USER GUIDE

USER GUIDE
HUNTER-PRO 896 Ver. 2.0.2
9-96 Zones Intruder Alarm System
USER GUIDE
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reasons, including, but not limited to, changes in environment conditions, electric or
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
CHAPTER 2
2.1
2.2
Zones Bypassing ......................................................................... 20
Display Types.............................................................................. 21
Zone Status Display................................................................................................................21
Display type screens by order .............................................................................................21
Examples of display types......................................................................................................22
CHAPTER 8
8.1
8.2
8.3
Memory Log ................................................................................ 19
Accessing Memory Log..........................................................................................................19
Memory Log Display ..............................................................................................................19
CHAPTER 6
CHAPTER 7
7.1
7.2
7.3
Remote Control Via Phone..................................................... 16
Mode A: Basic Operations....................................................................................................16
Mode B: Full functions............................................................................................................17
CHAPTER 5
5.1
5.2
Arming & Disarming.................................................................. 12
Normal Arming & Disarming By the Keypad....................................................................12
Arming When One or More Zones are Opened............................................................12
Arming with Master Code ....................................................................................................13
Arming with User or Short Codes .....................................................................................13
Arming the System to HOME 1/HOME 2 Modes ...........................................................13
Fast Arming ..............................................................................................................................13
Arming Using Enabled User Code ......................................................................................13
Arming with Key, Key fob, or Proximity Tag ...................................................................14
Automatic Arming ..................................................................................................................14
Disarming..................................................................................................................................15
CHAPTER 4
4.1
4.2
The Keypad ....................................................................................8
Display Types............................................................................................................................. 8
Keys Functions.........................................................................................................................10
CHAPTER 3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
Introduction ...................................................................................5
Main Features............................................................................................................................. 6
Signs, Programming Keys and Codes.................................................................................... 6
Entering User Menu.................................................................................................................. 7
Phone Numbers & SMS Messages.......................................... 24
Edit Dialer Phone Numbers .................................................................................................24
SMS Options.............................................................................................................................24
Dialer Test................................................................................................................................25
CHAPTER 9 Time and Date............................................................................ 26
CHAPTER 10
Codes....................................................................................... 27
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
10.8
Master Code ............................................................................................................................27
User Code ................................................................................................................................27
Entering Names and Characters..........................................................................................29
Entering a User Name ...........................................................................................................30
User Parameters .....................................................................................................................30
Disarming Time Window......................................................................................................30
User’s Partitions......................................................................................................................31
Allocating a Key fob to a User.............................................................................................31
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10.9
10.10
10.11
10.12
10.13
Deleting a Key fob ..................................................................................................................32
Proximity TAG ........................................................................................................................32
Duress Code............................................................................................................................33
Short Code...............................................................................................................................33
Door Code...............................................................................................................................33
CHAPTER 11
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
Other Topics.......................................................................... 34
Chime ........................................................................................................................................34
Panic Signal................................................................................................................................34
Resetting Smoke/Fire/Anti-Mask Detectors .....................................................................34
System Tests ............................................................................................................................35
Turning Off the Keypad Buzzer...........................................................................................35
CHAPTER 12
Appendix:
Troubleshooting.................................................................... 36
Zones Table ............................................................................... 38
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CHAPTER 1
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of the HUNTER-PRO 896 Intruder Alarm System!
Much care has been taken in developing the HUNTER-PRO 896 Intruder alarm
system, to provide you with unprecedented peace of mind. The user-friendly
system with its advanced features will professionally help you to protect your home
or business.
HUNTER-PRO 896 contains numerous features that allow it to befit the customer’s
individual needs, and yet remain easy to program and use both by the customer
and the technician. Therefore, it is important to read this manual thoroughly in
order to familiarize yourself with the system and take full advantage of its features.
To assure optimal safety and security, you should perform a system test to the
HUNTER-PRO 896 once a week at least (see instructions further on this guide).
For any further questions, please contact your local PIMA distributor or PIMA
directly according to the ‘contact us’ details on page 2.
Up to date literature is available to download from our website at:
www.pima-alarms.com
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Your HUNTER-PRO 896 alarm system has been registered in accordance with EN60950 and its rules.
EN 60950 requires us to advise you the following information:
1. In this alarm system exist hazards of fire and electric shock. To reduce the risk of fire or electric
shock, do not expose this alarm system to rain or moisture. Pay attention: Telephone cords could be a
good conductor for lightings energy.
2. Do not open the door of the alarm system. Dangerous high voltages are present inside of the
enclosure. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
3. This alarm system should be used with AC 230V50Hz, protected by anti electric shock breaker. To
prevent electric shocks and fire hazards, do NOT use any other power source.
4. Do not spill liquid of any kind onto the unit. If liquid is accidentally spilled onto the unit,
immediately consult a qualified service.
5. Install this product in a protected location where no one can trip over any line or power cord. Protect
cords from damage or abrasion.
6. Disconnect all sources of power supply before proceeding with the installation. Pay attention: do not
install low voltage wires near by AC power wires they should be separated.
7. Connect the AC transformer output to the terminal block on the control panel as marked.
8. Connect the AC line cord to line power terminals as marked. (GND; N; L)
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1.1
Main Features
Hybrid system with 8 to 96 wired or wireless zones
Friendly and easy to use and program, with fast arming keys
LCD keypad with multilingual Menu-Driven screens for easy programming and
operation
Wide partitioning options:
o
Up to 16 partitions, each with its own Account ID and Users
o
Up to 8 subsystems, each with different keypads, IDs, etc.
