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INTEGRA
Firmware Version 1.06
Alarm Control Panels
PROGRAMMING
The SATEL's goal is to continually upgrade the quality of its products, which may result in
alterations of their technical specifications and firmware. The current information on
the introduced modifications is available on our website.
Please visit us:
http://www.satel.pl
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Products:
CA424P,
CA832,
CA16128P
Manufacturer: SATEL spółka z o.o.
- mainboards of INTEGRA control
ul. Schuberta 79
panels.
80-172 Gdańsk, POLAND
- INTEGRA 24
tel. (+48 58) 320-94-00
- INTEGRA 32
fax. (+48 58) 320-94-01
- INTEGRA 64
- INTEGRA 128
Product description: Mainboards for alarm control panels intended for use in intruder alarm systems.
These products are in conformity with the following EU Directives:
LVD 73/23/EEC+93/68/EEC
EMC 89/336/EWG + 91/263/EEC, 92/31EEC, 93/68/EEC
R&TTE 1999/5/EC (network connection, TBR21)
The product meets the requirements of harmonized standards:
LVD: EN 50131-1:1997; EN 50131-6:1997; EN60950:2000, EN60335-1:1994/A1:1996 Annex B
EMC: EN 55022:1998; EN 61000-3-2/-3; EN 50130-4:1995, EN 61000-4-2/-3/-4/-5/-6/-11
R&TTE: TBR 21(1998)
Head of Test Laboratory:
Gdańsk, Poland
07.03.2005
Michał Konarski
Latest EC declaration of conformity and product approval certificates are available for downloading on
website www.satel.pl
The INTEGRA alarm control panels meet requirements as per CLC/TS 50131-3, Grade 3,
and have been certified by Det Norske Veritas Certification AS, Norway.
New functions of INTEGRA control panels in version 1.06
Control
options
panel Option ALARMING ZONES REVIEW .
The function of initializing connection by the control panel through
external modem (START DWNL-MOD.) is separated from initializing
connection by the built-in 300 bps modem (START DWNL-TEL).
Exiting the service mode resets the trouble memory.
Partitions
Option INFINITE EXIT DELAY.
Parameter ARMING CONTROL TIME.
Zones
A new way of arming by means of zones type 80 and 82: the partition
will be fully armed and, additionally, the zones for which the BYPASSED
IF NO EXIT option is enabled will be bypassed.
Option NO ALARM SIGNALING IN KEYPAD for zone function type
13. PANIC SILENT.
Option STORE EVENT ONLY IF ARMED for zone function type 47:
NO ALARM ACTION.
Single zone testing function.
Outputs
Output type TAMPERING STATUS.
Single output testing function.
Timers
A new way of arming (full+bypasses) by means of timer.
LCD keypads
QUICK CONTROL
Expansion
Support for a new module:
modules
– INT-RS – converter for monitoring events by means of a special
external device, integration of the control panel with other systems
(e.g. so-called smart house) or connecting a computer with
installed GUARDX program in the same way as to LCD keypad.
Support for ABAX ACU-100 wireless system controller with firmware
version 1.07 and 2.0.
Options in the service mode menu pertaining to support for ABAX
APT-100 system key fobs:
– ABAX CONFIRMATION
– REMOVE ABAX KEYFOBS
– COPY ABAX KEYFOBS
Option DOORS ON FIRE for modules:
– INT-S-GR / INT-S-BL / INT-SK-GR (firmware version 1.11 or later),
– INT-SCR-BL (firmware version 1.01 or later; running in INT-S and
INT-SCR modes),
– INT-SZ-GR / INT-SZ-BL / INT-SZK-GR (firmware version 1.07 or
later),
– CA-64 SR (firmware version 1.07 or later),
– CA-64 DR (firmware version 1.06 or later).
Monitoring
THE TELIM NO TONE option can be chosen for the TELIM format.
(The TELIM (NO TONE) format has been removed from the list of
transmission formats).
A new advanced monitoring option for the SIA transmission format:
– EACH DATA BLOCK CONFIRMATION REQUIRED.
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SATEL
INTEGRA
CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
General ............................................................................................................................4
Control Panel Firmware Replacement ..........................................................................4
Programming ..................................................................................................................5
3.1
LCD keypad........................................................................................................................... 6
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.2
DLOADX-INSTALLER PROGRAM ............................................................................................... 32
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.2.4
3.3
3.4
3.5
4.
5.
GUARDX– USER PROGRAM .................................................................................................... 40
Web browser ....................................................................................................................... 40
Mobile phone ....................................................................................................................... 40
Hardwired zones/output expanders...................................................................................... 43
Wireless detectors ............................................................................................................... 44
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.2.5
5.2.6
5.3
5.4
APD-100 detector configuration ........................................................................................................45
APMD-150 detector configuration .....................................................................................................45
AMD-100 and AMD-101 detectors configuration ..............................................................................46
AGD-100 detector configuration........................................................................................................46
AVD-100 detector configuration ........................................................................................................46
ASD-100 detector configuration ........................................................................................................46
Wireless sirens .................................................................................................................... 47
5.3.1
5.3.2
ASP-105 siren configuration .............................................................................................................47
ASP-205 siren configuration .............................................................................................................48
230 V AC wireless controllers .............................................................................................. 49
System structure...........................................................................................................49
6.1
6.2
6.3
Objects ................................................................................................................................ 49
Partitions.............................................................................................................................. 50
Zones .................................................................................................................................. 54
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
6.3.4
6.3.5
6.4
Numeration of zones in the system...................................................................................................55
Parameters........................................................................................................................................55
Options ..............................................................................................................................................57
Zone type ..........................................................................................................................................59
Zone testing.......................................................................................................................................62
Outputs................................................................................................................................ 63
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.4.3
6.4.4
6.4.5
6.4.6
6.4.7
6.4.8
7.
8.
Local programming............................................................................................................................32
Remote programming with the use of modem ..................................................................................33
Remote programming with the use of GPRS technology only INTEGRA 128-WRL ........................38
Remote programming through the Ethernet (TCP/IP) network.........................................................39
GSM Phone only INTEGRA 128-WRL ..........................................................................40
Wireless System only INTEGRA 128-WRL..................................................................42
5.1
5.2
6.
Service mode ......................................................................................................................................6
Entering service mode "from pins" ......................................................................................................6
Service mode menu ............................................................................................................................8
Parameters........................................................................................................................................64
Options ..............................................................................................................................................64
Source of output triggering ................................................................................................................64
Clearance availability ........................................................................................................................65
Output disabling ................................................................................................................................65
Output types ......................................................................................................................................66
Output groups....................................................................................................................................72
Output testing ....................................................................................................................................72
LCD keypad ...................................................................................................................73
Codes and users ...........................................................................................................77
8.1
Prefixes ............................................................................................................................... 77
9. Monitoring .....................................................................................................................78
10. Messaging .....................................................................................................................83
10.1 Activation of the messaging ................................................................................................. 83
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11. Answering phone calls and remote control ............................................................... 84
11.1 Activation of the phone calls answering................................................................................84
11.2 Activation of the remote control ............................................................................................85
12. SMS control only INTEGRA 128-WRL ......................................................................... 85
12.1 Activation of the SMS control ...............................................................................................85
13. Control of outputs from LCD keypad.......................................................................... 87
14. Conformance to CLC/TS 50131-3 requirements......................................................... 87
15. History of the manual updates .................................................................................... 88
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SATEL
INTEGRA
1. General
The INTEGRA series control panels are characterized by a high flexibility of firmware, which
enables their functionality to be customized as per individual requirements of the protected
premises. The DLOADX and GUARDX programs, which are offered free of charge, facilitate
configuration of settings and operation control of the alarm system. The control panels may
be programmed locally or remotely.
This manual covers information on programming all the INTEGRA series control panels.
When reading the manual please bear in mind that there are some differences between
these panels. Information relating to the INTEGRA 128-WRL only is additionally highlighted.
2. Control Panel Firmware Replacement
After installation, but prior to programming of the control panel, the SATEL Company
recommends you check that the current firmware version is stored in the control panel
memory and update it, if necessary.
The control panel program is saved in the FLASH-type memory. Replacement of the
firmware is possible without the necessity to dismantle the control panel and the system. It is
performed via the RS-232 port installed on the control panel board. The mainboard RS-232
port and the computer port should be connected as shown in Figure 1 (you can purchase
a ready-made cable, available from SATEL).
COM
DSR
RXD
TXD
5
COM
RTS
DTR
TXD
RXD
CTS
4
3
8
2
6 543 1
Fig. 1. Connecting computer to the serial port of control panel. Shown on the left is
RJ connector on control panel mainboard. Shown on the right is DB-9 female plug,
as seen from solder side.
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Note: It is recommended that the cable be connected first to the control panel connector, and
then to the computer connector.
Firmware replacement is possible with the use of the FLASHX program, which can be
downloaded from the www.satel.pl web-site. Available on the website is also the latest
version of control panel firmware.
In order to begin the firmware replacement, launch the STARTER program in the control
panel. It can be done in two ways:
1. Select the function from the service mode menu (ÆSERVICE MODE ÆRESTARTS
ÆSTARTER).
2. Short-circuit the RESET pins when starting the control panel. Remove the short-circuit
immediately after power-up (approx. 1 second). If the pins are shorted longer, the function
of programming from computer will be started (provided that a computer with running
DLOADX program is connected to the control panel) or the service mode will be entered.
Running of the STARTER program is signaled by, suitable message displayed on all LCD
keypads, as well as blinking of LED indicators on keypads, partition keypads and code locks.
Note: During operation of the STARTER program the control panel does not perform its
normal functions (only the status of electronic fuses being monitored).
The STARTER program is waiting 2 minutes for the procedure of control panel firmware
replacement to begin. If this does not happen, the control panel will return to its normal
working mode (operation of the STARTER program can be terminated before expiry of 2
minutes by means of the RESTART command in the FLASHX program).
Taking into account the a.m. time limitations, launch the FLASHX program on the computer,
select the file with new program for control panel, indicate the port through which
communication is effected, and start the procedure of firmware replacement.
Note: If, for any reason, the procedure of firmware replacement is suddenly interrupted
(e.g. because of power supply failure) and, as a result, the control panel firmware is
corrupted, the STARTER program will be launched automatically and will remain active
until the correct firmware is installed.
3. Programming
The control panel can be configured from the LCD keypad (locally) or by the computer with
a suitable firmware (locally and remotely). If the ETHM-1 module is installed in the alarm
system, remote programming is also possible by means of an internet browser or cellular
phone (after installation of the MobileKPD application), or a palmtop (PDA or MDA, after
a suitable application is installed).
Programming the control panel is only possible when it is accessible to the service.
By default, the option PERMANENT SERVICE ACCESS. ([master code][*] ÆCHANGE OPTION
ÆPERM. SERV. ACC.). Thus, you can easily proceed to programming as soon as installation is
completed. However, the master users (administrators) are bound by the normative
requirements to limit the service access after installation is over. Therefore, prior to
commencement of the programming at a later date, it is necessary to contact the
administrator to get access to the control panel. The master user function SERVICE ACCESS
enables access time to be defined in hours.
Note: Should the master user forget his code and the service access be disabled (service
access time=0), it is still possible for the installer to enter a new master code (without
the necessity to delete the previously entered user codes). To this effect he must enter
the service code by hardware means ("from pins" – see description further in this
manual). After quitting the service mode, the installer can within approx. 20 seconds
call up the function MASTERS for editing by means of the service code and enter a new
code.
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3.1
SATEL
INTEGRA
LCD keypad
Programming the control panel from LCD keypad is carried out by means of the service
functions, available in the service mode menu.
3.1.1
Service mode
In order to start the service mode:
1. Enter the service code (by default 12345) and press [*].
2. Using the S or T key, select the item SERVICE MODE from the list and press the [#] or [X]
key.
The service mode is indicated on LCD keypads by the
[SERVICE] LED. It can be also
signaled by beeps, provided that the corresponding option is enabled.
Note: When in the service mode, the only possible alarms are those from zones 24H
VIBRATION, 24H CASH MACHINE, PANIC-AUDIBLE and PANIC-SILENT.
The control panel remains in the service mode until it is quitted by means of the function END
SERVICE. It is possible to hide the service mode after expiry of a programmed time period if no
operations are performed on the keypad. Then the control panel remains in the service
mode, though the keypad quits the service mode. The service mode will be still indicated on
the keypad by the
[SERVICE] LED (provided that audible signaling option is enabled).
Return to the service mode menu in the keypad will only take place after the service code is
entered again and the SERVICE MODE selected in the user menu.
When exiting the service mode, the alarm control panel checks whether the data in RAM
memory have changed as compared with those stored in non-volatile FLASH memory. If the
data in RAM memory have changed, a prompt will be displayed, asking whether the new
settings are to be written to the FLASH memory. Pressing the key [1] will store the current
data in the FLASH memory. This will guarantee their saving and enable their later retrieval
e.g. in case of discovery of errors or data loss from RAM memory.
Note: RAM memory errors should not occur, if the system is correctly configured and
properly supplied.
3.1.2
Entering service mode "from pins"
If the service mode cannot be entered in normal way (e.g. the control panel for some reason
does not support the keypad), you can use the so-called "from pins” method – an emergency
control panel starting procedure by hardware means. In such a case it is recommended that
the control panel factory default settings be restored and the system reconfigured.
1. Disconnect in turn the AC supply and the battery and check keypad connections to
the keypad bus.
2. Place the jumper on RESET pins located on the control panel board.
3. Connect in turn the battery and the AC supply (in INTEGRA 24, INTEGRA 32,
INTEGRA 64 and INTEGRA 128 control panels, the DIALER LED will start blinking).
4. Wait about 10 seconds (in INTEGRA 24, INTEGRA 32, INTEGRA 64 and INTEGRA 128
control panels, the DIALER LED will go off), then remove the jumper from pins. The control
panel should automatically enter the service mode menu (in LCD keypads, the
[SERVICE] LED will start blinking). The service mode menu will be displayed on
the keypad having the lowest address.
If no service mode menu will be displayed on the keypad, but a prompt will appear asking
whether to delete the control panel data, it means that the access to the service mode
“from pins" has been disabled in the control panel program (ÆSERVICE MODE
ÆCONFIGURATION ÆBLOCK SM). Pressing the key with number 1 will amount to resetting
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all the control panel settings (restarting to factory default settings), but will enable entering
the service mode.
5. Perform restart functions (ÆRESTARTS ÆCLEAR SETTINGS / ÆCLEAR CODES).
6. Perform identification functions for modules connected (ÆSTRUCTURE ÆHARDWARE
ÆIDENTIFICATION ÆLCD KEYPADS ID. / ÆEXPANDERS ID.).
Note: After identification, the addresses in keypads and expanders must not be changed.
7. End the service mode with the function END SERVICE. When the keypad displays
the message "Save data to FLASH memory? 1=Yes", press the key with number 1 to save
the new settings.
8. Call up the service mode once more. If the control panel enters the service mode again, it
is functioning OK.
Notes:
• If the control panel is connected to a computer with running DLOADX program, the function
of downloading via RS-232 will be started instead of the service mode.
• You can disable starting the service mode "from pins" by using the service mode function
Block SM (SERVICE MODE ÆCONFIGURATION ÆBLOCK SM). It will be possible to start
the service mode from pins on giving consent to restoration of default settings.
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SATEL
3.1.3
INTEGRA
Service mode menu
[SERVICE CODE][*][9] (starting the service mode with a shortcut)
Note: Functions relating to INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel only are highlighted by white font on black background.
Æ Service end
Configuration
Structure
Service code
INTEGRA ident.
DloadX ident.
GuardX ident
DloadX tel. No
GuardX tel. No
Block SM
Block DWNL
SM sound
Hide SM after
System
Objects
Edit object
New object
Partitions
Delete object
Settings
Partitions (adding/deleting partitions)
Name
Partitions (selecting still unassigned partitions)
Name
Type
Dep. partitions
Timers 1..32
Timers 33..64
Options
2 cds to arm
2 cds to d-arm
Codes on 2 arm
Timer priority
Fin. exit time
Infin. ex. time
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Programming
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Exit delay
Auto-arm delay
Al. verify time (prealarm)
Al. verify time (audible)
Guard – armed
Guard – disarm.
Time for guard.
C. mach. blk.del.
C. mach. blk. time
Zones
Name
Hardware
LCD keypads
Names (by numbers)
Settings
Name
Partitions
Alarms
Fire alarms
Chime zones
Chime bps. zone
Chime bps. time
Quickarm part.
Fin. exit time
Entry time p.
Exit time part.
Date Time format
Name (2nd row)
LCD backlight
Keys backlight
Auto backlight
(Functions relating to the
settings of expander modules
connected to the keypad bus
are presented on next pages,
after the main menu of
service functions.)
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INTEGRA
Alarm messages
Alarms
Options
Sound volume*
Reviews
* option available for INT-KLCD-GR/BL and INT-KLCDR-GR/BL keypads
Part. al. mess.
Zone al. mess.
Fire alarm
Medical alarm
Panic alarm
Silent panic
3 wrong codes
Entry time s.
Exit time sig.
Alarm signal.
New trbl. sign.
Key sounds
Trbl. in p.arm.
Zone violation
Auto-arm delay
Unkn. card sig.
Ev.3 unk. cards
Al.3 unk. cards
Dspl. mode chg.
Show code ent.
Show disarming
Control (8#)
RS communicat. (GuardX)
Zones
Partitions
Alarms log
Troubles log
Troubles
Chime changing (on/off)
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State part. (select)
Zone characters
Part. characters
Code+arrows
Code Ç function (ÅÆÈ)
Code Ç part (ÅÆÈ)
Code Ç outputs (ÅÆÈ)
Code Ç zones (ÅÆÈ)
Card close
Card close long
Door to open
Kpd tamper
Z1 (n) in kpd (n – zone no. in system)
Z2 (n) in kpd
Expanders
Names (by addresses)
DTM short
Loud tamp.DTM
Settings
ABAX - INTEGRA
Response period:
New device
Active mode
Configuration
Filter
Remove device
Synchronization
Test mode on
Test mode off
Expander name
(Functions relating to the expander settings
are presented on next pages, after the
service functions menu.)
ABAX confirmat.
Rem. RX key fobs
Copy RX keyfobs
Rem. ABAX kfobs
Copy ABAX kfobs
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SATEL
Identification
EOL resistor
GSM
INTEGRA
Names
DT1 short
Loud tamp.DT1
DT2 short
Loud tamp.DT2
LCD keypads id.
Expanders id. (Ident. of addressable zones)
Keypads addr.
Use GSM phone
PIN code:
PUK code:
Modem format
SMS centre:
SMS DloadX
SMS GuardX
GPRS
sound
APN
User:
Passwd:
DNS
Addr. D
Addr. G
Key D
Key G
Port D
Port G
clvl
cmic
sidet
echoG
echoE
echoP
INTEGRA
Options
Programming
Tel. options.
Printer options
Active rights
Mon. TELEPHONE
Mon.GPRS
Mon.SMS
Mon. ETHM-1
Tel. messaging
Modem answer.
Voice answer.
Remote control
Tone dialing
Groud start
No dialton.tst
No answer test
Dbl. voice msg.
Double call
External modem
ISDN/GSM modem
Pulse 1/1.5
Printing
Monitor. status
Names/descript
Wide paper
2400bps (off: 1200 bps)
CR+LF (off.: CR)
Parity bit
Parity: EVEN (off: ODD)
Zone alarms
Part/mod. al.
Arming/disarm.
Bypasses
Access control
Troubles
User functions
System events
(see: USER MANUAL – USERS function)
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SATEL
Various options
Do not arm
Times
Rings to answer
Prefix length
Clock adjustm.
Simple codes
Notify of code
Confirm with 1
Autoabort msg.
SM -> menu
Tests -> menu
Powersaver
Fast exp. bus
No rest. mon.
Inf. aft. tamper
Zones bef. arm
Arm, trb. warn.
Blk aft. w. code
Troubl. memory
Hide alarms
Events limit.
Remote reset
View clear.al.
If verif. al.
INTEGRA
(cancel messaging together with alarm clearance)
(reset)
(reset)
(switch off display/keys backlighting on AC loss)
(fast data transmission on expander buses)
(do not monitor module restarts)
(display message after tamper alarm until service intervention)
(view violated/bypassed zones before arming)
(warn of troubles before arming)
(after a wrong code is entered (or a wrong card/chip is read in) three times,
the keypad (reader) will be blocked for 90 seconds; when this time period expires,
each wrong code entered (or a wrong card read) will result in instant blocking)
(trouble memory displayed until reset)
(in armed mode, alarms are not displayed on keypads)
(in armed mode, events from the same source will only be saved 3 times)
(remote system restore after verified alarm)
(having cleared the alarm, view the zones which triggered it)
(re-arming after verified alarm will only be possible after system restoration
by the installer)
(do not arm if tamper)
(do not arm if monitoring trouble)
(do not arm if battery trouble)
do not arm if outputs trouble)
(do not arm if other trouble)
If tamper
If monit. trbl.
