Spectra Control Panels : Programming Guide

Spectra Control Panels : Programming Guide
PROGRAMMING GUIDE
SPECTRA CONTROL PANELS V1.2
1728 AND 1728EX
1758 AND 1758EX
TABLE OF CONTENTS
HOW DO I PROGRAM THE SYSTEM? ................................................................................................................. 4
Single Digit Data Entry Method (Hexadecimal and decimal) ...........................................................................................4
Multiple Feature Select Programming Method ................................................................................................................4
Data Display Mode (LED Keypads Only) .........................................................................................................................5
Paradox Memory Key ......................................................................................................................................................5
ZONE PROGRAMMING ........................................................................................................................................ 6
What is an Expansion Input? ...........................................................................................................................................6
How Do I Program the Zones? ........................................................................................................................................7
SYSTEM TIMERS .................................................................................................................................................. 8
HOW DO I SET THE PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUTS? ......................................................................................... 9
SYSTEM OPTIONS .............................................................................................................................................. 12
SECTION [127]: General Options ..................................................................................................................................12
SECTION [130]: Arming/Disarming Options ..................................................................................................................12
SECTION [132]: Zone Options ......................................................................................................................................13
SECTION [133]: Partition 1 Options ..............................................................................................................................13
SECTION [134]: Partition 2 Options ..............................................................................................................................14
SECTION [135]: Dialer Options .....................................................................................................................................14
SECTION [137]: Event Call Direction ............................................................................................................................14
COMMUNICATION SETTINGS .......................................................................................................................... 15
REPORT CODES ................................................................................................................................................. 16
Arming Report Codes ....................................................................................................................................................16
Disarming Report Codes ...............................................................................................................................................16
Alarm Report Codes ......................................................................................................................................................17
Tamper Report Codes ...................................................................................................................................................17
System Trouble Report Codes ......................................................................................................................................17
Programmable - Ademco Contact ID Report Code List .................................................................................................18
All Codes - Ademco Contact ID Report Code List .........................................................................................................19
SYSTEM SETTINGS ............................................................................................................................................ 20
USER CODE OPTIONS ....................................................................................................................................... 21
LIBERATOR WIRELESS BUS MODULE (SPC-319) .......................................................................................... 22
Wireless Transmitter Assignment (Liberator Only) ........................................................................................................22
Wireless Module Options (Liberator Only) .....................................................................................................................22
PGM Programming (Liberator Only) ..............................................................................................................................23
Serial Number Display ...................................................................................................................................................23
Signal Strength Display .................................................................................................................................................24
Liberator Module (SPC-319) Reset ...............................................................................................................................24
ZONE EXPANSION MODULES (SPC-ZX4/8) ..................................................................................................... 25
SECTION [650]: Options ...............................................................................................................................................25
SECTION [651]: Zone Assignment ................................................................................................................................25
PGM Timer (Zone Module SPC-ZX8 Only) ...................................................................................................................25
PGM Programming (Zone Module SPC-ZX8 Only) .......................................................................................................26
Reset Zone Expansion Module ......................................................................................................................................26
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REMOTE CONTROL PROGRAMMING .............................................................................................................. 27
User Assignment ........................................................................................................................................................... 27
Button Programming ..................................................................................................................................................... 27
Remote Control Assignment (Liberator Only) ................................................................................................................ 28
Remote Control Assignment (1758 and 1758EX Panels Only) ..................................................................................... 28
Reprogram ALL Modules .............................................................................................................................................. 28
Paradox Memory Key .................................................................................................................................................... 28
USER OPERATION ............................................................................................................................................. 29
Trouble Display ............................................................................................................................................................. 29
Partitioning .................................................................................................................................................................... 30
Programming Access Codes ......................................................................................................................................... 30
Disarming & Deactivating an Alarm ............................................................................................................................... 31
Regular Arming ............................................................................................................................................................. 31
Stay Arming ................................................................................................................................................................... 31
Instant Arming ............................................................................................................................................................... 32
Force Arming ................................................................................................................................................................. 32
Manual Bypass Programming ....................................................................................................................................... 32
Bypass Recall Feature .................................................................................................................................................. 33
One-Touch Arming ........................................................................................................................................................ 33
Keyswitch Arming .......................................................................................................................................................... 33
Panic Alarms ................................................................................................................................................................. 33
Auto-Arming .................................................................................................................................................................. 34
Alarm Memory Display .................................................................................................................................................. 34
Programming Chime Zones .......................................................................................................................................... 34
Keypad Muting .............................................................................................................................................................. 34
Quick Function Keys ..................................................................................................................................................... 34
HARDWARE CONNECTIONS ............................................................................................................................. 35
Single Zone Inputs ........................................................................................................................................................ 35
Double Zone Inputs (with ATZ option only) ................................................................................................................... 35
Connecting a Keyswitch ................................................................................................................................................ 36
Connecting Fire Circuits ................................................................................................................................................ 36
PGM Connections ......................................................................................................................................................... 36
Connecting A Liberator Wireless Bus Module (SPC-319) ............................................................................................. 37
Connecting A Zone Expansion Module (SPC-ZX4 and SPC-ZX8) ............................................................................... 37
Spectra 1728 and 1728EX PCB Layout ........................................................................................................................ 38
Spectra 1758 and 1758EX PCB Layout ........................................................................................................................ 39
Connecting More Than Two Keypads ........................................................................................................................... 39
2 Programming Guide
Spectra Series
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HOW DO I PROGRAM THE SYSTEM?
The SpectraTM series control panels can be programmed using the WinLoad Software or by using any keypad connected to
the Spectra control panel. For information on the WinLoad Software, please refer to the Spectra Installation & Reference
Manual. To program the Spectra control panel using a keypad, you must enter the Programming Mode as shown below.
Once a control panel has been programmed, you can use the Paradox Memory Key to copy the contents from the
programmed control panel to one or more control panels (see page 5).
Default Installer Code: 000000 (see section [281] on page 20)
Default System Master Code: 123456 (see section [301] on page 21)
To enter Programming Mode:
STEP 1: Press [ENTER]
STEP 2: Enter your [INSTALLER CODE]
STEP 3: Enter 3 digits of [SECTION] you wish to program
STEP 4: Enter required [DATA]
SINGLE DIGIT DATA ENTRY METHOD (Hexadecimal and Decimal)
Single Digit Data Entry is used in all sections except those specified in Multiple Feature Select Programming Method. After
entering the programming mode as described in the shaded box above, some sections will require that you enter Decimal
values from 000 to 255. Other sections will require that you enter Hexadecimal values from 0 to F. The required data will be
clearly indicated in this manual. When entering the final digit in a section, the control panel will automatically save and
advance to the next section. With the exception of sections 001 to 016, where after entering the first two digits, the control
panel will switch to Multiple Feature Select Programming.
Table 1: Decimal and Hexadecimal Programming Table
Value or Action
What Do I
Press?
Values 1 to 9
A (hexa only)
B (hexa only)
C (hexa only)
D (hexa only)
E (hexa only)
F (hexa only)
Erase Current Digit
Exit Without Saving
Save Data (hexa only)
[1] to [9]
[0]
[STAY]
[BYP]
[MEM]
[TBL] / [TRBL]
[PG] / [FNC1]
[FORCE]
[CLEAR]
[ENTER]
What Do I See?
10-Zone LED
16-Zone LED
LCD
[1] to [9]
[1] to [9]
[1] to [9]
[0 (10)]
[10]
A
[STAY]
[11]
B
[BYP]
[12]
C
[MEM]
[13]
D
[TBL]
[14]
E
[PG]
[15]
F
Displays next digit or next section
[ENTER] flashes [ARM1] & [STAY1] flash “SECTION [
Advances to the next section
]”
MULTIPLE FEATURE SELECT PROGRAMMING METHOD
Sections: [001] to [016], [127] to [138], [302] to [348], [610], [650] to [651]
After entering the programming mode as described in the shaded box above, each option from [1] to [8] will represent a
specific feature or option. Press the key corresponding to the desired option and the corresponding light will illuminate or the
option number will appear in the LCD display. This means the option is on. Press the key again to extinguish the
corresponding light or remove the digit from the LCD display, thereby, turning off the option. Please note that pressing the
[FORCE] key will set all 8 options to “off”. Press the keys as many times as you need until all 8 options in the current section
are set. When the options are set, press the [ENTER] key to save and advance to the next section.
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DATA DISPLAY MODE (LED Keypads Only)
In the Data Display Mode you can view the programmed contents of each section one digit at a time. After entering the
desired 3-digit section (see step 3 of the “To Enter Programming Mode” box on the previous page), press the [ENTER] key to
access the Data Display Mode. This mode will not function with sections using the Multiple Feature Select Programming
Method (see previous page).
PARADOX MEMORY KEY
Copy the programmed contents of one Spectra control panel into the Paradox Memory Key. Then copy the contents of the Paradox
Memory Key into as many Spectra control panels as you need. Each control panel is programmed in less than 3 seconds.
If you use the Memory Key to download to a Spectra 1758 or 1758EX, you will have to reassign the remote
controls (see page 28).
Download to DESTINATION Control Panel
1)Remove AC and battery power from the control panel.
2)Insert the Memory Key onto the serial connector labeled “KEY” on the Spectra control panel to
which you wish to download the contents of the memory key to.
3) Reapply AC and battery power.
4)Enter installer programming mode, enter section [900], then press [ENTER] to acknowledge.
5)When the keypad emits a “confirmation beep”, remove the Memory Key.
Copy to Memory Key from SOURCE Control Panel
1)Remove AC and battery power from the control panel.
2)Insert Memory Key onto the serial connector labeled “KEY” on the Spectra control panel from which
you wish to copy. Make sure the write protect jumper of the Memory Key is on.
3)Reapply AC and battery power.
4)Enter installer programming mode, enter section [902], then press [ENTER] to acknowledge.
5)When the keypad emits a “confirmation beep”, remove the Memory Key. Remove the Memory
Key’s jumper if you do not wish to accidentally overwrite its contents.
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ZONE PROGRAMMING
When programming zones please note that the Spectra control panels’ zone assignment is dependent on where
the detection devices in the system are connected (see Table 2 below).
Table 2: Zone Recognition Table
Device connected to
which input?
Control Panel Input 1 =
Control Panel Input 2 =
Control Panel Input 3 =
Control Panel Input 4 =
Control Panel Input 5 =
1728EX
1758EX
NO ATZ
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
Zone 5
1728
1758
WITH ATZ
Zone 1 & 6
Zone 2 & 7
Zone 3 & 8
Zone 4 & 9
Zone 5 & 10
Keypad Zone 1 =
Keypad Zone 2 =
Zone 6
Zone 7
Zone 11
Zone 12
Expansion Input 1 =
Expansion Input 2 =
Expansion Input 3 =
Expansion Input 4 =
Expansion Input 5 =
Expansion Input 6 =
Expansion Input 7 =
Expansion Input 8 =
Zone 8
Zone 9
Zone 10
Zone 11
Zone 12
Zone 13
Zone 14
Zone 15
Zone 13
Zone 14
Zone 15
Zone 16
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
WHAT IS AN EXPANSION INPUT?
