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Installation Guide
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Table of contents
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Graphics
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2
Safety
8
3
Short Information
10
3.1
Keypad Indicators
10
4
System overview
12
5
Optional Modules and Peripheral Devices
13
5.1
Bosch Option Bus
13
5.2
Keypad
14
5.2.1
General
14
5.2.2
Address Setting
14
5.2.3
Wiring
15
5.2.4
Status Indicator
15
5.3
DX2010
16
5.3.1
General
16
5.3.2
Address Setting
16
5.3.3
Wiring
17
5.3.4
Status Indicator
18
5.4
DX3010
18
5.4.1
General
18
5.4.2
Address Setting
18
5.4.3
Wiring
19
5.4.4
Status Indicator
19
5.5
B426
19
5.5.1
General
19
5.5.2
Address Setting
19
5.5.3
Wiring
20
5.5.4
Status Indicator
20
5.6
B450 with B442
21
5.6.1
General
21
5.6.2
Address Setting
21
5.6.3
Wiring
21
5.6.4
Status Indicator
21
5.7
DX4020-G
22
5.7.1
General
22
5.7.2
Address Setting
22
5.7.3
Wiring
22
5.7.4
Status Indicator
23
5.8
RF Radion Receiver
24
5.8.1
General
24
5.8.2
Address Setting
24
5.8.3
Wiring
24
5.8.4
Status Indicator
24
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Installation
25
6.1
Module Installation
25
6.2
Battery Installation
26
6.3
System Power Up
27
6.4
System Status Indicator
28
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6.5
Certification
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6.5.1
EN 50131-3 Grade 2, Environmental Class 2 - AMAX 2100 / 3000 / 4000
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6.5.2
NFA2P AFNOR / CNPP - AMAX 2100 / 3000 / 4000
29
6.5.3
INCERT - AMAX 4000
30
6.5.4
SFF – AMAX 2100 / 3000 / 4000
30
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Settings
32
7.1
Communication and Reporting
32
7.1.1
Receivers
32
7.1.2
Reports
38
7.1.3
Automatic Test Report
42
7.1.4
Dual IP
42
7.1.5
Remote Access
43
7.1.6
Remote PC
43
7.1.7
Call back and Domestic Call
44
7.1.8
Ring Times
44
7.2
Users and Codes
45
7.2.1
User Code
45
7.2.2
Installer Code
45
7.2.3
Code Length
48
7.2.4
Code Reporting
48
7.2.5
Code Permissions
48
7.2.6
Macro Configuration
49
7.3
Zones
49
7.3.1
Add / Delete Zone
49
7.3.2
Pulse Count Duration
60
7.3.3
Cross Zone Timer
60
7.3.4
Zone Function Settings
60
7.3.5
Zone Indication Keypad and Event Log
64
7.4
Keypads and Areas
65
7.4.1
Keypad Area
65
7.4.2
Area Timing
65
7.4.3
Common Area
65
7.4.4
Keypad Indication
66
7.4.5
Keypad Lockout
66
7.5
System
66
7.5.1
System Setting
66
7.5.2
System View
69
7.5.3
System Factory Default
70
7.6
Outputs and Sirens
71
7.6.1
Outputs
71
7.6.2
Sirens
78
7.7
RF Devices
78
7.7.1
RF Options
78
7.7.2
RF Devices / User
78
7.8
Key Programming
79
8
Configuration
81
8.1
Programming with the Keypad
81
8.1.1
Text Keypad Programming
81
8.1.2
LED/LCD Keypad Programming
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8.2
PC Programming
93
8.2.1
Direct Connection
95
8.2.2
Modem Connection
8.2.3
IP Connection
101
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Address Programming
105
9.1
Communication and Report Programming
105
9.1.1
Receiver Programming
105
9.1.2
Reports Programming
108
9.1.3
Communication Operations Programming
109
9.2
User and Code Programming
112
9.2.1
User Code Programming
112
9.2.2
Installer Code Programming
116
9.2.3
Code Length Programming
116
9.2.4
Code Permission Programming
116
9.2.5
Macro Programming
117
9.3
Zone Programming
118
9.3.1
Add/Delete Zone Programming
118
9.3.2
Zone Function Programming
123
9.3.3
Pulse Count Duration Programming
126
9.3.4
Zone Cross Timer Programming
126
9.4
Keypad and Area Programming
127
9.4.1
Keypad Area Programming
127
9.4.2
Area Timing Programming
127
9.4.3
Common Area Programming
128
9.4.4
Keypad Indication Programming
128
9.4.5
Keypad Lockout Programming
129
9.5
System Programming
129
9.5.1
System Setting Programming
129
9.5.2
System Factory Default Programming
132
9.6
Output and Siren Programming
132
9.6.1
Output Programming
132
9.6.2
Siren Programming
134
9.7
RF Device Programming
134
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Troubleshooting
137
10.1
General Trouble
137
10.2
Trouble Fault Inquiry
140
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Maintenance
153
11.1
Firmware Upgrade with the ICP-EZRU2 Upgrade Key
153
12
Technical Data
154
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AMAX 2100 / 3000 / 4000
Graphics
Figure 1.1: Wiring diagram for AMAX panel 2100 / 3000
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R
G
B
7
Y
_ 900mA
AUX 1: <
_ 900mA
AUX 2: <
TIP
TH
RH RING
R
G
B
Y
AUX1 AUX2 AUX2 AUX1
+12V +12V -
Bosch Option
AUX Power
_ 900mA
Bus 2 <
1=
2=
Keypads:
IUI-AMAX-LED8
IUI-AMAX-LCD8
Bosch Option
_ 900mA
Bus 1 <
Adr. 134
Adr. 134(6) / 250(9)
RF Receiver:
RF3227E
RFRC-OPT
+
Adr. 103 - 108
Adr. 150 - 151
Adr. 253
Communicators:
DX4020G
B426
AC
_
< 2000mA
1=
2=
I/O Moduls:
DX2010
DX3010
DX4010
AC
I∑
IUI-AMAX4-TEXT
IUI-SOL-TEXT
3=
IUI-AMAX3-LED16
4=
IUI-AMAX3-LED8
5-16 Inst. Guide
Transformer
Keypads:
GND
[email protected]
Battery
12V 7Ah
_ 18Ah
12V <
Y
Y
G
G
B
B
R
R
+12V
P0+4
+12V
P0+3
+12V
P0+
COM
P0-2
COM
P0-1
PO+4: _
<
_
PO+3: <
_
PO -2: <
_
PO -1: <
L16
1=
1= (1)
230V ~50Hz
230mA
Fuse 1 A
750mA
750mA
500mA
500mA
supervised
100 Ω - 2,2 k
COM
L15
Factory
Default
L14
Program Key Port
3
COM
1
3
2
L13
Zones
L12
3
COM
♥
Slow flash: Normal state
On: Trouble state
Off: Trouble state
L10
Zones
Wachdog
output
<100mA
_
2
L11
3
COM
2
+
0V
L9
Tamper
PO-5
+12V
L1a
L1b
L2
L3
COM
L4
L5
L6
COM
L7
COM
L8
IUI-AMAX3 +4 Keypad
3
3
Fire
2
Intrusion
3
2
1
2
3
4
Tamper Switch
Zone Switch
EOL 2,2 k
NO + NC
B
G
3
1
Y
COM
2
1
3
Z1
2
R
3
Figure 1.2: Wiring diagram for AMAX panel 4000
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Safety
Danger!
Electricity
Injuries due to electricity are possible if the system is not operated correctly or if the system
is opened or modified not accordingly to this manual.
–
Disconnect all Telecommunication Network Connectors before switching off the power.
–
To switch off the power, make sure to have a circuit breaker available.
–
Make sure that the system is switched off during the installation and wiring process.
–
Only open or modify the system accordingly to this manual.
–
Make sure to connect the system to a socket-outlet with a protective grounding contact.
–
Only qualified installers /service personnel are allowed to install this system.
Danger!
Battery
Injuries due to electric shock, fire or explosion are possible if the battery is handled or
connected incorrectly.
–
–
Always handle the battery carefully and replace it carefully.
Make sure that the grounding terminal is always connected and that N, L1 or
xx are
connected correctly.
–
Make sure to first disconnect the positive wire of the battery when removing it from the
system.
–
Be careful when connecting the positive (red) wire and the "BATT +" port of the system.
Make sure not to short-circuit with the "BATT +" port of the AMAX panel or the housing to
prevent electric arc from occurring.
Danger!
Electrostatic-sensitive components
Injuries due to electric shock are possible if anti-static steps are not followed.
–
Always contact the grounding terminal before installing the system to discharge the
possibly carried static electricity.
Caution!
!
Sensitive components
Damage of sensitive components is possible if the system is not handled carefully or if the
system is opened or modified not accordingly to this manual.
–
Always handle the system carefully.
–
Only open or modify the system accordingly to this manual.
Caution!
!
Battery
Damage or contamination of the system is possible if the battery is not handled correctly or if
the battery is not replaced on a regular basis.
–
Only use a non-spillable battery.
–
Place a label with the last replacement date on the battery.
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Under normal conditions of use, replace the battery every 3-5 years.
–
Recycle the battery after replacement according to local regulations.
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Caution!
!
Installation
Damage or malfunction of the system is possible if the system is not mounted and installed
correctly.
–
Place the system inside the monitored area on a stable surface.
–
Make sure to mount keypads on the inner side of the monitored area.
–
Once the system is tested and ready to use, secure the enclosure door and additional
enclosures with screws.
Caution!
!
Maintenance
Damage or malfunction of the system is possible if it is not maintained on a regular basis.
–
It is recommended to test the system once a week.
–
Make sure to get the system maintained four times a year.
–
Only qualified installers /service personnel are allowed to maintain this system.
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AMAX 2100 / 3000 / 4000
Short Information
Congratulations on selecting the AMAX panel for your installation. Spend some time reading
through this guide and familiarize yourself with the outstanding installation and operation
features of this system so that you can get the most from your unit. In all aspects of planning,
engineering, styling, operation, convenience, and adaptability, we try to anticipate your every
possible requirement. Programming simplicity and speed are our major considerations. We
believe that our objectives have been attained. This installation guide explains all aspects of
programming the AMAX panel from factory default to final commissioning. All system
parameters and options are dealt with in detail, but, adaptability differs with individuals. Each
AMAX panel can be tailored to meet your requirements quickly and easily. The programming
simplicity makes your installation quick, accurate, and rewarding.
This Installation Guide contains detailed and advanced information on the system installation
and programming and the setup of the AMAX panel together with other modules and devices.
For the main steps on how to get the system into operation easily and quickly, please also
refer to the Quick Start Guide. For information on how to operate the system, please refer to
the User Guide.
3.1
Keypad Indicators
The following table shows an overview and a description of the keypad indicator icons.
Keypad Indicator
Status
Definition
on
Zone is triggered.
off
Zone is normal.
Fast flash (0.25 seconds lights on/
Zone was alarmed or is in alarm
0.25 seconds lights off)
status.
Slow flash (1 second lights on/1
Zone is manually bypassed or
second lights off)
interior Zone is in STAY arm mode.
on
System is armed in AWAY mode.
off
System not armed in AWAY mode.
Slow flash (1 second lights on/1
Exit time.
Icons
1 2 3 ….
ZONE (1-8)
AWAY
second lights off)
Fast flash (0.25 seconds lights on/
Programming mode or code
0.25 seconds lights off)
function mode. STAY indicator
flashes simultaneously.
STAY
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System is armed in STAY mode.
off
System not armed in STAY mode.
Slow flash (1 second lights on/1
Exit time.
second lights off)
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Fast flash (0.25 seconds lights on/
Programming mode or code
0.25 seconds lights off)
function mode. AWAY indicator
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flashes simultaneously. When
bypass function is performed, only
the STAY indicator flashes.
MAINS
on
AC main power is normal.
Slow flash (1 second lights on/1
AC main power supply failed.
second lights off)
on
System fault or Tamper condition
is present.
FAULTS
off
System is in normal status.
Flashes
System fault or tamper condition
must be acknowledged.
on
System is disarmed.
The following table shows an overview and a description of the keypad sound icons.
Sound Indicator
Definition
Short beep
A keypad button has been pressed.
Short beep, followed by a one-second
The requested operation is refused. Incorrect
beep
operation signal.
Two short beeps
The system accepted the code. The system executed
the requested function.
One short beep every minute
Fault tone, unacknowledged system failure.
One short beep every two seconds
Exit time started.
Continued sound
–
Last 10 seconds on exit time
–
Keypad fault or tamper sound (fault or tamper
–
Keypad alarm sound
–
Entry delay time (until alarm ends or system is
to be acknowledged)
Continuous 0.5 second beep, stops
for 0.5 seconds
disarmed)
–
Exit delay time (stops 10 seconds before exit
delay stops)
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System overview
Radion
LCD / LED Keypad
Text Keypad
DX2010
AMAX 3000
AMAX 3000
Option Bus
B426
DX4020G
IP
PSTN
A Link Plus
DX3010
GSM/
GPRS
Video
CMS
AMAX 3000
AMAX 2100 / 3000
Figure 4.1: AMAX 2100/3000 Overview
Radion
LCD / LED Keypad
Text Keypad
DX2010
Option Bus
B426
DX4020G
IP
PSTN
A Link Plus
DX3010
GSM/
GPRS
CMS
Video
Figure 4.2: AMAX 4000 Overview
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Optional Modules and Peripheral Devices
5.1
Bosch Option Bus
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The AMAX panel provides BOSCH option bus 1 and option bus 2 (only for AMAX 4000) to
connect modules and devices. Each module can be connected to each bus.
A maximum of 14 modules (8 keypads) can be connected to each bus.
The total length of the cable for the connection of all keypads and expansion modules wired to
one option bus must not exceed 700m. Particular modules require limitation in cable distance,
e.g. the last keypad must be placed within 200m.
The AMAX panel tests the communication with the modules and transmits the communication
failure report in case of failure of communication.
Cable Details:
–
R: AUX 12V +
–
B: 12V –
–
G: Data
–
Y: Data
Notice!
The AMAX panel 2100/3000 provide 12 VDC power supply with a maximum of 500mA for
option bus 1. The AMAX panel 4000 provides a maximum of 900mA for each option bus 1 and
2. When the total current of the bus exceeds the limit, an external power supply is required.
Notice!
When a data bus address is changed, the module needs to be re-powered to enable the new
address.
The following overview displays the maximum number of modules that can be connected.
Module
Keypads
AMAX panel
AMAX panel
2100
3000
4
8
16
3
6
DX2010
DX3010
1
B426 or DX4020
2 / 1 if DX4020G is used
B450 with B442
1
DX4020G
1
DX4010
1
RF receiver
AMAX panel 4000
2
1
Table 5.1: Maximum number of modules
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5.2
Keypad
5.2.1
General
AMAX 2100 / 3000 / 4000
AMAX panel supports five types of keypad as follows:
5.2.2
–
IUI-AMAX4-TEXT (LCD Text Keypad)
–
IUI-SOL-TEXT (LCD Text Keypad)
–
IUI-AMAX3-LED16 (16 Zone LED Keypad)
–
IUI-AMAX3-LED8 (8 Zone LED Keypad)
–
IUI-AMAX-LED8 (8 Zone LED Keypad)
–
IUI-AMAX-LCD8 (8 Zone LCD Keypad)
Address Setting
Address setting for IUI-AMAX4-TEXT, IUI-AMAX3-LED16 and IUI-AMAX3-LED8 Keypads
For IUI-AMAX4-TEXT, IUI-AMAX3-LED16 and IUI-AMAX3-LED8 keypads, the address of the
keypad is programmed with 6-position DIP switch. The address of each keypad is unique.
DIP Switch
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
Keypad Address
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
2
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
3
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
4
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
5**
On
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
6**
Off
On
On
Off
Off
Off
7**
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
8**
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
9*
On
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
10*
Off
On
Off
On
Off
Off
11*
On
On
Off
On
Off
Off
12*
Off
Off
On
On
Off
Off
13*
On
Off
On
On
Off
Off
14*
Off
On
On
On
Off
Off
15*
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
16*
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Table 5.2: Keypad Address Settings
* AMAX4000
** AMAX3000/4000
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Off
Figure 5.1: 6-Position DIP Switch
DIP switches 5 and 6 are not used.
Address setting for IUI-AMAX-LED8 and IUI-AMAX-LCD8 Keypads
IUI-AMAX-LED8 and IUI-AMAX-LCD8 keypads can be set only to address 1 or address 2 through
the address jumper.
Address 1
Jumper not short-circuited
Address 2
Jumper short-circuited (both metal pins are covered)
Table 5.3: Keypad Jumper Settings
5.2.3
Wiring
The following graphic shows how to wire a keypad to the option bus of the AMAX panel. The
last keypad must be placed within a cable distance of 200m.
AMAX 2100 / 3000
R
Y
G
Keypad
B
R
B
G
Y
R
B
G
Y
AMAX 4000
Figure 5.2: Connecting a keypad to the AMAX Panel
Notice!
The maximum number of keypads to be added to one option bus is 8.
5.2.4
Status Indicator
If all indicators of the keypad are flashing, the keypad loses connection to the AMAX panel.
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5.3
DX2010
5.3.1
General
AMAX 2100 / 3000 / 4000
The AMAX panel supports DX2010 input expansion modules. Each expansion module supports
up to 8 zone inputs.
For information on the installation, refer to Module Installation, page 25.
5.3.2
Address Setting
Each DX2010 module connected to the AMAX panel needs its own data bus address.
Data Bus Address
Zones
102***
9 - 16
103**
17 - 24
104**
25 - 32
105*
33 - 40
106*
41 - 48
107*
49 - 56
108*
57 - 64
Table 5.4: DX2010 Address Settings
DIP Switch
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
Data Bus Address
32
16
8
4
2
1
102***
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
103**
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
104**
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
105*
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
106*
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
On
107*
Off
Off
Off
On
On
Off
108*
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
Table 5.5: DX2010 DIP Switch Settings
* AMAX 4000
** AMAX 3000 / 4000
*** AMAX 3000
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Example : Data Bus Location 103 - DIP Settings
Figure 5.3: DX2010 DIP Switch Settings
Notice!
When the data bus address is changed, the module and the panel need to be re-powered to
enable the new address
5.3.3
Wiring
The following table and graphic show how to wire DX2010 to the option bus of the AMAX
panel.
Do not use twisted pair or shielded cables to connect DX2010 to the AMAX panel.
Power Supply
Wire diameter of 0.8mm
Wire diameter of 1.2mm
AMAX panel
30m
76m
AMAX panel (DX2010 out not
305m
610m
305m
610m
used)
External power supply
Table 5.6: Lengths of cable for DX2010
R
Y
G
B
DX2010
DX2010
AMAX 2100 / 3000
TMPR R
B
G
Y
1 COM
TMPR R
B
G
Y
1 COM
R
B
G
_
+
Y
12V
AMAX 4000
Figure 5.4: Connecting DX2010 to the AMAX panel
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5.3.4
AMAX 2100 / 3000 / 4000
Status Indicator
LED Condition
Denotation
On
Trouble Condition:
–
Grounding Conductor is not connected or there is a
communication failure between the module and the AMAX
panel
–
No zones distributed
–
Module address setting error
Stable flash
Normal Operation
Off
Power failure
5.4
DX3010
5.4.1
General
The AMAX panel supports DX3010 output expansion modules. Each module supports 8 fully
programmable relay outputs.
For information on the installation, refer to Module Installation, page 25.
5.4.2
Address Setting
Each DX3010 module connected to the AMAX panel needs its own data bus address.
Data Bus Address
Outputs
150
5-12
151*
13-20
Table 5.7: DX3010 Address Settings
DIP Switch
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
Data Bus Address
1
2
4
8
16
Mode
150
On
On
On
On
On
Off
151*
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
Table 5.8: DX3010 DIP Switch Settings
* AMAX 3000 / 4000
On
Off
Example : Data Bus Location 150 - DIP Settings
Figure 5.5: DX3010 DIP Switch Settings
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Wiring
The following table and graphic show how to wire DX3010 to the option bus of the AMAX
panel.
Power Supply
Wire diameter of 0.8mm
Wire diameter of 1.2mm
AMAX panel
12.2m
24.4m
External power supply
305m
610m
Table 5.9: Lengths of cable for DX3010
AMAX 2100 / 3000
Y
R
G
DX3010
B
R
B
G
DX3010
Y
R
B
G
Y
R
_
+
B
12V
G
Y
AMAX 4000
Figure 5.6: Connecting DX3010 to the AMAX Panel
5.4.4
Status Indicator
None.
5.5
5.5.1
B426
General
AMAX panel supports up to two communication modules:
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ITS-DX4020-G and B426 or
–
B426 and B426
The B426 Ethernet communication module supports monitored two-way IP communication via
Ethernet to perform alarm transmission, remote programming, and control of the AMAX panel.
Installation
1. Disconnect all power supplies of the AMAX panel before installing B426.
2.
Use the standard three-hole installation mode to install B426 in the enclosure of the
AMAX panel or another enclosure. For more information refer to Module Installation, page
25 and to B426 Ethernet Communication Module.
3.
Use network or direct connection to access the built-in web server when reconfiguring
the module or when connecting the module to the AMAX panel with RPS.
5.5.2
Address Setting
Set the rotary switch to 6 which corresponds to option bus address 134 for the first B426.
Set the rotary switch to 9 which corresponds to option bus address 250 for the second B426.
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AMAX 2100 / 3000 / 4000
Wiring
The following graphic shows how to wire B426 to the option bus 1 or 2 of the AMAX panel.
Make sure, that the cable doesn’t exceed 150 meters.
AMAX 2100 / 3000
R
Y
G
B426
B
R
Y
G
B
R
B
G
Y
AMAX 4000
Figure 5.7: Connecting B426 to the AMAX panel
5.5.4
Status Indicator
B426 provides several LED indicators. The following table describes the system status
indicator (blue).
LED Condition
Denotation
On
Trouble Condition
Stable flash
Normal Operation
3 quick flashes
Communication error
Off
Power failure or other failure conditions
Table 5.10: B426 System Status Indicator
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B450 with B442
5.6.1
General
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Use B450 in combination with a plug-in communicator for primary or backup alarm
communication, remote panel programming and other remote applications. The B450 supports
Conettix IP protocol with full authentication, 256 bit AES encryption and resistance to Denial
of Service attacks. It is a reliable way to add cellular network communications to existing or
new commercial security and fire installations.
For the AMAX panel B450 is used in combination with B442, which provides IP communication
over a GSM (GPRS) cellular network.
Installation
1. Disconnect all power supplies of the AMAX panel before installing B450.
2.
Use the standard three-hole installation mode to install B450 in the enclosure of the
AMAX panel or another enclosure. For more information refer to Module Installation, page
25 and to B450 Conettix Plug-in Communicator Interface.
5.6.2
3.
Instert SIM card into B442.
4.
Insert B442 into B50.
P
B442 clicks and the module combination is ready to be wired.
Address Setting
Set the rotary switch to 6 which corresponds to option bus address 134.
5.6.3
Wiring
The following graphic shows how to wire B450 to the option bus of the AMAX panel.
AMAX 2100 / 3000
R
Y
G
B
B450
R / PWR
Y/A
R
G/B
B
B / COM
G
Y
AMAX 4000
Figure 5.8: Wiring of B450 with an AMAX panel
5.6.4
Status Indicator
B450 and B442 provide several LED indicators. The following table describes the heartbeat
LED indicator of B450 and the status LED indicator of B442 (blue).
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LED Condition
Heartbeat LED of B450
Status LED of B442
Denotation
On
Trouble Condition
Stable flash
Normal Operation
3 quick flashes
Communication error
Off
Power failure or other failure conditions
Stable flash
Normal Operation
3 quick flashes
Communication error
Off
Power failure or other failure conditions
Table 5.11: B450 with B442 System Status Indicator
5.7
DX4020-G
5.7.1
General
The Conettix ITS-DX4020-G GPRS communication module allows IP communication via
commercial GPRS network. Transmission of alarm information via GPRS is the default for ITSDX4020-G. SMS or USB mode can be chosen for configuration. Remote programming and
control of the AMAX panel is supported.
Installation
1. Disconnect all power supplies of the AMAX panel before installing ITS-DX4020-G.
2.
Insert SIM card.
3.
Use the standard three-hole installation mode to install the ITS-DX4020-G in the
enclosure of the AMAX panel or another enclosure.
4.
Connect the magnetic antenna to ITS-DX4020-G.
For information on the installation, refer to Module Installation, page 25.
5.7.2
Address Setting
Set bus address to 134.
5.7.3
Wiring
The following graphics show how to wire ITS-DX4020-G to the option bus of the AMAX panel.
Two modes are possible: GPRS and GSM
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Y
R
G
B
DX4020G
R
Y
R
G
B
B
G
Y
AMAX 4000
Figure 5.9: GPRS mode in support of IP
AMAX 2100 / 3000
1RING
1RING
TIP
TIP
R
Y
G
B
DX4020G
PNL
PSTN
BUS
TIP
R
AMAX 4000
TH
Y
RH
G
RING
B
R
B
G
Y
Figure 5.10: GSM mode in support of PSTN (Contact ID)
5.7.4
Status Indicator
Normally, the AMAX panel tests the communication with the module. In case of a
communication failure, a fault report including the module address is sent.
The following table describes the status LED indicator of DX4020-G.
LED Condition
Denotation
On
Normal Condition
Flash
Trouble Condition
Off
Power Failure
Table 5.12: DX4020-G System Status Indicator
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5.8
RF Radion Receiver
5.8.1
General
The RADION receiver OP is a wireless receiver that connects the RADION wireless system
components to the AMAX panel 3000/4000. Features include the following:
–
Cover and wall tamper protection
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RFID and configuration data contained in persistent memory
–
Detection and reporting of radio frequency interference
–
Support of two types of device enrollment
Installation
1. Disconnect all power supplies of the AMAX panel before installing B450.
2.
Mount the receiver onto a wall in a location accessible for future maintenance using the
provided anchors and screws. For best reception, place the receiver in a central location
among the transmitters. In situations where there is a large distance between the
transmitter and receiver, it might be necessary to install receivers for optimum results.
