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MP 04
English
Wire connected
microprocessor
control unit
IS0061 - AD
Control Unit MP04
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Software
rev. 3.06
1
Introduction
This manual is divided into four section:
• general features ................................. pg.3
• installation and connections ............... pg.7
• using the system immediately ............ pg.18
• using optical key DK41 ....................... pg.34
• advanced programming ...................... pg.40
Each section in this manual features its own analytic
list of contents to facilitate retrieval of the required
function.
SOFTWARE VERSION
The software version of the control unit
is displayed for 3 seconds on the
KP04D keypad screen whenever a
valid code is entered.
GUIDE TO PROBLEM SOLVING
On page 55, a list of the most common
problems is shown along with possible
causes and relevant solutions
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General Features
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.0
MP04 control unit .................................... 4
Control devices ....................................... 5
Input expansion board ............................. 5
Output expansion board .......................... 5
DK4R relay module ................................. 5
National Standard ................................... 6
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1.0 MP04 Control Unit
• Wire control unit suitable to make small and middle sized
systems, provided with 5 expandable zones.
• Each zone is made up as follows:
- 1 programmable alarm input (immediate, timed, final
door, panic, fire, technical, social alarm, pre-alarm)
- 1 self-protection input (not for zone n.5)
• System self-protection
• Possibility to cut the zones into 2 sectors
• 3 alarm outputs: inner siren, external siren and free switch
relay.
• 3 TC outputs that can also be programmed as alarm
outputs.
• ON/FF control through local or remote keypad, wireless
control, electronic key, electromechanical key, opticaldigital key.
• Warnings for: system live, battery low, failure, system
status, alarm, tampering, inputs open, inputs disabled.
Such warnings are through LEDs or display.
• 4 different codes are available:
- Master User’s Code (Master Code)
- User 2’s Code (Slave Code)
- Engineering’s Code
- Telemonitoring
• Entry time, exit time and alarm time setting.
• Possibility to house 1 battery, 12 V-6 Ah, or 2 batteries, 6
V - 12 Ah.
• SINGLE-SHOT function: this function was so designed
to make it possible that an input in alarm condition, should
it stay open, does not generate any more alarm unless it
is closed and the opened again.
• AND function: if two inputs are related in AND mode,
the control unit generates a slip in alarm only provided
that such inputs open within max 5 minutes one after the
other.
• CHIME function (entry warning): possibility to enable,
when the system is off, the sound of an inner siren when
a door or windows opens.
• COURTESY LIGHT function: possibility to make a lamp
light up when the system is off.
• PRESENCE SIMULATION function: possibility to
program the control unit so as, with the system on and
at random intervals, to make a lamp light up or to enable
other technical functions to simulate presence in the
protected zone.
• PRE-ALARM function: possibility to program an input
(eg.: connected to an external guard) so as, where
enabled, not to generate an alarm but to enable a small
siren, or buzzer, or make a lamp light up.
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2.0 Remote control devices
2.1 KP04 keypad
• Two models available:
KP04D with LCD display
KP04 with LEDs
• Up to max.4 remote KP04 keypads can be installed.
• The keyboards are connected through RS485 serial line
2.2 DK41 optical-digital key
• System made up of programmable feed devices series
connected to the MP04 control unit.
• Max. system configuration: 4 feed devices, 20 storable
keys that can be programmed separately.
3.0 Input expansion board
• Optional module to enable adding 5 zones to the 5 zones
already existing in the control unit mother board.
• Each zone is made up as follows:
- 1 programmable alarm input (istantaneous, delayed.
last exit, panic, fire, technical, remote first-aid, prealarm)
- 1 self-protection input (with the exception of the zone
n.10)
• Single-shot function for all inputs.
4.0 Output expansion board
• Optional module to enable adding 8 outputs to those
already existing in the control unit mother board.
• The module is made up as follows:
1 - A relay output: free switch programmable (1A)
2 - B relay output: free switch programmable (1A)
3 - AL.PA: panic alarm output
4 - FIRE: fire alarm output
5 - TEC: technical alarm output
6 - FAIL: failure alarm output
7 - S1: electric programmable output related to sector 1
8 - S2: electric programmable output related to sector 2
5.0 DK4R relay module
• Fitting for the output expansion board to change 4
electric outputs (fire, technical, panic, failure) into as
many free switch relay outputs.
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6.0 National Standard
• The control unit can operate to comply with 3 programming
standards:
- ITALY standard
- FRANCE standard
- NORWAY standard
• To select the required standard, dip-switches 3 and 4
(SW1-dip see figure on page 11) shall be set in the control
unit:
1) ITALY STANDARD = dip 3 ON and dip 4 ON
Operation as per the manual
IMPORTANT
After any modification
on the dip-switch
position make the
reset procedure as
explained on page 19
ON
1 2 3 4
2) FRANCE STANDARD = dip 3 ON and dip 4 OFF
The operation of the control unit according to the FRANCE
standard differs from the ITALY one as follows:
- alarm time that can be programmed to be 90, 120, 180
seconds.
- Input automatic disabling in the case of open input for
more than 10 minutes
3) NORWAY STANDARD = dip 3 OFF e dip 4 ON
The operation of the control unit according to the
NORWAY standard differs from the ITALY one as follows:
ON
1 2 3 4
ON
1 2 3 4
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•
•
ZONES
Zone nr. 4 is programmed as fire
Zone nr. 5 is programmed as technical
Zone nr.10 (in the input expansion board) is
programmed as fire
Programming of these 3 zones cannot be changed
• Zone nr. 3 is programmed as Audible Panic Alarm and
it can be programmed according to the ITALY standard.
• The other zones can be programmed according to the
ITALY standard, with the exclusion of "prealarm and
social alarm" functions, that cannot be selected.
- OUTPUTS
• The SI output shows fire alarm and can be programmed
to be self-powered or non self powered.
• The SE output shows fire and tamper alarm (only with
the system ON)
• The relay output shows technical alarm
Programming of these 3 outputs cannot be changed
- ALARM TIME
• Default 3 minutes
It can be set to 2, 3, 4, 5 minutes
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Installation/connection
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
Wall installation of the case .................... 8
Antiremoval kit installation ....................... 9
Pre-arrangement for fittings .................... 10
Description of terminal boards ............... 11/12
Inputs ...................................................... 13
5.1 Alarm and self-protection inputs ....... 13
5.2 Key inputs ......................................... 15
6.0 Outputs ................................................... 15
6.1 Alarm outputs.................................... 15
6.2 TC outputs ........................................ 17
6.3 Warning signal output ....................... 17
Access to the board back
Case opening/closing
G
door
label to note
the led
meaning
fastening
screw
G
• Lift the door, remove the label and unscrew
the fastening screw
• To open the control unit, make the cover slide
in the direction of the arrows until brackets S
disengage, then lift.
• To close the unit, it is enough to put the cover
and make it slide to engage brackets S.
Tighten the fastening screw and again set the
label in proper position.
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• To access the back, disengage the board
from the two bearings (as shown in the figure), then make it rotate on the two horizontally
pivoting elements G.
• To remove the board, disengage it from the
two pivoting elements G.
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1.0 Wall installation of
the case
F
C
fit the screwdriver in the hole and break
through part A
A
SC
FP
VM
TA
VC
= Holes with slot for wall installation
= Break prearrangement to let the
cables go through
= Brackets to fix the cables
= Holes to fix cable clamps (where any)
= Bearing to hold the anti-removal
microswitch fastening screws
= Hole for the screw to hold the antiremoval microswitch
= Bearing to hold the cover locking
screw
brackets for fixing
the batteries by the
security rubber band
brackets for fixing
the batteries by the
security rubber band
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2.0 Installation of the
anti-removal kit (option)
The anti-removal kit (MP9510111) is made up of:
1 connecting cable
1 micro-switch
1 screw anchor
1 screw M4x20, (cover plug)
1 self-tapping screw 2,9x9,5 (microswitch fastening)
1 self-tapping screw 3,9x32, black (to hold the microswitch)
1
2.1 Antiremoval
1) Fit the screw anchor in the wall through the TA hole and
screw 3/4 of the length of the screw to hold the antiremoval
microswith.