Passive arming: after a preset silence (no movement) time
Automatic arming: at a preset time
Full remote control including outputs via touch-tone telephone
Control codes: 96 user codes, 96 proximity tag codes, 24 remote control
codes, master code, door code, duress code
Various authorization levels for each user
Window time to restrict users from disarming the system (by code entering or
remote control)
Extensive zone testing
3 display types to view system status: “PIMA Fast display”, “Scan Open Zones”
and “All Zones Status”.
Built-in Unique Integrated Digital 4 channels to communicate with the CMS
(Central Monitoring Station): Telephone, Long-range Radio, GSM, GPRS
Full supervision data of wireless detectors (life signal, low battery, tamper)
4 Subscriber dialing numbers with optional voice message/microphone
Various methods for preventing false alarms: Zone conditioning, pulse counter,
2 EOL resistors to detect short & cut, zone sensitivity, automatic zone
deactivating, zone soaking
Various accessories (microphone, voice unit etc.)
Memory Log of up to 500 events (250 are non-volatile) that includes Time,
Username and Zone name.
1.2
Signs, Programming Keys and Codes
Press a key
Press a key until confirmation beep sounds
Moves the cursor forward
Moves the cursor backwards
Enter the next level / Save
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Enable (‘+’) or disable (‘-‘) a parameter / Clear the display
Go up one level / Go to main display / Cancel
Master Code: A code enabled to enter the User menu.
User Code: A code enabled by Master Code to enter the User menu.
Printed Zone Numbers: On the LCD keypad, zones number 1-16 and 17-32 are
printed above and below the display window.
1.3
Entering User Menu
The User menu is where the user program and change data. User menu can be
fully accessed with the Master Code. Other users can also access the User menu
but are limited according to their authorization level, programmed by the system
administrator (owner)/technician (see “Programming Codes” on page 27).
1.3.1
Entering User Menu with Master Code
Master Code
1.3.2
User Menu
Choose 1,2...
Function key
(see page 9)
Entering User Menu with User Code
If a user is enabled by technician to enter the User Manu:
User Code
User Menu
Choose 1,2...
Function key (see page 9)
If a user is not enabled by technician to enter the User Menu (User Code
arms/disarms the system), the menu can still be accessed as follows:
User Code
User Menu
Choose 1,2...
Function key (see page 9)
When a user selects a function (i.e., the corresponding key is pressed) it is not
authorized to, the system displays the following:
Access Denied!
Press END
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CHAPTER 2
THE KEYPAD
RXN-400 and RXN-41O are PIMA’s LCD keypads that operate with
HUNTER-PRO 896. They have been specially designed for maximum simplicity and
durability and present decorative design. A keypad is used for arming, disarming
and programming the system as well as displaying time and date, system status
information, events and faults, memory log and more.
Printed on the keypad above each num key is the key function. For instance, key
#9 is the codes programming key, key #2 is the memory log key and so on. A full
description of each key function appears further on this guide.
Both RXN-400 and RXN-41O keypad models are identical, except for their screen
size.
The display screen has two lines with 16 characters each. The upper line displays
the time and the date (depending on the display type). Both lines display data
regarding the system, such as events, faults and zone status.
Note: Up to 8 monitored keypads can be connected to the system simultaneously
Drawing 1- PIMA’s RXN-410 LCD keypad with PIMA Display
2.1
2.1.1
Display Types
PIMA Fast Display
This display is best used on a 32 zones system. All events and zones are displayed
in a single screen using signs and abbreviations. Drawing 1 demonstrates PIMA fast
display (with 16 zones).
Information on the top line includes: time, date and system status. If the system is
configured to more than 16 zones than this information will not be presented in this
display type, but zones information only (see next drawing).
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System status characters on top line:
P
System is communicating or testing the PSTN line
S
Siren ON
R
Relay ON
T
System is reporting to Monitoring Station via radio transmitter
Zone Status and Events
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
C - - - - - - _ _ _ _ _ - - - - B _ - - F A - _ - - V - S S -
1-32 Zone
numbers
engraved
on the
keypad
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Zone Status and Events
Drawing 2 - Fast Display, 32 zones
The following signs & characters appear next to the zone number/ partition that is
engraved on the keypad:
Closed zone
_
B
A
C
S
F
L
V
T
Opened zone
Bypassed zone
Alarm zone (zone triggering an alarm)
Chime zone
Shortcut zone (zone was shortcut)
Failed zone (disconnected)/Tamper event (in a wireless detector)
Low battery in wireless detector
Supervision signal: Wireless detector did nor report test to system
Zone is in Soak test
Note: When in PIMA display, the system will not display the zone status during
faults. Only after all faults are resolved, PIMA Display returns.
2.1.2
‘Scan Open Zones’ Scrolling Display
In this display type the zones and events screens automatically interchange and
display their status in a chronological order.
System status
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
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Voltage
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
PS00:22
9
10
11
12
13
Event/Fault
The upper line display is described in sub-section 2.1.1.
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15
16
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Bottom line display:
Events, alerts and faults
Opened zones (OP)
Zones that triggered an alarm (AL)
2.1.3
Other Display Types
Display Type
What is displayed?
Disable zones
Open zones are not displayed
All Zones
All zones are displayed with their number and name, as
programmed by the technician
Bypassed Zones
All bypassed zones are displayed
Soak Zones
All soaked (tested) zones are displayed
Chime Zones
All chimed zones are displayed
All Zones Status
See next sub-section (2.1.4)
Partitions Names
See sub-section (2.1.5)
2.1.4
All Zones Status Display
Zone number
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
C--___BB--
---------
21->30
---------
31->40
1->10
-F--S_---- 11->20
NEXT
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
.…
NEXT
---------
81->90
------
91->96
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5 1 6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 15 1 6
All programmed zones in the system are displayed, 10 zones in each line, 20 in
every screen. In the above drawing, the first screen shows zones 1 - 10 and
11 - 20. Advance by pressing
, return by pressing
.
