Agility Installation Quick Start Guide

Agility Installation Quick Start Guide
Agility Installation Quick Start Guide
Thank you for purchasing the Agility Flexible Wireless Solution from RISCO Group. This quick start guide will describe the main steps for installing and programming the Agility using the 2‐way wireless keypad. For more details please refer to the full Engineer’s Manual. 1.1 Install the main unit
1. Disconnect the mounting bracket from the main unit by releasing the locking screws and disconnecting the ribbon flat cable. 2. Secure the mounting bracket to the wall. 3. Connect a power wire to the power terminal located on the power supply unit of the mounting bracket. 4. Remove the battery compartment cover screw and connect the flying leads to the battery according to the correct polarity (Red +) (Black ‐). 5. On the main unit connect a phone cable, a network (IP) cable, and insert a SIM card to the GSM/GPRS module as required (If fitted) 6. Connect the main unit back to the mounting bracket and lock the locking screws. 7. Power up the Agility. ʺSecurity system is onʺ message will be announced. 1.2 Wireless Device Enrollment
Each wireless device must identify itself to the system receiver, in a process termed “enrollment”. Enrolling the wireless devices can be performed either from the main unit, a wireless keypad or via the Configuration Software. Enrollment can be performed by sending an RF signal from each device, or by typing the device’s unique serial code into the system. The following steps describe quick enrollment by RF signal. For enrollment through the keypad or via the Configuration Software refer to the engineer manual. 1. After the Agility is connected to the power supply press the button on the main unit for 5 seconds. The unit beeps once and enters “Learn” mode. The LEDs light up one after the other. 2. Send an RF signal “write message” from each device. The unit beeps once to accept or three times to reject. Once accepted the system sounds a local message describing the device type and its assignment (e.g., zone 1). For future use, you may want to note down the assignment of each device. Agility Installation Quick Start Guide
1 How to send a write message (transmission):
Wireless Device
Sending Write Message
2‐Way Keypad Press both keys least 2 seconds and simultaneously for at Detector/Contacts Press the tamper switch for 3 seconds 1‐Way Keypad Press the 1‐Way Key fob Press the± button for at least 2 seconds 2‐Way Remote Control Press both keys least 2 seconds Smoke Detector Insert battery. Write message is send automatically within 10 seconds. Sounder Press the reset switch on the sounder. After a squawk is sounded at the sounder you have 10 seconds to press on the tamper switch for at least 3 seconds. key twice and simultaneously for at Gas, CO detectors Press the test button for 3 seconds 2 Panic Button Key fob Press both buttons for at least 7 seconds 3. When all the devices have been enrolled, give the button a short press to exit “Learn” mode. The unit beeps once and the LEDs stop flashing. 1.3 Keypad Programming
There are several options for programming the Agility: Configuration Software, wireless keypad, or memory card. The following sections explain how to program Agility from the keypad. The following table describes the uses of the keypad keys during programming: ‐ to wake the keypad up, go up one level, exit menus, disregard change ‐ to select (similar to the Enter key) ‐ to scroll ‐ to change selections (e.g., Y to N) ‐ to exit the programming mode 1.4 Accessing Engineer Mode
1. Press to wake the keypad up. 2. Enter the engineerʹs code 0132 (default code). 2 Agility Installation Quick Start Guide
1.5 Measure Noise and Calibrate the Receiver
Once a keypad has been enrolled, you can use it to control the main unit. The first step is to measure the background ʺnoiseʺ that the receiver can ʺhearʺ on the same frequency as the Agility wireless devices. This noise may be generated by other devices operating on the same frequency nearby. This gives an indication of whether you have chosen a good location for the main unit. Any communication between the devices and the main unit should be stronger than this noise level. From the keypad: 1. From within the Engineer menu, use the keys to scroll between menus and the key to select menu options. Open the 2) Testing > 1) Main Unit > 1) Noise Level > 2) Calibrate. 2. The noise level is displayed. The lower the noise level the better the communication will be. If the noise level seems very high, try to find a better location for the panel. 1.6 Zones
1.6.1
Program the Zones The parameters available per zone vary according to the zone type. 1. From within the Engineer menu select 1) Programming > 2) Radio Device > 2) Modification > 1) Zones > 2) Parameters. keys select a zone and press 2. Use the . 3. Set the basic parameters for each zone as follows: •
Label – provide a meaningful name Key
Data Sequence
