Model 314/1600/3200 Keypad User Manual

Model 314/1600/3200 Keypad User Manual
User Manual
314/1600/3200 Keypad
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Sentinel Systems Corporation
1620 Kipling Street
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(800) 456-9955
http://www.SentinelSystems.com
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Overview...............................................................................................................4
Quick Start ............................................................................................................4
Hardware Setup ................................................................................................4
Remote Mode ................................................................................................5
Connectors and Controls ......................................................................................5
Communication/Power Connectors ...................................................................8
Relay Connectors..............................................................................................9
Switch Settings................................................................................................10
Address Bits.................................................................................................11
Mode Bits.....................................................................................................12
Transient Suppression Diodes ........................................................................12
Programming Mode ............................................................................................14
Accessing Programming Mode........................................................................14
Programming Command Reference................................................................18
Display Function Codes ...............................................................................18
Display Keypad Address..............................................................................18
Set Keypad Type .........................................................................................18
Set Time ......................................................................................................19
Set Date Function ........................................................................................20
Define Time Zones ......................................................................................20
Add/Edit User Codes ...................................................................................21
Delete User Codes ......................................................................................22
Display User Codes .....................................................................................22
Lockout User................................................................................................23
Re-admit User..............................................................................................24
Set Relay Timeouts .....................................................................................24
Set Passcode...............................................................................................25
Set Defaults .................................................................................................25
Copy Database (Mode 1 Operation Only)....................................................26
Set Language Function Code ......................................................................27
SPECIFICATIONS ..............................................................................................28
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Tables
Table 1 Internal PCB Connectors and Controls Legend .......................................8
Table 2 Communication/Power Connector Signal Reference ...............................9
Table 3 Relay Contacts.......................................................................................10
Table 4 Address Switch Bit Values .....................................................................11
Table 5 Mode Switches Bit Value .......................................................................12
Table 6 User/Passcode and Passcode Only Mode Programming Function Codes
.....................................................................................................................15
Table 7 Remote Mode Programming Function Codes ........................................17
Figures
Figure 1 Keypad Internal PCB Connectors and Controls (Front) ..........................6
Figure 2 Internal PCB Connectors and Controls (Back)........................................7
Figure 3 Communication/Power Connectors Wiring .............................................9
Figure 4 Relay Connectors Wiring ......................................................................10
Figure 5 Address/Mode Switch ...........................................................................11
Figure 6 Suppression Diode Wiring ....................................................................13
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Overview
The 314 series of keypads (Models 314, 1600, and 3200) provide access control
for both central office direct as well as stand-alone operation for remote sites
without continuous central office monitoring. Each model is capable of three
different primary modes of operation: Unit/Passcode, Passcode Only, and
Remote. Unit/Passcode and Passcode Only modes are used with constant
central office monitoring (using Sentinel Systems Winsen Sentiel Property
Management or Winsen Platinum Property Sentinel software). The Remote
mode is used for installations that do not need or do not have constant central
office monitoring. Remote mode can also be used in conjunction with the
Remote Site Control Module software for setup and intermittent activity reports.
Quick Start
This section gives the minimum needed to configure your keypad for operation.
The keypad should be mounted and wired (Communication/Power and Relays:
see page 8 and 9 for wiring details). If you need settings different than the
defaults, go to Programming Mode on 14 to change settings.
Hardware Setup
The first step to program the keypad is to uniquely address each keypad by
setting the Address/Mode switch (see page 10). You must also select the keypad
operating mode using this switch. If the keypad is powered when the address
and/or mode is changed, either cycle the power or press and release the reset
switch (see page 5) load the changed settings.
The security code is the one setting that needs to be changed for all operating
mode.
1. Enter programming mode (see page 14). The default, factory–set security
code is 0.
2. Select “Set Passcode” (see page 25).
3. Change the security code to one you can easily remember (note 1234 is
NOT a good passcode).
If at any point you forget your passcode use this security code recovery method.
At the keypad, press # then 1. The keypad will display a number. Subtract this
number from 9999. The result is the current programming security code.
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Remote Mode
The remote mode requires additional programming prior to entering operation. If
you are using RSCM software, the programming will be done automatically.
Otherwise, you’ll need to set the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Set Time
Set Date
Keypad Type
Timezones
Users
Relay Time
See the Programming Command Reference on page 18 for details on
programming these settings.
