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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction .............................................................. 5
The Control Panel .................................................................. 5
Glossary ................................................................................. 7
Operating from a Keypad ......................................... 8
Introduction ....................................................................................
Keypads ..................................................................................
LED Keypads ..................................................................................
Real-time signals ..................................................................
‘View Trouble’ mode ..............................................................
‘View Partition Status’ mode ..................................................
LCD Keypads .................................................................................
Volume Adjustment (MIA and ALISON only) ..........................
Contrast Adjustment (MIA and ALISON only) ........................
Brightness Adjustment (MIA and ALISON only) ....................
Viewing Troubles ....................................................................
Viewing Trouble Details .........................................................
Buzzer .............................................................................................
Superkeys ......................................................................................
Basic Operations ...........................................................................
Global Arming (Code + O) .....................................................
Global Disarming (Code + o) ...............................................
A or B Mode Arming (Code + A or Code + B) ......................
Notes on Arming from Keypads ............................................
Silencing Alarm Devices from Keypads ................................
Wrong Code ...........................................................................
User Menu and Main User Menu ..................................................
Reset Alarm or Clear Alarm Memory .....................................
Arming and Disarming your System .....................................
Overtime Request ..................................................................
Teleservice Request ..............................................................
Turning ON your System Automatically .................................
Turning ON Teleservice .........................................................
Enable/Disable Buzzer ...........................................................
Enable/Disable Answer Function ..........................................
Output Control ........................................................................
Programming Telephone Numbers ......................................
Programming Codes .............................................................
Programming the Date and Time .........................................
Test Siren ................................................................................
Zones Status ..........................................................................
View Logger ............................................................................
Clear Call Queue ....................................................................
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Using Digital Keys and Cards ................................. 37
Introduction ....................................................................................
Readers ..................................................................................
Digital Keys/Cards .................................................................
The Reader LEDs ...........................................................................
No Key/Card at Reader ..........................................................
Key/Card at Reader ................................................................
The PROXI Buzzer .........................................................................
Multiple Systems ...........................................................................
Digital Key/Card operations ..........................................................
Disarm (Turning OFF your system) .......................................
Arm — Global Mode (Turning ON your system) ....................
Arm — A Mode ........................................................................
Arm — B Mode ........................................................................
Silencing Alarm Signalling Devices from ECLIPSE Readers
Inhibit Alarms (Service Mode) ................................................
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Operating the System from a Telephone ................ 45
Remote Telephone Access via ‘Dialler’ mode ............................
Remote Telephone Access via ‘Answer’ mode ..........................
Teleservice Enabled ..............................................................
Teleservice Disabled .............................................................
Entering Your Telephone Access Code (DTMF) ..........................
Entering Commands .....................................................................
Cancel Command ..................................................................
Stop Alarm / On Hook .............................................................
Remote Talk / Listen-in ..........................................................
Remote 2Way Talk / Listen-in ................................................
Turning Appliances ON/OFF (Reserved Outputs) ................
Arm / Disarm ..........................................................................
System Status Enquiry ...........................................................
Enable / Disable Telephone Access Code ...........................
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The Wireless Key ...................................................... 50
Introduction ....................................................................................
Using the Wireless key .................................................................
Global Mode ...........................................................................
Disarm Global ........................................................................
A Mode Arming .......................................................................
B Mode Arming or Superkey 2 ...............................................
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INTRODUCTION
The Control Panel
This Manual is designed for anyone using a Control panel from the KYO
range. Most of the features described in this Manual are included on all
KYO Control panels. However, some features are included on certain models
only, in such cases, the name of the Control panel will be specified.
About Your Security Your Installer has set up your system with your premises in mind. You may not
System need all the features descibed in this Manual, therefore, your Installer will have
programmed only the features you need.
Controlling Your The functions on KYO4 and KYO8 (4 Partition Control panels) and KYO32 (8
System Partition Control panel) can be controlled from Keypads and Digital Readers
(see Figures 1, 2, 3 and 4).
The Digital This Manual provides step-by-step instructions for each function. This Control
Communicator panel has an intergrated Digital Communicator, that allows your system to send
Alarm, Trouble and Emergency messages to the Central Station, This feature also
allows your Installer to carry out remote maintenance (Teleservice).
The NC2/VOX If your system is equipped with an NC2/VOX Voice board (accessory item),
Voice Board your Digital communicator will be able to send voice messages.
NOTE - The KYO16D Control Panel DOES NOT ACCEPT the Voice board.
The VRX32-433 Series 32, 8W, 8GW and 16D Control panels accept VRX32-433 or Vector/RX8
and Vector/RX8 Receivers. Installation of a VRX32-433 or Vector/RX8 Receiver will allow the
Wireless Receiver control panel to manage Wireless security devices (Detectors, Magnetic Contacts,
etc.) and Wireless Keys.
Read this guide thoroughly to learn how to use your system. See the Glossary to
learn about the words used in the instructions.
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Glossary
Alarm Zone A limited area of the premises monitored by detectors (e.g. Motion detectors,
Door/Window contacts, etc.).
BPI Device A peripheral device connected to the Control panel by a 4 pin conductor.
Beep An audible signal emitted by the Keypad each time a key is pressed, or when
requested operations have been completed.
Buzz An audible signal emitted by the Keypad to indicate that a requested operation is
impossible, or has been denied (for example, automatic exit from the User Menu
at a LED keypad).
Buzzer An audible signalling device inside Keypads and PROXI Readers.
Central Station A private Security Company your Control panel will send Alarm, Trouble and
Emergency messages to (that is, if remote monitoring is enabled).
Detector A device which signals alarm conditions (e.g. Glassbreak, Forced entry, etc.).
Dialler An optional device which sends voice message to programmed phone numbers.
Digital An integrated on-line device that sends digital signals.
Communicator
Digital Key An electronic control key (see Figure 4) with a random code (selected from over
4 billion combinations).
Display An alphanumeric screen on the LCD Keypads.
LCD Keypad A command keypad with a display. Your Control panel can be programmed and
controlled via LCD Keypads.
LED A small coloured light on the Keypads and Readers.
LED Keypad A command keypad with LEDs. Your Control panel can be controlled via LED
Keypads.
Logger A list of the last 256 events on Series 32 Models.
A list of the last 128 events on Series 4-8 Models.
Partition A section of the premises. Each Partition can have its own Times, Code PINs and
Digital Keys/Cards, etc.
Reader A peripheral control device (see Figure 3) which accepts commands from Digital
Keys/Cards (e.g. PROXI Proximity Reader, ECLIPSE Readers).
Real-time Instant Audible/Visual signals or communications.