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 . , ʹ ? ! ʺ – ( ) @ / : _ + & * # 2 a b c A B C 3 d e f D E F 4 g h i G H I 5 j k l J K L 6 m n o M N O 7 p q r s P Q R S 8 t u v T U V 9 w x y z W X Y Z 0 Use these keys to toggle forwards and backwards through all the available characters. •
Partition ‐ Use the arrows and the •
Type – Using the arrow keys, select the desired zone type from the list and press •
Sound – Use the arrows and select the desired sound, in most cases this will be ʺBell Onlyʺ •
Advanced – includes Chime, Supervision, Forced Set Enabled, and on 2‐way PIR detectors only Detection Mode, Sensitivity and Enabled LEDs key to set the partition assignment (default is 1) Agility Installation Quick Start Guide
3 1.6.2
Testing Zones 1. Use to go back up to the root of the Programming menu. Press to exit programming and to confirm. press 2. Using the keys select 2) Testing > 2) Zones > 1) Comm Test. 3. Select the zone that you wish to test. keys to scroll to the tested zone and observe a number representing the last 4. Use the measured signal received from the detector. Note: The signal should be higher than the measured calibrated level of the receiver previously set. 1.7 Keyfobs
1.7.1
Program the KeyFobs Parameters Each keyfob can be set up to perform different system operations and control different utility outputs. Up to eight keyfobs can be enrolled to the system. The programming options under the parameters menu vary according to the type of the remote control, 1‐Way or 2‐Way. 1. From the engineer menu select 1) Programming > 2) Radio Device > 2) Modification menu 2) Keyfobs > 1 ) Parameters. 2. Select a keyfob and press between menus and the and set its basic parameters. Use the keys to scroll key to select menu options: a. 1‐Way keyfob basic parameters: •
Label – provide a meaningful name (see keypadʹs label table above for details) •
Partition assignment (in most cases this is left as 1) •
Button 1 functionality: (the Lock button), normally ‘Set’ •
Button 2 functionality: (the Unlock button), normally ‘Unset’ •
Button 3 functionality: (Panic or Output Control button), normally ‘Disabled’ •
Button 4 (The sunken button), normally ‘Part Set’ b. 2‐Way keyfob (8‐button remote control) parameters: •
Label – provide a meaningful name (see keypadʹs label table above for details) •
Partition assignment (in most cases this is left as 1) •
PIN code – if required set the PIN Code for the 8‐button remote control •
Panic – define whether sending a panic alarm from the remote control is permitted (disabled by default) •
Assign the buttons to utility outputs 3. Press to go back up to the Keyfobs menu and select 2) Control. 4. Use the •
4 to toggle between Y/N to enable: Instant Set: Full Set without exit delay •
Part Set: Part Setting without exit delay •
Unset with Code when using the 8‐button remote control. Agility Installation Quick Start Guide
1.7.2
Testing the KeyFobs 1. Use to go back up to the root of the Programming menu. Press then press to exit Programming and to confirm. keys select 2) Testing > 3) Keyfobs > 1) Comm Test 2. Using 3. Select the keyfob that you wish to test. 4. Use the arrow keys to scroll to the tested keyfob and view the last received communication level. The signal should be higher than the measured calibrated level of the receiver previously set. 1.8 Keypads
Up to three keypads can be enrolled to the system. 1.8.1
Programming the keypads 1. From the engineer menu select 1) Programming > 2) Radio Device > 2) Modification menu 3) Keypads > 1) Parameters. 2. Select a keypad, press menus and the and set its basic parameters. Use the keys to scroll between key to select menu options select : •
Label – provide a meaningful name (see keypadʹs label table above for details) •
Emergency keys: Defines whether the emergency keys (
and and for fire alarm, for emergency alarm) will be activated or not. •
Function key: Define the operation of the keys. These keys can be disabled, used to send a panic alarm or used to communicate with the Alarm Receiving Center. •
Output control: Assign outputs for the keypadʹs keys 1‐3. 3. Press •
to go back up to the Keypads menu and select 2) Control. RF Wakeup: Defines whether the keypad LCD will light up automatically during the entry delay time. Agility Installation Quick Start Guide
5 1.9 Sounders
1.9.1
Program the sounder parameters Up to 3 sounders can be enrolled in the system. 1. From the engineer programming menu select 1) Programming > 2) Radio Device > 2) Modification menu 4) Sounders 2. Select a sounder and press between menus and the •
1.9.2
and set its basic parameters. Use the keys to scroll key to select menu option: Label – provide a meaningful name •
Supervision – define if the sounder is supervised •
Volume – set the volume produced from the sounder during alarm, squawk or exit/entry time •
