RX808-LCD - HiTek Security

RX808-LCD - HiTek Security
RX808-LCD
80 CHANNELS WIRELESS RECEIVER WITH LCD DISPLAY
14.12-M1.1.1-Hx.x-F1.1-ENG
[AN] [SPV]
MADE IN ITALY
INSTALLATION AND USE MANUAL
WARNINGS
Installation:
 This device must be installed only by qualified technician
 Installer must follow current regulations
 The manufacturer shall not be liable for any improper use of the product, incorrect installation or failure to comply with instructions of
this manual and the law regarding electrical systems
 Any intervention carried out by not qualified technician can damage the device
Installation environment:
 Do not install the control panel in very humid or warm environment, near to baths, sinks, etc. Do not install the device outdoor
 For a solid and reliable installation, make sure the installation wall surface is flat
 Fix the receiver to a height that allows easy access the front panel
 The receiver is protected against tampering. Anyway, it is recommended to install the device within a detection zone of the alarm system
 Do not install the receiver in a shielded environment or near other receivers/transmitters with the same working frequency. Before fix
the device and peripherals run some tests to verify the system and ensure a proper behaviour and coverage of wireless sensors
 Pay attention to radio emitters near the installation. In this case run tests of correct working for more days
Thank you for choosing our product.
We invite you to read carefully these directions before installing and using this device in order to fully make the most of all its capacities.
INDEX
1.
RX808-LCD ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
2.
TECHNICAL ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
3.
FRONT PANEL........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
4.
PROGRAMMING MENU ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
LANGUAGE ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
ZONES LEARNING ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
ACTIVATORS LEARNING ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 7
RADIO TEST................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
BEEP ARMING .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 7
DOOR CONTROL ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
CTSR AND MINI-C ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
RECEIVER MODE (IMPULSIVE RELAY) ............................................................................................................................................................................ 8
ANTI-BLINDING ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 9
ENTRY TIME .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 9
EXIT TIME...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
RELAY MODE FOR OPENED DOOR (P.A.INS = YES / NO) ................................................................................................................................................ 9
SUPERVISION ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
P OUTPUT ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
RESET ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
5.
DETECTOR MANAGEMENT ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
LEARN A DETECTOR..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
DELETE A DETECTOR ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
6.
ACTIVATOR MANAGEMENT ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
LEARN AN ACTIVATOR ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 12
DELETE AN ACTIVATOR ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 12
7.
ARMING AND DISARMING...................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
TOTAL ARMING ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
PARTIAL ARMING ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 13
DISARMING ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 13
8.
ALARM MEMORY (EVENTS LOG) ............................................................................................................................................................................. 14
READ THE EVENTS LOG ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
CLEAR THE EVENTS LOG .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 14
9.
SUPERVISION ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
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1.
RX808-LCD
RX808-LCD is an high performance receiver and full of functions, designed for professional use.
This is a radio receiver with 80 radio zones combined to 8 relay outputs (groups of 10 radio zones for each output).
Each radio zone hosts one detector.
When RX808-LCD receives the alarm radio code from a zone, it activates the combined relay output (N.C. type). Each radio sensor is completely
recognized by receiver (included opened/closed door in compatible sensors).
The alarm relay outputs (NC1-C1, …, NC8-C8) can be connected to wired zone inputs of a control panel to expand the alarm system with
wireless detectors, to activate an acoustic or light warning, or to start phone call via PSTN or GSM diallers.
RX808-LCD can store up to 9 remote controls. It is possible to:
 Arm, partial arm and disarm (wired connection) the control panel
 Arm the receiver in TOTAL (all the outputs enabled) or PARTIAL (only outputs 1 ÷ 6 enabled) mode
The receiver can work as MASTER or SLAVE of the alarm system to which is connected:
 MASTER: RX808-LCD is enabled (TOTAL and PARTIAL arming) and disabled (DISARMED) using the remote controls. Connect the
terminals COM/NC/NA to the wired arming input of the control panel, the alarm system is armed and disarmed with the receiver.
