HMS MODEL 1050 INSTALLATION MANUAL OnQ

HMS MODEL 1050 INSTALLATION MANUAL OnQ
HMS MODEL 1050
INSTALLATION MANUAL
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HMS MODEL 1050
INSTALLATION MANUAL
Document Number 889153 Rev B
November, 1999
Copyright 1999 HAI
All Rights Reserved
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................. 1
PLANNING ......................................................................................................................................................... 1
INSTALLATION................................................................................................................... 3
CONTROLLER HOOKUP ............................................................................................................................... 3
ABOUT SECURITY ZONES ............................................................................................................................ 5
BURGLAR ZONE HOOKUPS.................................................................................................................... 5
FIRE ZONE HOOKUP ................................................................................................................................ 5
TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS....................................................................................................................... 8
LCD KEYPAD HOOKUP ............................................................................................................................... 10
KEYPAD SETUP.............................................................................................................................................. 10
KEYPAD ADDRESS ................................................................................................................................. 10
SOUNDER ................................................................................................................................................. 10
KEY CLICK ............................................................................................................................................... 11
KEY BACKLIGHT .................................................................................................................................... 11
VIEWING ADJUSTMENT........................................................................................................................ 11
LANGUAGE .............................................................................................................................................. 11
EXIT SETUP MODE ................................................................................................................................. 11
KEYPAD SELF TEST ..................................................................................................................................... 11
SOUNDER OUTPUTS ..................................................................................................................................... 13
INTERIOR SOUNDER HOOKUP ............................................................................................................ 13
EXTERIOR SOUNDER HOOKUP ........................................................................................................... 14
CONTROLLER OUTPUTS ............................................................................................................................ 15
GENERAL PURPOSE SWITCHING APPLICATIONS........................................................................... 15
SOUNDER TRIGGERING ........................................................................................................................ 15
COMMUNICATOR OUTPUTS ................................................................................................................ 15
"ARMED" AND "OK TO ARM"............................................................................................................... 16
OnQ COMMUNICATING THERMOSTATS........................................................................................... 16
REMOTE ARM/DISARM SWITCH ............................................................................................................. 16
HOME CONTROL MODULES ..................................................................................................................... 16
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE, TEMPERATURE SENSORS.................................................................... 18
SYSTEM POWER UP PROCEDURE .............................................................................. 19
KEYPAD CHECK OUT .................................................................................................................................. 19
TELEPHONE CHECK OUT .......................................................................................................................... 20
BURGLAR ZONE CHECK OUT................................................................................................................... 20
FIRE ZONE CHECK OUT ............................................................................................................................. 21
HOME CONTROL CHECKOUT .................................................................................................................. 21
CUSTOMER CHECKOUT ............................................................................................................................. 22
IN CASE OF TROUBLE ................................................................................................................................. 22
KEYPADS.................................................................................................................................................. 22
CONTROLLER.......................................................................................................................................... 22
X-10 TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS ................................................................................................................ 24
DIGITAL COMMUNICATOR.......................................................................................... 25
DESCRIPTION OF 4/2 FORMAT ................................................................................................................. 25
3/1 FORMAT .................................................................................................................................................... 26
OPENING AND CLOSING REPORTS ......................................................................................................... 26
INSTALLER SETUP .......................................................................................................... 27
SETUP CONTROL .......................................................................................................................................... 27
X-10 HOUSE CODE .................................................................................................................................. 27
X-10 3-PHASE ........................................................................................................................................... 27
OUTPUT TYPES ....................................................................................................................................... 28
SETUP ZONES................................................................................................................................................. 32
ZONE EXPANSION .................................................................................................................................. 32
ZONE RESPONSE TIME .......................................................................................................................... 32
ZONE TYPES ............................................................................................................................................ 33
LATCHING ZONE TYPES ....................................................................................................................... 33
DESCRIPTION OF ZONE TYPES............................................................................................................ 33
SETUP DIGITAL COMMUNICATOR ......................................................................................................... 37
FIRST PHONE NUMBER, FIRST ACCOUNT NUMBER ...................................................................... 37
SECOND PHONE NUMBER, SECOND ACCOUNT NUMBER ............................................................ 37
COMMUNICATOR TYPE ........................................................................................................................ 37
TWO-WAY AUDIO................................................................................................................................... 37
REPORT OPEN/CLOSE............................................................................................................................ 38
AUTOMATIC TEST TIME ....................................................................................................................... 38
ALARM CODES........................................................................................................................................ 38
SETUP AREAS................................................................................................................................................. 39
SETUP AREAS: CONTROL ..................................................................................................................... 39
SETUP AREAS: ZONES ........................................................................................................................... 41
SETUP AREAS: BUTTONS...................................................................................................................... 42
SETUP AREAS: KEYPADS...................................................................................................................... 42
SET-UP AREAS: THERMOSTATS.......................................................................................................... 43
SETUP AREAS: MESSAGES .................................................................................................................. 43
SETUP TEMPERATURES ............................................................................................................................. 44
TEMPERATURE DISPLAY...................................................................................................................... 44
THERMOSTAT TYPE .............................................................................................................................. 44
SETUP MISCELLANEOUS ........................................................................................................................... 45
INSTALLER CODE................................................................................................................................... 45
ENABLE PC ACCESS............................................................................................................................... 45
PC ACCESS CODE ................................................................................................................................... 45
CALL BACK PHONE NUMBER.............................................................................................................. 45
OUTSIDE SIREN DELAY ........................................................................................................................ 46
DIAL OUT DELAY ................................................................................................................................... 46
ALARM RESET TIME .............................................................................................................................. 46
ARMING CONFIRMATION..................................................................................................................... 46
FIRE ALARM VERIFICATION ............................................................................................................... 47
ENABLE EMERGENCY KEYS ............................................................................................................... 47
TIME DISPLAY......................................................................................................................................... 48
DATE DISPLAY........................................................................................................................................ 48
AC POWER FREQUENCY ....................................................................................................................... 48
DEAD LINE DETECT............................................................................................................................... 48
OFF HOOK DETECT ................................................................................................................................ 48
PICKUP AFTER HANGUP ....................................................................................................................... 48
CLOCK ADJUSTMENT............................................................................................................................ 49
MODEL AND SOFTWARE VERSION.................................................................................................... 49
RESET SYSTEM EEPROM ...................................................................................................................... 49
RESET SYSTEM RAM ............................................................................................................................. 49
SETUP EXPANSION ....................................................................................................................................... 50
MODULE 1 TYPE ..................................................................................................................................... 50
MODULE 2 TYPE - MODULE 4 TYPE ................................................................................................... 50
SERIAL 1 RATE........................................................................................................................................ 50
SERIAL 2 RATE........................................................................................................................................ 50
MODEL 1050 SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................... 51
UNDERWRITER'S LABORATORIES (UL) INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS . 52
24-HOUR STANDBY BATTERY CAPACITY ............................................................... 53
SMOKE DETECTOR INSTALLATION GUIDELINES ............................................... 54
MODEL 1050 INSTALLATION PLANNER / CHECKLIST ........................................ 55
DIGITAL COMMUNICATOR CODE SHEET............................................................... 75
FIGURES
Figure 1 - Controller Hookup ............................................................................................................................... 4
Figure 2 - Overall Connections Diagram.............................................................................................................. 6
Figure 3 - Fire Zone Connections ......................................................................................................................... 7
Figure 4 - RJ31X Jack Connections...................................................................................................................... 9
Figure 5 - Keypad Connections .......................................................................................................................... 12
Figure 6 - Interior Sounder Connections ............................................................................................................ 13
Figure 7 - Exterior Sounder Connections ........................................................................................................... 14
Figure 8 - Remote Keyswitch Connections ........................................................................................................ 17
Figure 9 - 24 Hour Standby Connections............................................................................................................ 53
INTRODUCTION
This installation guide is intended as an aid to installing the HMS Model 1050. The installer should also have
thoroughly reviewed and understood the Model 1050 Owner's Manual, which has important information
regarding final setup of the system. This manual assumes that the installer has a basic understanding of
installing a security system.
This guide applies to the 363432-01 version of the Model 1050 series controller. Refer to the Underwriters
Laboratories Installation Requirements section for details in the application of each. Failure to install the
Model 1050 and its accessories in accordance with the UL Requirements in this manual and in the Owner's
Manual, is a violation of the Listing Mark.
PLANNING
Before you start, your system should be planned. The INSTALLATION PLANNER/CHECKLIST at the end
of this manual serves two purposes: First, to help you plan out your system, and second, to perform a final
check out once installation is complete.
Use the PLANNER/CHECKLIST as follows:
1.
Zones:
• Decide where each contact or detector will be located
• Decide which zone it will occupy
• Decide zone type for each zone
• Decide what area will be assigned
• With the customer, decide what text and voice descriptors will be used. Consult table of voice
descriptors, so that you can choose similar words for the text to avoid customer confusion.
• Write each contact location on the line under the appropriate zone on the PLANNER/CHECKLIST
• See SMOKE DETECTOR INSTALLATION GUIDELINES to plan locations for smoke detectors
2.
Keypads:
• Consult the customer on the keypad location. The keypad should be easily accessible. Write the
keypad location(s) on the planning sheet.
3.
Interior Sounder and Outside Siren:
• Locate both where they cannot be tampered with.
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4.
Home Control Modules:
• Keep in mind that the Model 1050 default settings for FLASH FOR ALARM is Unit Number 2 - make
that the front porch light.
5.
Plan for thermostats and other options.
6.
Give consideration to where the controller will go. Remember that it needs an unswitched, duplex
receptacle, preferably on its own circuit, within 5 feet of the controller.
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INSTALLATION
Go over your plan with your customer.
1.
Install the entire system. Refer to sections in this manual to see how to install various components.
2.
Follow the Power-Up and Checkout procedures.
3.
Explain the basics to the customer. Deliver all manuals and documentation.
4.
Pick up trash, tools, and payment.
5.
Follow up with your customer to keep them satisfied.
CONTROLLER HOOKUP
1.
When choosing a place to mount the controller, consider the following:
a. A duplex outlet, preferably on its own circuit, is required to be within 5 feet of the controller for the
power transformer and the X-10 Control Module.
b. The controller should be protected from weather, temperature extremes, and burglars.
c. The controller makes a faint hissing sound during normal operation. It may not be suitable for mounting
in a quiet bedroom.
2.
GROUND THE CONTROLLER "EARTH GND" TERMINAL TO A COLD WATER PIPE OR TO A 4
FOOT GROUND ROD TO PRESERVE ITS BUILT-IN TRANSIENT PROTECTION. USE 14 GAUGE
WIRE. TRANSIENT PROTECTION WILL NOT WORK IF THE CONTROLLER IS NOT PROPERLY
GROUNDED.
3.
Connect the 24 VAC power transformer to the 24 VAC INPUT terminals.
4.
Connect the BLACK battery wire to the minus (-) terminal on the battery. DO NOT connect the red wire
at this time. DO NOT reverse the connections; the battery fuse will blow. Note that the unit will NOT
START on the battery alone. AC power must be applied to engage the low voltage cut out relay. After
that, the system will run on the battery without AC power.
5.
Plug the X-10 USA Powerline Interface Module into the outlet above the transformer. Use the supplied 4
conductor modular telephone cable to connect the module to the jack on the processor board. DO NOT
ATTEMPT TO LENGTHEN THIS CABLE! The X-10 modules may not work! The red LED on the
interface module should be on and will blink off when the interface receives a signal from the controller.
6.
Refer to FIGURE 1 (CONTROLLER HOOKUP) for this configuration.
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Figure 1 - Controller Hookup
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ABOUT SECURITY ZONES
Each of the 16 security zone inputs in a Model 1050 may be configured as a burglary zone, a fire zone, a
temperature zone, or an auxiliary input. The zone type for each zone is selected through the Model 1050
SETUP menu on the keypad or by using the PC ACCESS software.
The system supports a maximum zone resistance, excluding the end-of-line resistor, of 150 ohms.
The default settings for all zone inputs on a Model 1050 controller are configured as Auxiliary inputs.
