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Installer Guide
PowerMaster-10/
PowerMaster-30
Fully supervised wireless alarm control system
PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30
Installer's Guide
TABLE OF CONTENTS
3.2.1 Entering the "Installer Mode" via "User
Permit" ........................................................ 32
1. INTRODUCTION ................................................. 4
1.1 System Features .......................................... 6
2. INSTALLATION .................................................. 9
2.1 Choosing the Mounting Location ............... 9
2.2 PowerMaster-10 Installation ...................... 10
2.2.1 Opening the PowerMaster-10 Control
Panel and Bracket Mounting ....................... 10
2.2.2 Closing the PowerMaster-10 Control
Panel .......................................................... 11
2.2.3 Supplying Power to the Unit ............... 11
2.2.4 Connecting to the Telephone Line ..... 12
2.2.5 System Planning & Programming ...... 13
2.2.6 GSM Module Installation .................... 13
2.2.7 PGM-5 Installation ............................. 14
2.2.8 Adding Wired Zones or PGM ............. 15
2.2.9 Connecting Power to the Control Panel
................................................................... 18
2.3 PowerMaster-30 Installation ...................... 21
2.3.1 Opening the PowerMaster-30 Control
Panel and Bracket Mounting ....................... 21
2.3.2 Closing the PowerMaster-30 Control
Panel .......................................................... 22
2.3.3 Supplying Power to the Unit ............... 22
2.3.4 Connecting to the Telephone Line ..... 23
2.3.5 System Planning & Programming ...... 23
2.3.6 GSM Module Installation .................... 24
2.3.7 PGM-5 Installation ............................. 24
2.3.8 DUAL RS-232 Optional Module
Mounting ..................................................... 25
2.3.9 Optional Expander Module Mounting . 26
2.3.10 Connecting AC Power to the Control
Panel .......................................................... 29
2.4 Annual System Check ............................... 30
3. PROGRAMMING .............................................. 31
3.1 General Guidance ...................................... 31
3.1.1 Navigation .......................................... 31
3.1.2 Feedback Sounds .............................. 31
3.2 Entering the "Installer Mode" and Selecting
a Menu Option .................................................. 32
3.3 Setting Installer Codes ............................... 33
3.3.1 Identical Installer and Master Installer
Codes .......................................................... 34
3.4 Zones / Devices .......................................... 34
3.4.1 General Guidance & Zones/Devices
Menu Options .............................................. 34
3.4.2 Adding (Enrolling) New Wireless
Devices or Wired Sensors ........................... 34
3.4.3 Deleting a Device ............................... 40
3.4.4 Modifying or Reviewing a Device ........ 41
3.4.5 Replacing a Device............................. 42
3.4.6 Defining Configuration Defaults for
"Device Settings" ......................................... 42
3.4.7 Downloading Configuration Settings into
Devices via Radio ........................................ 43
3.5 Control Panel .............................................. 43
3.5.1 General Guidance – "Control Panel"
Flow-Chart & Menu Options ........................ 43
3.5.2 Configuring Arming/Disarming and
Exit/Entry Procedures .................................. 45
3.5.3 Configuring Zones Functionality ......... 47
3.5.4 Configuring Alarms & Troubles ........... 47
3.5.5 Configuring Sirens Functionality ......... 49
3.5.6 Configuring Audible & Visual User
Interface ...................................................... 49
3.5.7 Configuring Jamming and Supervision
(Missing device) .......................................... 51
3.5.8 Configuring Miscellaneous Features ... 52
3.6 Communication .......................................... 52
3.6.1 General Guidance – "Communication"
Flow-Chart & Menu Options .......................... 52
3.6.2 Configuring PSTN (Landline or
Telephone Line) Connection ....................... 55
3.6.3 Configuring GSM-GPRS (IP) - SMS
Cellular Connection ..................................... 56
3.6.4 Configuring Events Reporting to
Monitoring Stations ...................................... 58
3.6.5 Configuring Events Reporting to Private
Users ........................................................... 63
3.6.6 Configuring Motion Cameras for Video
Alarm Verification ........................................ 64
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3.6.7 Configuring Upload / Download Remote
Programming Access Permission ............... 65
5.4 Fuse Replacement ...................................... 84
5.5 Replacing/Relocating Detectors ................ 84
3.7 PGM Output ................................................ 67
3.7.1 General Guidance .............................. 67
3.7.2 Open Collector States ........................ 67
3.7.3 Configuring a PGM device ................. 67
3.7.4 Entering Daytime Limits ..................... 67
6 READING THE EVENT LOG .............................. 85
APPENDIX A. Specifications ............................... 86
A1. Functional ................................................... 86
3.8 Custom Names ........................................... 70
3.8.1 Custom Zone Names ......................... 70
3.8.2 Record Speech .................................. 70
3.8.3 Voice Box Mode ................................. 71
A2. Wireless ...................................................... 87
3.9 Diagnostics ................................................. 72
3.9.1 General Guidance – "Diagnostics" FlowChart & Menu Options ................................ 72
3.9.2 Testing Wireless Devices ................... 73
3.9.3 Testing the GSM module ................... 74
A5. Physical Properties .................................... 89
3.10 User Settings ............................................ 75
3.11 Factory Default ......................................... 75
3.11.1 General Guidance – "Factory Default"
Menu ........................................................... 75
3.11.2 Resetting Factory Default Parameters
.................................................................... 75
A3. Electrical ..................................................... 87
A4. Communication .......................................... 89
A6. Peripherals and Accessory Devices ......... 89
APPENDIX B. Detailed Installer Menu Map ........ 90
APPENDIX C. Working with Partitions................ 94
C1. User Interface and Operation .................... 94
C2. Common Areas........................................... 94
APPENDIX D. Detector Deployment & Transmitter
Assignments......................................................... 96
3.12 Serial Number ........................................... 76
3.12.1 General Guidance – "Serial Number"
Menu ........................................................... 76
3.12.2 Reading the Serial Number .............. 76
D1. Detector Deployment Plan ......................... 96
3.13 Start UL/DL ............................................... 76
3.13.1 General Guidance – "Start UL/DL"
Menu ........................................................... 76
3.13.2 Performing Server Upload/Download 77
D4. Non-Alarm Transmitter List ....................... 98
3.14 Partitioning ............................................... 77
3.14.1 General Guidance – "Partitioning"
Menu ........................................................... 77
3.14.2 Enabling / Disabling Partitions .......... 78
D2. Keyfob Transmitter List ............................. 98
D3. Emergency Transmitter List ...................... 98
APPENDIX E. Event Codes .................................. 99
E1. Contact ID Event Codes ............................. 99
E2. SIA Event Codes....................................... 100
E3. Understanding the Scancom Reporting
Protocol Data Format ..................................... 100
3.15 Exiting the Installer Mode ........................ 78
APPENDIX F. Glossary ...................................... 101
4 PERIODIC TEST ................................................ 79
APPENDIX G. Default and Programmed Zone
Definitions ........................................................... 103
4.1 General Guidance ...................................... 79
4.2 Conducting a Periodic Test ....................... 79
5. MAINTENANCE ................................................ 82
5.1 Handling System Troubles ........................ 82
5.2 Dismounting the Control Panel ................. 83
5.3 Replacing the Backup Battery................... 83
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MESSAGE TO THE INSTALLER
This manual refers to PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 v13 and above. The most updated manuals can be
downloaded from the Visonic Web site http://www.visonic.com.
The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 control panel is supplied with 2 instruction manuals:
Installer's Guide (this manual) – for use of system installer during system installation and configuration
User’s Guide -– also for use of system installer during system installation and configuration, but also for the
master user of the system, once installation is completed. Hand this manual over to the master user of the
system.
In addition each device comes with its own installation instructions (both physical installation and its
PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 configuration options).
APPENDIX D. Detector Deployment & Transmitter Assignments of the Installer's Guide will help you prepare an
installation plan. Consider filling out the forms - your job will become much easier and confusion will be
prevented. Filling out the forms will also help you create a list of detectors and transmitters that must be
obtained for the particular application.
Although setting the correct time and date is one of the user tasks, we recommend that you set the time and
date in the course of programming. Access to the “User Settings” for the installer is possible from the installer‘s
menu or through the user menu (see User’s Guide Chapter 6).
After programming, proceed to install the system as detailed in the Installation Instructions.
For PSTN systems you should verify the alarm system is able to seize the telephone line in order to provide
timely reports, even in cases where telephone line is being used when alarm occurs. Be aware of other phone
line services such as DSL. If DSL service is present on the phone line, you must install a filter. It is suggested to
use the DSL alarm filter model Z-A431PJ31X manufactured by Excelsus Technologies, or equivalent. This filter
simply plugs into the RJ-31X jack and allows alarm reporting without breaking the internet connection.
Compliance Statement
Hereby, Visonic Group declares that the PowerG series of central units and accessories are designed to comply
with:
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•
•
U.S. Standards: USA: (FCC) CFR 47 part 15 and part 68
Canada Standards: RSS 210
European CE Standards
The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 complies with the RTTE requirements - Directive 1999/5/EC of the
European Parliament and of the Council of 9 March 1999.
According to the European standard EN50131-1, the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 security grading is
2 - "low to medium risk" and environmental classification is II – "indoor general" and the power supply type is
A. EN 50131-6, and ATS4 according to EN 50136.
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GSM standards:
Europe: Complies with CE standards 3GPP TS 51.010-1, EN 301 511, EN301489-7
USA: CFR 47 Part 22 (GSM850) and Part 24 (GSM 1900).
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1. INTRODUCTION
PowerMaster-10 and PowerMaster-30 are PowerG-enabled professional all-in-one wireless security, fire and
safety systems supporting advanced applications and Visonic's new revolutionary PowerG™ Two-Way, Time
Division Multiple Access (TDMA) and Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) wireless technology. This
offers unmatched wireless robustness, superior range and long battery life; a perfect and user friendly solution
for both monitoring service providers and professional installers.
PowerG Main Benefits and Features:
Two-way communication ensures there are no lost alarms and saves battery life by eliminating
unnecessary re-transmissions
Multiple channels (up to 50) and frequency hopping technology overcomes interferences to wireless
communication
Transmission range is by far greater than the industry standard (2000m, 6000ft), enabling repeaterfree installations even in large premises
Message collisions are eliminated by using the same technologies used in WiMAX, GSM and
Bluetooth
Devices dynamically start and stop using available repeaters according to need
Smart mechanism enables adjacent systems to co-exist without disturbing one another
Short keep-alive period provides reliable supervision of any vandalism attempts or device failure
Communication is protected by the proven AES-128 encryption algorithm to protect against
sophisticated intruders
5-8 years battery life for all peripherals
PowerMaster System Main Benefits and Features:
All PowerG benefits
Quick and easy installation and on-site diagnostics
Up to 3 partitions∗ saves cost and allows support for complex sites
Two-way voice communication∗
All devices are configured from the panel – no hardware switches and no need to re-open the
peripherals once closed
7-digit code on each device is used for easy local or remote enrollment
Configuration templates enable to configure the devices collectively instead of individually
Special button on each device prevents RF activity from interfering with enrollment procedures
Wireless signal quality indication visible on all devices – enables to choose the ideal location for
installation without using the panel during mounting of peripherals
Powerful diagnostic tool indicates RF link quality to show abrupt problems and to verify installation in
house setup.
Remotely review and/or change configuration and status of all peripherals
Initiate remote walk test with assistance by anyone in the house
Remote diagnostics of wireless signal quality for all peripherals - measure all wireless connections and
reports back
Distributed siren using smoke detectors (SirenNet)
Visual verification
All-in-one self-contained alarm system with built-in Siren and Keypad
Up to 2 wired zones and programmable PGM
Reporting to Private and Monitoring Station by voice, SMS, digital communication, etc., over cellular,
or phone line, and various monitoring station protocols.
Device locator - helps you to identify open or troubled devices indicated on the LCD display.
New Guardbox zone type enables you to disarm the system after an alarm using a dedicated user
code.
∗
Refers to PowerMaster-30 only
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System Architecture:
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1.1 System Features
The following table lists the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 features with a description of each feature and
how to use it.
Feature
Description
Reference
Visual Alarm
Verification
The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30
when used with Next CAM PG2 PIR
camera enables accurate assessment of
the situation inside the premises by
providing the Monitoring Station with
visual clips captured by motion cameras
when an alarm is triggered in burglary,
fire, and personal alarm situations. The
system sends the clips to the Monitoring
Station automatically for burglary alarms
and, depending on setup, also for fire and
personal emergency alarms
To configure camera settings: refer to
the Next CAM PG2 Installation
Instructions
The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30
can provide images from the Next CAM
PG2 by demand from a remote
PowerManage server. Pictures are taken
based on a command from the monitoring
station. To protect customers' privacy, the
system can be customized to enable the
"On Demand View" only during specific
system modes (i.e. Disarm, Home &
Away) and also to a specific time window
following an alarm event.
To setup the On demand feature: see
section 3.6.6 Configuring Motion Cameras
for Video Alarm Verification
Enrollment
PowerG devices are enrolled from the
control panel. "Pre-enrollment" can also
be performed by entering the PowerG
device ID number (printed on the back of
each device) and then activating the
device in the vicinity of the panel (due to
the possibility of the device being shipped
to the end user prior to this stage).
To understand the enrollment and the
pre-enrollment procedure using the
panel: see section 3.4.2 Adding
(Enrolling) New Wireless Devices or Wired
Sensors
Configuration
Device parameters and related system
behavior can be configured from the
control panel or from a remote location.
To configure devices from the control
panel: see Chapter 3 Programming
You can test the function of all wireless
sensors deployed throughout the
protected area, to collect information
To test the function of wireless sensors
and to obtain their received signal
strength indication: see section 3.9
On demand
Diagnostics of the
control panel and
peripherals
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To enable fire and personal alarm
verification: see section 3.6.6
Configuring Motion Cameras for Video
Alarm Verification
To request and view images: refer to the
PowerManage User's Guide, Chapter 5
Viewing and Handling Events
To configure devices from a remote
location: refer to the PowerManage User's
Guide Chapter 3 Working with Panels and
to the Remote Programmer PC software
User's Guide, Chapters 6 and 7.
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Conducting walk
tests
Up to 3 partitions∗
about the received signal strength from
each transmitter and to review
accumulated data after the test.
Diagnostics
You can conduct a periodic test at least
once a week and after an alarm event.
The walk test can be conducted from
remote locations, with assistance from
anyone in the house.
To conduct a walk test locally from the
panel: see Chapter 4 Periodic Test
The partitioning feature divides your alarm
system into distinct areas each of which
operates as an individual alarm system.
Partitioning can be used in installations
where shared security systems are more
practical, such as a home office or
warehouse building.
To understand partitioning: see
Appendix C. Working with Partitions and
Appendix A in the User's Guide.
Partitioning is not available with some
panels and when available must be
enabled and properly configured.
To conduct a walk test remotely: refer
to the Remote Programmer PC software
User's Guide, Chapter 6 Data Details
Tables.
To enable partitioning: see section 3.14
Partitioning
To setup a partitioned system: see
section 3.4.2 Adding (Enrolling) New
Wireless Devices or Wired Sensors
Two-way voice
communication∗∗
The PowerMaster system enables voice
communication with Monitoring Stations
To configure the two way voice channel
settings of the PowerMaster: see
section 3.6.4 Configuring Events
Reporting to Monitoring Stations
Device configuration
from the panel
Each PowerG device has its own settings
which can be configured through the
control panel by entering the "DEVICE
SETTINGS" menu.
To configure the device parameters:
refer to the device's Installation
Instructions
Device configuration
defaults
The defaults of device parameters can be
configured according to your personal
preferences for each new device enrolled
in the system. You can use a certain set of
defaults for a certain group of devices and
change the defaults for another group.
To define defaults for device
parameters: see section 3.4.6 Defining
Configuration Defaults for "Device
Settings"
SirenNet distributed siren
using Smoke
detectors
The smoke detector includes a siren with
four sounder types that can activate
burglary, gas, fire and flood alarms.
To use SirenNet: refer to the SMD-426
PG2 / SMD-427 PG2 Installation
Instructions
Integrated built-in
Siren
The control panel has a high-powered builtin siren that sounds in case of alarm.
To understand the wiring of the internal
siren: see section 2.3.9 Optional
Expander Module Mounting
To define whether or not the internal
siren will sound alarms: see section
3.5.5 Configuring Sirens Functionality
∗
Refers to PowerMaster-30 only
Refers to PowerMaster-30 with voice option only
∗∗
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Wired zones and
PGM
Reporting to Private
and Monitoring
Station by voice,
SMS and digital
communication
The control panel includes two hardwired
connections: one for wired zones and the
other for the PGM programmable wired
switch.
To add a wired zone or PGM: see
section 2.2.8 Adding a Wired Zone or
PGM.
The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30
system can be programmed to send
various event notification messages such
as alarm, arming or trouble events to 4
private telephone subscribers by audible
signal and also to 4 SMS telephone
numbers and to enable two-way voice
communication∗ with the Monitoring
Station.
To configure GSM reporting to Private
phones: refer to the PowerMaster User's
Guide, Chapter 6, section C.11
Programming Private Phone and SMS
Reporting
To program the PGM output: see
section 3.7 PGM Output.
To configure GSM reporting to the
Montioring Station: see section 3.6.4
Configuring Events Reporting to
Monitoring Stations
To configure GPRS reporting to the
Monitoring Station: see section 3.6.4
Configuring Events Reporting to
Monitoring Stations
Quick installation
features
Choosing the ideal location to mount a
wireless device can be cumbersome
procedure of running back and forth to the
panel to read the link quality. With
PowerG devices, there is no need to
consult the panel since all PowerG
devices include a built-in link quality
indicator. Therefore, choosing the ideal
location is done quickly and easily.
To choose the ideal location to mount a
wireless device, see section 2.1 Choosing
the Mounting Location
Device Locator
Helps you to easily identify the actual
device displayed on the LCD display.
To read more on the Device Locator:
refer to the PowerMaster User's Guide,
Chapter 2 Operating the PowerMaster
System
To use the device locator when
bypassing a zone or when clearing a
bypassed zone: refer to the PowerMaster
User's Guide, Chapter 6, section C.1
Setting the Zone Bypass Scheme
To use the device locator when
conducting the periodic test: see
Chapter 4 Periodic Test or refer to the
PowerMaster User's Guide, Chapter 9
Testing the System
∗
Refers to PowerMaster-30 with voice option only
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2. INSTALLATION
2.1 Choosing the Mounting Location
To ensure the best possible mounting location of the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 control panel, the
following points should be observed:
• Mount the system approximately in the center of the installation site between all the transmitters
• In close proximity to an AC source and a telephone line connection (if PSTN is used)
• Far from sources of interference, such as:
electrical noise and strong electromagnetic sources, such as computers, television, power conductors,
cordless phones, light dimmers, etc.
large metal objects (such as metal doors and metal closets)
Note: A distance of at least 1 meter (3 ft) is recommended.
• Make sure that the signal reception level for each transmitter's signal, shown during the Diagnostics test of
the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30, is "Strong" or "Good".
• The alarm can be heard during HOME mode.
• Wireless magnetic contacts should be installed in a vertical position and as high up the door or window as
possible.
• Wireless detectors should be installed at the height specified in their Installation Instructions
• Repeaters should be located high on the wall in mid-distance between the transmitters and the control panel.
WARNING! To comply with FCC and IC RF exposure compliance requirements, the control panel should be
located at a distance of at least 20 cm from all persons during normal operation. The antennas used for this
product must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
Customer Premises Equipment And Wiring
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A. Network Service Provider's Facilities
F. Alarm Dialing Equipment
B. Telephone Line
G. Answering System
C. Network Demarcation Point
H. Unused RJ-11 Jack
D. RJ-31X Jack
I. Fax Machine
E. Telephone
J. Computer
Note: The REN is used to determine the number of devices that may be connected to a telephone line. Excessive
RENs on a telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an incoming call. In most but not all
areas, the sum of RENs should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices that may be
connected to a line, as determined by the total RENs, contact the local telephone company.
Connection to telephone company provided coin service is prohibited. Connection to party lines service is
subject to state tariffs.
The installer should verify line seizure. Be aware of other phone line services such as DSL. If DSL service is
present on the phone line, you must install a filter. It is suggested to use the DSL alarm filter model Z-A431PJ31X
manufactured by Excelsus Technologies, or equivalent. This filter simply plugs into the RJ-31X jack and allows
alarm reporting without breaking the internet connection.
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2.2 PowerMaster-10 Installation
Required tool: Philips screwdriver #2.
PowerMaster-10 mounting process is shown in Figures 3.1 - 3.2.
2.2.1 Opening the PowerMaster-10 Control Panel and Bracket Mounting
A
B
3
1
A
A
5
4
Figure 3.1 – Back Unit Mounting
To Mount the Unit:
1. Release the screws
2. Remove the front cover
3. Mark 4 drilling points on the mounting surface
4. Drill 4 holes and insert wall anchors
5. Fasten the back unit with 4 screws
A. Mounting surface
B. Back unit
WARNING! When plugging SIREN & ZONE terminals back into place, be sure to align them carefully with the pins
on the PCB. Misaligned or reverse insertion of terminals may cause internal damage to the PowerMaster-10!
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2.2.2 Closing the PowerMaster-10 Control Panel
Control panel final closure is shown below.
To Close the Control Panel:
1. Close the front cover
2. Fasten the screws
1
Figure 3.2 - Final Closure
2.2.3 Supplying Power to the Unit
Connect power to the PowerMaster-10 temporarily (see Figure 3.3). Alternatively, you may power up from the
backup battery, as shown in Figure 3.3.
Disregard any “trouble” indications pertaining to lack of battery or lack of telephone line connection.
For Europe Safety Compliance:
a. The model shall be installed according to the local electrical code.
b. The circuit breaker shall be readily accessible.
c. The rating of the external circuit breaker shall be 16A or less.
d. The cables for the AC mains connection shall have an overall diameter of 13mm and 16mm conduit.
Please refer to Figure 3.3 "Power Cable Connection".
1
Inserting Backup Battery:
Connect battery pack as shown in
Figure 3.3.
1. Insert battery
2. Connect the battery
2
Figure 3.3 – Connecting Power to the Control Panel
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2.2.4 Connecting to the Telephone Line
PHONE WIRING
Connect the telephone cable to the SET connector and connect the telephone line cable to the LINE connector
(through the desired wiring cable entry).
Note: The telephone cable should be no longer than 3 meters.
C
A
B
A. SET
B. LINE
C. Tel line wall jack
PHONE WIRING IN NORTH AMERICA
B
C
C.
D.
E.
F.
RJ-31X cord
8-position RJ-31X plug
Gray
Red
G.
H.
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J.
K.
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A. SET
B. LINE
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D
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2
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RJ-31X
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6 5
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Green
Brown
RJ-31X jack
Line from street
House phones
Figure 3.4 –Phone Wiring
This equipment is designed to be connected to the telephone network using an RJ11 connector which complies
with Part 68 rules and requirements adopted by ACTA and a properly installed RJ31X connector. See drawing
above for details.
In the case that RJ31X is not available (consult your telephone company or a qualified installer), the telephone
line should be connected to the PowerMaster-10 unit first and then all other home equipment should be
connected to the PowerMaster-10 "Phone" outlet.
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2.2.5 System Planning & Programming
It pays to plan ahead - use the tables in APPENDIX D. Detector Deployment & Transmitter Assignments and
APPENDIX E. Event Codes at the end of this guide to register the intended location of each detector, the holder
and assignment of each transmitter.
Gather up all transmitters and detectors used in the system and mark each one in accordance with your
deployment plan.
Program the system now, before mounting, as instructed in the programming section.
2.2.6 GSM Module Installation
The internal GSM 350 module enables the PowerMaster-10 system to operate over a GSM/GPRS cellular
network (for further details, see the GSM 350 PG2 Installation Instructions).
The GSM modem auto detection feature enables automatic enrollment of the GSM modem into the
PowerMaster-10 control panel memory. GSM modem auto detection is activated in one of two ways: after
tamper restore and after reset (power-up or after exiting the installer menu). This causes the PowerMaster-10 to
automatically scan GSM COM ports for the presence of the GSM modem.
In the event that the GSM modem auto detection fails and the modem was previously enrolled in the
PowerMaster-10 control panel, the message "Cel Rmvd Cnfrm" will be displayed. This message will disappear
button. The modem is then considered as not enrolled
from the display only after the user presses the
and no GSM trouble message will be displayed.
Note: A message is displayed only when the PowerMaster-10 alarm system is disarmed.
Plug in the GSM module and fasten it as shown in
Figure 3.5.
A. GSM
B. Front unit
A
B
Figure 3.5 –Optional GSM Module Mounting
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Inserting the SIM card into the GSM module
(see Figure 3.6).
1. Slide top cover.
2. Open cover
3. Align SIM card in cover (note cover
orientation)
4. Slide SIM card into cover
5. Rotate cover to close
6. Lock cover to close
IMPORTANT! Do not insert or remove SIM card
when the control panel is powered by AC power
or battery.
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1
2
4
5
6
Figure 3.6 – SIM Card Insertion
2.2.7 PGM-5 Installation
PGM-5 is an output interface module designed to provide alarm, trouble events and status signals to external
devices such as long range wireless monitoring transmitters, CCTV systems, home-automation systems and
LED annunciation panels (for further details see the PGM-5 Installation Instructions).
The PGM-5 provides 5 solid state relay contact outputs and is designed to be used as a plug-in internal add-on
module with the PowerMaster-10 control panel.
Note: The PGM-5 will be active only if the PGM-5 option was enabled in the factory default of the control panel.
Caution! When mounting the PGM-5 module it is strongly recommended to route the cable as shown in Figure
3.7 to prevent interference which may occur if routed too close to the control panel antennas.