On display is shown the status and – during the armed status – the alarms from radio zones are logged
 SLAVE: RX808-LCD receives the armed (TOTAL, no partials) and disarmed status of control panel through wired connection (input
RST, the status is shown on display). During armed status the alarms from radio zones are logged
RX808 shows on display:
 Different arming status (TOTAL, PARTIAL and DISARMED) of receiver and/or control panel
 Alarm memory of radio zones with events log
 Battery status of radio zones
 Missed supervision of radio zones
RX808-LCD has alarm relay outputs for radio zones (NC1-C1, …, NC8-C8), and other outputs for:
 ARMING/DISARMING (COM-NC-NA): output driven by remote controls, for connection to arming/disarming input of the control
panel
 TAMPER (NCT-CT): to monitor the cover tampering or tamper alarm from radio zones
 PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUT (P): programmable output for PARTIAL ARMING or SUPERVISION signalling
 LOW BATTERY (LWB): to alert the low battery status of radio zones or radio-blinding
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2.
TECHNICAL
RADIO ZONES
REMOTE CONTROLS
ZONE ALARM OUTPUTS
ARMING OUTPUT
TAMPER OUTPUT
LWB OUTPUT
P OUTPUT
LED
DISPLAY
POWER
RADIO RANGE
FREQUENCY
RADIO CODE
DIMENSION
CASE
COMPATIBILITY
80 radio zones – Each zone can store one detector
9 remote controls for arming/disarming the receiver and drive the arming output (COM-NC-NA)
8 relay outputs for alarm from radio zones (not from remote controls)
Each output is combined to one group of 10 radio zones (eight groups)
Relay data: 24 V
/ 500 mA
Activation type: impulsive, aperture time > 2 seconds
Warning: the outputs always change status when an alarm from radio zones is received, even if the
receiver is disarmed (only in PARTIAL arming the radio zones 61 ÷ 80 are disabled and thus the outputs
7 and 8 are disabled too)
1 relay output (dry contact) for arming/disarming command from remote controls
Relay data: 24 V
/ 500 mA
Activation type: bistable (> 2 s) or impulsive
1 relay output for tampering, radio-blinding, wired and radio tamper
Relay data: 24 V
/ 500 mA
1 OpenCollector output for low battery of radio zones (zone showed on display) or radio-blinding
1 OpenCollector output for Supervision or Partial arming of receiver
1 OpenCollector output for armed status of receiver (TOTAL or PARTIAL)
 Programming menu
 Zones, arming status and alarm memory
 Opened door (only for radio detectors compatible with Opened Doors function)
9 ÷ 14 V
(typical: 12 V ) / MAX 60 mA
WARNING > The device must be supplied by low voltage power source (SELV)
100 m open field
433,92 MHz
48 bit
250 x 150 x 40 mm
Plastic
Compatible with:
 All AN detectors
The receiver visualize on display detailed information from special radio sensors:
o CTSR: on-board reed/internal contact, secondary contact, roller, shock sensor
o MINI-C: on-board reed/internal contact, secondary contact, roller, shock sensor
o MOSKITO-R: right side, left side, center, elusion
 Remote controls: TXS/M, TXS4
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JUMPERS
SETUP
PROGRAMMING
JP1
TAMPER
CLOSED
OPENED
CLOSED
OPENED
Programming mode
Normal working
Tamper disabled
Tamper enabled
TERMINALS
ANT
RST
+12
GND
COVER
P
LED
LWB
K1
EDIT
MENU
BUZZER
Antenna
Input for TOTAL arming (no PARTIAL) and
disarming the receiver
Power
Power
Connector for cover panel
Partial arming/Supervision
Receiver armed
Detector Low Battery
Radio Blinding
Tamper
Internal “EDIT” button
Internal “MENU” button
Internal speaker
Connect this input to Arming Status output (+INS) of the control panel
(0 V = system disarmed, +12 V
= system armed)
Positive pole +12 V