If batt. trbl.
If zones trbl.
If other trbl.
Global entry delay
Global alarm time
Suppr.arm status after
AC loss report delay
Tel. loss report delay
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Zones
Programming
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Daylight saving
Summer time
Winter time
Time server
(address of time synchronization server; Ethernet module or control panel INTEGRA 128-WRL
is required to execute the function)
Time zone (zone must be defined for the time synchronization to work properly)
Details
EOL
Sensitivity [x20ms] / Pulses duration / Sensitivity. [ms] / Output
Pulses count
Type
Entry delay / Alarm delay / Surveillan. time / Signal. delay / Bypass time (64-79) / Kpd number (58)/
Max. viol. time/Max. opening t. (for 57 type zones)
Arming mode (80, 82) /Group (80, 81, 83)
Max. n-viol. time
No viol [min]
Partition
Power up delay
Priority / Disrm.on viol. (for 82 type zones)
Chime in exp. / No al. in kpds. (for type 13 zones)
Video, disarmed
Video, armed
Bypass disabl.
Bypass no exit
Bell delay / Alarm if armed (64–79) / Clear alarm (81 and 82) / Restore=disarm (89)
Auto-reset 3
Auto-reset 1
Auto-rst. clr
Pre-alarm / Attend verif. (for zones type 0–2 and 85–86)
Abort delay / Part. tmp. block (for 84 type zones)
Rest. after bell
Rest. aft. disarm
Al. on exit end (when violat.) / Violat.events (47) / No bp. if armed (64–79) / Abort voice m. (81- 83)
Al. aft.unbps. (alarms when violated after unbypassing) / Event in arm (47)
Tamp. alw. loud
Monitor. delay (4-7, 64–79) / Chk. if can arm (80, 82) / Restore=bps.v. (89) / Bypass verif. (0–2, 85–86)
Name
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Parameters
Counters
Bypasses
Outputs
INTEGRA
Partition
(by zone nos.)
EOL
(by zone nos.)
Sensit. [x20ms] (by zone nos.)
Type
(by zone nos.)
Entry delay
(by zone nos.)
Max. violat. time (by zone nos.)
Max. no-viol.t. (by zone nos.)
Zone options (by details & zone nos.)
(Counters and zone groups are made
Counter n
Max. value
available after programming of suitable
Counting time
controlling zones – type 16–31 or 64–79.)
Omit recurs
Group n
Zones
Bypass on/off (off.: bypassing only)
Test
Names (by zone nos.)
Details
Function
Cut-off time
Polarization +
Pulsating
Latch / Timers 9..16 / Timers 17..32 / Timers 33..64
Arm - no ctrl.
Zones / Timers / Expanders / Outputs / Users / Doors / Voice mess. / Tel. switches (triggering)
LCD keypads / Master users / Arm mode sel. / Dialing mode (triggering)
Partitions / Burg. tst. part. (triggering)
Fire. tst. part. (triggering)
Bypass. timers
Clear in parts.
Troubles
Name
Parameters
Function
(by output nos.)
Cut-off time
(by output nos.)
Options
Polarization +
Pulsating
Latch
INTEGRA
Outputs groups
Timers
User schedules
Monitoring
Programming
Test
Names (by output nos.)
Group 1 (2, 3, 4) outputs
Group 1 (2, 3, 4) name
Outs state by
Times
Timer 1 (2...64)
Names
Timer 1 (2...64)
Settings
Schedule 1 (2...8) (assign timers to schedule)
Names
Mon. TELEPHONE
Mon. GPRS
Mon. SMS
Mon. ETHM-1
Dont rep. rsts.
Stations
Advanced
Long hsk.s1t1
Long hsk.s1t2
Long hsk.s2t1
Long hsk.s2t2
Long hsk. wait.
Need ack.id.s1
Id. 6-chars s1
Source name s1
Partit.name s1
SIA evr.bl.s1A / TELIM 0ton s1A
SIA evr.bl.s1B / TELIM 0ton s1B
Need ack.id.s2
Id. 6-chars s2
Source name s2
Partit.name s2
SIA evr.bl.s2A / TELIM 0ton s2A
SIA evr.bl.s2B / TELIM 0ton s2B
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Station 1
Station 2
Tel. 1 number
Tel. 2 number
Tel. 1 format
Tel. 2 format
Server address
Server port
Key (server)
Key (GPRS)
Key (ETHM-1)
Tel.num.for SMS
SMS format
Repetition cnt.
Suspension time
TELIM/SIA prefix
Identifier 1 (2...8)
Identifier sys.
Event assign.
Tel. 1 number
Tel. 2 number
Tel. 1 format
Tel. 2 format
Server address
Server port
Key (server)
Key (GPRS)
Key (ETHM-1)
Tel. num. for SMS
SMS format
Repetition cnt.
Suspension time
TELIM/SIA prefix
Identifier 1 (2...8)
Identifier sys.
Event assign.
INTEGRA
INTEGRA
Programming
Id. assignment
TELIM codes
Event codes
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Partitions
Zones
LCD keypads
Expanders
Identifier 1 (2...8)
Zones
Partitions
LCD keypads
Expanders
Alarm
Restore
Tamper
Tamper rst.
Trouble
Trouble rst.
Bypass
Unbypass
Violation
Arm
Disarm
Clear alarm
Duress alarm
Defer autoarm
No guard
Panic alarm
Fire alarm
Medical alarm
Tamper
Tamper rst.
Unauthorized
3 wrong codes
Panic alarm
Fire alarm
Medical alarm
Tamper
Tamper rst.
Unauthorized
3 wrong codes
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Identifier sys.
Troubles
Troubles rst.
INTEGRA
AC (230V) loss
Battery trouble
Settings clear
Monitoring trouble
Fire zones test
Burglary zones test
Real-time clock trouble
OUT1 trouble
OUT2 trouble
OUT3 trouble
OUT4 trouble
LCD keypads supply trbl.
Expanders supply trbl.
DTM bus trouble.
DT1 bus trouble
DT2 bus trouble
AC (230V) ok
Battery ok
Settings restore from FLASH
Monitoring ok
Fire zones test finished
Burglary zones test finished
Real-time clock setting
OUT1 ok
OUT2 ok
OUT3 ok
OUT4 ok
LCD keypads supply ok
Expanders supply ok
DTM bus ok
DT1 bus ok
DT2 bus ok
INTEGRA
Programming
Other
Messaging
Test at
Test every
Messaging
Double v. mess.
Repetition cnt.
Tel. names
Tel. settings
Telephone n
Tel. number
Messaging type
Rounds count
Any code
Code
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RAM memory error
Call back
DWNL finished
Unsuccessful DWNL attempt
Manual test of monitoring
Periodical test of monitoring
Monitoring test
Start of service mode
End of service mode
Main panel restart
Event log 50% full
Event log 90% full
Voice messaging
Pager type 1
Pager type 2
Pager type 3
SMS
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Assignment
Zone alarms
Zone tampers
Burglary alarms
Fire alarms
Medical alarms
Duress alarms
Tampers
AC (230V) loss
Outputs
Message 1 (2...64)
Pager 1 (2...3)
Tel. 1 (2...16)
Tel. 1 (2...16)
Tel. answ./ctrl.
Synthesizer
Pager message
Telephones
Messages
Pager types
Pager params
Msg. abort in P.
Msg. abort in P.
Msg. abort on T.
Msg. abort on T.
Answering
Double call
Rings count
On armed part. (select partitions)
Remote control
Users (all) (assign remote switches to control)
Users (t.code) (assign remote switches to control)
INTEGRA
INTEGRA
SMS control
Programming
SMS -> z.viol.
SMS -> function
Note
System status
Restarts
SMS n
SMS n - zones
SMS n
SMS n – fun.
SMS n – part.
SMS n – zones
SMS n – outs.
SMS n – name
[n – SMS message number: 1...32]
SMS check state:
Partitions list
Authorized tel.
Tel.cod.in SMS
Case sensitive
Confirm by SMS
SMS control
Text
Valid (days)
From (date)
For (select user)
Who can erase (select user)
Partitions
Zones
Troubles
Supply voltage
Radio devices
ST prog. version
GSM IMEI/v/sig.
IP/MAC ETHM-1 (IP address/MAC number of the ETHM-1 module)
Modules version
Clear all
Clear settings
Clear codes
Settings<-FLASH
Starter
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Menu of service functions for modules to be connected to the keypad bus (ÆStructure ÆHardware ÆLCD keypads ÆSettings).
Settings
CA-64 PTSA
Zones
Partitions
Alarms
What to show
AC delay
RS communicat.
PTSA tamper
Bypass pattern
Long violation pattern
No violation pattern
Tamper alarm pattern
Alarm pattern
Tamper memory pattern
Violation pattern
Tamper memory pattern
Alarm memory pattern
Zone ok pattern
Entry time pattern
Exit time <10s pattern
Exit time >10s pattern
Armed pattern
Not armed pattern
Fire alarm pattern
Alarm pattern
Fire memory pattern
Alarm memory pattern
No alarms pattern
Zn.1..64 + part.
Zn.65..128+part.
Zones 1..128
INTEGRA
INTEGRA
Programming
ETHM-1
Use DHCP
DHCP-DNS
DNS
Port (WWW)
Address IP
Netmask
Gateway
Port (DloadX)
Port (others)
Key (DloadX)
Key (others)
Connect DloadX
Connect GuardX
Connect Intern.
Connect GSM
Tamper
Fail. – event
Fail. – alarm
INT-RS
DSR control
RX control
Tamper in part.:
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SATEL
Menu of service functions for modules to be connected to the keypad bus (ÆStructure ÆHardware ÆExpanders ÆSettings).
Settings
INT-S / INT-SK
Lock feature
Lock
Doors on fire
Master users
Users
Alarms
Options
Signalling
Lock feature
Relay ON time
Relay type
Unauth. event
Unauth. alarm
Max. door open
Dependent door1
Dependent door2
Fire alarm
Medical alarm
Panic alarm
Silent panic
3 wrong codes
Quick arm
Fin.exit time
BI outs ctrl.
MONO outs ctr.
Part.blocking
Guard control
Changing code
Code* not dis.
Code* in arm
Alarm (latch)
Alarm (time)
Entry time
Exit time
Auto-arm delay
Code entered
Chime zones
INTEGRA
INTEGRA
Programming
Confirmation
Backlight
Auto backlight
No autorst.3t.
Partition
INT-SZ / INT-SZK
Lock
Doors on fire
Master users
Users
Alarms
Options
Signaling
Confirmation
Backlight
Auto backlight
No autorst.3t.
Partition
Lock feature
Relay ON time
Relay type
Unauth. event
Unauth. alarm
Max. door open
Dependent door1
Dependent door2
Fire alarm
Medical alarm
Panic alarm
Silent panic
3 wrong codes
Part.blocking
Guard control
Changing code
Code entered
Chime zones
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SATEL
INT-SCR
Lock feature
Lock
Doors on fire
Master users
Users
Alarms
Options
Signalling
Lock feature
Relay ON time
Unauth. event
Unauth. alarm
Max. door open
Dependent door1
Dependent door2
Fire alarm
Medical alarm
Panic alarm
Silent panic
3 wrong codes
Quick arm
Fin. exit time
BI outs ctrl.
MONO outs ctr.
Part. blocking
Guard control
Changing code
Code* not dis.
Code* in arm
Alarm (latch)
Alarm (time)
Entry time
Exit time
Auto-arm delay
Code entered
Chime zones
INTEGRA
INTEGRA
Programming
Confirmation
Backlight
Auto backlight
No autorst.3t.
Partition
INT-ENT
Master users
Users
3 wrong codes
BI outs ctrl.
MONO outs ctr.
Guard control
Signalling
Confirmation
Backlight
Delay act. time
No autorst.3t.
Partition
ACU-100
No autorst.3t.
Tamper
Response period
New device
Active mode
Configuration
Filter
Remove device
Synchronization
Test mode on
Test mode off
Delay act. time
Code entered
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CA-64 SR / CA-64 DR
Lock feature
Lock
Doors on fire
Master users
Users
Readers
Al. rdrs tamper
Hardw. signal.
3 wrong codes
BI outs ctrl.
MONO outs ctr.
Part. blocking
Guard control
Code* not dis.
Code* in arm
C.long not dis
Lock feature
Relay ON time
Unauth. event
Unauth. alarm
Max. door open
Dependent door1
Dependent door2
Reader A
Reader A sound
Reader A LED.
Reader A arms
Reader B
Reader B sound
Reader B LED
Reader B arms
INTEGRA
INTEGRA
Programming
Signalling
Alarm (latch)
Alarm (time)
Entry time
Exit time
Auto – arm delay
Chime zones
No autorst.3t.
Partition
INT-RX
No autorst.3t.
Partition
CA-64 E / CA-64 O / INT-ORS /
INT-IORS / CA-64 SM
No autorst.3t.
Tamper in part.
CA-64 Ei
No autorst.3t.
Tamper in part.
EOL resistor
CA-64 EPS / CA-64 ADR /
CA-64 OPS / CA-64 PP
No autorst.3t.
Tamper in part.
AC loss delay
CA-64 EPSi
No autorst.3t.
Tamper in part.
EOL resistor
AC loss delay
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3.2
DLOADX-INSTALLER PROGRAM
The DLOADX program enables data exchange between the computer and the control panel,
facilitates alarm system configuration, and ensures easy viewing of the status of zones,
partitions, outputs, troubles, doors supervised by the control panel, as well as other
components of the system. The program makes it also data conversion possible between
the INTEGRA series panels, and between the CA-64 and INTEGRA 64 panels.
The alarm control panel can be programmed locally or remotely.
1. Local programming requires connection of the RS-232 port on control panel mainboard
(RJ type socket) to the computer COM port. The connection should be made as shown in
Figure 1 on page 4 (you can buy a ready-made cable, manufactured by SATEL).
2. In case of remote programming, communication with the control panel can be
established in several ways:
– by the built-in 300 bps modem through the telephone network (considering
the transmission rate limited to 300 baud, the programming takes a longer time);
– by the built-in GSM communicator, using CSD technology, through the GSM cellular
telephone network only INTEGRA 128-WRL;
– by the built-in GSM communicator, using GPRS technology only INTEGRA 128-WRL;
– by the external modem connected to the RS-232 port of control panel mainboard
through the telephone network;
– by the GSM module, manufactured by SATEL, operating as an external modem with
the use of CSD technology, through the GSM cellular telephone network;
– by the ISDN module, manufactured by SATEL, operating as an external modem
through the ISDN digital telephone network;
– by the ETHM-1 module connected to the RS-232 port of control panel mainboard
through the TCP/IP network (local networks and Internet).
Note: The data transmission service with the use of CSD technology is usually available as
part of the basic service pack offered by the cellular network operator, however before
running the program it is advisable to make sure that you can use the network.
Irrespective of the chosen method of establishing connection between the program and
the control panel, it is necessary that the communication identifiers programmed in the
control panel/program be equal or have default values. After establishing communication with
a new alarm system, in which the identifiers have default values, the DLOADX program offers
random generated identifiers. They can be accepted or own identifiers can be entered.
The identifier must have 10 characters. It can be composed of numerals and letters from A to
F. Entering an identifier used for another system operated from the same computer by
the DLOADX program is impossible.
The control panel stores and makes available to the user the date and time when the date
were saved to the control panel, as well as the file name in the DLOADX program (USER
FUNCTION: TESTS ÆFILE IN DLOADX).
3.2.1
Local programming
In order to start local programming (downloading) from the computer you should:
1. Connect the RS-232 port of control panel to the computer port (see Fig. 1 on page 4).
2. Enter the service code from the keypad (by default 12345) and press [*].
3. Using the arrow keys, scroll the function list until the arrow indicates the function
DOWNLOADING.
4. Press the [#] or [X] key.
5. Select the item START DWNL-RS and press the [#] or [X] key.
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6. Start the DLOADX program on the computer. If the control panel RS-232 port is connected
to the computer COM1 port, communication with the control panel will start automatically.
icon, and then on the window which will appear, and indicate
Otherwise, click on the
the computer port through which communication is to be effected.
7. Establishing communication will be signaled on the monitor screen by a corresponding
message. The message contents depends on whether the program has been connected
to a new alarm system, or a system whose data have already been saved.
Note: The downloading function will start automatically if the INTEGRA control panel is
connected through the RS-232 port with the computer on which the DLOADX program
is running, and then control panel power is turned on.
The function of local programming from computer (downloading) can be ended by
the command END DWNL-RS ([service code][*] ÆDownloading ÆEnd DWNL-RS).
The function will be switched off automatically after 255 minutes have passed since the last
use of the DLOADX program, and the service access was blocked or expired in the meantime.
3.2.2
Remote programming with the use of modem
The control panels have a built-in internal modem, the transmission rate of which is rated at
300 baud. With this speed, reading all the control panel settings and programming the new
ones can take tens of minutes. The transmission rate imposes an additional restriction:
an analog modem must be connected on the computer side. The GSM communicator of
INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel supports sending data with the use of CSD technology, i.e.
at a rate of 9,6 kb/s. In case of the other control panels, higher transmission rates can be
obtained after an external modem is connected. The INTEGRA control panels can interact
with external analog, ISDN and GSM modems. Setting up a modem connection between
the control panel and the PC will be possible, provided that there is a suitably selected
modem on the computer side (see the table below).
Configuration on control panel side
Configuration on computer side
Built-in 300 bps modem
Analog modem
External analog modem
External ISDN modem
Analog modem
GSM modem
ISDN modem
GSM modem
Analog modem
External or built-in GSM modem
ISDN modem
GSM modem
Table 1. Ways to connect alarm control panel with computer for telephone communication.
The external modem or the communication module (GSM or ISDN) used as an external
modem must be connected to the control panel RS-232 port (see Fig. 2 and 3).
The modem and alarm control panel must be suitably configured so that remote
programming can be possible. Communication between control panel and modem can be
established in several ways (shown in parentheses is information on the required
configuration on the control panel side):
1. Connection initialized by the control panel (all configurations).
2. Connection initialized from the DLOADX program (built-in modem 300 bps, external analog
modem, external ISDN modem).
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RXD
DSR
RXD
INTEGRA
DSR
2
TXD
TXD
3
RTS
RTS
4
COM
COM
5
6
7
6 5 43 1
Fig. 2. Connecting the external modem with DB-9 socket to the control panel RS-232 port.
Shown on the left is RJ plug, to be connected to the socket on control panel mainboard.
Shown on the right is DB-9 male plug (seen from solder side).
COM
TXD
RXD
RTS
DSR
6 5 43 1
COM
RXD
TXD
DSR
RTS
5 4 3 2 1
Fig. 3 Connecting the external modem with PIN5 socket to control panel RS-232 port
(GSM, ISDN and ETHM-1 modules are similarly connected). Shown on the left side is RJ
plug, to be connected to control panel on-board socket. PIN5 connector is shown on the right.
3. Connection initialized from the DLOADX program, but the control panel calls back and sets
up the connection (built-in 300 bps modem, external analog modem, external ISDN
modem).
4. Connection initialized by means of SMS, after reception of which the control panel sets up
the connection (GSM module operating as an external modem, INTEGRA 128-WRL
control panel).
Irrespective of the chosen method of establishing communication, you must start the DLOADX
program on your computer and initialize the modem connected to the computer. Modem
initialization will take place after you click on the
icon and select modem configuration
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on the control panel side. This will open a window in which information on the modem
initialization will be displayed.
In the modem programming mode, access to the control panel is protected by a ten-byte
code (over 1.2x1024 combinations). This ensures a very good safeguard against an attempt
to break into the control panel by means of the telephone links. Additionally, the control panel
is protected against attempts of scanning the access code – after three consecutive attempts
to get access to the panel by using wrong codes during one session, the modem signal
answering engine is disabled for 30 minutes.
Configuration of settings in modem to be connected to computer
The modem connected to the computer can be configured by using the DLOADX program.
For this purpose, click on the
icon to open the CONFIGURATION window. The MODEM tab
makes it possible to define modem settings for three different configurations on the control
panel side (built-in 300 bps modem, external analog modem or ISDN/GSM) modem. A click
on the
key will open for editing the parameters of modem communication port
and initializing commands.
Configuration of settings in modem to be connected to control panel
Before connection to the control panel, the modem must be suitably prepared: connect it to
the computer and, using the Terminal type program, set the suitable operating mode
and save its settings.
You should follow the procedure below:
1. Check whether the modem is connected to the terminal – modem should answer OK after
writing at© (if modem does not answer, try ate1© ; if there is still no answer, check
the modem connection to the computer and make sure that the COM port is properly
selected in settings of the program of Terminal type).
2. Check the settings of parameters which determine the modem operation mode. After
the command at&v©, the modem will present a list of parameters for programming.