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E
D
B
F
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
C
Front unit
Back unit
PGM-5 Module
2 Screws for fastening the PGM-5 Module
Flat cable
Wiring
Figure 3.7 – PGM-5 Module Mounting
2.2.8 Adding Wired Zones or PGM
Required tools: Cutter and slotted screwdriver - 3 mm blade.
PowerMaster-10 wiring is shown in Figures 3.8 – 3.11.
CABLES ROUTING GUIDE
A
B
C
1
2
A. Cables entry options
B. Back unit
C. Cable clips
To Route the Cable:
1. Remove the left or right side cables entry knockout(s) and enter the required cable(s)
2. Remove and use as cable clamp(s)
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3
4
To Route the Cable (continued):
3. Position the clamp (1 of 2) as shown and then rotate into place.
4. Using a slotted screwdriver press downward gently on the point illustrated in the drawing. Make sure the
clamp is locked (a click is heard).
Figure 3.8 – Cable Wiring
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PGM AND ZONE WIRING
A
E
B
C
D
2.2 kΩ
F
A. PGM output
Vmax=30v
Imax=100mA
B. Relay
C.
D.
E.
F.
Device
External power supply 5 - 30VDC
Tamper
Alarm
Note: Do not use mains cable other than that supplied by the manufacturer (3 m long).
Figure 3.9 – PGM & Zone Wiring
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2.2.9 Connecting Power to the Control Panel
CONNECTING AC POWER TO CONTROL PANEL USING AC/AC TRANSFORMER
Connect the power cable and close the control panel as shown below. Electrical socket-outlet shall be installed
near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
WARNING! DO NOT USE AN OUTLET CONTROLLED BY A WALL SWITCH.
Note: This equipment should be installed in accordance with Chapter 2 of the National Fire Alarm Code, ANSI/NFPA
72, (National Fire Protection Association).
Connect the power adapter to the power connector.
Figure 3.10 - Power Cable Connection
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CONNECTING AC POWER USING INTERNAL AC/DC POWER SUPPLY UNIT
PERFORM STEPS 1, 2 & 3 ON A WORKBENCH BEFORE THE MOUNTING
3
2
1
4
5
6
A
7
8
C
B
D
E
1. Extract either plastic segment (will be used later)
2. Extract plastic segment (will be used later)
3. Knock out the plastic segment (left or right,
according to the power wiring direction)
4. Remove power supply terminals cover (E)
5. Insert the power cable through the desired wiring
channel, route it to the power supply unit and
connect its 2 wires to the power supply terminal
block with a screwdriver. Fasten the screws tightly.
Verify that the wires are properly fastened!
6. Insert plastic cap to the power cable entry
(extracted in step 1)
7. Fasten power cable by clamp (extracted in step 2)
8. Close power supply terminals cover
A. Internal AC/DC power supply unit
B. Power cable clamp options
C. For thin cable
D. For thick cable (reversed clamp)
E. Terminals cover
Figure 3.11 – Power Cable Wiring
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INTERNAL AC/DC POWER SUPPLY UNIT DC POWER CONNECTION
Figure 3.12 – Internal Power Cable Connection
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2.3 PowerMaster-30 Installation
Required tool: Philips screwdriver #2.
PowerMaster-30 mounting process is shown in figure 3.13 - 3.23.
2.3.1 Opening the PowerMaster-30 Control Panel and Bracket Mounting
Figure 3.13 – Back Unit Mounting
To Mount the Unit:
1. Release the screws
2. Remove the front cover
3. Mark 4 drilling points on the mounting surface
4. Drill 4 holes and insert wall anchors
5. Fasten the back unit with 4 screws
A. Mounting surface
B. Back unit
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2.3.2 Closing the PowerMaster-30 Control Panel
Control panel final closure is shown below.
Figure 3.14 - Final Closure
To Close the Control Panel:
1. Connect the flat cables, between front and back units, in their respective connectors (up to 3, according to options).
2. Close the panel and fasten the 2 screws.
2.3.3 Supplying Power to the Unit
Connect power to the PowerMaster-30 temporarily (see Figure 3.23). Alternatively, you may power up from the
backup battery, as shown in Figure 3.15.
Disregard any “trouble” indications pertaining to lack of battery or lack of telephone line connection.
Open battery compartment cover (see Figure 3.15).
A
Insert one 6-battery pack or 8-battery pack and
connect its connector as shown in Figure 3.15.
A. Front unit
B. Battery cable
B
Figure 3.15 – Battery Insertion
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2.3.4 Connecting to the Telephone Line
PHONE WIRING
Connect the telephone cable to the SET connector and connect the telephone line cable to the LINE connector
(through the desired wiring cable entry).
Note: The telephone cable should be no longer than 3 meters.
C
A
B
A. LINE
B. SET
C. Tel line wall jack
PHONE WIRING IN NORTH AMERICA
I
D
A
B
F
C
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
LINE
SET
RJ-31X cord
8-position RJ-31X plug
Brown
Red
G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
E
E
G
H
1
2
3 4
F
7
6 5
K
J
RJ-31X
G
H
Green
Gray
RJ-31X jack
Line from street
House phones
Figure 3.16 –Phone Wiring
Phone wiring in the UK: Line terminals must be connected to pins 2 and 5 of the wall jack.
For all installations: If DSL service is present on the phone line, you must route the phone line through a DSL
filter (refer to MESSAGE TO THE INSTALLER on page 2 for further details).
2.3.5 System Planning & Programming
It pays to plan ahead - use the tables in appendices A and B at the end of this guide to register the intended
location of each detector, the holder and assignment of each transmitter.
Gather up all transmitters and detectors used in the system and mark each one in accordance with your
deployment plan.
Program the system now as instructed in the programming section.
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2.3.6 GSM Module Installation
Fasten the GSM module as shown in Figure 3.17.
A. GSM
B. Front unit
Caution! Do not install or remove the GSM module
when the system is powered by AC power or
backup battery.
A
B
Figure 3.17 –Optional GSM Module Mounting
Inserting the SIM card into the GSM
module (see Figure 3.18).
1. Slide top cover.
2. Open cover
3. Align SIM card in cover (note
cover orientation)
4. Slide SIM card into cover
5. Rotate cover to close
6. Lock cover to close
IMPORTANT! Do not insert or
remove SIM card when the control
panel is powered by AC power or
battery.
3
1
2
4
5
6
Figure 3.18 – SIM Card Insertion
2.3.7 PGM-5 Installation
PGM-5 is an output interface module designed to provide alarm, trouble events and status signals to external
devices such as long range wireless monitoring transmitters, CCTV systems, home-automation systems and
LED annunciation panels (for further details see the PGM-5 Installation Instructions).
The PGM-5 provides 5 solid state relay contact outputs and is designed to be used as a plug-in internal add-on
module with the PowerMaster-30 control panel.
Note: The PGM-5 will be active only if the PGM-5 option was enabled in the factory default of the control panel.
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Caution! When mounting the PGM-5 module it is strongly recommended to route the cable as shown in Figure
3.18 to prevent interference which may occur if routed too close to the control panel antennas.
C
A
D
B
F
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
E
Front unit
Back unit
PowerMaster-30 connector
PGM-5 Module
Wiring
Flat cable
Figure 3.18 – PGM-5 Module Mounting
2.3.8 DUAL RS-232 Optional Module Mounting
The DUAL RS-232 is a Module that enables connection of any two simultaneous devices, such as Local PC
programming or GSM Module.
The GSM unit enables the PowerMaster-30 system to operate over a cellular network (for details regarding the
GSM modem features and connections, refer to the GSM Modem installation instructions).
1. To install the DUAL RS-232 module into
the control panel, press it into the marked
location (see Figure 3.19) until a click is
heard.
2. Connect a local PC or GSM module, to
one of the DUAL RS-232 module
connectors, as shown in Figure 3.19.
A. DUAL RS-232 Module
B. Connector for PC
C. Connector for GSM or PC
D. Back unit
A
B
C
D
Figure 3.19 –Dual RS-232 Module Mounting
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2.3.9 Optional Expander Module Mounting
The Expander module enables connection of speech box, site external siren, site internal siren or strobe and
connection of wired detector to zone number 29 and 30∗.
The Expander module also enables connection of a desired device to PGM (programmable) output that is
activated according to predefined conditions.
Mount the Expander module as shown in Figure 3.20.
1. Press downward on the Expander module
(located in the back panel) between its 2 clips.
2. Connect the Expander module flat cable to the
front panel Expander receptacle.
Caution! The receptacle with strain relief clip is for
the front unit – do not connect it to the e back unit!
A. 2 clips
B. Strain relief clip
1
2
B
A
Figure 3.20 –Expander Module Mounting
∗
Wired zones 29 and 30 can be enrolled in any two zones in the PowerMaster-30 control panel from 01 to 64
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ZONE 29∗ &SIREN WIRING
A
B
2.2 kΩ
C
D
E
A. GND
B. Siren
C. Site external siren MG electronics MG441PDS or
similar 6-12VDC, 150 mA Max
D. Magnetic contact or any other contact (not a
detector)
E. Alarm N.C.
Figure 3.21 – Zone 29∗ and Siren Wiring
∗
Wired zones 29 and 30 can be enrolled in any two zones in the PowerMaster-30 control panel from 01 to 64
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OPTIONAL EXPANDER MODULE, ZONES, SIRENS, AUDIO BOX AND WIRED DETECTORS WIRING
A. Back Unit
B. Expander
Note: The Expander module is an optional
module. If this optional module is not used, a
small 4-terminal strip is used instead (2 terminals
for zone 29∗ and 2 terminals for the siren)
C. Site internal siren or strobe 6-12 VDC,
150 mA Max.
D. Site external siren MG441PDS or similar siren 12
VDC (nominal) 350 mA Max.
E. Voice box
F. Connect wired detectors as illustrated.
∗
Note: Regarding zones 29 & 30 , the control
panel "sees" a specific resistance according to
the event, as follows:
Normal (no alarm and no tamper): 2.2 kΩ
Alarm event: 4.4 kΩ
Tamper event: Infinite resistance
G. Detector without tamper switch
H. Detector with tamper switch
I. PGM device
Figure 3.22 – Zone 29∗ and Siren Wiring
Notes for EXPANDER module wiring:
∗
∗
*
Zone 29 /GND and Zone 30 /GND terminals can be connected to a normally closed contact of a detector,
switch (for example a Tamper switch of any device), or a pushbutton, via a 2.2 KΩ resistor. The 12V terminal
can be used to supply 12V (up to 36mA) to a detector (if necessary).
**
The EXT terminal can be used to trigger an external siren.
The INT terminal can be programmed for an "internal siren" or "strobe" (see DEFINE OUTPUTS - DEFINE
INT/STRB in par. 3.7).
The 12V and "GND" terminals can be connected to a siren (for constant DC power supply).
*** The.12V supply to the PGM device is fused. Current is limited to 100 mA.
WARNING! When plugging terminals back into place, be sure to align them carefully with the pins on the PCB.
Misaligned or reverse insertion of terminals may damage internal PowerMaster-30 circuits!
IMPORTANT! The terminals for internal and external sirens are DC outputs intended for 12V sirens. Connecting
a loudspeaker to any of these outputs will cause a short circuit and will damage the unit.
∗
Wired zones 29 and 30 can be enrolled in any two zones in the PowerMaster-30 control panel from 01 to 64
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2.3.10 Connecting AC Power to the Control Panel
WARNING! DO NOT USE AN OUTLET CONTROLLED BY A WALL SWITCH.
Note: This equipment should be installed in accordance with Chapter 2 of the National Fire Alarm Code, ANSI/NFPA
72, (National Fire Protection Association).
Connect the power cable and close the control panel as shown in Figure 3.23. The socket outlet shall be
installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
POWER CABLE CLAMP EXTRACTION
PERFORM STEPS 1 & 2 ON A WORKBENCH BEFORE THE MOUNTING
2
1
1. Thick cable entry: Pull out a desired wiring
plastic cap (1 of 4).
2. Extract cable clamp for use in the next step.
POWER CONNECTION FOR ALL COUNTRIES EXCEPT USA
A. Wiring channels
B. For thin cable
C. For thick cable (reversed clamp)
D. Safety cover
E. Power supply unit
F. Power supply terminal block
G. Power supply output cable
H. Power connector
(*) Do not route wiring in this area, to enable proper
closure of the control panel.
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1. Insert the power cable through the desired wiring
channel (A). Route it to the power supply unit (E)
and connect its 2 wires to the power supply
terminal block (F) with a screwdriver. Fasten the
screws tightly. Verify that the wires are properly
fastened! Fasten the power cable by its clamp
(B or C) and close the safety cover (D).
2. Connect the power supply output cable (G) to the
power connector (H) in the front panel.
POWER CONNECTION FOR USA ONLY
Connect the power adaptor to the front panel power connector.
Figure 3.23 – Power Cable Connection
2.4 Annual System Check
Note: The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 system must be checked by a qualified technician at least once
every three (3) years (preferably every year).
The annual system check is designed to ensure proper operation of the alarm system by- performing the
following checks:
• Periodic test
• Arm/disarm function
• No trouble messages are displayed on control panel
• The clock displays the correct time
• Reporting: generating an event to be transmitted to the Monitoring Station and to the user.
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3. PROGRAMMING
3.1 General Guidance
This chapter explains the Installer programming (configuration) options of your PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30
system and how to customize its operation to your particular needs and end user requirements.
The PowerMaster-30 includes a partition∗ feature. Partitioning allows you to have up to three independently
controllable areas with different user codes assigned to each partition. A partition can be armed or disarmed
regardless of the status of the other partitions within the system.
Tech Tip :
For your convenience, we recommend programming the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 on the work bench
before actual installation. Operating power may be obtained from the backup battery or from the AC power supply.
3.1.1 Navigation
The keypad's buttons are used for navigation and configuration when programming. The following table provides
a detailed description of the function or use of each button.
Button
0-9
Definition
Navigation / Setting Function
NEXT
Use to move / scroll forward to the next menu options.
BACK
Use to move / scroll backward to the previous menu options.
OK
Use to select a menu option or to confirm a setting or action.
HOME
Use to move one level up in the menu or to return to previous setting step.
AWAY
Use to jump back to the [<OK> TO EXIT] screen to quit programming.
OFF
Use to cancel, delete, clear or erase setting, data, etc.
Numerical keypad used to enter numerical data when needed.
To review the options within the control panel menus and select an option, repeatedly press the Next
or
button until the desired option is displayed (designated as
in this guide), then press the OK
button to select the desired option (also designated as
in this guide). To return to the previous
options repeatedly press the Home
button and to exit the programming menu press the Away
button.
Back
To simplify the procedure further, you really need two basic buttons to program the entire panel: The Next
and the OK
button. The
button scrolls through the options, and the
button
selects the option you want.
If you can remember that, you know how to program the panel. It's as easy as that.
3.1.2 Feedback Sounds
The sounds you will hear while using and configuring the control panel are:
Sound
Definition
Single beep, heard whenever a key is pressed
Double beep, indicates automatic return to the normal operating mode (by timeout).
Three beeps, indicates a trouble event
♫☺
♫
∗
Happy Tune (- - - –––), indicates successful completion of an operation.
Sad Tune (–––––), indicates a wrong move or rejection
Refers to PowerMaster-30 only
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You can control the volume level of the sounded beeps by pressing the
the volume of the beeps heard, or by pressing the
button on the keypad to increase
button to decrease the volume of the beeps heard.
3.2 Entering the "Installer Mode" and Selecting a Menu Option
All installer menu options are accessed via the "Installer Mode" which is usually one of the main panel menu
options.
To enter the "Installer Mode" and select an Installer Menu Option proceed as follows:
Step 1
Select "INSTALLER
MODE" Option
Step 2
[1]
Enter
Installer Code
[2]
READY 00:00
INSTALLER MODE
If the "Installer
Mode" is not shown,
refer to section 3.2.1
[1]
[2]
[3]
ENTER CODE:
See
section
Step 4
[3]
Select "Installer Menu" Option
Step 3
See
section
01:INSTALL CODES 3.3
02:ZONES/DEVICES 3.4
08:USER SETTINGS
3.10
09:FACTORY DEFLT
3.11
03:CONTROL PANEL 3.5
04:COMMUNICATION 3.6
10:SERIAL NUMBER
3.12
11:START UL/DL
3.13
05:OUTPUTS
3.7
12:PARTITIONING
3.8
3.14
06:CUSTOM NAMES
<OK> TO EXIT
3.9
3.15
07:DIAGNOSTICS
Go to
the
indicated
section
of the
option
you
selected.
- Entering the "Installer Mode" menu
You can access the "Installer Mode" only when the system is disarmed. The process described refers to the
case where "User permit" is not required. If "User permit" is required, select the "User Settings" option
and ask the Master User to enter his code and then scroll the "user Settings menu and select the "Installer
Mode" option (last option in the menu). Continue to Step 2.
If you have not already changed your Installer code number, use the default settings: 8888 for installer & 9999
for master installer.
You have now entered the "Installer Menu". Scroll and select the option you wish and continue to its
corresponding section in the guide (indicated on the right side of each option).
Detailed Installer Menu Map
A detailed map of the Installer Menu is provided in APPENDIX B. Detailed Installer Menu Map.
3.2.1 Entering the "Installer Mode" via "User Permit"
In certain countries the regulations may require user permission to make changes in the configuration of the
panel. To comply with these regulations, the "Installer Mode" option can be accesses only via the "User
Settings" menu. The Master user must first enter the "User Settings" menu then scroll until the "Installer
Mode" option is shown and then the installer can continue as shown in the above table (see also [1] in Step
1 above).
To configure the panel to comply with the user permission requirement - see option #91 "User Permit" in
section 3.5.8.
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3.3 Setting Installer Codes
The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 system provides two installer permission levels with separate installer
codes, as follows:
Master Installer: The "Master Installer" is authorized to access all Installer Menu and sub-menu options.
The default code is: 9999 (*).
• Installer: The "Installer" is authorized to access most but not all Installer Menu and sub-menu options. The
default code is 8888 (*).
• Guard Code: Enables an authorized guard to only Arm Away / Disarm the control panel. The default code is
0000 (*).
The following actions can be performed only by using the Master Installer code:
•
•
Changing the Master Installer code.
•
•
Defining specific communication parameters - see 3:C.S.REPORTING
in sections 3.6.1 and 3.6.4.
Resetting the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 parameters to the default parameters – see
01.FACTORY DEFLT
in section 3.11.
Note: Not every system includes a Master Installer code feature. In such systems, the Installer can access all
Installer Menu and sub-menu options the same as a Master Installer.
(*) You are expected to use the default codes only once for gaining initial access, and replace it with a secret
code known only to yourself.
To change your Master Installer or Installer Codes proceed as follows:
Step 1
Select "01:INSTALL
CODES" Option
Step 2
Step 3
[1]
Select Master Installer
or Installer code
[2]
[3]
Enter NEW Master
Installer or Installer code
INSTALLER MODE
or
01:INSTALL CODES
or
or
INST. CODE:888
or
To Step 2
MASTER CODE:999
NEW INST. CODE
Step 4
NEW MASTER CODE
To Step 2
or
NEW GUARD CODE
GUARD CODE:000
[1]
– Setting Installer Codes
[2]
Select the "NEW MASTER CODE", "NEW INST. CODE" or "NEW GUARD CODE". Some panels may
have only the Installer Code and New Guard Code option.
[3]
Enter the new 4-digit Code at the position of the blinking cursor and then press
Enter the Installer Menu and select the "01:INSTALL CODES" option (see section 3.2).
.
Notes:
1.
Code "0000" is not valid for Master Installer. It is recommended NOT to use it also for the Installer.
2.
Warning! Always use different codes for the Master Installer, for the Installer and for the Users.
A. If the Master Installer Code is identical to the Installer code, the panel will not be able to recognize
the Master Installer. In such a case you must change the Installer code to a different code. This will
re-validate the Master Installer code.
B. If a User code is identical to the Master Installer or Installer codes, the system will no longer be
able to recognize the Installer code. In such a case, you must enter the "User Settings" menu and
change the User code to a different code. This will re-validate the Installer code.
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3.3.1 Identical Installer and Master Installer Codes
In a 2-installer code system, the non-master installer may inadvertently change his Installer Code to that of the
Master Installer Code. In this case, the panel will allow the change in order to prevent the non-master installer
from realizing the discovery of the Master Installer's Code. The next time the Master Installer enters the Installer
Mode the Master Installer will be considered as an Installer and not as a Master Installer. In such a case the
Master Installer should use one of the following solutions:
(a) Access the panel using the Remote Programmer PC software application and change the Master Installer
Code to a different code than the one programmed by the Installer.
(b) i) Change the Installer Code to a temporary code, ii) exit the Installer Mode, iii) enter the Installer Mode
again using the Master Installer code (the Master Installer Code will now be accepted), iv) change the
Master Installer code to a different code, v) and change the NON-Master Installer Code back again (in other
words, undo the change to the temporary code) so that the NON-Master Installer can still enter the system.
It is also possible that a user inadvertently changes his User Code to the same code as that of the Installer
Code or Master Installer Code. In this case, the installer will not be able to enter the Installer Mode. The installer
should perform the same procedures as described above to solve this situation.
3.4 Zones / Devices
3.4.1 General Guidance & Zones/Devices Menu Options
The ZONES / DEVICES menu enable you to add new devices to the system, to configure them and to delete
them if required.
To select an option follow the instructions below. Additional details and guidance are provided in section 3.2.
INSTALLER MODE
Option
02:ZONES/DEVICES
OPTION you wish
Means
scroll
and
select
Use
Section
3.4.2
DELETE DEVICES
Use to enroll and configure the device's operation according to your
preference and in case of sensors to also define their zone name (location),
zone type and chime operation.
Use to delete devices from the system and to reset their configuration.
3.4.3
MODIFY DEVICES
Use to review and/or change the device's configuration.
3.4.4
REPLACE DEVICES
Use to replace faulty devices with automatic configuration of the new device.
3.4.5
DEFINE DEFAULTS
Use to customize the defaults of the device's parameters according to your
personal preferences for each new device enrolled in the system.
3.4.6
ADD NEW DEVICES
3.4.2 Adding (Enrolling) New Wireless Devices or Wired Sensors
One of the outstanding features of the PowerG network is that all devices can be configured from the PowerMaster-10
/ PowerMaster-30 panel (or even from a remote location). It is no longer necessary to travel to the installation site, or to
climb ladders and open devices just for changing the PIR sensitivity or any other function or parameter. The PowerG
devices can be also enrolled remotely using the Device ID number attached to each device.
Similar to WiFi technology, PowerG arrives in several protocol variants (example: different frequencies). The
exact variant of PowerG protocol employed by the device is listed on the back of every PowerG device. The
PowerG variant name appears in the format: FFF-M:DDD, where FFF is the frequency band and M:DDD is
the "flavor" within that frequency band. PowerG devices will not work with panels of a different variant
(different frequency band or different flavor), and the panel's display will indicate an incompatible device (see
the Adding New Devices table below for the possible fault displays) if you try to enroll a device where the
device's PowerG variant differs from that which the panel understands. However, PowerG panels can
understand and work with multiple flavors of PowerG protocol simultaneously as long as these flavors are
within the same frequency band. For example, Panels with flavor FFF-M:ANY can work with devices of any
DDD value, on condition that the device's FFF and M values match that of the panel.
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A. The Device ID number and Enrollment Procedures
Device ID Number
Each device in the PowerMaster system bears a 7-digit ID Number printed on the sticker attached to the device, for
example 300-2963. The first 3 digits of this ID number (i.e. "300"), are the Type number which identify the exact type or
model of the device (in this case a keyfob model KF-234 PG2) while the other 4 digits are a short encrypted ID number
used by the system to identify the specific keyfob in the system. The following list provides the Type numbers of
several of the devices used with the PowerMaster system.
Device
Device Model
Door/Window Contact
MC 302 PG2
PIR Motion sensor
NEXT PG2
PIR Camera
Next-CAM PG2
Smoke detector
SMD-426 PG2
Keyfob
KF-234 PG2
Sensors connected to wired inputs of the panel
Type Number
100
120
140
200
300
050
Using Device ID Registration for Remote Device Enrollment
The ID number is only a short identifier and does not contain the full identification information of the device. It is used to
register the devices into the panel using the system keypads or from remote locations using a PC and the Remote
Programmer PC software. Following the registration, the PowerMaster panel waits for the registered devices to appear
in the network in order to complete the enrollment. When a registered device is later added to the system, the user or
installer activates the device in a search mode (see "Pre-Enrollment" procedure below) causing the device to search
for the panel. When the panel identifies a searching device registered in the panel, the panel then completes the
enrollment session by exchanging with the device their full identification information, the security encryption keys and
network parameters.
The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 provides you with two alternative methods to enroll a new device into the
system:
Full Enrollment
The full enrollment is a simple procedure that can be performed either on site or off site. Using an Installer Code, the
panel is set to the Enrollment mode (i.e. "Add New Device" option) and when the panel is ready, you simply need to
enroll the device using the Enroll Button on the device and the "Enrollment Procedure" as described in detail in the
instructions below. During enrollment the panel and the device exchange their full identification information, security
encryption keys and network parameters.
Pre-Enrollment (by ID Registration)
The Pre-Enrollment is a 2 stage procedure. In the 1st stage you register the devices' ID numbers into the panel and
completes the device configuration using the system keypads or from remote location using the Remote
Programmer PC software. In the 2nd stage, when a registered device is added to the system you simply need to
enroll the device using the Enroll Button on the device and the "Enrollment Procedure" exactly as you do with the
full enrollment but with the panel operation in the normal mode (i.e. no need to enter the Installer Mode). The panel
then completes the enrollment procedure exactly as in the Full-Enrollment. This may be very useful for adding
devices to existing systems without the need to provide technicians with the Installer Code or allow access to the
programming menus.