Telemonitoring A remote-monitoring service provided by a Central Station. This feature will
allow the Control panel to transmit real-time events (e.g. Forced entry, Tamper,
Alarms, etc.) to the Central station.
Teleservice A remote-maintenance service provided by your Installer. The Teleservice feature allows the Installer to operate on your system over the phone.
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OPERATING FROM A KEYPAD
Introduction
Keypads
This Control panel accepts LCD Keypads (see Figure 1) and/or LED Keypads
(see Figure 2).
For KYO16D Control Panel to be used all LCD Keypad and only ALISON/8L
LED Keypad.
The instructions in this guide show the keys of the NC2/TAST and ICON/KP
Keypads. The equivalent keys on the OMNIA/TAST and MIA can be seen in
Table 2 (below). Please note that some keys operate in accordance with their
status (Normal or Superkey status).
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LED Keypads have lights and/or backlighted keys (see Figure 5) which turn ON
or blink to indicate specific conditions.
Real-time signals
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‘View Trouble’ mode
Table 4 shows how the Keypad lights will signal the various Troubles.
Press E to access the ‘View Trouble’ mode from ‘Normal’ status (Control
panel Armed or Disarmed)
Press e to exit the ‘View Trouble’ mode
The ‘View Trouble’ mode will end automatically after 15 seconds of inactivity.
Exit will be confirmed by an audible signal (Buzz).
‘View Partition Status’ mode
Table 5 shows how the Keypad lights will signal the status of the Partition.
Press O to access the ‘View Partition Status’ mode from ‘Normal’ status
(Control panel is Armed or Disarmed)
Press e to exit the ‘View Partition Status’ mode.
The ‘View Partition Status’ will exit automatically after 15 seconds of inactivity.
Exit will be confirmed by an audible signal (Buzz).
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LCD Keypads
The keypad display (see Figure 6) will provide information on the system
status.
During ‘Normal’ status, the top line of the display will show the Date and
Time, and the bottom line will show the Armed/Disarmed status of the partitions (refer to Table 6), and Trouble events and information regarding the
Control panel (refer to Table 7).
To view the partition status, press O: the status of each partition (and relative
descriptions) will be shown at 2 second intervals.
If the Control panel has Zone Alarm or Tamper in memory (LED a blinking),
the top line will show the zone description (Label).
If Tamper or Alarm conditions are present on more than one zone, the relative
zone descriptions will be shown every 2 seconds.
Table 7 shows how the LCD keypad lights and display signal the system status
in real-time.
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Volume Adjustment (MIA and ALISON only)
To adjust the volume: push e to activate the audible signals. Release the button
when the required volume is signalled.
Volume signals :
short low beep Ö MUTE
long low beep Ö MEDIUM Volume
Long loud beep Ö MAXIMUM Volume
Contrast Adjustment (MIA and ALISON only)
To adjust the LCD Contrast, press:
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D (D)
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to decrease Contrast
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Brightness Adjustment (MIA and ALISON only)
To adjust the LCD brightness, press:
A (A)
B (B)
to increase Brightness
to decrease Brightness
Under some circumstances, automatic restoral to the factory default settings of
Brightness and Contrast may occur.
Viewing Troubles
If the amber G LED turns ON, it means that at least one trouble condition has
been detected. To view current (or stored) ‘Trouble’ details, access the Main
User Menu and select the View Logger option (refer to the ‘View Logger’
paragraph in this section).
Viewing Trouble Details
To view the details of current ‘Troubles’, proceed as follows:
1. From standby status (regardless of whether the system is Armed or Disarmed), press E.
2. The Trouble events will be shown on the second Syst. Troublesáâ
line of the display. Use 9 and 0 to scroll the Mains Fault
Troubles list. Refer to the Table 8 for the Troubles
that the Control panel is able to detect.
If the Control panel is functioning properly, the Syst. Troublesáâ
No Troubles
display will show the “No Troubles” message.
3. Press e to exit.
Automatic exit will occur after 30 seconds of keypad inactivity.
Buzzer
The Keypad Buzzer will emit an audible signal each time a valid key is pressed
and, if enabled by your Installer, will also signal:
z The Exit Time (signalled by slow beeps)
z The Entry Time (signalled by fast beeps)
z Errors or Invalid requests (signalled by a Buzz)
z Request Accepted or Done (long beep)
z Violation of a ‘Chime’ zone
z Key/Card programming done
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If your Installer has set up the 3 Superkeys (refer to Table 2). You will be able to
operate your system from the keypad, without using Codes. The ‘Superkeys’
can be programmed to activate:
z the Digital Communicator – to transmit event codes to the Central Station
Up to 8 Telephone numbers can be programmed for these commands.
z the Dialler – to send a voice message (requires NC2/VOX Voice board). Not
management for KYO16D Control Panel.
Up to 8 Telephone numbers can be programmed for these commands.
z One or more Outputs
A long beep will confirm that the selected facility has been activated.
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Basic Operations
This section describes how to operate your system from a keypad.
The operations at keypads (refer to Table 9) will only affect the partitions controlled
by the code and keypad concerned.
Changing User
Codes
WARNING - The Factory Default User Codes (0001-0024) must be changed for security reasons (refer to ‘Programming Codes’ in this section).
Global Arming (Code + O)
This command will Arm all the partitions controlled by the code and keypad.
If you are working from a LED keypad, ensure that the Green LED V is ON.
To Arm the system in ‘Global’ mode — enter a Main User, User or Panic Code,
then press O.
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Quick Arm If your Installer has enabled the Quick Arm feature, you will be able to Arm the
system from the keypad without using an Access Code, as follows:
Keyboard Partitions
1a. Press and hold the O key for 3 seconds.
2a. Release the key after the audible signal (long beep), the system will Arm
the Keypad Partitions (as programmed by the Installer). This operation will
take about 2 seconds (the Keypad will emit an audible signal when the
system Arms).
To Arm a specific partition only:
Specific Partition
1b. Enter the partition ID Number, then press O, the keypad will emit an
audible signal when the partition Arms.
Global Disarming (Code + o)
This command will Disarm all the partitions controlled by the Code and
keypad concerned.
To Disarm the system in ‘Global’ mode — enter a Main User, User, Panic or
Duress Code, then press o.
Disarm under Duress The Duress code will disarm the system and trigger the Digital communicator. If
your installer has set up your system to manage the Digital communicator facility,
the Digital communicator will send a voice message to the Central Station.
If the system is disarmed by a ‘Duress’ code, the keypads will remain mute.
