 Enroll/Delete Wireless Siren........................... 12
4.2.8 Enroll/Delete Proximity Tags .......................... 12
4.3 DEFINING ZONE TYPES, NAMES & CHIME
ZONES......................................................................... 14
4.4 DEFINING CONTROL PANEL PARAMETERS .... 15
4.4.1 Preliminary Guidance..................................... 15
4.4.2 Entry Delays 1&2 ........................................... 15
4.4.3 Exit Delay ....................................................... 15
4.4.4 Bell Time ........................................................ 15
4.4.5 Abort Time...................................................... 15
4.4.6 Alarm Cancel.................................................. 15
4.4.7 Quick Arm ...................................................... 15
4.4.8 Bypass............................................................ 15
4.4.9 Exit Mode ....................................................... 15
4.4.10 Piezo Beeps ................................................. 16
4.4.11 Trouble Beeps.............................................. 16
4.4.12 Panic Alarm.................................................. 16
4.4.13 Swinger Stop................................................ 16
4.4.14 Cross Zoning................................................ 16
4.4.15 Supervision .................................................. 16
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4.4.16 NOT READY ................................................ 16
4.4.17 AUX Button A............................................... 16
4.4.19 Jam Detect................................................... 16
4.4.20 Latchkey....................................................... 16
4.4.21 “Not Active” .................................................. 16
4.4.22 Back Light .................................................... 17
4.4.23 Duress.......................................................... 17
4.4.24 Piezo Siren................................................... 17
4.4.25 Reset Option ................................................ 17
4.4.26 Tamper Option ............................................. 17
4.4.27 Siren On Line ............................................... 17
4.4.28 Memory Prompt ........................................... 17
4.4.29 Disarm Option .............................................. 17
4.4.30 Bell/Rep. Option........................................... 17
4.4.31 Low-Bat Ack................................................. 17
4.4.32 Screen Saver ............................................... 17
4.4.33 Confirm Alarm .............................................. 17
4.4.34 AC FAIL REP ............................................... 17
4.4.36 User Permission .......................................... 17
4.4.38 Batttery Type................................................ 17
4.5 DEFINING COMMUNICATION PARAMETERS... 19
Preliminary Guidance.............................................. 19
4.5.1 Autotest Time................................................. 19
4.5.2 Autotest Cycle................................................ 19
4.5.3 Area Code...................................................... 19
4.5.4 Out Access No ............................................... 19
4.5.5 First Central Station Tel. ...................................... 19
4.5.6 First Account No. ........................................... 19
4.5.7 2ND Central Station Tel ..................................... 19
4.5.8 Second Account No. ...................................... 19
4.5.9 Report Format................................................ 19
4.5.10 4/2 Pulse Rate ............................................. 19
4.5.11 Reporting to Central Stations ......................... 19
4.5.12 Report CNF Alarm ......................................... 19
4.5.13 Send 2WV Code............................................ 19
4.5.14 Two-Way Voice Central Stations..................... 20
4.5.15 Ring Back Time ........................................... 20
4.5.16 Dialing Attempts........................................... 20
4.5.17 Set Private Tel. No....................................... 20
4.5.18 Two-Way Voice - Private Phones................... 20
4.5.19 Private Tel. Dialing Attempts ....................... 20
4.5.20 Reporting to Private Telephones .................... 20
4.5.21 Tel. Acknowledge .......................................... 20
4.5.22 Pager Tel. No............................................... 20
4.5.23 Pager’s PIN No. ........................................... 20
4.5.24 Reporting to a Pager.................................... 20
4.5.25 Recent Closure ............................................ 20
4.5.26 Remote Access............................................ 20
4.5.27 Mast. DL Code ............................................. 20
4.5.28 Inst. DL Code ............................................... 22
4.5.30 Zone Restore ............................................... 22
4.5.31 Upload Option.............................................. 22
4.5.32 Dialing Method ............................................. 22
4.5.33 Line Failure Report ...................................... 22
4.5.34 UL/DL Tel. Number...................................... 22
4.5.35 System Inactivity Report .............................. 22
4.5.38 Ambient Level .............................................. 22
4.5.39 Report 24h Zones ........................................ 22
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4.6 DEFINING GSM PARAMETERS .......................... 22
4.6.1 GSM Module Installation................................ 22
4.6.2 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th SMS Number ..................... 22
4.6.3 Reporting to SMS Phone Number .................... 22
4.6.4 GSM Line Failure Reporting .......................... 23
4.6.5 GSM Line Purpose......................................... 23
4.6.6 GSM Auto Test............................................... 23
4.8 DEFINING OUTPUT PARAMETERS.................... 23
4.8.1 Preliminary Guidance..................................... 23
4.8.2 Define PGM.................................................... 23
4.8.3 Defining INT/STRB ........................................ 23
4.8.4 PGM General Definition ................................. 23
4.9 DEFINE VOICE ..................................................... 24
4.9.1 Record Speech .............................................. 24
4.9.2 Voice Box Mode ............................................. 24
4.10 DIAGNOSTIC TEST ............................................ 25
4.11 USER FUNCTIONS............................................. 26
4.12 RETRIEVING FACTORY DEFAULTS ................ 26
4.13 SERIAL NUMBER ............................................... 26
4.14 CALLING UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD SERVER ....... 26
5. TESTING PROCEDURES....................................... 27
5.1 Preparations...................................................... 27
5.2 Diagnostic Test ................................................. 27
5.3 Keyfob Transmitter Test.................................... 27
5.4 PGM output ON/OFF Test ................................ 27
5.5 Emergency Transmitter Test............................. 27
6. MAINTENANCE....................................................... 27
6.1 Dismounting the Control Panel ......................... 27
6.2 Replacing the Backup Battery........................... 27
6.3 Fuse Replacement............................................ 27
6.4 Replacing/Relocating Detectors ....................... 27
7. READING THE EVENT LOG .................................. 28
APPENDIX A. Detector Deployment & Transmitter
Assignments ................................................................ 29
A1. Detector Deployment Plan.................................. 29
A2. Keyfob Transmitter List....................................... 29
A3. Emergency Transmitter List................................ 30
A4. Non-Alarm Transmitter List................................. 30
APPENDIX B. PGM Output Assignment ..................... 30
APPENDIX C. Event Codes ........................................ 30
Contact ID Event Codes ......................................... 30
SIA Event Codes..................................................... 30
4/2 Event Codes ..................................................... 31
Understanding the Scancom Reporting Protocol Data
Format..................................................................... 32
APPENDIX D. Programmable Zone Types................. 32
D1. Delay Zones ...................................................... 32
D2. Emergency Zones.............................................. 32
D3. Fire Zones ........................................................ 32
D4. Flood Zone ....................................................... 32
D5. Gas Zone.......................................................... 32
D6. Interior Zone ..................................................... 32
D7. Interior Follower Zones .................................... 32
D8. Non-Alarm Zones ............................................. 32
D9. Perimeter Zones............................................... 32
D10. Perimeter Follower Zones .............................. 33
D11. 24-Hour Zones ............................................... 33
APPENDIX E. PowerMaxComplete Compatible Devices
..................................................................................... 33
E1. PowerMaxComplete Compatible Detectors ...... 33
E2 PowerMaxComplete Compatible Transmitters . 33
E3 PowerMaxComplete Compatible WL Siren........... 34
E4. PowerMaxComplete Compatible GSM Modem 34
E5. Optional Speech Box........................................ 34
MESSAGE TO THE INSTALLER
The PowerMaxComplete control panel is supplied with 2 instruction manuals:
Installer Guide (this manual - for your exclusive use)
User’s Guide (for your use during installation only - Must be handed over to the master user after testing the system).
Appendices A.1 and A.2 will help you prepare an installation plan. Please take time to fill out the forms - your job will
become much easier and confusion will be prevented. Filling out the forms will also help you create a list of detectors and
transmitters that must be obtained for the particular application. Compatible detectors and transmitters are listed and
described briefly in Appendix E.
Remember - it is advisable to power up the control panel temporarily after unpacking and program it on the work bench, in
accordance with the installation plan.
The programming flow charts in the programming section show all options available for each parameter. Factory defaults
are marked with a dark box to their right, and other options (that can be selected instead) are marked by clear boxes. This
method allows you to put a checkmark in the appropriate clear box whenever you deviate from the factory defaults.
Most of the programming section paragraph numbers correlate with the programming menu numbers. For example,
paragraph 4.4.19 describes the "Jam detect", that exists in menu 4 (define panel), sub-menu 19 (Jam detect).
Although setting the correct time and date is one of the user tasks, we recommend that you set the time and date in the
course of programming. Access to the “User Settings” for the installer is possible through item 10 on the installer‘s menu or
through the user menu (see User’s manual section 7).
After programming, proceed to install the system as detailed in the Installation Instructions, from paragraph 3.4 onward.
The installer should verify line seizure. Be aware of other phone line services such as DSL. If DSL service is present
on the phone line, you must install a filter. It is suggested to use the DSL alarm filter model Z-A431PJ31X
manufactured by Excelsus Technologies, or equivalent. This filter simply plugs into the RJ-31X jack and allows
alarm reporting without breaking the internet connection.
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1. INTRODUCTION
The PowerMaxComplete is a user and installer-friendly,
30-zone fully-supervised wireless control system. The
system is designed to function in an appealing way to the
user and also offers features that make installers’ life
easier than ever before:
EASY TO INSTALL
• Optional plug-in RS-232 module that enables
connection of an external GSM Module or local
computer.
EASY TO MAINTAIN
• Status, alarm memory and trouble data are displayed
upon request.
• Diagnostic test provides visual and audible indication of
the signal level of each detector.
• Remote control and status verification from distant
telephones.
• Event log stores and displays information.
• Upload / download from distant computer via telephone
line or cellular modem.
QUICK PROGRAMMING
• Simple programming logic, fully menu driven.
• Multiple-choice selection of options for each parameter.
• Unequivocal visual prompts and audible signals.
• Installer access to the user menu.
2. SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 General Data
Zones Number: 28 wireless, 2 hardwired (zones 29 & 30).
Hardwired Zone Requirements: 2.2 kΩ E.O.L. resistance
(max. resistance of wires 220 Ω).
Zone Types: Interior follower, interior, perimeter,
perimeter follower, delay 1, delay 2, 24h silent, 24h
audible, fire, non-alarm, emergency, gas and flood.
User Codes: 8 codes, 4 digits each (9999 different
combinations). Code 0000 is not allowed.
Control Facilities:
- Integral keypad
- PowerCode / Code-Secure™ hand-held transmitters
- Wireless commander
- Remote telephone
- Local or remote computer
Display: Single line, Backlit 16-character LCD.
Arming Modes: AWAY, HOME, AWAY-INSTANT, HOMEINSTANT, LATCHKEY, FORCED, BYPASS.
Alarm inhibited during a single arming period (swinger
stop) after: 1, 2, 3, alarm/tamper/fault, or not inhibited
(programmable / selectable).
Alarm Types: Silent alarm, siren alarm or sounder
(internal) alarm, in accordance with zone attributes.
Siren Signals: Continuous (intrusion / 24 hours / panic);
triple pulse - pause - triple pulse... (fire).
Siren (bell) Timeout: Programmable (4 min. by default)
Internal Sounder Output: At least 85 dBA at 10 ft (3 m)
Supervision: Programmable time frame for inactivity alert
Special Functions:
- Speech and sound control
- Chime zones
- Diagnostic test and event log
- Remote control by telephone
- Computer control and data download/upload
- Calling for help by using an emergency transmitter
- Tracking inactivity of elderly, physically handicapped and
infirm people
- Family message center (recording and playback)
- Two-way voice communication
Data Retrieval: Status, alarm memory, trouble, event log.
Real Time Clock (RTC): The control panel keeps and
displays time and date.
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Compliance with U.S. Standards:
Meets FCC 47 Part 15 and Part 68 requirements.
Compliance with European CE Standards:
EN 50082-1, EN301489-3,7,
EN6100-4-6, EN60950,
EN300220, EN50130-4, EN50130-5, EN50131-3
The PowerMaxComplete is compatible with the RTTE
requirements - Directive 1999/5/EC of the European
Parliament and of the Council of 9 March 1999.
According to the European standard EN50131-1, the
PowerMaxComplete security grading is 2 – "low to medium
risk" and environmental classification is II – "indoor general"
and the power supply type is A.
GSM standards:
Europe : Complies with CE standards 3GPP TS 51.0101, EN 301 511, EN 50361, EN301489-7
USA: FCC 47 Part 22 (GSM850) and Part 24 (GSM
1900). UL1637, UL1635, UL1023, UL985, ULC-S545-02,
ULC C1023.
EMC standard: FCC 47 Part 15.
SAR standards: FCC rule 2.1093, FCC Docket 96-326 &
Supplement C to OET Bulletin 65
2.2 RF Section
Operating Frequencies (MHz): 315 (in USA & Canada),
433, 868.95 or other UHF channel per local requirement in
the country of use.
Receiver Type: Super-heterodyne, fixed frequency
Receiver Range: 600 ft (180 m) in open space
Antenna Type: Spatial diversity
Coding: PowerCode and/or CodeSecure™
2.3 Electrical Data
Power Supply: Internal switching power supply 100VAC
to 240VAC, 50/60 Hz, 0.5A / 12.5 VDC, 1.6A.
Current Drain: Approx. 40 mA standby, 1400 mA at full
load.
Site External Siren Current (EXT): 450* mA max @ 10.5
VDC minimum when powered by AC & DC (battery).
Site Internal Siren Current (INT): 450* mA max. @ 10.5
VDC minimum when powered by AC & DC (battery)
PGM Output Current: 100* mA max.
Wired Detectors (zones 29&30) Total (Sum) Current: 36*
mA max.
High Current / Short Circuit Protection: All outputs are
protected (automatic reset fuse).
* Total PowerMaxComplete output current (of INT & EXT
sirens, PGM output and detectors) cannot exceed 550 mA.
3
Backup
period
Backup Battery Options:
Maximum external devices current (1)
2200 mAh 81800 mAh
1300 mAh
Battery Pack (4)
8-Battery
6 Battery
(2)
(3)
Pack
Pack
4h
8h
12h
24h
36h
48h
210mA
300mA
380mA
90mA
160 mA
200mA
45mA
90 mA
120 mA
0mA
25 mA
45mA
(no backup)
5mA
15mA
(no backup)
(no backup)
0mA
1
Devices that are connected between 12V terminal
and GND of PowerMaxComplete, that includes
internal GSM and proximity reader.
2
7.2V 1300 mAh, rechargeable NiMH battery pack,
p/n GP130AAH6BMX, manufactured by GP.
3
9.6V 1800 mAh, rechargeable NiMH battery pack,
p/n GP180AAH8BMX, manufactured by GP.