MAX 60 mA
Negative pole 0 V
Output at +12V when the receiver is armed in Partial
Output at +12V when the receiver is armed in Total
Open-collector output (to negative when signalling low battery or radio
blinding)
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RELAY OUTPUTS
NC1 (Normally Closed)
C1
(Common)
NC2 (Normally Closed)
C2
(Common)
NC3 (Normally Closed)
C3
(Common)
NC4 (Normally Closed)
C4
(Common)
NC5 (Normally Closed)
C5
(Common)
NC6 (Normally Closed)
C6
(Common)
NC7 (Normally Closed)
C7
(Common)
NC8 (Normally Closed)
C8
(Common)
NCT (Normally Closed)
CT
(Common)
COM (Common)
NC
(Normalmente Closed)
NA
(Normally Opened)
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Relay output 1
Total / Partial
Active when alarm from radio zones 1 ÷ 10
Delayed zones
Relay output 2
Total + Partial
Active when alarm from radio zones 11 ÷ 20
Relay output 3
Total + Partial
Active when alarm from radio zones 21 ÷ 30
Relay output 4
Total + Partial
Active when alarm from radio zones 31 ÷ 40
Relay output 5
Total + Partial
Active when alarm from radio zones 41 ÷ 50
Relay output 6
Total + Partial
Active when alarm from radio zones 51 ÷ 60
Relay output 7
Total
Active when alarm from radio zones 61 ÷ 70
Relay output 8
Total
Active when alarm from radio zones 71 ÷ 80
TAMPER relay output
Active in case of Radio-blinding and Tamper (wired/radio)
Dry contact relay output 10. Programmable: Bi-stable / Impulsive (remote control driven)
Connect the receiver to arming wired input of the control panel to arm/disarm it via RX808LCD
FRONT PANEL
Display
Data visualization
MENU
OK / Next / Cancel
OK
Select / change option
RX808-LCD front panel
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4.
PROGRAMMING MENU
To enter in programming menu:
1. Open the receiver
2. With receiver powered, close the jumper SETUP
3. The receiver emits two “beep” and enter immediately in programming menu
4. Use the MENU button to scroll the menu items, the EDIT button to change settings
5. When finished to program, open the SETUP jumper: the receiver emits two “beep” and is ready to work with new settings
Follow the programming menu item list:
Language
Zones Learning
Activators Learning
Radio Test
BEEP Arming
Door Control
CTSR / MINI-C
Receiver Mode
Anti-Blinding
Entry Time
Exit Time
OpenedDoor Relay
Supervision
P Output
Reset / Clear All
LANGUAGE
Set the language of receiver. Change has immediate effect.
ZONES LEARNING
Learn and delete the radio zones. Up to 80 radio zones.
See dedicated paragraph.
ACTIVATORS LEARNING
Learn and delete the remote controls. Up to 9 remote controls.
See dedicated paragraph.
RADIO TEST
Run the test to verify the radio range of receiver:
1. Press the EDIT button
2. On display appears “Radio Test“ and the receiver waits for radio codes from zones
3. Make the radio sensors (learned on receiver) transmit their alarm codes
4. If the radio code is received, on display appears the radio zone number (and the radio code detail) and two “beep” are emitted
5. At the end of the test, switch to next function by pressing the MENU button or exit from programming
BEEP ARMING
Enable the acoustic alerts at arming (one “beep”) and disarming (two “beep”) of the receiver.
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DOOR CONTROL
This function advice about opened zones at arming.
The receiver emits a special acoustic alert. At this point it is possible to:
1. Confirm: press the arm button on remote control or leave the positive signal on RST input or leave the alert time ends: the opened zones
will be bypassed
2. Disarm: press the disarm button on remote control or remove the positive signal on RST input: the display shows “Opened Doors”.