A or B Mode Arming (Code + A or Code + B)
This command will Arm/Disarm the partitions controlled by the Code concerned. During the programming phase, the User Codes will be configured for Stay/
Away arming (A or B Mode). The programmed configuration determines the
partitions which will Arm/Disarm when you make an A or B Mode Arming
request.
To Arm the system in A or B Mode — enter a Main User, User or Panic Code,
then press A (A Mode) or B (B Mode).
Quick Arm: If your Installer has enabled the Quick Arm feature, you will be able to Arm the
A or B Mode system in A or B Mode from the keypad without using an Access Code, as
follows:
1. Press and hold the O key for 3 seconds.
2. Release the key after the audible signal (long beep), press A or B (A or B
Mode), as required.
If you do not press A or B within 2 seconds, the system will Arm the keypad
partitions (as programmed by the Installer).
Example: A Mode Arming configuration = Arm partitions 1 and 4; Disarm
partitions 2 and 3.
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Notes on Arming from Keypads
Before your system Arms, your Control panel will check for the following
conditions:
Violated zones (zones in Alarm status)
Bypassed zones (zones which have been turned OFF)
LED Keypads If you are operating from an LED keypad, these conditions will be signalled in
real-time on the X and V icons (refer to Table 3).
LCD Keypads If you are operating from an LCD keypad, these conditions will be signalled in
real-time on the display.
If Alarm conditions are signalled, DO NOT turn ON your system, as this will
trigger an Alarm.
The example (on the right) shows zone 2 as Bypassed Zone 2
(OFF) and zone 4 in Alarm status (Violated).
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Close all doors and windows, and stop all motion in the areas (partitions)
with motion detectors.
If zones have been Bypassed unintentionally — press e to cancel the Arming
request.
Access the User Menu, select the ‘Zone status’ option and Unbypass (turn
ON) the unintentionally Bypassed zones.
If your installer has enabled your system, you can view any Violated zones
(zones in Alarm status) on the display even when the system is Disarmed.
Silencing Alarm Devices from Keypads
The quickest way to silence Alarm Signalling Devices (Sirens and Flashers) is to
Disarm the system.
Clear Call Queue IMPORTANT - This operation will not interrupt the ongoing Alarm call, or end the
Alarm call cycle. Therefore, it will be necessary access the User Menu (access allowed
to Main User PINs only), and stop the Alarm calls, via the ‘Clear Call Queue’ option.
Silence Tamper Tamper events, which occur when the system is disarmed, can be silenced via the
Alarms ‘Reset Alarm’ option from the User Menu (access allowed to Main and User PINs).
For further information, refer to ‘Silence Alarm Signalling Devices from Reader’
paragraph in the ‘Using Digital Keys/Cards’ section.
Wrong Code
If a wrong code is entered, the keypad will emit an error signal (buzz), and the
display will show an error message. If your Installer
WRONG CODE
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lock for 2 minutes after 5 wrong entries.
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User Menu and Main User Menu
The display strings in the examples in this section refer to Control panels with
8 partitions (KYO32 and KYO32G). The display strings in other models from
the KYO range may be slightly different.
Accessing theMenu Enter a User or Main User Code (0001 at default) then
WELCOME
press E to access the Menu (refer to Table 9). The User Code 1
menu will allow you to operate the Control panel in
accordance with the your access level (Main User Code or User Code). If you are
using an LCD Keypad, the display will show a short ‘WELCOME’ message.
You can access the Menu even if the Control panel is Armed.
The Main User Menu provides the following options:
Reset Alarm or Clear Alarm Memory
Arm/Disarm
Overtime Request
Teleservice Request
Enable/Disable Auto-Arm
Enable/Disable Teleservice
Enable/Disable Keypad Buzzer
Enable/Disable Answer Function (Not available for KYO16D series)
Output Control
Program Telephone Numbers (Not available for KYO16D series)
Programming Codes
Program Date/Time
Test Siren
Zones Status
View Logger
Clear Call Queue
Selecting the options When operating from an LCD keypad, use keys 9 and 0 to scroll the Menu,
and E to select the required option. When operating from an LED keypad, you
will need to enter your access code and press the command keys.
Exit the Menu Press e once or twice as required (depending on the Menu) to Exit the Menu
(in some cases ‘Exit’ is automatic).
Limitations ‘User’ and ‘Panic’ codes can access the User Menu (refer to Table 9) to make
‘Clear Alarm Memory’, ‘Overtime’ and ‘Enable/Disable Buzzer’ requests.
‘Patrol’ and ‘DTMF’ codes cannot access the User Menu.
The following paragraphs describe the Main User Menu options.
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Reset Alarm or Clear Alarm Memory
The ‘Reset Alarm’ and ‘Clear Alarm Mem.’ options depend on the system status.
If the system is in Alarm status the Menu will provide the ‘Reset Alarm’
option. This option will allow you to stop the audible and visual signalling
devices (Sirens, Flashers, etc.).
If the system is in Normal status the Menu will provide the ‘Clear Alarm
Mem.’ option. This option will allow you to clear the Alarm messages from the
Keypad display, or turn OFF the keypad lights.
Table 10 shows when and how you will be able perform Reset on Control panels.
To Reset an Alarm, or Clear the Alarm Memory from an LCD keypad, proceed
as follows:
LCD Keypads 1. From the User Menu, using 0 or 9, scroll the USER MENU
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Menu for the Reset Alarm or Clear Alarm Clear Alarm Mem.
Mem. option, as required.
2. Press E to Reset Alarm / Clear Alarm Mem., USER MENU
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confirmed by a beep and a short message.
Clear Alarm Mem.
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LED Keypads To Reset an Alarm or Clear the Alarm Memory from an LED keypad, proceed
as follows:
1. Access the User Menu.
Code PIN + E
The P indicator will blink.
2. Press 0 to Reset Alarm / Clear Alarm Mem., as required, or e to
cancel the request and, in both cases, exit the Menu.
NOTE: If your installer has enabled the ‘Auto-Reset Memory’ option, your
system will reset automatically at each Arming operation.
Retrieve Alarms If you are using an LED Keypad, you will be able to retrieve any Alarms in the
in Memory Alarm Memory which occurred previous to the last Reset operation. To Check
the Alarm Memory, proceed as follows:
Code PIN + E + 8
If you are using a KYO32 Control panel, this option is available with Alison/
32LP Keypads only.
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Arming and Disarming your System
The Arm/Disarm option will allow you to turn the partitions ON and OFF.
LCD Keypads To Arm/Disarm the partitions from an LCD keypad, proceed as follows:
1. From the Main User Menu, using 0 or 9, USER MENU
scroll the menu for the Arm/Disarm option, then Arm/Disarm
press E.