“All zones status” display differs from “PIMA fast display”, by showing all 96 zones
in the system (if all programmed), while “PIMA fast display” shows only the first 32
zones in one screen.
2.1.5
Partitions Names Display
All partitions (if programmed any) will be displayed with their name.
Note: When in PIMA fast display mode, the system will not show zones’ status if a
fault occurs. Only when the fault is resolved the fast display returns.
2.2
Keys Functions
As mentioned previously, operating and programming the system commences by
entering the Master Code first and then pressing any further required key.
However, a number of keys enable certain actions by a single long press, without
entering Master Code. The next table lists the various options:
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Key
Enter Master/ User Code and Long press a key (without
press a key to..
entering Master/User Code) to...
Fast arming the system∗
Arm/Disarm
Display arming, alarm and fault
history with time and date
-
Temporary bypass of zones
-
Arm the system to “Home 1”
partial arming mode
Fast arming the system to “Home 1”
partial arming mode*
Display menu (see “Display
Types”, page 5)
“All Zones” display
Program telephone numbers
Arm the system to “Home 2”
partial arming mode
Fast arming the system to “Home 2”
partial arming mode*
Program Time and date
-
Program User codes
-
Program Chime by zone
Enable/Disable Chime for all zones
Program Auto-arming
Enter user menu with enabled code
-
- Display armed partitions
- Reset smoke detectors
(Programming help key)
Turn off buzzer in fault
Display system name and
version; Enter technician menu
Display Service Provider
Test siren, battery, AC and
phone line
(Programming help key)
∗
11
If enabled by technician
Display system’s Name & Version
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CHAPTER 3
ARMING & DISARMING
Note: The system’s default Master Code is 5555
The system can be armed and disarmed in 4 ways:
With the Keypad
By remote control or Key fob
Automatically (arming only)
Remotely, via touchtone telephone, COMAX software, Internet, and GSM
As a rule, the system should be armed only when all zones (but those on the exit
route) are closed and there are no faults (e.g., low battery, mains) and/or events
(e.g., fire, panic). To arm the system with open zones, these zones should first be
bypassed, as explained in this chapter.
3.1
Normal Arming & Disarming By the Keypad
Before arming the system, make sure all zones (except exit delayed zones – usually
zones on exit route) are closed: no _ open zone blinking sign should be displayed
(all zones indication is _). In scrolling display, the next ‘OP:’ sign should not
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appear:
OP:ZONE
09:55
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To arm the system: User Code/Short Code. The green LED shall begin to blink,
beeps will be heard from the keypad and the display will show the next exit delay
Arming...
Exit Delay 60
message:
At the end of the exit delay, the green control LED shall stop to blink and stay on,
the beeps will stop, the display will briefly show the following message:
System
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Armed!
09:56
and the display will look like this:
3.2
Arming When One or More Zones are Opened
When trying to activate the system with one or more zones opened (that are not on
the exit route, i.e., exit delayed zones), the keypad will produce a fast-beep and the
display will show the next (i.e.) scrolling screens:
Open
Zone!
OP:Front
Press
door
... Bypass
or
OP:Front
END
door
. The bottom line shows the names
and numbers of all opened zones, one by one. If no step is taken the system will be
armed and alarms will be generated from the open zones.
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These are the two possible ways to act:
1. To temporary bypass the open zones:
. Open zones are bypassed &
system is armed. The letter B will appear next to the corresponding zone/s.
2. To cancel arming:
3.3
. The system returns to normal operation mode.
Arming with Master Code
Arming...
Exit Delay 60
User Menu
Choose 1,2...
Master Code
3.4
Arming with User or Short Codes
Arming...
Exit Delay 60
System Armed!
….
System Armed!
Short Code or User Code
….
3.5
Arming the System to HOME 1/HOME 2 Modes
‘HOME 1’ and ‘HOME 2’ are partial zones arming modes.
Arming to “HOME 1”:
Master Code
Short Code / User Code
Home
Exit
Arming to “HOME 2”:
or
1 Arming..
Delay 60
Short Code / User Code or
Home 2 Arming..
Exit Delay 60
Fast Arming
Master Code
3.6
To quickly arm the system, if enabled by technician:
Full Arming:
Arming to ‘HOME 1’:
Arming to ‘HOME 2’:
Arming...
Exit Delay 60
Home
Exit
System Armed!
….
1 Arming..
Delay 60
Home 2 Arming..
Exit Delay 60
System Armed!
….
System Armed!
….
Note: ‘HOME 1’ and ‘HOME 2’ exit delays can be disabled by a technician.
3.7
Arming Using Enabled User Code
If a user was enabled by technician to enter the User Manu:
User Code
User Menu
Choose 1,2...
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If a user is not enabled to enter the User Menu:
User Code
3.8
Arming with Key, Key fob, or Proximity Tag
User Menu
Choose 1,2...
A key, 24 Key fobs and 96 RFID proximity tags can be attached to HUNTER-PRO
896. The Visonic Key fob has 4 push buttons for: Arming, Disarming, Arming to
‘Home 1’ and controlling one of the system’s outputs. Pushing simultaneously “Full
Arming” and “Home 1” buttons generates Panic alert.
The Key fob works with
PIMA’s I/O-WN wireless
receiver and enables arming,
disarming, duress alert,
system output control and
arming to ‘HOME 1’.
3.9
Automatic Arming
HUNTER-PRO 896 offers two ways to arm the system automatically:
1. Active - At a preset time, daily.
2. Passive - Arming when no activity is sensed by any detector for a period of time.
Passive arming can be programmed per partitions.