Connectors and Controls
This section deals with the connectors, controls, switches, and LEDs on both the
front and back of the keypad PCB. The connectors provide the communication
channel/power supply connections and the connection to the on-board relays.
The switches set the address/mode of the keypad, allow the keypad to be reset,
and select the connections for the relays suppression diodes. Figure 1 and
Figure 2 below show the relative placement of the key elements of the PCB.
Table 1 provides a description for each of the identified items.
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DS3
DS4
F4
F5
TB1
F2
DS5
DS2
F3
F1
ON
TB2
OFF
Figure 1 Keypad Internal PCB Connectors and Controls (Front)
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Figure 2 Internal PCB Connectors and Controls (Back)
Item #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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Description
Communication/Power Removable Connectors (3X) – Provides the
communication bus connections as well as the power supply connections.
Removable to allow easy installation or repair. See page 8 for connections.
Communication/Power Fixed Connectors (3X) – Item 1 plugs into these.
Relay Removable Connectors (2X) – Provides the relay wiring connections.
Removable to allow easy installation or repair. See page 9 for connections.
Relay Fixed Connectors (2X) – Item 3 plugs into these.
Internal +5V Power Fuse (PTC)
External 12V Power Input Fuses (PTC) – Supply feeding the internal +5V
regulator.
Communication interface fuses.
Internal +5V Power Active LED.
Relay 0 LED. Indicates that relay 0 has been activated.
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10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Relay 0 transient suppression diode contact selection header. See page 12 for
settings.
Relay 0 component.
Relay 1 LED. Indicates that relay 1 has been activated.
Relay 1 transient suppression diode contact selection header. See page 12 for
settings.
Relay 1 component.
Reset Switch – This momentary push button will reset the keypad to its powerup state.
Programming Header (Sentinel Systems use only).
Received Data LED – Indicates when the keypad is receiving a message from
the system controller.
Transmitted Data LED – Indicates when the keypad is transmitting a message
back to the system controller.
Address/Mode Switch – Sets the address of the board for received messages
and the keypad operating mode (Unit/Passcode, Passcode Only, and Remote
Mdoe). See page 10 for switch settings.
Real Time Clock Power Supply Backup Jumper. Connects the internal +5V
supply to the RTC’s power backup. This jumper is factory installed and should
not be removed unless instructed to by Service personnel.
Models 314 and 3200 LCD Display Connector.
Model 1600 LCD Display Connector.
LCD Display backlight connector.
Keypad connector.
Table 1 Internal PCB Connectors and Controls Legend
Communication/Power Connectors
The communication/Power connectors provide the wiring connection for the
communication channel to both the central office as well as the other Sentinel
Systems devices. The connectors also provide the power input connections for
the keypad. The figure below details all of the connections on the connectors
along with a description of each signal. Note that the three (3) connectors are
connected together internally on the board. Any combination of one (1) or more
of the connectors can be used for wiring. The three (3) connectors are provided
to ease wiring of a multiple device network.
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To Other Sentinel
Systems Serial
Devices7
12VDC1 RED
RX In2 BLK
TX Out3 WHT
GND4 GRN
SHLD5 SHLD
NC
TB3
DS1
Figure 3 Communication/Power Connectors Wiring
Signal
Wire Color1
Description
12VDC
RX In
TX Out
GND
SHLD
Red
Black
White
Green
NA
12V DC Supply Positive.
Received data in.
Transmitted data out.
12V DC Supply Negative (Ground).
Communication cable shield.
Table 2 Communication/Power Connector Signal Reference
Relay Connectors
The Relay connectors provide the wiring connection to the on-board relays. The
figure below details all of the connections on the connectors along with a
description of each connection.
1
The wire colors shown reflect Sentinel Systems standard wire color coding. Your cables may not contain
identical colors.
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TB5
J4
K2
K1
J1
NO1
COM2
NC3
Relay 0 Wiring
Connections
Relay 1 Wiring
Connections
TB4
NO1
COM2
NC3
TB3
Figure 4 Relay Connectors Wiring2
Contact
Description
NO
COM
NC
Normally Open Relay Contatct
Common Relay Contact
Normally Closed Relay Contact
Table 3 Relay Contacts
Switch Settings
The Address/Mode Switch shown in Figure 5 below is used to set the keypad
address and operating mode for the keypad.