Press the EDIT button, the display shows the radio zone which is opened. In this way it is possible to close the zone and repeat the arm
command without bypass this zone.
3. During the opened door signalling, if the opened zone is known, just close it: in this way it is not necessary to press any button or force
the arming
CTSR AND MINI-C
The CTSR and MINI-C sensors transmit the opened and closed status of their contacts: ON-BOARD REED and EXTERNAL CONTACT.
Depending on the installation (maybe are used both or just one contact) the Opened-Doors advice from these sensors must be set as:
 SINGLE: advice IF the ON-BOARD REED is opened (the EXTERNAL CONTACT is ignored)
 DOUBLE: advice IF both ON-BOARD REED and EXTERNAL CONTACT are opened (if one of these is closed then no advice)
RECEIVER MODE (IMPULSIVE RELAY)
Set the activation mode of the receiver: MASTER or SLAVE.
Change the activation mode of the ARMING relay (output COM-NC-NA) combined to the remote controls.

MASTER – IMPLUSIVE RELAY = NO
The receiver activation depends on remote controls, with two activation modes:
o TOTAL: all the radio zones are active (all the alarm relay outputs are active)
o PARTIAL: only the radio zones 1 ÷ 60 are active, the radio zones 61 ÷ 80 are bypassed (so the alarm relay outputs 7 and
8 stay always closed)
The relay output COM-NC-NA change its status in bistable mode: it is active when the receiver is armed (TOTAL or PARTIAL), at rest
when the receiver is DISARMED.
Connect the output COM-NC-NA of the receiver to the wired arming input of the control panel, the panel will follow the
arming/disarming status of the receiver (MASTER).
If the output P is set as “Partial Arming”, it is possible to use this output to partially arm the control panel.
In this mode the receiver can be also armed (only in TOTAL mode) and disarmed by control panel, connecting the arming status
output to the input RST.
When the RST input receives a positive signal from control panel (arming), the receiver mantains the actual arming status from
remote control (TOTAL or PARTIAL). When the control panel removes the positive signal to the RST input (disarming), the receiver
will disarm.

SLAVE – IMPULSIVE RELAY = YES
The receiver is activated only via input RST.
Connect the bi-stable input RST of the receiver to the wired arming status output of the control panel: the receiver (SLAVE) will be
activated (only TOTAL) or disarmed from control panel.
The relay output COM-NC-NA change in impulsive mode: active for 2 seconds after any command of a remote control.
Connect the output COM-NC-NA of the receiver to the wired arming input of the control panel; the panel receives a pulse each
time a remote control sends a command: it is possible to arm, partially arm and disarm the system.
Note: using the remote control, the receiver switches the output COM-NC-NA but does not change its status (armed or disarmed)
until a status change of the input RST.
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ANTI-BLINDING
Alert function in case of disturbing radio transmission (radio blinding attempts).
In case of blinding, the receiver alerts with a “Blinding” message on display and activating the output LWB.
ENTRY TIME
Delay time before consider alarm after – at receiver armed – a violation of the zones 1 ÷ 10.
If – after this time – the receiver is not disarmed, then starts alarm.
Values:
 00 seconds (instantaneous zones, no delay)
 10 seconds
 20 seconds
 30 seconds
EXIT TIME
Time available to leave the protected zone without alarms after the arming command to the receiver. During this time the receiver does not
consider alarm if the radio zones are violated.
Values:
 5 seconds
 60 seconds
RELAY MODE FOR OPENED DOOR (P.A.INS = YES / NO)
Set the behaviour of zone alarm relay output when – at the arming of the receiver – a zone is opened. This function can be used only if the
“Door Control” option is enabled.
 FOLLOW ZONE (P.A.INS = YES): maintain the zone relay output opened until the zone stays opened
 NORMAL (P.A.INS = NO): the zone relay output is impulsive. The relay temporary opens then closes after some seconds (even if
the zone stays opened). At the end of Opened Door signalization the relay closes
In both cases, giving a +12 V on RESET input, the zone relay opens to alert that there is a opened door. After some seconds the zone relay
output closes bypassing the zone.