There are a total of eight expansion inputs available. Each hardwired input on a Zone Expansion Module or wireless
transmitter used by the LiberatorTM Wireless Bus Module can be assigned to an expansion input. The expansion inputs can
be used in any combination. For example, you can assign four wireless transmitters as well as 4 hardwire inputs to the
expansion inputs. Regardless of how many expansion modules are being used, the control panel cannot support more
than eight expansion inputs. The expansion module inputs are assigned as follows:
SPC-319 Liberator Wireless Bus Module
Wireless transmitters assigned to sections [601] to [608] of the control panel represent expansion inputs 1 to 8 respectively.
Refer to Wireless Transmitter Assignment on page 22.
SPC-ZX4 and SPC-ZX8 Zone Expansion Module
Detection devices connected to input terminals Z1 to Z4 of the SPC-ZX4 module or Z1 to Z8 of the SPC-ZX8 module,
represent expansion inputs 1 to 8 respectively. Please note that the module’s inputs must be enabled in section [651] of the
control panel. Refer to Zone Assignment on page 25.
Do not assign devices from different modules to the same expansion input. For example, do not assign a
wireless transmitter to section [601], then connect a detection device to input Z1 of the SPC-ZX8 and enable
option [1] in section [651].
6 Programming Guide
HOW DO I PROGRAM THE ZONES?
STEP 1: Press the [ENTER] key
STEP 2: Enter the [INSTALLER CODE] (Default: 000000)
STEP 3: Enter 3-digit [SECTION]
STEP 4: Enter one digit from the Zone Definition table
STEP 5: Enter one digit from the Partition Assignment table
STEP 6: Select one or more options from the Zone Options table
STEP 7: Press the [ENTER] key
Section #
Description
[001] = Zone 1:____________________
Zone Definition
First Digit
____
Partition Assignment
Second Digit
____
Zone Options
Feature Select
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[002] = Zone 2: ____________________
____
____
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[003] = Zone 3: ____________________
____
____
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[004] = Zone 4: ____________________
____
____
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[005] = Zone 5: ____________________
____
____
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[006] = Zone 6: ____________________
____
____
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[007] = Zone 7: ____________________
____
____
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[008] = Zone 8: ____________________
____
____
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[009] = Zone 9: ____________________
____
____
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[010] = Zone 10:____________________
____
____
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[011] = Zone 11:____________________
____
____
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[012] = Zone 12:____________________
____
____
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[013] = Zone 13:____________________
____
____
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[014] = Zone 14:____________________
____
____
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[015] = Zone 15:____________________
____
____
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[016] = Zone 16:____________________
____
____
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Default = Empty
Default = 1
Default = 1 & 2 on
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SYSTEM TIMERS
Section #
Decimal Value (000-255)
Description
Default Value
[050]
[051]
___/___/___ x10 msec.
___/___/___ x10 msec.
ZONE SPEED (ZONE
1)
ZONE SPEED (ZONE 2)
600 msec.
600 msec.
[052]
___/___/___ x10 msec.
ZONE SPEED (ZONE
3)
600 msec.
[053]
___/___/___ x10 msec.
ZONE SPEED (ZONE
4)
600 msec.
[054]
___/___/___ x10 msec.
ZONE SPEED (ZONE
5)
600 msec.
[055]
___/___/___ X10 msec.
ZONE SPEED (ZONE
6)
600 msec.
[056]
___/___/___ X10 msec.
ZONE SPEED (ZONE
7)
600 msec.
[057]
___/___/___ X10 msec.
ZONE SPEED (ZONE
8)
600 msec.
[058]
___/___/___ X10 msec.
ZONE SPEED (ZONE
9)
600 msec.
[059]
___/___/___ x10 msec.
ZONE SPEED (ZONE
10)
600 msec.
[060]
___/___/___ x10 msec.
ZONE SPEED (ZONE
11)
600 msec.
[061]
___/___/___ x10 msec.
ZONE SPEED (ZONE
12)
600 msec.
[062]
___/___/___ x10 msec.
ZONE SPEED (ZONE
13)
600 msec.
[063]
___/___/___ x10 msec.
ZONE SPEED (ZONE
14)
600 msec.
[064]
___/___/___ x10 msec.
ZONE SPEED (ZONE
15)
600 msec.
[065]
___/___/___ x10 msec.
ZONE SPEED (ZONE
16)
600 msec.
NOTE: If ATZ is enabled (section [132], key [5]), do not set the Zone Speed to less than 50msec. as this may cause false alarms.
[066]
___/___/___ seconds (000 = follow stop event)
PGM1 TIMER
5 sec.
[067]
___/___/___ seconds (000 = follow stop event)
PGM2 TIMER (1758/EX ONLY)
5 sec.
[068]
___/___/___ seconds (000 = follow stop event)
GLOBAL PGM TIMER (SEE PAGE
[069]
___/___/___ seconds
ENTRY DELAY
1
45 sec.
[070]
___/___/___ seconds
ENTRY DELAY
2
45 sec.
[071]
___/___/___ seconds
EXIT DELAY
1
[072]
___/___/___ seconds
EXIT DELAY
2
[073]
___/___/___ minutes (000 = no bell on alarm)
BELL CUT-OFF TIME
- PARTITION 1
4 min.
[074]
___/___/___ minutes (000 = no bell on alarm)
BELL CUT-OFF TIME
- PARTITION 2
4 min.
[075]
___/___/___ x15 minutes (000 = disabled)
NO MOVEMENT TIME
- PARTITION 1
Disabled
[076]
___/___/___ x15 minutes (000 = disabled)
NO MOVEMENT TIME
- PARTITION 2
Disabled
[077]
___/___/___ seconds (min.= 10 sec.)
ANS. MACHINE OVERRIDE DELAY
[078]
___/___/___ (000 = no answer; max. = 15 rings) NUMBER OF RINGS
8 rings
[079]
___/___/___ x2 sec. (min.= 32 sec.)
TLM FAIL TIMER
32 sec.
[080]
___/___/___ seconds
DELAY ALARM TRANSMISSION
Disabled
23 & 26) 5 sec.
30 sec.
30 sec.
Disabled
[081]
___/___/___ (000 = 16; max. 16)
MAXIMUM DIALING ATTEMPTS
8 attempts
[082]
___/___/___ seconds
DELAY BETWEEN ATTEMPTS
20 sec.
[083]
___/___/___ seconds
PAGER DELAY
5 sec.
[084]
___/___/___ seconds (min. 10 sec.)
INTELLIZONE DELAY
48 sec.
[085]
___/___/___ seconds
RECENT CLOSING DELAY
No delay
[086]
___/___/___ minutes
POWER FAILURE REPORT DELAY
15 min.
[087]
___/___/___ days (000 = disabled)
AUTO TEST REPORT
Disabled
[088]
___/___/___ (001-127 = +1 to +127 sec.)
CLOCK ADJUST
Disabled
[089]
___/___/___ (000 = Disabled; max. = 15)
AUTO ZONE SHUTDOWN COUNTER
5
[090]
___/___/___ minutes (000 = disabled)
RECYCLE ALARM DELAY
Disabled
[091]
___/___/___ (000 = disabled)
RECYCLE ALARM COUNTER
Disabled
[110]
___/___:___/___Hrs (00-23) & Min. (00-59)
AUTO TEST REPORT (TIME OF DAY)
Disabled
[111]
___/___:___/___Hrs (00-23) & Min. (00-59)
AUTO-ARM TIME
- PARTITION 1
Disabled
[112]
___/___:___/___Hrs (00-23) & Min. (00-59)
AUTO-ARM TIME
- PARTITION 2
Disabled
(128-255 = -1 to -127 sec.)
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HOW DO I SET THE PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUTS?
Example: section [120] = 05 03 02: this means PGM1 will activate whenever partition 2 is Stay Armed.
Section #
Event Group #
Sub-Group #
Partition #
___/___
___/___
___/___
[121] = PGM1 Stop Event
___/___
Can be used as another Start Event if
section [066] is programmed with a
value other than 000.
___/___
___/___
[122] = PGM2 Start Event
___/___
___/___
___/___
[123] = PGM2 Stop Event
___/___
___/___
___/___
[124] = Global PGM Start Event ___/___
___/___
___/___
[125] = Global PGM Stop Event ___/___
Used to activate PGMs on
expansion modules and LCD keypads
(see page 22 and page 25)
___/___
___/___
[120] = PGM1 Start Event
01 = Partition 1
02 = Partition 2
99 = Any Partition
Sub-Groups
proceeded
by
(Partition 1 only) cannot be
assigned to activate in partition 2.
Can be used as another Start Event if
section [067] is programmed with a
value other than 000.