2. Using the partition keys (1 through 8) set the Arm/Disarm
Arming mode of each partition (refer to Table 6). DDDDDDDD
The setting in the example (to the right) will arm Arm/Disarm
the system partitions as follows:
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z Partition 2 - Stay mode
z Partition 3 and 4 - Stay 0 Delay (I = Instant — NO Delay )
z Partitions 5, 6, 7 and 8 - Disarm (D)
Press E to confirm the setting.
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Overtime Request
If the Auto-Arm option is enabled, and the system is programmed to Arm
automatically at a set Time, the Overtime request option will allow you to
postpone the Auto-arming Time.
The Overtime request must be made in steps of 30 minutes.
Overtime requests cannot go past midnight (00:00 on the Timer). If you attempt
to postpone Auto-arming until after midnight, the Control panel will carry out
the request until 23:59 and then will Arm automatically at midnight.
LCD Keypads To make an Overtime request from an LCD keypad, proceed as follows:
1. From the User Menu, using key 0 or 9, scroll USER MENU
áâ
the menu for the Overtime request option, then Overtime request
press E .
2. Press E to activate the Overtime request. Ac- Overtime request
ceptance of the command will be confirmed by a Operation done
beep and a short message.
LED Keypads To make an Overtime request from an LED keypad, proceed as follows:
1. Access the User Menu.
Code PIN + E
The P indicator will blink.
2. Press 3 to activate the Overtime Request, or e to quit and, in both
cases, exit the Menu.
NOTE - If the Auto-Arm option has been disabled (refer to ‘Enable/Disable
Auto-arm’ in this section), the Overtime request will be ignored, however, the
LCD keypad will still emit a beep.
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Teleservice Request
If your installer has set up the ‘Teleservice’ facility, you will be able to request
on-line service (maintenance which does not require parts or manual work). The
Teleservice option must be enabled (refer to ‘Enable/Disable Teleservice’
paragraph in this section), otherwise, the Control panel will be unable to communicate with the Installer’s terminal.
LCD Keypads To make a Teleservice Request from an LCD keypad, proceed as follows:
1.
From the Main User Menu, using key 0 or 9, USER MENU
áâ
scroll the menu for the Teleservice request op- Teleser.request
tion, then press the E key.
2. Press E to send the Teleservice request. Ac- Teleser.request
ceptance of the command will be confirmed by a Operation done
beep and a short message.
LED Keypads To make an Overtime Request from an LED keypad, proceed as follows:
1. Access the Main User Menu.
Code PIN + E
The P indicator will blink.
2. Press 4 to send the Teleservice Request, or e to quit and, in both cases,
exit the Menu.
The Teleservice call will be sent when you press E on LCD keypads, or 4
on LED keypads.
To cancel the Teleservice call — select the ‘Clear Call Queue’ option from the
User Menu (refer to ‘Clear Call Queue’ in this section).
NOTE: The Teleservice telephone number must be programmed by the installer.
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Turning ON your System Automatically
Your installer may have set up your system to turn ON at a pre-set time. The
En./Dis. Auto-Arm option will allow you to enable/disable the automatic-arming function.
LCD Keypads To Enable/Disable Auto-Arm at an LCD keypad, proceed as follows:
1. From the Main User Menu, using key 0 or 9, USER MENU
áâ
scroll the menu for the Auto-Arm En/Dis. op- En/Dis. Auto-Arm
tion, then press E.
2. Press O to enable or o to disable the Auto-Arm En/Dis. Auto-Arm
option.
ON
<OFF>
3. Press E to confirm and go back to step 1.
LED Keypads To enable/disable Auto-Arm function from an LED Keypad, proceed as follows:
1. Access the Main User Menu.
Code PIN + E
The P indicator will blink.
2. Press 1 to toggle the status — Enable Ö Disable (refer to Table 11).
3. Press E to confirm, or e to quit and, in both cases, exit the Menu.
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Turning ON Teleservice
If this option is OFF the system will not accept incoming Teleservice calls, and
on-line Installer intervention will not be possible.
LCD keypads To enable/disable Teleservice from an LCD keypad, proceed as follows:
1.
From the Main User Menu, using key 0 or 9, USER MENU
áâ
scroll the menu for the En./Dis. Teleser. option, En/Dis. Teleser.
then press E.
2. Press O to enable or o to disable Teleservice.
3. Press E to confirm and go back to step 1.
When the Teleservice is ON, an asterisk ‘*’ will be
shown over the t icon , as illustrated in the example
(to the right).
En/Dis. Teleser.
ON
<OFF>
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LED Keypads To enable/disable Teleservice from an LED keypad, proceed as follows:
1. Access the Main User Menu.
Code PIN + E
The P indicator will blink.
2. Press 2 to toggle the status — Enable Ö Disable (refer to Table 12).
3. Press E to confirm, or e to quit and, in both cases, exit the Menu.
The P indicator on LED keypads will turn ON to signal “Teleservice enabled”.
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Enable/Disable Buzzer
This option will allow you to enable the keypad buzzer to signal the following
events:
Entry Time
Exit time
Violation of ‘Chime’ zones
LCD Keypads To enable/disable an LCD keypad buzzer, proceed as follows:
1. From the User Menu, using key 0 or 9, scroll USER MENU
áâ
for the ‘En./Dis. Keyp. Buzz. option then press En/DisKeyp.Buzz.
E.
2. Press O to enable or o to disable the Buzzer.
3. Press E to confirm and go back to step 1.
En/DisKeyp.Buzz.
ON
<OFF>
LED Keypads To enable/disable an LED keypad buzzer, proceed as follows:
1. Access the User Menu.
Code PIN + E
The P indicator will blink.
2. Press 5 to toggle the status — Enable Ö Disable (refer to Table 13).
3. Press E to confirm, or e to quit and, in both cases, exit the Menu.
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Enable/Disable Answer Function
(Not available for KYO16D series). To enable/disable the Answer function at an
LCD keypad, proceed as follows:
LCD Keypad 1. From the Main User Menu, using key 0 or 9, USER MENU
áâ
scroll the menu for the En/Dis. Ans.Func option, En/Dis. Ans.Func
then press E.
2. Press O to enable or o to disable the Answer En/Dis. Ans.Func
ON
<OFF>
Function.
3. Press E to confirm and go back to step 1.
When the Answer function is ON, an asterisk ‘* ’
will be shown over the r icon, as illustrated in the
example (to the right).
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LED Keypads To enable/disable Answer Function from an LED keypad, proceed as follows:
1. Access the Main User Menu.
Code PIN + E
The P indicator will blink.