5.8.2
Address Setting
Set the rotary switch to 1. The AMAX panel supports only one receiver.
5.8.3
5.8.4
Wiring
1.
Connect the RADION receiver to the option bus.
2.
Make sure that the cable distance to the AMAX panel doesn’t exceed 300 meters.
Status Indicator
The following table describes the system status indicator of the RFRC-OPT Radion receiver.
LED Condition
Denotation
On
Normal operation
Stable flash
Receiver is being programmed with the zone and transmitter IDs
from the AMAX panel.
Turns off momentarily
Receiver has obtained a valid transmission from a RADION
transmitter.
3 quick flashes
Communication error and/or self-test failure
Causes:
–
A communication failure between the AMAX panel and the
receiver or
–
Off
An invalid address switch setting
Power failure or wiring failure
Table 5.13: RFRC-OPT Radion Receiver System Status Indicator
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This chapter describes the installation and the system power up of the AMAX panel.
Danger!
Electricity
Injuries due to electricity are possible if the system is not operated correctly or if the system
is opened or modified not accordingly to this manual.
–
Disconnect all Telecommunication Network Connectors before switching off the power.
–
To switch off the power, make sure to have a circuit breaker available.
–
Make sure that the system is switched off during the installation and wiring process.
–
Only open or modify the system accordingly to this manual.
–
Make sure to connect the system to a socket-outlet with a protective grounding contact.
–
Only qualified installers /service personnel are allowed to install this system.
Caution!
!
Installation
Damage or malfunction of the system is possible if the system is not mounted and installed
correctly.
–
Place the system inside the monitored area on a stable surface.
–
Make sure to mount keypads on the inner side of the monitored area.
–
Once the system is tested and ready to use, secure the enclosure door and additional
enclosures with screws.
For the main steps on how to get the system into operation easily and quickly, please also
refer to the Quick Start Guide.
6.1
Module Installation
The enclosure contains only PCBs and transformers of the fixed AMAX panel for installation,
no other hardware.
1.
Open the knockout holes for wiring in the module.
2.
Position two upper mounting holes on the installation wall with the module.
3.
Pre-install screws on the mounting holes (provided by the installer).
4.
Mount the screws on the module.
5.
Fasten the screws.
6.
Fix the two lower mounting holes with screws.
Notice!
Make sure to choose a appropriate positioning screw kit when you install the system in a nonload bearing wall.
Expansion modules can be placed in the enclosure of the AMAX panel. Several places are
available. Figure 6.1. and figure 6.2 show the standard enclosure installation and the
enclosure installation with a mounting plate.
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TIP
L1a
TH
L2
RH RING
L1b
2
L3
COM
R
L4
G
COM
TH
Y
L6
L7
L8
COM
COM
L3
AUX1 AUX2 AUX2 AUX1
+12V +12V -
L2
RH RING
L1b
R
L4
B
L5
♥
2
B
♥
L5
TIP
L1a
1
G
COM
Y
-
AC
GND
Y
+
AC
R
B
G
P0+
P0+3
P0+4
L15
L16
P0-1
COM
P0-2
L12
L13
L14
COM
L9
L10
L11
COM
L7
AUX1 AUX2 AUX2 AUX1
+12V +12V -
COM
L6
COM
L8
-
AC
AC
GND
Y
+
G
B
R
P0+
P0-2
P0+3
P0+4
P0-1
L15
L14
L16
COM
L12
L13
COM
COM
L9
L10
L11
COM
Enclosure - Standard
4
EN √
3
EN √
1
Enclosure with mounting plate
Figure 6.1: Enclosure Standard / Enclosure with mounting plate
♥
1RING 1RING TIP
1
TIP
EN √
L8
L7
L6
COM
COM
L3
L5
L2
L4
COM
COM
A
L1
B
COM
G
B
12V
Y
R
PWR
GND
-
P0-1
P0-2
+
P0+
AC
AC
Figure 6.2: Enclosure Standard / Enclosure with mounting plate
6.2
Battery Installation
The AMAX Panel supports one sealed lead-acid rechargeable battery. After the battery is fully
charged, it can be used as backup power supply to support the system.
For further information refer to Technical Data, page 154.
Danger!
Battery
Injuries due to electric shock, fire or explosion are possible if the battery is handled or
connected incorrectly.
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Make sure that the grounding terminal is always connected and that N, L1 or
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xx are
connected correctly.
–
Make sure to first disconnect the positive wire of the battery when removing it from the
system.
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Be careful when connecting the positive (red) wire and the "BATT +" port of the system.
Make sure not to short-circuit with the "BATT +" port of the AMAX panel or the housing to
prevent electric arc from occurring.
Caution!
!
Battery
Damage or contamination of the system is possible if the battery is not handled correctly or if
the battery is not replaced on a regular basis.
–
Only use a non-spillable battery.
–
Place a label with the last replacement date on the battery.
–
Under normal conditions of use, replace the battery every 3-5 years.
–
Recycle the battery after replacement according to local regulations.
How to mount the battery
1. Place the battery on the bottom of the enclosure.
2.
Position the red and black wires.
3.
Connect one end of the black wire to the "BATT -" port of the AMAX panel, and the other
end to the negative (-) pole of the battery.
4.
Connect one end of the red wire to the "BATT +" port of the AMAX panel, the other end to
the positive (+) pole of the battery.
Once the installation is complete, the AMAX panel will begin to charge the battery.
P
AMAX 2100 / 3000
BATTERY_
+
AMAX 4000
+
BATT _
_
+
Battery
Figure 6.3: Connection of the battery for AMAX panel 2100/3000 and AMAX panel 4000
6.3
System Power Up
1.
Power up the AMAX panel.
The language setting menu is displayed.
2.
Set the date and time. Otherwise, the system prompts as fault.
P
After the AMAX panel is powered up or reset, it resets to previous arming / disarming
status.
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To reduce false alarms caused by system power up (or by power supply restoration after both
mains supply and AUX power supply fail), the AMAX panel is does not perform zone tests
within one minute after the system power up.
6.4
System Status Indicator
The AMAX panel indicates the system status by using the LED status indicator on the system
main board.
Slow flash of red on status indicator (repeating on and off with an interval of one second)
indicates a normal system operation.
6.5
Certification
Prerequisites for Certification Conform Installation
The AMAX panel is certified. To realize a usage of the system conformable to the certification
described in this chapter, the following prerequisites have to be fulfilled:
–
Use one of the following possibilities for devices:
–
Two supervised warning devices (PO-1 PO-2 & PO+) and one ATS 2 communicator
–
One self powered warning device and one ATS 2 communicator (onboard dialer,
(onboard dialer, B426, D4020 or DX4020G)
B426, D4020 or DX4020G)
–
Two communicators, one ATS 2 (onboard dialer, B426, D4020 or DX4020G) and one
ATS 1 (onboard dialer, B426, D4020 or DX4020G)
–
One ATS 3 communicator (DX4020 or B426)
–
Connect all communicators to a central monitoring station.
–
Only use the onboard dialer and the option bus communicator for alarm transmission.
–
Connect one 12V / 7AH or one 12V / 18Ah battery to the system.
–
Ensure the maximum current for all components with a 7Ah Battery to be 550mA.
–
Ensure the maximum current for all components with a 18Ah Battery to be 1500mA
(standby 12h, recharge battery 80% in 72h) (PCB =l 00mA, IUI-AMAX Keypads = 31mA,
DX2010 = 35mA, DX3010 = 10mA, B426 = 100mA, DX4020G = 65mA, RF3227E = 30mA,
RFRC-OPT = 30mA).
–
Make sure to have an indication of the arm / disarm status accessible from outside the
monitored area (this indication can be time limited).
–
Use one of the following methods for the access to the monitored area:
–
Starting the entry procedure by opening a door
–
Indicating the arm / disarm status
–
Preventing the access to the monitored area (e.g. mechanical door strike)
–
Only use the enclosure lock only in non EN setup.
–
Only use the telephone arming in non EN setup.
–
Only mount additional modules (except input module DX2010) inside the enclosure.
–
Install the tamper skirt on the PCB of the input module DX2010, if the input module
DX2010 is mounted on the external enclosure (AE20).
–
Program the system with the EN settings indicated on the programming sheet.
–
Remove the EN indication (on label) if the system is set without EN parameters.
–
Connect no more than 10 devices to one zone input (Panel, Keypad, Input Module, RFUN,
…)
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EN 50131-3 Grade 2, Environmental Class 2 - AMAX 2100 / 3000 / 4000
Certification Body:
VDS Schadenverhütung
Amsterdamer Str. 172
50735 Köln
Website: www.vds.de
The panel complies with the following standards:
EN 50131-3
EN 50131-6
EN 50136-2-1
EN 50136-2-3
6.5.2
NFA2P AFNOR / CNPP - AMAX 2100 / 3000 / 4000
Certification Body:
AFNOR Certification
11, rue Francis de Pressensé
93571 LA PLAINE Saint Denis Cedex
Tel: + 33 (0) 1 41 62 80 00
Fax: + 33 (0) 1 49 17 90 00
Website: www.afnor.org, www.marquenf.com
E-mail: [email protected]
Certification Body:
CNPP – Certification Department – CNPP Cert.
Route de la Chapelle Réanville
CS 22265
27950 SAINT MARCEL
Tel: + 33 (0) 2 32 53 63 63
Fax: +33 (0) 2 32 53 64 46
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E-mail: [email protected]
The panel complies with the following standards:
RTC 50131-3 NF3248H58-2011 V1
RTC 50131-6 NF3248H58-2011 V1
Reference:
NF324 H58 2.5
Option 3: Grade 2 (European EN standards) + RTC
Certification Number:
1223400001A0
AMAX 4000
xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
AMAX 3000
xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
AMAX 2100
Prerequisites for an NFa2p conform installation:
When an NFa2p conform installation is made, the environmental class of the panel is “1”
6.5.3
6.5.4
INCERT - AMAX 4000
SFF – AMAX 2100 / 3000 / 4000
Certification Body:
VDS Schadenverhütung
Amsterdamer Str. 172
50735 Köln
Website: www.vds.de
Certification Body:
SSF Stöldskyddsföreningen
Tegeluddsvägen 100
115 87 Stockholm
Website: www.stoldskyddsfpreningen.se
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The panel complies with the following standards:
SSF 1014 Edition 4 Alarm class 1
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AMAX 2100 / 3000 / 4000
Settings
This chapter describes the settings of the AMAX panel in the same order as they appear in the
menu structure of the text keypad. For an overview of the menu structure, refer to Text Keypad
Programming, page 81.
The settings can be configured either via a text keypad or via the PC software A-Link Plus.
For information on how to configure the settings via a text keypad and how to navigate a text
keypad, refer to Text Keypad Programming, page 81.
For information on how to connect the AMAX panel to a PC, refer to PC Programming, page
93.
7.1
Communication and Reporting
This section outlines the programming information required for the AMAX panel when
communicating with a base station receiver. These parameters specify the telephone
numbers/IP address to be called, transmission formats, and internet communication options.
7.1.1
Receivers
Receiver Telephone number / IP Address and Port
The AMAX panel can report event information from four on-board dialers. The dialers report to
receiver 1 to receiver 4 by programming. You can program each dialer with 4 separate
telephone numbers/IP addresses and ports, reporting format type and subscriber ID number,
and internet communication options if necessary.
Example
You can set up dialer 1 to report to receiver 1 in Bosch Network (Conettix) format and set up
dialer 2, dialer 3, and dialer 4 to report to a receiver of a central monitoring station in Contact
ID format only, if dialer 1 is unsuccessful.
How to program a telephone number:
Each address in the telephone numbers stores one digit of the telephone number.
Insert “15” at the end of a telephone number to indicate to the dialer that the end of the
telephone number is reached. The dialing sequence is terminated when “15” appears.
Example
1. To program the telephone number “9672 1055” as the telephone number for receiver 1,
program the following sequence into address 000 - 016:
[9 6 7 2 1 0 5 5 15 x x x x x x x x] (x stands for any digit)
2.
To enter a 4-sec pause in the dialing sequence, insert “13”.
A pause might be necessary when the dialer communicates through an old (slower) telephone
exchange or when a PABX system is in place.
Example
4 To program the number “02 pause 9672 1055”, enter:
[0 2 13 9 6 7 2 1 0 5 5 15 x x x x x]
The following table shows how to program the numbers, keys, and functions for a telephone
number.
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Digit Required
Number to Program
Digit Required
Number to Program
0
0
8
8
1
1
9
9
2
2
*
11
3
3
#
12
4
4
4 sec pause
13
5
5
Terminal
15
6
6
7
7
Table 7.1: Dialing Digits
How to program an IP address and port:
1. Use no punctuation in the IP address.
2.
If any unit of the IP address has less than 3 digits, use 0 to fulfill the data in the higher
bits.
3.
The remaining 5 digits program the port. Port number ranges from 0-65535.
4.
If a port number has less than 5 digits, use 0 to fulfill the data.
Example
4 To program the IP Address “10.16.1.222:80” as the IP address of receiver 1, enter the
following sequence into address 000 – 016:
[0 1 0 0 1 6 0 0 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 8 0]
Notice!
Programming option anti-replay, acknowledge wait time, and pulse interval time are only used
in Conettix IP.
Telephone number for Receiver 1 - 4/IP Address and Port
When the corresponding data format for above programming address is a network
communication format, it is explained as an IP address, and port. For a non network format, it
is explained as a telephone number.
The AMAX panel contacts the telephone number / IP Address of the central monitoring station
in order to transmit a report. If the contact is successful, the relevant information is
transmitted, and the communicator returns to standby mode.
Contact your monitoring station for the correct telephone number / IP address before you
program these addresses.
Receiver Subscriber ID Number
Receiver 1 - 4 Subscriber ID Number
The subscriber ID number is transmitted to identify the calling AMAX panel. Only digits from 0
to 9. SIA DC09 supports letters from A to F.
1.
Enter the subscriber ID number in the six addresses provided for each destination.
2.
If a subscriber ID number has less than 6 digits, use 0 to full fill the data in the higher
bits.
Example
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Receiver Transmission Format (Contact ID, SIA, Conettix IP)
Receiver 1 - 4 Transmission Format
The AMAX panel provides four kinds of transmission formats, Contact ID, SIA, SIA DC09 and
Conettix IP format for its dialing and communication features. You can select the transmission
format with address options to specify how to transmit the information to the base station
receiver. If Contact ID or SIA format is selected, the information is transmitted by telephone
line; if Conettix IP format is selected, then it is connected with B426 / DX4020 or ITSDX4020G GPRS. The default setting for the transmission format is Contact ID.
4
Program the transmission format for receiver 1, 2, 3, and 4 separately in address 023,
address 053, address 083, and address 113.
Contact ID Format
The Contact ID format can identify hundreds of zones by their unique codes. This format
provides a single-digit eent qualifier and a three-digit event code that quickly identifies the
reported condition.
In general, Contact ID format is very simple because most of the event codes and point ID
codes are predefined. The central monitoring station software usually can identify an alarmed
zone by its point ID code and usually pays little attention to the event code.
–
Contact ID Message Format
–
ACCT MT Q EEE GG CCC S
–
ACCT = Subscriber ID
–
MT = Message type, H
–
Q = Event qualifier
–
1= New event or opening
–
3= New restore or closing
–
6= Previously reported off-normal event
–
EEE = Event code
–
GG = Group number (always 0)
–
CCC = Zone/ contact ID, 000 is for no zone / ID message
–
S = Checksum digit
Note: Any 0 values must be sent as an 0x0A.
Contact ID Report Data.
SIA Format
The AMAX panel supports the following SIA formats:
SIA DC 03
SIA DC 09
SIA allows transmitting system ID, event code, zone ID, area ID, event time, and also event
text.
Conettix IP Format
The AMAX panel supports Conettix IP format. An AMAX panel with DX4020G and B426 is able
to connect to Bosch Receivers 6600/6100 using the Conettix IP format.
Event Description
CID
SIA
SYSTEM RESET
ALL
KP
Dialer
EN
Event
Recall
Event
Event
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BURG ALARM
1130
BA
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BURG ALARM RESTORE
3130
BR
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BURG 24-HOUR
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BA
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SIA
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ALL
KP
Dialer
EN
Event
Recall
Event
Event
BURG 24-HOUR RESTORE
3133
BH
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SENSOR FAULT
1380
BT
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SENSOR FAULT RESTORE
3380
BJ
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SENSOR BYPASS
1570
BB
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SENSOR BYPASS RESTORE
3570
BU
√
SENSOR TAMPER
1144
TT
√
SENSOR TAMPER RESTORE
3144
TJ
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ARM AWAY
3401
CL
DISARM AWAY
1401
ARM STAY
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OP
√
√
√
3441
CL
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√
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DISARM STAY
1441
OP
√
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KEYPAD PANIC
1120
PA
√
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KEYPAD FIRE
1110
FA
√
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KEYPAD EMERGENCY
1100
QA
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DURESS
1121
HA
√
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KEYPAD TOOMUCH RETRY
1421
JA
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BATTERY LOW
1309
YT
√
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BATTERY RESTORE
3309
YR
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AC FAIL
1301
AT
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AC RESTORE
3301
AR
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AUX POWER
1300
IA
√
AUX POWER RESTORE
3300
IR
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COMM TEST
1602
RP
CONFIG CHANGED
1306
YG
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COMM FAIL
1350
YC
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COMM RESTORE
3350
YK
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EXTERNAL MODULE FAULT
1333
EM
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EXTERNAL MODULE RESTORE
3333
EN
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EXTERNAL MODULE TAMPER
1341
ES
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EXTERNAL MODULE TAMPER RESTORE
3341
EJ
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DATE TIME SET
1625
JT
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JV
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Event Description
CID
SIA
ALL
KP
Dialer
EN
Event
Recall
Event
Event
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ENTER PROGRAM MODE
LB
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EXIT PROGRAM MODE
LX
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PHONE LINE FAIL
1351
LT
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PHONE LINE RESTORE
3351
LR
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PANIC 24-HOUR
1120
PA
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PANIC 24-HOUR RESTORE
3120
PH
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FIRE 24-HOUR
1110
FA
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FIRE 24-HOUR RESTORE
3110
FH
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OUTPUT FAULT
1320
YA
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OUTPUT RESTORE
3320
YA
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DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME +1h
1625
JT
√
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DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME -1h
1625
JT
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FAULT OVERRIDE
√
√
√
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√
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PANEL ACCESS
1422
SOFTWARE UPDATE
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JP
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YZ
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RB
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REMOTELINK SUCCESS
1412
CLOCK FAIL
1626
TAMPERZONE TAMPER
1137
TA
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TAMPERZONE TAMPER RESTORE
3137
TH
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ZONE EXT FAULT
1150
UA
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ZONE EXT FAULT RESTORE
3150
UR
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DELAY EXIT
1134
BA
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DELAY EXIT RESTORE
3134
BR
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BURG ALARM VERIFIED
1139
BV
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BURG ALARM UNVERIFIED
1130
BG
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IP MODULE FAULT
1333
EM
IP MODULE RESTORE
3333
PRINTER MISSING
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EN
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1336
VZ
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PRINTER MISSING RESTORE
3336
VY
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PRINTER ERROR
1335
VT
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PRINTER ERROR RESTORE
3335
VR
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PRINTER MODULE MISSING
1333
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CID
SIA
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ALL
KP
Dialer
EN
Event
Recall
Event
Event
PRINTER MODULE MISSING RESTORE
3333
EN
√
RF RECEIVER MISSING
1333
EM
√
RF RECEIVER MISSING RESTORE
3333
EN
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RF RECEIVER TAMPER
1341
ES
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RF RECEIVER TAMPER RESTORE
3341
EJ
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RF RECEIVER FAULT
1333
ET
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RF RECEIVER FAULT RESTORE
3333
ER
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RF RECEIVER JAM
1344
XQ
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RF RECEIVER JAM RESTORE
3344
XH
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RF RECEIVER CONFIGURATION CONFLICT
√
RF RECEIVER CONFIGURATION CONFLICT
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RESTORE
RF POINT MISSING
1381
UY
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RF POINT MISSING RESTORE
3381
UJ
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RF POINT BATTERY FAULT
1384
XT
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RF POINT BATTERY FAULT RESTORE
3384
XR
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RF POINT FAULT
1380
BT
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RF POINT FAULT RESTORE
3380
BJ
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RF REPEATER MISSING
1150
UZ
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RF REPEATER MISSING RESTORE
3150
UH
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RF REPEATER BATTERY FAULT
1384
XT
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RF REPEATER BATTERY FAULT RESTORE
3384
XR
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RF REPEATER TAMPER
1383
TA
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RF REPEATER TAMPER RESTORE
3383
TH
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RF REPEATER AC FAULT
1334
YP
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RF REPEATER AC FAULT RESTORE
3334
YR
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RF KEYFOB BATTERY FAULT
1384
XT
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RF KEYFOB BATTERY FAULT RESTORE
3384
XR
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RF KEYFOB PANIC ALARM
1120
PA
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RF KEYFOB SILENT ALARM
1122
HA
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RF CHANGE KEYFOB
√
FIRE UNVERIFIED
1378
FG
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Receiver Network Programming Options
When the AMAX panel transmits a report via a network, the following options should be
programmed other than the IP address and port.
Anti Reply
Anti replay prevents unauthorized messages from being sent to the Central Monitoring Station
and being recognized as originating from the AMAX panel.
4
Contact your central monitoring station for the correct setting.
Acknowledge Wait Time
When no callback from the receiver after the acknowledge time is reached, the AMAX panel
takes it as an unsuccessful communication and makes another attempt. The time ranges from
5 to 99 sec.
4
Contact your central monitoring station for the correct setting.
Network Polling Time
The polling is used for both panel and remote receiver to know whether the network
connection is good or not. Each time when polling is due, the AMAX panel will send a polling
message. The polling time ranges from 1 to 999 minutes.
7.1.2
1.
For time less than 3 digits, use 0 to fulfill.
2.
Contact your central monitoring station for the correct setting.
Reports
System Reporting
Report Transmission Sequence
If the event has disabled the report (option 0), no report is sent out. If the report has any
destination to contact the panel (option 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7), It will call the related destination
by related reporting format type and subscriber ID Number.
Attempt rules:
1.
Attempt times and duration
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Within the report expiring time the AMAX panel will retry sending the report to each
enabled destination till the report has been sent to the destination, or till the report
buffer overflows and the old report is replaced by new incoming reports.
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For each enabled destination, the retry interval time between two retries is 15
seconds for the 1st retry to 4th retry, and the retry interval time between two retries
is 10 minutes for the 5th retry to 8th retry, after the 8th retry the retry interval time
between two retries is 60 minutes.
2.
Attempt Priority
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The attempt priority is destination 1, 2, 3, 4 Domestic. The disabled destinations will
be ignored.
3.
Communication Fail Fault
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If the attempt times for one destination reaches 4, the system will cause the
communication fail fault for this destination.
4.
Backup Destination Process
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The AMAX panel can save up to a maximum of 50 un-reported events. If the unreported events are more than 50, it will delete earlier event and only save the last
50 events in the buffer to send out.
Sequential Logic to Send Report
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If the event reporting path is set to a single path (receiver 1, 2, 3, or 4), the AMAX panel
will send reports to corresponding paths
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If the event reporting path is set to all paths (receiver 1, 2, 3, 4) and any one of these
paths fails, the communication path will fail
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If the event reporting path is set to sending report to receiver 1, with receiver 2, 3, 4 as
backup, the AMAX panel will send report to receiver 1 first. Only if send report to receiver
1 fails,the AMAX panel attempts to send report to 2, 3 and 4 in succession.
Communication path fault will occur when all valid paths fail. Communication path fault
will recover when any one of the paths recovers
Display of faults
When multiple reports are queued for delivery, the communication path fault is displayed as a
logic or relationship. Example:
Set zone status recovery report to send report to receiver 1. Set keypad emergency report to
send report to receiver 1, with receiver 2, 3, and 4 as backup.
Communication path fault is as follows: When communication paths 1, 2, 3, and 4 all fail, only
the illumination of zone indicator 1 expresses that communication path 1 of the zone status
recovery report fails and the all communication paths 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the keypad emergency
report fail as well.
Communication path fault recovery is as follows:
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When communication path 1 fault recovers, zone indicator 1 goes off, indicating that the
communication path 1 fault of the zone status recovery report recovers and the
communication part 1 fault of the keypad emergency report recovers
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When any one path fault of communication paths 2, 3, and 4 recover, as the
communication path fault is displayed as a logic or relationship, zone indicator 1 still
illuminates, indicating that the communication path 1 fault of the zone status recovery
report has not be recovered, but the path fault of the keypad emergency report has been
recovered
Zone Status Reporting and Zone Recovery Reporting
Alarm Report
In arming status, in case of alarm event, the alarm report will be sent.
Alarm Recovery Report
In arming status, when a zone is restored, a zone recovery report is sent either if the lock-out
option for the zone is disabled or if the lock-out option for the zone is enabled and the alarm
output time has ended.
If the non-24-hour zone is not recovered in disarming, the system will automatically send a
zone recovery report. The 24-hour zone sends the recovery report only when the zone
recovers.
Zone Fault Report
If the zone is triggered at the end of exit delay, a zone fault report will be sent, indicating that
the zone is automatically bypassed by the system. At the end of exit delay time, the 24-hour
zone in triggering status will not send the fault report, i.e. the 24-hour zone will not be
automatically bypassed.
The non 24-hour zone fault recovery report will be sent when the zone recovers or the system
disarms. For the 24-hour zone, only the alarm recovery event will occur.
The zone fault occurs when the zone is triggered and recovers when the zone is normal. Zone
fault will occur when one of the following conditions is met:
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For 24-hour zone, (internal) instant zone, if the forced arming option is set to allow, the
zone fault event will occur when the arming operation is executed while the zone is in
triggering status
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When the zone is locked
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For (internal) delay and (internal) follow zone, if they are still in triggering status at the
end of exit delay, zone fault event will occur
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For 24-hour zone, if it is in triggering status when the bypass is cancelled, zone fault
event will occur
Fault recovery conditions:
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Zone resumes to normal conditions
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When the failed (internal) delay zone, (internal) instant zone and (internal) follow zone
are disarmed, the fault recovery event will occur even if the zone is still in triggering
status
Zone Bypass Report
After a manual zone bypass operation is executed, the zone is bypassed and a relevant zone
bypass report is sent. The zone bypass report will be sent at the end of exit delay time.
