Solution 6000 - Bosch Security Systems

Solution 6000 - Bosch Security Systems
Solution 6000
Security Systems
Quick Start Guide
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Security System
Solution 6000 Quick Start Guide
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Warnings
1. This product must be installed by a qualified and
licensed security installer.
2. This product may not perform as expected if
installed incorrectly.
3. Some features of this product, including but
not limited to Back to Base reporting, SMS and
Email Reporting and Automatic Time and Date
Adjustments require a working telephone line to
operate and telephone communication service
provider charges are applicable.
4. Australian standard AS 2201 requires regular
service by qualified and licensed security persons
and regular user testing. Please consult your
security alarm company for further details.
5. Incorrect programming of parameters can result in
operation contrary to what may be desired.
6. Leave the mains adapter plugged in at all times.
7. Leave the telephone line plugged in at all times
under normal conditions.
8. The Product Identification Label for this product
which is supplied in the resistor pack, must be
affixed to the outside of the enclosure during
installation.
No t ice of Lia bilit y
Bosch Security Systems Pty Ltd reserves the right to make
changes to features and specifications at any time without
prior notification in the interest of ongoing product
development and improvement.
Te l eper m it N o te
The grant of a Telepermit for a device in no way indicates
Telecom acceptance of responsibility for the correct
operation of that device under all operating conditions.
This equipment shall not be used in any manner that could
constitute a nuisance to other Telecom customers.
Immediately disconnect this equipment should it become
physically damaged, and arrange for its disposal or repair.
Solution 6000
Intrusion Control Panel
Made In
Australia
TELEPERMIT
TELEPERMIT
This Bosch Solution 6000
CC610 Alarm System
may be connected to the
Telecom Network
RN = 0.5
While every effort has been taken the to insure the
accuracy of this document, neither Bosch Security Systems
Pty Ltd nor any of its official representatives shall have any
liability to any person or entity with respect to any liability,
loss or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly
or indirectly by the information contained in this book.
Should you find any error on inconsistency, please notify
us accordingly.
PTC 211 / 13 / 050
9. This equipment shall not be set up to make
automatic calls to the Telecom ‘111’ Emergency
Service.
The transmit level from this device is set as a fixed level
and because of this there may be circumstances where the
performance is less than optimal. Before reporting such
occurrences as faults, please check the line with a standard
telepermitted telephone.
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Solution 6000 Quick Start Guide
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FEATURES���������������������������������������������������������������������������������4
OVERVIEW��������������������������������������������������������������������������������4
ABOUT THE PANEL�������������������������������������������������������������������5
Enclosures�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������5
Enclosure Fixing Method���������������������������������������������������������������������5
Installing The Tamper Switch�������������������������������������������������������������5
Enclosure Module Spaces��������������������������������������������������������������������5
Installing Panels and Modules�����������������������������������������������������������6
Connecting Power To The Panel��������������������������������������������������������8
Connecting The Battery�����������������������������������������������������������������������8
AC Mains Transformer Option������������������������������������������������������������8
Panel LED Indicators������������������������������������������������������������������������������8
WIRING DIAGRAMS�����������������������������������������������������������������9
EOL Resistor Colours and Values�������������������������������������������������������9
LAN Overview��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 10
LAN Wiring��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 10
System Earthing����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
Terminating the LAN�������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
PCB Layout��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12
Connection Diagram�������������������������������������������������������������������������� 13
Terminal Descriptions������������������������������������������������������������������������ 14
Board Connectors�������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 14
ABOUT THE KEYPAD��������������������������������������������������������������15
Status Icons / LED’s����������������������������������������������������������������������������� 16
Keypad Tones���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 16
Keypad & Readers Setup������������������������������������������������������������������� 17
DIP Switch Address Select���������������������������������������������������������������� 17
Rotary Switch Address Select���������������������������������������������������������� 17
DTMF Control Functions ������������������������������������������������������������������ 18
Programming Overview�������������������������������������������������������������������� 18
Entering Programming Mode��������������������������������������������������������� 18
Exiting Programming Mode������������������������������������������������������������ 18
Navigating The Menu������������������������������������������������������������������������� 18
Command Menu���������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 19
Programming Option Bit Menus���������������������������������������������������� 19
Alpha Text����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 19
Telephone Numbers��������������������������������������������������������������������������� 19
List Options�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 19
Clock Programming���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 20
GETTING STARTED BACK TO BASE���������������������������������������20
SERVICE MODE�����������������������������������������������������������������������20
DEFAULTING THE SYSTEM����������������������������������������������������20
DOMESTIC TEMPLATE DEFAULTS�����������������������������������������21
DIRECT LINK PROGRAMMING����������������������������������������������21
ZONE ARRAY���������������������������������������������������������������������������21
DOOR ARRAY��������������������������������������������������������������������������21
OUTPUT ARRAY����������������������������������������������������������������������22
BASIC REPORTING REFERENCE��������������������������������������������22
MENU REFERENCE TABLE������������������������������������������������������23
PROGRAM LOCATIONS����������������������������������������������������������26
Access Programming������������������������������������������������������������������������� 26
User Default Table������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 26
Area Programming������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 28
Input Programming���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 30
Zone Assignments������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 31
Zone Default Table������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 32
Output Programming������������������������������������������������������������������������ 34
Output Default Table�������������������������������������������������������������������������� 34
Output Event Types���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 35
Output Assignments�������������������������������������������������������������������������� 36
One Shot Mode������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 36
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Pulsing Mode���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 36
Comms Programming����������������������������������������������������������������������� 37
Device Programming������������������������������������������������������������������������� 44
Testing The System����������������������������������������������������������������������������� 51
Installation Details������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 52
Specifications���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 53
FIGURES
Figure 1: PCB and Mounting Clip Installation Diagram�������������������5
Figure 2: Tamper Bracket Installation�����������������������������������������������������5
Figure 3: MW720B - Small Enclosure Details���������������������������������������6
Figure 4: PCB Mounting Clip���������������������������������������������������������������������6
Figure 5: MW720B Configuration Examples����������������������������������������6
Figure 6: MW730B - Large Enclosure Details���������������������������������������7
Figure 7: MW730B Configuration Examples����������������������������������������7
Figure 8: Internal Transformer Connection Diagram������������������������8
Figure 9: N/C No EOL Zone������������������������������������������������������������������������9
Figure 10: N/C Single EOL Zone���������������������������������������������������������������9
Figure 11: N/C Split EOL Zone�������������������������������������������������������������������9
Figure 12: N/C Zone With Tamper�����������������������������������������������������������9
Figure 13: N/O No EOL Zone���������������������������������������������������������������������9
Figure 14: N/O Single EOL Zone���������������������������������������������������������������9
Figure 15: N/O Split EOL Zone������������������������������������������������������������������9
Figure 16: N/O Zone With Tamper�����������������������������������������������������������9
Figure 17: EOL Resistor Colour Chart�����������������������������������������������������9
Figure 18: LAN Connection Using 2 Pair Security Cable��������������� 10
Figure 19: LAN Connection Using Twisted Pair Cable������������������� 11
Figure 20: Solution 6000 Board Layout���������������������������������������������� 12
Figure 21: Solution 6000 Connection Diagram������������������������������� 13
Figure 22: Keypad Emergency Alarm Trigger’s�������������������������������� 15
Figure 23: Keypad DIP Switch Address Settings������������������������������ 17
Figure 24: Rotary Swich Address Settings����������������������������������������� 17
Figure 25: Sample Option Bit Menu Display������������������������������������� 19
Figure 26: Area Text Programming Display�������������������������������������� 19
Figure 27: Telephone Number Programming Display������������������ 19
Figure 28: List Option Programming Display����������������������������������� 20
Figure 29: Clock Programming Display���������������������������������������������� 20
TABLES
Table 1: Expansion Options........................................................................5
Table 2: Dialler Indicator LED.....................................................................8
Table 3: Status Indicator LED......................................................................8
Table 4: Terminal Block Descriptions.................................................... 14
Table 5: Board Connector Descriptions............................................... 14
Table 6: Keypad Key Functions............................................................... 15
Table 7: ICON & LED Indicator Meanings............................................ 16
Table 8: Keypad Tones................................................................................ 16
Table 9: DIP Switch Address Settings................................................... 17
Table 10: Rotary Switch Address Settings.......................................... 17
Table 11: DTMF Remote Control Functions........................................ 18
Table 12: Keys Used During Programming......................................... 19
Table 13: Text Keypad Character Set.................................................... 19
Table 14: Phone Number Character Set.............................................. 19
Table 15: Domestic Default Settings.................................................... 21
Table 16: Shortform Point ID Listing..................................................... 22
Table 17: Menu Structure And Layout................................................. 25
Table 18: User Default Programming Options.................................. 26
Table 19: Zone Assignments.................................................................... 31
Table 20: Zone Defaults............................................................................. 32
Table 21: Output Default Table............................................................... 34
Table 22: Output Event Types................................................................. 35
Table 23: Address Configuration and Output Assignments........ 36
Table 24: One-Shot Polarity Example.................................................. 36
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Fe at u re s
O ve r vi ew
Listed below are the main features of the Solution 6000
Control Panel.
Zones
The Solution 6000 control panel provides up to 144 separate
zones of protection. Zone programming determines the
panel’s response to open/short and tamper conditions on
the zone loop.
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Individual Box Tamper Circuit Monitoring
Report Via Email (Internet)
Telephone Line Busy Tone Detect
RAS Intelli-Connect® CLI Caller Line Identification
Daylight Savings
Senior Watch
GSM/GPRS/Ethernet Reporting Options
System Maintenance Interval Reminder
System Weekly Test Reminder
Area Inactivity Interval
Up to 16 Access Doors
Temporary PIN
Dual Reporting
Dual Redundant Reporting
Alarm Report Abort/Cancel Options
8 Programmable Holiday Calendars
16 Programmable TimeZones
8 On-board Zones (Single EOL) / 16 On-Board Zones
(Dual EOL)
Expandable To 144 Zones)
Fire Alarm Verification
255 PIN Users
4 Supervised High Power Digital Outputs
1 Relay 2 Amp Form (C) Contact (Expandable to 32)
Supervised Siren Driver
Partitionable To 8 Areas
Dialler Reports SIA, Contact ID, SMS and Email
Formats
Supervised LAN Keypads (Maximum 16 Keypads)
Keyswitch Input
1000 History Event Memory
EMI / Lightning Transient Protection
Fully Menu Text Programmable
Programmable Via Solution Link Software (Remote/
Direct)
Telephone Line Fail Monitor
TimeZone Executed Functions
60+ Output Event Types
Exit Restart
Expansion Module Supervision
DTMF Tone Decoder Built In
Remote Arming
Fingerprint Reader Options
Areas
The control panel supports up to 8 separate areas. You can
assign all zones to a single area, or you can assign each
zone to a combination of different areas.
You can arm and disarm the control panel by area,
alternatively, you can arm and disarm several areas at the
same time.
Dialler
The control panel has a built-in dialler to send reports
to the receiving party (ie. Security company monitoring
station, mobile phone etc).
Keypads
You can connect a maximum of 16 fully supervised keypads
to the control panel. The available current affects the total
number of keypads that you can connect without the need
to provide additional power supplies.
History Log
The control panel can store up to 1000 history events from
all 8 areas. All events are stored in the log, even if they are
programmed not to report via the on-board dialler.
You can view the control panel’s history log via keypad,
or by connection of a personal computer (direct/remote)
using the SolutionLink upload/download software.
Programming
You can program the Solution 6000 either by a keypad or
using a personal computer using the Solution Link upload/
download software.
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Ab o u t The Pa nel
E n c l o sures
The MW720B - Small Enclosure and MW730B - Large
Enclosure have been designed to reduce installation time
and improve aesthetics on larger installations where often
multiple enclosures need to be located in close proximity
to each other.
flange of the enclosure and then slide the base of the
bracket toward the top until the tamper switch locates in
the rear of the enclosure.
Depress the tamper a few times with your finger to ensure
smooth operation.
A number of new features have been incorporated
including a new style tamper bracket which can be easily
installed before or after the enclosure is mounted to the
wall, an anti tamper lid which insures the cabinet tamper
triggers when the lid is removed, easier access for flexible
and rigid conduits, additional 20mm cable entry knockouts
and a new board mounting system using removable spring
clips.
The MW720B and MW730B enclosures include numerous
holes, allowing the PCB mounting clips to be positioned in
the most appropriate location for each installation.
For ease, it is recomended that the PCB mounting
clips are installed from the rear of the enclosure
Note before mounting it to the wall.
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3mm Philips Head
Machine Screw
Supplied
Circuit Board
Component Side
Support Clip
Press Fit Supplied
Rear of Cabinet
Figure 1: PCB and Mounting Clip Installation Diagram
E n c l o sure Fix ing M e t hod
CM720B - Small Enclosure
Use appropriate fasteners capable of handling a minimum
of 6kg to fix the cabinet against a sturdy surface using the
mounting holes provided.
CM730B - Large Cabinet
Use appropriate fasteners capable of handling a minimum
of 12kg to fix the cabinet against a sturdy surface using the
mounting holes provided.
I n st a l ling The Ta m pe r Switch
The tamper switch can be located on either the left or right
hand side of the cabinet to suit the installation. Before
installing the bracket, fit the tamper lead to the switch and
then insert it into the bracket.
Once the enclosure has been mounted to the wall, insert
the tamper bracket into the rectangular hole in the top
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Figure 2: Tamper Bracket Installation
En cl os ure M odul e S p ace s
The MW720B enclosure has space for 2 large modules or
4 small modules while the optional MW730B enclosure
has space for up to 4 large modules or 8 small ones. The
enclosures have been designed so that any combination
of large and small units can be neatly mounted together
on the wall.
Each module is mounted to the enclosure using 4 or more
clip in standoffs. The clips can be inserted from the rear
of the enclosure before mounting it to the wall, or from
the front of the enclosure after it has been mounted. Both
methods should be performed using your finger tips to
prevent damage to the standoff. (Standoffs and screws are
supplied with each module).
All compatible add on modules will mount on these spaces.
See below for list if modules which can be added to the
control panel.
Module
Space Occupied
Solution 6000 Control Panel
2 Module Spaces
CM704B Zone Expander
1 Module Space
CM705B Universal Expander
2 Module Spaces
CM710B Output Expander
1 Module Space
CM720B LAN Power Supply
1 Module Space
CM760B Real Time Clock
1 Module Space
CM797B LAN Isolator Module
1 Module Space
CM195 RF Receiver Expander
1 Module Space
Table 1: Expansion Options
Use the above table to help determine which size cabinet
you will require for the job.
On some export models, one module space will not be
available as the mains transformer mounts in this location.
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I n s t a l l in g Pa nel s a n d M od ule s
Once the enclosure is secured in place, install the panels
and modules onto the mounting clip using the supplied
3mm screws. Do not over tighten the screws.
The following example shows the MW720B - Small
enclosure configured using 4 small modules.
When fitting panels or large modules, you should use 5
mounting clips, one in each corner of the PCB and one
in the middle of the PCB underneath the main terminal
blocks. When mounting small modules, only 4 clips are
required, 1 in each corner.
Both enclosures are supplied with tamper switches,
tamper leads, tamper brackets and a quantity of
mounting clips and screws. If required, additional
mounting clips and screws may be purchased in bags of 50
clips (10 packs x 5pcs). (P/N: MW890)
The supplied mounting clips are designed to use the
3mm machine screws supplied with the enclosure.
Note The use of self tapping screws will damage the clips.
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Figure 3: MW720B - Small Enclosure Details
Figure 5: MW720B Configuration Examples
Figure 4: PCB Mounting Clip
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When installing large modules you should fit 5
mounting clips as shown.
Clip 5 provides support under the main terminal
block only. No screw is fitted.
320 mm
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SPACE 3
CABLE ENTRY (REAR)
CABLE ENTRY (REAR)
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SPACE 2
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SPACE 4
CABLE ENTRY (REAR)
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PCB Mounting Clip Holes
Enclosure Mounting Holes
Tamper Bracket Mounting Holes
Earth Stud - 4mm
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SPACE 6
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MODULE
SPACE 7
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Figure 6: MW730B - Large Enclosure Details
The following examples show the MW710 -Large enclosure
configured using 6 small modules and 1 large module.
When installing small modules, you should
fit 4 mounting clips as shown.
Figure 7: MW730B Configuration Examples
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Con n ec t ing Power To The Pane l
Transformer Output
(Red Wires)
For normal operation, the panel requires both AC and DC
power sources. The AC source can be provided either by an
external adapter or by an internal transformer depending
on the model and country of sale.
When connecting using the AC adapter, feed the cable in
to the enclosure and terminate the wires on the removable
terminal block supplied before connection it to the PCB.
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FUSE
8AG - 250V
250mA MAX
NEUTRAL
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ACTIVE
F U SED
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C
The panel is supplied with a set of battey leads to suit the
chosen enclosure. Connect the RED battery lead to the
battery (+) terminal and the BLACK battery lead to the
battery (-) terminal on the PCB.
A
B
C
D
Once terminated onto the PCB connect the other end of
the leads to the battery paying attention to the polarity.
On models with an internal transformer, a permanent
connection shall be made to the mains supply. See
Figure 8. This must be completed by a suitably qualified
electrician according to the applicable wiring standards
and regulations.
TRANSFORMER
220 - 240V A.C.
50-60Hz 150mA
EARTH
Con n ec t ing The B at te r y
AC M a in s Tra nsfo r me r O pt ion
A
Transformer
Input
(Blue Wires)
N
If using a 3 wire adaptor, then the earth wire should also
be terminated onto the terminal block. Always check the
orientation of the terminal block with the PCB markings
before connecting it to the PCB.
A
Wiring must be carried out by
a licensed electrician following
applicable wiring standards
=
=
=
=
PCB Mounting Clip Holes
Enclosure Mounting Holes
Fused Terminal Block
Transformer
Figure 8: Internal Transformer Connection Diagram
Pan e l L ED I n di cator s
The control panel PCB has two LED indicators (Dialler and
Status LED’s) which display the following information.
Next connect the transformer output wires (red) to the
removable terminal block supplied and then connect it
to the PCB. Always check the orientation of the terminal
block with the PCB markings before connecting.
Condition
Off
On
Flashing
For permanently connected equipment, a readily
accessable disconnect device shall be installed in a
Note location near to the equipment.
i
Meaning
Offline
On Line (Dialling/Answered)
Incoming Call
Table 2: Dialler Indicator LED
Condition
Off
On
Flash Once Every 2 Seconds
Flash Fast
Meaning
Error
Error
OK
AC or Battery Trouble
Table 3: Status Indicator LED
During factory defaulting the Status and Dialler LED
indicators will flash alternatively for approximately
Note 15 seconds.
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Wir in g D ia gra ms
ALARM
ZN 1
N/C
ZONE 1
N/C
ZONE 2
GND
GND
ZN 2

