Summit
3208
Installation, Operation
and Programming
Electronics Line (E.L.) Ltd.
www.elecline.com
ELECTRONICS LINE’S TECHNICAL SUPPORT DEPARTMENT: (+972)-3-9211110
Electronics Line (E.L.) Ltd. reserves the right to change the information within this manual without prior notice.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents .............................................................................................................................................................2
Introduction .......................................................................................................................................................................3
About the Summit 3208 Installation, Operation and Programming Manual .................................................................3
Publication Information ................................................................................................................................................3
FCC Information.........................................................................................................................................................3
DOC Compliance Statement.......................................................................................................................................4
UL Information.............................................................................................................................................................4
Chapter One: Overview ...................................................................................................................................................5
1.1: Features ..............................................................................................................................................................5
1.2: Specifications .......................................................................................................................................................7
Chapter Two: Installation .................................................................................................................................................8
2.1: Parts and Options................................................................................................................................................8
2.2: Mounting the Keypad...........................................................................................................................................9
2.3: Wiring Diagrams................................................................................................................................................11
2.4: Terminal Connections........................................................................................................................................14
2.5: K5 and K6 Relays in the Summit 3208..............................................................................................................15
2.6: Fuse Replacement .............................................................................................................................................15
2.7: Turning on the System ......................................................................................................................................15
2.8: System Testing...................................................................................................................................................16
Chapter Three: System Operation for the 3108 LCD Keypad .......................................................................................17
3.1: General .............................................................................................................................................................17
3.2: Display and Controls .........................................................................................................................................17
3.3: System Status Displays.....................................................................................................................................19
3.4: Menu Selections/Direct Commands ..................................................................................................................20
3.5: Arming/Disarming..............................................................................................................................................21
3.6: Emergency and Duress.....................................................................................................................................22
3.7: User Codes .......................................................................................................................................................22
3.8: Zone Bypassing/Unbypassing ...........................................................................................................................23
3.9: Event Log ..........................................................................................................................................................24
3.10: Partitioned Operation/Unpartitioned Operation................................................................................................24
3.11: Additional Operations .......................................................................................................................................26
Chapter Four: System Operation for the 3106 LED Keypad .........................................................................................28
4.1: General .............................................................................................................................................................28
4.2: Display and Controls .........................................................................................................................................28
4.3: Direct Commands ..............................................................................................................................................30
4.4: Arming/Disarming..............................................................................................................................................30
4.5: Emergency and Duress.....................................................................................................................................31
4.6: User Codes .......................................................................................................................................................32
4.7: Zone Bypassing/Unbypassing ...........................................................................................................................33
4.8: Event Log ..........................................................................................................................................................33
4.9: Partitioned/Unpartitioned Operation ..................................................................................................................34
4.10: Additional Operations ......................................................................................................................................35
Chapter Five: Programming...........................................................................................................................................37
5.1: General .............................................................................................................................................................37
5.2: Guide to Programming ......................................................................................................................................37
5.3: Programming Procedure...................................................................................................................................37
5.4: Programming Parameters.................................................................................................................................39
5.5: Parameters Index ..............................................................................................................................................59
5.6: Default Programs ..............................................................................................................................................60
5.7: Remote Programming.......................................................................................................................................61
Appendix A: Troubleshooting .........................................................................................................................................63
Appendix B: Hexadecimal Conversion Chart .................................................................................................................64
Glossary..........................................................................................................................................................................65
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INTRODUCTION
About the Summit 3208 Installation, Operation and Programming Manual
This manual is designed to help you, the installer, with the installation process for the Summit 3208. We
strongly urge you to read through this manual, in its entirety, before beginning the installation process so that
you can best understand all that this security system has to offer your customers. This manual is not intended
for end user use. End users are encouraged to read the manual accompanying the system, the Summit 3208
User Manual. If you have any questions concerning any of the procedures described in this manual please
contact Electronics Line at 1-800-683-6835.
Publication Information
Catalog Number: ZP3101
First Edition - February 1994
Second Edition - April 1994
Third Edition - August 1994
Catalog Number: ZI4142A
Fourth Edition - August 1995
Catalog Number: ZI4325A
Fifth Edition - April 1996
Catalog Number: ZI0025A
Sixth Edition - November 1997
FCC Information
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules. On the inner back panel of the control box of this equipment
is a label that contains, among other information, the FCC registration number and ringer equivalence (REN) for this
equipment. If requested, this information must be provided to the telephone company.
Provides a listing of all applicable registration jack USCOCs, any facility interface codes and service order codes
associated with the services the equipment is to be connected.
The REN is used to determine the quality of devices which may be connected to the telephone line. Excessive RENs
on the telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an incoming call. In most, but not all areas,
the sum of the RENs should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices that may be connected to
the line, as determined by the total RENs contact the telephone company to determine the maximum REN for the
calling area.
If the terminal equipment (3208 Alarm Control Panel) causes harm to the telephone network the telephone company
will notify you in advance that the temporary break in service may be required. However, if advance notice is not able
to be had, the telephone company will notify the customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right
to file a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations, or procedures which could affect
the operation of the equipment. If this happens, the telephone company will provide advance notice in order for you to
make the modifications necessary in order to maintain uninterrupted service.
If you experience trouble with the 3208 Alarm Control Panel, please contact Electronics Line (E.L.) Ltd. at 1-800-6836835 for repair and (or) warranty information. If the trouble is causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone
company may request of you to remove the equipment from the telephone until the problem is resolved.
Customer service is limited to the replacement of fuses.
The 3208 Alarm Control Panel cannot be used on any public coin operated service operated by the telephone
company. Connection to a Party Line Service is subject to state tariffs (contact the state public utility commission for
information).
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FCC Compliance Statement
Caution: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Electronics Line (E. L.) Ltd. could repeal your authority to
use this equipment.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation, This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by taking one or more of the following measures:
• Re-orient the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help.
The user may find the following booklet prepared by the FCC useful: “How to Identify and Resolve Radio/Television
Interference Problems”. This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C. 20402,
Stock # 004-000-0035-4.
DOC Compliance Statement
“Notice: The Industry Canada Label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets
certain telecommunications network protective, operational and safety requirements. The Department does not guarantee
the equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction.
Before installing the equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local
telecommunications company. The equipment must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection. The
customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions may not prevent degradation of service in some
situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility designated by the supplier.
Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the
telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines and
internal metallic water pipe system if present are connected together. This precaution may be particularly important in
rural areas.
Caution: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves but should contact the appropriate electrical
inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate.
“Notice: The LOAD NUMBER (LN) assigned to each terminal device denotes the percentage of the total load to be
connected to a telephone loop which is used by the device, to prevent overloading. The termination of a loop may consist
of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the load numbers of all devices does not
exceed 100.”
LOAD NUMBER = 8
UL Information
Note: The E or EMERGENCY key on the model 3106 LED and the 3108 LCD keypads has not been investigated by
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. under UL 1637 the standard for home health care signaling equipment. Additional note:
Only the Osborne-Hoffman, Inc. Model QUICKALERT 1 receiver was tested by Underwriters Laboratories and is approved
to work as a receiver, with protocol 01 4D.
Approval for: Control Units and Accessories Household System Type Control Unit Model 3208 for use with Keypads
Models 3106 and 3108 and Burglary Zone Expansion Module Model 3508. Note: The 3407 Relay Module is under
investigation by UL and has not, to date been approved. Use of the 3407 Relay Module does not comply with the
requirements for an installation approved by Underwriters Laboratories.
UL Standards for Safety: UL 985, the Standard for Household Fire Warning System Units, UL 1023, the Standard for
Household Burglar Alarm System Units, and UL 1635, the Standard for Digital Burglar Alarm Communicator System Units.
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CHAPTER ONE: OVERVIEW
The Summit 3208 represents the first member of the 3200 family of high-tech control panels and
communicators. Its wide variety of advanced features, available for the first time in a low cost panel, make the
Summit 3208 the ideal solution to all of your customer’s home or business security needs.
1.1: Features
The following is a partial listing of the features offered by the Summit 3208 security system:
Remote Programmer: Electronics Line’s Remote Programming Software uploads and downloads a system’s
parameters from a PC, while offering a full range of programming capabilities. The variety of programming
features are clearly menued. These make it easy to access the tools necessary for the programming of control
panels, log reviewing and clearing, and the issuing of commands. The toll saver feature, remote programmer
callback, makes contacting the system cost effective and efficient. Any questions are easily answered by
pressing F1 for the detailed on-line help.
Zones: The Summit’s 8 zones can be expanded to a total of 32. Each zone is assigned a zone descriptor.
Zone descriptors are selected from a standard library, several of which are programmable. In addition, each
zone is completely programmable as interior, perimeter, fire, delayed, instant, follower, 24 hour, audible, silent,
or arm/disarm switches. Violated zones are described on both the LCD and LED keypads. In addition, each
zone can be programmed to chime, indicating a zone opening.
Keypad Activated Alarms:
The three keypad activated alarms are operated by pressing on the
“MENU/NEXT” key and then a specific one-touch key (E, F, P), simultaneously, for over one second. These
alarms are: Emergency, Fire and Police.
Stay and Away: These are the quick arming features which can be programmed to operate with or without a
user code. Pressing the “STAY” key arms the perimeter, while pressing the “AWAY” key arms both the interior
and the perimeter. This feature provides end users with the convenience of arming the system in whichever
way suits them best.
System Partitioning: The system can be partitioned into up to 4 separate sub-systems. Each sub-system can
be assigned an individual central station account number, making one Summit installable in up to four different
locations. Zones, keypads, relays and user codes are assigned to any of the sub-systems, enabling each subsystem to be displayed, armed and disarmed separately. Other sub-systems partitioned from the same Summit
can be accessed from any of the keypads attached to the control panel.
User Codes: The Summit 3208 is capable of maintaining 16 user codes, 3 to 6 digits each. Each user code is
assigned to its own authorization level, between 1 and 15. This allows or prevents the user from having access
to restricted operations. Of the 15 authorization levels, nine are designated for daily operations, five are
designated for specific functions used when servicing the system, and one can be programmed for a duress
situation reporting.
Central Station Communication: The central station communicator allows for up to 4 telephone numbers
and/or RF destinations to be programmed into the system, at up to 16 digits each, while supporting pulse and
tone dialing. The Summit 3208 supports virtually all standard telephone communication formats including: 3x1,
4x1, 4x2 (transmission speeds include 10PPS and 20PPS), Extended, Single Round Extended, SIA (110 and
300 baud), and Ademco Contact ID. For a listing of RF protocols please contact your local dealer.
Message Routing: Message routing can be programmed for single or multiple central station notification,
enabling notification of up to four central stations. Message transmission can be programmed as Primary,
Backup or Duplicate.
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Follow Me: The follow me feature allows users the ability to program a telephone number at which the system
can notify them should an alarm occur by transmitting a tone sequence to them. In addition, this feature also
works with some LCD telephone pagers and beepers. This feature is associated with telephone #4.
Event Log: In the Summit 3208 an event log, including time and date stamp, zone description, and user
number, records the last 32 events the system has undergone. It always adds the newest and drops the oldest
events logged. The event log can be erased by selecting the clear event option from the options menu.
Opening and Closing Windows: The Summit 3208 offers user the opportunity of programming three opening
and four closing windows of time, according to their entry and exit scheduling needs. This feature helps cut
down on the amount of opening and closing reports sent to the central station. The user can opt to program a
late to close command if the area protected by the security system will be armed after the closing window. In
addition, the user may opt to program an auto arming time at the end of a closing window. In doing so, the
system automatically arms itself at a set time and under normal conditions.
Control Panel Keypad Support: Both LCD (3108) and LED (3106) keypads are supported by the control
panel. Up to 8 different supervised keypads can be connected to a control panel, controlling up to 4 different
sub-systems. In addition, programming can be performed from any keypad, when none of the sub-systems are
armed.
Smoke Alarm Verification: The Summit 3208 can be programmed to implement smoke alarm verification.
When selected, only a second detection, within 60 seconds after the smoke alarm is reset (including power shut
down and restore), will activate the fire alarm. This greatly reduces the amount of false alarms due to false
smoke alarm detection.
High Speed Four Wire Interface Bus: The Summit 3208 is connected to either the LCD or LED keypads by
four wires, including one power and one ground. These wires provide the user with the ability to detect a lost
connection should the user choose to have the keypad operate in supervised mode.
Phone Supervision: This enables the system to be programmed to sound an alarm should the telephone
connection line be severed.
Power On Default: The Summit control panel’s default programs can be restored during the 40 seconds
following a power up using the unalterable code “123456”. This code is valid as long as the power on default
feature is not activated.
Latch Key: The Summit 3208 offers the user the ability to program a latch key option which is used in
conjunction with opening and closing windows. This feature sends a message to the Central Station should the
“MENU/NEXT” key not be pressed during the appropriate window. This, for example, enables parents to know
when their child has either left or arrived home as scheduled.
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1.2: Specifications
Power Input/
Battery Backup
Power Output
Zones
Keypads
User Codes
Open/Close Time
Windows
Remote
Programming
Current
Consumption
Primary 50Hz, 16.5Vac, 40VA transformer.
12V dc, 6.5 Ah.
Auxiliary power - regulated 10.2 to 13.8Vdc at 1A max. including keypads and smoke
detectors for 4 hours standby. (For CSFM Fire applications - 220mA max. including keypads
and smoke detectors for 24 hours standby).
Bell output - regulated 10.2 to 13.8Vdc from auxiliary power, unregulated 9 - 18 Vdc, 600mA
total auxiliary power available for Fire and Burglary applications.
Fire sensor switched power - up to 100mA.
Number of zones - 8 on-board (expandable up to 32).
Supervision - End Of Line Resistor Burglary zones, and Fire zones with Trouble.
Emergency Keys - 3 user initiated.
Types - 3108 LCD keypad, 3106 LED keypad.
Number of keypads - Up to 8 supervised.
Number of users - 16.
Number of digits per user code - 3 through 6.
Authorization levels - 15 (maid, user, installer, etc.).
Number of windows - 56 (4 systems x 7 weekdays, open & close).
Window alignment - 30 minutes (8:00, 8:30 etc.).
Window sizes - + 15 min, + 30 min, + 45 min, +60 min.
Equipment - Remote Programmer and software package.
Requirement - PC 286 or higher, DOS 3.3 based.
Access - Direct (Password), Callback, User initiated, Answering machine override.
Control Panel: 40mA zones open.
65mA with EOLR.
70mA all zones active.
3108 LCD Keypad: 15mA without backlight.
60mA with backlight.
3106 LED Keypad: 20mA without backlight.
90mA with backlight.
3508 Zone Expander Module: 20mA all zones open.
30mA with EOLR.
70mA all zones closed.
3528 Wireless Zone Expander Module: 26mA all zones deactivated.
32mA all zones activated.
3402 Output Relay Module: 10mA all relays deactivated.
70mA both relays activated.
3407 Output Relay Module: 10mA all relays deactivated.
210mA all relays activated.
3417 Transistor Module: 10 mA all transistors deactivated.
725mA all relays transistors (drawing a max. 100mA each).
Operating
Temperature
0° to 60° C (32° to 140° F).
Dimensions
Weight
Height 12”x length 12”x width 4” (30.5cm x 30.5cm x 10.2 cm).
6.5 lbs. (3 Kg).
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CHAPTER TWO: INSTALLATION
2.1: Parts and Options
Standard Parts
3208 Household Burglary and Fire Alarm Control Panel without keypad
(Part number 52UE070)
2.2K ohm burglary End Of Line Resistors (Part number PR0681)
Installation, Operation, and Programming Manual (Part number ZI4142B)
User Manual (Part number ZI3624)
1 each
8 each
1 each
1 each
Optional Parts List
3106 LED Keypad (Part number 5200072)
3108 LCD Keypad (Part number 5200073)
3402 2 Relay Output Relay Module (Part number 5200128)
3407 7 Relay Output Relay Module (Part number 5200100)
3417 Transistor Module (Part number 5200103)
3508 8 Zone Expander Module (Part number 5200129)
3528 Wireless Zone Expander (Part Number varies according to frequency)
UHF Transmitter (Part number 5300047)
VHF Transmitter - low frequency (Part number 5300049)
VHF Transmitter - high frequency (Part number 5300048)
RP3206 Up/Downloading Software
3911 Up/Downloading Remote Programmer & RS232 Cable (Part number 5200071)
12Vdc Adapter for Remote Programmer
12Vdc/6.5 Ah battery
3722 ac Transformer
LCD Keypad
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LED Keypad
2.2: Mounting the Keypad
Both the LCD and LED keypads are supplied tested and programmed to keypad address 1 in non-supervised
mode. They can be connected, as supplied, to the 3208 control panel. To change the keypad unit address,
proceed with step 1. To add keypad supervision, proceed with step 2. In order to connect a keypad without
changes, proceed with step 3.
A v ailable address selections:
CBA
LED/LCD Display
Main
Chip
LSCP
connector
Buzzer
Jumpers
Tamper
Sw itch
CB A
Keypad 1
Keypad 5
( Jumper installed
)
Keypad 2
Keypad 6
( Jumper removed
)
Keypad 3
Keypad 7
Keypad 4
Keypad 8
A v ailable supervision selections:
S
CBAS
Keypad supervised
S
Keypad not supervised
LED / LCD Module - rear view, cover removed
Step 1: Setting Keypad Unit Address
Different keypad addresses are used to show the different operation displays. These include the display of
other sub-systems in partitioned mode, different tonal sounds, one key arming enable/disable, etc. More than
one keypad can be installed with the same address, but only if the keypads are non-supervised. The Summit
3208 can be equipped with eight keypad units in supervised mode. For more on setting the keypads to nonsupervised mode, please refer to step two.
To change the keypad unit address:
1. Open the keypad unit’s back cover.
2. Locate the jumpers marked “CBA”.
3. Program the jumpers according to the previous diagram.
Disconnect and reconnect the power supply.
Step 2: Keypad supervision setting
A supervised keypad will initiate an alarm should it become disconnected from the control panel, while an unsupervised keypad will not. More than one keypad can be connected in the non-supervised mode to the same
address. Do not combine supervised and unsupervised keypads. All keypads are physically connected in
parallel.
To change the keypad supervision setting:
1. Open the keypad unit’s back cover.
2. Locate the jumper marked S. The jumper is installed in non-supervised mode.
3. Disconnect and reconnect the power supply.
Step 3: Keypad connections
To connect the keypad/s you will need a small flat-head screw driver. The maximum recommended distance
between the Summit 3208 control panel and the keypad is 1,000 Meters or 3,000 Feet.
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To connect the keypads:
1. Connect the black
2. Connect the red
3. Connect the green
4. Connect the white
keypad wire to control panel terminal 5, the Common Ground.
keypad wire to control panel terminal 6, the +AUX power.
keypad wire to control panel terminal 7, the signal LSCP -.
keypad wire to control panel terminal 8, the signal LSCP +.
Keypad Sounder
Each keypad arrives equipped with a programmable internal sounder. The following is a list of the beeps the
sounder makes under different situations:
Long beep - For arming/disarming and zone chime (default).
3 medium beeps - For arming/disarming.
1 medium beep - For command acknowledgment and password acceptance.
1 low frequency beep - For command or password rejection.
1 short beep - For every key pressed.
Continuous beeping - During exit/entry delays - when programmed (default).
Long beep - If any zone is troubled.
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2.3: Wiring Diagrams
Electronics Line (E.L.) Ltd. SUMMIT models 3208/3208 plus
Household Burglary and Fire Alarm Panel
Electronics Line (E.L.), Ltd. recommends
testing the system at least once a week.
Refer to the testing procedure found in the
user manual [Part Number: ZI3622 (8/94)].
Receiver communication must be tested
monthly.
For maximum current calculation add keypad
consumption (60 mA) to the total current
drawn from the AUX power output.
The E or Emergency key on the model 3106/8
keypads has not been investigated by
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. Under UL
1637 the Standard for Home Health Care
Signaling Equipment.
PROTECTION
FUSES:
F1(BATT):
3A/250V(bel 5MF3)
F2(AUX):
1.6A/250V(bel
5MF1.6)
F3(BELL):
3A/250V(bel 5MF3)
Install F3 horizontally
to supply 10.2 - 13.8V
regulated
to
Bell.