4
9.6V 2200 mAh, rechargeable NiMH battery pack
(special order).
Maximum battery recharge time: 72 hours
Battery Test: Once every 10 seconds.
2.4 Communication
Built-in Modem: 300 baud, Bell 103 protocol
Data Transfer to Local Computer: Via RS232 serial port
Report Destinations: 2 central stations, 4 private
telephones, 1 pager.
Reporting Format Options: SIA, Pulse 4/2 1900/1400 Hz,
Pulse 4/2 1800/2300 Hz, Contact ID, Scancom.
Pulse Rate: 10, 20, 33 and 40 pps - programmable
Message to Private Phones: Tone or voice
Message to Pager: PIN No. Alarm Type Zone No.
Ring Detection: The unit does not support ring detection
without DC voltage present on the telephone lines.
2.5 Physical Properties
Operating Temp. Range: 14°F to 120°F (-10°C to 49°C)
Storage Temp. Range: -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C)
Humidity: 85% relative humidity, @ 30°C (86°F)
Size: 266 x 206 x 63 mm (10-7/16 x 8-18 x 2-1/2 in.)
Weight: 1.44Kg (3.2 pounds) (with battery)
Color: White
3. INSTALLATION
3.1 Unpacking the Equipment
Open the cardboard packing box and check whether all
items have been included. If you find out that an item is
missing, contact your vendor or dealer immediately.
3.2 Supplying Power to the Unit
Connect power to the PowerMaxComplete temporarily
(see figure 3.10). Alternatively, you may power up from the
backup battery, as shown in figure 3.3.
Disregard any “trouble” indications pertaining to lack of
battery or lack of telephone line connection.
3.3 System Planning & Programming
It pays to plan ahead - use the tables in appendices A and
B at the end of this guide to register the intended location
of each detector, the holder and assignment of each
transmitter.
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Gather up all transmitters and detectors used in the
system and mark each one in accordance with your
deployment plan.
Program the system now as instructed in the
programming section.
3.4 Mounting
Required tool: Philips screwdriver #2.
PowerMaxComplete mounting process is shown in figure
3.1 - 3.11.
3.5 Wiring
Required tools: Cutter and slotted screwdriver - 3 mm
blade.
PowerMaxComplete wiring is shown in figure 3.2.
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Back unit
1
3
Release
screws
Mark 4 drilling points on mounting surface
4
5
Drill 4 holes and insert wall anchors
Fasten the back unit with 4 screws
Figure 3.1 – Back Unit Mounting
PHONE WIRING
Connect telephone cable to SET connector and telephone line cable to LINE connector (through the desired wiring cable entry).
PHONE WIRING IN NORTH AMERICA
8-POSITION
RJ-31X PLUG
RJ-31X JACK
GRAY
BROWN
RED
GREEN
GRAY
RJ-31X
CORD
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2
3 4
RED
LINE
FROM
STREET
RJ-31X
7
6 5
HOUSE
PHONES
GRN
BROWN
5
ZONE 29 & SIREN WIRING
MAGNETIC CONTACT
OR ANY OTHER
CONTACT
(NOT A DETECTOR)
2.2 kΩ
SITE EXTERNAL SIREN
MG ELECTRONICS
MG441PDS ONLY
Alarm
N.C.
OPTIONAL EXPANDER MODULE
ZONES, SIRENS, AUDIO BOX AND WIRED DETECTORS WIRING
EXPANDER
Note
The EXPANDER module
is an optional module.
If this optional module is
not used, a small 4terminal strip is used
instead (2 terminals for
zone 29 and 2 terminals
for siren).
MIC
ZONE 29 /
ZONE 30
SPK
GND 12V
PGM
EXT.- SRN+ IN.- Z29 GND Z30
CONNECT WIRED DETECTORS AS FOLLOWS:
GND 12V(*)
ZONE 29 /
ZONE 30
GND 12V(*)
2.2 kΩ
TAMP Alarm Power
N.C. N.C.
Detector with
Tamper switch
Note
Regarding zones 29 & 30, the Control
Panel “sees” a specific resistance
according to the event, as follows:
Power Normal (no alarm & no tamper): 2.2 kΩ
Alarm
N.C.
Alarm event: 4.4 kΩ
Detector without Tamper event: Infinite resistance
Tamper switch
VOICE BOX
SITE
INTERNAL
SIREN OR
STROBE
SITE EXTERNAL
SIREN MG441PDS
ONLY
Caution:
When using the Expander,
the internal siren and
Zone 29 must be wired
via the Expander
and not via the
control panel.
Figure 3.2 - Wiring
Notes for EXPANDER module wiring:
*
Zone 29/GND and Zone 30/GND terminals can be
connected to a normally closed contact of a detector,
switch (for example a Tamper switch of any device), or
a pushbutton, via a 2.2 KΩ resistor. The 12V terminal
can be used to supply 12V (up to 36mA) to a
detector (if necessary).
** The EXT terminal can be used to trigger an external siren.
The INT terminal can be programmed for an "internal
siren" or "strobe" (see DEFINE OUTPUTS - DEFINE
INT/STRB in par. 4.8).
The 12V and "GND" terminals can be connected to a
siren (for constant DC power supply).
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WARNING! When plugging terminals back into place, be
sure to align them carefully with the pins on the PCB.
Misaligned or reverse insertion of terminals may damage
internal PowerMaxComplete circuits!
IMPORTANT! The terminals for internal and external
sirens are DC outputs intended for 12V sirens. Connecting
a loudspeaker to any of these outputs will cause a short
circuit and will damage the unit.
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Notes for UL installations
a. The sirens connected to the sites INTERNAL or
EXTERNAL SIREN in the EXPANDER must be
suitable for burglar alarm applications. If UL fire
installation is required, all installed accessories must
comply with UL fire standards. Any external siren used,
must be UL listed and shall be rated to operate under
the voltage specified in the Specifications.
Note: The siren on the control panel PCB is non-UL
compliant.
b. A device that is connected to PGM terminal should not
exceed the current consumption defined for the 24-hour
backup period listed in the Backup Battery Options table
(see section 2.3).
c. The system shall be installed in accordance with Chapter
2 of the National Fire Alarm Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
d. All wiring should be acceptable for class 1 systems as
defined by the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA
70. No. 26 AWG or larger telecommunication line cord
shall be used.
e. The system shall be installed in accordance with CSA
C22.1 Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1.
f. A minimum spacing of 1/4 inch shall be maintained
between the telephone wiring and the low voltage wiring
(zones, bell circuit, etc). Do not route the LINE and SET
wires in the same wiring channel with other wires.
3.7 Optional GSM Module Mounting
Note: The GSM module can be used with an internal or
external antenna.
Caution: Do not install or remove the GSM module when
the system is powered by AC power or backup battery.
Plug in the GSM Module and fasten it with the screw:
Front
unit
GSM
Figure 3.4 - Optional GSM Module Mounting
Insert the SIM card into the GSM module:
3.6 Backup Battery Insertion
Open battery compartment cover (see drawing below).
Insert one 6-battery pack or 8-battery pack and connect its
connector as shown below.
Front unit
Internal
GSM
antenna
Internal GSM
antenna cable
External GSM
antenna cable
GSM antenna (internal /
external) connector
SIM card insertion
1
2
3
Slide top
cover
Open
cover
Align SIM
card in cover
(note cover
orientation)
4
Slide SIM
card into
cover
5
6
Rotate cover Lock cover
to close
to close
IMPORTANT
1.Before inserting SIM
card, deactivate its
PIN code (by using a
cellular telephone).
2.Do not insert or
remove SIM card
when t he contr ol
panel is powered by
AC power or battery.
Figure 3.5 - SIM Card insertion
For internal antenna only: Remove the paper strip from
the antenna sticker and stick the antenna on the control
panel. Connect the antenna to the control panel GSM
antenna connector
Battery cable
Figure 3.3 - Battery Insertion
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DUAL RS-232 MODULE
Connector for PC
Internal
GSM
antenna
Connector for external
GSM or PC
Connector
Figure 3.8 – DUAL RS-232 Module Mounting
3.9
Optional
Mounting
Expander
Module
The EXPANDER module enables connection of speech
box, site external siren, site internal siren or strobe and
connection of wired detector to zone number 29 and 30.
The EXPANDER module also enables connection of a
desired device to PGM (programmable) output that is
activated according to a predefined conditions.
Mount the Expander module as shown below.
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Antenna cable
Figure 3.6 - GSM Internal Antenna Mounting
For external antenna only: Connect
the
external
antenna to the GSM antenna connector. Verify that the
antenna cable routing enables proper closing of the control
panel.
External
GSM
antenna
GSM antenna
connector
Figure 3.7 - GSM External Antenna Connection
3.8 DUAL RS-232 Optional Module
Mounting
The DUAL RS-232 is a Module that enables connection of
any two simultaneous devices, such as Local PC or
external GSM Module.
The external GSM unit enables the PowerMaxComplete
system to operate over a cellular network (for details
regarding the GSM modem features and connections,
refer to the external GSM Modem installation instructions).
To install the DUAL RS-232 module into the control panel,
press it into the marked location (see drawing below) until
a click is heard.
Connect a local PC or external GSM module, to one of the
DUAL RS-232 module connectors, as shown below.
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1
Press
the
EXPANDER
module in the back
panel between its
2 clips.
C o n n ec t t h e
Expander
Module flat
cable to the front
p a n e l
E X PA N D E R
receptacle.
The receptacle
with strain relief
clip is for the
front unit - do not
connect to the
back unit!
Strain relief clip
2 Clips
Figure 3.9 – EXPANDER Module Mounting
3.10 Power Cable Connection
Connect the power cable and close the control panel as
shown in figure 3.10.
Socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and
shall be easily accessible.
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Power Cable Clamp Extraction
1
2
Thick cable
entry: Pull out a
d e sir ed w iri ng
plastic cap (1 of 4).
Extract cable clamp
for use in the next
step.
Power Connection for all Countries Except USA
2
Connect the power supply
output cable to the power
connector in the front
panel.
Power cable clamp
options
For thin For thick cable
cable (reversed clamp)
1
Safety
cover
Insert power cable through the desired wiring
channel (see step 1), route it to the power supply
unit and connect its 2 wires to the power supply
terminal strip with screwdriver. Fasten power cable
by its clamp (see also step 2 - this clamp can be
reversed to fit thick/thin cable) and close the safety
cover.
Power
supply
unit
(*)
Power Connection for USA Only
Connect the power adapter
to the front panel power
connector.
Figure 3.10 - Power Cable Connection
* Do not route wiring in this area, to enable proper closure of the control panel.
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3.11 Control Panel Final Closure
Control panel final closure is shown below.
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Connect the flat cables,
between front and back units,
in their respective connectors
(up to 3, according to options).
Close the panel and
fasten the 2 screws
Figure 3.11 - Final Closure
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4. PROGRAMMING
4.1 INTRODUCTION
4.1.1 General Guidance
We recommend to program the PowerMaxComplete on the
work bench before actual installation. Operating power may be
obtained from the backup battery or from the AC power supply.
The installer’s menu is accessible only to those who know
the installer’s 4-digit code, which is 9999 by factory default.
Note: Access to the installer menu, in PowerMaxComplete
that has "User Permission" enabled (for example in UK) is
accessible only at the end of the user menu. This option
can be changed is necessary (see par. 4.4.36).
For PowerMaxComplete that has 2 installer codes (not
applicable in UK), the default INSTALLER code is 8888
and the default MASTER INSTALLER code is 9999.
The following actions can be done only by using the
master installer code:
• Changing master installer code.
• Resetting the PowerMaxComplete parameters to the
default parameters,
• Defining specific communication parameters, as
detailed in a note in figure 4.5.
Obviously, you are expected to use this code only once for
gaining initial access, and replace it with a secret code
known only to yourself.
You will mainly use 5 control pushbuttons during the entire
programming process:
4.1.5 Setting a New Installer Code in
PowerMaxComplete
that
has
2
Installer Codes
For PowerMaxComplete with 2 installer codes,
INSTALLER code (default 8888) and MASTER
INSTALLER code (default 9999), set new codes as shown
in figure 4.1c.
For details regarding the different authorization levels
when logging in with installer code and master installer
code, refer to the note inside figure 4.5 (DEFINE COMM).
By using the master installer code, the menu enables
changing both master installer code and installer code.
By using the installer code, the menu enables changing
the installer code only.
(First display is READY
or NOT READY)
READY 00:00
NORMAL MODE
(*)
USER SETTING
(*)
USER CODE
[master/ user code]
INSTALLER MODE
ENTER CODE
[installer code]
1. NEW INSTL CODE
(See fig. 4.1b & 4.1c)
- to move one step forward in a menu.
2. ENROLLING
(See figure 4.2)
- to move one step backward in a menu.
3. DEFINE ZONES
(See figure 4.3)
- to enter the relevant menu or confirm data.
4. DEFINE PANEL
(See figure 4.4)
- to move one level up in a menu.
5. DEFINE COMM.
(See figure 4.5)
- to return to the "OK TO EXIT" state.
6. DEFINE GSM
(See figure 4.6)
8. DEFINE OUTPUTS
(See figure 4.8 )
The sounds you will hear while programming are:
- Single beep, heard whenever a key is pressed.
☺
- Double beep, indicates automatic return to the
normal operating mode (by timeout).
(**) 9. DEFINE VOICE
(See figure 4.9)
10. DIAGNOSTICS
(See figure 4.10)
11. USER SETTINGS
(See chapter 7
in User Guide)
12. FACTORY DEFLT
(See par. 4.12)
4.1.2 Entering an Invalid Installer Code
13. SERIAL NUMBER
If you enter an invalid installer code 5 times, the keypad
will be automatically disabled for 90 seconds and the
message WRONG PASSWORD will be displayed.
(Control Panel
serial number
display)
14. START UL/DL
(See section 4.14)
- Happy Melody (- - - –––), indicates successful
completion of an operation.
- Sad Melody (–––––), indicates a wrong move
or rejection.
4.1.3 Installer’s Menu
The installer's menu is shown in figure 4.1a. The text in
rectangles represents the current PowerMaxComplete
display.
4.1.4 Setting a New Installer Code
<OK> TO EXIT
(*) Applicable only when "USER PERMIT" function is enabled
(see par. 4.4.36 - USER PERMIT)
(**) Optional feature.
Figure 4.1a - Installer’s Menu
To set an installer code, perform the actions that are
presented in figure 4.1b. When you are instructed to enter
code, enter a 4-digit code.