2
The figure shows using all of the relay connections for reference only. The requirements of the connected
equipment will define whether the NO or NC connections are used.
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Figure 5 Address/Mode Switch
Address Bits
The Address Bits are used to the set the communication address used by the
Keypad. Each Keypad is required to have a unique address. Valid addresses
for the keypad are 0 to 63. At each site, multiple keypads are addressed in
consecutive order starting at 0. For example, for a four keypad site, the keypads
would be addressed 0-3.
Set the Address Bits by referring to the chart below and your site layout plans.
The values of each switch that is ‘on’ are added to make up the actual address.
Switch settings for example addresses are given in the chart below to assist you.
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
Value
(ON)
1
2
4
8
16
32
Example 1
Address = 32
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
Example 2
Address = 36
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
Table 4 Address Switch Bit Values
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Mode Bits
The Mode Bits determine the operating mode for the Keypad (see Table 5
below). The Address and Mode Bits will both be read during power-up or when
the reset switch is pressed (see
Figure 1 on page 6 for switch location).
Switch
Position
8
7
OFF OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
Operating Mode
Unit/Passcode
Passcode Only
Remote
Illegal Value
(Defaults to Unit/Passcode)
Table 5 Mode Switches Bit Value
Transient Suppression Diodes
The Relay Transient Suppression Diodes are intended for use with external
relays attached to the keypad. The diodes will provide a mechanism to suppress
the transient voltage generated when the coil of the external relay is deenergized. When used, a suppression diode should be placed as close to the
coil as possible. When the relay is physically close to keypad or other methods
are unavailable, the keypad’s built in diode can be used.
Figure 6 Suppression Diode Wiring
below shows the relay contact wiring and the placement of the 2-pin shunt for
the two jumper configurations. The Relay 1 header and relay contacts were used
as an example. Relay 0 is identical in operation.
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DS3
GND
DS4
DS2
GND
DS5
Figure 6 Suppression Diode Wiring
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Programming Mode
Programming mode is used to set any one or all of the optional settings used by
the keypad. Table 6 and Table 7 below list the available function codes for each
mode.
Accessing Programming Mode
To enter the programming mode, perform the following steps. Note that power
must be applied to the keypad in order to program it. Hence, it is suggested that
the keypad installation be complete before performing these steps.
1.
2.
At the idle prompt, press the following keys in sequence “147*”.
Idle Prompts
User/Passcode:
Enter Unit No.
00000 and #
Passcode Only:
Enter Passcode
000000000 and #
Remote Mode:
XX:XX:XX XM
Code: 000000000
The display will show "Programming Mode" followed by:
Enter Sec. Code:
0000
3.
Enter your previously programmed security code. Note that the default,
factory-set security code is 0
4.
If the security code was valid the display will show the following:
Select Function:
(Exit=0) 00
At this point you are now ready to enter a programming function code. The
following sections provide detailed descriptions of how to perform all the
various programming functions. To exit the programming mode, enter a 0 at
the select function screen.
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Function
Code
1
Function
Range
3
Display Function
Codes
Display Keypad
Address
Set Relay Time
4
Set Passcode
5
Set Language
6
Set Defaults
2
Value
Description
Scrolls a listing of all command
NA
codes.
Uniquely identifies each keypad NA - Set by the address/mode switch.
for communication.
Set the relay on-time..
0-30 seconds
Relay 0 – 1 seconds
A value of 0 will cause the relay Relay 1 – 0 seconds
to not activate
Sets the operator access code 0001 – 9999
0000
to programming functions.
Sets the language used during 0 – 6
0 – English
normal use. All programming is 0 – English
done using English.
1 – Spanish
2 – French
3 – German
4 – Portuguese
5 – Italian
All settings are returned to
NA
default values. (Relay 0, Relay
1, Security Code, Language)
Table 6 User/Passcode and Passcode Only Mode Programming Function Codes
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Function
Code
1
Function
Range
11
12
Scrolls a listing of all command
codes.
Uniquely identifies each keypad
for communication.
Sets the keypad type as either
Enter or Exit.
Set Time
Sets current hours, minutes,
and seconds.
Set Date
Sets current month, day, and
year.