BURGLAR ZONE HOOKUPS
The Model 1050 system supports both normally open and normally closed switches. Most contacts designed
for doors, windows, motion detectors, glassbreak detectors and other security devices meet this requirement.
An external 1000-ohm end-of-line resistor must be used for all burglary zones.
1. When using a normally open switch, a 1000-ohm end-of-line resistor must be in parallel with the zone
being used. Maximum loop resistance excluding end-of-line resistor should not exceed 150 ohms.
2.
When using a normally closed switch, a 1000-ohm end-of-line resistor must be put in series with the zone
being used. Maximum loop resistance excluding end-of-line resistor should not exceed 150 ohms.
3.
Power motion detectors from AUX 12VDC.
4.
Unused zones may be left open, and should be left at the default setting of AUXILIARY zone types.
5. Use normally open or normally closed panic switches with a 1000-ohm end-of-line resistor.
6.
See FIGURE 2 (OVERALL CONNECTIONS DIAGRAM) for configurations of burglary zones.
FIRE ZONE HOOKUP
The Model 1050 system supports normally open (closed for alarm), four-wire smoke detectors. An external
1000-ohm end-of-line resistor must be used for all fire zones.
1.
Use normally open (closed for alarm) 4 wire 'SYSTEM' type smoke detectors, ESL Model 445AT or
equivalent, rated 8 - 14 VDC.
2.
Power smoke detectors from SWITCH +12 VDC.
3.
End of line resistor: 1000 ohms. Maximum loop resistance EXCLUDING end of line resistor is 150
ohms. Use Model 1503A0011 End of Line Resistor Assembly in UL Listed Installations.
4.
End of Line Relay Module (ESL Model 204B or equiv.) required for UL installations.
5.
Refer to FIGURE 3 (FIRE ZONE CONNECTIONS) for this configuration.
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NOTE:
Figure 2 - Overall Connections Diagram
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RED
BLACK
YELLOW
GREEN
YELLOW
GREEN
RED
BLACK
SMOKE / HEAT SENSOR
SMOKE / HEAT SENSOR
Figure 3 - Fire Zone Connections
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TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS
1.
If an RJ31X jack has been supplied by the telephone company, it is probably wired correctly and the
controller can be connected by plugging the supplied 8 conductor telephone cable into the RJ31X jack.
The other end of the cable is spaded. The green, red, brown, and gray wires must be connected to the
controller at the designated terminals under the section of the board marked 'PHONE'.
2.
If required, install the supplied RJ31X jack as shown in the following diagram. The polarity must be
correct for proper operation of the phone access feature.
3.
IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT THE PHONE LINE COMING INTO THE HOUSE BE CONNECTED TO A
GROUNDED SURGE ARRESTOR OUTSIDE THE PREMISES. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF
THE TELEPHONE COMPANY TO PROVIDE THIS SURGE ARRESTOR.
4.
INSPECT THE INCOMING PHONE LINES. THE FIRST THING THAT THEY SHOULD GO TO IS A
SMALL BOX ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE PREMISES. THERE SHOULD BE A HEAVY GROUND
WIRE COMING FROM THIS BOX GOING TO A COLD WATER PIPE OR A SEPARATE
GROUNDING ROD.
5.
IF THERE IS NO SURGE ARRESTOR OR IF THE GROUND WIRE IS MISSING, HAVE THE
CUSTOMER INSIST THAT THE TELEPHONE COMPANY INSTALL ONE FOR THE SAFETY OF
THE CUSTOMER.
6.
WHEN WIRING A RJ31X JACK, MAKE SURE THAT THE INCOMING PHONE LINES GO TO THE
TELEPHONE COMPANY SURGE ARRESTOR BEFORE THEY GO TO THE RJ31X JACK.
7.
When the RJ31X is installed as shown, locate the green, red, brown, and gray spaded wires from the 8
conductor phone cable and connect to the section on the Model 1050 controller marked 'PHONE'. Plug
the modular end of the cable into the RJ31X jack. If necessary, bend the tab up on the plug to ensure a
tight fit that will not fall out.
8.
Verify the following if you have trouble during check out: With the system running, the RJ31X jack
properly connected and all phones on-hook (hung up), the PHONE LINE LED, located in the upper left
corner of the controller, should be OFF. If it is on, reverse the RED and GREEN wires to both the house
phones and the telephone company wires at the RJ31X jack. When the receiver is picked up on any
phone, the PHONE LINE LED will come on. When the phone line rings, the PHONE LINE LED will
light.
9.
If the Model 1050 is accessed on an in house telephone, the Model 1050 will disconnect the phones from
the phone company lines and supply its own talk voltage to the phones. The PHONE LINE LED will be
on in this case.
10. Refer to FIGURE 4 (RJ31X JACK CONNECTIONS) for this configuration.
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Figure 4 - RJ31X Jack Connections
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LCD KEYPAD HOOKUP
1.
16 LCD Keypads (Models 363713-01, 02, 03, and 04) MAXIMUM per system, subject to power
availability.
2.
Use 4-conductor 22-gage wire, 1000 feet maximum length. Keypads can be homerun or daisy chained.
This length shall be divided by the total number of keypads at the end of the run. For example, for 8
keypads, the maximum length reduces to 125 feet. All LCD Keypads are connected to the same 4 wires,
+12, GND, A, B.
3.
The keypad should be mounted so that the LCD display is at or slightly above eye level. Keypads should
be kept out of the reach of young children. A good height is approximately 58 inches from the floor to the
bottom of the keypad enclosure.
4.
Remove keypad face from back plate (slots on bottom of keypad will release back plate, use a
screwdriver). Mount the back plate to the wall. Mounting holes are designed to fit on a single or double
gang box, or directly to the wall. Pull the wires from the wall through the opening in the back plate.
Splice the wires to the supplied cable. Connect the cable to the connector on the keypad board (J1). Snap
the keypad face on to the back plate.
5.
Refer to FIGURE 5 (KEYPAD CONNECTIONS) for this configuration.
KEYPAD SETUP
The keypad has different operating options that can be setup from the keypad to the user's preference. If more
than one keypad is being used, it is required that you give each keypad a different address. You can change the
address of a keypad through the keypad setup mode.
To enter the keypad setup mode, simultaneously press and hold the 4 and up arrow (!) for approximately 1
second. The keypad will beep 5 times and enter the setup mode. The top line of the display will indicate what
you are doing, followed by the current setting. The bottom line will show a menu of your options. To the
lower right corner of the display is the direction arrow(s). Where possible, the up (↑), down (↓), and twoheaded (!) arrow characters are shown on the keypad display to indicate which arrow keys may be pressed at
that time. Press the down arrow (") key to advance to the next item. Press the up arrow (!) key to go back to
the previous item.
KEYPAD ADDRESS
If you are installing more than one keypad, each keypad must be set to a different address. The default address
setting is (1) - this is adequate if only one keypad is being used. The choices at the bottom are 1-16, however,
the Model 1050 only supports 8 keypads. When making your choice, choose an address between 1-8, then
press the # (pound) key.
SOUNDER
If you wish not to hear the beeper in the keypad for any reason, the sounder option can be turned off. Select
(0) for OFF or (1) for ON, then press the # key.
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KEY CLICK
The sounder makes a click every time a key is pressed. This option may also be turned off. Select (0) for OFF
or (1) for ON, then press the # key.
KEY BACKLIGHT
The keys on the keypad are lit. The keys can be never lit, always lit, or only lit when the LCD display is lit.
Select (0) OFF, (1) for ON, or (2) TIMED, then press the # key.
VIEWING ADJUSTMENT
This option is an adjustment for the viewing angle of the LCD display. This has been set to its best value at the
factory, however, you may wish to tweak it. The display has 20 levels of adjustment. Select (1) for a lower
viewing angle, or (2) for a higher viewing angle.
LANGUAGE
This option is to display the 'keypad setup' text on the LCD display in English, French, Italian, or Spanish.
Select one of the languages, then press the # key.
EXIT SETUP MODE
To exit Setup Mode, press and hold the 4 and up arrow (!) keys simultaneously for about 1 second. The
keypad will return to normal operation. You may need to press (*) to restore the display.
KEYPAD SELF TEST
Use the self test mode to verify the proper operation of the keypad.
1.
Disconnect the keypad from the controller. Connect +12 and GND terminals to a 12-volt source (or a
fresh 9-volt transistor battery.) The keypad beeper will beep twice per second, the LCD backlight and the
keypad key will be lit, and the LCD will display "NO CONTROLLER DATA".
2.
Simultaneously press and hold the 7 and the down arrow (") keys for approximately 3 seconds. The
beeper will beep 5 times, the LCD backlight and keypad backlight will turn off, and the display will clear.
The LED at the top right corner of the keypad will start to cycle through its different colors (red, green,
yellow, then turns off). At the end of each cycle the beeper will beep once.
3.
Press any key. The LCD backlight and the keypad key backlight will turn on.
4.
Press the keys in the following order and verify that the appropriate character fills the screen. 0 - 9, *, #,
AWAY (A), NIGHT (B), DAY (C), OFF (D), ! (filled blocks), and " (blanks).
5.
If this is successful, the keypad is good. Simultaneously press and hold the 7 and down arrow (") keys to
exit the self test mode or disconnect power.
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FOR MODEL NUMBERS
SEE NOTE 1 UNDER
"LCD KEYPAD HOOKUP"
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
GREEN
GRN
BLACK
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
Figure 5 - Keypad Connections
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RED
BRN
GRY
SOUNDER OUTPUTS
Sounders can draw up to 1 amp MAXIMUM, split between the Interior and Exterior Horn Outputs. Use a
relay connected directly to the battery if higher current is required.
INTERIOR SOUNDER HOOKUP
1.
Locate the interior sounder in a central location. The sounder is very loud. Do not install it in a room
where small children or animals could be trapped if the alarm is activated.
2.
For UL Listed residential fire alarm applications, the UL Listed Wheelock Model 34T-12 fire horn must
be used and supervised as shown under INTERIOR SOUNDER CONNECTIONS. The zone for horn
supervision (Zone 5 shown here) must be configured as a FIRE TAMPER zone type.
3.
Refer to FIGURE 6 (INTERIOR SOUNDER CONNECTION) for connections.
Figure 6 - Interior Sounder Connections
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EXTERIOR SOUNDER HOOKUP
1.
If used, wire tamper switches to a tamper zone with a 1000-ohm end-of-line resistor.
2.
Refer to FIGURE 7 (EXTERIOR SOUNDER CONNECTION) for connections.
Figure 7 - Exterior Sounder Connections
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CONTROLLER OUTPUTS
The Model 1050 provides 8 programmable hardwired voltage outputs and two horn voltage outputs. These
outputs are programmable for the following output types:
•
General Purpose low voltage switching applications (12 VDC) - Units 32 - 40
•
Sounder triggering (a trigger for siren and voice drivers for BURG and FIRE)
•
Communicator outputs (radio, cellular, or any other type of auxiliary communicator)
•
'ARMED' and 'OK TO ARM' outputs
•
OnQ Communicating Thermostats (Output 8)
Outputs 1 - 8 can supply a maximum of 100 mA each. These outputs are included in the total DEVICES load,
which cannot exceed 1A. The HORN outputs can supply a maximum of 1A each. HORN outputs are
included in the total HORNS load, which can not exceed 1A.
GENERAL PURPOSE SWITCHING APPLICATIONS
This output will supply 12 VDC to the output terminal when its corresponding unit is ON. Output 1 is
designated Unit 33, Output 8 is Unit 40. This can be used to drive relays for many different applications,
including switching sprinkler valves and low-voltage lighting.
SOUNDER TRIGGERING
This output can be used as a trigger for siren and voice drivers. When a driver requires a separate input for
burglary and fire, you can configure this output to give a voltage trigger to the driver. Also, each area can have
its own sounder.
COMMUNICATOR OUTPUTS
This output can be used for radio communications or any other type of auxiliary communications to augment
the built-in digital and voice dialers. Any communications device can be used with the Model 1050, provided
that it is powered by 12 VDC, has 12 VDC triggered inputs, and has 2 (or more) channels.