Event Group #
00 = Zone OK
01 = Zone Open
02 = Partition Status
03 = Global Disarm with User Code
04 = Special Global Disarm
05 = Non-Reportable Events
Sub-Group #
01-16 = Zones 1 to 16
99 = Any Zone
01-16 = Zones 1 to 16
99 = Any Zone
00 = System not ready (Partition 1 only)
01 = System ready (Partition 1 only)
02 = Steady Alarm in Partition
03 = Pulsed Alarm in Partition
04 = Pulsed or Steady Alarm in Partition
05 = Alarm in Partition Restored
06 = Bell Squawk Activated (Partition 1 only)
07 = Bell Squawk Deactivated (Partition 1 only)
99 = Any Sub-Group
01-48 = User Code Numbers 001 to 048
99 = Any User Code
00 = Disarm with WinLoad Software
01 = Disarm with Keyswitch
99 = Any Sub-Group
00 = Telephone Line Trouble (Partition 1 only)
01 = [PG] or [FNC1] key was pressed (Partition 1 only)
02 = Instant Arming
03 = Stay Arming
04 = Force Arming
05 = Fast Exit (Force & Regular Only)
06 = PC Fail to Communicate (Partition 1 only)
07 = Midnight (Partition 1 only)
08 = Ground start (Partition 1 only)
99 = Any Sub-Group (Partition 1 only, except 02 to 05)
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Event Group #
06 = Arm/Disarm with Remote Control
07 = Button Pressed on Remote (see
button option “B” on page 27)
08 = Button Pressed on Remote (see
button option “C” on page 27)
09 = Button Pressed on Remote (see
button option “D” on page 27)
10 = Bypass Programming
11 = User Activated PGM
12 = Zone with Delay Transmission
Option Enabled is Breached
13 = Arm with User Code
14 = Special Arm
15 = Disarm with User Code
16 = Disarm After Alarm w/ User Code
17 = Cancel Alarm with User Code
18 = Special Disarm
19 = Zone Bypassed on Arming
20 = Zone in Alarm
21 = Fire Alarm
22 = Zone Alarm Restore
23 = Fire Alarm Restore
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Sub-Group #
01-08 = Remote Controls 1 to 8
99 = Any Remote Control
01-08 = Remote Controls 1 to 8
99 = Any Remote Control
01-08 = Remote Controls 1 to 8
99 = Any Remote Control
01-08 = Remote Controls 1 to 8
99 = Any Remote Control
01-48 = User Code Numbers 001 to 048
99 = Any User Code
01-48 = User Code Numbers 001 to 048
99 = Any User Code
01-16 = Zones 1 to 16
99 = Any Zone
01-48 = User Code Numbers 001 to 048
99 = Any User Code
00 = Auto Arming (timed/no movement)
01 = Late to Close (auto arming failed)
02 = No Movement Auto Arming
03 = Partial Arming (stay, force, instant, bypass)
04 = One-Touch Arming
05 = Arm with WinLoad Software
06 = Arm with Keyswitch
99 = Any Sub-Group
01-48 = User Code Numbers 001 to 048
99 = Any User Code
01-48 = User Code Numbers 001 to 048
99 = Any User Code
01-48 = User Code Numbers 001 to 048
99 = Any User Code
00 = Cancel Auto Arm (timed/no movement)
01 = Disarm with WinLoad Software
02 = Disarm with Keyswitch
03 = Reserved for Future Use
04 = Disarm after alarm with WinLoad Software
05 = Disarm after alarm with Keyswitch
06 = Cancel Alarm with WinLoad Software
07 = Cancel Alarm with Keyswitch
99 = Any Sub-Group
01-16 = Zones 1 to 16
99 = Any Zone
01-16 = Zones 1 to 16
99 = Any Zone
03 = Zone 3
99 = Any Zone
01-16 = Zones 1 to 16
99 = Any Zone
03 = Zone 3
99 = Any Zone
Event Group #
24 = Special Alarm
25 = Auto Zone Shutdown
26 = Zone Tamper
27 = Zone Tamper Restore
28 = System Trouble
29 = System Trouble Restore
30 = Special Reporting
31 = Wireless Transmitter Supervision Loss
32 = Wireless Transmitter Supervision Loss Restore
Sub-Group #
00 = Emergency Panic
01 = Auxiliary Panic
02 = Fire Panic
03 = Recent Closing
04 = Auto Zone Shutdown
05 = Duress Alarm
99 = Any Sub-Group
01-16 = Zones 1 to 16
99 = Any Zone
01-16 = Zones 1 to 16
99 = Any Zone
01-16 = Zones 1 to 16
99 = Any Zone
01 = AC Loss: only after Power Failure Delay has elapsed
(Partition 1 only)
02 = Battery Failure (Partition 1 only)
03 = Auxiliary current overload (Partition 1 only)
04 = Bell current overload (Partition 1 only)
05 = Bell disconnected (Partition 1 only)
06 = Timer Loss (Partition 1 only)
07 = Fire Loop Trouble (Partition 1 only)
08 = Wireless Transmitter Low Battery (Partition 1 only)
09 = Module Fault (Partition 1 only)
10 = Printer Fault (Partition 1 only)
11 = Fail to Communicate (Partition 1 only)
99 = Any Sub-Group (Partition 1 only)
00 = TLM restore (Partition 1 only)
01 = AC Loss restore (Partition 1 only)
02 = Battery Failure restore (Partition 1 only)
03 = Auxiliary current overload restore (Partition 1 only)
04 = Bell current overload restore (Partition 1 only)
05 = Bell disconnected restore (Partition 1 only)
06 = Timer Programmed (Partition 1 only)
07 = Fire Loop Trouble restore (Partition 1 only)
08 = Wireless Transmitter Low Battery restore (Partition 1 only)
09 = Module Fault restore (Partition 1 only)
10 = Printer Fault restore (Partition 1 only)
11 = Fail to Communicate restore (Partition 1 only)
99 = Any Trouble Restore (Partition 1 only)
00 = System Power Up (Partition 1 only)
01 = Test Report (Partition 1 only)
02 = WinLoad Software Access (Partition 1 only)
03 = WinLoad Software Access finish (Partition 1 only)
04 = Installer enters programming mode (Partition 1 only)
05 = Installer exits programming mode (Partition 1 only)
99 = Any Sub-Group (Partition 1 only)
01-16 = Zones 1 to 16
99 = Any Zone
01-16 = Zones 1 to 16
99 = Any Zone
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SYSTEM OPTIONS
Bold = Default Setting
SECTION [127]: General Options
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
Partitioning
Access Code Length
Keypad Audible Trouble Warning
Lock System Master Code
Battery Charge Current
User Code 048 is a Duress Code
Alarm Relay follows (1758/EX only)
Normal State of PGM1
OFF
l Disabled
l 6-digits
l Disabled
l Disabled
l 350mA
l Disabled
l Bell Output
l Normally Closed (N.C.)
ON
l Enabled
l 4-digits
l Enabled
l Enabled
l 700mA
l Enabled
l Global PGM
l Normally Open
OFF
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Silent
l Silent
l Silent
l Disabled
l Disabled
ON
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Audible
l Audible
l Fire
l Enabled
l Enabled
OFF
l Steady
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l N/A
l Normally Closed (N.C.)
ON
l Pulse (flash)
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Enabled
l N/A
l Normally Open
OFF
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
ON
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Enabled
SECTION [128]: General Options
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
Panic 1: Keys [1] & [3]
Panic 2: Keys [4] & [6]
Panic 3: Keys [7] & [9]
Panic 1: Silent or Audible
Panic 2: Silent or Audible
Panic 3: Silent or Fire
Keypad 1 Tamper Supervision
Keypad 2 Tamper Supervision
SECTION [129]: General Options
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
PGM2 Output Activation Option*
PGM2 Pulse Once Every 30sec. If System Armed*
PGM2 Pulse On Arm, Twice On Disarm*
SPC-ZX4/8 Zone Expansion Module Supervision
SPC-319 Wireless Module Supervision
SPC-319 Wireless Module Low Battery Super.
Future Use
Normal State of PGM2
*1758 and 1758EX only
SECTION [130]: Arming/Disarming Options
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
One-Touch Regular Arming
One-Touch Stay Arming
One-Touch Force Arming
One-Touch Bypass Programming
Restrict Arming on Battery Failure
Restrict Arming on Tamper Trouble
Bell Squawk on Arm/Disarm with Keypad
Beep on Exit Delay
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Bold = Default Setting
SECTION [131]: Arming/Disarming Options
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
Report Disarming
Regular Arming Switches to Force Arming
Bell Squawk on Arm/Disarm with Remote Control
(must be enabled for UL installations)
No Exit Delay When Arming with a Remote Control
No Exit Delay Beeps and No Bell Squawk When
Stay Arming
Restrict Arming On Wireless Transmitter
Supervision Loss
Generate Supervision Loss if Detected on
Bypassed Wireless Zone
Normal State of Global PGM
OFF
l Always
l Disabled
l Disabled
ON
l Only after alarm
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Disabled
l Enabled
l Yes
l No
l Normally Closed (N.C.)
l Normally Open
OFF
l see table
l see table
ON
l see table
l see table
l Yes
l No EOL
l Disabled
l On Bell Cut-off
l see table
l see table
l No
l Use EOL Resistors
l Enabled
l On Zone Closure
l see table
l see table
OFF
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Regular Arming
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
l Disabled
l N/A
ON
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Stay Arming
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
l Enabled
l N/A
SECTION [132]: Zone Options
Option
[1]&[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]&[8]
Generate Tamper if detected on Bypassed Zone
EOL (end-of-line) Resistors
ATZ Zone Doubling (optional)
Report Zone Restore
SECTION [133]: Partition 1 Options
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
Auto-Arm on Time
Auto-Arm on No Movement
Auto Arming = Regular or Stay
Future Use
Future Use
Future Use
Switch to Stay Arming if no entry delay is opened
Future Use
Spectra Series
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Bold = Default Setting
SECTION [134]: Partition 2 Options
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
Auto-Arm on Time
Auto-Arm on No Movement
Auto Arming = Regular or Stay
Future Use
Future Use
Future Use
Switch to Stay Arming if no entry delay is opened
Future Use
OFF
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Regular Arming
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
l Disabled
l N/A
ON
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Stay Arming
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
l Enabled
l N/A
OFF
l see table
l see table
ON
l see table
l see table
l Disabled
l Pulse Dialing
l 1:2 (Europe)
l Disabled
l N/A
l N/A
l Enabled
l Tone (DTMF) Dialing
l 1:1.5 (North America)
l Enabled
l N/A
l N/A
OFF
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Programmable
l Disabled
l Continue after 4 sec.
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
ON
l Enabled
l Enabled
l All Codes (automatic)
l Enabled
l Hang-up after 16 sec.
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
OFF
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l N/A
l N/A
ON
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Enabled
l N/A
l N/A
SECTION [135]: Dialer Options
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
Reporting
Dialing Method
Pulse Ratio
If armed, activate bell output on Com. Failure
Future Use
Future Use
SECTION [136]: Dialer Options
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
Call Back
Automatic Event Buffer Transmission
Contact I.D. Report Codes
Alternate Dial
If no dial tone is present
Future Use
Future Use
Future Use
SECTION [137]: Event Call Direction
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
Call Telephone #1 for Arming/Disarming Report Codes
Call Telephone #2 for Arming/Disarming Report Codes
Call Telephone #1 for Alarm/Restore Report Codes
Call Telephone #2 for Alarm/Restore Report Codes
Call Telephone #1 for Tamper/Restore Report Codes
Call Telephone #2 for Tamper/Restore Report Codes
Future Use
Future Use
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Bold = Default Setting
SECTION [138]: Event Call Direction
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
Call Telephone #1 for Trouble/Restore Report Codes
Call Telephone #2 for Trouble/Restore Report Codes
Call Telephone #1 for Special Report Codes
Call Telephone #2 for Special Report Codes
Future Use
Future Use
Future Use
Future Use
OFF
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
ON
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Enabled
l Enabled
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
COMMUNICATION SETTINGS
Section #
[140] ___/___
REPORTING FORMATS
1 = ADEMCO SLOW (1400HZ, 1900HZ, 10BPS)
2 = SILENT KNIGHT FAST (1400HZ, 1900HZ, 20BPS)
3 = SESCOA (2300HZ, 1800HZ, 20BPS)
4 = ADEMCO EXPRESS (DTMF 4+2)
5 = ADEMCO CONTACT ID (DEFAULT) ALSO, SEE OPTION [3] IN SECTION [136]
6 = PAGER FORMAT
TEL1 TEL2
If Hexadecimals (0 to FF) are used to program the report codes, verify that the pager also supports
Hexadecimals. If the pager does not support Hexadecimals, use only the digits 0 to 9.
[141] ___/___/___/___
[142] ___/___/___/___
(WINLOAD SOFTWARE)
(WINLOAD SOFTWARE)
PANEL IDENTIFIER
PC PASSWORD
IMPORTANT NOTE: To enter account numbers with less than four digits, use the [FORCE] key to enter blank digits.
