XL 200/600/700 GPRS Control Panel

XL 200/600/700 GPRS Control Panel
XL 200/600/700 GPRS Control Panel
I N S T A L L A T I O N
M A N U A L
Doc. - Ref. 230-XL
Last modification date : Juin 2014
Firmware version : XLP.04.04.05.XXX and later
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Introduction
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M A N U A L
Description
The XL control panel is a Videofied wireless alarm system operated by battery or mains power supply. This
panel is intended mainly for residential and commercial markets. With the Motion Viewers™ and Videofied®
range of products, the XL panel provides video verification in case of intrusion.
The XL panel is a standalone alarm system with an integrated GPRS / GSM communicator for connection to a
central station. The panel also features a 105 dB integrated siren, a built-in intercom for audio challenge and
a backlighted touchpad with an integrated badge reader.
Wireless Technology
The XL GPRS, along with all Videofied devices, uses the patented S2View®, Interactive, AES Encrypted
Wireless technology, providing optimum signal integrity and security.
The bi-directional RF communication path between all devices and the system control panel guarantees high
signal reliability. Integrated antennas eliminate protruding wires or rods, both more difficult to install and
unsightly to consumers, and potentially troublesome if damaged.
The panel supervises every device (excluding the remote keyfob) to validate current open/close state,
tamper condition, serial number, date of manufacture, firmware revision, and battery status.
The RSI VIDEO TECHNOLOGIES team wishes you a good installation.
Siren and Speaker
Microphone
Locking Screw
Touchpad
Badge Reader
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Summary
I N S T A L L A T I O N
M A N U A L
Introduction....................................................................................................2
Summary..........................................................................................................3
1. XL Panel Setup..................................................................................................4
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
XL Panel Setup.................................................................................................................4
SIM Card Installation........................................................................................... 4
XL
Assembly.................................................................................................... 4
Powering and Initialization................................................................................... 5
Pairing the remote keypad................................................................................................5
2. XL Panel Programming.......................................................................................6
3. XL Features Guide.............................................................................................13
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
Get to Access level 4.....................................................................................................13
How to Arm/Disarm the System........................................................................................13
Arming and Siren Mode Configuration.............................................................................14
Pairing a new keypad without opening the panel.................................................................14
Manage badges and access codes....................................................................................15
Delete the keypad or any other device..........................................................................17
Read the events log..........................................................................................................18
Opening the cover of an installed panel...............................................................................18
Golden rules.......................................................................................................................18
4. Transmitted Events List......................................................................................19
5. 2G3G Error Codes.............................................................................................20
6. Numeric Touchpad.............................................................................................21
7. Technical Specifications and Security Notes........................................................22
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1. XL Panel Setup
I N S T A L L A T I O N
M A N U A L
1.1 XL Panel Setup
Open the box and remove the cardboard
mounting template sitting on top. Place the
template on the wall with the arrow pointing
upward.
Mark the 5 screw points on the wall and drill pilot
holes for wall anchors. Install wall anchors, then
attach base of control panel to wall.
XL panel is provided with a reinforcement brace
kit including 4 velco straps. Insert the 4 straps in
the back casing, then mount the casing on the
wall. (The EN50131 standard requires the installation
of this brace kit).
A screw must be used in the tamper protection
hole for the panel wall tamper to function
correctly.
Insert the Alkaline D type batteries as shown;
ensuring the polarity matches the labeling on the
inside of the battery cover.
Bracket holes
Tamper bracket hole
Mandatory to trigger tamper alarm.
1.2 SIM Card Installation
Before removing the front cover from its box,
put the SIM card on the plastic base (Take care
to respect the right direction).
DO NOT insert or remove the SIM card while the
panel is powered.
1.3 XL Assembly
Connect the panel’s face to its base by carefully
placing the hinges on it.
2 locking clips are provided to strengthen
the hinges: position each locking clip before
locking them completely (The EN50131 standard
requires the installation of these locking clips).
Locking clips location
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1.4 Powering and Initialization
•
The panel is powered by a mains power supply with 4 LR20 alkaline backup batteries (Option 1 recommended) or by 8 LR20 alkaline
batteries (Option 2). When the panel is powered, it will beep and the built-in keypad should start flashing.
•
Press and hold the PROGRAMMING BUTTON for 10 seconds, until the panel beep again and the panel keypad lights up.