TA
2) Secure the antiremoval microswitch to the VM bearing
through the self-tapping screw 2,9x9,5
3) Check that the screw to hold the microswitch comes out
enough to close the microswitch. If kit installation was
carried out correctly, attempting removing the control unit
case from the wall makes the microswitch open.
2
VM
4) Connect the microswitch wires to the (pin-strip) connector
JP1 in the control unit (see par.4.0).
2.2 Cover closing and lead sealing
1) Close the control unit, tighten the special capstan screw
2) Align the axis or the screw hole (by unscrewing the screw
all that is necessary) with the axis of the seal seat
3) Let the sealing wire in the screw hole upwards from below,
then fit it in the cavity as shown in the figure.
4) Fit the two ends of the wire in the lead.
5) Seal the lead and fit it in proper place.
place for
lead
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3.0
Prearrangement for fittings
3.1 Fixing to the bottom of the case - wire connections
space for microphone
prearrangement
for battery
prearrangement
for battery
speaker
3.2
prearranged space for
telephone
transmitter CT104V
prearranged space for
optional fittings such
as:
electromechanical
keys, electronic keys,
etc...
control unit
transformer
Fixing to board back - wire connections
central mother
board
prearranged space for
other eventual
optional boards
wired
connections
prearranged space for
communicatormodem (fixed by 3
distance
pieces
supplied)
prearranged space for
input expansion
(fixed by 3 distance
pieces supplied)
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4.0
Description of terminal board
M1
24 Vac 1
24 Vac 2
Power supply 24VAC
Power supply 24VAC
SI
1
SE
2
TCs
3
Output for inner-siren (1A)
Programmable for self-powered or not
self-powered sirens
Output (10 mA) for self powered external
siren
System TC output (30mA) for sirens
and/or telephone units
Negative terminal for peripheral
devices
Positive terminal for peripheral devices
Tamper unit
BATTERY
-
+
M2
-
4
+
TA
5
6
C
NC
NO
1
2
3
see pag.6
"National standard"
SW1
RST
M3
Alarm output relay contact (max 5A)
Normal closed contact
Normal open contact
Relais excited at rest
JP1
M4
AL
(-)
(+)
T/A
1
2
3
4
Alarm input related to negative term.
Power supply for sensors
Power supply for sensors
Tamper self protection input related to ZONE 1
positive terminal
AL
(-)
(+)
T/A
1
2
3
4
Alarm input related to negative term.
Power supply for sensors
Power supply for sensors
Tamper self protection input related to ZONE 2
positive terminal
M5
M6
AL
(-)
(+)
T/A
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1
2
3
4
Alarm input related to negative term.
Power supply for sensors
Power supply for sensors
Tamper self protection input related to ZONE 3
positive terminal
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connect the
antiremoval
microswitch
(option) to pinstrip JP1
FUSE
F1 = 1A/F
protection (+)
serial data line
F2 = 3A/F
protection (+)
sirens output
F3 = 630mA/F
protection (+)
M4, M5, M6, M7,
M8
11
M7
AL
(-)
(+)
T/A
1
2
3
4
Alarm input related to negative term.
Power supply for sensors
ZONE 4
Power supply for sensors
Tamper self protection input related to
positive terminal
AL
(-)
(+)
1
2
3
Alarm input related to negative term.
Power supply negative terminal
Power supply positive terminal
S1
1
TC output related to sector 1
Max current 30 mA
M8
ZONE 5
M9
TC OUTPUTS
S2
2
TC output related to sector 2
Max current 30 mA
S1
1
CS
S2
2
3
ON
4
CL
AN
5
6
Input to control sector 1 through
electromechanical or electronic key of
the pulse type
Positive terminal for sectors S1 and S2
Input to control sector 2 through
electromechanical or electronic key of
ELECTRONIC AND/OR
the pulse type
ELECTROMECHANICAL
Electric output for remote system status
KEYS
warning (max.10mA)
Negative terminal of outputs ON - AN
Electric output to send the alarm and/or
failure warning signals to remote
storage (10 mA)
+
LB
LA
-
1
2
3
4
M10
M11
12
Power supply for serial line devices
Serial data line
Serial data line
Power supply for serial line devices
SERIAL
LINE
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5.0 Inputs
5.1 Alarm and self-protection inputs
• All inputs are provided with SINGLE-SHOT function.
• The control unit only generates an alarm in case the input
stays open for more than 200 mSec.
M2
1234
1234
1234
1234
1234
5.1.1 Central mother board
• 5 alarm inputs are provided in each zone, all stored, related
to negative terminal and featuring the possibility to be disabled
• Every one of zones 1, 2, 3 and 4 features its own selfprotection input (T/A = tamper - self-protection).
• Moreover, a master system self-protection input is provided
(M2 terminal 6). All self-protection inputs are normal closed
and related to positive terminal.
• The 5 alarm inputs can be programmed through software
as follows:
- slip in, immediate
to enable general alarm immediately.
- slip in, timed
to enable general delayed alarm.
- slip in, final door
where enabled during output delay, this type of input
interrupts delay to enable the system immediately.
- slip in/panic (antirobbery), silent
to enable:
a) relay output (M3) where this output was programmed
for panic alarm.
b) panic output, provided that the output expansion module
exists.
c) TC output where programmed for panic alarm.
- slip in/panic (antirobbery), audible:
to enable:
a) siren SE and siren SI outputs.
b) panic output, provided that output expansion exists.
c) TC output where programmed for panic alarm.
d) relè output where programmed for panic alarm
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tampering
1234
1234
1234
1234
M3
M4
1234
1234
1234
1234
Input 1
Zone 1
M5
1234
1234
1234
1234
1234
Input 2
Zone 2
M6
1234
1234
1234
1234
1234
Input 3
Zone 3
M7
1234
1234
1234
1234
1234
Input 4
Zone 4
Input 5
Zone 5
13
- slip in, prealarm
to enable relay output immediately for 3 minutes, provided
that the system is on.
- fire
to enable the following outputs:
a) TC output, where programmed for fire alarm.
b) Sirens SE and SI outputs (intermittent sound) where
programmed to enable fire alarm.
c) Relay output where programmed as fire alarm.
d) Fire output, provided that output expansion exists
- technical
to enable the following outputs:
a) TC output, where programmed as technical alarm.
b) Relay output, where programmed as technical alarm
c) Technical output, provided that output expansion exists.
- social alarm
to enable the following outputs:
a) TC output, where programmed for social alarm.
b) Relay output, where programmed for social alarm
ZONE 5 TAMPERING
Zone 5 tamper is warned on the
following circumstances
:
• general alarm input opening
(terminal 6 -TA - M2)
• microswitch opening
• Pin strip JP1 open
ZONE 10 TAMPERING
Zone 10 tamper is warned on
the following circumstances:
• disabling of a device on the
serial line
• microswitch opening in the
cover of remote keypads
- not-used
an input programmed as "not used" it's ignored by the
control unit and it is possible to leave it open without any
polarity .
5.1.2 Input expansion module (option)
• The inpupt expansion board enables adding 5 zones to the
5 zones already existing in the mother board.
• 5 alarm inputs exist. Each of them is stored, related to negative terminal, and can be disabled.
• Every one of zones 6, 7, 8 and 9 features its own selfprotection input (T/A = tamper / self-protection).