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(See fig. 4.1a)
1. NEW INSTL CODE
By using
INSTALLER CODE
By using
MASTER INSTALLER CODE
NEW INST. CODE
1. NEW INSTL CODE
(see fig. 4.1a)
1. NEW INSTL CODE
INST. CODE xxxx
[code]
NEW INST. CODE
NEW MASTER CODE
NEW INST. CODE
INST. CODE xxxx
[code]
MASTER CODE xxxx
[code]
INST. CODE xxxx
[code]
(see fig. 4.1a)
Figure 4.1b - Setting a New Installer Code (see note)
Figure 4.1c - Setting a New Installer Code
in System with Inst. & Master Inst. Codes (see note)
Note: Installer Code should never be programmed as
“0000”. Doing so will lock the user out of the installer menu!
4.2 ENROLLING WIRELESS DEVICES AND KEYFOB TRANSMITTERS
4.2.1 General Guidance
The ENROLLING mode has the following sub-modes:
• ENROLLING TYPE (wireless devices)
• ENROLL SENSORS.
ENROLL
KEYFOB
(multi-button
CodeSecure
transmitters)
• ENROLL WL 1WAY KP (wireless commander MCM-140+)
• ENROLL WL 2WAY KP (wireless 2-way keypad MKP-150/
MKP-151)
• ENROLL WL SIREN (wireless siren)
• ENROLL PROX TAG (proximity tag)
Before beginning, gather all the devices that you intend to
enroll and make sure they all have batteries installed.
Your control panel must recognize the unique identification
code (ID) of each such device in order to supervise them,
receive their signals and respond accordingly.
Attention! CodeSecure transmitters are mainly used for
arming/disarming and can not be enrolled to zones. In
order to enroll to zones, use only non-CodeSecure
wireless devices.
4.2.2 Enrolling Type
Here you determine whether to enroll a wireless device by
normal transmission or by device Tamper function
(opening its cover). Options: normal, or by tamper.
4.2.5 Enroll/Delete Wireless Commander
The Wireless Commander (MCM-140+) is a remote control
unit that enables the user to remotely control the system.
To enroll / delete up to 8 wireless commanders, refer to
figure 4.2 (Enroll WL 1-way KP).
4.2.6 Enroll/Delete 2-Way Keypad
The 2-way keypad, type MKP-150/MKP-151, enables the
user to remotely control the system and also to receive
data from the system (status, alarm and trouble data). To
enroll up to two 2-way keypads, refer to figure 4.2.
4.2.7 Enroll/Delete Wireless Siren
The wireless siren is a remote siren that is activated upon
predefined events by the PowerMaxComplete system. To
enroll / delete up to 2 wireless sirens, refer to figure 4.2.
4.2.8 Enroll/Delete Proximity Tags
Proximity tags enable authorized people to enter restricted
areas. Presenting valid proximity tag, while the system is
armed, causes the system to disarm. Presenting valid
proximity tag, while the system is disarmed, causes the
system to be armed in AWAY (optional HOME) mode. To
enroll / delete proximity tags, refer to figure 4.2.
4.2.3 Enroll/Delete Sensors
For PowerMaxComplete without expander module:
Magnetic contact or any other contact (not a detector) can
be enrolled in zone 29.
For PowerMaxComplete with expander module: Wired
detectors can be enrolled in zones 29&30 and wireless
detectors can be enrolled in zones 01-28.
• Before enrolling, the lens at the front of PIR
STOP
and dual-technology sensors should be
masked to prevent inadvertent transmission.
• Make sure that magnetic contact transmitters are
together with their magnets, to prevent them from
sending alarm transmissions.
To enroll / delete wired / wireless sensors, refer to Fig. 4.2.
4.2.4 Enroll/Delete Keyfob Transmitters
Keyfob transmitters are multi-button wireless CodeSecure™
transmitters. Eight system users use them for better,
quicker and safer control over various system functions.
To enroll / delete 1-way or 2-way keyfob transmitters, refer
to figure 4.2.
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ENROLLING TYPE
(*)
ENROLL SENSORS
SET SENSITIV.
normal enroll
by tamper
Keyfob No: -
higher sensitivity
lower sensitivity
Select by
or
[Keyfob No.]
(e.g. 5)
(****)
ZONE No: - (First display is READY
or NOT READY)
READY 00:00
Zone No.
[wired
29/30] (e.g. 29)
ZONE No: 29
ZONE No: 05
ZONE No: 05
<OK> TO ENROLL
TRANSMIT NOW
[Initiate transmission)
ZONE No: 29
ZONE No: 05
USER SETTINGS
ENTER CODE
[installer code]
<OFF> TO DELETE
<OFF> TO DELETE
(press
any
key)
(**)
Deleting wired/
WL sensor
Optional
ENROL WL 1WAY KP
2. ENROLLING
ENROL WL 2WAY KP
1way kp No :
2way kp No:
[WL 1-way keypad
No. 1 to 8] (e.g. 5)
3. DEFINE ZONES
KEYFOB No: 05
Enrolling a Keyfob Deleting a Keyfob
ZONE No: 05
for next
enrolling action
Enrolling wired sensor Enrolling a WL sensor
1. NEW INSTL CODE
TRANSMIT NOW
for next
enrolling action
(**) (***)
for next
enrolling action
Keyfob No: 5
KEYFOB No: 05
(**)
(**)
Keyfob No: 5
[WL Zone No. [wired/WL Zone No.
01-28]
(e.g. 05)
01-30] (e.g. 05)
NORMAL MODE
INSTALLER MODE
ENROLL KEYFOB
[MKP-150/MKP-151
No. 1 or 2] (e.g. 2)
(**)
1way kp No : 5
1way kp No : 5
TRANSMIT NOW
press
key until
red LED
lights
<OFF> TO DELETE
2way kp No : 2
(**)
2way kp No : 2
4. DEFINE PANEL
5. DEFINE COMM
6. DEFINE GSM
*
1way kp No: 5
8. DEFINE OUTPUTS
9. RECORD SPEECH
TRANSMIT NOW
Press MKP-150/
MKP-151
back tamper
switch once
(see MKP-150/
MKP-151
inst. instructions)
1way kp No: 5
AWAY
2way kp No: 2
2way kp No: 2
for next
enrolling action
for next
enrolling action
Deleting a wireless keypad
MKP-150/MKP-151
Enrolling a wireless
Deleting a wireless
Enrolling a wireless keypad
commander MCM-140+ commander MCM-140+
MKP-150/MKP-151
10. DIAGNOSTICS
(*)
ENROL WL SIREN
11. USER SETTINGS
ENROLL PROX TAG
SIREN No :
Tag No: -
siren No.
[WL
1 or 2] (e.g. 2)
12. FACTORY DEFLT
13. SERIAL NUMBER
siren No : 2
14. START UL/DL
TRANSMIT NOW
<OK> TO EXIT
<OFF> TO DELETE
Momentarily press the
wireless siren self-test
button until a squawk is
heard (1 sec. approx.)
Open WL
siren cover
and remove
its battery
for next
enrolling action
Enrolling a
wireless siren
Tag No: 5
PRESENT TAG
<OFF> TO DELETE
Present
tag
(**)
Tag No: 05
siren No: 2
Deleting a
wireless siren
(**)
Tag No: 5
<OFF> TO DELETE
siren No: 2
(Prox tag No.)
(e.g. 5)
(**)
siren No : 2
Tag No: 05
for next
enrolling action
Enrolling a Prox tag
Deleting a prox tag
Figure 4.2 - Enrolling / Deleting Wireless Devices / Keyfobs / Wireless Commanders / Wireless Sirens
*
Keyfob & proximity tags enrolling can be performed by
the installer or by the user (via USER SETTINGS
menu).
** A black box in the display means that a device is
enrolled (the system has learned its ID). No black box
indicates that the device is not enrolled.
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*** Initiate either normal transmission or the device tamper
function (see ENROLLING TYPE, Par. 4.2.2).
****Select "higher" sensitivity for far wireless device,
"lower" for near devices.
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4.3 DEFINING ZONE TYPES, NAMES & CHIME ZONES
This mode allows you to assign one of 13 zone types to
each of the system's 30 (wireless & wired) zones. In
addition, it also allows you to assign a name to each zone
and determine whether the zone will operate as a chime
zone (only while the system is in the disarmed or Home
arming state). When a chime zone is triggered, chime
melody or zone name is heard (there are 3 selectable
chime modes - Melody chime, Zone Name Chime or Chime
Off).
READY 00:00
(First display is READY
or NOT READY)
NORMAL MODE
USER SETTINGS
INSTALLER MODE
ENTER CODE
[installer code]
2. ENROLLING
3. DEFINE ZONES
A list of factory defaults is printed on table 1. You may fill
out the blank columns even before you start and proceed
to program according to your own list.
Remember!
A delay zone is also a perimeter zone by definition.
Zone types are fully explained in Appendix D.
Selectable Zone Names
31 zone names can be selected, 26 fixed names and 5
custom names (defined by the installer - see chap. 4.8):
Utility room
Dining room Hall
Attic
Yard
Kitchen
Downstairs
Back door
Laundry room Custom 1
Emergency
Basement
Custom 2
Living
room
Fire
Bathroom
Master bath Custom 3
Front door
Bedroom
Master bdrm Custom 4
Child room Garage
Custom 5
Garage door Office
Closet
Guest room Upstairs
Den
ZONE No: - [Zone No.] (e.g. 05)
5. DEFINE COMM
6. DEFINE GSM
8. DEFINE OUTPUTS
9. DEFINE VOICE
10. DIAGNOSTICS
11. USER SETTINGS
12. FACTORY DEFLT
13. SERIAL NUMBER
Zxx: TYPE -
1. Inter-follow
2. Perimeter
3. Perim-follow
4. Delay 1
5. Delay 2
6. 24h silent
7. 24h audible
8. Fire
9. Non-alarm
10. Emergency
11. Gas
12. Flood
13. Interior
(*)
Zxx: NAME - -
Attic
Back door
Basement
Bathroom
Bedroom
Child room
Closet
Zxx: CHIME
Melody-chime
Zone name-chime
Chime off
(*)
(**)
(see list above)
(*)
14. START UL/DL
<OK> TO EXIT
Figure 4.3 - DEFINE ZONES Flow Chart
The currently saved option is displayed with a dark box at the right side. To review the options, repeatedly click
or
button, until the desired option is displayed, then click
(a dark box will be displayed
at the right side).
button in this location brings you to the same zone number that you are dealing with. Press
** Clicking the
or
to select the next zone.
*
Zone
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
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Table 1 - DEFAULT AND PROGRAMMED ZONE DEFINITIONS
Zone Type
Zone Name
Chime (melody
Default
Programmed
Default
Programmed Zone Name or Off) (*)
Delay 1
Front Door
Delay 1
Garage
Delay 2
Garage Door
Perimeter
Back Door
Perimeter
Child Room
Interior
Office
Interior
Dining Room
Perimeter
Dining Room
Perimeter
Kitchen
Perimeter
Living Room
Interior
Living Room
Interior
Bedroom
Perimeter
Bedroom
Perimeter
Guest Room
Interior
Master Bedroom
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Zone Type
Zone Name
Chime (melody
No.
Default
Programmed
Default
Programmed Zone Name or Off) (*)
16 Perimeter
Master Bedroom
17 Perimeter
Laundry Room
18 Perimeter
Master Bathroom
19 Perimeter
Basement
20 Fire
Fire
21 Fire
Fire
22 Emergency
Emergency
23 Emergency
Emergency
24 24 h / silent
Basement
25 24 h / silent
Office
26 24 h / audible
Attic
27 24 h / audible
Den
28 non-alarm
Yard
29 non-alarm
Hall
30 non-alarm
Utility room
* Note: All zones are Off-chime by default. Enter your own choice in the last column and program accordingly.
4.4 DEFINING CONTROL PANEL PARAMETERS
4.4.1 Preliminary Guidance
This mode allows you to customize the control panel and
adapt its characteristics and behavior to the requirements
of the particular user. An illustrated process is shown in
figure 4.4. In this illustration, each selected option is
displayed with a dark box at the right side. To review the
or
button, until
options, repeatedly click
the desired option is displayed, then click SHOW/OK button.
4.4.2 Entry Delays 1&2
(Fig. 4.4, location 01, 02). Two different entry delays allow
the user to enter the protected site (while the system is in
the armed state) via 2 specific doors and routes without
causing an alarm.
Following entry, the user must disarm the control panel
before the entry delay expires. Slow-rate warning beeps
start sounding once the door is opened, until the last 10
seconds of the delay, during which the beeping rate
increases. Locations No. 1 (entry delay 1) and 2 (entry
delay 2) allow you to program the length of these delays.
Available options for each delay are: 00s, 15s, 30s, 45s,
60s , 3m and 4m.
Note: For UL installation entry delay should be up to 45 sec.
4.4.3 Exit Delay
(Fig. 4.4 location 03). An exit delay allows the user to arm the
system and leave the protected site via specific routes and
doors without causing an alarm. Slow-rate warning beeps
start sounding once the arming command has been given,
until the last 10 seconds of the delay, during which the
beeping rate increases. Location No. 3 allows programming of
the exit delay length. Available options are: 30s, 60s, 90s,
120s, 3m, 4m.
Note: For UL installation exit delay should be up to 120 sec.
4.4.4 Bell Time
(Fig. 4.4, location 04). Here you select the length of time
the bell (or siren) is allowed to function upon alarm. The
bell time starts upon activation of the siren. Once the bell
time expires, the siren is automatically shut down.
Available options are: 1, 3, 4, 8, 10, 15 and 20 minutes.
4.4.5 Abort Time
(Fig. 4.4 location 05). Here you select the length of time
allowed by the system to abort an alarm (not applicable to
alarms from FIRE, 24H SILENT, EMERGENCY, GAS and
FLOOD zones). The PowerMaxComplete is programmed to
provide an “abort interval” that starts upon detection of an
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event. During this interval, the buzzer sounds a warning but
the siren remains inactive and the alarm is not reported. If
the user disarms the system within the allowed abort
interval, the alarm is aborted.
Available options are: 00s, 15s, 30s, 45s, 60s, 2m, 3m,
4m.
4.4.6 Alarm Cancel
(Fig. 4.4, location 06). Here you determine the ”cancel
alarm” period that starts upon reporting an alarm to the
central station. If the user disarms the system within that
time period, a “cancel alarm” message is sent to the
central station.
Available options are: 1, 5, 15, 60 minutes, 4 hours and
also cancel inactive.
4.4.7 Quick Arm
(Fig. 4.4, location 07). Here you determine whether the
user will be allowed to perform quick arming or not. Once
quick arming is permitted, the control panel does not
request a user code before it arms the system.
The two options are: quick arm ON and quick arm OFF.
4.4.8 Bypass
(Fig. 4.4, location 08). Here you permit either manual
bypassing of individual zones (through the USER SETTINGS
menu), or allow the system to "force arm" (perform automatic
bypassing) of open zones during the exit delay. If desired,
press the arming key twice if you want to eliminate the delay
beeps that continue during a force arming. If a zone is open
and forced arming is not permitted, “NOT READY” is
displayed and the system does not arm (the “Sad Melody” will
sound). If "no bypass" is selected, neither manual bypassing
nor force arming is allowed.