Vertically to supply 9 18V unregulated to
Bell.
12V/6.5Ah Battery:
Use: GS PE 12V6.5 or
POWER SONIC PS-1270 (12V/7Ah) or
GS PE7-12R (12V/7Ah).
Replace the battery every 3 - 5 years.
The maximum charging current is 700mA.
+
-
AUXILIARY POWER OUTPUT:
Regulated 10.2 - 13.8 Vdc.
Fire: In accordance with CSFM (Fire): supplies
220mA for 24 hours.
Burglary: Supplies 1A for 4 hours (of which
100mA is supplied to the Fire detector).
B R
L E
A D
C
K
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
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B
R
O
W
N
G
R
A
Y
Fire Sensor Power Reset
G R
R E
E D
E
N
B R G W
L E R H
A D E I
C
E T
K
N E Z1
+ -
Z2 Z3
Z4 Z5
Z6 Z7
Z8
ZONE CONNECTIONS
RJ31X
USE ELECTRONICS
LINE
3106
LED
KEYPAD
Smoke
Detector
Output
10.2
13.8Vdc
max.
100mA.
N.C.
N.C.
2.2K 2.2K
1
1
/4W /4W
End-of-Line
Resistors
Install directly between
1
terminals 560 ohm /4W
USE ELECTRONICS
LINE
3108
LCD
KEYPAD
Label
Part
ML3230A (12/95)
This circuit is only for use
with a UL listed 4 wire smoke
detector. The power must be
supervised by an End-of-Line
1
Relay, 1K ohm, /4 W.
Number:
UL listed class II
Transformer 60 Hz
16.5Vac 40VA do
not connect to a
switch
controlled
receptacle.
+ AUX. Power
Output
Typical Zone
Connections
N.O. N.O.
No
conn.
N.O.
+
Connect
to Earth
Ground
Bell/Siren Output
600mA available for Fire
and Burglary applications.
Use 4 wire smoke detector
1
and 1K, /4W resistor as
shown in diagram. Zone 8
(terminals 19 and 20) is
programmed as a fire
zone.
-
This equipment should be installed in accordance
with the NFPA 70 and NFPA 72, Chapter 2
standards. For further information write to the
This device complies with Parts 15 and 68 National Fire Protection Association, Battery March
of the FCC rules.
Park, MA 02269. Printed information describing
Manufacturer: Electronics Line (E.L.) Ltd. the installation, operation, testing, maintenance,
FCC Reg. No: HNA2YUx3206
evacuation planning and repair service is to be
REN = 1
Made in Israel
provided with this equipment.
OBSERVE PROPER WIRING CONNECTIONS!
(Refer to Installation, Operation and programming Manual ZI4325A, April 1995)
USE ONLY UL LIMITED ENERGY CABLE FOR ALL CONNECTIONS
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Electronics Line (E.L.) Ltd. SUMMIT 3208
Household Burglary and Fire Alarm Panel
TELCOM
1 & 2:
3 & 4:
TELCOM
Handset
Telephone
Line
4 & 5: Telephone
Line
3 & 6: Handset
PROTECTION FUSES:
F1 (BATT): 3A/250V (bel 5MF3)
F2 (AUX): 1.6A/250V (bel 5MF1.6)
F3 (BELL): 3A/250V (bel 5MF3)
Install F3:
Horizontally to supply 10.2 to 13.8V to Siren.
Vertically to supply 9 to 18V to Siren (unregulated).
J4 TELEPHONE CONNECTOR
1
2
3
4
1
Use connector provided and attach phone
lines
and
handset
according
to
instructions provided.
-or8
K5
1 - N.C.
2 - C.
3 - N.O.
RED
12V/6.5Ah BATTERY
Use GS PE12V 6.5 or POWER
SONIC PS-1270 (12V/7Ah) or GS
PE7-12R (12V/7Ah).
Replace every 3 to 5 years.
Max. Charging current 700mA.
BLACK
AUXILIARY POWER OUTPUT:
Regulated 10.2 to 13.8Vdc
According with CSFM (Fire):
supplies 220mA for 24 hours.
For Burglary:
supplies 1Amp for 4 hours
(including 100mA to fire detector).
SIREN AUDIO
OUTPUT
8 ohms, 8 Watts
Internally connected to
+ Aux. Power output.
K6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 2728 29
black
Connect to
Earth Ground
red
green
Z1
white
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Z6
Z7
ZONE CONNECTIONS
USE ELECTRONICS LINE
3108 LCD KEYPAD
N.O.
N.O.
N.C.
N.C.
USE ELECTRONICS LINE
3106 LED KEYPAD
Typical Zone
Connections
2.2K
1/4W
2.2K
1/4W
End-Of-Line
Resistors
Z8
Not in
use
+ Aux. Power
Output
SMOKE
DETECTOR
Power output 10.2
to 13.8Vdc max.
100mA
3106/3108 KEYPAD CONSUMPTION IS 60 mA. Add to current
drawn from Aux. Power output for the maximum current
calculation.
Transformer 50Hz 16.5VA
do not connect to a
receptacle controlled by a
switch.
Electronics Line (E.L.) Ltd.
Recommends testing the
system at least once a
week. Refer to the User
Manual (ZI3622, Aug 94)
for
testing
procedure.
Receiver communication
must
be tested
monthly.
Label
PN: ML4159C
(7/97)
OBSERVE PROPER WIRING CONNECTIONS!
(Refer to Installation, Operation and Programming Manual)
Use appropriate telephone connector installation instructions to ensure telephone communication!
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Electronics Line (E.L.) Ltd. SUMMIT 3208 Control Dialler
TELCOM
TELCOM
4 & 5: Telephone
Line
3 & 6: Handset
1 & 2:Handset
3 & 4:Telephone
Line
PROTECTION FUSES:
F1 (BATT): 3A/250V (bel 5MF3)
F2 (AUX): 1.6A/250V (bel 5MF1.6)
F3 (BELL): 3A/250V (bel 5MF3)
Install F3:
Horizontally to supply 10.2 to 13.8V to horn speaker.
Vertically to supply 9 to 18V to horn speaker.
J4 TELEPHONE CONNECTOR
1
2
3
4
1
Use connector provided and attach phone
lines
and
handset
according
to
instructions provided.
-or8
K5
AUXILIARY POWER OUTPUT:
Regulated 10.2 to 13.8Vdc
According with CSFM (Fire):
supplies 220mA for 24 hours.
For Burglary:
supplies 1Amp for 4 hours
(including 100mA to fire detector).
Horn Speaker
8 Watts, 8 Ohm
Internally connected to + Aux. Power
output. Timed output default.
K6
1 - N.C.
2 - C.
3 - N.O.
12V/6.5Ah BATTERY
RED
Use GS PE12V 6.5 or POWER
SONIC PS-1270 (12V/7Ah) or GS
PE7-12R (12V/7Ah).
Replace every 3 to 5 years.
Max. Charging current 700mA.
BLACK
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 2728 29
black
Latched
Default (for
Piezo/Strobe)
red
Z2
Z1
green
white
Z3
Z4
Z5
Z8
Z7
Z6
Not in
use
ZONE CONNECTIONS
USE ELECTRONICS LINE
3108 LCD KEYPAD
N.O.
N.O.
N.C.
USE ELECTRONICS LINE
3106 LED KEYPAD
Typical Zone
Connections
SMOKE +
DETECTOR
N.C.
2.2K
1/4W
2.2K
1/4W
Transformer 50Hz 16.5VA
do not connect to a
receptacle controlled by a
switch.
+ Aux. Power
Output
-
Power output 10.2 to
13.8Vdc
max.
100mA
End-Of-Line
Resistors
Electronics Line (E.L.) Ltd.
Recommends testing the
system at least once a week.
Refer to the User Manual
(ZI3622, Aug 94) for testing
procedure.
3106/3108 KEYPAD CONSUMPTION IS 60 mA. Add to current
drawn from Aux. Power output for the maximum current
calculation. Label PN: ML4159b12/95
AUSTEL Approval No.
A96/03
ML4316B (7/97)
OBSERVE PROPER WIRING CONNECTIONS!
(Refer to Installation, Operation and Programming Manual)
Use appropriate telephone connector installation instructions to ensure telephone
communication!
3508
LSCP
MAX
or
or
OF
3528
LAN
4
Connect to
Earth Ground
Connect Screamer/Strobe (Latched)
1
2
3
+21
-22
Connect Screamer/Strobe (Reset)
+4
-22
RED
BLACK
STROBE
SCREAMER
RED
BLACK
STROBE
SCREAMER
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2.4: Terminal Connections
Telephone Line
Terminals 1, 2 ,3 and 4.
The telephone line (using the standard Telco wires) should be connected as follows: 1 (Brown) Home Tip, 2
(Gray) Home Ring, 3 (Green) Telco Tip, and 4 (Red) Telco Ring.
Keypad Connections
Terminals 5(-),6(+),7(LSCP-),8(LSCP+):
Connect all of the high speed 4 wire bus units to the following terminals;
5 (Black) Common Ground -, 6 (Red) AUX power +, 7 (Green) LSCP - signal, and 8 (White) LSCP + signal.
Make sure that the wires are connected to the same connections on the keypad. Note wire colors when making
the connection. Wires may be connected by starring the connection and/or by daisy chaining. To daisy chain
the connection, connect all of the keypads to another keypad, having one connected to the control panel (i.e.
keypad #3 to keypad #2, keypad #2 to keypad #1, etc.). To star the connection, connect all of the keypads to
four wires running out of the terminal block.
Zone Connections
Terminals 9(+), 10(-), 11(+), 10(-), 12(+), 13(-), 14(+), 13(-), 15(+), 16(-), 17(+), 16(-), 18(+), 19(-), 20(-):
Zone 1 = terminals 9 and 10. Zone 2 = terminals 11 and 10. Zone 3 = terminals 12 and 13. Zone 4 =
terminals 14 and 13. Zone 5 = terminals 15 and 16. Zone 6 = terminals 17 and 16. Zone 7 = terminals 18
and 19. Zone 8 = terminals 20 and 19 (Fire by default).
All zones can be programmed to be Normally Open, Normally Closed, or supervised burglary via 2.2K ohm
EOLR.
Auxiliary Power Output
Terminals 21(+), 22(-):
Supplies power at 10.2 to 13.8Vdc. For Fire application the maximum current is 220mA for 24 hours (including
keypads and smoke detectors). For Burglary applications the maximum current is 1Amp for 4 hours (including
keypads and smoke detectors).
Terminal 23
This terminal not used in all control panels. Contact your distributor to verify if this terminal is being used.
Smoke Detector Power Output
Terminals 24(+), 25(-):
These terminals provide up to 100mA for powering the unit’s smoke detectors. The (-) terminal (25) can be
interrupted by fire alarm/smoke alarm verification, and is restored either automatically or manually. For more
information on programming this feature, please refer to Chapter Five: Programming.
Bell Power Output
Terminals 26(+), 27(-):
Connect these terminals to supply power to the bell. The power requirements are as follows: AUX power (10.2
to 13.8Vdc regulated; 9 - 18 Vdc unregulated), rated at 600mA. with 40VA transformer. Pulsed signals are
available for special alarm types, including CSFM (California State Fire Marshall).
16.5Vac Input
Terminals 28(+), 29(-):
Connect a 16.5Vac Class II transformer rated at 40VA, using 18awg wire.
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2.5: K5 and K6 Relays in the Summit 3208
Certain Summit 3208 boards come equipped with 2 on-board relays (please refer to the third wiring diagram).
Relay K5 is a dry contact, while relay K6 supplies the auxiliary power output. These relays are programmed at
parameter addresses 482 - 485. When a 3407 relay module is used, in addition to the K5 and K6 on-board
relays, relays 1 and 2 from the module work simultaneously with the on-board relays. Note: When using a
3407 Relay module, relays 1 and 2 work in conjunction with relays K5 (relay 1) and K6 (relay 2).
Programming of the K5 and K6 relays overrides the programming of relays 1 and 2, and vice versa.
2.6: Fuse Replacement
There are 3 fuses in the 3208 control panel board, all of which are accessible through an opening in the circuit
board’s metal cover. The layout of the fuses is as follows:
F1
Battery Protection
3 Amp / 250V
Bell Pow er output
Protection
3 Amp / 250V
F3
F2
Install in Horizontal position
To get (10.2 to 13.8Vdc)
A t Bell Pow er output
(Regulated) This is the position
in w hich the fuse is provided
Install in Vertical position to
get Unregulated (9 to 18Vdc)
A t Bell Pow er output
A U X Pow er output
Protection
1.6 Amp / 250V
The battery charger circuit and the 3208 panel are protected from a short circuit by the battery protection fuse.
To replace this fuse use a bel 5MF3 or other 3A / 250V fuse.
The Bell/Power protection fuse protects the switched Bell output (terminal 26). Installing the fuse in the
horizontal position will drive the regulated 10.2 to 13.8Vdc output to the bell. Installing the fuse in the vertical
position will drive the unregulated (approx. 9 to 18Vdc) output to the bell. To replace this fuse use a bel 5MF3
or other 3A / 250V fuse.
The AUX output protection fuse protects the current drawn from terminals 6 (keypad power), 21 (AUX output
and detectors) and 24 (Fire sensor power). To replace this fuse use a bel 5MF1.6 or other 1.6A / 250V fuse.
MAKE SURE YOU REPLACE A FUSE WITH THE CORRECT RATING !
2.7: Turning on the System
Once all of the systems components are properly connected to their destination terminals, the Summit is ready
to be turned on. To avoid the risk of electrical shock or damage to the control panel, make sure that both the
AC supplier and the battery are connected properly before plugging in the system. If you experience any
difficulties in applying power to the unit, please contact Electronics Line’s Technical Support Department at
972-3-921-1110.
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2.8: System Testing
All system functions can be tested manually (by the operator/installer), through the LED or LCD keypads. Many
of the following tests are executed automatically by the control panel. These tests include: battery test
(executed once every 30 seconds), telephone communicator test, bell test (every alarm or arming ring), onboard relay test, and circuit test (which is executed all the time). Testing can not be done if any of the subsystems are armed. For further information on testing using the keypads please refer to the chapters relating to
each keypad’s operation.
To enter Test Mode:
1. Press “SELECT” plus the appropriate three digit number (listed next to each test).
2. Enter an authorized user code.
or (on the LCD keypad only):
1. Press the “MENU/NEXT” key until the service menu is displayed.
2. Press “SELECT”.
3. Scroll, pressing the “MENU/NEXT” key until the test menu is displayed.
4. Press “SELECT”.
5. Scroll until the desired test is displayed and press “SELECT” to make the desired selection.
6. Enter an authorized user code.
Walk Test - Press “SELECT” 4, 2, 1 or select walk test from the test menu. Zone activation will result in a
beep from the appropriate keypad. To end the walk test select the “AWAY” key. If a walk test is not manually
terminated within 4:15 minutes, the system automatically returns to the previous mode. Note: No zone will
create an alarm, even if the zone is programmed as a 24 hour or fire zone.
Bell Test - Press “SELECT” 4, 2, 2 or select bell test from the test menu. A 1 second ring is heard. The test is
terminated automatically after this ring, requiring no further action.
Telephone Communicator Test - Press “SELECT” 4, 2, 3 or select telephone test from the test menu. A test
message will be sent to all central stations that are programmed to receive communications from the control
panel (programmed at addresses 309 - 313). The report code for this message is at parameter address 472.
The control panel returns to normal operation while the system initiates the telephone communication test.
Note: The control panel will seize the telephone line to run this test.
Circuit Test - The system test the electronic circuitry, making sure that all are in proper working order. This
test is done constantly.
Battery Test - Press “SELECT” 4, 2, 6. The battery condition will be tested under loading conditions, the
control panel will return to normal operation, and the battery status display will be updated. For the test to be
successful the voltage must not be lower than 10.8V under loading conditions. This test is automatically
executed by the system every 30 seconds.
On-board Relay Test (Applies only to boards containing the K5 and K6 on-board relays) - Press “SELECT” 8,
4, 1 or select relay, entering the appropriate relay number, from the Set Relay Menu. The control panel will test
the relay/s. Press “SELECT” 8, 3, 1 to deactivate the relay/s.
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CHAPTER THREE: SYSTEM OPERATION FOR THE 3108 LCD KEYPAD
3.1: General
The Summit 3208 can be operated by using either the 3108 LCD or 3106 LED keypads. Operation of the
system with the 3106 LED keypad is discussed in Chapter Four: System Operation for the 3106 LED Keypad
on page 28.
All of the parameters, user codes, telephone numbers and other options are factory programmed to default
program 1. In addition, all of the parameters can be programmed using either the local keypads or the remote
programming software. Refer to Chapter Five: Programming, page 37, for instructions relating to
programming the system.
3.2: Display and Controls
Keypad Layout
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Keypad LED Indicators
ARMED: On when the system is armed, off when the system is disarmed. If alarms have taken place during
an arming period (in a particular sub-system) the armed indicator will blink quickly, when armed, and once
every five seconds when disarmed.
POWER: On when both the AC and the backup battery are connected and within battery voltage of over 10.8V
and AC power supply is between 58 - 62 Hz. The indicator blinks slowly when the battery is low and is off when
the AC is missing.
Keys and Keypad Functions
0 - 9: The numeric keys are used to enter user codes, to set telephone numbers, to issue commands by
numbers, and to select items from the menu, when in menu mode.
Q , #: These keys are used in programming the control panel. The Q key is programmed for immediate
arming, when pressed after a normal arming, thus canceling the entry and exit delays. In addition, Q key is
used for moving back to the previous item during operation. The # key is used to enter hexadecimal digits
during programming.
MENU
NEXT Key: Pressing the “MENU/NEXT” key displays the main menu, when in normal display mode. This key
is used to scroll through the menu items. This key also serves to log in an arrival when in latch key mode. In
addition this key, when held down for over one second, is used in conjunction with E, F, P keys for the
generation of an emergency code.
SELECT: Pressing the “SELECT” key, followed by a function number causes a system function to occur, when
the display is in system status mode. Pressing this key, when the display is in menu mode, will result in the
selection of the item specified in the menu.
STAY: Pressing the “STAY” key, when the system is ready to arm, arms the system's perimeter zones only.
This key may be programmed for one key arming, allowing the user to arm the system without having to enter a
user code. Pressing the “STAY” key returns the display back to the main display when in programming mode.
AWAY: Pressing the “AWAY” key, when the system is ready to arm, arms the system's perimeter and interior
zones. Programming this button for one key arming allows the end user to arm the system without a user code.
Pressing “AWAY” returns the display back to the main menu when scrolling or programming.
Adjusting the contrast on the LCD display
If the LCD display should become unclear, due to lighting or during shipping, the contrast may be adjusted.
Bright
Dim
Contrast adjust
Rear view, cover open
To adjust the LCD keypad contrast:
1. Open the back cover of the keypad.
2. Turn the contrast adjust until the display is clear. This knob is located on the center part of the keypad.
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3.3: System Status Displays
Arming Display
Description
System ready to arm:
System ready to arm with bypassed zones:
System not ready to arm due to open zones:
System armed, exit delay counting:
System armed, exit delay ended - system is fully
armed:
System Perimeter armed, exit delay ended (STAY
pressed):
System armed, immediate mode:
Display
SYSTEM 1 READY
SYSTEM 1 READY
(BYPASSED)
SYSTEM NOT RDY
(OPEN ZONES)
SYSTEM 1 ARMED
EXIT NOW !
SYSTEM 1 ARMED
SYSTEM 1 ARMED/S
SYSTEM 1 ARMED
IMMEDIATE
Zone Status Display
Zone status will only be displayed if detailed
display is selected:
-or-orFor zone 4, bedroom, in alarm (appears only if an
alarm has taken place):
ZONE 01 OPEN
BEDROOM
ZONE 03 BYPASSED
FRONT DOOR
ZONE 04 TROUBLED
KITCHEN
ZONE 04 IN ALARM
BEDROOM
System Status Display
System AC was lost:
SYSTEM AC LOSS
System Backup battery is too low (under 10.8V):
SYSTEM LOW BATT
Communication or telephone supervision has
failed:
Time and Date display (Set Time and Date by
SELECT, 4, 1 and Passcode):
Note: This display scrolls every few seconds.
TELEPHONE COMM.
FAILURE
THU , 28 JUL 94
12 : 37 PM
Refer to Appendix A for information on returning system status to normal display.