3.9.1
Automatic arming at a preset day and hour
This feature lets you program the system to automatically arm itself in any day of
the week at a specified hour. At the designated hour, the LCD keypad displays
Auto Arming - 45
X
and a countdown of 45 seconds starts. The countdown comes
together with chime sound from the keypad. After the countdown is over, the
arming process starts, according to the system’s programming:
Arming...
Exit Delay 60
System Armed!
….
.
At any time during the countdown, entering a valid code stops the automatic
arming process.
Master Code / User Code or
Auto Arm By Day
ENTER/NEXT/END
arming process starts or
+ User Code
User Menu
Choose 1,2...
Auto Arm By Day
Sunday
00:00
to set another day.
Set the time in which auto
to save.
Leaving the default 00:00 hour (or setting to it) means auto arming is disabled.
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Note: To cancel a preset auto arming time, repeat the process and program it to
00:00 hour.
3.9.2
Automatic arming when no activity is sensed
Set inactivity time (in minutes) - a period of time in which if no activity is sensed by
any detector the system will automatically be armed.
Master Code / User Code OR InactivityToArm
ENTER/NEXT/END
time in minutes
+ User Code
Inact. Per part
+++++++++++++++++
User Menu
Choose 1,2...
InactivityToArm
5
Minutes
set inactivity
Mark ‘+’ to enable the partition/s to
be auto armed
Note: “Inactivity to arm” timing is programmed by the technician.
3.10
3.10.1
Disarming
With Master Code
Master Code 3.10.2
Disarming..
With User Code
User Code or
+ User Code
Entering user code immediately disarms the system.
Note: If the system is not disarmed, make sure you are not trying to disarm it
outside the time frame you are enabled to (see “Programming User Codes” on
page 27)
3.10.3
With Duress Code
Entering duress code disarms the system but also sends alert to the CMS and the
private dialer. Duress code is a disarming code only.
Duress Code
Disarming..
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CHAPTER 4
REMOTE CONTROL VIA PHONE
The alarm system can be remotely controlled via any touch tone or cellular phone.
There are two modes of remote control: basic operations, mostly arming and
disarming; And full operations, including activating outputs.
4.1
Mode A: Basic Operations
1.
2.
Dial to the system’s telephone number.
Wait for the system’s confirmation tone (a long tone followed by 2 beeps).
Once a connection was established, any operation can take place, whether
you dialed to the system or vice versa.
3. Enter Master Code. Do not to enter the code before the confirmation tone
ends.
4. Wait a few seconds until the system confirms its status by one of the two
following tones:
Continuous tone: The system is disarmed
Beep: The system is armed
Note: The system will not recognize commands (tones) from the telephone while
sounding the confirmation tone. It is important to wait until the confirmation tone
is over before pressing the telephone keys that control the system.
5. Execute a command by pressing a key on the phone:
Phone key Function
0
Disable siren and dialer. The dialer will stop dialing to the next private
phone numbers.
1
Arm the system
2
Disarm the system (if enabled by the technician)
4
Arm the system to “Home 1” mode
5
Switch on the Relay
6
Switch off the Relay
7
Arm the system to “Home 2” mode
8
Listen in for one minute (available only with MIC-200). Any more presses
will extend the listen in time in one minute
Notes:
1) The alarm system confirms the command was received by 2 short beeps.
2) While the system and the telephone are communicating, the message “Other
keypad in use” will display on all connected keypads. If the system does not
receive any command for a period of 60 seconds, it shall disconnect and return
to regular operation mode. The system will remain in standby (with the above
displayed on keypads) for another 60 seconds before keypad operation
returns.
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Mode B: Full functions
Note: By default, the system is set to mode A. Switching to mode B requires
technician programming.
1.
Follow steps 1 - 4 in section 4.1 to establish communication with the system.
2.
To trip an output:
table.
3.
To release an output:
table:
& the corresponding numbers from the following
& the corresponding numbers from the following
System
*01 Arm
Panel outputs
11
External siren
OUT-1000 Expander
21
Output # 1
#01
*04
*07
Disarm
Home 1
Home 2
12
13
14
22
23
24
Output # 2
Output # 3
Output # 4
*08
Listen in (with MIC200)
Stop sirens and dialer
15
Internal siren
Relay
Reset smoke
detectors
ON/OFF output
25
Output #5
16
17
ALARM output
Audio Ctrl output
26
27
28
Output # 6
Output # 7
Output # 8
*00
I/O-8Ns Relays
31
Expander # 1
32
Expander # 2
33
Expander # 3
34
Expander # 4
35
Expander # 5
36
Expander # 6
37
38
39
40
41
Expander
Expander
Expander
Expander
Expander
#7
#8
#9
# 10
# 11
I/O-R Expander #1
51
Output #1
52
Output #2
53
Output #3
54
Output #4
55
56
57
58
Output
Output
Output
Output
#5
#6
#7
#8
I/O-R Expander #2
59
Output #1
60
Output #2
61
Output #3
62
Output #4
63
64
65
66
Output
Output
Output
Output
#5
#6
#7
#8
I/O-R Expander 33
67
Output #1
68
Output #2
69
Output #3
70
Output #4
71
72
73
74
Output
Output
Output
Output
#5
#6
#7
#8
I/O-R Expander #4
75
Output #1
76
Output #2
77
Output #3
78
Output #4
79
80
81
82
Output
Output
Output
Output
#5
#6
#7
#8
Sending system status via SMS message
to the private dialer
91
Phone #1
93 Phone #3
92
Phone #2
94 Phone #4
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Examples for mode B
Deactivating external siren:
Dial and wait for confirmation tone. When no sound heard
wait for confirmation tone
11 (on telephone keys).