Options: manual bypass, force arm and no bypass.
4.4.9 Exit Mode
(Fig. 4.4, location 09). Here you determine whether the exit
delay will restart if the exit / entry door is reopened before
the exit delay expires. Restarting the exit delay is helpful if
the user re-enters immediately after going out to retrieve
an item that he left behind. Three types of exit mode are
available:
Restart Exit - Exit delay restarts when the door is
reopened during exit delay. The restart occurs once only.
Off by door - When the door is closed, the exit delay is
automatically terminated (even if the defined exit delay
was not completed).
Normal - The exit delay is exactly as defined, regardless
of whether the door is open or closed.
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4.4.10 Piezo Beeps
(Fig. 4.4, location 10). Here you determine whether warning
beeps will sound or muted during exit and entry delays. An
additional option is to mute the warning beeps only when the
system is armed “HOME”.
Options: enable beeps, off when home and disable beeps.
4.4.11 Trouble Beeps
(Fig. 4.4, location 11). Under trouble conditions, the
sounder emits a series of 3 short beeps once per minute.
Here you determine whether this special beeping
sequence will be active, inactive, or just inactive at night
(the range of “night” hours is defined in the factory). The 3
options are: enable beeps, off at night (8 PM through 7
AM) and disable beeps.
4.4.12 Panic Alarm
(Fig. 4.4, location 12). Here you determine whether the
user will be allowed to initiate a panic alarm by
simultaneous pressing either the two panic buttons (on
the keypad / wireless commander) or away + home (on a
keyfob transmitter). Audible panic activates the siren and
simultaneously transmits a message via telephone. Silent
panic only transmits a message via telephone. The
options are: silent panic, audible panic and disable
panic.
4.4.13 Swinger Stop
(Fig. 4.4, location 13). Here you determine how many times
each zone is allowed to initiate an alarm within a single
arming period (including tamper & power failure events of
detectors, PowerMaxComplete and wireless siren). If the
alarms number from a specific zone exceeds the
programmed number, the control panel automatically
bypasses the zone to prevent recurrent siren noise and
nuisance reporting to the central station. The zone will be
reactivated upon disarming, or 48 hours after having been
bypassed (if the system remains armed).
Available options are: shut after 1, shut after 2, shut
after 3 and no shutdown.
4.4.14 Cross Zoning
(Fig. 4.4, location 14). Here you determine whether cross
zoning will be active or inactive. Cross zoning is a method
used to counteract false alarms - an alarm will not be
initiated unless two adjacent zones are violated within a
30-second time limit.
This feature is active only when arming AWAY and only
with zone couples from zone No. 18 to 27 (18 and 19, 20
and 21, etc.). You may use any one of these zone couples
to create a “cross-zoned” area.
Note: If one of two crossed zones is bypassed (see Para.
4.4.8), the remaining zone will function independently.
Note: Every 2 crossed zones must be of the allowed zone
type (Interior, Perimeter, Perimeter follower).
The options are: cross zone ON and cross zone OFF.
Cross zoning is not applicable in Entry/ Exit zones and
24h zones (Fire, Emergency, 24h audible, 24h silent).
4.4.15 Supervision
(Fig. 4.4, location 15). Here you determine the time limit for
reception of supervision reports from various supervised
wireless devices. If any device does not report at least once
within the selected time limit, an “INACTIVITY” alert is
initiated. The options are: 1, 2, 4, 8, 12 hours and disable.
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4.4.16 NOT READY
(Fig. 4.4, location 16). Here you determine if the system will be
NOT READY status when there is a supervision failure. In the
"in supervision" mode, the system will be in NOT READY
status if during the last 20 minutes a supervision message
was not received. Options: normal and in supervision.
4.4.17 AUX Button A
(Fig. 4.4, location 17). Here you select the function of the
AUX button on keyfob transmitters and wireless
commanders MCM-140+. Four options are offered for
each AUX button:
Status (applicable only to control panel that includes voice
option): Pressing the AUX button will cause the control
panel’s voice module to announce the system status.
Instant: Pressing the AUX button while the exit delay is in
progress will cause the system to arm “instant” (the entry
delay is canceled).
Skip exit delay: Pressing the AUX button will immediately
cause the system to arm “instant”.
PGM: Pressing the AUX button will activate the PGM
output (see further programming under “DEFINE
OUTPUTS”, par. 4.8).
4.4.19 Jam Detect
(Fig. 4.4, location 19). Here you determine whether
jamming (interfering trans- missions, on the radio channel
used by the system) will be detected and reported or not.
If a jam detection option is selected, the system does not
allow arming under the relevant jamming conditions.
Jam Detection Options
Option
Detection and Reporting when
UL (20/20)
There is continuous 20 seconds of
(USA standard) jamming
EN (30/60)
There is an accumulated 30 seconds of
(Europe standard) jamming within 60 sec.
class 6 (30/60)
Like EN (30/60) but the event will be
(British standard) reported only if the jamming duration
exceeds 5 minutes.
Disabled
(no jamming detection and reporting).
4.4.20 Latchkey
(Fig. 4.4, location 20). Here you determine whether the
system can be armed in the latchkey mode. If the system
is armed this way, a “latchkey” message will be sent to
specific telephones upon disarming by a “latchkey user”
(users 5-8 or keyfob transmitters 5-8). This mode is useful
when parents at work want to be informed of a child’s
return from school. You can record a name for latchkey
users.
The options are: Latchkey ON and Latchkey OFF.
4.4.21 “Not Active”
(Fig. 4.4, location 21). Here you determine the time limit for
reception of signals from sensors used to monitor the
activity of sick, elderly or disabled people. If no device
detects and reports movement at least once within the
defined time limit, a “not-active” alert is initiated.
Options: 3, 6, 12, 24, 48, 72 hours and no act disable.
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4.4.22 Back Light
(Fig. 4.4, location 22). Here you determine whether the
keypad back lighting will remain on at all times or will come
on when a key is pressed and go off within 10 seconds if
no further keystrokes are sensed.
The two options are: always on and off after 10 s.
4.4.23 Duress
(Fig. 4.4, loc. 23). A duress alarm (ambush) message can
be sent to the central station if the user is forced to disarm
the system under violence or menace. To initiate a duress
message, the user must disarm the system with the duress
code (2580 by default). Here you can change the code
digits or enter "0000" to disable the duress feature. The
system does not allow the user to program the duress
code saved in this memory location as an existing user
code.
D. During entry delay, or by using the PowerMaxComplete
keypad in AWAY mode.
Options: any time, on entry all, on entry wireless, or
entry + away kp.
4.4.30 Bell/Rep. Option
(Fig. 4.4, location 30). Here you determine whether an
alarm will be initiated (siren / report) when there is a
supervision / jamming failure during AWAY arming state.
Available options are: EN standard and other. When "EN
standard" is selected, if there is supervision / jamming
failure during AWAY arming, the siren is activated and the
events are reported as tamper events. When "Other" is
selected, there is no such activity during AWAY arming.
4.4.31 Low-Bat Ack
(Fig. 4.4, location 24). Here you determine whether the
internal siren will sound or remain silent upon alarm
(according to the user preference). Options: piezo siren
on, piezo siren off.
(Fig. 4.4, location 31). Here you determine whether the user
will hear or will not hear low battery sound when he tries to
disarm the system with a keyfob whose battery voltage is
low.
Available options are: keyfob L-B on (the user has to
acknowledge the keyfob low battery message) or keyfob
L-B off (the user does not have to acknowledge the keyfob
low battery message).
4.4.25 Reset Option
4.4.32 Screen Saver
4.4.24 Piezo Siren
(Fig. 4.4, location 25) (Not applicable in the USA)
Here you determine whether the system can be rearmed
(after an event) by the user or only by the installer.
Options: user reset or engineer reset.
If Engineer Reset is selected, the system can be rearmed
only by the installer; by entering and exiting the installer
menu, by entering and exiting the event log (see section 7),
or by remote telephone. To perform Engineer Reset via the
telephone,
establish
communication
with
the
PowerMaxComplete (see user guide, par. 6.3A, steps 1-5)
and continue as follows:
a. [*], [installer code], [#]
b. Wait for 2 beeps
c. [*], [1], [#]
d. [*], [99], [#]
(Fig. 4.4, location 32). Here you can determine that if no
key is pressed during more than 30 seconds, the display
will be “PowerMax” (to prevent possible intruder of
knowing the system status). You can determine that
button
normal display will return after pressing the
followed by entering user code (Refresh by Code) or after
pressing any key (Refresh by Key).
If Refresh by Key is selected, the first pressing of any key
(except Fire and Emergency) will cause normal display
return and the second press will perform the key function.
Regarding the Fire and Emergency keys, the first key
press will cause normal display return and also will perform
the Fire/Emergency function.
Options: scrn saver OFF, refresh by code, refresh by key.
4.4.26 Tamper Option
(Fig. 4.4, location 33). Here you determine that if 2
successive alarms will occur during a specific period, the
second alarm will be considered as a confirmed alarm
(for confirmed alarm reporting, see par. 4.5.12 REPORT
CNF ALARM).
Options: disable 30 min, 45 min, 60 min, or 90 min.
(Fig. 4.4, location 26). Here you determine whether zone
tamper will be reported or ignored. Available options are:
zone tamper ON and zone tamper OFF.
4.4.27 Siren On Line
(Fig. 4.4, location 27). Here you determine whether the siren
will be activated or not when the telephone line fails during
system armed state. Available options are: enable on fail,
disable on fail.
4.4.28 Memory Prompt
(Fig. 4.4, location 28). Here you determine whether the user
will receive indication that an alarm has been activated.
Available options are: enable and disable.
4.4.29 Disarm Option
(Fig. 4.4, location 29). Here you determine when it is possible
to disarm the system:
A. Any time.
B. In AWAY mode, during entry delay, by using the
PowerMaxComplete keypad or wireless device (keyfob).
C. In AWAY mode, during entry delay, by using a wireless
device (keyfob) only (this is set as a default in UK to
comply with DD423).
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4.4.33 Confirm Alarm
4.4.34 AC FAIL REP
(Fig. 4.4, location 34). Here you determine the time interval
between AC power failure occurrence and the failure
reporting. Options: 5 minutes, 30 minutes, 60 minutes or
180 minutes.
4.4.36 User Permission
(Fig. 4.4, location 36). Here you determine whether the
access to the INSTALLER MODE requires user permission.
If you select ENABLE, the installer mode will be accessible
only through the user menu after entering the user code.
Options: Enable, Disable.
4.4.38 Batttery Type
(Fig. 4.4, location 38). Here you determine which type of
battery pack is used, so that the system will supply proper
charge current.
Options: 7.2V or 9.6V.
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READY 00:00
01: ENTRY DELAY 1
NORMAL MODE
02: ENTRY DELAY 2
entry dly2 00 s
entry dly2 15 s
entry dly2 30 s
entry dly2 45 s
entry dly2 60 s
entry dly2 3 m
entry dly2 4 m
entry dly1 00 s
entry dly1 15 s
entry dly1 30 s
entry dly1 45 s
entry dly1 60 s
entry dly1 3 m
entry dly1 4 m
USER SETTINGS
INSTALLER MODE
03: EXIT DELAY
04: BELL TIME
exit delay 30 s
exit delay 60 s
exit delay 90 s
exit delay 120 s
exit delay 3 m
exit delay 4 m
bell time 1 m
bell time 3 m
bell time 4 m
bell time 8 m
bell time 10 m
bell time 15 m
bell time 20 m
ENTER CODE
[installer code]
05: ABORT TIME
1. NEW INSTL CODE
06: ALARM CANCEL
abort time 00 s
abort time 15 s
abort time 30 s
abort time 45 s
abort time 60 s
abort time 2 m
abort time 3 m
abort time 4 m
2. ENROLLING
3. DEFINE ZONES
4. DEFINE PANEL
5. DEFINE COMM
6. DEFINE GSM
08: BYPASS
manual bypass
no bypass
force arm
quick arm ON
quick arm OFF
cancel time 1 m
cancel time 5 m
cancel time 15 m
cancel time 60 m
cancel time 4 h
cancel inactive
Note: Force arm is not
applicable to the UK.
in
USA
09: EXIT MODE
8. DEFINE OUTPUTS
07: QUICK ARM
10: PIEZO BEEPS
restart exit
off by door
normal
enable beeps
off when home
disable beeps
13: SWINGER STOP
14: CROSS ZONING
shut after 1
shut after 2
shut after 3
no shutdown
cross zone ON
cross zone OFF
11: TROUBLE BEEPS
in
USA
disable beeps
enable beeps
off at night
12: PANIC ALARM
in
USA
silent panic
audible panic
disable panic
9. DEFINE VOICE
15: SUPERVISION
16: NOT READY
10. DIAGNOSTICS
11. USER SETTINGS
12. FACTORY DEFLT
in
USA
normal
in supervision
superv time 1 h
superv time 2 h
superv time 4 h
superv time 8 h
superv time 12 h
disable
13. SERIAL NUMBER
17: AUX BUTTON A
14. START UL/DL
<OK> TO EXIT
(*) status
instant
skip exit delay
PGM
UL (20/20)
EN (30/60)
class 6 (30/60)
disabled
22: BACK LIGHT
21: NOT ACTIVE
Note: The currently saved
options are displayed with
dark box at the right side of
the display. To review the
options, repeatedly click
or
until the
desired option is displayed,
then click OK (a dark box
will be displayed at the right
side).
Not applicable
in the USA
Not applicable
in the USA
20:LATCHKEY
19: JAM DETECT
no act time 3 h
no act time 6 h
no act time 12 h
no act time 24 h
no act time 48 h
no act time 72 h
no act disable
always on
off after 10 s
25: RESET OPTION
26: TAMPER OPTION
latchkey on
latchkey off
23: DURESS
24: PIEZO SIREN
duress code 2580
piezo siren on
piezo siren off
(Change the code or
enter 0000 to disable
duress function)
Note: Duress code is not
applicable to the UK.
user reset
enginner reset
zone tamper on
zone tamper off
27: SIREN ON LINE
28:MEMORY PROMPT
enable on fail
disable on fail
enable
disable
29: DISARM OPTION
30: BELL/REP. OPT
31: LOW-BAT ACK
32: SCREEN SAVER
any time
on entry wrless
entry + awake kp
on entry all
EN standard
other
keyfob L-B on
keyfob L-B off
scrn saver OFF
refresh by code
refresh by key
in
UK
33: CONFIRM TIME
34: AC FAIL REP
36: USER PERMIT
disable
30 minutes
45 minutes
60 minutes
90 minutes
5 minutes
30 minutes
60 minutes
180 minutes
Disable
Enable
38: BATTTERY TYPE
7.2V
9.6V
in
UK
Figure 4.4 - DEFINE PANEL Flow Chart
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4.5 DEFINING COMMUNICATION PARAMETERS
Preliminary Guidance
This mode allows you to adapt the telephone
communication parameters to the local requirements.
