EURO Addendum - Castle Care-Tech
EURO Addendum
VERSION 7.1 - New Features:
Version 7.1 software is now available for the Euro 46, 76, 162, and 280.
New Input Types:
Input Type 29: Interior: This will work the same as an Intruder type input, the
only difference is that when CID reporting is programmed then any inputs that are
programmed as Interior will report CID event 132.
Input Type: 32: Flood: This input type will work as a 24 hr input , any inputs that are
programmed for Flood will activate the external siren and will report CID event 113.
Input Type: 40: Perimeter: This will work the same as an Intruder type input, the
only difference is that when CID reporting is programmed then any inputs that are
programmed as Perimeter will report CID event 131.
Input Type: 41: Keybox: This input type will work similar to a switcher input, it does not
trigger an alarm but will report CID event 250 and is also a useful input type when an
output is required to to follow the Keybox type input.
Input Type: 42: Medical: This is a 24 Hr type input it will activate the external sounder
and report a CID event 100.
New type added to ‘Follow Input’ output.
There is now a new addition to the ‘Follow Input’ output type called ‘Code Reset’.
This output will activate when the chosen input opens, and will only turn off on the entry
of a valid code.
Communicator Formats
There are three new communicating protocols, Scope pager, Webwayone, and Chiron.
This now alters how all the communicating protocols are mapped:
[000]
[001]
[002]
[003]
Fast
Fast
Fast
Fast
4.8.1
6.8.1
4.16.1
6.16.1
[004]
[005]
[128]
[129]
Rs232 Tx
Scope Pager
SIA Level 1
SIA 3
[130]
[133]
[141]
[142]
Contact ID
SMS Message
WebWayOne
Chiron
Content Types (Contact ID, SIA and SMS)
‘System set by autoset’ has now been moved from content type 1 to content type 2.
Individual Speaker Areas
It is now possible to control speakers for individual area’s on each keypad.
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EURO Addendum
VERSION 7 - New Features:
Version 7 software is now available for the Euro 44, 76 and 280.
New Input Types:
Input type 22 Input Line Fail: Active when input is triggered. Will give a line fault alarm,
and will signal telecom line fault CID/SIA events on expiry of line fault timer. Works in
conjunction with CCTV input type.
Input type 39 CCTV: Active at all times. No audible or communicator response
If the input line fail is active, the system will signal CID/SIA events for any CCTV inputs
that are triggered.
New Output Type:
0210 Fire Reset A (As 0010 for Area A / Level set A events only)
New Programming Features:
Assign Keypads/Readers->Readers->Entry Control: Used to lock/unlock doors. The
external or internal reader can have maglocks connected to them. This option is used in
conjunction with ‘tag opens doors’ below. See the next page for installation details.
Site Options->Tag Opens Doors: Used in conjunction with “Entry Control” in Assign
Keypads/Readers. If set to ‘No’ – any reader assigned for ‘entry control’ will arm/disarm
as normal, and any doors on the system are open when the system is unset. If set ‘Yes’
the readers control the arming/disarming and doors
Site Options->Simple Set: Enables the ‘simple set’ functionality which allows a user to set
the system by pressing the ‘’ key and the level set. (NOT UK COMPLIANT)
Change Timers->Service Time: This is a timer that can be set in days, and will display
a message to the user warning that a service is due. An engineer code will clear the
message
Predictive Text: The Euro system incorporates predictive text, so the system will predict
that word is being spelt. For example, if you enter ‘B’ and press the  key and enter ‘e’.
Bedroom will automatically be displayed, to accept press  or if this isn’t the word you
require just type the rest of the word as you normally would and then press the  key.
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CHAPTER 14: ENTRY CONTROL
The version 7 XPander panels provide the facility to use the internal or external readers to lock and
unlock doors.