Activate output #5 on OUT-1000 outputs card:
Dial and wait for confirmation tone. When no sound heard
wait for confirmation tone
Master Code and
25 (on telephone keys).
Master Code and
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MEMORY LOG
The system holds in its memory the last 500 events and operations in a chronological
order. 250 of them are non-volatile.
5.1
Accessing Memory Log
Master Code / User Code or 1)
User Menu
Choose 1,2...
User Code
10 AUG 19:44
Zone Bypassed
Memory Log Display
5.2
6
.
The system’s memory log has 4 sub-menus/viewing options:
All Events, Faults Only, Zone Alarms, Arming/Disarming.
The log is displayed in 2 lines:
The top line displays the event’s no. and time and date it occurred.
The bottom line displays the event type and the zone it occurred in and any
other events.
The information/events logged in the memory are: arming, disarming, alarms, code
changed, system time changed, faults, zones bypassed and more.
Examples:
Burglary alarm:
Event N um ber
2)1
SEP
Burgl
Z o n e ty p e
E v e n t D a t e & T im e
08
21:20
ALARM
Event
2)1
4
Zone N um ber
…….
SEP
08
21:20
Kitchen
Zone nam e
Two screens are displayed intermittently, showing the zone’s name:
Fault:
56)4
AC
MAR
08
Fault
02:54
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ZONES BYPASSING
If a zone is opened, the system cannot be armed, unless the zone is either closed
or bypassed. A bypassed zone will automatically become active again the next time
the system is disarmed.
Master Code / User Code or Zone Number:
Entr-Conf
User Menu
Choose 1,2...
Bypassed Zone
1
#-Rst
User Code
Rear Window
-1
Zone name & number .
to confirm and to scroll to the next zone. The letter “B” indicates a bypassed zone.
To reset a bypassed zone
.
Note: If a zone is bypassed and the system is not armed within a period of time
set by the technician, the zone becomes active again.
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DISPLAY TYPES
Zone Status Display
As mentioned previously, HUNTER-PRO 896 has two basic system status displays,
fast and scrolling, and few others (see “Display Types” on page 8). To enter display
types menu:
Master Code/Enabled User Code OR + User Code
Note:
Pressing
in "All Zones”, ”Bypassed Zones”, ”Soak Zones” and ”Chime
Zones” screens displays a detailed description of the zones in this category.
The letter “W” indicates a wireless zone.
7.1.1
Display Types by Order
Pressing
Display type
Fast Zones
Scan Open Zones
X2
Disable Zones
All zones
X3
X4
X4
X3
X2
Display Bypassed
Zones
Display Soaked Zones
Details
The status of all first 32 programmed
zones on one screen
All open zones and faults are displayed,
one by one
Only faults are displayed
All zones names and numbers are
displayed
All bypassed zones are displayed
All soaked zones are displayed
Display Chime Zones
All chime zones are displayed
All Zones Status
All zones programmed in the system are
displayed in groups of 10
The partitions’ names allocated to this
keypad are displayed
Show Partitions
Names
7.2
Display type screens by order
Master Code/Enabled User Code or + User Code Display Type:
Fast Zn. Display
Display Type:
All Zones
Display Type:
Display Soak Zn.
Display Type:
Scan Open Zones
Display Type:
Display Bypass Z
Display Type:
Display Chime Zn
Display Type:
Disable Zn. Disp
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Examples of display types
7.3.1
Fast Zone display
Master Code/Enabled User Code OR + User Code
The current display is now “Fast zone” display.
.
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
--B---_--A-F-----B--F--_--SS-V-
A sample screen: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5 16 . See signs and letter legend on page 8,
under “PIMA Fast Display”.
7.3.2
Scan Open Zones
Master Code/Enabled User Code OR + User Code . The current display is now “Scan open zones”. A Sample screen:
14 SEP 07
OP:ZONE
09:55
15
.
All open zones with their name and number are displayed and all faults too, in
automatic scrolling screens, continuously.
Note: Zones names are programmed by the technician
7.3.3
Disabled Zones
Master Code/Enabled User Code OR + User Code X2
. All disabled zones are displayed (if there are any), one by one, with their
name and number.
7.3.4
All Zones
Master Code/Enabled User Code OR + User Code X3 . All zones in the system are displayed one by one with their name
and number.
7.3.5
Soak Zones
Master Code/Enabled User Code OR + User Code X4 . Soaked zones (zones in test mode) are displayed (if there are
any).
7.3.6
Chime Zones
Master Code/Enabled User Code OR + User Code X3 . Chime enabled zones are displayed (if there are any).
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All Zones
Master Code/Enabled User Code OR + User Code X2 . All 96 programmed zones in the system are displayed, 20 zones
in each screen.
7.3.8
Partitions Names
Master Code/Enabled User Code OR + User Code
. The partitions controlled by the keypad are displayed in scrolling mode.
To return to zones display, repeat the programming steps.
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PHONE NUMBERS & SMS MESSAGES
This menu has 3 sub-menus: Edit phone numbers, SMS settings to define which
phone number will receive SMS messages and Test dialer.
Master Code/Enabled User Code OR + User Code
Edit Numbers
SMS Settings
Test Dialer
ENTER/NEXT/BACK
ENTER/NEXT/BACK
Select T.No. 1-4
Priv.Phn 1<Del=#
1234
---- SMS Options
Priv.Phn 2<Del=#
Mark “+” under the
phone number that will
receive SMS messages.
Press a number
between 1 and 4 to
perform a test.
The test process will
be displayed on the
screen. To exit
press
Priv.Phn 3<Del=#
Priv.Phn 4<Del=#
8.1
Edit Dialer Phone Numbers
HUNTER-PRO 896 can call up to 4 private phone numbers. The dialer attempts
dialing each number twice (i.e. total of 8 attempts) and plays an alarm warning
sound when the call is ‘picked’.