Remember!. If the 2nd stage of the pre-enrolment is not completed, the system will indicate a "NOT NET" trouble
(i.e. a registered device is " not networked") until the 2nd stage of all registered devices is completed or until such
devices have been deleted.
B. Enrolling Devices
Tech Tip : Before beginning, gather all the devices that you intend to enroll and make sure they all have
batteries installed.
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Enrollment Procedure
Refer to the device information in the device Installation Instructions, open the device and identify the Enroll
Button. For keyfobs and keypads use the AUX '' button. For gas detectors insert the battery.
Full-Enrollment Procedure (Enroll Now)
Press the Enroll button for 2-5 seconds until the LED turns ON and then release the button. The LED will extinguish or
may blink for few more seconds until the enrollment is completed. If enrollment is successfully completed, the
PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 sounds the "Happy Tune" and the LCD momentarily shows
and then reads the device details – see Step 3 in the chart below.
Pre-Enrollment Procedure (Enter ID.)
Enter the 7-digit ID number printed on the sticker attached to the device and press
a wired sensor into the wired zone use ID: 050-0001 or 050-0002.
DEVICE ENROLLED
to confirm. To enroll
1. A Wired sensor is enrolled to the wired zone input using the Pre-Enrollment procedure and ID number
050-0001/050-0002.
2. Keyfob enrolling can be performed also by the user (via USER SETTINGS menu).
3. Wireless detectors can be enrolled in zones 01-30 (PowerMaster-10) / 01-64 (PowerMaster-30).
4. Because of the high security encryption used, PowerG devices (including Keyfobs) cannot be used on
more than one system.
5. Wired magnetic contact or any other contact can be enrolled in any one zone in PowerMaster-10 and
any two zones in PowerMaster-30.
6. Carefully read the "Additional Information" for each step according to the indicated step references
[1] etc. – see table at end of this section.
To enroll and configure a device, follow the instructions in the following chart (carefully read the "Additional
Information" for each step according to the indicated step references [1] etc. – see table at end of this
section):
Step 1
Step 2
Select "ADD NEW
DEVICE" Option
[1]
Enroll the device or
Enter the device ID
[2]
Step 3
Select a Zone number
02:ZONES/DEVICES
Step 4
[3]
Configure zone &
device Parameters
ADD NEW DEVICE
ENROLL NOW or
Z01:Motion Sens
Z10:LOCATION
ENTR ID:XXX-XXXX
ID No. 120-1254
Z10:ZONE TYPE
See Enrollment
& Pre-Enrolment
Procedures above
Step 5
[4]
[5]
Z10:SET CHIME
Continue
to Part
B.
See
[4]
Z10:DEV SETTINGS
Z05:Motion Sens
NEXT Device
See ID No. 120-1254
MODIFY Same Dev.
[5]
EXIT Enrollment
C. Configuring the Zone Location, Zone Type, Chime option and Device Parameters
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1. A list of factory defaults is printed in APPENDIX G. Default and Programmed Zone Definitions. You may
fill out the blank columns even before you start and proceed to program according to your own list.
2. Steps 6 to 12 are applicable to sensors only.
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Step 7
Step 8
Step 9
Enter Location Menu
[6]
Select Location
(see list below)
[7]
Enter Zone Type
[8]
Select Zone Type
(see list below)
[9]
➯
➯
Front door Z10:LOCATION
Enter
Chime Menu
[11]
Select Chime option
➯
Step 13
[12]
Z10:SET CHIME
Step 11.
5. Interior
Step 12
Continue to
1:Exit/Entry1 Z10:ZONE TYPE
Kitchen
Step 11
Step 10
Enter Partitions Menu
∗
Step 14
[13]
Select Partition
options
[14]
➯
chime OFF Step 15
Z10:PARTITIONS
Continue
to Step
16.
Z01:P1 P2 P3
melody-chime
Step 16
Step 17
Step 18
Enter Device
Settings Menu
[16]
Configure Device
Parameters
[17]
Continue
or End
➯
Z10:DEV SETTINGS
Refer to device
datasheet in the device
Installation Instructions
for specific
configuration
instructions.
See [14].
To
continue
– See [5]
Location List
Location Name
Location Name
Location
Name
01
Attic
09
Dining room
17
Hall
25
Utility room
02
Back door
10
Downstairs
18
Kitchen
26
Yard
03
Basement
11
Emergency
19
Laundry room
27
Custom 1
04
Bathroom
12
Fire
20
Living room
28
Custom 2
05
Bedroom
13
Front Door
21
Master bath
29
Custom 3
06
Child room
14
Garage
22
Master bedroom
30
Custom 4
07
Closet
15
Garage door
23
Office
31
Custom 5
16
Guest room
24
Upstairs
08
Den
Zone Type List
No.
Zone Type
01
Exit / Entry 1
No.
No.
No.
Description
Used for Door/Window Contacts and Motion sensors protecting your entrance door
to the house. Provides you enough time to exit the premise after you arm the system
and to enter the premises and disarm the system before the alarm goes off. For
configuring the Exit and Entry 1 delays, see sections 3.5.1 & 3.5.2 - Installer menu
03.CONTROL PANEL
∗
Location Name
No.
options 01 and 03. (∗)
Refers to PowerMaster-30 only
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02
Exit / Entry 2
Same as Exit / Entry 1 but allows to define a different entry delay. Used sometimes
for entrances closer to the panel. For configuring the Exit and Entry 2 delays, see
sections 3.5.1 & 3.5.2 - Installer menu 03.CONTROL PANEL
options 02 and 03. (∗)
03
Home Delay
Used for Door/Window Contacts and Motion sensors protecting entrance doors to
interior living areas where you wish to move feely when the system is armed HOME.
Functions as a "Delayed" zone when the system is armed HOME and as a
"Perimeter Follower" zone when the system is armed AWAY.
04
Interior-Follower
Used for Door/Window Contacts and Motion sensors protecting the route between
the entrance door and the control panel. This zone is temporarily ignored by the
alarm system during entry/exit delay periods, otherwise provides instant alarm. (∗)
05
Interior
Used for Door/Window Contacts, Motion and glass-break sensors installed in interior
areas that need to be protected only when the system is armed AWAY but not
protected when the system is armed HOME. When tripped provides instant alarm.
06
Perimeter
Used for all type of sensors protecting the perimeter of the premises when the
system is armed both AWAY and HOME. When tripped provides instant alarm.
07
Perimeter Follower
Used for all type of sensors protecting the perimeter of the premises but temporarily
ignored by the alarm system during entry/exit delay periods, otherwise provides
instant alarm. (∗)
08
24hr Silent
Used to report alarm events from sensors (or manually activated buttons) to the
monitoring station or private telephones (as programmed) without activating the
sirens. Active 24 hours.
09
24hr Audible
Used to report alarm events from sensors (or manually activated button) to the
monitoring stations or private telephones (as programmed) and also providing an
audible siren alarm. Active 24 hours.
10
Emergency
Used for pendants and other emergency sensors and activators to initiate an
Emergency call to the monitoring stations or private telephones (as programmed).
11
Arming Key
An Arming key is a zone that can be used for arming and disarming the system by a
wired PowerG detector or by a magnetic contact PowerG device that is enrolled to a
zone. In addition, the alarm system may be armed / disarmed by a keyswitch when
connected to wired zones.
12
Non-Alarm
Used for non-alarm applications. For instance sensors or activators used for Chime
only, remote control, home automation etc. Not valid for PIR cameras.
17
Guard Key box
A Guard Key zone is a 24H Zone. Since the Guard Key box is a hardwired unit, the
installation is done with a wired PowerG detector that is located inside the wall,
where the Guard Key box is installed.
( ∗)
These Zone Types are useful mainly when you arm and disarm the system from inside the protected
premises. If you arm and disarm the system from outside (without tripping any sensor), such as using a
keyfob, it is preferred to use the other Zone Types.
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- Adding New Devices
[1]
Enter the Installer Menu, select the "02.ZONES/DEVICES" option (see section 3.2) and then select the
"ADD NEW DEVICE" option.
Device Enrollment
[2]
If enrollment is successful the display reads "DEVICE ENROLLED" (or "ID accepted") and then shows
the device details - see [3]. However, if the enrollment fails, the display will advise you the reason for
failure for example: "ALREADY ENROLLED", "UNKNOWN DEVICE", "WRONG ID No." or "NO FREE
LOCATION".
[3]
The display shows the device details and the first available free Zone number for example: "Z01:Motion
Sensor > ID No. 120-1254" (or "K01:Keyfob / S01:Siren etc. depending on the type of the enrolled device).
If you wish to assign the device to another zone number, for example, "Zone 05", click the
button
until the display reads "Z05:Motion Sens", or type in the zone number using the control panel keypad,
and then press
to confirm.
[4]
Select the configuration option you wish i.e. Location, Zone Type, Set Chime and Device Parameters
(Settings) and continue to part B to configure the device. At the end of each of the 4 configuration options,
the wizard will bring you automatically to the next configuration option.
You can also review the configuration of all parameters one by one by pressing repeatedly the
button.
[5]
After completing the configuration of the device the wizard brings you to the "Next Step" menu with the
following 3 options:
NEXT Device
Brings you back to Step 2 to enroll the next device.
Returns you back to the beginning of Step 4 (i.e. "Location") to make further
changes in the device, if needed.
MODIFY Same Dev.
EXIT Enrollment
Exits the enrollment procedure and returning to Step 1 bringing you back to the
"Zones / Devices" menu.
Location (name) setting:
[6]
If you wish to review or change the Location (name) setting, press the
the next option.
[7]
When entering the Location menu, the display shows the default Location (∗) or if changed, the presently
button, otherwise scroll to
selected Location (marked with ). If you wish to change the Location name, scroll in the location menu
and select the name you wish (for example, Living room, Kitchen etc.). – see "Location List" above. The
list contains 26 fixed location names plus 5 custom names that can be defined using the
06.CUSTOM NAMES
option in the Installer menu. See section 3.8.
Note: A quick shortcut procedure may be used by keying the 2 digit serial No. of the Location shown in
the Location List above, which takes you directly to the corresponding location name.
(∗) A list of factory default locations per each zone is provided in APPENDIX E. Event Codes.
Zone Type setting:
[8]
If you wish to review or change the Zone Type setting, press the
next option.
[9]
The zone type determines how the system handles alarms and other signals sent from the device. Upon
enrollment of a new sensor you must select a suitable zone type. The list of available Zone Types and the
explanation for each zone type is provided above.
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When entering the menu, the display shows the default (∗) or the previously selected Zone Type (marked
with ). If you wish to change the Zone Type, scroll the Zone Type menu and select the Zone Type you
wish (for example, Exit/Entry 1, Interior etc.). – see table above.
Note: A quick shortcut procedure may be used by keying the 2 digit serial No. of the Zone Type shown in
the Zone Type List above, which takes you directly to the corresponding zone type.
(∗) A list of factory default Zone Types per each zone is provided in APPENDIX E. Event Codes.
Chime setting:
[11]
All zones are set to Chime OFF by default. If you wish to configure the device to cause the panel to sound
(when disarmed) a Chime melody when tripped, press the
button, otherwise scroll to the next
option.
[12]
Select between "Chime
Chime OFF",
melodyzone nameOFF "melody
melody-chime"
chime and "zone
name-chime"
chime ∗. In "melody chime" the
control panel sounds a chime melody when the sensor is tripped. In "zone name-chime" the control panel
sounds the zone name when the sensor is tripped. The chime operates during the Disarm mode only.
Partitions setting∗:
Note: The "PARTITIONS" menu appears only if Partitions is enabled in the control panel (see section
3.14).
[13]
When entering the menu, the display shows the default Partition selection (marked with ).
[14]
Use the keypad keys
respectively.
,
,
to change the status of the partitions P1, P2 & P3,
Device Configuration:
[16]
If you wish to review or change the Device Configuration (settings), press the
scroll to the next option – see [5].
button, otherwise
[17]
Each device has its own specific set of parameters that may be configured according to your preference.
The details of each device parameters are provided in their datasheet. The defaults of the device
parameters can be also configured as explained in section 3.4.6. To configure the device, refer to its
corresponding device datasheet in the device Installation Instructions.
3.4.3 Deleting a Device
To delete a device proceed as follows:
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Select "DELETE
DEVICES" Option
[1]
Select the respective
device Group
[2]
Select exact device
you wish to delete
[3]
To delete the device:
02.ZONES/DEVICES
[4]
key
CONTACT SENSORS
DELETE DEVICES
MOTION SENSORS
Z01:Motion Sens
ID No. 120-1254
∗
press the
Step
5
<OFF> TO DELETE
To
Step
2
Refers to PowerMaster-30 only
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– Deleting a Device
[2]
Select the respective Group of the device you wish to delete i.e. "CONTACT SENSORS", "MOTION SENSORS",
"GLASSBREAK SENS.", "SMOKE SENSORS", "CO SENSORS", "GAS SENSORS", "FLOOD SENSORS",
"TEMPERATURE SENS", "WIRED SENSORS", "TAGS(Proximity)", "KEYFOBS", "KEYPADS", "SIRENS" and
"REPEATERS". For example, "MOTION SENSORS".
[3]
Scroll the Device Group, identify (by zone and/or ID number) the exact device you wish to replace, for
example: "Z01: Motion Sensor > ID No. 120-1254" and press the
button.
[4]
The display prompts you <OFF> TO DELETE
Enter the Installer Menu, select the "02.ZONES/DEVICES" option (see section 3.2) and then select the
"DELETE DEVICES" option.
. To delete the device, press the
(OFF) button.
3.4.4 Modifying or Reviewing a Device
To Modify or Review the device parameters proceed as follows:
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Step 5
Select "MODIFY
DEVICES" Option
[1]
Select the respective
device Group
[2]
Select exact device
you wish to modify
[3]
Select the Parameter
you wish to modify
[4]
Modify the
Parameter
02.ZONES/DEVICES
CONTACT SENSORS
MODIFY DEVICES
MOTION SENSORS
Z10:Motion Camra
Z10:LOCATION
ID No. 140-1737
Z10:ZONE TYPE
Z10:SET CHIME
Z10:DEV SETTINGS
See [4]
When
done
to Step
3
[1]
– Modifying or Reviewing a Device
[2]
Select the respective Group of the device you wish to review or modify i.e. "CONTACT SENSORS", "MOTION
SENSORS", "GLASSBREAK SENS.", "SMOKE SENSORS", "CO SENSORS", "GAS SENSORS", "FLOOD SENSORS",
"TEMPERATURE SENS", "WIRED SENSORS", "KEYFOBS", "KEYPADS" and "SIRENS". For example, "MOTION
SENSORS".
[3]
Scroll the Device Group, identify (by zone and/or ID number) of the exact device you wish to modify or review,
for example:
Enter the Installer Menu, select the "02.ZONES/DEVICES" option (see section 3.2) and then select the
"MODIFY DEVICES" option.
"Z10: Motion Camera > ID No. 140-1737".
[4]
From here on the process is same as the configuration process that follows the enrollment of that device. To
continue, refer to Section 3.4.2 "Adding a New Wireless Device" Part B Step 6. When done, the display will
show the next device of the same type (i.e. "Motion camera").
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3.4.5 Replacing a Device
Use this option to replace a faulty device that is enrolled in the system with another device of the same Type
number (i.e. same first 3 digit of the ID number – see section 3.4.2.A) while keeping the same configuration of
the original device. There is no need to delete the faulty device or to reconfigure the new device. Once enrolled,
the new device will be configured automatically to the same configuration of the faulty (replaced) device.
To Replace a device proceed as follows:
Step 1
Select "REPLACE
DEVICES" Option
[1]
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Select the respective
device Group
[2]
Select exact device
you wish to replace
[3]
Enroll the new device
[4]
02.ZONES/DEVICES
Step 5
CONTACT SENSORS
REPLACE DEVICES
KEYFOBS
K03:Keyfob
ENROLL NOW or
See ID No. 300-0307
ENTR ID:300-XXXX
[4].
When
done
to
Step 2
[1]
– Replacing a Device
[2]
Select the respective Group of the device you wish to replace i.e. "CONTACT SENSORS", "MOTION SENSORS",
"GLASSBREAK SENS.", "SMOKE SENSORS", "CO SENSORS", "GAS SENSORS", "FLOOD SENSORS",
"TEMPERATURE SENS", "TAGS(Proximity)", "KEYFOBS", "KEYPADS", "SIRENS" and "REPEATERS" etc. For
example, "KEYFOBS".
[3]
Scroll the Device Group , identify (by zone and/or ID number) of the exact device you wish to replace, for
example: "K03: Keyfob > ID No. 300-0307".
[4]
From here on the process is the same as the enrollment process of a new device. To continue, refer to
Section 3.4.2 "Adding a Wireless Device" Part A Step 2.
Enter the Installer Menu, select the "02.ZONES/DEVICES" option (see section 3.2) and then select the
"REPLACE DEVICES" option.
If you try enrolling a new device of a different type than the replaced device, the PowerMaster-10 /
PowerMaster-30 will reject the new device and the display will read WRONG DEV.TYPE
display will show the next device of the same type (i.e. "Keyfob").
. When done, the
3.4.6 Defining Configuration Defaults for "Device Settings"
During the enrollment procedure each new device is configured with Default Parameters that define its
functionality behavior such as "alarm LED (on or off), sensitivity (High or Low) etc. As shown in section 3.4.2,
these parameters can be modified (customized) during the enrollment process, or later on as explained in
section 3.4.4.
For maximum convenience and time saving the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 enables you to define the
Default Parameters used during enrollment and to change them whenever you wish so that new devices
enrolled into the system will be configured automatically with the default parameters you want without the need
to modify the configuration of each new enrolled device. You can use a certain set of defaults for certain group
of devices and then change the defaults for another group.
IMPORTANT! Devices that were already enrolled in the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 system before the
defaults have been changed will not be affected by the new default settings.
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To Define the Default parameters of a device Group proceed as follows:
Step 1
Select "DEFINE
DEFAULTS" Option
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
[1]
Select the respective
device Group
[2]
Select the Default
Parameter
[3]
Select the new
Default Setting
02.ZONES/DEVICES
[4]
Step 5
[5]
CONTACT SENSORS
DEFINE DEFAULTS
MOTION SENSORS
Alarm LED
Event Counter
Disarm Activity
Low Sensitive High Sensitive
See [5]
When
done
to
Step 3
[1]
– Changing Defaults
[2]
Select the respective Group of the device you wish to define its defaults i.e. "CONTACT SENSORS", "MOTION
SENSORS", "SMOKE SENSORS", "TEMPERATURE SENS", "KEYFOBS", "KEYPADS" and "SIRENS". For example,
"MOTION SENSORS".
Scroll the parameter list of the Device Group and select the Default Parameter you wish to change, for
example: "Event Counter".
The list combines the parameters of all devices in the group, for example, the parameters of all types of
Motion sensors.
In the example, the existing default setting of the "Event Counter" for enrolled motion sensors was "Low
Sensitivity" (marked with ) . To change to it "High Sensitivity", scroll the menu until the display shows
"High Sensitivity" and press the
button. The new default for the Event Counter parameter
setting of Motion Sensors enrolled from now on will be "High Sensitivity".
The new default does not affect motions sensors that were already enrolled before the change was made but
only new motion sensors that will be enrolled in the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 after the change is
performed.
[3]
[4]
[5]
Enter the Installer Menu, select the "02.ZONES/DEVICES"option (see section 3.2) and then select the
"DEFINE DEFAULTS" option.
3.4.7 Downloading Configuration Settings into Devices via Radio
When exiting the "Installer mode" the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 panel communicates with all devices in
the system and updates them with the changes that have been performed in their "Device Settings" configuration.
During the updating period the displays indicates DEV UPDATING 018 wherein the number (for example, 018)
is a countdown of the remaining number of devices yet to be updated (for example, 18 devices in the displayed
screen).
3.5 Control Panel
3.5.1 General Guidance – "Control Panel" Flow-Chart & Menu Options
The CONTROL PANEL menu enables you to configure and customize the operation of the control panel
according to your personal preferences. The CONTROL PANEL menu provides you with variety of configurable
features and parameters divided into several Groups, each dealing with certain aspects of the system
operations as follows (see detailed list in Step-2 of the chart below):
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Group
Description of Group Features and Parameters
Section
Arming & Disarming Contains configurable features and parameters related to Arming and
Disarming of the system and the Exit and Entry procedures.
3.5.2
Zone Behavior
Contains configurable features and parameters related to the functionality of
the Zones.
3.5.3
Alarms & Troubles
Contains configurable features and parameters related to initiating, canceling
and reporting of Alarm and Trouble events.
3.5.4
Sirens
Contains configurable features and parameters common to all sirens in the
system.
3.5.5
User Interface
Contains configurable features and parameters related to the functionality of
the panel's audible and visual indications.
3.5.6
Jamming &
Supervision
Contains configurable features and parameters related to detecting and
reporting of RF Jamming and device Supervision (missing device) events.
3.5.7
Miscellaneous
Contains a variety of other configurable features and parameters related to
the system.
3.5.8
To enter the 03.CONTROL PANEL menu and to select and configure an option, proceed as follows:
Step 1
Step 2
Select "CONTROL
PANEL" option
[1]
Select the "Control Panel" Parameter you wish to configure
INSTALLER MODE
03.CONTROL PANEL
Arming &
Disarming
See
sect.
3.5.2
Alarms &
Troubles
[2]
See
sect.
See
sect.
3.5.4
User
Interface
3.5.6
01:ENTRY DELAY1
31:PANIC ALARM
51:PIEZO BEEPS
02:ENTRY DELAY2
32:DURESS ALARM
52:TROUBLE BEEPS
03:EXIT DELAY
33:INACTIVE ALRT
53:MEMORY PROMPT
04:EXIT MODE
34:TAMPER ALARM
54:LOW-BAT ACK
05:QUICK ARM
35:AC FAIL REPRT
55:BACK LIGHT
06:BYPASS ARM
36:CONFIRM ALARM
56:SCREEN SAVER
07:LATCHKEY ARM
37:ABORT TIME
08:DISARM OPTION
38:CANCEL ALARM
Zone
Behavior
21:SWINGER STOP
61:JAM DETECT
3.5.3
Sirens
22:CROSS ZONING
3.5.5
3.5.7
62:MISSING REPRT
63:NOT READY
When done
64:MISS/JAM ALRM
to Step
2
43:PANEL SIREN
44:SIREN TIME
45:STROBE TIME
Configure [3]
the
option
Go to the
indicated
Group
Section of
the option
you
selected.
Jamming &
Supervision
39:ALARM RESET
Step 3
Miscellaneous
46:SIREN ON LINE
91:USER PERMIT
92:BATTERY TYPE
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– Entering the "Control Panel" Menu
To Select an Option:
[1]
Enter the "Installer Menu" and select the "03.CONTROL PANEL" option (see section 3.2).
[2]
Identify the option you wish to configure and then scroll and select that option, for example: "45: STROBE TIME"
in the "Sirens" group.
Note: A quick shortcut procedure may be used by keying the 2 digit serial No. of the Option indicated in
the option screen as shown in the chart, for example "46" for "46:SIREN ON LINE", which brings you
directly to that option
[3]
To continue, refer to the section indicated in Step 2 for the Group Section of the selected option, for
example section 3.5.5 for the "Sirens" group, and look for the option you wish to configure (for example,
"46:SIREN ON LINE"). After configuring the selected parameter the display returns to step 2.
To Change the Configuration of the Selected Option:
When entering the selected option, the display shows the default (or the previously selected) setting marked
with ().
If you wish to change the configuration, scroll
the "Option settings" menu and select the setting you
desire and press
to confirm. When done the display brings you back to Step 2.
3.5.2 Configuring Arming/Disarming and Exit/Entry Procedures
The following table provides you with a detailed description of each option and its configuration settings. To
select an option and change its configuration – refer to section 3.5.1.
Option
Configuration Instructions
01:ENTRY DELAY1
Two different entry delays allow the user to enter the protected site (while the system is
in the armed state) via dedicated exit/entry doors and routes without causing an alarm.
02:ENTRY DELAY2
Following entry, the user must disarm the control panel before the entry delay expires.
Slow-rate warning beeps start sounding once the door is opened, until the last 10
seconds of the delay, during which the beeping rate increases. The "Entry Delay 1" and
"Entry Delay 2" options allow you to program the time length of these delays.
Option settings: 00 seconds; 15 seconds (default for entry delay 2); 30 seconds
(default for entry delay 1); 45 seconds; 60 seconds; 3 minutes and 4 minutes.
Notes: To comply with UL requirements, the entry delay must not exceed 15 sec.
To comply with CP-01 requirements, "00s" and "15s" delays must not be used.
To comply with EN requirements, the entry delay must not exceed 45 sec.
03:EXIT DELAY
An exit delay allows the user to arm the system and leave the protected site via specific
routes and exit/entry doors without causing an alarm. Slow-rate warning beeps start
sounding once the arming command has been given, until the last 10 seconds of the
delay, during which the beeping rate increases. The "Exit Delay" option allows
programming of time length of the exit delay.
Option settings: 30 seconds; 60 seconds (default); 90 seconds; 120 seconds,
3 minutes and 4 minutes.
Notes: To comply with UL requirements, the exit delay must not exceed 120 sec.
To comply with CP-01 requirements, the "30s" delay must not be used.
04:EXIT MODE
The "Exit Delay" time can be further adjusted according to your preferred exit route.
PowerMaster-10 provides you with the following "Exit Mode" options:
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A: "normal" - The exit delay is exactly as defined.