The zone bypass will be recovered when the system is disarmed and the zone bypass recovery
report will also be sent while disarming.
Zone Tamper Alarm
In case of zone tamper event, the tamper report will be sent. When zone tamper recovers, the
system status report will be sent.
Arming / Disarming Reporting (System)
The system disarming report is sent at the disarming command and the system arming report
is sent when the arming succeeds.
Duress Report
The duress report is sent at the disarming command. The duress report will not be sent in the
operation of arming, but sent with ordinary disarming report. The duress report has no
corresponding alarm recovery report.
Key Switch Arming
Sends system arming report when the transient key switch or locking key switch is used to
arm areas.
Quick Arming
Sends system arming report when the keypad is used for quick arming.
Telephone Arming
Sends system arming report when the telephone is used for arming of the panel.
Telephone arming is only available when there is Area 1 and 1 Area alternatively in the system.
RPC Arming
Sends system arming report when the remote PC is used to arm areas through network or
telephone connection.
Arming / Disarming Reporting (Perimeter)
The perimeter disarming report is sent at the disarming command and the perimeter arming
report is sent when the arming succeeds.
Quick Arming
Sends perimeter arming report when the keypad is used for quick arming.
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Sends perimeter arming report when the remote PC is used to arm areas through network or
telephone connection.
System Status Reporting
External Module Fault Report
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System tamper report: In case of case tamper event, the system tamper report will be
sent. When case tamper recovers, a tamper recovery report will be sent
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Zone Expansion Module Fault: When zone expansion module 1 – 6 fails, the report will be
sent. After the fault is recovered, the recovery report will be sent
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Output Expansion Module Fault: When output expansion module 1 or 2 fails, the report
will be sent. After the fault is recovered, the recovery report will be sent
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Network Module Fault: When network module 1 or 2 fails, the report will be sent. After
the fault is recovered, the recovery report will be sent
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Keypad Fault: When fault occurs between the keypad and the AMAX panel, the report will
be sent. After the fault is recovered, the recovery report will be sent
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Zone Expansion Module Tamper: When tamper occurs in the zone expansion module, the
tamper report will be sent. After the tamper recovers, a tamper recovery report will be
sent
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Keypad Tamper: When tamper occurs in any keypads, the tamper report will be sent.
After the tamper recovers, a tamper recovery report will be sent
Auxiliary Power Fault Report
When the system detects auxiliary power fault, the report will be sent.
Auxiliary Power Fault Restore Report
When the system detects auxiliary power fault recovery, the report will be sent.
AC Power Fault Report
When the system detects disconnection of AC power and after the AC fault delay time has
ended, the report will be sent.
AC Power Fault Recovery Report
When the system detects a recovery of the AC power that lasts longer than the AC power
delay report time, the report will be sent.
Battery Low Voltage Fault Report
When the battery voltage is lower than 11.0V or battery low voltage is detected in the dynamic
battery test, the AMAX panel will send the battery low voltage report.
The system continuously monitors the battery voltage and will perform a dynamic battery test
each time the system is armed, when the system is reset or in every battery check interval.
Battery Low Voltage Fault Recovery Report
When the battery voltage is lower than 12.0V or recovery to normal voltage is detected in the
dynamic battery test, the battery low voltage fault recovery report will be sent.
Times of Wrong Code Entry Exceeding Limit
When the times of entering wrong code reaches a specific value, an access denial report will
be generated and alarm will be made.
This function is used to prevent unwanted users from accessing the system. When the number
of incorrectly entered codes reaches a specific value, the AMAX panel will execute following
actions:
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Activate alarm siren and other alarm outputs
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Lock the keypad in which the incorrect codes have been entered for 3 minutes
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Send an access denial report
On-board Output 1 – 2 Fault
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When on-board output 1 or 2 fails, the report will be sent. When the on-board output resumes
to normal conditions, the programmable output fault recovery report will be sent.
Communication Path 1 - 4 Fault
When any communication path fails, the report will be sent. When communication resumes to
normal conditions, the communication fault recovery report will be sent.
Changing Programming Parameters
When the programming parameters are changed and take effect, the report will be sent.
Keypad Emergency Alarm Reporting
If you press and hold both 1 and 3 for 3 seconds, or press and hold both [#] and [*] for 3
seconds, the emergency alarm report will be sent.
The emergency alarm report has no corresponding alarm recovery report.
Keypad Fire Alarm Reporting
If you press and hold both 4 and 6 for 3 seconds, the fire alarm report will be sent.
The fire alarm report has no corresponding alarm recovery report.
Keypad Medical Aid Reporting
If you press and hold both 7 and 9 for 3 seconds, the medical aid alarm report will be sent.
The medical aid alarm report has no corresponding alarm recovery report.
Automatic Test Reporting
The system supports sending automatic test report.
For more information about test report time programming, refer to Reports Programming, page
108.
Report Expiry Time
If the report expiry time expires and the report path has not been connected to, the report will
be lost and not be sent. It can be maintained for 1 to 255 minutes. The system is defaulted to
000, indicating that the report has been tried to send without limit in expiry time.
Report Delay Entry Time
This option defines the delay time until a report is send when an alarm occurs during entry
time. The possible value range is 00-99 seconds. If 00 is selected and an alarm occurs during
entry time, a report is send immediately after the entry time ends.
7.1.3
Automatic Test Report
There are two types of automatic test reports, periodic and regular daily reports.
Periodic automatic test reports are sent every hour specified in the test report interval. If 0 is
selected, the periodic test report is disabled.
Regular daily automatic test reports are sent at the same time every day. This option is only
possible if the date and time of the system is set correctly.
7.1.4
Dual IP
Dual IP Settings are valid only when used with Conettix IP communication format. IP module 1
is ITS-DX4020-G module or B426 module; IP module 2 is B426 module. IP module 2 does not
support RPC connection.
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When the report is transmitted with Conettix IP Communication, some reports might be
missed. It is recommended not to separately use the ITS-DX4020-G module. If the ITS-DX4020G module is used, other network modules (e.g. B426) or the public telephone network can be
set as backup channel to ensure that no reports are missed.
The communication path of B426 / ITS-DX4020-G is as follows:
Module
Address Setting
Corresponding
Communication Path
Module 1: B426 module 1 / ITS-
134
Paths 1 and 2
250
Paths 3 and 4
DX4020-G
Module 2: B426 module 2
Only when IP module 1 is used and set to paths 1 to 4, the report can be sent to those paths.
7.1.5
Remote Access
The AMAX panel supports remote programming via USB, telephone, or IP network using the
software A-Link Plus. The following option can be performed:
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Setting the date and time
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Uploading / downloading programming parameters
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Remote arming / disarming of each area
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Enabling / disabling the alarm siren of each area
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Enabling / disabling each output
Remote Access Armed
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This option enables / disables the remote access for the function alarm.
Remote programming
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This option enables / disables the remote access for programming. If this function is
disabled, the system can not be programmed via an IP network anymore.
7.1.6
Remote PC
IP Address
RPC IP address is a fixed IP address for remote programming software.
Port Number
RPC port number is the port number for remote programming.
DHCP Update / RPC poll Time Interval
DHCP update / RPC poll time is the interval at which AMAX panel connects to the RPC
(Remote Programming PC).
The AMAX panel send UDP data packets to the RPC according to the DHCP Update Time
Interval setting (0=disabled 1-15h Interval), when the panel is reset and when call back is
finished.
RPC gets the Subscriber ID, IP address and port from the UDP data packets (IP No. and Port
is parsed from UDP data packet).
RPC with running RPS (Remote Programming Software = A-Link Plus) saves the received UDP
data packet information into its own RAM, the information is lost after RPS is closed.
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When a connection is started and the IP address set in the customer information doesn’t
match with the IP Address from the RAM, the A-Link opens a window to ask if the new IP
Address and Port should be used.
When RPS is opened, a connection can only be established when the IP address and port
number of the AMAX panel have not changed, after RPS received previous data.
If the IP address has changed RPC with running RPS must wait for the next UDP Data package
send from the Panel. When the connection is established, the AMAX panel sends a polling
telegram of 25 bytes.
7.1.7
Call back and Domestic Call
Call back Telephone Number
This address stores the telephone number to call when upload / download is requested or the
user enters his code + [5] [7] and presses [#] to initiate a modem call from the AMAX panel to
establish a communication link with the remote computer. The computer must be running ALink Plus RPS software and must be set to waiting for an incoming call. The call back
telephone number is also necessary if remote connect with call back verification is required.
Domestic Call
Four recordable voice messages for four dialing telephone numbers are supported. Each of the
four recordable voice messages can take up to 9 seconds. The voice messages are recorded
on a PC and are transferred via A-Link Plus to the AMAX panel. They can only be transferred
via USB or network connection.
When the AMAX panel is activated into zone tamper / zone alarm, the programmed telephone
number is dialed and the recorded voice message is played.
All alarm events only need one report / acknowledgement.
The transmission sequence is repeated until the AMAX panel receives an acknowledgement
tone.
The AMAX panel automatically hangs up after about 45 seconds if it cannot detect the
acknowledgement tone and redial later.
The user presses any key on the telephone between two acknowledgement tones to confirm
the alarming.
The acknowledgement tone is the DTMF signal sent by the remote user with any key ([0] - [1]
or [*] or [#]).
If the AMAX panel got the [#] acknowledgement from the user, it will send a 2 seconds long
confirmation beep as an acknowledge tone and hang up the line.
7.1.8
Ring Times
Ring Count
This function defines the number of rings before the AMAX panel answers an incoming call. It
is necessary to enable remote arming and remote upload/download to use this function.
The following values are selectable:
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0 = The panel does not answer any incoming calls.
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1 – 13 = Number of rings until the control panel answers.
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14 = The control panel is called, the phone is allowed to ring only twice and hangs up.
After 8 seconds the control panel is called again and answers to the first ring.
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Users and Codes
The AMAX system provides two types of access codes, the installer codes and user codes.
Each of them allows specific access and operation of the AMAX panel functions.
7.2.1
User Code
The default user code is “2580”. This code should be changed to an individual code. If a new
user is assigned, an individual user code is assigned to this user.
Notice!
Identical codes are not allowed. User codes are not permitted to be the same as the installer
code.
User Code Permission Level
User codes can differ in permission levels. Each user code is assigned to a permission level.
Code Permission Level
User Type
00
Master User 1
01
Master User 2
02
Super User
03
Basic User
04
Arming User
05
Duress User
06 -15
No Priority
Table 7.3: Code Permission Level
Please refer to Installer Code, page 45 for a description of the user permission levels.
User Code in Area
Any area can be assigned individually to a specific user.
7.2.2
Installer Code
The installer code is designed to program the AMAX panel. In addition, the installer code is
used for some code commands.
The default installer code is “1234”. This code should be changed to an individual code.
Notice!
Identical codes are not allowed. User codes are not permitted to be the same as the installer
code.
Quick keypad operations
The following table shows an overview of the quick keypad operations and the corresponding
user permissions of user codes and installer codes.
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Command
D A B S M M I
Default User Code = 2580
1 2 N
Default Installer Code = 1234
AWAY Arm
[code] + [#] / [#] for 3 sec. (quick arm)
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AWAY Arm All Areas (only on
[code] + [0] [0] + [#]
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master keypad)
Direct AWAY Arm (only on
[code] + [2-digit area no.] + [#]
√ √ √
master keypad
STAY Arm
[code] + [*] / [*] for 3 sec. (quick arm)
√ √ √ √ √ √ √
STAY Arm All Areas (only on
[code] + [0] [0] + [*]
√ √ √ √ √ √ √
master keypad)
Direct STAY Arm (only on
[code] + [2-digit area no.] + [*]
√ √ √
master keypad
Disarm
[code] + [#]
√
√ √ √ √ √
Disarm All Areas (only on
[code] + [#]
√
√ √ √ √ √
master keypad)
Switch to Master Keypad
[code] + [0] [0] [0] + [#] (only on text
√ √ √
keypad)
Switch to Area 01-16
[code] + [0] [2-digit area no.] + [#] (only
√ √ √
on text keypad)
Keypad Emergency Alarm
long press [1] and [3] or [*] and [#]
* *
Keypad Fire
long press [4] and [6]
* *
Keypad Medical Alarm
long press [7] and [9]
√ √
Record Macro 1
[code] + [8] [1] + [#] + operation + [#] for
√ √ √ √
3 sec.
Record Macro 2
[code] + [8] [2] + [#] + operation + [#] for
√ √ √ √
3 sec.
Record Macro 3
[code] + [8] [3] + [#] + operation + [#] for
√ √ √ √
3 sec.
Play Macro 1
[code] + long press [1] / [1] for 3 sec.
+ + + + + + √
(quick macro)
Play Macro 2
[code] + long press [2] / [2] for 3 sec.
+ + + + + + √
(quick macro)
Play Macro 3
[code] + long press [3] / [3] for 3 sec.
+ + + + + + √
(quick macro)
Fault/Tamper Inquire
[code] + [2] [1] + [#]
Display all Event Log
[code] + [2] [2] + [#] (only on text
√ √ √ √
√
√
keypad)
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√
√
√
√
keypad)
Display Dialer Event Log
[code] + [2] [4] + [#] (only on text
keypad)
Bypass/Unbypass Zone
[code] + [3] [1] + [#] + [2-digit zone no.] +
√ √ √ √ √
[#]
[code] + [3] [1] + [#] (cancel LED keypad)
√ √ √ √ √
Bypass Fault/Tamper
[code] + [3] [4] + [#]
√ √ √ √
Siren Test
[code] + [4] [1] + [#]
√ √ √ √
Communication Test
[code] + [4] [2] + [#]
√ √ √ √
Walk Test
[code] + [4] [3] + [#]
√ √ √ √
Change/View Date/Time
[code] + [5] [1] + [#]
√
Daylight Saving Time (+1h)
[code] + [5] [2] + [#]
√ √ √ √
Daylight Saving Time (-1h)
[code] + [5] [3] + [#]
√ √ √ √
Add/Change User Code
[code] + [5] [4] + [#]
√ √ √
Change Individual Code
[code] + [5] [5] + [#]
√ √ √ √ √ √ √
Change Dom. Phone No. 1
[code] + [5] [6] + [#] + [ _ _ _ _ _ _ ] + [# ]
√
(LED keypad )
Change Dom. Phone No. 2
[code] + [5] [6] + [#] [#] + [ _ _ _ _ _ _ ] +
√
[# ] (LED keypad )
Change Dom. Phone No. 3
[code] + [5] [6] + [#] [#] [#] + [ _ _ _ _ _ _ ]
√
+ [# ] (LED keypad )
Change Dom. Phone No. 4
[code] + [5] [6] + [#] [#] [#] [#] + [ _ _ _ _
√
_ _ ] + [# ] (LED keypad )
Change Dom. Phone No. 1-4
[code] + [5] [6] + [#] + [ _ ] +[#] +[ _ _ _ _ _
√
_ ] + [# ] (text keypad )
Call Back
[code] + [5] [7] + [#]
√ √ √ √
Change Language
[code] + [5] [8] + [#] + [2-digit no. for
√ √ √ √
available languages] + [#]
01=EN; 02=DE; 03=ES; 04=FR ; 05=PT;
06=PL; 07=NL; 08=SE
Reset Fault/Tamper (In some [code] + [6] + [#]
√ √ √ √
country versions only the
installer can reset a tamper
alarm)
Installer Access
[code] + [7] [1] + [#] (enable)
√ √
[code] + [7] [2] + [#] (disable)
System Reset
[code] + [9] [9] [8] [9] + [#]
Programming Mode
[code] + [9] [5] [8] + [#]
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[9] [5] [9] + [#]
√
Exit Programming Mode with [9] [6] [0] + [#]
√
without saving
saving
Set Factory Default
[9] [6] [1] + [#]
√
Copy Control Panel Data to
[9] [6] [2] + [#]
√
[9] [6] [3] + [#]
√
[9] [9] [9] + [#]
√
Programming Key
Copy Programming Key Data
to Control Panel
Display Firmware Version
* This function can be enabled/disabled.
+ This function can be enabled/disabled individually for every user.
D = Duress User
A = Arming User
B = Basic User
S = Super User
M1 = Master User 1
M2 = Master User 2
IN = Installer
Notice!
The installer commands can be used only when all areas of the system are in disarming status
with no alarm activated and when the installer access is enabled by the user.
7.2.3
Code Length
The length of the codes can be set in a range from 4 to 6 digits.
7.2.4
Code Reporting
The following codes are reported when an alarm occurs:
7.2.5
Installer
Report = 0
User 1 - 250
Report = 1 - 250
A-Link
Report = 251
Phone arm
Report = 252
Single-Button arm / disarm
Report = 253
Key switch arm / disarm
Report = 254
Code Permissions
Tamper Reset by User
This option defines whether tampers can be reset with a user code. If this option is disabled,
tamper resets can only be performed with the installer code.
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Arm / Disarm Installer
This option defines whether the arm / disarm function can be performed with a installer code.
If this option is disabled, the arm / disarm function can not be performed with an installer
code.
7.2.6
Macro Configuration
Macros are used to assign complicated or often used operation to one button to simplify the
operation of the system. It is possible to record up to three macros.
Input Macro Number
In this option the number of the macro to be configured is selected. (Possible numbers are 1,
2 and 3.)
Macro without Code
This option enables/disables the quick play function of the macro. If this function is enabled,
the user can press the number of the macro for three seconds to execute the macro playing
function without entering a code.
Macro Recording Timeout
This option defines the timeout of the macro recording process. (Possible values are 01 – 99
seconds.) The timeout defines the time after which the macro recording process is cancelled
due to inactivity of the user.
Play Pause Time
This option defines the speed of the macro playing process. If a user wants to observe the
macro playing process more closely, it can be adjusted to display the single operations longer.
The default setting is 03=300ms and can be adjusted to 01=100ms, 02=200ms and so on.
Code inside Macro Enable
This option enables/disables the code inside a macro. This function is relevant only if the
macro without code function is disabled.
If this function is enabled, a code will be recorded during the macro recording process and
will be executed during the macro playing process. This means that a user switch is possible
when the macro playing function is executed.
If this function is disabled, there will be no code recorded during the macro recording process
and the operation assigned to the macro will be executed without a code. This means that
there is no user switch possible in the macro playing function and that the user who is
executing the macro playing function is also executing the operation assigned to the macro.
7.3
Zones
7.3.1
Add / Delete Zone
When adding or changing a zone, it is required to select the area, the zone functions and the
module of the zone source, based on zone numbers.
When the zone is specified as “0”, i.e. the zone is not used; any address set on the zone
function and module selection is invalid.
Zone Module
The AMAX panel supports onboard zones, keypad zones, AMAX 3000 / 4000, and DX2010
zones and RF zones.
Zone Function / Type
Zone Function Option
Zone Type
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00
Not used
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Instant
02
Interior instant
03
Delay 1
04
Interior delay 1
05
Delay 1 Exit
06
Interior Delay 1 Exit
07
Delay 2
08
Interior Delay 2
09
Delay 2 Exit
10
Interior Delay 2 Exit
11
Follower
12
Interior Follower
13
24-Hour
14
Key AWAY Toggle
15
Key AWAY on/off
16
Key STAY Toggle
17
Key STAY on/off
18
24-Hour Panic
19
24-Hour Fire
20
24-Hour Fire with Verification*
21
Tamper
22
Bold Contact
23
External Fault
24
Technical Alarm
25
Reset
26
Instant Report
* Only possible for AMAX 4000 zone 1
00 – Not Used
If a zone is not used, program the zone type location to 0. An EOL resistor is not required if
this zone type is not used. This zone type never activates the sirens or the dialer.
01 - Instant
The instant zone type performs as described below:
1.
2.
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Zone normal - no alarm / no report
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Zone triggered - no alarm / no report
AWAY Arm:
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Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - alarm / report
–
(Zone triggered during exit time no alarm / no report)
–
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time is expired, when system is disarmed before, no report)
3.
STAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - alarm / report
–
(Zone triggered during exit time no alarm / no report)
–
(Zone triggered during entry time alarm / report is delayed for 30 second / entry time
is expired, when system is disarmed before, no report) When zone is triggered, not
bypassed and system is forced to arm, a zone fault report is sent.
–
When the system is disarmed and zone is not restored before, a Zone fault restore
report is sent.
02 - Interior Instant
The interior instant zone type performs as described below:
1.
Disarm:
–
2.
AWAY Arm:
–
3.
same as the instant zone disarm status
same as the instant zone AWAY arm status
STAY Arm:
–
This zone will be ignored and performed as disarm. Refer to Keypad Indicators to see
how the zone is displayed during exit time.
–
When zone is triggered, not bypassed and system is forced to arm, a zone fault
report is send.
–
When system is disarmed and zone is not restored before, a zone fault restore report
is sent.
03 – Delay 1
The delay 1 zone type performs as described below:
1.
Disarm: same as instant zone disarm status
2.
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - entry time starts - no alarm / no report
–
Disarming during entry time - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - entry time is expired - alarm / report
–
(report is delayed for a specified time (default: 30s; value range: 00-99), when
system is disarmed before, no report)
3.
STAY Arm: same as AWAY arm performance.
–
First delay zone will start the entry time; all other delay zones will follow.
–
When system is disarmed and zone is not restored before, a zone restore report is
sent.
04 - Interior Delay 1
The interior delay 1 zone type performs as described below:
1.
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AWAY Arm: same as the delay zone AWAY arm status
3.
STAY Arm:
–
This zone will be ignored and performed as disarm.
–
Refer to Keypad Indicators to see how the zone is displayed during exit time.
05 – Delay 1 Exit
The delay 1 exit zone type performs as described below:
1.
DISARM: same as instant zone disarm status
2.
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - entry time starts - no alarm / no report
–
Disarming during entry time - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - no alarm / no report / abbreviates remaining time
for exit to 5 seconds
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - entry time is expired - alarm / report (report is delayed for 30
second, when system is disarmed before, no report)
3.
STAY Arm: same as AWAY arm performance
–
–
First delay zone will start the entry time; all other delay zones will follow.
When system is disarmed and zone is not restored before, a zone restore report is
sent.
06 – Interior Delay 1 Exit
The Interior delay 1 exit zone type performs as described below:
1.
Disarm: same as the instant zone disarm status
2.
AWAY Arm: same as the delay exit zone AWAY arm status
3.
STAY Arm:
–
This zone will be ignored and performed as disarm.
–
Refer to Keypad Indicators to see how the zone is displayed during exit time.
07 - Delay 2
The delay 2 zone type performs as described below:
1.
Disarm: same as instant zone disarm status
2.
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - entry time starts - no alarm / no report
–
Disarming during entry time - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - entry time is expired - alarm / report
–
(report is delayed for a specified time (default: 30s; value range: 00-99), when
system is disarmed before, no report)
3.
STAY Arm: same as AWAY arm performance.
–
First delay zone will start the entry time; all other delay zones will follow.
–
When system is disarmed and zone is not restored before, a zone restore report is
sent
08 – Interior Delay 2
The interior delay 2 zone type performs as described below:
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2.
AWAY Arm: same as the delay zone AWAY arm status
3.
STAY Arm:
–
This zone will be ignored and performed as disarm.
–
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09 – Delay 2 Exit
The delay 2 exit zone type performs as described below:
1.
DISARM: same as instant zone disarm status
2.
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - entry time starts - no alarm / no report
–
Disarming during entry time - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - no alarm / no report / abbreviates remaining time
for exit to 5 seconds
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - entry time is expired - alarm / report (report is delayed for 30
second, when system is disarmed before, no report)
3.
STAY Arm: same as AWAY arm performance
–
First delay zone will start the entry time; all other delay zones will follow.
–
When system is disarmed and zone is not restored before, a zone restore report is
sent.
10 – Interior Delay 2 Exit
The Interior delay 2 exit zone type performs as described below:
1.
Disarm: same as the instant zone disarm status
2.
AWAY Arm: same as the delay exit zone AWAY arm status
3.
STAY Arm:
–
This zone will be ignored and performed as disarm.
–
Refer to Keypad Indicators to see how the zone is displayed during exit time.
11 - Follower
The follower zone type performs as described below:
1.
Disarm:
–
2.
same as the instant zone disarm status
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered – alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - no alarm / no report
–
The remaining delay time is handed over from the delay zone to the follower zone.
–
The follower zone performance as the same as a delay zone.
–
If there are two or more zones programmed as delay zones and both are triggered,
the follower zone will follow the first triggered delay zone.
3.
STAY Arm: same as the delay zone.
12 – Interior Follower
The interior follower zone type performs as described below:
1.
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AWAY Arm: same as the follower zone AWAY arm status
3.
STAY Arm:
–
This zone will be ignored and performed as disarm.
–
Refer to Keypad Indicators to see how the zone is displayed during exit time.
13 - 24 Hour
The 24-hour zone type performs as described below:
1.
2.
3.
Disarm:
–
Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - alarm / report
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - alarm / report
STAY Arm: same as AWAY arm performance.
–
A 24 - hour zone does not send a restore report until the zone is restored.
14 - Key AWAY Toggle
The key switch AWAY toggle zone type performs as described below:
1.
2.
3.
Disarm:
–
Zone normal - no action
–
Zone triggered - activate AWAY arm / report
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no action
–
Zone triggered - activate disarm / report
STAY Arm: same as AWAY arm performance
This zone will ignore all other programming items, such as bypass, forcing arm.
When the system is armed in this mode, the keypad activates two beeps and report sent is by
user code 254.
15 - Key AWAY on/off
The key switch AWAY on / off zone type performs as described below:
1.
2.
3.