N/O
ZN 2
ZONE 1

ZN 1
N/O
ZONE 2
ALARM
Figure 14: N/O Single EOL Zone
Figure 9: N/C No EOL Zone
N/O
GND

N/C
ZN 2
ALARM
ZN 2
ZONE 1
ZONE 2
Figure 10: N/C Single EOL Zone
ALARM
ZN 2
(3K3 EOL)

N/C
GND

ZN 1
GND
(6K8 EOL)
ZONE 1
TAMPER
(6K8 EOL)
N/C
TAMPER

ZN 1
ALARM
ZONE 9
Figure 15: N/O Split EOL Zone
ALARM
N/C
(6K8 EOL)
ZONE 1
ALARM
N/O


N/C

ZN 1
(3K3 EOL)
N/O
GND
ALARM

ALARM
ZN 1
ZONE 1
(3K3 EOL)
ZN 2
Figure 16: N/O Zone With Tamper
ZONE 9
EOL R e s i s tor Col our s an d Val ue s
Use either the 4 colour, or solid colour resistors supplied.
Figure 11: N/C Split EOL Zone
ALARM
N/C

GND
TAMPER
TAMPER
(6K8 EOL)

ZN 11
N/C
ZONE 1
(3K3 EOL)
The above diagrams display zone configurations
using Normally-Closed Alarm contacts and
Note Normally-Open Alarm Contacts. When using
Normally-Open Alarm Contacts you must select
Inverted Seal for each zone in MENU 3-1-8.
A shorted loop is a tamper condition for all EOL
zone configurations.
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ZN 1
N/O
ZONE 1
N/O
ZONE 2
GND
2
ZN 2
Red
Brow n (+/- 1%)
Grey
Blue
Red
Brow n (+/- 1%)
3K3
ZN 22
Figure 12: N/C Zone With Tamper
Orange
Orange
6K8
3K3 =
6K8 =
Orange
Blue
Figure 17: EOL Resistor Colour Chart
Figure 13: N/O No EOL Zone
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L A N O ve r v iew
CONTROL PANEL
Connect to mains
earth via 3 wire
plug pack transformer.
The control panel communicates with other system module
devices via the built in RS485 LAN or Local Area Network.
EARTH
+
L
A
A N
-
For increased security, the system uses anti-substitution
technology and a proprietary data encryption algorithm to
communicate with all LAN modules.
B
+ -
When using the recommended cable types the LAN can
be up to 1200 metres in length, or even greater when LAN
isolators are used.
+
It is recommended that one or more CM797B
Isolators be used when connecting the LAN between
Note multiple buildings.
i
The method shown in Figure 18, is only recommended for
use where the total LAN length is 300 metres or less and the
system is not installed in a electrically noisy environment.
In this case it is possible to use 7/0.20 or 14/0.20 security
cable (non twisted) provided that module voltage levels
are maintained within specification.
The method shown in Figure 19, offers the greatest
immunity to noise interference and voltage surges. This
connection method is recommended where the total LAN
length is greater than 300 metres. When using twisted pair
cable the LAN length can be up to 1200 metres, and this
can be extended even further when using LAN isolators.
The LAN can be wired using the daisy chain method as
shown, where each module is wired back to the panel
on the same cable run or using a star configuration,
where individual modules are wired back to the panel on
individual wires.
Un-shielded cable can be used successfully in many
situations however for the highest reliability and
performance in areas prone to frequent electrical storms or
high levels of electrical interference, shielded twisted pair
cable should be used.
LAN+ and LAN- should not be used to power detectors or
other external devices. These devices should be powered
from the +12V terminals on the panel or via an external
power supply.
When wiring modules with built in power supplies like
the control panel and the CM720B Power Supply, do NOT
connect the EARTHwire from any 3 wire p
lug pack to the
module’sEARTH input terminal, if you have installed a
separate communication earth wire.
10
N
Fit Shunt
First Device
CM704-ZONE EXPANDER
EARTH
+
L
A
A N
-
Y
LAN
TERM
N
B
-
A
B
KEYPAD
300 metres max
Figure 18 and Figure 19 show the two recommended
module connection diagrams.
LAN
TERM
E
Security Cable
(7/0.20-14/0.20)
cable can be used
for this wiring
configuration.
See the CM797B LAN Isolation Module reference guide for
more information on how to use LAN isolators to increase
the overall LAN length, improve surge immunity protection
and prevent earth loops.
L A N Wiring
A B
Y
The LOOP
terminal is
not internally
connected.
+
It can be
used to
terminate
+
the LAN+
on modules
which have
an on board
power supply.
B
L
A
A N
-
-
A
Connect to
mains earth
via 3 wire
plug pack
transformer.
CM720-POWER SUPPLY
B
EARTH
LOOP
-
L
A A
N
Positive LAN
voltage is
re-generated
by the CM720
Power Supply.
Y
LAN
TERM
N
B
+12V OUT
E
-
CM710-OUTPUT EXPANDER
EARTH
A B
+
A
B
= +12V OUT
= EARTH
= LAN = LAN B
L
A
N
Y
LAN
TERM
N
Fit Shunt
Last Device
= LAN +
= LAN A
Figure 18: LAN Connection Using 2 Pair Security Cable
The LAN A and LAN B wires are not interchangeable. Make
sure that the LAN A wires from all modules connect to LAN
A on the panel and LAN B wires from all modules connect
to LAN B on the panel.
Do not connect the positives of two power supply
sources together. When wiring the LAN to modules
that are self powered, or powered from an external
source you should terminate the LAN+ into the
terminal marked LOOP. This terminal is simply a
termination point and is not internally connected.
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Sys te m Ear t h i n g
2
2.5mm Yellow/Green
Connect to
main building
earth conductor.
C. E. T.
*
EARTH
+
L
A
A N
-
Shield only
connected
at one end.
A B
Belden 8723
2 pair twisted
shielded data
cable is
recommended
for this wiring
configuration.
2.5mm2
+ -
LAN
TERM
N
Fit Shunt
First Device
E
CM704-ZONE EXPANDER
EARTH
+
L
A
A N
-
Y
LAN
TERM
N
-
A
B
2.5mm2
B
E
KEYPAD
The LOOP
terminal is
not internally
connected.
+
It can be
used to
terminate
+
the LAN+
on modules
which have
an on board
power supply.
B
L
A
A N
-
-
A
B
2.5mm2
1500 metres max
Y
B
+
When running a CET communications Earth as per
Figure 19, the communication earth should be connected
to the earth terminal on each module and then connected
back through the CET to the main building earth conductor.
CONTROL PANEL
NOTE:
Do NOT connect
plug pack
Earth wires to
any modules
when running
a separate
communication
earth wire.
E
-
L
A A
N
Positive LAN
voltage is
re-generated
by the CM720
Power Supply.
Y
LAN
TERM
N
B
+12V OUT
2.5mm2
If a separate Communications Earth wire is
installed, do NOT connect the EARTHwire from
Note any 3 wire p
lug pack to any modulesEARTH input
terminal.
i
If a separate communications earth is NOT being used,
then you should connect the earth wire from the 3 wire
plug pack to the panels earth terminal as shown in Figure
19.
When using shielded cable, the shield of each length of
cable should only be connected to a protective earth at one
end. Do no allow the shield to make contact with negative
0 volts, ground or any other wiring within the system.
All earth wiring should be carried out in accordance with
the local wiring regulations in your area.
Te r m i n at i n g t h e L A N
LOOP
E
CM710-OUTPUT EXPANDER
EARTH
A B
+
-
Shield not
connected
at this end.
A
B
= SHIELD
= EARTH
CM720-POWER SUPPLY
EARTH
-
Do NOT connectthe plug pack transformers earth wire to
any modules earth terminal.
L
A
N
Y
LAN
TERM
N
Fit Shunt
Last Device
= LAN +
= LAN = LAN A
= LAN B
= RE-GENERATED LAN +
Figure 19: LAN Connection Using Twisted Pair Cable
The LAN- terminals from all modules must be connected
together for correct operation.
For reliable operation, the system LAN must be terminated
correctly. The control panel and all LAN modules include a
LAN TERM pin header and shunt which is used to connect
the termination resistor on the module.
When the shunt is installed between the Y pin and the
centre pin, the terminator is fitted and when the shunt is
between the N pin and the centre pin the terminator is not
fitted.
Where all modules are connected to the panel on a single
cable run, (Daisy Chained) the terminators should be
installed on the first and last modules on the LAN.
If the modules are connected to the panel via multiple
cables all running back to the control panel (Star
Configuration) then the terminators should be installed on
the modules at the end of the two longest cable runs.
There are noLAN terminators o
n keypads. If a keypad is
one of the two furthest devices from the control panel
then a 470 ohm 1/2watt resistor can be fitted at the keypad
between the LAN A and LAN B terminals.
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The LAN must be terminated correctly for correct
operation.
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PCB Layout
Earth Connection
Spade For Surge
Protection
16-18 VAC
24VA
Panel Cabinet
Tamper Circuit
Connection
Terminals
12VDC 7.2Ah Sealed
Lead Acid Battery
Panasonic LC-P127R2P
or Equivalent
The maximum
continuous
combined
current draw
from the +12V,
LAN + and
C+ terminals
must not
exceed 1 Amp
Battery
Charging
Globe
Accessory
12 VDC Supply
(750mA Fused)
RS485 LAN
Termination
Shunt
4-Pin Socket
to LAN For
Service Keypad
LAN Devices
Connection
Terminals
(750mA Fused)
Relay COM
Terminal
Programming
Shunt
Output Devices
12VDC Supply
(2.5A Fused)
Expansion Port
TCP/IP, GSM
Module
Connection
Output 1, 2, 3 and 4
Connection Terminals
500mA
Default and
Direct Connect
Switch
Ouput 5
Relay Output
24V D.C. 2Amp
Refer to
Documentation
For Dialer &
Status LED’s
RF Receiver
/ Keyswitch
Input
10-Pin Serial
Connection
Socket For Direct
Link / Flash
Programming
etc.
X
Voice Module
Connection
Socket
(Optional)
G
SP

RoHS
N12138
Security & Access Controller N12138
D IGIFLEX
VISION-GRAPhIC
SOLUTION 6000
Intrusion Control Panel
N12138
Powered by
Telephone Line
Connection Socket
(RJ12 6P4C)
P/Nº: CC610
CC720
MFG: 12 P/Nº:
Oct 2013
MFG: 01-Mar-11
VER: 2.00
VER: 2.00
N12138
Zone Input
Terminals
Telephone Line
Connection
Terminals
Figure 20: Solution 6000 Board Layout
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Co n n ec tio n D ia gram
Earth Connection
Spade For Surge Protection
16-18V AC
24 VA
Connect To
Cabinet Tamper
GREEN
YELLOW
YELLOW
-
+
The maximum
continuous
combined
current draw
from the +12V,
LAN + and
C+ terminals
must not
exceed 1 Amp
+
Panasonic
LC-P127R2P
or Equivalent
12V DC
7.2AH Sealed
Lead Acid Battery
Accessories
(e.g. PIR Detectors)
-
NC
To Zone Terminals
COM
LAN +
Keypad /
LAN Expansion
Device
LAN LAN A
Relay COM
Terminal
Programming
Shunt
LAN B
Siren Tamper Switch
Horn
Speaker
N/C
+
-
Smoke
Detector
-
+
3K3
+
-
Fit the supplied
3K3 resistor
across the piezo
siren so the panel
can monitor the
connection.
Ouput 5
Relay Output
24V D.C. 2Amp
Piezo Siren
ZONE 2
N/C
ZONE 3
N/C
ZONE 4
N/C
ZONE 5
N/C
ZONE 6
+12V
GND
ZONE 7
ZONE 8
N/C
N/C
RJ12 6P4C - RJ12 6P4C
Phone Lead
G
Connect To
Telephone Line
Mode 3
N/C
SOLUTION 6000
N/C
Intrusion Control Panel
Connect
To
Accessory
Power
ZONE 1
P/Nº: CC610
MFG: 12 Oct 2013
VER: 2.00
RF
Receiver
RF DATA
X
Strobe Light
SP
N12138