After the warning sound is over, the system awaits for remote-controlled
commands through which the dialer can be halted. The dialer aborts dialing
attempts in the following cases:
The system is disarmed.
A “Stop Dialer” command is received via the phone. The dialer will not dial
to the next subscribers.
All private dialer telephone numbers were dialed, each number twice.
To enter the following signs, push the
P (1 sec. delay)
8.2
key repeatedly: ‘+’, ‘*’, ‘#’,
SMS Options
HUNTER-PRO 896 can send SMS messages containing reports on alarms, faults and
system status. This menu lets you determine to which of the 4 private dialer
numbers SMS messages will be sent. To enable a number, mark “+” under it.
1234
For example: -+-- SMS Options .
The system will send SMS messages to phone number 2.
Note: Ask the technician to enable this feature.
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8.3
Dialer Test
Master Code/Enabled User Code OR Edit
Test
Numbers
Dialing...
9876543
Dialer
Select
ENTER/NEXT/BACK
….
+ User Code
T.No.
Sending...
Testing
Line..H1
1-4
Finished
OK!
….
This menu lets you test the private phone numbers. Pressing any number between
1 and 4 will cause the dialer to dial to the corresponding number. If no call was
received check the programmed number and call a technician if the number is ok.
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TIME AND DATE
Time and date, apart from constantly being displayed on the screen, are used in
conjunction with various functions such as user code time window and all alarms
and reports.
The system’s memory log registers information about arming and disarming, autoarming and alarms and faults - all with time and date information.
Therefor, please make sure that time and date always remain accurate. In addition,
time and date information is crucial for the technician to examine and repair the
system when necessary.
Master Code/Enabled User Code OR Hour
00:00
Day
01
+ User Code
Enter time in HH:MM format Month
01
Year
05
Enter date in DD MM YY format
Notes:
To correct a mistaken data use
/
keys.
The system will not accept meaningless data, such as the hour 25:25. In such
a case an error message will appear. To correct, press the
enter data again.
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CODES
Most codes in HUNTER-PRO 896 are made of 4-6 digits and allow the user to
program the system, arm and disarm it and more. 96 user codes, 96 proximity tags
and 24 Key fobs can be programmed into HUNTER-PRO 896.
Important!
HUNTER-PRO 896 has a code-control feature that does not allow
entering duplicate codes (including a code that starts with the same
digits such as existing code).
User definitions:
User name
User number
User 1 (1 ) A*K
ENTR/NEXT/END
10.1
A - The user has a proximity card
user has a code
*K -- The
The user has a keyfob
Master Code
Reminder: The default Master Code is: 5555. It is recommended to replace it
after installation (see how in this section).
The Master Code is used for accessing memory and programming different
functions as described further. It is also used for arming and disarming the system.
Master code can only be changed with the Master Code.
Changing Master Code:
Master Code
Master
******
Code
(4-6)
User Menu
Choose 1,2...
Master Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
Enter 4 to 6 digits number Note: A code is displayed in asterisks and cannot be revealed otherwise.
10.2
User Code
A user code is used for arming, disarming and accessing the user menu. As
mentioned, HUNTER-PRO 96 can have 96 user codes. By default, entering the user
code arms or disarms the system. If enabled by technician, entering the user code
accesses the menu directly. In such a case, arming is done by pressing long
and entering user code.
A user code can have a name and a time window to disarm the system, can be
allocated to one or more partitions and can have specific authorizations.
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10.2.1
Programming User Code using Master Code
Master Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
Master Code
User 1
(1)
ENTER/NEXT/END
Entr/Change Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
to other users OR
User 1
******
. Press
10.2.2
(4-6)
ENTER/NEXT/END
user number (1-96) new User Code (4 to 6 digits)
to exit.
Programming User Code using User Code
Master Code/Enabled User Code OR User Codes
User Codes
ENTER/NEXT/END
+ User Code
User 1
(1)
ENTER/NEXT/END
User Menu
Choose 1,2...
and proceed as in the previous
sub-section.
Note: An asterisk (*) appears to the right of the user’s name notes that the user
has a valid user code.
10.2.3
Adding/Changing a User Code by User Code
A user code can be used for adding/changing another user code only if it enabled
to do so (see section 10.5). If a user code is unauthorized, an “Access Denied”
message will appear when trying to access the codes menu.
Master Code/Enabled User Code OR and proceed as in section 12.2.1.
10.2.4
User Menu
Choose 1,2...
Deleting User Code using Master Code
Master Code + User Code
Master Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
User 1
(1) *
ENTER/NEXT/END
reach a user
exit.
User Codes
ENTER/NEXT/END
Enter a user’s number or use
Delete Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
Important!
Master Code can be changed only by Master Code
and
. Press
to
to
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Deleting User Code using User Code
Enabled User Code OR + User Code
and proceed as in the previous section 12.2.4.
10.3
User Menu
Choose 1,2...
Entering Names and Characters
Names and characters are entered the same way as in standard cell phone. Each
key has letters and characters associated with it. The number of key pushes you
make determines which character is selected, e.g. the numeric key
is used for
the letters M, N, O and number 6. To select ‘M’, press the key once; to select ‘O’,
press the key three times. See all keys and their associated characters further. (See
“Signs, Programming Keys and Codes” on page 6)
Notes:
A User Name can have up to 8 characters (letters or digits).
Each arming/disarming is registered in the memory along with the user name,
date and time (see “Memory Display” on page 19)
.,?!1
ABC2
DEF3
Cancel
GHI4
JKL5
MNO6
Next char.,
Space
PQRS7
TUV8
WXYZ9
Prev. char.