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3.4: Menu Selections/Direct Commands
There are two ways to initiate an operation on the control panel.
Direct Command Codes
Initiating a command can be performed when the keypad is in normal status display mode.
To select a command using the LCD keypad:
1. Press “SELECT”.
2. Press the desired operation code (refer to the “Command Codes” table listed bellow).
3. Key in an authorized user code, if prompted to (refer to “User codes”).
After the command is executed an acknowledgment tone will be heard.
Command Codes.
0
Access Control
1X
Disarm System X (1 - 4)
21X Immediate Arm System X (1 - 4)
22X Force Arm System X (1 - 4)
23X Perimeter Arm System X (1 - 4)
24X Normal Arm System X (1 - 4)
25X Late to Close HHMM
31X Bypass Zone X (1 - 32)
32X Unbypass Zone X (1 - 32)
33
Chime On
34
Chime Off
39
Unbypass All zones
41
Set Time HHMM, MMDDYY
421
Walk Test
422
Bell Test
423
Telephone Test
425
System Test
426
Battery Test
43
44
45
46
5
61
63
64X
65X
66
67
71
72
73
741
742
83X
84X
Fire Sensor Power Reset
Bell Cancel
Stop Telephone Call
Follow Me
User Codes
View Log
Clear Log
Detailed Display of System (1 - 4)
Summarized Display of System (1 - 4)
Detailed display of all Systems
Summarized Display of all Systems
Manual Programming
Default Programming 1
Default Programming 2(Partitioned)
Remote Programming: off hook
Remote Programming: Callback
Reset Relay X
Set Relay X
Menu Selections (LCD keypad only)
To make a selection from the menu:
1. Press “MENU” when the display is in normal status display mode. The main menu will be displayed and
the selection pointed to by >.
2. Press “NEXT” to scroll through all of this menus options.
3. Press “SELECT” to make a selection (indicated by the arrow). The system may ask you to enter an
authorized passcode.
4. Enter an authorized passcode (if asked to do so). The operation will be executed.
For example:
Selection
Pressing “MENU” for the first time will display:
Display
>1 OPEN / DISARM
NEXT. . .
Pressing “NEXT” will display the next selections >2 CLOSE / ARM
(from the same menu):
NEXT. . .
Pressing “SELECT” when the CLOSE/ARM menu >21 IMMEDIATE
is selected will display:
NEXT. . .
Note: The selection numbers are the direct command numbers for the specified operation or menu. You
can use the codes to execute these commands without having to scroll through the menu. Refer to the
menu selection operating procedure for direct command initiation.
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Main Menu
0 - ACCESS CONTROL
1 - DISARM
2 - ARM
21 - IMMEDIATE ARM
22 - FORCE ARM
23 - PERIMETER ARM
24 - NORMAL ARM
25 - LATE TO CLOSE
3 - BYPASS
31 - BYPASS ZONE
32 - UNBYPASS ZONE
33 - CHIME ON
34 - CHIME OFF
39 - UNBYPASS ALL
4 - SERVICE
41 - SET TIME & DATE
42 - TEST
421 - WALK TEST
422 - BELL TEST
423 - TELEPHONE TEST
425 - SYSTEM TEST
426 - BATTERY TEST
43 - FIRE SENSOR RESET
44 - BELL CANCEL
45 - STOP
COMMUNICATIONS
46 - FOLLOW ME
5 - USER CODES
6 - VIEW/LOG
61 - VIEW LOG
63 - CLEAR LOG
64 - DETAILED SYSTEM
DISPLAY 1-4
65 - SUMMARIZED SYSTEM
DISPLAY 1-4
66 - DETAILED SYSTEM
DISPLAY ALL
67 - SUMMARIZED SYSTEM
DISPLAY ALL
68 - SHOW VERSIONS
7 - PROG.
71 - MANUAL PROGRAMMING
72 - LOAD DEFAULT
PROGRAM #1
73 - LOAD DEFAULT
PROGRAM #2
74 - REMOTE
PROGRAMMING
741 - OFF HOOK
742 - CALLBACK
8 - AUX RELAY
83 - RESET RELAY
84 - SET RELAY
3.5: Arming/Disarming
Normal Arming (STAY/AWAY) & Disarming
If the armed indicator is on the system is armed. If it is off the system is disarmed.
To arm the system:
Press “AWAY” or “STAY” depending on the desired arming (perimeter and interior or perimeter only). The
system can also be armed by keying in an authorized passcode.
To disarm the system:
Key in an authorized passcode. If the system is in alarm, entering an authorized passcode will disarm the
system and shut off the siren.
Forced Arming
If any zones are not secured, during the arming operation, but will become secured before the end of the exit
delay or the completion of arming, it is possible to force arm the system. This is dependent on whether forced
arming has been enabled at address 494. The central station will be notified of the forced arming. Electronics
Line recommends waiting until all of the zones are secured and the system can be armed normally. Note: If
zones are still not secured after the exit delay has ended, an alarm will be sounded.
To force arm the system:
1. Press the “SELECT” key.
2. Press 2, 2.
3. Enter an authorized user code. The arming beep will sound.
Immediate Arming
If users wish to arm the system without having an entry or exit delay, they may do so by selecting to immediate
arm the system.
To arm the system immediately:
1. Press “STAY” (for perimeter only) or “AWAY” (for perimeter + interior), according to the desired arming
mode.
2. Press the “Q“ key. This operation cancels both entry and exit delays.
or
1. Press “SELECT” 2, 1.
2. Enter the sub-system number.
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3.6: Emergency and Duress
Emergency
In the case of an emergency, 3 types of codes can be generated by pressing two keys, first the “MENU/NEXT”
key and then, while keeping the “MENU/NEXT” button pressed, the desired emergency key, for more than 1
second. These codes will be reported to the central station and, if programmed to, will activate the bell. The
emergency code key combinations are:
•MENU and E = Emergency (Report code at parameter address 476, if programmed).
•MENU and F = Fire alarm emergency (Report code at parameter address 477 if programmed).
•MENU and P = Police emergency (Report code at parameter address 478 if programmed).
Duress
Each Summit 3208 is capable of being programmed with a code for a duress situation. This user code will
perform the selected operation, while sending a duress code to the central station. A user code, programmed
as a duress code, has an authorization level of 15, and is reported from address 479 (if programmed) to the
central station.
3.7: User Codes
User codes allow or deny access to the control panel functions. There are 16 programmable user codes within
the control panel. Most operations executed from the control panel require a user code. Each code can be
programmed to be 3 to 6 digits long. User codes are assigned an authorization level of 1 through 15. Changing
these authorization levels is done by reprogramming the authorization level of a specified code. The following
authorization levels accomplish the following operations:
Level 0
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
Level 6
Level 7
Level 8
Level 9
Level 10
Level 11
Level 12
Level 13
Level 14
Level 15
No functions are assigned to the user code.
Allows only normal arming (AWAY).
Operations of Level 1 + STAY arming.
Operations of Level 2 + Forced arming.
Operations of Level 3 + Disarming, Bell canceling, Auxiliary relay
operations, and fire sensor power reset.
Operations of Level 4 + Log view, Follow Me telephone number programming.
Operations of Level 5 + Zone bypassing, Clock change, Late to Close, Log clear, and
Remote programming.
Operations of Level 6 + User code programming.
Same as Level 7.
Operations of Level 7 + Tests.
Operations of Level 9 + Programming + Keypad display change.
Not available at this time.
Allows only Tests & Programming.
Allows only Log view & clear.
Allows only Tests.
Duress code level allows Arm, Disarm, Sensor Reset, Stop Call and Bell Cancel.
User codes and partitioning
When a Summit is partitioned into several sub-systems, user codes are either associated with specific subsystems, or the entire system. Assigning a user code to only one system (1 through 4) will default all operations
to that system (e.g.: if user code 134 was assigned to system 3, then keying the code 134 will arm/disarm
system 3 only, without the need to indicate the system number). To assign a user code to all of the systems
enter system 5. Note: A user code authorized to all of the subsystems can not perform functions
affecting the entire system (i.e. arming or disarming the entire system) but rather those of an individual
sub-system.
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Programming User Codes
To program user codes:
1. Select “USER CODES” from main menu or press “SELECT” 5. The LCD display will prompt to enter an
authorized user code.
1. Enter an authorized user code. The display will read:
USER 01 : > 3208. .
SYS. : 1 LEVEL: 10
In the above example: the user number displayed is 1. The user code is “3208” - 4 digits with “..” following,
signifying that two additional digits were not used in this user code. Only system 1 is assigned to this user
code (refer to partitioned mode, section 3.10: Partitioned/Unpartitioned Operation). The user code
authorization level is 10. The current or programmable field is specified by >. To assign a user code to all
of the systems, program the system number as 5.
3. To scroll through all user codes, press “NEXT” to move ahead and “Q” to move back.
4. To scroll through the different fields, press “SELECT”.
5. To change the value of the field marked by a >, key in the desired numeric value.
6. Press “AWAY” to leave the user programming operation.
Note: It is impossible to assign an access level greater than the one used to enter the function or to
view user codes assigned to a higher access level. A higher level user code, beginning with the same
numeric combination as another user code, should be assigned numbers of greater value to prevent
being locked out of the system.
3.8: Zone Bypassing/Unbypassing
The Summit 3208 offers the user the option of bypassing zones so that they are not included in an arming.
Bypassing and unbypassing can be performed only if the system is disarmed (“ARMED” indicator is off) and on
the zones belonging to the sub-system assigned to the keypad in use. Once in bypass mode, the system
remains in the mode so that other zones can be bypassed, without having to re-access zone bypass mode.
To bypass a zone:
1. Press “MENU”.
2. Select Bypass.
3. Press “SELECT”.
4. Enter the zone number, and an authorized user code.
or
1. Press “SELECT” 3, 1.
2. Enter the zone number and an authorized user code.
To unbypass a zone:
1. Select unbypass from the bypass menu, or press “SELECT” 3, 2.
2. Enter bypassed zone number.
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To unbypass all zones:
1. Press “SELECT” 3, 9.
2. Enter an authorized user code.
Note: Enter zone number and then “NEXT” when bypassing or unbypassing zones 1, 2 or 3 on a unit
with zone expanders. It is not necessary to enter a user code when bypassing/unbypassing if the onekey arming option has been activated.
3.9: Event Log
The event log records up to the last 32 events the system has undergone. Once the log is full the oldest event
will be erased, i.e. FIFO (first in, first out).
View Event Log
To view the event log:
1. From the main menu select “VIEW/LOG” and press “SELECT”, “VIEW LOG”, or press “SELECT” 6, 1.
2. Enter an authorized user code.
3. Scroll through the log by pressing the next key. The events will be displayed starting with the oldest event
in the log, and continue until the newest event in the log is displayed. After the last event has been viewed,
pressing the “MENU/NEXT” key will result in the system exiting the event log.
4. Press “AWAY” to exit the log.
The events display will look like the following:
Log Event
Day 23 in month, time is 12:45, alarm from zone 2
Bathroom
Day 23 in month, time is 12:50, system 1 is closed
(P) perimeter by user 11.
System message: Last message was sent to
central station successfully.
Log viewing completed.
Display
23 12:45 ALARM
BATHROOM, 02
23 12:50 CLOSE-S
SYS.1 BY USER 11
23 13:56 SYSTEM
REPORT SENT
*** END OF LOG ***
Clear Event Log
To clear the log:
1. Select “VIEW” menu, and “CLEAR LOG” or press “SELECT” 6, 3.
2. Enter an authorized user code. The message ***END OF LOG*** will be displayed, and the log will be
erased. This will also clear blinking of the ARMED indicator.
3.10: Partitioned Operation/Unpartitioned Operation
The Summit 3208 offers the user the option of operating the system in either partitioned or unpartitioned mode.
Partitioned mode separates the system into up to four separate sub-systems, all of which are fully operable
from a single Summit control panel. Default program 2 is intended for use with the partitioned mode.
Partition mode is set through programming parameters into the system. For information on parameter
programming refer to the parameter programming section in Chapter Five: Programming.
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The following is a list of the parameters affecting partitioned mode:
Parameter
Number
001, 005,
009 - 125
137, 139, 141, 143,
145, 147, 149, 151
192 - 239
396 - 409
411
494
Description of
Parameter
The second digit of this parameter effects the system assignment
for different zones.
The second digit of this parameter programs to which system
each keypad belongs.
These parameters establish the different sub-system account
numbers.
These parameters set the opening and closing windows for each
partition for each day of the week.
This parameter sets the bell/siren activation for each partition of
the system.
This parameter sets the arming/disarming message sent to the
central station and also the arming beep for each system.
User Codes
User codes are assigned to any sub-system or to the entire system during user code programming. For more
information on the programming of user codes refer to page 22.
System Display
The keypad can display either the entire system or a specific sub-system.
To program the system display:
1. From the main menu, select “VIEW/LOG”.
2. Press the “MENU/NEXT” key to scroll through the system view selections.
3. Press “SELECT” to select the desired system view command options from the following:
ùdetailed system, 6, 4
ùsummarized system, 6, 5
ùdetailed all systems, 6, 6
ùsummary of all systems, 6, 7
ùshow software version, 6, 8
or
Press “SELECT” 6 and the desired option (4, 5, 6 or 7).
4. If a specific sub-system display was selected the LCD display will read “SELECT SYSTEM 1-4”. Key in the
desired system number.
5. Enter an authorized user code.
Note: “SUMMARY DISPLAY” will show only the ready/not ready system status and the system trouble
system status. “DETAILED DISPLAY” shows the above plus bypassed/unbypassed and open/alarm
zone status.
System Arming & Disarming
Arming and disarming a sub-system is similar to arming a non-partitioned system. Pressing the “STAY” or
“AWAY” key on the displayed system/assigned system’s keypad or entering a user code will arm only the subsystem to which the user code has been assigned. Disarming the sub-system is done by entering an authorized
user code. The four sub-systems are supported by all of the arming modes.
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To arm/disarm another partitioned system:
1. Press “MENU/NEXT”.
2. Scroll through the menu by pressing on the “MENU/NEXT” key.
3. Press “SELECT” to make a selection. If necessary, scroll until you reach your selection from a sub-menu.
or
Press “SELECT” plus the command digit/s. See below for a list of the command digits.
4. Enter system number.
5. Enter an authorized user code.
Command Digits:
Disarm:
Normal Arm:
Perimeter Arm:
Forced arm:
Immediate Arm:
“SELECT” 1.
“SELECT” 2, 4.
“SELECT” 2, 3.
“SELECT” 2, 2.
“SELECT” 2, 1.
Note: It is impossible to assign an access level or view user codes greater than the one used to enter
the function. A higher level user code, beginning with the same numeric combination as another user
code, should be assigned numbers of greater value to prevent being locked out of the system.
3.11: Additional Operations
Set Time & Date
1. Press “SELECT” 4, 1. The panel asks you to enter a user code.
2. Enter an authorized user code. The panel asks you to set the time.
3. Enter the time in 24 hour format (HHMM).
4. Press either the “MENU/NEXT” or “AWAY” keys. The panel asks you to set the date.
5. Enter the date (MMDDYY).
6. Press the “AWAY” key. The panel returns to normal operation.
Fire Sensor Reset
1. Press “SELECT” 4, 3. The panel asks you to enter a user code.
2. Enter an authorized user code. The power to the fire sensors will be interrupted momentarily, and then
restored to reset smoke detector operation.
Bell Cancel
To stop the bell during operation, either disarm the system, or:
1. Press “SELECT” 4, 4. The panel asks you to enter a user code.
2. Enter an authorized user code. The bell will stop ringing immediately and the system (if programmed) will
send a bell cancel code from address 475.
Stop Communications
To stop all communications and clear communication message buffers:
1. Press “SELECT” 4, 5. The panel asks you to enter an authorized user code.
2. Enter an authorized user code. All communication buffers will be cleared and all communications will stop
immediately.
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Follow Me
To program a telephone number (telephone #4) for the “follow me” feature:
1. Press “SELECT” 4, 6. The panel asks you to enter an authorized user code.
2. Enter an authorized user code. The system asks you to enter the telephone number.
3. Continue by entering the desired telephone number, using keys 0 through 9 as digits, key # as pause, and
key Q to switch to tone (DTMF) dialing.
Examples: To program telephone number 921-1110 using DTMF dialing, key Q9211110. To dial telephone
number 9211110 in pulse dialing, and then switch to tone dialing to access extension 231 after a pause, key in
9211110#Q231. Up to 16 digits can be entered, including a 3 second pause (#) and tone (Q) keys. The # key
will appear on the display as a T. The Q will appear on the screen as a “,”.
Note: Make sure all types of messages that need to be passed to the “follow me” number are routed
correctly (see Chapter Five: Programming). A follow me number can be set on any phone number,
however, only telephone number 4 can be changed through “SELECT” 4, 6.
Late To Close
When the opening/closing windows are operational, the control panel will have to be armed (closed) within the
programmed time frame. If the system will be armed at a later time (since someone is still on the premises), a
“late to close” condition will have to be reported to the control panel in order to delay the window.
To activate “late to close” condition:
1. Press “SELECT” 2, 5. The system asks you to enter the desired system number.
2. Enter the system number ('1' for non-partitioned control panel). The system asks you to enter a user code.
3. Enter an authorized user code. The system asks you to set time.
4. Enter the new approximate closing time in 24 hour format (HHMM). The command will be acknowledged
and the system will return to normal operation.
Latch Key
When the latch key feature is programmed (address 415) the “MENU/NEXT” key is used to acknowledge
arrivals or departures from the system during an opening or closing window, so that a message is not
transmitted to the central station. Windows can be programmed at addresses 389 - 395. An opening or closing
window can be disabled by entering a value of “FF” for the window at the appropriate opening or closing window
address.
Zone Chime
A zone can be programmed to chime.
To program a zone to chime:
1. Press “SELECT” 3,3. The display will prompt to enter the zone number.
2. Enter a zone number. The display will prompt to enter a user code.
3. Enter an authorized user code. The zone is programmed to chime.
To deactivate a zone chime:
1. Press “SELECT” 3, 4. The display will prompt to enter the zone number.
2. Enter the zone number. The display will prompt to enter a user code.
3. Enter an authorized user code. The zone will not chime.
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CHAPTER FOUR: SYSTEM OPERATION FOR THE 3106 LED KEYPAD
4.1: General
The Summit 3208 can be operated by using either the 3108 LCD or 3106 LED keypads. Operation of the
system with the 3108 LCD keypad is discussed in Chapter Three: System Operation for the 3108 LCD Keypad
on page 17.
All of the parameters, user codes, telephone numbers and other options are factory programmed to default
program 1. In addition, all of the parameters can be programmed using either the local keypads or the remote
programming software. Refer to Chapter Five: Programming, page 37, for instructions relating to
programming the system.
4.2: Display and Controls
Keypad Layout
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Keypad LED Indicators
1 - 8: Used to display zone status for zones 1 - 8, as well as system status.
READY: Indicates whether or not the system is ready to perform functions.
PROGRAM: Indicates whether or not the system is in programming mode.
BYPASS: Indicates if zones have been bypassed. The bypassed zone’s LED indicator will also be lit.
TROUBLE: Indicates if any alarms have taken place.
ARMED: On when the system is armed, off when the system is disarmed. If alarms have taken place during an
arming period (in a particular sub-system) the armed indicator will blink quickly when armed, and once every
five seconds when disarmed.
POWER: On when both the AC and the backup battery are connected and within battery voltage of over 10.8V
and AC power supply is between 58 - 62 Hz. The indicator blinks slowly when the battery is low and is off when
the AC is missing.
Keys and Keypad Functions
0 - 9: The numeric keys are used to enter user codes, to set telephone numbers, to issue commands by
numbers, and to select items from the menu, when in menu mode.
Q , #: These keys are used in programming the control panel. The Q key is programmed for immediate
arming, when pressed after a normal arming, thus canceling the entry and exit delays. The # key is used to
enter hexadecimal digits during programming.
MENU
NEXT Key: The “MENU/NEXT” key serves to log in an arrival when in latch key mode. In addition this key,
when held down for over one second, is used in conjunction with E, F, P keys for the generation of an
emergency code.
SELECT: Pressing the “SELECT” key, followed by a function number causes a system function to occur, when
the display is in system status mode. Pressing this key, when the display is in menu mode, will result in the
selection of the item specified in the menu.