• All self-protection inputs are normal closed to positive
terminal.
• The 5 alarm inputs in the expansion module can be
programmed through software as detailed concerning
central mother board inputs (par.5.1.1).
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5.2 Key inputs
S1 and S2
• Two inputs, S1 and S2, are installed in the central plate. The
two inputs S1 and S2 are related to sector S1 and S2
respectively. Such inputs receive the commands sent through
electronic or electromechanical key. Such key can be
programmed as monostable (pulse type) or bistable.
123
123
123
123
• MONOSTABLE PROGRAMMING: A pulse to one of these
2 inputs changes the state of the related sector, thus, the
sector disables if it was on, whereas it enables if off. If a
pulse comes to the two inputs S1 and S2 at the same time,
then the control unit enables entirely if it was off completely,
whereas it disables if fully or partially on.
• BISTABLE PROGRAMMING: a positive to the inputs S1 and/
or S2 disable the related sector. In this condition it is possible
to enable/disable the system by the means of the digital keys
or electronic keypads. A negative to the inputs S1 and/or
S2 (or if they are free of tension), enable the related sector,
but IT IS NOT POSSIBLE to change the state of the sector
by the means of the digital keys or electronic keypads
CS
• Related positive terminal for inputs S1 and S2
6.0 Outputs
6.1 Alarm output
123
123
123
123
123
6.1.1 Central mother board
• 3 alarm output are provided in the control unit:
SI output for inner siren that can be programmed normal
low (for non-self-powered sirens) or normal high (for selfpowered sirens). Concerning programming of the types of
alarms to be sent, see "Advanced Programmation"
SE programmable output for external siren of the selfpowered type. Concerning programming of the types
of alarms to be sent, see Chap. "Advanced
Programmation".
RELAY
non polarized free switch programmable outoput.
Concerning programming of the types of alarms to be
sent, see Chap. "Advanced Programmation".
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alarm
output
123
M2
123
123
123
123
123
123
123
123
123
M3
123
123
123
123
123
123
123
123
123
123
123
123
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6.1.2 Output expansion (optional)
REL.A Programmable free switch relay output (max.current
1A). To show anti-robbery/tamper alarm state: relay
switching can occur at the first or second alarm, with
possibility to program the interval between the two
alarms (see Advanced Programming).
The output can be remote controlled through DTMF
code. (Tele-switched output, with modem/TTF only).
+
Positive feed voltage
Negative feed voltage
REL.B Programmable relay output; free switch (max.current
1A). To show system status (total ON/OFF).
It can be remote controlled through DTMF code. (Teleswitched output, with modem/TTF only).
S1
Programmable electric output (max.current 30 mA).
Either to show enabling or slip in alarm and selfprotection of sector 1.
-
Related negative terminal
S2
Programmable electric output (max.current 30 mA).
Either to show enabling or slip in alarm and selfprotection of sector 2.
Fail alarm electric output (max.current 30 mA). To
enter alarm conditions due to:
Battery low, power failure and fuse cutoff. The warning
stops after the cause that induced the failure is cured.
-
Related negative terminal
Technical alarm electric output (max.current 30 mA).
To propagate the alarms coming from those inputs
programmed as Technical with the system either on
or off. This output is made return to quiescent
condition by entering the proper code once the alarm
warning is gone out.
Fire alarm electric output (max.current 30 mA), to propagate the alarms coming from those inputs
programmed as Fire with the system either on or off.
Such output is made return to quiescent condition by
entering the proper code once the alarm warning is
gone out.
-
Related negative terminal
Panic alarm electric output (max.current 30 mA). To
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propagate the alarms coming from those inputs
programmed as Panic with the system either on or
off. It follows the programmed alarm timing.
IMPORTANT
The 4 FIRE, PANIC, TECHNICAL, FAIL electric outputs can
be changed into 4 free switch outputs through the DK4R option
relay module. The 4 outputs correspond as follows:
FAIL = R4; TECHNICAL = R3; FIRE = R2; PANIC = R1.
6.2 TC Outputs
S1
S2
TC output related to sector 1. It is to provide positive
voltage that goes to zero when sector 1 is enabled or
in input test condition. Max.current: 30 mA.
TC output related to sector 2. It is to provide positive
voltage that goes to zero when sector 2 is working or in
input test condition. Max.current: 30 mA.
TCs TC system output to control the sirens and/or the
telephone units. It is to provide positive voltage when
both sectors are off and goes to zero when even only
one sector is working or in output test condition.
P.S.
TC outputs can be programmed as alarm outputs
(see Advanced Programming)
module DK4R
M9
1234
1234
1234
1234
1234
TC
output
12345
12345
12345
12345
12345
12345
M2
1234
1234
1234
1234
1234
6.3 Warning signal outputs
AN
ON
to send a remote device (LED) the signal for the following
warnings:
1) general alarm - led lit up fixed
2) input open - led flashing
3) one or more inputs disabled - led flashing
to send a remote (LED) device the signals for the
following warnings:
1) Total/partial enabling
2) Key acquisition (DK41 system)
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123
123
123
123
123
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Using the system
immediately
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
18
Default parameters ................................. 18
Access code .......................................... 19
Using the electromechanical key ............ 20
Using the led keypad .............................. 22
Using the display keypad ........................ 28
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1.0 Default parameters
• CONTROL UNIT FIRST ENABLING: to set the parameters
as default parameters make the TOTAL RESET procedure as shown here
• The control unit is supplied so as to enable using the system
immediately. This chapter is to describe event displaying,
coding, enabling/disabling, input disabling, system testing
functions besides some types of easy programming (input
delay change, alarm time). To program the system entirely,
or to change other more complex functions, please see
“Advanced Programming”.
• Default parameters
TOTAL RESET
To reset the control unit
parameters, press at the
same time the RST key in
the card and the TEST + E
keys in the local keypad.
Release the RST key while
keeping the TEST + E keys
pressed until a long bleep is
sent by the buzzer. Again
press the RST key: the
buzzer will bleep twice to
confirm the operation has
been carried out.
Master user's code
User 2's code
Engineer's code
111111
222222
333333
Zone 1
Zone 2, 3, 4, 5
Zone 6
Zone 7, 8, 9, 10
timed (30 seconds)
immediate
timed (30 seconds)
immediate
Sector 1
Sector 2
zone 1 - 3 - 5 - 7 - 9
zone 2 - 4 - 6 - 8 - 10
AND group 1
AND group 2
CHIME (entry warning)
no zone
no zone
no zone
Input delay
Alarm time
30 seconds - (exit delay = 40 sec)
3 min (Italy standard);
S1
S2
TCs
sector 1 TC
sector 2 TC
system TC
SI output
SE output
Normal low - only fire
only tamper and fire - only with system ON
Relay
Relay A (output exp.)
Relay B (output exp.)
technical alarm 0 sec. delayed
slip in/tamper - 1st alarm
system ON/OFF
S1 output (expansion)
S2 output (expansion)
slip in / tamper for sector 1
slip in / tamper for sector 2
Masking
disabled
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2.0 Access code
2.1 Description
• 4 different codes are provided:
1) master user's code: to enable the following functions:
- total or partial enabling
- input disabling
- alarm, input disabled/open displaying
- input and output testing
- Master and User'2 Code changing
- User'2 Code enabling
- Engineer’s Code enabling
- buzzer disabling
- self-diagnosis
- optical key DK41 enabling
The control unit is supplied with Master User’s Code
= 111111.
2) User 2’s Code: to be enabled through Master Code
according to suitable procedure (Chap.2.2-2.3); where
enabled, it can perform the following functions:
- total enabling
- own code changing
The control unit is supplied with User 2’s Code =
222222
3) Engineer’s Code: to carry out any functions. To be
enabled through Master’s User Code.