[143] ___/___/___/___
[144] ___/___/___/___
PARTITION ACCOUNT NUMBER 1
PARTITION ACCOUNT NUMBER 2
[150] __/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__
PC TELEPHONE NUMBER FOR WINLOAD SOFTWARE (32-DIGITS, if less than 32 press [ENTER] to accept)
[151] __/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__
CENTRAL STATION TELEPHONE OR PAGER NUMBER 1 (32-DIGITS, if less than 32 press [ENTER] to accept)
[152] __/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__
CENTRAL STATION TELEPHONE OR PAGER NUMBER 2 (32-DIGITS, if less than 32 press [ENTER] to accept)
[153] __/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__
BACK UP TELEPHONE NUMBER (32-DIGITS, if less than 32 press [ENTER] to accept)
Special Keys for Telephone Numbers
[STAY] = *
[MEM] = Switch from pulse to tone dialing or vice versa
[FORCE] = Delete current digit
[BYP] = #
[TBL] or [TRBL] = 4-second pause
[PG] or [FNC1] = Inserts Blank Space
Spectra Series
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REPORT CODES
Each section contains report codes for up to 4 events:
Ademco Slow, Silent Knight, SESCOA, Ademco Express and Pager Formats: Enter desired 1 or 2-digit hexa-value (0-F)
Ademco “All Codes” Format: The control panel automatically generates report codes from the “All Codes - Ademco Report Code List” on page 19.
Ademco “Programmable” Format: Enter desired 2-digit hexa values from the “Programmable - Ademco Report Code List” on page 18. Also Note that
entering FF will set the report code to the default Ademco Report Code.
ARMING REPORT CODES
[160]: __ /__ Access code 1
__ /__ Access code 2
__ /__ Access code 3
__ /__ Access code 4
[165]: __ /__ Access code 21
__ /__ Access code 22
__ /__ Access code 23
__ /__ Access code 24
[170]: __ /__ Access code 41
__ /__ Access code 42
__ /__ Access code 43
__ /__ Access code 44
[161]: __ /__ Access code 5
__ /__ Access code 6
__ /__ Access code 7
__ /__ Access code 8
[166]: __ /__ Access code 25
__ /__ Access code 26
__ /__ Access code 27
__ /__ Access code 28
[171]: __ /__ Access code 45
__ /__ Access code 46
__ /__ Access code 47
__ /__ Access code 48
[162]: __ /__ Access code 9
__ /__ Access code 10
__ /__ Access code 11
__ /__ Access code 12
[167]: __ /__ Access code 29
__ /__ Access code 30
__ /__ Access code 31
__ /__ Access code 32
SPECIAL ARMING CODES
[172]: __ /__ Auto-Arming
__ /__ Late to close
__ /__ No Movement
__ /__ Partial Arming
[163]: __ /__ Access code 13
__ /__ Access code 14
__ /__ Access code 15
__ /__ Access code 16
[168]: __ /__ Access code 33
__ /__ Access code 34
__ /__ Access code 35
__ /__ Access code 36
[164]: __ /__ Access code 17
__ /__ Access code 18
__ /__ Access code 19
__ /__ Access code 20
[169]: __ /__ Access code 37
__ /__ Access code 38
__ /__ Access code 39
__ /__ Access code 40
[173]: __ /__ Quick Arming
__ /__ Arming via PC
__ /__ Keyswitch Arming
__ /__ N/A
DISARMING REPORT CODES
[174]: __ /__ Access code 1
__ /__ Access code 2
__ /__ Access code 3
__ /__ Access code 4
[179]: __ /__ Access code 21
__ /__ Access code 22
__ /__ Access code 23
__ /__ Access code 24
[184]: __ /__ Access code 41
__ /__ Access code 42
__ /__ Access code 43
__ /__ Access code 44
[175]: __ /__ Access code 5
__ /__ Access code 6
__ /__ Access code 7
__ /__ Access code 8
[180]: __ /__ Access code 25
__ /__ Access code 26
__ /__ Access code 27
__ /__ Access code 28
[185]: __ /__ Access code 45
__ /__ Access code 46
__ /__ Access code 47
__ /__ Access code 48
[176]: __ /__ Access code 9
__ /__ Access code 10
__ /__ Access code 11
__ /__ Access code 12
[181]: __ /__ Access code 29
__ /__ Access code 30
__ /__ Access code 31
__ /__ Access code 32
SPECIAL DISARMING CODES
[186]: __ /__ Cancel Auto-Arm
__ /__ Disarming via PC
__ /__ Keyswitch Disarm
__ /__ N/A
[177]: __ /__ Access code 13
__ /__ Access code 14
__ /__ Access code 15
__ /__ Access code 16
[182]: __ /__ Access code 33
__ /__ Access code 34
__ /__ Access code 35
__ /__ Access code 36
[178]: __ /__ Access code 17
__ /__ Access code 18
__ /__ Access code 19
__ /__ Access code 20
[183]: __ /__ Access code 37
__ /__ Access code 38
__ /__ Access code 39
__ /__ Access code 40
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ALARM REPORT CODES
ALARM
[187]: __ /__ Zone 1
__ /__ Zone 2
__ /__ Zone 3
__ /__ Zone 4
RESTORE
[191]: __ /__ Zone 1
__ /__ Zone 2
__ /__ Zone 3
__ /__ Zone 4
SPECIAL
[195]: __ /__ Emergency Panic
__ /__ Auxiliary Panic
__ /__ Fire Panic
__ /__ Recent Closing
[188]: __ /__ Zone 5
__ /__ Zone 6
__ /__ Zone 7
__ /__ Zone 8
[192]: __ /__ Zone 5
__ /__ Zone 6
__ /__ Zone 7
__ /__ Zone 8
[196]: __ /__ Zone Shutdown
__ /__ Duress
__ /__ N/A
__ /__ N/A
[189]: __ /__ Zone 9
__ /__ Zone 10
__ /__ Zone 11
__ /__ Zone 12
[193]: __ /__ Zone 9
__ /__ Zone 10
__ /__ Zone 11
__ /__ Zone 12
[190]: __ /__ Zone 13
__ /__ Zone 14
__ /__ Zone 15
__ /__ Zone 16
[194]: __ /__ Zone 13
__ /__ Zone 14
__ /__ Zone 15
__ /__ Zone 16
TAMPER REPORT CODES
TROUBLE
[197]: __ /__ Zone 1
__ /__ Zone 2
__ /__ Zone 3
__ /__ Zone 4
[200]: __ /__ Zone 13
__ /__ Zone 14
__ /__ Zone 15
__ /__ Zone 16
[203]: __ /__ Zone 9
__ /__ Zone 10
__ /__ Zone 11
__ /__ Zone 12
[198]: __ /__ Zone 5
__ /__ Zone 6
__ /__ Zone 7
__ /__ Zone 8
RESTORE
[201]: __ /__ Zone 1
__ /__ Zone 2
__ /__ Zone 3
__ /__ Zone 4
[204]: __ /__ Zone 13
__ /__ Zone 14
__ /__ Zone 15
__ /__ Zone 16
[199]: __ /__ Zone 9
__ /__ Zone 10
__ /__ Zone 11
__ /__ Zone 12
[202]: __ /__ Zone 5
__ /__ Zone 6
__ /__ Zone 7
__ /__ Zone 8
SYSTEM TROUBLE REPORT CODES
SYSTEM TROUBLE
[205]: __ /__ N/A
__ /__ AC Failure
__ /__ Battery Failure
__ /__ Auxiliary Supply
RESTORE
[208]: __ /__ TLM
__ /__ AC Failure
__ /__ Battery Failure
__ /__ Auxiliary Supply
SPECIAL
[211]: __ /__ Cold Start (Shutdown)
__ /__ Test Report
__ /__ PC Call Back
__ /__ PC Access
[206]: __ /__ Bell Output Overload
__ /__ Bell Output Disconnect
__ /__ Timer Loss
__ /__ Fire Loop Trbl
[209]: __ /__ Bell Output Overload
__ /__ Bell Output Disconnect
__ /__ Timer Programmed
__ /__ Fire Loop Trbl
[212]: __ /__ Installer In
__ /__ Installer Out
__ /__ N/A
__ /__ N/A
[207]: __ /__ Wireless Low Battery
__ /__ Module Fault
__ /__ Printer Fault
__ /__ Fail to Communicate
[210]: __ /__ Wireless Low Battery
__ /__ Module Fault
__ /__ Printer Fault
__ /__ N/A
[213]: __ /__ TX Supervision Loss
__ /__ TX Supervision Restore
__ /__ N/A
__ /__ N/A
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PROGRAMMABLE - ADEMCO CONTACT ID REPORT CODE LIST
If using the Ademco Contact ID Programmable code format, enter the 2-digit hexadecimal value from the table below (Prog.
Value) into sections [160] to [213] to program the desired report codes. To enter a 0 value press the [FORCE] key.
CID#
Reporting
Code
Prog.
Value
MEDICAL ALARMS - 100
CID#
Reporting
Code
Prog.
Value
CID#
Reporting
Code
Prog.