RoHS
Premises
Telephone
N12138

Incoming Street
Telephone Line
Figure 21: Solution 6000 Connection Diagram
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Te r min al Descr iptions
Nº
Name
Description
Nº
Name
Description
35
GND
Common (-) for Zone 7 and 8 sensor loop.
1
Earth
Earth wire from this terminal is connected
to the Mains earth.
36
ZN 8
Zone 8 and 16 sensor loop input (+).
2
3
~ (AC)
~ (AC)
Connection of the AC plug pack
transformer
37
38
IN
IN
These terminals are used to connect the
telephone line from the street.
4
5
BAT (-)
BAT (+)
Negative and positive connections to the
stand-by battery. 12 VDC / 7AH
39
40
OUT
OUT
These terminals are used to connect the
premises telephones.
6
7
8
9
10
11
+12 V
+12 V
+12 V
GND
GND
GND
These terminals are used to power
detectors and LAN devices up to 750 mA.
12
13
LAN +
LAN -
These terminals are used to power LAN
devices up to 750 mA.
LAN A
Connect the LAN A data terminal of any
LAN device (eg. Keypads, expansion
boards) to this terminal. The control
panel supports up to 300 m of 24/0.20
(18 AWG) wire on these terminals.
14
15
LAN B
Connect the LAN B data terminal of any
LAN device (eg. Keypads, expansion
boards) to this terminal. The control
panel supports up to 300 m of 24/0.20
(18 AWG) wire on these terminals.
Alarm power capable of providing a
16 COMM+ maximum of 2.5 Amp (+). This terminal
is PTC Fuse protected.
17
18
19
20
OUT 1
OUT 2
OUT 3
OUT 4
Programmable output, capable of
providing a maximum of 500 mA (-). This
terminal is PTC Fuse protected.
21
22
23
N/C
COM
N/O
2 A @ 24 VDC Relay Output Form C contact
24
INPUT
Programmable Input for RF Receivers,
Keyswitch and other devices.
25
ZN 1
Zone 1 and 9 sensor loop input (+).
26
GND
Common (-) for Zone 1 and 2 sensor loop.
27
ZN 2
Zone 2 and 10 sensor loop input (+).
28
ZN 3
Zone 3 and 11 sensor loop input (+).
29
GND
Common (-) for Zone 3 and 4 sensor loop.
30
ZN 4
Zone 4 and 12 sensor loop input (+).
31
ZN 5
Zone 5 and 13 sensor loop input (+).
32
GND
Common (-) for Zone 5 and 6 sensor loop.
33
ZN 6
Zone 6 and 14 sensor loop input (+).
34
ZN 7
Zone 7 and 15 sensor loop input (+).
14
Table 4: Terminal Block Descriptions
The maximum combined continuous current draw from the +12V, LAN + and COMM+ terminals must
Note not exceed 1 Amp
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B oard Con n e c tor s
Connector
Description
Service
This socket allow you to connect a service
Keypad to the panel during installation.
Tamper
This socket is used to connect the panel
enclosure tamper switch.
Default
This push button is used to reset the control panel back to factory default.
Voice
Module
This is used to connect the optional Voice
Command Module (CM101B).
Serial
This socket is used to connect serial devices to the control system like the direct link
programming module.
Telco
This is a RJ12 6P/4C connector that allows
you to connect the control panel to the
PSTN telephone line.
Relay
The relay select PIN’s allow you to easily program the relay common contact to
switch either +12v or GND by fitting a plug
on link.
Expansion
Port
This port is used to connect additional
modules to the control panel (eg. TCP/IP
Interface Module etc)
Table 5: Board Connector Descriptions
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Ab o u t The Keypa d
Key
The keypad has 20 keys that allow you to input instructions
and navigate the programming menu’s as required. Some
keys have a secondary function which is activated by
pressing and holding them down for two seconds. Each
key is described below.
Key
Description
to
The numeric keys allow you to enter
your user PIN when required.
Use the [MENU] and the numeric keys
to enter commands. The [MENU] key
is also used to go back one level when
navigating through menus or to exit a
programming location without saving
changes.
The [ON] key allows you to turn an area
or output on. To turn all areas on at the
same time when the system has been
partitioned, press and hold the [ON]
key for two seconds.
The [PART] key allows you to turn an
area Part On. This key can also be used
to bypass a zone or multiple zones
when you press and hold for two
seconds after you enter your PIN.
Description
The [] key allows you to navigate
through menus or to toggle characters
when
programming
telephone
numbers. Pressing The [] key will
display current trouble conditions
when the area that the keypad is
displaying is disarmed.
+
for 2 sec
+
for 2 sec
+
for 2 sec
Press and hold the [] and [] keys
together for 2 seconds will initiate a
panic emergency alarm to be triggered.
If programmed, the sirens will sound
and the monitoring station will be
notified.
Press and hold the [] and [] keys
together for 2 seconds will initiate a
fire emergency alarm to be triggered. If
programmed, the sirens will sound and
the monitoring station will be notified.
Press and hold the [] and [] keys
together for 2 seconds will initate
a medical emergency alarm to be
triggered. If programmed, the sirens
will sound and the monitoring station
will be notified.
Table 6: Keypad Key Functions
The [OFF] key allows you to turn an
area or output off. To turn all areas off
at the same time when the system had
been partitioned, press and hold the
[OFF] key for two seconds after you
enter your PIN.
The [OK] key allows you to save any
changes and exit the command.
The [MAIL] key allows you to read
stored mail. This key can also be used
to initiate a dialler test when you press
and hold for two seconds.
Figure 22: Keypad Emergency Alarm Trigger’s
The [] key allows you to move the
cursor left when programming text or
telephone numbers.
The [] key allows you to move the
cursor right when programming text
or telephone numbers.
The [] key allows you to navigate
through menus or to toggle characters
when
programming
telephone
numbers.
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St at u s I cons / LE D ’s
The WiFi enabled keypad or module has successfully connected to
your local WiFi network.
The WiFi enabled keypad or module is not connected to your local
WiFi network.
The following table lists the function of each of the ICON
symbols and LED indicators on the keypad display.
Icon
Red
LED
Green
LED
Red &
Green
LED
16
Status
Meaning
The keypad can be programmed to display
area icons (1 to 8) that allow users to easily
identify which areas have been turned on or off
without the need to toggle between areas (See
MENU 6-1-4).
The area is turned All On or Part
On
On
Off
The area is turned Off
Flashing
The area has an alarm
Fast
On
System power is normal
Flashing
System power is missing
Flashing
A fire alarm is active
Off
No fire alarm
Fire alarm in memory (Turn the
On
area All On and Off to Clear).
The existing service or trouble
On
condition has been acknowledged.
No service or trouble conditions
Off
exist
A service or trouble condition is
Flashing
present that has not been acknowledged.
On
The area is turned Part On.
Off
The area is not turned Part On.
On
The area is turned off.
The area is turned All On or Part
Off
On
The area is turned All On or Part
On
On
Off
The area is turned Off
On
All messages have been read.
Off
Message queue is empty
An unread message is in the
Flash
queue.
Area is ready to turn on
On
(All On / Part On)
Off
Not ready, Zone Open
On
All On
Flashing
Alarm
On
Area is off.
Flashing
Area not ready to turn on
Flashing
Installer programming mode is
active.
Table 7: ICON & LED Indicator Meanings
Key p ad Ton e s
All keypads emit several distinct tones and display text
to alert you to system events. The volume of the keypad
tones can be adjusted in MENU 6-0-7.
Type
Meaning
Fire
Alarm
Tone
When a fire zone sounds an alarm, the
keypad will sound 3 seconds on and 2
seconds off (repeat).
Burglary
Alarm
Tone
When a burglary zone activates while your
system is turned on, your keypad emits a
continuous siren tone. It sounds for the
time set by your security company.
Trouble
Tone
When a system component is not
functioning properly, your keypad sounds
4 fast short beeps followed by a 5 second
pause (repeat).
Key Press
Tone
Pressing any key on the keypad sounds one
short beep, indicating that the key press is
accepted.
Entry
Delay
Tone
When you enter the premises through
a zone programmed for entry delay, the
keypad sound a Hi/Low tone to remind you
to turn off the area. If the area is not turned
off before the entry delay expires, an alarm
condition will sound and a report may be
sent to your alarm company.
Exit
Delay
Tone
After you turn an area All On, the keypad
will sound 1 short beep every second.
During the last 10 seconds fast short beeps
will be heard. If you don’t exit before the
delay time expires and an exit delay door is
faulted, an alarm occurs.
Error
Tone
If you enter an incorrect value when
programming, the keypad will sound a 2
second tone.
Menu
Mode
The keypad will sound a Lo/Hi tone to
indicate you have entered MENU Mode and
a Hi/Low tone to indicate you have exited
MENU mode.
Chime
Tone
The keypad sounds fast short beeps to alert
you when a zone programmed for chime is
faulted or unsealled.
Table 8: Keypad Tones
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Key p ad & R ea der s S e t u p
R ot ar y Sw i tch Addre s s S e l e c t
The control panel can have a maximum of 16 keypads and/
or readers connected via the LAN terminals. Each keypad
or reader must be set to a unique address before they will
operate.
Keypads and readers fitted to the system must be assigned
a unique address on the LAN. Some keypads and readers
include a rotary address switch for quick selection.
Each keypad or reader needs to be assigned to a home area
via MENU 6-1-3. This sets the area the keypad or reader
will display and control by default. Keypads and readers
can be locked to a home area or allowed to roam or move
between areas. At factory default, the home area is factory
default to operate Area 1.
Set each keypad or reader address using “Table 9: DIP
Switch Address Settings” on page 17 and “Table 10:
Rotary Switch Address Settings” on page 17 as a guide.
Only 1 keypad can be assigned to each address. All
keypads are supplied from the factory set to address
Note 1. (OFF-OFF-OFF-OFF).
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D I P Switch Addres s S e le c t
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Figure 23: Keypad DIP Switch Address Settings
DIP Switch Address Settings
Keypad/Reader No
S1
S2
S3
S4
1
Off
Off
Off
Off
2
On
Off
Off
Off
3
Off
On
Off
Off
4
On
On
Off
Off
5
Off
Off
On
Off
6
On
Off
On
Off
7
Off
On
On
Off
8
On
On
On
Off
9
Off
Off
Off
On
10
On
Off
Off
On
11
Off
On
Off
On
12
On
On
Off
On
13
Off
Off
On
On
14
On
Off
On
On
15
Off
On
On
On
16
On
On
On
On
The following table shows how to set the address setting
for each keypad and reader, as well as the number of
devices the panel can support.
Rotary Switch Address Settings
Address Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Keypad/Reader No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Table 10: Rotary Switch Address Settings
Figure 24: Rotary Swich Address Settings
Table 9: DIP Switch Address Settings
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DTM F Control Func t ions
DTM F EXAM P L ES
Firmware includes comprehensive DTMF control of
individual areas and outputs with full user PIN and TIMER
GROUP access verification.
Each example below shows the log on step for clarity. In
practise is only necessary to log on once per DTMF control
session.
Unlike other systems, no additional hardware or modules
are required for DTMF control. To configure the desired
functions see MENU 5-3-5 DTMF Options.
To turn Area 1 ON enter the following
[2] [5] [8] [0] [#] = Log ON
[1] + [1] + [#] + [1] = Arm Area 1
To turn Output 10 ON enter the following
[2] [5] [8] [0] [#] = Log ON
[2] + [1] [0] + [#] + [1] = Turn Output 10 ON
To turn Output 12 OFF enter the following
[2] [5] [8] [0] [#] = Log ON
[2] + [1] [2] + [#] + [2] = Turn Output 12 OFF
How to Use DTMF Control
1. Once the panel answers the incoming call, if either
option 1, 2, 3 or 4 in MENU 5-3-5 is enabled, then the
panel will play a short welcome jingle. You now have
approximately 5 seconds to enter a valid PIN and log
onto the panel.
2. Enter PIN followed by the [#] key. If the PIN is valid the
system will respond with two short beeps. If the PIN is
invalid then a single long beep will be heard.
If a valid PIN is not entered in time, the panel will attempt
to establish a modem connection as if connecting to
the Solution Link software.
If this happens you will need to hang up for
approximately 60 seconds before trying again.
3. Once validated, the following commands can be
performed. See the table below. If no keys are pressed
for 20 seconds then the panel will play the exit jingle
before terminating the session and hanging up.
Pressing [#][#] at any time while connected will cause
the panel to terminate the session.
DTM F Cont rol Func t ions
Operation
Command
Tone Response
Quick Arm
High, Medium,
[0] + [#]
All Areas
Low
Log In
[PIN] + [#]
Low, High
OK
Error
Incorrect Entry
Long Beep
Turn Area
[1] + [Area No] + [#] + [1]
Low, High
ON
Turn Area
[1] + [Area No] + [#] + [2]
High, Low
OFF
Turn
[2] + [Output No] + [#] + [1]
Low, High
Output ON
Turn
Output [2] + [Output No] + [#] + [2]
High, Low
OFF
End
High, Medium,
[#] + [#]
Session
Low
Table 11: DTMF Remote Control Functions
If the DTMF Quick Arm option is enabled then it is
possible to remotely arm all areas without logging
Note onto the panel. Simply enter [0] + [#] following the
welcome jingle.
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Make sure that the phone being used to remotely
control the panel is set to transmit DTMF tones
when keys are pressed during the call. This option is
disabled by default on some phones.
Program m i n g O ve r vi ew
The control panel incorporates a menu text driven interface.
This interface is very similar to that found on many mobile
phones. Once programming mode is entered you will see a
number of menu options in the display and these may vary
depending in the user authority level.
Ente r i n g Program m i n g M ode
To enter installer program mode enter, PIN + [MENU].
The default Installer PIN is 1234.
The Red and Green LED indicators on the keypad will flash
to confirm Installer programming mode is active.
Exi t i n g Program m i n g M ode
Press and hold down [MENU] key for 2 seconds.
N avi g at i n g Th e M e n u
Using the up and down arrow keys to navigate, locate the
desired menu item using the highlight bar and then press
the [OK] key to select.
A new list of menu items will appear. Repeat the above
until the desired menu item is located.
To navigate backwards through the menu items press
the [MENU] key at any time. Alternatively if you know the
direct menu item number press [MENU] + Item Number.
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Key

Description
Scrolls Cursor Left

Scrolls Cursor Right

Scrolls Cursor Up

Scrolls Cursor Down
OK
Enter Menu Options or Saves Changes
MENU
Go Back One Level, Hold Down to Exit
Programming Mode
0 to 9
Enter Data Value
ON
Turn On Bit Option
OFF
Turn Off Bit Option, Clear to End of Line
Table 12: Keys Used During Programming
Co mma nd M enu
When you first enter programming mode a special menu
called the Command Menu will appear at the top of the
menu tree. The Command Menu provides a list of the
most common system funtions like “Turn Chime Mode On”,
“Move To An Area” or “Turn An Area On”. Use the up and
down arrow keys to navigate and press [OK] to select the
command.
Pro gramming O p t ion Bit M e nu s
Use the up and down arrow keys to scroll through the 8
different options. To select an option, press the [ON] key
– a tick [] will be displayed. To deselect an option, press
the [OFF] key.
Off On Low Battery
Show Overload
 Report Overload
Press  OK ON OFF MENU
Key
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0




OFF
Characters Assigned To Each Numeric Key
.
,
?
!
&
`
1
A
B
C
a
b
c
2
D
E
F
d
e
f
3
G
H
I
g
h
i
4
J
K
L
j
k
l
5
M
N
O m
n
o
6
P
Q
R
S
p
q
r
s
7
T
U
V
t
u
v
8
W
X
Y
Z
w
x
y
z
9
SPACE
0
Scroll Up through entire character list
Scroll Down through entire character list
Move to left one character position
Move to right one character position
Clear from cursor postiion to end of line
Table 13: Text Keypad Character Set
Once the desired character is displayed press the right
arrow key to move to the next character position. To save
programming changes, press [OK], else press [MENU] to
exit without saving.
The following additional special characters are
available by scrolling using the up and down arrow
Note keys. + - @ # $ “ & % * : ( ) / < > =
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Te l e p h on e N um b e r s
To program, select primary telephone number under
[MENU] 5-1-1 then enter the digits of the telephone number
and press the [OK] key to save. Use the up and down arrow
keys to program special characters (*, # and Pause).
Destination 1 Phone 1
Figure 25: Sample Option Bit Menu Display
To save programming changes, press [OK], else press
[MENU] to exit without saving.
0297417000
Press  0-9 OK to SAVE
Figure 27: Telephone Number Programming Display
Al ph a Tex t
Text descriptions are available for Area Name, Zone Name,
User Name, TimeZone Name, Holiday Name Prox Reader
Name and Output Name. Each name can have a maximum
of 20 characters.
Area 2 Name
Reception Area
Press  OK or MENU
Figure 26: Area Text Programming Display
When programming text, each numeric key represents a
different group of characters.
Pressing the same numeric key repeatedly will step you
through the available characters assigned to the key. The
text key layout is the same as most phones. Refer to the
table below for detailed character information.
Key
0 to 9

Enter the digits 0 to 9
Scroll Up through entire character list 0 - 9 * #
, comma = 2 second pause