The control unit is supplied with Engineer’s Code =
333333
4) Telemonitoring Code: enabled only provided that the
modem exists.
• The codes can be made up of min.4 to max. 6 figures
• Identical codes are not permitted
• When a valid code is entered, the buzzer bleeps twice to
show acknowledge.
• The antirobbery code features the last code figure increased
by one unit: eg. code 123456 becomes 123457.
The system is protected against false code entry. More
than 4 retries make the control unit generate tamper
alarm (system ON) and the keypads disable for 10
minutes (even where the system is OFF).
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3.0 Enabling through
electronic/
electromechanical key
1) The electronic/electromechanical key is connected to inputs
S1/S2 (pg.12-M10). Such inputs are related to sectors S1
and S2 in the control unit.
2) A pulse to one of the two inputs changes the related sector
state.
3) A pulse sent to the 2 inputs at the same time induces total
system status change:
- it enables totally where disabled
- it disables where enabled totally or partially
4) There is the possibility to send signals to a remote device:
- through ON output (pg.12-M10) to LED-display the
following:
LED off - system disabled
LED lit up fixed - system enabled totally
LED blinking slow - sector 1 enabled
LED blinking fast - sector 2 enabled
- through AN output (pg.12-M10) to LED display the
following:
a) LED lit up fixed - general alarm
b) LED blinking - input open or one or more inputs
disabled
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Using the system
immediately - led keypad
1.0 Displays .................................................. 23
2.0 Changing the code ................................. 24
3.0 Changing the user 2's code
through master user's code .................... 24
4.0 Enabling user 2 ....................................... 24
5.0 Enabling Engineering's code .................. 25
6.0 Enabling/Disabling .................................. 25
6.1 Enabling ............................................ 25
6.1.1 Enabling with open inputs
disabled automatically ................... 25
6.2 Disabling ........................................... 26
6.3 Disabling with antirobbery on ............ 26
7.0 Zone disabling/enabling.......................... 26
8.0 Sistem testing ......................................... 26
8.1 Zones testing .................................... 26
8.2 Output testing ................................... 27
9.0 Enabling the buzzer ................................ 27
10.0 ................................................................
Selfdiagnostic ................................................ 27
11.0View event log ........................................ 28
input/output
testing
LED power ON
and battery level
to show
system state
total/partial
enabling
Leds related to
10 alarm inputs
entering
exiting the menu
to show
input test
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1.0 Displays
• Power on and battery level are shown by a LED that can
be:
OFF
220 VAC - POWER OFF
LIT UP FIXED
220 VAC - POWER ON
BLINKING
battery level inadequate
• The 10 inputs in the control unit (5 in the motherboard plus
5 expansion ones) are shown by as many LEDs that lit up to
carry out the following functions:
- system state display
- enable/disable
- test
- programming
LED 1 and LED 2, where enabled, show the state of sectors
S1 and S2:
LED 1 lit up: sector 1 enabled
LED 2 lit up: sector 2 enabled
LED 1 and LED 2 lit up: system enabled totally
• The system state is shown by a LED
OFF
system disabled
LIT UP FIXED
system enabled totally
BLINKING SLOW
sector 1 enabled
BLINKING FAST
sector 2 enabled
• Input state is shown by 4 LEDs lit up blinking to warn that
there are events to display. Pressing the key relevant to the
blinking LED enables looking on the 10 LEDs related to the
inputs in the zone concerned; in this case, the LED related
to the input will lit up fixed. Press F to exit the procedure.
input in alarm condition
input in tamper alarm condition
input open
input disabled
IMPORTANT: enter the Master User’s Code to display the
inputs disabled.
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2.0 Changing the code
1) System state: disabled. Enter the code to change; the buzzer
will bleep twice.
2) Press
, the LED relevant to the code entered will
blink (LED 1 for Master Code, LED 2 for Slave Code, LED
3 for Installer’s Code).
3) Enter the new code (4 to 6 figure) and again press
, the buzzer will bleep twice to request for code confirmation.
4) Again enter the new code; if the operation has been carried
out correctly, the buzzer will bleep twice and the blinking
LED goes out. If the code was entered incorrectly, press
and repeat the operation.
3.0 Changing the user 2's code
through master user's code
1) System state: disabled. Enter the Master User’s Code. Wait
until the buzzer bleeps twice to confirm.
2) Press
and
, LED 2 will blink.
3) Enter the new User 2’s Code (4 to 6 figures), then again
press
, the buzzer will bleep once to confirm and
LED 2 goes out.
4) Press
twice to exit the procedure.
4.0 Enabling/disabling the
user 2's code
1) Key the Master User’s Code. Wait until the buzzer bleeps
twice to confirm.
2) Press
and
; the buzzer will bleep once and
LED 2 starts blinking.
3) Press
. LED 2 might be:
- lit up:
User 2’s Code enabled; again press the key
to disable.
- off :
User 2’s Code disabled; again press the key
to enable.
4) Press
twice to exit the procedure.
5.0 Enabling the
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Engineer's code
1) Enter the Master User’s Code
2) Press
+
3) Enter the Engineer’s Code. Now the Engineer’s Code is
enabled until Master or User 2’s Code is entered or first
key enabling is carried out. The Engineering’ s Code can
disable the system only provided that the system was
enabled through such code.
6.0 Enabling/disabling
6.1 Enabling
1) Enter a valid code; the first figure is enough.
2) Press
to enable the system totally, or key 1 to enable
, or press
to enable sector 2
only sector
only.
3) Regarding the enabling displays, please see Chap.1 pg.26.
•
To enable:
access
code
Should any input be open (in the sectors concerned) the
control unit will enable but shows the input open's state
through the general alarm. See "Enabling with open inputs
disabled automatically".
6.1.1 Enabling with open inputs disabled
automatically
It is possible to enable the system despite the fact that some
inputs are open by disabling such inputs automatically. The
inputs disabled will be shown by the relevant LED. These inputs
will be re-enabled at system disabling.
1) Enter a valid Code. The first figure is enough.
2) Press
to enable the system totally, or press
to enable Sector 1 only or
to enable Sector 2 only.
3) Press
6.2 Disabling
1) Enter complete valid code. The system disables automatically
(also during output delay)
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6.3 Disabling with antirobbery ON
1) Enter a valid code with the last figure increased by one unit,
eg. code 123456 becomes 123457.
The control unit disables immediately: the panic alarm outputs
enable 30 seconds since disabling.
If a valid code is entered within the above 30 seconds, the
outputs will not enable.
7.0
Zone disabling/enabling
1) Enter a valid code.
2) Press
+
; the LED related to key E will lit up
fixed.
3) The LEDs related to the zones disabled keep lit up fixed,
whereas the LEDs related to the zones enabled will be off.
The LEDs related to the zones enabled but open will blink.
4) Press the number key related to the zone to enable/disable
for zone 1, or
for zone 10). This zone
(eg.
will change state: where enabled it disables or viceversa.
5) Press
twice to exit the procedure.
8.0 Testing the system
8.1 Zones testing
1) Enter a valid code. Press
. All LEDs will light up fixed
(LED test).
to carry out full system test, or press
2) Press
3)
4)
5)
6)
or
to test only one of the two sectors.
Now the zone test can be carried out. The buzzer will send a
long bleep every time an input opens and the LEDs will blink
to show the zones in alarm condition.
At the end of the test press
twice.
To display the zones in alarm condition it is enough to press
the key related to the blinking LED.
The memories will be reset at the first enabling.