SUPERVISION
Max time before consider the radio zone as “missing”. Each time the radio zone sends any radio code, the receiver restart the countdown.
Values:
 4 hours
 8 hours
 12 hours
 NO (Supervision off)
P OUTPUT
Set the behaviour of the programmable P output. The output switches for these events:
 Partial Arming
 Missed Supervision
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RESET
BEFORE PROCEED WITH THE DEVICE PROGRAMMING, IT IS RECOMMENDED TO PERFORM THE FOLLOWING STEPS
IN ORDER TO ERASE THE MEMORY AND ERASE ANY FACTORY TEST SETTING.
These procedure allows to delete all the radio zones and remote controls stored in receiver.
 Close the jumper SETUP to open Programming Menu
 Press the MENU button until the “Clear All” option on display
 Press and hold the EDIT button until some “beep” are emitted and the LWB output switches: the memory is erased
 Wait some seconds: the receiver reboot
 After the memory cleaning, switch to next function by pressing the MENU button or exit from programming opening the jumper
SETUP.
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5.
DETECTOR MANAGEMENT
LEARN A DETECTOR
LEARN ONLY “AN” DETECTORS
1. Enter in programming menu (jumper SETUP closed) and select “Zone Learning”
2. Select the memory position to use with EDIT button (by holding the button, the memory position increase quickly):
EDIT
Zone Learning
Sensor
01
Zone Learning
Sensor
02
3. After some seconds, beside to the radio zone number appears the “_” listening symbol: the receiver is waiting for a radio code from radio
sensor.
Zone Learning
Sensor
02 _
If appears the “X” symbol after the radio zone number, it means that the memory position is already used. It is possible to overwrite or
delete it (see next paragraph)
4. On sensor, enable and press the TAMPER switch (AN learning)
5. When the radio code is received, on receiver display appears the blinking “X” symbol (instead “_”): the receiver is processing the code.
If it is a valid code the remote control is stored, the “X” symbol stays solid:
Zone Learning
Sensor
02 X
The sensor is not stored if:
 the radio code is NOT an AN learning code (example: alarm code, tamper code…)
 the radio code is already stored in other memory position
 it is not a valid radio code (example: it is a remote control radio code…)
In case of error, some “beep” are emitted and the receiver wait for another radio code.
6. To learn other sensors, press the EDIT button to switch to another free memory position and repeat the previous steps.
It is possible to store up to 80 sensors.
7. At the end of learning, switch to next function by pressing the MENU button or exit from programming opening the jumper SETUP.
DELETE A DETECTOR
To delete a radio zone, select it and hold down the MENU button for at least 5 seconds:
Zone Learning
Sensor
02 X
EDIT
long
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Zone Learning
Sensor
02
6.
ACTIVATOR MANAGEMENT
LEARN AN ACTIVATOR
1. Enter in programming menu (jumper SETUP closed) and select “Learn. Activator”
2. Select the memory position using the EDIT button (hold down the button to increase quickly the memory position):
Learn. Activator
Remote
01
EDIT
Learn. Activator
Remote
04
3. After some seconds, beside to the radio zone number appears the “_” listening symbol: the receiver is waiting for a radio code from
remote control.
Learn. Activator
Remote
04 _
If appears the “X” symbol after the radio zone number, it means that the memory position is already used. It is possible to overwrite or
delete it (see next paragraph)
4. Press any button on remote control
5. When the radio code is received, on receiver display appears the blinking “X” symbol (instead “_”): the receiver is processing the code.
If it is a valid code the remote control is stored, the “X” symbol stays solid:
Learn. Activator
Remote
04 X
The remote control is not stored if:
 the radio code is already stored in other memory position
 it is not a valid radio code (example: it a sensor radio code…)
In case of error, some “beep” are emitted and the receiver wait for another radio code.