B: "restart>reentry" - The exit delay restarts when the door is reopened during exit
delay. The restart occurs once only. Restarting the exit delay is helpful if the user
re-enters immediately after going out to retrieve an item that he left behind.
C: "end by exit" - The exit delay expires (ends) automatically when the exit door is
closed even if the defined exit delay time was not completed.
Option settings: normal (default); restart>reentry and end by exit.
05:QUICK ARM
Define whether or not the user will be allowed to perform quick arming or not. Once
quick arming is permitted, the control panel does not request a user code before it arms
the system.
Option settings: OFF (default) and ON (default in USA).
06:BYPASS ARM
Define whether or not the user will be allowed to manually Bypass individual zones, or
allow the system to perform automatic bypassing of open zones during the exit delay
(i.e. "force arm"). If a zone is open and "forced arming" is not permitted, the system
can not be armed and “NOT READY” is displayed. If "no bypass" is selected, neither
manual bypassing nor force arming is allowed which means that all zones must be
secured before arming.
Option settings: no bypass (default); force arm and manual bypass (default in USA).
Notes: To comply with EN requirements, "manual bypass" or "force arm" must be
selected.
The option "force arm" is not applicable in the UK.
07:LATCHKEY ARM
Here you determine whether the system can be armed in the "Latchkey" mode. If the
system is armed this way, a “latchkey” message will be reported by voice (PowerMaster30) or SMS message to users (see note) upon disarming by a “latchkey user” (users 5-8
or keyfob transmitters 5-8 in PowerMaster-10 system / users 23-32 or keyfob
transmitters 23-32 in PowerMaster-30 system). This mode is useful when parents at
work want to be informed of a child’s return from school.
Note: To enable the reporting, you must configure the system to report "alrt" events to
Private users (Latchkey belongs to the "alerts" group of events). Refer to section 3.6.4
REPORTED EVENTS
option in both "VOICE REPORT" & SMS REPORT" menus.
Option settings: OFF (default) and ON.
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Certain regulations require that the when the system is armed in AWAY mode, it may not
be disarmed from the outside of the house (such as by keyfobs) before entering the
protected premises and activating an "Entry Delay" zone. To answer this requirement,
the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 provides you with the following configurable
options to disarm the system:
A: At "any time".
B: During entry delay using keyfob devices only ("on entry keyfob").
C: During entry delay by code only using PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 panel
keypad ("on entry keypad").
D: During entry delay using keyfobs or by code using PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30
panel keypad ("on entry all").
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Option settings: any time (default); on entry keyfob; on entry keypad and on entry
all.
3.5.3 Configuring Zones Functionality
The following table provides you with a detailed description of each option and its configuration settings. To
select an option and change its configuration – refer to section 3.5.1.
Option
21:SWINGER STOP
Configuration Instructions
Here you determine the number of times a zone is allowed to initiate an alarm within a
single arming/disarming period (including tamper & power failure events of detectors,
etc.). If the number of alarms from a specific zone exceeds the programmed number, the
control panel automatically bypasses the zone to prevent recurrent siren noise and
nuisance reporting to the Monitoring Station. The zone will be reactivated upon
disarming, or 48 hours after having been bypassed (if the system remains armed).
Option settings: after 1 alarm (default); after 2 alarms (default in USA); after 3 alarms
and no stop.
22:CROSS ZONING
Cross zoning is a method used to counteract false alarms - an alarm will be initiated only
when two adjacent zones (zone couples) are violated within a 30-second time window.
This feature is active only when the system is armed AWAY and only with respect to the
following zone couples: 18+19, 20+21, 22+23, 24+25, 26+27 in PowerMaster-10 system
/ 40+41, 42+43, 44+45, 46+47, 48+49, 50+51, 52+53, 54+55, 56+57, 58+59, 60+61,
62+63 in PowerMaster-30 system.
Here you determine whether cross zoning will be active or inactive.
Option settings: OFF (default) and ON.
Notes:
1. If one of the two crossed zones is bypassed (see Section 3.5.2), the
remaining zone will function independently.
2. It is recommended that crossed zones will be only zones used for detection
of burglary i.e. "Zone Types": Entry/ Exit, Interior, Perimeter and Perimeter
follower.
Important! Do not define "cross zoning" to any other zone types such as Fire,
Emergency, 24h audible, 24h silent etc.
3.5.4 Configuring Alarms & Troubles
The following table provides you with a detailed description of each option and its configuration settings. To
select an option and change its configuration – refer to section 3.5.1.
Option
31:PANIC ALARM
Configuration Instructions
Define whether or not the user will be allowed to initiate a Panic Alarm from keypads (by
simultaneous pressing the two "Panic Buttons") or keyfobs (by simultaneous pressing
the "Away" + "Home" buttons) and whether the alarm will be "silent" (i.e. only reporting
of the event) or also audible (i.e. the sirens will also go off).
Option settings: audible (default); silent and disabled.
32:DURESS ALARM
A duress (ambush) alarm message can be sent to the Monitoring Station if the user is
forced to disarm the system under violence or menace. To initiate a duress message,
the user must disarm the system using a duress code (2580 by default). Here you can
change the duress code or enter "0000" to disable the duress feature.
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To change the code, enter the new 4-digit of the new Duress code at the position of the
blinking cursor or enter 0000 to disable the duress function and then press
.
Notes:
1. The system does not allow programming a duress code identical to an
existing user code.
2. Duress Code is not applicable in the UK.
33:INACTIVE ALRT
Previously known as
"NOT ACTIVE"
34:TAMPER ALARM
Previously known as
"TAMPER OPTION"
35:AC FAIL REPRT
If no sensor detects movement in interior zones at least once within the defined time
window, an “inactive alert" event is initiated.
Here you determine the time window for monitoring the lack of motion.
Option settings: disabled (default); after: 3 hours; after 6 hours; after 12 hours; after
24 hours; after 48 hours and after 72 hours.
Here you determine whether the Tamper switch protection of all zones and other
peripheral devices (except the control panel) are Active or Not active.
Option settings: active (default) and not active.
Warning!: If you select "not active", be aware that no alarm or report will be initiated in
case of tampering with any of the system peripheral devices.
To avoid nuisance reporting in case of short interruptions in the house AC power, the
system reports an AC Fail message only if the AC power does not resume within a predetermined time delay. Here you determine the time delay between the occurrence of
AC power failure and the reporting of the trouble event.
Option settings: after 5 minute (default), after 30 minute, after 60 minute or after 3
hours.
Note: To comply with EN requirements, the time delay must not exceed 60 min.
36:CONFIRM ALARM
Previously known as
"CONFIRM TIME"
37:ABORT TIME
If two successive alarm events occur within a specific time window, the system can be
configured to report the second alarm event as a "confirmed alarm" (see section 3.6.4
option 61). Here you can activate this feature and set the respective time window.
Option settings: disable (default in USA); in 30 minutes; in 45 minutes; in 60 minutes
(default); or in 90 minutes
The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 can be configured to provide an “Abort Time”
delay before initiating an alarm that starts upon detection of an event. If the user
disarms the system within the selected abort time, the alarm is aborted (not applicable
to alarms from FIRE, 24H SILENT and EMERGENCY zones). During this time delay,
the buzzer sounds a warning beep but the siren remains inactive and the alarm is not
reported. Here you can activate the feature and select the "Abort Time" interval.
Option settings: in 00 seconds (default in USA); in 15 seconds; in 30 seconds (default);
in 45 seconds; in 60 seconds; in 2 minutes; in 3 minutes and in 4 minutes.
Note:
38:CANCEL ALARM
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To comply with UL or CP-01 requirements, the abort time must not exceed 45
sec.
The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 can be configured to provide a ”Cancel Alarm”
time window that starts upon reporting an alarm to the Monitoring Station. If the user
disarms the system within that "cancel alarm" time, a “cancel alarm” message is sent to
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the Monitoring Station indicating that the alarm was canceled by the user. Here you can
activate the feature and select the "Cancel Alarm" time period.
Previously known as
"ALARM CANCEL"
39:ALARM RESET
Previously known as
"RESET OPTIONS"
Option settings: not active (default in USA); in 1 minute, in 5 minutes (default); in 15
minutes; in 60 minutes and in 4 hours.
Note: To comply with CP-01 requirements, "1 minute" option must not be used.
Certain regulations (such as in the UK) require that following an alarm event the system
cannot be rearmed before it is checked and reset by an installer (engineer). To answer
this requirement, the PowerMaster-10 provides you with the following configurable
options for resetting the alarm event and rearming the system:
A: By the user as usual (by user).
B: By the engineer (installer) by entering and exiting the "Installer Mode" or by accessing
the system remotely via the telephone using the Installer Code (by engineer). For
accessing the system via the telephone, see the User's Guide, Chapter 5 – "Remote
Control by Telephone" and use installer code instead of user code.
Option settings: by user (default) and by engineer.
Note: This feature is not applicable in the USA.
3.5.5 Configuring Sirens Functionality
The following table provides you with a detailed description of each option and its configuration settings. To
select an option and change its configuration – refer to section 3.5.1.
Option
Configuration Instructions
43:PANEL SIREN
Determine whether the internal siren of the control panel will sound alarms (ON) or
remain silent (OFF).
Previously known as
"PIEZO SIREN"
Option settings: ON (default) and OFF.
44:SIREN TIME
Here you can define the operating time the sirens will sound upon alarm. Once the
"Siren Time" expires or the system is disarmed, the siren automatically shuts down.
Previously known as
"BELL TIME"
Option settings: 1 minute; 3 minutes; 4 minutes (default); 8 minutes; 10 minutes; 15
minutes and 20 minutes
Note: To comply with EN requirements, the "Siren Time" must not exceed 15 minutes.
45:STROBE TIME
Here you can define the length of time the strobe light will flash upon alarm.
Option settings: 5 minutes; 10 minutes, 20 minutes (default); 40 minutes and 60
minutes
46:SIREN ON LINE
Determine whether the siren will be activated or not when the telephone line fails when
the system is armed.
Option settings: disable on fail (default) or enable on fail.
3.5.6 Configuring Audible & Visual User Interface
The following table provides you with a detailed description of each option and its configuration settings. To
select an option and change its configuration – refer to section 3.5.1.
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Option
Configuration Instructions
51:PIEZO BEEPS
With Partition
disabled∗
Here you determine whether the panel will sound the exit/entry warning beeps during
exit and entry delays or not. An additional option is to mute the warning beeps only when
the system is armed “HOME”.
Option settings: ON (default), OFF when home (default in USA) and OFF.
Note: When exit beeps are OFF, the happy (success) melody will still to sound toward
the end of an exit delay.
The volume level of the exit / entry beeps can be modified by pressing the
on the keypad to increase the volume, or by pressing the
volume.
button
button to decrease the
Here you determine whether the panel will sound the exit/entry warning beeps during
51:PIEZO BEEPS
exit and entry delays or not. An additional option is to mute the warning beeps only when
∗
With Partition enabled
the system is armed “HOME”.
The control panel’s display is: Def:P1
P2
P3
The pushbuttons
,
, and
provide selection of the corresponding
partitions. Pressing each button repeatedly will toggle between each option.
Option settings:
(enable beeps), H (OFF when home) and
(disable beeps).
Notes:
When exit beeps are OFF, the happy (success) melody will still to sound toward the end
of an exit delay.
The volume level of the exit / entry beeps can be modified by pressing the
on the keypad to increase the volume, or by pressing the
volume.
52:TROUBLE BEEPS
button
button to decrease the
Under trouble conditions, the panel sounder emits a series of 3 short reminder beeps
once per minute. Here you determine whether to enable or disable this reminder beeping
or just disable it at night. The “night” hours are defined in the factory but are usually from
8 PM (20:00) until 7:00 AM.
Option settings: ON (default in USA); OFF at night (default) and OFF.
53:MEMORY PROMPT
Define whether or not the user will receive "Memory" indication that an alarm has been
activated.
Option settings: ON (default) and OFF.
54:LOW-BAT ACK
Here you can activate or deactivate the "Low Battery Acknowledge" requirement from the
user whose keyfob's battery is low. For further information see User's Guide Chapter 6.
Option settings: OFF (default) – acknowledge not needed; ON – acknowledge required.
55:BACK LIGHT
Here you determine whether the panel's back lighting will remain on at all times or will
turn on only when a key is pressed and turn off within 10 seconds if no further
keystrokes are sensed.
Option settings: always ON and OFF after 10 sec (default).
56:SCREEN SAVER
With Partition
disabled∗
∗
Certain regulations require that the system status display will not be exposed to
unauthorized persons. The Screen Saver option (when activated) replaces the status
display with “PowerMaster-10” / “PowerMaster-30” display if no key is pressed during
more than 30 seconds.
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Here you can activate the Screen Saver option and determine whether the status display
will resume following any key press (refresh by Key) or by entering a code (refresh by
Code). If refresh by Key is selected, the first pressing of any key (except Fire and
Emergency) will produce the status display and the second press will perform the key
function. Regarding the Fire and Emergency keys, the first key press will produce the
status display and will also perform the Fire/Emergency function. For further information
see User's Guide Chapter 1 "Screen Saver".
Option settings: OFF (default); refresh by code and refresh by key.
Note: To comply with EN requirements, "refresh by code" must be selected.
56:SCREEN SAVER
With Partition
enabled∗
Certain regulations require that the system status display will not be exposed to
unauthorized persons. The Screen Saver option (when activated) replaces the status
display with “PowerMaster-30” display if no key is pressed during more than 30 seconds.
Here you can activate the Screen Saver option and determine whether the status display
will resume following any key press (Text - by Key) or by entering a code (Text - by
Code). If Text by Key is selected, the first pressing of any key (except Fire and
Emergency) will produce the status display and the second press will perform the key
function. Regarding the Fire and Emergency keys, the first key press will produce the
status display and will also perform the Fire/Emergency function.
You can also determine that if no key is pressed during more than 30 seconds the date
and time will appear on the display. You can determine that normal display will return
after pressing the
button followed by entering user code (Clock - by Code) or
after pressing any key (Clock - by Key).
For further information see User's Guide Chapter 1 "Screen Saver".
Option settings: OFF (default); Text - by code; Text - by Key; Clock - by Code; Clock by Key.
Note: To comply with EN requirements, "refresh by code" must be selected.
3.5.7 Configuring Jamming and Supervision (Missing device)
The following table provides you with a detailed description of each option and its Option settings. To select an
option and change its setting (configuration) – refer to section 3.5.1.
Option
61:JAM DETECT
Configuration Instructions
Here you determine whether jamming (continuous interfering transmissions on the radio
network) will be detected and reported or not. If any of the jam detection options is
selected, the system will not allow arming under jamming conditions. The PowerMaster10 / PowerMaster-30 provides several jam detect and reporting options to comply with the
following standards:
Option
UL 20/20
EN 30/60
Class 6
(30/60)
disabled
Notes:
Standard
USA
Europe
Detection and Reporting occurs when:
There is continuous 20 seconds of jamming
There is an accumulated 30 seconds of jamming within 60
sec.
Like EN (30/60) but the event will be reported only if the
British
Standard jamming duration exceeds 5 minutes.
(default) No jamming detection and reporting.
To comply with UL requirements, "UL 20/20" must be selected.
To comply with EN requirements, "EN 30/60" must be selected.
To comply with UK Class-6 requirements, " class 6 (30/60)" must be
selected.
∗
Refers to PowerMaster-30 only
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62:MISSING REPRT
Previously known as
"SUPERVISION"
Here you determine the time window for reception of supervision (keep alive) signals
from the various wireless peripheral devices. If any device does not report at least once
within the selected time window, a “MISSING” alert is initiated.
Option settings: after 1 hour; after 2 hours; after 4 hours; after 8 hours; after 12
hours (default) and disabled.
Note: To comply with EN requirements, 1 hour or 2 hours must be selected.
63:NOT READY
Here you configure that in case of a supervision problem (i.e. a device is "missing" see "62: MISSING REPRT") whether the system will continue to operate as normal or
the system status will become "Not Ready" (upon missing) for as long as the "Missing"
trouble exists.
Option settings: normal (default) and if missing dev..
"EN standards" require that if a supervision (missing) or jamming trouble occurs
during AWAY arming, the siren will go off and the event will be reported as a tamper
event.
Here you configure whether the system will behave according to EN standards or as
Previously known as
normal.
"BELL/REP.OPT"
Option settings: normal (default) or EN standard.
64:MISS/JAM ALRM
Note: To comply with EN requirements "EN standard" must be selected.
3.5.8 Configuring Miscellaneous Features
The following table provides you with a detailed description of each option and its configuration settings. To
select an option and change its configuration – refer to section 3.5.1.
Option
91:USER PERMIT
Configuration Instructions
User Permission enables you to determine whether access to the INSTALLER MODE
requires the user's permission or not. If you select enabled, the installer will be able to
access the system only through the user menu after the user code has been entered (see
section 3.2).
Option settings: disable (default) or enable (default in UK).
Note: To comply with EN requirements, "Enable" must be selected.
92:BATTERY TYPE
Here you determine which type of battery pack is used for the system to supply proper
charge current.
Option settings: 7.2V NiMH (default) or 9.6V NiMH (default in UK).
3.6 Communication
3.6.1 General Guidance – "Communication" Flow-Chart & Menu Options
The COMMUNICATION menu enables you to configure and customize the communication and reporting of alarm,
troubles and other system events for monitoring companies or private users according to your local requirements
and personal preferences. PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 offers a variety of communication means including
telephone PSTN landline, Cellular GSM, GPRS or SMS and IP via broadband internet connection.
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The 04.COMMUNICATION menu contains several sub-menu options, each covering a group of configurable
features and parameters related to the communication and reporting as follows (see detailed list in Step-3 of the
chart below):
Option
Description of Option Features and Parameters
Section
1:PSTN TEL LINE
Contains configurable features and parameters related to the PSTN
telephone line to which the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 is connected.
3.6.2
2:GSM/GPRS/SMS
Contains configurable features and parameters related to the Cellular
connection of the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 system.
3.6.3
3:C.S.REPORTING
Contains configurable features and parameters related to Reporting of event
messages to Central Monitoring Stations via telephone, cellular or IP
broadband communication.
3.6.4
4:PRIVATE REPORT
Contains configurable features and parameters related to Reporting event
messages to Private Users via telephone or SMS.
3.6.5
5:MOTION CAMERA
Contains configurable features and parameters related to Motion Cameras
for Video Alarm Verification and forwarding of image clips to Central
Monitoring Station and other remote subscribers via e-mail and/or MMS
network.
3.6.6
6:UP/DOWNLOAD
Contains configurable connection information, access permission and security
codes related to the Upload/Download procedures via PSTN or GPRS.
3.6.7
To enter the 04.COMMUNICATION menu and to select and configure an option, proceed as follows:
Step 1
Select
[1]
"COMMUNICATION"
Step 2
Step 3
Select
Communication
Sub-menu option
[2]
Select the "Communication" Parameter you
wish to configure
[3]
Step
4
[4]
See
section
INSTALLER MODE
04.COMMUNICATION
1:PSTN TEL LINE
3.6.2
AREA CODE SKIP
LINE PREFIX
DIAL METHOD
2:GSM/GPRS/SMS
GPRS REPORT
SIM PIN CODE
GSM REPORT
GPRS PASSWORD
SMS REPORT
3.6.3
NETWORK ROAMING
GPRS APN
GPRS ALWAYS ON
GPRS USERNAME
GSM KEEP ALIVE
3:C.S. REPORTING
() These options are
available only to the
"Master Installer"
01:REPORT EVENTS
02:1st RPRT CHAN
03:2nd RPRT CHAN
46:PSTN RETRIES
3.6.4
47:GSM RETRIES
51:TEL AUTO TEST
04:3rd RPRT CHAN
52:AUTO-TST TIME
05:DUAL REPORT
11:RCVR1 ACCOUNT
12:RCVR2 ACCOUNT
53:COM.FAIL RPRT
16:PSTN/GSM RCV1
GSM/GPRS FAIL
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17:PSTN/GSM RCV2
21:IP RCVR 1
4:PRIVATE REPORT
61:RPRT CNF ALARM
62:RECENT CLOSE
22:IP RCVR 2
63:ZONE RESTORE
26:SMS RCVR 1
64:SYST.INACTIVE
27:SMS RCVR 2
65:TWO WAY VOICE
41:PSTN FORMAT
VOICE REPORT
REPORTED EVENTS
3.6.5
SMS REPORT
See
also
User's
Guide
Chapte
r4
Section
C.10
REPORTED EVENTS
1st private tel #
1st SMS tel #
2nd private tel #
2nd SMS tel #
3rd private tel #
3rd SMS tel #
4th private tel #
4th SMS tel #
Redial attempts
Voice<-->private
Tel. acknowledge
Step 1
Step 2
[1] Select
[2]
Select
Communication Sub"COMMUNICATION"
menu option
5:MOTION CAMERA
Step 3
Step
4
Select the "Communication" Parameter you
wish to configure
[3]
[4]
IMAGE FORWARD
VIEW ON DEMAND
1st e-mail
VIEW TIME WINDOW
2nd e-mail
VIEW OTHER ALARM
3.6.6
3rd e-mail
4th e-mail
1st MMS tel #
2nd MMS tel #
3rd MMS tel #
4th MMS tel #
6:UP/DOWNLOAD
PSTN UP/DOWNLOAD
GPRS UP/DOWNLOAD
Remote access
Panel SIM Tel #
Mast. UL/DL code
1st caller ID#
Inst. UL/DL code
2nd caller ID#
3.6.7
UL/DL Modes
Up/Download tel#
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– Entering the "Communication" Menu
To Select an Option:
[1]
Enter the Installer Menu and select the "04.COMMUNICATION" option (see section 3.2).
[2]
Select the sub-menu option you need, for example: "3: C.S. REPORTING".
[3]
Select the parameter you wish to configure for example: "11:RCVR 1 ACCOUNT"
[4]
To continue, go to the section of the selected sub-menu option, for example section 3.6.4 for the
"3:C.S.REPORTING" sub-menu, and look for the option you wish to configure (e.g. "11:RCVR 1 ACCOUNT").
After configuring the selected parameter the display returns to step 3.
To Change the Configuration of the Selected Option:
When entering the selected option, the display shows the default (or the previously selected) setting marked
with ().
If you wish to change the configuration, scroll
the "Option settings" menu and select the setting you
wish and press
to confirm. When done the display brings you back to Step 3.
3.6.2 Configuring PSTN (Landline or Telephone Line) Connection
The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 panels include a telephone dialer for reporting to Monitoring Stations
using Alarm Formats (see section 3.6.4 option 41) and to Private Telephones (see section 3.6.5 "VOICE
REPORT"). Here you configure necessary parameters related to the PSTN telephone line to which the
PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 is connected.
04.COMMUNICATION
1:PSTN TEL LINE
OPTION you wish
Means
scroll
and
select
To configure an option enter the 1:PSTN TEL LINE
menu, select the option you wish to configure (see
guidance above and in section 3.6.1), then refer to the table below which provides you with detailed
explanations and configuration instructions for each option.
Option
AREA CODE SKIP
Configuration Instructions
In some older PSTN networks, it may not be possible to dial from the control panel to
other PSTN telephone numbers (such as monitoring stations or private phones), if the
dialed number contains an area code which is identical to the area code of the panel
(i.e. both the panel and the other numbers are in the same PSTN area code).
If you encounter the same problem with the PSTN network the panel is connected to,
you must enter here the area code of the PSTN telephone line to which the panel is
connected (up to 4 digits) so that when dialing to other PSTN phone numbers
programmed with the same area code, the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 will skip
the area code from the dialed number.
LINE PREFIX
Here you enter the prefix digit (if necessary) for the system to access an outside
telephone line.
DIAL METHOD
Here you determine the dialing method used by the PSTN dialer of the PowerMaster-10
/ PowerMaster-30 control panel.
Option settings: pulse and tone (dtmf) (default).
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3.6.3 Configuring GSM-GPRS (IP) - SMS Cellular Connection
The GSM/GPRS module is capable of communicating with the Monitoring station receiver by GPRS, GSM Voice
(analog) or SMS Channels.
Each of the channels can be separately enabled or disabled in order to allow or prohibit the module from using it for
the event reporting. If all channels are enabled, the GSM/GPRS module will always try GPRS first. If fails, it will try
GSM voice. If fails, it will try any other possible method (PSTN Broadband) and only then it will try SMS. Disabling
any of the GSM channels will cause the module to use a different sequence than the one described above.
04.COMMUNICATION
2:GSM/GPRS/SMS
OPTION you wish
Means
scroll
and
select
To configure an option enter the 2:GSM/GPRS/SMS
menu, select the option you wish to configure (see
guidance above and in section 3.6.1), then refer to the table below which provides you with detailed
explanations and configuration instructions for each option.
Option
GPRS REPORT
Configuration Instructions
Here you determine whether the system will report events to the Monitoring Stations'
PowerManage receivers via the GPRS (IP) Channel. For further information see
section 3.6.4 options 21 & 22.
Option settings: disable (default); enable.
GSM REPORT
Here you determine whether the system will report events to the Monitoring Stations'
Alarm Format receivers via the GSM Voice (analog) Channel. For further information
see section 3.6.4 option 41.
Option settings: disable (default); enable.
SMS REPORT
Here you determine whether the system will report events to the Monitoring Stations'
SMS receivers via the SMS Channel. For further information see section 3.6.4 options
26 & 27.
Option settings: disable (default); enable.
GPRS APN
Here you enter the name of the APN Access Point used for the internet settings for the
GPRS (up to 40 digits string).
Note: To enter the APN Access Point, use the "String Editor" at the end of this section.
GPRS USERNAME
Here you enter the Username of the APN used for GPRS communications (up to 30
digits string).
Note: To enter the Username, use the "String Editor" at the end of this section.