Value
204
Low Water Level
2F
403
Automatic O/C
5D
100
Medical Alarm
01
205
Pump Activated
30
404
Late to O/C
5E
101
Pendant Transmitter
02
206
Pump Failure
31
405
Deferred
5F
102
Fail to Report In
03
406
Cancel
60
FIRE ALARMS - 110
SYSTEM TROUBLES - 300 & 310
300
System Trouble
32
407
Remote Arm/Disarm
61
110
Fire Alarm
04
301
AC Loss
33
408
Quick Arm
62
111
Smoke
05
302
Low System Battery
34
409
Keyswitch O/C
63
112
Combustion
06
303
RAM Checksum Bad
35
113
Water Flow
07
304
ROM Checksum Bad
36
411
Callback Request Made
64
114
Heat
08
305
System Reset
37
412
Success - Download Access
65
115
Pull Station
09
306
Panel Program Changed
38
413
Unsuccessful Access
66
116
Duct
0A
307
Self-Test Failure
39
414
System Shutdown
67
117
Flame
0B
308
System Shutdown
3A
415
Dialer Shutdown
68
118
Near Alarm
0C
309
Battery Test Failure
3B
310
Ground Fault
3C
PANIC ALARMS - 120
ACCESS CONTROL - 420
421
Access Denied
69
422
Access Report By User
6A
120
Panic Alarm
0D
121
Duress
0E
320
Sounder Relay
3D
SYSTEM DISABLES - 500 & 510
122
Silent
0F
321
Bell 1
3E
SOUNDER RELAY DISABLES - 520
123
Audible
10
322
Bell 2
3F
520
Sounder/Relay Disabled
6B
323
Alarm Relay
40
521
Bell 1 Disable
6C
BURGLAR ALARMS - 130
SOUNDER/RELAY TROUBLES - 320
REMOTE ACCESS - 410
130
Burglary
11
324
Trouble Relay
41
522
Bell 2 Disable
6D
131
Perimeter
12
325
Reversing
42
523
Alarm Relay Disable
6E
132
Interior
13
524
Trouble Relay Disable
6F
133
24-Hour
14
330
System Peripheral
43
525
Reversing Relay Disable
70
134
Entry/Exit
15
331
Polling Loop Open
44
SYSTEM PERIPHERAL DISABLES - 530 & 540
135
Day/Night
16
332
Polling Loop Short
45
COMMUNICATION DISABLES - 550 & 560
136
Outdoor
17
333
Exp. Module Failure
46
551
Dialer Disabled
71
137
Tamper
18
334
Repeater Failure
47
552
Radio xmitter Disabled
72
138
Near Alarm
19
335
Local Printer Paper Out
48
336
Local Printer Failure
49
GENERAL ALARMS - 140
SYSTEM PERIPHERAL TROUBLES - 330 & 340
BYPASSES - 570
570
Zone Bypass
73
571
Fire Bypass
74
4A
572
24-Hour Zone Bypass
75
Telco Fault 1
4B
573
Burg. Bypass
76
352
Telco Fault 2
4C
574
Group Bypass
77
1E
353
Long Range Radio
4D
1F
354
Fail to Communicate
4E
601
Manual Trigger Test
355
Loss of Radio Supervision
4F
602
Periodic Test Report
79
356
Loss of Central Polling
50
603
Periodic RF Xmission
7A
140
General Alarm
1A
141
Polling Loop Open
1B
350
Communication
142
Polling Loop Short
1C
351
143
Expansion Module Failure
1D
144
Sensor Tamper
145
Expansion Module Tamper
24-HOUR NON-BURGLARY - 150 & 160
COMMUNICATION TROUBLES - 350 & 360
TEST/MISC. - 600
78
150
24-Hour Non-Burglary
20
151
Gas Detected
21
604
Fire Test
7B
152
Refrigeration
22
370
Protection Loop
51
605
Status Report to Follow
7C
153
Loss of Heat
23
371
Protection Loop Open
52
606
Listen-in to Follow
7D
154
Water Leakage
24
372
Protection Loop short
53
607
Walk Test Mode
7E
155
Foil Break
25
373
Fire Trouble
54
621
Event Log Reset
7F
156
Day Trouble
26
622
Event Log 50% Full
80
157
Low Bottled Gas Level
27
380
Sensor Trouble
55
623
Event Log 90% Full
81
158
High Temp
28
381
Loss of Super. -RF
56
624
Event Log Overflow
82
159
Low Temp
29
382
Loss of Super. - RPM
57
625
Time/Date Reset
83
161
Loss of Air Flow
2A
383
Sensor Tamper
58
626
Time/Date Inaccurate
84
384
RF xmtr. Low Battery
59
627
Program Mode Entry
85
628
Program Mode Exit
86
631
Exception Schedule Change
87
FIRE SUPERVISORY - 200 & 210
PROTECTION LOOP TROUBLES - 370
SENSOR TROUBLES - 380
200
Fire Supervisory
2B
201
Low Water Pressure
2C
400
Open/Close
5A
202
Low CO2
2D
401
O/C by User
5B
203
Gate Valve Sensor
2E
402
Group O/C
5C
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OPEN/CLOSE - 400
ALL CODES - ADEMCO CONTACT ID REPORT CODE LIST
System Event
Arming with Keyswitch (##)
Default Contact ID Report Code
when option [3] is on in section [136]
3 4A1 - Close by user
3 4A1 - Close by user
3 4A9 - Keyswitch Close
Auto Arming
3 4A3 - Automatic Close
Arm with PC software
3 4A7 - Remote arm/disarm
Late To Close
3 4A4 - Late to Close
No Movement
3 4A4 - Late to Close
Partial arming
1 574 - Group bypass
Quick arming
3 408 - Quick arm
Disarm with Master Code (##)
1 4A1 - Open by user
Disarm with User Code (##)
1 4A1 - Open by user
Disarm with Keyswitch (##)
1 4A9 - Keyswitch Open
Disarm after alarm with Master Code (##)
1 4A1 - Open by user
Disarm after alarm with User Code (##)
1 4A1 - Open by user
Disarm after alarm with Keyswitch (##)
1 4A9 - Keyswitch Open
Auto Arming Cancellation
1 4A5 - Deferred Open/Close
Disarm with PC software
1 4A7 - Remote arm/disarm
Disarm after an alarm with PC software
1 4A7 - Remote arm/disarm
Zone Bypassed (##)
1 57A - Zone bypass
Zone alarm (##)
1 13A - Burglary Alarm
Fire alarm (##)
1 11A - Fire alarm
Zone alarm restore (##)
3 13A - Burglary Alarm Restore
Fire alarm restore (##)
3 11A - Fire alarm Restore
Panic 1 - Emergency
1 12A - Panic alarm
Panic 2 - Medical
1 1AA - Medical alarm
Panic 3 - Fire
1 115 - Pull Station
Recent closing
3 4AA - Open/Close
Global zone shutdown
1 574 - Group bypass
Duress alarm
1 121 - Duress
Zone shutdown (##)
1 57A - Zone bypass
Zone tampered (##)
1 144 - Sensor tamper
Zone tamper restore (##)
3 144 - Sensor tamper restore
AC Failure
1 3A1 - AC loss
Battery Failure
1 3A9 - Battery test failure
Auxiliary supply trouble
1 3AA - System trouble
Bell output current limit
1 321 - Bell 1
Bell absent
1 321 - Bell 1
Arming with Master Code (##)
Arming with User Code (##)
Spectra Series
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System Event
Fail to communicate with central station
Default Contact ID Report Code
when option [3] is on in section [136]
1 626 - Time/Date inaccurate
1 373 - Fire trouble
1 384 - RF xmtr. low battery
1 381 - Loss of super. - RF
1 333 - Expansion module failure
1 336 - Local printer failure
1 354 - Fail to communicate
TLM trouble restore
3 351 - Telco 1 fault restore
AC Failure restore
3 3A1 - AC loss restore
Battery Failure restore
3 3A9 - Battery test restore
Auxiliary supply trouble restore
3 3AA - System trouble restore
Bell output current limit restore
3 321 - Bell 1 restore
Bell absent restore
3 321 - Bell 1 restore
Clock programmed
3 626 - Time/Date Reset
Fire loop trouble restore
3 373 - Fire trouble restore
Wireless Transmitter Low Battery
3 384 - RF xmtr. low battery
Wireless Transmitter Supervision Loss
3 381 - Loss of super. - RF
Module fault restore
3 333 - Expansion module failure restore
Printer fault restore
3 336 - Local printer failure restore
Fail to communicate with central station
3 354 - Fail to communicate restore
Cold Start
1 3A8 - System shutdown
Test Report engaged
1 6A2 - Periodic test report
PC software communication finished
1 412 - Successful - download access
Installer on site
1 627 - Program mode Entry
Installer programming finished
1 628 - Program mode Exit
Clock lost
Fire loop trouble
Wireless Transmitter Low Battery
Wireless Transmitter Supervision Loss
Module fault
Printer fault
SYSTEM SETTINGS
Section #
[280] __/__:__/__
Description
SYSTEM REAL TIME CLOCK (HH:MM)
[281] __/__/__/__/__/__
INSTALLER CODE
Default: 000000
[282] __/__/__
INSTALLER CODE LOCK Default: 000 (147 to lock, 000 to unlock)
IMPORTANT NOTE: If the Access Code Length is changed from four digits to six digits when access codes have
already been programmed, the control panel will automatically add the last 2 digits by using the first 2 digits.
For example, if the access code is 1234 and you switch to 6 digits, the code will become 123412. Be sure to
verify the access codes after switching from 4-digit access codes to 6-digit codes. When switching from six digits to four digits, the control panel will simply remove the final two digits of the access code. For example,
123456 will become 1234.
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USER CODE OPTIONS
[301]
__/__/__/__/__/__
SYSTEM MASTER CODE
(see note on preceding page) Default: 123456
[1] on = Partition 1 Access
[2] on = Partition 2 Access
[3] on = Bypass Programming
[4] on = Stay Arming
[5] on = Force Arming
[6] on = Arm Only
[7] on = PGM Activation Only
[8] on = Not Used
off = Option Disabled
Section #
User Code Options (on/off)
Section #
User Code Options (on/off)
Default:
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Default:
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[302] Master Code 1
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[325] User Code 025
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[303] Master Code 2
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[326] User Code 026
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[304] User Code 004
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[327] User Code 027
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[305] User Code 005
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[328] User Code 028
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[306] User Code 006
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[329] User Code 029
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[307] User Code 007
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[330] User Code 030
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[308] User Code 008
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[331] User Code 031
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[309] User Code 009
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[332] User Code 032
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[310] User Code 010
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[333] User Code 033
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[311] User Code 011
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[334] User Code 034
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[312] User Code 012
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[335] User Code 035
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[313] User Code 013
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[336] User Code 036
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[314] User Code 014
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[337] User Code 037
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[315] User Code 015
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[338] User Code 038
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[316] User Code 016
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[339] User Code 039
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[317] User Code 017
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[340] User Code 040
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[318] User Code 018
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[341] User Code 041
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[319] User Code 019
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[342] User Code 042
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[320] User Code 020
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[343] User Code 043
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[321] User Code 021
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[344] User Code 044
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[322] User Code 022
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[345] User Code 045
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[323] User Code 023
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[346] User Code 046
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[324] User Code 024
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[347] User Code 047
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
[348] User Code 048
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
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LIBERATOR WIRELESS BUS MODULE (SPC-319)
The following options and features are only available to program when a Liberator Wireless Bus Module has
been connected to the Spectra control panel’s communication bus as shown on page 37. The Liberator Wireless
Bus Module (SPC-319) allows you to add up to eight fully programmable remote controls and up to eight Liberator
Wireless Detectors and Contact Switches (door contacts). The SPC-319 also provides one programmable 5A
relay (PGM). A second 5A programmable relay (PGM) is available as an option.
The Liberator Wireless Bus Module does not function with the Spectra 1758 and 1758EX control panels. Do
not connect more than one Liberator Module.
WIRELESS TRANSMITTER ASSIGNMENT (Liberator Only)
The serial number can be located on the inside of the transmitter or you can use the Serial Number Display (see page 23).
Use the Liberator Wireless Motion Detectors (Model# 9002) and the Liberator Contact Switches (Model# 9020).
Section #
Serial #
[601]
___/___/___/___/___/___EXPANSION INPUT 1=
[602]
___/___/___/___/___/___EXPANSION INPUT 2=
[603]
___/___/___/___/___/___EXPANSION INPUT 3=
[604]
___/___/___/___/___/___EXPANSION INPUT 4=
[605]
___/___/___/___/___/___EXPANSION INPUT 5=
[606]
___/___/___/___/___/___EXPANSION INPUT 6=
[607]
___/___/___/___/___/___EXPANSION INPUT 7=
[608]
___/___/___/___/___/___EXPANSION INPUT 8=
WARNING!
Avoid assigning devices from different modules to the same Expansion Input. For example, do not assign a wireless transmitter to section [601], then connect a detection device to input 1 of a hardwire module and enable option [1] in section
[651]. This would mean both devices have been assigned to the same Expansion Input.