A typical set of parameters is shown in Fig. 4. For the control panel to properly work with
the modem just a few parameters must be set – the parameter block stored as “profile 0"
("STORED PROFILE 0" in Figure 4) must include E1 Q0 V1 X4 &D2 &S0 and S00:000.
Fig. 4. Correct setting of external modem parameters.
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3. If the parameters mentioned above are set correctly, the modem is ready for operation
with the control panel. If any parameter is set to other value, set it properly. Command for
parameter setting consists of fixed prefix AT and parameter value required (for example,
when profile specifies E0 V0, the command for setting the proper parameter value is
ate1v1©, after which the modem answers OK).
4. Having set the parameter values acc. to the list mentioned above in point 2, save
the settings in the “profile 0" (using the at&w0© command).
5. Finally, you can check whether all parameters are properly saved – after the atz©
command followed by at&v©, the settings in ACTIVE PROFILE should be the same as in
STORED PROFILE 0 (note: often STORED PROFILE set contains less parameters than
ACTIVE PROFILE set, which is normal).
Notes:
• The modem S0 register is to be set with the ats0=0 command (in Figure 4 the modem
register is shown in slightly different notation S00:000).
• When restarting the modem, the control panel generates ATZ command, which sets
parameters in accordance with the values saved in the “profile 0". Therefore, the current
values of parameters mentioned in point 2 (“ACTIVE PROFILE") are not important, but it is
important that they be correctly set in the “profile 0".
Configuration of control panel settings
Depending on the modem type and the method of establishing communication, do
the following in the control panel:
• If the control panel is to execute the connection, enter the telephone number of
the computer from which the control panel is to be programmed (SERVICE MODE
¼CONFIGURATION TS ¼TELEPHONE DLOADX). Digits and special characters may be
entered. In order to enter special characters into the telephone number by means of LCD
keypad:
− enter the digit to which the special character is assigned (see Table 2);
− press the T key – a flashing cursor will appear (large rectangle);
− press the W key to move the cursor onto the previously entered digit
− press the key with the same digit again – the special character will be displayed
(if characters "a", "b", "c" or "d" are to be entered, press repeatedly the key with digit 8).
Special character
Numeric key
Description of function
A
0
end of number
B
1
switch to pulse dialing
C
2
switch to tone dialing
D
3
wait for additional signal
E
4
3-second pause
F
5
10-second pause
¾
6
¾ signal in DTMF mode
#
7
# signal in DTMF mode
a
b
8
other signals are generated in DTMF mode
c
d
Table 2. Assignment of special characters to numeric keys in the keypad.
Note: Do not program the A character (end of number marker) in telephone numbers. It is
added automatically after the character that was entered as the last one.
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• If the connection is to be initialized by the computer or by means of SMS message, enable
the ANSWERING – MODEM option (SERVICE MODE ¼OPTIONS ¼ TELEPHONE OPTIONS
¼ASWERING. MODEM).
• If the connection is to be initialized by the computer, set the number of rings after which
the control panel will answer the call (SERVICE MODE ¼OPTIONS ¼ RINGS COUNT).
• If the connection is to be initialized by the computer and the control panel is to only go off
hook after the second call, enable the DOUBLE CALL option (SERVICE MODE ¼OPTIONS ¼
TELEPHONE OPTIONS ¼ DOUBLE CALL).
• If an external modem is connected to the control panel, enable the EXTERNAL MODEM
option (SERVICE MODE ¼OPTIONS ¼ TELEPHONE OPTIONS ¼EXT. MODEM).
• If a GSM or ISDN module is connected to the control panel as an external modem, enable
the option MODEM ISDN/GSM (SERVICE MODE ¼OPTIONS ¼ TELEPHONE OPTIONS ¼MODEM
ISDN/GSM).
• If the control panel is to execute the connection after receiving an SMS message, define
the code which will have to be included in the SMS message body to initialize
communication with the DLOADX program (SERVICE MODE ¼STRUCTURE ¼HARDWARE
¼GSM ¼SMS DLOADX). only INTEGRA 128-WRL
Notes:
• The computer telephone number cannot be programmed in the control panel, if
the connection is to be set up by the computer (the costs are charged to the computer
telephone number).
• The number of rings and the DOUBLE CALL option do not apply to the control panels with
external ISDN or GSM modem. In case of the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel, they are
only meaningful when communication is to be effected at a rate of 300 bps or an external
analog modem is connected.
Connection initialized by the control panel through built-in 300 bps modem
After initializing of the modem, start the START DWNL-TEL FUNCTION in the LCD keypad
([code][*] ¼DOWNLOADING ¼START DWNL-TEL). This function is available to the service
people and to the administrators/users having the DOWNLOADING authority level.
Connection initialized by the control panel through external modem
After initializing of the modem, start the START DWNL-MOD. FUNCTION in the LCD keypad
([code] [*] ¼DOWNLOADING ¼START DWNL-MOD.). This function is available to the service
personnel and to the administrators/users having the DOWNLOADING authority level.
Connection initialized by the control panel through built-in GSM communicator (using
CSD technology) only INTEGRA 128-WRL
After initializing of the modem, start the START DWNL-CSD FUNCTION in the LCD keypad
([code][*] ¼DOWNLOADING ¼START DWNL-CSD). This function is available to the service
people and to the administrators/users having the DOWNLOADING authority level.
Connection initialized from the DLOADX program
The computer telephone number cannot be programmed in the control panel!
After initializing of the modem, click on the „Connect” button. After the programmed number
of rings (or after the second number call, if the DOUBLE CALL option has been selected)
the control panel will answer the call and the connection will be established.
Connection initialized from the DLOADX program, but the control panel calls back and
sets up the connection
After initializing of the modem, click on the "Connect" button. After the programmed number
of rings (or after the second number call, if the DOUBLE CALL option has been selected) the
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control panel will answer the call, acknowledge receiving the call, and disconnect. Then it will
call back the number programmed in the control panel and the connection will be established.
Connection initialized by means of SMS, after reception of which the control panel
sets up the connection
Send an SMS message to the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel / to the GSM module
connected to the alarm control panel.
In case of the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel the SMS message should look as follows:
„xxxx=csd=” („xxxx” denotes the code defined in control panel which triggers communication
with DLOADX program) – the control panel will call the programmed telephone number of
the computer; the data will be sent using CSD technology;
„xxxx=yyyy=” („xxxx” denotes the code defined in control panel which triggers
communication with DLOADX program; "yyyy" denotes telephone number of the
computer with which the control panel is to establish communication) – the control panel
will call the telephone number sent in the SMS message (the computer telephone
number programmed in control panel will be ignored); the data will be sent using CSD
technology.
If the GSM module is connected to the control panel as an external modem, the SMS
message should look as follows:
„xxxx” („xxxx” denotes the code defined in module which triggers communication with
DLOADX program) – the control panel, using the module, will call the programmed
computer telephone number; the data will be sent using CSD technology;
„xxxx=yyyy.” („xxxx” denotes the code defined in module which triggers communication with
DLOADX program; "yyyy" denotes telephone number of the computer with which the
control panel is to establish communication) – the control panel, using the module, will
call the telephone number sent in the SMS message (the computer telephone number
programmed in control panel will be ignored); the data will be sent using CSD
technology.
Having received the SMS message, the control panel will call the computer number and
a connection will be established (the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel will additionally send
an SMS acknowledgement message).
3.2.3
Remote programming
INTEGRA 128-WRL
with
the
use
of
GPRS
technology
only
The SIM card installed in the control panel must have the GPRS service activated!
The computer on which the DLOADX program will be running must have an IP address which
is visible on the Internet (so-called public IP address) or the network server port must be
redirected to that computer, so as to make connection with that computer possible.
The following items are to be programmed in the control panel:
• Access point name (APN) for Internet GPRS connection (SERVICE MODE ¼STRUCTURE
¼HARDWARE ¼GSM ¼GPRS ¼APN).
• User name for Internet GPRS connection (SERVICE MODE ¼STRUCTURE ¼HARDWARE
¼GSM ¼GPRS ¼USER).
• Access code for Internet GPRS connection (SERVICE MODE ¼STRUCTURE ¼ HARDWARE
¼GSM ¼GPRS ¼CODE).
• IP address of the DNS server which is to be used by the control panel (SERVICE MODE
¼STRUCTURE ¼HARDWARE ¼GSM ¼GPRS ¼DNS). The DNS server address is not to
be programmed if the computer address is entered in numerical form (4 decimal numbers
separated by dots).
Note: APN, user name, code and DNS server address can be obtained from the GSM
network operator.
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• Address of the computer (or the network server whose port has been redirected to the
computer) with which the control panel is to establish communication (SERVICE MODE ¼
STRUCTURE ¼HARDWARE ¼GSM ¼GPRS ¼ADDRESS D). The address can be entered in
numerical form or as a name.
• Number of the network port through which communication with the DLOADX program will
be effected (SERVICE MODE ¼STRUCTURE ¼HARDWARE ¼GSM ¼GPRS ¼PORT D).
• If the control panel is to establish GPRS communication after receiving an SMS message:
the code which has to be included in the SMS message body to initialize communication
with the DLOADX program (SERVICE MODE ¼STRUCTURE ¼HARDWARE ¼GSM ¼SMS
DLOADX).
Communication between the control panel and the computer can be established in two ways:
1. Initializing connection by the control panel.
2. Initializing connection by means of an SMS message, after receiving of which the control
panel will establish a connection.
Irrespective of the chosen method of establishing communication, the DLOADX program must
be running on the computer, and receiving GPRS connections from the control panel must be
enabled (the server must be activated):
1. Click on the
icon to open the menu.
2. Select the "TCP/IP: DloadX <- GPRS" command. The server activation window will open.
3. Define the number of network port through which the server (the computer with DLOADX
program) will communicate with the control panel. The number must correspond to that
programmed in the control panel.
4. Click on the "Start" button. This will activate the server which will be waiting for
establishing a connection by the control panel.
Connection initialized by control panel
Having activated the server on your computer, start the START DWNL-GPRS function on
the LCD keypad ([code] [*] ¼DOWNLOADING ¼START DWNL-GPRS). This function is
available to the service personnel and to the administrators/users having the DOWNLOADING
authority level.
Connection initiated by SMS message, after reception of which the control panel
establishes connection
An SMS message should be sent to the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel. The message
should look as follows:
„xxxx=gprs=” („xxxx” denotes the code defined in control panel which triggers
communication with DLOADX program) – the control panel will connect to the computer
whose IP address was preprogrammed beforehand;
„xxxx=aaaa:p=” („xxxx” denotes the code defined in control panel which triggers
communication with DLOADX program; "aaaa" stands for address of the computer with
which the control panel is to establish communication, entered in numerical form or as
a name; "p" is number of the network port through which communication with the
DLOADX program is to be effected) – the control panel will connect to the computer
whose address was given in the SMS message (the computer IP address and port
which are programmed in the control panel will be ignored).
3.2.4
Remote programming through the Ethernet (TCP/IP) network
This method of programming requires that a ETHM-1 module be connected to the control
panel. The RS-232 port of the control panel should be connected to the module port by
means of a suitable cable (Fig. 3). The way of control panel/module configuration is
described in the ETHM-1 module manual.
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GUARDX– USER PROGRAM
The GUARDX program makes possible visualization of the protected facility on the computer
monitor, operating the system from an independent on-screen LCD keypad, access to the
event log, as well as creating and editing the system users. For the purpose of programming,
communication between the computer and the control panel can be established.
1. Locally:
– through RS-232 port of LCD keypad;
– through RS-232 port of INT-RS converter;
– through RS-232 port on control panel mainboard.
2. Remotely:
– through TCP/IP network (local networks and Internet) by means of a locally connected
computer on which the GUARDSERV program is running;
– through built-in GSM communicator with the use of CSD technology, by means of
GSM cellular telephone network only INTEGRA 128-WRL;
– through built-in GSM communicator with the use of GPRS technology only
INTEGRA 128-WRL;
– through external modem connected to the RS-232 port on control panel mainboard, by
means of telephone network;
– through SATEL made GSM module, operating as an external modem with the use of
CSD technology, by means of GSM cellular telephony network;
– through SATEL made ISDN module, operating as an external modem, over ISDN
digital telephony network;
– through the ETHM-1 module connected to control panel, over TCP/IP network (local
networks and Internet).
3.4
Web browser
The Java application to be started in the web browser will make a virtual keypad available to
enable the control panel to be operated in much the same way as by using the regular LCD
keypad. This method of programming requires that a ETHM-1 module be connected to the
control panel. The way of control panel/module configuration is described in the ETHM-1
module manual.
3.5
Mobile phone
The cellular phone with a special application installed will adopt the role of a remote keypad.
It enables the control panel to be operated in much the same way as by using the regular
LCD keypad. This method of programming requires that a ETHM-1 module be connected to
the control panel. Configuration of the control panel and module, as well as application to be
downloaded for the mobile phone, are described in the ETHM-1 module manual.
4. GSM Phone only INTEGRA 128-WRL
The SIM300DZ industrial, three-range cellular phone, operating in the GSM
900/1800/1900 MHz networks, enables the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel to execute
the functions of monitoring, messaging, call answering and control, and makes remote
programming possible (GSM or GPRS).
Settings of the control panel GSM telephone can be programmed by means of LCD keypad
(SERVICE MODE ÆSTRUCTURE ÆHARDWARE ÆGSM) or DLOADX program (window STRUCTURE,
tab HARDWARE, branch GSM PHONE).
GSM using – this option must be enabled if the control panel is to support the GSM
communicator. The option may be disabled if the GSM communicator is not to be used
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(e.g. SIM card is not installed, etc.). Disabling the option will thus prevent any GSM related
troubles from being unnecessarily reported.
PIN Code – PIN code of the SIM card. Entering a wrong code may result in blocking the SIM
card.
Note: If the PIN code of SIM card is inconsistent with that entered in the control panel
settings, the control panel will inform of it by means of a suitable message and an
audible signal in the LCD keypad. After 255 seconds the control panel will retry to use
the PIN code. If the PIN code is wrong, the control panel will signal it again. After the
third attempt to use a wrong PIN code, the card will be blocked. In such a case, the
PUK code will have to be entered (SERVICE MODE ÆSTRUCTURE ÆHARDWARE ÆGSM
ÆPUK CODE).
PUK code – this option is only available in LCD keypads, when as a result of entering invalid
PIN code the SIM card has been blocked. After entering a correct PUK code, confirmed by
pressing the [#] key, the SIM card will by unblocked, receiving a new PIN code (the one
entered in the PIN CODE function).
Modem format – GSM modem transmission format. The modem format should be selected,
with consideration for the type of modem used with the computer and the scope of
services provided by the cellular network operator.
SMS center number – telephone number of the SMS message management center, which
acts as an agent in sending SMS messages. Entering the number is necessary if the GSM
communicator is to send SMS messages. The number entered in the control panel must
correspond to the network in which the GSM communicator is used (this depends on
the SIM card installed in the control panel).
SMS DloadX – password that must be included in the SMS message sent to the control
panel, so that it can start the procedure of establishing communication with the DLOADX
program (communication through modem or by means of GPRS technology).
SMS GuardX – password that must be included in the SMS message sent to the control
panel, so that it can start the procedure of establishing communication with the GUARDX
program (communication through modem or by means of GPRS technology).
APN – name of the access point for Internet GPRS connection. You should obtain it from
your GSM network operator. It must be entered, if sending data with the use of GPRS
technology is to be available.
User – name of the user for Internet GPRS connection. You should obtain it from your GSM
network operator. It must be entered, if sending data with the use of GPRS technology is
to be available.
Code – code for Internet GPRS connection. You should obtain it from your GSM network
operator. It must be entered, if sending data with the use of GPRS technology is to be
available.
DNS server – IP address of DNS server to be used by the control panel. It can be obtained
from the GSM network operator. The DNS server address is necessary when data are to
be sent with the use of GPRS technology, and the address of the device to which the
control panel is to be connected (computer with DLOADX program, computer with GUARDX
program, or monitoring station) has been entered as a name. If the address has been
entered in numerical form (4 decimal numbers separated by dots), the DNS server
address need not be programmed.
DloadX Address – address of the computer with DLOADX program with which the control
panel is to communicate using GPRS technology. It can be entered in numerical form
(4 decimal numbers separated by dots) or in the form of a name.
Port (DloadX) – number of the network port through which communication with DLOADX
program will be effected.
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GuardX Address – address of the computer with GUARDX programe though which
the control panel is to communicate using GPRS technology. It can be entered in
numerical form (4 decimal numbers separated by dots) or in the form of a name.
Port (GuardX) – number of the network port through which communication with GUARDX
program will be effected.
Additionally, advanced options of programming sound settings in GSM telephone are also
available. In most cases, the factory settings of the audio path are optimal for correct
communication.
5. Wireless System only INTEGRA 128-WRL
The INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel can directly support (without connecting any additional
modules) up to 48 wireless devices (up to 48 wireless zones/outputs) and 248 key fobs of
ABAX system. The ABAX system uses two-way communication in 868.0 MHz – 868.6 MHz
frequency band. Reception of messages and commands is acknowledged, which guarantees
that they have reached the recipient and, additionally, makes possible control of presence of
wireless devices in the system. Configuring parameters and testing wireless devices is
effected by radio, without dismounting of their enclosures.
The mainboard wireless system can be programmed by means of LCD keypad (SERVICE
MODE ÆSTRUCTURE ÆHARDWARE ÆEXPANDERS ÆSETTINGS ÆABAX - MAIN BOARD, and in
case of the APT-100 key fobs, also SERVICE MODE ÆSTRUCTURE ÆHARDWARE ÆEXPANDERS)
or DLOADX program (window STRUCTURE, tab HARDWARE, branch W IRELESS SYSTEM, and in
case of the APT-100 key fobs, also the KEYFOBS ABAX window, which can be opened by
clicking on the KEYFOBS ABAX command in USERS menu). The procedures of adding
and deleting the ABAX wireless devices are described in the installation guide.
The procedures of adding and deleting the ABAX key fobs, as well as assigning system
zones to the key fob buttons are described in the user manual.
Response period – communication with wireless devices takes place in specified intervals.
The control panel is then gathering information on the status of wireless devices and, if
necessary, sending commands to the devices, e.g. switching the detectors to their
active/passive state, switching on/off the test mode and/or changing configuration of the
devices. The polling period can be 12, 24 or 36 seconds. The less frequent is
communication between the control panel and the wireless devices takes place,
the greater is the number of wireless devices can work with their operating ranges
mutually overlapped. For 12 s, the maximum number of devices is 150, for 24 s – 300, and
for 36 s – 450. Outside the polling period, information on tampers of devices and violations
of active detectors is sent to the control panel. The RESPONSE PERIOD has also impact on
the level of energy consumption by the wireless devices. The less frequently
communication between the control panel and the wireless devices takes place, the lower
energy consumption and the longer battery life is.
Filter – you can define the number of polling periods after which, if the device is not
answering, loss of communication with the device will be reported. Values from the 0 to 50
range can be entered. Entering the digit 0 will disable control of the device presence in
the system.
Configuration – some of the wireless devices (e.g. detectors APD-100, APMD-150,
AGD-100, AVD-100 and ASD-100, sirens ASP-105 and ASP-205) make additional
parameters and options available, which can be configured by radio.
In the LCD keypad, having started the CONFIGURATION FUNCTION (SERVICE MODE
ÆSTRUCTURE ÆHARDWARE ÆEXPANDERS ÆSETTINGS ÆABAX – MAIN BOARD.
ÆCONFIGURATION) select the zone to which the device you want to configure is assigned,
and press the [#] or X key. Even if the device takes up several zones, only the name of
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the first of them can be displayed. The number of displayed zones depends on the type
of device.
In the DLOADX program, click in the "Configuration" column in the field pertaining to
the chosen device and parameters you want to change. Using the keyboard, enter new
settings.
Always active – with this option enabled, the device will be always active (see section:
WIRELESS DETECTORS).
Synchronization – this function starts the procedure of synchronization, i.e. checking
whether other ABAX wireless systems are working within the control panel range. If other
ABAX wireless systems are detected ABAX, the control panel will adapt the polling period
so as to prevent radio transmissions from being mutually jammed. Synchronization takes
place automatically when starting the control panel, and after each operation
of adding/deleting devices which are supported by it.
Test mode – when in the test mode, all wireless devices will signal communication with
the control panel by LED blinking, and detectors will inform about tampers and violations
by means of indicator LEDs. During normal work of wireless devices, the LED signaling is
off for energy saving reasons. In the test mode, the signaling of sirens is blocked. The test
mode is switched on and off during polling, thus causing a delay, the duration of which
depends on the programmed polling period. The test period will be switched off
automatically 30 minutes after:
– starting the test mode by means of the DLOADX program (the 30 minutes are running
from the moment of quitting the W IRELESS SYSTEM branch),
– terminating the service mode in control panel.