2. Press 9 to toggle the status — Enable Ö Disable (refer to Table 14).
3. Press E to confirm, or e to quit and, in both cases, exit the Menu.
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Output Control
LCD Keypad To enable/disable the OC Outputs at an LCD keypad, proceed as follows:
1. From the Main User Menu, using key 0 or 9, USER MENU
áâ
scroll the menu for the Output Control option, Output Control
then press E.
2. Using keys 0 through 9, scroll the OC Output Output 1
ON
<OFF>
list for the required OC Output, then press O to
enable or o to disable it.
Activation of the OC Outputs will be immediate.
3. Press e to go back to step 1.
LED Keypad This option is not available on LED keypads.
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Programming Telephone Numbers
(Not available for KYO16D series). This option will allow you to change/delete
the telephone numbers (usually programmed by the installer).
LCD Keypads To change/delete a phone number from an LCD keypad, proceed as follows:
1. From the Main User Menu, using key 0 or 9, USER MENU
áâ
scroll the menu for the Program Tel. Num. op- Program Tel.Num.
tion, then press E.
2. Using key 0 or 9, scroll the ‘Phonebook’ for Program Tel.Num.
the required phone number (only the ‘Voice’ rela- Office 1
ted phone numbers assigned to the User code concerned will be shown), then press E to change, or e to delete the selected
phone number and step back to the Main User Menu.
Changing Telephone 3. If you press E at step 2., the display will show Office 1
the the selected telephone number field.
Numbers
0780____________
To enter a new telephone number, use keys:
A ... B to move the cursor
0 ... 9 to enter the digits
O ... o to enter ‘,’ (for 2 second pauses), ‘*’ and ‘#’.
4. Press E to confirm the new telephone number, or the e key to quit and,
in both cases, go back to step 2.
NOTE: This option is available only when:
a) The User code, keypad and telephone numbers are assigned to the partition
concerned.
b) The telephone numbers have the ‘Voice’ attribute.
LED Keypads This option is not available on LED keypads.
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Programming Codes
The Program Codes option will allow Main Users to program and change the
PINs of all the User codes (enabled by the installer in accordance with the
installation requirements), except those of other Main Users. For security reasons, DO NOT use the Factory Default Codes (0001 through 0024 at default), or
obvious codes, such as 1111 or 1234
1234.
Main Users can change their own PINs. However, Main Users cannot change
the PINs of other Main Users, and cannot program User code PINs enabled on
partitions they are not assigned to.
LCD Keypads To program codes from an LCD keypad, proceed as USER MENU
áâ
follows:
Programm. Codes
1.
From the Main User Menu, using key 0 or 9, Code
02 ßà
**---scroll the menu for the Program Codes option,
then press E.
2. Enter the PIN (4 to 6 digits). For security reasons, the entered digits will be
masked by asterisks (*).
3. Press E to confirm and go to the successive Code.
Use key A or B, scroll the Codes (01 ... 24).
4. When all the code PINs have been programmed — press e to quit and, in
both cases, go back to step 1.
LED Keypads To program code PINs from an LED keypad, proceed as follows:
1
Access the Main User Menu.
Code PIN + E
The P indicator will blink.
2. Press O to access the code programming phase.
3. Enter the code ID number (1 through 24).
4. Press E.
5. Enter the new PIN (4 to 6 digits).
6. Press E to confirm the new PIN.
7. Press e to end the programming session or, if you wish to continue,
repeat the procedure from step 3.
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Programming the Date and Time
The Date/Time option will allow you to set the current date and time.
LCD Keypads To program the date and time from an LCD keypad, proceed as follows:
1. From the Main User Menu, use key 0 or 9, USER MENU
áâ
scroll the menu for the Progr. Date/Time option, Progr. Date/Time
then press E.
2. Enter the date and time (in accordance with the Date/Time
ßàáâ
programmed format).
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To enter the date and time, use keys:
A ... B to move the cursor
0 ... 9 to enter the digits
3. Press E to confirm and go back to step 1.
LED Keypads This option is not available on LED keypads.
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Test Siren
This option will allow you to test the Siren.
The Test will activate all the audible/visual signalling devices (connected to
the Alarm Outputs) for 2 seconds.
LCD keypads To test the alarm signalling devices from an LCD keypad, proceed as follows:
1. From the Main User Menu, using key 0 or 9, USER MENU
scroll the menu for the Test Siren option, then Test Siren
press E.
áâ
2. Press E to start the Test: acceptance will be Test Siren
confirmed by a beep and a short message.
Operation done
The menu will go back automatically to step 1. when the Test ends.
LED Keypads To Test the alarm signalling devices from an LED keypad, proceed as follows:
1. Access the Main User Menu.
Code PIN + E
The P indicator will blink.
2. Press 7 to activate the Test, or e to quit and, in both cases, exit the
Menu.
NOTE - Some alarm output devices, such as Telephone Communicators, will be
active for more than 2 seconds, therefore, you must stop the Test procedure
manually. The Telephone Communicator can be stopped via the ‘Clear Call
Queue’ option (refer to ‘Clear Call Queue’ in this section).
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Zones Status
This option will allow you to:
a) View the zone ztatus (normal or alarm);
b) Bypass/Unbypass zones.
LCD Keypads To program/view the zones from an LCD keypad, proceed as follows:
1. From the Main User Menu, using key 0 or 9 USER MENU
scroll the menu for the Zone Status option, then Zones Status
press E.
áâ
2. To unbypass/bypass or view the zones, use Zone 1
keys:
BypassedNormal
0 or 9 to Select the zone.
O to unbypass the selected zone
o to bypass the selected zone
3. Press E to confirm the operation and go back to step 1.
If your installer has set up your system to signal zone alarms, the zones will be
shown at 2 seconds intervals.
LED Keypads To manage, bypass/unbypass zones from an LED keypad, proceed as follows:
1. Enter a Main User Code then press the e key.
Code PIN + e
The e key will blink (on NC2/TAST keypads ONLY).
Unbypassed/
Bypassed Zones
If you are using an NC2/TAST keypad, the unbypassed/bypassed (ON/
OFF) status of the zones will be signalled on keys 1 ... 8.
If you are using an LED keypad, the unbypassed/bypassed (ON/OFF)
status of the zones will be signalled on the Red LEDs 1 ... 8.
NOTE: If a zone is bypassed (OFF), the respective LED/key will be ON.
KYO32 Series
If you are using an ALISON/32LP keypad with a Control panel from the
KYO32 range — which manages up to 32 zones, the unbypassed/bypassed
(ON/OFF) status of zones will be signalled on the Red LEDs 1 ... 32.