WIRELESS MODULE OPTIONS (Liberator Only)
Bold = Default Setting
SECTION [610]: General Options
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
Wireless Transmitter Supervision
Supervision Timer Setting
(must be same as the transmitter’s jumper setting)
PGM1 on Liberator follows Global PGM
programmed in sections [124] & [125]
PGM2 on Liberator follows Global PGM
programmed in sections [124] & [125]
Future Use
Future Use
Future Use
Future Use
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OFF
l Disabled
l Low = Every 12 hours
ON
l Enabled
l High = Every 12 minutes
l Disabled
l Enabled
l Disabled
l Enabled
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
Section #
Decimal Value (000-255)
Description
Default Value
[615]
___/___/___ (001-008 = expansion inputs 1-8)
ZONE ASSIGNMENT FOR ON-BOARD TAMPER
000
[616]
___/___/___ seconds (000 = follow stop event)
PGM1 TIMER(LIBERATOR)
5 sec.
[617]
___/___/___ seconds (000 = follow stop event)
PGM2 TIMER (LIBERATOR)
5 sec.
PGM PROGRAMMING (Liberator Only)
The system will ignore sections [620] and [621] if PGM1 has been programmed to follow the Global PGM.
The system will ignore sections [622] and [623] if PGM2 has been programmed to follow the Global PGM.
Refer to options [3] and [4] in section [610] on page 22.
Section #
Event Group #
Sub-Group #
Partition #
___/___
___/___
___/___
[621] = PGM1 Stop Event
___/___
Can be used as another Start Event if
section [616] is greater than 000.
___/___
___/___
[622] = PGM2 Start Event
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
[620] = PGM1 Start Event
___/___
[623] = PGM2 Stop Event
___/___
Can be used as another Start Event if
section [617] is greater than 000.
Event Group #
Sub-Group #
Partition #
40 = Wireless Zone Opened
41 = Wireless Zone Closed
42 = Wireless Tamper Opened
43 = Wireless Tamper Closed
44 = Wireless Zone - Low Battery
45 = Wireless Zone -Battery Restore
46 = Wireless Zone - Supervision Failure
47 = Wireless Zone - Supervision Restore
01 = Expansion Input 1 - Section [601]
02 = Expansion Input 2 - Section [602]
03 = Expansion Input 3 - Section [603]
04 = Expansion Input 4 - Section [604]
05 = Expansion Input 5 - Section [605]
06 = Expansion Input 6 - Section [606]
07 = Expansion Input 7 - Section [607]
08 = Expansion Input 8 - Section [608]
99 = Any transmitter
01 = Remote Control #1 - Section [721]/[731]
02 = Remote Control #2 - Section [722]/[732]
03 = Remote Control #3 - Section [723]/[733]
04 = Remote Control #4 - Section [724]/[734]
05 = Remote Control #5 - Section [725]/[735]
06 = Remote Control #6 - Section [726]/[736]
07 = Remote Control #7 - Section [727]/[737]
08 = Remote Control #8 - Section [728]/[738]
99 = Any remote control
01 = Tamper Open
02 = Tamper Closed
99 = Tamper opened or closed
Not used; enter 00
48 = Remote Control Button Pressed
49 = On-board tamper (receiver)
01 = Button A
02 = Button B
03 = Button C
04 = Button D
05 = Button A & B
06 = Button C & D
07 = Button A & C
08 = Button B & D
Not used; enter 00
SERIAL NUMBER DISPLAY
[630] STEP 1: Enter section [630]
STEP 2: Press the tamper switch of the desired wireless transmitter or press any two buttons on the desired remote
control. The keypad will emit a confirmation beep.
STEP 3: On LED keypads the digits will appear one at a time by illuminating the corresponding light. To view the next
digit press the [ENTER] key. On LCD keypads the entire serial number will appear on the screen.
STEP 4: Return to STEP 2 to continue or press [CLEAR] to exit the Serial Number Display.
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SIGNAL STRENGTH DISPLAY
Enter the section corresponding to the desired Expansion Input, then activate the transmitter by opening/closing the zone or
by pressing the tamper switch. NOTE: after entering the section, ignore the first reading as it won’t be accurate. LED
Keypad: Lights numbered from one to eight will illuminate. An average reading of 3 and up is acceptable. LCD Keypad: One
to eight characters will appear on the screen. An average reading of 3 characters and up is acceptable.
Section #
[631]
[632]
[633]
[634]
[635]
[636]
[637]
[638]
Description
Display Signal Strength of Expansion Input 1 - Section [601]
Display Signal Strength of Expansion Input 2 - Section [602]
Display Signal Strength of Expansion Input 3 - Section [603]
Display Signal Strength of Expansion Input 4 - Section [604]
Display Signal Strength of Expansion Input 5 - Section [605]
Display Signal Strength of Expansion Input 6 - Section [606]
Display Signal Strength of Expansion Input 7 - Section [607]
Display Signal Strength of Expansion Input 8 - Section [608]
LIBERATOR MODULE (SPC-319) RESET
[640]
PRESS [ENTER] TO CONFIRM. WILL RESET THE LIBERATOR MODULE’S SECTIONS [601] TO [624] TO DEFAULT VALUES.
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ZONE EXPANSION MODULES (SPC-ZX4/8)
The following options and features are only available to program when a Zone Expansion Bus Module has been
connected to the Spectra control panel’s communication bus as shown on page 37. The Zone Expansion Modules
provide you with up to 4 (SPC-ZX4) or up to eight (SPC-ZX8) additional hardwired inputs and one normally open
50mA PGM output (on SPC-ZX8 only).
Do not connect more than one Zone Expansion Module.
Bold = Default Setting
SECTION [650]: Options
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
EOL (end-of-line) Resistors for hardwire modules
Zone Expansion Module Tamper Recognition
PGM1 on SPC-ZX8 Module follows Global PGM
programmed in sections [124] & [125]
Future Use
Future Use
Future Use
Future Use
Future Use
OFF
l No EOL
l Disabled
l Disabled
ON
l Use EOL Resistors
l Z1 becomes tamper input
l Enabled
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
l N/A
SECTION [651]: Zone Assignment
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
OFF
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
l Disabled
ON
l Z1 = Expan. Input 1 =
l Z2 = Expan. Input 2 =
l Z3 = Expan. Input 3 =
l Z4 = Expan. Input 4 =
l Z5 = Expan. Input 5 =
l Z6 = Expan. Input 6 =
l Z7 = Expan. Input 7 =
l Z8 = Expan. Input 8 =
WARNING!
Avoid assigning devices from different modules to the same Expansion Input. For example, do not assign a wireless transmitter to section [601], then connect a detection device to Z1 of a hardwire module and enable option [1] in section [651].
This would mean both devices have been assigned to the same Expansion Input.
PGM TIMER (Zone Module SPC-ZX8 Only)
[655]
___/___/___seconds (000 = follow stop event)
PGM1 TIMER (HARDWIRE)
5 sec. (default)
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PGM PROGRAMMING (Zone Module SPC-ZX8 Only)
The system will ignore sections [656] and [657] if PGM1 has been programmed to follow the Global PGM.
Refer to option [3] in section [650] on page 25.
Section #
[656] = PGM1 Start Event
Event Group #
___/___
[657] = PGM1 Stop Event
___/___
Can be used as another Start Event
if section [655] is greater than 000.
Event Group #
60 = Hardwire Zone Opened
61 = Hardwire Zone Closed
62 = Hardwire Tamper Opened
63 = Hardwire Tamper Closed
Sub-Group #
___/___
Partition #
___/___
___/___
___/___
Sub-Group #
01 = Expansion Input 1 - Section [651] - [1]
02 = Expansion Input 2 - Section [651] - [2]
03 = Expansion Input 3 - Section [651] - [3]
04 = Expansion Input 4 - Section [651] - [4]
05 = Expansion Input 5 - Section [651] - [5]
06 = Expansion Input 6 - Section [651] - [6]
07 = Expansion Input 7 - Section [651] - [7]
08 = Expansion Input 8 - Section [651] - [8]
99 = Any zone input
Partition #
Not used; enter 00
The PGM will only activate or deactivate 100mS after any of the above events have occurred (if
programmed).
RESET ZONE EXPANSION MODULE
[660]
PRESS [ENTER] TO CONFIRM. WILL RESET THE ZONE MODULE’S SECTIONS [650] TO [657] TO DEFAULT VALUES.
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REMOTE CONTROL PROGRAMMING
USER ASSIGNMENT
Section #
[701]
[702]
[703]
[704]
[705]
[706]
[707]
[708]
Decimal Value
Description
Default Value
___/___/___
___/___/___
___/___/___
___/___/___
___/___/___
___/___/___
___/___/___
___/___/___
REMOTE CONTROL
#1 - SECTION [721]/[731]
REMOTE CONTROL #2 - SECTION [722]/[732]
REMOTE CONTROL #3 - SECTION [723]/[733]
REMOTE CONTROL #4 - SECTION [724]/[734]
REMOTE CONTROL #5 - SECTION [725]/[735]
REMOTE CONTROL #6 - SECTION [726]/[736]
REMOTE CONTROL #7 - SECTION [727]/[737]
REMOTE CONTROL #8 - SECTION [728]/[738]
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
(001-048 = USER #)
(001-048 = USER #)
(001-048 = USER #)
(001-048 = USER #)
(001-048 = USER #)
(001-048 = USER #)
(001-048 = USER #)
(001-048 = USER #)
BUTTON PROGRAMMING
Section #
[711]
[712]
[713]
[714]
[715]
Hexa Value: Each digit is a value from 1 to D (see Button Options Table)
____/____/____/ ____/____/____/____/____ REMOTE CONTROL #1
WARNING!
Please note that the User Code
A
B
C
D
A+B C+D A+C B+D
assigned to the remote control
____/____/____/ ____/____/____/____/____ REMOTE CONTROL #2
(sections [701] to [708]) must have the
A
B
C
D
A+B C+D A+C B+D
same User Options enabled. For
example, if you enable the Force
____/____/____/ ____/____/____/____/____ REMOTE CONTROL #3
Arming button option you must enable
A
B
C
D
A+B C+D A+C B+D
the appropriate Force Arming user
option. Also, if you enable any of the
____/____/____/ ____/____/____/____/____ REMOTE CONTROL #4
Panic button options, you must enable
A
B
C
D
A+B C+D A+C B+D
the Panic options in the control panel.
____/____/____/ ____/____/____/____/____ REMOTE CONTROL #5
A
B
C
D
A+B C+D
A+C B+D
[716]
____/____/____/ ____/____/____/____/____ REMOTE CONTROL #6
A
B
C
D
A+B C+D A+C B+D
[717]
____/____/____/ ____/____/____/____/____ REMOTE CONTROL #7
A
B
C
D
A+B C+D A+C B+D
[718]
____/____/____/ ____/____/____/____/____ REMOTE CONTROL #8
A
B
C
D
A+B C+D A+C B+D
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REMOTE CONTROL ASSIGNMENT (Liberator Only)
Section #
Serial #
[721]
___/___/___/___/___/___REMOTE CONTROL #1
[722]
___/___/___/___/___/___REMOTE CONTROL #2
[723]
___/___/___/___/___/___REMOTE CONTROL #3
[724]
___/___/___/___/___/___REMOTE CONTROL #4
[725]
___/___/___/___/___/___REMOTE CONTROL #5
[726]
___/___/___/___/___/___REMOTE CONTROL #6
[727]
___/___/___/___/___/___REMOTE CONTROL #7
[728]
___/___/___/___/___/___REMOTE CONTROL #8
NOTE: Use the Serial Number Display (see page 23) to find out the serial number of a remote control. To delete
a remote control, enter the desired section then enter a value of 000000.