Note: According to the requirements of EN50131 standard, the level of radio signal sent by
wireless devices is lowered when the test mode is running.
ABAX confirmation – this function applies to the APT-100 key fobs operating in the ABAX
system (INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel and ACU-100 controllers with firmware version
2.0 or later). It makes it possible to determine the system outputs, the status of which
would be sent to the key fobs. 8 system outputs can be selected (when adding/editing
administrator or user, 3 of these outputs can be selected).
Remove ABAX keyfobs – function only available in LCD keypad. It enables deletion of all
data regarding the APT-100 key fobs in INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel (in ACU-100
controllers connected to the control panel). It also applies to information on the zones
assigned to buttons of individual users' key fobs. Removal of the key fob in any other will
not reset settings of the buttons.
Copy ABAX keyfobs – function only available in LCD keypad. If additional ACU-100
controllers (with firmware version 2.0 or later) are connected to the control panel, the
function enables copying the key fob related data from the INTEGRA 128-WRL control
panel (or ACU-100 controller) to the ACU-100 controller (or INTEGRA 128-WRL control
panel). Thus the key fob related data can be made uniform.
5.1
Hardwired zones/output expanders
The hardwired zones/outputs expander (ACX-200 or ACX-201) takes up 4 zones and 4
outputs in the system. Parameters of the zones and outputs are to be programmed in the
same way as those of the other hardwired zones and outputs of the control panel. However,
it should be borne in mind that the actual sensitivity of the zones may be different from that
programmed by means of the keypad or DLOADX program. Within the range of 20ms to
140ms it will precisely correspond to the programmed value. Above 140ms, only some
sensitivity values are available in the expander (300ms, 500ms, 700ms, etc., in 200ms
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increments). The values above 140ms, programmed by means of the LCD keypad or
the DLOADX program, are rounded to the nearest value supported by the expander zones.
The transmission of zone status information as well as the output control are performed in
real time mode. Only the information on expander zone settings is sent during the response
period. When polling, control panel will send information to the expander, regarding
configuration of one zone. This means that 4 response periods are needed to send
information on the settings of 4 zones. Consequently, even more than 2 minutes can elapse
from the moment the new settings are programmed to the moment they are actually saved in
the expander (if the response period is 36 seconds). The settings of expander zones are
stored in non-volatile memory, hence the loss of power supply will not mean any loss of
preprogrammed settings.
Note: If the communication with control panel is lost, all of the previously activated outputs
will enter the inactive state after 20 response periods.
Additionally, the ACX-201 expander will transmit information on:
– status of AUX1, AUX2 supply outputs – overload information is sent when the AUX1 or
AUX2 output load exceeds 0.5 A.
– battery status – battery discharge information is sent when the battery voltage drops below
11 V for longer than 12 minutes (3 battery tests). This information will be sent to control panel
until the battery voltage rises above 11 V for longer than 12 minutes (3 battery tests).
– AC supply status – power supply loss information is sent when the AC supply loss is
lasting longer than 30 seconds. Power restore is reported with the same delay.
5.2
Wireless detectors
The wireless detectors send to the control panel information on violations, tampers and low
battery status. Information on violations and tampers is transmitted to the zones to which the
detectors are assigned. The system zones to which the detectors are assigned can be
programmed as:
• NC, NO or EOL – the zone will only inform of detector violation;
• 2EOL/NC or 2EOL/NO – the zone will inform of detector violation and tamper.
The ABAX system wireless detectors can work in the passive state (the system is disarmed)
or in the active state (the system is armed). When in the passive state (battery-saving
mode), the detectors mainly communicate with the controller in time intervals determined by
the RESPONSE PERIOD option. Then the information on violations and battery status is sent.
Only the detector tamper messages are sent immediately. When in the active state, both the
violations and tampers are sent to the controller right away.
In order to simultaneously control the status of detector and tamper, the control panel zones
assigned to wireless devices should be programmed as 2EOL.
Changing the wireless detectors from passive to active state takes place simultaneously with
arming the partition to which the zone with wireless detector belongs. After disarming, the
detectors will re-enter the passive state. It does not refer to the 24hr zones. The wireless
detectors assigned to those zones remain always in the active state. Additionally, the ALWAYS
ACTIVE option can be enabled for any wireless detector.
Since changing the state of detectors from passive to active, and conversely, takes place
during polling, it is done with some delay in relation arming/disarming. This delay, depending
on the chosen response frequency, can be up to 12, 24 or 36 seconds.
It is advisable in some situations that the detector be always active. For example, the user
wants to be sure that no window is open in the facility at the moment of arming. Switching
over the window protection magnetic detector permanently in active state allows to avoid the
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risk that the window will be opened just before arming, but the information about it has not yet
come.
The batteries ensure operation of the detectors for a period of about 3 years,
provided that they remain in the passive state for some portion of that period,
and the RESPONSE PERIOD is 12 seconds. The lifetime of batteries in the detectors
which are permanently switched to the active state will be reduced. On the other
hand, decreasing the response frequency will extend the battery life.
For example, the battery in magnetic detector for window protection will be
sufficient for a period longer than specified, even if it has been permanently
switched over to the active state, if the RESPONSE PERIOD is set at 36 seconds.
The number of possible violations of this detector will be lower than the number
of extra transmissions with the response time of 12 seconds.
5.2.1
APD-100 detector configuration
The APD-100 wireless passive infrared detector takes up 1 zone in the system. Sensitivity
of the detector is remotely programmable. In case of detectors with firmware version 2.01,
you can additionally determine if the immunity to pets up to 15 kg in weight is to be
enabled.
In LCD keypad, the W and X keys enable navigation between programmable parameters.
You can change sensitivity by means of the S and T keys. You can also enter numerical
values from the 1 to 3 range (see Table 3). The pet immunity option can be enabled/disabled
by using numerical keys and the S and T keys. Enabling of the option is indicated by the
symbol. Confirm the new parameters by using the [#] key.
In the DLAODX program, a two-digit sequence is to be entered. The first digit refers to
the sensitivity (see Table 3), and the other – to the pet immunity (0 – option disabled, 1 – option
enabled).
Number Detector sensitivity
1
low
2
medium
3
high
Table 3.
5.2.2
APMD-150 detector configuration
The APMD-150 wireless dual motion detector takes up 1 zone in the system. The following
items are remotely programmable:
• infrared path sensitivity – within the range 1 to 4.
• microwave path sensitivity – within the range 1 to 8.
• test mode functionality – 0 (violation signaling after motion is registered by both detectors),
1 (violation signaling after motion is registered by microwave detector) or 2 (violation
signaling after motion is registered by infrared detector).
In the LCD keypad, the W and X keys enable navigation between programmable
parameters. You can change the chosen parameter by means of the S and Tkeys. You can
also enter numerical values. Confirm the new parameters by using the [#] key.
In the DLOADX program, enter 3 digits corresponding to the selected parameters.
For example, entering 4-4-0 means that the sensitivity of IR path is set at 4, the sensitivity of
the microwave path is set at 4 too, and, in the test mode, the detector will signal violation
(the LED will go on) after motion is registered by both detectors.
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AMD-100 and AMD-101 detectors configuration
The AMD-100 wireless magnetic detector with an additional zone takes up 1 zone in
the system, and the AMD-101 wireless magnetic detector with an additional independent zone
– 2 zones (the first zone – magnetic detector, the other one – the additional input of
the detector).
In case of the detectors with electronics version 3.5 D or later, you should remotely select which
of the two reed switches is to be active. In the LCD keypad, the reed switch selection is to be
done by means of the S and T keys. Confirm the selection by using the [#] key. In the DLAODX
program, enter from the keyboard the digit 0 (the lower reed switch) or 1 (the side reed
switch).
5.2.4
AGD-100 detector configuration
The AGD-100 wireless glass break detector takes up 1 zone in the system. Sensitivity of the
high-frequency channel is to be programmed for the detectors. The programming is done in
the same way as in case of programming sensitivity of the APD-100 detectors.
5.2.5
AVD-100 detector configuration
The AVD-100 wireless vibration and magnetic detector takes up 2 zones in the system
(the first zone – magnetic detector, the other zone – vibration detector). You should
determine which of the two reed switches of the magnetic detector is to be active, and
configure operating parameters of the vibration detector:
• sensitivity – programmable within the range 1 to 8. Registering a single vibration which
meets the sensitivity criteria will result in violation of the detector.
• number of pulses – programmable within the range 0 to 7. Registering a predetermined
number of vibrations within 30 seconds will result in violation of the detector. All vibrations
are taken into consideration (they do not have to meet the sensitivity criteria). Pulses are
not counted up for the value 0.
Note: Parameters are being independently analyzed. As a result, the detector can signal
violation after registering a strong single vibration, caused by a powerful impact, as
well as after a few slight vibrations, caused by a series of weak strikes.
In the LCD keypad, in order to determine which of the two reed switches is to be active, you
should select the first of the two zones to which the detector is assigned (see description of
the CONFIGURATION function). You can select the reed switch by using the S and X keys.
Press the [#] key to confirm your selection. In order to configure the operating parameters of
the vibration detector, select the second zone of the two to which the detector is assigned.
The W and X keys enable movement between the parameters being programmed. You
can change this parameter by using the S and T keys. Numerical values can also be
entered. Press the [#] key to confirm the new parameters.
In the DLOADX program, in order to determine which of the two reed switches is to be active,
you should click in the "Configuration" column the first of the two fields corresponding to the
detectors and enter the value 0 (the lower reed switch) or 1 (the side reed switch). In order to
configure the operating parameters of the vibration detector, click in the "Configuration"
column and enter 2 digits corresponding to the selected parameters. For example, entering
the value 4-6 means that the sensitivity has been set at 4, and the number of pulses at 6.
5.2.6
ASD-100 detector configuration
The ASD-100 wireless smoke and heat detector takes up 1 zone in the system. The following
items are remotely programmed for the detectors:
• working mode of heat sensor – you can disable the sensor or select the detection class
(A1, A2 or B), in conformity with the EN 54-5 standard.
• buzzer functionality – you can disable the buzzer or select one of the three types of
audible signaling.
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• time of alarm signaling by the buzzer/LED – the following values can be programmed: 1, 3,
6 or 9 minutes.
In LCD keypad the W and X keys make it possible to navigate between the parameters to be
programmed. You can change the selected parameter by using the S and T keys. You can
symbol denotes that the heat sensor or buzzer is
also enter numerical values. The
disabled. To confirm the new parameters, press the [#] key.
In the DLOADX program, you should enter 3 digits corresponding to the selected parameters
in accordance with Table 4. For example, entering the value 0-2-4 means that the heat
sensor is disabled, type 2 audible signaling has been chosen, and duration of the buzzer/LED
signaling will be 9 minutes.
digit
0
1
2
3
1st digit
heat sensor
disabled
A1
A2
B
5.3
Wireless sirens
digit
0
1
2
3
2nd digit
audible signaling
none
sound type 1
sound type 2
sound type 3
Table 4.
digit
1
2
3
4
3rd digit
signaling duration
1 minute
3 minutes
6 minutes
9 minutes
It is not recommended that reversed polarization be programmed for
the alarm security system outputs to which wireless sirens are assigned,
since they will be acting conversely then (i.e. the signaling will be enabled
when the output is inactive, while activation of the output will disable
the signaling).
The wireless sirens send to the control panel information on power related troubles
(low battery, loss of 12 V power supply) and on tampers. The tamper messages are sent
immediately, while the trouble messages – during the polling period. The information is sent
to the zones to which the sirens are assigned. The system zones to which the wireless sirens
are assigned can be programmed as:
• NC, NO or EOL – the zone will only inform about power supply troubles;
• 2EOL/NC or 2EOL/NO – the zone will only inform about power supply troubles and
tampers.
Note: After starting the SERVICE MODE or TEST MODE as well as for 40 seconds after turning
power on, the signaling in the siren is blocked. This enables carrying out installation
operations. Opening the tamper contact will not trigger loud signaling, but
information on the tamper will be sent (when in service mode, the control panel
does not signal tamper alarms). The command to block/unblock signaling in
connection with entering/quitting the test mode or service mode is sent during
the polling period.
5.3.1
ASP-105 siren configuration
The ASP-105 outdoor wireless siren takes up 2 outputs and 2 zones in the system.
Information on low battery is transmitted to the first zone occupied by the siren, and
information on loss of external 12 V DC power – to the second zone. Information on tampers
is transmitted to both zones.
Two parameters are to be configured for the siren: the type of the audible signaling (there are
4 types available) and its duration (1, 3, 6 or 9 minutes). The visual signaling is enabled
throughout the cut-off time of control panel output.
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In the LCD keypad, the W and X keys enable navigation between the programmable
parameters. You can change the chosen parameter by using the S and T keys. You can
also enter numerical values. To confirm the new parameters, press the [#] key.
In the DLOADX program, enter a two-digit sequence as shown in Table 5.
digit
1
2
3
4
5.3.2
1st digit
audible signaling
digit
sound type 1
1
sound type 2
2
sound type 3
3
sound type 1
4
Table 5.
2nd digit
signaling duration
1 minute
3 minutes
6 minutes
9 minutes
ASP-205 siren configuration
The ASP-205 external wireless siren takes up 2 outputs and 2 zones in the system.
Information on low battery and tampers is transmitted to both zones.
Note: A command to trigger the signaling is only send to the siren during the response time.
Hence the cutoff time of the control panel outputs which control the ASP-205 wireless
indoor siren must be longer than the response time. It is recommended that this time
correspond to the signaling duration, as programmed in the siren.
The siren makes it possible to configure two different, independently triggered ways
of signaling. For each way of signaling you can:
• define duration of signaling;
• select one of the three audible signals or disable the acoustic signaling;
• enable/disable the optical signaling.
Such a flexible solution allows the installer to determine whether there should be
independently triggered optical and acoustic signaling in the siren, or various alarms
(e.g. burglary and fire) should be signaled in a different way.
In LCD keypad, having started the CONFIGURATION function, you should configure both zones
to which the siren is assigned, i.e. the two signaling methods. After selection of the zone, the
W and X keys enable movement between the parameters being programmed. The type
of sound is programmed in the top line of the display. You can change this parameter by
using the S and T keys. Also a numerical value can be entered:
0 – sound signaling disabled (this state is indicated on the display by the symbol);
1 – sound type 1;
2 – sound type 2;
3 – sound type 3.
In the lower left-hand part of the display, you can program duration of the signaling.
This parameter can be changed by using the S and T keys. You can also enter a numerical
value: 1, 3, 6 or 9 minutes.
In the bottom right-hand part of the display, you can determine whether the optical
signaling is to be enabled or disabled. In order to enable/disable the optical signaling,
press any numeric key in the keypad. The enabled state of optical signaling is indicated by
symbol , the disabled state – by symbol .
In the DLOADX program, configuration of signaling parameters consists in entering 3 digits, as
shown in Table 6. For example, entering the 4-3-1 value means that the signaling duration
will be 9 minutes, sound type 3 has been selected and the optical signaling has been
enabled.
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1st digit
signaling duration
1 minute
3 minutes
6 minutes
9 minutes
2nd digit
3rd digit
digit
digit
acoustic signaling
digit
optical signaling
1
0
none
0
disabled
2
1
sound type 1
1
enabled
3
2
sound type 2
4
3
sound type 3
Table 6.
Violation of the siren tamper contact will generate tamper alarm, which will last 3 minutes
(sound type 1 and optical signaling).
5.4
230 V AC wireless controllers
The ASW-100 E or ASW-100 F 230V AC wireless controller takes up 1 output and 1 zone in
the system. One of the three operating modes should be selected for the controller (shown in
square brackets is description of the mode in LCD keypad):
− mode 0 [button: inactive] – the electric circuit is only remotely controlled;
− mode 1 [button: interim control] – the electric circuit can be controlled remotely or
manually;
− mode 2 [button: combined control] – the electric circuit can be controlled remotely or
manually, but remote control can be manually overridden.
To select the operating mode in the LCD keypad, use the S and T keys. Confirm the
selected mode by pressing the [#] key. In the DLOADX program enter 0 for mode 0, 1 for
mode 1 or 2 for mode 2. The new settings are sent to the controller during the response time
(see: RESPONSE PERIOD).
Activation of the output to which the controller is assigned will result in energizing the 230 V
electric circuit (in case of programming reversed polarization of the output, the circuit will be
deenergized).
Depending on the operating mode, information on the button status (mode 0) or on
the electric circuit (mode 1 and mode 2) is supplied to the control panel zone to which
the controller is assigned). Information on the button status is sent in real time. Information on
the electric circuit status is sent during response time Pressing the button/making the electric
circuit will activate the zone to which the controller is assigned.
For the ASW-100 E or ASW-100 F controller, carefully select the FILTER value, i.e.
the number of response periods with no response, after which loss of communication with the
ASW-100 controller will be reported. The 230 V sockets are installed at low position, hence
the ASW-100 controllers mounted in them are exposed to the risk of being covered by
personnel moving around the premises.
6. System structure
6.1
Objects
Depending on its size, the INTEGRA control panel makes it possible to create 1, 4 or 8
objects. The objects are created in the service mode by using the EDIT OBJECT function or
the DLOADX program. They are recognized as separate alarm systems. It is possible to
configure the control panel so that individual objects have their own separate controls
(LCD keypads, partition keypads, code locks) and signaling units, or, alternatively, they share
the equipment (LCD keypads and signaling units).
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In the case of common LCD keypads, the controlled partition is recognized by the code of the
user who gives the command (i.e. the LCD keypad is not "assigned" to the object or
partition).
Fig. 5. System division into objects and partitions.
Events from particular objects are sent to the monitoring station with individual identifiers.
After selecting the Contact ID format, the control panel sorts the events automatically.
For other formats, the events are assigned to identifiers by the installer, according to
the assignment of system components (zones, partition, users) to individual objects.
6.2
Partitions
The partition is a group of zones to supervise a selected part of the object, which are armed
or disarmed at the same time. The partition can only belong to one object. Division of the
object into partitions improves security of the object (some object partitions may be armed
while the others are still accessible to the users), and permits to restrict the users' access to
some parts of the facility. For example, in the facility shown in Figure 5, the workers of
Commercial Department (partition 3) will not be able to enter the book-keeping offices
(partition 2), unless they are granted authorization to arm/disarm the “Book-keeping" partition.
A partition can be created in the service mode with the use of the EDIT OBJECT function, by
assigning it to the selected object. When creating a partition, it can be given a name (up to
16 characters). Also, the partition type should be defined (by default: ARMED WITH CODE).
The function also removes partitions from the given object.
The INTEGRA control panel makes it possible to create the following types of partitions:
Armed with code – the basic type of partition. Arming and disarming is performed by
the user.
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Fig. 6. Partition settings.
With temporary blocking – it is a version of the previous type of partition. The difference is
that at the time of arming the control panel asks to indicate the blockage time period.
Disarming of this partition is only possible after expiry of the blockage time. To disarm
the partition before the blockage time is up you have to use a code with ACCESS TO
TEMPORARY BLOCKED PARTITIONS authority, or another code, if an alarm occurred in that
partition.
Follow type "AND" – the partition controlled by status
of other partitions. This partition is not armed directly by
the user, but automatically – when all partitions
indicated to the control panel become armed. The list of
partitions is defined by the service when creating
the dependent partition. The arming time is recorded in
the event log, with indication of the user who armed
the last partition from the list. When any partition from
the list is disarmed, the dependent partition will be
disarmed as well. Figure 7 shows the selection field of
Fig. 7. Definition of FOLLOW
partitions that control partition 3 (partitions 1 and 2 are
TYPE "AND" partition.
selected, other colors of background for partitions 3 and
4 show that partitions 3 and 4 cannot be selected for controlling the dependent partition).
For FOLLOW TYPE "AND" partition no exit delay is defined – the moment of switching over
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from “exit delay" to “armed" mode is set by the last partition from the control list entering
the armed status. The dependent partitions cannot be controlled by timers.
Note: FOLLOW TYPE "AND" partitions are normally used for protection of common corridors.
Follow type “OR" – the partition becomes armed when any partition from the list of control
partitions becomes armed. The partition is disarmed at the moment when the last partition
from the list is disarmed. The exit delay time is the same as for the controlling partition
which causes arming of the FOLLOW TYPE “OR" partition.
Access according to timer – the partition is controlled by the user, but partition arming
and disarming is only possible within time periods determined by operation of selected
timers. Depending on the control panel size, an option with 16 or 32 timers is provided.
Beyond those time periods neither arming, nor disarming of the partition is possible.
For example, if the timer shown in Figure 8 is selected to control access to the “Secretary
office" partition, the partition arming/disarming will be possible according to schedule – on
Monday between 16:30 and 16:45, on Friday between 18:00 and 18:15 and so on, except
for the time periods given in the timer exception table.