Compatible central station receivers are:
Osborne-Hoffman model 2000, Ademco Model 685,
FBII Model CP220, Radionics Model D6500, Sur-Gard
Model SG-MLR2-DG and Silent Knight Model 9500.
IMPORTANT: In telephone / pager number locations and
account number locations, you may be required to enter
hexadecimal digits. In telephone number locations, these
digits are used as codes to control the dialer:
Hex. Keying
Code
Digit Sequence Significance
A <#> ⇒ <0> Applicable only at the beginning of a
number - the dialer waits 10 seconds
or waits for dial tone, whichever
comes first and then dials.
B <#> ⇒ <1> Inserts an asterisk (J)
C <#> ⇒ <2> Inserts a pound sign (#)
D <#> ⇒ <3> Applicable only at the beginning of a
number - the dialer waits 5 seconds
for dial tone and goes on hook if none
is received.
E <#> ⇒ <4> Applicable only in the middle of the
number - the dialer waits 5 seconds
F <#> ⇒ <5> Not applicable in phone numbers
To enter a series of digits, use the following keys:
<Numeric keypad> - to enter the number
- moves the cursor from left to right
- moves the cursor from right to left
- deletes everything after the cursor (to the right).
4.5.1 Autotest Time
(Fig. 4.5, location 01). Here you determine the time at which the
telephone line will be tested and reported to the central station.
4.5.2 Autotest Cycle
(Fig. 4.5, location 02). Here you determine the time interval
between consecutive telephone line test messages sent to
the central station. The control panel performs this at
regular intervals to verify proper communications.
The options are: test every 5 hours, test every 1, 5, 7, 14,
30 days and test off.
4.5.3 Area Code
(Fig. 4.5, location 03). Here you enter the system tel. area
code (up to 4 digits).
4.5.4 Out Access No
(Fig. 4.5, location 04). Here you enter the number that is used
as a prefix to access an outside telephone line (if exists).
4.5.5 First Central Station Tel.
(Fig. 4.5, loc. 05). Here you program telephone number of the 1st
central station (including area code, 16 digit max) to which
the system will report the event groups defined in memory
location 11 (see note in Fig. 4.5).
4.5.6 First Account No.
(Fig. 4.5, location 06). Here you enter number that will
identify your specific alarm control system to the first
central station. The number consists of 4 or 6 hexadecimal
digits (see note in Fig. 4.5).
4.5.7 2ND Central Station Tel
(Fig. 4.5, loc. 07). Here you program telephone number of the
2nd central station (including area code, 16 digit max) to which
the system will report the event groups defined in memory
location 11 (see note in Fig. 4.5).
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4.5.8 Second Account No.
(Fig. 4.5, loc. 08). Here you enter number that will identify
your system to the 2nd central station. The account number
consists of 4 or 6 hexadecimal digits (see note in Fig. 4.5).
4.5.9 Report Format
(Fig. 4.5, location 09). Here you select the reporting format
used by the control panel to report events to central stations
(see note in figure 4.5).
The options are: Contact-ID SIA 4/2 1900/1400
4/2 1800/2300 Scancom (see Appendix C - code lists).
4.5.10 4/2 Pulse Rate
(Fig. 4.5, location 10). Here you select the pulse rate at
which data will be sent to central stations if any one of the
4/2 formats has been selected in Location 09 REPORT
FORMAT (see note in Fig. 4.5). The options are: 10, 20,
33 and 40 pps.
4.5.11 Reporting to Central Stations
(Fig. 4.5, location 11) (see note in Fig. 4.5).
Here you determine which types of event will be reported
to central stations. Due to lack of space in the display,
abbreviations are used: alarm is “alrm”, alert is “alrt” and
open/close is “o/c”. The asterisk (J) is a separator
between events reported to central station 1 and events
reported to central station 2.
Messages are divided by type into three groups:
EVENTS REPORTED
GROUP
Alarms
Fire, Burglary, Panic, Tamper
Open/Close Arming AWAY, Arming HOME, Disarming
Alerts
No-activity, Emergency, Latchkey
"Alarm" group has the highest priority and "Alert" group
has the lowest priority.
The selectable options are as follows:
Plan name
Sent to center
Sent to center 2
1
all -o/c J backup All but open/close All but open/close if center 1
doesn’t respond
all J all
All
All
all-o/c J all -o/c
All but open/close All but open/close
all –o/c J o/c
All but open/close Open/close
all (–alrt) J alrt
All but alerts
Alerts
Alrm J all (–alrm) Alarms
All but alarms
Disable report
Nothing
Nothing
all J backup
All
All if cent. 1 doesn’t respond
Note: “All” means that all 3 groups are reported and also
trouble messages - sensor / system low battery, sensor
inactivity, power failure, jamming, communication failure etc.
4.5.12 Report CNF Alarm
(Fig. 4.5, location 12). Here you determine whether the
system will report whenever 2 or more events (confirmed
alarm) occur during a specific period (see par. 4.4.33 and
note in figure 4.5).
Available options are: enable report, disable report,
enable + bypass (enabling report and bypassing the
detector - applicable to PowerMaxComplete that is
compatible with DD423 standard).
4.5.13 Send 2WV Code
(Fig. 4.5, location 13). Here you determine whether the
system will send two-way voice code to the central station
(to turn the central station from data communication to voice
communication state) by using pre-selected SIA or ContactID communication format only (see note in Fig. 4.5).
Options: send and don't send.
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4.5.14 Two-Way Voice Central Stations
(Fig. 4.5, loc. 14). (See note in Fig. 4.5) - Optional applicable only in PowerMaxComplete that includes
"voice" feature.
Here you select the timeout for 2-way voice
communication with Central Stations, or enable the central
station to ring back for 2-way voice function. This option is
applicable only after reporting an event to the central
station. (The central station person can press [3] for listenin", [1] for "speak out" or [6] for listening and speaking).
The options are: 10, 45, 60, 90 seconds, 2 minutes, ring
back and disable (no two-way voice communication).
Note: If "Ring Back" is selected, you should select
"Disable Report" for private telephone (see par. 4.5.20 Reporting to Private Telephones), otherwise the central
station
will
establish
communication
with
the
PowerMaxComplete (after an event occurrence) in the
normal manner (and not after one ring).
4.5.15 Ring Back Time
(Fig. 4.5, location 15). Here you determine the period during
which the central station can establish 2-way voice
communication with the PowerMaxComplete (after 1 ring), if:
A. Alarm type message was received by central station.
B. Ring Back function was selected (see par. 4.5.14).
The options are: 1, 3, 5 or 10 min. (see note in Fig. 4.5).
4.5.16 Dialing Attempts
(Fig. 4.5, location 16). Here you determine how many
times the communicator will dial the central station’s
number. (see note in Fig. 4.5).
The options are: 2, 4, 8, 12, and 16 attempts.
Attention! A maximum of 2 dialing attempts is permitted
by the Australian Telecommunication Authority.
For UL installation, dialing attempts should be not less
than 5 and not more than 10 attempts.
4.5.17 Set Private Tel. No.
(Fig. 4.5, location 17). Here you program the four
telephone numbers (including area code) of the private
subscriber to which the system will report the event groups
defined in Location 20.
4.5.18 Two-Way Voice - Private Phones
(Fig. 4.5, location 18) - Optional - applicable only in
PowerMaxComplete that includes "voice" feature.
Here you determine whether 2-way voice communication
with private telephones will be allowed or not.
The two options are: enable 2-way and disable 2-way.
4.5.19 Private Tel. Dialing Attempts
(Fig. 4.5, location 19)
Here you determine how many times the communicator will
dial the called party’s number (private telephone).
The options are: 1, 2, 3 and 4 attempts.
Attention! A maximum of 2 dialing attempts is permitted
by the Australian Telecommunication Authority.
4.5.20
Reporting
Telephones
to
Private
(Fig. 4.5, location 20)
Here you determine which event groups will be reported to
private telephone subscribers. The options are as follows:
Term
Description
all
All messages
all (-op/cl)
All messages, except open/close
all (-alerts)
All messages, except alerts
alarms
Alarm messages
alerts
Alert messages
op/cl
Open/close
disable report
No message will be reported
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Note: “All” means all events including the L. BAT and AC
FAIL trouble messages.
4.5.21 Tel. Acknowledge
(Fig. 4.5, location 21). Here you determine whether the
system will use the single acknowledge or the all
acknowledge mode when reporting to private telephones.
Note: In the single acknowledge mode, receiving an
acknowledge signal from a single telephone is sufficient to
consider the current event closed and call off the
communication session. The remaining telephones serve
for backup purposes only. In the all acknowledge mode, an
acknowledge signal must be received from each telephone
before the current event is considered reported.
The options are: single ack and all ack.
4.5.22 Pager Tel. No.
(Fig. 4.5, location 22). Here you program the telephone
number (including area code) of the pager to which the
system will report (if any).
4.5.23 Pager’s PIN No.
(Fig. 4.5, location 23). Here you enter the pager’s PIN
code - a digital sequence that is the pager’s address. The
paging company’s computer needs this input for routing
messages to the specific pager. The PIN sequence
precedes any digital message that the PowerMaxComplete
sends to the pager to report an event. It may include digits,
pauses and special characters (∗ or #). Call the paging
company to find out what the pager’s PIN code should
consist of.
Important! In this location, special characters can be
entered as shown below:
To Insert
Keying Sequence Character Displayed
<#> ⇒ <1>
B
#
<#> ⇒ <2>
C
5 sec pause <#> ⇒ <3>
E
Enter the pager’s PIN number (up to 16 digits, including
special characters, depending on pager system protocol).
∗
4.5.24 Reporting to a Pager
(Fig. 4.5, loc. 24). Here you determine which event groups
will be reported to the pager. (For the abbreviations, refer
to par. 4.5.11).
The options are: all
alarms + alerts
all (- op/cl)
trbl + op/cl
trbl
op/cl
disable report
4.5.25 Recent Closure
(Fig. 4.5, location 25). Here you enable or disable the
“recent closing” report, that is sent to the central station if
an alarm occurs within 2 minutes from the expiry of the exit
delay.
The options are: recent close ON and recent close OFF.
4.5.26 Remote Access
(Fig. 4.5, location 26). Here you give or deny permission to
access the system and exercise control from a remote
telephone.
The options are: rem. access ON and rem. access OFF.
4.5.27 Mast. DL Code
(Fig. 4.5, location 27). Here you determine the master
installer 4-digit password for downloading/uploading data
into/from the PowerMaxComplete memory. (See note in
Fig. 4.5).
Attention! If "0000" is used, it will not enable connection of
the PowerMaxComplete to the PC for upload/download
purpose.
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READY 00:00
01: AUTOTEST TIME
02:AUTOTST CYCLE
03:AREA CODE
04: OUT ACCESS No
NORMAL MODE
Test time 12:00 P
USER SETTINGS
(Enter test time)
INSTALLER MODE
ENTER CODE
[inst. code] (see note)
1. NEW INSTL CODE
2. ENROLLING
(See note)
05: 1ST CNTR TEL
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
test every 1d
test every 5d
test every 7d
test every 14d
test every 30d
test every 5 h
test OFF
xxxx
(See note)
06: 1ST ACCOUNT #
xxxxxx
x
(Enter tel. area
code, up to 4-digit)
(Enter ext. tel. line
access code, 1-digit)
(See note)
07: 2ND CNTR TEL
(See note)
08: 2ND ACCOUNT #
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
xxxxxx
(Enter Tel. No.)
(Enter account No.)
(Enter Tel. No.)
(Enter account No.)
(See note)
09:REPORT FORMAT
(See note)
10: 4/2 PLS RATE
(See note)
11: REPORT CNTR
(See note)
12: RPRT CNF ALRM
all - o/c * backup
all
* all
all - o/c * all - o/c
all - o/c * o/c
all (-alrt) * alrt
alrm * all (-alrm)
disable report
all * backup
enable report
disable report
enable + bypass
(See note)
15: RINGBACK TIME
(See note)
16: DIAL ATTEMPTS
1 minute
3 minutes
5 minutes
10 minutes
2 attempts
4 attempts
8 attempts
12 attempts
16 attempts
3. DEFINE ZONES
4. DEFINE PANEL
5. DEFINE COMM.
<OK> TO EXIT
Note
For Control Panel that has
installer code & master
installer code, the following
functions are available only if
the MASTER INSTALLER
code is entered:
05: 1ST CNTR TEL
06: 1ST ACCOUNT #
07: 2ND CNTR TEL
08: 2ND ACCOUNT #
09: REPORT FORMAT
10: 4/2 PLS RATE
11: REPORT
CNTR
12: RPRT CNF ALRM
13: SEND 2WV CODE
14: VOICE
C.S.
15: RINGBACK TIME
16: DIAL ATTEMPTS
27: MAST. DL CODE
Note
The currently saved options
are displayed with dark box
at the right side of the display.
To review the opt ions,
repeatedly click
or
until the desired option
is displayed, then click OK (a
dark box will be displayed at
the right side).
21: TEL ACKNWLDGE
single ack
all ack
10 pps
20 pps
33 pps
40 pps
contact ID
SIA
4/2 1900/1400
4/2 1800/2300
Scancom
(See appendix - code list)
(See note)
13: SEND 2WV CODE
(See note)
14: VOICE
C.S.
time out 10 s
time out 45 s
time out 60 s
time out 90 s
time out 2 m
ring back
disable
send
don’t send
17: SET PRVT TEL#
1st private tel#
2nd private tel#
3rd private tel#
4th private tel#
18: VOICE
PRVT
enable two-way
disable two-way
19: PRVT ATTEMPTS
20: REPORT PRVT
1 attempt
2 attempts
3 attempts
4 attempts
all
all (-op/cl)
all (-alerts)
alarms
alerts
op/cl
disable report
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
(Enter Tel. No.)
22: PAGER TEL #
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
(Enter Tel. No.)
23: PAGER PIN #
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
(Enter PIN No.)