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8.2 Output testing
1) Enter a valid code. Press
and then press the number key for testing the output (see the
table below), press another time the key to disabling the output:
output SI (inner siren)
SE output (external siren)
relay output
fail output (output expansion module)
panic output (output exp.mod.)
fire output (output expansion module)
technical output (output exp.mod.)
alarm output (output expansion module)
ON/OFF output (output exp. mod.)
Press
social-alarm output (communicator)
twice to exit the procedure
9.0 Enabling the Buzzer
1) Enter a valid code
+
2) Press
3) Key
to enable/disable the buzzer during exit time;
LED 1 can be lit up fixed to show buzzer function enabled,
or OFF to show buzzer function disabled.
4) Press key
to enable/disable the buzzer during
CHIME function (see “Advanced Programming”); LED 2
can be lit up fixed to show buzzer function enabled, or OFF
to show buzzer function disabled. Press
to exit
the menu.
10.0 Selfdiagnostic
1) Enter the User's code
2) Press key
+
3) Leds L1, L2, L3, L4 (see the picture on the right) can be:
lit up fixed = everything OK
blinking = fault
4) Press
to exit. Fault warnings are cancelled at exiting,
then the battery test is carried out.
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L1 = EEprom
L2 = BUS
L3 = BATTERY
L4 = FUSE
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11.0 View event log
1) Enter the User's code
2) Press
3) There is the possibility to look through the events occurred
via the following warnings:
• the numeric blinking led shows the event number starting
from the last one
• the numeric led lit up fixed shows the number of the zone
where the event occurred
At the same time, the following leds can light up fixed:
• alarm, to show general alarm circumstance
• tamper, to show a 24h alarm circumstances
blinking of led ON at the same time when the buzzer is
bleeping twice shows that the system is enabled
Example:
L1 blinking
ON blinking
ALARM lit up fixed
L5 lit up fixed
In this case the general alarm event (event no.1) occurred after
system disabling and affected zone no.5.
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immediately
display keypad
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
Displays .................................................. 30
Changing the code ................................. 31
Enabling/disabling the user 2's code...... 31
Changing the user 2's code through
master user's code ................................. 31
5.0 Enabling the Engineering's code ............ 32
6.0 Enabling/disabling the system ................ 32
6.1 Enabling ............................................ 32
6.2 Fast Enabling .................................... 32
6.3 Enabling with open input automatic
disabling ............................................ 32
6.4 Disabling ........................................... 33
6.5 Disabling with antirobbery ON .......... 33
7.0 Zone disabling/enabling.......................... 33
8.0 Testing the system.................................. 33
8.1 Zone test .......................................... 33
8.2 Output test ........................................ 33
9.0 Buzzer enabling ...................................... 34
10.0 ................................................................
View event log................................................ 34
11.0Autodiagnostic ........................................ 34
power ON and
battery level
light indicator
to show the state of
sectors
S1 and S2
to show input
state
Keys to shift
upward/
backward
in the main
menu and
submenu
keys to
conferm or
change the
programming
menu
entering/exiting
the menu and
the submenu
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1.0 Displays
• Power on and battery level are shown by a LED that can be:
OFF
220 VAC - OFF
LIT UP FIXED
220 VAC - ON
BLINKING
battery level inadequate
• LEDS S1 and S2 show the state of sectors:
S1 LIT UP
sector 1 enabled
S2 LIT UP
sector 2 enabled
S1 and S2 LIT UP
system enabled totally
S1 and S2 OFF
system disabled
• LED ON is to show system state:
ON OFF
system disabled
ON LIT UP FIXED
system enabled
ON BLINKING SLOW
sector 1 enabled
ON BLINKING FAST
sector 2 enabled
• The input state is shown by 4 LEDs lit up blinking to warn that
there are events to display.
input in alarm condition
input in tamper alarm condition
input open
input disabled
Press the key aside the blinking LED to display the
message relevant to the event. The message is made up
of: event name and related input number. Exemple
IMPORTANT:
first enter the User’s Code to display the inputs disabled.
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Tamper: 1 3 - - 6 - - 9
in this case, tampering
is related to inputs 1, 3,
6, 9.
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2.0 Changing the code
1) System state: disabled.
2) Enter the code to change.
3) Press
or
until this message displays:
4) Press
This message will display:
to confirm
5) Enter the new code (4 to 6 figures). Press
the code entered;
3.0
Enter new code
Enabling/disabling the
user 2's code
1) Enter the Master User’s Code.
2) Press
or
until this messages displays:
3) Press
. Two different messages might display,
according to whether the User 2 is enabled or disabled:
4) Press
to confirm the function displayed, or press
to change, then again press
change done.
to exit programming.
5) Press
4.0
Change your
Code? O/N
to confirm the
Enable/disable
User 2 ?O/N
User 2
Enabled ?O/N
or
User 2
Disabled ?O/N
Changing the user 2's code
through master user's code
1) System state: off
2) Enter the Master User’s Code.
3) Press
or
until this message displays:
Change Code
User 2 ?O/N
4) Press
Enter new code
. This message will display:
5) Enter new code (4 to 6 figures). Press
the code entered;
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5.0 Enabling the engineer's code
1) Enter the Master User’s Code.
2) Press
or
until this message displays:
Enable
Engineer ? O/N
and enter the Installer’s Code.
3) Press
Now the Engineering’s Code is enabled until a Master or a
User 2’s Code is entered or first key enabling is carried
out. The Engineering’s Code can disable the system only
provided that enabling was carried out through such code.
Engineer
Enabled
6.0 Enabling/Disabling
6.1 Enabling
1) Enter a valid code
2) Press
or
until the type of enabling displays
(Total enabling, only sector S1 enabled, only sector S2
enabled)
3) Press
to confirm.
•
Should there be inputs open (in the sectors concerned) the
control unit enables and send general alarm. See “Enabling
with open inputs disabled automatically”.
6.2 Fast enabling
1) Enter the first figure of a valid code.
to enable the system totally or press
2) Press
to enable Sector S1 only or press
2 only.
Enter your
code
Full Set
?O/N
OK
Total
Enabling
NO
OK
Part Set
Sector 1 ?O/N
Partial
Enabling S1
NO
OK
Part Set
Sector 2 ?O/N
Partial
Enabling S2
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to enable Sector
6.3 Enabling with open input
automatic disabling
System enabling is also possible in case some inputs are
open. In fact, there is the possibility to disable such inputs
automatically. The inputs disabled will be shown by the relevant
LED. These inputs will be re-enabled at system disabling.
1) Enter only the first figure of a valid code.
2) Press
to enable the system totally, or press
to enable Sector 1 only or press
only.
3) Press
to enable Sector 2
6.4 Disabling
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Enter full valid code. The system disables automatically.
6.5 Disabling with antirobbery ON
1) Enter a valid code with the last figure increased by one unit
(eg.: code 123456 becomes 123457).
The control unit disables immediately: the panic alarm
outputs will enable 30 seconds since disabling. If a valid
code is entered within the above 30 seconds, the outputs
will not enable.
7.0
Zone disabling/enabling
1) Enter Master User’s Code. Press
or
key
until this message displays:
2) Press
. The actual state of zones will display.
3) Press
to confirm the actual zone state. Press
+
to change.
4) Repeat this operation for all required zones, then press
to exit programming.
8.0 Testing the system
Exclude/include
Zones ?O/N
Zone 1 included
Confirm ?O/N
or
Zone 1 escluded
Confirm ?O/N
8.1 Zone test
1) Enter a valid code.
2) Press
or
3) Press
until this message displays:
to enter the procedure.
4) Press
to select the type of test: whole system test
or only Sector S1 or Sector S2.
5) Press
to arry out the required test: each input
opening will be shown through a short bleep.
6) The inputs in alarm state display.
7) Press
to exit the procedure.
8.2 Testing the outputs
1) Enter a valid code.
2) Press
or
System Test
O/N?