Note: The ACCESS TO TEMPORARY BLOCKED PARTITIONS authority allows the user to freely
control the partition armed mode, irrespective of the timer status.
Fig. 8. Timing for CONTROLLED BY TIMER partition.
Controlled by timer – the partition, which is armed in time
periods determined by selected timers, and may also be
controlled by the user code. When creating the
CONTROLLED BY TIMER partition, you should specify the
list of timers which set the periods when the partition is
armed. Depending on the control panel size, an option
with 16 or 32 timers is provided. The control panel
analyzes the status of timers selected, and, if any timer
status changes to “ON", the control panel arms the
partition. Countdown of the exit delay time takes place
Fig. 9. Selection of
before entering the full armed status. Disarming occurs
partition controlling timers.
when all the selected timers are “OFF". When defining
the timer, specify the type of armed mode to be activated by the timer: 0 – fully armed,
1 - fully armed+bypasses, 2 – armed without interior, 3 – armed without interior and
without entry delay. By default, the control panel assumes that each new timer will activate
the full armed status (type 1).
Note: When the partition is armed by the timer, the „Auto-arm” event is logged. When
the partition is disarmed by the timer, the „Auto-disarm” event is logged. The event
details include the number of timer which armed / disarmed the partition.
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The following options and time settings can be programmed for the partition:
Arm by two codes – arming after two different codes authorized to control the partition are
entered in succession.
Disarm by two codes – disarming after two different codes authorized to control the partition
are entered in succession.
Codes on two keypads – enabling this option will prevent codes to be entered from the
same keypad (which applies to arming/disarming by means of two codes).
Timer priority – with this option selected, the timer will always perform arming and disarming
according to the preset times. With this option deselected, the disarming will only follow if
the arming is performed by timer – if the user sets armed mode with a code, the timer will
not disarm the partition.
EXAMPLE: If the partition is armed/disarmed by timer every day, and the user is leaving
and wants the armed mode to be on for a longer period of time – he will arm the partition
himself. With the "timer priority" option disabled, the timer will not disarm the partition at
the preset time and the user will not have to remember blocking the timer. When the user
comes back and disarms the partition by using the code, the automatic control of the
partition is restored according to the timer settings.
Partition user timer – the partitions (except for the dependent ones) may be controlled by
a separate timer, whose mode of operation is to be programmed by means of the function
available in the user menu (ÆCHANGE OPTIONS ÆPARTITION TIMERS). In the DLOADX
program, the PARTITION USER TIMER is only available when communication with the control
panel is in progress. The timer controls the control panel in much the same way as the
other timers. When programming the timer, define the type of armed mode to be activated
by the timer: 0 – fully armed, 1 – fully armed+bypasses, 2 – armed without interior,
3 - armed without interior and without entry delay. By default, the control panel assumes
that each new timer will activate the full armed status (type 1).
Note: In case of the PARTITION USER TIMER, 0 is indicated as the timer number in the details of
„Auto-arm” / „Auto-disarm” event which is logged after the partition is armed / disarmed
by the timer.
Partition exit delay – countdown of the partition arming delay as from the moment of
entering the code or activating the timer to the actual arming of the partition. Delay up to
255 seconds can be programmed. The exit delay time can be reduced in the following
cases:
– violation of zones type: 85. ZONES/OUTPUTS – CONDITIONAL, 86. ZONES/OUTPUTS – FINAL
or 89. FINISHING EXIT DELAY in the partition;
– entering the [9][#] sequence in the LCD/partition keypad (see the EXIT DELAY CLEARING
option).
Infinite exit delay [Infin.ex.time] – if this option is enabled, the partition will be armed after
entering the code and then violating the zone type: 85. ENTRY/EXIT – CONDITIONAL,
86. ZONES/OUTPUTS – FINAL or 89. FINISHING EXIT DELAY. If this type of zone has not been
not violated, or the exit delay time has not been reduced (see the EXIT DELAY CLEARING
OPTION), the partition will not be armed.
Arming control time – if the INFINITE EXIT DELAY option is enabled instead of PARTITION EXIT
DELAY, you will program the time before expiry of which the partition should be armed.
If the partition is not armed, the "Arming failed" event will be saved into the control panel
memory.
Exit delay clearing – if this option is enabled for a partition, you can reduce the exit time
countdown by entering [9][#] from the keypad/partition keypad. The partition will be armed
immediately. The exit time clearing is only available from the same keypad/partition
keypad, from which the partition was armed. See also LCD keypad option: EXIT DELAY
CLEARING ENABLE.
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Auto-arming delay – the time by which the timer will delay the automatic arming of
a partition. Countdown of this time may be indicated on the partition keypads, LCD
keypads and on the control panel outputs. Entering a value bigger than zero will enable
an additional menu, which makes it possible to delay auto-arming (by entering a deferment
time). During the auto-arming countdown it is possible to block the auto-arming function
(until the next auto-arming time) by entering zeros alone in the DEFER AUTO-ARM user
function. The delay countdown completed, the control panel begins the countdown of the
"partition exit time" (provided that it has been set).
Alarm verification time – if the partition contains zones with selected prealarm option, then
alarm on violation of such a zone will only be triggered if during the alarm verification time
another zone with enabled prealarm option is violated.
Audible alarm after verification – with this option enabled there will be no audible signaling
of unverified alarm (prealarm), i.e. violation of the zone with PREALARM option "on".
The unverified alarm (prealarm) can be signaled on output type 9. DAY ALARM, 12. SILENT
ALARM or 116. INTERNAL SIREN. The audible signaling will only be triggered after alarm
verification (violation of another zone with enabled PREALARM option during alarm
verification).
Guard round (on armed) every – setting the maximum period of time that can elapse since
the last guard round when the partition is armed. If the time is exceeded, the control panel
will record the "no guard round" event. Programming the value "0" will disable the guard
round control.
Guard round (on disarmed) every – setting the maximum period of time that can elapse
since the last guard round when the partition is disarmed. If the time is exceeded,
the control panel will record the "no guard round" event. Programming the value "0" will
disable the guard round control.
Blocked for guard round – When the partition round requires violation of detectors and the
guard is not authorized to switch the detectors off, it is possible to set the partition blocking
time period, which starts when the guard enters his code (read in the card/chip) to make
a round. The partition can also be bypassed by entering the TEMPORARY PARTITION
BYPASSING type of code. The bypass time value is to be specified individually for particular
codes.
Cash machine block delay
Cash machine block time
These times are to be programmed if the system supervises the cash machines
(dispensers) by means of the 24H CASH MACHINE zones. Just one cash machine may be
assigned to each partition. Access to the cash machine is possible after entering the
ACCESS TO CASH DISPENSER type of code. Entering the code from a keypad will start the
“time to approach" the cash machine (24H CASH MACHINE zone is still armed), followed by
countdown of the bypass time (during the countdown the 24H CASH MACHINE zone is
bypassed).
6.3
Zones
A zone can only be assigned to one partition. The system can support the following zones:
• hardwired – on the control panel electronics board, in keypads and expanders.
The number of available hardwired zones is determined by the control panel during
identification procedure.
Note: If the numbers of LCD keypad and expander zones coincide, and the zone use option
is enabled in the keypad, the expander zones will not be supported.
• wireless – the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel, as well as the control panels to which
the ACU-100 controller is connected. The number of available wireless zones depends on
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the number of wireless devices registered in the system and is determined during
the procedure of adding wireless devices.
• virtual – zones which physically do not exist, but have been programmed as FOLLOW
OUTPUT or are controlled by means of a key fob.
6.3.1
Numeration of zones in the system
Hardwired and wireless zones are given their numbers automatically:
• the numbers of hardwired zones on the control panel electronics board always come first
(1-4 for INTEGRA 24 control panel; 1-8 for INTEGRA 32 and INTEGRA 128-WRL control
panels; 1-16 for INTEGRA 64 and INTEGRA 128 control panels).
• the numbers of keypad zones are determined during the keypad identification procedure,
based on the keypad address and depend on the control panel size (see the installer
manual).
• the numbers of zones in expanders and ACU-100 controller are determined during
the expander identification procedure. The numeration depends on:
– control panel size,
– address set in the expander (the expander zones with a lower address will receive
lower numbers than the expander zones with a higher address),
– number of the bus to which the expander is connected (if the device is connected to the
second bus, its address in the system will be determined by adding the number 32 to
the address set in it),
– numbers assigned to the wireless zones supported by the control panel mainboard
only INTEGRA 128-WRL.
Note: The control panel reserves 8 zones in the system for each identified expander.
Exceptions are the CA-64 ADR expander and the ACU-100 controller, for which up to
48 zones can be reserved. In case of the CA-64 ADR expander, the number
of reserved zones depends on the number of detectors with installed CA-64 ADR MOD
module which are connected to it. In case of the ACU-100 controller, the number of
reserved zones depends on the number of registered wireless devices. In both cases,
the number of reserved zones is a multiple of 8.
• numbers of the wireless zones supported by the mainboard of INTEGRA 128-WRL control
panel are set during the procedure of adding wireless devices. Free and available
numbers are assigned.
Note: Numeration of wireless devices supported by the mainboard of INTEGRA 128-WRL
control panel need not be continuous. For example, if the system includes 8 wireless
zones with numbers 17-24, to which wireless devices are assigned, and the zones
25-32 are already reserved for the expander, then adding a new wireless device will
result in reservation of next 8 zones with numbers 33-40 for wireless devices.
Numbering of the expander zones will remain unchanged.
The DLOADX program enables changing the numeration of zones in the system (window
STRUCTURE, tab HARDWARE, button ADVANCED for the chosen expander). The changes in
numeration will only be valid until the expander identification function is launched again.
6.3.2 Parameters
Zone name – up to 16 characters
Assigned to partition
Panel reaction type (see: Zone types)
Alarm delay/Entry delay/Signaling delay/Surveillance time/Bypass time (parameter
name depends on the control panel reaction type)
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Keypad number – refers to type 58 zones: TECHNICAL – DOOR BUTTON.
Arming mode – the following armed modes are to be selected for type 80 and 82 zones:
0 – full armed mode;
1 – fully armed and, additionally, the zones for which the BYPASSED IF NO EXIT OPTION IS
ENABLED, will be bypassed;
2 – INTERIOR DELAYED zones (type 3 zones) will be bypassed, EXTERIOR (type 8 zones) will
trigger silent alarm, and the other ones – audible alarm;
3 – same as 2, but the DELAYED zones type 0, 1 and 2 will act as instant ones.
Group – for zone types 80, 81 and 83 it is possible to indicate one of 16 partition groups
which will be controlled by means of the zone. These types of zones can also only control
the partition they belong to (select 0 in the DLOADX program).
Detector configuration – configuration of the connected detector (NO, NC, EOL etc.).
The INTEGRA control panel enables lines terminated with any detectors to be connected
to the zones in the following configurations:
NC (detector with normally closed output),
NO (detector with normally open output),
EOL (detector in configuration with end of line resistor),
2EOL/NO (NO type detector in configuration with double end of line resistor),
2EOL/NC (NC type detector in configuration with double end of line resistor),
roller (zone dedicated to connecting the roller shutter motion detector (rope detector)
- the line type available for the zones on the electronics board of INTEGRA 128-WRL
control panel, in CA-64 E expander with electronics version 2.1 or later and program
version 2.0 or later, and in CA-64 EPS expander with electronics version 2.0 or later
and program version 2.0 or later),
vibration (NC type zone dedicated to connecting the vibration detector – the line type
available on the electronics board of INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel, for the zones in
CA-64 E expander with electronics version 2.1 or later and program version 2.0 or later,
and in CA-64 EPS expander with electronics version 2.0 or later and program version
2.0 or later),
follow output (activating the selected output is equivalent to zone violation).
Notes:
• In case of the zones on INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel mainboard and in CA-64 E
and CA-64 EPS expanders (this refers to the modules manufactured since 2007, identified
by the control panel as CA-64 Ei and CA-64 EPSi), the value of resistors used in EOL and
2EOL configurations is programmable. For the EOL configuration, the resistor value can
be defined within the 500 Ω to 15 kΩ range (for the 2EOL configuration, a single resistor
value is equal to half the defined value).
• In case of the VIBRATION configuration zone, opening of the circuit for 200 ms – irrespective
of the programmed number of pulses and sensitivity (see below) – will be interpreted as
violation. This solution enables magnetic detector to be connected in series with vibration
detector.
• Physical violations and tampers, as well as key fob control, have no effect on status of
the zone programmed as FOLLOW OUTPUT.
Zone sensitivity – the necessary duration of the actual zone violation until it is recorded by
the control panel (typically approx. 0.5 sec., e.g. for the PANIC button a shorter time is
recommended).
Pulses count – the number of pulses after which the zone will be violated. The parameter
refers to the ROLLER and VIBRATION configurations. For the VIBRATION configuration, it is
possible to program values from 0 to 7 (pulses with 0 value will not be counted – only the
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SENSITIVITY [MS] parameter will be included). For the ROLLER configuration, it is possible to
program values from 1 to 8.
Pulses duration – parameter programmed for the ROLLER configuration. It defines within
what time after the pulse occurrence next pulses should follow (in the number defined as
the PULSES COUNT), so that the zone is violated. You can program the following values:
30 ms, 120 ms, 240 ms and 0. If no further pulses occur within the defined time period, the
pulse counter will be reset. The pulse counter is automatically reset during arming /
disarming. Programming the 0 value means that the counter will only be reset during
arming / disarming.
Sensitivity [ms] – parameter programmed for the VIBRATION configuration. Occurrence
of a pulse the duration of which is equal to or higher than the time defined will result in
violation of the zone. You can program values from the 3 ms to 96 ms range (every 3 ms).
Note: In the DLOADX program, all the required parameters for zones in ROLLER
and VIBRATION configurations are programmed in the SENSITIVITY field.
Output – the number of the output whose activation will result in zone violation. The selected
output does not have to be physically connected to the zone. Both the zone and the output
can be virtual ones. In case of the physically existing zones, all physical violations and
tampers are disregarded. The parameter is available for the FOLLOW OUTPUT type of line.
Max. violation time/Max. door opening time – exceeding the maximum time of
violation/door opening is recognized by the control panel as a detector failure (e.g.
damaging or masking the detector)/door. The "0" value will deactivate the time control. The
time can be programmed in seconds or minutes.
Max. no violation time – exceeding the maximum time of no violation is recognized by the
control panel as a detector failure (e.g. damaging or masking the detector). The "0" value
will deactivate the time control. The time can be programmed in seconds or minutes.
Comment – this field is intended for entering important information regarding the particular
zone. Length of the comment is limited to 256 characters.
Fig. 10. Details of zone settings.
6.3.3 Options
Power up delay – the zone will be bypassed for 120 sec. after power is switched on (which
prevents triggering alarms e.g. when starting the alarm control panel).
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Priority – this option makes arming impossible, if the zone with activated option is violated
(e.g. in case when windows have been left open, etc.).
Note: Prior to arming it is possible to preview the names of violated zones for which
the PRIORITY option has not been activated. To do so, select VIOLATED/BYPASSED ZONES
PREVIEW WHEN ARMING (ÆTS ÆOPTIONS ÆVARIOUS OPTIONS ÆZONES BEF. ARM).
Violation control – option for zone type 82: ARM/DISARM. If this option is enabled, violation of
the zone will arm/disarm the partition (depending on the current status of the partition).
If the option is disabled, violation of the zone will arm, and end of violation will disarm
the partition.
CHIME in module – zone violation can be signaled in partition keypads, code locks and
expanders of proximity card/DALLAS chip readers assigned to the same partition as
the zone (the option CHIME must be enabled in the expander).
No alarm sign. In keypad – option for zone type 13: PANIC-SILENT. If the option is enabled,
silent panic alarm from this zone will not be signaled on keypads. Clearing this alarm by
means of keypad will not be possible.
Video On Disarmed – violation of the zone will activate the VIDEO ON DISARMED type output
(intended for starting cameras and video recorders).
Video On Armed – violation of the zone will activate the VIDEO ON ARMED type output
(intended for starting cameras and video recorders).
Bypass disabled – the zone cannot be bypassed by the "zone bypass" user function.
Bypassed if no exit – the zone will be automatically bypassed, if during the exit delay
countdown no exit from the partition has been recorded (the exit zone has not been
violated). The zone will also be bypassed if the "full + bypasses" armed mode is active
(in such a case, recording an exit from the partition is of no significance).
Alarm if armed – option available to type 64–79 zones, when the NO BYPASS IN ARMED option
is selected. Violation of the zone when the partition it belongs to is armed will trigger
an alarm (provided that the control panel has recorded the partition exit after arming).
Auto-reset 3 – the zone can trigger up to 3 alarms. As long as the alarm is not cleared
or the partition is not armed/disarmed, violations of the zone will not trigger any alarm.
Auto-reset 1 – the zone can trigger only 1 alarm. As long as the alarm is not cleared
or the partition is not armed/disarmed, violations of the zone will not trigger any alarm.
Clearing Autoreset – alarm counters for the zones for which the AUTO-RESET 3 or
AUTO-RESET 1 option is enabled can be automatically reset at midnight (violations of these
zones will be able to trigger alarms again).
Prealarm – zone with alarm verification.
With verification – an option for zones type 0–2 and 85–86. If enabled, the zone is included
in alarm verification.
Bell delay – an option for zones type 5 and 6. It changes the way of reaction to a zone
violation when armed. If the option is disabled, the alarm from zone will be delayed by
a programmed time period (ALARM DELAY). If the option is enabled, the zone will alarm
immediately (event, monitoring and telephone messaging), but the loud signaling will be
delayed by a programmed time period (SIGNALING DELAY).
Clear alarm – option available to zones type 81 and 82. Violation of the zone will clear alarm
in the partition, if it is currently indicated.
Abort delay – with this option disabled, an "alarm” event will be registered after violation
of the zone starting the entry delay time (without alarm signaling, but with monitoring and
messaging as for the alarm). If the option is enabled, a "zone violation" event will be
logged (without messaging, and with monitoring in 4/2 or 3/2 format only, provided that
the code for "zone violation" event has been entered).
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Partition temporary blocking – option for the zone type 84. Violation of the zone will block
the partition for the time of guard round.
Restore after bell – the zone violation end code will be reported to the monitoring station not
immediately but only after alarming is over.
Restore after disarm – the zone violation end code will be reported to the monitoring station
not immediately but only after the alarm is cleared and the zone is disarmed.
Alarm on Exit delay end – the zone will trigger alarm if at the moment of ending the exit
delay countdown it is in the state of violation (with this option disabled the alarm is
triggered only if the zone state changes from normal to violation – when armed).
Write violations to event log – option for the zones type 47: NO ALARM ACTION – each zone
violation will be recorded in the event log.
Store event only if armed – option for the zone type 47: NO ALARM ACTION. It is available, if
the W RITE VIOLATIONS TO EVENT LOG option is enabled. Violations of the zone will be written
into the event log, provided that the partition to which the zone is assigned, is armed.
No bypass if armed – option for the type 64–79 zones. Violation of the zone when
the partition it belongs to is in armed mode will block no group of zones (provided that
during the exit delay countdown an exit from the partition is recorded).
Abort voice messaging – option for the zones type 81–83. Violation of the zone will cancel
the messaging, if it is currently ongoing.
Alarm on unbypass – the zone will trigger an alarm if it is violated after unbypassing, and
the partition is armed.
Always loud tamper alarm – if this option is on, tamper alarm is always loud (if option is off
– tamper alarm is loud only when armed).
Reporting delay – an option for the reaction types 4–7 and 64–79. During the entry delay
time the information on alarm will not be sent to the monitoring station instantly, but
delayed by maximum 30 seconds. The delay also refers to the burglary alarm signaling
(during the entry delay time, the alarm is signaled on outputs type 9. DAY ALARM,
12. SILENT ALARM and 116. INTERNAL SIREN). The event will be sent earlier (the burglary
alarm signaling output will activate) if the entry delay expires or another instant zone is
violated. In case of disarming within 30 seconds, the event will not be sent. This option is
required for conformance to the 50131-3 standard.
Blocks verification – an option for delayed zones type 0–2 and 85–86. Violation of the zone
will block verification of alarms in the partition (similarly as violation of the zone type 90).
Check arm possibility – an option for the arming zones (type 80 and 82). Violation of the
zone will not activate the armed mode, if a zone with enabled PRIORITY option is violated in
the partition, or other circumstance have occurred which prevent arming (depending on the
selected options, tamper, trouble, etc.).
Restore disarms – an option for the exit time shortening zone (type 89). The end of violation
disarms the partition. This option overrides the option RESTORE DISABLES VERIFICATION.
Restore disables verification – an option for the exit time shortening zone (type 89).
The end of zone violation will disable verification of alarms in the partition (similarly as
violation of the zone type 90).