24: REPORT PAGER
all
alarm +alert
all (-op/cl)
trbl + op/cl
trbl
op/cl
disable report
25: RECENT CLOSE
recent cl. on
recent cl. off
(See note)
26:REMOTE ACCESS
rem. access on
rem. access off
31: UPLOAD OPTION
when system OFF
any time
27: MAST. DL CODE
28: INST. DL CODE
30: ZONE RESTORE
downl. code AAAA
xxxx
(Enter 4-digit code)
(”0000” is not valid)
downl. code BBBB
xxxx
(Enter 4-digit code)
(”0000” is not valid)
report restore
don’t report
32: DIAL METHOD
33: LINE FAIL REP
don’t report
immediately
5 minutes
30 minutes
60 minutes
180 minutes
tone (dtmf)
pulse
Not applicable
in the USA
Applicable for USA only
Applicable for UK only
38:AMBIENT LEVEL
39: REP. 24h ZONES
high
low
both original
audibl as panic
silent as panic
both as panic
34: UL/DL TEL #
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
(Enter Tel. No.)
35: SYS INACT REP
disable
rep after 7d
rep after 14d
rep after 30d
rep after 90d
Figure 4.5 - DEFINE COMM Flow Chart
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4.5.28 Inst. DL Code
(Fig. 4.5, location 28). Here you determine the installer 4digit password for downloading data into the
PowerMaxComplete memory.
Attention! If "0000" is used, it will not enable connection of
the PowerMaxComplete to the PC for upload/download
purpose.
4.5.30 Zone Restore
(Fig. 4.5, location 30). Here you determine whether a zone
restore will be reported or not. Options: report restore and
don't report.
4.5.31 Upload Option
(Fig. 4.5, location 31). Here you determine whether the
PowerMaxComplete data can be uploaded into a computer
while the system is in disarm state or any time (in
HOME/AWAY arming & disarm state). The options are:
when system OFF and any time.
4.5.32 Dialing Method
(Fig. 4.5, location 32). Here you determine the dialing
method used by the automatic dialer built into the
PowerMaxComplete control panel.
The options are: Pulse and DTMF (tone).
4.5.33 Line Failure Report
(Fig. 5, loc. 33). Here you determine if the telephone line
disconnection will be reported or not and determine the
delay between detection of line disconnection and the
failure reporting. If the telephone line is disconnected, the
message "tel line fail" will be stored in the event log.
4.6 DEFINING GSM PARAMETERS
This mode is applicable only if your PowerMaxComplete is
connected to the internal / external GSM unit. By using this
mode, you can:
1. Define that the GSM unit is installed / not installed.
2. Define 4 cellular phone numbers to which events will be
reported via SMS text message.
3. Define which types of events will be reported to SMS
phone numbers.
4. Define whether the GSM unit will serve as:
GSM IS BACKUP – The system will try to report
events using the PSTN line, and if that fails, it will try
the GSM line (SMS messages are always sent
using the GSM line).
GSM IS PRIMARY –The system will try dialing
using GSM line first, and if that fails, it will try the
PSTN line (SMS messages are sent using GSM
anyway).
GSM ONLY –The system will report events by using
only the GSM line.
SMS ONLY –The system will not use GSM line for
anything else than for SMS messages.
5. Define whether GSM line failure will not be reported, or
will be reported after 2/5/15/30 minutes.
An illustrated process is shown in figure 4.6. In this
illustration, each selected option is displayed with a dark
box at the right side. To review the options, repeatedly
or
button, until the desired option is
click
displayed, then click
button.
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The options are: don't report, immediately, 5 minutes,
30 minutes, 60 minutes or 180 minutes.
4.5.34 UL/DL Tel. Number
(Fig. 4.5, loc. 34). Here you enter the telephone number (up
to 16 digits) of the UL/DL server.
Note: Only for use with panels monitored by compatible
central stations. Leave empty if not being used.
4.5.35 System Inactivity Report
(Fig. 4.5, loc. 35). Here you determine whether the central
station will receive a message if the system is inactive (not
armed) during a defined period (days).
The options are: disable, rep. after 7d, rep. after 14d, rep.
after 30d, rep. after 90d.
4.5.38 Ambient Level
(Fig. 4.5 loc. 38). Applicable for USA only. In this section
you select the ambient noise level of the installation. If it is
relatively noisy environment, set it to High (default setting)
If it is very quiet environment, set to Low.
4.5.39 Report 24h Zones
Here you determine whether 24 hour (silent and audible)
zones will function as normal 24 hour zones or as panic
zones.
The options are: both original, audible as panic, silent
as panic, or both as panic.
4.6.1 GSM Module Installation
Here you define whether the GSM Module is installed or
not installed. Available options are: installed or not
installed.
4.6.2 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th SMS Number
Here you define the first, second, third and fourth SMS
phone number (including area code, 16 digits maximum) to
which pre-selected events types (see next paragraph) will
be reported.
4.6.3 Reporting to SMS Phone Number
Here you determine the types of events that will be
reported to the pre-selected SMS phone numbers.
Event messages are divided by type into three groups:
GROUP
EVENTS REPORTED
Alarms
Fire, Burglary, Panic, Tamper
Open/Close Arming AWAY, Arming HOME, Disarming
Alerts
No-activity, Emergency, Latchkey
The selectable options are detailed in the next table.
Option
All
all (-op/cl)
all (-alerts)
Alarms
Alerts
op/CL
Disable report
Description
All event types
All event types except open/close
All event types except alerts
Alarms only
Alerts only
Open/close only
No events reporting
Note: “All” means that all 3 groups are reported and also
trouble messages - sensor / system low battery, sensor
inactivity, power failure, jamming, communication failure etc.
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READY 00:00
1. GSM INSTALL
NORMAL MODE
USER SETTINGS
2. 1st SMS number
Installed
Not installed
3. 2nd SMS number
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
4. 3rd SMS number
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
(Enter GSM No.)
(Enter GSM No.)
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
(Enter GSM No.)
INSTALLER MODE
ENTER CODE
[installer code]
5. 4th SMS number
6. REPORT
SMS
7. GSM line failure
8. GSM line purpose
don’t report
2 minutes
5 minutes
15 minutes
30 minutes
SMS only
GSM is backup
GSM is primary
GSM only
1. NEW INSTL CODE
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
(Enter GSM No.)
2. ENROLLING
3. DEFINE ZONES
4. DEFINE PANEL
5. DEFINE COMM.
disable report
all
all (-op/cl)
all (-alerts)
alarms
alerts
op/cl
12. GSM auto test
6. DEFINE GSM
disable
Every 28 days
<OK> TO EXIT
Figure 4.6 - DEFINE GSM
4.6.4 GSM Line Failure Reporting
Here you determine whether GSM network failure will be
reported after 2 min., after 5 minutes, after 15 min., or after
30 minutes. Available options: don't report, 2 min, 5 min,
15 min, or 30 min.
4.6.5 GSM Line Purpose
Define whether the GSM unit will serve as a backup for the
regular telephone line, as a primary communication
channel or as the only telephone channel or for sending
SMS only. Available options are: GSM is backup, GSM is
primary, GSM only or SMS only.
4.6.6 GSM Auto Test
Here you determine whether the GSM will send a message
to the central station if no outgoing telephone calls or SMS
messages have been initiated during the last 28 days.
Available options: disable or every 28 days.
4.8 DEFINING OUTPUT PARAMETERS
4.8.1 Preliminary Guidance
This mode allows you:
a. Events/conditions selection under which PGM
(programmable) output will function.
b. Selection of the internal siren or STROBE light (that will
be activated according to system programming).
4.8.2 Define PGM
For the PGM output, you can select disable, turn on, turn
off or pulse active (turn on for predefined period, selected
by PULSE TIME), as follows:
BY ARM AWAY (upon AWAY arming).
BY ARM HOME (upon HOME arming).
BY DISARM (upon disarming).
BY MEMORY (activated upon registration of an alarm in
the memory, turned off upon memory clearing).
BY DELAY (during exit / entry delays).
BY KEYFOB (upon AUX button pressing in the keyfob
transmitter / MCM-140+, if “PGM” is selected in “Define
Panel” menu, locations 17 and 18).
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BY ZONES (by disturbance in each of 3 selected zones,
irrespective of arming / disarming). If you select toggle,
the PGM output will be turned on upon event
occurrence in these zones and will be turned off upon
next event occurrence, alternately.
BY LINE FAIL: PGM output is ON if telephone line is
disconnected.
4.8.3 Defining INT/STRB
Here you determine whether the INT output will be used
for an internal siren or for a strobe. If strobe is selected,
the INT output will be activated when an alarm occurs until
the system is disarmed and rearmed again (i.e. clearing
alarm memory).
4.8.4 PGM General Definition
Here you determine the PGM LOCKOUT TIME - daytime
limits between which PGM output (that is controlled by
sensors) will be off even when the associated sensors are
triggered. To disable the lockout time, the START and
STOP times should be identical (see figure 4.8).
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(First display is READY
or NOT READY)
DEFINE PGM
(*)
PGM GENERAL DEF
DEFINE INT/STRB
READY 00:00
internal siren
strobe
PGM PULSE TIME
LOCKOUT TIME
NORMAL MODE
start - HH:MM A
stop - HH:MM A
pulse time 2s
pulse time 30s
pulse time 2m
pulse time 4m
USER SETTINGS
INSTALLER
INSTALLER MODE
MODE
(**)
xxxx - 00:00 A
Select “start”/”stop”and
enter the desired time.
ENTER CODE
[installer code]
1. NEW INSTL CODE
2. ENROLLING
3. DEFINE ZONES
4. DEFINE PANEL
5. DEFINE COMM
6. DEFINE GSM
PGM: BY ARM AWAY
disable
turn on
turn off
pulse active
disable
turn on
turn off
pulse active
PGM: BY DELAY
disable
turn on
turn off
pulse active
PGM: BY ARM HOME
PGM: BY DISARM
PGM: BY MEMORY
disable
turn on
turn off
pulse active
disable
turn on
turn off
pulse active
PGM: BY KEYFOB
PGM: BY ZONES
PGM: BY LINE FAIL
a - zone
b - zone
disable
turn on
turn off
pulse active
toggle
by line fail no
by line fail yes
(*) c - zone
(SELECT BY
x - zone
OR
)
Z: _ _
(ENTER ZONE NUMBERS)
8. DEFINE OUTPUTS
disable
turn on
turn off
pulse active
toggle
Figure 4.8 - Define Outputs Flow Chart
*
**
Upon selecting any one of the 3 options (zone a, b and c) you may enter a zone number and then select "disable", "turn on", "turn
off", "pulse active" or "toggle".
button
The currently saved option is displayed with a dark box at the right side. To review the options, repeatedly click
until the desired option is displayed, then click
(a dark box will be displayed at the right side).
4.9 DEFINE VOICE
DEFINE VOICE is optional - applicable only
PowerMaxComplete that includes "voice" feature
in
4.9.1 Record Speech
This mode allows you to record short-duration speech
messages for the following purposes:
• House identity is a message announced automatically
when events are reported to private telephones.
• 4 User Names can be recorded and assigned to users
numbered 5-8. In case of event, the relevant user
name will be added to the message that will be
reported via the telephone.
• 5 custom zone names can be recorded and assigned
to specific zones. These names are useful if none of
the 26 fixed zone names are found suitable for a
certain zone (see Fig. 4.3).
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•
Edit custom zone names enables you to edit the
names that have been assigned to zones.
The recording process is shown below.
4.9.2 Voice Box Mode
This mode allows you to determine whether two-way voice
communication is to be sounded either via the optional
external speech box, via the PowerMaxComplete, or via
both.
Options: No Voice Box, Voice Box Only or Voice Box
Mixed.
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9. DEFINE VOICE
EDIT USER TERM 1
CUST. ZONES NAME
EDIT USER TERM 2
EDIT USER TERM 3
EDIT USER TERM 4
EDIT USER TERM 5
To edit User Terms, use the following buttons on the control panel keypad:
press
to scroll backward; press
to scroll forward ;
press
to change from small caps to big caps ; press
for space
RECORD SPEECH
HOUSE IDENTITY
USER #5 NAME
- don’t release
(*)
RECORD A MESSAGE
TALK NOW
USER #7 NAME
USER #8 NAME
Record users 5 - 8 names (for example, David, Rose, Mark, etc.).
The process is identical to HOUSE IDENTITY recording process.
(*)
(e.g. “John’s house”)
RECORDING ENDED
Release button [2] (**)
USER #6 NAME
USER TERM #1
USER TERM #2
USER TERM #3
USER TERM #4
USER TERM #5
Record users terms 1-5 (e.g. Living room, Library, etc.), identical to HOUSE IDENTITY recording process.
VOICE BOX MODE
No Voice Box
Voice Box Only
Voice Box Mixed
(*) RECORD MESSAGE is displayed momentarily. The dark square boxes slowly disappear,
one by one, until end of recording time.
(**) To check the recorded message, press the
key and listen to the playback.
Figure 4.9 - Speech Recording Flow Chart
4.10 DIAGNOSTIC TEST
When you are instructed to perform "walk test", walk
throughout the site to check the detectors / sensors. When
a detector/sensor is triggered into alarm, its name, number
and the alarm reception level should be indicated (for
example, "Bathroom", "Z19 strong") and the buzzer should
sound according to the alarm reception level (1 of 3).
IMPORTANT! Reliable reception must be assured. Therefore,
a "poor" signal strength is not acceptable. If you get a
"poor" signal from a certain detector, re-locate it and re-test
until a "good" or "strong" signal strength is received. This
principle should be followed during the initial testing and also
throughout subsequent system maintenance.
This mode allows you to test the function of all protected area
wireless sensors / wireless sirens / wireless keypads and to
receive / review information regarding the received signal
strength. Three reception levels are sensed and reported:
Received Signal Strength Indication:
Reception Buzzer Response
Strong
Happy Tune twice ( - - - –––– ) ( - - - ––––)
Good
Happy Tune ( - - - –––– )
Poor
Sad tune ( –––––––– )
The diagnostic test process is shown in figure 4.10.
(see figure 4.1a)
WL SENSORS TEST
DIAG. TESTING
(Perform walk test)
BATHROOM
Z19 STRONG
WL SIRENS TEST
S1
Example
of test
result
display
DIAG. TESTING
FRONT DOOR
(alternating for 5 sec.)
Z1 POOR
LIVING ROOM
(alternating for 5 sec.)
Z2 OK
10. DIAGNOSTICS
Example
of test
result
display
(Each time the OK button is pressed,
the next test result is displayed)
CPU
Z1
Z1
CPU=STRONG
CPU
PLEASE WAIT...
S2
CPU=STRONG
Note
STRONG/GOOD/POOR/
“NOT OK” (with siren No.,
S1 or S2 before) is
displayed according to the
wireless siren signal
strength).
S1=siren 1. S2 = siren 2.
CPU = Control Panel Unit
= 2 way comm.
CPU
WAIT
WAIT
S1
S2
Example
of test
result
display
WL KEYPADS TEST
CPU=STRONG
Z2
CPU
PLEASE WAIT...
Z2
CPU=STRONG
Note
STRONG/GOOD/POOR/
“NOT OK” (with keypad
No., Z1 or Z2 before) is
displayed according to the
wireless siren signal
strength).