•
The panel is now reset, a CMA, XMA or XMB has to be enrolled to configure the panel.
Option 1
THE CONTROL PANEL MUST BE CONNECTED TO AN EXTERNAL POWER SUPPLY (OPTION 1)
WHEN USING THE RINGTONE FEATURE OR SMARTPHONE APP.
Programming Button
Batteries connector
Mains Connector
To install the power supply inside
the box, break the plastic
battery separator.
Option 2
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1.5 Pairing the remote keypad
•
Press briefly the XL programming button and release for
the enrollment of a programming keypad. The display
should start spinning.
•
Insert all LS14500 Lithium batteries into the keypad.
•
Do not mount the keypad. It will display one of the
following screens:
RSI (c) 2013
videofied.com
or
<=========XX=========>
•
Press on both CLR and ESC NO keys at the same time
and release. The indicator LED on the keypad will blink
rapidly. Wait for the keypad to pair.
•
If the keypad doesn’t pair up with the panel and
shows «XX», it certainly means that it is still paired to
another system and needs to be reset. Take the batteries
out, and press repeatedly on the keypad tamper switch.
Then proceed to the above steps.
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2. XL Panel Programming
I N S T A L L A T I O N
Keypad Display
M A N U A L
Actions and comments
KEYPAD 1
RECORDED
OK or YES
< - LANGUAGE : - >
ENGLISH (UK)
for language selection
The system can also be programmed in: french, italian,
german, dutch, spanish, swedish, portuguese, danish,
czech and polish.
The language can be changed at any time once the panel
is programmed in the MAINTENANCE menu.
OK or YES
RADIO RANGE TEST?
OK or YES
RF TEST
x/9
Please wait
RF TEST
9/9
OK or YES
The Radio Range test must be run during the device
learning process in order to ensure proper pairing with
the control panel. This test measures the strength of
communication between the device and the control
panel. The keypad will display a real time radio range
value on a scale of 9.
To receive the most accurate results you must run the
radio range test for at least 30 seconds.
Result must be 8 out of 9 or better for reliable
transmission.
RADIO RANGE TEST?
ESC
NO
INSTALLER CODE
4 TO 6 DIGITS
THEN OK/YES
Using the Alphanumeric Keypad, enter the Installer Code
of your choice.
INSTALLER CODE :
The Installer Code will be used for all future maintenance
and configuration.
This code is important to keep track of.
OK or YES
CONFIRM CODE
There is no back door or Default codes to the
system.
Please refer to the restriction rule for codes (Chapter 3.5).
Some codes are already used by default and therefore
cannot be used.
OK or YES
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Keypad display
M A N U A L
Actions and comments
You may name the installer code using the Alphanumeric
Keypad.
CODE NAME :
If using automatic setting (called installer default list),
enter the name of the list.
OK or YES
Warning : If the wrong installers list name is used it
cannot be set later, the system must be defaulted.
Leaving the name blank by pressing ESC NO, it will be
named ‘ACCESS 1’ by default.
ACCESS 1
REGISTERED
Please wait
ADJUSTING DATE
AND TIME
DATE (YEAR):
12/ /
To set the year
OK or YES
DATE (MONTH):
13/01/
To set the month
OK or YES
You may proceed in the same way for:
Day, Hour and Minutes.
13/10/14 10:47
ENTRY COMPLETE !
CONNECTED TO
MONITOR. STATION?
OK or YES
ESC
NO
ACCOUNT NUMBER :
Use the Alphanumeric Keypad to enter in a 4-8 digit
account number provided by the Central Station.
ACCOUNT NUMBER :
567001
OK or YES
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Keypad display
M A N U A L
Actions and comments
PERIODIC TEST
Test Periodicity: 1 hour, 12 hours, 24 hours, 48 hours, 7
days or no tests.
PERIODE DE TEST :
24 HOURS
We suggest a 24 hours periodic test call.
To select periodicity
OK or YES
TEST (hour) :
04:
OK or YES
TEST (minutes) :
04:15
OK or YES
CODE/STATE
MODIFICATION?
OK or YES
CODE/STATE
MODIFICATION
ESC
NO
ALARM: event transmitted upon occurrence.
Wait
Events list
ESC
NO
SERVER
ADDRESSES ?
The CODE/STATE MODIF. menu is to configure the
transmitted events to the monitoring station, use the
arrow keys to toggle between events and OK or YES to
modify.
ALARM/END: event is transmitted on occurrence and
on event restoral.