6.3.4 Zone type
0. ENTRY/EXIT – delayed zone combining two functions:
entry – violation of the zone starts entry delay counting in the partition and turns on
delay for the interior delayed zones; the entry time may be signaled on keypads;
exit – the zone status is monitored during partition exit delay. Violation of the zone
means exit from the partition.
1. ENTRY – see the ENTRY/EXIT zone.
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2. DELAYED WITH DELAY SIGNALING – a delayed-action zone with optional signaling of delay
countdown in keypads.
3. INTERIOR DELAYED – conditionally delayed zone: delay is only activated when the ENTRY or
ENTRY/EXIT zone has been violated first, or the user has entered the access code / read
in the card on the entry keypad (INT-ENT – see the INT-SCR-BL multifunctional keypad
manual).
4. PERIMETER – instantly armed zone, allowing no exit delay (total or partition).
5. INSTANT – instant zone, without additional functions.
6. EXIT – see the ENTRY/EXIT zone.
7. DAY/NIGHT – if disarmed, the zone will signal violation acoustically in keypads and on
the 9. DAY ALARM, 12. SILENT ALARM and 116. INTERNAL SIREN type outputs (signaling for
a time period preset for the given output); when armed, the zone acts as the INSTANT
zone.
8. EXTERIOR – a zone with alarm verification: violation of the zone will start counting
the observation time (programmed as the zone entry delay) – if a second violation takes
place during this time, an alarm will be triggered. The first violation may be signaled at
the 9. DAY ALARM, 12. SILENT ALARM and 116. INTERNAL SIREN type outputs. If the
observation time is not programmed, the alarm will be generated upon the first violation.
9. 24H TAMPER – permanently armed zone, intended for the tamper circuits. Violation
of the zone is additionally signaled as a trouble.
10. 24H VIBRATION – 24 h zone intended for working with vibration detectors: during arming
(from LCD keypad), an automatic test of these detectors is performed – prior to starting
the "exit delay" countdown, the VIBRATION DETECTORS TEST type output is activated and
countdown begins of testing time, during which all vibration type zones in the given
partition should be violated.
11. 24H CASH MACHINE – zone intended for protection of a cash machine (see: PARTITIONS).
12. PANIC-AUDIBLE – permanently armed zone, intended for operating the panic buttons.
13. PANIC-SILENT – permanently armed zone; its violation starts reporting to the monitoring
station and activates the SILENT ALARM type outputs without activating the audible alarm
signaling (it also refers to audible signaling in the keypad).
14. MEDICAL – BUTTON
15. MEDICAL – REMOTE CONTROL – violation of the medical zones will trigger an alarm signaled
in keypads and on the SILENT ALARM type outputs. The zone names and the codes
of events from those zones are compatible with the Contact ID monitoring standard.
16–31 COUNTING L1–16 – the counting zones will signal an alarm when the number
of violations counted during a specified time period exceeds the set value. The control
panel offers the possibility to program 16 different counters, which define how the
counting zones will operate. Several zones can be assigned to each counter, thus
creating a group of counting zones. Violations of the counting zones in armed mode can
be signaled at the 9. DAY ALARM, 12. SILENT ALARM and 116. INTERNAL SIREN type
outputs.
The following information should be specified for each group of counting zones
(counters) (ÆSERVICE MODE ÆZONES ÆCOUNTERS ÆCOUNTER n [n = counter number]):
• Max. value - number of zone violations which, if exceeded, will trigger the alarm,
• Counting time – the time in which violations are counted,
• Counter type
- normal
– all violations of counter group zones are counted
- omits recurs – consecutive violations of the same zone are not counted (alarm
will be triggered if the number of violations from different zones
exceeds the maximum value).
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Note: If the counter skips repeats, the programmed maximum counter value must be lower
than the number of zones in counter group.
32. 24H FIRE
33. 24H FIRE – SMOKE
34. 24H FIRE – COMBUSTION
35. 24H FIRE – WATER FLOW (FIRE)
36. 24H FIRE – HEAT
37. 24H FIRE – BUTTON
38. 24H FIRE – DUCT
39. 24H FIRE – FLAME
All the fire zones (type 32–39) trigger alarms signaled on the FIRE ALARM type outputs. They
differ in the alarm code being sent to the monitoring station in the Contact ID format.
The names of these zones are compatible with the names of event codes in the CID format.
The fire outputs (except for the 24H FIRE – BUTTON) can work with alarm verification.
40. 24H FIRE SUPERVISORY
41. 24H LOW WATER PRESSURE
42. 24H LOW CO2
43. 24H WATER GATE DETECTOR
44. 24H LOW WATER LEVEL
45. 24H PUMP ACTIVATED
46 24H PUMP FAILURE
47. NO ALARM ACTION – zone intended for activating the outputs (e.g. ZONE VIOLATION, READY
STATUS etc.). If the WRITE VIOLATIONS TO EVENT LOG option is activated for this zone,
every violation will be recorded in the event log.
48. 24H AUXILIARY – PROTECTION LOOP
49. 24H AUXILIARY – GAS DETECTOR
50. 24H AUXILIARY – REFRIGERATION
51. 24H AUXILIARY – LOSS OF HEAT
52. 24H AUXILIARY – WATER LEAKAGE
53. 24H AUXILIARY – FOIL BREAK
54. 24H AUXILIARY – LOW BOTTLED GAS LEVEL
55. 24H AUXILIARY – HIGH TEMPERATURE
56. 24H AUXILIARY – LOW TEMPERATURE
The zone types from 40 to 56 (auxiliary) signal alarms on the TECHNICAL ALARM type outputs.
The names of zones and the codes of events from those zones are compatible with
the Contact ID monitoring standard.
57. TECHNICAL – DOOR OPEN – zone intended for supervising the status of the door defined as
Dependent door in the access control module (which controls the electromagnetic door
lock).
58. TECHNICAL – DOOR BUTTON – violation of the zone will result in opening the door controlled
by means of partition keypad, code lock, expander of proximity card readers
or expander of DALLAS chip readers.
59. TECHNICAL – AC LOSS – intended for control of devices working together with the alarm
control panel e.g. additional power supply units. Violation of this zone will trigger
the trouble alarm in the control panel.
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60. TECHNICAL – BATTERY LOW – intended for the battery control in additional power supply
units working together with the control panel. Violation of this zone will trigger
the trouble alarm in the control panel.
61. TECHNICAL – GSM LINK TROUBLE – intended for control of the external GSM
communication module. Violation of this zone will trigger the trouble alarm on the control
panel.
62. TECHNICAL – OVERLOAD – intended for control of an additional power supply unit used
together with the control unit. If the power supply unit is overloaded, violation of this
zone will cause the control panel to signal a trouble.
63. RESERVED
64–79 BYPASSING – GROUP: 1–16 – violation of this type of zone can bypass a group
of zones. The bypass operating mode should be defined for a group of zones:
• BYPASS ONLY – the zones belonging to the group will be bypassed for a defined time
(BYPASS TIME). If 0 value is entered, the zones will remain bypassed until
the partitions to which they belong, are disarmed.
• BYPASS ON/OFF – the zones belonging to the group will remain bypassed as long as
the bypassing zone is violated.
80. ARMING – violation of the zone will arm the selected group of partitions or the partition to
which the zone belongs.
81. DISARMING – violation of the zone will disarm the selected group of partitions or
the partition to which the zone belongs, and can also clear the alarm and cancel
the messaging.
82. ARM/DISARM – the zone controls the arming status of the partition it belongs to.
The control mode depends on the CONTROL BY PULSE option.
Disarming may simultaneously clear the alarm and cancel the messaging.
83. CLEARING ALARM – violation of the zone will clear alarm in the selected group of partitions
or the partition to which the zone belongs, and can also cancel messaging.
84. GUARD – violation of the zone is recognized as recording the guard's round in the partition
to which the zone belongs. The partition can be bypassed for the guard round time.
85. ENTRY/EXIT – CONDITIONAL – ENTRY/EXIT zone (as type 0) with an extra feature: the zone
becomes an instant one upon arming, but without leaving the protected area
(i.e. without violating of this zone during exit delay).
86. ENTRY/EXIT – FINAL – as type 0, but after arming and detecting the violation end of this
zone, the control panel ends the exit delay countdown and enters the armed mode.
87. EXIT – FINAL – as type 6, but after arming and detecting the violation end of this zone,
the control panel ends the exit delay countdown and enters the armed mode.
88. 24H BURGLARY – a permanently armed zone, violation of which will trigger the burglary
alarm.
89. FINISHING EXIT DELAY – violation of the zone will reduce the time for leaving the partition.
It is possible to program a shorter exit delay time, which will be counted down from
the moment of zone violation. If this value remains not programmed, the exit time will be
reduced to 4 seconds from the zone violation. There will be no effect if the zone is
violated and the just running exit delay is shorter than that programmed for the zone.
90. DISABLING VERIFICATION – violation of the zone will disable verification of alarms in
the partition. All alarms will be unverified until next arming.
6.3.5
Zone testing
The LCD keypad makes it possible to test individual zones of the security system (ÆSERVICE
MODE ÆZONES ÆTEST). Information on violation or tamper of the zone is displayed and
signaled by beeps in keypad (violation – 5 short beeps; tamper – 1 long beep). Additionally,
the function allows selection of a system output which will be used for signaling during
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the test (violation of the output will activate the output for 0.5 second, tamper – for 2
seconds).
Notes:
• Violation/tamper of the zone during the test will not trigger the response programmed for
the control panel zone.
• The output used for signaling is only remembered until exiting the TEST function. When
the TEST function is re-started, the output must be selected again.
• Select a zone for testing from the list and press the [#] or X key. The output allocated for
signaling will stop doing its present duty (if it was active, it will be disabled) until the zone
test is completed (the [*] key pressed).
• If wireless sirens are used in the system and any output is selected for signaling, after
selecting a zone for testing from the list and pressing the [#] or X key, in the wireless
sirens the signaling will be unblock (which is normally blocked for the service mode
duration).
• If the output selected for signaling controls the wireless siren, it should be borne in mind
that the command to block/unblock signaling is sent out during polling. This results in
a delay whose duration depends on the programmed response period. Also in case of
the ASP-205 siren signaling is only triggered during the polling period.
6.4
Outputs
Fig. 11. Details of output settings.
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The following types of outputs can be used in the system:
• hardwired – on the control panel electronics board and in expanders. The number of
available hardwired outputs is determined by the control panel during identification
procedure. The hardwired outputs are provided with LEDs indicating their current
status.
• wireless – the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel and the panels to which the ACU-100
controller is connected. The number of available hardwired outputs depends on
the number of wireless devices registered in the system and is determined during
the procedure of adding wireless devices.
• virtual – the outputs which do not exist physically, but can be used e.g. for execution of
logical functions.
Numeration of the outputs in the system is determined according to the same rules as
numeration of the zones.
6.4.1 Parameters
Output name – up to 16 characters.
Output type (see the list of output types)
Cut off time – refers to the outputs responding to events (alarm, video control outputs, etc.),
for the status indicating outputs this time is irrelevant.
6.4.2 Options
Polarization – defines the output operating mode; selecting the option means (see Table 7):
high-current output
option enabled
option disabled
(normal polarization)
(reversed polarization)
active status
+12V voltage supply
+12V voltage cut-off
inactive status
+12V voltage cut-off
+12V voltage supply
low-current output
option enabled
option disabled
(normal polarization)
(reversed polarization)
active status
shorted to ground
isolated from ground
inactive status
isolated from ground
shorted to ground
Table 7. Functioning of outputs, depending on the POLARIZATION option
Pulsation – sets whether the output signal is to be continuous or pulsating (0.5/0.5 sec.)
- the option only applies to the timed outputs;
Latch – (refers to the alarm outputs only) with this option active, the output will be signaling
until alarm is cancelled by entering a code.
Comment – this field is intended for entering important information regarding the particular
zone. Length of the comment is limited to 256 characters.
6.4.3 Source of output triggering
Depending on its type, the output can be triggered in various ways. The control panel makes
available lists to select triggering sources suitable for particular types of outputs.
For example, you can program zones, keypads, partitions/partition keypads to control zone
for the alarm outputs; master users (administrators) and users for the CODE ENTERED
SIGNALING/CODE USED SIGNALING outputs; control timers for the TIMER type outputs, etc.
Triggering from zones – selection of the zones, violation of which will activate the output.
Triggering from LCD keypads – selection of the keypads, triggering alarm in which will
activate the output.
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Triggering from partitions/partition keypads – selection of partitions or partition keypads
from which the output can be activated. Depending on the output type, it can be activated
by: arming / disarming the partition, triggering alarm in the partition, or tamper in
the partition keypad, temporary blocking of the partition, etc. (see description of the output
types).
Triggering from control timers – selection of the timers which will activate the output
(additional option enables a group of timers to be selected).
Triggering by administrators – indication of the administrators, in case of which entering
the password/reading the card or chip will activate the output.
Triggering by users – indication of the users, in case of which entering
the password/reading the card or chip will activate the output.
Triggering from control outputs – indication of the outputs, activation of which will activate
the output.
Triggering from expansion modules – indication of the expanders which under specified
circumstances will activate the output.
Triggering by telephone line trouble – selection of the type of failure to be signaled at
the output.
Triggering from reset zones – indication of the zones which will temporary disable
the output (verification of fire alarms).
Triggering by synthesizer – selection of the synthesizer messages which will activate
the output
Triggering by remote switches – selection of the remote switches the activation of which
will trigger the output.
Triggering by wireless zones – selection of the zones (to which wireless devices are
assigned), which under specified circumstances will activate the output.
Triggering by wireless outputs – selection of the outputs (to which wireless devices are
assigned), which under specified circumstances will activate the output.
Triggering by reporting troubles – selection of reporting troubles, the occurrence of which
will activate the output.
Triggering by partitions where burglary zones are tested – selection of partitions in which
starting the test of burglary zones will activate the output.
Triggering by partitions where fire/technical zones are tested – selection of partitions in
which starting the test of fire or technical zones will activate the output.
Triggering when selected armed mode activated – selection of the armed mode,
the activation of which will activate the output.
Triggering by telephone usage type – selects which cases of using the control panel
telephone line (connections initialized by or with the control panel) will activate the output.
6.4.4 Clearance availability
Alarm canceling – the list of partitions makes it possible to determine which event will
disable the alarm output: the output will only be deactivated if the alarm signaling is
cleared in one of selected partitions.
Note: Clearance of the alarm output should be assigned to the partition by which the output
is triggered. If the particular partition is signaling no alarm, clearance of the alarm will
be impossible.
6.4.5
Output disabling
Disabling timers – the output will not be activated within the timer preset time (additional
option enables selection of a group of timers).
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Blocked in partitions – the output will not be activated from the installer indicated partitions,
if the user will block the signaling of zone violations from those partitions (see USER
MANUAL ÆDESCRIPTION OF USER FUNCTIONS ÆCHANGE OPTIONS ÆOUTPUTS CHIME).
6.4.6 Output types
0. NOT USED
1. BURGLARY ALARM – signals all burglary and panic alarms (from zones, keypad/expander
tamper, keypad Panic, etc.).
2. FIRE/BURGLARY ALARM – signals the burglary and panic alarms (continuous sound) and
the fire alarms (intermittent sound).
3. FIRE ALARM – signals the fire alarms (from fire zones and triggered from keypads).
4. KEYPAD ALARM – signals alarms (fire, panic, auxiliary) triggered from keypad.
5. KEYPAD FIRE ALARM – signals the fire alarms triggered from keypad.
6. KEYPAD PANIC ALARM – signals the loud panic alarms triggered from keypad.
7. KEYPAD AUXILIARY ALARM – signals the medical assistance call alarm triggered from
keypad.
8. TAMPER ALARM – signals the tamper alarms.
9. DAY ALARM – the output signals the following:
− alarms from zones type 13. PANIC-SILENT,
− alarms of call for medical help from zones type 14. MEDICAL – BUTTON
and 15. MEDICAL – REMOTE CONTROL,
− alarms from zones type 7. DAY/NIGHT, if the partition to which the zone belongs is
disarmed,
− alarms from zones type 8. EXTERIOR, if the armed mode which assumes that the user
will stay inside the protected facility is enabled in the partition (see: USER MANUAL
ÆSYSTEM ARMED MODE),
− alarms from zones type 4. PERIMETER, if the SIGNALING DELAY has been programmed
for them,
− alarm from zones 5. INSTANT and 6. EXIT, if the SIGNALING DELAY option has been
enabled and the ALARM DELAY has been programmed for them,
− alarms from zones, for which the REPORTING DELAY option has been enabled,
provided they were violated during the ENTRY DELAY countdown,
− unverified alarms (prealarms) from zones with the PREALARM option enabled,
provided the AUDIBLE ALARM AFTER VERIFICATION is enabled for the partition,
− the first violation of the zones type 8. EXTERIOR when they are armed, provided
the SURVEILLANCE TIME has been programmed for the zone,
− violation of the counting zones (type 16–31) when armed.
10. DURESS ALARM – signals that a DURESS type code (or prefix) has been used in
the system.
11. CHIME – signals violation of the selected zones when they are disarmed. The installer can
indicate partitions, the signaling from which can be blocked by the user by means of the
OUTPUTS CHIME function (see USER MANUAL). The function can be automatically blocked
for a specified period of time after violation of the selected zone.
12. SILENT ALARM – the output becomes activated in the same situations as the output type
9. DAY ALARM. Additionally, it can signal silent panic alarms from keypads, partition
keypads and code locks.
13. TECHNICAL ALARM – signals violation of the 24H AUXILIARY zones (zone types 40–56).
14. ZONE VIOLATION – the output activated by violation of selected zones.
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15. VIDEO ON DISARMED – the output activated by violation of selected zones with the VIDEO ON
DISARMED option active (when the zone is disarmed).
16. VIDEO ON ARMED – the output activated by violation of selected zones with the VIDEO ON
ARMED OPTION active (when the zone is armed).
17. READY STATUS – signals "readiness" of selected zones for arming (all zones are free
from violations).
18. BYPASS STATUS – signals that some selected zones have been bypassed.
19. EXIT DELAY WARNING – signals that EXIT DELAY is running in selected partitions.
20. ENTRY DELAY WARNING – signals that ENTRY DELAY is running for selected zones or in
selected partitions.
21. ARM STATUS – the output activated when at least one of the selected partitions is armed.
22. FULL ARM STATUS – the output activated if all of the selected partitions are armed.
23. ARM/DISARM ACKNOWLEDGE – signals arming/disarming of one selected zone (1 signal 0.3
sec. – arming, 2 signals – disarming, 4 signals – alarm canceling/disarming with alarm
canceling).
24. MONO SWITCH – the output is activated for a specified time with a MONO OUTPUT
CONTROL type code. The output should be assigned to specific partitions and/or zones.
It will be activated by a code entered from keypad/partition keypad serving that partition,
or when the selected zone is violated. It can be also controlled by means of a timer.
25. BI SWITCH – the output is activated/deactivated by a BI OUTPUT CONTROL TYPE CODE.
The output should be assigned to specific partitions and/or zones. It will be activated by
a code entered from keypad/partition keypad serving that partition, or when the selected
zone is violated.
Notes:
• In order to make the MONO SWITCH or BI SWITCH type of output available for control from
the LCD keypad, it must be assigned to a selected group of outputs.
• The output status can be presented as per the zone state. This is useful, if the control
panel output is to only pass a control pulse to switch the device on/off, and the information
on the current state of the device is supplied to the control panel zone.
26. TIMER – the output is armed and disarmed by selected timers.
27. TROUBLE STATUS – signals detection of a trouble condition (mains power supply failure,
low battery, defect of zones, expander buses, etc.).
28. AC LOSS – CONTROL PANEL MAINBOARD – signals mains power failure of the control panel
mainboard.
29. AC LOSS (FROM ZONES) – signals violation of the selected TECHNICAL-AC LOSS type zones.
30. AC LOSS (FROM EXPANDERS) – signals mains power failure of the selected expanders with
power supply units (expander selection: from 0 to 31 – bus 1 modules, from 32 to 63
- bus 2 modules) and the mimic boards.
31. BATTERY TROUBLE – CONTROL PANEL MAINBOARD – signals low voltage condition of the
backup battery of the control panel mainboard.
32. BATTERY TROUBLE (FROM ZONES) – signals violation of the selected TECHNICAL-BATTERY
LOW type zones.
33. BATTERY TROUBLE (FROM EXPANDERS) – signals low voltage condition of the backup
battery of the selected expanders (as well as the mimic board).
34. ZONE TROUBLE – signals exceeding the Maximum violation time or the Maximum no
violation time of the selected zones.
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35. TELEPHONE USAGE STATUS – signals the telephone line use in the following cases (you can
select the cases which will activate the output):
1 – reporting to station 1, main telephone number
2 – reporting to station 1, backup telephone number
3 – reporting to station 2, main telephone number
4 – reporting to station 2, backup telephone number
5 – messaging
6 – downloading
7 – telephone answering
36. GROUND START – the output generates a control pulse necessary for work with some
types of telephone exchange.