Z1=keypad 1 Z2=keypad 2
CPU = Control Panel Unit
= 2 way comm.
Figure 4.10 - Diagnostic Test Flow Chart
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4.11 USER FUNCTIONS
This mode provides you with a gateway to the user functions
through the regular user programming menu. You may:
• Program the 4 (private) telephone numbers
• Program user codes
• Enroll keyfobs
• Enroll proximity tags
• Select the voice option
• Set the auto arm option
• Set arming time
• Set the squawk option
• Set the system time and time format
• Set the date and date format
• Set the time scheduler
Refer to the User Guide for detailed procedures.
Caution! If after having programmed the user codes the
system does not recognize your installer code, this
indicates you must have programmed a user code that is
identical with your installer code. If so, access the user
menu and change the code that is identical with your
installer code. This will re-validate your installer code.
4.12 RETRIEVING FACTORY DEFAULTS
If you want to reset the PowerMaxComplete parameters to the
factory default parameters, you should enter the installer
menu and perform the "FACTORY DEFLT" function, as
described in the right side illustration. To get the relevant
parameters defaults, contact the PowerMaxComplete dealer.
Note: For PowerMaxComplete with 2 installer codes,
INSTALLER code and MASTER INSTALLER code, only the
master installer code enables to perform factory default function.
Entering to/exit from the FACTORY
DEFLT menu is shown in figure 4.1a
12. FACTORY DEFLT
<OK> to restore
ENTER CODE:
This is a brief display after which all
the factory defaults are retrieved.
[installer code]
PLEASE WAIT ...
4.13 SERIAL NUMBER
The menu "13. SERIAL NUMBER" enables reading the
system serial number for support purposes only.
4.14 CALLING UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD SERVER
Note:
This option is only used during the installation of panels
monitored by compatible central stations.
This option allows the installer to initiate a call to the
upload/download server. The server uploads the
PowerMaxComplete configuration to its data base and can
unload predefined parameters to the PowerMaxComplete .
READY 00:00
NORMAL MODE
USER SETTINGS
If UL/DL server
tel. # is already
defined (see
par. 4.5.34)
If UL/DL server
tel. # was not
defined before
(see par. 4.5.34)
COMMUNICATING
TEL # NOT DEFINED
INSTALLER MODE
ENTER CODE
[installer code]
Displayed during
dialing process
1. NEW INSTL CODE
Displayed for half
a minute approx.
accompanied by sad
(failure) melody
2. ENROLLING
3. DEFINE ZONES
4. DEFINE PANEL
5. DEFINE COMM
Displayed during
download process
Dialing
OK
DOWNLOADING
Dialing
failed
DIAL ATTEMPT FAIL
6. DEFINE GSM
Displayed for half
a minute approx.
accompanied by sad
(failure) melody
8. DEFINE OUTPUTS
9. DEFINE VOICE
10. DIAGNOSTICS
11. USER SETTINGS
Displayed for half
a minute approx.
accompanied by happy
(success) melody
Download
OK
DOWNLOAD OK
Download
failed
DOWNLOAD FAILED
Displayed for half
a minute approx.
accompanied by sad
(failure) melody
12. FACTORY DEFLT
13. SERIAL NUMBER
14. START UL/DL
<OK> TO EXIT
Figure 4.14 – Start UL/DL
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5. TESTING PROCEDURES
5.1 Preparations
Make sure all windows and doors are closed. If all zones
are secured (undisturbed), the display should read:
HH:MM
READY
If the display is “NOT READY”, query the control panel by
pressing the
button repeatedly. The source(s)
of the problem(s) will be displayed and read aloud. Take the
necessary measures to eliminate the problem(s) before
testing the system (see next paragraph).
5.2 Diagnostic Test
To verify proper function of all detectors in the system, a
comprehensive diagnostic test is required. To perform this
test, refer to figure 4.10.
5.3 Keyfob Transmitter Test
Initiate transmission from each transmitter enrolled as a
keyfob unit (according to the list in Table A2, Appendix A).
Use each transmitter to arm the control panel AWAY and
immediately disarm it. Upon pressing the keyfob unit’s
AWAY key, the ARM indicator should light.
The display should respond as follows:
ARMING
PLEASE
AWAY
EXIT
NOW
The exit delay beeps will begin.
Press the keyfob unit’s DISARM ( ) key. The ARM indicator
should extinguish, the announcement “Disarm, ready to arm"
should be heard and the display should revert to:
HH:MM
READY
Test the AUX button in each keyfob in accordance with the
information noted in Table A.2, Appendix A. Verify that the
AUX button performs its duty as programmed.
If the AUX (@) button is defined as “STATUS”, system
status should be displayed and announced upon
pressing the button.
If the AUX (@) button is defined as “INSTANT”, press
the AWAY button and then the AUX button. The
response should be:
ARMING
INSTANT
(alternating)
PLEASE
EXIT
NOW
and the exit delay beeps will start. Press the DISARM ( )
key immediately to disarm.
If the AUX (@) button is programmed as “PGM” and
permitted to activate the PGM output, pressing (@)
should activate the device wired to the PGM output.
5.4 PGM output ON/OFF Test
Go over the table in Appendix B column by column. If, for
instance, the “BY ARM AWAY” column has an “X” marked,
then arm AWAY the system and verify that the appliance
that is connected to PGM output is actually activated upon
AWAY arming.
Continue in the same manner in the following columns,
always creating the state or event that will activate the
appliance that is connected to PGM output. Verify that it is
activated as programmed.
IMPORTANT! Before testing “BY TIMER” and “BY ZONE”,
make sure that these forms of control are permitted - click
repeatedly and verify that the display shows:
BY
TIMER
BY
SENSOR
ON
and:
ON
A dark box at the extreme right means that these functions
are enabled.
The easiest way for test timed activation is to select the
ninth item in the installer’s menu (”10. USER SETTINGS”)
and set the system clock a few minutes before the relevant
“start time”. Do not forget to return the clock to the correct
time after completion of this test.
5.5 Emergency Transmitter Test
Initiate transmission from each transmitter enrolled to an
emergency zone (according to the list in Table A3,
Appendix A). For example, upon pressing the transmit
button of an emergency transmitter enrolled to zone 22,
the display should read:
Z22
EMERGENCY
(alternating)
VIOLATED
It is advisable to let the central station know that you are
conducting this test, or just disconnect the telephone line from
the PowerMaxComplete during the test, to prevent false alarms.
6. MAINTENANCE
6.1 Dismounting the Control Panel
A. Remove the screw that fastens the front unit to the back
unit (see figure 3.1H).
B. Remove the 3 screws that fasten the back unit to the
mounting surface (see figure 3.1A) and remove the
control panel.
6.2 Replacing the Backup Battery
Replacement and first-time insertion of battery pack is
similar (see figure 3.1C).
With fresh battery pack, correct insertion and tightened
battery compartment lid, the TROUBLE indicator should
extinguish. However, the “MEMORY” message will now
blink in the display (caused by the “tamper” alarm you
triggered when opening the battery compartment lid). Clear
it by arming the system and immediately disarming.
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6.3 Fuse Replacement
The PowerMaxComplete has two internal fuses that have
automatic reset. Therefore, there is no need to replace
fuses.
When over current condition occurs, the fuse cuts off the
circuit current. Upon fault current being removed for
several seconds, the fuse is automatically reset and allows
current flow through the circuit again.
6.4 Replacing/Relocating Detectors
Whenever maintenance work involves replacement or relocation of detectors, always perform a full diagnostic test
according to par. 4.10.
Remember! A "poor" signal is not acceptable, as stated at
the end of the test procedure.
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7. READING THE EVENT LOG
Events are stored in the event log. You can access this log
and review the events, one by one. If the event log fills up
completely, the oldest event is deleted upon registration of
each new event.
The date and time of occurrence are memorized for each
event.
(*)
CODE _ _ _ _
(Enter 4-digit
installer code)
When reading the event log, events are shown in
chronological order - from the newest to the oldest. Access
to the event log is provided by clicking the
key and
not through the installer’s menu. Reading and erasing
process of the event log is shown in the next drawing.
(***)
CLEAR EVENT LOG
LIST OF EVENTS
<OK TO EXIT
<OFF> TO DELETE
Latest Event
(**)
(Return to normal
operation)
Oldest Event
Figure 7 - Reading / Erasing the Event Log
***
to review the event log.
While the system is in normal operation mode, click
Event is displayed in 2 parts, for example, "Z13 alarm" then "09/02/00 3:37 P". The two displays will be shown
again to move to the next event or until the end of the event log (4 minutes).
alternately until clicking
Applicable only if installer code is entered.
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APPENDIX A. Detector Deployment & Transmitter Assignments
A1. Detector Deployment Plan
Zone
No.
Zone Type
Sensor Location or Transmitter Assignment
(in non-alarm or emergency zones)
Chime
(Yes / No)
Controls PGM
(X = YES)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29 (*)
30 (*)
Zone Types: 1 = Interior follower < 2 = Perimeter < 3 = Perimeter follower < 4 = Delay 1 < 5 = Delay 2 < 6 = 24 h
silent < 7 = 24 h audible < 8 = Fire < 9 = Non-alarm < 10 = Emergency < 11 = Gas < 12 = Flood < 13 = Interior.
Zone Locations: Note down the intended location for each detector. When programming, you may select one of 26
available zone names (plus 5 custom zone names that you can add - see Figure 4.3 - Define Zones).
* Zones 29 & 30 only are hardwired zones.
A2. Keyfob Transmitter List
Transmitter Data
No.
Type
Holder
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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AUX button Assignments
Status or Arming
PGM Control
“instant”
Indicate the desired function Indicate whether
(if any) – see par. 4.4.17
this output will be
(Aux button).
activated or not –
see par. 4.7.
System status
F
Arming “instant” F
Yes F
No F
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A3. Emergency Transmitter List
Tx #
Transmitter Type
Enrolled to Zone
Name of holder
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
A4. Non-Alarm Transmitter List
Tx #
Transmitter Type
Enrolled to Zone
Name of holder
Assignment
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
APPENDIX B. PGM Output Assignment
Controlled
Appliance
ON
ON
ON
by arm by arm
by
HOME AWAY disarm
ON
by
Memory
ON
ON
by
by
Delay Keyfob
ON by Timer
ON
OFF
Time
Time
ON by Zone No.
a
b
c
ON
by line
fail
APPENDIX C. Event Codes
Contact ID Event Codes
Code
Definition
Code
101
110
113
Emergency
Fire
Flood alarm
351
373
381
120
121
122
123
131
132
134
137
139
151
180
301
302
311
313
321
344
350
Panic
Duress
Silent
Audible
Perimeter
Interior
Entry/Exit
Tamper/CP
Burglary verified
Gas alarm
Gas trouble
AC loss
Low system battery
Battery disconnect
Engineer reset
Bell
RF receiver jam detect
Communication trouble
383
384
393
401
403
406
408
426
441
454
455
456
459
570
602
607
641
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SIA Event Codes
Definition
Telco fault
Fire detector trouble
Loss of supervision
RF
Sensor tamper
RF low battery
Fire detector clean me
O/C by user
Auto arm
Cancel
Quick arm
Door open event
Armed home
Fail to close
Fail to arm
Partial arm
Recent close event
Bypass
Periodic test report
Walk test mode
Senior watch trouble
Code
AR
AT
BA
BB
BC
BR
BT
Definition
Code
Definition
GJ
HA
LR
LT
OP
OT
PA
Gas trouble restore
Holdup Alarm (duress)
Phone Line Restore
Phone Line Trouble
Opening Report
Fail to Arm
Panic Alarm
BV
BZ
CF
CI
CL
CP
CR
EA
FA
FT
FJ
FR
GA
AC Restore
AC Trouble
Burglary Alarm
Burglary Bypass
Burglary Cancel
Burglary Restore
Burglary Trouble /
Jamming
Burglary Verified
Missing Supervision
Forced Closing
Fail to Close
Closing Report
Auto Arm
Recent Close
Door Open
Fire Alarm
Fire Detector Clean
Fire detector trouble
Fire Restore
Gas alarm
QA
RN
RP
RX
RY
TA
TR
WA
WR
XR
XT
YR
YT
GR
GT
Gas alarm restore
Gas trouble
YX
Emergency Alarm
Engineer Reset
Automatic Test
Manual Test
Exit from Manual Test
Tamper Alarm
Tamper Restore
Flood alarm
Flood alarm restore
Sensor Battery Restore
Sensor Battery Trouble
System Battery Restore
System Battery Trouble /
Disconnection
Service Required
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Note: The report to central station is on the following zones: First wireless siren - zone 31, second wireless siren - zone 32,
GSM - zone 33, first 2-way keypad (MKP-150/MKP-151) - zone 35, second 2-way keypad (MKP-150/MKP-151) - zone 36.
Alarms
Zone #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
1st digit 4
2nd digit 1
4
2
4
3
4
4
4
5
4
6
4
7
4
8
4
9
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
4 4 4 4 4
A B C D E
4
F
5
1
5
2
5
3
5
4
5
5
5
6
5
7
5
8
5
9
5 5 5 5 5
A B C D E
5
F
Restorals
Zone #
1
1st digit C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D
2nd digit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
Supervisory trouble
Zone #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
1st digit 6
2nd digit 1
6
2
6
3
6
4
6
5
6
6
6
7
6
8
6
9
6 6 6 6 6
A B C D E
6
F
7
1
7
2
7
3
7
4
7
5
7
6
7
7
7
8
7
9
7 7 7 7
A B C D
Low Battery
Zone #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
1st digit 8
2nd digit 1
8
2
8
3
8
4
8
5
8
6
8
7
8
8
8
9
8 8 8 8 8
A B C D E
8
F
9
1
9
2
9
3
9
4
9
5
9
6
9
7
9
8
9
9
9 9 9 9
A B C D
Forced Arming – 8 users
User No.
1st digit
2nd digit
1
A
1
2
A
2
3
A
3
4
A
4
5
A
5
6
A
6
7
A
7
8
A
8
Zone Bypass
Zone #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
1st digit A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B
2nd digit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
Panic / 24 Hours - 8 users
User No.
1st digit
2nd digit
1
2
1
2
2
2
3
2
3
4
2
4
5
2
5
6
2
6
7
2
7
8
2
8
Panic CP
2
9
Duress
2
A
Cancel alarm
E
9
Recent Close
E
C
Arm HOME and AWAY (Closing)
User No.
1st digit
2nd digit
1
E
1
2
E
2
3
E
3
4
E
4
5
E
5
6
E
6
7
E
7
8
E
8
2
F
2
3
F
3
4
F
4
5
F
5
6
F
6
7
F
7
8
F
8
Disarm (Opening)
User No.