STAY: Pressing the “STAY” key, when the system is ready to arm, arms the system's perimeter zones only.
This key may be programmed for one key arming, allowing the user to arm the system without having to enter a
user code. Pressing the “STAY” key returns the display back to the main display when in programming mode.
AWAY: Pressing the “AWAY” key, when the system is ready to arm, arms the system's perimeter and interior
zones. Programming this button for one key arming allows the end user to arm the system without a user code.
Pressing “AWAY” returns the display back to the main menu when scrolling or programming.
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4.3: Direct Commands
There are two ways to initiate an operation on the control panel.
Direct Command Codes
Initiating a command can be performed when the keypad is in normal status display mode.
To select a command using the LED keypad:
1. Press “SELECT”. The “Program” indicator will turn on.
2. Press the desired operation code (refer to the “Command Codes” table listed bellow).
3. If the “Program” indicator begins to blink, key in an authorized user code (refer to “User codes”).
After the command is executed an acknowledgment tone will be heard.
Command Codes
0
Access Control
1X
Disarm System X (1 - 4)
21X Immediate Arm System X (1 - 4)
22X Force Arm System X (1 - 4)
23X Perimeter Arm System X (1 - 4)
24X Normal Arm System X (1 - 4)
25X Late to Close HHMM
31X Bypass Zone X (1 - 32)
32X Unbypass Zone X (1 - 32)
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Chime On
34
Chime Off
39
Unbypass All zones
41
Set Time HHMM, MMDDYY
421
Walk Test
422
Bell Test
423
Telephone Test
425
System Test
426
Battery Test
43
44
45
46
5
61
63
64X
65X
66
67
71
72
73
741
742
83X
84X
Fire Sensor Power Reset
Bell Cancel
Stop Telephone Call
Follow Me
User Codes
View Log
Clear Log
Detailed Display of System (1 - 4)
Summarized Display of System (1 - 4)
Detailed display of all Systems
Summarized Display of all Systems
Manual Programming
Default Programming 1
Default Programming 2(Partitioned)
Remote Programming: off hook
Remote Programming: Callback
Reset Relay X
Set Relay X
4.4: Arming/Disarming
Normal Arming (STAY/AWAY) & Disarming
If the armed indicator is on the system is armed. If it is off the system is disarmed.
To arm the system:
Press “AWAY” or “STAY” depending on the desired arming (perimeter and interior or Perimeter only). The
system can also be armed by keying in an authorized passcode.
To disarm the system:
Key in an authorized passcode. If the system is in alarm, entering an authorized passcode will disarm the
system and shut off the siren.
Forced arming
If any zones are not secured, during the arming operation, but will become secured before the end of the exit
delay or the completion of arming, it is possible to force arm the system. This is dependent on whether forced
arming has been enabled at address 494. The central station will be notified of the forced arming. Electronics
Line recommends waiting until all zones are secured and arming the system can be done normally. Note: If
zones are still not secured after the exit delay has ended, an alarm will be sounded!
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To force arm the system:
1. Press the “SELECT” key.
2. Press 2, 2.
3. Enter an authorized user code. The arming beep will sound.
Immediate Arming
If users wish to arm the system without having an entry or exit delay, they may do so by selecting to immediate
arm the system.
To arm the system immediately:
1. Press “STAY” (for perimeter only) or “AWAY” (for perimeter + interior), according to the desired arming
mode.
2. Press the “Q“ key. This operation cancels both entry and exit delays.
or
1. Press “SELECT” 2, 1.
2. Enter the sub-system number.
4.5: Emergency and Duress
Emergency
In the case of an emergency, 3 types of codes can be generated by pressing two keys, first the “MENU/NEXT”
key and then, while keeping the “MENU/NEXT” button pressed, the desired emergency key, for more than 1
second. These codes will be reported to the central station and, if programmed to, will activate the bell. The
emergency code key combinations are:
•MENU and E = Emergency (Report code at parameter address 476, if programmed).
•MENU and F = Fire alarm emergency (Report code at parameter address 477 if programmed).
•MENU and P = Police emergency (Report code at parameter address 478 if programmed).
Duress
The Summit 3208 is capable of being programmed with a code for a duress situation. This user code will
perform the desired operation, while sending a duress code to the central station. A user code, programmed as
a duress code, has an authorization level of 15, and is reported from address 479 (if programmed) to the
central station.
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4.6: User Codes
User codes allow or deny access to the control panel functions. There are 16 programmable user codes within
the control panel. Most operations executed from the control panel require a user code. Each code can be
programmed to be 3 to 6 digits long. User codes are assigned an authorization level of 1 through 15.
Changing these authorization levels is done by reprogramming the authorization level of a specified code. The
following authorization levels accomplish the following operations:
Level 0
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
Level 6
Level 7
Level 8
Level 9
Level 10
Level 11
Level 12
Level 13
Level 14
Level 15
No functions are assigned to the user code.
Allows only normal arming (AWAY).
Operations of Level 1 + STAY arming.
Operations of Level 2 + Forced arming.
Operations of Level 3 + Disarming, Bell canceling, Auxiliary relay
operations, and fire sensor power reset.
Operations of Level 4 + Log view, Follow Me telephone number programming.
Operations of Level 5 + Zone bypassing, Clock change, Open/Close windows, Late to
Close, Log clear, and Remote programming.
Operations of Level 6 + User code programming.
Same as Level 7.
Operations of Level 7 + Tests.
Operations of Level 8 + Programming + Keypad display change.
Not available at this time.
Allows only Test & Programming.
Allows only Log view & clear.
Allows only Tests.
Duress code level allows Arm, Disarm, Sensor Reset, Stop Call and Bell Cancel.
User codes and partitioning
When a Summit is partitioned into several sub-systems, user codes are either associated with specific subsystems, or the entire system. Assigning a user code to only one sub-system (1 through 4) will default all
operations to that system (e.g.: if user code 134 was assigned to system 3, then keying the code 134 will
arm/disarm system 3 only, without the need to indicate the system number). To assign a user code to all of the
systems enter system 5. Note: A user code authorized to all of the subsystems can not perform
functions affecting the entire system (i.e. arming or disarming the entire system) but rather those of an
individual sub-system.
Programming User Codes
Refer to the chart below for a diagram of the LED indicators during user code programming.
To program user codes:
1. Press “SELECT” 5.
2. Enter an authorized user code. The LED display Zone indicators 1 - 4 and Zone 5 will indicate that you will
be able to begin programming user code 1.
3. Press “SELECT” to scroll through the different fields of the user data. Zone 6 indicates that you may
program the user’s system field, Zone 7 indicates that you may program the user level.
4. Enter data as desired.
5. Press “NEXT” to program user code 2, and so on for each user code.
6. Press “AWAY” to leave the user programming operation.
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1 2 3 4
USER NUMBER INDICATORS
FIELD INDICATORS
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
USER 9
USER 10
USER 11
USER 12
USER 5
USER 6
USER 7
USER 8
USER 1
USER 2
USER 3
USER 4
5 6 7 8
Enter User Code
5 6 7 8
Enter System assignment
1 2 3 4
USER 13
USER 14
USER 15
USER 16
5 6 7 8
Enter authorization level
Note: It is impossible to assign an access level or view user codes greater than the one used to enter
the function. A higher level user code, beginning with the same numeric combination as another user
code, should be assigned numbers of greater value to prevent being locked out of the system.
4.7: Zone Bypassing/Unbypassing
The Summit 3208 offers the user the option of bypassing zones so that they are not included in an arming.
Bypassing and unbypassing can be performed only if the system is disarmed (“ARMED” indicator is off) and on
the zones belonging to the sub-system assigned to the keypad in use. Once in bypass mode, the system
remains in the mode so that other zones can be bypassed, without having to re-access zone bypass mode.
To bypass a zone:
1. Press “SELECT” 3, 1.
2. Enter the zone number and an authorized user code.
To unbypass a zone:
1. Press “SELECT” 3, 2.
2. Enter bypassed zone number.
To unbypass all zones:
1. Press “SELECT” 3, 9.
2. Enter an authorized user code.
Note: Enter zone number and then “NEXT” when bypassing or unbypassing zones 1, 2 or 3 on a unit
with zone expanders. It is not necessary to enter a user code when bypassing/unbypassing if the onekey arming option has been activated.
4.8: Event Log
The event log records up to the last 32 events the system has undergone. Once the log is full the oldest event
will be erased, i.e. FIFO (first in, first out).
View Event Log
To view the event log:
1. Press “SELECT” 6, 1.
2. Enter an authorized user code. The “Program” indicator light will be turned on.
3. Press the “MENU/NEXT” key to scroll through event messages. The next event will be displayed. After the
last event has been viewed, pressing the “MENU/NEXT” key will result in the system exiting the event log.
4. After the newest event the “Program” indicator will turn off and normal status display will resume.
If there are any events are logged in the event log, the first will be displayed as follows:
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Log Event
Alarm from zone:
Display
The appropriate zone indicator will be on.
Trouble from zone:
The appropriate zone indicator will be blinking.
Opening System:
Zone indicator 5 and system number (1 - 4) will be on to identify the
system number.
Closing System (AWAY):
Zone indicator 5 and system number (1 - 4) will be on to identify the
system number.
Closing System (STAY):
Zone indicator 7 and system number (1 - 4) will be on to identify the
system number.
Closing System (FORCE):
Zone indicator 6 and system number (1 - 4) will be on to identify the
system number.
System Trouble:
Trouble indicator will be on, and zone 1 through 6 indicators will
identify the trouble type: 1: Emergency Key, 2: Fire Key, 3: Police
key, 4: Duress, 5: Telephone report failed, 6: Telephone report sent.
Clear Event Log
To clear the event log:
1. Press “SELECT” 6, 3. The “Program” indicator will turn on and then begin blinking
2. Enter an authorized user code. The command will be executed and the “Program” indicator will turn off.
4.9: Partitioned/Unpartitioned Operation
The Summit 3208 offers the user the option of operating the system in either partitioned or unpartitioned mode.
Partitioned mode separates the system into up to four separate sub-systems, all of which are fully operable
from a single Summit control panel. Default program 2 is intended for use with the partitioned mode.
Partition mode is set through programming parameters into the system. For information on parameter
programming refer to the parameter programming section in Chapter Five: Programming.
The following is a list of the parameters effecting partitioned mode:
Parameter
Number
001, 005,
009 - 125
137, 139, 141, 143,
145, 147, 149, 151
192 - 239
396 - 409
411
494
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Description of
Parameter
The second digit of this parameter effects the system assignment
for different zones.
The second digit of this parameter programs to which system
each keypad belongs.
These parameters establish the different sub-system account
numbers.
These parameters set the opening and closing windows for each
partition for each day of the week.
This parameter sets the bell/siren activation for each partition of
the system.
This parameter sets the arming/disarming message sent to the
central station and also the arming beep for each system.
User Codes
User codes are assigned to any sub-system or to the entire system during user code programming. For more
information on the programming of user codes refer to page 32.
System Arming & Disarming
Arming and disarming a sub-system is similar to arming a non-partitioned system. Pressing the “STAY” or
“AWAY” key on the displayed system/assigned system’s keypad or entering a user code will arm the subsystem to which the user code has been assigned. Disarming the sub-system is done by entering an authorized
user code. The four sub-systems are supported by all of the arming modes.
To arm/disarm another partitioned system:
1. Press “SELECT” plus the command digit/s. See below for a list of the command digits.
2. Enter system number.
3. Enter an authorized user code.
Command Digits:
Disarm:
Normal Arm:
Perimeter Arm:
Forced arm:
Immediate Arm:
“SELECT” 1.
“SELECT” 2, 4.
“SELECT” 2, 3.
“SELECT” 2, 2.
“SELECT” 2, 1.
Note: If the user code entered is assigned to only one sub-system, and a system is not specified, the
specific sub-system to which the code is assigned will be armed or disarmed. If a system to which the
user code is not assigned is specified, the user code will be denied.
4.10: Additional Operations
Set Time & Date
1. Press “SELECT” 4, 1. The PROGRAM LED indicator lights up.
2. Enter an authorized user code.
3. Enter the time in 24 hour format (HHMM).
4. Press either the “MENU/NEXT” or “AWAY” keys. The panel asks you to set the date.
5. Enter the date (MMDDYY).
6. Press the “AWAY” key. The “PROGRAM” LED indicator turns off.
Fire Sensor Reset
1. Press “SELECT” 4, 3. The PROGRAM LED indicator begins flashing.
2. Enter an authorized user code. The power to the fire sensors will be interrupted momentarily, and then
restored to reset smoke detector operation. The PROGRAM LED indicator flashes and then turns off.
Bell Cancel
To stop the bell during operation, either disarm the system, or:
1. Press “SELECT” 4, 4. The PROGRAM LED indicator turns on.
2. Enter an authorized user code. The bell will stop ringing immediately, the PROGRAM LED turns off, and
the system(if programmed) will send a bell cancel code from address 475.
Stop Communications
To stop all communications and clear communication message buffers:
1. Press “SELECT” 4, 5. The PROGRAM LED indicator flashes.
2. Enter an authorized user code. All communication buffers will be cleared and all communications will stop
immediately. The PROGRAM LED indicator turns off.
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Follow Me
To program a telephone number (telephone #4) for the “follow me” feature:
1. Press “SELECT” 4, 6. The PROGRAM LED indicator turns on.
2. Enter an authorized user code. The PROGRAM LED indicator begins flashing.
3. Continue by entering the desired telephone number, using keys 0 through 9 as digits, key # as pause, and
key Q to switch to tone (DTMF) dialing.
4. After a short delay from setting the telephone number the system ends the programming of Follow Me.
The PROGRAM LED indicator turns off.
Examples: To program telephone number 921-1110 using DTMF dialing, key Q9211110. To dial telephone
number 9211110 in pulse dialing, and then switch to tone dialing to access extension 231 after a pause, key in
9211110#Q231. Up to 16 digits can be entered, including a 3 second pause (#) and tone (Q) keys.
Note: Make sure all types of messages that need to be passed to the “follow me” number are routed
correctly (see Chapter Five: Programming). A follow me number can be set on any phone number,
however, only telephone number 4 can be changed through “SELECT” 4, 6.
Late To Close
When the opening/closing windows are operational, the control panel will have to be armed (closed) within the
programmed time frame. If the system will be armed at a later time (since someone is still on the premises), a
“late to close” condition will have to be reported to the control panel in order to delay the window.
To activate “late to close” condition:
1. Press “SELECT” 2, 5. The PROGRAM LED indicator turns on.
2. Enter the system number ('1' for non-partitioned control panel).
3. Enter an authorized user code. The PROGRAM LED indicator begins flashing
4. Enter the new approximate closing time in 24 hour format (HHMM). The command will be acknowledged
and the system will return to normal operation. The PROGRAM LED indicator will light up and then turn
off.
Latch Key
When the latch key feature is programmed (address 415) the “MENU/NEXT” key is used to acknowledge
arrivals or departures from the system during an opening or closing window, so that a message is not
transmitted to the central station. Windows can be programmed at addresses 389 - 395. An opening or closing
window can be disabled by entering a value of “FF” for the window at the appropriate opening or closing window
address.
Zone Chime
A zone can be programmed to chime.
To program a zone to chime:
1. Press “SELECT” 3,3.
2. Enter a zone number.
3. Enter an authorized user code. The zone is programmed to chime.
To deactivate a zone chime:
1. Press “SELECT” 3, 4.
2. Enter the zone number.
3. Enter an authorized user code. The zone will not chime.
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CHAPTER FIVE: PROGRAMMING
5.1: General
The Summit 3208 Control panel may be programmed by using either the 3108 LCD or the 3106 LED keypads
or Electronics Line’s Remote Programming Software. To program using either keypad refer to pages 17 (LCD)
or 28 (LED).
For programming using the remote programming software refer to the instructions provided with the installation
diskette. The software’s only requirements are an IBM PC, with DOS 3.1, and a Remote Programmer
(available through E.L.) or Hayes compatible modem. The Remote Programmer requires 512 KB RAM to be
available on the computer’s hard drive in order to install the program. Contact your nearest Electronics Line
office or agent to obtain a copy of the software.
The system comes equipped with two default programs. Default program 1 is intended for use with nonpartitioned systems. Default program 2 should be used with partitioned systems.
5.2: Guide to Programming
The control panel has 500 parameter addresses. All of the programming is stored in the Summit 3208’s nonvolatile EEPROM memory. Most parameters do not require changes to be made to them. Selecting and loading
a default program makes programming easier, requiring only the re-programming of some customer specific
parameters (such as telephone numbers, account numbers, etc.) as well as any other desired changes to the
system. Using the default programs saves time because all of the other parameters are already set to the
appropriate values by the default program, saving time in the programming process. The control panel can be
programmed to custom configurations by the individual installer.
DEFAULT PROGRAM VALUES DIFFER ACCORDING TO DEALER. FOR A COMPLETE LSITING OF
DEFAULT PROGRAMS CONTACT YOUR LOCAL DEALER OR ELECTRONICS LINE’S TECHNICAL
SUPPORT DEPARTMENT AT +972-3-921-1110. IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO CHANGE THE DEFAULT
PROGRAM VALUES OR ENTER THEM ON THE FORM EVEN IF THEY ARE RELEVANT TO THE
INSTALLATION.
Programming changes are done by entering new values at the appropriate address. Listed by each address, in
the manual, is a detailed description of each function and a list of the changes that can be made to it. The
programming forms, located in the rear of the manual, are intended for recording any programming done to the
addresses during and after the installation process.
5.3: Programming Procedure
Electronics Line suggests programming using the following tips:
• Select a default program and load it into the control panel, by pressing “SELECT” 7, 2 for unpartitioned
mode or “SELECT” 7, 3 for partitioned mode.
• Use the programming information below to fill in your application’s appropriate fields on the programming
form.
• Use the programming procedure, listed on the following page, to program the data from the programming
form into the control panel’s parameter memory.
To program the Summit 3208’s parameters using either the 3108 LCD or the 3106 LED keypads:
Once you have installed either default program 1 or 2, make sure the programming indicator is off (LED keypad
only).
1. Press “SELECT” 7, 1 to enter the programming mode. The programming indicator will begin blinking on
the LED keypad.
2. Enter an authorized user code.
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3. Begin programming by pressing the “SELECT” key and entering the three digit address. This can be done
anytime during programming to select a different perimeter address.
4. To move from a parameter digit to the next press the “NEXT” key or enter data and wait for the system to
do so automatically. To move back to a digit press the “Q” key.
5. To exit the programming mode using either the LCD or LED keypad press the AWAY button (the LED
“PROGRAM” indicator will shut off).
Refer to the LCD and LED keypad programming displays for diagrams of the programming procedure.
Note: The system allows you two minutes to begin programming before exiting the programming
mode. The power needs to be turned off and then on again after parameters have been changed.
LCD Keypad Programming Display
Entering programming mode
SELECT ADDR : 0 0 0
(0 0 0 - 4 9 9
(Press “Q“ to move
to the previous digit)
First digit blinking, any key will change this digit
After entering parameter changes
Parameter address
First digit blinking
1 5 2 ENTER DATA : 5
SELECT / NEXT / A W A Y
Press to select
another parameter
Press to move to
next digit
Press to exit
programming mode
LED Keypad Programming Display
Zone Indicators
1
2
3
4
REA D Y
PROGRA M
5
6
7
8
BYPASS
TROUBLE
The value of the 1st digit of the data is displayed on the zoneindicators as follows:
0:
2:
4:
6:
8:
A:
C:
E:
1:
3:
5:
7:
9:
B:
D:
F:
To change a digit and move to display or modify the next digit, press the desired key from the following:
• 0 -9
• #, 0 for hexadecimal digit A
• #, 1 for hexadecimal digit B
• #, 2 for hexadecimal digit C
• #, 3 for hexadecimal digit D
• #, 4 for hexadecimal digit E
• #, 5 for hexadecimal digit F
Note: On the LCD keypad the cursor changes to # after pressing #.
Upon entering the digit the parameter is modified and the display will show the next digit. To move to the next
digit, without entering a modification, press the “MENU/NEXT” key. To move to the previous digit, press the
“Q” key.
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5.4: Programming Parameters
The following is a list of the Summit 3208’s programming parameters.
parameters by their functions refer to page 59.