SIM PIN CODE
Here you enter the PIN code of the SIM card installed in the GSM module (up to 16
numerical digits).
Note: To enter the numerical PIN code, use the numerical keyboard.
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GPRS PASSWORD
Here you enter the Password of the APN used for GPRS communications (up to 16
digits string).
Note: To enter the Password, use the "String Editor" at the end of this section.
NETWORK ROAMING
Previously known as
"FORCE HOME
NTWK"
GPRS ALWAYS ON
Previously known as
"SESSION
TIMEOUT"
GSM KEEP ALIVE
Here you force the SIM card to use only its "Home Network" and disable it from roaming
to other networks in case the Home Network cannot be found.
Option settings: roam disable (default); roam enable.
Here you determine whether the control panel will stay continuously connected ("Always
ON") via GPRS communication, or disconnect after each report session.
Option settings: disabled (default); enabled.
Some GSM Service providers tend to disconnect the GSM connection if the user has not
initiated any outgoing telephone calls during the last 28 days. To prevent from
disconnecting the GSM connection, you can configure the system to generate a "keep
alive" GSM call every 28 days sending a test message either to the first SMS number
(if exists) or alternatively first private telephone number.
Option settings: Disable" (default) or Every 28 days.
PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 String Editor
Key
String Editor Functionality
Moves the digits cursor from left to right. Long press for fast movement.
Moves the digits cursor from right to left. Long press for fast movement.
Places the digits cursor to the extreme right end position of edit string and shows the last 16
digits of edit string.
Scrolls upward the alphanumerical/symbols sequence of inserted digits. Long press for fast
scroll.
For the sequence of the digits see end of this table.
Scrolls downward the alphanumerical/symbols sequence of inserted digits. Long press for fast
scroll.
For the sequence of the digits see end of this table.
Changes between lowercase letters (a,b,c…z) and uppercase letters (A,B,C…Z).
Clears a single digit of the string by cursor.
Clears all digits of the string to the right of cursor.
Confirms and saves the edited string and reverts to previous menu.
Exiting the edit screen and moves one level up to previous or top menu without saving the edit
string.
Exiting the edit screen and moves to the "<OK> TO EXIT" exit screen without saving the edit
string.
Sequence
Alphanumeric/symbol sequence: a/A, b/B….z/Z; 0,1,2…9; ! # % & ' * + - / = ^ @ . _ ?
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3.6.4 Configuring Events Reporting to Monitoring Stations
The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 control panel is designed to report alarm, alerts, troubles and other events
and messages to two Central Monitoring Stations C.S.1 and C.S.2 via PSTN telephone line, Cellular i.e. GSM
voice (analog), GPRS (IP) & SMS or Broadband IP communications channels. In this section you configure and
define all parameters and features required for the reporting of the event messages to Monitoring Stations such as:
• The events reported to each of the two Monitoring Stations C.S.1 and C.S.2 and corresponding backups.
• The communication means (channel) used for the reporting and the backup means (channel) in case of
failure.
• The customer's (subscriber) account number(s) to be reported to each monitoring station.
• The telephone numbers, IP addresses and SMS numbers and reporting formats of the corresponding alarm
receivers at the two Monitoring Stations C.S.1 and C.S.2 and the number of reporting retry attempts in case
of failure to report.
• The communication Auto Tests and communication Fail reports.
• The reporting of certain system function events such as "Confirmed Alarm", "Recent Close", Zone Restore"
and "System Not-Used".
04.COMMUNICATION
3:C.S.REPORTING
OPTION you wish
Means
scroll
and
select
To configure an option enter the 3:C.S.REPORTING
menu, select the option you wish to configure (see
guidance above and in section 3.6.1), then refer to the table below which provides you with detailed
explanations and configuration instructions for each option.
Option
Configuration Instructions
01:REPORT EVENTS
Here you determine which events (i.e. Alarms (alrm
alrm);
o/c);
alrm Open/close (o/c
o/c Alerts
(alrt
alrt);
alrt Maintenance and Troubles) will be reported to the Monitoring Stations. Due to
lack of space in the display, the abbreviations alrm,
alrm alrt,
alrt o/c
o/c and all (i.e. all
events) are used.
The minus (-) symbol means "less/except" e.g. all(all(-alrt) means all events except
alerts.
alerts
The asterisk (
) is a separator between events reported to Monitoring Station 1
(C.S.1) and events reported to Monitoring Station 2 (C.S.2). For detailed and more
complete explanation see the "Event Reporting Chart" at the end of this section.
Option settings:
all-o/c
backup
(default)
all-o/c
o/c
disable report
all all
all(-alrt)
alrt
all backup
all-o/c
all-o/c
alrm
all(-alrm)
Note: Alarm events (alrm) have the highest priority and Alert events (alrt) have
the lowest priority.
02:1st RPRT CHAN
03:2nd RPRT CHAN
04:3rd RPRT CHAN
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If the system is equipped also with Cellular communicators, you must define which of
the communicating channels (i.e. Cellular or PSTN) the system will use as the main
channel (i.e. 1st priority) for reporting event messages to Monitoring Stations, and if the
main channel fails, which channels will be used in the 2nd and 3rd reporting priorities.
Enter the "1st RPRT CHAN"; option and define which of the communication channels
the system will use as the main reporting channel. If you wish to define also backup
reporting channels, enter the "2nd RPRT CHAN" and "3rd RPRT CHAN" options and
define them as well.
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Option settings: disabled (default); cellular and PSTN.
05:DUAL REPORT
Important:
Only selected communication channels will be used by the system to
report event messages to Monitoring Stations. If none is selected, the
reporting to monitoring stations will be disabled.
Note:
When Cellular channel is selected then the priorities within he cellular will
be GPRS (IP) channel first, then GSM voice channel and last SMS
channel provided these channels have been enabled in section 3.6.3.
Here you determine whether or not to report events using PSTN and Cellular.
Option settings: disable (default) and PSTN & cellular.
11:RCVR1 ACCOUNT
12:RCVR2 ACCOUNT
Here you enter the respective 1st Account (subscriber) number (11:RCVR 1 ACCOUNT)
that will identify your specific alarm system to the 1st Monitoring Station (designated as
RCVR1 or RCV1) and a 2nd Account (subscriber) number (12:RCVR 2 ACCOUNT) that
will identify the system to the 2nd Monitoring Station (designated as RCVR2 or RCV2).
Each of the Account numbers consists of 6 hexadecimal digits.
Enter the 1st and 2nd Account numbers in their corresponding locations. To enter
Hexadecimal digits, use the following table:
Master Installer only
Digit
Keying
16:PSTN/GSM RCV1
17:PSTN/GSM RCV2
Master Installer only
Entering Hexadecimal Digits
0…..9
A
B
C
0…..9
[#][0]
[#][1]
[#][2]
D
[#][3]
E
[#][4]
F
[#][5]
The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 can be programmed to report the event
messages defined in the Report Events option (option 01) to two Alarm Format
Receivers via PSTN telephone line and/or GSM analog voice channel (if equipped with
GSM module), using standard PSTN alarm formats (i.e. SIA, Contact-ID and Scancom).
The reporting format is defined in the "PSTN Report Format" option (option 41).
Here you enter the two respective telephone numbers of the Alarm Format Receiver 1
located at the 1st Monitoring Station (16: PSTN/GSM RCV1) and alarm format Receiver
2 located at the 2nd Monitoring Station (17: PSTN/GSM RCV2).
Enter the telephone numbers of alarm format Receiver 1 and Receiver 2 in their
corresponding locations (including area code – maximum 16 digits). For further
programming information see the table below.
Note: If any of the phone numbers programmed herein contain an area code identical
to the area code of the PSTN telephone line to which the system is connected, you
should refer to the AREA CODE
Digit
option in section 3.6.2.and act as instructed there.
Keying Digit Significance
The dialer waits 10 seconds or waits for dial tone, whichever comes
first and then dials. Applicable only at the 1st digit.
D
[#][3] The dialer waits 5 seconds for dial tone and goes on hook if none is
received. Applicable only at the 1st digit.
E
[#][4] The dialer waits 5 seconds. Applicable only in the middle of the
number.
To move the cursor and clear digits, use the "String Editor's" keys as described in
the table at the end of section 3.6.3.
A
[#][0]
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21:IP RCVR 1
22:IP RCVR 2
If equipped with GSM or Broadband/PowerLink modules, the PowerMaster-10 /
PowerMaster-30 can be programmed to report the event messages defined in Report
Events option (option 01) to two IP Receivers Visonic model PowerManage. IP
reporting can be performed via GPRS (IP) channel using SIA IP format or via
Broadband IP channel using SIA IP or Visonic PowerNet format.
Here you can enter the two respective IP addresses of the IP Receiver 1 located at the
1st Monitoring Station (21:IP RCVR 1) and IP Receiver 2 located at the 2nd Monitoring
Station (22:IP RCVR 2).
Master Installer only
26:SMS RCVR 1
27:SMS RCVR 2
Enter the IP addresses (000.000.000.000) of IP Receiver 1 and IP Receiver 2 in their
corresponding locations.
If equipped with GSM module, the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 can be
programmed to report the event messages defined in Report Events option (option 01)
to two SMS Receivers via the GSM SMS channel using a special SMS text format. For
further details concerning the SMS text format please contact Visonic.
Here you enter the two respective telephone numbers of the SMS Receiver 1 located at
the 1st Monitoring Station (26:SMS RCVR 1) and SMS Receiver 2 located at the 2nd
Monitoring Station (27:SMS RCVR 2).
Master Installer only
Enter the telephone numbers of SMS Receiver 1 and SMS Receiver 2 in their
corresponding locations (including area code – maximum 16 digits).
Note: To enter the international prefix (
) at the 1st digit – key-in [#][1].
41:PSTN FORMAT
The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 can be programmed to report the event
messages defined in Report Events option (option 01) to two Alarm Format Receivers
(see options 16 & 17) via PSTN telephone line and/or GSM analog voice channel (if
equipped with GSM module) using standard PSTN alarm formats (i.e. SIA, Contact-ID
and Scancom).
Here you select which of the reporting formats the system will use to report the events
to the two Alarm Format Receivers PSTN/GSM RCVR 1 and PSTN/GSM RCVR 2. The
Event Codes used for the reporting in each of the available formats are specified in
APPENDIX E. Event Codes.
Make sure that the receivers used by the Monitoring Stations are of the compatible
models listed below and that the receiver used can receive the format you select.
Compatible Alarm Format Receivers:
Osborne-Hoffman model 2000; Ademco Model 685; FBII Model CP220; Radionics
Model D6500; Sur-Gard Model SG-MLR2-DG and Silent Knight Model 9500.
Master Installer only
Option settings: SIA (default); Scancom; SIA text and contact ID.
46:PSTN RETRIES
Here you determine the number of times the system will retry to report to the Monitoring
Station in case of failure to report via the PSTN telephone line connection.
Option settings: 2 attempts; 4 attempts (default); 8 attempts; 12 attempts and
16 attempts.
47:GSM RETRIES
Here you determine the number of times the system will retry to report to the Monitoring
Station in case of failure to report via the cellular connection - GPRS (IP), GSM and SMS.
Option settings: 2 attempts; 4 attempts (default); 8 attempts; 12 attempts and
16 attempts.
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51:TEL AUTO TEST
To verify proper communications via the PSTN telephone line, the PowerMaster-10 /
PowerMaster-30 can be configured to send repeated auto test messages at predefined
time intervals to the Monitoring Station via PSTN. Here you can enable the auto test
feature and determine the time interval between the consecutive tests. The reporting
time is set in option 52.
Option settings: test OFF (default); every 1 day; every 2 days; every 5 days; every 7
days; every 14 days; every 30 days and every 5 hours.
52:AUTO TST TIME
Here you can set the exact time during the day at which the Auto Test message (if
enabled in option 51) will be sent to the Monitoring Station.
Enter the auto test time.
Note: If the AM/PM format is used, you can set the "AM" digit with the
and the "PM" digit with the
button.
53:COM. FAIL RPRT
PSTN FAIL
GSM/GPRS FAIL
button
Determine whether a failure in any of the system communication channels i.e. PSTN or
GSM/GPRS will be reported or not and the time delay between detection of the failure
and reporting of the failure event to the Monitoring Station. A trouble event (i.e. "tel line
fail" or "GSM line fail") will be respectively stored in the event log.
To configure:
Press
(Return)
to enter the 53:COM. FAIL RPRT sub menu and then scroll, select and
configure the communication channel you wish i.e.
to return.
When done, press
PSTN FAIL
GSM/GPRS FAIL .
Option settings "PSTN FAIL": immediat report (default); after 5 min; after 30 min;
after 60 min; after 180 min and do not report.
Previously known as
"LINE FAIL REPORT" Option settings "GSM/GPRS FAIL": after 2 min; after 5 min; after 15 min; after 30
min and do not report (default).
61:RPRT CNF ALARM
Master Installer only
Determine whether the system will report the "confirmed alarm" event i.e. if 2
successive alarm events occur within a specific time window, provided the feature is
activated - see section 3.5.4 option 36.
Option settings: report disabled (default); enabled+bypass (see note below) and
report enabled.
Note: "enabled+bypass" should be selected when compliance with DD243 Annex B (UK
standard) is required. According to DD243 if a detector that caused the commencement of
the confirmation timer is still alarming at the end of the confirmation timer and a second
alarm (confirmed alarm) did not occur by then, the alarming detector SHALL BE
BYPASSED and the Central station should be informed that the detector/zone is
bypassed.
62:RECENT CLOSE
A very common reason for false alarms is that users do not exit the premises within the
exit delay period and as a result a false alarm occurs a short time later. In such cases it
is important to inform the Monitoring Station that the alarm occurred shortly after the
system was armed (this event is known as "Recent Close").
Here you can enable the “recent closing” report, that is sent to the Monitoring Station if
an alarm occurs within 2 minutes from the expiry of the exit delay
Option settings: report disabled (default) and report enabled
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63:ZONE RESTORE
Some Monitoring Stations require that following an alarm event from a specific zone,
the system will also report when the alarming zone has restored to normal.
Here you determine whether a zone restore will be reported or not.
Option settings: report enabled (default) and report disabled
64:SYST.INACTIVE
The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 can be programmed to report a "System
Inactive" event message (CID event 654) to the Monitoring Station if the system is not
used (i.e. armed) during a predefined time period.
Here you can enable the feature and determine the time period.
Option settings: report disabled (default); after 7 days; after 14 days; after 30 days;
and after 90 days.
65:TWO WAY VOICE
∗
Send 2wv code
Voice <--> C.S.
Ringback time
Ambient level
(Return)
Master Installer only
for Send 2wv code /
Voice <--> C.S. /
Ringback time
Here you can configure the two way voice channel settings of the PowerMaster-30, as
follows:
Send 2 WV Code: Here you determine whether the system will send two-way voice
code to the Monitoring Station (to turn the Monitoring Station from data communication
to voice communication state) by using pre-selected SIA or Contact-ID communication
format only.
Voice <--> C.S.: Here you select the timeout for 2-way voice communication with
Monitoring Stations, or enable the Monitoring Station to ring back for 2-way voice function.
This option is applicable only after reporting an event to the Monitoring Station for listening
and speaking).
Ringback Time: Here you determine the period during which the Monitoring Station
can establish 2-way voice communication with the PowerMaster-30 (after 1 ring), if:
A. Alarm type message was received by Monitoring Station.
B. Ring Back function was selected [see “Voice <--> C.S.” sub menu above].
Ambient Level: Here you select the ambient noise level of the installation. If it is a
relatively noisy environment, set it to High (default setting). If it is a very quiet
environment, set to Low.
To configure:
Press
to enter the 65:TWO WAY VOICE sub menu and then scroll, select and
configure the communication channel you wish i.e. Send 2wv code Voice <--> C.S. Ringback time
Send 2wv code
Voice <--> C.S.
Ambient level . When done, press
to return.
Option settings: don’t send (default); and send.
Option settings: disable (default); timeout 10 s; timeout 45 s; timeout 60 s; time out
90 s; timeout 2 m; and ringback.
Note: If "ring back" is selected, you should select "disable report" for private telephone
(see Option 01:REPORT EVENTS), otherwise the Monitoring Station will establish
communication with the PowerMaster-30 (after an event occurrence) in the normal
manner (and not after one ring).
Ringback time
Option settings: 1 minute (default); 3 minutes; 5 minutes; and 10 minutes.
Ambient level
Option settings: low (default); and high.
∗
Refers to PowerMaster-30 with voice option only
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Event Reporting Chart
To simplify the configuration of reporting system events to Central Monitoring Stations, the event messages are
divided into 5 Event Groups as described in the following table below: Due to lack of space in the display, the
following abbreviations are used alrm,
alrm alrt,
alrt o/c”
o/c and all (i.e. all events) – see table below.
Event Group
Abbr.
Alarms
Open/close
Alerts
Maintenance
Trouble
alrm
o/c
alrt
-
Events Messages Reported
Fire, Burglary, Panic, Tamper
Arming AWAY, Arming HOME, Disarming
No-activity, Emergency, Latchkey
Low-battery, AC failure
All other Trouble events not indicated above such as Missing,
Jamming, Communication Fail etc.
Note: "Alarms" group has the highest priority and "Alerts" group has the lowest priority.
The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 allows you also to select which event groups will be reported to each of
the two Central Monitoring Stations. The table below describes the available reporting options. The minus (-)
symbol means "but/less/except" e.g. all(all(-alrt)
alrt) means all events except alerts
alerts. The asterisk () is a
separator between event messages reported to Central Monitoring Station 1 (C.S.1) and event messages
reported to Central Monitoring Station 2 (C.S.2).
Available Reporting Options
"all
backup"
all backup
"all
allall-o/c backup"
backup
Events Reported to C.S. 1
All
All but open/close
Events reported to C.S. 2
All, only if C.S.1 does not respond
All but open/close, only if C.S. 1 does not
respond
"all
all all"
all
All
All
"all
allAll but open/close
All but open/close
all-o/c allall-o/c "
"all
all–
All but open/close
Open/close
all–o/c o/c "
"all(
all(–
All but alerts
Alerts
all(–alrt) alrt"
alrt
"alrm
alrm all(–
Alarms
All but alarms
all(–alrm)"
alrm)
"disable
disable report"
None
None
report
Note: “all” means that all 5 Groups are reported including Trouble messages - sensor / system low battery,
sensor inactivity, power failure, jamming, communication failure etc.
3.6.5 Configuring Events Reporting to Private Users
The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 system can be programmed to send various event notifications such as
alarm, arming or trouble events, to 4 Private telephone subscribers using audible signals and if a GSM option is
installed, the system can send the messages also to 4 SMS telephone numbers. These reports can be
programmed either instead of or in addition to the reports transmitted to the monitoring company. In this section
you configure:
• The specific events you wish the system to report.
• The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Private telephone and SMS numbers of the private subscribers.
• The number or redial attempts, two-way voice communication∗ and your preferred acknowledge method i.e.
whether a single acknowledge signal will stop the reporting process or an acknowledge signal from each
telephone will be required before the reported event is considered reported.
To select and configure an option follow the instructions below. Additional details and guidance are provided in
section 3.6.1.
04.COMMUNICATION
4:PRIVATE REPORT
OPTION you wish
Means
scroll
and
select
The configuration and detailed description of the 4:PRIVATE REPORT options is provided in the User's Guide
Chapter 6 section C.11 and therefore will not be repeated here. The detailed menu and sub-menu options are
shown in section 3.6.1 above.
∗
Refers to PowerMaster-30 with voice option only
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3.6.6 Configuring Motion Cameras for Video Alarm Verification
If equipped with a GSM/GPRS module, the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 can communicate to Monitoring
Stations (equipped with Visonic PowerManage server) via the GPRS network, also image clips captured by
Motion Cameras (models Next CAM PG2 & Next-K9 CAM PG2). The Monitoring Station can use the video clips
for verification of Burglary alarms detected by the Motion Cameras. The system can be configured to capture
image clips also upon occurrence of Non-Burglary alarms (i.e. Fire, Duress, Emergency and Panic). The server
can then forward the images to the management computer of the monitoring station or to 4 remote computers
via e-mail and/or 4 mobile phones by MMS images.
In addition, the monitoring station can log into the PowerManage server and request the system to provide also
image clips "On Demand" and to forward them as defined in the PowerManage application. To protect customers'
privacy, the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 can be customized to enable the "On Demand View" only during
specific system modes (i.e. Disarm, Home & Away) and also to a specific time window following an alarm event. In
this section you can program the 4 e-mail addresses and mobile phone numbers to which the images will be
forwarded and to configure the parameters of the "On Demand View" according to your customer's needs.
04.COMMUNICATION
5:MOTION CAMERAS
OPTION you wish
Means
scroll
and
select
To configure an option enter the 5:MOTION CAMERAS menu, select the option you wish to configure (see
guidance above and in section 3.6.1), then refer to the table below which provides you with detailed
explanations and configuration instructions for each option.
Option
IMAGE FORWARD
1st e-mail
2nd e-mail
3rd e-mail
4th e-mail
1st MMS tel #
Configuration Instructions
Here you can enter the four e-mail addresses and/or 4 mobile phone numbers to which
you wish the PowerManage server to forward the image clips captured by the Motion
Cameras.
To program:
Press
to enter the IMAGE FORWARD
sub menu and then select and program each
of the four e-mail numbers and then each of the four mobile phone numbers. When
done, press
to return.
2nd MMS tel #
3rd MMS tel #
4th MMS tel #
Enter the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th e-mail addresses in their corresponding locations (see note
below) then enter the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th mobile phone numbers in their corresponding
locations (1st MMS tel # etc.)
Note: To enter the e-mail addresses, to move the cursor and clear digits, use the
"String Editor's" keys as described in the table at the end of section 3.6.3.
VIEW ON DEMAND
Here you can enable the "On Demand View" and determine during which arming modes
(system states) the "On Demand View" will be permitted. In the next Option "VIEW TIME
WINDOW" you can determine when during the permitted arming modes the "On
Demand View" will be enabled.
Option settings: Disabled (default); in all modes; in AWAY only; in HOME only; in
HOME & AWAY; DISARM & AWAY; DISARM & HOME; in DISARM only.
VIEW TIME WINDOW
“VIEW TIME
WINDOW” menu
appears only if an
option other than
"Disabled" is selected
in “VIEW ON
DEMAND”
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If the "On Demand View" is enabled in the previous option, you can further determine
here whether the "On Demand View" will be possible at any time during the selected
arming modes (i.e. "Always") or restricted only to a specific limited time window that
follows an alarm event.
Option settings: Always (default); Alarm + 5 min.; Alarm + 15 min.; Alarm + 1 hour
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Here you determine whether the system will capture and forward image clips also upon
occurrence of Non-Burglary alarms (i.e. Fire, Duress, Emergency and panic).
Option settings: Enable (default); Disable.
3.6.7 Configuring Upload / Download Remote Programming Access Permission
Using a PC computer, the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 can be configured (by upload/download) either
locally or from remote via PSTN telephone line or GPRS cellular communication.
Local programming can be performed by direct connecting the computer to the panel's serial port using the
Remote Programmer PC Software.
Remote programming via PSTN can be performed by using a modem and the same software. The modem
dials to the control panel and establishes a connection via PSTN using an agreed process. When connection is
established, the installer or Master installer can access the panel using the UL/DL access codes programmed in
the PSTN UP/DOWNLOAD menu – see table below. For further information refer to the "PowerMaster Remote
Programmer Software User's Guide".
Remote programming via GPRS is performed using a Visonic PowerManage server and related Remote
Programmer PC software. The PowerManage server sends an SMS message from a cellular modem to the
Panel's SIM card number. The panel checks the caller ID of the SMS sender and if identical with any of the two
callers ID 1 or 2 programmed in the GPRS UP/DOWNLOAD menu (see table below), the panel initiates a GPRS
connection with the respective IP Receiver 1 or 2 (as configured in section 3.6.4 options 21 & 22). When
connection is established, the monitoring company can perform the upload/download procedure via the
established secured GPRS connection. For further information refer to the PowerManage User's Guide
In this section you can configure the access permissions (i.e. security codes and identification) and determine
the functionality of the upload/download procedures via PSTN and GPRS channels.
04.COMMUNICATION
6:UP/DOWNLOAD
OPTION you wish
Means
scroll
and
select
To configure an option enter the 6:UP/DOWNLOAD
menu, select the option you wish to configure (see
guidance above and in section 3.6.1), then refer to the table below which provides you with detailed
explanations and configuration instructions for each option.
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Option
Configuration Instructions
PSTN UP/DOWNLOAD
Here you configure the Upload/Download functionality via PSTN. The functionality is
determined through a sub-menu of the PSTN UP/DOWNLOAD option as shown below.
To program:
Press
to enter the PSTN UP/DOWNLOAD sub menu and then select and configure
each of the the five sub-menu options as shown below. When done, press
to
return.
Remote access
Here you enable or disable the remote access to the system. If disabled, the system
can not be accessed from remote thereby inhibiting the Upload/Download and the
Remote Control via PSTN or GSM analog communication channels (see Chapter-5 in
the User's Guide – Remote Control by Telephone).
Option settings: enabled (default); disabled.
Mast. UL/DL code
Here you determine the 4-digit password code that will allow the Master installer to
access the system from remote and upload or download data into the PowerMaster-10
panel.
Enter the 4-digit Master Installer download code ("0000" is not a valid code and must not
be used).
Inst. UL/DL code
Here you determine the 4-digit password code that will allow the Installer to access the
system from remote and upload or download data into the PowerMaster-10 panel.
Enter the 4-digit Installer download code ("0000" is not a valid code and must not be
used).
Note: The installer can configure via UL/DL only the options he is authorized to
configure from the control panel.