Disarm:
–
Zone normal - no action
–
Zone triggered - activate AWAY arm / report
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - activate disarm / report
–
Zone triggered - no action
STAY Arm: same as AWAY arm performance
Wiring diagram for key-switch zone: short for arm. The momentary time is capable of lasting
Minimum 300ms.
COM
Zone
Wiring diagram for key-switch zone: open for arm. The momentary time is capable of lasting
Minimum 300ms.
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Zone
When the key-switch operates the arm/disarm, the keypad sounds two beeps and report sent
to the system by user code 254.
Notice!
When the key-switch operates the arm/disarm successfully, the siren sounds short to indicate
it.
16 – Key STAY Toggle
The key switch momentary STAY zone type performs as described below:
1.
2.
3.
Disarm:
–
Zone normal - no action
–
Zone triggered - activate STAY arm / report
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no action
–
Zone triggered - activate disarm / report
STAY Arm: same as AWAY arm performance
This zone will ignore all other programming items, such as bypass, forcing arm.
When the system is armed in this mode, the keypad activates two beeps and report sent is by
user code 254.
17 – Key STAY on/off
The key switch on/off STAY zone type performs as described below:
1.
2.
3.
Disarm:
–
Zone normal - no action
–
Zone triggered - activate STAY arm / report
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - activate disarm / report
–
Zone triggered - no action
STAY Arm: same as AWAY arm performance
When the key-switch operates the arm / disarm, the keypad sounds two beeps and report sent
to the system by User Code 254.
Notice!
When the key-switch operates the arm / disarm successfully, the siren sounds short to
indicate it.
18 – 24-Hour Panic
The 24-hour panic zone type performs as described below:
1.
2.
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Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered – silent alarm / report
AWAY Arm:
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–
Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered – silent alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time – silent alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during entry time – silent alarm / report
STAY Arm: same as AWAY arm performance
–
A 24-hour panic zone has no restore report until the zone is restored.
19 – 24 Hour Fire
The 24-hour fire zone type performs as described below:
1.
2.
3.
Disarm:
–
Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - alarm / report
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - alarm / report
STAY Arm: same as AWAY arm performance
–
A fire zone does not send a restore report until the zone is restored.
20 – 24-Hour Fire with Verification
(Only possible for AMAX 4000 zone 1)
The 24-hour fire with verification zone type performs as described below:
1.
Disarm:
–
Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered: After the first alarm, the AMAX panel performs a fire verification reset
(10 seconds) and then waits a period up to two minutes for a second alarm. If a
second alarm occurs within this period, the AMAX panel indicates a fire alarm.
Otherwise, the AMAX panel resets back to its normal condition. At the end of the two
minute period an unverified fire alarm is logged and reported. A fire zone does not
send a restore report until the zone is restored.
2.
AWAY Arm: same as disarm performance
3.
STAY Arm: same as disarm performance
21 - Tamper
The tamper zone type performs as described below:
1.
2.
3.
Disarm:
–
Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - alarm / report
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - alarm / report
STAY Arm: same as AWAY arm performance
–
A tamper zone does not send a restore report until the zone is restored.
22 - Bolt Contact
The bolt-contact zone type performs as described below:
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2.
Disarm:
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Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - no alarm / no report
AWAY Arm:
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3.
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Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - no alarm / no report
STAY Arm: same as AWAY Arm performance.
–
This zone is mainly for prevention of arming (to ensure exit/entry door is locked
before arming the system and no alarm occurs when entering the premise through
the entry/exit door).
23 - External Fault
The external fault zone type performs as described below:
1.
2.
3.
Disarm:
–
Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - fault / report
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - fault / report
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - fault / report
STAY Arm: same as AWAY Arm performance
–
The restore report will be sent when the zone is restored.
24 - Technical Alarm
The technical alarm zone type performs as described below:
1.
2.
3.
Disarm:
–
Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - alarm / report
AWAY Arm:
–
Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered - alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during exit time - alarm / report
–
Zone triggered - during entry time - alarm / report
STAY Arm: same as AWAY arm performance.
–
A technical zone does not send a restore report until the zone is restored.
25 - Reset
The reset zone type performs as described below:
1.
2.
Disarm:
–
Zone normal - no alarm / no report
–
Zone triggered – performs system reset / no report
AWAY Arm:
–
3.
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STAY Arm: same as AWAY arm performance
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26 – Instant Report
The instant report zone type performs as described below:
1.
Disarm:
–
Zone normal – no action
–
Zone triggered – report
2.
AWAY Arm: same as disarm performance
3.
STAY Arm: same as disarm performance
Zone in Area
Each zone is assigned to an area. This assignment influences the way how zones are indicated
on keypads. For more information, please refer to Zone Indication Keypad and Event Log, page
64.
RF Zones
The AMAX panel 3000 / 4000 identifies RF zones by Zone RFID. AMAX Keypad programming
supports entering RFID automatically for Radion devices. When zone RFID is asked, press *
button for 3 second toggles between AUTO and MANUAL mode. When MANUAL is selected,
enter 9 – digit RFID using pin keys. When AUTO is selected, trigger RF device in order to enter
RFID automatically.
Hardwired Input Zones
On-board Inputs:
The AMAX panel provides onboard hard-wired inputs. An additional input is provided for the
enclosure tamper.
On-board Zone Response Time:
The AMAX panel supports different response times for the onboard zones. The response time
value range is 000.0-999.9 seconds.
On-board Zone EOL
Single EOL: If the zone tamper function is not selected, each zone uses a single 2.2 kilo ohm
EOL. The panel can detect the zone as short, normal or open.
Zone Status
Loop Resistance (ohm)
Min
Type
Max
0
1650
2200
2970
1430
triggered
2750
normal
∞
triggered
The detectors (sensors) will be connected between zone and COM terminal through EOL
series (open triggered) or parallel connection (short triggered).
COM
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The detectors (sensors) will be connected between zone and COM terminal through EOL
series connection (open triggered) or EOL parallel connection (short triggered).
COM
Zone
The panel sets the short / open as activate when connecting with single EOL.
The valid zone number is 1-8 for AMAX 2100 / 3000, 1-16 for AMAX 4000
Dual EOL: If the tamper supervision is set, we only can use the NC contact point. The EOL
status is:
Loop resistance (ohm)
Min
Zone Status
Type
Max
o
1430
tamper
1650
2200
2750
normal
2970
4400
4950
triggered
∞
tamper
5220
Using one 2.2 kilo resistor as EOL of the tamper zone, which works together with the zone
EOL 2.2 kilo.
1
COM
2
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NC (normally close): If the zone option is set to “NC”, an alarm occurs when the zone is
opened. When the zone is closed, the system is in normal mode.
NO (normally open): If the zone option is set to “NO”, an alarm occurs when the zone is
closed. When the zone is opened, the system is in normal mode.
On-board Tamper Input
A separate input is provided for enclosure tamper. The response time of the tamper input can
be programmed individually. The response time value range is 000.0-999.9 seconds.
Zone Name
This option is used to name zones. Therefore, the numbers on the text keypad function as an
alphabetical input:
Number on the
Alphabetical input when number is pressed consecutively
text keypad
1
.,'?!"1-()@/:_¹²³©®º«»µ¶
2
abc2æåäàáâãçćč
3
def3èéêëðę
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ghi4ìíîïğ
5
jkl5£
6
mno6öøòóôõñ
7
pqrs7ßšśş
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9
wxyz9ýþźżžŸ
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Pulse Count Duration
The pulse code duration defines the period for the zone pulse count feature.
7.3.3
Cross Zone Timer
The cross zone timer defines the period for the cross zone feature.
7.3.4
Zone Function Settings
Overview
Zone function option
Force arm / bypass
Silent alarm / Chime
mode
Zone pulse count
Zone lockout
Zone tamper
Zone status report
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0
Disabled
1
Force arm
2
Bypass
3
All
0
Disabled
1
Silent alarm
2
Chime mode
3
All
0
Disabled
1-9
1-9 pulses
0
Disabled
1
1 times alarm lockout
2
3 times alarm lockout
3
6 times alarm lockout
4
Alarm duration
0
Disabled
1
Enabled
0
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report / cross zone
1
Receiver 1
2
Receiver 2
3
Receiver 3
4
Receiver 4
5
Receiver 1, 2, 3, and 4
6
Receiver 1 (2, 3, and 4 for backup)
7
Receiver 1 (2 for backup) and receiver 3 (4 for backup)
0
Disabled
1
Unverified alarm report
2
Cross zone
3
All
Domestic no.
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0
No reports allowed
1
Report to destination 1
2
Report to destination 2
3
Report to destination 3
4
Report to destination 4
5
Report to destination 1 ,2, 3, 4
6
Report to destination 1 (where 2, 3, and 4 backup)
7
Report to destination 1 (where 2 Backup) and 3 (where 4
backup)
Zone Bypass
If this option is enabled, the operator can bypass zones before arming the system. If this
option is disabled, manual bypass of the zone is not available. After manual bypass of the
zone, a zone bypass report is sent.
The zone bypass is valid in only one arming period and will be resumed after disarming. Before
disarming, the bypassed zones ignore all zone triggering and restoration events.
The key switch zone cannot be bypassed.
Forced Arming
If this option is selected, the system can be armed when the zone is in triggering status. If this
option is not selected, the system does not allow the user to arm the system unless the zone
with problems has resumed to normal status or been manually bypassed.
The arming with a zone in triggering status is called forced arming.
When the operating system arms:
–
When the keypad or key switch zone is used to execute system arming, the system will
show the zone status at first. If a zone in triggering status is not bypassed and the forced
arming option is in disabled status, it cannot be successfully armed.
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When the keypad or key switch zone is used to execute system arming, the system shows
the zone status at first. If a zone in triggering status is not bypassed and the forced
arming option is in enabled status, the system is successfully armed. If the zone is still
not recovered at the end of the exit delay time, the system shows the fault report of the
zone.
–
When the fault is recovered, a zone recovery report is sent.
The exceptions to forced arming option:
–
In telephone and programming software remote arming, forced arming is available even if
the zone is programmed as enabled or disabled forced arming.
Silent Alarm
Enabling this option can set the zone to mute alarm. Silent alarm will not trigger the output of
keypad buzzer and the output of the type of event of system audio alarm, but can trigger the
output of the type of event of system alarm (both sound and silent) and the alarm event can
still be transmitted according to programming path.
Zone Locking
The zone locking option of each zone can be set to a non-locking, 1 time locking, 3 time
locking, 6 time locking and follow alarm time.
For unlocking, set the zone locking option to 0 to disable the zone locking function.
3 times of alarm locking
If the locking option is set to 2, the zone can only transmit up to 3 times of alarm report in
each arming period. After zone re-disarming re-arming, the locking count will be reset.
The AMAX panel will process locking according to the following logic:
1.
When the zone or zone tamper is trigger and siren alarm is resulted, within the period of
alarm output time, the AMAX panel will ignore the status detection of the zone.
2.
When the alarm rings 3 times, the zone will be locked.
3.
If the alarm occurs in the locked zone, the zone will send zone fault report.
4.
Before the end of the alarm output time, ten zone recovery event will not be transmitted.
5.
If the zone locking option is disabled, the times of alarms will not be restrained. Even
when other zones are locked, that zone can still generate the alarm.
6 times of alarm locking
Similar to 3 times of alarm locking, with alarm limited to not more than 6 times.
Locking occurs within the period of alarm output time. Repeating the process of alarm locking
in the period of alarm output time, without limit to times.
Zone Tamper
The system supports the tamper detection of the zone. This function ensures that the zone is
in normal operating status. The process is as follows:
1.
If 24-hour zone tamper is enabled, the wiring method for two-terminal resistor is
required.
2.
If the zone detects that the 24-hour tamper is triggered, the zone tamper alarm will be
processed the same as 24-hour zone.
3.
If the zone detests zone alarm, the zone will process according to specified zone type.
If the zone is programmed to disable 24-hour zone tamper, the wiring method for singleterminal resistor is required. If the zone detests alarm, the zone will process according to
specified zone type.
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Zone Status Reporting
The AMAX panel reports the zone status according to the specified path, including alarm, zone
fault, zone bypass and zone tamper alarm.
Zone Chime Mode
The system will support the chime mode.
The process is as follows:
–
If the chime mode is used and a zone is triggered the keypad buzzer will sound for 1
second (only in disarmed status).
Zone Pulse Count
The system will support the pulse count mode.
The process is as follows:
–
Pulse count duration time must be configured (refer to Pulse Count Duration Programming,
page 126)
–
Pulse count for a zone can be set to a value between 1 and 9 (0 = disabled)
The process is as follows:
–
An alarm is created only if the zone is triggered as many times as the value “pulse count”
within the time “count duration”
Domestic no.
The system will support the domestic call mode.
The process is as follows:
–
If the domestic call mode is configured for a zone and an alarm from this zone is created
the alarm will be reported to the destination(s) configured and needs acknowledgement
Cross Zone
The cross zone option works as follows:
Prerequisites:
–
At least two zones in the same area have option cross zone enabled
–
System option cross zone timer is set to a value higher than 0
When one of these zones is triggered for more than 20 seconds, an alarm is created.
When one of these zones (the first zone) is triggered for a shorter time than 20 seconds, the
cross zone timer starts, no alarm is created at this time
–
When no more zones (with cross zone option) are triggered within the cross zone time,
no alarm is created
–
When the first zone is triggered twice or more within the cross zone time, no alarm is
created
–
When a second zone or further zones (with cross zone option) is / are triggered within
–
When the first zone or one of the other zones (with cross zone option) is / are triggered
the cross zone time, then an alarm is created for all triggered zones
twice or more after cross zone time is expired, the timer restarts
Unverified Alarm Report
Enables / disables the option unverified alarm report. When a cross zone is triggered, but no
alarm is created, system creates an unverified alarm in order to report. System reports
unverified alarms if option unverified alarm report is enabled.
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Zone Indication Keypad and Event Log
Zones may be indicated on LED/LCD keypads and in event logs with a number that are
different from the zone number used for programming and hardware input.
One area system
Zones are indicated on LED/LCD keypads according to the zone numbers. When one zone is
disabled the indication number of all following (higher) zone numbers will shift to a value
decreased by one.
Multi area system
Only zones assigned to one area are indicated on an area LED/LCD keypad in order beginning
with 1 and by following the order of zone numbers.
Examples:
AMAX 3000 / 4000:
In a one area or area 1 system keypad the zone number 17 is indicated on a 16 zone LED/LCD
keypad. After disabling zone 16 (or another one in range 1 to 16), zone number 17 is indicated
on the LED/LCD keypad as zone number 16.
AMAX 2100:
In a one area system keypad the zone number 17 is indicated on an 8 zone LED/LCD keypad.
After disabling zone 5, zone number 17 is indicated on the LED/LCD keypad as zone number
5.
The following table shows the area assignment and keypad indication of zones in a multi area
system:
Zone Number
Area
1
2
1
2
2
2
3
1
1
4
1
2
5
1
3
6
1
4
7
2
3
8
2
4
9
2
5
10
2
6
11
1
5
12
1
6
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Keypads and Areas
7.4.1
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Master Keypad
The AMAX panel supports master keypads. User access to a master keypad differs from user
access to an area keypad. The master keypad switches to the master keypad mode or to the
area that the user declares after entering the user code. The arming/disarming, area alarm, AC
power fault, system fault and system event of each area can be displayed on the master
keypad. The master keypad can also enter the user menu.
It is possible to execute arming/disarming on a master keypad. It is possible to either arm all
areas or to arm only a single area via the direct arm function.
It is not possible to perform a bypass operation on a master keypad. When relevant operations
are made to an area, the master keypad should be switched to the corresponding area.
Area Keypad
It is possible to operate each area with a single or multiple independent keypads.
Each area keypad can only operate the corresponding programmed area.
When the area keypad has no corresponding zones, the area keypad cannot be used to
execute zone-related operations such as arming/disarming and bypassing, but can be used to
execute operations unrelated to zones, e.g. event inquiry.
Each area keypad can display the status of the zone belonging to the area. However, for IUIAMAX3- LED8 keypad, IUI-AMAXLED 8 keypad and IUI-AMAX-LCD 8 keypad, each area can
display up to 8 zones and cannot display other zones, but can report zone events. For IUIAMAX3LED16 keypad, each area can display up to 16 zones and cannot display other zones,
but can report zone events. Keypad IUI -AMAX4-TEXT can display up to 64 zones.
For any area, the logic numbers of the zones are displayed on the LED/LCD keypad and logic
numbers or zone names of the zones are displayed on the keypad instead of actual physical
numbers. For example: The zones 1, 2, and 3 of 1 area or area 1 displayed on the keypad are
actually zones 20, 31, and 37.
7.4.2
Area Timing
The AMAX panel supports separate entry and exit delay times for each area.
Exit Delay
The programming range is 0 - 255 seconds. In the mode of system arming, the keypad will
beep during exit and will make continuous long beep sound in the last 10 seconds to notify
the exit time is coming to an end.
Entry Delay
The programming range is 0 - 255 seconds. Entry delay time starts when a delay zone is
triggered in armed state.
7.4.3
Common Area
Area 1 can be used as a common area or an independent area. Common area ancillary acts are
as follows:
–
Only all belonged independent areas are armed, the common area can be armed
–
When a relevant ancillary area is perimeter arming, the common area will be perimeter
arming too
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If any zones under common zones are in triggered or tamper status and the forced arming
is disabled, the common area cannot be armed
7.4.4
Keypad Indication
Keypad Alarm Tone
This option enables/disables the keypad alarm tone.
Audible Entry Enable
This option enables/disables a keypad warning tone during entry time when the system is in
STAY arm mode. If this option is enabled, a keypad warning tone occurs when the system is in
STAY arm mode and the entry time starts.
STAY Zone Alarm Indication
This option enables/disables the keypad alarm indication. If this option is enabled, information
is displayed on the keypad, when the system is in STAY arm mode.
Entry Delay Backlight on
This option enables/disables the keypad backlight during entry time. If this option is enabled,
the keypad backlight turns on when the system is in STAY arm mode and the entry time starts
and turns off when the entry time ends and no other button is pressed.
7.4.5
Keypad Lockout
Keypad Lock Count
The number of attempts to enter a wrong user code can be set from 1 to 15 in order to
supervise valid user access. The keypad will be locked for 3 minutes, when the number of
attempts reaches the declared value.
7.5
System
7.5.1
System Setting
This chapter describes the system settings that can be accessed via the SYSTEM SETTINGS 1
and the SYSTEM SETTINGS 2 menu and their submenus if available.
Date and Time
The AMAX panel has a 24-hour clock and a 12-month calendar that need to be set after power
up. The order is day, month, year, hour, and minute, with each item occupying two digits [DD]
[MM] [YY] [HH] [MM].
Fault Configuration
Fault Sound Reminder
When the command [2] [1] is used for fault inquiry, the keypad can be programmed to sound
prompt tone to indicate new system fault. The system is defaulted to enable. In case of a new
fault, all keypads will sound a short beep once a minute.
AC Fault Delay Time
The fault report to display on the keypad will be delayed for the selected time (01 – 98
minutes; default = 60 minutes; disabled = 99).
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Date/Time Fault
In case of date/time settings fault, it is possible to choose to display the fault or transmit fault
prompt tone at the same time, or to not display and stop fault prompt tone. If it is chosen to
not display, the fault prompt tone is set, and the system will prompt nothing if no date and
time are set after power-up.
Battery Check Interval
This option defines the time interval in which the battery test is carried out (01 – 15 minutes;
00 = disabled). The battery test is also carried out when the system is armed or during system
power up.
Phone Line Monitor
If this option is enabled, the system supervises whether the phone line is broken or
disconnected.
Siren Supervision
If this option is enabled, the system supervises whether the siren is shortened or
disconnected.
AC Fault Auto Reset
This option enables/disables the automatic AC fault reset function.
If this option is enabled, an AC fault indication is restored automatically after the AC power
supply is restored.
If this option is disabled, an AC fault indication has to be reset manually after the AC power
supply is restored.
Communication Fault Auto Reset
This option enables/disables the automatic communication fault reset function.
If this option is enabled, a communication fault indication is restored automatically after the
communication is restored.
If this option is disabled, a communication fault indication has to be reset manually after the
communication is restored.
Phone Fault Auto Reset
This option enables/disables the automatic phone fault reset function.
If this option is enabled, a phone fault indication is restored automatically after the phone is
restored.
If this option is disabled, a phone fault indication has to be reset manually after the phone is
restored.
General Fault Auto Reset
This option enables/disables the automatic general fault reset function.
If this option is enabled, any fault indication is restored automatically after the fault is
restored.
If this option is disabled, any fault indication has to be reset manually after the fault is
restored.
Quick Arming
This option enables/disables the quick arm function via which the user can arm the system by
pressing and holding [*] / [#] for three seconds without entering the code.
Installer Access until Next Arming
Before using installer access, a standard user has to enable installer access first. If the option
installer access until next arming is enabled, installer access permission is limited to next
arming.
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Remote IP Access
This option enables/disables the remote IP access. If this option is enabled and a connection
is initiated via the PC software A-Link Plus, the system does not verify the IP address, but
verifies the subscriber ID and the installer code. RPC can not link to the panel via IP.
Force Arm When System Is In Trouble Condition
This option enables/disables the forced arming of an area although it is in a fault or tamper
condition.
Event Record Count per Set/Unset Period
This option defines the maximum number of records for an event within the set / unset period.
Language Version
In this option, the currently used language can be changed to the displayed languages.
Keypad 2 Button Alarm
This option enables/disables the keypad 2 button function:
The emergency alarm is transmitted, if [1] and [3], or [*] and [#] are pressed and held for
three seconds. The fire alarm is transmitted, if [4] and [6] are pressed and held for three
seconds. The silent keypad emergency alarm is transmitted, if [7] and [9] are pressed and
held for three seconds.
System Tamper Indication
System Tamper All Areas
This option defines where the system tamper event is indicated. System tamper indication can
be assigned to either the area where zone 1 is located in or to all areas.
Zone Tamper Bypass when DEOL Zone is Bypassed
If the option is enabled, the system creates a tamper alarm when DEOL zone is tampered,
even when this zone is bypassed.
Enclosure Tamper Timing
The AMAX panel supports different response times for the onboard tamper used for panel
enclosure. The response time value range is 000.0-999.9 seconds.
Area Name
This option is used to name areas. Therefore, the numbers on the text keypad function as an
alphabetical input:
Number on the
Alphabetical input when number is pressed consecutively
text keypad
1
.,'?!"1-()@/:_¹²³©®º«»µ¶
2
abc2æåäàáâãçćč
3
def3èéêëðę
4
ghi4ìíîïğ
5
jkl5£
6
mno6öøòóôõñ
7
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The maximum length of an area name is ten characters.
Company Name
This option is used to name the company. Therefore, the numbers on the text keypad function
as an alphabetical input. (Refer to the explanation above.)
Voice Default
This option enables/disables the voice default settings for the domestic call. If DEFAULT
VOICE YES is selected, all recorded voice messages are deleted and the default tone is used
for domestic calls. For more information on recorded messages and domestic calls, refer to
Call back and Domestic Call, page 44.
Schedule Programming
This function is used to schedule operations according to the needs of the users. The
following operations can be scheduled:
–
Arming/disarming
–
Switching output on/off
–
Activating/deactivating users
It is possible to schedule up to 16 operations on a daily or hourly basis.
How to program a schedule
Notice!
Please note that this function can only be accessed and programmed via the PC software ALink Plus.
1.
Select the function you want to schedule. The following function can be selected:
Arm (area 1 – 16)
Disarm (area 1 – 16)
Switch on output (output 1 – 20)
Switch off output (output 1 – 20)
Activate user (user 1 – 250)
Deactivate user (user 1 – 250)
7.5.2
2.
Enter the desired time (hh:mm) and the date (dd/mm) for the schedule.
3.
Choose the selected days for the schedule (yes/no for each weekday).
4.
Optionally select a exception (e.g. for holidays)
P
The schedule is programmed and can be enabled/disabled by the user.
System View
Fault Analysis
This option display faults and tampers. The AMAX panel can display eight categories of 41
types of system faults and tampers.
How to display faults and tampers via a text keypad
In a text keypad the faults and tampers are displayed directly.
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How to display faults and tampers via a master keypad
In a master keypad the system faults and tampers are displayed directly. After an area is
selected, the area-specific faults and tampers are displayed.
How to display faults and tampers via a LED/LCD keypad
To display faults and tampers via a LED/LCD keypad, perform the following steps:
1.
Enter your code + [2] [1] and press [#].
The system beeps twice. The FAULT indicator is extinguished and the STAY and AWAY
indicators flash. One of the number indicators is lit. Example: 2.
2.
Enter the number that is lit in the system. Example: 2.
One of the number indicators is lit. Example: 1.
3.
Repeat step 2 until there is no number lit anymore.
4.
Refer to the table Types of fault or tamper conditions for a description of the fault or
temper. The consecutively lit number indicators correspond to fault or tamper types.
Example: 2 – 1, which indicates a panel AC failure.
5.
If necessary press [0] to return to step 2.
6.
Press [#] to exit.
P
The STAY and AWAY indicators are extinguished and the FAULT indicator is lit.
For an overview of the possible faults and tampers and how to solve them, see Trouble Fault
Inquiry, page 140.
FW Version
This option displays the current firmware version.
7.5.3
System Factory Default
The system can be reset to the factory default settings either via software or via hardware.
How to Reset the System to the Factory Default Settings via Software
Default Panel
This option resets the system to the factory settings.
4
Select DEFAULT PANEL YES if you really want to reset the system or select DEFAULT
PANEL NO if you don’t want to reset the system.
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All programming parameters and recorded voice messages are reset to factory default.
Default only with Installer
This option enables/disables the possibility to reset the system via hardware. If this option is
enabled, the system can not be reset via hardware any more.
How to Reset the System to the Factory Default Settings via Hardware
The system can be reset to factory default settings with the ‘resetting to factory default’ pads
at the top on the printed circuit board on the main board of the AMAX panel if this possibility
is enabled in the software.
1.
Disconnect the AC power supply and the backup battery.
2.
Short-circuit the ‘resetting to factory default’ pads.
3.
Power up the system.