For an alphabetical listing of the
ADDRESS 000-003: ZONE # 1 PARAMETERS
These addresses control zone #1. The following functions can be programmed: LCD message, delay,
system assignment (for partitioned panel), chime or no chime, bypassable or not, swinger settings, pulse
counter setting, and loop speed, loop type, zone ID, bell/siren activation, communication to central
station, and zone function.
Address
Description of Function
#
000
LCD descriptors and delays for zone 1.
Select a zone descriptor number (suiting the zone) from the table below, and the entry delay
choice for this zone. Fill in the two digit number for zone 1.
Entry delay choices are set at addresses 386, 387, 388. 3208 custom LCD messages are
entered at addresses 416-447.
no
delay
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
001
delay
#1
(30s)
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
4A
4B
4C
4D
4E
4F
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
5A
5B
5C
5D
5E
5F
delay
#2
(60s)
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
8A
8B
8C
8D
8E
8F
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
9A
9B
9C
9D
9E
9F
delay
#3
(90s)
C0
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
CA
CB
CC
CD
CE
CF
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
DA
DB
DC
DD
DE
DF
descriptor
no message
1ST FLOOR
2ND FLOOR
3RD FLOOR
4TH FLOOR
BACK DOOR
BASEMENT
BATHROOM
BEDROOM
BEDROOM 1
BEDROOM 2
BEDROOM 3
COMPUTER
CONFERENCE
CORRIDOR
DINING
DOOR
EAST
EMERGENCY
ENTRANCE
EXIT
EXTERIOR
FAMILY
FIRE
FRONT DOOR
GARAGE
GUEST ROOM
HALL
HOLDUP
INTERIOR
KITCHEN
LAUNDRY
no
delay
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
delay
#1
(30s)
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
7A
7B
7C
7D
7E
7F
delay
#2
(60s)
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
AA
AB
AC
AD
AE
AF
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
BA
BB
BC
BD
BE
BF
delay
#3
(90s)
E0
E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
E9
EA
EB
EC
ED
EE
EF
F0
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
FA
FB
FC
FD
FE
FF
descriptor
LOBBY
LIVNG ROOM
MSTR BEDRM
MAT
MOTION
NORTH
NURSERY
OFFICE
PANIC
PERIMETER
POOL
ROOF
ROOM
ROOM 1
ROOM 2
ROOM 3
ROOM 4
SHIPPING
SHOP
SLIDE DOOR
SOUTH
STAIRS
STORAGE
STUDY
VAULT
WAREHOUSE
WEST
WINDOW
(custom #1)
(custom #2)
(custom #3)
(custom #4)
System ID, chime, bypass/unbypass (normal), swinger setting, pulse count on setting,
and loop speed for zone # 1.
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Loop speed is entered as a value in the first digit position. For a slow loop response(150ms;
motion detectors and contacts) the value is 0 - 7, for fast loop response(50ms; shock sensor)
the value is 8 - F. See the table below to select a value that is appropriate.
First digit value:
0 - slow loop, no pulse count, no swinger
1 - slow loop, no pulse count, swinger active, (see address 498 to set swinger)
2 - slow loop, pulse counter #1,(refer to address #386), no swinger
3 - slow loop, pulse counter #1, swinger active
4 - slow loop, pulse counter #2, (refer to address #387) no swinger
5 - slow loop, pulse counter #2, swinger active
6 - slow loop, pulse counter #3, (refer to address #388) no swinger
7 - slow loop, pulse counter #3, swinger active
8 - fast loop, no pulse count, no swinger
9 - fast loop, no pulse count, swinger active
A - fast loop, pulse counter #1, no swinger
B - fast loop, pulse counter #1, swinger active
C - fast loop, pulse counter #2, no swinger
D - fast loop, pulse counter #2, swinger active
E - fast loop, pulse counter #3, no swinger
F - fast loop, pulse counter #3, swinger active
Note: If a fire zone is selected, than the pulse count option becomes smoke alarm
verification.
For bypassability, chime and system assignment, select an appropriate number from the list
below.
Second digit value:
0 - Non-bypassable, no-chime, assigned to system 1
1 - Non-bypassable, no chime, assigned to system 2
2 - Non-bypassable, no chime, assigned to system 3
3 - Non-bypassable, no chime, assigned to system 4
4 - Non-bypassable, chime, assigned to system 1
5 - Non-bypassable, chime, assigned to system 2
6 - Non-bypassable, chime, assigned to system 3
7 - Non-bypassable, chime, assigned to system 4
8 - Bypassable, no chime, assigned to system 1
9 - Bypassable, no chime, assigned to system 2
A - Bypassable, no chime, assigned to system 3
B - Bypassable, no chime, assigned to system 4
C - Bypassable, chime, assigned to system 1
D - Bypassable, chime, assigned to system 2
E - Bypassable, chime, assigned to system 3
F - Bypassable, chime, assigned to system 4
002
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Loop type, and zone ID for zone #1.
The zone ID is the number associated with messages from a zone, whenever messages
regarding this zone are sent to the central station. Usually the zone ID is the same as the
zone number. Program this number value as the first digit of this address. Select the type of
loop for this zone from the following list.
Second digit value:
0 - Normally Close contacts, no end-of-line resistor.
1 - Normally Open contacts, no end-of-line resistor.
2 - EOLR trouble on short, alarm on open.
3 - EOLR, alarm on short, trouble on open.
4 - EOLR, tamper on short, alarm on open.
5 - EOLR, alarm on short, tamper on open.
6 - EOLR supervised burglary zone.
7 - EOLR, trouble on closed, trouble on open.
Note: Loop types 2 and 4 are used in conjunction with the 3528 wireless 8 zone
expander. Refer to the 3528 operating instructions for further information. Electroncis
Line recommends using loop types 5 and 7 in conjunction with 24 hour zones.
003
004-007
008-011
012-015
016-019
020-023
024-027
028-031
Siren activation from an alarm, the signal transmission to the central station, and the
zone type for zone #1.
Select a zone type from the following list.
First digit value:
0 - Perimeter normal zone.
7 - Interior follower zone.
1 - Perimeter primary zone.
A - Fire zone(24 Hour).
2 - Perimeter secondary zone.
B - Emergency zone(24 Hour).
3 - Perimeter follower zone.
C - Holdup zone(24 Hour).
4 - Interior normal zone.
E - Day (24 Hour).
5 - Interior primary zone.
F - On/Off key switch input.
6 - Interior secondary zone.
Note: For option “F” use only detectors with a single position, spring loaded key
switches.
Select the type of output you would like for a zone when an alarm occurs.
Second digit value:
0 - Do not activate bell, do not send message to central station.
1 - Activate bell only, do not send message to central station.
4 - Do not activate bell, send message to central station.
5 - Activate bell and send message to central station.
Note: Zones #2 - #32 are programmed with the same information as zone #1.
Same as above for zone #2.
Same as above for zone #3.
Same as above for zone #4.
Same as above for zone #5.
Same as above for zone #6.
Same as above for zone #7.
Same as above for zone #8.
ADDRESSES 032-063: Zones 9 - 16. These addresses are added to the control panel, zone expander
jumper setting B, with either the 3508 or 3528 zone expanders. Zone expanders are programmed at
address 451.
032-035
036-039
040-043
044-047
048-051
052-055
056-059
060-063
Same as above for zone #9.
Same as above for zone #10.
Same as above for zone #11.
Same as above for zone #12.
Same as above for zone #13.
Same as above for zone #14.
Same as above for zone #15.
Same as above for zone #16.
Addresses 064 - 095: Zones 17 - 24. These addresses are added to the control panel, zone expander
jumper setting C, with either the 3508 or 3528 zone expanders. Zone expanders are programmed at
address 451.
064-067
068-071
072-075
076-079
080-083
084-087
Same as above for zone #17.
Same as above for zone #18.
Same as above for zone #19.
Same as above for zone #20.
Same as above for zone #21.
Same as above for zone #22.
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088-091 Same as above for zone #23.
092-095 Same as above for zone #24.
ADDRESSES 096-127: Zones 25 - 32. These addresses are added to the control panel, zone expander
jumper setting D, with either the 3508 or 3528 zone expanders. Zone expanders are programmed at
address 451.
096-099
100-103
104-107
108-111
112-115
116-119
120-123
124-127
Same as above for zone #25.
Same as above for zone #26.
Same as above for zone #27.
Same as above for zone #28.
Same as above for zone #29.
Same as above for zone #30.
Same as above for zone #31.
Same as above for zone #32.
128-129
130-131
132-133
Programming for Relay #5. Refer to charts at addresses 481-489.
Programming for Relay #6. Refer to charts at addresses 481-489.
Programming for Relay #7. Refer to charts at addresses 481-489.
134-135
Not applicable.
ADDRESSES 136-137: Keypad # 1. The arming/disarming beeps, battery/ac loss beeps, quick
arm, system displays and LCD displays detailed or not, and backlighting on/off.
136
Beeps for batt low, ac loss, arm & disarm beeps, and if 1 key arming is allowed.
Select an arming/disarming tone from the list below.
First digit value:
0 - no arm beep, no disarm beep
8 - 3 arm beeps, no disarm beep
1 - no arm beep, 1 disarm beep
9 - 3 arm beeps, 1 disarm beep
2 - no arm beep, 3 disarm beeps
A - 3 arm beeps, 3 disarm beeps
3 - no arm beep, continuous on entry
B - 3 arm beeps, continuous on entry
4 - 1 arm beep, no disarm beep
C - continuous on arm, no disarm beep
5 - 1 arm beep, 1 disarm beep
D - continuous on arm, 1 disarm beep
6 - 1 arm beep, 3 disarm beep
E - continuous on arm, 3 disarm beeps
7 - 1 arm beep, continuous on entry
F - continuous on arm, continuous on entry
Select a value that is appropriate from the following list.
Second digit value:
0 - No 1 key operations, No beeps.
1 - No 1 key operations, Beep if battery is low.
2 - No 1 key operations, Beep if ac is lost.
3 - No 1 key operations, Beep for low batt & ac loss.
4 - 1 key arm, No beeps.
5 - 1 key arm and beep if low batt.
6 - 1 key arm and beep if ac loss.
7 - 1 key arm and beep for low batt & ac loss.
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137
Systems displayed on the keypads and backlight on/off.
Select the times when you want the backlighting on from the following list.
First digit value:
1 - Backlight on during closing window.
8 - Backlight on after keystroke.
2 - Backlight on during opening window.
9 - After keystroke and closing window.
3 - On during opening and closing window.
A - After keystroke and opening window.
4 - Backlight on at all times.
B - After keystroke and during windows.
Choose an appropriate display from the list below. This will determine if the system will be
displayed (for a partitioned panel) by keypad, and whether the display will be detailed or
summarized.
Second digit value:
0 - System 1 displ., summarized.
8 - System 1 displ., detailed.
1 - System 2 displ., summarized.
9 - System 2 displ., detailed.
2 - System 3 displ., summarized.
A - System 3 displ., detailed.
3 - System 4 displ., summarized.
B - System 4 displ., detailed.
4 - All Systems, summarized, operate sys. 1.
C - All Systems, detailed, operate sys. 1.
5 - All Systems, summarized, operate sys. 2.
D - All Systems, detailed, operate sys. 2.
6 - All Systems, summarized, operate sys. 3.
E - All Systems, detailed, operate sys. 3.
7 - All Systems, summarized, operate sys. 4.
F - All Systems, detailed, operate sys. 4.
138-139
140-141
142-143
144-145
146-147
148-149
150-151
Same as above keypad #2.
Same as above keypad #3.
Same as above keypad #4.
Same as above keypad #5.
Same as above keypad #6.
Same as above keypad #7.
Same as above keypad #8.
152-159
Telephone #1(primary)/RF destination #1 is entered here.
Consecutive addresses are used to enter telephone numbers up to 16 digits. Indicate the end
of the telephone number with the digit F (#5). To enter a 3 second pause enter C (#2), for a 7
second pause enter D (#3), to switch from pulse to tone partially through the number, enter E
(#4). Other telephone data and parameters are entered at later addresses. Note: The
emergency telephone numbers shall not be set or programmed to place a call to a
police station that has not been specifically assigned by that police station for such
service.
160-167
168-175
176-183
Telephone # 2(backup)/RF destination #2.
Telephone #3/RF destination #3.
Telephone #4/RF destination #4. Note: Used in association with the “Follow Me”
feature (SELECT, 4, 6).
Telephone number for remote programming callback.
184-191
192-194
Account number for telephone #1/RF destination #1, System #1.
This is the account number is be transmitted to the central station when telephone number
1/RF destination #1 is dialed. These are entered in sequence beginning at address 192. Be
sure to enter the account number in the back-up phone/RF number (and any other
telephone/RF numbers used). If the system is not partitioned, only account numbers for
system 1 have to be programmed (for partitioned systems program account numbers for all
systems). To enter an account number enter 3 - 6 digits (do not use leading zeros).
195-197
198-200
201-203
Account # for tel #1/RF destination #1, System #2.
Account # for tel #1/RF destination #1, System #3.
Account # for tel #1/RF destination #1, System #4.
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204-206
207-209
210-212
213-215
216-218
219-221
222-224
225-227
228-230
231-233
234-236
237-239
Account # for tel #2/RF destination #2, System #1.
Account # for tel #2/RF destination #2, System #2.
Account # for tel #2/RF destination #2, System #3.
Account # for tel #2/RF destination #2, System #4.
Account # for tel #3/RF destination #3, System #1.
Account # for tel #3/RF destination #3, System #2.
Account # for tel #3/RF destination #3, System #3.
Account # for tel #3/RF destination #3, System #4.
Account # for tel #4/RF destination #4, System #1.
Account # for tel #4/RF destination #4, System #2.
Account # for tel #4/RF destination #4, System #3.
Account # for tel #4/RF destination #4, System #4.
ADDRESS 240-241:
Telephone line parameters; time-out for acknowledgments, phone
supervision, pulse or tone dialing, dial tone wait, message attempts, and dialing attempts.
240
241
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Phone supervision, pulse or tone dialing, time-outs for acknowledgment.
Phone supervision is the monitoring of the existence of the phone line. The amount of time
that the line is missing before an alarm is created is programmable at this address. Dialing
can be prevented if no dial tone was detected within the time-out (see address 241), or
allowed anyway after the second time-out. Select an appropriate time and dialing mode from
the list below.
First digit value:
0 - Dial anyway, Pulse, no telephone line supervision.
1 - Dial anyway, Pulse, 1 minute delay telephone line supervision.
2 - Dial anyway, Pulse, 3 minute delay telephone line supervision.
3 - Dial anyway, Pulse, 10 minute delay telephone line supervision.
4 - Dial anyway, Tone (DTMF), no telephone line supervision.
5 - Dial anyway, Tone (DTMF), 1 minute delay telephone line supervision.
6 - Dial anyway, Tone (DTMF), 3 minute delay telephone line supervision.
7 - Dial anyway, Tone (DTMF), 10 minute delay telephone line supervision.
8 - Do not dial without tone, Pulse, no telephone line supervision.
9 - Do not dial without tone, Pulse, 1 minute delay telephone line supervision.
A - Do not dial without tone, Pulse, 3 minute delay telephone line supervision.
B - Do not dial without tone, Pulse, 10 minute delay telephone line supervision.
C - Do not dial without tone, DTMF, no telephone line supervision.
D - Do not dial without tone, DTMF, 1 minute delay telephone line supervision.
E - Do not dial without tone, DTMF, 3 minutes delay telephone line supervision.
F - Do not dial without tone, DTMF, 10 minutes delay telephone line supervision.
Acknowledgments are tones that are given between the central station communicator and the
control panel in transmitting an alarm. These ensure that an alarm was sent and understood
by the central station. There are 2 acknowledgment tones. Choose an appropriate time-out
from the list below.
Second digit value:
Ack #1
Ack #2
Value
Ack #1
Ack #2
Value
2 sec
2 sec
0
30 sec
2 sec
8
2 sec
3 sec
1
30 sec
3 sec
9
2 sec
5 sec
2
30 sec
5 sec
A
2 sec
10 sec
3
30 sec
10 sec
B
15 sec
2 sec
4
60 sec
2 sec
C
15 sec
3 sec
5
60 sec
3 sec
D
15 sec
5 sec
6
60 sec
5 sec
E
15 sec
10 sec
7
60 sec
10 sec
F
Address 241: Dial tone wait, anti jamming, message & dialing attempts.
The communicator can be programmed to attempt to dial multiple times and to attempt a
Dialing
1
1
1
1
2
2
transmission of a message multiple times. It will dial and attempt to send a message to the
preset amount of times or until a successful communication is achieved. Choose the desired
amount of dialing and message attempts from below.
First digit value:
Messag
Value
Dialing Messag
Value
Dialing Messag
Value
1
0
2
5
6
10
1
C
2
1
2
10
7
10
2
D
5
2
5
1
8
10
5
E
10
3
5
2
9
10
10
F
1
4
5
5
A
2
5
5
10
B
The amount of time you want the panel to wait before it attempts a communication is
programmed here. This will ensure that adequate time has elapsed for achieving a dial tone.
In addition it can be set to either wait the entire length of time or to begin dialing when a dial
tone is present. The time length from when the panel seizes the line to when it goes off hook
to listen for a dial tone (anti-jamming) is also programmable at this address. Select the
values you want as the value for the second digit at this address.
Second digit value:
0 - dial after 1 second, 2 second anti-jam
1 - dial after 5 seconds, 2 second anti-jam
2 - dial after 10 seconds, 2 second anti-jam
3 - dial after 20 seconds, 2 second anti-jam
4 - dial after 1 seconds or if dial tone present, 2 second anti-jam
5 - dial after 5 seconds or if dial tone present, 2 second anti-jam
6 - dial after 10 seconds or if dial tone present, 2 second anti-jam
7 - dial after 20 seconds or if dial tone present, 2 second anti-jam
8 - dial after 1 second, 10 second ant-jam
9 - dial after 5 seconds, 10 second anti-jam
A - dial after 10 seconds, 10 second anti-jam
B - dial after 20 seconds, 10 second anti-jam
C - dial after 1 second or if dial tone present, 10 second anti-jam
D - dial after 5 seconds or if dial tone present, 10 second anti-jam
E - dial after 10 seconds or if dial tone present, 10 second anti-jam
F - dial after 20 seconds or if dial tone present, 10 second anti-jam
242-243
Not available.
244-245
Telephone #1/RF #1 protocol details.
Every telephone number is associated with a telephone communication protocol. Select the
appropriate protocol for every telephone number (only the ones used by the system). Select
the 4 digit codes associated with the required protocol for your central station. Both
addresses 244 and 245 must be completed for telephone number 1. The first group of 2
digits is for address 244, and the second group of 2 digits is for address 245.
Telephone protocol selections:
01 1C - 4 x 2 slow (10 PPS).
10 08 - Scancom 5 digit acct (Ademco high
speed).
01 4D - 4 x 2 fast (20 PPS).
20 00 - Ademco Contact ID.
00 CD - 4 x 2 fast + parity (Radionics). 60 00 - SIA 4 digit account 110 BPS.
03 14 - 3x2 Extended slow.
60 08 - SIA 6 digit account 110 BPS.
03 45 - Sescoa (3 x 2 extended).
60 01 - SIA 4 digit 300 BPS.
01 10 - Silent Knight slow (3 x 1).
60 09 - SIA 6 digit 300 BPS.
01 19 - Scantronic (4 x 1 fast).
80 00 - IRCSN IIIe.
00 43 - Follow Me.
81 00 - MilCol-D.
10 00 - Scancom 4 digit acct (Ademco high speed).
For custom protocols please contact Electronics Line.
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246-247
248-249
250-251
Note: Only the Osborne-Hoffman, Inc. Model QUICKALERT 1 receiver was tested by
Underwriters Laboratories and is approved to work as a receiver, with protocol 01 4D.
Protocol for telephone #2/RF #2.
Protocol for telephone #3/RF #3.
Protocol for telephone #4/RF #4.
ADDRESSES 252 - 281: Event codes for RF communicators.
For each RF protocol refer to the appropriate protocol appendix.
284-313
Event and Message routing. All events (and messages) can be routed in several ways.