Strobe – set the strobe operation of the external wireless sounder Testing the sounders 1. Use press 2. Using to go back up to the root of the Programming menu. Press to exit Programming and to confirm. keys select 2) Testing > 5) Sounders > 1) Comm Test keys to scroll to the tested sounders and view the last received communication 3. Use the level. The signal should be higher than the measured calibrated level of the receiver previously set 1.10 Program Communication Modules
Agility’s menus include only those communication modules installed on‐board. 1. Use to go back up to the 1) Programming menu and select 4) Communication > 1) Method. 2. Select each method (PSTN, IP and/or GSM) and define its parameters. 1.11 Program ARC Communication
You can define up to three ARC accounts and several associated parameters that define the nature of communication, event reporting and confirmation between the owner and the ARC. 1. Use to go back up to the 1) Programming > 4) Communication menu and select 2) ARC. 2. Select the report type for each ARC and define its parameters. 3. Define the Account number for each ARC. 4. Go through the menus to program any other communication parameters. 6 Agility Installation Quick Start Guide
1.12 Set Up Follow Me Destinations
Now that you have set up the methods for Agility to communicate with the ARC and the owner, you can define the destinations to which event notifications will be sent. 1. Use to go back up to the 4) Communication menu and select 4) Follow Me. 2. Under 1) Define FM set each destination’s: •
Report Type (SMS, Email, Voice) •
The events that will be sent, organized by category (Alarms, Set/Unset, Faults, GSM, Environmental, Miscellaneous) •
The restore events that will be sent •
The operations the user will be able to perform through remote connection via phone or SMS Note: The actual destinations (telephone numbers, email addresses) are defined outside of the Programming menu or from the User menu. 1.13 Set System Parameters
There are several system‐wide parameters that define how the Agility works. They are collected under the System menu. All these parameters are set with default values that apply for most installations. If you wish to make a change, go through the menus to program any other system parameter. 1.14 Customize the Voice Menu
Users can use the voice menu to hear local messages on system status, faults and events, and to control the system through remote phone operation. 1. Use to go back up to the 1) Programming menu and select 5) Audio Messages. 2. Under Local Messages, select which messages will be sounded locally (on the main unit or the external audio unit). 3. Under Assign Message, create the phrases that will be used in place of the default messages (e.g., instead of Zone 1 define “Front Entrance and Hall”). Refer to the Descriptor Directory in the Engineer Manual for the codes. 1.15 Set Up Users
As the engineer, you must set up the system’s users. The owner (Grand Master) will be allowed to subsequently set their passwords. 1. Use to go back up to the 1) Programming menu and select 3) Codes. 2. Under the User option define for each user a label identifying the user, its authority level and the partitions it can control with his code. 3. Change the default engineer code. 1.16 Set the Clock
1. From the Engineer menu, select 5) Clock. 2. Set the Time & Date. Agility Installation Quick Start Guide
7 1.17 User Definitions and System Operation
1. Instruct the user to define the actual User Codes. Advise the user to change the default Grand Master code. Help the user enroll proximity tags. 2. Instruct the user on defining and editing the Follow Me destinations. 3. Instruct the user on the following operations, performed from the keypad or keyfobs: •
Full Set •
Part Set •
Unset •
Unset under duress •
Send a panic event •
Check the system status •
Operate a utility output •
Use the voice menu for remote operation •
Use SMS for remote operation 1.18 Test the System
Before leaving the site, it is important to fully test the system. Agility has several testing tools that help you feel confident the system will operate optimally, including relieving any concerns you may have about the wireless communication. From the Engineer menu, go through the tests under the 2) Testing menu: •
Main Unit noise level, buzzer, speaker and battery •
You can test each device for communication and battery test •
For zones you can perform a Walk Test – during which you should receive a “TRIP” from each detector, and the panel will also receive a reading of the RF signal strength from each device and an indication of battery fault •
GSM signal strength •
Perform a test to ensure follow me is working RISCO Group UK Ltd Tel: 0161 655 5500 Fax: 0161 655 5501 Internet: www.riscogroup.co.uk Technical Support Tel: 0161 655 5600 Technical Support Fax: 0161 655 5610 Technical E‐mail: [email protected] RISCO Group UK Ltd reserve the right to amend the software and features without prior notice. © RISCO Group 11/08 8 5IN1153 Agility Installation Quick Start Guide
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