NOT TRANSMITTED: event is not transmitted, however
it will appear on the keypad.
Please liaise with your Monitoring Station to ensure
that the requested events to transmit are correctly
set.
OK or YES
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M A N U A L
SERVER
ADDRESSES ?
OK or YES
IP1 ADDRESS
0.0.0.0
DOMAIN NAME 1
PORT 1
888
ESC
NO
SERVER
ADDRESSES ?
ESC
NO
2G3G
PARAMETERS?
The IP1 address, Domain name 1 and/or Port 1 are provided by the monitoring station.
Leave Port details at 888 unless otherwise instructed.
Press OK or YES to enter/modify the parameter then OK or YES for validation.
WARNING : You will use either an IP address or a Domain name but not both, leave the
Domain name blank if an IP address has already been entered.
Press on the right arrow to configure IP/Domain name 2 and PORT2 (for the back-up server),
and IP/Domain name TMT and PORT TMT (to configure remote maintenance server).
OK or YES
APN CODE
internet-entrepr
USER NAME
orange
PASSWORD
orange
The APN Code (Access Point Name), User Name and Password are supplied by the
mobile operator. Please make sure you have entered the code exactly as indicated by your
local SIM card operator.
ESC
NO
Press OK or YES to enter/modify the parameter then OK or YES for validation.
Note: When entering your SIM card settings, both APN codes, username and password
fields are case sensitive! It makes a difference between UPPER and lower case letters.
To switch between UPPER and lower case, use the M/m key from CMA keypad or hold a
digit key (0-9) for XMA/XMB.
2G3G
PARAMETERS?
ESC
NO
2G3G LEVEL ?
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M A N U A L
2G3G LEVEL ?
Once the 2G3G test completed, the keypad will display
one of the following results :
OK or YES
TEST IN PROGRESS
END = OK/YES
Please wait
- A level between 0/5 and 5/5.
- A GPRS Error code (please see Chapter 5 : 2G3G errors
codes and contact your technical support).
If the screens shuts down, press any key to light it up
except OK or YES, ESC NO ou CLR.
2G3G LEVEL
5/5
The 2G3G level test can last several minutes. Do not
interrupt the test or remove the SIM card during the test.
IMPORTANT : Videofied will require a 3/5 grade or
better for reliable transmission of Video alarms.
OK or YES
2G3G LEVEL ?
ESC
NO
COMPATIBILITY
EN 50131 NORMS ?
For full compatibility with EN50131, press OK or YES.
Otherwise, press ESC NO.
ESC
NO
OK or YES
AREAS CONFIGURATION
OK or YES
AREA 1 NAME :
Press ESC NO to default the area names.
Enter the name of the area 1 and OK or YES.
Repeat the procedure for areas 2,3 and 4.
For further details, please refer to chapter 3.3.
OK or YES
EXIT DELAY :
45 sec
For the selection
Other values are available: 2 min, 1 min, 45 sec.
OK or YES
ENTRY DELAY :
15 sec
For the selection
Other values are available: 2 minutes, 1 minutes, 45
seconds,30 seconds or 15 seconds.
OK or YES
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I N S T A L L A T I O N
M A N U A L
Each device has a unique programming button or a
specific manipulation. Please refer to the Installation
Sheet for the device you would like to program.
RECORDING
DEVICES
PRESS PROGRAM
BUTTON OF DEVICE
Please check the radio level of each device on its
final location. The result must be 8 out of 9 as a
minimum (Please refer to the Radio Range section,
page 8 for further details).
Each system can embrace a maximum of 19 devices,
programming keypad included.
ENTERING A NEW DEVICE ?
Press OK or YES to enter a new device or ESC NO to
move to the next step.
ESC
NO
BADGE ENTERED ?
OK or YES
ESC
NO
RECORDING A
NEW BADGE ?
ESC
NO
END OF
CONFIGURATION
After initial programming has been completed, the
system cannot be armed or disarmed until a user
code or badge is entered (the installer code cannot
arm or disarm the system).
Press OK or YES to register one or more badges.
ESC NO if you’re not using any badges.
If you wish to use an user code, please skip this step
and when initial programming is completed go to
the BADGES/ACCESS CODES menu (please refer to
chapter 4.4 for further details).
Badges and codes are limited to 19 for user (level 2
or 3) + 1 installer code.
OPERATION
COMPLETED ?