The 'Communicator' outputs are activated 3 seconds before the Model 1050 dialer begins to dial, either using
its built-in digital dialer or voice dialer.
The following events will activate the BURG output: Burglar alarms (including panic zones), Auxiliary
emergencies, Police emergencies, and Duress alarms. Fire alarms and the fire emergencies will activate the
FIRE output.
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"ARMED" AND "OK TO ARM"
ARMED: When the system is armed in any of the security modes (AWAY, NIGHT, or DAY), this output will
be active. It is typically used to activate a red LED to indicate that the system is 'armed'.
OK TO ARM: When all security zones are secure, no zones are bypassed, and the system is in the 'OFF'
mode, this output will be active. It is typically used to activate a green LED to indicate that the system is 'ok to
arm'.
OnQ COMMUNICATING THERMOSTATS
When OnQ thermostats are used, Output 8 is configured to communicate with up to 64 thermostats.
REMOTE ARM/DISARM SWITCH
1.
If desired, a remote keyswitch, keypad, or hidden arm/disarm toggle can be connected to the system. The
device should have a momentary close type switch.
2.
Configure one of the zone inputs as an ARM/DISARM TOGGLE zone. A closure of the switch contacts
will toggle the arming mode between OFF and AWAY (Entry and Exit delays are still active).
3.
Configure one of the outputs as an "ARMED" and another output as an "OK TO ARM" output. These
outputs are used to activate a red or a green LED based on the state of the alarm system. The "ARMED"
and "OK TO ARM" outputs can supply a maximum of 100 mA each. These outputs are included in the
total DEVICES load, which cannot exceed 1 A.
4.
Refer to FIGURE 8 (REMOTE KEYSWITCH CONNECTION) for this configuration.
NOTE: In UL Listed Installations, the Listed Ademco Model 9789 keyswitch shall be used.
HOME CONTROL MODULES
Install X-10 or compatible modules EXACTLY as described in the instructions that come with each module.
Watch the load ratings and types of load allowed. The Model 1050 is designed to send signals to any device
compatible with the X-10 power line carrier protocol
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Figure 8 - Remote Keyswitch Connections
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OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE, TEMPERATURE SENSORS
The OnQ HMS Temperature Sensor Module is a temperature sensor that mounts in an outdoor location,
usually under an overhang, and sends the outdoor temperature to a Model 1050 system. It is coated with a
sealant to withstand outdoor moisture. The outdoor temperature can be displayed on the keypad, spoken over
the telephone, or displayed on an OnQ communicating thermostat.
1.
Each OnQ HMS Temperature Sensor requires one zone input.
-
Program the zone type as an Outdoor Temperature (Type 81). It may also be programmed as a
Temperature (Type 82), or Temperature Alarm (Type 83).
2.
Plan to mount the OnQ HMS Temperature Sensor under an overhang or to the underside of an eave,
otherwise known as the soffet, to protect it from direct sunlight and rain.
3.
Run a 4-conductor wire from the controller to the selected location. Connect using the 3 B-GEL water
tight wire splices. The green conductor is not used.
4.
Mount the OnQ HMS Temperature Sensor using the 2 - #6 x 1/2" stainless steel self-tapping screws.
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SYSTEM POWER UP PROCEDURE
1.
Carefully review hookups to the zones, grounds, sounders, and keypads.
2.
Disconnect 1 lead of both the interior and exterior sounders.
NOTE: Follow this power up procedure to verify proper operation of the power supply, battery charger,
and low voltage cut out relay.
3.
The positive lead to the battery should be disconnected at this time. Make sure that the red battery wire is
not touching anything.
4.
Plug in the power transformer.
-
The AC ON LED should illuminate. The Model 1050 may make a faint hiss. This is normal.
-
The STATUS LED should begin blinking at a rate of 1 blink per second. This indicates that the
Model 1050 processor and software are working.
-
The PHONE LINE LED should be OFF (if all telephones are on hook (hung up) and the RJ31X jack
is properly connected.
5.
Unplug the power transformer to kill the system. Connect the red battery wire to the + (positive) battery
terminal. The system should not start.
6.
Plug in the power transformer. The system should start.
7.
Unplug the power transformer. The system should continue to run on the battery (as evidenced by the
flashing STATUS LED)
8.
Plug the transformer back in and secure it to the outlet.
KEYPAD CHECK OUT
1.
The keypad(s) should be operating. Press ' * ' to silence the trouble beeper if it is beeping. Press OFF, 1,
1, 1, 1 (or the current User code) if the alarm is tripped. If the keypads are not operating properly, make
sure that no two keypads have the same address, and check the wiring.
2.
With all doors and windows closed, all motion detectors normal, the bottom line of the display should read
SYSTEM OK. If there are any trouble indications that occurred during installation, press ' * ' to
acknowledge them and silence the beeper.
3.
Set the time and date by pressing the 9, enter the Master Code, then 2 key. Enter the time on the keypad,
then the DATE (enter date as 6 characters: January 1, 00 as 010100).
4.
The keypad should now show the time and date on the top line, "SYSTEM OK" on the bottom line.
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TELEPHONE CHECK OUT
1.
Verify that the Telephone Company surge arrestor is properly grounded.
2.
Verify that the incoming telephone lines are run to the surge arrestor first, then from the surge arrestor to
the RJ31X jack, then from the RJ31X jack to the house phones.
3.
The PHONE LINE LED, on the controller, should be off when the phones are hung up.
4.
Pick up an in-house phone, wait about 1 second, then press the ' # ' key. You should hear the Voice menu
on the phone. If not, check to see that the RJ31X jack is properly wired and connected to the controller.
There should be no interference from the Telephone Company while the menu is being read over the
phone.
5.
Record the owner's NAME and ADDRESS in the ADDRESS speech memory as shown in SETUP
ADDRESS in the OWNER'S MANUAL (Press 8, 9, then 1111 or the current Master code to record the
address).
NOTE: DO NOT record any TOUCH TONES in the ADDRESS!!
6.
Check that all in-house phones are working.
BURGLAR ZONE CHECK OUT
1.
With all doors and windows closed, all motion detectors and security devices normal, you should have
"SYSTEM OK" on the keypad.
2.
If any zones are abnormal, check your wiring. If the battery indication is low, make sure that the battery is
connected securely. Give the battery a chance to charge.
3.
From the top-level display, have a partner go around the house and trip each sensor one at a time. The
display should indicate the correct zone "NOT RDY" when the zone is tripped, then return to "SYSTEM
OK" when the zone is secured. Be sure that the zone type indicated (ENTRY/EXIT, PERIMETER,
ETC.) is correct for the zone being tested.
4.
If the zone being checked is armed, (i.e. PANIC or TAMPER type, which is always armed) the alarm will
be activated. Press OFF and 1111 or the current User code to silence the alarm, or bypass the PANIC and
TAMPER zone(s) before you start.
5.
Reconnect the sirens. Be sure that no one is standing near a siren. Activate the alarm, and ensure that
both the inside and, after a delay, outside sirens activate.
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FIRE ZONE CHECK OUT
1. Press ' * ' to return the keypad to the SYSTEM OK indication. Check the fire zone per the sensor
manufacturer's instructions. The fire alarm should be activated (pulsing interior sounder, exterior siren).
2.
Press ' * ' to silence the alarm. The display will still indicate that the FIRE ZONE is in alarm.
3.
Press DAY or NIGHT or AWAY and the User code to arm the system, then OFF and the User code to
disarm. This arm/disarm cycle will reset the smoke detector. If the cause for alarm (i.e. smoke) has
cleared, the display will return to SYSTEM OK.
NOTE: Be sure that the DIAL OUT DELAY is long enough so that you can cancel the alarm before the
system dials out.
HOME CONTROL CHECKOUT
1.
Confirm that the HOUSE CODE on the Model 1050 is set to the same HOUSE CODE set on all of the
modules (See SETUP CONTROL).
2.
On the keypad press 4, 1 (ALL ON). All lamp type modules should go on. Note that appliance modules
and auxiliary outputs do not respond to ALL ON.
3.
On the keypad press 4, 2 (ALL OFF). All modules should go off. Note that auxiliary outputs do not
respond to ALL OFF.
4.
Operate each unit number individually and verify that it works. Write down its unit number and
description on the PLANNING/CHECKLIST sheets.
5.
Ensure that auxiliary inputs and outputs are working.
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CUSTOMER CHECKOUT
After you have completed the system check out and everything works, be sure that the customer knows how to:
1.
Disarm/silence the system (OFF, 1111 or current User code). HAVE THE CUSTOMER PRACTICE!
2.
Change the codes.
3.
Get the menu over the in-house phones.
You should also:
4.
Demonstrate arming and disarming.
5.
Demonstrate home control.
6.
Demonstrate setup and programming.
7.
Show him/her how to program the dial out numbers.
8.
Deliver the Owner's Manual and copies of the Planning/Checkout sheets.
9.
If the customer has subscribed to a central monitoring service, this should be explained to him/her.
IN CASE OF TROUBLE
KEYPADS
If you experience trouble that seems to be with a keypad, try disconnecting the keypad and running the keypad
self test as described under KEYPAD HOOKUPS in this manual. If the keypad does not run the self-test
properly, it should be returned to OnQ Technologies for repair.
"NO CONTROLLER DATA" or erratic operation of the LCD display could be a result of: A and B terminals
connected backwards, poorly, or 2 or more keypads have the same address.
CONTROLLER
Check the AC ON (bottom) LED. If it is not lit, check for 24 VAC at the transformer connections and the fuse
on the controller board marked MAIN 2 A.
Check the STATUS (top) LED on the controller board. It should be blinking once per second, indicating the
proper operation of the microprocessor and memory. If not, try powering the system down: Disconnect the
power transformer and battery, then reconnect both. The status light should begin blinking.
If the AC ON LED is on and the STATUS light is still not blinking, check the AUX +12 V with a DC
voltmeter. It should be 13.7 volts. If not, make sure that there isn't too much load on the system. Disconnect
all loads. If the STATUS LED still won't blink, there is a problem with the controller board and it must be
returned to OnQ Technologies for repair.
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Phone line problems, or problems with the Model 1050 voice are usually the result of the RJ31X jack being
improperly wired. Check RJ31X jack wiring and polarity carefully, as described in TELEPHONE
CONNECTIONS.
In the event that the controller is found defective, the controller board can be removed without disconnecting
the entire house wiring from their terminals. The terminal strips can be removed from the controller board.
Then the controller (or processor board) can be repaired and reinstalled easily.
Follow this procedure for removing the controller board:
1.
If possible, upload the programs and configuration. (This will not be possible if the status LED isn't
flashing or if you can't get the voice to work.)
2.
Unplug the power transformer.
3.
Disconnect the battery
4.
Disconnect the RJ31X modular cable at the jack!! (If you only disconnect it at the Model 1050 controller,
the house phones won't work.)
5.
Disconnect the X-10 cable.
6.
Carefully remove the four terminal strips from the controller board. Gently push down on terminal strip
retention clips. These clips are located on either end of the strip and 2 in the middle. Slowly pull strip
away from terminal block socket and secure.
7.
Remove 9 screws and washers; 3 on the top edge, 3 on the bottom edge, and 3 in the middle of the
controller.
8.
Remove the controller board.
9.
Protect the back of the controller board with cardboard, pack carefully. OnQ Technologies will not be
responsible for returned items damaged due to inadequate packaging.
10. Call OnQ Technologies, Inc. with the serial number for a return authorization number to help us track your
return. Write the R. A. # on the outside of the package.
11. Return the controller to OnQ Technologies, Inc. Please include your return address, any special shipping
instructions, and a daytime phone number so that we can reach you if we have any questions. Also
include a brief description of the problem that you are having.
12. INSTALLATION: follow the removal process in reverse. Follow the POWER UP and CHECK OUT
procedures in this manual.
FOR HELP: Call OnQ Technologies, Inc., between the hours of 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM
Eastern Time, at (717) 702-2532.
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X-10 TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS
1.