ENTRY
CONTROL: INTERNAL TAG READER (EUR-107)
14.1 Entry Control: Internal Tag Reader
Connecting the Push to Exit Button
Connecting the Mag Lock Control
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ENTRY
CONTROL:
XPander
Arming
With The Internal Tag Reader
System Manual
System Manual
14.2 Arming the Control Panel using the internal prox reader
14.2 Arming the Control Panel using the internal prox reader
Action
Action
Visual
Visual
Sequence
Sequence
Present a valid tag to the
Presentand
a valid
to theit.
reader
thentag
remove
reader and then remove it.
The door lock will open
The door lock will open
Present the same tag to
Present
thewithin
same10
tag to
the
reader
the
reader
within
10
seconds, and then remove
seconds,
then
it.
The exitand
time
willremove
start on
it. The
exit time
start
the
control
panelwill
and
theon
the control
panel and the
door
will lock.
door will lock.
The system will set after the
The
will set aftertime
the
final system
door is closed/exit
final
door is closed/exit time
expires.
expires.
14.3 Disarming the Control Panel using the internal prox reader
Disarming
1 4 . 3 D i s a rWith
m i n g t The
h e C oInternal
n t r o l P a n e Tag
l u s i nReader
g the internal prox reader
Action
Action
Visual
Visual
Sequence
Sequence
Present a valid tag to the
Present
a valid
to theit.
reader and
thentag
remove
reader and then remove it.
The bell symbol will be
The
bell symbol
be is
illuminated
if the will
system
illuminated
if the symbol
system will
is
set, or the unset
set,
or the unset
symbol
will is
be illuminated
if the
system
be
illuminated if the system is
unset.
unset.
Present the same tag to the
Present
the same
tag to the
reader, and
then remove
it.
reader, and then remove it.
The doors will unlock and the
The
doors
system
willwill
be unlock
unset. and the
system will be unset.
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System Manual
14.4 Entry Control: External Tag Reader
ENTRY
CONTROL: EXTERNAL TAG READER (EUR-108)
Connecting the Push to Exit Button
Connecting the Mag Lock Control
Coil
Wire colour
Brown
Orange
Green
Light Green
Grey
Violet
Description
Addressing
Addressing
Addressing
Lock
Ground
Alarm
Wire Colour
Pink
White
Black
Blue
Yellow
Red
Description
PTE
Door
D1
D4
D3
D2
Please note the external reader ‘EUR-108’ must be used in order to use
Entry Control feature .
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ENTRY
CONTROL:
XPander
Arming
With The External Tag Reader
XPander
System Manual
System Manual
14.5 Arming the Control Panel using the external prox reader
14.5 Arming the Control Panel using the external prox reader
Action
Action
Visual
Visual
Sequence
Sequence
Present a valid tag to the
reader
thentag
remove
Presentand
a valid
to theit.
reader and then remove it.
The GREEN LED will come
on
if programmed,
the
Theand
GREEN
LED will come
door
willif unlock.
on
and
programmed, the
door will unlock.
Present the same tag to
the reader,
then
Present
theand
same
tag to
remove
it.
The
exit
the reader, and thentime will
start on it.
theThe
control
panel.
remove
exit time
will
start on the control panel.
The RED LED will illuminate
whenRED
the system
armed,
The
LED willhas
illuminate
and
after
a
few
seconds,
the
when the system has armed,
LEDafter
will extinguish
and
a few seconds, the
LED will extinguish
14.6 Disarming the Control Panel using the external prox reader
Disarming
1 4 . 6 D i s a r With
m i n g t hThe
e C oExternal
n t r o l P a n eTag
l u s i nReader
g the external prox reader
Action
Action
Visual
Visual
Sequence
Sequence
Present a valid tag to the
reader
thentag
remove
Presentand
a valid
to theit.
reader and then remove it.
The RED LED will illuminate
to
show
system
is
The
REDthe
LED
will illuminate
armed.
to show the system is
armed.
Present the same tag to
the reader,
then
Present
theand
same
tag to
remove
it.
the reader, and then
remove it.
The RED LED will
extinguish,
andwill
the system
The RED LED
will disarm. and
Andthe
if system
extinguish,
programmed,
the
will disarm. And if door
release
will open.
programmed,
the door
release will open.