Each telephone number or RF destination number can be programmed to be a primary, a
back-up, or a duplicate number, or to not report an event. A primary number is the first
number the control panel will dial/transmit. If the control panel is unsuccessful in dialing the
primary number, it will dial/transmit the back-up number. A duplicate number is used to
report the same event to two or more different locations. The duplicate number will be called
only after a successful primary report has been made to the central station. Routing also
supports entering (or not entering) messages into the Log, as well as activating (or not
activating) the bell in several patterns. For your reference fill in the following table with the
routing of six different event types:
Event Type
Addr.
Burglary Alarms
Burglary Troubles
Fire Alarms
Fire Troubles
Opening / Closing
Service (and Test)
284
289
294
299
304
309
Route
Tel. 4 RF 4
___(0)
___(0)
___(0)
___(0)
___(0)
___(0)
Route
Tel. 3
- RF 3
___(0)
___(0)
___(0)
___(0)
___(0)
___(0)
Addr.
285
290
295
300
305
310
1st digit
Route
Tel. 2 RF 2
___(1)
___(1)
___(1)
___(1)
___(1)
___(1)
Route
Tel. 1
- RF 1
___(2)
___(2)
___(2)
___(2)
___(2)
___(2)
Addr.
Log
Bell
288
293
298
303
308
313
___(8)
___(8)
___(8)
___(8)
___(8)
___(8)
___(C)
___(0)
___(8)
___(0)
___(0)
___(0)
1st digit
2nd digit
1st digit
2nd digit
2nd digit
(Enter 3 for "Follow Me")
0 - do not call this telephone number
1 - use this telephone number as backup
2 - use this telephone number as primary
3 - use this telephone number as duplicate
284-288
289-293
294-298
299-303
304-308
309-313
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8 - enter message
to Log
0 - do not enter
message to Log
0 - no bell
4 - bell pattern 1
8 - bell pattern 2
C - steady bell
Message routing for burglary alarm messages (including alarm, alarm restore, holdup,
duress, police).
Message routing for non fire zone trouble messages (including alarm zones trouble and
trouble restore).
Message routings for fire alarm messages (including fire alarm and restore, fire
emergency).
Message routings for fire trouble messages (including fire zone trouble and restore
messages).
Message routings for open and close messages (including opening, closing - normal,
perimeter, force).
Message routings for service messages (including test, ac loss and restore, low and good
battery).
314-381
Not available.
382
Block service message and exit timer for system #1.
The block service option allows for the blocking of user initiated system status change of the
system. The exit (closing) timer times the amount of time that user have to exit the area after
they have armed the system. Select an appropriate time from the list below.
First digit:
0 - Normal service.
5 - Block service.
Second digit value:
0 - 5 seconds.
4 - 30 seconds.
8 - 2 minutes.
1 - 10 seconds.
5 - 45 seconds.
9 - 2.5 minutes.
2 - 15 seconds.
6 - 1 minute.
A - 3 minutes.
3 - 20 seconds.
7 - 1.5 minutes.
B - 4 minutes.
383
384
385
Same as above for system #2.
Same as above for system #3.
Same as above for system #4.
386
Pulse counter #1 and Entry timer #1.
The pulse counter is a feature that helps eliminate false alarms. When assigned to a zone,
the zone must trip the selected number of times, in the prescribed time period, before the
panel accepts it as an alarm. It is very similar to pulse count selection in motion detectors.
To assign values for the pulse counter (from address 001) and entry delay (from address 000)
decide which values are applicable and assign them to each zone.
Entry timer delay. First digit value:
0 -5 seconds.
4 - 30 seconds.
8 - 2 minutes.
1 - 10 seconds.
5 - 45 seconds.
9 - 2.5 minutes.
2 - 15 seconds.
6 - 1 minute.
A - 3 minutes.
3 - 20 seconds.
7 - 1.5 minutes.
B - 4 minutes.
Pulse counter setup. Second digit value:
0 - 2 pulses in max of 2 seconds.
4 - 3 pulses in max of 5 seconds.
1 - 2 pulses in max of 5 seconds.
5 - 3 pulses in max of 10 seconds.
2 - 2 pulses in max of 10 seconds.
6 - 3 pulses in max of 20 seconds.
3 - 2 pulses in max of 20 seconds.
7 - 3 pulses in max of 30 seconds.
Note: The pulse counter should not be used on door contacts.
387
388
Same as above, pulse counter #2, entry timer #2.
Same as above, pulse counter #3, entry timer #3.
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ADDRESSES 389-409: Opening and Closing windows
The opening and closing windows are windows of time, during which customers will usually open and
close the area protected by their Summit 3208 system. These windows of time are programmable.
When an opening or closing occurs during a window no report is made to the central station. Normal
window openings and closings are not reported in the log. The latch key feature (programmed at address
415) is set to work in conjunction with these windows. The window size is programmable from 15 to 60
minutes before or after a specified time. The window size remains constant for every opening and
closing window. You will first program a window size and then program the actual time of day the
window will occur. You are allowed 3 opening times and 4 closing times. These are then entered for each
day of the week. Note: To select the opening and closing window feature program the applicable
value at address 415.
± 15
± 30
± 45
± 60
± 15
± 30
± 45
± 60
min
min
min
min
min
min
min
min
60
61
62
63
12:00 PM
00
01
02
03
00:00 AM
64
65
66
67
12:30 PM
04
05
06
07
00:30 AM
68
69
6A
6B
13:00 PM
08
09
0A
0B
01:00 AM
6C
6D
6E
6F
13:30 PM
0C
0D
0E
0F
01:30 AM
70
71
72
73
14:00 PM
10
11
12
13
02:00 AM
74
75
76
77
14:30 PM
14
15
16
17
02:30 AM
78
79
7A
7B
15:00 PM
18
19
1A
1B
03:00 AM
7C
7D
7E
7F
15:30 PM
1C
1D
1E
1F
03:30 AM
80
81
82
83
16:00 PM
20
21
22
23
04:00 AM
84
85
86
87
16:30 PM
24
25
26
27
04:30 AM
88
89
8A
8B
17:00 PM
28
29
2A
2B
05:00 AM
8C
8D
8E
8F
17:30 PM
2C
2D
2E
2F
05:30 AM
90
91
92
93
18:00 PM
30
31
32
33
06:00 AM
94
95
96
97
18:30 PM
34
35
36
37
06:30 AM
98
99
9A
9B
19:00 PM
38
39
3A
3B
07:00 AM
9C
9D
9E
9F
19:30 PM
3C
3D
3E
3F
07:30 AM
A0
A1
A2
A3
20:00 PM
40
41
42
43
08:00 AM
A4
A5
A6
A7
20:30 PM
44
45
46
47
08:30 AM
A8
A9
AA
AB
21:00 PM
48
49
4A
4B
09:00 AM
AC
AD
AE
AF
21:30 PM
4C
4D
4E
4F
09:30 AM
B0
B1
B2
B3
22:00 PM
50
51
52
53
10:00 AM
B4
B5
B6
B7
22:30 PM
54
55
56
57
10:30 AM
B8
B9
BA
BB
23:00 PM
58
59
5A
5B
11:00 AM
BC
BD
BE
BF
23:30 PM
5C
5D
5E
5F
11:30 AM
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389
Window size and set time for opening window #1. Select from the above table the center
of the opening/closing window you want by row, and the size of that window by column. Enter
the two digits at address 389. For example: an opening window at 08:00 AM ± 30 minutes
(07:30 to 08:30) will be programmed as 41.
390
391
392
393
394
395
Window size and set time for opening window #2. See table at address 389.
Window size and set time for opening window #3. See table at address 389.
Window size and set time for closing window #1. See table at address 389.
Window size and set time for closing window #2. See table at address 389.
Window size and set time for closing window #3. See table at address 389.
Window size and set time for closing window #4. See table at address 389.
396
Windows setting for system 1 (and 2) , Monday.
Select, from the following, a combination of window selections for system #1, for Monday.
This will be the value for the first digit. If your panel is partitioned, select a value for the
second digit which represents the window settings for system #2. The window times and sizes
are associated with the values set in addresses 389 - 395.
First digit value:
0 - no windows.
8 - open #2, close #1.
D - open #3, close #2.
4 - open #1, close #1.
9 - open #2, close #2.
E - open #3, close #3.
5 - open #1, close #2.
A - open #2, close #3.
F - open #3, close #4.
6 - open #1, close #3.
B - open #2, close #4.
7 - open #1, close #4.
C - open #3, close #1.
Note: The values for digit two (partitioned mode) remain the same as digit one.
397
Window settings for systems 3 and 4, Monday.
Use the above table to select appropriate settings. The first digit at this address is for system
#3, and the second digit is for system #4. This address is intended for partitioned operation
only.
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
Windows settings for system 1 (and 2), Tuesday. See address 396.
Windows settings for system 3 and 4, Tuesday. See address 397.
Windows settings for system 1 (and 2), Wednesday. See address 396.
Windows settings for system 3 and 4, Wednesday. See address 397.
Windows settings for system 1 (and 2), Thursday. See address 396.
Windows settings for system 3 and 4, Thursday. See address 397.
Windows settings for system 1 (and 2), Friday. See address 396.
Windows settings for system 3 and 4, Friday. See address 397.
Windows settings for system 1 (and 2), Saturday. See address 396.
Windows settings for system 3 and 4, Saturday. See address 397.
Windows settings for system 1 (and 2), Sunday. See address 396.
Windows settings for system 3 and 4, Sunday. See address 397.
410
Not applicable.
411
Bell activation by system.
Select a system or combination of systems(partitioned mode only) that will activate the bell.
The value you choose will be the value for the left digit of the data. There is no need to enter
a value for the right digit.
Bell
activated
by system
none
1 only
2 only
1 and 2
3 only
1 and 3
2 and 3
1, 2 and 3
412
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Bell
activated by
system
4 only
1 and 4
2 and 4
1, 2 and 4
3 and 4
1, 3 and 4
2, 3 and 4
1,2,3,4 (all)
Value
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
Not applicable.
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413
Bell Cutoff time.
Choose an appropriate cutoff time for the bell/siren from the list below, as the second digit.
0 - no siren.
4 - 60 sec.
8 - 5 min.
B - 20 min.
1 - 10 sec.
5 - 90 sec.
9 - 10 min.
F - Continuous.
2 - 20 sec.
6 - 2 min.
A - 15 min.
3 - 30 sec.
7 - 3 min.
414
Not applicable.
415
Armed Keypad Display, Power On Default and Latch Key.
The detailed keypad display can be programmed to display system details at all times or only
when the system is disarmed. To program the detailed keypad display, select from the
following for the first digit:
0 - Disarmed only
8 - Always
Power on default enables users to set whether or not they would like to have their dealers
access their system. Latch key is programmed when users want a message to be sent to the
central station should their child not send the latch key message during a designated opening
or closing window. This feature is used in conjunction with the addresses 389 - 409 (opening
and closing windows). To set either of these two options, select from the following, press
“NEXT” and then enter the value for the second digit:
Digit
Power on
Latch
Value
default
Key
0
Activated Not activated
4
Not activated Not activated
8
Activated
Activated
C
Not activated
Activated
416-423
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2A
2B
2C
424-431
50
Summit 3208 LCD custom message #1.
To create a custom message, write down the message you would like to enter. A total of
eight characters can be entered. From the table below, select the italicized numbers that
represent the characters you want for the message and enter the values at addresses 416423. It is recommended that you fill in all 8 character locations for a message you want to
use. Use number 20 for spacing in between two letters. For example: To select the message
“ABC” as custom message 1 for a zone descriptor, use the numbers 41, 42, 43, 20, 20, 20,
20, 20 (the characters A, B, C from the table below, followed by 5 spaces in fields) at
addresses 416-423, respectively. Custom messages are then able to be taken from the chart
listed below address 000.
space
!
“
#
Ø
%
&
‘
(
)
Q
+
,
2D
2E
2F
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
.
/
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
4A
4B
4C
4D
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
4E
4F
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
5A
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
Summit 3208 LCD Custom message #2. See above.
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
6A
6B
6C
6D
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
6E
6F
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
7A
n
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
432-439
440-447
Summit 3208 LCD Custom message #3. See above.
Summit 3208 LCD Custom message #4. See above.
448-449
Not available.
ADDRESSES 450-451: LSCP Bus unit supervision.
In addition to being able to set keypad supervision in the keypad, the Summit 3208 offers the ability to
set supervision for the keypad in the control panel. It supervises keypads and zone expanders in the
control panel. This enables the control panel to sound an alarm should the lines connecting the system
to the keypads or zone expanders become disconnected. Keypad supervision is set at address 450 and
in the keypad (refer to 2.2: Mounting the Keypad, page 9). Zone expander supervision is set at address
451.
450
LSCP Keypad Supervision. Keypad supervision should be set in the control panel, as well
as in the keypad unit. Up to eight keypads can be set for supervision. Only one supervised
keypad can be placed at a specific address. Note: A 3208 control panel will sound an
alarm should its keypad connection become disturbed. This is programmed at
address 293. To set supervision refer to the following chart, entering the desired two digits:
First Digit Data Keypad Numbers 5 - 8
C Keypads 7 and 8
8 Keypad 8
4 Keypad 7 only
0 No keypad
D Keypads 5, 7 and 8
9 Keypads 5 and 8
5 Keypads 5 and 7
1 Keypad 5 only
E Keypads 6, 7 and 8
A Keypads 6 and 8
6 Keypads 6 and 7
2 Keypad 6 only
F Keypads 5, 6, 7 and 8
B Keypads 5, 6 and 8
7 Keypads 5, 6 and 7
3 Keypads 5 and 6
Second Digit Data Keypad Numbers 1 - 4
4 Keypad 3 only
0 No keypad
5 Keypads 1 and 3
1 Keypad 1 only
6 Keypads 2 and 3
2 Keypad 2 only
7 Keypads 1, 2 and 3
3 Keypads 1 and 2
451
8
9
A
B
Keypad 4
Keypads 1 and 4
Keypads 2 and 4
Keypads 1, 2 and 4
C
D
E
F
Keypads 3 and 4
Keypads 1, 3, 4
Keypads 2, 3, and 4
Keypads 1, 2, 3 and 4
LSCP Supervision for Zone Expander Modules.
To install a 3508 or 3528 unit with zones 1 - 8 (override 3208 on-board zones) enter the data 01
To install a 3508 or 3528 unit with zones 9 - 16 enter the data 02
To install a 3508 or 3528 unit with zones 17 - 24 enter the data 04
To install a 3508 or 3528 unit with zones 25 - 32 enter the data 08
To install any combination of more than one unit enter the data value from the following table:
Units
A(1-8)
B(9-16)
C(17-24)
D(25-32)
A,B
Data
01
02
04
08
03
Units
A,C
A,D
B,C
B,D
C,D
Data
05
09
06
0 # 0 (0 A)
0 # 2 (0 C)
Units
A,B,C
A,B,D
A,C,D
B,C,D
A,B,C,D
Data
07
0 # 1 (0 B)
0 # 3 (0 D)
0 # 4 (0 E)
0 # 5 (0 F)
For example: To install 2 zone expanders (addition of 16 zones) for zones 9 through 24, connect 2 3508
modules, install a jumper in location B (zones 9 - 16) on one of the modules, and a jumper in location C
(zones 17 - 24) on the other module. To program the above parameter find the entry in the table that
describes an installation of units B,C, and type in the data 0 6 in address 451 as described above. Note:
If you set a jumper at location A and program the 3208 to accept 3508 unit with zones 1 - 8, the
3208 on-board zones will automatically be overridden!
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ADDRESSES 452-481: Event codes for telephone communicators.
All events are programmable as to whether or not they will transmit an event code to the central station.
These codes are usually assigned by the central station - consult the central station operator/owner for a
listing of the different event codes. If the telephone protocol selected (see addresses 244 - 251 for
details) has only one event code digit - only the first digit of the code needs to be programmed (e.g.: if
event code for fire is 4, program 40 for “zone fire alarm” event code at address 456). If the telephone
protocol has two event code digits, they are to be programmed in sequence. Programming 0 instead
one of the digits will replace this digit with the zone number or user number. Programming both digits as
00 will not send any message to the central station for this event. Note: A Summit, reporting over 16
zones, must use either the SIA or Contact ID protocols.
•
Example 1: Program 00 for the “zone in alarm” event code. No event will be transmitted to the
central station upon burglary alarm detection from any zone.
Example 2: Program 42 for the “zone in alarm” event code. Code 42 will be sent to the central
station upon burglary alarm detection from ANY zone. The two digit event code disables
transmission of a zone number to the central station.
Example 3: Program 60 for the “zone in alarm” event code. Upon detection of an alarm from zone
1 the code 61 (0 replaced by zone number 1) will be sent to the central station, and an alarm from
zone 7 will send the code 67 to the central station.
Example 4: Program 30 for the “normal opening” event code. Upon normal opening by user 5, the
code 35 (0 replaced by user number 5) will be sent to the central station.
•
•
•
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
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Event code for zone in alarm. Note: if second digit is 0, it will be replaced by the zone
number.
Event code for zone alarm restore. Note: If second digit is 0, it will be replaced by the
zone number.
Event code for zone trouble. Note: if second digit is 0, it will be replaced by the zone
number.
Event code for zone trouble restore. Note: if second digit is 0, it will be replaced by the
zone number.
Event code for zone fire alarm. Note: if the second digit is 0, it will be replaced by the
zone number.
Event code for zone fire alarm restore. Note: if the second digit is 0, it will be replaced
by the zone number.
Event code for zone fire trouble. Note: if the second digit is 0, it will be replaced by the
zone number.
Event code for zone fire trouble restore. Note: if the second digit is 0, it will be replaced
by the zone number.
Event code for zone tamper alarm. Note: if the second digit is 0, it will be replaced by
the zone number.
Event code for zone emergency alarm. Note: if the second digit is 0, it will be replaced
by the zone number.
Event code for normal opening by user. Note: if the second digit is 0, it will be replaced
by the user number.
Event code for normal closing by user. Note: if the second digit is 0, it will be replaced
by the user number.
Event code for force closing by user. Note: if the second digit is 0, it will be replaced by
the user number.
Event code for perimeter closing by user. Note: if the second digit is 0, it will be
replaced by the user number.
Event code for failed to open.
Event code for failed to close.
Event code for AC loss.
Event code for AC restore.
Event code for low battery.
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
478
479
480
Event code for low battery restore.
Event code for Manual test.
Event code for log 75% full.
Event code for clock change (and end of remote programming).
Event code for bell cutoff.
Event code for Emergency key.
Event code for Fire Emergency key.
Event code for Police Emergency key.
Event code for Duress condition.
Event code for Periodic Test.
481
Not available.
ADDRESSES 482-489: Relay 1-4 parameters.
The 3402 and 3407 Output Relay Modules are add-on items and can be purchased from Electronics
Line. The operation and programming of the different relays is done in the control panel, and is
independent for each relay (for operation refer to the SELECT 8, 3 and SELECT 8, 4 options). Relays
can be used for status indication, additional bell outputs, specific area bells and indications, and access
control over 7 doors. The first two digits programmed are for the first address, the second two are for
the second address. The 1st and 2nd digits of the function code are the mode of operation for the relay.
Select from the table on the following:
Mode
00
Type
Access
Description
Access control
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
Status
Status
Status
Status
Event
Event
Event
Event
Event
Event
Status
Status
System 1 armed
System 2 armed
System 3 armed
System 4 armed
Silent alarm
System 1 alarm
System 2 alarm
System 3 alarm
System 4 alarm
Fire alarm
Keypad active
System 1 status
0D
Status
System 2 status
0E
Status
System 3 status
0F
Status
System 4 status
10
11
Status
Status
12
14
15
16
17
18
Status
Status
Status
Status
Status
Status
Power trouble
Telephone
trouble
Pre-alarm
Exit/Entry sys. 1
Exit/Entry sys. 2
Exit/Entry sys. 3
Exit/Entry sys. 4
Bell
Activated by
Relay X activated upon 'SELECT, 0' at keypad
X
System 1 armed
System 2 armed
System 3 armed
System 4 armed
Silent alarm (any system), Duress
System 1 alarm
System 2 alarm
System 3 alarm
System 4 alarm
Fire alarm (any system)
Active keypad session
System 1 Not ready, Pulsing if system has
bypassed zones
System 2 Not ready, Pulsing if system has
bypassed zones
System 3 Not ready, Pulsing if system has
bypassed zones
System 4 Not ready, Pulsing if system has
bypassed zones
System power trouble (AC or Batt.)