REMOTE CONTROL ASSIGNMENT (1758 and 1758EX Panels Only)
Section #
[731]
PRESS A BUTTON ON A REMOTE CONTROL TWICE. YOU WILL HEAR A CONFIRMATION BEEP
= REMOTE CONTROL #1
[732]
PRESS A BUTTON ON A REMOTE CONTROL TWICE. YOU WILL HEAR A CONFIRMATION BEEP
= REMOTE CONTROL #2
[733]
PRESS A BUTTON ON A REMOTE CONTROL TWICE. YOU WILL HEAR A CONFIRMATION BEEP
= REMOTE CONTROL #3
[734]
PRESS A BUTTON ON A REMOTE CONTROL TWICE. YOU WILL HEAR A CONFIRMATION BEEP
= REMOTE CONTROL #4
[735]
PRESS A BUTTON ON A REMOTE CONTROL TWICE. YOU WILL HEAR A CONFIRMATION BEEP
= REMOTE CONTROL #5
[736]
PRESS A BUTTON ON A REMOTE CONTROL TWICE. YOU WILL HEAR A CONFIRMATION BEEP
= REMOTE CONTROL #6
[737]
PRESS A BUTTON ON A REMOTE CONTROL TWICE. YOU WILL HEAR A CONFIRMATION BEEP
= REMOTE CONTROL #7
[738]
PRESS A BUTTON ON A REMOTE CONTROL TWICE. YOU WILL HEAR A CONFIRMATION BEEP
= REMOTE CONTROL #8
NOTE: If you hear rejection beep, an error has occurred or the remote control has already been assigned. To
delete a remote control, enter the desired section then press the [FORCE] key.
REPROGRAM ALL MODULES
[750]
AFTER REMOVING AN EXPANSION MODULE FROM THE COMMUNICATION BUS, THE CONTROL PANEL KEEPS THE MODULE’S
THEREFORE, IF YOU ADD OR REPLACE A MODULE YOU CAN RE-PROGRAM THE
MODULE WITH THE SETTINGS SAVED IN THE CONTROL PANEL. TO DO SO, ENTER SECTION [750] AND PRESS [ENTER].
THE KEYPADS WILL BEEP TWICE EVERY SECOND UNTIL THE PROCEDURE IS COMPLETED.
PROGRAMMED SECTIONS IN MEMORY.
PARADOX MEMORY KEY
[900]
DOWNLOAD FROM PARADOX MEMORY KEY TO DESTINATION CONTROL PANEL (FOR DETAILS SEE PAGE 5).
[902]
COPY TO MEMORY KEY FROM SOURCE CONTROL PANEL (FOR DETAILS SEE PAGE 5).
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USER OPERATION
TROUBLE DISPLAY
The Spectra system continuously monitors fourteen possible trouble conditions. When a trouble condition occurs, the [TBL]
button or [TRBL] indicator will illuminate on the LED keypads or “Trouble” will appear on the LCD keypad’s screen. Press the
[TBL] or [TRBL] button to switch to the Trouble Display. The [TBL] button or [TRBL] indicator will flash and lights corresponding
to an existing trouble condition will illuminate on the LED keypads (see below) or the appropriate trouble message will appear
on the LCD keypad. Press the [CLEAR] button to exit the Trouble Display.
Please note that the keypad can be programmed to emit a “BEEP” every 5 seconds whenever a new trouble condition has
occurred. Pressing the [TBL] or [TRBL] button will stop the “beeping”.
LED #
Description
Details
[1]
No/Low Battery Failure
The control panel performs a dynamic battery test under load every 60 seconds. This trouble indicates that the back-up battery is disconnected or that the battery should be
replaced, as it will not provide adequate back-up current in case of AC loss. This trouble
will also appear when the control panel is running on battery power and the battery voltage
has dropped to 10.5 volts or lower. This means the battery must be recharged or replaced.
[2]
Wireless Transmitter
Low Battery
This means the battery voltage of a Liberator wireless transmitter has dropped to 6.5V or
less. Also, the yellow LED on the transmitter can flash to indicate this trouble. The battery should be replaced.
[3]
Power Failure
Upon power failure, the AC LED on all keypads will turn off. The control panel can transmit the report code programmed in section [205]. This report code can be delayed by
programming a Power Failure Report Delay in section [086]. The AC LED turns back on
as soon as power is restored.
[4]
Bell Disconnected
There is no bell or siren connected to the bell output terminals of the control panel. If you
are not using the BELL, connect a 1KΩ resistor across the bell terminals.
[5]
Maximum Bell Current
The BELL output uses a fuseless circuit and will automatically shut down if the current
exceeds 3A with a 1728 or 1728EX or 2.5A with a 1758 or 1758EX . After opening the
short or reducing the load, the bell current is restored upon the following alarm generation.
This trouble indicator will only appear when a condition has occurred that would activate
the bell output (e.g. during an alarm).
[6]
Maximum Auxiliary Current
The auxiliary output uses a fuseless circuit to protect the power supply against current
overload and automatically shuts down if the current exceeds 1.1A. After opening the
short or reducing the load, the panel will restore power to the auxiliary output.
[7]
Communicator Report Fail
The control panel has failed all attempts to communicate with the central monitoring station.
[8]
Timer Loss
The control panel’s internal clock must be re-programmed. To re-program the timer press the
[8] key and enter the current time using the 24-hour clock (i.e. 8:30PM = 20:30).
[9]
Tamper/Zone Wiring Fail
If the Tamper Recognition options are enabled, this trouble indicates a wiring problem on
one or more zones or that the cover has been removed on one or more wireless transmitters. In order to provide line short recognition the zone connections must have EOL resistors. If you press the [9] key, the keypad will display which zones are in trouble. To clear
the trouble, you must enter your installer code.
[10]
Telephone Line Monitoring
If the Telephone Line Monitoring (TLM) feature is enabled (see section [135]), this trouble
indicates that the control panel has not detected the presence of a telephone line for 30 sec.
Fire Loop Trouble
Denotes a wiring problem on zone 3, if defined as a Fire Zone.
[STAY]
[11]
OR
[FORCE] Keypad Fault
or [16]
If the keypad is no longer communicating with the control panel, the [TBL] or [TRBL] will
flash, the [FORCE] key will illuminate (the LCD keypad displays “Keypad Fault”) and the
keypad will emit four consecutive beeps at 5-second intervals. Press any key on the keypad to terminate the “beeping” sequence. When communication has been restored, the
system will revert to previous status.
[BYP] OR Module Loss
[12]
A Liberator or zone module is no longer communicating with the control panel.
[MEM] OR Wireless Transmitter
[13]
Supervision Loss
One or more wireless transmitters are no longer communicating with the receiver. If you
press the [MEM] key, the keypad will display which zones are in trouble.
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PARTITIONING
The Spectra system is equipped with a partitioning feature which can divide the alarm system into two distinct areas
identified as Partition 1 and Partition 2. Partitioning can be used in installations where shared security systems are more
practical, such as an office/warehouse building. If the system is not partitioned, all User Codes and features will be
recognized as belonging to partition 1.
How does a partitioned system work?
•
•
•
•
Users can only arm/disarm partitions to which they have been
assigned.
Only zones assigned to Partition 1 will arm/disarm when Partition 1 is
armed or disarmed.
Only zones assigned to Partition 2 will arm/disarm when Partition 2 is
armed or disarmed.
Some of the system’s features can be programmed separately for
each partition.
PROGRAMMING ACCESS CODES
Access Codes are personal identification numbers that allow users to enter certain programming modes, arm or disarm the
alarm system as well as activate or deactivate PGMs. The Spectra security system supports the following:
System Master Code can arm or disarm any partition using any arming method and can create, modify or delete any User
Access Code. Only the System Master Code can modify or delete User Access Codes assigned to both partitions.
Master Code 1 is permanently assigned to partition 1 and can be used to create, modify or delete User Access Codes that
are assigned to partition 1.
Master Code 2 is permanently assigned to partition 2 (except when partitioning is disabled, Master Code 2 will be assigned
to partition 1) and can be used to create, modify or delete User Access Codes that are assigned to the same partition.
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How Do I Program Access Codes?
1)
2)
3)
4)
Press [ENTER]
Key in the [SYSTEM MASTER CODE] or [MASTER CODE]
Key in 3-digit [SECTION] (see Table below)
Key in new 4 or 6-digit [ACCESS CODE]
[ENTER] flashes. Return to step 3
How Do I Delete Access Codes?
1) Repeat steps 1 to 3 (see above)
2) Press the [FORCE] button once for each digit in the access code (4 or
6 times) until the keypad emits a “CONFIRMATION BEEP”
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User Codes
[001]
User Code 001 = System Master Code
[002]
User Code 002 = Master Code 1
[003]
User Code 003 = Master Code 2
[004] to [047]
User Code 004 to User Code 047
[048]
User Code 048 or Duress Code
DISARMING & DEACTIVATING AN ALARM
To disarm an already armed system or to deactivate an alarm simply key in a valid access code. Program a designated entry/exit
point, such as the front door or the garage door with an Entry Delay Timer. When these entry/exit point are opened (breached), it
will set off a timer. The system will not generate an alarm until this timer elapses, giving users enough time to enter the premises
and disarm the system. Any user can disarm the system, except users have been assigned the Arm Only Option.
How Do I Disarm the System or Deactivate an Alarm?
1) Key in your [ACCESS CODE]
The arm or alarm indication will turn off and the keypad will emit a “CONFIRMATION BEEP”.
IF YOU HAVE ACCESS TO BOTH PARTITIONS:
2) Press the button corresponding to the partition you wish to Disarm or
to Disarm both partitions, press the [1] key then after the
confirmation beep press the [2] key.
REGULAR ARMING
This method, commonly used for day-to-day arming, will arm all the zones in the selected partition.
How Do I Regular Arm?
1) Green “READY” indicator must be illuminated. Unless the system is
partitioned, in which case all zones in the desired partition must be closed.
2) Key in a valid [ACCESS CODE]
IF YOU HAVE ACCESS TO BOTH PARTITIONS:
3) Press the button corresponding to the partition you wish to Arm. To
Arm both partitions, press the [1] key then after the confirmation
beep press the [2] key.
If you make a mistake, the keypad will emit a “REJECTION BEEP”. When you have correctly armed the system, the appropriate
“ARM” indication will turn on and the Exit Delay will be initiated. Please note that Regular Arming can also be activated using
Auto-Arming, a Keyswitch or using One-Touch Arming.
STAY ARMING
This method allows users to remain in the protected area while partially arming the system. For example, when going to sleep
at night, entry/exit points like doors and windows can be armed while other zones like motion detectors remain deactivated.