Quick flash of the red LED indicator on the printed circuit board of the AMAX panel
indicates that the factory default is reset.
P
All programming parameters and recorded voice messages are reset to factory default
immediately after releasing the short-circuited bonding pads.
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Notice!
If the default pads are short-circuited for over 10 seconds after power-up, the AMAX panel
discards resetting to factory default.
7.6
Outputs and Sirens
7.6.1
Outputs
Onboard / Extension Output
The AMAX panel is equipped with on-board outputs and supports DX3010 output extension
modules with each extension module supporting 8 relay outputs.
When on-board output 1 or 2 fails due to a short circuit or an open circuit, as long as there is a
backup power supply, the output fault will not affect the normal operation of the whole
system, but will be detected by the system.
Each output is programmable and can be set to follow multiple events.
Depending on the type of the output event, the output parameters can be defined as area
output or follow zone alarm output. The output polarity of each output can be programmed
and defined as one of the following modes: continuous output, pulse output or inverted
output.
The maximum output time is specified by programming and will automatically be reset after
expiration.
Output Events - Overview
Output event
Description
Output area / zone
00
Not Used
No
01
System Disarmed
0 = All areas
02
System Armed
03
System Alarm
04
System Alarm (audible and silent)
05
External AWAY Siren
06
External STAY Siren
07
Internal Siren
08
Internal Siren with Tamper
09
Entry / Exit delay Warning
10
Telephone Line Fault
11
AC Power Supply Fault
12
Low Battery
13
Tamper
14
External Fault
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1 – 16 = areas 1 – 16*
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All Faults
16
Fire Alarm
17
Fire Reset
18
AWAY Armed
19
STAY Armed
20
Reset
0 = Any area
1 – 16 = areas 1 – 16*
0 = All areas
1 – 16 = areas 1 – 16*
0 = Any area
1 – 16 = areas 1 – 16*
21
Follow Zone Event Zone Number
Zone number 1 – 64*
22
RF Keyfob Button 3 (e.g. garage
0 = Any area
door)
1 – 16 = areas 1 – 16*
23
RF Keyfob Button 4 (e.g. light)
24
Chime Indication
25
Verified Alarm
26
Unverified Alarm
27
Technical Alarm
28
Bypassed Zone
29
Ready to Arm
30
Walk Test Output Mode
31
24h Alarm
32
24h Panic Alarm
33
Medical Alarm
34
RF Power Fault
0 = Any repeater
35
Follow Zone
0 = Any area
0 = All areas 1 – 16 = Areas 1 – 16*
0 = Any area
1 – 16 = areas 1 – 16
1 – 16 = areas 1 – 16
36
Schedule
Table 7.4: The value ranges of output event options
* AMAX 2100 areas 1 - 2 zones 1 - 8
AMAX 3000 areas 1 - 8 zones 1 - 32
AMAX 4000 areas 1 - 16 zones 1 - 64
Output Events – Detailed description
00 - Not Used
01 – System Disarmed
The output is operated in the following cases:
–
The system is disarmed after a system reset.
–
The system operated the disarm command.
The output is reset in the following cases:
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The system is armed.
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The programmed output time ends.
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02 - System Armed
The output is operated in the following cases:
–
The system is armed after a system reset.
–
The system operated the arm command. (After the exit time ends.)
The output is reset in the following cases:
–
The system is disarmed.
–
The programmed output time ends.
If the output time is set to 000, the output will continue until the system is disarmed.
03 - System Alarm
This output is operated when an alarm occurs.
The output is reset in the following cases:
–
The system is disarmed and alarm is reset.
–
The programmed output time ends.
In case of a new alarm, the output time will be reset.
If the output time is set to 000, the output will continue until the zone is restored or the
system is disarmed.
04 - System Alarm (audible and silent)
This output is operated in case of an audio alarm of the system:
–
Zone (alarm or tamper) programmed to disable zone silent alarm
–
System tamper / DX2010 tamper / keypad tamper
–
Keypad alarm (emergency alarm, fire alarm, medical aid alarm)
This output also operates in case of a silent alarm of the system:
–
Zone (alarm or tamper) programmed to enable zone silent alarm.
The output is reset in the following cases:
–
The alarm is reset.
–
The system is armed.
–
The system is disarmed.
In case of a new alarm, the output time will be reset.
If the output time is set to 000 and the alarm siren sounds time to 0, the output will continue
until the alarm output is reset or the system is disarmed by entering your code + [3] [2] + [#].
The output of the following system alarms is only one second:
–
Alarm siren test
–
Pacing (tamper / alarm / reset)
–
Key switch arming or locking key switch disarming
05 - External AWAY Siren
The output is operated in the following cases:
–
The system is in AWAY mode and a zone intruder alarm (intruder alarm = instant / interior
instant / delay / interior delay / delay exit / interior delay exit / follower / interior
follower / 24h (can be silenced) / fire (can be silenced) / technical alarm (can be
silenced)) occurs.
–
The system is in AWAY mode and a tamper alarm occurs.
(No output is operated when the system is disarmed.)
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06 - External STAY Siren
The output is operated in the following cases:
–
The system is in STAY mode and a zone intruder alarm (intruder alarm = instant / interior
instant / delay / interior delay / delay exit / interior delay exit / follower / interior
follower / 24h (can be silenced) / fire (can be silenced) / technical alarm (can be
silenced)) occurs.
–
The system is in STAY mode and a tamper alarm occurs.
(No output is operated when the system is disarmed.)
07 - Internal Siren
The output is operated in the following cases:
–
The system is in AWAY mode and a zone intruder alarm (intruder alarm = instant / interior
instant / delay / interior delay / delay exit / interior delay exit / follower / interior
follower / 24h (can be silenced) / fire (can be silenced) / technical alarm (can be
silenced)) occurs.
–
The system is in AWAY mode and a tamper alarm occurs.
–
The system is in STAY mode and a zone intruder alarm (intruder alarm = instant / interior
instant / delay / interior delay / delay exit / interior delay exit / follower / interior
follower / 24h (can be silenced) / fire (can be silenced) / technical alarm (can be
silenced)) occurs.
–
The system is in AWAY mode and a tamper alarm occurs.
–
The system is disarmed and a zone tamper alarm occurs.
When the system is armed the output mode is a one pulse activation (1sec) (enabled / disable
option can be combined with disarm).
When the system is disarmed the output mode is a two pulse activation (1sec) (enabled /
disable option can be combined with arm).
When programming mode is entered the output mode is a one pulse activation (1sec)
(enabled / disable option).
08 - Internal Siren with Tamper
The output is operated when an internal siren with tamper occurs.
09 - Entry/Exit Delay Warning
Entry Delay Warning
This output is operated during the entry time.
The output is reset in the following cases:
–
The system is disarmed.
–
The entry time expires.
–
The programmed output time ends.
Exit Delay Warning
This output is operated during the exit time when the system is armed.
The output is reset in the following cases:
–
The system is disarmed.
–
The exit time expires.
–
The programmed output time ends.
If the output time is set to 000, the output will continue until the delay warning time ends.
10 - Telephone Line Fault
This output is operated when a telephone line fault occurs.
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The output is reset in the following cases:
–
The telephone line is restored and the fault is reset.
–
The programmed output time ends.
If the output time is set to 000, the output will continue until the telephone line is restored
and the fault is reset.
11 - AC Power Supply Fault
This output is operated when an AC power fault occurs.
The output is reset in the following cases:
–
The AC power supply is restored and the fault is reset.
–
The programmed output time ends.
If the output time is set to 000, the output will continue until the AC power supply is restored
and the fault is reset.
12 – Battery fault
This output is operated when a low battery fault occurs.
The dynamic battery test is performed every four hours after the system is powered up and
every time the system is armed.
The output is reset in the following cases:
–
A dynamic battery test reports that the backup battery voltage is normal and the fault is
reset.
–
The programmed output time ends.
If the output time is set to 000, the output will continue until the battery is restored and the
fault is reset.
13 - Tamper
This output is operated when a tamper occurs.
The output is reset when the programmed output time ends.
If the output time is set to 000, the output will continue until the tamper condition is restored
and the tamper is reset.
14 - External Fault
This output is operated when an external fault occurs.
The output is reset when the programmed output time ends.
If the output time is set to 000, the output will continue until the external fault is restored and
the fault is reset.
15 - All Faults
This output is operated when a fault occurs.
The output is reset when the programmed output time ends.
If the output time is set to 000, the output will continue until the fault is restored and the fault
is reset.
16 - Fire Alarm
This output is operated when a fire alarm occurs.
17 - Fire Reset
This output is operated when a fire alarm is reset.
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18 - AWAY Armed
This output is operated when the system is in AWAY mode.
The output is reset when the programmed output time ends.
If the output time is set to 000, the output will continue until the system is disarmed.
19 - STAY Armed
This output is operated when system is in STAY mode.
The output is reset when the programmed output time ends.
If the output time is set to 000, the output will continue until the system is disarmed.
20 - Reset
This output is operated when a reset is performed in the system.
21 - Follow Zone Event Zone Number
This output imitates the zone alarm state. The output is operated when an alarm or a tamper
is generated in the corresponding zone.
The output is reset when the system arming or disarming or the output time ends.
22 - RF Keyfob Button 3
If the output time of this output is set to 000, the keyfob button 3 works as a toggle:
This output is operated when the keyfob button 3 is pressed.
The output is reset when the keyfob button 3 is pressed again.
23 - RF Keyfob Button 4
If the output time of this output is set to 000, the keyfob button 4 works as a toggle:
This output is operated when keyfob button 4 is pressed.
The output is reset when the keyfob button 4 is pressed again.
24 - Chime Indication
This output is operated when a chime indication occurs.
25 - Verified Alarm
This output is operated when a verified alarm occurs.
26 - Unverified Alarm
This output is operated when an unverified alarm occurs.
27 - Technical Alarm
This output is operated when a technical alarm occurs.
28 - Bypassed Zone
This output is operated when a zone is bypassed.
29 - Ready to Arm
This output is operated when the system is in ready to arm state.
30 – Walk Test Output Mode
This output is operated when the system is in walk test mode.
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31 – 24h Alarm
This output is operated when a 24h alarm occurs. This output works only a 24-hour zone.
The output is reset when the 24h alarm is reset or the output time ends.
32 – 24h Panic Alarm
This output is operated when a 24h panic alarm occurs. This output works only on zone type
10.
The output is reset when the 24h panic alarm is reset or the output time ends.
33 – Medical Alarm
This output is operated when a medical alarm occurs.
The output is reset when the medical alarm is reset or the output time ends.
34 – RF Power Fault
The output is operated in the following cases:
–
The battery of the RF transmitter is low.
–
The battery of the RF repeater is low.
–
An AC power fault of the RF repeater occurs.
The output is reset in the following cases:
–
The RF power is normal and the system is reset.
–
The programmed output time ends.
35 – Follow Zone
This output imitates the zone state. The output is operated according to the corresponding
zone.
The output is reset according to the corresponding zone.
36 - Schedule
This output is operated when a schedule is enabled.
The output is reset when the schedule is reset or the output time ends.
Output Mode
Three different output modes are available.
0 - Continuous output
The output is continuous, the level is high.
1 - Pulse output
The output occurs in pulses, the period is 1 second.
2- Continuous inverted output
The output is continuous, the level is low (level is high in idle state). When PO-1 or PO-2 is set
to inverted, supervision is disabled for these outputs.
Output Time
Each output is operated for a specific time and resets at the end of output time.
The actual output time of system audio alarm, system alarm, and follow zone event is related
to the ringing of the alarm siren.
The possible output time value range is 0 – 999 seconds.
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Sirens
Alarm Siren Ringing Time
The alarm siren ringing time is valid only when the keypad alarm tone is enabled. When an
audio alarm occurs in the system, the alarm siren begins to ring. After a valid arming /
disarming command, an alarm reset or after the alarm siren ringing duration ends, the alarm
siren stops ringing.
For programming of alarm time, refer to Output Programming, page 132.
Beep For Warning Devices
Enables / disables beep for warning devices when the system is armed, disarmed, or during
walk test.
Internal Siren Beep as Indication
Enables / disables internal siren beep as indication when the system is armed, disarmed, or
programming mode is entered.
Silence Warning Device When Disarmed
Enables / disables silence warning device when disarmed or by pressing any key.
7.7
RF Devices
7.7.1
RF Options
RF Receiver Functionality
Enables or disables RF receiver functionality.
RF Supervision Interval
Disables or defines RF Supervision Interval. The interval can be set to 1, 2, 4, 12, 24, or 25
hours.
RF Jam Detect Level
Defines RF jam detect level. The range is from 0 to 15 where 0 is most sensitive.
RF Device Low Level Battery Resound
Disables or sets the interval for keypad acoustic indication of RF device low level battery fault.
Siren Beep Arm / Disarm (RF Keyfob)
Enables or disables keypad acoustic indication on arm / disarm.
Keyfob Panic Option
Defines the behavior when keyfob panic button is pressed. The option can be set to no alarm,
silent alarm, or non silent alarm.
7.7.2
RF Devices / User
RF User
Keyfobs are designed for arming and disarming the system remotely, trigger a panic alarm, or
for additional control functionality.
To operate the buttons, press and hold either button for at least one sec in order to use the
desired feature.
The AMAX panel identifies keyfob users by device RFID. AMAX Keypad programming supports
entering RFID automatically for Radion devices.
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When the keyfob RFID is asked for, press [*] for 3s to toggle between AUTO and
MANUAL mode.
When MANUAL is selected, enter the 9-digit RFID manually.
When AUTO is selected, trigger the RF device and the RFID is entered automatically.
RF Repeater
The AMAX panel identifies repeater devices by device RFID. AMAX Keypad programming
supports entering RFID automatically for Radion devices.
4
When the repeater RFID is asked for, press [*] for 3s to toggle between AUTO and
MANUAL mode.
When MANUAL is selected, enter the 9-digit RFID manually.
When AUTO is selected, trigger the RF device and the RFID is entered automatically.
RF Sensor Diagnose
The AMAX panel supports diagnostic feature for RF sensors. The keypad diagnose displays
signal/noise ratio distance. In dependency of the rating, the AMAX panel displays the numbers
of the RFID or RELOCATE. The AMAX panel keeps on polling for the signal and updates the
indication on a regular basis.
RF Repeater Diagnose
The AMAX panel supports diagnostic feature for RF repeaters. The keypad diagnose displays
signal/noise ratio distance. In dependency of the rating, the AMAX panel displays the numbers
of the RFID or RELOCATE. The AMAX panel keeps on polling for the signal and updates the
indication on a regular basis.
Clear RF devices
The AMAX panel provides the option to clear all RF devices in a step.
7.8
Key Programming
Programming with the ICP-EZPK Programming Key
The ICP-EZPK Programming Key allows you to save or copy programming information from
your AMAX panel. After saving information in the programming key, you can easily program
other AMAX panels with the same programming data. You can also use the programming key to
back up existing information.
4
If you have a new programming key, enter the programming mode, program the system as
required, and connect the programming key to the AMAX panel.
To connect the programming key:
4
Connect the programming key to the plug on top of the printed circuit board (PCB) of the
AMAX panel.
Notice!
Please note that the direction of the programming key should be consistent with the direction
marked on the PCB.
For example: How to copy data from the AMAX panel to the programming key:
1. Enter the installer code [1234] + [958] and press [#] to enter the programming mode.
2.
Enter [962] + [#].
3.
Copy the AMAX panel memory to the programming key.
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Enter [960] + [#] to exit the programming mode.
P
The system resets and returns to the disarmed state. The programming key becomes your
standard data pattern for future AMAX panel programming.
Caution!
If you do not enter the programming mode first, which connects the blank ICP-EZPK
!
Programming Key (blue) to the AMAX panel, no data can be uploaded / downloaded.
An unknown error may be caused if the programming mode is not exited before removing the
programming key.
Programming Key
With the programming key, the programming parameters of the current AMAX panel can be
transferred to other systems with the same applications.
Copying Parameters of the Alarm AMAX Panel to the Key
How to copy the programming data of the memory of the AMAX panel onto the programming
key with the keypad:
1.
Connect the programming key to the plug on top of the Printed Circuit Board (PCB) of
the AMAX panel. Please note that the direction of the programming key should be
consistent with the direction marked on the PCB.
2.
Select text keypad installation menu ADDRESS / KEY PROGR – COPY DATA TO KEY and
press [#].
After successfully copying the programming data of the AMAX panel to the programming
key, a confirmation tone occurs. Wrong prompt tone and display of Failure of AMAX
Panel Parameters to Key indicate a damage of the programming key data. In this case,
the data needs to be copied onto the programming key again.
3.
Unplug the programming key from the AMAX panel.
LED/LCD keypads can also be used to copy the AMAX panel parameters to key parameters.
Copying Key Parameters to the AMAX Panel
How to copy the programming data of the programming key onto the alarm center.
1.
Connect the programming key to the Printed Circuit Board (PCB) plug of the AMAX panel.
Please note that the direction of the programming key should be consistent with the
direction marked on the PCB.
2.
Select text keypad installation menu ADDRESS / KEY PROGRAM – COPY DATA TO
PANEL and press [#].
After successfully copying the programming data in the programming key to the AMAX
panel, a confirmation tone occurs. Wrong prompt tone and display of Failure of Key
Parameters to AMAX Panel indicate a damage of the programming key data. In this case,
the data needs to be copied onto the AMAX panel again.
3.
Unplug the programming key from the AMAX panel.
LED/LCD keypads can also be used to copy key parameters to the AMAX panel.
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Configuration
This chapter describes how to configure the settings of the AMAX panel. The settings can be
configured either via a text keypad or via the PC software A-Link Plus.
For detailed description of the possible settings please refer to Settings, page 32.
8.1
Programming with the Keypad
8.1.1
Text Keypad Programming
Access to the Menus
Accessing the Programming Menu
1. Confirm that the system is disarmed.
2.
Enter the installer code. The default setting for the installer code is [1234].
The system displays [958] PROGR. MODE [-EXIT].
3.
Enter [958] + press [#].
P
You have now access to the programming menu for configuring the AMAX system.
P
The STAY and AWAY indicators flash to indicate the programming mode.
Accessing the User Menu
4 Enter the user code. The default setting for the user code is [2580].
P
The system displays [▼/▲] USER MENU *STAY #AWAY [-] INFO.
P
You have now access to the user menu for operating the AMAX system.
Navigation of the Menus
This section provides an overview of how to navigate the programming menu of a text keypad.
Selecting a Menu
1. Select the menu and operate according to the menu prompt.
2.
Press [▼] or [▲] to navigate to the desired menu.
3.
Press [#] to enter a menu.
Exiting a Menu
4 Press [–] to get back to the previous menu.
Confirming the Input
4 Press [#] to confirm the input.
Switching between Settings
4 Press and hold [*] for 3 seconds to switch between settings.
Operating a Menu
1. Operate according to the menu prompt.
Select the menu and enter data for specific programming items according to the display
on the keypad to complete the programming, step by step.
2.
Press [#] to confirm each step.
Exiting the Programming Menu
1. Complete all programming input by repeating the programming steps above and press [–]
to get back to the current main menu level by level.
2.
Press [–] to get to the EXIT PROG. +SAVE menu.
It is optional to save or not to save the programming data.
1.
Select EXIT PROG. +SAVE and press [#] to save the data and to exit the programming
2.
Select EXIT PROG. UNSAVED and press [#] to exit programming mode without saving
mode.
the data.
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Programming Menu Structure
The following graphics show an overview of the programming menu structure displayed on a
text keypad.
Figure 8.1: Communications and Reporting Manager
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Figure 8.2: Communications and Reporting Manager (continued)
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Figure 8.3: Code Manager
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Figure 8.4: Zone Manager
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Figure 8.5: Zone Manager (continued)
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Figure 8.6: Keypad and Area Manager
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Figure 8.7: System Manager
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Figure 8.8: Output Manager
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Figure 8.9: RF Manager
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Figure 8.10: Address and Key Programming
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LED/LCD Keypad Programming
An LED/LCD keypad can be used to program the system but only works with address
programming (please refer to Address Programming, page 105) as the programming menu can
not be displayed on the LED/LCD keypad. Therefore it is recommended to use a text keypad
or the PC software A-Link Plus for programming the system.
Access to the Menus
Accessing the Programming Menu
1. Confirm that the system is disarmed.
2.
Enter the installer code. The default setting for the installer code is 1234.
3.
Enter [958] + press the [#] key.
P
The STAY and AWAY indicators flash to indicate the programming mode.
Accessing the User Menu
4 Enter the user code. The default setting for the user code is 2580.
P
You have now access to the user menu for operating the AMAX system.
Navigation of the Menus
This section gives an overview of how to navigate while programming with a LED/LCD keypad.
Programming an Option
1. Enter the required address and enter the desired data value.
2.
Press [*] to confirm.
3.
Press [#] to exit.
4.
Repeat step 1 if you want to program multiple options.
Exiting the Programming Mode
4 Complete all programming input by repeating the programming steps above and press
[–].
It is optional to save or not to save the programming data.
1.
Enter [960] and press [#] to save the data and to exit the programming mode.
2.
Enter [959] and press [#] to exit programming mode without saving the data.
For LED/LCD keypads, the programming data is displayed by the number indicators, as
described in the graphic below.
Programming Data Indicators
Data
Value
Zone Indicators
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Mains
0
1
2
3
4
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X
X
X
5
X
6
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X
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X
X
X
13
X
14
X
X
15
X
X
X
Notice!
When the programming data exceeds the display range of the LED/LCD number indicators,
there will be no display on the keypad.
8.2
PC Programming
The AMAX panel supports remote programming via USB, telephone, or IP network using the
software A-Link Plus. The following option can be performed:
–
Setting the date and time
–
Uploading / downloading programming parameters
–
Remote arming / disarming of each area
–
Enabling / disabling the alarm siren of each area
–
Enabling / disabling each output
Common settings for all types of connections
1. Select Customer –Open Customer from the menu bar of the A-Link Plus program.
The Customer Information index sheet opens.
2.
Select the Control Panel Configuration index sheet.
Control Panel Type
4 Select the control panel type.
Subscriber Number
1. Select the item Communication and Report manager – Receiver setting in the same
index sheet.
2.
Make sure that the value for subscriber number 1 is the same as currently programmed in
AMAX panel as receiver 1.
3.
The value is 000000, when the firmware of the AMAX panel was upgraded or when the
AMAX panel has factory settings.
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Figure 8.11: AMAX panel configuration – subscriber number
Installer code
1. Select the item Code manager in the same index sheet.
2.
Make sure that the value for the parameter Installer code is the same as currently
programmed in the AMAX panel.
The value is 1234, when firmware of the AMAX panel was upgraded or when the AMAX panel
has factory settings.
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Figure 8.12: AMAX panel configuration – installer code
8.2.1
Direct Connection
The direct connection function allows establishing a connection from the remote PC to the
AMAX panel via USB cable.
1.
Plug the cable into the USB port of the AMAX panel and connect the other side of this
cable to a USB port of the PC running the A-Link Plus software.
2.
Install the USB driver. The device driver is located in the A-Link plus software path
(example: C\\program files (x86)\Bosch Security System\A-Link Plus\USB_DRIVER).
The installation creates an additional COM device on the PC.
3.
When the installation has finished, identify the COM port associated to this device.
4.
Select File – Communication Settings.
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Figure 8.13: Selecting Communication Settings
The Communication Setting dialog box opens.
4
Make sure that the value for direct link port is the same as the port created by the USB
driver installation.
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Figure 8.14: Communication Setting – Selecting the direct link port
How to create a new customer
1. Select Customer –New Customer from the menu bar of the A-Link Plus program.
The Customer Information index sheet opens.
2.
Select the Link index sheet.
3.
Select the communication model Direct Connect.
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Figure 8.15: Link – Selecting Direct Connect
8.2.2
4
Click on the Connect button.
P
The computer is connected to the AMAX panel. The button label changes to Disconnect.
Modem Connection
Telephone Remote Connection
The telephone remote connection function allows establishing a connection from the remote
PC to the AMAX panel through telephone network.
Number of rings, the call back telephone number, and the telephone remote connection
enabled function are set on the AMAX panel. For more information, refer to Communication
Operations Programming, page 109.
1.
Run RPS on the remote PC and set relevant parameters in relevant operating interfaces.
2.
Select File - Communication Settings.
The Communication Setting dialog box opens.
3.
Set the modem related parameters.
4.
Click on the Save button.
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Figure 8.16: Communication Setting - Setting the modem parameters
Notice!
The modem string settings in the above figure are only used when the default modem string is
not used.
If the default modem string is used, activate the parameter Using the default modem string
in the index sheet Link (after selecting Customer - Open Customer from the menu bar of the
A-Link Plus program and selecting the Control Panel Configuration index sheet).
In this case the values of above figure are ignored.
Instead the following string is used: AT&CI&D2X0&Q0S7=255S9=0+MS=B103B17
How to create a new customer
1. Select Customer –New Customer from the menu bar of the A-Link Plus program.
The Customer Information index sheet opens.
2.
3.
Enter relevant customer information. The Customer Number is mandatory.
Enter the telephone number connected to the AMAX panel in Control Panel Phone
Number. The AMAX panel telephone number does not need to be set for manual
connection.
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Figure 8.17: Customer Information – Creating a new customer
There are two methods how to connect:
Automatic dialing connection:
1.
Select the Link index sheet.
2.
Select the communication model Modem Connect.
3.
Click on the Connect button.
P
The computer is connected to the AMAX panel.
Manual dialing connection:
1.
Select the Link index sheet.
2.
Select the communication model Modem Connect.
3.
Click on the Wait for Incoming Call button.
4.
Initiate callback call from the AMAX panel via the keypad: Enter the subscriber number
and press [5] [7] + [#].
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Figure 8.18: Link – Selecting Modem Connect
After the telephone is successfully connected, RPS will disconnect from the AMAX panel after
5 minutes of idling.
8.2.3
IP Connection
IP Remote Connection
The IP remote connection function allows to establish a connection from the remote PC to the
AMAX panel through LAN or WAN. The remote monitoring center should be installed remote
programming software like A-Link Plus and perform related IP address, programming in order
to apply this function in LAN (support DHCP) and WAN.