Define Time Zones Sets start/stop times for time
zones.
Add/Edit User
Adds user codes or change
Codes
time zone assignments. Editing
an existing user code will clear
the lockout if set upon
command exit.
Delete User Codes Removes user from memory.
Display User Codes Scrolls user code and time
zone assignments.
Lockout User
Temporarily disables user
access.
Re-admit User
Restores access privileges.
Set Relay Time
Set the relay on-time..
13
Set Passcode
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Value
Description
Display Function
Codes
Display Keypad
Address
Set Keypad Type
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Sets the operator access code
to programming functions.
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Default
NA
NA - Set by the address/mode switch.
1 – Enter Keypad
2 – Exit Keypad
00:00:00 – 24:00:00 (24 hour
format)
01/01/(20)00 – 12/31/(20)99
1 – Enter Keypad
00:00:00
1/1/15
0000 – 2400 for each start and
stop time
User Code: 1-999999999
Timezone: 0-3
All Start times set to 0000
All Stop times set to 2400
NA
User Code: 1-999999999
NA
NA
User Code: 1-999999999
NA
User Code: 1-999999999
NA
0-30 seconds
Relay 0 – 1 seconds
A value of 0 will cause the relay Relay 1 – 0 seconds
to not activate
0001 – 9999
0000
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Set Defaults
15
Copy Data
16
Set Language
All settings are returned to
default values. (Relay 0, Relay
1, Security Code, Language,
Keypad Type, Time Zones,
Date, Time)
All Users and Events cleared
Copies the following data to a
second keypad: Users, Time
Zones, Relay Times, Security
Code, Date, and Time.
Sets the language used during
normal use. All programming is
done using English.
NA
Target Keypad Address: 0 – 63
NA
0–6
0 – English
1 – Spanish
2 – French
3 – German
4 – Portuguese
5 – Italian
0 – English
Table 7 Remote Mode Programming Function Codes
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Programming Command Reference
The following sections deal with the command codes in detail. All of the function
codes are entered AFTER entering programming mode (see Accessing
Programming Mode above). The Function code(s) listed with each description
indicates whether the function code is the same for all modes or different. If a
function lists only remote function then that function is ONLY applicable to the
remote mode. If there are two entries, then the User/Passcode and Passcode
Only modes have a different function code versus the Remote mode.
In the function descriptions, a function code is executed by entering the value followed
by a ‘#’ key.
Display Function Codes
Function Code: 1
This function displays all of the function available two at a time. Each set will
remain on-screen for ~ 2 seconds. This function can be exited at any time by
pressing the ‘*’ key.
Sample:
1. Dspl. Funcs.
2. Dspl. Address
Display3 Keypad Address
Function Code: 2
This function displays the address currently selected for the keypad:
Sample:
Keypad Address:
00
Set Keypad Type
Remote Function Code: 3
The Set Keypad Type sets the keypad to either Enter or Exit.
3
In the previous versions, this command set the keypad’s address. The keypad address is now
set using the address/mode switch (see Switch S on page 10).
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1.
After entering the function code and ‘#’, the entry screen will be
displayed as shown below:
Set Keypad Type
01/00
2.
The number to the left of the slash is the current keypad type. Pressing
'#' with no numerical key pressed will exit the function and retain the
current keypad type value.
3.
Enter the new type in the two digit field to the right of the slash. Valid
types are listed below. Press the '#' key to accept the entry.
Type Description
1
Enter
2
Exit
Set Time
Remote Function Code: 4
1.
After entering the function code and ‘#’, the following will be displayed
for 2 seconds.
Set Time
2.
Following step 1, the date entry screen will appear.
11:15:17
00:15:17
3.
The top line shows the current time. Below are three, two-digit, data
entry fields for the new time. Both the time display and entry lines use a
24-hour value
4.
The field currently being edited will be indicated by the field being ‘00’.
Enter the new value in the current two digit field. Press '#' to accept the
new value. If only the '#' is pressed without any digits being entered, the
old value is retained and the function moves to the next value.
5.
Repeat step 1.a.i.4 for each of the time values.
Entering ‘*’ at any time will abort the time entry. Any values completed (ie, the ‘#”
key was entered) will be retained.
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Set Date Function
Remote Function Code: 5
1.
After entering the function code and ‘#’, the following will be displayed
for 2 seconds.