If any light does not work, check the HOUSE CODE on the module. It must be set to the same house code
as the Model 1050.
2.
Operate the module locally to ensure that power is getting to it. You should be able to turn the light or
appliance on using its switch (turn it on, then off, then on again for plug in modules, press the on/off
switch for wall switch modules.)
3.
Three-way wall mounted lamp switches must be installed using the exact procedure described in their
instruction sheet. The key to success with three-way wall switches is to identify the wire that was
connected to the COMMON terminal of the old manual switches and to following the instructions
precisely.
4.
Modules that work intermittently from the Model 1050 but reliably locally usually have a problem
"hearing" the X-10 signal over the power lines. Some tips:
#
Make sure connections to the modules and to the TW523 interface are tight. Loose fuses, wirenuts,
circuit breakers, terminal blocks, corrosion, etc. can sometimes inhibit the X-10 signal.
#
Run a separate wire from the Model 1050 controller directly to the fuse or breaker panel to ensure that
the X-10 signal has a clear path to the panel where it can be distributed to the other circuits. Try
changing the phase that the system is on.
#
Install a .1 MFD 600 volt non-polarized capacitor between the phase that the powerline interface is on
and the other phase(s). BE VERY CAREFUL DURING INSTALLATION. Be sure that the
capacitor is on the protected side of the fuses or breakers. This will bridge the signal to the other
phases.
#
Items such as electric heaters (resistive loads) and power filters (capacitive loads) tend to absorb the
X-10 signal. Try relocating them, if possible.
#
Interference from neighboring systems can be solved by changing the house code to a different one
from the neighboring system.
#
Identify any devices that could be transmitting a continuous signal on the powerlines. Wireless
Intercoms locked in the transmit mode will prevent X-10 signals from getting out. These are not
compatible with X-10.
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DIGITAL COMMUNICATOR
The Model 1050 digital communicator uses standard 4/2, (20 pps, 1800 Hz data, 2300 Hz handshake), or (10
pps, 1900 Hz data, 1400 Hz handshake), dual round compared format. Although the alarm codes can be
changed, we recommend that the alarm codes setup at the factory be used to minimize the risk of installer error
in programming the digital communicator. Simply enter the phone numbers and account codes, then verify the
alarm codes.
4/2 format can be received by any central station with modern equipment. Compatible receivers are Ademco,
Radionics, Osborne-Hoffman, Linear, FBI, Silent Knight and most others.
DESCRIPTION OF 4/2 FORMAT
The 4/2 format consists of a four-digit account code, from 0000 to FFFF and a two-digit alarm code from 00 to
FF. When the digital communicator calls the central station receiver, the latter answers and sends a brief 2300
Hz tone or a 1400 Hz tone called a "Handshake" tone. The digital communicator then reports digits of the
account and alarm codes as bursts of either (1800 Hz) or (1900 Hz) tone; the digit 8 is represented by eight
bursts of tone. A message, or "round" consists of an account code and an alarm code. Two rounds are sent,
and two consecutive rounds must match at the receiver. If they do, the central station receiver sends another
brief 2300 Hz or 1400 Hz tone to acknowledge to the digital dialer that the message has been properly
received. If the rounds don't match, the receiver does not send the second tone and the digital dialer tries again,
up to 5 times. If the rounds are not acknowledged after 5 tries, the digital dialer hangs up and tries the entire
call again.
If the digital dialer does not get a handshake signal 45 seconds after it begins dialing, it hangs up and tries
again. The dialer will try the FIRST PHONE NUMBER 5 times, then go to the SECOND PHONE
NUMBER and try that 5 times. After that, the system will indicate COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE on the
keypad display and the digital communicator will not try again until another reportable event occurs.
The FIRST ACCT NUMBER will be used when the central station is called using the FIRST PHONE
NUMBER. The SECOND PHONE NUMBER, if specified, will be called if the communicator is unable to
successfully communicate using the FIRST PHONE NUMBER/FIRST ACCT NUMBER. The SECOND
ACCT NUMBER will be used when the central station is called using the SECOND PHONE NUMBER.
The digital communicator can report alarm zone trips, alarm cancels, low battery, and fire zone trouble. It may
also be setup to generate an automatic test signal at periodic intervals. The communicator may be setup to call
second phone number using a second account number in the event that it is unable to communicate
successfully using the first phone number and account.
The digital communicator is setup at the factory to transmit a code when the battery is low or trouble with the
fire zone is detected. If these codes are set to 0 or 00, no code will be sent when the trouble condition is
detected.
The digital communicator will not dial out until the DIAL OUT DELAY has expired. If the alarm is canceled
prior to the expiration of the DIAL OUT DELAY, no transmission will take place. After the DIAL OUT
DELAY has expired, though, all alarm trips will be transmitted followed by a CANCEL code.
When the digital communicator is used, all voice dial outs will be delayed for five minutes after the expiration
of the dial out delay to allow time for the central station to call the premises after an alarm code has been sent.
If the digital communicator is unable to successfully communicate with the central station, the user will be
alerted to the COMMUNICATOR trouble condition. When the system status is requested using the voice, this
condition is reported over the phone as "SECURITY PHONE MESSAGE" trouble.
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3/1 FORMAT
Older central stations may require a 3/1 format. To use 3/1 format, both account numbers must be changed to
3 digit codes and EVERY alarm code must be changed to a 1-digit code. Do not mix code lengths!
OPENING AND CLOSING REPORTS
The Model 1050 system can send opening and closing reports by user to the central station.
When the system is disarmed by user code 1-16, the communicator can call the central station and report that
the system was disarmed (opened) with the user code that was used.
When the system is armed by user code 1-16, the communicator can call the central station and report that the
system was armed (closed) with the user code that was used.
If the system is disarmed by any other method other than one that requires a user code (i.e. Keyswitch or
Scheduled Program), the communicator will send a generic OPEN report to the central station. The code that
is sent is defined as OTHER OPEN.
If the system is armed by any other method other than one that requires a user code (i.e. Quick Arm,
Keyswitch, or Scheduled Program), the communicator will send a generic CLOSE report to the central station.
The code that is sent is defined as OTHER CLOSE.
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INSTALLER SETUP
This section describes the items that the installer must setup as part of system installation. The Installer Setup
mode is used to configure the general operation of the system, the Outputs, the Areas, the Zone Types, and the
Digital Communicator. This information is covered only in this manual. All other SETUP items, including
delay times, zone and unit names, voice dialer, and codes are covered in the Owner's Manual, Document No.
889152.
SETUP items are stored permanently in the system, even if the battery and AC power are disconnected. The
"default" settings are the ones that have been set at the factory. You can review or change the setup items
easily, as shown below. If changes have been made from the default settings, it is suggested that they be
written in the space provided at the end of this section. Note: The default Installer Code is 1111.
To enter the Installer SETUP menu, press 9, and the installer code to get the Setup Menu, then press the #
(INST) key.
INSTALLER SETUP MENU:
1=CTRL 2=ZONE 3=DCM
4=AREA
5=TEMP
↓
6=MISC
↑
SETUP CONTROL
To setup the X-10 and Auxiliary Outputs, from the Installer Setup menu, select the 1 (CTRL) key. The base
X-10 house code must be specified, as well as the output type for each of the Auxiliary Outputs. The output
type for both the interior and exterior horns may also be changed.
Press (") to advance to the next item, (!) to go back.
X-10 HOUSE CODE
The base house code is the house code for units 1-16 and is referenced as house code 1. The house code for
the units 17-32 is the next house code after the base house code, or house code "B" if the base house code is
"A". House codes "C", "D", "E", "F", "G", and "H" will follow for units 33-128.
X-10 HOUSE CODE:
1-16=A-P
A
↓
X-10 3-PHASE
This setting is used to select whether the X-10 signal is transmitted only at zero crossing for single phase
(120V/240V) electrical systems or is transmitted at 0, 60, and 120 degrees for three phase electrical systems.
X-10 3-PHASE:
0=NO 1=YES
0
!
To turn 3-Phase On, press 1 then ' # '. To turn 3-Phase Off, press 0 then ' # '. The burst at 60 and 120 degrees
will be eliminated.
The default setting for 3-Phase is No.
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OUTPUT TYPES
An output type must be specified for each of the auxiliary outputs and for the interior and exterior horn
outputs. The following output types are available:
OUTPUT TYPE
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
GENERAL PURPOSE
OK TO ARM
ARMED
PRE-ALM SNDR
INT SNDR
INT BURG SNDR
INT FIRE SNDR
EXT SNDR
EXT BURG SNDR
EXT FIRE SNDR
BURG COMM
FIRE COMM
AUX COMM
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
General Purpose Output
OK To Arm
Armed
Pre-Alarm Sounder
Interior Sounder
Interior Burglary Sounder
Interior Fire Sounder
Exterior Sounder
Exterior Burglary Sounder
Exterior Fire Sounder
Burglary Communicator
Fire Communicator
Auxiliary Communicator
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
OK TO ARM
ARMED
PRE-ALM SNDR
INT SNDR
INT BURG SNDR
INT FIRE SNDR
EXT SNDR
EXT BURG SNDR
EXT FIRE SNDR
BURG COMM
FIRE COMM
AUX COMM
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Area 1 OK To Arm
Area 1 Armed
Area 1 Pre-Alarm Sounder
Area 1 Interior Sounder
Area 1 Interior Burglary Sounder
Area 1 Interior Fire Sounder
Area 1 Exterior Sounder
Area 1 Exterior Burglary Sounder
Area 1 Exterior Fire Sounder
Area 1 Burglary Communicator
Area 1 Fire Communicator
Area 1 Auxiliary Communicator
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
OK TO ARM
ARMED
PRE-ALM SNDR
INT SNDR
INT BURG SNDR
INT FIRE SNDR
EXT SNDR
EXT BURG SNDR
EXT FIRE SNDR
BURG COMM
FIRE COMM
AUX COMM
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
Area 2 OK To Arm
Area 2 Armed
Area 2 Pre-Alarm Sounder
Area 2 Interior Sounder
Area 2 Interior Burglary Sounder
Area 2 Interior Fire Sounder
Area 2 Exterior Sounder
Area 2 Exterior Burglary Sounder
Area 2 Exterior Fire Sounder
Area 2 Burglary Communicator
Area 2 Fire Communicator
Area 2 Auxiliary Communicator
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A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
OK TO ARM
ARMED
PRE-ALM SNDR
INT SNDR
INT BURG SNDR
INT FIRE SNDR
EXT SNDR
EXT BURG SNDR
EXT FIRE SNDR
BURG COMM
FIRE COMM
AUX COMM
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
Area 3 OK To Arm
Area 3 Armed
Area 3 Pre-Alarm Sounder
Area 3 Interior Sounder
Area 3 Interior Burglary Sounder
Area 3 Interior Fire Sounder
Area 3 Exterior Sounder
Area 3 Exterior Burglary Sounder
Area 3 Exterior Fire Sounder
Area 3 Burglary Communicator
Area 3 Fire Communicator
Area 3 Auxiliary Communicator
A4
A4
A4
A4
A4
A4
A4
A4
A4
A4
A4
A4
OK TO ARM
ARMED
PRE-ALM SNDR
INT SNDR
INT BURG SNDR
INT FIRE SNDR
EXT SNDR
EXT BURG SNDR
EXT FIRE SNDR
BURG COMM
FIRE COMM
AUX COMM
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
Area 4 OK To Arm
Area 4 Armed
Area 4 Pre-Alarm Sounder
Area 4 Interior Sounder
Area 4 Interior Burglary Sounder
Area 4 Interior Fire Sounder
Area 4 Exterior Sounder
Area 4 Exterior Burglary Sounder
Area 4 Exterior Fire Sounder
Area 4 Burglary Communicator
Area 4 Fire Communicator
Area 4 Auxiliary Communicator
A5
A5
A5
A5
A5
A5
A5
A5
A5
A5
A5
A5
OK TO ARM
ARMED
PRE-ALM SNDR
INT SNDR
INT BURG SNDR
INT FIRE SNDR
EXT SNDR
EXT BURG SNDR
EXT FIRE SNDR
BURG COMM
FIRE COMM
AUX COMM
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
Area 5 OK To Arm
Area 5 Armed
Area 5 Pre-Alarm Sounder
Area 5 Interior Sounder
Area 5 Interior Burglary Sounder
Area 5 Interior Fire Sounder
Area 5 Exterior Sounder
Area 5 Exterior Burglary Sounder
Area 5 Exterior Fire Sounder
Area 5 Burglary Communicator
Area 5 Fire Communicator
Area 5 Auxiliary Communicator
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A6
A6
A6
A6
A6
A6
A6
A6
A6
A6
A6
A6
OK TO ARM
ARMED
PRE-ALM SNDR
INT SNDR
INT BURG SNDR
INT FIRE SNDR
EXT SNDR
EXT BURG SNDR
EXT FIRE SNDR
BURG COMM
FIRE COMM
AUX COMM
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
Area 6 OK To Arm
Area 6 Armed
Area 6 Pre-Alarm Sounder
Area 6 Interior Sounder
Area 6 Interior Burglary Sounder
Area 6 Interior Fire Sounder
Area 6 Exterior Sounder
Area 6 Exterior Burglary Sounder
Area 6 Exterior Fire Sounder
Area 6 Burglary Communicator
Area 6 Fire Communicator
Area 6 Auxiliary Communicator
A7
A7
A7
A7
A7
A7
A7
A7
A7
A7
A7
A7
OK TO ARM
ARMED
PRE-ALM SNDR
INT SNDR
INT BURG SNDR
INT FIRE SNDR
EXT SNDR
EXT BURG SNDR
EXT FIRE SNDR
BURG COMM
FIRE COMM
AUX COMM
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
Area 7 OK To Arm
Area 7 Armed
Area 7 Pre-Alarm Sounder
Area 7 Interior Sounder
Area 7 Interior Burglary Sounder
Area 7 Interior Fire Sounder
Area 7 Exterior Sounder
Area 7 Exterior Burglary Sounder
Area 7 Exterior Fire Sounder
Area 7 Burglary Communicator
Area 7 Fire Communicator
Area 7 Auxiliary Communicator
A8
A8
A8
A8
A8
A8
A8
A8
A8
A8
A8
A8
OK TO ARM
ARMED
PRE-ALM SNDR
INT SNDR
INT BURG SNDR
INT FIRE SNDR
EXT SNDR
EXT BURG SNDR
EXT FIRE SNDR
BURG COMM
FIRE COMM
AUX COMM
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
Area 8 OK To Arm
Area 8 Armed
Area 8 Pre-Alarm Sounder
Area 8 Interior Sounder
Area 8 Interior Burglary Sounder
Area 8 Interior Fire Sounder
Area 8 Exterior Sounder
Area 8 Exterior Burglary Sounder
Area 8 Exterior Fire Sounder
Area 8 Burglary Communicator
Area 8 Fire Communicator
Area 8 Auxiliary Communicator
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The first group of outputs is global. The sounder and communicator outputs will be activated for an alarm in
any area. The remaining types are area specific. Area specific sounder and communicator types will only be
activated for alarms in that area. The Setup Control items are:
X-10 HOUSE CODE:
1-16=A-P
A
↓
OUTPUT 1 TYPE:
0
GENERAL PURPOSE #=CHNG !