OK or YES
SYSTEM CHECK
IN PROGRESS
Before completing programming make sure that no
device is tampered. Each device must be closed and its
LED indicator shall be turned off.
After initial programming has been completed, make
use of the menu overview document (available on our
technical support website), to see full programming
options.
INSTALLATION SUCCESSFUL !
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3. XL Features Guide
I N S T A L L A T I O N
M A N U A L
3.1 Get to Access level 4
Tue 29/10
DISARMED
11:23
LVL:1
ACCESS LEVEL
1
ACCESS LEVEL
LEVEL : 1
OK or YES
To unlock and get access to the installer level 4, you need to successively enter TWO codes
(in any order) :
•
INSTALLER CODE (entered during intial programming)
•
USER CODE (Level3): the user must authorize the installer to get access to the
configuration of his panel.
ACCESS LEVEL
LEVEL : 4
OK or YES
BADGE OR CODE
OK or YES
3.2 How to Arm/Disarm the System
When in standby mode, the system can be armed with the embedded or remote keypad , the
remote keyfob and/or the embedded or remote badge reader.
With integrated
keypad
Present your badge
Full arming
with badge
on the badge reader
located behind the
panel logo
Full arming
with user
code
Enter your user code
and press
or
Enter your user code
Special
Arming 1
and press
With remote
badge reader
With remote keypad
Present your badge on
the keypad
( XMB model only)
Present your badge on
the badge reader
Enter your user code
and press OK or YES
N/A
With remote keyfob
N/A
N/A
Press
/
N/A
Press
N/A
Press
enter your user code
and press OK or YES
Press
Special
Arming 2
N/A
/
press OK or YES and
enter your user code
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I N S T A L L A T I O N
M A N U A L
3.3 Arming and Siren Mode Configuration
• Use
to go to menu :
CONFIGURATION (LEVEL 4) > SPECIAL ARMING MODES > FULL ARM, SP1 or SP2
Use direction arrows to select the arming mode you want to modify and OK / YES.
• There is 3 different arming modes :
FULL ARM : Arming of all areas and all devices. Use a badge or a user code and press
the XMA/XMB keypad or the YES key on the CMA keypad.
SP1 : Partial Arming (1) is enabled by entering the user code and pressing
the key on the CMA keypad or
on the remote keyfob RC.
/
on the panel keypad,
SP2 : Partial Arming (2) is unavailable on the XL panel keypad. It is enabled by pressing the
on a CMA keypad, or
on the remote keyfob RC.
on the panel keypad, OK /
on
on the XMA/XMB keypad,
key on a XMA/XMB keypad
For each arming mode, it is possible to specify how each of the 4 areas will be armed and how the system will behave during an alarm.
Areas :
1 2 3 4
Each time you press the corresponding number, the system will toggle the arming state for the respective area.
State : AAAA
Press OK / YES after this configuration step. The system will then display what siren mode will be in effect for this special profile. Select the siren mode using the direction arrows then press OK / YES .
A
Armed
Siren
Immediate triggering of all sirens
D
Disarmed
Delay Beeps
Entry/Exit delay beeps, then triggering of all sirens
P
Perimeter
(by default : all opening contacts*)
Silent
No Sirens, No Beeps
E
External
(by default : all opening contacts
with external access*)
Without Siren
Beeps on the keypad only
* You can set your devices as : External, Perimeter, ou External +Perimeter. Please go to the menu:
CONFIGURATION (LVL 4) > AREAS AND DEVICES > DEVICES > DEVICES CONFIGURATION > DEVICE TYPE
3.4 Pairing a new keypad without opening the panel
Wake the integrated keypad by placing your palms over it.
Enter the pairing mode by pressing the
key for 3 seconds, the numerical touchpad will blink
then enter 000000 and press
the display will start spinning, confirming that you entered
the programming mode.
Install the batteries in the CMA or XMA keypad. Simultaneously press and release the CLR and
ESC NO buttons on the keypad. The red LED indicator light will blink rapidly, then twice slowly.
The keypad display will change to KEYPAD 1 RECORDED. Press OK / YES to acknowledge this,
then type the installer code for the system followed then press OK / YES again.
This keypad learning procedure is only used when connecting a CMA or XMA keypad to the
XL control panel after initial programming.