System telephone line failure
Deactivated by
Cutoff time
Pre-Alarm (if 20 sec bell delay)
System 1 in Exit/Entry
System 2 in Exit/Entry
System 3 in Exit/Entry
System 4 in Exit/Entry
Bell follower
Cutoff
System Status
System Status
System Status
System Status
Bell follower
System disarmed/ cutoff
System disarmed/ cutoff
System disarmed/ cutoff
System disarmed/ cutoff
Cutoff
cutoff / System 1 disarm
cutoff / System 2 disarm
cutoff / System 3 disarm
cutoff / System 4 disarm
Cutoff / SELECT 4 4
No active keypad
System 1 ready
System 2 ready
System 3 ready
System 4 ready
System power is OK
Telephone line OK
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The 3rd digit is the polarity of the relay. If pulsing is required:
0
1
2
3
Normally deactivated
Normally activated
Normally deactivated
Normally activated
Steady relay
Steady relay
1sec ON, 1sec OFF,...
1sec ON, 1sec OFF,...
The 4th digit is the cutoff time. Selecting F does not return the relay state back to normal. Upon ending the
initiating event (e.g.: when selecting mode 10 with cutoff F), the relay will be activated by any power
trouble, and deactivated only upon power being restored. Selecting any value other than F will restore the
relay to normal condition after the time-out:
0
1
2
3
No operation
2 seconds
5 seconds
10 seconds
4
5
6
7
20 seconds
30 seconds
60 seconds
90 seconds
8
9
A
B
2 minutes
3 minutes
5 minutes
10 minutes
C
D
E
F
15 minutes
20 minutes
---Continuous
Examples:
1. To use relay 4 as access control relay to open an electric door - program address 488 to 0001 (Access
control, Normally deactivated, Steady relay, 2 seconds). Only keypad number 4 will be able to activate this
relay (refer to keypad programming in Chapter Three and Chapter Four)
2. To use relay 2 to sound 3 beeps at an external low power siren during arming of system 1 - program
address 484 to 0122 (System 1 armed, Normally deactivated, pulsed 1sec on, 1sec off, total of 5 seconds 3 pulses).
482-483
484-485
486-487
488-489
Programming for Relay #1 (or on-board relay K5). Refer to charts above for programming
procedure.
Programming for Relay #2 (or on-board relay K6). Same as above.
Programming for Relay #3. Same as above.
Programming for Relay #4. Same as above.
ADDRESSES 490-493: Test timer and method of AC synchronization.
You can select to have the panel test communication with the central station at a specified time. Select
both the day of the month and the time at which this will be done. Also, select the clock to either be
synchronized by the AC or not.
490
Test interval settings.
The time intervals at which the periodic test will take place are set here for tests being
performed less frequently than once per month (settings from address 491 effect the need to
program this address). The first digit represents how often the test will take place. The
second digit represents the month during which the periodic test interval will begin. Select a
first digit value from the following:
1 - once in 12 months.
4 - once in 3 months.
2 - once in 6 months.
6 - once in two months.
3 - once in 4 months.
Select a second digit value from the following:
0 - January.
3 - April.
6 - July.
1 - February.
4 - May.
7 - August.
2 - March.
5 - June.
8 - September.
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9 - October.
A - November.
B - December.
491
Periodic test timer settings.
The test transmission is used to periodically check the system's communication with a
central station. This test is automatically initiated every one hour, two hours, 6 hours, 12
hours, daily, weekly or monthly, as programmed. Select from the following table the two digit
time interval for this test (if the period is weekly - select the day in week, and if the period is
monthly - select the day in month). Note: The 3208 control panel automatically adjusts
for a leap year.
00 - no test
01 - 1 hour test
02 - 6 hour test
03 - 12 hour test
04 - daily test
05 - weekly, Monday
0D - weekly, Tuesday
15 - weekly, Wednesday
1D - weekly, Thursday
25 - weekly, Friday
2D - weekly, Saturday
35 - weekly, Sunday
0E - monthly, 1st day
of the month
16 - monthly, 2nd
1E - monthly, 3rd
26 - monthly, 4th
2E - monthly, 5th
36 - monthly, 6th
3E - monthly, 7th
46 - monthly, 8th
4E - monthly, 9th
5E - monthly, 11th
66 - monthly, 12th
6E - monthly, 13th
76 - monthly, 14th
7E - monthly, 15th
86 - monthly, 16th
8E - monthly, 17th
96 - monthly, 18th
9E - monthly, 19th
A6 - monthly, 20th
AE - monthly, 21st
B6 - monthly, 22nd
BE - monthly, 23rd
C6 - monthly, 24th
CE - monthly, 25th
D6 - monthly, 26th
DE - monthly, 27th
E6 - monthly, 28th
EE - monthly, 29th
(except Feb.)
F6 - monthly, 30th
(except Feb.)
FE - monthly, 31st
(except Feb. ,Apr.,
June, Sep. ,Nov.)
For test intervals occurring less frequently than once per month, select from the following:
0F - 1st day of month
6F - 13th day of month
CF - 25th day of month
17 - 2nd day of month
77 - 14th day of month
D7 - 26th day of month
1F - 3rd day of month
7F - 15th day of month
DF - 27th day of month
27 - 4th day of month
87 - 16th day of month
E7 - 28th day of month
2F - 5th day of month
8F - 17th day of month
EF - 29th day of month
37 - 6th day of month
97 - 18th day of month
(except Feb.)
3F - 7th day of month
9F - 19th day of month
F7 - 30th day of month
47 - 8th day of month
A7 - 20th day of month
(except Feb.)
4F - 9th day of month
AF - 21st day of month
FF - 31st day of month
57 - 10th day of month
B7 - 22nd day of month
(except Feb., Apr.,
5F - 11th day of month
BF - 23rd day of month
June, Sep., Nov.)
67 - 12th day of month
C7 - 24th day of month
492
Setting for test hour.
Select the hour that at which the test will take place (minutes will be programmed at the next
address, 493). If more than one test per day has been programmed (see address 491 above)
this will be the time of the first test. The others will follow as set at address 491. Hourly test
are performed on the hour. Select a two digit value from the following table:
00 - 0 am
05 - 5 am
0A - 10 am
0F - 3 pm
14 - 8 pm
01 - 1 am
06 - 6 am
0B - 11 am
10 - 4 pm
15 - 9 pm
02 - 2 am
07 - 7 am
0C - 12 am
11 - 5 pm
16 - 10 pm
03 - 3 am
08 - 8 am
0D - 1 pm
12 - 6 pm
17 - 11 pm
04 - 4 am
09 - 9 am
0E - 2 pm
13 - 7 pm
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493
Clock synchronization and minutes setting for periodic test.
Determine if the clock will be synchronized by the AC, or not, and how many minutes the
periodic test timer needs to be. Enter this value based on the following two digit combinations:
Minutes
XX:00
XX:05
XX:10
XX:15
XX:20
XX:25
Without
AC sync.
00
05
0A
0F
14
19
With AC
sync.
C0
C5
CA
CF
D4
D9
Minutes
XX:30
XX:35
XX:40
XX:45
XX:50
XX:55
Without
AC sync.
1E
23
28
2D
32
37
With AC
sync.
DE
E3
E8
ED
F2
F7
Any other minute setting can be selected by entering the Hexadecimal value for that minute.
Add C0H for AC synchronization.
For example:
• 1: To have no test, and the system clock not synchronized by the AC line, enter 00 00
00.
• 2: To have no test, and the system clock synchronized by the AC line, enter 00 00 C0.
• 3: To have a test every one hour, 20 minutes after a whole hour, enter 01 00 D4.
• 4: To have a daily test at 8:45 PM, enter 04 14 ED.
• 5: To have a weekly test every Sunday at 2:35 AM, enter 35 02 E3.
Note: Do not forget to program parameter address 480 so that the appropriate event
code will be transmitted to the central station during the periodic test.
494
Arming options.
You can select what type of arming tones, if any, that the armed system will produce, what
audible devices transmit these tones (if any), and whether to allow functions such as forced
arming, auto arming at the end of a time window, and auto unbypassing upon disarming.
Select a value for the first digit of address 494 from the following table:
first (left)
digit value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
56
auto unbypass
upon disarm
send arm only
if all systems
armed
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
auto arming
at the end of
closing
window
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
forced
arming
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
Select a value for the second digit of address 494 from the following:
0 - no arming tone at the bell / siren.
1 - bell / siren ring after arming of every system.
5 - bell / siren ring only after all systems are armed.
9 - bell / siren ringback from central station (short ring after central station acknowledges the
arming message).
495
Date and time formats.
This address allows you to select the date and time formats for the particular installation.
Select the desired format combination from the following:
00 - MM/DD/YY, 12 hour clock.
40 - MM/DD/YY, 24 hour clock.
80 - DD/MM/YY, 12 hour clock.
C0 - DD/MM/YY, 24 hour clock.
496
Remote programming options and miscellaneous options.
When using the up/download software, you need to select the proper parameters to establish
communication. The panel can be programmed to allow remote programmer access 24
hours a day, or only when all of the sub-systems are disarmed. The panel can allow a direct
call access (the remote programmer initiates the call and programs at the same call) or a
callback access [the remote programmer calls the panel, the panel recognizes the passcode
sent by the remote programmer, hangs up, and dials back to the remote programmer via the
callback telephone number programmed at addresses 184 - 191 within 60 seconds,
(preventing unauthorized remote programming by someone who might have the remote
programming software and know the access code)].
Miscellaneous Parameters:
• The Bell cutoff event (if a code was programmed at address 475) can be transmitted
upon every bell cutoff, or only when the user initiated a bell cutoff.
• The Police key can initiate a silent or audible alarm.
• The Bell can be delayed by 20 seconds from the beginning of an alarm (except fire
alarms which can not be delayed).
Select an appropriate value for the first digit from the table below:
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Bell delay
no delay
20 sec delay
no delay
20 sec delay
no delay
20 sec delay
no delay
20 sec delay
Bell cutoff event
always
always
only user initiated
only user initiated
always
always
only user initiated
only user initiated
Police Key alarm
silent
silent
silent
silent
audible
audible
audible
audible
The amount of rings after which the panel picks up the line is also programmable. The panel
is equipped with the “answering machine override” feature. This allows the panel to
recognize that a call was placed by a remote programmer, even if the phone line was picked
up by an answering machine or other telephone equipment, and disconnect the other
equipment from the line and seize the line for a remote programming session. Select a value
for the second digit from the following table:
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Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Remote
Prog.
Access
24 hours
24 hours
24 hours
24 hours
24 hours
24 hours
24 hours
24 hours
Remote
Prog.
Comm.
direct call
direct call
direct call
direct call
callback
callback
callback
callback
Number
of
Rings
1
3
7
17
1
3
7
17
Value
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
Remote
Prog.
Access
disarmed
disarmed
disarmed
disarmed
disarmed
disarmed
disarmed
disarmed
Remote
Prog.
Comm.
direct call
direct call
direct call
direct call
callback
callback
callback
callback
Number
of
Rings
1
3
7
17
1
3
7
17
497
AC Loss report delay.
To prevent short AC power losses from creating AC loss messages to the central station,
select the appropriate delay for the length of time AC needs to be lost until a message is sent
to the central station. Choices range from 0-255 minutes after AC loss. Enter the number of
minutes in hex format at this address. Some typical values:
05 - 5 minutes
1E - 30 minutes
78 - 2 hours
0A - 10 minutes
2D - 45 minutes
B4 - 3 hours
0F - 15 minutes
3C - 1 hour
F0 - 4 hours
14 - 20 minutes
5A - 1.5 hours
Additional hexadecimal values are available for minutes. Contact your local dealer or
Electronics Line for a listing of these.
498
Fire sensor trip and restore methods, swinger setting.
A swinger zone is a zone that is limited to a specific number of alarms within a preprogrammed amount of time. The swinger settings are associated with the zone
programming addresses. All swinger zones are assigned the same swinger setting. For
example: If zone 1 was set as a swinger at address 001, and swinger mode was set to “1
alarm in 1 arming period” at address 498, only one alarm will be accepted from this zone
within every one arming period. The second alarm from this zone within this period will not
trigger the bell/communicator.
Enter the value from the following as the first digit:
0 - 1 alarm in 1 arming period.
5 - 1 alarm every 30 minutes.
4 - 1 alarm every 1 hour.
6 - 1 alarm every 15 minutes.
Depending on the type of installation and local jurisdiction, select the appropriate values from
the following list. The fire sensor reset can occur automatically upon fire alarm, or manually
by user operation (“SELECT” ‘4’, ‘3’). The cutoff is the amount in which the smoke detector
will be without power for it to reset. Enter the selection as the second digit:
0 - auto reset, 10 second power-up delay.
1 - auto reset, 30 second power-up delay.
2 - auto reset, 60 second power-up delay.
3 - auto reset, 120 second power-up delay.
4 - auto reset, user activate power-up (by command “43”).
8 - user reset (by command “43”), 10 second power-up delay.
9 - user reset (by command “43”), 30 second power-up delay.
A - user reset (by command “43”), 60 second power-up delay.
B - user reset (by command “43”), 120 second power-up delay.
C - user reset (by command “43”), user activate power-up (by command “43”).
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499
Telephone Line Supervision Detection Adjustment.
This parameter allows you to adjust the detection window for telephone line supervision. This
is done by moving the physical detection window by programming it to either the left or the
right of the default window. Note: Should the default value not be suitable for the
installation, we suggest slowly shifting the window left and right to determine the best
value for telephone line supervision.
To adjust the telephone line detection window enter your selection from the following:
01, 02, 03 - shift detection window right.
81, 82, 83 - shift detection window left.
5.5: Parameters Index
The following is a listing of the programmable parameters (by address):
A
AC
loss report delay 497
loss telephone event code 468
restore telephone event code
469
synchronization 491-493
Acknowledgments, time-outs for 240
Anti jamming 241
Arming options 494
B
Backlight on 137
Backup telephone setting 160-167
Bell cutoff telephone event code 475
Bell/siren
activation by system 411
cutoff time 413
Burglary alarm message routing
284-288
C
Clock
change telephone event code
474
synchronization 493
Close message routing 304-308
Closing
normal by user telephone event
code 463
window #1, size and set time
392
window #2, size and set time
393
window #3, size and set time
394
window #4, size and set time
395
windows 389-409
D
Dial tone wait 241
Dialing attempts 241
Duress condition telephone event
code 479
E
event
Emergency key telephone
code 476
End
of
remote
programming
telephone event code 474
Entry timer
#1 386
#2 387
#3 388
Event routing 284-313
F
Failed to close telephone event code
467
Failed to open telephone event code
466
Fire
alarm message routing 294-298
alarm verification 001
emergency key telephone event
code 477
sensor restore 498
sensor trip 498
trouble message routing 299303
Follow me 176-183
Force closing by user telephone
event code 464
K
Keypad
#1 136-137
#2 138-139
#3 140-141
#4 142-143
#5 144-145
#6 146-147
#7 148-149
#8 150-151
L
Latch key 415
LCD custom message
#1 416-423
#2 424-431
#3 432-439
#4 440-447
Log 75% full telephone event code
473
Low battery restore telephone event
code 471
Low battery telephone event code
470
LSCP
keypad supervision 450
zone expander supervision 451
M
Manual test telephone event code
472
Message attempts 241
Miscellaneous options 496
N
Non fire zone trouble message
routing 289-293
O
Open message routing 304-308
Opening normal by user telephone
event code 462
window #1, size and set time
389
window #2, size and set time
390
window #3, size and set time
391
windows 389-409
P
Perimeter closing by user telephone
event code 465
Periodic test
minute setting 493
telephone event code 580
timer settings 491
Phone supervision 240
Police emergency key telephone
event code 478
Power on default 415
Primary telephone setting 152-159
Protocol for telephone
#1 244-245
#2 246-247
59
#3 248-249
#4 250-251
Pulse
counter #1 386
counter #2 387
counter #3 388
dialing 240
R
Relay
#1 482-483
#2 484-485
#3 486-487
#4 488-489
#5 128-129
#6 130-131
#7 132-133
Remote programming
callback 184-191
options 496
S
Service message routing 309-313
Setting for hour when test occurs
492.
Swinger setting 498
System
#1 exit timer 382
#2 exit timer 383
#3 exit timer 384
#4 exit timer 385
Systems
1 and 2, windows settings for
Friday 404
1 and 2, windows settings for
Monday 396
1 and 2, windows settings for
Saturday 406
1 and 2, windows settings for
Sunday 408
1 and 2, windows settings for
Thursday 402
1 and 2, windows settings for
Tuesday 398
1 and 2, windows settings for
Wednesday 400
3 and 4, windows settings for
Friday 405
3 and 4, windows settings for
Saturday 407
3 and 4, windows settings for
Sunday 409
3 and 4, windows settings for
Thursday 403
3 and 4, windows settings for
Tuesday 399
3 and 4, windows settings for
Wednesday 401
3 and 4, window settings for
Monday 397
displayed on the keypads 137
T
Telephone
#1 152-159
#1 system #1 Account # 192194
#1 system #2 Account # 195197
#1 system #3 Account # 198200
#1 system #4 Account # 201203
#2 160-167
#2 system #1 Account # 204206
#2 system #2 Account # 207209
#2 system #3 Account # 210212
#2 system #4 Account # 213215
#3 168-175
#3 system #1 Account # 216218
#3 system #2 Account # 219221
#3 system #3 Account # 222224
#3 system #4 Account # 225227
#4 176-183
#4 system #1 Account # 228230
#4 system #2 Account # 231233
#4 system #3 Account # 234236
#4 system #4 Account # 237239
communicators telephone event
codes 452-481
line parameters 240-241
Test timer 491-493
Tone dialing 240
Z
Zone
# 1 parameters 000-003
# 2 parameters 004-007
# 3 parameters 008-011
# 4 parameters 012-015
# 5 parameters 016-019
# 6 parameters 020-023
# 7 parameters 024-027
# 8 parameters 028-031
# 9 parameters 032-035
# 10 parameters 036-039
# 11 parameters 040-043
# 12 parameters 044-047
# 13 parameters 048-051
# 14 parameters 052-055
# 15 parameters 056-059
# 16 parameters 060-063
# 17 parameters 064-067
# 18 parameters 068-071
# 19 parameters 072-075
# 20 parameters 076-079
# 21 parameters 080-083
# 22 parameters 084-087
# 23 parameters 088-091
# 24 parameters 092-095
# 25 parameters 096-099
# 26 parameters 100-103
# 27 parameters 104-107
# 28 parameters 108-111
# 29 parameters 112-115
# 30 parameters 116-119
# 31 parameters 120-123
# 32 parameters 124-127
Zone alarm restore telephone event
code 453
Zone emergency alarm telephone
event code 461
Zone fire alarm restore telephone
event code 457
Zone fire alarm telephone event
code 456
Zone fire trouble restore telephone
event code 459
Zone fire trouble telephone event
code 458
Zone in alarm telephone event code
452
Zone tamper alarm telephone event
code 460
Zone trouble restore telephone event
code 455
Zone trouble telephone event code
454
5.6: Default Programs
The control panel holds 2 default programs to support easy installation with out requiring any special knowledge
of the parameters. All control panels are factory-programmed to default program 1. They can be
reprogrammed to default program 2 or reprogrammed to default program 1. After selecting a default program,
only a few parameters will have to be changed, such as telephone numbers, user codes, etc. Record all
parameter changes on the programming forms located in the rear of the manual.
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5.7: Remote Programming
A complete guide to the Remote Programmer is available with the software. The following is a brief summary
of the functions offered by the remote programmer.
Programming of the control panel can be performed using the remote programming Remote Programmer and
software (ELPN 5200071, available from Electronics Line) over a standard telephone line and an IBM PC
compatible computer [286AT or higher with a free serial port, CRT display (color VGA display is recommended)
and equipped with DOS 3.1 operation system or higher]. All of the functions of the panel are programmed
while on line. Uploading and downloading using the remote programming software is very simple and is
completed within a few minutes.
Remote programming can take place using one of the following procedures. The upload/download software will
dial the telephone number of the control panel, validate the remote programming passcode, and access the
control panel for programming.
Callback
The remote programming software will dial the number of the control panel and validate the remote
programming passcode. If validated, the control panel will hang up and dial the programmed callback
telephone number.