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Programming Manual
5.23.2 Programming Contact iD, SIA and SMS
The Contact
iD, SIA
and SMS signalling Content
protocol can also
be used. However the programming
New
Contact
ID/SIA/SMS
Types
differs from Fast Format, here you have to select the content types you would like to be sent
to the Alarm Receiving Centre. The table below shows the types you may have.
Content Types
1
Set: System Set, Secure set system, System rearm, System set by Autoset, Final Set,
2
Unset: System Unset, System unset by Autoset, Autoset cancelled by a user, Forced Set
3
Special Unset: Special Unset, Access Exit Requested
4
Set Fail: Set Failure, Set Failure with input
5
Alarms: Case/SAB Tamper, Power Fault, Fire Input Active, Day Alarm Input Active, Intruder
Input Active, Radio Low Battery, Fire Key Pressed, Burglary Alarm, Gas Alarm, Tamper Alarm,
Tamper on Input, Entry/Exit Alarm, No Input Activity Sent, Day Alarm, Perimeter, Interior
Alarm
6
First Alarm: Burglary Alarm Once, Gas Alarm Once, Tamper Alarm Once, Entry/Exit Alarm
Once, Day Alarm Once, Interior Alarm Once,
7
Alarm Silenced
8
Confirmed: Confirmed Signal
9
Lo Tech Faults: STU Telecom Line OK, CCTV Line Fail, CCTV Line OK, Telecom Line OK,
10 High Tech Faults: Any faults from Mains, Battery, Communications, Fuses, Device
Fail/Restored, Digi Fail Comms, STU Comms Failure, Detector Fault, Detector Masked, Telecom
Line Fault,
11 System Changes/Resets: Clock Set From/To, Added/Deleted/Changed Code, System Restart,
Twin Device, Excess Current, Logs Cleared, Engineer Reset, Clean Start, Site Changed, CHC Call
Failed, Logs nearly full, PC Clock Set to,
12 Manager Info: Unset System
13 Engineer Info: Engineer Access/Exit
14 Access Control Alarm: Door Left Open/Forced
15 Access Control Info: Tag at Reader
16 Access Control Ref: Invalid Tag
17 Special Log Switcher On: Input Special Log Switcher Open
18 Special Log Switcher Off: Input Special Log Switcher Closed
19 Special Log Other On: Input Special Log Open
20 Special Log Other Off: Input Special Log Close
21 Shunt/Ward Set: Shunt Opened Ward Set
22 Shunt/Ward Unset: Shunt Closed Ward Unset/Silenced
23 Shunt/Ward Alarm: Ward Alarm
24 Walk Test: Input Walk Tested
25 Restores: Burglary Restore, Gas Restore, Tamper Restore, Entry/Exit Restore, Tamper on
Input Restore, 2 Key PA Restore, iD line short restore, Fuse fail restore, Case Tamper Restore,
SAB Tamper Restore, Day Alarm Restore, Interior Alarm Restore, Radio Low Battery Restore,
Radio Jamming Restore, Radio Supervision Restore
26 Not Used
27 Mains Fail: Mains Fail Alarm/Restore
28 Duress: Fire Alarm, PA Alarm, HoldUp Alarm, Duress Code, Fire Alarm Once, PA Alarm Once,
Holdup Alarm Once, Fire Restore, PA Restore, Hold Up Restore,
29 Emergency: Emergency Input Opened, Emergency Alarm Once, Emergency Restore,
30 Input Status: Input Omitted, Input Force Armed
31 Aborts: Stopped Set, Abort
5.23.3 PABX Systems (Only relevant to SMS)
Please note for PABX telephone systems (where a “9” is needed in order to dial an outside
line), you must put “NN” before the account number in the “account reference” part of the
programming (see below). If you haven’t been given an account number then the account
reference “NN1111” would be OK to use. This needs to be entered on the keypad.
*Not available on the EURO 28
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0845 6434 999 (local rate)
or 01709 535225
Hours: Monday to Friday 7:00am till 7:30pm
or visit www.castle-caretech.com/technical
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