Please note that Fire Zones can not be bypassed.
How Do I Stay Arm?
1) All zones in the desired partition (except Stay Zones) must be closed.
2) Press the [STAY] button
3) Key in a valid [ACCESS CODE]
IF YOU HAVE ACCESS TO BOTH PARTITIONS:
4) Press the button corresponding to the partition you wish to Stay Arm.
To Stay Arm both partitions, press the [1] key then after the
confirmation beep press the [2] key.
If you make a mistake, the keypad will emit a “REJECTION BEEP”. When you have correctly Stay Armed the system, the appropriate
“ARM” indication will appear and the Exit Delay will be initiated. Stay Arming can also be activated using Auto-Arming, Keyswitch
Arming or using One-Touch Arming. Also note that the User Code must have the Stay Arming Option enabled.
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INSTANT ARMING
After Stay Arming the system and during its Exit Delay, press and hold the [STAY] button for 3 seconds. You should hear a
“CONFIRMATION BEEP”. This will switch all armed zones to Instant zones.
If you have access to both partitions:
To Instant Arm one partition, press [STAY] + [ACCESS CODE] + [SELECT PARTITION] + [CLEAR] + press & hold [STAY]
To Instant Arm both partitions, press [STAY] + [ACCESS CODE] + [1] + [2] + press & hold [STAY]
FORCE ARMING
Force Arming allows users to rapidly arm the system, without having to wait for all zones in the system to be closed. Force Arming
is commonly used when a motion detector is protecting the area occupied by a keypad. Therefore, when arming the system, if the
motion detector is set as a Force Zone, the control panel will ignore the zone and allow users to arm the system even if the zone
is open. Any open Force Zones at the time of arming will be considered “deactivated” by the control panel. If during this period a
“deactivated” zone is closed, the control panel will revert that zone to “active” status, hence, will generate an alarm if breached.
How Do I Force Arm?
1) All zones in the desired partition (except Force Zones) must be closed.
2) Press the [FORCE] button
3) Key in a valid [ACCESS CODE]
IF YOU HAVE ACCESS TO BOTH PARTITIONS:
4) Press the button corresponding to the partition you wish to Arm. To
Arm both partitions, press the [1] key then after the confirmation beep
press the [2] key.
If you make a mistake, the keypad will emit a “REJECTION BEEP”. When correctly Force Armed, the appropriate “ARM”
indication will appear and the Exit Delay will be initiated. Please note that Force Arming can also be activated using OneTouch Force Arming. Also note that the Access Code must have the Force Arming Option enabled.
MANUAL BYPASS PROGRAMMING
Manual Bypass Programming allows users to program the alarm system to ignore (“deactivate”) specified zones the next
time the system is armed. Please note that Fire Zones can not be bypassed and that Manual Bypass Programming can also
be activated using One-Touch Bypass Programming.
How do I Program Bypass Entries?
1) Press the [BYP] button.
2) Key in a valid [ACCESS CODE]*
3) Select one or more [ZONES] you wish to bypass
4) Once you have entered the desired bypass entries, press the [ENTER]
button to accept these entries.
*If you have access to both partitions, press the button corresponding to the desired
partition. The Access Code must have the Bypass Programming Option enabled.
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BYPASS RECALL FEATURE
After disarming the system, the control panel will erase the bypass entries. By using the Bypass Recall Feature, you can
reinstate the previous bypass entries saved in memory. This eliminates the need to manually program the bypass entries
every time you arm the system.
How Do I Recall Bypass Entries?
1) Press the [BYP] button.
2) Key in your [ACCESS CODE]*
3) Press the [BYP] button.
4) Press the [ENTER] button.
*If you have access to both partitions, press the button corresponding to the desired
partition. The Access Code must have the Bypass Programming Option enabled.
ONE-TOUCH ARMING
One-Touch Arming allows users to arm the system without the use of an access code, simply press and hold a button. OneTouch Arming can be used to allow specific individuals like service personnel (i.e. cleaners, maintenance) to arm the system when
leaving the protected area, without giving them access to any other alarm system operations.
One-Touch Regular Arming
Press and hold the [ENTER] button for 3 seconds* to arm all zones in the partition.
One-Touch Force Arming
Press and hold the [FORCE] button for 3 seconds* to bypass any open Force Zones.
One-Touch Bypass Programming
Press and hold the [BYP] button for 3 seconds* to access Bypass Programming Mode.
One-Touch Stay Arming
Press and hold the [STAY] button for 3 seconds* to arm all zones not defined as Stay Zones.
Fast Exit - When the system is already Stay Armed:
To Exit and Stay Arm: Press and hold the [STAY] button for 3 seconds*. The system will switch to Exit Delay mode. At
the end of the Exit Delay period, the system will return to Stay Arming.
To Exit and Regular Arm: Press and hold the [ENTER] button for 3 seconds*. The system will switch to Exit Delay mode.
At the end of the Exit Delay period, the control panel will switch to Regular Arming.
To Exit and Force Arm: Press and hold the [FORCE] button for 3 seconds*. The system will switch to Exit Delay mode.
At the end of the Exit Delay period, the control panel will switch to Force Arming.
* If you have access to both partitions after activating a one-touch feature, press the button corresponding to the desired
partition. To select both partitions, press the [1] key then after the confirmation beep press the [2] key.
KEYSWITCH ARMING
A keyswitch can be used to arm and disarm the system. Assign the keyswitch to a specific partition and program the
keyswitch to Stay or Regular Arm the assigned partition. Also program the keyswitch to function as a Maintained or
Momentary keyswitch. To arm the system using a Maintained Keyswitch, set the keyswitch to the “on” position. To disarm the
system set the keyswitch to the “off” position. To arm the system using a Momentary Keyswitch, set the keyswitch to the “on”
position then turn it back to the “off” position. Repeating this sequence will disarm the system.
PANIC ALARMS
In case of emergency, the Spectra system provides up to three panic alarms. These panic alarms, if programmed, will
immediately generate an alarm after pressing and holding two specific buttons for two seconds, as described below.
Press and hold buttons [1] and [3] for a panic alarm.
Press and hold buttons [4] and [6] for a panic or medical alarm.
Press and hold buttons [7] and [9] for a panic or fire alarm.
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AUTO-ARMING
You can program the Spectra alarm panel to automatically arm at a specific time everyday or if no movement is detected for a
specified period of time. The user is only allowed to program the Auto Arm Timer. Please note that the control panel will enter a 60second Exit Delay period before arming the system. At this point, Auto-Arming can be cancelled by entering a valid access code.
ALARM MEMORY DISPLAY
A record of all alarm situations that occur will be stored in memory. After disarming the system, pressing the [MEM] button will
display which zones were in alarm during the last armed period. To exit the Alarm Memory Display, press the [CLEAR] button.
The control panel will erase the contents of the alarm memory every time the system is armed.
PROGRAMMING CHIME ZONES
This feature allows users to program which zones will be “Chime Enabled”. A “Chime Enabled” zone will cause the keypad to
emit a rapid intermittent beep tone (BEEP-BEEP-BEEP-BEEP) advising the user every time it is opened. Each keypad must be
Chime Programmed separately. Keypad chimes must be re-programmed if the system suffers a total power loss.
10-Zone LED Keypad:
Press and hold any button from [1] to [10] for 3 seconds to activate or deactivate Chiming for zones 1 to 10. For example,
press and hold the [1] button to enable chiming on zone 1. If after pressing and holding a button, the keypad emits a
confirmation beep, this means the chime feature has been enabled for that zone. If the keypad emits a rejection beep, this
means the chime feature has been disabled for the corresponding zone.
16-Zone LED Keypad:
Press and hold the [9] button. Enter the 2-digit (01 to 16) zone number(s). When the corresponding LED is on, the zone is
chimed. When the corresponding LED is off, the zone is unchimed. When the desired zones are chimed, press [ENTER].
LCD Keypad:
Press and hold the [9] button. Enter the 2-digit (01 to 16) zone number(s), or use the arrow keys to scroll through the zones.
and when the appropriate zone is displayed, press the [FNC1] button. When the desired zones are chimed, press [ENTER].
KEYPAD MUTING
Press and hold the [CLEAR] button for 3 seconds to enable or disable keypad muting. When muted, the keypad will only “beep”
when a button is pressed or when the keypad emits a rejection or confirmation beep. All other “beep” functions are disabled.
QUICK FUNCTION KEYS
Installer Test Mode
[ENTER] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [TBL] or [TRBL]
The Installer Test Mode allows you to perform walk tests where the bell/siren will squawk once to indicate an open zone
and twice to indicate a closed zone. To enter this mode, press [ENTER] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [TBL] or [TRBL]. The keypad will
emit a confirmation beep. To disable this mode, press the [TBL] or [TRBL] key again. The keypad will emit a rejection beep.
Test Report
[ENTER] + [INSTALLER/MASTER CODE] + [MEM]
Sends the “Test Report” report code programmed in section [211] to the central station.
Call WinLoad Software
[ENTER] + [INSTALLER/MASTER CODE] + [BYP]
This feature is used to establish communication between the control panel and a computer using the WinLoad Software.
After entering this mode the control panel will dial the telephone number programmed in section [150].
Cancel Communication
[ENTER] + [INSTALLER/MASTER CODE] + [STAY]
Cancels all communication until the next reportable event. If the Master Code was used, only communication with
WinLoad would be cancelled.
Answer WinLoad Software
[ENTER] + [INSTALLER/MASTER CODE] + [FORCE]
Forces the control panel to pick-up an incoming telephone call.
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HARDWARE CONNECTIONS
SINGLE ZONE INPUTS
DOUBLE ZONE INPUTS (with ATZ option only)
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CONNECTING A KEYSWITCH
CONNECTING FIRE CIRCUITS
If zone 3 is defined as a 24Hr. Burglary Zone, it becomes a
Standard Fire Zone. If zone 3 is defined as a 24Hr. Buzzer
Zone, it becomes a Delayed Fire Zone
PGM CONNECTIONS
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CONNECTING A LIBERATOR WIRELESS BUS MODULE (SPC-319)
CONNECTING A ZONE EXPANSION MODULE (SPC-ZX4 AND SPC-ZX8)
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SPECTRA 1728 AND 1728EX PCB LAYOUT
TRANSFORMER REQUIREMENTS TABLE
Min. 16VAC 20VA
UL: Amseco XP-1620
Spectra DC Power Supply rated at:
1.2A
Auxiliary Supply can provide a maximum of:
typ: 600mA, max: 700mA
Acceptable Battery Charge Currents (section [127] option [5])
350mA
Transformer:
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Rec. 16VAC 40VA
UL: Amseco XP-1640
1.5A
typ: 600mA, max: 700mA
350mA/700mA
SPECTRA 1758 AND 1758EX PCB LAYOUT
Other than the location of the parts on the board and the items that have been indicated below, connections to these control
panels are identical to those on page 38.
CONNECTING MORE THAN TWO KEYPADS
If there are more than 2 keypads connected to the control panel and at least one keypad zone is being used, connect as
shown and program as described in the Spectra Control Panels Reference & Installation manual.
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