Move to left or right one character position
OFF
Clear from cursor postiion to end of line
Table 14: Phone Number Character Set
To save programming changes, press [OK], else press
[MENU] to exit without saving.
L i s t O p t i on s
Use the [] and [] keys to step through the available
options. Press [OK] to save or [MENU] to exit without saving.
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You can also enter the option number directly
followed by [OK].
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Zone Type Zn1
01 - Burglary Delay 1
Press  0-9 OK to SAVE
Figure 28: List Option Programming Display
Cl o c k Pro gra mming
Use the left and right arrow keys to move to the field then
use the up and down arrow keys to change. Press [OK] to
save or [MENU] to exit without saving.
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Scroll through hours to change from am to pm.
Note
Set Date And Time
01-Jan-2015 12:00
Press  OK to SAVE
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Figure 29: Clock Programming Display
G e t t in g Sta r ted B a ck To B as e
The following steps are the mimimum requirements to get
the system reporting back to base. Examples assume the
panel is disarmed with no alarms and starting from factory
default settings.
1. Enter programming mode.
[1][2][3][4] + [MENU]
2. Set date and time.
MENU 7-1-0
3. Change default installer PIN.
MENU 1-5-2
4. Change default master PIN.
MENU 1-1-1
5. Enter (Client) account number for Area 1.
MENU 2-2-0
6. Enter base station primary telephone number.
MENU 5-1-1
7. Enter base station secondary telephone number.
MENU 5-1-2
8. Press and hold down [MENU] to exit.
S e r vi ce M ode
Service mode when activated disables dialler reporting,
prevents all alarms and prevents all users from arming the
system.
To Turn Service Mode ON
1. Enter programming mode.
[1][2][3][4] + [MENU]
2. T urn service mode on.
MENU 7-0-8
3. Follow display prompts.
4. Hold down [MENU] to exit.
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Note
Keypads will display the word Service when service
mode is active.
To Turn Service Mode OFF
1. Enter programming mode.
[1][2][3][4] + [MENU]
2. T urn service mode off.
MENU 7-0-8
3. Follow display prompts.
4. Hold down [MENU] to exit.
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Note
Keypads will display the word Service when service
mode is active.
D e faul t i n g Th e Sys te m
Defaulting the system will reset all programming options
back to the factory default setting. All programming
information will be erased.
To Hardware Default
1. Remove all power to the system - AC and battery.
2. P
ress and hold the default push button, then apply
power to the control panel.
3. R
elease the default button, The panel will reset and
revert to normal operation when default is complete.
To Software Default
1. Enter programming mode.
[1][2][3][4] + [MENU]
2. S elect factory default option.
MENU 7-0-4
3. T he panel will reset and revert to normal operation
when the default is complete.
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You can disable factory defaulting using MENU 7-74. If factory defaulting has been disabled you must
Note know the installer code to perform a factory default
otherwise the system will need to be returned to
your supplier for defaulting or you can purchase a
CM255B Default Unlock Key which will unlock the
panel in the field. Charges apply for defaulting if
retuned to the distributor.
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Zon e Ar ray
The feature allows you to view the condition of all zones on
the panel in banks of 16 zones at a time. From the installer
programing mode press MENU 3-0-1 to access the zone
array.
Use the [] and [] arrow keys to scroll up and down the
zone banks and press [OK] or [MENU] when finished.
The following information can be displayed depending on
the current zone status.
D o mestic Template De f au lt s
N= NORMAL
S = SHORTED
A= ALARM
T= TAMPER
- = DISABLED
The following table list the changes that will occur when
you select domestic default using MENU 7-0-3.
Program Option
Domestic Default Value
All Trouble Reports
Disabled
All Bypass Reports
Disabled
All Restore Reports
Disabled
Destination 1 TX Format
Domestic Reporting
Access Route
Log Only
Open / Close Reports
Log Only
Test Route
Log Only
System Route
Log Only
Table 15: Domestic Default Settings
D irec t Link Pro gramming
The panel can be programmed via the Solution Link
Upload/Download software in either Direct Link or Remote
Link modes. For Direct Link you will need a CM900B Direct
Link module which connected the panels serial port to the
PC.
Once the cable is connected you will need to hold down
the default switch on the panel for 5 seconds to initiate the
programming session. See Figure 20: for the default switch
location. It is also possible to initiate the programming
session via MENU 5-0-5 - Start Direct Link.
0000000001111111
1234567890123456
NSA-ANAT-------PRESS , OK or MENU
In the above example screen,
N = Zone 01 and 06 are Normal (Sealed)
S = Zone 02 is Shorted
A = Zone 03,05,07 are in Alarm (Unsealed)
T = Zone 08 is in Tamper Alarm (Unsealed)
- = Zone 04, 09-16 are Disabled (Unused)
D oor Ar ray
This feature allows you to view door status in groups of 16.
From the installer programing mode press MENU 4-0-4 to
access the door array.
Press [OK] or [MENU] when finished.
The following information can be displayed depending on
the current door status.
L = Door Locked
U = Door Unlocked
O = Override
- = Disabled or Not Available
0000000001111111
1234567890123456
LLLLL---UUUUO--Press  OK or MENU
In the above example screen,
L = Doors 01 to 05 are Locked
O = Door 13 has a Override condition
U = Doors 09 to 12 area Unlocked
- = Doors 06 to 08 and Doors 14 to 16 are Disabled or
Not Available
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O u t p u t Ar ray
Zn771 - 778
Lift Controller 9 - 16
This feature allows you to view output status in groups of
16. From the installer programing mode press MENU 4-0-2
to access the output array.
Zn781 - 788
Input Expander 1 - 8
Zn791 - 798
Input Expander 9 - 16
Zn801 - 808
Universal Expander 1 - 8
Zn811 - 818
Universal Expander 9 - 16
Zn821 - 828
RF Receiver 1 - 8
Zn831 - 838
LAN Power Supply 1 - 8
Zn841 - 848
Serial Expander 1 - 8
Zn851 - 858
Output Expander 1 - 8
Use the up and down arrow keys to scroll up and down the
output banks and press [OK] or [MENU] when finished.
The following information can be displayed depending on
the current zone status.
N = NORMAL - Off Condition
T = TRIGGERED - On Condition
F = FAULT - Overload Condition
- = DISABLED
1. Enter [MENU] + [4] + [0] + [2] and use the up and
down arrows to select the output group to view.
2. Use the [] and [] down arrows at any time to move
to a new group. The keypad will display the following
output array information for outputs 1 to 16.
0000000001111111
1234567890123456
NNNNN---TF-----Press  OK or MENU
In the above example screen,
N = Outputs 01 to 05 are Normal (Off )
F = Output 10 has a Fault (Overload)
T = Output 09 is Triggered (On)
- = Outputs 05 to 08 and Outputs 11 to 16 are
Disabled or Not Available
B a sic R epor ting R efe re nce
A complete reporting template is available on the Solution
Link CD or from your nearest Bosch security products outlet.
Your base station will need to create a specific reporting
template for this and other new model Solution panels.
Point ID Table
Installer
Ur998
Remote User
Ur997
TimeZone
Ur996
Guard Tour
Ur000
22
GSM Module
Zn861
GSM Input 1
Zn862
GSM Input 2
Zn863
GSM Input 3
Zn864
GSM Input 4
Zn870
Ethernet Module
Zn871
Real Time Clock Module
Zn872
Voice Module
Zn873
Service Keypad
Zn881 - 888
Consoles 1 - 8
Zn891 - 898
Control Panel 1 - 8
Zn911 - 918
LAN Isolator 1 - 8
Zn921 - 928
LAN Isolator 9 - 16
Zn901 - 908
Destination Route 1 - 8
Zn971 - 978
Consoles 9 - 16
Zn901 - 908
Destination Route 1 - 8
Zn911 - 918
LAN Isolator 1 - 8
Zn921 - 928
LAN Isolator 9 - 16
Zn931 - 938
LAN Power Supply 9 - 16
Zn951 - 958
Output Expander 9 - 16
Zn971 - 978
Consoles 9 - 16
Table 16: Shortform Point ID Listing
Module Description
Ur999
Ur001 - 995
Zn860
Users
Quick Arm
Zn001 - 264
Zones General
Zn001 - 064
Doors 1 - 64
Zn301 - 428
User Keyfob 1-128
Zn429 - 556
User Keyfob 129 - 256
Zn701 - 708
Door Controller 1 - 8
Zn711 - 718
Door Controller 9 - 16
Zn761 - 768
Lift Controller 1 - 8
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M e n u R eference Table
The Solution Controller includes a simple text menu system which makes all levels of programming extremely easy. Once
a valid PIN has been entered followed by the MENU key the system will automatically determine which menus and option
the user has access to and only those items will be displayed.
There are four basic grouping levels used;
1. A = All (No PIN Required)
2. U = User PIN Has Access
3. M = Master PIN Has Access
4. I = Installer PIN Has Access
The following table lists all programming menus and the authority level required to access them.
UMI
UMI
UMI
UMI
AUMI
UMI
AUMI
AUMI
UMI
MI
UMI
UMI
MI
MI
MI
UMI
UMI
UMI
I
UMI
0
Commands
2-0-1
2-0-2
2-0-3
2-0-4
2-0-5
1-1-0
3-0-0
4-0-0
4-0-1
7-1-0
3-0-5
3-9-0
4-9-0
4-9-1
4-9-2
5-0-1
7-9-1
5-9-0
7-0-8
Turn Area On/Off
Turn All Areas On
Turn All Areas Off
Move To Area
Chime On/Off
Change Own PIN
Zone Status
Output Status
Turn Output On/Off
Set Date And Time
Smoke Sensor Reset
Walk Test All Zones
External Siren Test
Internal Siren Test
Strobe Test
Call/Answer RAS
Battery Test
Test Dialler
Service Mode
About
1
MI
1-0
Commands
1-0-0 Erase User
UMI
MI
MI
MI
I
1-1
1-1-0
1-1-1
1-1-2
1-1-3
1-1-4
PIN Codes
Change Own PIN
Change Other PIN
Add PIN
Delete PIN
View PIN
MI
MI
MI
MI
1-2
1-2-0
1-2-1
1-2-2
1-2-3
Token
Add Token
Delete Token
Token Status
Edit Token
MI
MI
I
1-3
1-3-0
1-3-1
1-3-2
RF Keyfob
Add Keyfob
Delete Keyfob
Test Keyfob
MI
MI
MI
MI
MI
MI
1-4
1-4-0
1-4-1
1-4-2
1-4-4
1-4-5
1-4-6
User Properties
User Name
Area Assignment
User Options
TimeZone Access
Door Assignment
User Expire Date
I
I
I
1-5
1-5-0
1-5-1
1-5-2
Global Properties
PIN Length
PIN Retry Count
Installer PIN
I
I
1-6
Reporting
1-6-0 Access Route
1-6-1 Access Options
MI
MI
MI
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1-8
1-8-0
1-8-1
1-8-2
Fingerprint
Add Fingerprint
Delete Fingerprint
Fingerprint Status
2
Areas
AUMI
UMI
UMI
UMI
UMI
AUMI
MI
2-0
2-0-0
2-0-1
2-0-2
2-0-3
2-0-4
2-0-5
2-0-6
Commands
Area Status
Turn Area On/Off
Turn All Areas On
Turn All Areas Off
Move To Area
Chime On/Off
Chime Mode
MI
I
I
I
I
I
MI
MI
MI
2-1
2-1-0
2-1-1
2-1-2
2-1-3
2-1-4
2-1-5
2-1-6
2-1-7
2-1-8
Area Properties
Area Name
General Options
Input Options
Output Options
Reporting Options
Strobe Trigger
Part Mode 1 Name
Part Mode 2 Name
Auto Arming
I
I
I
2-2
2-2-0
2-2-1
2-2-2
Reporting
Account Dest 1
Account Dest 2
Open Close Route
MI
MI
MI
MI
I
I
2-8
2-8-0
2-8-1
2-8-2
2-8-3
2-8-4
2-8-6
Timers
Exit Time
Entry Time 1
Entry Time 2
Part Entry Time
Auto Arm Pre Alert
Senior Watch Time
I
I
I
I
2-9
2-9-0
2-9-1
2-9-2
2-9-3
Area Testing
Area Watch
User Test Interval
Service Interval
Test Options
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Inputs
AUMI
MI
UMI
MI
MI
UMI
3-0
3-0-0
3-0-1
3-0-2
3-0-3
3-0-4
3-0-5
Commands
Zone Status
Zone Array
Bypass Zones
Set Chime Zones
Set Part 2 Zones
Smoke Sensor Reset
MI
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
3-1
3-1-0
3-1-1
3-1-2
3-1-3
3-1-4
3-1-5
3-1-6
3-1-7
3-1-8
Zone Properties
Zone Name
Zone Type
Area Assignment
Pulse Count
Pulse Count Time
Door Assignment
Report Route
Report Options
Zone Options
I
I
I
3-3
3-3-0
3-3-1
3-3-2
RF Zone
Add RF Device
Delete RF Device
Test RF Device
I
I
I
3-4
3-4-0
3-4-1
3-4-2
Global Input Options
EOL Value
Keyswitch Options
Input Options
I
3-5
PGM Input
3-5-0 Input Type
I
3-6
Tamper Inputs
3-6-0 Tamper Options
3-9
Input Testing
UMI 3-9-0 Walk Test All Zones
UMI 3-9-1 Walk Test A Zone
I
3-9-2 Sensor Watch Time
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4
Outputs
AUMI
UMI
MI
MI
MI
MI
4-0
4-0-0
4-0-1
4-0-2
4-0-3
4-0-4
4-0-5
Commands
Output Status
Turn Output On/Off
Output Array
Door Status
Door Array
Door Control
MI
I
I
I
I
I
4-1
4-1-0
4-1-1
4-1-2
4-1-3
4-1-4
4-1-5
Properties
Output Name
Event Type
Event Assignment
Output Polarity
Time Parameter
Output Options
MI
I
I
4-2
4-2-0
4-2-2
4-2-3
Door Properties
Door Name
Unlock TimeZone
Door Options
MI
MI
MI
MI
4-9
4-9-0
4-9-1
4-9-2
4-9-3
Output Testing
External Siren Test
Internal Siren Test
Strobe Test
Fire Siren Test
5
Comms
UMI
MI
MI
MI
MI
MI
MI
I
5-0
5-0-1
5-0-2
5-0-3
5-0-4
5-0-5
5-0-6
5-0-8
5-0-9
Commands
Call /Answer RAS
Call Forward On/Off
Check Web Email
Email System Log
Start Direct Link
Voice Setup
Register Customer
Register Installer
I
MI
MI
MI
MI
5-1
5-1-0
5-1-1
5-1-2
5-1-6
5-1-7
Telephone Numbers
Number Prefix
Destination 1
Destination 2
Call Forward On
Call Forward Off
I
I
I
I
I
5-2
5-2-0
5-2-1
5-2-2
5-2-3
5-2-7
Properties
Call Attempt Count
Dialler Options
Phone Line Options
Country
Set SMS Password
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
5-3
5-3-0
5-3-1
5-3-2
5-3-3
5-3-4
5-3-5
5-3-6
5-3-7
5-3-8
Remote Access
Call Back Number
RAS Security PIN
Log Threshold
Ring Count
RAS Options
DTMF Options
Voice Access Code
CLI Numbers
User RAS PIN
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
5-4
5-4-0
5-4-1
5-4-2
5-4-3
5-4-4
5-4-5
5-4-6
5-4-7
Reporting
TX Format Dest 1
TX Format Dest 2
Test Route
System Route
Emergency Route
Swinger Dialler
Burg Report Delay
Fire Report Delay
I
I
I
I
MI
MI
5-5
5-5-0
5-5-1
5-5-2
5-5-7
5-5-8
5-5-9
MyAlarm
IP Address
IP Port
MyAlarm Options
Gateway Numbers
Email Address
Email Options
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I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
5-6
5-6-0
5-6-1
5-6-2
5-6-3
5-6-4
5-6-5
5-6-6
5-6-7
5-6-8
5-6-9
IP Reporting
Receiver IP
Receiver Port
Poll Rate
ACK Wait Time
IP Format
Retry Count
Encryption Key
Conettix NNC
SIA IP Prefix
User Name/Password
MI
MI
I
I
I
I
5-7
5-7-0
5-7-1
5-7-2
5-7-3
5-7-5
5-7-6
IP Remote Access
IP Address
IP Port
IP RAS Options
RAS Lockout Time
IPRS Address
IPRS Port
UMI
I
I
I
I
I
5-9
5-9-0
5-9-1
5-9-2
5-9-3
5-9-4
5-9-5
Comms Test
Send Test Report
Test Report Time
Test Report Period
Test Report Options
Test Route
Dial Number Test
6
Devices
UMI
I
I
I
MI
MI
MI
6-0
6-0-0
6-0-1
6-0-2
6-0-3
6-0-7
6-0-8
6-0-9
Commands
Device Status
LAN Secure
LAN Scan
LAN Watch
Keypad Volume
Keypad Contrast
Keypad Backlight
MI
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
MI
6-1
6-1-0
6-1-2
6-1-3
6-1-4
6-1-5
6-1-6
6-1-7
6-1-8
6-1-9
Keypads & Readers
Name
Area Options
Home Area
General Options
Indicator Options
Emergency Keys
Door Assignment
Lockout Time
WiFi Settings
I
I
I
I
I
I
6-2
6-2-0
6-2-1
6-2-2
6-2-3
6-2-4
6-2-5
RF Devices
Receiver Options
Supervision Time
RF Device Options
Add RF Keypad
Delete RF Keypad
View RF Device ID
I
I
I
6-3
6-3-0
6-3-1
6-3-2
Serial Device
Device Type
Baud Rate
Flow Control
MI
I
MI
MI
I
I
I
6-5
6-5-0
6-5-1
6-5-5
6-5-6
6-5-7
6-5-8
6-5-9
GSM/GPRS
GSM/GPRS Status
GSM/GPRS Options
CLI Triggers
SMS Control
APN Server Name
APN Username
APN Password
I
I
I
I
I
6-6
6-6-0
6-6-1
6-6-2
6-6-3
6-6-9
Ethernet Module
Module IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
Module MAC Address
Ethernet Options
7
System
UMI
UMI
UMI
I
I
I
MI
I
7-0
7-0-0
7-0-1
7-0-2
7-0-3
7-0-4
7-0-5
7-0-6
7-0-8
Commands
Panel Status
System Trouble
History Log
Domestic Default
Factory Default
Template Default
TimeZone Array
Service Mode
MI
I
I
I
7-1
7-1-0
7-1-1
7-1-2
7-1-3
Clock
Set Date And Time
Summertime On
Summertime Off
Locale
I
I
I
7-3
7-3-0
7-3-1
7-3-2
Power
AC Options
Battery Options
Fuse Options
I
I
MI
I
7-4
7-4-0
7-4-1
7-4-2
7-4-3
Siren
Tone
Speed
Volume
Siren Swinger
MI
MI
MI
MI
7-5
7-5-0
7-5-1
7-5-2
7-5-3
TimeZones
Name
Time
Day
TimeZone Options
MI
MI
7-6
7-6-0
7-6-1
Holidays
Holiday Name
Start Stop Dates
I
I
I
MI
I
I
MI
7-7
7-7-0
7-7-1
7-7-2
7-7-3
7-7-4
7-7-5
7-7-7
System Options
General Options
Area Options
Keypad Idle Screen
Keypad Hi/Lo Temp
Installer Options
Language
Site Name
UMI
UMI
7-9
7-9-0
7-9-1
System Testing
Walk Test All Zones
Battery Test
Table 17: Menu Structure And Layout
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Progra m Lo cations
Access > RF Keyfob >
The following section lists all of the programming locations
available in the Solution 6000. The default values for each
parameter are shown in grey.
Add Keyfob
MENU 1-3-0
Delete Keyfob
MENU 1-3-1
In order to keep the size of this guide down to a minimum
we have shown only one example for some parameters
and then listed the default values for the other similar
parameters. For example the user default table below
shows the default values for users 1 to 255. Similar tables