6. To learn other remote controls, press the EDIT button to switch to another free memory position and repeat the previous steps.
It is possible to store up to 9 remote controls.
7. At the end of learning, switch to next function by pressing the MENU button or exit from programming opening the jumper SETUP.
DELETE AN ACTIVATOR
To delete an activator, select it and hold down the MENU button for at least 5 seconds:
Learn. Activator
Remote
04 X
EDIT
long
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Learn. Activator
Remote
04
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ARMING AND DISARMING
It is possible to arm (activate) the receiver and the connected control panel, in two ways:
1. With remote controls: the receiver must be programmed in MASTER mode, the control panel must be connected to the output COMNC-NA. It is possible to arm the receiver in TOTAL and PARTIAL mode
2. With wired bi-stable input RST: the receiver must be programmed in SLAVE mode and the input RST must be connected to the wired
status output of the control panel:
 +12 V: TOTAL arming
 no +12 V: DISARMED
It is possible to arm the receiver only in TOTAL mode
TOTAL ARMING
Press once the arming button (TOTAL) of a remote control.
The receiver emits a “beep” (if the “Beep Arming” function is enabled) to confirm the code is received.
On display appears:
TOTAL arming
PARTIAL ARMING
Press twice the arming button or once the partial arming button (if available) on a TXS4 remote control.
The receiver emits a “beep” each time it receives the arming button code as confirm.
On display appears:
PART. armed
When in partial arming, the zones from 61 to 80 are bypassed (also the combined relays 7 and 8).
DISARMING
The receiver can be disarmed pressing once the disarming button on remote control, at any arming status (TOTAL or PARTIAL).
The reciver emits two “beep” and the display shows “Disarmed” (if no alarm memory):
Disarmed
In case of alarms during arming, at disarming the receiver alerts with some “beep” and the display shows “Alarm Memory”:
Alarm Memory
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ALARM MEMORY (EVENTS LOG)
READ THE EVENTS LOG
If – during the arming of the receiver – an alarm happens, at disarming some quick “beep” are emitted to alert about the alarm condition.
The display shows “Alarm Memory”:
Alarm Memory
In case of alarm the receiver saves the violated radio zone.
The receiver can store up to twenty alarm events (in chronological order, from most recent to the oldest) in a circular memory: when the
memory is full, the last event overwrite the oldest one.
To viualize the events just, at receiver disarmed, press the EDIT button more times.
Each pression on EDIT button shows on display – chronologically – the violated radio zones which caused alarm: from most recent to the
oldest. When – after the last event – the EDIT button is pressed again, the receiver emits some “beep”.
To exit from Events Log press the MENU button.
CLEAR THE EVENTS LOG
To delete the event log (alarm memory), press and hold the MENU button: release the button when the display shows “Disarmed”.
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SUPERVISION
This function allows to control the detectors learned on receiver.
The detectors automatically transmit a “live” radio code each hour. When the supervision is active, the receiver verifies to receive at least one
“live” radio code from each detector within the selected time window (4, 8 or 12 hours). If the RX808-LCD does not receives a “live” code
within this time, it will be signalled as “missed supervision”.
In case of missed supervision, the P output switches (if programmed for “Supervision”) and the display shows “Missed Supervision”.
In case - after “missed supervision” – the “live” code is correctly received (after the same time window), the “Missed Supervision” and the P
output back to normal state.
To visualize the supervision log, proceed as follows.
When the display shows “Missed Supervision”, press more times the EDIT button: will be displayed chronologically all the missed supervision
events, from newest to the oldest.
At the last event, the display blinks and some “beep” are emitted. To exit from supervision log press the MENU button.
In main events log, the missed SUPERVISON is shown by the number of zone on display and the blinking of LWB and LED LEDs.
THIS DEVICE MEETS THE R&TTE REQUIREMENTS (EUROPEAN UNION)
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