()/*:-+#
0
Save
The following example illustrates writing the word ‘KITCHEN’:
Character
Push Key
No. of pushes
K
2
I
3
T
1
C
3
H
2
E
2
N
2
To enter 2 or more
characters using the
same key, wait 2
seconds between each
character.
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Entering a User Name
Master Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
Master Code User 1
(1) *
ENTER/NEXT/END
10.5
ENTER/NEXT/END
Enter user’s number
User Name
ENTER/NEXT/END
User Codes
Entr/Change Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
User Name
1
Enter a name.
User 1
to save.
User Parameters
The user access authorizations are determined in a single screen:
Master Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
Master Code User 1
(1) *
ENTER/NEXT/END
Enter a user number
User Access
ENTER/NEXT/END
User Codes
ENTER/NEXT/END
UTCMBKAOR
++++++-+--
1
Par. The User is authorized to…
U
Program User Codes
T
Program phone numbers
C
Program time and date
M
View the memory log
B
Program zones bypassing
K
Use any keypad (if partitioned)
A
Program auto-arming
O
Receive Open/Close reports by SMS
R
Remote control the system
Press
10.6
to change to enable (‘+’) a parameter. To save, press
Disarming Time Window
A user can be restricted from disarming the system outside a time window. By
default, users can disarm the system at any time.
Master Code
Master Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
User 1
(1) *
ENTER/NEXT/END
X4
User Codes
ENTER/NEXT/END
Disarm Window
ENTER/NEXT/END
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Enter start and end time Note: There is no limit with arming the system to all the users at any time
For example:
User 56
17:30
To
19:00
User 56 can disarm the system only between 17:30 (5:30 pm) and 19:00
(7:00 pm). Any attempt of this user to disarm in any other time, even a minute
later or earlier, will be denied and the system will remain armed.
10.7
User’s Partitions
In a system divided into partitions (sub-systems), every keypad can only control the
partition/s that are programmed to be controlled by it and a user can be authorized
to control all or some of these partitions.
Master Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
Master Code User 1
(1) *
ENTER/NEXT/END
Part. For User1
++++++++++++++++
User Codes
ENTER/NEXT/END
Partitioning
X5
ENTER/NEXT/END
Set the user’s controlled partitions
Notes:
To enable a user to control his partition/s from any keypad attached to the
system, the parameter “K” on the parameters set should be enabled. See page
30.
Any partition can be assigned to one or more users.With standard system
installation (i.e. no partitions), all users are assigned by default to all partitions.
10.8
Allocating a Key fob to a User
Master Code Master Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
User 1
(1) *
ENTER/NEXT/END
Add keyfob?
Activate device
User Codes
ENTER/NEXT/END
Add
X4
keyfob?
ENTER/NEXT/END
. Push one of the Key fob’s buttons and wait for
Device added!
ENTER/NEXT/END
.
to exit.
confirmation message:
After allocating a Key fob to a user the letter ‘K’ will appear on the user code screen
to indicate a Key fob was allocated to the user.
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For example:
User 15
(15)*k
ENTER/NEXT/END
Notes:
Up to 32 Key fobs can be programmed.
A Key fob added to a user will operate according to the user’s authorizations.
10.9
Deleting a Key fob
Master Code Master Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
User 1
(1)*k
ENTER/NEXT/END
Delete keyfob?
Please wait..
User Codes
X3
ENTER/NEXT/END
Delete keyfob?
ENTER/NEXT/END
. Wait for confirmation message
Device deleted!
ENTER/NEXT/END
to exit.
After canceling a Key fob the letter K will disappear from the user’s code
screen
10.10 Proximity TAG
10.10.1
Adding Proximity TAG
Master Code Master Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
User 1
(1)*k
ENTER/NEXT/END
User Codes
ENTER/NEXT/END
Add TAG ?
X2
ENTER/NEXT/END
Pls. Attach TAG
.
Attach the tag to the left side of the keypad, as seen in the following image, until a
confirmation “TAG Received!” message appears as shown.
to exit.
After adding proximity tag the letter A will appear on the user’s code screen
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Deleting Proximity TAG
Master Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
Master Code User 1
(1)*A
ENTER/NEXT/END
TAG
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User Codes
ENTER/NEXT/END
Delete TAG ?
ENTER/NEXT/END
Removed!
10.11 Duress Code
Press END!
.
to exit.
A duress code is a special disarming only code. This code is useful when the system
is connected to CMS. Entering duress code disarms the system and sends duress
code to both the CMS and the private dialer, without activating the sirens. The
duress code is a 4 to 6 digits number.
Master Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
Master Code Duress Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
to save. 10.12 Short Code
code
Duress
******
User Codes
ENTER/NEXT/END
Code
(4-6)
Enter 4-6 digits
to exit.
Short code is a two digit arming only code.
Master Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
Master Code/ Enabled User Code X3
Short Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
to save. Press
10.13 Door Code
Short Code
**
Enter 2 digits code
to exit.
As can be expected, door code is mostly used to trigger door relays. However, any
relay can be programmed to be triggered by the door code.
Master Code/ Enabled User Code Door Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
to save. Press
to exit.
Door Code
(4-6)
******
Master Code
ENTER/NEXT/END
Enter new 4-6 digits code
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11.1
Chime
The “Chime” feature enables to supervise opening/closing doors and windows by
activating the keypad’s buzzer for two seconds each time a designated door/window is
opened. This feature is especially useful with small children in the house and in shops.
Note: The “Chime” feature is available only when the system is disarmed
11.1.1
Programming Chime by Zone
Master Code/Enabled User Code OR User Menu
Choose 1,2...
number
exit.
+ User Code
Zone Number: 1
ENTR-Conf #-Rst
Enter zone
to confirm or to release. The next zone will appear. Press
to
The letter “C” in the zones display indicates a chime zone.