Zones Test
Total O/N?
or
Zones Test
S1 O/N?
or
Zones Test
S2 O/N?
until this message displays:
3) Press
to enter the testing procedure
4) Press
to enter the output testing procedure.
System Test
O/N?
Output Test
?O/N
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Press
or
to select the test, then press
to carry out the test. Press
to exit the pro-
cedure.
9.0 Enabling the buzzer
1) Enter a valid code.
2) Press
or
until this message displays:
3) Press
to enable the function.
4) Press
to enable/disable the buzzer during exit delay
or press
to program the buzzer during CHIME
function. Actual state will display.
5) Press
to confirm or
+
to change.
6) Press
to exit the menu.
Program Buzzer
?O/N
Ent/Exit Buzzer
Excluded ?O/N
or
Ent/Exit Buzzer
Included?O/N
10.0 View event log
1) Enter a valid code
2) Press
or
3) Press
until this message displays:
to enable the function. The latest event is
displayed. Press
to display all the events (from
the latest to the oldest)
"n" means the event's number
"name" means the type of the event (e.g. "intruder")
"N" means the zone's number concerned by the event
5) Press
to exit the menu
View event
Log ?O/N
Event "n"
"name" "N" ?O/N
11.0 System Autodiagnosys
1) Enter a valid code
2) Press
or
until this message displays:
System
Autodiagnos?O/N
to enable the function and then press
3) Press
to check the others component's system.
to exit the menu.
4) Press
N.B.: the battery test is activated any time you go off from the
System Autodiagnosis.
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Using the digital
optical key DK41
immediately
1.0 Commutator acquisition .......................... 35
2.0 Programming the keys through KP04D
(display keyboard) .................................. 36
2.1 Key acquisition ................................. 36
2.2 Deleting the stored key..................... 37
2.3 Enabling/Disabling the keys ............. 37
3.0 Programming the keys through KP04
(leds keyboard) ....................................... 38
3.1 Key acquisition ................................. 38
3.2 Deleting/ Enabling
Disabling the stored keys ................. 39
4.0 Fast enabling/disabling ........................... 40
5.0 Partiallly enabling/disabling ..................... 40
6.0 Enabling/disabling with MASK function .. 40
About the operation "Assign the commutators to the sectors"
see Advanced Programming
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1.0 Commutator DK40
connection and acquisition
1) Connect the circuit-closing
switches (max.4) to RS485 serial
line (M11 terminal board on
pg.11). See the connection
example.
2) Assign the commutator relevant
address through the rotary switch
(0 to 3)
M11
LB LA
IMPORTANT : never assign the
same address to the same
commutators.
3) Press the reset key. The
commutators are acknowledged by the
control unit in automatic mode.
4) There is the possibility to program
each commutator so as to control sector S1 or
sector S2 only or the whole system. The control unit
is supplied so programmed as:
- the commutator assigned address 0 is to operate the whole system;
- the commutator assigned address 1 is to operate sector
S1 only;
- the commutator assigned address 2 is to operate sector
S2 only;
- the commutator assigned address 3 is to operate the
whole system.
To change the above programming, see Advanced
Programming.
2.0 Programming the keys
DK41 through KP04D
2.1 Key acquisition (max 20)
1) Enter the user code. Press
display shows:
or
2) Press
and enter the engineer code
3) Press
or
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until the
until the display shows:
Enable
Engineer ?O/N
Program Optical
Key ?O/N
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4) Press
. The following will be displayed:
Optical Key
Storing ?O/N
5) Press
. The following will be displayed:
(where "n" is the number of keys stored in memory)
LED 4 blinks.
6) Insert the key to store, wait until LED 1 blinks, remove the
key. LED 4 lit up fixed. Re-insert the key, wait until LED 1
blinks, remove the key. If the key has been read LED 4
goes off . Press
.
Insert
Key
"n" M
take out
signal
7) If the key code has been read and stored, this message
displays:
(where "N" is the progressive number of the stored key)
Key n. "N"
8) After 3 seconds this message displays:
The key can be programmed to control the system in 3
different modes:
• System Enabling/Disabling: total
• Sector Enabling/Disabling: sector S1 only
• Sector Enabling/Disabling: sector S2 only
Select the required function by pressing
or
,
Assign Sector
Total ?O/N
then press
9) Press
Assign Sector
S1 ?O/N
Assign Sector
S2?O/N
to confirm.
twice to exit the procedure.
2.2 Deleting the stored keys
1) Enter the User’s Code. Press
message displays:
or
2) Press
and enter the Engineer’s Code
3) Press
until this message displays:
, until this
Enable
Engineer ?O/N
Program Optical
Key ?O/N
To delete one or several (but not all) keys, select the “Optical
Key Erasing” function (see point 4); to delete all keys, select
“Full Erasing” (see point 6)
4) Select the “Optical Key Erasing” function and press
5) Press
to delete key n.1, or
deleting a different stored key.
6) Select the “Full Erasing” function and press
all stored keys.
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Optical Key
Erasing ?O/N
OK
Key n. "N"
?O/N
Full Erasing
?O/N
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Press
2.3
twice to exit the menu.
Enabling/disabling the keys
1) Enter the user's code. Press
following message is prompted:
or
key until the
2) Press
. Press
to select the key to be
enabled/disabled. This message will be prompted:
3) Press
/
to enable/disable the key
4) Press
twice to exit the menu.
Enable/Disable
Key ?O/N
Key n. "N"
?O/N
Key n. "N"
Disabled ?O/N
or
Key n. "N"
Enabled ?O/N
3.0 Programming the keys
through KP04 (leds)
3.1 Key acquisition
1) Enter the User's code. Press
+
2) Enter the engineer code. Press
3) Press
and
4) The commutator device LED 4 flashes: insert the key to
store, wait until led 1 blinks, remove the key. LED 4 lit up
fixed. Re-insert the key, wait until LED 1 blinks, remove the
key. If the key has been read LED 4 goes off.
5) Press key
If the key is acquired, the ON LED lights up fixed and one
of the numerical LED shows the stored key number (see
note at rigth), whereas if the key is not acquired the red
alarm led and the buzzer show the error: again press
and repeat the operation.
STORED KEYS
VISUALISATION
The quantity of stored keys
is visualised through the
yellow leds on the keyboard:
-LED lit up fixed: 1st tenth
-LED flashing: 2nd tenth
Ex.:
9 keys stored =
LED 9 lit up fixed
19 keys stored =
LED 9 flashing
6) If acquired, the key can be programmed to control the
system in 3 different modes:
• enabling/disabling of the total system
press key
LED ON lit up fixed
• enabling/disabling of the sector S1 only
press key
LED ON: slow flashing
• enabling/disabling of the sector S2 only
press key
LED ON: quick flashing
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The keys are programmed (by default parameters) to
control in total mode.
7) Press
to go to the next key
8) Press
twice to exit programming
3.2
Enabling/disabling/deleting
stored keys
1) Enter the User's code. Press
+
2) Enter the Engineer's code. Press the key
3) Press the key
twice. The led relevant to key no.1
lights up fixed. LED E/I lit up shows that the key is enabled;
if the LED is off the key is disabled.
To enabling / disabling
4) Press the
to
enabling/disabling the
key. LED E/I lit up shows
that the key is enabled; if
the LED is off the key is
disabled.
5) Press
to go to the
next key. Referring to the
note of page 38 for the
visualisation of the key
number.
Deleting a single key
to choose
4) Press
the key to delete.
Referring to the note of
page 38 for the
visualisation of the key
number.
5) Press
to delete
the key. The relevant LED
goes off.
6) Press
to go to the
next key.
6) Press
7) Press
twice to
exit programming
twice to
exit programming
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lit up = key enabled
off = key disabled
Deleting all keys
4) Press
to delete all
keys. All numerical LED
light up.