To initiate remote programming using callback, you must program the control panel to function in the callback
mode. This can be done either from the keypad or from the remote programming software using direct access
remote programming.
To program the callback feature, using the remote programmer:
1. Select a customer file by selecting Load from the File menu.
2. Select Direct Access from the Edit menu.
3. Move to the Miscellaneous menu and select Remote Programming.
4. Select Passcode Access type choice must be.
5. Move to Communication Menu, and select Connect.
6. When direct access communication has been established, move to Edit menu, select customer.
7. As communications field select Callback.
8. Move to Miscellaneous menu and select Remote Programming.
9. Enter the callback telephone number.
10. At the Access Type field, select Callback Access.
11. Move to Files menu and save changes.
12. Move to Communications menu, select Download, Update.
13. Disconnect. The Callback feature is now active.
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Answering Machine Override
If the control panel is attached to a line which has an answering machine connected, and the remote
programmer calls the control panel, the control panel will wait the amount of rings programmed in the machine
(1, 3, 7 or 17). If another type of telephone equipment picks up the phone line before (such as an answering
machine), the control panel will listen to the line silently without interfering the normal operation of the
answering machine. When the control panel recognizes the signal and passcode from the remote programmer,
it will seize the line, disconnecting the answering machine. Programming may now begin.
On Site Installation Initiated
The on-site installer can initiate remote programming (Off-hook - after coordinating with remote programming
personnel) by keying in Select 7, 4, 2 followed by the authorized user code. If the control panel is programmed
in the callback mode, the panel will initiate the Callback operation as describe above. Another method is to
initiate a call from the remote programming software and key in Select 7, 4, 1 and the authorized user code.
The panel will seize the line and allow remote programming to begin.
To operate the remote programmer:
1. Exit all non-DOS applications (Windows included).
2. At the prompt type “rp3206” and then press enter. The remote programmer XXXXXXX screen will appear.
3. Enter passcode at the passcode prompt. The Menu screen will appear.
4. Select Off-hook from the Communications menu.
5. Begin programming the desired selections.
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APPENDIX A: TROUBLESHOOTING
The following is a guide to troubleshooting, using the Summit 3208 security system.
Problem
Telephone line failure
when the telephone
operational.
Reason
The telephone line supervision
circuit is set to the wrong
sensitivity.
Action
Increase or decrease sensitivity by
programming parameter 499.
Telephone line failure appears
when the telephone line is not
connected (control panel used as a
local alarm).
Event codes programmed
values above “00”.
at
Program event codes as “00” at
parameter addresses 452 - 481
and power down the panel.
Keypad display not responsive.
A Keypad at a different address
has been activated.
Wait for time out to activate, or
press “AWAY” key.
No display on keypad.
Auxiliary power fuse blown.
Replace fuse.
Constant low battery message on
display.
Faulty battery
blown.
No sound from the bell.
Blown bell
parameters.
Zone expander does not give any
zone indications.
Zone expander supervision is not
programmed.
Reprogram parameter 451.
A single output does not react
properly.
Programming error.
Correct the programming for the
specific relay.
Wrong alarm or trouble indicator
from the zone.
Wrong zone loop type selected.
Reprogram zone type parameters
for the correct loop type.
Failure to communicate with the
central station.
Wrong telephone number, wrong
event code, wrong protocol, or
wrong telephone line parameters.
Consult with the central station
owner/operator and program the
appropriate parameters.
Failure to communicate with the
central station.
Incorrect
telephone
communication.
Incoming line should be connected
to terminals 3 and 4. Outgoing
telephone line to terminals 1 and 2.
appears
line is
or
battery
fuse
or
fuse
Replace battery at least every five
years or replace the blown fuse.
wrong
Replace fuse or program the bell
parameters correctly (411,.413,
288, 293, 298, 303, 308, 313.
line
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APPENDIX B: HEXADECIMAL CONVERSION CHART
The following is a decimal (i.e. number of hours, minutes, etc.) to hexadecimal conversion chart:
Hex Dec
Hex Dec
Hex Dec
Hex Dec
Hex Dec
Hex Dec
Dec
Hex Dec
224
192
C0
160
A0
128
80
96
60
64
40
32
20
0
0
225
193
C1
161
A1
129
81
97
61
65
41
33
21
1
1
226
194
C2
162
A2
130
82
98
62
66
42
34
22
2
2
227
195
C3
163
A3
131
83
99
63
67
43
35
23
3
3
228
196
C4
164
A4
132
84
100
64
68
44
36
24
4
4
229
197
C5
165
A5
133
85
101
65
69
45
37
25
5
5
230
198
C6
166
A6
134
86
102
66
70
46
38
26
6
6
231
199
C7
167
A7
135
87
103
67
71
47
39
27
7
7
232
200
C8
168
A8
136
88
104
68
72
48
40
28
8
8
233
201
C9
169
A9
137
89
105
69
73
49
41
29
9
9
234
202
CA
170
AA
138
8A
106
6A
74
4A
42
2A
10
A
235
203
CB
171
AB
139
8B
107
6B
75
4B
43
2B
11
B
236
204
CC
172
AC
140
8C
108
6C
76
4C
44
2C
12
C
237
205
CD
173
AD
141
8D
109
6D
77
4D
45
2D
13
D
238
206
CE
174
AE
142
8E
110
6E
78
4E
46
2E
14
E
239
207
CF
175
AF
143
8F
111
6F
79
4F
47
2F
15
F
240
208
D0
176
B0
144
90
112
70
80
50
48
30
16
10
241
209
D1
177
B1
145
91
113
71
81
51
49
31
17
11
242
210
D2
178
B2
146
92
114
72
82
52
50
32
18
12
243
211
D3
179
B3
147
93
115
73
83
53
51
33
19
13
244
212
D4
180
B4
148
94
116
74
84
54
52
34
20
14
245
213
D5
181
B5
149
95
117
75
85
55
53
35
21
15
246
214
D6
182
B6
150
96
118
76
86
56
54
36
22
16
247
215
D7
183
B7
151
97
119
77
87
57
55
37
23
17
248
216
D8
184
B8
152
98
120
78
88
58
56
38
24
18
249
217
D9
185
B9
153
99
121
79
89
59
57
39
25
19
250
218
DA
186
BA
154
9A
122
7A
90
5A
58
3A
26
1A
251
219
DB
187
BB
155
9B
123
7B
91
5B
59
3B
27
1B
252
220
DC
188
BC
156
9C
124
7C
92
5C
60
3C
28
1C
253
221
DD
189
BD
157
9D
125
7D
93
5D
61
3D
29
1D
254
222
DE
190
BE
158
9E
126
7E
94
5E
62
3E
30
1E
255
223
DF
191
BF
159
9F
127
7F
95
5F
63
3F
31
1F
64
Hex
E0
E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
E9
EA
EB
EC
ED
EE
EF
F0
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
FA
FB
FC
FD
FE
FF
GLOSSARY
# key:
Used in programming telephone numbers as the pause command, as well as the police
emergency key, when used in conjunction with the “MENU/NEXT” key.
Q key:
Used in programming telephone numbers as the switch to tone command, as well as the
emergency key, when used in conjunction with the “MENU/NEXT” key.
0-9 keys: Used to enter telephone numbers, issue commands, and make selections from the menu.
24 hour zone: A zone which is active 24 hours/day, even when unit is disarmed or in stay mode.
Typically fire zone, emergency zone, etc. See also: Armed.
-AAlarm:
The detection of en event and the transmission of a code to the central station by the system.
An alarm may result in the operation of a bell/siren.
Answering machine override: The possibility to have the system identify the remote programming
session, even though an answering machine or fax may have picked up on the line.
Armed: The state between arming and disarming. Upon detection, the system sends alarms and
activates the siren.
Audible zone: A zone, which when alarmed activates the siren.
Authorization level: Assigned to each user code. Determines which alarm control panel activities can be
performed by the different users.
Auto-arming: The system can be programmed to arm itself automatically at a user specified time.
Away key: Completely arms the system (perimeter and interior), which can be programmed as a one
touch key operation).
-BBackup: The telephone number which is dialed, should there be a communication failure with the primary
telephone number.
Battery test: One of the selectable system tests, which is also performed every 30 seconds automatically
by the unit. This test checks to see the operation of the system’s battery backup.
Beep:
The sound made by the keypad when the keys are pressed. Also heard during entry and exit
delays (programmable). See also chime.
Bell cancel: Immediately stops the bell sound.
Bell Test: This test checks to see that the bell works.
Bell:
Audible alarm device activated by a DC voltage.
Bypass zone x: Tells the system to ignore signals from the designated zone (x).
-CCallback remote programmer: A toll saver feature used during remote programming. The remote
programmer sends out a signal to the unit, which results in the system hanging up and calling
back the remote programmer involved in the remote programming.
Central station communication: The complete protocol of a control panel sending a message about an
event (i.e. an alarm, opening/closing, test, etc.) to the central station.
Chime: The sound made by the keypad when a zone programmed to activate a chime opens, such as a
front door. See also beep.
Clear log: After viewing the event log, the user may choose to clear the events recorded.
Closing window: The time in which the user has selected to arm the system. Closing windows are set
for each day, out of a choice of four user selected time windows. The use of a closing window
disables a closing message transmission to the central station. This can also be used in
conjunction with auto-arming.
Control panel keypad support: The control panel supports over 30 keypads on 8 addresses. Only 8
keypads may be supervised.
-DDefault program #1: The system comes equipped with two default programs. Loading a default program
loads nominal values for all parameters and enables changes to be made to only those
parameters necessary for user customization. Default program #1 is designated for use in nonpartitioned mode.
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Default program #2: The system comes equipped with two default programs. Loading a default program
loads nominal values for all parameters and enables changes to be made to only those
parameters necessary for user customization. Default program #2 is designated for use in
partitioned mode.
Delayed zone: A zone, which after detection will allow a certain entry delay for the user to disarm the
system before sounding the alarm. See also entry delay and exit delay.
Detailed display of system x: The keypad can be set to show a detailed display of the system, including
system troubles, sub-system status, time/date and zone status..
Disarm system x: Disarm sub-system specified.
Disarmed: System is not armed and will neither send nor sound an alarm, except for an event from a 24
hour zone.
Display: Available in both the LCD and LED keypads. Displays the system status.
Duplicate: Two or more telephone numbers can be programmed as duplicate if a specific communication
should be sent to all of them regardless of if a message was received by one of the others.
Duress user code: Should users have to forcefully arm or disarm their system, keying in this code will
send an event message to the central station, notifying them of a duress situation.
-EEEPROM: Non-volatile memory.
Emergency keys: These keys, which are available for police, fire and emergency inform the central
station of an emergency situation. Note: This key has not been investigated by UL, under
UL 1637 the Standard for Home Healthcare Signaling Equipment.
End Of Line Resistor: Used in conjunction with supervision to detect tampering with a zone, resulting in
an alarm signal.
Entry delay: A delay set for a zone which allows the user enough time to enter the armed area and
disarm the system, without generating an alarm.
Event log: Records the last 16 events that the system has undergone.
Exit delay: A delay set for a zone which allows the user enough time to exit the armed area, without
generating an alarm.
-FFire sensor power reset: Resetting is done by disconnecting and then reconnecting the power to the
attached detector.
Fire with trouble: A supervised loop type that can detect both a fire and a trouble condition.
Fire zone: An area set to detect a fire alarm. This zone is always set as a 24 hour zone.
Follow me: Typically the 4th telephone number. This number can be programmed to send a message to
wherever the users are, notifying them of a problem with their security system.
Follower zone: A zone that is prohibited from generating an alarm while an entry delay is active.
Forced arm: The system can be force armed when it is not ready for arming due to a zone being open.
Note: This operation assumes that all zones will be ready by the end of the exit delay,
otherwise an alarm will be generated.
-IImmediate arm: This arms the system immediately, without allowing the user an exit delay. This is done
by pressing the “Q” after arming. Use of immediate arming cancels the exit delay.
Indicators: On both the LCD and LED keypads. The indicators show the system status, i.e. armed or
power. Additional indicators on the LED keypad.
Instant zone: A zone which when detecting automatically generates an alarm, not depending on any
delay.
Interior zone: Used for interior protection. Zones of this type are not armed when the “STAY” key is
pressed.
-KKeypad unit address: The address to which the keypad has been set.
Keys:
The buttons located on the keypad, used to execute the different keypad functions.
Key switch: An actual key or push button that when pressed toggles the status.
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-LLatch Key: When programmed, the “MENU/NEXT” key is used to acknowledge the arrivals or departures
from the system during an opening or closing window, so that a message is not transmitted to
the central station.
Late to close: The message sent to the central station when a unit is not armed at the end of the
programmed window.
Late to open: The message sent to the central station when a unit is not disarmed at the end of the
programmed window.
-MManual programming: Programming done from either a LCD or LED keypad.
Menu/next key: This key allows the user to scroll through the main menu (LCD keypad only). When used
in conjunction with either the “Q”, “0” or “#” keys can send emergency codes.
Menu: The menu lists all of the operations available in the Summit 3208. This is available only on the
LCD keypad by pressing the “MENU/NEXT” key.
Menu mode: The LCD keypad is in the process of scrolling through the various menu items.
Message routing: Determines what events are sent to which central stations or to follow me notification,
and at what priority they are sent.
-NNormal arm: See “AWAY” key.
Normally closed: A loop type without an end of line resistor that is normally closed. When opened it
indicates an alarm.
Normally open: A loop type without an end of line resistor that is normally open. When closed it
indicates an alarm.
-OOn/off switch: One of the zone types, enables arming/disarming using a key switch connected to the
zone.
Off hook (remote programming): Allows the remote programmer to manually connect to the PC via
Remote Programmer for remote programming.
Opening window: The time in which the user has selected to disarm the system. Opening windows are
set for each day, out of a choice of three user selected time windows. The use of an opening
window disables an opening message transmission to the central station.
Output relay: Relays available on the 3402 and 3407 Output Relay Modules. They are programmable
from the control panel.
-PPartitioned mode: Partitioned mode divides the system into 4 sub-systems and control keypad user
access, as well as sub-system zone assignment.
Perimeter arm: See “STAY”.
Perimeter zone: A zone that can be armed by either “STAY” and “AWAY” keys.
Periodic circuit test: Tests the electronic circuitry for defects. Executed at all times.
Phone supervision: Monitors the telephone line voltage and sounds an alarm should the telephone line
be disconnected.
Power Indicator: Indicates the status of the primary and backup power supplies to the system.
Primary telephone number:
The first attempted telephone number to be used for a certain
communication.
The system sends a backup communication only when the primary
communication is unsuccessful.
Primary zone: A primary zone is a zone that has been assigned an entry delay. A primary zone sounds
an alarm only after a secondary zone has been activated in armed mode.
-RRemote programmer: The RP3206 software developed by Electronics Line used for programming the
system from a PC by either direct link or via a telephone line.
Relay module: The 3402 and 3407 add on relays used for operating items connected with the Summit
3208.
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-SSecondary zone: A secondary zone is a conditional zone in that it sounds an alarm only when a primary
zone’s entry delay has been activated (armed mode).
Select key: Using this key enables the selection of a menu option (LCD keypad only) or command code
sequence.
Set time: Allows the time and date to be set.
Silent zone: A zone that when activated sends an alarm message to the central station only, without
activating the bell.
Siren:
Audible alarm device driven by a modulated AC signal.
Smoke alarm verification: Verifies that a real fire is taking place, by resetting the detector and allowing a
second detection to validate the alarm, before sending an event code to the central station.
Smoke detector: Detects smoke for a fire alarm to be generated.
Standard communication formats: There are several formats which can be sent to a central station.
Before selecting the communication protocol, check with your central station as to which one is
used by them.
Status display mode: System displays the status of the system (i.e. ready to arm, zone bypassed, etc.).
See also: Detailed and Summarized.
Stay key: Pressing this key arms the perimeter only (stay mode).
Stop telephone call: Stops a central station communication and clears all pending messages.
Sub-system: A system out of the 4 available in partitioned mode.
Summarized display: Summarizes the system display. Displays system troubles, sub-system status, the
time and date, without zone status.
Swinger zone: A zone reporting only a specified number of alarms during a specified time frame.
-TTelephone communicator test: Tests the control panel’s ability to communicate with the central station.
Toll saver: Feature (callback) offered by the Summit 3208 which helps reduce the cost involved with
remote programming from the central station to the control panel.
Transistor module: The 3417, 7 transistor output module. It is capable of driving indicators or relays.
-UUnbypass zone x: Restores the zone to protection mode.
Unpartitioned: The Summit 3208 is not set to work as four sub-systems.
Unsupervised: An unsupervised keypad will not sound an alarm if it becomes detached from the control
panel.
User codes: A user code allows the user to perform the functions of the system. User codes are
assigned levels, which effect their functionality and can be assigned to the different subsystems. Up to 16 user codes can be assigned to the system.
-VView Log: Selecting this option allows the user to view a record of the last 16 events the system has
undergone.
-WWalk test: A test that allows for the testing of all of the detectors, without creating alarms. Used during
installations.
-ZZone descriptor: A name assigned to a zone, by the user, from a library of 64 descriptors. Displayed on
the LCD keypad with all messages relating to the specified zone.
Zone expander: An 8 zone expansion unit that adds on to the 8 zones on-board. Can be either wired or
wireless.
Zones: The physical and logical connection of a detector to a control panel.
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ELECTRONICS LINE (E. L.) LTD. AND ITS SUBSIDIARIES - LIMITED WARRANTY
ELECTRONICS LINE (E. L.) LTD. AND ITS SUBSIDIARIES (EL) warrants its products to be free from manufacturing
defects in materials and workmanship for two years following the date of sale. EL will, within said period, at its option, repair or
replace any product failing to operate correctly without charge to the original purchaser or user. In case of defect, contact the
security professional who installed and maintains your security system. In order to exercise the warranty, the product must be
returned by the user or purchaser, shipping costs prepaid and insured to EL. After repair or replacement, EL assumes the cost
of returning products under warranty. EL will not be responsible for any dismantling or reinstallation changes.
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installed, improperly used, abused, altered, damaged, subjected to acts of God, or on which any serial numbers have been
altered, defaced or removed.
There is no express or implied warranty of merchantability or warranty of fitness for a particular purpose. Any
action for breach of warranty, including but not limited to any implied warranty of merchantability, must be brought within the six
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damages for breach of this or any other warranty, express or implied, even if the loss or damage is caused by the EL's own
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whether direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or otherwise arising out of any failure of the product. CONSEQUENTLY, EL
SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, OR OTHER LOSS BASED ON A
CLAIM THE PRODUCT FAILED TO GIVE WARNING. EL's warranty, as hereinabove set forth, shall not be enlarged,
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This warranty contains the entire warranty. Additionally, this warranty is in lieu of all other obligations or
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purporting to act on its behalf to modify, to change, or to assume for it, any other warranty or liability concerning
its products.
EL RECOMMENDS THAT THE ENTIRE SYSTEM BE COMPLETELY TESTED WEEKLY.
Warning: Despite frequent testing, and due to, but not limited to, any or all of the following: criminal tampering, electrical
or communications disruption, it is possible for the system to fail to perform as expected. EL does not represent that the
product/system may not be compromised or circumvented; or that the product or system will prevent any personal injury or
property loss by burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise; nor that the product or system will in all cases provide adequate warning or
protection. A properly installed and maintained alarm may only reduce risk of burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise but it is not
insurance or a guarantee that these events will not occur. Therefore, the installer should in turn advise the consumer to take
any and all precautions for his or her safety including, but not limited to, fleeing the premises and calling police or fire
department, in order to mitigate the possibilities of harm and/or damage.
EL is not an insurer of either the property or safety of the user's family or employees, and limits its liability for any loss or
damage including incidental or consequential damages to EL’s original selling price of the product regardless of the cause of
such loss or damage. If the user wishes to protect itself to a greater extent, EL will, at user's sole cost and expense, obtain an
insurance policy to protect the user, supplemental to user's own policy, at a premium to be determined by EL's insurer upon
written notice from user by Certified Mail, Return Receipt Requested, to EL's home office address, and upon payment of the
annual premium cost by user.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, or differentiate in their treatment of limitations of liability for ordinary or gross negligence,
so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This Warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also
have other rights which vary from state to state.
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