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KEYPAD 1
RECORDED
OK or YES
INSTALLER CODE
Enter the installer code and :
OK or YES
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3.5 Manage badges and access codes
Access Level
Access Level
Definition & Rights
LVL 1
Standby Level
LVL 2
Restricted USER level, where it is only possible to arm/disarm the system.
USER level, where it is possible to arm/disarm the system, check the event log, test the devices.
LVL 3
Modifications of the settings are not possible at this level.
User Level 3 can create Level 2 or Level 3 access codes or badges.
INSTALLER level, where it is possible to modify the setup of the panel.
LVL 4
To access Level 4, the approval of a Level 3 oe Level 2 user is required.
Installer Level 4 can create the first Level 3 access code only.
Codes and badges get rights access to one of the 4 available levels of access.
How to return to the LVL1?
•
After 1 min of no use of the keypad and no tests running, the display returns to the standby display and LVL1.
•
When standby display, if the ESC NO key is held during 5s, the level is changed to LVL1.
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I N S T A L L A T I O N
M A N U A L
Enter a new end user Badge/Code
Delete an end user Badge/Code
BADGES
ACCESS CODES
ENTER A
BADGE/CODE
Press twice on the
right arrow
OK or YES
ENTER A
BADGE/CODE
DELETING
BADGES/CODES
OK or YES
OK or YES
BADGE OR CODE
Badges/codes list
Enter a 4-6 digit user code and
Select badge/code
then
OK or YES
OK or YES
or present a badge in front of the reader until you
hear the registration beep.
CONFIRM THE
CODE
DELETING CODE
ACCESS 5
OK or YES
OK or YES
CODE NAME :
CODE
DELETED
OK or YES
ACCESS 2
ENTRY COMPLETE
Reserved Codes
Up to 19 codes (or badges) can be
registered into the panel with the engineer
code.
A code has 4 to 6 digits (0 to 9).
The table presents the reserved code
possibilities that cannot be used.
Those codes are used for maintenance or
as panic/duress codes.
A total of 186 codes are forbidden.
Reserved Codes
000000
From 9998 to 9999
From 99998 to 99999
From 999898 to 999999
From 314157 to 314159
When a code is created (1000 for example),
the 2 next codes and previous codes (0998,
0999, 1001 and 1002) will be automatically
reserved.
The +1 code (1001) is used for disarming
under duress.
All user codes +1
The +2 code (1002) is used for panic.
All user codes +2
The -1 and -2 codes (0998 et 0999) are
reserved to prevent conflicts when creating a
new user code.
All user codes -1
All user codes -2
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M A N U A L
3..6 Delete the keypad or any other device
ACCESS LEVEL
4
CONFIGURATION
OK or YES
GENERAL
PARAMETERS
AREAS AND
DEVICES
OK or YES
DEVICES
OK or YES
ADD A NEW
DEVICE
DEVICE
CONFIGURATION
OK or YES
Devices list
to select the device
and press
OK or YES
A1 : KEYPAD
KEYPAD 1
OK or YES
DELETE
OK or YES
< = = = = XX = = = = >
You can now remove the batteries from the device
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3.7 Read the event log
EVENT
LOG
When user disarms the system, the XL or
keypad indicates the last event. Refer to
chapter 6 to know the meaning of each
symbol.
In case of the user needs to read the full log
file, use the keypad to go in EVENT LOG,
press OK or YES on SELECT LAST EVENTS
and use arrow to list the events.
M A N U A L
OK or YES
SELECT LAST
EVENTS
OK or YES
15/10/13
11:29
MODIFIED PARAMET
15/10/13
11:10
SYSTEM DISARMED
Press OK or YES for more information about an event
3.8 Opening the cover of an installed panel
Unscrew the locking screw on the left-hand side of the panel, using a paper clip push through the opening hole to open the
panel’s cover.
3.9 Golden Rules
1 Area 1 is always delayed. When you register a keypad or a badge reader into an area, that area will automatically be delayed.
2 Never position a panel next to a high voltage electrical cabinet .
10 To switch between UPPER and lower case, use the M/m key from the CMA keypad or hold a digit key (0 to 9) for XMA/XMB.
11 Internal components are fragile, be careful opening or 3 Press CLR to erase a typing mistake.
4 Never register the same device twice (delete from the system first).
closing the panel.
5 Registration of up to 19 devices (including the keypad).
12 LCD screen goes dark after 30 seconds of inactivity, press an arrow or numeric key to light it up.
6 Respect indoor infrared devices installation height (2m10 to 2m30).
13 Use only batteries provided by Videofied (siren : Alkaline 7 Outdoor cameras have to be installed at 2m60 to 3 meters batteries).