OUTPUT 2 TYPE:
0
GENERAL PURPOSE #=CHNG !
OUTPUT 3 TYPE:
0
GENERAL PURPOSE #=CHNG !
OUTPUT 4 TYPE:
0
GENERAL PURPOSE #=CHNG !
OUTPUT 5 TYPE:
0
GENERAL PURPOSE #=CHNG !
OUTPUT 6 TYPE:
0
GENERAL PURPOSE #=CHNG !
OUTPUT 7 TYPE:
0
GENERAL PURPOSE #=CHNG !
OUTPUT 8 TYPE:
0
GENERAL PURPOSE #=CHNG !
INTERIOR HORN:
INT SNDR
4
#=CHNG !
EXTERIOR HORN:
EXT SNDR
7
#=CHNG ↑
For output types, the current setting is shown on the bottom line. Press the ' # ' key to select a new type from a
list of types. The display shows:
SELECT TYPE:
INT SNDR
6
!
Use the Up and Down arrow keys to scroll through the list, or select the appropriate output type number. Then
press ' # ' to enter the new type.
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SETUP ZONES
To setup the zone type for each security zone, from the Installer Setup menu, select the 2 (ZONE) key.
ZONE EXPANSION
A Hardwire Expander can be used to add 16 zones (zones 17-32) to the Model 1050 system. If used, you must
enable the following item:
HARDWIRE EXPANDER:
0=NO 1=YES
0
↓
Expansion Enclosures can be used to add up to 64 zones (zones 33-96) to the Model 1050 system. Each
Expansion Enclosure adds 16 zones to the system. If used, you must specify the number of enclosures used.
If a Wireless Receive is being is being used, you must specify how many groups of zones are being used.
Up to 4 groups of 16 zones may be used (zones 33-96).
NUMBER OF EXP ENCL
1-4
0
!
Z 1 TYPE THROUGH Z 96 TYPE
This item specifies the zone type for each zone. The possible choices are listed in this manual under
DESCRIPTION OF ZONE TYPES.
For zone types, the current setting is shown on the bottom line.
ZONE 1 TYPE:
AUXILIARY
64
#=CHNG !
ZONE 96 TYPE:
AUXILIARY
64
#=CHNG ↑
THROUGH
To change a zone type, use the arrow keys to scroll through the list of zone types then press ' # ' to select a new
type. The display shows:
SELECT TYPE:
PERIMETER
1
!
ZONE RESPONSE TIME
All zones, in the Model 1050 are set to 300 milliseconds fixed response time.
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ZONE TYPES
ZONE TYPE
ENTRY/EXIT
PERIMETER
NIGHT INT
AWAY INT
2X ENTRY DELAY
4X ENTRY DELAY
LATCH PERIM
LATCH NIGHT INT
LATCH AWAY INT
PANIC
POLICE EMERG
SILENT DURESS
TAMPER
LATCH TAMPER
FIRE
FIRE EMERG
GAS
AUX EMERG
TROUBLE
FREEZE
WATER
FIRE TAMPER
AUXILIARY
KEY SWITCH
OUTDOOR TMP
TEMPERATURE
TEMP ALARM
NUMBER
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
16
17
18
19
20
32
33
34
48
49
54
55
56
64
65
81
82
83
DESCRIPTION
Entry/Exit
Perimeter
Night Interior
Away Interior
Double Entry Delay
Quadruple Entry Delay
Latching Perimeter
Latching Night Interior
Latching Away Interior
Panic
Police Emergency
Duress
Tamper
Latching Tamper
Fire
Fire Emergency
Gas Alarm
Auxiliary Emergency
Trouble
Freeze
Water
Fire Tamper
Auxiliary
Keyswitch Input
Outdoor Temperature
Temperature
Temperature Alarm
LATCHING ZONE TYPES
LATCHING ZONE TYPES ignore the status of that zone during power cycles. Used primarily when more
than one area is being protected, this type will ignore the status of LATCHING ZONES in that area when the
power is switched to devices due to an arming in another area.
If the FIRE ALARM VERIFICATION feature is being used, any device (other then FIRE or GAS) connected
to SWITCH 12V (i.e. Glassbreak Detectors) must be connected to a zone configured as a LATCHING ZONE
TYPE (latching perimeter, latching night interior, latching away interior, and latching tamper).
DESCRIPTION OF ZONE TYPES
ENTRY/EXIT
ENTRY/EXIT ZONE types are intended for doors. ENTRY/EXIT ZONES are armed in security modes DAY,
NIGHT, AWAY, and VACATION. In DAY and AWAY modes, there is an entry delay (defined by ENTRY
DELAY) on ENTRY/EXIT ZONES to allow you to get into the house and turn off the alarm before
it sounds. In NIGHT & DAY INSTANT mode, there is no entry delay, so that the alarm sounds immediately if
someone opens a door.
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There are two special types of ENTRY/EXIT ZONES for use with garage doors, or doors that are far away
from the control keypad. They are called DOUBLE ENTRY DELAY and QUADRUPLE ENTRY DELAY
zones. These zones have double or quadruple the ENTRY DELAY to give you additional time to reach the
keypad to disarm the system upon returning. Only the ENTRY DELAY is extended on these zone types. The
EXIT DELAY is not extended.
If an ENTRY/EXIT ZONE is tripped first, all other zones will also be delayed.
PERIMETER and LATCHING PERIMETER
PERIMETER ZONE types are intended for windows and exterior doors not requiring an entry delay. All
PERIMETER ZONES are armed in security modes DAY, NIGHT, AWAY, and VACATION. There is not an
entry delay on a perimeter zones. If a window or door on this zone is opened while the security system is in
DAY, NIGHT, AWAY or VACATION mode, the alarm will sound immediately.
LATCHING PERIMETER ZONES ignore the status of that zone during power cycles.
NIGHT INTERIOR and LATCHING NIGHT INTERIOR
NIGHT INTERIOR ZONES are intended for motion detectors in areas where no one should be while you are
sleeping in your home. For example, if you have a two story home and sleep upstairs, your downstairs motion
detector(s) should be on a NIGHT INTERIOR ZONE.
NIGHT INTERIOR ZONES are armed in security modes NIGHT, VACATION, and AWAY only. There is
no delay on a NIGHT INTERIOR ZONE. Night interior zones are NOT armed in DAY or DAY INSTANT
mode, so that you may move about freely in your home when the security system is in DAY or DAY
INSTANT mode, while still having the windows and doors protected.
LATCHING NIGHT INTERIOR ZONES ignore the status of that zone during power cycles.
AWAY INTERIOR and LATCHING AWAY INTERIOR
AWAY INTERIOR ZONES are for all other areas of your home, where no one should be while you are away.
In the previous example, your upstairs motion detector(s) should be on an AWAY INTERIOR ZONE. AWAY
INTERIOR ZONES are armed only when the security mode is AWAY.
LATCHING AWAY INTERIOR ZONES ignore the status of that zone during power cycles.
PANIC, TAMPER, and LATCHING TAMPER
PANIC and TAMPER ZONES are for emergency pushbuttons and tamper switches. PANIC and TAMPER
ZONES are ALWAYS ARMED, even if the security mode is OFF. There are no delays on PANIC and
TAMPER ZONES, however, the Model 1050 waits the DIAL OUT DELAY before dialing out.
TAMPER ZONES should be used for items such as gun cabinets and liquor closets.
LATCHING TAMPER ZONES ignore the status of that zone during power cycles.
POLICE EMERGENCY
This zone type activates the burglar alarm and makes an emergency dial out. The interior and exterior
sounders are activated immediately. There is a delay before dialing out.
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DURESS EMERGENCY (SILENT DIAL OUT)
If you wish to have a button in your home that activates a SILENT dial out, that is, one with no lights flashing,
no interior sounder and no exterior sounder, that button should be connected to a zone, and the zone type for
that zone should be changed to DURESS EMERGENCY. Use caution in assigning a zone type to DURESS
EMERGENCY. If this zone is accidentally tripped, you will not know that the Model 1050 is making a silent
dial out, and hence won't know to stop it if it was a mistake.
To stop a silent dial out once it has started, you must go to the keypad and press OFF then enter your user code
number.
SUPERVISED FIRE
Any zone in the Model 1050 can be programmed as a SUPERVISED FIRE ZONE. In UL Listed Installations,
any fire zone must be supervised and connected as shown in this manual.
FIRE EMERGENCY
This zone type activates the fire alarm for a NORMALLY CLOSED, OPEN FOR ALARM loop. It is not
supervised as required for UL Listed Installations and shall NOT be used in such installations.
GAS
This GAS ALARM will generate an alarm, activate interior and exterior sounders (on - off - on - long off), and
make a dial out.
AUXILIARY EMERGENCY
This AUXILIARY EMERGENCY ALARM ZONE type will generate an alarm (keypad beeper, no sirens) and
make an emergency dial out when the zone is violated.