5) Press
, all the LED
goes off.
6) Press
twice to
exit programming
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4.0 Fast enabling/disabling
1) Insert the key and wait take out signal (LED 1 blinking)
2) Once the key is taken out, the system enables/disables
totally or partially:
• totally where the key and commutator are so programmed
as to enable/disable the system totally
• partially where the key and commutator, or they both, are
so programmed to enable/disable the system partially,
i.e. they are related to only one sector.
If this is the case, taking out the key will induce the
following light signals:
- LED 1 lit up fixed, LED 3 off: sector S1 enabled
- LED 1 off, LED 3 lit up fixed: sector S2 enabled
5.0 Partially enabling/
disabling
1) Insert the key and let it fitted in: after approx. 5 seconds,
LEDs 2 and 4 lit up periodically; if, when the key is removed:
• LEDs 2 and 4 lit up: the system is enabled totally
• LED 2 lit up: sector S1 is enabled
• LED 4 lit up: sector S2 is enabled
• LED 2 off: sector S1 is disabled
• LED 4 off: sector S2 is disabled
The sector enabled is related to the LED lit up,
whereas the sector disabled is related to the LED off.
6.0 Enabling/Disabling with
mask function enabled
take out
signal
= led 1
blinking
sector S1
enabled
= led 1
lit up fixed
sector S2
enabled
= led 3
lit up fixed
remove
the key:
total system
enabling
remove
the key:
S1 enabled
S2 disabled
remove
the key:
S1 disabled
S2 enabled
If the MASK function is enabled the enabling/disabling procedure is the following:
• 1st insertion of a valid key. The system signal for 1 sec. (4
led lit up) the key recognising.
• The system signal the control unit state during the following
5 seconds.
• During those "5 seconds" insert for a 2nd time the key to
enabling/disabling the system.
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Advanced
Programming -KP04
"leds keypad"
1.0 EntryTime ................................................
42
2.0 Alarm Time ..............................................
42
3.0 Zone Programming .................................
42
4.0 NO/NC Programming ..............................
42
5.0 AND Function ..........................................
43
6.0 Chime Function .......................................
43
7.0 Lights Function........................................
43 8.0 Assign the Zones to Sector............
44
9.0
Siren
Output Programming
.....................
blinking
during
light up fixed
to
data acquisition
confirm data
44
waiting
time
10.0 Output Expansionacquisition
Programming ...........
44
11.0 Relay Output Programming ...................
45
12.0 TC Output Programming .......................
46
13.0 Masking Function ...................................
46
14.0 Assign the commutators to the sectors .
46
PROGRAMMING
INSTRUCTIONS
To access the advanced menu it
is required to enter the
Engineer’s Code (provided that
this Code was enabled through
Master User’s Code)
At the end of programming,
press
to access another
menu item or press
to exit the menu.
twice
60 second time-out is required to
exit programming. In this case,
programming is acquired only
provided that the F key was
pressed.
to show uncorrect
data entry
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1.0 Entry time
3.0 Zone programming
1) Press
+ the key
(
)
2) LED 1, related to zone 1, blinks whereas the programming
related LED lights up fixed.
3) To program zone 1, press the number key according to the
table shown here aside, otherwise press ZONE to program
Zone 2 and so on up to complete programming for all zones.
N.B.: an alarm zone programmed “not used” is ignored by the
control unit, thus it is possible to let it open whithout relating
it to any polarity. If an zone was programmed to be “Prealarm”, the relay output carries out this function
automatically.
4.0 NO/NC programming
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
TIMES
KEY
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
3 min
4 min
5 min
6 min
7 min
8 min
9 min
1
2
3
90 sec
120 sec
180 sec
2
3
4
5
2 min
3 min
4 min
5 min
KEY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
E/I
ITALY
standard
(
)
1) Press
+ the key
2) The LED related to the programming carried out lights up
fixed.
3) Press the number key related to alarm time according to
the table shown here aside.
4) The related LED lights up to confirm programming.
DELAY
FRANCE
standard
2.0 Alarm time
KEY
NORWAY
standard
(
)
1) Press
+
2) The programming related LED will light up fixed.
3) Press the number key related to the required delay,
according to the table shown here aside; the times are
expressed in seconds. The LED related to the pressed key
lights up fixed to confirm programming.
4) Exit time is equal to entry time + 10 seconds; both ones
are shown by the buzzer sound that increases in intensity
during the last 10 seconds.
ZONE PROG.
immediate
timed
final door
silent PA
audible PA
fire alarm
tech alarm
pre-alarm
social alarm
not used
1) Press
+
(
) key.
2) The LEDs related to NC zones will be off. The LEDs related
to NO zones will be lit up.
3) Press the number keys related to the inputs whose state is
to be changed from NC into NO and viceversa.
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5.0 "AND" function
•
•
•
1)
2)
3)
4)
If two zones are related in AND mode, the control unit
generates an alarm only if such zones open within max 5
minutes one after the other one.
Only the (instantaneous, delayed, last exit) slip-in zones can
be programmed AND. A pre-alarm zone can only be related
to another pre-alarm zone.
Two groups, each one made up of two alarm zones, can
be programmed. An alarm zone can be related to both
groups.
(
) key
Press
+
The actual condition is shown by the LEDs: the ones related
to the first AND group light up fixed. Press the number
keys related to the two zones to be programmed AND in
the first group: the relevant LEDs will light up fixed.
Press the
key to go to the second group and relate
the required two zones as shown in point 2). The LEDs
related to the AND inputs in the second group will blink.
key to disable the group.
Press the
6.0 Chime function
(entry signalling)
For immediate, timed, final door, pre-alarm zones only.
1) Press
+
key (key 2).
2) The actual state is shown by the LEDs. The GONG zone
LEDs will light up fixed.
3) Press the number keys related to the zones to be related
to GONG function or unrelated from it.
(related = LED lit up; unrelated = LED off).
7.0 Light function
For instantaneous, delayed, last exit, pre-alarm zones only.
1) Press
+
(tasto 3)
2) The actual state is shown; the LEDs relevant to the zones
related to the “light” function will be lit up fixed. Press the
number key relevant to the zone to be related to/ unrelated
from such function.
(related = LED lit up; unrelated = LED off).
N.B.: if an zone was programmed as "light", the relay output
carries out this function automatically.
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8.0 Assign zones to sectors
For immediate, timed, final door, pre-alarm zones only.
1) Press
+
key
2) The LEDs relevant to the zones related to the first sector
will light up fixed, the LEDs relevant to the zones related to
the second sector will blink. The LEDs off shown the zones
that cannot be related.
3) Press the number key relevant to the zone to be related to
a sector. The LED relevant to this zone, that was lit up fixed
(sector 1), starts blinking (sector 2) or viceversa.
N.B.: the same zone cannot be related to 2 sectors at the same
time.
9.0
Siren Output prog.
1) Press
+
(key 5)
2) The LED relevant to the SI output (inner siren) blinks.
The following functions can be programmed for the SI output:
- self-powered (or not self-powered) siren
- fire signalling (intermittend sound) with the system either
on or off, or no signalling.
• Pressing key 0 will make the LED 10 state change:
lit up = self-powered siren (SI normal high)
off = non self-powered siren (SI normal low).
• Pressing key 6 will make the LED 6 state change:
lit up = the inner siren shows fire alarm.
off = the inner siren does not show fire alarm.
3) Again press the
key to program the SE output
(external siren); LED 2 related to the SE output blinks. The
following functions can be assigned to the SE output:
- tamper alarm with the system disabled.
- fire alarm (intermittend sound) with the system enable.