14 Infrared detectors should never be installed in stairs or close height. Those devices need to to protect an access and not a zone.
8 Do not fix the keypad at the beginning of the installation as it will need to be portable during programming.
9
Always clean the lens of the cameras after the installation (Use a clean, dry cloth, taking care not to exert pressure on the lens).
to stairs (false alarm risks).
15 A colon display [:] means that the parameter can be changed.
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4. Transmitted Events List
I N S T A L L A T I O N
M A N U A L
The XL panel can be configured to enable or disable the transmission of
events like alarms or defaults.
The installer can modify the default sending settings for those
events, although it will end the EN50131 standard compliance.
These are the default transmitted events :
DEVICE (intrusions)
ALERT (Panic Buttons)
PANEL LOW BATT.
TAMPER
DEVICE LOW BATT.
PERIODIC TEST
DURESS CODE
FIRE
MEDICAL ASSIST.
ETHERNET CABLE
AC POWER LOSS (AC Power supply)
The following events are not sent by default :
PANEL RESET
PHONELINE FAULT
RADIO JAMMING
SUPERVISION
5 WRONG CODES
ALARM CANCEL
ARM/DISARM (On/Off)
ZONE BYPASS (bypass function enabling/dsiabling)
SWINGER SHUTDOWN
There is 3 different transmission states :
ALARM : event transmitted upon occurrence
ALARM/END : event is transmitted on occurrence and on event restoral
NOT TRANSMITTED : event is not transmitted, however it will appear on the keypad.
Example :
If the monitoring station system is set to receive arms and disarms, the ARM / DISARM parameter must be
changed from NOT TRANSMITTED to ALARM / END.
How to modify the transmission state
• At initial programming, right after the PERIODIC TEST CALL step:
CODE/STATE
MODIFICATION
Press OK or YES to access EVENT TRANS. MODIFICATION menu.
• After initial programming, using a remote keypad :
Use the arrows to access :
CONFIGURATION (level 4) > CONFIGURATION MONITOR. STATION > MONITORING PARAMETERS > EVENT TRANS. MODIFICATION
Then use the arrows to determine the event to modify. Press OK or YES to edit.
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5. 2G3G Error Codes
I N S T A L L A T I O N
M A N U A L
IMPORTANT: The PIN of the SIM card has to be deactivated or 0000.
The following is a list of error codes that can appear after the 2G3G test.
In case of 2G3G (GPRS) errors during initial programming, we strongly
suggest to continue with the installation and perform the 2G3G (GPRS) level
test again once achieved.
2G3G LEVEL :
ERROR XXX
This error checklist is provided for information purposes only.
Codes
03 ou 04LP
Errors
No network coverage or no SIM card
inserted
This is not a comprehensive list, but it is representative of most
cases. Some events or codes are subject to change by SIM card
operators.
003
SIM card not detected/not inserted
However, the GPRS level test errors results in the majority of cases
have the following causes :
010
SIM not inserted
•
011
PIN code necessary
-> PIN code must be deactivated
012
PUK code necessary, SIM card blocked
013
Default SIM card
014
SIM card busy
015
Error on SIM
The GPRS (2G3G) settings are supplied by the operator. Please make
sure you have entered the code exactly as indicated by your local
SIM card operator.
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No network coverage
Typographical error in the APN Code,
username, password
Note: When entering your SIM card settings, both APN codes,
username and password fields are case sensitive! (It makes a
difference between UPPER and lower case letters) .
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SIM card not activated
030, 043,
057, 102,
132, ...
SIM Card activation Delay:
Some operators require an additional delay up to 48 hours to
activate automatic data transmission. Please check with your
operator prior to installation.
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APN CODE, USERNAME and PASSWORD :
To switch between UPPER and lower case, use the M/m key from
CMA keypad or hold a digit key (0-9) for XMA/XMB.
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Insufficient GPRS Network:
When the panel is unable to find any signal, proceed to GPRS level
test in another location on site. You can also find the network state or
condition of use by directly contacting your local operator.
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6. Touch Pad
I N S T A L L A T I O N
Symbols for events
D
P
M A N U A L
Meaning
• When green : All batteries (panel + devices) are OK.
• When red : At least one device(panel or device) has low batteries (the panel shows the ID number).