UL/DL modes
(Return)
GPRS UP/DOWNLOAD
Here you determine whether the downloading/uploading can be performed in Disarm
mode (state) only or in all modes (i.e. Away, Home & Disarm).
Option settings: any time (default) or when system OFF.
Here you configure the Upload/Download functionality via GPRS. The functionality is
determined through a sub-menu of the GPRS UP/DOWNLOAD option as shown below.
To program:
Press
to enter the GPRS UP/DOWNLOAD sub menu and then select and configure
to
each of the three sub-menu options as shown below. When done, press
return.
Here you enter the PowerMaster-10 SIM card telephone number. The PowerManage
server at the Monitoring Station sends an SMS message to this number when it needs
Previously known the panel to call back the PowerManage server via GPRS for initiating the uploading /
as "My SIM Tel.#" downloading process.
Enter the SIM card telephone number of the panel's GSM module.
Panel SIM Tel.#
1st caller ID#
Here you enter the "Caller ID" (i.e. telephone number) from which Monitoring Station
#1 (C.S.1) is supposed to send the SMS message to the control panel for initiating the
Up/Download process. If the sender's Caller ID matches with the "1st caller ID#" , the
PowerMaster-10 will call back the PowerManage server using "IP RCVR 1" address as
configured in Section 3.6.4. option 21.
Enter the Caller ID number of the SMS sender from Monitoring Station #1.
Note: Caller ID#1 must contain at least 6 digits otherwise the process will not work.
2nd caller ID#
(Return)
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Here you enter the "Caller ID" (i.e. telephone number) from which Monitoring Station
#2 (C.S.2) is supposed to send the SMS message to the control panel for initiating the
Up/Download process. If the sender's Caller ID matches with the "2nd caller ID#" , the
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configured in Section 3.6.4. option 22.
Enter the Caller ID number of the SMS sender from Monitoring Station #2.
Note: Caller ID#2 must contain at least 6 digits otherwise the process will not work.
3.7 PGM Output
3.7.1 General Guidance
The 05:OUTPUTS
menu enables you to select events/conditions under which the PGM (programmable)
output will function and to select the internal siren or STROBE light (that will be activated according to system
programming).
05.OUTPUTS
PGM DEVICES
PGM DEVICE 01
Means scroll
and
select
To configure an option, enter the PGM DEVICE 01 menu, select the option you wish to configure (see guidance
above and in section 3.2), and then refer to the table below which provides you with detailed explanations and
configuration instructions for each option.
3.7.2 Open Collector States
The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 provides an open collector output (active low) for control:
ON state (pulled to ground) = 0
OFF state:
no pullup = float
with pullup to Vcc = 1
3.7.3 Configuring a PGM device
Here you determine which factors, including any combination of factors, will determine the PGM output.
3.7.4 Entering Daytime Limits
05.OUTPUTS
PGM DEVICES
LOCKOUT TIME
Means scroll
and
select
Select the LOCKOUT TIME menu to enter the daytime limits through which the PGM device will turn off, even
when the associated sensors are triggered.
Option
Configuration Instructions
PGM: BY ARM AWAY
Determine to activate the PGM output upon arming Away.
Option settings: disabled (default); turn ON; turn OFF; activate PULSE. [1]
PGM: BY ARM HOME
Determine to activate the PGM output upon arming Home.
Option settings: disabled (default); turn ON; turn OFF; activate PULSE. [1]
PGM: BY DISARM
Determine to activate the PGM output upon Disarming.
Option settings: disabled (default); turn ON; turn OFF; activate PULSE. [1]
PGM: BY MEMORY
Determine to activate the PGM output upon registration of an alarm in the memory.
The output will restore to normal upon memory clearing.
Option settings: disabled (default); turn ON; turn OFF; activate PULSE. [1]
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PGM: BY DELAY
Determine to activate the PGM output during the Exit and Entry delays.
Option settings: disabled (default); turn ON; turn OFF; activate PULSE. [1]
PGM: BY KEYFOB
Determine to activate the PGM output upon pressing the AUX () button of keyfob
transmitters that have been configured to activate the PGM output. For further details,
refer to the configuration instructions of the AUX () button of the respective keyfobs'
datasheets.
Option settings: disabled (default); turn ON; turn OFF; activate PULSE; toggle
[1]
PGM: BY SENSOR
Zone A Z:_ _
Zone B Z:_ _
Determine to activate the PGM output upon activation of any one of up to 3 sensors
(zones) in the systems irrespective whether the system is armed or disarmed.
To configure:
PGM: BY SENSOR
Zone C Z:_ _
Press
to enter the
sub menu and then select the Zone you
wish to program, for example "Zone A". If the zone was configured before, the
display shows the current zone number (Z:xx) and if not, the zone number will be
for the programming cursor
blank (Z:_ _). To configure the zone number press
to appear under the first digit. Enter the Zone number (2 digits) you wish to activate
the PGM output and press
to confirm. If you wish to add another sensor, select
any of the other two options ("Zone B" and "Zone C") and repeat the above process.
When done press
to return.
Option settings: disabled (default); turn ON; turn OFF; activate PULSE;
toggle [1]
Note: If you select toggle, the PGM output will be turned on upon event occurrence
in any of these zones and will be turned off upon next event occurrence, alternately.
PGM:BY LINE FAIL
Determine to activate the PGM output following failure of the PSTN line
Line fail NO
Line fail YES
Option settings: by line fail NO (default); by line failYES.
PGM: LOCKOUT TIME
start – HH:MM A
Enter daytime limits between which PGM lighting devices controlled by sensors will
be off, even when the associated sensors are triggered.
stop – HH:MM A
Option settings: disabled (default); turn ON; turn OFF; activate PULSE
PGM: PULSE TIME
pulse time 2s Determine the PGM output pulse time. This value is the same for all events (by ARM
AWAY, by ARM HOME, by DISARM etc.) which were selected with "activate PULSE"
option.
pulse time 30s
pulse time 2m
pulse time 4m
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Step 2
Select "PGM
DEVICES" option
[1]
Select "PGM DEVICE
01" or "LOCKOUT
TIME"
[2]
Step 3
Select a mode to
configure
05:OUTPUTS
Step 4
[3]
Select the new
setting
PGM DEVICES
[4]
PGM DEVICE 01
Step 5
PGM: BY ARM AWAY
disable
PGM: BY ARM HOME
turn ON
PGM: BY DISARM
turn OFF
PGM: BY MEMORY
activate PULSE
PGM: BY DELAY
PGM: BY KEYFOB
toggle
[5] [6]
PGM: BY SENSOR
Zone A Z:_ _
Return
to step
3.
See
[4]
Zone B Z:_ _
Zone C Z:_ _
PGM:BY LINE FAIL
by line fail NO
by line failYES
PGM: PULSE TIME
pulse time 2s
pulse time 30s
pulse time 2m
pulse time 4m
[7]
LOCKOUT TIME
start – HH:MM A
stop – HH:MM A
[8]
– Entering the "PGM Output" Menu
To Select an Option:
[1]
Enter the Installer Menu and select the
[2]
Select the sub-menu option you need, for example:
[3]
[4]
Select the parameter you wish to configure for example:
To continue, go to the Section of the selected sub-menu option and look for the option you wish to
configure. After configuring the selected parameter the display returns to step 3.
[5]
The "toggle" option setting is available only for "PGM: BY KEYFOB".
[6]
Select "Turn on" to activate the PGM device, "Turn off" to stop the PGM device and "disable" to deactivate
the PGM device.
[7]
The time selection will take effect when the "activate PULSE" is enabled.
[8]
Select "start" / "stop" and enter the desired time.
05:OUTPUTS
option (see section 3.2).
PGM DEVICE 01
.
PGM: BY MEMORY
To Change the Configuration of the Selected Option:
When entering the selected option, the display shows the default (or the previously selected) setting marked
with ().
If you wish to change the configuration, scroll
the "Option settings" menu and select the setting you
wish and press
to confirm. When done the display bring you back to Step 3.
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3.8 Custom Names
3.8.1 Custom Zone Names
During the device enrollment process you are defining also the Location name where the device is installed. The
location name is selected from a Location List of 26 predefined names and 5 Custom names (Custom 1 to
Custom 5) - see Section 3.4.2 Steps 6-7 and corresponding Location List in section 3.4.2.
Here you can define the 5 custom location names according to your specific needs and to use them during the
device enrollment instead of the “Custom 1” to “Custom 5” names in the location list.
To define the Custom Location names follow the instructions below. Additional details and guidance are
provided in section 3.2.
INSTALLER MODE
06.CUSTOM NAMES
CUST. ZONES NAME
Means
scroll
and
select
To program the custom location you wish, enter the CUST. ZONES NAME menu (see guidance above), then
refer to the table below which provides you with detailed explanations and programming instructions.
Option
CUST. ZONES NAME
EDIT USER TERM 1
EDIT USER TERM 2
EDIT USER TERM 3
EDIT USER TERM 4
EDIT USER TERM 5
Configuration Instructions
Here you can enter the five Custom Location names you wish to use instead of the
"Custom 1" to "Custom 5" names in the Location List in Section 3.4.2.
To program:
Press
to enter the CUST. ZONES NAME
sub menu and then select the
Location # you wish to program, for example "EDIT USER TERM 1". The display
shows the current Custom name, for example "Custom 1". To change the name
press
for the programming cursor to appear under the first character. Enter the
Location name you wish and at the end press
to confirm.
When done, press
to return.
Note: To enter the Location name use the "Text Editor" at the end of section 3.6.3.
3.8.2 Record Speech∗
This mode allows you to record short-duration speech messages for the house identity, user names and custom
zone names.
For the recording procedure follow the instructions below. Additional details and guidance are provided in
section 3.2.
INSTALLER MODE
06.CUSTOM NAMES
RECORD SPEECH
Means
scroll
and
select
To select the option you wish, enter the RECORD SPEECH
menu, select the option you wish to perform (see
guidance above), then refer to the table below which provides you with detailed explanations for each option.
∗
Refers to PowerMaster-30 only
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Option
Instructions
HOUSE IDENTITY
Here you can record a message to be announced automatically when events are
reported to private telephones.
While in HOUSE IDENTITY
Press the
, press
to initiate the recording procedure.
button continuously to record your message; RECORD A MESSAGE
appears momentarily and then changes to TALK NOW (the square boxes
slowly disappear, one by one, until the end of the recording time).
At the end of the recording process, the panel will display the following:
RECORDING ENDED
. Release the
button.
Note: To check the recorded message, press the
playback.
button and listen to the
To advance to the next stage in the recording procedure; from the HOUSE IDENTITY
Option
USER #5 NAME
menu, click
.
Instructions
Here you can record ten user names and assign them to users 23-32. In case of
event, the relevant user name will be added to the message that will be reported via
the telephone.
Record user names for 23-32; the procedure is identical to the "HOUSE IDENTITY"
recording procedure described above.
Click
USER TERM #1
to navigate between user name numbers.
Here you can record user terms 1- 5 (for example, Living room, Library, etc.), and
assign them to specific zones. These names are useful if none of the 26 fixed zone
to return.
names are found suitable for a certain zone. When done, press
Record user terms 1-5; the procedure is identical to the "HOUSE IDENTITY"
recording procedure described above.
Click
to navigate between user term numbers.
3.8.3 Voice Box Mode∗
This mode allows you to determine whether two-way voice communication is to be sounded either via an
external speakerphone, via the control panel, or via both.
For the two-way voice communication procedure, follow the instructions below. Additional details and guidance
are provided in section 3.2.
INSTALLER MODE
06.CUSTOM NAMES
VOICE BOX MODE
Means
scroll
and
select
To select the option you wish, enter the VOICE BOX MODE
menu, select the option you wish to perform (see
guidance above), then refer to the table below which provides you with the options.
VOICE BOX MODE
Define whether two-way voice communication is to be sounded either via the external
speakerphone ("VOICE BOX ONLY"), via the control panel ("NO VOICE BOX"), or
via both ("VOICE BOX MIXED").
Option settings: NO VOICE BOX (default); VOICE BOX ONLY and VOICE BOX
MIXED
∗
Refers to PowerMaster-30 only
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3.9 Diagnostics
3.9.1 General Guidance – "Diagnostics" Flow-Chart & Menu Options
The DIAGNOSTICS menu enables you to test your system and to verify proper operation of your PowerMaster
panel, wireless devices attached to it and the communication (GSM/GPRS) modules.
IMPORTANT! Reliable reception must be assured during the initial testing and also throughout subsequent
system maintenance. A device should not be installed in location where signal strength is "poor". If you
get "poor" signal strength from a certain device, simply re-locate it and re-test until a "good" or "strong" signal
strength is received. This principle should be followed throughout the diagnostic test procedure.
The diagnostic test process is shown below.
The 07.DIAGNOSTICS
menu contains several sub-menu options, each covering a group of configurable
features and parameters related to the communication and reporting as follows (see detailed list in Step-3 of the
chart below):
Option
WL DEVICES
GSM/GPRS
Description of Option Features and Parameters
Section
Describes how to test the devices attached to the PowerMaster panel,
review devices' status and RF signal status. You can test all devices, test
single device, review devices status and review RF problems, in case of
any.
4.8.2
Describes how to test the GSM/GPRS communication module.
4.8.3
To enter the 07.DIAGNOSTICS
menu and to select and configure an option, proceed as follows:
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step
4
Select
[1]
Select Diagnostics
Sub-menu option
[2]
Select the diagnostics you want to perform
[3]
[4]
07. DIAGNOSTICS
See
section
INSTALLER MODE
07. DIAGNOSTICS
WL DEVICES
4.8.2
TEST ALL DEVICES
SHOW ALL DEVICES
SHOW RF PROBLEMS
TEST ONE DEVICE
Contact sensors
Motion sensors
Repeaters
GSM/GPRS
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– Configuring an option from the "Diagnostics" menu
To Select an Option:
[1]
Enter the Installer Menu and select the 07.DIAGNOSTICS
[2]
Select the sub-menu option you need, for example: WL DEVICES
[3]
Select the diagnostic function you wish to perform, for example: TEST ONE DEVICE
option (see section 4.2).
.
.
3.9.2 Testing Wireless Devices
The PowerMaster enable to test the wireless devices attached to the panel. You can test all devices, one device
at a time, display devices' status and review RF problems, in case of any.
07.DIAGNOSTICS
WL DEVICES
OPTION you wish
Means
scroll
and
select
To select the option you wish, enter the WL DEVICES
menu, select the option you wish to perform (see
guidance above and in section 4.8.1), then refer to the table below which provides you with detailed
explanations for each option.
Option
Instructions
TEST ALL DEVICES
Here you can test all devices automatically, one after the other.
While in TEST ALL DEVICES
, press
to initiate the test.
The devices are tested in the following order: wall-mounted devices, keyfobs and
handheld devices.
At the end of the test process, the panel will present the following:
SHOW ALL DEVICES
. Press
to view devices' status.
Note: Refer to SHOW ALL DEVICES
section for further information on device status.
Pressing any key during the testing process will open the following options:
1. Press
to jump to the next device group. For example, from wall-mounted
devices to keyfobs.
2. Press
to continue the testing process
3. Press
to exit the test process.
While in the handheld devices test process, indicated by the corresponding display,
for example, "TEST KEYFOBS 01", press any key of the selected handheld device to
initiate the test.
TEST ONE DEVICE
CONTACT SENSORS
Here you can select a specific device you wish to test (Contact Sensors, Motion
Sensors, Glassbreak Sensors, Smoke Sensors, CO Sensors, Gas Sensors, Flood
Sensors, Temperature Sensor, Keyfobs, Keypads, Sirens or Repeaters).
MOTION SENSORS
GLASSBREAKSENS.
Press
to enter the
TEST ONE DEVICE
sub menu and use
to enter the
< device family >
the device families. Press
example:
MOTION SENSORS
to scroll through
sub menu For
.
The following screens will appear:
Zxx:<device name>
< location >
Where Zxx indicates the device zone number.
If there is no device, the following screen will appear:
Press
NO EXISTING DEV.
.
to test the selected device. The following screen will appear:
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TESTING Zxx NNN
.
While in the handheld devices test process, indicated by the corresponding display,
for example, "TEST KEYFOBS 01", press any key of the selected handheld device to
initiate the test.
At the end of the test process, the panel will present the devices' status:
Zxx: 24hr: <status>*
Zxx: NOW: <status>*
Note: Refer to SHOW ALL DEVICES
SHOW ALL DEVICES
section for further information on device status.
Here you can view the devices status.
Note: This option is available only after testing process was done.
Press
to view the devices' status.
The following screens will appear: Zxx: 24hr: <status>*
Zxx: NOW: <status>*
* The signal strength indications are as follows: "STRONG"; GOOD"; "POOR"; "1WAY" (the device operates in 1-way mode, or, the "NOW" communication test failed);
"NO COM." (no communication); "NOT TST" (results are shown without any
performed test); "NOT NET" (device is preenrolled – not networked); "NONE" (keyfob
24Hr result); or "EARLY" (result of the last 24Hrs without statistics).
Use
SHOW RF PROBLEMS
to scroll between the device's families.
Here you view only the devices which have RF problems.
Note: This option is available only after testing process was done.
Press
to view the devices' status.
The following screens will appear: Zxx: 24hr: <status>*
Zxx: NOW: <status>*
* The signal strength indications are as follows"POOR"; "1-WAY" (the device
operates in 1-way mode, or, the "NOW" communication test failed); "NO COM." (no
communication); "NOT TST" (results are shown without any performed test); "NOT
NET" (device is preenrolled – not networked); "NONE" (keyfob 24Hr result); or
"EARLY" (result of the last 24Hrs without statistics).
Use
to scroll between the device's families.
3.9.3 Testing the GSM module
The PowerMaster enable to test the GSM module integrated inside the panel.
07.DIAGNOSTICS
GSM/GPRS
Means
scroll
To start the GSM diagnostic process, enter the GSM/GPRS
menu, and press
Upon test completion, the PowerMaster10 / PowerMaster-30 will present the test result.
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The following table presents the test result messages
Message
Description
Unit is OK
GSM / GPRS is functioning correctly
GSM comm. loss
The GSM/GPRS module does not communicate with the Panel
Pin code fail
Missing or wrong PIN code. (Only if SIM card PIN code is enabled.)
GSM net. fail
Unit failed with registration to local GSM network.
SIM card fail
SIM not installed or SIM card failure.
GSM not detected
GSM auto enroll failed to detect GSM/GPRS module.
No GPRS service
The SIM card does not have the GPRS service enabled.
GPRS conn. fail
Local GPRS network is not available or, wrong setting to GPRS APN, user and/or
password.
Srvr unavailable
IPMP Receiver cannot be reached – Check the Server IP
IP not defined
Server IP #1 and #2 are not configured.
APN not defined
APN is not configured.
SIM card locked
After entering a wrong PIN code 3 consecutive times the SIM is locked. To unlock it
enter a PUK number. The PUK number cannot be entered by the control panel.
Denied by server
The IPMP denies the connection request. Check that the Panel is registered to the
IPMP
3.10 User Settings
This USER SETTINGS menu provides you with a gateway to the user settings through the regular user
programming menu.
Refer to the User's Guide for detailed procedures.
Caution! If after having programmed the user codes the system does not recognize your installer code,
this indicates you must have programmed a user code that is identical with your installer code. If so,
access the user menu and change the code that is identical with your installer code. This will re-validate
your installer code
3.11 Factory Default
3.11.1 General Guidance – "Factory Default" Menu
The FACTORY DEFLT menu enables you to reset the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 parameters to the
factory default parameters. To obtain the relevant parameters defaults, contact the PowerMaster-10 /
PowerMaster-30 dealer.
3.11.2 Resetting Factory Default Parameters
To reset factory default parameters proceed as follows:
Step 1
Select "09:FACTORY
DEFLT" menu
Step 2
Step 3
[1]
Select "<OK> to
restore"
[2]
Enter Installer Code
[3]
Step 4
Resetting of factory
default parameters is
underway
Step 5
[4]
09:FACTORY DEFLT
<OK> to restore
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[1]
– Resetting Factory Defaults
[2]
When "<OK> to restore" appears, press
[3]
Enter the Installer Code.
Enter the Installer Menu and select the "09:FACTORY DEFLT" menu (see section 3.2).
.
Note: For PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 with 2 installer codes, INSTALLER code and MASTER
INSTALLER code, only the master installer code enables to perform the factory default function
[4]
This is a brief display after which all factory defaults are retrieved.
3.12 Serial Number
3.12.1 General Guidance – "Serial Number" Menu
The SERIAL NUMBER menu enables reading the system serial number and similar data for support purposes
only.
3.12.2 Reading the Serial Number
To read the system serial number and other relevant data proceed as follows:
Step 1
Select "10:SERIAL NUMBER"
menu
Step 2
[1]
The control panel displays the
system serial number
[2]
Step 3
10:SERIAL NUMBER
To Step 1
0907030000.
JS701950 K13.013
JS700421 v1.0.01 ∗
Panel ID: 100005
PYTHON:
[1]
– Reading the Serial Number
[2]
The control panel's first display is the system serial number. Upon each press of the
control panel will display the following information respectively:
Enter the Installer Menu and select the "10:SERIAL NUMBER" menu (see section 3.2).
•
Panel HW version: The version of the panel's hardware
•
Panel SW version: The version of the panel's software∗
•
The version of the LCD display
•
The version of the modem
button, the
3.13 Start UL/DL
3.13.1 General Guidance – "Start UL/DL" Menu
Note: This option is only used during the installation of panels monitored by compatible Monitoring Stations.
The "START UL/DL" menu enables the installer to initiate a call to the upload/download server. The server
uploads the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 configuration to its database and can download predefined
parameters to the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30.
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Refers to PowerMaster-30 only
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3.13.2 Performing Server Upload/Download
To perform server upload/download proceed as follows:
Step 1
Step 2
Select "11:START
UL/DL" menu
[1]
Select "PGM DEVICE
01"
[2]
Step 3
[
11:START UL/DL
COMMUNICATING
[1]
– Performing Server Upload/Download
[2]
After pressing the
To Step 1
Enter the Installer Menu and select the "11:START UL/DL" menu (see section 3.2).
button, one of the following messages will appear on the control panel display:
"COMMUNICATING" - If the UL/DL server telephone number was already defined (see section 3.6.4
"Configuring Events Reporting to Monitoring Stations"), the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 display will
read "COMMUNICATING" which is displayed during the dialing process.
"TEL# NOT DEFINED" - If the UL/DL server telephone number was not defined (see section 4.6.4
"Configuring Events Reporting to Monitoring Stations"), the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 display will
read "TEL# NOT DEFINED" which is displayed for approx. 30 sec. and is followed by a sad (failure) tune.
"DOWNLOADING" - If communication has been established between the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster30 control panel and the upload/download server, the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 display will read
"DOWNLOADING" which is displayed during the dialing process.
"DIAL ATTEMPT" - If communication has failed between the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 control
panel and the upload/download server, the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 display will read
"DIALATTEMPT FAIL" which is displayed for approx. 30 sec. and is followed by a sad (failure) tune.
"DOWNLOAD OK" - After the downloaded/uploaded process has been completed successfully, the
PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 display will read "DOWNLOAD OK" which is displayed for approx. 30
sec. and is followed by a happy (success) tune.
"DOWNLOAD FAILED" - If communication has been established between the PowerMaster-10 /
PowerMaster-30 control panel and the upload/download server but the downloaded/uploaded process has
failed, the PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 display will read "DOWNLOAD FAILED" which is displayed
for approx. 30 sec. and is followed by a sad (failure) tune.
3.14 Partitioning
3.14.1 General Guidance – "Partitioning" Menu∗
This mode allows you to enable/disable the partitioning feature in the PowerMaster-30 control panel. Partitioning
allows you to divide the system into a maximum of three independently controllable areas. A different user code is
assigned to each partition or one user code is assigned to all partitions in order to limit or control access to each
area. A partition can also be armed or disarmed regardless of the status of the other partitions within the system.
When the partition feature is disabled, zones, user codes and features will operate the same as in a regular
PowerMaster-30 unit. When partition is enabled, menu displays are changed to incorporate the partition feature.
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Refers to PowerMaster-30 only
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3.14.2 Enabling / Disabling Partitions
To enable or disable the partition feature proceed as follows:
Step 1
Select "12:PARTITIONING" menu
Step 2
[1]
Select whether to enable of disable
Partitioning
[2]
Step 3
To Step 1
Disable
12:PARTITIONING
[1]
– Enabling / disabling Partitions
[2]
Select between "Disable" (default) and "Enable".
Enter the Installer Menu and select the "12:PARTITIONING" menu (see section 3.2).
3.15 Exiting the Installer Mode
To exit the Installer Mode, proceed as follows:
Step 1
Step 2
[1]
Step 3
[2]
READY 12:00
<OK> TO EXIT
Any screen
[3]
or
[1]
– Exiting the Installer Mode
[2]
When the display reads [<OK> TO EXIT], press
[3]
The system exits the “INSTALLER MODE" menu and returns to the normal disarm state while showing the
READY display.
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To exit "INSTALLER MODE", move up the menu by pressing the
button repeatedly until the
display reads [<OK> TO EXIT] or preferably; press the
button once which brings you immediately
to the exit screen [<OK> TO EXIT].
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4.1 General Guidance
This mode provides you with the means to conduct a periodic test, via the PERIODIC TEST menu, at least once
a week and after an alarm event.
When you are instructed to perform "periodic test", walk throughout the site to check the detectors / sensors
(except for Sirens and Temperature Sensors). When a detector/sensor is triggered into alarm, its name, number
and the alarm reception level should be indicated (for example, "Bathroom", "Z19 strong") and the buzzer should
sound according to the alarm reception level (1 of 3). Each device should be tested according to the device
Installation Instructions.