are used to show zone defaults etc.
Test Keyfob
MENU 1-3-2
Acce ss Progra mmin g
Access > Commands >
Erase User
MENU 1-0-0
Access > User Properties >
User Name
U s e r
MENU 1-4-0
1
N a m e
Use the [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right.
Use the [0] – [9] keys or the [] and [] keys to scroll
characters, then press [OK] to save. Press [OFF] to clear
text from the current cursor position.
Access > User Properties >
Access > PIN Codes >
Change Own PIN
MENU 1-1-0
Change Other PIN
MENU 1-1-1
Add PIN
MENU 1-1-2
Delete PIN
MENU 1-1-3
View PIN
MENU 1-1-4
Access > Token >
Add Token
MENU 1-2-0
Delete Token
MENU 1-2-1
Token Status
MENU 1-2-2
Edit Token
MENU 1-2-3
Area Assignment
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 1-4-1
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Security System
Area 2 Name
Area 3 Name
Area 4 Name
Area 5 Name
Area 6 Name
Area 7 Name
Area 8 Name
Use the [] and [] keys to scroll the list of options. Select
the option required, then press [ON] or [OFF] to enable or
disable. A [] will display to indicate option set. Press [OK]
to save when finished.
Access > User Properties >
User Options
Us e r D e fa ult Ta bl e
Parameter
User PIN
Name
Area Assignment
User Options
Master User
Reserved
Arm Only
Can Bypass
Auto Bypass
Always Report Op/Cl
Reserved
Log Credential
TimeZone
Door Assignment
User 1
2580
User 1 Name
1
User 2 - 255
User 2 - 255
1
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
01
01
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 1-4-2
Master User
Reserved
Arm Only
Can Bypass
Auto Bypass Allowed
Always Report Op/Cl
Reserved
Log Credential
Y
N
N
Y
Y
Y
N
N
Table 18: User Default Programming Options
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Access > User Properties >
Access > Global Properties >
TimeZone Access
MENU 1-4-4
0 1
00 - Disabled
01 - 24 Hour TimeZone
02 - TimeZone 2 Name
03 - TimeZone 3 Name
04 - TimeZone 4 Name
05 - TimeZone 5 Name
06 - TimeZone 6 Name
07 - TimeZone 7 Name
08 - TimeZone 8 Name
PIN Retry Count
i
Access > User Properties >
MENU 1-4-5
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Multiple doors can be assigned to each user. Press 1 – 16,
then press [ON] or [OFF] to toggle door on/off, then press
[OK] to save.
Access > User Properties >
User Expire Date
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04 - 4 Digits
05 - 5 Digits
06 - 6 Digits
07 - 7 Digits
08 - 8 Digits
Access > Global Properties >
All users are assigned to TimeZone 1 by default.
This means they have 24 hour access to the system.
Note
To restrict access. To restrict access to users, refer
to TimeZones.
Door 1 Name
Door 2 Name
Door 3 Name
Door 4 Name
Door 5 Name
Door 6 Name
Door 7 Name
Door 8 Name
Door 9 Name
Door 10 Name
Door 11 Name
Door 12 Name
Door 13 Name
Door 14 Name
Door 15 Name
Door 16 Name
0 4
Enter 00 - 08 + [OK] to program the PIN length.
Enter 0 - 16 + [OK] to assign the user to a TimeZone – Can
only be assigned to one TimeZone.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
MENU 1-5-0
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
00 - Variable
01 - 1 Digit
02 - 2 Digits
09 - TimeZone 9 Name
10 - TimeZone 10 Name
11 - TimeZone 11 Name
12 - TimeZone 12 Name
13 - TimeZone 13 Name
14 - TimeZone 14 Name
15 - TimeZone 15 Name
16 - TimeZone 16 Name
Door Assignment
PIN Length
MENU 1-4-6
MENU 1-5-1
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
0 6
Use [] and [] keys or enter 00 – 15 + [OK] to program the
PIN retry count (00 = Unlimited).
Access > Global Properties >
Installer PIN
MENU 1-5-2
1 2 3 4 A A A A
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
Use [0] – [9] keys to program the installer PIN + [OK] to
save. Installer PIN can be up to 8 digits long.
Access > Reporting
Access Route
MENU 1-6-0
0 0
00 - Log Events Only
01 - Dest 1 + Log
02 - Dest 2 + Log
03 - Dest 1 & 2 + Log
04 - Dest 2 If 1 Fails
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 - 4 + [OK]. Enter single
option only. (*** System Wide Parameter ***).
Access > Reporting >
Access Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Access Granted
Access Denied
Egress Granted
Egress Denied
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
MENU 1-6-1
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
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Access > Fingerprint >
Areas > Properties >
Add Fingerprint
MENU 1-8-0
Access > Fingerprint >
Delete Fingerprint
MENU 1-8-1
Access > Fingerprint >
Fingerprint Status
MENU 1-8-2
Area Progra mming
By default the control panel is configured for one area.
Examples given in this document are for Area 1 only. If the
system is configured for more than one area then you will
be prompted on the keypad to select the area you want to
work on.
Areas > Commands >
Area Status
MENU 2-0-0
Turn Area On/Off
MENU 2-0-1
Turn All Areas On
MENU 2-0-2
Turn All Areas Off
MENU 2-0-3
Move To Area
MENU 2-0-4
Chime On/Off
MENU 2-0-5
Chime Mode
MENU 2-0-6
Areas > Area Properties >
Area Name
S e c u r i t y
MENU 2-1-0
S y s t e m
Use the [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right.
Use the [0] – [9] keys or the [] and [] keys to scroll
characters, then press [OK] to save. Press [OFF] to clear
text from the current cursor position.
Areas > Properties >
General Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
28
Exit Time Restart
Reset Alarm Memory
Duress Allowed
Fault ACK Required
One Key Arming
One Key Part On
Link To Common Area
One Key Part Off
MENU 2-1-1
N
N
Y
N
Y
Y
N
N
Input Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 2-1-2
Non Sequential
Pulse Count H/Over
Senior Watch
Reset Smoke On Arming
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Auto Arm In Part 1
Y
Y
N
Y
N
N
N
N
Areas > Properties >
Output Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 2-1-3
SPK Beeps Keyfob
SPK Beeps Key/Sw
SPK Strobe In Part On
Alarm On PIN Retry
Alarm Exit Error
Alarm Key/Sw Tamper
Reserved
Reserved
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
N
N
Areas > Properties >
Reporting Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Report PIN Retry
Report Exit Error
Smart Lockout
Reserved
Cancel Report
Reserved
Op/Cl In Part On
Op/Cl After Alarm
MENU 2-1-4
Y
Y
N
N
Y
N
N
N
Areas > Properties >
Strobe Trigger
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Audible Burglary
Silent Burglary
Fire Alarm
Keyfob On/Off
Keyswitch On/Off
Reserved
24Hr Alarm
Reserved
MENU 2-1-5
Y
N
Y
N
N
N
Y
N
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Areas > Area Properties >
Areas > Reporting >
Part Mode 1 Name
P a r t
1
MENU 2-1-6
A r e a
1
N a m e
Use the [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right.
Use the [0] – [9] keys or the [] and [] keys to scroll
characters, then press [OK] to save. Press [OFF] to clear
text from the current cursor position.
Areas > Area Properties >
Part Mode 2 Name
P a r t
2
MENU 2-1-7
A r e a
1
Areas > Area Properties >
MENU 2-1-8
0 0
00 - Disabled
01 - 24 Hour TimeZone
02 - TimeZone 2 Name
03 - TimeZone 3 Name
04 - TimeZone 4 Name
05 - TimeZone 5 Name
06 - TimeZone 6 Name
07 - TimeZone 7 Name
08 - TimeZone 8 Name
MENU 2-2-2
00 - Log Events Only
01 - Dest 1 + Log
02 - Dest 2 + Log
03 - Dest 1 & 2 + Log
04 - Dest 2 If 1 Fails
0 1
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 - 4 + [OK] to program which
destination ‘Open’ and ‘Close’ reports are sent to.
Areas > Timers >
N a m e
Use the [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right.
Use the [0] – [9] keys or the [] and [] keys to scroll
characters, then press [OK] to save. Press [OFF] to clear
text from the current cursor position.
Auto Arming
Open Close Route
Exit Time
MENU 2-8-0
0 6 0
Seconds
Enter 000 – 255 + [OK] to program the exit time in
seconds.
Areas > Timers >
Entry Time 1
MENU 2-8-1
0 2 0
09 - TimeZone 9 Name
10 - TimeZone 10 Name
11 - TimeZone 11 Name
12 - TimeZone 12 Name
13 - TimeZone 13 Name
14 - TimeZone 14 Name
15 - TimeZone 15 Name
16 - TimeZone 16 Name
Enter 0 - 16 + [OK] to assign the area to a TimeZone – Can
only be assigned to one TimeZone (0 = Disabled). To set
the start/stop and days of the week that the area will
automatically arm, refer to TimeZone menu’s.
Areas > Reporting >
Account Dest 1
MENU 2-2-0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Program the area account number for Destination 1 here
(Enter digits 0 – 9 + [OK] to save).
Seconds
Enter 000 - 255 + [OK] to program the entry time in
seconds.
Areas > Timers >
Entry Time 2
MENU 2-8-2
0 4 0
Seconds
Enter 000 - 255 + [OK] to program the entry time in
seconds.
Areas > Timers >
Part Entry Time
MENU 2-8-3
0 6 0
Seconds
Enter 000 - 255 + [OK] to program the part entry time in
seconds.
Areas > Reporting >
Account Dest 2
MENU 2-2-1
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Program the area account number for Destination 1 here
(Enter digits 0 – 9 + [OK] to save).
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I n p ut Program m i n g
Areas > Timers >
Auto Arm Pre Alert
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
MENU 2-8-4
0 1 0
Minutes
Enter 000 – 255 + [OK] to program the pre-alert time in
minutes (0 = No Pre-Alert).
Areas > Timers >
Senior Watch Time
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
MENU 2-8-6
0 0 0
Hours
Enter 000 – 255 + [OK] to program the senior watch
interval in hours.
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
MENU 2-9-0
0 1 2
Enter 000 – 255 + [OK] to program the number of weeks
before registering an inactivity event.
Areas > Area Testing >
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
MENU 2-9-1
MENU 3-0-1
Bypass Zones
MENU 3-0-2
Set Chime Zones
MENU 3-0-3
Set Part 2 Zones
MENU 3-0-4
Smoke Sensor Reset
MENU 3-0-5
Z o n e
MENU 3-1-0
1
N a m e
Use the [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right.
Use the [0] – [9] keys or the [] and [] keys to scroll
characters, then press [OK] to save. Press [OFF] to clear
text from the current cursor position.
Zone Type
MENU 3-1-1
0 0 0
Enter 000 – 255 + [OK] to program the number of days
before a user test is requested.
Areas > Area Testing >
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
Zone Array
Inputs > Zone Properties >
Days
Service Interval
MENU 3-0-0
Zone Name
Weeks
User Test Interval
Zone Status
Inputs > Zone Properties >
Areas > Area Testing >
Area Watch
Inputs > Commands >
MENU 2-9-2
0 0 0
Weeks
Enter 000 – 255 + [OK] to program the number of weeks
required between installer services.
0 1
00 - Not Used
08 - Hold Up 24Hr
01 - Burglary Delay 1
09 - Medical 24Hr
02 - Burglary Delay 2
10 - Panic 24Hr
03 - Burglary Instant
11 - Fire 24Hr
04 - Burg Inst No Exit
12 - Not Used
05 - Burg Handover
13 - Keyswitch Zone
06 - Burglary 24Hr
14 - Display Only
07 - Tamper 24Hr
15 - Non Burglary 24Hr
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 – 15 + [OK] to program the
zone type.
Areas > Area Testing >
Test Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
30
User Test Required
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Walk Test Report
Walk Test 24Hr
Walk Test Fire
MENU 2-9-3
Y
N
N
N
N
Y
N
N
Inputs > Zone Properties >
Area Assignment
MENU 3-1-2
0 1
00 - No Area
01 - Security System
02 - Area 2 Name
03 - Area 3 Name
04 - Area 4 Name
05 - Area 5 Name
06 - Area 6 Name
07 - Area 7 Name
08 - Area 8 Name
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 - 8 then press [OK] to
program.
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Zo n e Assignments
Zone Assignment Table
Address Setting
Module
Zone Numbers
Zone Numbers
Number SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 SW5 (Single EOL) (Alarm+Tamper EOL)
Control Panel
Zone
Numbers
(Split EOL)
Single or Alarm +
Tamper EOL With CM705B
+ CM707B Module
1 to 8
1 to 8
1 to 8
1 to 16
1=
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
17 to 24
17 to 24
17 to 32
2=
ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
33 to 40
33 to 40
33 to 48
3=
OFF ON OFF OFF OFF
49 to 56
49 to 56
49 to 64
4=
ON ON OFF OFF OFF
65 to 72
65 to 72
65 to 80
5=
OFF OFF ON OFF OFF
81 to 88
81 to 88
81 to 96
6=
ON OFF ON OFF OFF
97 to 104
97 to 104
97 to 112
7=
OFF ON ON OFF OFF
113 to 120
113 to 120
113 to 128
8=
ON ON ON OFF OFF
129 to 136
129 to 136
129 to 144
17 to 24
25 to 32 on the CM707B
33 to 40
41 to 48 on the CM707B
49 to 56
57 to 64 on the CM707B
65 to 72
73 to 80 on the CM707B
81 to 88
89 to 96 on the CM707B
97 to 104
105 to 112 on the CM707B
113 to 120
121 to 128 on the CM707B
129 to 136
137 to 144 on the CM707B
Table 19: Zone Assignments
Inputs > Zone Properties >
Pulse Count
Inputs > Zone Properties >
MENU 3-1-3
Door Assignment
MENU 3-1-5
Pulses 0 0
00 - No Pulse Count
08 - 8 Inertia Pulses
01 - 1 Pulse
09 - 9 Inertia Pulses
02 - 2 Pulses
10 - 10 Inertia Pulses
03 - 3 Pulses
11 - 11 Inertia Pulses
04 - 4 Pulses
12 - 12 Inertia Pulses
05 - 5 Pulses
13 - Door Open Too Long
06 - 6 Inertia Pulses
14 - PreDelay
07 - 7 Inertia Pulses
15 - Reserved
Enter 0 – 15 + [OK] to program the number of pulses the
zone must register within the zone pulse count time.
Inputs > Zone Properties >
Pulse Count Time
MENU 3-1-4
Seconds
1 2 0
Enter value between 000 – 255 then select muliplier of
seconds, minutes or hours. Press [OK] to save. Use the
[←] and [→] keys to toggle between value and multiplier
settings.
0 0
00 - Disabled
01 - Door 1 Name
02 - Door 2 Name
03 - Door 3 Name
04 - Door 4 Name
05 - Door 5 Name
06 - Door 6 Name
07 - Door 7 Name
08 - Door 8 Name
09 - Door 9 Name
10 - Door 10 Name
11 - Door 11 Name
12 - Door 12 Name
13 - Door 13 Name
14 - Door 14 Name
15 - Door 15 Name
16 - Door 16 Name
A single door can be assigned to each zone. Use the []
and [] keys to highlightdoor name, then press [OK] to
save.
Inputs > Zone Properties >
Report Route
MENU 3-1-6
00 - Log Events Only
01 - Dest 1 + Log
02 - Dest 2 + Log
03 - Dest 1 & 2 + Log
04 - Dest 2 If 1 Fails
0 1
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 - 4 + [OK] to set the
destination zone reports are sent to.
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Zo n e D e fa ul t Ta bl e
The table below list the default values for all zone parameters in the Solution 6000. By default, zones 5 to 16 are set as
Instant zones and zones 17 to 144 are set as Not Used. Zones marked as Not Used do not require EOL resistors to be fitted.
Programming
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
Zones 5 - 16
Zones 17 - 144
Zone Name
Zone Type
Area Assignment
Pulse Count
Pulse Count Time
Door Assignment
Report Route
Reporting Options
Lockout Dialler
Report Alarm
Report Troubles
Report Bypass
Report Restores
Delay Reporting
Zone Options
Lockout Siren
Silent Alarm
Inverted Seal
Bypass Allowed
Sensor Watch
Armed In Part On
No EOL Required
Test On Exit
Zone 1
1 = Delay 1
1
0
120
0
2
Zone 2
5 = Handover
1
0
120
0
2
Zone 3
5 = Handover
1
0
120
0
2
Zone 4
5 = Handover
1
0
120
0
2
Zone 5 to 16
3 = Instant
1
0
120
0
2
Zone 17 to 144
0 = Not Used
1
0
120
0
2
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
N
N
Y
N
Y
N
N
Y
N
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Y
N
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Y
N
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Y
N
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Y
N
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Table 20: Zone Defaults
Inputs > Zone Properties >
Report Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Lockout Dialler
Report Alarm
Report Troubles
Report Bypass
Reserved
Reserved
Report Restores
Delay Reporting
Inputs > Zone Properties >
MENU 3-1-7
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
Y
N
Zone Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Lockout Siren
Silent Alarm
Inverted Seal
Bypass Allowed
Sensor Watch
Armed In Part On
No EOL Required
Test On Exit
MENU 3-1-8
Y
N
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Inputs > RF Zone >
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Add RF Device
MENU 3-3-0
Delete RF Device
MENU 3-3-1
Test RF Device
MENU 3-3-2
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Solution 6000 Quick Start Guide
Inputs > Global Input Options >
EOL Value
Inputs > PGM Input >
MENU 3-4-0
08 - 6k8 Ohm
09 - 8k1 Ohm
10 - 10k Ohm
11 - 6K8 Alarm + 2k2 Tamp
12 - 10k Alarm + 10k Tamp
13 - 22k Ohm
14 - 3k3 Alarm + 6k8 Tamp
15 - Split EOL 3k3 //6k8
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 - 15, then press [OK] to
program globally the EOL resistor for all zones.
Inputs > Global Input Options >
Keyswitch Options
MENU 3-4-1
0 0
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
00 - Latching All On/Off
01 - Latching All On
02 - Latch Part On/Off
03 - Latching Part On
04 - Latching Off
05 - Pulse All On/Off
06 - Pulse All On