1.
Set receiver 1 subscriber number and network remote settings programming, i.e. enter
the DHCP update time on the AMAX panel.
2.
Run RPS on the remote PC and set relevant parameters in relevant operating interfaces.
3.
Select File - Communication Settings.
4.
Select the local IP address. If there are multiple IP addressed in the pull-down list, ensure
The Communication Setting dialog box opens.
to select the latest local IP address and enter the local port. For more information refer to
Communication Operations Programming, page 109.
5.
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Figure 8.19: Communication Setting – Selecting the local IP address
How to create a new customer
1. Select Customer –New Customer from the menu bar of the A-Link Plus program.
The Customer Information index sheet opens.
2.
Enter relevant customer information. The Customer Number is mandatory.
The IP address and port number of the AMAX panel are the IP address and port number of the
communication module 1 installed in the AMAX panel, and will be used when the AMAX panel
uses fixed IP address and port number.
4
If the fixed IP address and port number are not known after the UDP data packet
transmitted by the AMAX panel is received and the subscriber number of receiver 1 has
been set in the Control Panel Configuration index sheet, directly click on the Connect
button in the Link index sheet.
The prompt information will recommend the subscriber number and the AMAX panel receives
the IP address and port number of last time.
Under DHCP environment, it is not necessary to set Control Panel IP address and Control
Panel Port.
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Figure 8.20: Customer Information – Creating a new customer
There are two methods how to connect:
Automatic IP connection:
1.
Select the Link index sheet.
2.
Select the communication model Network Connect(UDP).
3.
Click on the Connect button.
P
The computer is connected to the AMAX panel.
Manual IP connection:
1.
Select the Link index sheet.
2.
Select the communication model Network Connect(UDP).
3.
Click on the Wait for Incoming Call button.
4.
Initiate IP connection from the AMAX panel via the keypad: Enter the subscriber number
and press [5] [7] + [#].
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Figure 8.21: Link – Selecting Network Connect
After the IP address is successfully connected, RPS will disconnect from the AMAX panel after
5 minutes of idling if you select the “Auto disconnect when idle connection exceeds 5
minutes” option.
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Address Programming
The control panel programming options are stored in a non-volatile flash memory. This
memory has all relevant configuration and user-specific data even after a total power loss.
Because the data retention time is quite long without power, reprogramming is not required
after powering up the control panel.
Programming with keypad is possible only when all of zones in the system are in disarmed
status and no alarm is activated. The installer code is required for programming.
Notice!
It is not recommended to use other keypads or methods simultaneously to program the
system while programming with the current keypad.
The following chapters show an overview of all relevant programming options and their
addresses according to the descriptions in the chapter Settings, page 32.
9.1
Communication and Report Programming
9.1.1
Receiver Programming
Receiver No.
Option
Address
Default
1
Transmission format for receiver (0 = not
0023
1
Telephone number / IP address and port
0000 – 0016
15
Subscriber ID number (0 – 9, B – F)
0017 – 0022
000000
Anti-replay for receiver (0 = disabled, 1 =
0024
1
0025 – 0026
05
0027 – 0029
001
0140
1
0141 – 0142
06
0143 – 0158
000001
used, 1 = CID, 2= SIA, 3 = Conettix IP, 4 = SIA
DC 09, 5 = SIA DC09 (2x ID))
EN=1
enabled)
Acknowledge wait time for receiver (05 - 99
seconds )
Network polling time for receiver (001 - 999
minutes )
DC09 data format (1 = ADM-CID, 2 = SIADCS)
DC09 acct1 length (3 – 16, all other input is
treated as “3”)
DC09 acct1 (0 - 9 = 0 - 9, 10=A, 11=B, 12=C,
13=D, 14=E, 15=F)
000000
0000
DC09 acct2 length length (3 – 16, all other
0159 – 0160
06
input is treated as “3”)
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DC09 acct2 (0 - 9 = 0 - 9, 10=A, 11=B, 12=C,
0161 – 0176
13=D, 14=E, 15=F)
000001
000000
0000
DC09 Lpref (0 - 9 = 0 - 9, 10=A, 11=B, 12=C,
0184 – 0189
000000
0177
0
0178 – 183
000001
Transmission format for receiver
0053
1
Telephone number / IP address and port
0030 – 0046
15
Subscriber ID number
0047 – 0052
000000
Anti-replay for receiver
0054
1
Acknowledge wait time for receiver
0055 – 0056
05
Network polling time for receiver
0057 – 0059
001
DC09 data format
0260
1
DC09 acct1 length
0261 – 0262
06
DC09 acct1
0263 – 0278
000002
13=D, 14=E, 15=F)
DC09 Rrcvr enable (0 = disabled, other =
enabled)
DC09 Rrcvr (0 - 9 = 0 - 9, 10=A, 11=B, 12=C,
13=D, 14=E, 15=F)
2
EN=1
000000
0000
DC09 acct2 length
0279 – 0280
06
DC09 acct2
0281 – 0296
000002
000000
0000
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0304 – 0309
000000
DC09 Rrcvr enable
0297
0
DC09 Rrcvr
0298 – 0303
000001
Transmission format for receiver
0083
1
Telephone number / IP address and port
0060 – 0076
15
Subscriber ID number
0077 – 0082
000000
Anti-replay for receiver
0084
1
Acknowledge wait time for receiver
0085 – 086
05
Network polling time for receiver
0087 – 089
001
DC09 data format
0380
1
DC09 acct1 length
0381 – 0383
06
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DC09 acct1
0383 – 0398
107
000003
000000
0000
DC09 acct2 length
0399 – 0400
06
DC09 acct2
0401 – 0416
000003
000000
0000
4
DC09 Lpref
0424 – 0429
000000
DC09 Rrcvr enable
0417
0
DC09 Rrcvr
0418 – 0423
000001
Transmission format for receiver
0113
1
Telephone number / IP address and port
0090 – 0106
15
Subscriber ID number
0107 – 0112
000000
Anti-replay for receiver
0114
1
Acknowledge wait time for receiver
0115 – 0116
05
Network polling time for receiver
0117 – 0119
001
DC09 data format
0500
1
DC09 acct1 length
0501 – 0502
06
DC09 acct1
0503 – 0518
000004
EN=1
000000
0000
DC09 acct2 length
0519 – 0520
06
DC09 acct2
0521 – 0536
000004
000000
0000
DC09 Lpref
0544 – 0549
000000
DC09 Rrcvr enable
0537
0
DC09 Rrcvr
0538 – 0543
000001
Notice!
Enter a telephone number when the Contact ID or SIA is selected. Enter an IP address and
port number when the Conettix IP is selected. Anti-replay for receiver, acknowledge wait time
for receiver, and network polling time for receiver are valid only when Conettix IP is used.
How to set a telephone number:
For telephone number programming, refer to How to Program Telephone Numbers, page 110.
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How to set the IP address and port number:
The IP address is programmed with the 17 digits: Digits 1 - 12 for the IP address of the
receiver and 13 - 17 for the port.
It is not necessary to enter dots in programming, but 0 must be entered ahead of the digit to
make up 3 digits when each IP address unit is fewer than 3 digits. 0 must be entered ahead of
the digit to make up 5 digits when the port is fewer than 5 digits.
Example:
Receiver IP address 128.73.168.7, port 7700, should be entered as the following: 128 073 168
007 07700
9.1.2
Reports Programming
System Reports
Option
Address
Default
Zone status restore report
0120
6
AWAY arming / disarming report
0121
6 EN=1/5/6/7
STAY arming / disarming report
0122
6 EN=1/5/6/7
System status report (zone fail, comm. fail, telephone line 0123
6
EN=1/5/6/7
fail, AC fail, low battery and so on.)
Keypad panic alarm report
0124
0
Keypad fire alarm report
0125
0
Keypad medical alarm report
0126
0
Automatic test report
0127
6
EN=1/5/6/7
0 = no report, 1 = receiver 1, 2 = receiver 2, 3 = receiver 3, 4 = receiver 4, 5 = receiver 1,2,3,
and 4, 6 = receiver 1 (2,3, and 4 for backup), 7 = receiver 1 (2 for backup) and receiver 3 (4
for backup)
Notice!
When the transmission format for receiver in the receiver programming is set to 0 (not used),
i.e. setting the report option as sending report to a receiver, then the AMAX panel will actually
not send any report.
Automatic Test Report
Option
Address
Default
Automatic test report time: interval
0128 – 0129
00 = Do not use timing report , 01 - 24 = 1 - 24 hours
Automatic report time: hour
24 VDS-A
EN=1-24
0130 – 0131
99
00 - 99 = 0 - 99 hours, others = do not use real-time report
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Automatic report time: minute
0132 – 0133
99
0134 – 0136
000
Option
Address
Default
AC fault domestic no. (0 = no report,
0137
0
Option
Address
Default
AC fault report by receiver (0 – 7)
0138
6
Option
Address
Default
System status report by domestic (0 = no report,
0139
0
Option
Address
Default
Dual IP Settings (0 = 1 IP module, 1 = 2 IP modules)
0990
1
109
00 - 99 = 0 - 99 minutes, others = do not use real-time
report
Automatic report expiry time
000 – 999 = 000 – 999 minutes
AC Fault Domestic No.
1 = destination 1,
2 = destination 2,
3 = destination 3,
4 = destination 4,
5 = destination 1, 2, 3 and 4,
6 = destination 1 (2, 3, 4 for backup),
7 = destination 1, 3 (2, 4 for backup))
AC Fault Report by Receiver
System Status Report by Domestic
1 = destination 1,
2 = destination 2,
3 = destination 3,
4 = destination 4,
5 = destination 1, 2, 3 and 4,
6 = destination 1 (2, 3, 4 for backup),
7 = destination 1, 3 (2, 4 for backup))
9.1.3
Communication Operations Programming
Dual IP Settings
Notice!
Dual IP settings are valid only when used in the Conettix IP format. This programming option
is valid for B426 and ITS-DX4020-G modules. ITS-DX4020-G cannot be set as No. 2 IP module.
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Module
Address
ITS-DX4020-G module or B426- module 1
0134
B426 module 2
0250
Remote Access to Panel when Panel Is Armed
Option
Address
Default
Remote access to panel when panel is armed (0 =
0929
1
Option
Address
Default
Remote PC IP address
0930 – 0941
15
Remote PC port number
0942 – 0946
15
AMAX panel DHCP update time (hours)
0947
15
Remote Programming (0 = disabled, 1 = enabled)
0970
1
Option
Address
Default
Call back setting (0 = disabled, 1 = enabled)
0972
0
Call back telephone number (see How to Program
0974 – 0989
15
Option
Address
Default
Domestic telephone number 1
1496 – 1511
15
Domestic telephone number 2
1512 – 1527
15
Domestic telephone number 3
1528 – 1543
15
Domestic telephone number 4
1544 – 1559
15
disabled, 1 = enabled)
Remote PC Setting
Call Back Setting
Telephone Numbers, page 110)
Domestic Telephone Number
See How to Program Telephone Numbers, page 110.
If the default value15 is set as the first digits of the telephone number, the domestic
telephone alarm function is disabled. If set to other positions, it marks the end of the
telephone number.
How to Program Telephone Numbers
Telephone number
Programming input
Telephone number
Programming input
required
key
required
key
0
0
7
7
1
1
8
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2
9
9
3
3
*
11
4
4
#
12
5
5
4 seconds pause
13
6
6
15
15
111
Ring Count
Option
Address
Default
Ring count (0 = The panel does not answer any incoming
0973
14
calls.
1 – 13 = Number of rings until the control panel answers.
14 = The control panel is called, the phone is allowed to
ring only twice and hangs up. After 8 seconds the control
panel is called again and answers to the first ring.
15 = The control panel is called and the phone is allowed
to ring only four times.)
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9.2
User and Code Programming
9.2.1
User Code Programming
User no.
Option
Address
Default
01 (master
Authority level (0 = master 1, 1 = master 2, 2 =
5993
0
code 1)
super, 3 = general, 4 = arm only, 5 = duress, 6 –
5994 – 5997
0000
5998
7
User code
5999 – 6005
258000
Keyfob RFID
6006 – 6014
15
15 = no authority)
Area selection (BIT mask:
–
Area 1 -- 0000 0000 0000 0001 (0x0001)
–
Area 2 -- 0000 0000 0000 0010 (0x0002)
–
Area 3 -- 0000 0000 0000 0100 (0x0004)
–
Area 4 -- 0000 0000 0000 1000 (0x0008)
–
Area 5 -- 0000 0000 0001 0000 (0x0010)
–
Area 6 -- 0000 0000 0010 0000 (0x0020)
–
Area 7 -- 0000 0000 0100 0000 (0x0040)
–
Area 8 -- 0000 0000 1000 0000 (0x0080)
–
Area 9 -- 0000 0001 0000 0000 (0x0100)
–
Area 10 -- 0000 0010 0000 0000 (0x0200)
–
Area 11 -- 0000 0100 0000 0000 (0x0400)
–
Area 12 -- 0000 1000 0000 0000 (0x0800)
–
Area 13 -- 0001 0000 0000 0000 (0x1000)
–
Area 14 -- 0010 0000 0000 0000 (0x2000)
–
Area 15 -- 0100 0000 0000 0000 (0x4000)
–
Area 16 -- 1000 0000 0000 0000 (0x8000))
Macro play right (BIT mask:
–
Play macro 1 right -- 0001 (0x1)
–
Play macro 2 right -- 0010 (0x2)
–
Play macro 3 right -- 0100 (0x4))
Keyfob button 3 option (0 = continuous output, 6015
0
1 = toggle output, 2 = STAY arm)
02 (master
code 2)
03 (as an
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Area selection
6018 – 6021
0000
Macro play right
6022
7
User code
6023 – 6028
258000
Keyfob RFID
6029 – 6037
15
Keyfob button 3 option
6038
0
Authority level
6040
15
Area selection
6041 – 6044
0000
Macro play right
6045
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users 04 to
250)
User code
6046 – 6051
15
Keyfob RFID
6052 – 6061
15
Keyfob button 3 option
6062
0
113
For the users 04 to 250 the same options as for user 03 can be programmed with the same
number of addresses for each option:
–
Authority level: 1 address each
–
Area selection: 4 addresses each
–
Macro play right: 1 addresses each
–
User code: 6 addresses each
–
Keyfob RFID: 9 addresses each
–
Keyfob button 3 option: 1 address each
The default values for user 04 to 250 are the same as the default values of user 03.
The following addresses are used for programming the users 04 to 250:
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User no.
Address
User no.
Address
User no.
Address
04
6063 – 6084
37
6822 – 6843
70
7581 – 7602
05
6086 – 6108
38
6845 – 6866
71
7604 – 7625
06
6109 – 6131
39
6868 – 6889
72
7627 – 7648
07
6132 – 6153
40
6891 – 6912
73
7650 – 7671
08
6155 – 6176
41
6914 – 6935
74
7673 – 7694
09
6178 – 6199
42
6937 – 6958
75
7696 – 7717
10
6201 – 6222
43
6960 – 6981
76
7719 – 7740
11
6224 – 6245
44
6983 – 7004
77
7742 – 7763
12
6247 – 6268
45
7006 – 7027
78
7765 – 7787
13
6270 – 6291
46
7029 – 7050
79
7788 – 7809
14
6293 – 6314
47
7052 – 7073
80
7811 – 7809
15
6316 – 6337
48
7075 – 7096
81
7834 – 7855
16
6339 – 6360
49
7098 – 7119
82
7857 – 7878
17
6362 – 6383
50
7121 – 7142
83
7880 – 7901
18
6385 – 6406
51
7144 – 7165
84
7903 – 7924
19
6408 – 6429
52
7167 – 7188
85
7926 – 7947
20
6431 – 6453
53
7190 – 7211
86
7949 – 7970
21
6454 – 6475
54
7213 – 7234
87
7972 – 7993
22
6477 – 6498
55
7236 – 7257
88
7995 – 8016
23
6500 – 6520
56
7259 – 7280
89
8018 – 8039
24
6523 – 6544
57
7282 – 7303
90
8041 – 8062
25
6546 – 6567
58
7305 – 7326
91
8064 – 8085
26
6569 – 6590
59
7328 – 7349
92
8087 – 8108
27
6592 – 6613
60
7351 – 7372
93
8110 – 8131
28
6615 – 6634
61
7374 – 7395
94
8133 – 8154
29
6638 – 6659
62
7397 – 7418
95
8156 – 8177
30
6661 – 6682
63
7420 – 7441
96
8179 – 8200
31
6684 – 6705
64
7443 – 7464
97
8202 – 8223
32
6707 – 6728
65
7466 – 7487
98
8225 – 8246
33
6730 – 6751
66
7489 – 7510
99
8248 – 8269
34
6753 – 6774
67
7512 – 7533
100
8271 – 8292
35
6776 – 6797
68
7535 – 7556
101
8294 – 8315
36
6799 – 6820
69
7558 – 7579
102
8317 – 8338
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User no.
Address
User no.
Address
User no.
Address
103
8340 – 8361
136
9099 – 9120
169
9858 – 9879
104
8363 – 8384
137
9122 – 9143
170
9881 – 9902
105
8386 – 8407
138
9145 – 9166
171
9904 – 9925
106
8409 – 8430
139
9168 – 9189
172
9927 – 9948
107
8432 – 8453
140
9191 – 9212
173
9950 – 9971
108
8455 – 8476
141
9214 – 9235
174
9973 – 9994
109
8478 – 8499
142
9237 – 9258
175
9996 – 10017
110
8501 – 8522
143
9260 – 9281
176
10019 – 10040
111
8524 – 8545
144
9283 – 9304
177
10042 – 10063
112
8547 – 8568
145
9306 – 9327
178
10065 – 10086
113
8570 – 8591
146
9329 – 9350
179
10088 – 10109
114
8593 – 8614
147
9352 – 9373
180
10111 – 10132
115
8616 – 8637
148
9375 – 9397
181
10134 – 10155
116
8639 – 8680
149
9398 – 9419
182
10157 – 10178
117
8662 – 8683
150
9421 – 9442
183
10180 – 10201
118
8685 – 8706
151
9444 – 9465
184
10203 – 10220
119
8708 – 8729
152
9467 – 9488
185
10226 – 10247
120
8731 – 8752
153
9490 – 9511
186
10249 – 10270
121
8754 – 8775
154
9513 – 9534
187
10272 – 10287
122
8777 – 8798
155
9536 – 9557
188
10295 – 10316
123
8800 – 8821
156
9559 – 9580
189
10318 – 10339
124
8823 – 8844
157
9582 – 9603
190
10341 – 10362
125
8846 – 8867
158
9605 – 9626
191
10364 – 10385
126
8869 – 8890
159
9628 – 9649
192
10387 – 10408
127
8892 – 8913
160
9651 – 9672
193
10410 – 10431
128
8915 – 8936
161
9674 – 9697
194
10433 – 10454
129
8938 – 8959
162
9697 – 9718
195
10456 – 10477
130
8961 – 8982
163
9720 – 9718
196
10479 – 10500
131
8984 – 9005
164
9743 – 9764
197
10502 – 10523
132
9007 – 9028
165
9766 – 9787
198
10525 – 10546
133
9030 – 9051
166
9789 – 9810
199
10548 – 10569
134
9053 – 9074
167
9812 – 9833
200
10571 – 10592
135
9076 – 9097
168
9835 – 9856
201
10594 – 10615
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9.2.3
AMAX 2100 / 3000 / 4000
User no.
Address
User no.
Address
User no.
Address
202
10617 – 10638
219
11008 – 11029
236
11399 – 11420
203
10640 – 10661
220
11031 – 11029
237
11422 – 11443
204
10663 – 10684
221
11054 – 11075
238
11445 – 11466
205
10686 – 10707
222
11077 – 11098
239
11468 – 11489
206
10709 – 10730
223
11100 – 11121
240
11491 – 11512
207
10732 – 10753
224
11123 – 11144
241
11514 – 11535
208
10755 – 10776
225
11146 – 11167
242
11537 – 11558
209
10778 – 10799
226
11169 – 11190
243
11560 – 11581
210
10801 – 10822
227
11192 – 11213
244
11583 – 11604
211
10824 – 10845
228
11215 – 11236
245
11606 – 11627
212
10847 – 10868
229
11238 – 11259
246
11629 – 11650
213
10870 – 10891
230
11261 – 11282
247
11652 – 11673
214
10893 – 10914
231
11284 – 11305
248
11675 – 11696
215
10916 – 10937
232
11307 – 11328
249
11698 – 11719
216
10939 – 10960
233
11330 – 11351
250
11721 – 11743
217
10962 – 10983
234
11353 – 11374
218
10985 – 11006
235
11376 – 11397
Installer Code Programming
Option
Address
Default
Installer code
1644 – 1649
123456
Option
Address
Default
Code length (4 – 6 = 4 - 6 digits, 15 = code is not used)
1643
4
Code Length Programming
The code length is always the same for the user and for the installer code.
9.2.4
Code Permission Programming
Tamper Reset by User
Option
Address
Default
Tamper reset by User (0 = disabled, 1 = enabled)
1601
1
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9.2.5
Option
Address
Default
Arm/disarm installer (0 = disabled, 1 = enabled)
1602
0
Macro Programming
Macro Configuration
Macro no.
Option
Address
Default
1
Macro without code (quick play macro) (0 =
1611
0
Macro recording timeout (seconds)
1617 – 1618
60
Macro play pause time (unit: x100ms)
1619 – 1620
03
Code inside macro* (0 = disabled, 1 = enabled)
1621
1
Macro data length**
1622 – 1624
00
Macro without code (quick play macro)
1625
0
Macro recording timeout
1626 – 1627
60
Macro play pause time
1628 – 1629
03
Code inside macro*
1630
1
Macro data length**
1631 – 1633
00
Macro without code (quick play macro)
1634
0
Macro recording timeout
1635 – 1636
60
Macro play pause time
1637 – 1638
03
Code inside macro*
1639
1
Macro data length**
1640 – 1642
00
disabled, 1 = enabled)
2
3
* This function is relevant only if the macro without code function is disabled.
** This function can not be changed via the programming menu, only via address
programming.
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9.3
Zone Programming
9.3.1
Add/Delete Zone Programming
AMAX 4000 supports up to 64 zones, 16 keypads and 16 areas.
AMAX 3000 supports up to 32 zones, 8 keypads and 8 areas.
AMAX 2100 supports up to 8 zones, 4 keypads and 2 areas.
Zone Module Selection
Zone no.
Address
Default
Zone no.
Address
Default
01
1432
0
05
1436
0
02
1433
0
06
1437
0
03
1434
0
07
1438
0
04
1435
0
08
1439
0
Value range: 0 = onboard zone, 3 = RF device (AMAX 3000/4000), 15 = not used
Zone no.
Address
Default
Zone no.
Address
Default
09
1440
0
13
1444
0
10
1441
0
14
1445
0
11
1442
0
15
1446
0
12
1443
0
16
1447
0
Value range: 0 = onboard zone (AMAX 4000), 2 = DX2010 zone, 3 = RF device (AMAX
3000/4000), 15 = not used
Zone no.
Address
Default
Zone no.
Address
Default
17
1448
15
25
1456
15
18
1449
15
26
1457
15
19
1450
15
27
1458
15
20
1451
15
28
1459
15
21
1452
15
29
1460
15
22
1453
15
30
1461
15
23
1454
15
31
1462
15
24
1455
15
32
1463
15
Value range: 1 = Keypad zone (zones 17 to 32 are dedicated to keypad 1 to 16), 2 = DX2010
zone, 3 = RF device (AMAX 3000/4000), 15 = not used
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Zone no.
Address
Default
Zone no.
Address
Default
33
1464
0
49
1480
0
34
1465
0
50
1481
0
35
1466
0
51
1482
0
36
1467
0
52
1483
0
37
1468
0
53
1484
0
38
1469
0
54
1485
0
39
1470
0
55
1486
0
40
1471
0
56
1487
0
41
1472
0
57
1488
0
42
1473
0
58
1489
0
43
1474
0
59
1490
0
44
1475
0
60
1491
0
45
1476
0
61
1492
0
46
1477
0
62
1493
0
47
1478
0
63
1494
0
48
1479
0
64
1495
0
119
Value range: 2 = DX2010 zone, 3 = RF device (AMAX 4000), 15 = not used
Notice!
When a zone is assigned to an RF device (3), then the dedicated on-board zone is not
available.
Notice!
AMAX 2100 only: when keypad zones (1-4) are used, onboard zones (5-8) are disabled.
Notice!
Zones may be indicated on keypads with a number that differs from the zone number used for
programming and hardware input: Zones are indicated on LED/LCD keypads according to the
zone numbers. When one zone is disabled the indication number of all following (higher) zone
numbers will shift to a value decreased by one.
Examples:
AMAX 3000 / 4000:
In a one area or area 1 system keypad the zone number 17 is indicated on a 16 zone LED/LCD
keypad. After disabling zone 16 (or another one in range 1 to 16), zone number 17 is indicated
on the LED/LCD keypad as zone number 16.
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AMAX 2100:
In a one area system keypad the zone number 17 is indicated on an 8 zone LED/LCD keypad.
After disabling zone 5, zone number 17 is indicated on the LED/LCD keypad as zone number
5.
Zone Function Selection
Zone no.
Address
Default
Zone no.
Address
Default
01
1368
3
33
1400
0
02
1369
1
34
1401
0
03
1370
1
35
1402
0
04
1371
1
36
1403
0
05
1372
1
37
1404
0
06
1373
1
38
1405
0
07
1374
1
39
1406
0
08
1375
1
40
1407
0
09
1376
0
41
1408
0
10
1377
0
42
1409
0
11
1378
0
43
1410
0
12
1379
0
44
1411
0
13
1380
0
45
1412
0
14
1381
0
46
1413
0
15
1382
0
47
1414
0
16
1383
0
48
1415
0
17
1384
0
49
1416
0
18
1385
0
50
1417
0
19
1386
0
51
1418
0
20
1387
0
52
1419
0
21
1388
0
53
1420
0
22
1389
0
54
1421
0
23
1390
0
55
1422
0
24
1391
0
56
1423
0
25
1392
0
57
1424
0
26
1393
0
58
1425
0
27
1394
0
59
1426
0
28
1395
0
60
1427
0
29
1396
0
61
1428
0
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1397
0
62
1429
0
31
1398
0
63
1430
0
32
1399
0
64
1431
0
121
Value range: 0 – 15
For an explanation of the zone functions, refer to Add / Delete Zone, page 49.