TROUBLE
This zone type can be used to monitor the status of an external device, such as the battery status of a wireless
security receiver. When the zone is open, the zone name will be displayed on the display as "NOT RDY". The
alarm is not activated, regardless of the security mode.
The trouble is logged in the event log. The digital communicator (if used) will report the alarm code for the
zone. The voice dialer will not be activated. This zone type can be used to record events in the event log driveway activation, opening of a gate, outdoor motion, etc. without setting off the alarm. If the digital
communicator is programmed for other alarms, this zone can be excluded by programming the alarm code for
this zone to 0.
FREEZE
This FREEZE ALARM ZONE type will generate an alarm (keypad beeper, no sirens) and make an emergency
dial out when the zone is violated.
WATER
This WATER ALARM ZONE type will generate an alarm (keypad beeper, no sirens) and make an emergency
dial out when the zone is violated.
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FIRE TAMPER
This zone type is used to monitor the wiring to bells and sirens. The zone will report trouble if an open, short,
or other wiring problem is detected in the supervised bell circuit. This zone will make a digital dial out when
violated. In UL Listed Installations, each fire siren must be supervised by a fire tamper zone connected as
shown in this manual. Note: Only Zones 1-8 can be configured as FIRE TAMPER zones.
AUXILIARY INPUT
A zone defined as an AUXILIARY INPUT is ignored by the security part of the system. It is used to activate
"button" commands or to conditionalize programs.
KEYSWITCH INPUT
This zone is used to arm in AWAY and disarm the Model 1050 security system using an ARM/DISARM
TOGGLE (to ground) keyswitch or keypad.
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE
Use this zone type for Outdoor Temperature Sensors.
TEMPERATURE
The general-purpose TEMPERATURE ZONE type is typically used to monitor indoor temperatures and
control devices. It sets the zone secure/not ready for program conditionals and event button activation.
If FREEZE ALARM is enabled, it reports a potential freeze condition if the temperature falls below 40o.
TEMPERATURE ALARM
The TEMPERATURE ALARM ZONE type will generate an alarm (keypad beeper, no sirens) and dial out if
the temperature goes above the high setpoint or drops below the low setpoint.
NOTE ON TEMPERATURE ZONE TYPES
Outdoor temperature, temperature, and temperature alarm zone types all have HEAT and COOL setpoints.
The zone is "not ready" if the temperature is above the high setpoint OR below the low setpoint. The zone is
"secure" if the temperature is between the setpoints. Setting a setpoint to 0 disables the setpoint.
Except for a type 83, the alarm is not activated. The zone "not ready" or "secure" status is used to activate
button programs and program conditionals.
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SETUP DIGITAL COMMUNICATOR
To setup the Digital Communicator, from the Installer Setup menu, select the 3 (DCM) key.
FIRST PHONE NUMBER, FIRST ACCOUNT NUMBER
The first item in the DIGITAL COMMUNICATOR category is the FIRST PHONE NUMBER. Enter the
FIRST PHONE NUMBER on the keypad. This enables the Digital Communicator. You can cause a 2-second
pause during dialing by pressing the DAY key. Press ' # ' when done.
FIRST PHONE NUMBER:
-
↓
To disable the digital communicator, enter a single "-" for the FIRST and SECOND PHONE NUMBER by
pressing the OFF key, then ' # '. Phone number may be up to 24 digits long.
Press the down arrow (") to advance to the FIRST ACCT NUMBER:
FIRST ACCT NUMBER:
0-FFFF
0000
!
Enter the 4 digit account number (3 digits if using 3/1 format) and press ' # '. To enter the digits B-F, first press
the OFF key, then press the 1-5 key respectively (i.e. 1B11 = 1 OFF 1 1 1 #).
NOTE: You must enter 4 digits for the account number if you are using 4/2 format (i.e. 0123), and 3 digits
if using 3/1 (i.e. 123).
SECOND PHONE NUMBER, SECOND ACCOUNT NUMBER
Enter these if used.
SECOND PHONE NUMBER:
-
!
SECOND ACCT NUMBER: 0000
0-9999
!
COMMUNICATOR TYPE
The Model 1050 can transmit in both FAST 2300 Hz (20 PPS) mode, or in SLOW 1400 Hz (10 PPS) 3/1
format.
COMMUNICATOR TYPE:
0=2300 1=1400
0
!
The default setting is 0 = 2300 Hz. If you need to transmit to a 1400 Hz receiver, press 1 then ' # '.
TWO-WAY AUDIO
If a Two-Way Audio Module is being used, this item enables hands free audio communication between your
customer's premises and the central station. After the transmission of the alarm to the central station, the
operator can talk and listen to people and sounds at the premises.
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TWO-WAY AUDIO:
0=NO 1=YES
0
!
If a Two-Way Audio Module is part of the system, select the 1 (YES) key to enable this feature.
REPORT OPEN/CLOSE
The communicator can be setup to send an opening and a closing report by user code. Whenever the system is
disarmed the communicator will send an opening report to the central station. When the system is armed, the
communicator will send a closing report to the central station.
REPORT OPEN/CLOSE:
0=NO 1=YES
0
!
To enable the communicator to send opening and closing reports to the central station, select the 1 (YES) key.
AUTOMATIC TEST TIME
The communicator CAN be setup to automatically send a test code to the central station on a periodic basis.
AUTOMATIC TEST TIME is used to set the time and days of the week of the test, and the TEST CODE
specifies the code that will be transmitted for the test.
AUTOMATIC TEST TIME:
-NEVER #=CHNG!
To disable the automatic test, press the ' # ' key and then 0 for Never, and ' # '.
TEST CODE:
0-FF
98
!
ALARM CODES
Press the down arrow (") to advance to the next ZONE ALARM CODE. Press the up arrow (!) to go to the
previous ZONE ALARM CODE. To change an alarm code, enter two digits for 4/2 format, or one digit when
using 3/1 format, then press the ' # ' key.
Enter the 2 digit alarm code (1 digits if using 3/1 format) and press ' # '. To enter the digits B-F, first press the
OFF key, then press the 1-5 key respectively (i.e. B1 = OFF 1 1 # and CB = OFF 2 OFF 1 #).
The various alarm codes are sent when the indicated alarm zone is tripped. Each alarm code must be two digits
long for 4/2 format (01-FF), 1 digit for 3/1 format (1-F).
To disable the digital communicator for a specific zone, set the alarm code to 0 or 00. The digital dialer will
not report when this zone is tripped.
ZONE 1 ALARM CODE:
0-FF
01
!
THROUGH
USER 16 CLOSE CODE: 76
0-FF
↑
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SETUP AREAS
To configure the system for multiple areas, from the Installer Setup menu, press the 4 (AREA) key. The
number of areas must be specified. Also, keypads, zones, units, thermostats, and buttons must be assigned to
areas. By default, the system is setup for one area.
The display prompts for the number of areas that will be used:
NUMBER OF AREAS:
1-8
1
If you choose 2, the Setup Areas menu is displayed:
SETUP AREAS
1=CTRL 2=ZONES
3=BTTN ↓
4=CONS
8=MSG
5=TEMP
↑
SETUP AREAS: CONTROL
To assign control units to specific areas, from the Setup Areas menu, press the 1 (CTRL) key.
Units can be setup so that they can be activated from specific areas or from all areas.
Units for an entire X-10 house code can be assigned to specific areas. Units 129-192 may be assigned
individually to specified areas.
UNITS 1-16 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR ↓
UNITS 17-32 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 33-48 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 49-64 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 65-80 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 81-96 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 97-112 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 113-128 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 129-132 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
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UNITS 133-136 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 137-140 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 141-144 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 145-148 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 149-152 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 153-156 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 157-160 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 161-164 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 165-168 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 169-172 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 173-176 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 177-180 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 181-184 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 185-188 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 189-192 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 193 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 194 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 195 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 196 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
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UNITS 197 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 198 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 199 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 200 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 201-208 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 209-216 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 217-224 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 225-232 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 233-240 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 241-248 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
UNITS 249-255 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR ↑
SETUP AREAS: ZONES
To assign zones to areas, from the Setup Areas menu, press 2 (ZONE). Each zone must be assigned to one and
only one area.
ZONE 1 AREA:
1-8
1
ZONE 96 AREA
1-8
1
↓
THROUGH
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SETUP AREAS: BUTTONS
To assign groups of macro buttons to specific areas, from the Setup Areas menu, press the 3 (BTTN) key.
Buttons can be setup so that they can only be activated from a particular area or from any area. Buttons are
assigned to areas in groups of eight.
BUTTONS 1-8 AREAS:
1 2
0=CLR ↓
BUTTONS 9-16 AREAS:
1 2
0=CLR !
BUTTONS 17-24 AREAS:
1 2
0=CLR !
BUTTONS 25-32 AREAS:
1 2
0=CLR !
BUTTONS 33-40 AREAS:
1 2
0=CLR !
BUTTONS 41-48 AREAS:
1 2
0=CLR !
BUTTONS 49-56 AREAS:
1 2
0=CLR !
BUTTONS 57-64 AREAS:
1 2
0=CLR ↑
SETUP AREAS: KEYPADS
To assign keypads to areas, from the Setup Areas menu, press the 4 (CONS) key.
Each keypad must be assigned to one and only one area. A keypad may be set to global, which allows it to
access areas other than its assigned area through security arming and the "go to" function.
CONSOLE 1 AREA:
1-8
1
CONSOLE 1 GLOBAL:
0=NO 1=YES
1
!
CONSOLE 16 AREA:
1-8
1
!
CONSOLE 16 GLOBAL:
0=NO 1=YES
1
↑
↓
THROUGH
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SET-UP AREAS: THERMOSTATS
To assign thermostats to specific areas, from the Set-up Areas menu, press the 5 (TEMP) key.
Thermostats can be set up so that they can only be controlled from a specific area or from all areas.
Temperature Sensors can only be controlled from a single area, as specified in SET-UP AREAS.
THERMOSTAT 1 AREAS:
1 2
0=CLR ↓
THROUGH
THERMOSTAT 64 AREAS:
1 2
0=CLR ↑
SETUP AREAS: MESSAGES
To assign messages to specific areas, from the Setup Areas menu, press the 8 (MSG) key.
Messages can be setup so that they can be displayed in a specific area or in all areas.
MESSAGES 1-8 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR ↓
MESSAGES 9-16 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
MESSAGES 17-24 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
MESSAGES 25-32 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
MESSAGES 33-40 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
MESSAGES 41-48 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
MESSAGES 49-56 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR !
MESSAGES 57-64 AREAS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0=CLR ↑
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SETUP TEMPERATURES
To configure temperatures from the Installer Setup Menu, press the 5 (Temp) key.
TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
This allows you to choose between Fahrenheit or Celsius temperature format.
TEMPERATURE DISPLAY:
1
1=FAHRENHEIT 2=CELSIUS ↓
THERMOSTAT TYPE
If thermostats are part of the system, this item specifies the thermostat type for each thermostat. If thermostats
are used, they must be configured to the applicable thermostat type.
For thermostat types, the current setting is shown on the bottom line.
THERMOSTAT 1 TYPE:
0
NOT USED
#=CHNG !
THROUGH
THERMOSTAT 64 TYPE:
0
NOT USED
#=CHNG ↑
To enable or change a thermostat type, press the ' # ' key. Use the arrow keys to scroll through the list of
thermostat types, then press ' # ' to select a new type. The display shows:
SELECT TYPE:
AUTO HEAT/COOL
TYPE
AUTO HEAT/COOL
HEAT/COOL
HEAT ONLY
COOL ONLY
SETPOINT ONLY
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
1
↓
DESCRIPTION
Automatic changeover heat and cool thermostat
Manual changeover heat and cool thermostat
Heating only thermostat
Cooling only thermostat
Setpoint only thermostat
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SETUP MISCELLANEOUS
To configure the miscellaneous installer setup items, from the Installer Setup menu, press the 6 (MISC) key.
INSTALLER CODE
The Installer code allows the installer access to the Installer Setup menu. The Installer code should be changed
and not given to the customer.