Set Date
2.
Following step 1, the date entry screen will appear.
Wed. 01/01/15
01/01/15
3.
The top line shows the current date and day of the week. Below are
three, two-digit, data entry fields for the new date..
4.
The entry field currently being edited will be indicated by the field being
‘00’. Enter the new value in the current two digit field. Press '#' to
accept the new value. If only the '#' is pressed without any digits being
entered, the old value is retained and the function moves to the next
value.
5.
Repeat step 4 for each of the date values.
Entering ‘*’ at any time will abort the date entry. Any values completed (ie, the ‘#”
key was entered) will be retained.
The day of the week does not need to be entered. The value is calculated
internally.
Define Time Zones
Remote Function Code: 6
1.
After entering the function code and ‘#’, the following will be displayed
for 2 seconds.
Define Time
Zones
2.
Following step 1, the TZ selection screen will appear.
Enter TZ 0
(* = Exit)
3.
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Enter the time zone desired (0-3) followed by ‘#’.
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4.
The selected timezone’s start-stop time for Sunday appears on the top
line. A four digit entry field for the new start time appears on the second
line.
Sun. 0800-1800
0000
5.
To retain the old start time simply press '#'. Otherwise, enter the new
starting time for Sunday. Accept the entry by pressing '#'.
6.
The display now shows a four digit entry field for the new stop time.
Sun. 0800-1800
0700-0000
7.
To retain the old stop time simply press '#'. Otherwise, enter the new
starting time for Sunday. Accept the entry by pressing '#'.
8.
Repeat steps 4-7 for Monday through Saturday, if desired. To exit,
press '*'. You will then be returned to the "Enter TZ" prompt in step 2.
9.
Program other Timezones as necessary.
Add/Edit User Codes
Remote Function Code: 7
The Add/Edit User Codes is used to either add a new user with a timezone or
changes the timezone of existing user(s).
.
1.
After entering the function code and ‘#’, the following will be displayed
for 2 seconds.
Add/Edit
User Codes
2.
Following step 1, the user entry screen will appear.
Code 000000000
TZ
(Exit=0)
3.
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Enter the user code desired (1-999999999). Possible code choices
might be the user's social security no., telephone no., or birthday. Press
'#' to accept the code. To exit, enter a zero code.
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4.
Next enter the time zone assignment for the user. The current time zone
appears to the left of the slash. Enter the new time zone (0-3) in the one
digit field to the right of the slash. Press '#' to accept the entry.
Pressing '#' before entering any digits retains the old value.
Code 325868158
TZ 0/0 (Exit=0)
5.
The display will show an "Ok" to indicate the user data has been saved.
Code 325868158
TZ 0/0 Ok
6.
Repeat steps 2-5 for other user additions or time zone reassignments.
Delete User Codes
Remote Function Code: 8
1.
After entering the function code and ‘#’, the following will be displayed
for 2 seconds.
Delete User
Codes
2.
Following step 1, the user entry screen will appear.
Code: 000000000
(Exit=0)
3.
Enter the code you wish to delete. Press '#' to accept the entry.
4.
The display will show an "Ok" to indicate the code has been deleted.
Code: 059283012
(Exit=0) Ok
5.
Repeat steps 2-4 to re-enable more codes. In step 2, enter a zero code
to exit.
Display User Codes
Remote Function Code: 9
1.
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After entering the function code and ‘#’, the following will be displayed
for 2 seconds.
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Display Codes
2.
A listing of all user codes and time zone assignments will be shown two
at a time. The format for each entry is UUUUUUUUU-T where
UUUUUUUUU is the user code and T is the time zone assignment. For
example, the first "frame" might be.
590533913-0
652129429-1
3.
Press keys '1' - '4' to slow down or '6'-'0' to speed up the display
scrolling. '5' is the default setting (3 sec. per frame).
4.
Press '#' to freeze the display. Press the appropriate numerical key to
restart scrolling.
5.
Press '*' to exit the function.
Lockout User
Remote Function Code: 10
This funcition allows you to disable access for a specific user(s) without deleting
the user code from the database.
1.
After entering the function code and ‘#’, the following will be displayed
for 2 seconds.
Lockout User
2.
Following step 1, the user entry screen will appear.
Code: 000000000
(Exit=0)
3.