2. Using keys 1 ... 8 , unbypass/bypass (turn ON/OFF) the zones as
required. Please note, Kyo4 Control panels manage 4 zones, therefore, use
keys 1 ... 4 only.
If you are using an ALISON/32LP keypad, you must enter a two-digit
number from 01 to 08 or 01 to 32 (Kyo32 Series).
3. Press E to confirm and exit the Bypass Zones menu.
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Enable/Disable This enabled/disabled status of this option effects ONLY the keypad concerHide Zone Status ned. If this option is enabled, the status of the zones will not be signalled on the
keys 1 ... 8. To enable/disable this option, proceed as follows.
1. Access the Main User Menu:
Codice PIN + E
2. Press 6 to toggle the status — Enable Ö Disable (refer to Table 15).
3. Press E to confirm, or e to quit and, in both cases, exit the Menu.
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View Logger
This option will allow you to view all the alarms recorded in the system memory. The
Logger is circular and holds 256 events (128 on Kyo4/8/8G Models). Once the
Logger is full, the oldest events will be deleted to make space for new events.
The following information will be provided for each event:
z
z
z
z
Ev. - Event number
Date/Time - Date and Time of the event
Event Type - Event description
Identifier - Event details
To access the Event Logger from an LCD keypad, proceed as follows:
LCD Keypads
1.
From the Main User Menu, using key 0 or 9, scroll the menu for the
USER MENU
áâ
View Logger option, then press E.
2. The top line of the Logger shows the number of the
last event, and the bottom line the event type.
To view the Events list, use keys:
0 or 9 to scroll the list for the required event;
A ... B to view the date and time, and the event
identifier.
3. Press 0 to go back to step 1.
This option is not available on LED keypads.
LED Keypads
View Logger
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Clear Call Queue
If an alarm occurs,the Control panel will trigger a series of calls to contact
Telephone Numbers (programmed by the installer). This option will allow you
to interrupt the ongoing call, and clear the call queue in the event of a false alarm.
LCD Keypads To clear the Call Queue from an LCD keypad, proceed as follows:
1. From the Main User Menu, using key 0 or 9, USER MENU
áâ
scroll the menu for the Clear Call Queue op- Clear Call Queue
tion.
2. Press E to stop the calls, and step back. Accep- Clear Call Queue
tance of the command will be confirmed by a Operation done
beep and a short message.
LED Keypads To llear the call queue from an LED keypad, proceed as follows:
1. Access the Main User Menu.
Code PIN + E
The P indicator will blink.
2. Press O to interrupt the outgoing calls.
3. Press e to quit and exit the menu.
NOTE: The Control panel will not quit the CLEAR CALL QUEUE phase
until you press e.
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Using Digital Keys and Cards
USING DIGITAL KEYS AND CARDS
Introduction
The digital keys/cards will allow you to perform all the basic operations from
enabled Readers.
Readers
Readers have 3 System status LEDs (Red, Green and Amber).
This Control panel manages:
ECLIPSE Readers (see Figure 7b) - These devices accept commands from
SAT keys (the key must inserted into the slot on the Reader).
PROXI Proximity Readers (see Figure 7d) - These devices accept commands from PROXI-CARDS and Digital keys (the card/key must be held
near the sensitive field of the Reader).
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This Control panel supports up to 16 Readers.
The installer will program the following parameters for each Reader:
The partitions the Reader can control (Reader partitions)
A Mode Arming (AMBER)
B Mode Arming (GREEN)
Digital Keys/Cards
This Control panel can manage:
SAT Keys (see Figure 7a) - These work with ECLIPSE and PROXI Readers.
PROXI-CARDS (see Figure 7c) - These work with PROXI Readers only.
The section describes how to operate your system from a key/card Reader.
Each key/card has a random code — selected from over 4 billion combinations.
Your installer will assign an ID Number and label (Description) to the first 16
keys/cards. The number will be recorded in the logger each time the key/card
operates on the system.
Each key/card can be programmed to operate on specific partitions.
G In this Manual, the word Reader refers to ECLIPSE and PROXI Readers.
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The Reader LEDs
The ECLIPSE Key and PROXI Card Readers simplify system control by replacing User PINs with high Security Digital keys or cards. The Readers have 3
LEDs, this section describes how the LEDs work.
No Key/Card at Reader
When there is no key/card at the Reader, the LEDs will signal as per Table 16.
The partitions which are not controlled by the Reader will not affect the LEDs.
If the configuration of the Armed partitions does not match A or B Mode (for
example, when one of the Reader partitions has been Armed at a keypad), neither
the Amber nor Green LED will turn ON.
Your installer can program the Reader LEDs to signal the system status at all
times, or alternatively, only in response to a valid key/card (LEDs OFF when
no Key/Card is present).
Key/Card at Reader
When a key/card is present at the Reader, the LEDs will signal as follows.
a) Fast Blinking on 1 LED - Before arming the partitions, the Control panel
will check the status of the unbypassed (ON) and Instant zones. If a zone
is ‘Violated’ (e.g. door or window open), the LED, associated with the
selected Arming Mode, will blink quickly. If this occurs, DO NOT ARM
the System, as arming will provoke a false alarm.
NOTE: The Control panel takes about 2 seconds to check all the zones.
False alarms can be stopped by simply disarming the system (refer to ‘Digital Key/
Card Readers Operations’ in this section). If a false alarm occurs, inform your
Central Station and prevent the operator from taking unnecessary action.
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b) Fast Blinking on all 3 LEDs - This will occur when a false key/card is
present at the Reader.
c) Slow Blinking on all 3 LEDS (ECLIPSE Readers only) - This mode will
allow you to restore the previous setting (reset the Arming mode which was
active before the SAT Key was inserted. For Reset — push the SAT key
into the ECLIPSE Reader until the 3 LEDs start to blink slowly, the previous
setting will be restored when you remove the Key.
d) Red LED ON - The system will arm when you remove the key/card from
the Reader.
e) Amber LED ON - The system will arm in A Mode when you remove the
key/card from the Reader.
f) Green LED ON - The system will arm in B Mode when you remove the
key/card from the Reader.
NOTE: Your installer may have disabled the Reader LEDs, therefore, they
will not turn ON even when a valid key/card is used.
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The PROXI Buzzer
The PROXI buzzer (if enabled) will signal:
z The Exit Time (double beep at 2 second intervals);
z The Entry Time (continuous fast beeps)
z Violation of ‘Chime’ Zones (a few fast beeps)
Multiple Systems
The digital keys/cards can be programmed (by the installer) to operate on more
than one system, and to manage different partitions on each system.