INSTALLER CODE:
0000-9999 0000=DISABLE↓
The default setting for the Installer code is 1 1 1 1.
NOTE:
Remember this Installer code. There is no way to reset or retrieve the code! If the code is forgotten or
disabled, the Model 1050 controller must be sent back to the factory. Call for an RA#.
ENABLE PC ACCESS
This enables or disables the PC ACCESS feature. Set to 0 to disable PC ACCESS, set to 1 to enable PC
ACCESS. Factory default is enabled.
ENABLE PC ACCESS:
0=NO 1=YES
1
!
PC ACCESS CODE
This code allows dealers to put an access code in the system that is separate from the customer's Master code
and the Installer code. Dealers can use the PC Access code to access the system by PC. The PC Access code
cannot arm and disarm the system. The PC Access code is NOT programmed from the factory. To use it, set
any code other than 0000 in PC Access code. To disable the PC Access code, enter 0000 for the code.
NOTE: This item must be enabled (by entering a code) if PC Access is will be used.
PC ACCESS CODE:
0000-9999 0000=DISABLE!
CALL BACK PHONE NUMBER
In response to a request for remote PC ACCESS using the PC ACCESS code, the system will hang up and dial
this number back immediately. To program the CALLBACK PHONE NUMBER, enter the number then press
' # '. To remove the CALLBACK PHONE NUMBER, press the OFF key to enter a single "-", then press ' # '.
CALL BACK PHONE NUMBER:
!
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OUTSIDE SIREN DELAY
When the alarm is "tripped" (activated by a burglar or fire) the interior sounder will sound first, then the
outside siren will sound after the OUTSIDE SIREN DELAY. This feature helps reduce annoying false alarms
by signaling inside the premises first.
The outside siren delay is set to 15 seconds at the factory. You may change it to any value from 0 to 60
seconds. If you want the outside siren to sound immediately when the alarm is activated, set the delay to zero.
We recommend a minimum time of 15 seconds.
To change the OUTSIDE SIREN DELAY, press the desired outside siren delay in seconds, then press the ' # '
key.
DIAL OUT DELAY:
0-60 SECONDS
15
!
DIAL OUT DELAY
The DIAL OUT DELAY is the number of seconds that the Model 1050 waits before making an emergency
dial out, AFTER the alarm is "tripped" (activated by burglar or fire).
This delay is set at the factory to 15 seconds. We recommend a minimum time of 15 seconds to preclude an
accidental activation of the alarm from calling in a false alarm.
To set the dial out delay, enter the desired dial out delay in seconds, then press the ' # ' key.
DIAL OUT DELAY:
0-60 SECONDS
15
!
ALARM RESET TIME
The Alarm Reset Time is the time it takes before the alarm system resets itself after the outside siren is
activated due to a security violation.
ALARM RESET TIME:
1-30 MINUTES
4
!
To change the alarm reset time, enter a new time between 1-30 minutes, then press the ' # ' key. The default
setting is 4 minutes.
ARMING CONFIRMATION
The Arming Confirmation is a quick pulse (squawk) given by the outside siren when the alarm system is armed
into a security mode and the EXIT DELAY is expired.
ARMING CONFIRMATION:
0=NO 1=YES
0
!
To enable the arming confirmation feature, press the 1 (YES) key, then press the ' # ' key. The default setting
is 0 (NO) disabled.
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FIRE ALARM VERIFICATION
This unit is equipped with a FIRE ALARM VERIFICATION feature. When a zone configured as a FIRE
(Type 32) or a GAS (Type 34) is activated, the system will cycle the SWITCH 12V power output off for 10
seconds. The SWITCH 12V power output will then be restored, and 5 seconds later, the zones will be
monitored again. If the zone is activated again within a 2-minute window, the fire alarm will be activated.
If not, no fire alarm will be indicated.
VERIFY FIRE ALARMS:
0=NO 1=YES
1
!
NOTE:
If VERIFY FIRE ALARMS is turned ON, any device (other than FIRE or GAS) connected to SWITCH 12V
(i.e. Glassbreak Detectors) must be connected to a zone configured as a LATCHING ZONE TYPE.
This feature is designed to reduce false alarms and is turned ON by factory default. To turn it OFF, set
VERIFY FIRE ALARMS to NO.
The following notice is required by UL:
WARNING
This unit includes an alarm verification feature that will result in a delay of the system fire alarm signal
from the initiating circuit. The total delay (Model 1050 controller plus detector delay) shall not exceed 60
seconds. No other initiating devices shall be connected to these circuits unless approved by the local
authority having jurisdiction.
Zone
Circuit
Control
Unit Delay
Detector
Delay
Total Delay
________ : 10 seconds
+ ______________
=
__________________
________ : 10 seconds
+ ______________
=
__________________
________ : 10 seconds
+ ______________
=
__________________
________ : 10 seconds
+ ______________
=
__________________
ENABLE EMERGENCY KEYS
This enables or disables the emergency keys on the keypad to be functional. Select the 1 (YES) key to enable
the emergency keys. Select the 2 (NO) key to disable the emergency keys. Factory default is enabled.
ENABLE EMERG KEYS:
0=NO 1=YES
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1
!
TIME DISPLAY
This allows you to choose between AM/PM or 24 HOUR time format.
TIME DISPLAY:
1=AM/PM 2=24HR
1
!
DATE DISPLAY
This allows you to choose between MONTH/DAY or DAY/MONTH date format.
DATE DISPLAY:
1=MMDD 2=DDMM
1
!
AC POWER FREQUENCY
Set this to the appropriate frequency.
AC POWER FREQUENCY:
1=60HZ 2=50HZ
1
!
DEAD LINE DETECT
NOTE: Adjust only under direction of OnQ Technologies, Inc.
This item adjusts the threshold that is used to determine when the phone line goes dead.
DEAD LINE DETECT:
0-15 0=DISABLE
8
!
OFF HOOK DETECT
NOTE: Adjust only under direction of OnQ Technologies, Inc.
This item adjusts the threshold that is used to determine when the phone line is going off hook.
OFF HOOK DETECT:
20-250
69
!
PICKUP AFTER HANGUP
This item is used to disable Model 1050 from picking up the phone line after the called party hangs up the line.
PICKUP AFTER HANGUP:
0=NO 1=YES
1
!
Currently, after the called party or the called party's answering machine hangs up the phone line, Model 1050
picks up the line and make its "Beep". If you wish to turn the Pickup After Hangup OFF, press 0 then ' # '. To
turn it back On, press 1 then ' # '.
The default setting for Pickup After Hangup is Yes.
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CLOCK ADJUSTMENT
If the clock on a Model 1050 is running faster or slower than the actual time, you can have the Model 1050
automatically compensate up to 29 seconds per day. The Model 1050 will add or subtract the selected amount
of time daily.
CLOCK ADJUSTMENT:
30
1-59=-29 TO +29 SEC/DAY!
Enter 1-29 to subtract 1-29 seconds. Enter 31-59 to add 1-29 seconds. Enter 30 for no adjustment to the clock.
The default setting is 30.
MODEL AND SOFTWARE VERSION
Next, the model number and software version for the system is displayed:
HMS MODEL 1050
S/W VERSION 1.8
!
RESET SYSTEM EEPROM
Select the 1 (YES) key to reset the EEPROM. All programs, names, and setup items will be reset. All system
RAM will also be initialized and the system will restart. This option, if effect, allows the system to be restored
to factory fresh configuration.
RESET SYSTEM EEPROM?
0=NO 1=YES
0
!
RESET SYSTEM RAM
Select the 1 (YES) key to cause all of the system RAM to be reinitialized. The time, date, and event log will
be cleared. Other volatile memory locations will also be reinitialized. The system RAM should only be reset
if the system is acting strangely and memory corruption is suspected. Resetting the system RAM will not reset
any setup items stored in EEPROM.
RESET SYSTEM RAM?
0=NO 1=YES
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0
↑
SETUP EXPANSION
To configure each expansion module that is installed on a system, from the Installer Setup menu, press the 7
(EXP) key.
MODULE 1 TYPE
The Module Type defines the function of each expansion module on the controller. Module 1 is the module
with the ADDR jumper set to 1. Set the module type from the list below. Press # to change the module type,
then use the arrow keys to select the proper module type, then press # to enter.
MODULE 1 TYPE
1
HARDWIRE EXPNDR #=CHNG ↓
Select from the following for the module with jumper set to 1:
MODULE TYPES
NUMBER
NOT USED
HARDWIRE EXPNDR
ALC LIGHTING
HMS-LINK
PRO-LINK
0
1
2
3
4
DESCRIPTION
No module is installed
363436-1 Hardwire Expander Module installed
363440-1 or -2 ALC Interface Module installed
363737-1 Serial Interface using the HMS-Link protocol
363737-1 Serial Interface using the Pro-Link protocol
Model 1050 supports two Serial Interface Modules. Both Modules can be set to HMS-Link or to Pro-Link.
You can also use a combination of HMS-Link and Pro-Link.
MODULE 2 TYPE - MODULE 4 TYPE
Module 2 is the module with the jumper set to 2, and so on. Set each module type from the list above.
SERIAL 1 RATE
Select the baud rate for the first serial interface from the list below. Use the arrow keys to select the baud rate
then press #.
BAUD RATE
NUMBER
75 baud
150 baud
300 baud
600 baud
1200 baud
2400 baud
4800 baud
9600 baud
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
(default)
SERIAL 2 RATE
If a second serial interface is installed, select its baud rate as shown above.
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MODEL 1050 SPECIFICATIONS
Size:
Controller: 13 W x 13 H x 4.5 D
Keypad:
4.6 W x 4.5 H x 1.2 D
Weight:
Controller: approx. 10 lb.
Keypad:
approx. 0.5 lb.
Operating
Ranges:
32 - 122 degrees F (0 - 50 degrees C)
10 - 95 % relative humidity, non-condensing
Power:
120 VAC, 60 Hz, 60 watts
Transformer:
24 VAC, 1.67 amps, 40 VA
Battery:
Rechargeable gel-cell, 12 volts, 7 amp-hour
Main Fuse:
On Controller:
Type 3 AG, 2 A fast blow
Battery Fuse: On Controller:
Type 3 AG, 5 A fast blow
Device Fuse:
Polyfuse:
1.35 A
Horns Fuse:
Polyfuse:
1.35 A
Polyfuses are permanent fuses that do not need replacement.
Nominal Voltage:
10 - 13.7 VDC, 0.5 V max. peak to peak ripple
Low Voltage Cut Out:
approx. 9 VDC
Typical Current Consumption at Nominal Voltage:
Controller: 275 mA
Keypad: backlight off, 35 mA
backlight on, 100 mA
Controller Maximum Group Current Outputs:
Devices:
Horn:
AUX 12 VDC, SWITCH 12 VDC,
KEYPAD, and OUTPUTS 1 - 8:
INT HORN and EXT HORN:
1 A
1 A
Controller Maximum Individual Current Outputs:
Devices:
(Do not exceed 1 A total)
AUX 12 VDC
SWITCH 12 VDC
KEYPAD
OUTPUTS 1 - 8
MINIMUM Battery Backup Time:
1 A
1 A
1 A
100 mA
4 hours/24 hours (See Figure 10)
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UNDERWRITER'S LABORATORIES (UL) INSTALLATION
REQUIREMENTS
The Model 1050 control unit 363432-01 is suitable for Grade A household burglar and fire applications. Refer to UL1641
for installation requirements. Refer to UL 681 for Installation Requirements.
1.
The line carrier (X-10) operation is considered supplementary. Operation of the line carrier devices was not investigated by UL.
2.
For those zones programmed as PANIC, DURESS or POLICE EMERGENCY, the initiating device shall be a UL Listed Hold Up
Device switch.
3.
Connections to phone circuit must be made via the supplied cable and RJ31X Jack as shown under RJ31X JACK CONNECTIONS
in this manual.
4.
For connection of smoke detectors to the controller, refer to requirements under FIRE ZONE HOOKUP and FIRE ZONE
CONNECTIONS diagrams in this manual.
5.