07 - Pulse Part On/Off
08 - Pulse Part On
09 - Pulse Part Off
Tamper On Short
Reserved
Response Time 500msec
Reserved
Keyswitch Open Close
Alarm On Tamper
Reserved
Reserved
00 - Disabled
01 - Latching On/Off
02 - Pulse On/Off
03 - Simple RF On/Off
04 - Bosch Serial Rcvr
05 - Crow Serial Rcvr (TBA)
Enter 0 - 8 + [OK] to select the interface method used for
the given RF receiver.
Inputs > Tamper Inputs >
Tamper Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 3-6-0
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
Display Panel Tpr
Report Panel Tpr
Audible Panel Tpr
Display Expander Tpr
Report Expander Tpr
Audible Expander Tpr
Reserved
Reserved
Walk Test All Zones
MENU 3-9-0
Inputs > Input Testing >
Walk Test A Zones
Inputs > Global Input Options >
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0 0
Inputs > Input Testing >
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 - 9, then press [OK] to
program how the keyswitch will operate.
Input Options
MENU 3-5-0
0 5
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
00 - No EOL
01 - 1k0 Ohm
02 - 1k5 Ohm
03 - 2k2 Ohm
04 - 2k7 Ohm
05 - 3k3 Ohm
06 - 4k7 Ohm
07 - 5k6 Ohm
Keyswitch Options
MENU 3-9-1
Inputs > Input Testing >
MENU 3-4-2
N
N
N
N
Y
N
N
N
Sensor Watch Time
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
MENU 3-9-2
0 3 0
Days
Enter 0 – 255 + [OK] to program the sensor watch time in
days (0 = Disabled).
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
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O u t p u t Pro gra mming
Outputs > Properties >
Outputs > Commands >
Output Name
MENU 4-1-0
Output Status
MENU 4-0-0
Turn Output On/Off
MENU 4-0-1
Output Array
MENU 4-0-2
Door Status
MENU 4-0-3
Door Array
MENU 4-0-4
0 0 0
Door Control
MENU 4-0-5
Use [] and [] keys or enter desired event type 0 – 255 +
[OK]. See output event type table for available options.
O u t p u t
1
N a m e
Use the [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right.
Use the [0] – [9] keys or the [] and [] keys to scroll
characters, then press [OK] to save. Press [OFF] to clear
text from the current cursor position.
Outputs > Properties >
Event Type
MENU 4-1-1
O u t p u t Defa ul t Ta b le
The table below list the default values for all Output parameters in the control panel. Outputs 1 to 4 are high current digital
outputs and Output 5 is the onboard relay output. Outputs 9 to 40 are only available if the optional modules are fitted.
Options marked N/A = Not Applicable.
Programming Option
Output Name
Event Type
Event Assignment
Output Polarity
Time Parameter
N° Of Hours
N° Of Minutes
N° Of Seconds
N° Of 1/10 Seconds
Output Options
Off On Low Battery
Guest Control
Reserved
Monitor Overload
Monitor Device Fail
Alarm On Device Fail
Block If All On
Show Status On Keypad
Output 1
Output 2
External
Siren
36
(External
Siren)
0
14
Speaker
Output
Strobe
Light
Output 3
Output 4
Output 5
Smoke Sensor
Internal
PWR
Siren
49
37
48
(Smoke Sensor
(Internal
(Strobe)
GND)
Siren)
0
0
0
6
11
6
1 Shot Low +
Low 1 Shot
1 Shot Low +
Reset
Open
Reset
Output 9 - 40
On Board
Output x Name
Relay
54
00
(Keyfob
(Not Used)
Function 2)
0
0
4
0
Open 1 Shot
Open
Low
To Low
000
005
000
000
008
000
000
000
000
000
010
000
000
005
000
000
000
000
002
000
000
000
000
000
Y
N
N
Y
Y
N
N
N
Y
N
N
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
N
N
N
N
Y
N
N
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Table 21: Output Default Table
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Solution 6000 Quick Start Guide
O u t put Event Type s
00 - Disabled
01 - Battery Trouble
02 - AC Trouble
03 - Telco Line Fail
04 - Comm Fail
05 - 3rd Dial Attempt
06 - Dest Reporting
07 - Disabled
08 - Dest Kiss Off
09 - User Keyfob Func 1
10 - User Keyfob Func 2
11 - Dialler Disabled
12 - Output Device Missing
13 - Output Trouble
14 - Panel On Line
15 - Incoming Call
16 - System Trouble
17 - Box Tamper
18 - Zone Trouble
19 - Zone Mirror
20 - Zone Alarm
21 - Area Disarmed
22 - Area Part Or All On
23 - Area All On
24 - Area Part On
25 - Area Part 2 On
P
P
P
P
Rr
Rr
Rr
Rr
Ur
Ur
P
P
Op
P
P
P
Zn
Zn
Zn
A
A
A
A
A
A
(Ma) = Macro
(P) = Panel Event Assignment
(Ur) = User Event Assignment
(Kp) = Keypad
26 - Entry Timing
27 - Exit Timing
28 - End Of Exit Time
29 - Chime On
30 - Chime Zone Trigger
31 - Auto Arm Pre Alert
32 - Ready To Arm All On
33 - Ready To Part Arm
34 - Ready To Part 2 Arm
35 - Close Sent OK
36 - External Audible
37 - Internal Audible
38 - Any Zone Alarm
39 - Fire Alarm
40 - Burglary Alarm
41 - Silent Alarm
42 - Duress Alarm
43 - Keypad Medical
44 - Keypad Fire
45 - Keypad Panic
46 - Device Tamper
47 - Access Denied
48 - Strobe
49 - Smoke Sensor GND
50 - Sensor Watch
51 - Senior Watch
Legend:
(CLI) = CLI Trigger Table
(Op) = Output Event Assignment
(Tz) = TimeZone Event Assignment
(Rr) = Reporting Destination
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
52 - Exit Error
53 - Keyfob Function 1
54 - Keyfob Function 2
55 - Output In PreDelay
56 - Follow PIN Code
57 - Part Entry Time
58 - TimeZones
59 - Temperature Hi/Lo
60 - Door
69 - User Control
61 - Door Open Too Long
70 - User Panic
71 - CLI Trigger
72 - GSM Signal Lost
73 - GPRS Failure
74 - Ethernet Fail
75 - Macro
A
A
A
Op
Ur
A
Tz
Kp
Dr
Ur
Dr
Ur
CLI
P
P
P
Ma
(A) = Area Event Assignment
(Zn) = Zone Event Assignment
(Dr) = Door Group Event Assignment
Table 22: Output Event Types
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O u t p u t Assignments
Output Assignments
Address Setting
Module
Number SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 SW5
Control Panel
Virtual Outputs
1=
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
2=
ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
3=
OFF ON OFF OFF OFF
4=
ON ON OFF OFF OFF
5=
OFF OFF ON OFF OFF
6=
ON OFF ON OFF OFF
7=
OFF ON ON OFF OFF
8=
ON ON ON OFF OFF
Outputs > Properties >
Output Polarity
Output
Number
1 to 5
6 to 8
9 to 12
13 to 16
17 to 20
21 to 24
25 to 28
29 to 32
33 to 36
37 to 40
Table 23: Address Configuration and Output Assignments
0 0
00 - Open To Low
01 - Open To Low + Pre
02 - Open Latching Low
03 - Open Pulsing Low
04 - Open 1 Shot Low
05 - 1 Shot Low+Retrigger
06 - 1 Shot Low + Reset
07 - Low To Open
08 - Low To Open + Pre
09 - Low Latching Open
10 - Low Pulsing Open
11 - Low 1 Shot Open
12 - 1 Shot Open+Retrigger
13 - 1 Shot Open + Reset
14 - Speaker Output
15 - Toggle
Enter 0 – 15 + [OK] to program the output polarity type.
Each output can only have one polarity type programmed.
Outputs > Properties >
Time Parameter
Outputs > Properties >
Event Assignment
MENU 4-1-3
MENU 4-1-2
0 0 0
(A) = Area Assignment
Assign to Area 1 to 8 (0 = Any Area)
(P) = Control Panel
(Op) = Output Assignment
Assign to Output 1 to 40 (0 = Any Output)
(Zn) = Zone Assignment
Assign to Zone 1 to 144 (0 = Any Zone)
(Ur) = User Assignment
Assign to User 1 to 255 (0 = Any User)
(Tz) = TimeZone Assignment
Assign to TimeZone 1 to 16 (0 = Any TimeZone)
(Dr) = Door Assignment
Assign to Door Assignment 1 to 16 (0 = Any Door)
(Kp) = Keypad Assignment
Assign to Keypad/LAN Reader 1 to 16 (0 = Any
Keypad/LAN Reader)
(Rr) = Reporting Destination
Assign to Destination 1 or 2 (0 = Destination 1 and/
or Destination 2)
(Ma) = Macro Group Assignment
Assign to Macro Group (0 = Any Macro Group)
0 0 0
Hour
MENU 4-1-4
0 0 0
Minute
0 0 0
Seconds
0 0 0
10th Sec
The time base parameter is only applicable for output types
that are programmed as one shot or pulsing. Program 0 to
255 for each of the units (Hour, Minute, Seconds and 10th
of a second) for the time parameter. Add the units together
to give the total one shot time or pulsing on/off time.
O n e Sh ot M ode
The time base is the length of time that the output will
operate.
For example, you may want a strobe output to operate
for 1 hour, Either of the examples below will achieve the 1
hour time.
Total Time
60 Minutes
60 Minutes
Hour
001
000
Minute Seconds 10th Sec
000
000
000
060
000
000
Table 24: One-Shot Polarity Example
Pul s i n g M ode
The time base is the unit of time that the output will pulse
on and off. If the time base is programmed for 60 seconds,
the output will pulse on for 60 seconds and then off for 60
seconds (repeat) until the output is reset.
(CLI) = CLI Trigger Table
Assign to CLI Trigger Table 1 or 2 (0 = Both Tables)
Use [] and [] keys to program which Area, User, Zone,
Keypad or Door Assignment etc you want the output to
follow then press [OK].
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Solution 6000 Quick Start Guide
Outputs > Properties >
Outputs > Output Testing >
Output Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 4-1-5
Y
N
N
Y
Y
N
N
N
Off On Low Battery
Guest Control
Reserved
Monitor Overload
Monitor Device Fail
Alarm On Device Fail
Block If All On
Show Status On Keypad
Outputs > Door Properties >
Door Name
D o o r
MENU 4-2-0
1
N a m e
Use the [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right.
Use the [0] – [9] keys or the [] and [] keys to scroll
characters, then press [OK] to save. Press [OFF] to clear
text from the current cursor position.
Outputs > Door Properties >
MENU 4-2-2
0 0
09 - TimeZone 9 Name
10 - TimeZone 10 Name
11 - TimeZone 11 Name
12 - TimeZone 12 Name
13 - TimeZone 13 Name
14 - TimeZone 14 Name
15 - TimeZone 15 Name
16 - TimeZone 16 Name
Internal Siren Test
MENU 4-9-1
Strobe Test
MENU 4-9-2
Fire Siren Test
MENU 4-9-3
Com m s Program m i n g
Comms > Commands >
Reserved
MENU 5-0-0
Call/Answer RAS
MENU 5-0-1
Call Forward On/Off
MENU 5-0-2
Check Web Email
MENU 5-0-3
Email System Log
MENU 5-0-4
Start Direct Link
MENU 5-0-5
Hold Off If Area Armed
Hold Off Auto Unlock
Reserved
Report Door Forced
Alarm On Door Forced
Report DOTL
Alarm On DOTL
Lift Door
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MENU 5-0-6
This menu allows an installer or master user to record
their personal messages that will be reported when using
an optional Voice Module (CM101B). The optional voice
module is required.
Register Customer
MENU 5-0-8
This menu is used to enter the customer registration
number into the control panel. This unique 11 digit
number is generated by the system owner when they
create an account on MyAlarm web site.
This is required for panels using the MyAlarm iFob Control
App. See the MyAlarm website for more information at
www.myalarm.com.au
Comms > Commands >
Outputs > Door Properties >
Door Options
Voice Setup
Comms > Commands >
A single TimeZone can be assigned to each door. Use
the [] and [] keys to highlight door name, then press
[OK] to select. Enter 0 - 16 + [OK] to assign the door to a
TimeZone – can only be Assigned to one TimeZone (0 =
Disabled).
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 4-9-0
Comms > Commands >
Unlock TimeZone
00 - Disabled
01 - 24 Hour TimeZone
02 - TimeZone 2 Name
03 - TimeZone 3 Name
04 - TimeZone 4 Name
05 - TimeZone 5 Name
06 - TimeZone 6 Name
07 - TimeZone 7 Name
08 - TimeZone 8 Name
External Siren Test
MENU 4-2-3
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Register Installer
MENU 5-0-9
This menu is used to enter the installer registration
number into the control panel. This unique 11 digit
number is generated by the installer when they create an
installer account on the MyAlarm web site.
This number should be entered into all panels installed by
the installer allowing them to view all of their panels via
the MyAlarm web site.
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Solution 6000 Quick Start Guide
Comms > Telephone Numbers >
Number Prefix
Comms > Telephone Numbers >
MENU 5-1-0
Digits
1
Call Forward Off
32
MENU 5-1-7
Digits
1
32
# 6 1 #
Use [] and [] keys to scroll cursor. Enter [0] – [9]
for telephone digits. Use [] and [] to toggle special
characters * # and , (Pause).
Use [] and [] keys to scroll cursor. Enter [0] – [9]
for telephone digits. Use [] and [] to toggle special
characters * # and , (Pause).
Comms > Properties >
Comms > Telephone Numbers >
Destination 1
MENU 5-1-1
Digits
1
Call Attempt Count
MENU 5-2-0
0 6
32
Phone 1
1
Digits
32
1
Digits
32
1
Digits
32
1
Digits
32
Enter 0 - 10 then press [OK] to program the maximum call
retry attempts per destination
Phone 2
Phone 3
Phone 4
Phone 5
Use [] and [] keys to scroll cursor. Enter [0] – [9]
for telephone digits. Use [] and [] to toggle special
characters * # and , (Pause).
Comms > Telephone Numbers >
Destination 2
Comms > Properties >
Dialler Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 5-2-1
Dialler Enabled
Pulse Dialling
Dial Tone Detect
Busy Tone Detect
Mirror Report To Web
Extend H/S To 1min
Reserved
Abort Failed Reports
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
N
Y
MENU 5-1-2
1
Digits
32
1
Digits
32
Phone 1
Phone 2
1
Digits
32
1
Digits
32
1
Digits
32
Phone 3
Phone 4
Phone 5
Use [] and [] keys to scroll cursor. Enter [0] – [9]
for telephone digits. Use [] and [] to toggle special
characters * # and , (Pause).
Comms > Properties >
Phone Line Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Display Line Fail
Report Line Fail
Alarm L/Fail If On
Alarm L/Fail If Off
Reserved
Digital Line
Low Voltage
Display On Line
MENU 5-2-2
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
N
Comms > Telephone Numbers >
Call Forward On
MENU 5-1-6
1
*
6 1
,
*
Digits
2 0 #
32
Use [] and [] keys to scroll cursor. Enter [0] – [9]
for telephone digits. Use [] and [] to toggle special
characters * # and , (Pause).
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Solution 6000 Quick Start Guide
Comms > Properties >
Comms > Remote Access >
Country
MENU 5-2-3
0 1
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
Ln1 AUSTRALIA
Ln2 NEW ZEALAND
Ln3 ITALY
Ln4 GREECE
Ln5 CYPRUS
Ln6 SPAIN
Ln7 PORTUGAL
Ln8 HUNGARY
Ln9 CZECH REPUBLIC
Ln10 POLAND
Ln11 TURKEY
Ln12 CHINA
Ln13 HONG KONG
Ln14 MALAYSIA
Ln15 BRAZIL
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 – 15 + [OK] to set which
country the panel is being used in. Only 1 option can be
programmed.
Comms > Properties >
Set SMS Pasword
p a
s
MENU 5-2-7
s w d
Use the [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right.
Use the [0] – [9] keys or the [] and [] keys to scroll
characters, then press [OK] to save. Press [OFF] to clear
text from the current cursor position.
Comms > Remote Access >
Call Back Number
1
MENU 5-3-0
Digits
32
RAS Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 5-3-4
Y
N
Y
Y
N
N
Y
Y
RAS Allowed
Callback Verify
Abort RAS On Alarm
Answer Bypass
Answer Only If Armed
RAS Only If Disarmed
Allow User Functions
Report RAS Sessions
Comms > Remote Access >
DTMF Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 5-3-5
Y
N
N
Y
N
N
N
N
DTMF Arming
DTMF Disarming
DTMF User Functions
DTMF Quick Arming
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Comms > Remote Access >
Voice Access Code
MENU 5-3-6
9 #
Use [] and [] keys to scroll cursor. Enter [0] – [9]
for telephone digits. Use [] and [] to toggle special
characters * # and , (Pause).
Comms > Remote Access >
RAS Security PIN
MENU 5-3-1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Use keys [0] - [9] to program RAS Security PIN + [OK] to
save.
Comms > Remote Access >
Log Threshold
MENU 5-3-2
7 0 %
Enter 0 - 9 to program log threshold + [OK] to save.
Comms > Remote Access >
Ring Count
00 - No Answer
01 to 30 - Answer Ring Count
MENU 5-3-3
Reserved for future use.
Comms > Remote Access >
CLI Numbers
MENU 5-3-7
First
Number
1
Digits
32
Second
Number
1
Digits
32
Third
Number
1
Digits
32
Use [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right. Enter
[0] – [9] for digits and use [] and [] to toggle special
characters - * # and , (pause).
2 0
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 - 30 then press [OK] to
program the ring count - single option only.
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Up to 3 Phone numbers can be entered for CLI Call
Line Identification for remote access detection.
Note
Press [OK] after each telephone number is entered
to save and move to the next number. The control
panel is only required to match part of the CLI
telephone number programmed to the number of
the incoming call.
i
Example
If the programmed CLI telephone number is
0296721777, the control panel would only be
required to match part of the telephone number
(eg. 96721777) to answer the incoming call.
Comms > Remote Access >
User RAS PIN
MENU 5-3-8
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Use keys [0] - [9] to program User RAS Security PIN + [OK]
to save.
Comms > Reporting
Test Route
MENU 5-4-2
0 1
00 - Log Events Only
01 - Dest 1 + Log
02 - Dest 2 + Log
03 - Dest 1 & 2 + Log
04 - Dest 2 If 1 Fails
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 - 4 + [OK]. Enter single
option only. (*** System Wide Parameter ***).
Comms > Reporting