37. MONITORING ACKNOWLEDGE – the output activated after successful completion
of connection with the monitoring station.
38. SERVICE MODE INDICATOR – signals activation of the service mode on one of the control
panel LCD keypads.
39. VIBRATION DETECTORS TEST – the output intended for testing the vibration detectors in one
selected partition (see: Zone types 10. 24H VIBRATION). The output cut-off time defines
the maximum duration of testing the vibration detectors in the selected partition.
40. CASH MACHINE BYPASS INDICATOR – signals bypassing the 24H CASH MACHINE type zones in
selected partitions.
41. POWER SUPPLY – the output intended for supplying external devices; it is recommended
that the control panel mainboard high-current outputs with electronic protection be used
as power supply outputs.
42. POWER SUPPLY IN ARMED STATE – the power supply output is activated on arming some
selected partitions (when the exit delay starts). It is intended for supplying e.g.
ultrasound or microwave detectors, or infrared barriers, which should not be enabled if
not used by the system.
43. RESETABLE POWER SUPPLY – the power supply output resetable from the user menu in
LCD keypad. The reset (power cut-off) time for the resetable output is programmed as
that output cut-off time.
44. FIRE POWER SUPPLY – the output intended for supplying the fire detectors with automatic
alarm verification. The verification takes place in the following way: after detecting
violation of one of the fire zones assigned to the given output the power supply is cut off
(for a time programmed as the output cut-off time) and, in case next violation occurs
after power supply is switched on again, the fire alarm will be triggered. The output can
be also reset by the use of a suitable user function (as the RESETABLE POWER SUPPLY
type output).
45. PARTITION BLOCKED INDICATOR – signals that the partition armed state is temporarily
blocked. If CUT OFF TIME of this output is different from zero, the output will signal
the ending of partition blocking: output will be activated for programmed period of time
just before partition return to arm state.
46. LOGICAL AND – output is activated when all the outputs selected as the control ones are
active.
47. LOGICAL OR – output is activated when at least one of the outputs selected as the control
ones is active. An output is considered to be activated when it is energized with +12 h
voltage – which allows the output Polarization option to be used as logical negation.
Each control panel of the INTEGRA series supports all outputs, no matter whether they are
physically available (i.e. expansion modules are connected) or not. This makes it possible to
use any number of outputs as the control outputs of the LOGICAL AND or LOGICAL OR type.
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Example of using outputs type 46, 47
Functions are assigned to outputs, which are not physically available:
- output 63 – BURGLARY ALARM (type 1),
- output 64 – ARM/DISARM ACKNOWLEDGE (type 23).
Output 1, to which the siren is connected, is programmed as LOGICAL OR type of output
(type 47), while outputs 63 and 64 are selected to be control outputs.
Output 1 will be triggered if output 63 or 64 is activated.
Then a function should be assigned to the next output which is not physically available:
- output 62 – TIMER (type 26), controlled by a timer set to be daily switched "on" at 16:00
and "off" at 8:00.
Output 2, to which the siren is connected, is programmed as LOGICAL AND type of
output, while outputs 1 and 62 are indicated as control outputs.
As a result, output 2 will signal alarms and confirm arming/disarming of the partition, but
only between the hours 16:00 and 8:00, outside this time period the output being
inactive.
48–63 VOICE MESSAGE 1–16 – the outputs activated by the telephone messaging function: it
enables any external device to be used for playback of notification messages. When
programming telephone notification one should select the message number
(synthesizer) which is to be played back after connection is established. The messaging
function will activate the corresponding output.
64–79 REMOTE SWITCH 1–16 – the output to be controlled via the telephone line by means of
a telephone set and DTMF signals. The control is available to users with an assigned
telephone code. Additionally, the outputs can be controlled by means of the LCD
keypad and the user function OUTPUTS CONTROL (see USER MANUAL).
Notes:
• To make the output available for control from the LCD keypad, it must be assigned to
a selected group of outputs.
• If a cut-off time has been programmed for the REMOTE SWITCH type of output, the output will
operate in the same way as the MONO SWITCH (i.e. it will be active for a programmed
period of time).
• The output status can be presented by the zone state. This is useful, if the control panel
output is to only pass a control pulse to switch the device on/off, and the information on
the current state of the device is supplied to the control panel zone.
80. NO GUARD ROUND – signals the lack of entering the guard code within the specified round
time in selected partitions.
81. LONG AC LOSS – MAINBOARD – signals the mains power supply failure of the control panel
mainboard with delay programmed as MAX. AC LOSS TIME (OPTIONS ÆTIMES).
82. LONG AC LOSS – MODULES – signals the mains power supply failure of the selected
expansion modules (modules with power supply) with delay programmed as MAX.
AC LOSS TIME for each of the modules.
83. OUTPUTS OFF – the output is activated when all the selected outputs have been
deactivated (the signaling is completed).
84. CODE ENTERED SIGNALING – the output is activated on entering the code of a selected user
(and pressing the [*] or [#] key).
85. CODE USED SIGNALING – the output is activated on arming or disarming the system, using
the code of one of selected users.
86. DOOR OPEN INDICATOR – the output is activated on opening the door supervised by
the selected modules of access control.
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87. DOOR OPEN TOO LONG INDICATOR – the output is activated on exceeding the maximum
opening time of the door supervised by the selected modules of access control.
88. BURGLARY ALARM (NO TAMPER OR FIRE ALARMS) – the output only signals the alarms from
armed zones and the PANIC alarms from partition keypads and LCD keypads.
89. EVENTS MEMORY 50% FULL – the output signals that the events memory area has been
filled up to 50% since the last events readout using the DLOADX program. The output
remains active until the event memory readout.
90. EVENTS MEMORY 90% FULL – the output signals that the events memory area has been
filled up to 90% since the last events readout using the DLOADX program.
91. PARTITION AUTO-ARM DELAY COUNT SIGNALING – the output becomes active (for a specified
time) on starting auto-arming delay countdown for the selected partitions.
92. PARTITION AUTO-ARM DELAY COUNT INDICATOR – the output indicates the fact of
auto-arming delay countdown for the selected partitions.
93. UNAUTHORIZED DOOR OPENING – the output becomes active when the doors supervised by
selected access control modules (partition keypads, code locks, transponders) are
opened without access authorization (i.e. without entering the code or reading in
the proximity card).
94. ALARM – UNAUTHORIZED DOOR OPENING – the output works in the same way as the type 93
output but only for the modules with the ALARM WHEN NO AUTHORIZATION option activated.
95. TCP/IP REPORTING TROUBLE – the output signals trouble of reporting effected by means of
TCP/IP network.
96. TELEPHONE LINE TROUBLE – informs about telephone communication troubles. Determine
which of the following troubles are to be signaled:
– no voltage on tel. line
– wrong dial tone
– no dial tone
– Monitoring Station 1 trouble
– Monitoring Station 2 trouble
Note: In case of the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel, the name of the output type 96 is
GSM TROUBLE. The output can inform of the following troubles:
– monitoring station 1 trouble,
– monitoring station 2 trouble,
– GSM trouble.
97. VOICE MESSAGE – this output is similar to outputs 48–63. A message number is to be
assigned to the output.
98. REMOTE SWITCH – this output is similar to outputs 64–79. A switch number is to be
assigned to the output.
99. ACCESS CARD READ – the output signals that the card has been read in by selected users.
100. CARD HOLD – DOWN – the output signals that the card has been held by selected users.
101. CARD READ – EXPANDER – the output signals that the card has been read in indicated
modules/keypads. It can be used to perform the function of access control and door
control from the keypad. To this effect, indicate the keypad in which reading in the card
will activate the output, and the partitions from which the users will be able to open the
doors. In the keypad settings, you should indicate the control panel output as the door
(see Fig. 15). It is necessary to define the door opening function for presenting/holding
the card, and select whether this event is to be logged as an entry or an exit.
102. LINK TROUBLE – WIRELESS ZONE – the output signals lack of communication with wireless
devices assigned to the indicated zones.
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103. LINK TROUBLE – WIRELESS OUTPUT – the output signals lack of communication with
wireless devices assigned to the indicated outputs.
104. WIRELESS DEVICE – LOW BATTERY – the output signals some problems with power supply
of wireless devices (low battery, discharged (storage) battery, or lack of external power
supply).
105. SHUTTER UP – the dedicated output for raising the roll shutters. It becomes active after
violation of selected zones or disarming of selected partitions. It can also be triggered
from the keypad, by means of the user menu function (¼OUTPUTS CONTROL). Disabling
timers can be indicated for the output. If disarming takes place within the time period
defined for the timer, the output will not be activated. The cut-off time programmed for
the output should be longer than that required for raising the roll shutters.
106. SHUTTER DOWN – the dedicated output for lowering the roll shutters. It becomes active
after violation of selected zones or arming of selected partitions (on starting the exit
delay countdown). It can also be triggered from the keypad, by means of the user menu
function (¼OUTPUTS CONTROL). Disabling timers can be indicated for the output.
If arming takes place within the time period defined for the timer, the output will not be
activated. The cut-off time programmed for the output should be longer than that
required for lowering the roll shutters.
Notes:
• The roll shutter control output, type 105 and 106, must be assigned to the consecutive
physical exits.
• In order to make the SHUTTER UP and SHUTTER DOWN type of outputs available for control
from the LCD keypad, they must be assigned to a selected group of outputs. The two
outputs constituting a pair must be assigned to the same group of outputs.
• Selecting the partition for SHUTTER UP and SHUTTER DOWN type of outputs is necessary to
make the roller shutter control function available (see description of the OUTPUT CONTROL
function in the USER MANUAL) in the keypad serving this partition. If the output is not to be
controlled by the partition disarming / arming, the SHUTTER NOT CONTROLLED BY ARMING
option should be enabled for the output.
107. CARD ON READER A – the output signals that the card/chip has been read into the reader
A of selected expanders. It can also signal the card reading into the indicated keypads.
108. CARD ON READER B – the output signals that the card/chip has been read into the reader
B of selected expanders. It can also signal the card reading into the indicated keypads.
109. ZONE LOGICAL AND – the output is activated when all zones selected as the control ones
are violated.
110. ALARM – NOT VERIFIED – the output signals unverified alarms from indicated sources.
The unverified alarms are generated by zones with enabled prealarm option and by
zones with programmable entry delay (types: 0, 1, 85 and 86). Violation of the zones
type 0, 1, 85 or 86 will start the entry delay time countdown. If the armed mode is not
deactivated before the delay expires, an unverified alarm will be generated.
111. ALARM – VERIFIED – the output becomes active if, after violation of one of the indicated
zones with enabled prealarm option, another zone is violated in the partition with
enabled prealarm option during verification.
112. VERIFIED – NO ALARM – the output becomes active if a zone with enabled prealarm option
is violated in selected partitions, but no zone with enabled prealarm option is violated
during verification.
113. VERIFICATION DISABLED STATUS – the output signals disabling alarm verification in
the partition.
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114. ZONE TEST STATUS – the output activates after starting the zone test in the selected
partitions. It can be used, e.g. to control operation of the LED in the detectors of
GRAPHITE and SILVER types.
115. ARMING TYPE STATUS – the output becomes active after chosen type of armed mode is
activated in the selected partitions. The output can signal the following modes:
1 – fully armed;
2 – armed without interior – the control panel does not respond to violation of
the interior zones (zone type 3. INTERIOR DELAYED). The exterior zones (zone type
8. EXTERIOR) will trigger silent alarm. The other zones work normally.
3 – armed without interior and without entry delay – the control panel will react in the
same way as above, but, additionally, the delayed zones (zone type: 0. ENTRY/EXIT,
1. ENTRY, 2. DELAYED WITH DELAY SIGNALING) will work as instant ones.
116. INTERNAL SIREN – the output activates in the same situations as the outputs type
1. BURGLARY ALARM or 9. DAY ALARM (logic product of the outputs type 1. BURGLARY
ALARM and 9. DAY ALARM).
117. TAMPERING STATUS – the output informs about tamper of selected zones, keypads and
expanders. It is active as long as the tamper lasts.
6.4.7
Output groups
The outputs type MONO SWITCH, BI SWITCH, REMOTE SWITCH, SHUTTER UP and SHUTTER DOWN
should be assigned to output groups, if they are to be controlled from LCD keypad by means
of user functions. Each group may be given a name.
Note: If the outputs are only assigned to one output group, starting the OUTPUTS CONTROL
function will not be followed by displaying the list of output groups in the keypad, but
immediately by the list of controllable outputs.
The output status can be presented as per the zone state. This is useful, if the control panel
output is to only pass a control pulse to switch the device on/off, and the information on
the current state of the device is supplied to the control panel zone.
6.4.8
Output testing
The LCD keypad enables testing of individual outputs of the security system (ÆSERVICE
MODE ÆOUTPUTS ÆTEST). After starting the function, the list of system outputs will be
displayed. Find the output to be tested and press the [#] or X key. The keypad will display
a submenu which enables the output testing. By using the [#] or X key, you can
activate/deactivate the output. You can also deactivate the output by means of the numerical
keys. Press [*] to quit the submenu and return to the list of system outputs.
Notes:
• The output under test will stop performing its previous function (if it was active, it will be
deactivated).
• If there are wireless sirens in the system, starting the function of output testing will unblock
the signaling in them (the signaling is normally blocked for the service mode duration).
It should be remembered that the command to block/unblock the signaling is sent out
during polling. This will cause a delay whose duration depends on the programmed
response period.
• When testing the control output for ASP-205 wireless siren, it should be remembered that
the signaling is only triggered during the polling.
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Fig. 12. Window for assignment of outputs to output groups.
7. LCD keypad
Each LCD keypad has an individual name and a set of parameters which determine its way
of operation in the system. These are:
Partitions managed by keypad – partitions which can be armed/disarmed or alarm in which
may be cancelled from the keypad. Control will be possible for the users who have access
to indicated here partitions. When any of the indicated partitions is armed, the keypad LED
labeled
[ARMED]. When all partitions specified here are armed, this LED lights
steadily.
Alarm indication – list of partitions for which a burglary/fire alarm will be indicated in
the keypad by the LED labeled
[ALARM] and on the display (provided that
the PARTITIONS ALARM MESSAGES option is active). An additional option determines whether
the alarms are signaled audibly.
CHIME signal – list of zones, violation of which generates audible keypad alarm. This signal
can be automatically disabled after violation of selected zone for a time period not
exceeding 255s.
Quick Arm – partitions which will be armed after pressing [0][#], [1][#], [2][#] or [3][#] on
the keypad (see section SYSTEM ARMED MODE in the USER MANUAL).
Time indication – the keypad can display the entry/exit delay countdown in the partitions
served. Additional options make it possible to define whether the alarm is to be audibly
signaled.
Keypad zones – each LCD keypad is provided with two zones which can be used in
the security system. These are zones 49 and 50 for the keypad with address 0, and zones
51 and 52 for the keypad with address 1, and so on, up to zones 63 and 64 for the keypad
with address 7. These zones can be also accessible in a zone expansion module, if the
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maximum number of zone modules are connected. Options make it possible for each of
the keypad zones to determine whether or not it will be used in the keypad.
Auto-backlight – determines whether the automatic illumination of the keypad is to come on
after the particular system event, i.e. start of the entry delay countdown in the selected
partition, or violation of the selected zone.
Date/Time format – permits selecting the format of time and date display on the keypad.
LCD Backlight – selection of the display backlighting type.
Keys backlight – selection of the keypad backlighting type.
Alarm messages – the options define whether text messages on alarms in partition and
zones are to be shown (the message contains name of partition/zone).
Fig. 13. Parameters defining LCD keypad operation.
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Alarms – the options determine if the following alarms can be called from the given LCD
keypad:
- FIRE – fire alarm triggered by holding down the key with symbol,
- PANIC – panic alarm triggered by holding down the key with symbol,
- AUX. – auxiliary (medical) alarm triggered by holding down the key with
symbol.
- 3 wrong codes – alarm triggered by entering wrong access codes three times.
Additional options – a set of additional options for activating some functions of the keypad
(shown in square brackets is the name displayed on keypad):
− Silent PANIC alarm [Silent panic] – determines if the panic alarm called from the LCD
keypad will be indicated as a silent alarm (with no signaling on alarm outputs) or as
a normal, audible alarm.
− Signaling entry delay [Entry time s.] – determines whether the entry delay counting will
be signaled by sound on the keypad.
− Signaling exit delay [Exit time sig.] – determines whether the exit delay counting will be
signaled by sound on the keypad.
− Signaling alarms [Alarm signal.] – determines whether the LCD keypad will signal
the alarm by sound.
− Key sounds [Key sounds] – determines whether pressing the keypad keys will be
confirmed by sounds.
− Signaling troubles in partially arm [Trbl.in p.arm.] – determines whether the keypad will
indicate system troubles (yellow LED) if some of the served partitions are armed (when
all partitions are armed, troubles are not indicated).
− Signal new trouble [New trbl. sign.] – with this option enabled, the keypad will audibly
signal occurrence of a new trouble. For the option to operate it is necessary to enable
the option TROUBLE MEMORY UNTIL REVIEW in the control panel.
− Show code entering [Show code ent.] – determines whether code entry will be shown in
the form of asterisks on the keypad display.
− Show keypad name [Name (2nd row)] – determines whether keypad name will be
displayed in the second line.
− Exit delay clearing enable [Fin. exit time] – determines whether entering the [9][#]
sequence will make it possible to shorten the exit delay time in partitions with the option
EXIT DELAY CLEARING.
− Show violated zones [Zone violation] – enabling the option means that the zones
signaling CHIME in the keypad will be shown together with their name.
− Auto-Arm delay countdown signaling [Auto-arm delay] – activates audible signaling
of the countdown to arming the partitions by timer (the signaling continues for
the partition auto-arming delay time).
− Display mode switching [Dspl.mode chg.] – enabling the option makes it possible to
switch over the display mode from system status to all-partition status by holding down
the key "9".
− Show disarm messages [Show disarming] – disarming one of the keypad operated
partitions can be signaled by sounds or displayed messages. The option refers to
situations when the partition is disarmed by means of another keypad or without the use
of a keypad.
− Communication RS-232 – determines whether the keypad RS-232 port is enabled to
interface with the GUARDX program - with this option enabled, it is possible to program
the settings of the computer “virtual" keypad accessible from the GUARDX program.
− Quick control [control 8#] – when the option is enabled, the CONTROL user function can
be started by pressing the [8][#] keys (there is no need for entering the user code).
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Functions/reviews – options which make it possible to:
ƒ program the access to key functions ("press and hold down" type) – for scrolling
through system memory and status;
ƒ define the characters to signal the status of zones and partitions in the viewing
functions;
ƒ select partitions the status of which will be permanently shown on the display;
ƒ assign the user functions to arrow keys (to be performed after entering the code and
pressing the corresponding arrow).
ƒ define reaction of a keypad with built-in reader to bringing closer/holding a card, or to
an attempt to read in an unregistered card;
ƒ select doors to be opened by presenting or holding the card. You can indicate
the doors controlled by expander or the control panel output type 101 (see description
of the output type 101).
Fig. 14. Programming arrow functions.
Tamper signaled in partition – defines the partition where alarm will be signaled after
violation of the keypad tamper circuit and disconnection of the keypad from the system.
Sound volume – the function makes it possible to control loudness level of the keypad
sounder. It refers to the keypads type INT-KLCD-GR, INT-KLCD-BL, INT-KLCDR-GR
and INT-KLCDR-BL. The function is unavailable in the DLOADX program.
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Fig. 15. Handling proximity cards.
8. Codes and users
The INTEGRA control panel distinguishes three code types, i.e. service, master user
(administrator), and user codes. The service and master codes are stored in the EEPROM
memory. The other users' codes are written to the RAM (they will be erased after removal of
jumper from the MEMORY pins).
Each user of the system can be assigned a code to allow him to operate the control panel
(including arming/disarming, clearing alarms, controlling outputs, and having access to other
functions). The code identifies the user, his authority level in the system and access to
partitions and selected parts of the facility (the access is controlled with locks controlled by
the INTEGRA control panel). The types of codes, their properties and methods to enter into
the system are described in detail in the user manual.
Provision is made for the installer to create in the service mode a "template (mask) of basic
authority" to be granted to each new user (or master user). Such a template should be
created by means of the function called ACTIVE USER AUTHORITY (ÆSERVICE MODE ÆOPTIONS
ÆACTIVE AUTHORITY). An extra authority level, not included in the template, may be
individually granted to the user (or master user) when they are being entered or edited.
Each user is assigned a consecutive number in the system, which in case of monitoring is
sent to the monitoring station in the events which, apart from the event code, also contain
the user number (when monitoring in Contact ID or SIA format is enabled). After deletion of
the user, the control panel may assign the available number to a new user entered into
the system.