1st digit
2nd digit
1
F
1
Trouble
Event
1st digit
2nd digit
Event
1st digit
2nd digit
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Fuse Fuse
Jamming Jamming
Fail Restore
Restore
2
2
2
2
C
D
E
F
CP Tamper
Restore
1
7
No Active
1
8
AC
AC
CPU Low
CPU Low
CP
Failure Restore Battery Battery Restore Tamper
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
6
COMM. &
LINE Restore
1
A
Enter Test
Exit Test
Auto Test
1
D
1
E
1
F
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Understanding the Scancom Reporting Protocol Data Format
The SCANCOM data format consists of 13 decimal digits divided
into 4 groups, from left to right, as shown at the right side.
Each channel is associated with a specific event as follows:
5th "C": Alarm cancel
1st "C": Fire
nd
6th "C": Emergency
2 "C": Personal attack
7th "C": Second alarm
3rd "C": Intruder
8th "C": Trouble messages
4th "C": Open/close
Account
Code
Channels
1-4
aaaa
cccc
The digit in this position conveys
the status of channel 1
Channels
5-8
cccc s
System Status:
no trouble,
test, low battery
The digit in this position conveys
the status of channel 8
Scancom Data Format
APPENDIX D. Programmable Zone Types
D1. Delay Zones
D5. Gas Zone
A delay zone has exit and entry delays set by you in the
course of programming the system. Warning beeps will
sound throughout these delays, unless you choose to mute
them.
• Exit Delay - The exit delay begins once the user arms
the system. It allows him to leave via interior zones and
a doorway before arming actually takes effect. When the
exit delay starts, the buzzer beeps slowly and maintains
a slow beeping rate until the last 10 seconds, during
which it beeps rapidly. The PowerMaxComplete has two
types of delay zones, for which different delay times may
be set.
• Entry Delay - The entry delay begins once the user
enters the protected area via a specific doorway (his
entry is sensed by a delay zone detector). To avoid an
alarm, he must reach the keypad via interior zones
(which become "follower zones" during the entry delay)
and disarm the system before the delay expires. When
the entry delay starts, the buzzer beeps slowly until the
last 10 seconds, during which it beeps rapidly.
A gas zone is permanently active (a gas alarm is triggered
regardless of whether the system is armed or disarmed).
Upon detection of gas leak, the event is reported via the
telephone line.
D2. Emergency Zones
You can provide incapacitated, sick or elderly people with
a miniature single-button transmitter to be carried on the
neck like a pendant or to be worn on the wrist like a watch.
In distress situations, they can press the button on their
transmitter, causing the PowerMaxComplete to send an
emergency call to the central monitoring station or to
private telephones designated by the installer.
To make this possible, define the required number of
zones as emergency zones and enroll a portable
transmitter to each one of these zones. When completed,
ask the master user to distribute these transmitters to their
potential users.
D3. Fire Zones
A fire zone uses smoke detectors and is permanently
active (a fire alarm is triggered regardless of whether the
system is armed or disarmed). Upon detection of smoke, a
pulsating siren sounds immediately and the event is
reported via the telephone line.
D4. Flood Zone
A flood zone is permanently active (a flood alarm is
triggered regardless of whether the system is armed or
disarmed). Upon detection of flood leak, the event is
reported via the telephone line.
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D6. Interior Zone
Interior zones are zones within the protected premises that
have nothing to do with perimeter protection. Their most
important feature is that they allow free movement within
the protected area without initiating an alarm, provided that
the system is armed in the "HOME" mode. People can
therefore stay at home and move about freely, as long as
they do not disturb a PERIMETER zone.
Once the system is armed in the AWAY mode (all zones are
protected), interior zones will initiate an alarm if violated.
D7. Interior Follower Zones
"Interior Follower" zone is a zone that is located between
entry/exit zone and the alarm system control panel. This zone
is temporarily ignored by the alarm system during entry/exit
delay periods, to enable you to walk (without causing an alarm)
in front of a motion detector that is associated with the Interior
Follower zone, after you enter through an entry zone on the
way to the control panel, or when leaving the protected
premises after system arming.
D8. Non-Alarm Zones
A non-alarm zone does not directly participate in the alarm
system. Its main use is to perform auxiliary remote control
tasks
such
as
opening/closing
a
gate,
activating/deactivating
courtesy
light
and
similar
applications. No alarm, silent or otherwise, is associated
with a non-alarm zone.
You can define the desired number of non-alarm zones and
enroll a portable transmitter or a wireless device (detector)
to this type of zone. Then, you must ensure that these
zones are permitted to control the PGM output. Next, you
can select the zones (3 at most) that will control PGM
output.
Note: A PGM output control can also be carried out by
holders of all keyfob transmitters, by pressing the AUX [M]
button.
This method will work provided that you programmed the [M]
button for PGM control (see Par. 4.4.17), and that you
programmed the PGM output to be controlled by keyfob
transmitters (see par. 4.8).
D9. Perimeter Zones
Perimeter zones rely on detectors designed to protect
doors, windows and walls. An immediate alarm is initiated
when such a zone is violated by opening the door/window
or by trying to break the wall.
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D10. Perimeter Follower Zones
A non-entry/exit zone, typically a perimeter zone located
on an entry/exit path, that is treated as an entry/exit zone
during an entry/exit time.
D11. 24-Hour Zones
24 hour zones are mainly used for PANIC buttons, perimeter
detectors and anti-tamper protection. They therefore trigger an
alarm in both armed and disarmed states.
• 24 Hour Zone - Silent. - Upon detection, this zone
initiates a silent alarm, meaning that the sirens do not
function. Instead the PowerMaxComplete dials
telephone numbers and reports the event to central
stations and/or to private telephones, as programmed.
• 24 Hour Zone - Audible. - Upon detection, this zone
initiates a siren alarm. The PowerMaxComplete also
dials telephone numbers and reports the event to central
stations and/or to private telephones, as programmed.
APPENDIX E. PowerMaxComplete Compatible Devices
E1. PowerMaxComplete Compatible
Detectors
Each detector compatible with the PowerMaxComplete
system is packed with its own installation instructions.
Read them carefully and install as indicated.
A. PIR Motion Detectors
The wireless passive infrared (PIR) motion detectors used
in the system are of the PowerCode type. The
PowerMaxComplete is capable of “learning” each
detector’s identification code and linking it to a specific
zone (see par. 4.3 in this Guide). Some units are shown
below:
D. Wireless Smoke Detector
MCT-425. A photoelectric smoke
detector
equipped
with
a
PowerCode-type
transmitter.
If
enrolled to a fire zone, it initiates a
fire alarm upon detection of smoke.
E. Glass Break Detector MCT501 An acoustic detector equipped
with a PowerCode-type transmitter.
Since it restores automatically after
detection, this unit does not send a
restoral message to the control
panel.
MCT-425
MCT-501
E2 PowerMaxComplete
Transmitters
®
DISCOVERY
NEXT
MCPIR-3000
K9-80/MCW
or K-940 MCW
K9-85 MCW
®
Note: K-940 MCW, Discovery K9-80/MCW and NEXT
K9-85 MCW are pet immune units.
In addition to its unique 24-bit identification code, each
detector transmits a message, containing status
information:
• The detector is in alarm (or not).
• The detector is being tampered with (or not).
• The battery voltage is low (or normal).
• “This is a supervisory message”.
If any of these detectors detects motion, it sends out a
message to the alarm control panel. If the system is in the
armed state, an alarm will be triggered.
B. Magnetic Contact Transmitter
MCT-302 is a PowerCode magneticcontact transmitter used to detect the
opening of a door or a window. The alarm
contacts are closed as long as the door or
MCT-302
window remains closed.
The unit has an extra alarm input that acts as if it were a
separate wireless transmitter. It sends (or does not send) a
“restored to normal“ message to the alarm system,
depending on the setting of an on-board “DIP” switch. The
“restore” message informs you, through the control panel’s
display, whether the door or window is open or closed.
C. MCT-100 Wireless Adapter for Wired Detectors
MCT-100 is a PowerCode device used
mainly as a wireless adapter for 2 regular
magnetic switches installed on 2 windows in
the same room. It has two inputs, behaving
as separate wireless transmitters with
different PowerCode IDs. Each input sends
(or does not send) a “restored“ message to
the alarm system, depending on the setting
MCT-100
of an on-board “DIP” switch.
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Compatible
The PowerMaxComplete system is compatible with multibutton and single button key-ring and hand-held
transmitters that use PowerCode and CodeSecure coding
methods.
Multi-button PowerCode transmitters transmit the same
code each time the same button is pressed. They can be
used for emergency signaling, for activating the PGM
output. They can not be used for arming / disarming.
CodeSecure transmitters are of the rolling code type - they
transmit a new code each time the same button is pressed.
This provides a higher security level, especially in arming /
disarming applications, because the code can not be
copied (“grabbed”) by unauthorized people.
Following are the basic details of several compatible
transmitters. The possible applications for each pushbutton are indicated in each drawing.
A. MCT-234
‘Keyfob’ transmitter. You
can program the AUX
(auxiliary) button to perform
various
tasks,
in
accordance with the user’s
needs.
Pressing
AWAY
and
HOME together for 2 sec.
initiates
PANIC
alarm.
Pressing AWAY for 2 sec.
initiates Latchkey arming.
B. MCT-231 / 201*
(N.A. in North America)
Single-button pendant units.
The MCT-231 (Code- Secure)
and
the
MCT-201
(PowerCode) can be enrolled
to perform functions as shown.
Both units look alike.
AWAY
DISARM
HOME
AUX
MCT-234
MCT-231 / 201
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C. MCT-134 / 104*
(N.A. in North America)
4-button hand-held units.
MCT-134 (CodeSecure) can
replace the MCT-234 keyfob.
MCT-104 (PowerCode) can
perform emergency and nonalarm functions. Both units
look alike.
D. MCT-132 / 102*
(N.A. in North America) 2button
units.
MCT-132
(CodeSecure) can perform
functions as shown. MCT-102
(PowerCode) can perform
emergency and non-alarm
tasks. Both units look alike.
E. MCT-131 / 101*
(N.A. in North America)
Single-button units. The
MCT-131 (CodeSecure) and
the MCT-101 (PowerCode)
can be enrolled to perform
functions as shown. Both
units look alike.
F. MCT-211*
wrist-worn
Water-proof,
Power-Code
transmitter.
Can be enrolled to perform
emergency or non-alarm
functions.
* Not UL listed.
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E3 PowerMaxComplete Compatible WL
Siren
MCT-134 / 104
MCT-132 / 102
The MCS-700/710 wireless siren can be
integrated with the PowerMaxComplete in
areas in which wiring action is difficult or
impossible. The MCS-700/710 is a fully
supervised, 2-way communication device (it
includes a receiver, to receive activation
commands from the alarm system, and a Wireless
Siren
transmitter to periodically transmit its status
signal to the alarm system).
When an identifiable activation command is received from
the PowerMaxComplete, the siren activates its sounder and
the flash light (strobe light every 1.5 seconds).
E4. PowerMaxComplete Compatible
GSM Modem
The internal / external GSM modem
enables the PowerMaxComplete
system to operate over a cellular
network.
External
GSM
Internal
GSM
E5. Optional Speech Box
MCT-131 / 101
The external Speech Box (optional)
provides the PowerMaxComplete with
two-way voice communication.
Speech Box
MCT-211
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Industry Canada Declaration
This product meets the applicable Industry Canada
technical specifications/Le présent materiel est conforme
aux specifications techniques appliables d’Industrie
Canada.
The Ringer Equivalence Number is an indication of the
maximum number of devices allowed to be connected to a
telephone interface. The termination on an interface may
consist of any combination of devices subject only to the
requirement that the sum of the RENs of all the devices
does not exceed five/L’indice d’équivalence de la sonnerie
(IES) sert à indiquer le nombre maximal de terminaux qui
peuvent être raccordés à une interface téléphonique. La
terminaison d’une interface peut consister en une
combinaison quelconque de dispositifs, à la seule
condition que la somme d’indices d’équivalence de la
sonnerie de tous les dispositifs n’excède pas 5.
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this terminal
equipment is 0.3B.
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WARRANTY
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“Purchaser”) against defective workmanship and materials under normal use of the Product for a period of twelve
(12) months from the date of shipment by the Manufacturer.
This Warranty is absolutely conditional upon the Product having been properly installed, maintained and operated
under conditions of normal use in accordance with the Manufacturers recommended installation and operation
instructions. Products which have become defective for any other reason, according to the Manufacturers discretion,
such as improper installation, failure to follow recommended installation and operational instructions, neglect, willful
damage, misuse or vandalism, accidental damage, alteration or tampering, or repair by anyone other than the
manufacturer, are not covered by this Warranty.
The Manufacturer does not represent that this Product may not be compromised and/or circumvented or that the
Product will prevent any death and/or personal injury and/or damage to property resulting from burglary, robbery, fire
or otherwise, or that the Product will in all cases provide adequate warning or protection. The Product, properly
installed and maintained, only reduces the risk of such events without warning and it is not a guarantee or insurance
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THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, OBLIGATIONS
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However, if the Manufacturer is held liable, whether directly or indirectly, for any loss or damage arising under this
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EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT, which shall be fixed as liquidated damages and not as a
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When accepting the delivery of the Product, the Purchaser agrees to the said conditions of sale and warranty and
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Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so these
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The Manufacturer shall be under no liability whatsoever arising out of the corruption and/or malfunctioning of any
telecommunication or electronic equipment or any programs.
The Manufacturers obligations under this Warranty are limited solely to repair and/or replace at the Manufacturer’s
discretion any Product or part thereof that may prove defective. Any repair and/or replacement shall not extend
the original Warranty period. The Manufacturer shall not be responsible for dismantling and/or reinstallation costs.
To exercise this Warranty the Product must be returned to the Manufacturer freight pre-paid and insured. All
freight and insurance costs are the responsibility of the Purchaser and are not included in this Warranty.
This warranty shall not be modified, varied or extended, and the Manufacturer does not authorize any person to
act on its behalf in the modification, variation or extension of this warranty. This warranty shall apply to the Product
only. All products, accessories or attachments of others used in conjunction with the Product, including batteries,
shall be covered solely by their own warranty, if any. The Manufacturer shall not be liable for any damage or loss
whatsoever, whether directly, indirectly, incidentally, consequentially or otherwise, caused by the malfunction of
the Product due to products, accessories, or attachments of others, including batteries, used in conjunction with
the Products. This Warranty is exclusive to the original Purchaser and is not assignable.
This Warranty is in addition to and does not affect your legal rights. Any provision in this warranty which is contrary
to the Law in the state or country were the Product is supplied shall not apply.
Warning: The user must follow the Manufacturer’s installation and operational instructions including testing the
Product and its whole system at least once a week and to take all necessary precautions for his/her safety and the
protection of his/her property.
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