To enter the PERIODIC TEST
Step 1
READY
menu and to conduct a periodic test, proceed as follows:
Step 2
[1]
Select the test you want to
perform [2]
PERIODIC TEST
SIRENS TEST
(enter installer /
master code)
TEMPERATURE TEST
TEST ALL DEVICES
TEST ONE DEVICE
– Entering the "Periodic Test" Menu
To Select an Option:
[1]
Enter the PERIODIC TEST
[2]
Select the test to perform, for example: TEMPERATURE TEST and then press
menu using your installer or master code.
.
4.2 Conducting a Periodic Test
The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 enables you to conduct the periodic test in four parts:
Siren Test: Each siren of the system is automatically activated for 3 seconds (outdoor sirens with low volume).
Temperature Sensor Test: When Temperature Sensors are enrolled in the system, the control panel displays
the temperature of each zone in Celsius or Fahrenheit.
Test all devices: All devices are tested.
Other Device Test: Each of the other devices in the system is activated by the installer and the display
indicates which devices were not yet tested. The "it's me" indication helps to identify the untested devices if
necessary. A counter also indicates the number of devices that remain untested.
READY
PERIODIC TEST
OPTION you wish
Means
scroll
and
select
To conduct a periodic test, make sure the system is disarmed and then enter the PERIODIC TEST
menu
using your installer code (8888 by default) or master installer code (9999 by default). Immediately after entering
the "Periodic Test" menu, all 4 LED's on the panel will momentarily light (LED test).
Option
Instructions
SIRENS TEST
Here you can test the sirens.
To initiate the siren test press
. The display now reads SIREN N
where "N" indicates the zone location assigned to the siren that is currently being
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First the panel siren sounds for 3 seconds after which the PowerMaster-10 /
PowerMaster-30 system will automatically repeat the procedure for the next siren
enrolled in the system until all sirens are tested. You should listen to the sirens
sounds and make sure that all sirens sound.
When all the sirens have been tested, the display reads SIREN TESTS END
or the
button to confirm the test.
the
TEMPERATURE TEST
. Press
Here the control panel reads the temperature of zone.
. The control
To display the temperature of zones on the control panel, press
panel reads the temperature of the each zone. The display alternates between the
temperature, the sensor number and the sensor location, as in the following example:
Z01 24.5°C
changes to Z01:Temp. Sensor
. Repeatedly click the
of each zone (by Temperature Sensor).
changes to
button to review the temperature
Guest room
When the temperature of all zones has been reviewed, the display reads
DEVICE TESTS END . Press the
or the
then move to the next step to test the other devices.
TEST ALL DEVICES
button to confirm the test and
Here you can test all devices in one procedure. [2]
While in TEST ALL DEVICES
, press
to initiate the test.
The control panel now reads NOT ACTIVE NNN
. "N" indicates the number of
enrolled devices in the control panel that have not been tested. This number
automatically drops one count for every tested device.
When the NOT ACTIVE NNN
screen appears, walk throughout the site to test the
detectors / sensors or press any key of the selected handheld device to initiate the
test.
After a device has been activated, the control panel reads "Zxx IS ACTIVATE" and
the "N" indicator drops one count.
Pressing
during the testing process will display details of each device that has
not yet been tested. The control panel reads the device number, followed by the
device type (for example, Contact Sensor, Motion Sensor or Keyfob) and followed by
the device location. At this stage, pressing any one of the following keys will open the
following options:
1. Press
2. Press
to view details of the next untested device. [3]
to exit the test process.
During testing, you can also check the signal strength indication of each device, (for
further details, refer to the device Installation Instructions).
After all devices have been tested, the control panel reads DEVICE TESTS END
TEST ONE DEVICE
CONTACT SENSORS
MOTION SENSORS
GLASSBREAKSENS.
.
Here you can select a specific device you wish to test (Contact Sensors, Motion
Sensors, Glassbreak Sensors, Smoke Sensors, CO Sensors, Gas Sensors, Flood
Sensors, Wired sensors, Keyfobs or Keypads).
Press
to enter the
TEST ONE DEVICE
the device families. Press
example:
to enter the
MOTION SENSORS
sub menu and use
< device family >
to scroll through
sub menu For
.
The following screens will appear:
Zxx:<device name>
< location >
Where Zxx indicates the device zone number.
If there is no device, the following screen will appear:
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to test the selected device. The following screen will appear:
Z01 ACTIVATE NOW
.
Walk throughout the site to test the detectors / sensors or press any key of the
selected handheld device to initiate the test.
During testing, you can also check the signal strength indication of each device, (for
further details, refer to the device Installation Instructions).
At the end of the test process, the panel will revert to:
[1]
[2]
[3]
TEST ONE DEVICE
.
– Periodic Test
If the panel's display reads SIREN P
being tested.
Not including Siren and Temperature Sensors
, this indicates that the control panel's siren is currently
After reviewing all untested devices the control panel will read "<OK> TO LEAVE". You can now do one of the
following: press
to abort the testing procedure; press
to continue the testing procedure; or press
to exit the testing procedure.
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5. MAINTENANCE
5.1 Handling System Troubles
Fault
What it means
Solution
1-WAY
The control panel cannot configure or
control the device.
Battery consumption increases.
i) Make sure the device is physically
present.
ii) Check the display for device faults, for
example, low battery.
iii) Use RF diagnostics to check the current
signal strength and during the last 24
hours.
iv) Open the device cover and replace the
battery or press the tamper switch.
v) Install the device in a different location.
vi) Replace the device.
NOT
NETWORKED
A device was not installed or not installed
correctly, or, cannot establish
communication with the control panel after
installation.
i) Make sure the device is physically
present.
ii) Use RF diagnostics to check the current
signal strength and during the last 24
hours.
iii) Open the device cover and replace the
battery or press the tamper switch.
iv) Enroll the device again.
MISSING
A device or detector has not reported for
some time to the control panel.
i) Make sure the device is physically
present.
ii) Check the display for device faults, for
example, low battery.
iii) Use RF diagnostics to check the current
signal strength and during the last 24
hours.
iv) Replace the battery.
v) Replace the device.
JAMMING
A radio-frequency signal which is blocking
communication channel of sensors and
control panel is detected.
Locate the source of interference by
switching off any wireless devices
(cordless telephones, wireless ear plugs,
etc.) in the house for 2 minutes then check
if trouble continues.
Use also RF diagnostics to check signal
strength.
LOW BATTERY
The battery in a sensor, keyfob or wireless
commander is near the end of its useful life.
i) For AC powered devices, check AC
power is available and connected to the
device.
ii) Replace the device battery.
CLEAN ME
The fire detector must be cleaned
Use a vacuum cleaner to clean the
detector air vents occasionally to keep
them free of dust.
GAS TROUBLE
Gas detector failure
Gas detector: Disconnect and then put
back the AC power supply connector
CO Gas detector: Replace the detector
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Fault
What it means
Solution
SIREN AC
FAILURE
There is no power to the siren
Make sure that the AC power supply is
connected properly
AC FAILURE
There is no power to gas sensor
Make sure that the AC power supply is
connected properly
GSM NET FAIL
The GSM communicator is not able to
connect to the cellular network.
i) Move the Panel and GSM unit to
another location.
ii) Enter and exit the installer menu
iii) Disconnect GSM unit and install it again
iv) Replace SIM card
v) Replace the GSM unit
RSSI LOW
The GSM communicator has detected that
GSM network signal is weak
Move the Panel and GSM unit to another
location.
AC SUPPLY
FAILURE
There is no power and the system is working
on backup battery power
Make sure that the AC power supply is
connected properly
COMM. FAILURE
A message could not be sent to the
monitoring station or to a private telephone
(or a message was sent but was not
acknowledged)
i) Check telephone cable connection
ii) Check that correct telephone number
has been dialed.
iii) Dial Monitoring Station to check
whether or not events are received.
CPU LOW
BATTERY
The backup battery within the control panel
is weak and must be replaced (see
Chapter 7 - Replacing Backup Battery).
i) Check for AC power is available in the
Panel.
ii) If trouble exists for more than 72 hours,
replace the battery pack
CPU TAMPER
The control panel was physically tampered
with or its cover was opened, or it was
removed from wall.
The control panel is not closed properly.
Open the control panel and then close it.
FUSE TROUBLE
The PGM fuse is burnt out or overloaded.
Make sure that the connection load
conforms to that specified in the
Specifications.
LINE FAILURE
There is a problem with the telephone line
i)
Lift the telephone receiver and make
sure a telephone line can be heard
ii) Check the telephone connection to the
control panel
5.2 Dismounting the Control Panel
A. Remove the screw that fastens the front unit to the back unit, see Figure 3.1 (PowerMaster-10) / 3.13
(PowerMaster-30).
B. Remove the 4 screws that fasten the back unit to the mounting surface - see Figure 3.1 (PowerMaster-10) /
3.13 (PowerMaster-30) - and remove the control panel.
5.3 Replacing the Backup Battery
Replacement and first-time insertion of battery pack is similar, see Figure 3.3 (PowerMaster-10) / 3.15
(PowerMaster-30).
With fresh battery pack, correct insertion and tightened battery compartment lid, the TROUBLE indicator should
extinguish. However, the “MEMORY” message will now blink in the display (caused by the “tamper” alarm you
triggered when opening the battery compartment lid). Clear it by arming the system and immediately disarming.
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5.4 Fuse Replacement
The PowerMaster-10 has an internal fuse (the PowerMaster-30 has two internal fuses) that has automatic reset.
Therefore, there is no need to replace the fuse(s).
When over current condition occurs, the fuse cuts off the circuit current. Upon fault current being removed for
several seconds, the fuse is automatically reset and allows current flow through the circuit again.
5.5 Replacing/Relocating Detectors
Whenever maintenance work involves replacement or re-location of detectors, always perform a full diagnostic
test according to section 3.9.
Remember! A "poor" signal is not acceptable, as stated at the end of the introduction to the test procedure.
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6 READING THE EVENT LOG
Events are stored in the event log. You can access this log and review the events, one by one. If the event log
fills up completely, the oldest event is deleted upon registration of each new event.
The date and time of occurrence are memorized for each event.
When reading the event log, events are shown in chronological order - from the newest to the oldest. Access to the
button and not through the installer’s menu. The reading and erasing
event log is provided by clicking the
process of the event log is shown below.
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
In normal operating
mode
[1]
Enter Installer Code
[2]
Reviewing Events
[3]
Scroll List of Events
[4]
ENTER CODE: READY 00:00
Z13 alarm
Step 5
Continue
SR2 TAMPER-ALARM
to Step
09/02/10 3:37 P
LIST OF EVENTS
6.
07/02/10 11:49 A
Step 6
Step 7
Step 8
Step 9
CLEAR EVENT LOG
display
[6]
Erase the Event Log
[7]
Event Log is erased
[8]
Returns to normal
operating mode
[9]
➯
CLEAR EVENT LOG
<OFF> to delete
<OK> TO EXIT
- Reading Events
[1]
While the system is in the normal operating mode, press the
READY 00:00
key.
Reading the Event Log
[2]
Enter the current Installer Code and then press
[3]
The latest event is shown.
to enter "LIST OF EVENTS".
The event is displayed in two parts, for example, "Z13 alarm" then "09/02/10 3:37 P".
[4]
Press
repeatedly to scroll through the list of events.
Erasing and Exiting the Event Log:
[6]
From anywhere within the event log, press the
[7]
At this stage in the procedure, clicking the
without erasing the event log. Clicking the
Press the
button and then press
.
or
buttons will take you to “<OK> TO EXIT”
button will revert to “CLEAR EVENT LOG”.
button to erase the event log.
[8]
The system erases the event log
[9]
Press
to revert to normal operating mode.
Clicking the
click. Clicking the
button repeatedly at any stage in the procedure takes you one level up with each
button will take you to “<OK> TO EXIT”.
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APPENDIX A. Specifications
A1. Functional
PowerMaster-10
PowerMaster-30
Zones Number
30 wireless zones (including 1 hardwired
input).
Up to 64 wireless zones, (including 2
hardwired inputs).
Hardwired Zone
Requirements
2.2 kΩ E.O.L. resistance (max. resistance
of wires 220 Ω).
2.2 kΩ E.O.L. resistance (max. resistance
of wires 220 Ω).
Installer and User
Codes
•
•
•
•
1 master installer (9999 by default)*
1 installer (8888 by default)*
1 master user, no. 1 (1111 by default)
•
•
•
•
1 master installer (9999 by default)*
1 installer (8888 by default)*
1 master user, no. 1 (1111 by default)
Users nos. 2 - 8
* Codes must not be identical
Users nos. 2 - 48
* Codes must not be identical
Control Facilities
- Integral keypad, wireless keyfobs and
keypads
- SMS commands via optional GSM/GPRS
module.
- Remote control by telephone.
Note: For SIA CP-01 compliance, when
using KF-234 PG2 an external siren must
also be used.
- Integral keypad, wireless keyfobs and
keypads
- SMS commands via optional GSM/GPRS
module.
- Remote control by telephone.
Display
Single line, backlit 16-large character LCD.
Single line, backlit 16-large character LCD.
Arming Modes
AWAY, HOME, AWAY-INSTANT, HOMEINSTANT, LATCHKEY, FORCED,
BYPASS.
AWAY, HOME, AWAY-INSTANT, HOMEINSTANT, LATCHKEY, FORCED,
BYPASS.
Alarm Types
Silent alarm, personal panic/emergency
alarm, burglary alarm, gas alarm, fire alarm
and flood alarm.
Silent alarm, personal panic/emergency
alarm, burglary alarm, gas alarm, fire alarm
and flood alarm.
Siren Signals
Continuous (intrusion / 24 hours / panic);
triple pulse – short pause - triple pulse...
(fire);
four pulses – long pause – four pulses...
(gas);
long pulse – long pause – long pulse...
(flood).
Continuous (intrusion / 24 hours / panic);
triple pulse – short pause - triple pulse...
(fire);
four pulses – long pause – four pulses...
(gas);
long pulse – long pause – long pulse...
(flood).
Siren (bell)
Timeout
Programmable (4 min. by default)
Programmable (4 min. by default)
Internal Sounder
Output
At least 85 dBA at 10 ft (3 m)
At least 85 dBA at 10 ft (3 m)
Supervision
Programmable time frame for inactivity
alert
Programmable time frame for inactivity
alert
Special
Functions
- Chime zones
- Diagnostic test and event log.
- Chime zones
- Diagnostic test and event log.
- Local and Remote Programming over
Telephone, GSM /GPRS connections.
- Local and Remote Programming over
Telephone, GSM /GPRS connections.
- Calling for help by using an emergency
transmitter.
- Calling for help by using an emergency
transmitter.
- Tracking inactivity of elderly, physically
- Tracking inactivity of elderly, physically
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handicapped and infirm people.
handicapped and infirm people.
- Message center (recording and playback)
- Two-way voice communication
Data Retrieval
Alarm memory, trouble, event log
Alarm memory, trouble, event log
Real Time Clock
(RTC)
The control panel keeps and displays time
and date. This feature is also used for the log
file by providing the date and time of each
event
The control panel keeps and displays time
and date. This feature is also used for the log
file by providing the date and time of each
event
Battery Test
Once every 10 seconds
Once every 10 seconds
A2. Wireless
PowerMaster-10
PowerMaster-30
RF Network
PowerG – 2-way synchronized Frequency
Hopping (TDMA / FHSS)
PowerG – 2-way synchronized Frequency
Hopping (TDMA / FHSS)
Frequency bands
(MHz)
433 – 434
868 - 869
912 - 919
433 – 434
868 - 869
912 - 919
Hopping
frequencies
8
4
50
8
4
50
Region
Worldwide
Europe
North
America
and
selected
countries
Worldwide
Europe
North
America
and
selected
countries
Encryption
AES-128
AES-128
PowerMaster-10
PowerMaster-30
External AC/AC
adaptor
Europe: 230VAC 50Hz input, 9VAC
700mA output.
USA: 120VAC 60Hz input, 9VAC 1000mA
output.
NA
External AC/DC
adaptor
-
External (wall-mounted) switching power
supply 100VAC to 240VAC, 50/60 Hz, 0.5A
/ 12.5 VDC, 1.6A
Internal AC/DC
Internal switching power supply:
Input: 100-240VAC, 0.12 A Max.
Output: 7.5VDC, 1.2A Max.
Internal switching power supply:
Input: 100-240VAC, 0.5A
Output: 12.5 VDC, 1.6A.
Current Drain
Approx. 70 mA standby, 1200 mA peak at
full load.
Approx. 40 mA standby, 1400 mA at full
load.
Backup Battery
Pack
4.8V 1300 mAh, rechargeable NiMH
battery pack, p/n GP130AAM4YMX,
manufactured by GP or equivalent
Caution! Risk of explosion if battery is
replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of
used batteries according to the
manufacturer's instructions.
Note: For compliance with UL standards
the battery backup period shall exceed 24
hours and 12 hours for compliance with CE
standards.
Backup Battery Options:
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A3. Electrical
Maximum external devices current
(1)
1300 mAh 1800 mAh
6 Battery
8-Battery
Pack (2)
Pack (3)
2200 mAh
8-Battery
Pack (4)
4h
210mA
300mA
380mA
8h
90mA
160 mA
200mA
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12h
45mA
90 mA
120 mA
24h
0mA
25 mA
45mA
36h
(no
backup)
5mA
15mA
48h
(no
backup)
(no backup) 0mA
1
Devices that are connected between
12V terminal and GND of
PowerMaster-30, that includes internal
GSM and proximity reader.
2 7.2V 1300 mAh, rechargeable NiMH
battery pack, p/n GP130AAH6BMX,
manufactured by GP.
3 9.6V 1800 mAh, rechargeable NiMH
battery pack, p/n GP180AAH8BMX,
manufactured by GP.
4 9.6V 2200 mAh, rechargeable NiMH
battery pack (special order).
Caution! Risk of explosion if battery is
replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of
used batteries according to the
manufacturer's instructions.
Note: For compliance with UL standards
the battery backup period shall exceed 24
hours and 12 hours for compliance with CE
standards.
Time to Charge
80 % (∼ 13 Hrs)
80 % (∼ 30 Hrs) for all battery types
Optional Backup
Battery Pack
4.8V 2200 mAh, rechargeable NiMH battery
pack, p/n GP230AAHC4YMX, manufactured
by GP
See "Backup Battery Options" table above
Time to Charge
(optional backup
battery pack)
80 % (∼ 24 Hrs)
NA
Wired Detectors
Total (Sum)
Current
NA
36* mA max.
Site External
Siren Current
(EXT)
NA
450* mA max @ 12.5 VDC when powered
by AC/DC (10.5 VDC when in standby
mode)
Site Internal Siren
Current (INT)
NA
450* mA max @ 12.5 VDC when powered
by AC/DC (10.5 VDC when in standby
mode)
*
Total PowerMaster-30 output current (of
INT & EXT sirens, PGM output and
detectors) cannot exceed 550 mA.
PGM
Current sink to control panel GND 100 mA
max.
Max. external DC voltage +30 VDC
Current sink to control panel GND 100 mA
max.
Max. external DC voltage +15 VDC
High Current /
Short Circuit
Protection
NA
All outputs are protected (automatic reset
fuse)
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PowerMaster-10
PowerMaster-30
Communication
PSTN; GSM; GPRS; IP (for future use)
PSTN; GSM; GPRS; IP (for future use)
Built-in Modem
300 baud, Bell 103 protocol
300 baud, Bell 103 protocol
Data Transfer to
Local Computer
Via RS232 serial port
Via RS232 serial port
Report
Destinations
2 Monitoring Stations, 4 private telephones
2 Monitoring Stations, 4 private telephones
Reporting Format
Options
SIA, Contact ID, Scancom, SIA IP, Visonic
PowerNet.
SIA, Contact ID, Scancom, SIA IP, Visonic
PowerNet.
Pulse Rate
10, 20, 33 and 40 pps - programmable
10, 20, 33 and 40 pps - programmable
Message to
Private Phones
Tone
Tone or voice
Ring Detection
The unit does not support ring detection
without DC voltage present on the
telephone lines.
The unit does not support ring detection
without DC voltage present on the
telephone lines
A5. Physical Properties
PowerMaster-10
PowerMaster-30
Operating Temp.
Range
14°F to 120°F (-10°C to 49°C)
14°F to 120°F (-10°C to 49°C)
Storage Temp.
Range
-4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C)
-4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C)
Humidity
85% relative humidity, @ 30°C (86°F)
85% relative humidity, @ 30°C (86°F)
Size
196 x 180 x 55 mm (7-5/8 x 7 x 2 in.)
266 x 206 x 63 mm (10-7/16 x 8-18 x 2-1/2
in.)
Weight
658g (23 Oz) (with battery)
1.44Kg (3.2 pounds) (with battery)
Color
White
White
A6. Peripherals and Accessory Devices
PowerMaster-10
PowerMaster-30
Modules
GSM/GPRS, IP (future use)
GSM/GPRS, IP (future use)
Additional
wireless devices
30 detectors, 8 keyfobs, 8 keypads, 2
sirens, 4 repeaters, 8 proximity tags
64 detectors, 32 keyfobs, 32 keypads, 8
sirens, 4 repeaters , 32 proximity tags
Wireless Devices
and peripherals
(*):
Magnetic Contact: MC-302 PG2
Motion Detectors: Next PG2; Next K9
PG2
PIR Camera Detectors: Next CAM PG2;
Next CAM-k9 PG2
Smoke Detector: SMD-426 PG2/ SMD427 PG2
GSM Module: GSM-350 PG2
Keyfob: KF-234 PG2
Keypad: KP-140 PG2/KP-141 PG2 (with
proximity tag)
Indoor Siren: SR-720 PG2
Outdoor Siren: SR-730 PG2
Repeater: RP-600 PG2
Magnetic Contact: MC-302 PG2
Motion Detectors: Next PG2; Next K9
PG2
PIR Camera Detectors: Next CAM PG2;
Next CAM-k9 PG2
Smoke Detector: SMD-426 PG2/ SMD427 PG2
GSM Module: GSM-350 PG2
Keyfob: KF-234 PG2
Keypad: KP-140 PG2/KP-141 PG2 (with
proximity tag)
Indoor Siren: SR-720 PG2
Outdoor Siren: SR-730 PG2
Repeater: RP-600 PG2
(*) Visonic is
currently
developing many
more devices and
peripherals that
will be available
during 2011.
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APPENDIX B. Detailed Installer Menu Map
Entering the "Installer Mode" and Selecting a Menu Option
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Select "INSTALLER MODE"
Option
Enter
Installer Code
Select "Installer Menu" Option
See Section 3.2
READY 00:00
ENTER CODE:
See
section
3.3
08:USER SETTINGS
3.10
09:FACTORY DEFLT
3.11
3.5
10:SERIAL NUMBER
3.12
11:START UL/DL
12:PARTITIONING
3.13
<OK> TO EXIT
3.15
03:CONTROL PANEL
INSTALLER MODE
02:ZONES/DEVICES 3.4
01:INSTALL CODES
See
section
04:COMMUNICATION 3.6
05:OUTPUTS
3.7
06:CUSTOM NAMES
3.8
07:DIAGNOSTICS
3.9
3.14
Installer Menu Flow-Chart
Step 3
Step 4
Select "Installer Menu" Option
Select the Option you Wish to Configure
01.INSTALL CODES
02.ZONES/DEVICES
NEW MASTER.CODE
NEW INST. CODE
ADD NEW DEVICES
DELETE DEVICES
See
section
See
section
See
section
3.3
3.3
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.4
MODIFY DEVICES
3.4.5
REPLACE DEVICES
3.4.6
DEFINE DEFAULTS
03.CONTROL PANEL
Arming &
Disarming
3.5.2
3.5.4
User
Interface
01:ENTRY DELAY1
31:PANIC ALARM
51:PIEZO BEEPS
02:ENTRY DELAY2
32:DURESS ALARM
52:TROUBLE BEEPS
03:EXIT DELAY
33:INACTIVE ALRT
53:MEMORY PROMPT
04:EXIT MODE
34:TAMPER ALARM
54:LOW-BAT ACK
05:QUICK ARM
35:AC FAIL REPRT
55:BACK LIGHT
06:BYPASS ARM
36:CONFIRM ALARM
56:SCREEN SAVER
07:LATCHKEY ARM
37:ABORT TIME
08:DISARM OPTION
38:CANCEL ALARM
3.5.3
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Alarms &
Troubles
39:ALARM RESET
Jamming &
Supervision
3.5.6
3.5.7
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Behavior
Sirens
21:SWINGER STOP
43:PANEL SIREN
22:CROSS ZONING
44:SIREN TIME
3.5.5
61:JAM DETECT
62:MISSING REPRT
63:NOT READY
64:MISS/JAM ALRM
3.5.8
45:STROBE TIME
Miscellaneous
46:SIREN ON LINE
91:USER PERMIT
92:BATTERY TYPE
04.COMMUNICATION
1:PSTN TEL LINE
AREA CODE SKIP
LINE PREFIX
3.6.2
DIAL METHOD
3.6.3
2:GSM/GPRS/SMS
GPRS REPORT
GSM REPORT
GPRS PASSWORD
SMS REPORT
NETWORK ROAMING
GPRS APN
GPRS ALWAYS ON
GPRS USERNAME
GSM KEEP ALIVE
3:C.S.REPORTING
01:REPORT EVENTS
() These options are
available only to the
"Master Installer"
3.6.4
SIM PIN CODE
46:PSTN RETRIES
02:1st RPRT CHAN
47:GSM RETRIES
03:2nd RPRT CHAN
51:TEL AUTO TEST
04:3rd RPRT CHAN
52:AUTO-TST TIME
05:DUAL REPORT
53:COM.FAIL RPRT
11:RCVR1 ACCOUNT
PSTN FAIL
12:RCVR2 ACCOUNT
GSM/GPRS FAIL
16:PSTN/GSM RCV1
17:PSTN/GSM RCV2
62:RECENT CLOSE
21:IP RCVR 1
63:ZONE RESTORE
22:IP RCVR 2
64:SYST.INACTIVE
26:SMS RCVR 1
65:TWO WAY VOICE
27:SMS RCVR 2
41:PSTN FORMAT
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4:PRIVATE REPORT
VOICE REPORT
3.6.5
SMS REPORT
REPORTED EVENTS
REPORTED EVENTS
1st private tel#
1st SMS tel #
2nd private tel#
2nd SMS tel #
3rd private tel#
3rd SMS tel #
4th private tel#
4th SMS tel #
3.6.5
Redial attempts
Voice<-->private
Tel.acknowledge
5:MOTION CAMERAS
IMAGE FORWARD
3.6.6
VIEW ON DEMAND
1st e-mail
VIEW TIME WINDOW
2nd e-mail
VIEW OTHER ALARM
3.6.6
3rd e-mail
4th e-mail
1st MMS tel #
2nd MMS tel #
3rd MMS tel #
4th MMS tel #
6:UP/DOWNLOAD
PSTN UP/DOWNLOAD 3.6.7
GPRS UP/DOWNLOAD
Remote access
Panel SIM Tel.#
Mast. UL/DL code
1st caller ID#
Inst. UL/DL code
2nd caller ID#
3.6.7
UL/DL Modes
Up/Download tel#
05.OUTPUTS
PGM DEVICES
PGM: BY ARM AWAY
PGM: BY ARM HOME
PGM DEVICE 01
PGM: BY DISARM
LOCKOUT TIME
3.7
RECORD SPEECH
3.8
PGM: BY MEMORY
PGM: BY DELAY
PGM: BY KEYFOB
PGM: BY SENSOR
PGM:BY LINE FAIL
PGM: PULSE TIME
06.CUSTOM NAMES
CUST. ZONES NAME
EDIT USER TERM 1
EDIT USER TERM 2
3.8
VOICE BOX MODE
EDIT USER TERM 3
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EDIT USER TERM 4
EDIT USER TERM 5
3.9
07.DIAGNOSTICS
WL DEVICES
GSM / GPRS
08.USER SETTINGS
USER CODES
C.4
DATE & FORMAT
C.8
PRIVATE REPORT
C.11
PROXIMITY TAGS
C.5
AUTO-ARM ENABLE
C.9
SQUAWK
C.12
KEYFOBS
C.6
AUTO-ARM TIME
C.10
SCHEDULER
C.13
TIME & FORMAT
C.7
See User's Guide – Chapter 6 corresponding Sections C.4 to C.13
09.FACTORY DEFLT
3.11
10.SERIAL NUMBER
3.12
11.START UL/DL
3.13
12.PARTITIONING
3.14
<OK> TO EXIT
3.15
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APPENDIX C. Working with Partitions∗
Your PowerMaster-30 system is equipped with an integrated partitioning feature that can divide your alarm system
into three distinct areas identified as Partition 1 through 3. Partitioning can be used in installations where shared
security systems are more practical, such as a home office or warehouse building. When partitioned, each zone,
each user code and many of your system's features can be assigned to Partition 1 to 3.