8.1
Prefixes
Control of the system may require entering additional digits called a prefix directly before
the access code. The prefix length (1 to 8 digits) is determined by the installer with
the service function: ÆOPTIONS; ÆPREFIX LENGTH (only from LCD keypad), while the prefix
value (contents) is determined by the administrator with the ÆCHANGE PREFIX user function.
There are two kinds of prefixes:
Normal – the prefix normally entered before each use of the code, by default programmed
as 0 or 00, or 000 ... (the number of zeros depends on the length of prefix).
Duress – the prefix normally entered before use of the code in emergency, e.g. when
the user is forced by third parties to disarm the system, bypass the zones, etc., by
default programmed as 4 or 44, or 444 ... (the number of fours depends on
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the length of prefix). Using this prefix before the code results in the duress alarm
code being sent to the monitoring station and activation of the DURESS ALARM
output.
Using the installer code does not require knowledge of the prefix – it is sufficient to enter
any digits instead of the prefix. What is important is that the number of entered digits should
correspond to the length of prefix.
Notes!
• Changing the length of prefixes is possible only from real keypads.
• Changing the length of prefixes restores their default values.
9. Monitoring
The control panel communicator enables execution of the event monitoring function.
The events can be sent to the monitoring station:
• over the Ethernet (TCP/IP) network – if ETHM-1 module is connected,
• using GPRS technology – INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel or if GSM/GPRS module is
connected (e.g. GSM-4S or GSM LT-2S),
• as an SMS message – only INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel,
• by telephone (main and reserve telephone number).
In case of programming parameters for all forms of monitoring, the control panel will make
an attempt to send the event, in turn: over the Ethernet (TCP/IP) network, using the GPRS
technology, as an SMS message and, finally, by telephone (to main and reserve telephone
number). The procedure will be terminated when the event is successfully sent to
the monitoring station by means of one of above mentioned transmission methods.
Otherwise, the control panel will make repeated monitoring attempts as many times, as
programmed by the installer. If the event cannot be sent despite completion of the
preprogrammed number of retries, the control panel will hang up until a next event occurs, or
for a specified period of time. After the time expires, the control panel will make further
attempts to send the event.
Note: 8 is the typical value for the REPETITIONS parameter, and 30 – for the SUSPEND TIME
parameter (occurrence of a new event resumes sending all the events not yet
transmitted).
Events in the system are divided into eight classes:
1. alarms from zones and tampers,
2. alarms occurring in partitions (e.g. PANIC, fire alarm from the LCD keypad),
3. arming and disarming,
4. zone bypass,
5. access control,
6. system troubles,
7. functions used,
8. other events in the system (e.g. start of the service mode).
Events of class 5 and 7 are not monitored. Other events are transmitted depending on
the selected transmission format.
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Fig. 16. Window for format selection and definition of identifiers.
Fig. 17. Tab for SMS monitoring settings in the "Reporting" window.
• For pulse formats and Ademco Express it is necessary to program event codes. Only
those events are transmitted which are assigned to a valid identifier (i.e. those which have
at least three characters different from “0") and whose code is different from “00".
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• When the „Contact ID (selected)” or „SIA (selected)” format is selected, the events are
sent which would have been transmitted in pulse formats, the programmed code being of
no relevance, since the control panel transmits codes according to the format specification.
• When the „Contact ID (full) or „SIA (selected)” format is selected, there is no need for
the installer to program any event codes and/or assign events to identifiers. The control
panel transmits codes according to the format specification and the defined division into
objects.
• 6-character identifier can be programmed for the SIA format. For this purpose, enable
the 6-CHARACTER IDENTIFIER option (which is available in the monitoring advanced options).
The 6-character identifier is composed of 2 parts: 2-character prefix and 4-character
identifier.
• The SIA format makes it possible to send to the monitoring station, apart from the event
code, also the event source name (zone, user, etc.) and the partition name (this requires
programming of suitable settings in the advanced monitoring options).
Fig.18. Window for assigning partition events to identifiers.
Notes:
• It is advisable to correctly indicate to how many stations the events are to be reported.
• The SIA format can only be used for telephone monitoring.
• GPRS monitoring can be performed by the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel and by any
other INTEGRA series control panel to which the GSM-4S module (firmware version 4.11
or later) or the GSM LT-2S module (firmware version 2.11 or later) is connected. In that
case, the GSM module must be connected to the control panel RS-232 port (used as
an external modem). If the module is only connected to the telephone line terminals in
control panel (TIP and RING), the GPRS monitoring settings programmed in the control
panel will be ignored.
• The SMS message format for SMS monitoring (INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel) must
be defined as required by the monitoring station. The SMS message format programmed
by default in the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel corresponds to the default settings
of the STAM-2 monitoring station (firmware version 1.2.0 or later). The symbols used when
programming the SMS format have the following meaning:
z - account number;
½ - event qualifier;
w - event code;
» - zone/module/user;
¼ - partition.
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For formats other than Contact ID, only account number and event code are sent.
Question marks will be sent instead of the other information.
• When the „Contact ID (selected)" or „SIA (selected)” format is selected, the control panel
will only transmit the events which can be transmitted in pulse formats. Not all possible
events have their equivalents in pulse formats. Programming of codes for all possible
events in the system would require dozens of identifiers to be reserved for the control
panel.
• For the Contact ID or SIA formats, each object has its own identifier. Therefore,
the identifiers of non-existing objects need not to be programmed. In the system event
identifier field (events of class 6 and 8), you should re-enter the identifier of the object
which “is responsible" for the system (for example, the object, where the control panel is
installed).
• For the „Contact ID (selected)" or „SIA (selected)” format, the assignment of partitions,
zones, keypads and expanders to identifiers does not need to reflect the division of
the system into objects. But it is essential that a value different from “0" be programmed.
The control panel transmits all events in the object with a single identifier according to
division of system components among the objects.
Fig. 19. Programming of monitoring codes for pulse formats.
• For the STATION 1 OR STATION 2 operating mode (as well as for the STATION N ONLY, with
both numbers entered), do not select the „Contact ID (full)” or „SIA (full)” format for one
number, and different formats for the other numbers.
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For the pulse formats, individual events are assigned to identifiers. This enables the available
space to be optimally used for codes (8 x 225 codes = 1800 codes) – events from smaller
objects may be grouped with a single identifier, and several identifiers may be assigned for
larger objects.
Event codes are programmed after the division is made. The DLOADX program
(and corresponding service functions) shows all events assigned to the identifier, which
facilitates correct programming of codes (the event code window shows only the fields for
those codes which will be transmitted with the given identifier – see Figure 19).
System events and troubles are transmitted with their own identifier. Figure 20 shows
the events assigned to this identifier.
Fig. 20. System event codes.
Notes:
• The “Settings reset" event is caused by the service functions, which restore the factory
settings of the system. A number transmitted in the Contact ID format informs which
settings are reset (0 – control panel settings reset, 1 – reset of codes).
• The “RAM memory error" event informs of error(s) in the settings memory that is
backed-up with a 3.6 h battery. If the settings are stored in the FLASH memory, detection
of this error forces “Module restart" that will be followed by “Settings restore".
• The INTEGRA control panel offers two types of a monitoring test: transmitting
the “Periodical test of monitoring" event at a specified time and/or at preprogrammed time
intervals. An additional transmission may be initialized with the user function, provided
the “Manual transmission test" code is programmed.
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• “Module Restart" appears at each power supply connection.
• Checking communication with the station is facilitated by the “Station XX test" function
(in the TESTS menu of the user functions), accessible after programming the station phone
numbers, system event identifier and “Monitoring test" code. Calling of this function
initializes monitoring, when the control panel displays on the keypad information on
the current transmission phase and the test result.
• The event codes shown in Figures 19 and 20 are taken at random to illustrate an example
of programming. They should be programmed as recommended by the monitoring station
operating personnel.
10. Messaging
All the INTEGRA series control panels can inform of events in the system by means of voice
messages (connection of voice synthesizer is required) and PAGER type text messages.
The INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel can additionally notify by means of SMS messages.
The SATEL made GSM modules offer optional conversion of PAGER messages into SMS
messages, thus enabling this form of messaging to be used also in case of the other
INTEGRA control panels.
Messaging is performed independently from monitoring but monitoring has the priority. If in
the course of messaging some events occur which must be reported to the monitoring station
by the control panel, monitoring will be included in between the messages sent.
The number of telephones to which the messaging is performed as well as the number
of available voice messages or text messages depend on the size of control panel.
Fig. 21. Programming phone numbers for messaging.
10.1 Activation of the messaging
1. Enable the TELEPHONE MESSAGING option.
2. Define the number of attempts to get connected in one round (function MAX. REDIAL
NUMBER FOR ONE ROUND [REPETITION COUNT]). Values from 1 to 7 can be programmed.
3. Determine whether the voice message is to be played back once or twice (option DOUBLE
VOICE MESSAGE).
4. Program the data for at least one telephone to which the messages are to be sent:
– name (up to 16 characters),
– telephone number,
– type of messaging (voice message, PAGER or SMS messages),
– number of rounds – the number of attempts taken by the control panel to notify
the indicated telephone number of the event, unless reception of the message has
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been acknowledged. Values from 0 to 15 can be programmed. Entering 0 means that
notification for the indicated telephone number will be disabled.
– how the voice message is to be acknowledged (if the person receiving the message is
to confirm the fact that he/she familiarized himself/herself with it, enable the ANY CODE
option or enter a 4-digit code).
Notes:
• The control panel acknowledges receiving the code by a special signal. In case of notifying
of several events, the acknowledgement signal for receipt of the code sounds different,
thus informing that further messages are to be expected.
• If no code has been programmed to acknowledge receipt of the voice message, nor
the ANY CODE option has been enabled, the control panel will recognize receipt of the
message as acknowledged when the receiver is picked up after two rings and any sound
occurs.
5. Record in the voice synthesizer the messages which are to be used for messaging
(see the CA-64 SM voice synthesizer manual).
6. Define the contents of PAGER/SMS messages which are to be used for messaging.
7. Program any additional parameters for notifying by means of PAGER messages (PAGER
TYPES) or SMS messages (SMS CENTER NUMBER).
Fig. 22. Defining the way of communicating alarms from zones.
8. Assign the numbers of corresponding voice messages and PAGER/SMS messages
(EVENT ASSIGNMENT) to the events which are to start the messaging function.
9. Define the events of which each of the programmed telephone numbers will be notified
(EVENT ASSIGNMENT).
10. In order to limit unnecessary messaging, define the cases in which notification can be
cancelled (the functions CANCEL MESSAGING IN PARTITIONS and CANCEL MESSAGING AFTER
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT as well as the option CANCEL TEL. AND ALARM SIMULTANEOUSLY).
11. Answering phone calls and remote control
The call answering function allows the control panel users to receive information on
the partition status (arm mode, alarms). Owing to the telephone control function, the users
can control the REMOTE SWITCH type of outputs by means of a telephone. For detailed
information on how to use these functions please refer to the USER MANUAL.
11.1 Activation of the phone calls answering
1. Enable the ANSWERING option.
2. Define the rules of call answering by the control panel (function RINGS BEFORE ANSWER
and option DOUBLE CALL). If the DOUBLE CALL option is enabled, the control panel must be
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called twice. For the first time, you should wait for the programmed number of rings and
hang up. Call again within three minutes and the control panel will answer the call
immediately.
3. Define whether the function is to be available at all times, or only when selected partitions
are armed (function ANSWER IF PARTITIONS ARE ARMED: [ON ARMED PART.]).
Note: If the ANSWERING - MODEM option is enabled, the control panel will be answering
the calls whether the partitions are armed or not.
4. Program the telephone codes for the users who are to use the function (see description of
the USERS functions in the USER MANUAL).
11.2 Activation of the remote control
1. Activate the call answering function. The users with the telephone code assigned will
have access both to the call answering function and the telephone control function.
2. Enable the REMOTE CONTROL option.
3. Program the selected outputs as the REMOTE SWITCH (type 64-79 or 98).
4. Define for each user the relays which he/she will be allowed to control. The relays can
also be assigned to the users who do not have any telephone code, however only by
using the telephone code one can get access to the telephone control functions.
Fig. 23. Defining which remote switches may be controlled by users.
12. SMS control only INTEGRA 128-WRL
The INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel makes the SMS message control function available to
the users. Receiving by the control panel of a message containing the suitable command
may result in zone violation, starting the selected function, or sending the return message
with information on system status. Several control commands may be included in one SMS
message.
12.1 Activation of the SMS control
1. Enable the SMS CONTROL option.
2. Define whether all users will be allowed to use the SMS control function, or only those
who have the telephone code (option TELEPHONE CODE REQUIRED). In the latter case,
program the telephone codes for the users who are to use the function (see
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description of the USERS functions in the USER MANUAL). Apart from the control
command, the body of SMS message to be sent to the control panel will have to
include the telephone code.
Define whether the control panel is to analyze the received command for case sensitivity
(option CASE SENSITIVE).
Define whether the control panel is to confirm execution of the control by SMS message
(option CONFIRM THE CONTROL). If the control panel is to send SMS messages, it is
necessary to program the SMS center number (see section GSM PHONE).
If the control panel is to only accept the commands sent from specified telephone
numbers, you should select these numbers (function ACCEPT SMS ONLY FROM SELECTED
NUMBERS [AUTHORIZED TEL.]). The selection is to be made from among the telephone
numbers preprogrammed for telephone messaging (see section MESSAGING). If no
telephone number is selected, it will be possible to send the control messages from any
telephone.
Program the contents of control commands and assign zones, functions, etc. to these
commands. You can define 32 commands to control zones, 8 commands to start
functions, and the command after receipt of which the control panel will inform about the
status of selected partitions. The zones need not exist physically, but the type of line
programmed for them must be different from "Not used" or "Follow output". You can
program any type of reaction.
Fig. 24. SMS control configuration.
Note: When programming the control commands, remember that:
• the command may include up to 16 characters,
• the command may not contain diacritic characters and/or spaces,
• the commands must be different (the same command must not be used for controlling two
zones, two functions, etc.),
• the command must not be based on contents defined for another command. In case of
such commands as "zone1" and "zone11" or "arm" and "armed" the control panel will not
be able to execute the second command.
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13. Control of outputs from LCD keypad
Using the LCD keypad, you can control the outputs of MONO SWITCH, BI SWITCH, REMOTE
SWITCH, SHUTTER UP and SHUTTER DOWN TYPE. The way of using the control function by
means of LCD keypad is described in the USER MANUAL.
To start the control function you should:
1. Program the parameters of control outputs (type, cut-off time, polarization).
2. Select how the output status will be indicated (standard or selected zone status).
3. Connect suitable devices to the outputs, and supply suitable signals to the zones
indicating the equipment status (the zones which are to indicate the output status can be
programmed as the FOLLOW OUTPUT type, which eliminates the need for making
an electrical connection and enables virtual zones to be used).
4. Assign control outputs to the groups (4 groups can be created) and to the partitions from
which triggering will be possible (telephone relays are not assigned to partitions).
5. Grant the CONTROL authority to the users who are to hale access to this function,
and assign partitions to trigger the controlling outputs.
6. If the control is to be available without the need to enter a code, enable the QUICK CONTROL
option for selected keypads.
14. Conformance to CLC/TS 50131-3 requirements
In order to meet the CLC/TS 50131-3 requirements, follow the instructions below:
• use at least 6-digit codes, which will ensure minimum 100 000 possible passwords for
each system user. When using the 6-digit codes, the total number of combinations
amounts to 1 000 000, however it is usually lower due to combinations chosen by other
users, as well as because simple codes (like 123456, 111111 or 111222) are not
permitted. The total number of available codes is determined in the following way: t=10n,
where n=number of digits in a code
• enable the option BLOCK KEYPAD AFTER 3 WRONG CODES
• enable the option ALARM AFTER 3 WRONG CODES for each keypad/partition keypad
• program all the burglary zones not belonging to the entry/exit path as type 4 PERIMETER
• for detectors provided with antimasking function, connect the detector alarm output in
parallel with the signaling output of masking attempt and program the MAXIMUM VIOLATION
TIME of the zone to be slightly longer than the signaling of violation on the detector alarm
output
• enable the PRIORITY option for all zones, excluding the entry/exit path
• enable the options WARN WHILE ARMING IF TROUBLE, VIOLATED/BYPASSED ZONES PREVIEW
WHEN ARMING, DO NOT ARM IF TAMPER, DO NOT ARM IF BATTERY TROUBLE, DO NOT ARM IF
TROUBLE, DO NOT ARM IF OUTPUTS TROUBLE and DO NOT ARM IF REPORTING TROUBLE
• enable the options TROUBLE MEMORY UNTIL REVIEW , DO NOT SHOW ALARM IF ARMED and LIMIT
EVENTS
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the entry delay time should not exceed 45 seconds
enable the options AUTO-RESET 3 and REPORTING DELAY for all burglary zones
enable the BYPASS DISABLED option for the tamper, panic and trouble alarm zones
disable the ALWAYS LOUD TAMPER ALARM option for all zones, keypad/expander buses
armed mode information blanking should take place not later than after 180 seconds
enter a suitable value of clock correction
make quick arming of the system partitions impossible
program the signaling time within the limits of 90 seconds to 15 minutes
program the delay of AC power trouble reporting so as not to exceed 60 minutes.
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15. History of the manual updates
Given below is a description of changes as compared with the manual for the control panel
with firmware in version v1.04.
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INTRODUCED CHANGES
VERSION
2007-08
1.05
2007-10
1.05
2008-06
1.06
• Service mode menu has been supplemented (p. 8-31).
• Information has been added regarding the armed mode to be activated by timer
(p. 52, 53).
• Information has been added regarding the option of resistor value programming for
EOL and 2EOL configurations in case of zones in CA-64 E and CA-64 EPS
expanders (modules in version manufactured from 2007).
• Information on new types of lines supported by the control panel has been added
(p. 56).
• Description of PULSES COUNT parameter has been added (p. 56).
• Description of PULSES DURATION parameter has been added (p. 57).
• Description of SENSITIVITY [MS] parameter has been added (p. 57).
• Description of OUTPUT parameter has been added (p. 57).
• Description of INTERIOR DELAYED type of zone has been supplemented with
information about delay activation from INT-SCR-BL keypad, identified in the
system as INT-ENT (p. 60).
• Description of output triggering from partitions and partition keypads has been
modified (p. 65).
• Description of output triggering by control timers has been supplemented (p. 65).
• Description of output triggering by type of telephone usage has been added (p. 65).
• Description of output blocking by timers has been supplemented (p. 65).
• Information on optional control of MONO SWITCH output by means of timer has
been added (p. 67).
• Description of output type 35. TELEPHONE USAGE STATUS has been modified (p. 68).
• Information on new option SHUTTER NOT CONTROLLED BY ARMING has been added for
outputs type 105: SHUTTER UP and 106: SHUTTER DOWN (p. 71).
• Section MONITORING has been supplemented with information about SIA
transmission format (p. 78-83).
• QUICK ARM LCD keypad parameter has been supplemented (p. 73).
• Information on INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel has been included in the manual.
• Because of substituting RJ type of socket for PIN-5 socket on the control panel
electronics board, the drawing illustrating computer connection to control panel has
been replaced (p. 4).
• Section ENTERING SERVICE MODE "FROM PINS" has been modified (p. 6).
• Service mode menu has been supplemented (p. 8-31).
• Section DLOADX-INSTALLER PROGRAM has been modified and supplemented (p. 32).
• Section GUARDX– USER PROGRAM has been modified and supplemented (p. 40).
• Section about programming GSM telephone in INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel
has been added (p. 40).
• New section about wireless system of the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel
mainboard has been added (p. 42).
• Information on new method of arming by means of timer has been added (p. 52, 53).
• Description of PARTITION EXIT DELAY parameter has been supplemented (p. 53).
• Description of INFINITE EXIT DELAY option has been added (p. 53).
• Description of ARMING CONTROL TIME parameter has been added (p. 53).
• Section ZONES has been modified and supplemented (p. 54).
• Description of NO ALARM SIGN. IN KEYPAD option has been added (p. 58).
• Description of STORE EVENT ONLY IF ARMED option has been added (p. 59).
• Section about new function enabling single zone testing has been added (p. 62).
• Section OUTPUTS has been modified and supplemented (p. 63).
• Description of new TAMPERING STATUS output function has been added (p. 72).
• Section about new function enabling single output testing has been added (p. 72).
• Description of QUICK CONTROL new keypad option has been added (p. 75).
• Section REPORTING has been modified and supplemented (p. 78).
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• Section MESSAGING has been modified and supplemented (p. 82).
• Section ANSWERING PHONE CALLS AND REMOTE CONTROL has been modified and
supplemented (p. 84).
• Section about controlling operation of INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel by means
of SMS messages has been added (p. 85).
• Section CONTROL OF OUTPUTS FROM LCD KEYPAD has been modified (p. 87).
SATEL sp. z o.o.
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