System Route
MENU 5-4-3
0 1
00 - Log Events Only
01 - Dest 1 + Log
02 - Dest 2 + Log
03 - Dest 1 & 2 + Log
04 - Dest 2 If 1 Fails
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 - 4 + [OK]. Enter single
option only. (*** System Wide Parameter ***).
Comms > Reporting
Emergency Route
Comms > Reporting >
TX Format Dest 1
MENU 5-4-0
0 1
00 - Disabled
01 - Contact ID PSTN
02 - SIA PSTN
03 - Reserved
04 - Reserved
05 - Reserved
06 - SMS PSTN
07 - Domestic PSTN
08 - Voice PSTN
09 - SIA+ PSTN
10 - PSTN Voice+GSM SMS
11 - GSM 2G Contact ID
12 - GSM SMS
13 - Ethernet
14 - GPRS
15 - MyAlarm IP
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 – 15 then press [OK] to
program the transmission format the control panel will
use to report to Destination 1. Only 1 option can be
programmed.
MENU 5-4-1
0 1
00 - Disabled
08 - Voice PSTN
01 - Contact ID PSTN
09 - SIA+ PSTN
02 - SIA PSTN
10 - PSTN Voice+GSM SMS
03 - Reserved
11 - GSM 2G Contact ID
04 - Reserved
12 - GSM SMS
05 - Reserved
13 - Ethernet
06 - SMS PSTN
14 - GPRS
07 - Domestic PSTN
15 - MyAlarm IP
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 – 15 then press [OK] to
program the transmission format the control panel will
use to report to Destination 2. Only 1 option can be
programmed.
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0 1
00 - Log Events Only
01 - Dest 1 + Log
02 - Dest 2 + Log
03 - Dest 1 & 2 + Log
04 - Dest 2 If 1 Fails
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 - 4 + [OK]. Enter single
option only. (*** System Wide Parameter ***).
Comms > Reporting >
Swinger Dialler
MENU 5-4-5
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
0 6
Enter 0 – 15 + [OK] to program number of times the dialler
can report before lockout. 0 = Unlimited.
Comms > Reporting >
Burg Report Delay
Comms > Reporting >
TX Format Dest 2
MENU 5-4-4
MENU 5-4-6
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
0 0 0
Seconds
Enter 0 – 255 seconds + [OK] to program the delay time in
seconds before reports are sent. 0 = No Delay.
Comms > Reporting >
Fire Report Delay
MENU 5-4-7
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
0 0 0
Seconds
Enter 0 – 255 seconds + [OK] to program the delay time in
seconds before reports are sent. 0 = No Delay.
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Comms > MyAlarm >
Comms > MyAlarm >
IP Address
1
Dest Nº 1
0 0 0
MENU 5-5-0
Digits
0 0 0 0 0 0
12
0 0 0
Factory Set. Do not change unless advised to do so by the
manufacturer.
Comms > MyAlarm >
IP Port
MENU 5-5-1
Email Address
Email
Address
MENU 5-5-8
Characters
1
80
Use the [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right.
Use the [0] – [9] keys or the [] and [] keys to scroll
characters, then press [OK] to save. Press [OFF] to clear
text from the current cursor position. To program the ‘@’
symbol, press the [] key 32 times.
Comms > MyAlarm >
0 9 0 5 0
Factory Set. Do not change unless advised to do so by the
manufacturer.
Comms > MyAlarm >
MyAlarm Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
MENU 5-5-2
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Menu’s 5-5-0 and 5-5-1 should be left at the factory
default settings unless you are advised otherwise
Note
by the manufacturer.
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Comms > MyAlarm >
Gateway Numbers
SMS Primary
1
Digits
1 3 4 5 0 6 4 1
SMS Secondary
1
Digits
1 3 4 5 1 8 2 5
Email
Digits
1 3 4 5 2 5 0 5
1
MyAlarm
Digits
1 3 4 5 2 5 0 5
1
MENU 5-5-7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 5-5-9
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
Open Close
Zones
System
Access
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Comms > IP Reporting >
Receiver IP
1
Dest Nº 1
0 0 0
Dest Nº 2
0 0 0
1
MENU 5-6-0
Digits
0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0
Digits
0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0
12
12
Use [] and [] keys to scroll cursor, enter 0 – 9 for IP
address digits and press [OK] to save when finished.
Comms > IP Reporting >
Receiver Port
MENU 5-6-1
32
32
32
32
Use the [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right. Use
the [0] – [9] keys or the [] and [] keys to scroll characters,
then press [OK] to save. Press [OFF] to clear text from the
current cursor position.
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Email Options
Dest Nº 1
0 7 7 0 0
Dest Nº 2
0 7 7 0 0
Enter base station port number - must be 5 digits within
the range 0 to 65535. Use [] and [] keys to scroll
cursor. Press [OK] to save.
Comms > IP Reporting >
Poll Rate
MENU 5-6-2
0 3 6 0
Seconds x10
Enter 0000 - 9999 + [OK] to program the poll rate time in
seconds (x10) for both Destination 1 and/or Destination 2.
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Comms > IP Reporting >
Comms > IP Reporting >
ACK Wait Time
MENU 5-6-3
SIA IP Prefix
MENU 5-6-8
0 1 0
Seconds
Account
Dest Nº 1
1
Digits
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
16
Enter 0 - 255 + [OK] to program the acknowledge wait
time in seconds for both Destination 1 and/or Destination
2.
Account
Dest Nº 2
Digits
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
16
1
Comms > IP Reporting >
IP Format
MENU 5-6-4
0 1
00 - Conettix
01 - Conettix NNC (Anti Replay)
02 - CSV IP ALARM
03 - Reserved
04 - Reserved
05 - Reserved
06 - MyAlarm Contact ID
07 - MyAlarm CSV
Comms > IP Reporting >
MENU 5-6-5
0 3
Enter 0 – 15 + [OK] to program the IP retry count (0 = No
Retry) for both Destination 1 and/or Destination 2.
Comms > IP Reporting >
Encryption Key
1
Dest Nº 1
Dest Nº 2
MENU 5-6-6
Digits
32
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0
1
32
Digits
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0
The encryption key must match the encryption key on the
base station receiver for communication to take place. To
remove encryption set MENU-5-6-6 to all zeros.
Comms > IP Reporting >
Conettix NNC
0
Account Prefix
Dest Nº 1
6
Digits
0 0 0 0 0 0
Account Prefix
Dest Nº 2
1
6
Digits
0 0 0 0 0 0
Receiver Prefix
Dest Nº 1
1
6
Digits
0 0 0 0 0 0
Receiver Prefix
Dest Nº 2
6
Digits
0 0 0 0 0 0
1
1
Highlight the parameter that you want to program, then
press [OK] to select. Use the [] and [] keys to scroll
cursor left and right. Use the [0] – [9] keys or the [] and
[] keys to scroll characters, then press [OK] to save. Press
[OFF] to clear text from the current cursor position.
Enter 0 - 7 + [OK] to program the IP format for both
Destination 1 and/or Destination 2.
Retry Count
0
MENU 5-6-7
Dest Nº 1
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dest Nº 2
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
The NNC number is used to prevent anti-replay attacks
when reporting in Connetix format. The NNC number will
be assigned by the control room at the time the account
is setup. Like the account number the NNC will always be
unique.
Comms > IP Reporting >
User Name/Password
MENU 5-6-9
1
Digits
16
1
Digits
16
Username
Password
Use the [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right. Use
the [0] – [9] keys or the [] and [] keys to scroll characters,
then press [OK] to save. Press [OFF] to clear text from the
current cursor position.
Comms > IP Remote Access >
IP Address
1
Installer
0 0 0
1
User
0 0 0
MENU 5-7-0
Digits
0 0 0 0 0 0
Digits
0 0 0 0 0 0
12
0 0 0
12
0 0 0
Use [] and [] keys to scroll cursor, use [0] – [9] keys to
enter IP address, then press [OK] to save when finished.
Comms > IP Remote Access >
IP Port
MENU 5-7-1
Installer
0 7 7 0 1
User
0 7 7 0 1
Enter IP Port - must be 5 digits within the range 0 to
65535. Use [] and [] keys to scroll cursor. Press [OK] to
save.
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Comms > IP Remote Access >
Comms > Comms Test >
IP RAS Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 5-7-2
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
IP RAS Allowed
RAS Only If Disarmed
Report IP Session
Report IP Lockout
UDP Installer RAS
UDP User RAS
Reserved
Reserved
Comms > IP Remote Access >
RAS Lockout Time
MENU 5-7-3
0 6 0
Seconds
Enter 0 - 255 + [OK] to program the acknowledge wait
time in seconds.
Comms > IP Remote Access >
IPRS Address
2 0 2
MENU 5-7-5
1 2 9
0 8 3
0 5 8
Reserved for factory use. Do not change unless requested
to do so.
Comms > IP Remote Access >
IPRS Port
MENU 5-7-6
0 7 7 0 3
Reserved for factory use. Do not change unless requested
to do so. Must be 5 digits within the range 0 to 65535.
Comms > Comms Test >
Send Test Report
MENU 5-9-0
Comms > Comms Test >
Test Report Time
MENU 5-9-1
Test Time
0 2 : 0 0
H
H
:
M M
Use the [] and [] keys to move to the field then [] and
[] to change. Press [OK] to save or [MENU] to exit without
saving.
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Note
Scroll through hours using the [] and [] to
change from am to pm.
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Test Report Period
MENU 5-9-2
0 1
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
00 - No Test Report
01 - Every Day
02 - Every Week
03 - Every Month
04 - Every 2 Days
05 - Every 3 Days
06 - Every 4 Days
07 - Every 5 Days
08 - Reserved
09 - Reserved
10 - Reserved
11 - Reserved
12 - Reserved
13 - Reserved
14 - Every Hour
15 - Every 12 Hours
MENU 5-9-2 programs the interval between automatic
test reports. Use [] and [] keys or enter [0] to [15] + [OK]
to program.
Comms > Comms Test >
Test Report Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 5-9-3
N
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
Test If No Other Rpt
Test On Siren Reset
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Comms > Reporting
Test Route
MENU 5-9-4
0 1
00 - Log Events Only
01 - Dest 1 + Log
02 - Dest 2 + Log
03 - Dest 1 & 2 + Log
04 - Dest 2 If 1 Fails
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 - 4 + [OK]. Enter single
option only. (*** System Wide Parameter ***).
Comms > Comms Test >
Dial Number Test
MENU 5-9-5
Use the option to test the system dialer to your mobile
or other phone. Enter the digits to dial and press OK. The
system will call the number entered. This function will
stop after 30 seconds, or by pressing [OK]. Enter [0] – [9]
for telephone digits. Use [] and [] to toggle special
Characters * # and , (Pause).
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Dev ice Pro gra mming
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Devices > Commands >
Note
All keypads must have a home area programmed to
work correctly.
Device Status
MENU 6-0-0
LAN Secure
MENU 6-0-1
Devices > Keypads & Readers >
LAN Scan
MENU 6-0-2
General Options
LAN Watch
MENU 6-0-3
Keypad Volume
MENU 6-0-7
Keypad Contrast
MENU 6-0-8
Keypad Backlight
MENU 6-0-9
Devices > Keypads & Readers >
Name
K e y p a d
MENU 6-1-0
1
Use the [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right.
Use the [0] – [9] keys or the [] and [] keys to scroll
characters, then press [OK] to save. Press [OFF] to clear
text from the current cursor position.
Devices > Keypads & Readers >
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 6-1-2
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
All On Arming Allowed
Part On Arming Allowed
Disarming Allowed
Single Button Control
All User Areas
Zero Exit Time
PIN To Change Area
Home Area Only
Devices > Keypads & Readers >
Home Area
MENU 6-1-3
0 1
00 - No Area
01 - Security System
02 - Area 2 Name
03 - Area 3 Name
04 - Area 4 Name
05 - Area 5 Name
06 - Area 6 Name
07 - Area 7 Name
08 - Area 8 Name
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 - 8 then press [OK] to
program. This is the area that will be displayed on the
keypad by default.
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N
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
Enable Rear Tamper
Report Temperature
Installer PIN Allowed
Show Alarm When Armed
Reader Area Control
Reader Badging
Enable Egress Input
Log Egress Events
Devices > Keypads & Readers >
Indicator Options
N a m e
Area Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 6-1-4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 6-1-5
N
Y
N
N
Y
Y
N
Y
Extinguish
Greetings
Display Temperature
Display Area Icons
Trouble Alert Beeps
Entry Exit Warning
Part Exit Warning
Chime Tone
Devices > Keypads & Readers >
Emergency Keys
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 6-1-6
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
Audible Keypad Fire
Report Keypad Fire
Audible Keypad Medical
Report Keypad Medical
Audible Keypad Panic
Report Keypad Panic
Reserved
Reserved
Devices > Keypads & Readers >
Door Assignment
MENU 6-1-7
0 0
00 - No Door Assignment
01 - Door 1 Name
02 - Door 2 Name
03 - Door 3 Name
04 - Door 4 Name
05 - Door 5 Name
06 - Door 6 Name
07 - Door 7 Name
08 - Door 8 Name
09 - Door 9 Name
10 - Door 10 Name
11 - Door 11 Name
12 - Door 12 Name
13 - Door 13 Name
14 - Door 14 Name
15 - Door 15 Name
16 - Door 16 Name
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A single door can be assigned to each keypad. Use the []
and [] keys to highlight door name, then press [OK] to
save.
Devices > Keypads & Readers >
Lockout Time
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
MENU 6-1-8
0 6 0
Seconds
Enter 001 – 255 + [OK] to program the keypad lockout
time in seconds. 000 = No Lockout.
Devices > Keypads & Readers >
WiFi Settings
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
MENU 6-2-0
Y
Y
Y
N
N
Y
Y
N
MENU 6-2-3
Delete RF Keypad
MENU 6-2-4
View RF Device ID
MENU 6-2-5
MENU 6-3-0
0 0
00 - Disabled
01 - Serial Printer
02 - Computer
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 – 2 + [OK] to program the
type of Serial device connected to the serial port.
Devices > Serial Device >
Baud Rate
00 - No Device Conn
01 - 300 Baud
02 - 600 Baud
03 - 1200 Baud
MENU 6-3-1
0 0
04 - 2400 Baud
05 - 9600 Baud
06 - 19200 Baud
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 – 2 to program the serial
device baud rate, then press [OK] to save.
Devices > Serial Device >
MENU 6-2-1
0 2 4
Hours
Enter the supervision time for RF devices in hours (001 255 Hours) 000 = No Supervision.
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Device Type
Device > RF Devices >
Supervision Time
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Display RF Tamper
Report RF Tamper
Report RF Low Battery
Report Lost RF Devices
Open Zone On Lost RF
Audible Keyfob Panic
Report Keyfob Panic
Keyfob Func Part On
Devices > Serial Device >
Devices > RF Devices >
Display RF Rcvr Trouble
Alarm RF Rcvr Tamper
Report RF Rcvr Tamper
Alarm RF Rcvr Jamming
Report RF Rcvr Jamming
Alarm Rcvr Comms Fail
Report Rcvr Comm Fail
Reserved
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 6-2-2
Devices > RF Devices >
This menu allows users and installers to scan local on-site
Wi-Fi networks using the CP741B keypad including setting
the required Wi-Fi security settings and password.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RF Device Options
MENU 6-1-9
SSID Scan
SSID
Security
Password
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
MAC Address
IP Options
Receiver Options
Device > RF Devices >
Flow Control
00 - No Handshaking
01 - Hardware
02 - Xon-Xoff
MENU 6-3-2
0 0
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 – 2 to program the serial
device flow control, then press [OK] to save.
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Devices > GSM/GPRS Module >
GSM/GPRS Status
Devices > GSM/GPRS Module >
MENU 6-5-0
This command interrogates the GSM module and displays
infomration about the radio and the SIM installed. The
first line is a heading which indicates the GSM module
type that is installed. Typical information available
includes details on the installed radio, the SIM provider
and signal strength of the currently active SIM.
It should be noted that the use of SIM 2 is restricted to
reporting protocols that utilise the dual sim where SIM 2 is
a backup.
CLI Trigger Table 1
MENU 6-5-5-0
1
Digits
16
1
Digits
16
1
Digits
16
1
Digits
16
1
Digits
16
1
Digits
16
1
Digits
16
1
Digits
16
1
Digits
16
1
Digits
16
Phone 1
Phone 2
Phone 3
Phone 4
Phone 5
GSM/GPRS Module 1 Gi1
<Scroll Parameters Hers>
Press  OK or MENU
Phone 6
Phone 7
The following parameters will be displayed one at time on
the display.
IMEI
Phone 9
Radio Model
Radio Firmware
Phone 10
Use [] and [] keys to scroll cursor. Enter [0] – [9]
for telephone digits. Use [] and [] to toggle special
characters * # and , (Pause).
Radio S/N
Provider
Up to 10 CLI telephone numbers can be entered for
Table 1. Press [OK] after each telephone number is
Note
entered to save and move to the next telephone
number. The control panel is only required
to match part of the CLI telephone number
programmed to the number of the incoming call.
Signal Strength
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Dual Sims Detected