Note: When Partition Mode is disabled, all zones, user codes, and features of the PowerMaster-30 will operate as
in a regular unit. When partition mode is enabled, all zones, user codes, and features of the PowerMaster-30 are
automatically assigned to Partition 1.
C1. User Interface and Operation
Refer to the PowerMaster-30 User's Guide Appendix A PARTITIONING for a detailed description of the user
interface (Arming/Disarming, siren behavior, show function, keyfobs and keypads operation, etc.), in Partition
Mode.
C2. Common Areas
Common areas are areas used as walkthrough zones to areas of 2 or more partitions. There may be more than
one common area in an installation depending on the layout of the property. A common area is not the same as
a partition; it cannot be armed / disarmed directly. Common areas are created when you assign a zone or zones
to 2 or 3 partitions. Table A1 summarizes the behavior of the different zone types in a common area.
Table A1 – Common Area Definitions
Common area zone
types
Definition
Perimeter
• Acts as defined only after the last assigned partition is armed AWAY or HOME.
• In case that one of the partitions is disarmed, an alarm initiated from this zone is
ignored for all assigned partitions.
Delay zones
• Delay zones will not trigger an entry delay unless all assigned partitions are armed. It
is, therefore, not recommended to define delay zones as common areas.
Perimeter follower
• Act as defined only after the last assigned partition is armed AWAY or HOME.
• In case that one of the partitions is disarmed, an alarm initiated from this zone is
ignored for all assigned partitions.
• In case that one of the common area assigned partitions is in a delay state (and
the other partitions are armed), the alarm will behave as a perimeter follower for
this partition only. The event will be ignored for other assigned armed partitions.
Interior
• Acts as defined only after the last assigned partition is armed AWAY.
• In case that one of the partitions is disarmed or armed HOME, an alarm initiated
from this zone is ignored for all assigned partitions.
Interior follower
• Acts as defined only after the last assigned partition is armed AWAY.
• In case that one of the partitions is disarmed or armed HOME, an alarm initiated
from this zone is ignored for all assigned partitions.
• In case that one of the common area assigned partitions is in a delay state (and
the other partitions are armed), the alarm will behave as an interior follower for
this partition only. The event will be ignored for other assigned armed partitions.
Home / Delay
• Acts as a Perimeter-Follower type when all assigned partitions are armed AWAY.
• Acts as a Delay type when at least one of the assigned partitions is armed HOME.
• Will be ignored when at least one of the assigned partitions is disarmed.
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Refers to PowerMaster-30 only
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Common area zone
types
Emergency
Fire
Flood
Gas
Temperature
24-hour silent
24-hour audible
Non-alarm
Definition
• Always armed.
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APPENDIX D. Detector Deployment & Transmitter
Assignments
D1. Detector Deployment Plan
Zone
No.
Zone Type
Sensor Location or Transmitter Assignment
(in non-alarm or emergency zones)
Chime
(Yes / No)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
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No.
Zone Type
Sensor Location or Transmitter Assignment
(in non-alarm or emergency zones)
Chime
(Yes / No)
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
Zone Types: 1 = Exit / Entry 1 2 = Exit / Entry 2 3 = Home Delay 4 = Interior Follower 5 = Interior 6 = Perimeter 7 = Perimeter Follower 8 = 24hr Silent 9 = 24hr Audible 10 = Emergency 11 =
Arming Key 12 = Non-Alarm 17 = Guard Key box.
Zone Locations: Note down the intended location for each detector. When programming, you may select one of
26 available locations (plus 5 custom locations that you can add – see "02:ZONES/DEVICES" menu).
Note: There is only 1 hardwired zone in PowerMaster-10 and 2 hardwired zones in PowerMaster-30.
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D2. Keyfob Transmitter List
Transmitter Data
No.
Type
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
AUX button Assignments
Skip exit delay or Arming “instant”
Indicate the desired function (if any)
Holder
Skip exit delay Arming “instant” D3. Emergency Transmitter List
Tx #
Transmitter Type
Enrolled to Zone
Name of holder
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
D4. Non-Alarm Transmitter List
Tx #
Transmitter
Type
Enrolled to Zone
Name of holder
Assignment
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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APPENDIX E. Event Codes
E1. Contact ID Event Codes
Code
101
110
114
120
121
122
123
131
132
134
137
139
151
152
154
158
159
180
301
302
311
313
321
Definition
Emergency
Fire
Heat
Panic
Duress
Silent
Audible
Perimeter
Interior
Entry/Exit
Tamper/CP
Burglary verified
Gas alarm
Freezer alert
Flood alarm
High temperature
Low temperature
Gas trouble
AC loss
Low system battery
Battery disconnect
Engineer reset
Bell
Code
344
350
351
373
380
381
383
384
393
401
403
406
408
426
441
454
455
456
459
570
602
607
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RF receiver jam detect
Communication trouble
Telco fault
Fire detector trouble
Sensor trouble
Inactive event
Sensor tamper
RF low battery
Fire detector clean me
O/C by user
Auto arm
Cancel
Quick arm
Door open event
Armed home
Fail to close
Fail to arm
Partial arm
Recent close event
Bypass
Periodic test report
Walk test mode
Senior watch trouble
99
E2. SIA Event Codes
Code
AR
AT
BA
BB
BC
BR
BT
BV
BZ
CF
CG
CI
CL
CP
CR
EA
FA
FT
FJ
FR
GA
GR
GT
GJ
HA
KA
KH
KT
KJ
Definition
AC Restore
AC Trouble
Burglary Alarm
Burglary Bypass
Burglary Cancel
Burglary Restore
Burglary Trouble / Jamming
Burglary Verified
Inactive event
Forced Closing
Armed home
Fail to Close
Armed Away
Auto Arm
Recent Close
Door Open
Fire Alarm
Fire Detector Clean
Fire detector trouble
Fire Restore
Gas alarm
Gas alarm restore
Gas trouble
Gas trouble restore
Holdup Alarm (duress)
Heat alarm
Heat alarm restore
Heat trouble
Heat trouble restore
Code
LR
LT
OP
OT
PA
PR
QA
RN
RP
RX
RY
TA
TR
UJ
YM
UT
WA
WR
XR
XT
YR
YT
YX
ZA
ZH
ZJ
ZR
ZT
Definition
Phone Line Restore
Phone Line Trouble
Opening Report
Fail to Arm
Panic Alarm
Panic Restore
Emergency Alarm
Engineer Reset
Automatic Test
Manual Test
Exit from Manual Test
Tamper Alarm
Tamper Restore
Detector mask restore
System battery disconnect
Detector mask
Flood alarm
Flood alarm restore
Sensor Battery Restore
Sensor Battery Trouble
System Battery Restore
System Battery Trouble / Disconnection
Service Required
Freeze alarm
Freeze alarm restore
Freeze trouble restore
Freeze restore
Freeze trouble
E3. Understanding the Scancom Reporting Protocol Data Format
The SCANCOM data format consists
of 13 decimal digits divided into 4
groups, from left to right, as shown at
the right side.
Each channel is associated with a
specific event as follows:
1st "C": Fire
2nd "C": Personal attack
3rd "C": Intruder
4th "C": Open/close
5th "C": Alarm cancel
6th "C": Emergency
7th "C": Second alarm
8th "C": Trouble messages
100
Account
Code
Channels
1-4
Channels
5-8
aaaa
cccc
cccc
S
System Status:
no trouble, test,
low battery
-------The digit in this position
conveys the status of
channel 1
The digit in this position
conveys the status of
channel 8
Scancom Data Format
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APPENDIX F. Glossary
This list of terms is arranged in alphabetical order. Any term indicated by cursive (italic) letters within the
explanatory text can be looked up separately.
Abort Period: When an alarm is initiated, the internal sounder is activated first for a limited period of time which
is the abort period set by the installer. If you cause an alarm accidentally, you can disarm the system within the
abort period before the real sirens start and before the alarm is reported to the remote responders.
Alarm: There are 2 kinds of alarms:
Loud alarm - both internal and external sirens blare out constantly and the control panel reports the event by
telephone.
Silent alarm - the sirens remain silent, but the control panel reports the event by telephone.
A state of alarm is caused by:
• Motion detected by a motion detector
• Change of state detected by a magnetic contact detector - a closed window or door is opened
• Detection of smoke by a smoke detector
• Tampering with any one of the detectors
• Pressing the two emergency buttons simultaneously (panic).
Arming: Arming the alarm system is an action that prepares it to sound an alarm if a zone is “violated” by
motion or by opening a door or window, as the case may be. The control panel may be armed in various modes
(see AWAY, HOME, INSTANT and LATCHKEY).
Assigned: Refers to zones.
Associated: Refers to devices.
AWAY: This type of arming is used when the protected site is vacated entirely. All zones, interior and perimeter
alike, are protected.
Chime Zones: Allow you to keep track of activity in the protected area while the alarm system is in the disarmed
state. Whenever a chime zone is "opened", the buzzer beeps twice. The buzzer does not beep, however, upon
closing the zone (return to normal). Residences can use this feature to annunciate visitors or look after children.
Businesses can use it to signal when customers enter the premises or when personnel enter restricted areas.
Note: Your installer will never designate a 24-hour zone or a fire zone as a chime zone, because both zone
types actuate an alarm if disturbed while the system is in the disarmed state.
Although one zone or more are designated as chime zones, you can still enable or disable the chime function.
Communicators: Refers to communication channel, for example, GSM.
Control Panel: The control panel is a cabinet that incorporates the electronic circuitry and microprocessor that
control the alarm system. It collects information from various sensors, processes it and responds in various
ways. It also includes the user-interface - control keys, numerical keypad, display, sounder and loudspeaker.
Default Settings: Settings that are applicable to a specific device group.
Detector: The device (apparatus) that sends an alarm, that communicates with the control panel (for example,
Tower 20 AM is a motion detector, MCT-425 is a smoke detector)
Disarming: The opposite of arming - an action that restores the control panel to the normal standby state. In
this state, only fire and 24-hour zones will sound an alarm if violated, but a “panic alarm” may also be initiated.
Disturbed Zone: A zone in a state of alarm (this may be caused by an open window or door or by motion in the
field of view of a motion detector). A disturbed zone is considered “not secured”.
Forced Arming: When any one of the system zones is disturbed (open), the alarm system cannot be armed.
One way to solve this problem is to find and eliminate the cause for zone disturbance (closing doors and
windows). Another way to deal with this is to impose forced arming - automatic de-activation of zones that are
still disturbed upon termination of the exit delay. Bypassed zones will not be protected throughout the arming
period. Even if restored to normal (closed), bypassed zones will remain unprotected until the system is
disarmed.
Permission to “force arm” is given or denied by the installer while programming the system.
HOME: This type of arming is used when people are present within the protected site. A classic example is
night-time at home, when the family is about to retire to bed. With HOME arming, perimeter zones are protected
but interior zones are not. Consequently, motion within interior zones will be ignored by the control panel, but
disturbance of a perimeter zone will cause an alarm.
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Instant: You can arm the system AWAY-INSTANT or HOME-INSTANT, thereby canceling the entry delay for all
delay zones for the duration of one arming period.
For example, you may arm the control panel in the HOME-INSTANT mode and remain within the protected
area. Only perimeter protection is active, and if you do not expect somebody to drop in while the system is
armed, alarm upon entry via the main door is an advantage.
To disarm the system without causing an alarm, use your control keypad (which is normally accessible without
disturbing a perimeter zone) or use a keyfob transmitter.
Latchkey: The Latchkey mode is a special arming mode in which designated "latchkey users" will trigger a
"latchkey message" to be sent to a telephone or a pager when they disarm the system.
For example, if a parent wants to be sure that their child has returned from school and disarmed the system.
Latchkey arming is only possible when the system is armed in the AWAY mode.
Location: Assigning a named location to a device (for example, Garage, Front Door etc.)
Magnetic Contact Detector, Wireless: A Magnet- controlled switch and a wireless PowerG transmitter in a shared
housing. The detector is mounted on doors and windows to detect changes in state (from closed to open and vice
versa). Upon sensing that a door or window is open, the detector transmits its unique identification code accompanied
by an “alarm” signal and various other status signals to the control panel.
The control panel, if not armed at that time, will consider the alarm system as “not ready for arming” until it receives a
“restored” signal from the same detector.
Motion Detector, Wireless: A passive Infrared motion sensor and a wireless PowerG transmitter in a shared
housing. Upon sensing motion, the detector transmits its unique identification code, accompanied by an alarm
signal and various other status signals to the control panel. After transmission, it stands by to sense further motion.
Non-Alarm Zone: Your installer can designate a zone for roles other than alarm. For instance, a motion
detector installed in a dark stairway may be used to switch on lights automatically when someone crosses the
dark area. Another example is a miniature wireless transmitter linked to a zone that controls a gate opening
mechanism.
Quick Arming: Arming without a user code. The control panel does not request your user code when you press
one of the arming buttons. Permission to use this arming method is given or denied by the installer while
programming the system.
Remote Responder: A responder can be either a professional service provider to which the home or business
owner subscribes (a Monitoring Station) or a family relation/friend who agrees to look after the protected site during
absence of its occupants. The control panel reports events by telephone to both kinds of responders.
Restore: When a detector reverts from the state of alarm to the normal standby state, it is said to have been
“restored”.
A motion detector restores automatically after detection of movement, and becomes ready to detect again. This
kind of “restore” is not reported to the remote responders.
A magnetic contact detector restores only upon closure of the protected door or window. This kind of “restore” is
reported to the remote responders.
Sensor: The sensing element: pyroelectric sensor, photo-diode, microphone, smoke optical sensor etc.
Signal Strength: The quality link communication between the system components and the control panel.
Smoke Detector, Wireless: A regular smoke detector and a wireless PowerG transmitter in a shared housing. Upon
detection of smoke, the detector transmits its unique identification code accompanied by an alarm signal and various
status signals to the control panel. Since the smoke detector is linked to a special fire zone, a fire alarm is initiated.
State: AWAY, HOME, AWAY-INSTANT, HOME-INSTANT, LATCHKEY, FORCED, BYPASS.
Status: AC fail, low battery, trouble, etc
User Codes: The PowerMaster-10 / PowerMaster-30 is designed to obey your commands, provided that they are
preceded by a valid security access code.
Unauthorized people do not know this code, so any attempt on their part to disarm or defeat the system is
bound to fail. Some operations, however, can be carried out without a user code as they do not degrade the
security level of the alarm system.
Zone: A zone is an area within the protected site under supervision of a specific detector. During programming, the
installer allows the control panel to learn the detector’s identity code and links it to the desired zone. Since the zone is
distinguished by number and name, the control panel can report the zone status to the user and register in its memory
all the events reported by the zone detector. Instant and delay zones are “on watch” only when the control panel is
armed, and other (24-hour) zones are “on watch” regardless of whether the system is armed or not.
Zone Type: The zone type determines how the system handles alarms and other signals sent from the device.
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APPENDIX G. Default and Programmed Zone Definitions
Zone
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Zone Type
Default
Delay 1
Delay 1
Delay 2
Perimeter
Perimeter
Interior
Interior
Perimeter
Perimeter
Perimeter
Interior
Interior
Perimeter
Perimeter
Interior
Perimeter
Perimeter
Perimeter
Perimeter
24 h /
audible
24 h /
audible
Emergency
Emergency
24 h / silent
24 h / silent
24 h /
audible
24 h /
audible
non-alarm
non-alarm
non-alarm
Programmed
Location
Default
Front Door
Garage
Garage Door
Back Door
Child Room
Office
Dining Room
Dining Room
Kitchen
Living Room
Living Room
Bedroom
Bedroom
Guest Room
Master Bedroom
Master Bedroom
Laundry Room
Master Bathroom
Basement
Fire
Programmed
Chime (melody
Location or Off) (*)
Fire
Emergency
Emergency
Basement
Office
Attic
Den
Yard
Hall
Utility room
* Note: All zones are CHIME OFF by default. Enter your own choice in the last column and program
accordingly.
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Industry Canada Declaration
This product meets the applicable Industry Canada technical specifications/Le présent materiel est conforme aux specifications
techniques appliables d’Industrie Canada.
The Ringer Equivalence Number is an indication of the maximum number of devices allowed to be connected to a telephone
interface. The termination on an interface may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the
sum of the RENs of all the devices does not exceed five/L’indice d’équivalence de la sonnerie (IES) sert à indiquer le nombre
maximal de terminaux qui peuvent être raccordés à une interface téléphonique. La terminaison d’une interface peut consister
en une combinaison quelconque de dispositifs, à la seule condition que la somme d’indices d’équivalence de la sonnerie de
tous les dispositifs n’excède pas 5.
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this terminal equipment is 0.3B.
This device complies with FCC Rules Part 15 and with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject
to two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference that
may be received or that may cause undesired operation.
This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in residential
installations. This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio and television reception.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this device does cause such
interference, which can be verified by turning the device off and on, the user is encouraged to eliminate the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
– Re-orient or re-locate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the distance between the device and the receiver.
– Connect the device to an outlet on a circuit different from the one that supplies power to the receiver.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician.
WARNING! Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
WARRANTY
Visonic Limited (the “Manufacturer") warrants this product only (the "Product") to the original
purchaser only (the “Purchaser”) against defective workmanship and materials under normal
use of the Product for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of shipment by the
Manufacturer.
This Warranty is absolutely conditional upon the Product having been properly installed,
maintained and operated under conditions of normal use in accordance with the
Manufacturers recommended installation and operation instructions. Products which have
become defective for any other reason, according to the Manufacturers discretion, such as
improper installation, failure to follow recommended installation and operational instructions,
neglect, willful damage, misuse or vandalism, accidental damage, alteration or tampering, or
repair by anyone other than the manufacturer, are not covered by this Warranty.
The Manufacturer does not represent that this Product may not be compromised and/or
circumvented or that the Product will prevent any death and/or personal injury and/or damage
to property resulting from burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise, or that the Product will in all
cases provide adequate warning or protection. The Product, properly installed and
maintained, only reduces the risk of such events without warning and it is not a guarantee or
insurance that such events will not occur.
THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES,
OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES, WHETHER WRITTEN, ORAL, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, OR OTHERWISE. IN NO CASE SHALL THE MANUFACTURER BE LIABLE TO
ANYONE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS
WARRANTY OR ANY OTHER WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER, AS AFORESAID.
THE MANUFACTURER SHALL IN NO EVENT BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES OR FOR LOSS, DAMAGE, OR
EXPENSE, INCLUDING LOSS OF USE, PROFITS, REVENUE, OR GOODWILL, DIRECTLY OR
INDIRECTLY ARISING FROM PURCHASER’S USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT,
OR FOR LOSS OR DESTRUCTION OF OTHER PROPERTY OR FROM ANY OTHER CAUSE,
EVEN IF MANUFACTURER HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
THE MANUFACTURER SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR ANY DEATH, PERSONAL
AND/OR BODILY INJURY AND/OR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY OR OTHER LOSS
WHETHER DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHERWISE,
BASED ON A CLAIM THAT THE PRODUCT FAILED TO FUNCTION.
However, if the Manufacturer is held liable, whether directly or indirectly, for any loss or
damage arising under this limited warranty, THE MANUFACTURER'S MAXIMUM
LIABILITY (IF ANY) SHALL NOT IN ANY CASE EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF
THE PRODUCT, which shall be fixed as liquidated damages and not as a penalty, and shall
be the complete and exclusive remedy against the Manufacturer.
When accepting the delivery of the Product, the Purchaser agrees to the said conditions of
sale and warranty and he recognizes having been informed of.
Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so these limitations may not apply under certain circumstances.
The Manufacturer shall be under no liability whatsoever arising out of the corruption and/or
malfunctioning of any telecommunication or electronic equipment or any programs.
The Manufacturers obligations under this Warranty are limited solely to repair and/or replace
at the Manufacturer’s discretion any Product or part thereof that may prove defective. Any
repair and/or replacement shall not extend the original Warranty period. The Manufacturer
shall not be responsible for dismantling and/or reinstallation costs. To exercise this
Warranty the Product must be returned to the Manufacturer freight pre-paid and insured. All
freight and insurance costs are the responsibility of the Purchaser and are not included in
this Warranty.
This warranty shall not be modified, varied or extended, and the Manufacturer does not
authorize any person to act on its behalf in the modification, variation or extension of this
warranty. This warranty shall apply to the Product only. All products, accessories or
attachments of others used in conjunction with the Product, including batteries, shall be
covered solely by their own warranty, if any. The Manufacturer shall not be liable for any
damage or loss whatsoever, whether directly, indirectly, incidentally, consequentially or
otherwise, caused by the malfunction of the Product due to products, accessories, or
attachments of others, including batteries, used in conjunction with the Products. This
Warranty is exclusive to the original Purchaser and is not assignable.
This Warranty is in addition to and does not affect your legal rights. Any provision in this
warranty which is contrary to the Law in the state or country were the Product is supplied
shall not apply.
Warning: The user must follow the Manufacturer’s installation and operational instructions
including testing the Product and its whole system at least once a week and to take all
necessary precautions for his/her safety and the protection of his/her property.
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The technical documentation as required by the European Conformity Assessment procedure is kept at:
UNIT 6 MADINGLEY COURT CHIPPENHAM DRIVE KINGSTON MILTON KEYNES MK10 0BZ. Telephone number: 0870 7300800,
Fax number: 0870 7300801
VISONIC LTD. (ISRAEL):
VISONIC INC. (U.S.A.):
VISONIC LTD. (UK):
VISONIC GMBH (D):
VISONIC IBERICA:
INTERNET:
VISONIC LTD. 2011
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P.O.B 22020 TEL-AVIV 61220 ISRAEL. PHONE: (972-3) 645-6789, FAX: (972-3) 645-6788
65 WEST DUDLEY TOWN ROAD, BLOOMFIELD CT. 06002-1376. PHONE: (860) 243-0833, (800) 223-0020
FAX: (860) 242-8094
UNIT 6 MADINGLEY COURT CHIPPENHAM DRIVE KINGSTON MILTON KEYNES MK10 0BZ.
TEL: (0870) 7300800 FAX: (0870) 7300801.
KIRCHFELDSTR. 118, D-42015 DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, FAX (0211) 60069619
Email: info-dach@visonic.com
ISLA DE PALMA, 32 NAVE 7, POLÍGONO INDUSTRIAL NORTE, 28700 SAN SEBASTIÁN DE LOS
REYES, (MADRID), ESPAÑA. TEL (34) 91659-3120, FAX (34) 91663-8468. www.visonic-iberica.es
www.visonic.com
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