Digital Key/Card operations
The digital keys/cards can:
z
z
z
z
z
Arm — Global Mode
Disarm
Arm — A Mode
Arm — B Mode
Stop Alarms
Fig. 8 - Arm/Disarm/Stop alarm operations at an ECLIPSE Reader
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Disarm (Turning OFF your system)
This operation will Disarm all the Partitions controlled by the Digital Key/Card
and Reader in use.
To Disarm the System (all LEDs OFF), proceed as follows:
1. Put the SAT Key into the ECLIPSE Reader, or hold the proximity Key/Card
near the sensitive field of the PROXI Reader — until all the LEDs turn OFF
(see Figure 8a).
2. Remove the Key/Card to Disarm the System.
Arm — Global Mode (Turning ON your system)
This operation will Arm all the Partitions controlled by the Digital Key/Card and
Reader in use.
To Arm the System in Global Mode (Red LED ON), proceed as follows:
1. Put the SAT Key into the ECLIPSE Reader, or hold the proximity Key/Card
near the sensitive field of the PROXI Reader — until the Red LED turns ON
(see Figure 8b).
2. Remove the Key/Card to Arm the System in Global Mode.
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Arm — A Mode
This operation will Arm or Disarm the Partitions in accordance with the A Mode
Arming configuration (programmed by the Installer).
To Arm the System in A Mode (Amber LED ON), proceed as follows:
„ From ECLIPSE Readers
1. Insert the SAT Key into the ECLIPSE Reader. The Red LED will turn ON
(see Figure 8b).
2. Push the Key once against the Reader switch (located to the back of the
Reader slot). The Amber LED will turn ON (see Figure 8c).
3. Remove the Key. At this point, the Red LED will also turn ON and the
System will Arm in A Mode.
„ From PROXI Readers
1. Hold the Proximity Key/Card near the sensitive field of the PROXI Reader.
The LEDs will light in turn (at 2 second intervals).
2. Remove the Key/Card when the Amber LED turns ON. At this point, the
Red LED will also turn ON and the System will Arm in A Mode.
Arm — B Mode
This operation will Arm or Disarm the Partitions in accordance with the B
Mode Arming configuration (programmed by the Installer).
.
To Arm the System in B Mode (Green LED ON), proceed as follows:
„ From ECLIPSE Readers
1. Insert the SAT Key into the ECLIPSE Reader. The Red LED will turn ON
(see Figure 8b).
2. Push the Key twice against the Reader switch (located to the back Reader
slot). The Green LED will turn ON (see Figure 8d).
3. Remove the Key. The Red LED will also turn ON and the System will
Arm in B Mode.
„ From PROXI Readers
1. Hold the Proxomity Key/Card near the sensitive field of the PROXI
Reader. The LEDs will light in turn (at 2 second intervals).
2. Remove the Key/Card when the Green LED turns ON. At this point, the
Red LED will also turn ON and the System will Arm in B Mode.
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Silencing Alarm Signalling Devices from ECLIPSE
Readers
In the event of a False Alarm, the quickest way to silence the Alarm Signalling
Devices (Sirens and Flashers) is to insert a Sat Key into ECIPSE Reader and
Disarm the system. If your Installer has programmed the SAT Key to ‘Clear
the Call Queue’, this operation will also end the ongoing Alarm call, and stop
the Alarm call cycle. If not, it will be necessary to stop the Alarm calls
manually (refer to ‘Clear Call Queue’ in the ‘Keypads’ section).
For further information, refer to ‘Silence Alarm Signalling Devices from
Keypads’ in the ‘Operating from Keypads’ section.
Inhibit Alarms (Service Mode)
This operation will block the Alarm Outputs, and prevent the System from
signalling Alarms.
To Stop Alarms — insert a SAT Key into an ECLIPSE Reader (see Figure 8e).
If your Installer has programmed the SAT Key to ‘Clear the Call Queue’, this
operation will also end the ongoing call, and stop the Alarm call cycle. If not,
it will be necessary to stop the Alarm calls manually (refer to ‘Clear Call
Queue’ in the ‘Keypads’ section).
On LED Keypads, this status will be signalled by
Test
the V indicator. On LCD Keypads, this status will DDDDDDDD
be signalled by a message (see example to the right).
Test Vibrat
As soon as the SAT Key is inserted into the Reader, DDDDDDDD
the Red LED will switch status, and the Amber and
Green LEDs will turn OFF.
012
G To restore the previous setting (go back to the Arming mode which was
active when you inserted the SAT Key) — push the SAT Key into the ECLIPSE
Reader until the 3 LEDs start to blink slowly, the previous setting will be
restored when the Key is removed.
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OPERATING THE SYSTEM FROM A TELEPHONE
This functions is not management for KYO16D Control Panel.
If your system is equipped with a NC2/VOX Voice board (accessory item), and
your Installer has programmed Telephone Access Codes, you will be able to
control your system via any touch-phone.
NOTE - The KYO16D Control Panel DOES NOT ACCEPT the Voice board.
The Telephone Access Codes are not the same as 4-6 digit System Access
Codes (Main User Code, User Code, etc.). These codes control the system via
telephone only. Each Telephone Access Code can be programmed to control
specific functions and Partitions.
You can access the system over the phone:
a ) after receiving a call from the Control panel;
b) after calling the Control panel and activating the Answering function.
Remote Telephone Access via ‘Dialler’ mode
If your Installer has set up your system to manage the Dialler facility, your
system will be able to call programmed telephone numbers and send voice
messages to alert contact persons of Alarm events (this control panel manages
up to 8 Telephone Numbers).
If you receive a Dialler call, you will be able to access your system during the
call, by entering your Access Code on the telephone pad.
You can enter your Telephone Access Code while the message is playing, or
during the pauses between message announcements.
The following paragraphs provide step-by-step instructions for each function.
Remote Telephone Access via ‘Answer’ mode
The ‘Answering function’ can be Enabled by means of a Main User Code
(refer to Enable/Disable Answer Function).
G You cannot access your system via remote telephone when the ‘Answering
function’ is Disabled. For security reasons, DO NOT Arm or Disarm your
system from a telephone with a redial button.
If you call your system when the ‘Answering function’ is Enabled, two
situations are possible:
Teleservice Enabled
Teleservice Disabled
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Teleservice Enabled
If the ‘Answer’ and ‘Teleservice’ functions are both enabled (refer to ‘Enable/
Disable Teleservice’ in the ‘OPERATING FROM KEYPADS’ section) your
system will answer your call after the programmed number of rings. It will
emit a high-pitch audible signal (beep), wait 35 seconds, then emit 5
beeps to indicate that it is ready to accept your Telephone Access Code.