The controller must be configured for 24 hour Standby Time as shown under 24 HR STANDBY CONNECTIONS diagram in this
manual. Maximum current ratings for 24 hours must be observed.
6.
Recognized energy limited cable shall be employed, 22 AWG minimum for all connections.
7.
The audible signal appliance shall be the Listed Wheelock Model 34T-12 Fire Horn, rated 9 - 15.6 VDC, 85 dB(A) with 2 reflecting
planes. This horn shall be connected to a supervisory zone as shown in Figure 6. The zone shall be configured as a FIRE TAMPER
zone type. The audible signal shall be mounted indoors in a central location. The audible signal appliance can be connected to either
the "HORNS-INT" or "HORNS-EXT" circuits. In the case of the latter, the OUTSIDE SIREN DELAY shall be set to 0 seconds.
8.
For Commercial Applications, Listed Ademco AB12 Bell and housing to be used.
9.
If the remote arm/disarm switch is used, it shall be the Listed Ademco Model 9789.
10. Refer to the Model 1050 Owner's Manual (Document No. 889152) for programming requirements in UL Listed Installations.
11. For the monitoring of burglar alarm initiating devices, the zone type shall provide an audible output (i.e., not DURESS).
12. The Model 1050 controller must be connected (when employed) to listed gas detectors.
13. All connections to energy sensors and modules must be done to listed Class 2 circuits only.
14. The Model 1050 must be used in Residential Applications that are under a single ownership.
When used in UL Listed Installations, the following items apply:
1.
The "High Security Mode" must be ON.
2.
The "Enable Auto Bypass" feature must be OFF.
3.
The ENTRY DELAY SHALL NOT EXCEED 45 SECONDS for Residential Applications; 60 seconds for Commercial Applications.
4.
The EXIT DELAY shall not exceed 60 seconds.
5.
Double Delay and Quad Delay zone types shall not be used.
6.
For Residential Applications the sounding device may be mounted indoors. If, however, the sounding device is connected to the
"EXT HORN" terminals of the Model 1050, then the OUTSIDE SIREN DELAY shall be set to 0.
7.
The BEEP ON TROUBLE feature must be ON.
8.
Installer:
NAME: __________________________________
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NUMBER: _______________________________
24-HOUR STANDBY BATTERY CAPACITY
Maximum current ratings for 24 hours:
Aux 12 VDC, Switch 12 VDC, Keypad, Outputs 1-8: 250 mA
Interior Horn and Exterior Horn: 350 mA
Figure 9 - 24 Hour Standby Connections
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SMOKE DETECTOR INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
1.
Ceiling mounted smoke detectors should be located in the center of the room or hall, or not less than 4
inches from any wall. When the detector is mounted on a wall, the top of the detector should be 4 to 12
inches from the ceiling.
2.
Do not install smoke detectors where normal ambient temperatures are above 100 deg. F (37.8 deg. C) or
below 40 deg. F (4 deg. C). Also, do not locate the detector in front of air conditioners, heating registers,
or other locations where normal air circulation will keep smoke form entering the detector.
3.
Additional information on Household Fire Warning is available at nominal cost from: The National Fire
Protection Association, Battery March Park, Quincy, MA. 02269. Request Standard No. NFPA 72.
Contact your home Insurance Company for a possible reduction of your insurance premium.
4.
A smoke detector should be located between the sleeping area and the rest of the family living unit.
5.
In family living units with more than one sleeping area, a smoke detector should be provided to protect
each sleeping area.
6.
A smoke detector should be located on each story (Refer to the diagrams below).
7.
For complete details on proper location and installation of smoke detectors, refer to the instructions
supplied with the smoke detector.
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MODEL 1050 INSTALLATION PLANNER / CHECKLIST
ZONE 1 NAME: __________________________________
VOICE: __________________________
TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 2 NAME: __________________________________
VOICE: __________________________
TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 3 NAME: __________________________________
VOICE: __________________________
TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 4 NAME: __________________________________
VOICE: __________________________
TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 5 NAME: __________________________________
VOICE: __________________________
TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 6 NAME: __________________________________
VOICE: __________________________
TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 7 NAME: __________________________________
VOICE: __________________________
TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 8 NAME: __________________________________
VOICE: __________________________
TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 9 NAME: __________________________________
TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 10 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
TESTED: ________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
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ZONE 11 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 12 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 13 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 14 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 15 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 16 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
TESTED: ________
LOCATION: ______________________
ZONE EXPANSION:
HARDWIRE EXPANDER: ______________
ZONE 17 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 18 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 19 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
TESTED: ________
LOCATION: ______________________
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ZONE 20 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 21 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 22 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 23 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 24 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 25 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 26 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 27 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 28 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 29 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
TESTED: ________
LOCATION: ______________________
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ZONE 30 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 31 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 32 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
TESTED: ________
LOCATION: ______________________
ZONE EXPANSION:
HARDWIRE EXPANDER: ______________
WIRELESS RECEIVER: ______________
ZONE 33 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 34 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 35 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 36 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 37 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 38 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
TESTED: ________
LOCATION: ______________________
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ZONE 39 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 40 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 41 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 42 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 43 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 44 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 45 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 46 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 47 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 48 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
TESTED: ________
LOCATION: ______________________
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ZONE EXPANSION:
HARDWIRE EXPANDER: ______________
WIRELESS RECEIVER: ______________
ZONE 49 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 50 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 51 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 52 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 53 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 54 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 55 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 56 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 57 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
TESTED: ________
LOCATION: ______________________
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ZONE 58 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 59 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 60 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 61 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 62 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 63 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 64 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
TESTED: ________
LOCATION: ______________________
ZONE EXPANSION:
HARDWIRE EXPANDER: ______________
WIRELESS RECEIVER: ______________
ZONE 65 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 66 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
TESTED: ________
LOCATION: ______________________
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ZONE 67 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 68 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 69 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 70 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 71 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 72 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 73 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 74 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 75 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 76 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
TESTED: ________
LOCATION: ______________________
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ZONE 77 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 78 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 79 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 80 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
TESTED: ________
LOCATION: ______________________
ZONE EXPANSION:
HARDWIRE EXPANDER: ______________
WIRELESS RECEIVER: ______________
ZONE 81 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 82 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 83 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 84 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 85 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
TESTED: ________
LOCATION: ______________________
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ZONE 86 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 87 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 88 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 89 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 90 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 91 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 92 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 93 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 94 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 95 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
LOCATION: ______________________
TESTED: ________
ZONE 96 NAME: __________________________________ TYPE: _____________
AREA: __________
VOICE: __________________________
TESTED: ________
LOCATION: ______________________
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INTERIOR SOUNDER:
LOCATION: _________________________________________________________
TESTED: ________
OUTDOOR SIREN:
LOCATION: _________________________________________________________
TESTED: ________
KEYPAD 1:
LOCATION: ___________________________________
AREA: ____________
TESTED: ________
AREA: ____________
TESTED: ________
AREA: ____________
TESTED: ________
AREA: ____________
TESTED: ________
AREA: ____________
TESTED: ________
AREA: ____________
TESTED: ________
AREA: ____________
TESTED: ________
AREA: ____________
TESTED: ________
AREA: ____________
TESTED: ________
AREA: ____________
TESTED: ________
AREA: ____________
TESTED: ________
KEYPAD 2:
LOCATION: ___________________________________
KEYPAD 3:
LOCATION: ___________________________________
KEYPAD 4:
LOCATION: ___________________________________
KEYPAD 5:
LOCATION: ___________________________________
KEYPAD 6:
LOCATION: ___________________________________
KEYPAD 7:
LOCATION: ___________________________________
KEYPAD 8:
LOCATION: ___________________________________
KEYPAD 9:
LOCATION: ___________________________________
KEYPAD 10:
LOCATION: ___________________________________
KEYPAD 11:
LOCATION: ___________________________________
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KEYPAD 12:
LOCATION: ___________________________________
AREA: ____________
TESTED: ________
AREA: ____________
TESTED: ________
AREA: ____________
TESTED: ________
AREA: ____________
TESTED: ________
AREA: ____________
TESTED: ________
KEYPAD 13:
LOCATION: ___________________________________
KEYPAD 14:
LOCATION: ___________________________________
KEYPAD 15:
LOCATION: ___________________________________
KEYPAD 16:
LOCATION: ___________________________________
Keypad addresses set differently? ___________
CONTROLLER POWER UP
System Grounded to good ground?
__________
Runs with battery disconnected?
__________
Runs on battery with transformer unplugged?
__________
TELEPHONE CHECKOUT
TELCO surge arrestor properly grounded?
__________
Incoming lines to TELCO arrestor first?
__________
PHONE LINE LED off when phones are hung up?
__________
Voice menu on in-house phones?
__________
Customer's ADDRESS in memory (# 8 8)?
(# 8 9 + Master code to record)
__________
All in-house phones checked ?
__________
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CONTROL CHECK OUT
HOUSE CODE: _________ set to AREA: __________
LOCATION
TESTED
Unit #1: ______________________________________
__________
Unit #2: ______________________________________
__________
Unit #3: ______________________________________
__________
Unit #4: ______________________________________
__________
Unit #5: ______________________________________
__________
Unit #6: ______________________________________
__________
Unit #7: ______________________________________
__________
Unit #8: ______________________________________
__________
Unit #9: ______________________________________
__________
Unit #10: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #11: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #12: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #13: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #14: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #15: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #16: _____________________________________
__________
For UNIT NUMBERS 17-32 the House Code is automatically set to one greater than the house code used
above.
This group is set to AREA:
__________
Unit #17: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #18: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #19: _____________________________________
__________
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Unit #20: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #21: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #22: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #23: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #24: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #25: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #26: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #27: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #28: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #29: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #30: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #31: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #32: _____________________________________
__________
For UNIT NUMBERS 33-48 the House Code is automatically set to one greater than the house code used
above.
This group is set to AREA:
__________
Unit #33: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #34: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #35: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #36: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #37: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #38: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #39: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #40: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #41: _____________________________________
__________
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Unit #42: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #43: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #44: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #45: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #46: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #47: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #48: _____________________________________
__________
For UNIT NUMBERS 49-64 the House Code is automatically set to one greater than the house code used
above.
This group is set to AREA:
__________
Unit #49: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #50: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #51: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #52: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #53: _____________________________________
__________
Unit #54: _____________________________________
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Unit #55: _____________________________________
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CUSTOMER INFORMATION
Customer knows how to arm/disarm?
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Customer knows how to change codes?
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Customer knows how to get menu on phone?
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Customer satisfied with installation?
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Customer Manual Delivered?
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Tools/trash picked up?
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NOTES: ________________________________________________________________________________
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DIGITAL COMMUNICATOR CODE SHEET
INFORMATION FOR CENTRAL STATION
Date: _________________________
Subscriber Name:______________________________________________________________________
Address 1:
______________________________________________________________________
Address 2:
______________________________________________________________________
City, State, Zip: ____________________________________________
Home #: _______________________ Work #: _________________
Password: ________________________________________________
Installer Name: ______________________________________________________________________
Address 1:
______________________________________________________________________
Address 2:
______________________________________________________________________
City, State, Zip: ____________________________________________
Phone #: _______________________ Beeper #: ________________
Subscriber's Notification List:
1. Name:
__________________________________________________
Phone #:
__________________________________________________
Relationship: __________________________________________________
2. Name:
__________________________________________________
Phone #:
__________________________________________________
Relationship: __________________________________________________
3. Name:
__________________________________________________
Phone #:
__________________________________________________
Relationship: __________________________________________________
Subscriber Equipment:
OnQ Technologies, Inc. - Model 1050
Notes: __________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
First Phone #:
____________________________________________
First Account #: ____________________________________________
Second (Backup) Phone #: __________________________________
Second (Backup) Account #: __________________________________
Communicator Type (1400 Hz or 2300 Hz): ____________________
TWO-WAY AUDIO:
_______ YES _______ NO
REPORT OPEN/CLOSE: _______ YES _______ NO
24 HOUR TEST: _______ YES _______ NO
TEST TIME: ________________________
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