Devices > GSM/GPRS Module >
GSM/GPRS Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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Auto Forward SMS
Forward SMS To Mail
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Phone 8
MENU 6-5-1
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Do not enter international or domestic prefixes
when entering CLI numbers. Eg. enter 0423584578
and not +61423584578
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Devices > GSM/GPRS Module >
CLI Trigger Table 2
1
Devices > GSM/GPRS Module >
MENU 6-5-5-1
SMS Control
16
1
Digits
16
1
Digits
16
1
Digits
16
1
Digits
16
1
Digits
16
1
Digits
16
1
Digits
16
1
Digits
16
1
Digits
16
1
Digits
16
Digits
Phone 1
Phone 1
1
Digits
16
Phone 2
Phone 2
1
Digits
16
Phone 3
Phone 3
1
Digits
16
Phone 4
Phone 4
1
Digits
16
Phone 5
Phone 5
1
Digits
16
Phone 6
Phone 6
1
Digits
16
Phone 7
Phone 7
1
Digits
16
Phone 8
Phone 8
1
Digits
16
Phone 9
Phone 9
1
Digits
16
Phone 10
Use [] and [] keys to scroll cursor. Enter [0] – [9]
for telephone digits. Use [] and [] to toggle special
characters * # and , (Pause).
Up to 10 CLI telephone numbers can be entered for
Table 2. Press [OK] after each telephone number is
Note
entered to save and move to the next telephone
number. The control panel is only required
to match part of the CLI telephone number
programmed to the number of the incoming call.
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MENU 6-5-6
Do not enter international or domestic prefixes
when entering CLI numbers. Eg. enter 0423584578
and not +61423584578
Phone 10
Use [] and [] keys to scroll cursor. Enter [0] – [9]
for telephone digits. Use [] and [] to toggle special
characters * # and , (Pause).
Up to 10 telephone numbers can be entered
to provide SMS control. Press [OK] after each
Note
telephone number is entered to save and move
to the next telephone number. Do not enter
international or domestic prefixes when entering
SMS Control numbers. Eg. enter 0423584578 and
not +61423584578
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Devices > GSM/GPRS Module >
APN Server Name
APN Server
Name
1
MENU 6-5-7
Digits
32
Use the [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right.
Use the [0] – [9] keys or the [] and [] keys to scroll
characters, then press [OK] to save. Press [OFF] to clear
text from the current cursor position.
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Devices > GSM/GPRS Module >
Devices > Ethernet Module >
APN Username
APN
Username
MENU 6-5-8
Digits
1
32
Use the [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right.
Use the [0] – [9] keys or the [] and [] keys to scroll
characters, then press [OK] to save. Press [OFF] to clear
text from the current cursor position.
Devices > GSM/GPRS Module >
APN Password
APN
Password
MENU 6-5-9
Digits
1
32
Use the [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right.
Use the [0] – [9] keys or the [] and [] keys to scroll
characters, then press [OK] to save. Press [OFF] to clear
text from the current cursor position.
Devices > Ethernet Module >
Module IP Address
0 0 0
Ethernet Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 6-6-9
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
Display Faults
Report Network Lost
Report IP Conflict
Report Poll Fail
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Report Module Missing
See the ethernet module installation guide
for more detailed explaination on installation
Note
configuring the ethernet module.
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System > Commands >
Panel Status
MENU 7-0-0
System Trouble
MENU 7-0-1
History Log
MENU 7-0-2
Domestic Default
MENU 7-0-3
Factory Default
MENU 7-0-4
Template Default
MENU 7-0-5
MENU 6-6-0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
This is the IP address of the module on the customers
internal local area network.
Devices > Ethernet Module >
Subnet Mask
MENU 6-6-1
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
This can be found by running IPCONFIG on a PC
connected to the clients network. Typical Subnet mask is
255.255.255.0.
Devices > Ethernet Module >
Default Gateway
0 0 0
MENU 6-6-2
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
This gateway IP address can be found by running
IPCONFIG on a PC connected to the clients network.
Reserved for future use.
TimeZone Array
MENU 7-0-6
Service Mode
MENU 7-0-8
System > Clock >
Set Date And Time
MENU 7-1-0
System > Clock >
Summertime On
Devices > Ethernet Module >
Module MAC Address
0 0
0 0
MENU 6-6-3
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
This is the hardware machine address of the module and
can be found on the bar-coded sticker on the module.
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At 2:00am
MENU 7-1-1
- - Month
-
- Week
-
- Day
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
Program the month of the year (Jan – Dec), week of the
month (Wk1 to Last) and day of the week (Sun To Sat). Use
[] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right and use []
and [] to toggle options.
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System > Clock >
System > Power >
Summertime Off
At 2:00am
MENU 7-1-2
- - Month
-
- Week
-
- Day
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
Program the month of the year (Jan – Dec), week of the
month (Wk1 to Last) and day of the week (Sun To Sat). Use
[] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right and use []
and [] to toggle options.
Fuse Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 7-3-2
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
Display COMM+ O/Load
Report COMM+ O/Load
Display +12v O/Load
Report +12v O/Load
Display LAN O/Load
Report LAN O/Load
Reserved
Reserved
System > Clock >
Locale
MENU 7-1-3
0 0
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
00 - Disabled
01 - SYDNEY
02 - MELBOURNE
03 - BRISBANE
04 - ADELAIDE
05 - PERTH
06 - HOBART
Display AC Fail
Report AC Fail
Sync Clock To AC
Random AC Report 2hr
AC Fail After 1hr
Reserved
Reserved
Display Clock Trouble
MENU 7-3-0
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
Y
System > Power >
Battery Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Display Battery Fail
Report Battery Fail
Battery Test On Arming
OK To Arm Low Battery
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
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Speed
MENU 7-4-1
Volume
MENU 7-4-2
1 5
Enter 0 – 15 + [OK] to program the speaker beep volume
of the siren for RF keyfob and keyswitch input operation (0
= Disabled / 1 = Low – 15 = High).
System > Siren >
System > Power >
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Tone
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
MENU 7-1-3 programs the locale in Australia. Use [] and
[] keys or enter [0] to [15] + [OK] to program.
AC Options
System > Siren >
MENU 7-3-1
Siren Swinger
MENU 7-4-3
0 3
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
Enter 0 – 15 + [OK] to program number of times siren can
sound before lockout. (0 = Unlimited).
System > TimeZones >
Name
T i m e Z o n e
MENU 7-5-0
2
N a m e
Use the [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right.
Use the [0] – [9] keys or the [] and [] keys to scroll
characters, then press [OK] to save. Press [OFF] to clear
text from the current cursor position.
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
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System > TimeZones >
System > TimeZones >
Time
MENU 7-5-1
Period 1
Period 2
Period 3
Period 4
Start Time
-- : -- : --
Stop Time
-- : -- : --
HH
HH
MM
SS
MM
SS
Start Time
-- : -- : --
Stop Time
-- : -- : --
HH
HH
MM
SS
MM
SS
Start Time
-- : -- : --
Stop Time
-- : -- : --
HH
HH
MM
SS
MM
SS
Start Time
-- : -- : --
Stop Time
-- : -- : --
HH
HH
MM
SS
MM
SS
Use [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right. Use
keys [0] – [9] to enter time in hours (HH) / minutes (MM)
and seconds (SS). Press [OFF] to disable the time and
press [OK] to save.
MENU 7-5-2
Period 1
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
N
N
N
N
N
N
Sat Hol
N
N
Period 2
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
N
N
N
N
N
N
Sat Hol
N
N
Period 3
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
N
N
N
N
N
N
Sat Hol
N
N
Period 4
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
N
N
N
N
N
N
Sat Hol
N
N
Enter 1 – 8 to toggle days ON/OFF, then press [OK] to
save.
To create a timezone for auto arming you must
enter the arm time in the stop time field. For
Note
example, if you want the system to arm at 5.30pm
you would program 17:30:00 in the stop field.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 7-5-3
N
N
N
N
N
Y
N
Y
Invert Period Logic
Master Edit Allowed
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
System > Holidays >
Holiday Name
H o l i d a y
MENU 7-6-0
1
N a m e
Use the [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right.
Use the [0] – [9] keys or the [] and [] keys to scroll
characters, then press [OK] to save. Press [OFF] to clear
text from the current cursor position.
System > Holidays >
Start Stop Dates
System > TimeZones >
Day
TimeZone Options
If auto disarming is also required then you would
enter the disarm time in the start time field of
the same timezone period. For example, if you
want the system to disarm at 7.30am you would
program 07:30:00 in the start field. See the full
installation manual for more details.
MENU 7-6-1
Start 12am
Stop 12am
01
Jan
01
Jan
DD
MM
DD
MM
Use the [] and [] keys to move to the field then [] and
[] to change. Press [OK] to save or [MENU] to exit without
saving.
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Press [OFF] to disable the holiday.
Note
System > System Options >
General Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 7-7-0
Display LAN Fail
Report LAN Fail
Alarm On LAN Fail
Cannot Change Own PIN
Reserved
Monitor Default PINs
PIN Always Required
Display Menu Numbers
Y
Y
N
N
N
Y
N
Y
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
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System > System Options >
System > System Options >
Area Options
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MENU 7-7-1
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
Area 1 Common
First Open Last Close
Reset Siren All Users
Power Up As Down
Fault ACK All Areas
Delay Trouble Beeps
Power Up Disarmed
Ignore Trouble On Arm
Site Name
MENU 7-7-7
1
M y A
Characters
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Use the [] and [] keys to scroll cursor left and right.
Use the [0] – [9] keys or the [] and [] keys to scroll
characters, then press [OK] to save. Press [OFF] to clear
text from the current cursor position.
System > System Testing >
Walk Test All Zones
MENU 7-9-0
Battery Test
MENU 7-9-1
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
System > System Options >
Keypad Idle Screen
MENU 7-7-2
0 0
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
00 - No Idle Screen
01 - Date And Time
02 - Time
03 - Custom Screen
You will need to be in programming mode before accessing
the test functions listed below.
Use [] and [] keys or enter 0 - 3, then press [OK] to
program the keypad idle screen - Single option only.
Walk Test
Use the walk test command MENU 3-9-0 to test and verify
that all zones work correctly.
System > System Options >
Keypad Hi/Lo Temp
MENU 7-7-3
0 0 0 ˚C
Hi TEMP
0 0 0 ˚C
Lo TEMP
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
System > System Options >
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Report Installer
Report Prog Change
Restrict Installer PIN
Reserved
Auto Exit Install 2hr
Auto Exit Service 2hr
Multi Tenant Mode
Allow Defaulting
MENU 7-7-4
N
Y
N
N
Y
Y
N
Y
(*** System Wide Parameter ***)
System > System Options >
Language
0 - English
1 - Alternate Language
External Audible Test
Use MENU 4-9-0 to test and verify that all horn speakers
operate. This test will sound the horn speaker for two
seconds.
Internal Audible Test
Use MENU 4-9-1 to test and verify that all 12 VDC sirens
operate. This test will sound the siren for two seconds.
Use [] and [] Keys To Program The High / Low Keypad
Monitor Temperature. Max = 50 / Min = 0.
Installer Options
Te s t i n g Th e Sys te m
MENU 7-7-5
Strobe Test
Use MENU 4-9-2 To test and verify that the strobe operates.
This test will turn on the strobe until you manually stop the
test.
Fire Audible Test
Use MENU 4-9-3 to test and verify that all 12 VDC sirens
operate. This test will sound the siren for two seconds.
Battery Test
Use MENU 7-9-1 to test the back-up battery that is
connected to the control panel.
Communication Test
Use MENU 5-9-0 to test the telephone reporting capability
of the control panel. You can also activate a communication
test by holding down the Test / Mail key on the keypad.
0
Enter digits 0 – 1 to program the language required, then
press [OK] to save.
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I n s t a l l at ion Deta ils
CUSTOMER NAME:
PHONE
INSTALLED BY:
DATE:
ACCOUNT N°:
PANEL LOCATION:
PANEL PHONE N°:
CLI ENABLED:
N° WIRED ZONES:
N° OF USERS:
N° RF ZONES:
N° OF AREAS:
WARRANTY
EXPIRES:
COMMON AREA
USED:
USER TRAINING
COMPLETED BY:
PERSON TRAINED:
NOTES:
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Spec ific atio ns
Panel
Voltage Input
Continuous Power
Alarm Power
Stand-by Battery
Min Operating Voltage
Battery Charger
Module Connection
(RS485 LAN)
Telephone Connections
Temperature
Enclosure Fixing Method
Relative Humidity
Compatible Keypads
Compatible Accessories
Enclosure Dimensions:
PWA Dimensions:
Warranty:
Solution 6000 (Part Number CC610)
16-18V AC 50-60Hz - 24VA External Power Adaptor or
220-240V AC to 18V AC 50-60Hz - 24VA Internal Transformer (Primary Power Source)
1 Amp MAX ( Combined power drawn from Accessory Power(+12V) LAN Power (Module
LAN +) and Output Power (C+) terminals must not exceed 1 amp)
4 Amp (Total with Primary and Secondary Power Sources Fitted)
12 VDC, 7.2AH sealed rechargeable battery - Panasonic LC-P127R2P or equivalent.
(Secondary Power Source) Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
10.2 VDC
Pulse by pulse charger. (Note: Charge voltage can’t be measured unless battery is fitted.)
Max total LAN length using multi strand security cable = 300m.
Max total LAN length using 2 pair twisted shielded data cable (Belden 8723) = 1200m.
See the product installation manual for complete wiring instructions.
RJ-12 Socket or 4-way terminal
0˚ to 55˚ C
CM720B - Small Enclosure
Use appropriate fasteners capable of handling a minimum of 6kg to fix the cabinet
against a sturdy surface using the mounting holes provided.
CM730B - Large Enclosure
Use appropriate fasteners capable of handling a minimum of 12kg to fix the cabinet
against a sturdy surface using the mounting holes provided.
5 to 85% non-condensing.
CP700B - Graphic Keypad - White
CP701B - Graphic Keypad + Prox - White
CP710B - Graphic Keypad - Black
CP711B - Graphic Keypad + Prox - Black
CM704B - 8/16 Zone Expander
CM710B - 4 Way Relay Output Module
CM720B - 1-Amp LAN Power Supply
CM195B - Multi RF Receiver Interface
CP150B - External Vandal Resistant Keypad
CP151B - Slim Style Vandal Resistant Keypad
CM705B - Universal Expander Module
CM797B - LAN Isolator Module
SW500B - Solution Link (RAS) Software
CM900B - Direct Link Interface
MW730B - Large Enclosure
CM743B - 2G GSM Interface Module
PR111B - External LAN Prox Reader
CM728 - Fingerprint Reader
CM750B - Ethernet Module
CM101B - Voice Module
P/N: MW720B - (W)385, (H)280, (D)90mm
P/N: MW730B - (W)385, (H)520, (D)90mm
(W) 235, (H) 85 (H), (D) 40mm
3 years from date of manufacture (return to base)
The following parts are supplied with the panel
(Australian models only - content may differ in export models )
Panel Assembly Includes
Resistor Pack Includes
Available Separately
1 x MW720B Metal Enclosure With Tamper
1 x Panel PWA
1 x User Manual
1 x Installer Reference Guide
1 x Resistor Pack
1 x Red Battery Lead
1 x Black Battery Lead
1 x 2-Way Shunt With Handle
2 x Phillips Pan Head Zinc Plated Screws
1 x Telephone Cable RJ12 6P/4C
1 x Pack PCB Mounting Clips (5 pc/pack)
10 x 3K3 – 0.25W +/- 1% Metal Film Resistors
10 x 6K8 – 0.25W +/- 1% Metal Film Resistors
1 x 3-Way Removable Terminal Block
1 x Panel Tamper Switch + Tamper Lead
1 x Tamper Switch Bracket
1 x Product Identification Label
Solution 6000 Installation Manual Part Number BLCC610I
Solution Link (RAS) Software Part Number: SW500B
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Bosch Security Systems
Level 2, 21 Solent Circuit
Baulkham Hills, NSW 2153
Australia
Phone: 1300 026 724
www.boschsecurity.com.au
© 2016 Bosch Security Systems
BLCC610R
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