Enter the code you wish to have temporarily disabled. Press '#' to
accept the entry.
4.
The display will show an "Ok" to indicate the code has been disabled.
Code: 059283012
(Exit=0) Ok
5.
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Repeat steps 2-4 to re-enable more codes. In step 2, enter a zero code
to exit.
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Re-admit User
Remote Function Code: 11
1.
After entering the function code and ‘#’, the following will be displayed
for 2 seconds.
Readmit User
2.
Following step 1, the user entry screen will appear.
Code: 000000000
(Exit=0)
3.
Enter the code you wish to re-enable. Press '#' to accept the entry.
4.
The display will show an "Ok" to indicate the code has been enabled.
Code: 059283012
(Exit=0) Ok
5.
Repeat steps 2-4 to re-enable more codes. In step 2, enter a zero code
to exit.
Set Relay Timeouts
Function Code: 3
Remote Function Code: 12
1.
After entering the function code and ‘#’, the following will be displayed
for 2 seconds.
Set Relay Times
2.
Following step 1, the date entry screen will appear.
Relay #0 On-Time
01/00
3.
The current relay on-time is shown to the left of the slash. Press '#' to
retain this value. Enter a new on-time (0-30 sec.) in the two digit field to
the right of the slash. Press '#' to accept the entry.
4.
Repeat step 3 for Relay #1.
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Set Passcode
Function Code: 4
Remote Function Code: 13
1.
After entering the function code and ‘#’, the entry screen will be
displayed as shown below:
Set Passcode:
4321/0000
2.
The number to the left of the slash is the current passcode. Pressing '#'
with no numerical key pressed will exit the function and retain the
current passcode value.
3.
Enter the new type in the two digit field to the right of the slash. Valid
types are listed below. Press the '#' key to accept the entry.
WARNING: It’s highly recommended that the passcode be set to a non-zero
value to prevent unauthorized entry into the programming mode.
Set Defaults4
Function Code: 4
Remote Function Code: 14
The set defaults function returns the following settings to their default value:
Relay 0 Time
Relay 1 Time
Security Code,
Language
Keypad Type
Time Zones
Date
Time
All Users and Events cleared
1.
After entering the function code and ‘#’, the following will be displayed
for seconds.
Set Defaults
2.
After the default values are set the following will be displayed.
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Use this function with extreme care. All current user data will be lost when this function is
excuted.
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Defaults Set
Copy Database (Mode 1 Operation Only)
Remote Function Code: 15
The Copy Database function copies the following settings/data to a second
keypad:
Users
Time Zones
Relay Times
Security Code
Date
Time
1.
After entering the function code and ‘#’, the following will be displayed
for 2 seconds.
Copy Database
2.
Following step 1, the target address entry screen will appear.
Target Addr.:00
3.
Enter the keypad address you want to copy to and press '#'.
4.
The following sequence of messages will appear as the function copies
different data:
Copying
Users
Copying
Timezones
Copying
Relay Times
Copying
Security Code
Copying
Date
Copying
Time
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5.
If for any reason communications cannot be established or maintained,
the following message appear and the process will be aborted:
Communication
Failure
Set Language Function Code
Function Code: 5
Function Code Remote Mode: 16
1.
After entering the function code and ‘#’, the entry screen will be
displayed as shown below:
Set Language
0/0
2.
The number to the left of the slash is the current language selection.
Pressing '#' with no numerical key pressed will exit the function and
retain the current language value.
3.
Enter the new language value in the two digit field to the right of the
slash. Valid values are listed below. Press the '#' key to accept the
entry.
Language
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
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Spanish
French
German
Portuguese
Italian
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SPECIFICATIONS
Communication
Type
Unit/Passcode &
Passcode Only
Remote
Serial – Bussed
Baud Rate
1200 even parity
2400 no parity
Relays
Configuration
Rated Load
Max Switching
Capacity
Max Voltage
1 form C
Contacts (Resistive Load)
1A@24VDC
0.5A@125VAC
62.5 VA, 30W
125VAC, 60VDC
Power
Input Voltage
Input Current
Min
9
Typical
12VDC
Max
160 mA
Remote Mode
Users Storage
Events Storage
Time Zones
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1024 Max
1024 Max (circular FIFO - last 1024 events are stored)
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