Zone Area Selection
Zone no.
Address
Default
Zone no.
Address
Default
01
1240 – 1241
01
33
1304 – 1305
0
02
1242 – 1243
01
34
1306 – 1307
0
03
1244 – 1245
01
35
1308 – 1309
0
04
1246 – 1247
01
36
1310 – 1311
0
05
1248 – 1249
01
37
1312 – 1313
0
06
1250 – 1251
01
38
1314 – 1315
0
07
1252 – 1253
01
39
1316 – 1317
0
08
1254 – 1255
01
40
1318 – 1319
0
09
1256 – 1257
01
41
1320 – 1321
0
10
1258 – 1259
01
42
1322 – 1323
0
11
1260 – 1261
01
43
1324 – 1325
0
12
1262 – 1263
01
44
1326 – 1327
0
13
1264 – 1265
01
45
1328 – 1329
0
14
1266 – 1267
01
46
1330 – 1331
0
15
1268 – 1269
01
47
1332 – 1333
0
16
1270 – 1271
01
48
1334 – 1335
0
17
1272 – 1273
0
49
1336 – 1337
0
18
1274 – 1275
0
50
1338 – 1339
0
19
1276 – 1277
0
51
1340 – 1341
0
20
1278 – 1279
0
52
1342 – 1343
0
21
1280 – 1281
0
53
1344 – 1345
0
22
1282 – 1283
0
54
1346 – 1347
0
23
1284 – 1285
0
55
1348 – 1349
0
24
1286 – 1287
0
56
1350 – 1351
0
25
1288 – 1289
0
57
1352 – 1353
0
26
1290 – 1291
0
58
1354 – 1355
0
27
1292 – 1293
0
59
1356 – 1357
0
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1294 – 1295
0
60
1358 – 1359
0
29
1296 – 1297
0
61
1360 – 1361
0
30
1298 – 1299
0
62
1362 – 1363
0
31
1300 – 1301
0
63
1364 – 1365
0
32
1302 – 1303
0
64
1366 – 1367
0
Value range: 00 = zone not used, 1 – 16 = area 1 - 16
Zone Name Programming
Zone no.
Address
Default
Zone no.
Address
Default
1
2952 – 2987
0
33
4104 – 4139
0
2
2988 – 3023
0
34
4140 – 4175
0
3
3024 – 3059
0
35
4176 – 4211
0
4
3060 – 3095
0
36
4212 – 4247
0
5
3096 – 3131
0
37
4248 – 4283
0
6
3132 – 3167
0
38
4284 – 4319
0
7
3168 – 3203
0
39
4320 – 4355
0
8
3204 – 3239
0
40
4356 – 4391
0
9
3240 – 3275
0
41
4392 – 4427
0
10
3276 – 3311
0
42
4428 – 4465
0
11
3312 – 3347
0
43
4464 – 4499
0
12
3348 – 3383
0
44
4500 – 4535
0
13
3384 – 3419
0
45
4536 – 4571
0
14
3420 – 3455
0
46
4572 – 4607
0
15
3456 – 3491
0
47
4608 – 4643
0
16
3492 – 3527
0
48
4644 – 4979
0
17
3528 – 3563
0
49
4680 – 4715
0
18
3564 – 3599
0
50
4716 – 4751
0
19
3600 – 3635
0
51
4752 – 4787
0
20
3636 – 3671
0
52
4788 – 4823
0
21
3672 – 3707
0
53
4824 – 4859
0
22
3708 – 3743
0
54
4860 – 4895
0
23
3744 – 3779
0
55
4896 – 4931
0
24
3780 – 3815
0
56
4932 – 4967
0
25
3816 – 3851
0
57
4968 – 5003
0
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3852 – 3887
0
58
5004 – 5039
0
27
3888 – 3923
0
59
5040 – 5075
0
28
3924 – 3959
0
60
5076 – 5111
0
29
3960 – 3995
0
61
5112 – 5147
0
30
3996 – 4031
0
62
5148 – 5183
0
31
4032 – 4067
0
63
5184 – 5219
0
32
4068 – 4103
0
64
5220 – 5255
0
123
How to insert alphabetical characters via address programming
Example: A = 4 1, A = Address 3736 = 4, Address 3737 = 1
A character needs 2 values to provide input to 2 addresses. Determine these values using the
matrix of table below. Every character in this table has a row index and also a column index.
Row index is the first, and column index is the second value for each character.
Example: o = 6 15, k = 6 11
0
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
!
"
#
$
%
&
'
(
)
*
+
-
,
.
/
3
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
:
;
<
=
>
?
4
@
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
5
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
[
\
]
^
_
6
‛
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
7
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
{
|
}
~
8
đ
Ą
ᶏ
Ł
Ğ
..
Ć
Ś
Ű
Ş
İ
Ź
Ę
ź
Ż
9
Ń
ń
Č
ł
ǧ
¨
ć
ś
ű
č
ş
I
Ț
ę
ţ
ż
10
á
ɨ
¢
£
€
¥
Š
§
š
©
ª
«
¬
‫־‬
®
¯
11
°
±
²
³
Ž
µ
¶
•
ž
¹
°
»
Œ
œ
Ÿ
¿
12
À
Á
Â
Ã
Ä
Å
Æ
Ç
È
É
Ê
Ë
Ì
Í
Î
Ï
13
Đ
Ñ
Ò
Ó
Ô
Õ
Ö
×
Ø
Ù
Ú
Û
Ü
Ý
Þ
ß
14
à
á
â
ã
ä
å
æ
ç
è
é
ê
ë
ì
í
î
ï
15
ð
ñ
ò
ó
ô
ô
ö
÷
ø
ù
ú
û
ü
ý
þ
ÿ
Table 9.1: Characters
9.3.2
Zone Function Programming
Zone function
Option
Address
Default
00
Selection of a zone type (00 – 26)*
1000 – 1001
00
Allow bypass/force arm (0 = disabled, 1 = allow
1002
3
force alarm, 2 = allow bypass, 3 = allow both)
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Silent alarm/chime mode (0 = disabled, 1 = silent
1003
alarm, 2 = chime mode, 3 = both)
0
VDS-A
EN=0/2
Pulse count (0 = disabled, 1 – 9 = 1 – 9 times)
1004
0
Zone lockout (0 = disabled, 1 = 1 time, 2 = 3
1005
3
1006
1
1007
6
VDS-A EN=0
times, 3 = 6 times, 4 = alarm duration)
Zone DEOL (0 = disabled, 1 = DEOL, 3 = NC, 4 =
NO) (3 and 4 are not applicable for wireless
zones)
Report (1 = receiver 1,
2 = receiver 2,
VDS-A
EN=1/5/6/7
3 = receiver 3,
4 = receiver 4,
5 = receiver 1, 2, 3, 4,
6 = receiver 1 (2, 3, 4 backup)
7 = receiver 1 (2 backup) and receiver 3 (4
backup))
Cross zone/unverified alarm (0 = disabled, 1 =
1008
0
1009
0
Zone reaction time (unit: x100ms)
1010 – 1013
0003
Selection of a zone type*
1015 – 1016
01
Allow bypass/force arm
1017
3
VDS-A EN=0
unverified alarm, 2 = cross zone, 3 = both)
Domestic no. (1 = dom. 1,
2 = dom. 2,
3 = dom. 3,
4 = dom. 4,
5 = dom. 1, 2, 3, 4,
6 = dom. 1 (2, 3, 4 backup)
7 = dom. 1 (2 backup) and dom. 3 (4 backup))
01 (as an
example for the
following zone
VDS-A
EN=0/2
functions 02 to
15)
Silent alarm/chime mode
1018
0
VDS-A
EN=0/2
Pulse count
1019
0
Zone lockout
1020
3
Zone DEOL
1021
1
Report
1022
6
VDS-A EN=0
VDS-A
EN=1/5/6/7
Cross zone/unverified alarm
1023
0
Domestic no.
1024
0
Zone reaction time
1025 – 1028
0003
VDS-A EN=0
*For an explanation of the zone types, refer to Add / Delete Zone, page 49.
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For the zone functions 02 to 15 the same options as for zone functions 01 can be programmed
with the same number of addresses for each option:
–
Selection of a zone type: 2 addresses each
–
Allow bypass/force arm: 1 address each
–
Silent alarm/chime mode: 1 address each
–
Pulse count: 1 address each
–
Zone lockout: 1 address each
–
Zone DEOL: 1 address each
–
Report: 1 address each
–
Cross zone/unverified alarm: 1 address each
–
Domestic no.: 1 address each
–
Zone reaction time: 4 addresses each
The default values for zone functions 02 to 15 are the same as the default values of zone
functions 01, except for the option “Selection of a zone type”.
The following addresses are used for programming the zone functions 02 to 15:
Zone function
Option
Address
Default
02
Selection of a zone type*
1030 – 1031
02
Remaining options as shown above
1031 – 1043
3003160
00003
03
Selection of a zone type*
1045 – 1046
03
Remaining options as shown above
1047 – 1058
3003160
00003
04
Selection of a zone type*
1060 – 1061
04
Remaining options as shown above
1062 – 1073
3003160
00003
05
Selection of a zone type*
1075 – 1076
05
Remaining options as shown above
1077 – 1088
3003160
00003
06
Selection of a zone type*
1090 – 1091
06
Remaining options as shown above
1092 – 1103
3003160
00003
07
Selection of a zone type*
1105 – 1106
07
Remaining options as shown above
1107 – 1118
3003160
00003
08
Selection of a zone type*
1120 – 1121
08
Remaining options as shown above
1122 – 1133
3003160
00003
09
Selection of a zone type*
1135 – 1136
09
Remaining options as shown above
1137 – 1148
3003160
00003
10
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1152 – 1163
3003160
00003
11
Selection of a zone type*
1165 – 1166
11
Remaining options as shown above
1167 – 1178
3003160
00003
12
Selection of a zone type*
1180 – 1181
12
Remaining options as shown above
1182 – 1193
3003160
00003
13
Selection of a zone type*
1195 – 1196
13
Remaining options as shown above
1197 – 1208
3003160
00003
14
Selection of a zone type*
1210 - 1211
14
Remaining options as shown above
1212 – 1223
3003160
00003
15
Selection of a zone type*
1225 – 1226
15
Remaining options as shown above
1227 – 1238
3003160
00003
*For an explanation of the zone types, refer to Add / Delete Zone, page 49.
9.3.3
Pulse Count Duration Programming
Option
Address
Default
Pulse count duration (0 = disabled, 1 – 999 = 1 – 999
1606 – 1608
060
seconds)
9.3.4
VDS-A
EN=000
Zone Cross Timer Programming
Option
Address
Default
Zone cross timer (1 – 999 = 1 – 999 seconds)
1594 – 1596
060
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9.4
Keypad and Area Programming
9.4.1
Keypad Area Programming
Keypad
Address
Default
no.
Keypad
Address
Default
127
no.
1
1560 – 1561
01
9
1576 – 1577
99
2
1562 – 1563
99
10
1578 – 1579
99
3
1564 – 1565
99
11
1580 – 1581
99
4
1566 – 1567
99
12
1582 – 1583
99
5
1568 – 1569
99
13
1584 – 1585
99
6
1570 – 1571
99
14
1586 – 1587
99
7
1572 – 1573
99
15
1588 – 1589
99
8
1574 – 1575
99
16
1590 – 1591
99
Value range: 00 = master keypad, 01 – 16 = are 01 – 16, 99 = not used
Notice!
The system supports up to 16 master keypads. When the master keypad is not switched to
the corresponding area, no arming/disarming, bypass and alarm reset operations can be
performed on the master keypad. Operations can only be performed in the area when the
master keypad is switched to the corresponding area.
9.4.2
Area Timing Programming
Exit and Entry Delay Time
Area
Exit Delay
Default
Address
Entry Delay
Default
Entry Delay Default
Address
2 Address
1
0785 – 0787
45
0788 – 0790 30
0791 – 0793 30
2
0794 – 0796
45
0797 – 0799 30
0800 – 0802 30
3 **
0803 – 0805
45
0806 – 0808 30
0809 – 0811 30
4 **
0812 – 0814
45
0815 – 0817 30
0818 – 0820 30
5 **
0821 – 0823
45
0824 – 0826 30
0827 – 0829 30
6 **
0830 – 0832
45
0833 – 0835 30
0836 – 0838 30
7 **
0839 – 0841
45
0842 – 0844 30
0845 – 0847 30
8 **
0848 – 0850
45
0851 – 0853 30
0854 – 0856 30
9*
0857 – 0859
45
0860 – 0862 30
0863 – 0865 30
10 *
0866 – 0868
45
0869 – 0871 30
0872 – 0874 30
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11 *
0875 – 0877
45
0878 – 0880 30
0881 – 0883 30
12 *
0884 – 0886
45
0887 – 0889 30
0890 – 0892 30
13 *
0893 – 0895
45
0896 – 0898 30
0899 – 0901 30
14 *
0902 – 0904
45
0905 – 0907 30
0908 – 0910 30
15 *
0911 – 0913
45
0914 – 0916 30
0917 – 0919 30
16 *
0920 – 0922
45
0923 – 0925 30
0926 – 0928 30
000-999 seconds, EN=045
000-999 seconds, EN=045
seconds
seconds
000-999 seconds
* AMAX4000
** AMAX3000/4000
9.4.3
Common Area Programming
Option
Address
Default
Common area
1593
0
(00 = none,
01 = follow area 2,
02 = follow area 2 - 3,
03 = follow area 2 – 4,
04 = follow area 2 – 5,
06 = follow area 2 – 7,
07 = follow area 2 – 8,
08 = follow area 2 – 9,
09 = follow area 2 – 10,
10 = follow area 2 – 11,
11 = follow area 2 – 12,
12 = follow area 2 – 13,
13 = follow area 2 – 14,
14 = follow area 2 – 15,
15 = follow area 2 – 16)
Notice!
In case of common area, area 1 will be the common area. When there is only one area in the
system, the address for common area programming can only be programmed as 1.
9.4.4
Keypad Indication Programming
Option
Address
Default
Keypad alarm tone (0 = disabled, 1 = enabled)
0622
1
Audible entry delay warning when STAY armed (0 =
1667
0
disabled, 1 = enabled)
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Alarm indication in STAY arm mode (0 = disabled, 1 =
1615
1
1668
1
Option
Address
Default
Keypad Lockout (0 = disabled, 1 - 15 = 1 – 15 times)
1592
129
enabled)
LCD keypad backlight on when entry delay (0 = disabled,
1 = enabled)
9.4.5
Keypad Lockout Programming
10
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EN=10
9.5
System Programming
9.5.1
System Setting Programming
Fault Configuration Programming
Option
Address
Default
AC fault report delay time (99 =disabled, 0 - 98 = 0 – 98
1613 – 1614
60 VDS-A
minutes)
EN=00-60
Display and prompt tone of date and time fault (0 =
0620
1
Fault prompt tone (0 = disabled, 1= enabled)
0621
1
Battery Check interval (0 =disabled, 1 – 15 = 1 – 15
1612
disabled, 1= enabled)
VDS-A EN=1
15
minutes)
VDS-A
EN=15
Phone line monitor (0 = disabled, 1= enabled)
1599
0
Siren supervision (minutes)
0623 – 0624
00
Siren / PO1+2 Supervision (0 = disabled, 1 = OC1 monitor 1598
0
enabled, 2 = OC2 monitor enabled, 3 = enabled)
AC fault auto reset (0 = disabled, 1= enabled)
1671
0
Communication fault auto reset (0 = disabled, 1=
1672
0
Phone fault auto reset (0 = disabled, 1= enabled)
1673
0
General fault auto reset (0 = disabled, 1= enabled)
1674
0
Option
Address
Default
Quick arming (0 = disabled 1= enabled)
1597
1
enabled)
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Option
Address
Default
Installer access until next arming (0 = disabled, 1 =
1660
0
Option
Address
Default
Remote IP access (0 = disabled, 1 = enabled)
0971
0
Option
Address
Default
Force arm when system is in trouble condition (0 =
1611
1
Option
Address
Default
Event record count per set/unset period (3 – 10)
1609
10
Option
Address
Default
Language version of the keypad (0 = default, 1 = EN, 2 =
0996
0
Option
Address
Default
Keypad 2 button alarm (0 = disabled, 1 = enabled)
0992
0
Keypad 2 button panic alarm (0 = disabled, 1 = report, 2 = 0993
1
enabled)
Remote IP Access Programming
Force Arm when System is in Trouble Programming
disabled, 1 = enabled)
Event Record Count per Set/Unset Period Programming
Language Version Programming
DE, 3 = ES, 4 = FR, 5 = IT, 6 = PL, 7 = NL, 8 = SE)
Keypad 2 Button Alarm
siren, 3 = all)
Keypad 2 button fire alarm (0 = disabled, 1 = report, 2 =
0994
1
0995
1
Option
Address
Default
System tamper indication in area (0 = area 1, 1 = all
1610
0
siren, 3 = all)
Keypad 2 button medical alarm (0 = disabled, 1 = report,
2 = siren, 3 = all)
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Zone tamper bypass when DEOL zone is bypassed (0 =
1603
1
1675 – 1678
0003
Option
Address
Default
Area 1 name
2595 – 2615
0
Area 2 name
2616 – 2635
0
Area 3 name
2636 – 2655
0
Area 4 name
2656 – 2675
0
Area 5 name
2676 – 2695
0
Area 6 name
2696 – 2715
0
Area 7 name
2716 – 2735
0
Area 8 name
2736 – 2755
0
Area 9 name
2756 – 2775
0
Area 10 name
2776 – 2795
0
Area 11 name
2796 – 2815
0
Area 12 name
2816 – 2835
0
Area 13 name
2836 – 2855
0
Area 14 name
2856 – 2875
0
Area 15 name
2876 – 2895
0
Area 16 name
2896 – 2915
0
Company Name
2916 – 2951
0
131
disabled, 1 = enabled)
Tamper debounce time (unit: x100s)
Area and Company Name Programming
An area or company name may have up to 18 characters. Each character of the area or
company name uses 2 addresses.
How to insert alphabetical characters via address programming
Example: A = 4 1, A = Address 3736 = 4, Address 3737 = 1
A character needs 2 values to provide input to 2 addresses. Determine these values using the
matrix of table below. Every character in this table has a row index and also a column index.
Row index is the first, and column index is the second value for each character.
Example: o = 6 15, k = 6 11
0
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
!
"
#
$
%
&
'
(
)
*
+
-
,
.
/
3
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
:
;
<
=
>
?
4
@
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
5
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
[
\
]
^
_
6
‛
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
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p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
8
đ
Ą
ᶏ
Ł
Ğ
..
Ć
Ś
Ű
9
Ń
ń
Č
ł
ǧ
¨
ć
ś
ű
10
á
ɨ
¢
£
€
¥
Š
§
11
°
±
²
³
Ž
µ
¶
12
À
Á
Â
Ã
Ä
Å
13
Đ
Ñ
Ò
Ó
Ô
14
à
á
â
ã
15
ð
ñ
ò
ó
y
z
{
|
}
~
Ş
İ
Ź
Ę
ź
Ż
č
ş
I
Ț
ę
ţ
ż
š
©
ª
«
¬
‫־‬
®
¯
•
ž
¹
°
»
Œ
œ
Ÿ
¿
Æ
Ç
È
É
Ê
Ë
Ì
Í
Î
Ï
Õ
Ö
×
Ø
Ù
Ú
Û
Ü
Ý
Þ
ß
ä
å
æ
ç
è
é
ê
ë
ì
í
î
ï
ô
ô
ö
÷
ø
ù
ú
û
ü
ý
þ
ÿ
Table 9.2: Characters
9.5.2
System Factory Default Programming
Factory Default Pads Enable
Option
Address
Default
Factory default pads (0 = disable, 1 = enabled)
1604
1
9.6
Output and Siren Programming
9.6.1
Output Programming
Output no.
Available for module
Available on panel
01 - 03
On-board output
AMAX 2100/3000/4000
04
On-board output
AMAX 4000
05 – 12
DX3010 module 1 output
AMAX 2100/3000/4000
13 - 20
DX3010 module 2 output
AMAX 3000/4000
Output no.
Option
Address
Default
01
Selecting the output event (00-36)*
0625 – 0626
05
Output parameter (area/zone no.)
0627 – 0628
00
Output pulse (0 = continuous, 1 = pulse, 3 =
0629
0
Output time (seconds)
0630 – 0632
180
Selecting the output event*
0633 – 0634
05
Output parameter
0635 – 0636
00
Output pulse
0637
0
continuous inverted)
02
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04
05 (as an
example for the
following
outputs 06 to
20)
Output time
0638 – 0640
000
Selecting the output event*
0641 – 0642
05
Output parameter
0643 – 0644
00
Output pulse
0645
0
Output time
0646 – 0648
180
Selecting the output event*
0649 – 0650
07
Output parameter
0651 – 0652
00
Output pulse
0653
0
Output time
0654 – 0656
180
Selecting the output event*
0657 – 0658
00
Output parameter
0659 – 0660
00
Output pulse
0661
0
Output time
0662 – 0664
000
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* For an explanation of the output events, refer to , page 71 in chapter Outputs, page 71.
For the outputs 06 to 20 the same options as for output 05 can be programmed with the same
number of addresses for each option:
–
Selecting the output event: 2 addresses each
–
Output parameter: 2 addresses each
–
Output pulse: 1 address each
–
Output time: 3 addresses each
The default values for outputs 06 to 20 are the same as the default values of output 05.
The following addresses are used for programming the outputs 06 to 20:
Output no.
Address
Output no. Address
Output no. Address
06
0665 – 0672
11
0705 – 0712
16
0745 – 0752
07
0673 – 0680
12
0713 – 0720
17
0753 – 0760
08
0681 – 0688
13
0721 – 0728
18
0761 – 0768
09
0689 – 0696
14
0729 – 0736
19
0769 – 0776
10
0697 – 0704
15
0737 – 0744
20
0777 – 0784
Notice!
When the zone activating alarm is programmed as a silent alarm, keypad and audible alarm
have no output.
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Siren Programming
Option
Address
Default
Beep for warning devices (0 = disabled, 1 = enabled)
1600
1
Internal siren beep as indication (0 = disabled, 1 =
1611
0
1605
1
Option
Address
Default
Printer functionality (0 = disabled, 1= enabled)
0991
0
RF receiver functionality (0 = disabled, 1= enabled)
0948
0
RF supervision interval (0 = disabled, 1 = 20 min, 2 = 1h, 3 0949
4
enabled)
Silence warning device when disarmed (0 = disabled, 1 =
enabled)
9.7
RF Device Programming
RF Options
EN=2
= 2h, 4 = 4h, 5 = 12 h, 6 = 24h)
RF jam detect level (0 - 15, 0 = most sensitive)
0950
12
RF device low level battery resound (0 = disabled, 1 = 4h,
0951
2
0952
1
0953
0
0954
1
2 = 24h)
Siren beep arm/disarm (RF keyfob) (0 = disabled, 1=
enabled)
Keyfob panic option (0 = no alarm, 1 = silent alarm, 2 =
sound alarm)
RF missing as alarm (0 = disabled, 1= enabled)
Wireless Zone RFID
Default
RFID for
wireless
(ten
wireless
(ten
zone no.
digits, 15
zone no
digits, 15
RFID for
Address
Address
Default
= not in
= not in
use)
use)
1
5256 – 5265
15
33
5576 – 5585
15
2
5266 – 5275
15
34
5586 – 5595
15
3
5276 – 5285
15
35
5596 – 5605
15
4
5286 – 5295
15
36
5606 – 5615
15
5
5296 – 5305
15
37
5616 – 5625
15
6
5306 – 5315
15
38
5626 – 5635
15
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7
5316 – 5325
15
39
5636 – 5645
15
8
5326 – 5335
15
40
5646 – 5655
15
9
5336 – 5345
15
41
5656 – 5665
15
10
5346 – 5355
15
42
5666 – 5675
15
11
5356 – 5365
15
43
5676 – 5685
15
12
5366 – 5375
15
44
5686 – 5695
15
13
5376 – 5385
15
45
5696 – 5705
15
14
5386 – 5395
15
46
5706 – 5715
15
15
5396 – 5405
15
47
5716 – 5725
15
16
5406 – 5415
15
48
5726 – 5735
15
17
5416 – 5425
15
49
5736 – 5745
15
18
5426 – 5435
15
50
5746 – 5755
15
19
5436 – 5445
15
51
5756 – 5765
15
20
5446 – 5455
15
52
5766 – 5775
15
21
5456 – 5465
15
53
5776 – 5785
15
22
5466 – 5475
15
54
5786 – 5795
15
23
5476 – 5485
15
55
5796 – 5805
15
24
5486 – 5495
15
56
5806 – 5815
15
25
5496 – 5505
15
57
5816 – 5825
15
26
5506 – 5515
15
58
5826 – 5835
15
27
5516 – 5525
15
59
5836 – 5845
15
28
5526 – 5535
15
60
5846 – 5855
15
29
5536 – 5545
15
61
5856 – 5865
15
30
5546 – 5555
15
62
5866 – 5875
15
31
5556 – 5565
15
63
5876 – 5885
15
32
5566 – 5575
15
64
5886 – 5895
15
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RFID for wireless
Address
repeater no.
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15 = not in use)
1
5896 – 5905
15
2
5906 – 5915
15
3
5916 – 5925
15
4
5926 – 5935
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15
6
5946 – 5955
15
7
5956 – 5965
15
8
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Troubleshooting
10.1
General Trouble
Problem
No display on the keypad
Reason
–
after power up
–
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Solution
AC power or battery fuse –
Check if the AC power
failure
and battery fuses are
Abnormal RBGY wiring
properly connected and
operate normally
–
Reconnect RBGY
No response to the keypad
–
Abnormal RBGY wiring
–
Reconnect RBGY
operation (wrong tone
–
The keypad is locked
–
Operate after 3 minutes
after many times of
–
Set the jumper again
sounds on pressing any key).