11.1.2
Activating Chime to All Zones
. Pressing long the
key activates/deactivates (toggle mode) the chime
to all zones. The display will show the following messages: Chime ON/OFF.
11.2
Panic Signal
Pressing the keypad panic combination or alarm from panic zone can activate a
siren and a relay; can call the private dialer; can send SMS message and can send
panic report to the CMS. Programming responses to Panic signal is done by a
technician.
Activating Panic Signal from the Keypad
+
Press both asterisk and pound keys for 2 seconds.
11.3
Resetting Smoke/Fire/Anti-Mask Detectors
In case smoke or fire alarm is triggered, press and hold the
key (until you
hear a confirmation sound) in order to reset and release the detectors. For autoresetting, consult a technician.
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System Tests
The system constantly tests the backup battery, mains and phone line. For manual
test do as follows:
Master Code/Enabled User Code OR + User Code
User Menu
Choose 1,2...
The following screens appear:
Battery Test..
Battery Test..
OK!
… Finished
Testing Line..S1
Finished OK!
…
.
In case faults occur:
Battery Test..
Low Battery!
11.5
12 NOV 07 19:25
or
Phone Line Fault
Turning Off the Keypad Buzzer
Simultaneously pressing
and
keys turns on/off (toggle mode) the buzzer
in the keypad. The keypad buzzer indicates few actions like pressing a key,
confirming a long-press, counting down, disarming the system and more.
To turn the buzzer off in fault,
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HUNTER-PRO 896 system tests itself and its components constantly. In case a fault
occurs a red fault LED flickers, a description of the fault is displayed on the
keypad’s screen bottom line and the memory will log it with its date and time.
The system can be programmed to respond to any fault in various ways, like
reporting to CMS, calling through the private dialer, activating outputs and
accessories and more. To enable it, consult a technician.
Notes:
1. If more then one fault occurs, the display will scroll between faults.
2. If more than one keypad is connected to the system, when programming one
keypad the rest will display the following message: “Other Keypad in Use”. This
message will also be displayed whenever a modem is in use or when the system
is remotely controlled via phone.
The following table describes the possible system faults:
Displayed Fault
Low Battery
Mains Fault
Clock Not Set
Phone Line Fault
Tamper 1
Tamper 2
Expander X
Tamper
Expander X Fault
Keypad X Tamper
Low Voltage
Wireless Z Fault
MS COM Fault
Solution
Occurs after a prolonged power failure. Wait 24 hours for the
indication to stop. If the fault indication persists longer then
one day, or there was no previous power failure, call a
technician.
Usually appears during a power failure. If other electrical
appliances in the house are operating, check the switch or fuse
to which the alarm system is connected. If the cause of the
fault is unclear, call a technician.
Appears following a prolonged power failure during which the
backup battery was completely discharged. Set time and date
(see “Time and Date” on page 26)
Perform phone line test (see section 8.3). Verify during the test
that other instruments connected to the Alarm System’s
telephone line (i.e., telephone sets, facsimiles, etc.) are not
active. If the fault persists, call a technician.
Tamper switch 1 is opened or damaged. Call a technician.
Tamper switch 2 is opened or faulty. Call a technician.
Expander X’s box or Tamper is opened. Call a technician.
Expander X is faulty. Call a technician.
Keypad X’s Tamper is open. Call a technician.
Appears before the backup battery is completely discharged,
usually after a prolonged power failure. Call a technician
immediately!
A wireless detector (zone) is faulty. Call a technician.
Failure to communicate with Monitoring Station. Call a
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Displayed Fault
KEYPAD NOT
CONNECTED
GSM Unit Fault
GSM Link Fault
GSM Comm. Fault
GSM Comm. 2
Fault
SIM Card Fault
Detec Vol. Fault
Wireless System
W/L Unit Tamper
Check Keypad
Number
Keypad Fault
Zone Fault
Detec Vol. Fault
SMS Com. Failure
Install SMS Unit
Network Fault
IO-R X Fault
IO-R X Tamper
IO-R X Fault
Exp. XX Voltage
Wireless Jamming
False Code
Anti Mask Block!
Supervision:
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Solution
technician.
No communication between the keypad and the HUNTER-PRO
motherboard. Call a technician.
GSM unit not connected/operating properly. Call a technician.
GSM channel bad reception or jamming. Call a technician.
Communication failure between GSM unit and CMS 1. Call a
technician.
Communication failure between GSM unit and CMS 2. Call a
technician.
No SIM card detected or card failure. Call a technician.
Detector power supply. Call a technician.
Wireless receiver unit not connected/working properly. Call a
technician.
Wireless receiver box tamper is opened or faulty. Check that
the wireless receiver box is properly closed. If problem
remains, call a technician.
The keypad’s ID is misconfigured. Call a technician.
The keypad or communication with the keypad is faulty. Call a
technician.
A fault in one of system’s zones. Call a technician.
Detector voltage fault. Call a technician immediately!
SMS communication fault. Call a technician.
No SMS card detected or card failure. Call a technician.
Call a technician.
Call a technician.
Call a technician.
Call a technician.
Call a technician.
The wireless receiver is jammed. Call a technician.
A false code has been entered. and call a technician.
Anti-mask detector is blocked. A wireless detector “life signal” has not been detected. Call a
technician.
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APPENDIX:
No.
Name
ZONES TABLE
Location
No.
1
28
2
29
3
30
4
31
5
32
6
33
7
34
8
35
9
36
10
37
11
38
12
39
13
40
14
41
15
42
16
43
17
44
18
45
19
46
20
47
21
48
22
49
23
50
24
51
25
52
26
53
27
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