Detector triggered during the arming process or tamper detection
Used to identify :
Device ID (0 for the panel and value from 1 to 19 for other devices) for tamper, intrusion or other
troubles , « E » for panic button pressed).
“r” for radio jamming
“P” for Police alert
“F” for fire (smoke detection)
“E” for medical assistance
“J” for jamming
“d” for duress code
« C » wrong code entered.
Intrusion detected.
For other troubles and for panic alerts.
Symbols for events
D
P
Meaning
Used to disarm the system (once the user code has been entered).
• Arm the system in special mode (SP1) once the user code has been entered.
• Blinks when the system is armed in special mode (SP1).
• Arm the system in full arm mode (normal mode) once the user code has been entered.
• Blinks when the system is armed.
Arm the system in full arm mode (normal mode) once the user code has been entered.
Symbols for events
Meaning
D
Must be pressed and held 3 seconds before pressing the panic buttons.
P
When lighted, press on for Police panic call to the monitoring station.
When lighted, press on for Medical panic call to the monitoring station.
When lighted, press on for Fire panic call to the monitoring station.
Press on to cancel the PANIC call.
Symbols for events
to D
P
Meaning
To enter a code.
To confirm the input.
To cancel the last input.
In order to save the batteries, the keypad turns off automatically after a few seconds of non-activity. Before entering the code, you must place your hand flat on the
numeric keypad. It lights up and then you can use it.
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7. Technical Specifications and
Security Notes
I N S T A L L A T I O N
M A N U A L
Security notes / (FR) Notes de sécurité / (DE) Hinweise zur Sicherheit
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English
Remove battery before any maintenance !
WARNING, there is a risk of explosion
if a battery is replaced by an incorrect
type!
Observe polarity when setting up the
batteries!
Do not throw used batteries! Bring them to your installer or a
collection point.
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Français
Retirez les piles avant toute opération
de maintenance !
Attention ! Il y a un risque d'explosion si
l'une des piles utilisées est remplacée
par une pile de type incorrect !
Respectez la polarité lors de la mise en
place des piles !
Ne jetez pas les piles usagées !
Ramenez-les à votre installateur ou à un
point de collecte spécialisé.
Operating Frequency
Required Voltage
868/915/920 MHz
Nominal voltage = 6 V
Low battery limit = 4.2 V
Powering
Type B :
or
Type C: Current consumption
Operating temperature
Maximum relative humidity
Dimensions (LxWxD)
Weight
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Deutsch
Batterien vor jeglichen Wartungsarbeiten
entfernen!
Vorsicht, es besteht Explosionsgefahr,
wenn eine Batterie durch eine Batterie
falschen Typs ersetzt wird!
Achten Sie beim Einsetzen der Batterien
auf die Polung!
Entsorgen Sie Batterien nicht im normalen
Haushaltsmüll! Bringen Sie Ihre verbrauchten
Batterien zu den öffentlichen Sammelstellen.
1 external power supply with battery backup 4x 1.5 Alkaline D cells (Option 1)
8x 1,5 V D Alkaline batteries (Option 2)
Standby (1h average) = 420 μA ; Max = 1,3 A
-10° / +40° C (-14° /+104° F)
75%, without condensing
225 mm x 180 mm x 55 mm (9 in. x 7 in. x 2-1/6 in)
520 g (without batteries)
Approvals
EN50131-1: 2006; + A1: 2009
Grade 2 - Class II
The panel must be used with a EN50131-3 certified keypad (CMA, XMA or XMB)
EN50131-3: 2009
Grade 2 - ACE Type B
EN50131-4: 2009
Grade 2 - Siren type W
EN50131-5-3: 2005; + A1: 2009
Grade 2
EN50131-6: 2008
Grade 2 - Type C
EN50130-4: 1995; + A1: 1998; + A2: 2003
EN50130-5: 1998
Class II
Embedded
• Touchpad
- Minimum number of variations PIN = 1109814
- Number of forbidden PIN codes = 186 (See page 16)
- Number of invalid passcode entries before disabling = 5
- Waiting for input code = 60 s
- Blocking time after 5 attempts invalid = 90 s
- Battery life support memory = nd (Using flash memory)
• Badge Reader
- ISO/IEC 14443A
• Siren
- 15 min maximum duration
- Indoor use only
- Can be self-powered
- 105 dB (A) at 1 meter
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