–
wrong passwords are
referring to the
entered
information on keypad
Wrong jumper when
address settings
multiple keypads are
used
Constant on of the zone
–
Wrong zone wiring
indicator.
–
Abnormal detector
–
Fault indicator constant on /
–
flash
–
again
function
–
Reset the detector
Zone EOL resistor is not
–
Correctly connect the
correctly connected to
zone EOL resistor to the
the end of the detector
end of the detector
Date and time fault
–
Set date and time
displayed in
–
Connect the battery or
programming although
resume the voltage of
date and time are not set
–
–
–
–
–
Backup battery is not
the battery to over 12V
–
Connect the alarm siren
connected or the voltage
(with the alarm siren
of the battery connected
substituted by a resistor
is lower than 12V
of 1K)
Alarm siren is not
–
Correctly set the
connected
telephone number again
The telephone number is –
Connect the telephone
incorrectly set
network
Telephone network is
–
Connect the tamper
not connected
switch or the short
The tamper switch is not
circuit jumper
connected
–
Enter zone wiring once
–
Connect modules for
External module should
programming such as
be used for
DX2010, DX3010, B426,
programming, but it not
or ITS-DX4020-G
actually connected
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No response from the zone
–
To ensure normal
for a short time after power
operation, the system
up
should be left alone for a
–
Operate after 1 minute
–
Check if the 18V of the
minute after power up
AC power fault
–
AC power fuse is burnt.
transformer is correctly
wired and replace the
fuse
Over current protection of the –
Abnormal wiring of the
auxiliary power
12V auxiliary power
–
The auxiliary power
–
Reconnect the auxiliary
power
–
Use external power
exceeds the power
supply for perimeter
supply upper limit for the
devices
AMAX panel
The auxiliary power cannot be –
AC power and battery
recovered after short circuit
fail
Failure of battery is still
–
The battery might be
–
Power up AC power and
battery again
–
The fault will be
displayed after the battery is
tested 4 hours after the
automatically cleared
replaced
system is armed each
when the system is reset
time
or the battery is re-
The voltage of the
tested
battery is lower than 12V –
Charge the new battery
–
for a period of time until
the voltage reaches 12V
or above
Not entering programming
–
mode after power up
–
The red LED on the main
–
board goes off
The system is in alarm
–
Reset the alarm
state
–
Disarm the system and
The system is in arming
keep it in the disarming
state
status
Abnormal AC power and
–
backup battery
The system does not dial
Check AC power and
backup battery
–
The main board fails
–
Replace the main board
–
Relevant receiver
–
Correctly set the
when the alarm presents.
parameters are not set
telephone number, set
transmission format to
CID and set zone alarm
to corresponding paths
Remote telephone arming fail
–
The remote telephone
–
arming is disabled (the
0144 to a number from 1
address 0144 is set to 0)
–
There are multiple areas
in the system
Program the address
to 15
–
The telephone arming is
available when the
system has area 1 only
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–
programming and control
Both addresses 0144
–
and 0145 are set to 0
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Program the address
0144 to a number from 1
to 15. Program the
address 0145 to 1
Occasionally abnormal
–
communication in use of
Contact ID/personal
–
telephone alarm
Extension system is used –
Add dial delay in
in the telephone network
programming
The telephone network
–
support ADSL as well
No response from the keypad
–
and the alarm siren
The zone silent alarm is
Connect the system after
the ADSL filter
–
enabled
Disable the zone silent
alarm
(disabled) when an alarm is
triggered by the zone
The AMAX panel cannot send
–
The transmission format
–
Program the
any reports (programmed to
of the receiver is
transmission format of
send reports to receiver)
programmed to 0 = not
the receiver to 1 or 3
used
A-LINK cannot be connected
with ITS- DX4020-G
–
The parameters of ITS-
–
Recommend to set the
DX4020-G are not
parameter ACK TIMEOUT
properly set.
of ITS-DX4020-G to the
maximum (600) and set
TRANSMIT BUFFER LIFE
TIME to the maximum
(120)
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Trouble Fault Inquiry
Fault Inquiry
Faults and tampers can be displayed via the fault analysis function. For more information refer
to System View, page 69.
The following faults and tampers are possible:
Lit number indicators
First
Second
Description of the fault or tamper
Third
1
Accessory module failure
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
3
1
3
1
4
1
4
1
Module DX4010 missing
1
4
2
Printer missing
1
4
3
Printer fault
1
5
1
5
1
RF receiver 1 fault
1
5
2
RF receiver 1 missing
1
5
3
RF receiver 1 jammed
1
6
1
6
1
RF sensor missing*
1
6
2
RF sensor fault*
1
7
1
7
1
8
1
8
1
Configuration conflict sensors*
1
8
2
Configuration conflict repeaters*
1
8
3
Configuration conflict keyfobs*
2
Network/IP module 1 failure
1-2
Network/IP module 1 - 2 failure
Output expansion module failure
1-2
Output expansion module 1 – 2 fault
Input expansion module failure
1-6
Input expansion module 1 - 6 failure
Printer failure
RF receiver failure
RF sensor failure
RF repeater failure
1–8
RF repeater 1 – 8 missing
RF config failure
Power failure
2
1
Panel AC failure
2
2
Panel low battery
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3
2
3
2
4
2
4
2
5
2
5
2
6
2
6
2
7
RF sensor power failure*
2
8
RF keyfob battery failure*
Panel Aux power failure
1-2
Panel Aux power 1 – 2 fault
Bosch option bus power failure
1-2
Bosch option bus 1 – 2 power fault
RF repeater AC power failure
1-8
RF repeater 1 – 8 AC power fault
RF repeater battery failure
1–8
3
RF repeater 1 – 8 battery fault
Output failure
3
1
Onboard output 1 fault
3
2
Onboard output 2 fault
4
4
Keypad failure
1 - 16
Keypad 1 – 16 failure
5
5
System failure
1
Date time not set
6
Communication failure
6
1
Communication fault 1
6
2
Communication fault 2
6
3
Communication fault 3
6
4
Communication fault 4
6
5
Phone line fault
7
Tamper
7
1
System tamper
7
2
Keypad tamper
7
2
7
3
7
3
7
4
7
4
7
5
7
5
7
6
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Keypad 1 - 16 tamper
Zone expansion module tamper
1-6
Zone expansion module 1 -6 tamper
Zone tamper DEOL
1 - 16
Sensor tamper DEOL
Zone type tamper
1 – 16
Zone type 1 – 16 tamper
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6
7
7
7
7
7
8
7
8
1
Keypad Lock out
RF receiver tamper
1
RF receiver tamper
RF repeater tamper
1–8
8
RF repeater tamper
External failure
8
1 - 16
External fault zone 1 - 16
Table 10.1: Types of fault or tamper conditions
* In case one or more faults occur in this category
Fault Description
1 - Accessory Module Failure
–
Network/IP Module 1-2 Failure
Condition:
No communication with the DX4020 / ITS-DX4020G if DX4020 / ITS-DX4020G is available.
Restore:
4
Restore the communication with DX4020 / ITS - DX4020G to a normal condition and reset
the fault. For more information, refer to DX4020-G, page 22.
Supervise:
1.
Report the DX4020 / ITS - DX4020G fault to configured destination on address 124 when
the fault is detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off, when there is no other system fault.
–
Output Expansion Module 1-2 Failure
Condition:
No communication with DX3010 if DX3010 is available.
Restore:
4
Restore the communication with DX3010 to a normal condition and reset the fault. For
more information, refer to DX3010, page 18.
Supervise:
1.
Report the DX3010 fault to configured destination on address 140 when the fault is
detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off, when there is no other system fault.
–
Input Expansion Module 1-6 Failure
Condition:
No communication with DX2010 if DX2010 is available.
Restore:
4
Restore the communication with DX2010 to a normal condition and reset the fault. For
more information, refer to DX2010, page 16.
Supervise:
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Report the DX2010 fault to configured destination on address 140 when the fault is
detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off, when there is no other system fault.
–
Printer Failure
Module DX4010 Missing
Condition:
No communication with DX4010 if printer is available.
Restore:
4
Restore the communication with DX4010 to a normal condition and reset the fault.
Supervise:
1.
Report the DX4010 missing fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off, when there is no other system fault.
Printer Missing
Condition:
No communication with the printer available, if the printer is enabled and the DX4010 is in a
normal condition.
Restore:
4
Restore the communication with the printer to a normal condition and reset the fault.
Supervise:
1.
Report the printer missing fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off, when there is no other system fault.
Printer Fault
Condition:
The printer condition is abnormal (e.g. printer no paper/printer buffer is overflow/...) if printer
is enabled and the DX4010 is in a normal condition.
Restore:
4
Restore the printer to a normal condition and reset the fault.
Supervise:
1.
Report the printer error to configured destination when the fault is detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off, when there is no other system fault.
–
RF Receiver Failure
RF Receiver 1 Fault
Condition:
The receiver condition is abnormal (e.g. RF micro is removed/hold RF micro in reset/...) if a
wireless module is enabled.
Restore:
4
Restore the communication with the receiver to a normal condition and reset the fault.
For more information, refer to RF Devices, page 78.
Supervise:
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Report the receiver fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off, when there is no other system fault.
RF Receiver 1 Missing
Condition:
1.
No communication with receiver available if a wireless module is enabled.
2.
A RF zone, repeater or keyfob is configured, but the wireless module is disabled.
Restore:
4
Restore the communication with the receiver to a normal condition, enable the wireless
module and reset the fault. For more information, refer to RF Devices, page 78.
Supervise:
1.
Report the receiver missing fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
RF Receiver 1 Jammed
Condition:
A signal is disturbing the receiver if a wireless module is enabled.
Restore:
4
Remove the disturbing signal around the receiver, enable the wireless module and reset
the fault. For more information, refer to RF Devices, page 78.
Supervise:
1.
Report the receiver jam fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
–
RF Sensor Failure
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
RF Sensor Missing
Condition:
A wireless zone sends no status report to the receiver in the RF supervision interval if a
wireless module is enabled.
Restore:
4
Make sure that all wireless zones are sending status reports to the receiver in the RF
supervision interval and reset the fault. For more information, refer to RF Devices, page
78.
Supervise:
1.
Report the wireless zone missing fault to configured destination when the fault is
detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
RF Sensor Fault
Condition:
A wireless zone is in an abnormal condition (e.g. Remove the pyro from the smoke
detector/...) and a wireless module is enabled.
Restore:
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Restore all wireless zones to a normal condition and reset the fault. For more
information, refer to RF Devices, page 78.
Supervise:
1.
Report the wireless zone fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
–
RF Repeater Failure
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
1-8 RF Repeater 1-8 Missing
Condition:
No status report is send to the receiver in the RF supervision interval if a wireless module is
enabled.
Restore:
4
Make sure that status reports are sent to the receiver in the RF supervision interval and
reset the fault. For more information, refer to RF Devices, page 78.
Supervise:
1.
Report the repeater missing fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
–
RF Config Failure
Configuration Conflict Sensors
Condition:
A wireless zone configuration is in error condition.
Restore:
4
Restore all wireless zones to a normal condition and reset the fault. For more
information, refer to RF Devices, page 78.
Supervise:
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
4
Reset the fault.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
Configuration Conflict Repeaters
Condition:
A repeater configuration is in error condition.
Restore:
4
Restore all repeaters to a normal condition and reset the fault. For more information,
refer to RF Devices, page 78.
Supervise:
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
4
Reset the fault.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
Configuration Conflict Keyfobs
Condition:
A keyfob configuration is in error condition.
Restore:
4
Restore all keyfobs to a normal condition and reset the fault. For more information, refer
to RF Devices, page 78.
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Supervise:
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
4
Reset the fault.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
2 - Power Failure
–
Panel AC Failure
Condition:
1.
AC supply deficiency caused by a transformer.
2.
Power supply fuse is broken (230V).
3.
Power supply is disconnected (230V).
Restore:
1.
Reconnect the AC supply and reset the fault. For more information refer to Installation,
2.
Monitor the voltage by MPU.
page 25.
Supervise:
1.
If the AC supply is not restored one hour after the fault occurred, report the fault to
configured destination on address 124.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
When the AC supply is reconnected, the MAINS indicator lights up (except in
programming mode or in code functions mode).
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
–
Battery Low Battery
Condition:
1.
The battery voltage is lower than 11V+-1%.
2.
No battery is connected.
Restore:
1.
Connect a battery. For more information, refer to Battery Installation, page 26.
2.
Raise battery voltage to 12V+-1%, perform a dynamic battery test (time set in
programming address 204) and reset the fault.
Supervise:
1.
Set the system to perform a dynamic battery test on a regular basis (time set in
2.
Report the low battery to the configured destination programmed on address 124.
programming address 204) and every time the system is armed or reset.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
3.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
–
Panel Aux Power 1-2 Failure
Condition:
The Aux power supply voltage is lower than 9V.
Restore:
4
Raise the voltage to 12V and reset the fault.
Supervise:
1.
Monitor the voltage by MPU.
2.
Report the AUX power fault to the configured destination programmed on address 124.
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Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
3.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
–
Bosch Option Bus Power 1-2 Failure
Condition:
Bosch option bus power supply voltage is lower than 9V+-5%.
Restore:
4
Raise the voltage to 12V and reset the fault. For more information refer to Bosch Option
Bus, page 13.
Supervise:
1.
Monitor the voltage by MPU.
2.
Report the Bosch Option Bus Power Supply fault to the configured destination
programmed on address 124.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
3.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
–
RF Repeater 1-8 AC Power Failure
Condition:
1.
AC power failure to the repeater.
2.
The repeater is not wired correctly, if a wireless module is enabled.
Restore:
4
Restore the repeater AC power and reset the fault.
Supervise:
1.
Report the repeater AC power fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
–
RF Repeater 1-8 Battery Failure
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
Condition:
The repeater is in a low battery condition if a wireless module is enabled.
Restore:
4
Restore the repeater battery and reset the fault. For more information refer to RF Devices,
page 78.
Supervise:
1.
Report the repeater battery fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
–
RF Sensor Power Failure
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
Condition:
The sensor is in a low battery condition if a wireless module is enabled.
Restore:
4
Restore the sensor battery and reset the fault. For more information refer to RF Devices,
page 78.
Supervise:
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Report the sensor power fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
–
RF Keyfob Battery Failure
Condition:
The keyfob is in a low battery condition if a wireless module is enabled.
Restore:
4
Restore the keyfob battery and reset the fault. For more information refer to RF Devices,
page 78.
Supervise:
1.
Report the keyfob battery fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
3 -Output Failure
–
Onboard Output 1-2 Fault
Condition:
An onboard output is in a short circuit or open circuit condition.
Restore:
4
Restore the onboard output to a normal condition and reset the fault. For more
information refer to Outputs, page 71.
Supervise:
1.
Report the onboard output 1-2 fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
4 -Keypad Failure
–
Keypad 1-16 failure
Condition:
No communication between the panel and a keypad.
Restore:
4
Restore the communication between the panel and the keypad and reset the fault. For
more information refer to Keypad Area, page 65.
Supervise:
1.
Report the keypad fault to the configured destination programmed on address 124.
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
5- System Failure
–
Date and Time not set
Condition:
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Restore:
4
Program date and time and reset the fault. For more information refer to System Setting,
page 66.
Supervise:
1.
Report the date and time fault to the configured destination programmed on location
124.
2.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description)
3.
No report to the AMAX panel system, when date and time setting is recorded in
nonvolatile memory and AMAX Panel is reset. The FAULT indicator is turned off when
there is no other system fault.
6 - Communication Failure
–
Communication Fault 1 - 4
Condition:
The panel can not send the report to the destination 1 after four attempts.
Restore:
Make sure that reports can be sent and reset the fault. For more information refer to System
Setting, page 66.
Supervise:
1.
Report the fault to configured destination on address 124 when the fault is detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
7- Tamper
–
System Tamper
Condition:
Onboard panel tamper input is open.
Restore:
4
Close the panel tamper input and reset the fault.
Supervise:
1.
Report the tamper condition to configured destination on address 124 when the tamper
condition is detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the tamper condition is reset, send the restored report to the configured
destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
–
Keypad 1-16 Tamper
Condition:
Keypad 1 is open and the tamper contact is triggered.
Restore:
4
Close the keypad and reset the tamper condition.
Supervise:
1.
Report the tamper condition to configured destination on address 124 when the tamper
condition is detected.
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Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the tamper condition is reset, send the restored report to the configured
destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
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Zone Expansion Module 1-6 Tamper
Condition:
A disassembly of DX2010 module 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 is detected and the occurrence of zone
extension module 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 is considered as a tamper condition.
Restore:
4
Restore the DX2010 module 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 to a normal condition and reset the fault.
For more information, refer to DX2010, page 16.
Supervise:
1.
Report the tamper condition to configured destination on address 0124 when the tamper
condition is detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the tamper condition is reset, send the restored report to the configured
destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
–
Zone Tamper 1-16 DEOL
Condition:
Tamper contact is triggered (if the corresponding zone is programmed as DEOL).
Restore:
4
Restore the tamper contact and reset the tamper condition.
Supervise:
1.
Report the sensor tamper to configured destination on address 124 when the sensor
tamper is detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the tamper condition is reset, send the restored report to the configured
destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
–
Zone type 1-16 Tamper
Condition:
Tamper contact (directly connected to the zone) is triggered (zone type = tamper).
Restore:
4
Restore the tamper contact and reset the tamper condition.
Supervise:
1.
Report the tamper condition to configured destination on address 124 when the tamper
condition is detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the tamper condition is reset, send the restored report to the configured
destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
–
Keypad Lock out
Condition:
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If the number of incorrect code entries reaches the specified limit (programmed in address
0499), the keypad locks.
Restore:
4
Wait until the keypad lockout time (3min) expires and reset the fault.
Supervise:
1.
Report the keypad lock out to configured destination on address 124 when the keypad
lock out is detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the keypad lock out condition is reset, send the restored report to the configured
destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
–
RF Receiver Tamper
Condition:
A receiver is in tamper condition (e.g. when someone removes the device from its base or
pulls it out of the wall) if a wireless module is enabled.
Restore:
4
Restore the receiver and reset the tamper condition. For more information refer to RF
Devices, page 78.
Supervise:
1.
Report receiver tamper fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
–
RF Repeater Tamper
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
Condition:
A repeater is in tamper condition (e.g. when someone removes the device from its base or
pulls it out of the wall) if a wireless module is enabled.
Restore:
4
Restore the repeater and reset the tamper condition. For more information refer to RF
Devices, page 78.
Supervise:
1.
Report repeater tamper fault to configured destination when the fault is detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
8 - External Failure
–
External Fault Zone 1-16
Condition:
A fault contact (direct connected to the zone) is triggered (zone type = external fault).
Restore:
4
Restore the fault contact and reset the fault.
Supervise:
1.
Report the fault condition to configured destination on address 124 when the fault
condition is detected.
Slow flash FAULT indicator (refer to Keypad Indicators, page 10 for a detailed description).
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2.
When the fault is reset, send the restored report to the configured destinations.
P
The FAULT indicator is turned off when there is no other system fault.
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Caution!
!
11.1
Maintenance
Damage or malfunction of the system is possible if it is not maintained on a regular basis.
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It is recommended to test the system once a week.
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Make sure to get the system maintained four times a year.
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Only qualified installers /service personnel are allowed to maintain this system.
Firmware Upgrade with the ICP-EZRU2 Upgrade Key
Use the ICP-EZRU2 firmware upgrade key (green) to upgrade the firmware of the AMAX panel.
1.
Power off the AMAX panel and remove the battery.
2.
Unplug the USB cable, if plugged.
3.
Connect the firmware upgrade key to the plug on top of the printed circuit board (PCB)
of the AMAX panel. Make sure that the direction of the programming key is consistent
with the direction marked on the PCB.
4.
Power up the AMAX panel.
The LED of the firmware upgrade key flickers while the upgrade is sent to the AMAX
panel. This takes about one minute. When upgrade is terminated, the LED blinks slowly.
5.
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Technical Data
Panel
AMAX2100
AMAX3000
AMAX4000
Enclosure:
Dimensions
260 x 280 x 83.5mm (L x W x H)
(HxWxD):
Weight:
375 x 322 x 88 mm(L x W x
H)
1950g
4700g
Environmental Considerations:
Relative Humidity:
10% - 95%
Operating
-10°C - +55°C
Temperature:
Ingress protection
IP 30
rating:
Security level:
IK 06
Supervised Zones:
Onboard:
Z1:
Single or dual end-of-line (EOL 2,2KΩ)
2 wire fire zone, Single, or
NC, NO
dual end-of-line (EOL
2,2KΩ)
NC, NO
Z2 - Z16 COM:
7 Single or dual end-of-line (EOL 2,2KΩ)
15 Single or dual end-of-line
NC, NO
(EOL 2,2KΩ)
NC, NO
Tamper:
Enclosure tamper input (does not reduce point capacity)
Outputs (PO):
Programmable Onboard:
PO -1 / PO -2:
supervised output a maximum of 500mA
PO -3:
max 100mA
PO +3 / PO +4:
+12V / max 750mA
Watchdog PO -5:
max 100mA
Number of...
Zones:
8
16
32
Users:
64
128
250
Key Fob Users:
Events:
DSRF = 24, Radion = 128
256 history events, stamped with time, and date
256EN history events, stamped with time, and date
256 dialer history events, stamped with time, and date
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1000000
variations:
Keypads:
4
8
16
DX 3010:
1
2
2
3
6
B 426, or DX 4020, 2
or DX4020G (only
1):
DX2010:
DX 4010:
1
RF Receiver:
1
RF Repeater:
DSRF = 0, Radion = 8
RF Sensors:
32
RF Keyfobs:
DSRF = 24, Radion = 128
64
Power:
Power Supply
EN = A
Type:
Transformer:
230V Input/18VAC 20VA Fuse = 500mA
230V Input/18VAC 50VA
Fuse = 1A
AC Input:
AC Input Voltage: 195 VAC to 253 VAC
Line Voltage Frequency: 50 Hz
DC Output:
max current for all components 1100mA
max current for all
components 2000mA
–
max current for all components Battery 7Ah standby 12h (recharge
Batt 80% in 72h) = 550mA
–
max current for all components Battery 7Ah standby 36h + 15min
alarm current 500mA (recharge Batt 80% in 72h) = 150mA
–
max current for all
components battery 18
Ah standby 12h
(recharge Batt 80% in
72h) = 1500mA
–
max current for all
components Battery
18Ah standby 36h
(recharge Batt 80% in
24h) = 480mA
–
max current for all
components Battery
18Ah standby 36h +
15min alarm current
1000mA (recharge Batt
80% in 24h) = 400mA
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Aux 1 / 2 (+12V/
–
Nominal Output Voltage under AC line input: 13,8 VDC +3% / -5%
GND) Output:
–
Vpp (max) 675mV
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Output Voltage Range under AC line
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Output Voltage Range
input: 12.82 VDC to 13.9 VDC
–
under AC line input:
max 500mA
13.11 VDC to 14.2 VDC
–
max 900mA
Option Bus:
Cable
four wire, 0,6 to 1,2 mm Ø
requirements for
max length 200m (Panel to last KP)
busses:
max bus length 700m (max 14 devices, max 8 KPs)
Option busses
–
Nominal Output Voltage under AC line input: 13,8 VDC +3% / -5%
common data:
–
Output Voltage Range under AC line input: 13.11 VDC to 14.2 VDC
Option Bus 1:
max 500mA
max 900mA
Option Bus 2:
Panel PCB:
max 900mA
Quiescent current max 100mA
Quiescent current max
100mA
Battery:
12V/7 Ah, lead acid rechargeable
18Ah
Low battery condition is below 11,0 VDC
Minimum battery condition is 10,8VDC
Certification:
Europe
CE
EN 50130-4 (6/2011)
EN 55022 (5/2008)
EN 60950-1:2006 + A11:2009
EN
EN 50131-3 grade 2
Environmental Class 2
France
AFNOR
NF a2P 1223400001A0
Environmental Class 1
Germany
VDS
Home
Keypads:
IUI-AMAX4-TEXT (LCD Text Keypad)
Relative Humidity:
10% - 95%
Operating
-10°C - +55°C
Temperature:
Input Voltage
10.8VDC - 13.8VDC
range:
Current
standby 31mA
Consumption:
max 100mA
Ingress protection
IP 30
rating:
Security level:
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CE
157
EN 50130-4 (6/2011)
EN 55022 (5/2008)
EN 60950-1:2006 + A11:2009
EN
EN 50131-3 grade 2
Environmental Class 2
France
AFNOR
NF a2P 1223400001A0
Environmental Class 1
Germany
VDS
Home
IUI-AMAX3-LED16 (16 Zone LED Keypad)
Relative Humidity:
10%-95%
Operating
-10°C - +55°C
Temperature:
Input Voltage
10.8VDC - 13.8VDC
range:
Current
standby 31mA
Consumption:
max 60mA
Ingress protection
IP 30
rating:
Security level:
IK 06
Certification:
Europe
CE
EN 50130-4 (6/2011)
EN 55022 (5/2008)
EN 60950-1:2006 + A11:2009
EN
EN 50131-3 grade 2
Environmental Class 2
France
AFNOR
NF a2P 1223400001A0
Environmental Class 1
Germany
VDS
Home
IUI-AMAX3-LED8 (8 Zone LED Keypad)
Relative Humidity:
10%-95%
Operating
-10°C - +55°C
Temperature:
Input Voltage
12V normal
range:
Current
standby 31mA
Consumption:
max 60mA
EN type:
EN = B, IK = 06, IP = 30
Certification:
Europe
CE
EN 50130-4 (6/2011)
EN 55022 (5/2008)
EN 60950-1:2006 + A11:2009
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AFNOR
NF a2P 1223400001A0
Environmental Class 1
Germany
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