Teleservice Disabled
If the ‘Teleservice’ function is disabled, your system will answer your call
after the programmed number of rings. It will emit 5 beeps to indicate that
it is ready to accept your Telephone Access Code.
Entering Your Telephone Access Code (DTMF)
Via Dialler If you are accessing your system via Dialler Function Mode, you can enter
FunctionMode your Telephone Access Code while the Answering message is playing, or
during the pauses between message announcements.
Via Answer If you are accessing your Answer Function Mode, you must enter your
Function Mode Telephone Access Code after the 5 beeps.
In both cases:
You must press , after entering your Telephone Access Code.
If your system recognizes your code, it will emit an audible feedback signal
(short high-pitched beep), and will accept commands.
If your system DOES NOT recognize your code, it will emit an error signal
(buzz).
The system will end the call automatically, if no valid code is entered within 30
seconds.
To cancel wrong digits, and restart press .
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Entering Commands
Once your Telephone Access Code has been recognized, you can enter the
Command Codes. If you enter a wrong Command Code the system will emit an
audible feedback signal (buzz).
NOTE - The system will end the call automatically, if no Key is pressed within
1 minute.
Cancel Command
Press to cancel the Command, and step back to the Enter data phase.
Press to cancel entered digits: the system will emit an audible feedback
signal (2 beeps) to confirm that the data has been cancelled.
Stop Alarm / On Hook
If you are accessing your system via ‘Answer’ mode, press to end the call.
If you are accessing your system via ‘Dialler’ mode (after receiving an
Alarm message), press to stop the ongoing Alarm, and Alarm calls.
Remote Talk / Listen-in
Press to start the Remote Listen-in session. Press again to start the
Remote Talk session. Press again to switch from Talk to Listen mode
as required. This feature will allow you to listen to what is happening on
the protected premises (via the microphone on the NC2VOX board), and
talk to whoever is present.
Remote 2Way Talk / Listen-in
Press to start the Remote Listen-in session, then press to start the
Remote 2way Talk / Listen-in session. This feature will allow you to
listen to what is happening on the protected premises (via the microphone
on the NC2VOX board), and talk to whoever is present, without switching
from Talk to Listen mode. This feature is useful in Emergency situations,
especially where elderly people are concerned, as it can be activated by
Panic Pendants.
Turning Appliances ON/OFF (Reserved Outputs)
If your installer has set up your system to manage electrical appliances, this
features will allow you to turn them ON and OFF over the phone.
Press to access Appliances Management session.
Use keys through to turn the corresponding Appliance (Output) ON or OFF.
The status will be indicated by a feedback signal:
1 beep Ö Output OFF
3 beeps Ö Output ON
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Press to confirm the selected status and step back.
Press to exit.
Arm / Disarm
Press to access Arm/Disarm management.
This following keys will allow you to Arm / Disarm the system as required.
Ö The system will Disarm
Ö The system will Arm in Global mode
Ö The system will Arm A Mode
Ö The system will Arm B Mode
After pressing the required key (as above), the system will wait for you to end
the communication.
Press to end the call.
For further information, refer to the next ‘System Status Enquiry’ paragraph.
System Status Enquiry
To make a system status enquiry, press key (to access Arm/Disarm management) then press : the Control panel will signal the status as follows:
1 buzz Ö Disarmed
1 beep Ö Armed in Global Mode
2 beeps Ö Armed in A Mode
3 beeps Ö Armed in B Mode
3 buzzes Ö Arming Mode “Not Recognised” — this occurs when the
Control panel has been Armed by a User Code with a different configuration to the one making the enquiry.
System status enquiries and response signals DO NOT effect the System
status.
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Enable / Disable Telephone Access Code
This command will allow you to Disable the Telephone Access Code after
using it to access the system.
This is a toggle command, therefore, you can Disable then Re-Enable the Telephone Access Code during the same call:
Press to Disable the Telephone Access Code, the code will be Disabled
when the call ends.
Press again to Enable the Telephone Access Code, the code can still be
used for future actions via telephone.
The status will be indicated by a feedback signal:
1 beep Ö Access Code Enabled
3 beeps ÖAccess Code Disabled
Press to confirm the selected status.
G This security feature will allow you to protect your system against
unauthorized access via Telephone. If you disable a Telephone Access Code via
telephone, it cannot be used again until you Re-Enable it via the User Menu.
To Re-Enable a Telephone Access Code (Disabled via telephone), use the
‘Program Codes’ option from the User Menu (access allowed to Main User
Codes only).
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THE WIRELESS KEY
Introduction
If your system is equipped with a Wireless Receiver, it will be possible to control all
the main functions from remote locations by means of Wireless Keys (see Figure
9). Each Wireless Key is assigned to one of two Codes (Code 0023 or 0024), and
will be able to operate the system in accordance with the attributes and access
level of the selected Code.
This section describes the functions that can be controlled by Wireless Keys.
Using the Wireless key
Global Mode
Press the
button for approximately two seconds, to Arm all the Partitions
of the Code (0023 or 0024) of Wireless Key in use.
This operation will have the same effect as entering <Code> + O at a Keypad.
Disarm Global
Press the
button for approximately two seconds, to Disarm all the Parti-
tions of the Code (0023 or 0024) of Wireless Key in use.
This operation will have the same effect as entering <Code> + o at a Keypad.
Fig. 9 - The ARC20 Wireless Key
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A Mode Arming
This operation will Arm or Disarm the Partitions in accordance with the A Mode
Arming configuration (programmed by your Installer).
Press the
button for approximately 2 seconds, to Arm the system in A
Mode — in accordance with the Code (0023 or 0024) of the Wireless Key in
use.
This operation will have the same effect as entering <Code> + A at a Keypad.
B Mode Arming or Superkey 2
This operation will Arm or Disarm the Partitions in accordance with the B Mode
Arming configuration (programmed by your Installer).
Press the
button for approximately 2 seconds, to Arm the system in B
Mode — in accordance with the Code (0023 or 0024) of the Wireless Key in
use.
This operation will have the same effect as entering <Code> + B at a Keypad.
If your Installer has set up number key 2 as a Superkey 2 (refer to the ‘Superkeys’ in the ‘Operating from a Keypad’ section), you will not be able to Arm
your system in B Mode by means of Wireless Keys.
G The operations performed by Wireless Key will not be confirmed by any type
of feed back signal (audible or visual), unless done in the vicinity of a Reader,
Keypad or feed back signal device set up by the installer.
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