• Pressing key 8 will make the LED 8 state change.
lit up = SE sends tamper alarm with the system disabled.
off = SE does not send tamper alarm with the system
disabled.
• Pressing key 6 makes the LED 6 state change:
lit up = SE sends fire alarm
off = SE does not show fire alarm
10.0 Program External Output
See pg.47 for Program External Output by LCD keypad
11.0 Relay output programming
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1) Press
+ RELAY (key 4)
2) Press the number key related to the required programming
according to the table shown here aside. The relevant LED
lights up fixed to show the selected programming.
The relay output delay time can be programmed (expressed
in seconds) (except for “courtesy lighting/pre-alarm and
presence simulation” functions).
1) Again press the RELAY key (key 4).
2) Press the number key relevant to the delay time selected
according to the table shown here aside. The relevant LED
will blink to show the selection carried out.
N.B.: If one or a number of zones are programmed as “prealarm and/or light” (see point 3.0), the relay output carries
out this function automatically. In these conditions, the
relay does not accept further programming and those
previously set are erased automatically. Only “pre-alarm
and light” can coexist.
KEY
0
5
6
7
8
9
RELAY PROG.
Presence simulation
PA triggering
Fire alarm trig.
Technical
Intruder
Social alarm
KEY
0
3
6
9
DELAY
0
30
60
90
12.0 TC Output programming
1) Press
+ the TC key (O key). LED 1, related to
output S1, will blink.
2) To program output S1, press the proper number key
according to the table shown herebelow:
key 4 = TC
key 5 = Panic, normal high output that goes to zero when
in alarm state and follows the inner siren timing.
key 6 = Fire, normal high output that goes to zero when
in alarm state and follows the inner siren timing.
key 7 = Technical, normal high output that goes to zero
when in alarm state and keeps in alarm until a
valid code is entered.
key 8 = Intruder alarm, normal high output that goes to
zero when in alarm state and follows the inner
siren timing.
key 9 = Social alarm, normal high output that goes to zero
when in alarm state and follows the inner siren
timing.
key 0 = system ON/OFF, normal high output.
3) Press the TC key (O key) to go to output S2 programming
and repeat the same operations as those detailed in point
2).
4) Press the TC key (O key) to go to output TCs programming.
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13.0 Mask function
1) Press
+ MASK (key 8). The following will display:
all LEDs lit up = masking disabled
all LEDs off = masking enabled
again press the key to change the state of the function.
N.B.: the masking function can be enabled through the remote
and local keypads as well as through the DK41 and
electronic keys.
14.0 Assign the commutators
to the sectors
1) Press
+
2) Press
3) One of the LEDs L1, L2, L3, L4 that lights lit up show the
first commutator (in order of address:)
L1 = commutator addressed 0
L2 = commutator addressed 1
L3 = commutator addressed 2
L4 = commutator addressed 3
4) The ON LED:
- lights lit up fixed to show that the commutator is related to
both sectors
- slow flashing to show that the commutator is related only
to sector S1
- quick flashing to show that the commutator is related only
to sector S2
5) Press:
• key
to relate the commutator to both sectors
• key
to relate the commutator only to sector S1
• key
to relate the commutator only to sector S2
6) Press
46
to go to the subsequent commutator
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Advanced
Programming - KP04D
"display keypad"
1.0 Entry time ................................................ 48
2.0 Alarm time ............................................... 48
3.0 Zone programming ................................. 48
4.0 NO/NC programming .............................. 49
5.0 AND function ........................................... 49
6.0 Chime function ........................................ 49
7.0 Light function .......................................... 50
8.0 Assign zones to sector ........................... 50
9.0 Sounders outputs programming ............. 50
10.0 Output expansion programming ............ 51
11.0 Relay outputs programming ................... 52
12.0 TC outputs programming........................ 52
13.0 Mask function ......................................... 53
14.0 ................................................................
Assign the commutators to the sectors ......... 54
PROGRAMMING
INSTRUCTIONS
To access the advanced menu,
enter the Engineer’s Code
(provided that it was enabled
through the Master User ’s
Code).
Pressing
in the main
menu enables exiting the menu.
Pressing
in the submenu enables entering the main
menu.
Pressing the
key or
in the main menu
enables shifting the menu
forwards or backwards. In the
submenu it is possible to display
from the first item to the last one,
then again the main menu is
prompted.
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1.0 Entry time
1) Press
or
until the following displays:
2) Press
. The actual entry time is displayed.
3) Use key
to set the entry delay time (0, 10, 20, 30,
40, 50, 60 seconds). After selecting the required time, press
to confirm.
Program Entry
Timer ?O/N
OK
Entry Timer
"n" sec ?O/N
N.B.: Exit time is equal to entry time plus 10 seconds: both
ones are shown by the intermittend sound of the buzzer,
that increases in intensity during the last 10 seconds.
2.0 Alarm time
1) Press
2) Press
or
until the following displays:
. The actual alarm time is displayed.
3) Use the
Program Sounder
Timer ?O/N
OK
key to select the alarm time
4) After selecting press
Sounder timer
"n" min/sec ?O/N
to confirm.
3.0 Zone programming
1) Press
or
2) Press
displays. Press
until the following displays:
. The actual programming for Zone 1
to select programming according
to the table shown here aside. Press
to confirm.
3) Use key
to select the other zones to be programmed
and comply with the procedure shown in point 2).
NOTE:
• An zone programmed as “not used” is ignored by the control
unit, thus it can be let open and does not require to be related
to any polarity.
• An zone programmed as “pre-alarm” induces the relay
output to carry out this function automatically and not to
accept further ones (with the exclusion of “light and presence
simulation” functions).
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Program Zones
?O/N
POSSIBLE
PROGRAMMINGS
immediate
timed
final door
Silent PA
Audible PA
fire
tech alarm
pre-allarme
social alarm
not used
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4.0 NO/NC Programming
1) Press
or
2) Press
.
3) Use the
until the following displays:
Program Zones
NO/NC ?O/N
key to select the zone to be programmed.
or NC according to
4) After selecting the zone, press
what is required. Then press
to confirm.
5.0 "AND" function
•
•
•
If two zones are related in AND mode, the control unit
generates an alarm only provided that such zones open
within max 5 minutes one after the other.
Only the (instantaneous, delayed, last exit) slip-in zones can
be related in AND mode. A pre-alarm zone can only be
related to another pre-alarm zone.
2 groups of zones can be programmed, each one made
up of 2 alarm zones. An alarm zone can be related to both
the groups.
or
1) Press
until the following displays:
2) Press
Program ANDing
Group Zones ?O/N
OK
3) Press
to select the 2 zones in group 1 or press
to select the 2 zones in group 2.
4) To select the first zone in a group, press the
key
until the zone number displays, then confirm by pressing
. Now select the second zone in the group.
Program
Group 1 ?O/N
OK
Zone n ? O/N
Zone n ? O/N
6.0 Chime function
For immediate, timed, final door, pre-alarm zones only.
1) Press
or
2) Press
, then press
until the following displays:
programmed; press
from Chime function.
3) Press
to confirm
Program Chime
Zones ?O/N
to select the zones to be
to relate/unrelate the zone to/
OK
Zone "n" Chime
Excluded ?O/N
or
Zone "n" Chime
Included ?O/N
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7.0 Light function
Only for immediate, timed, final door, prealarm zones.
1) Press
or
until the following displays:
: press
2) Press
to select the zones to be
programmed; press
to relate the zone to the light
function or to unrelate it from such function.
Press
to confirm.
Program Zones
Lights ?O/N
OK
Zone "n" Lights
Excluded ?O/N
Note: one or more zones programmed as “light” induce the
relay output to carry out such function automatically and not to
accept any further ones (with the exception of prealarm and
presence simulation functions).
8.0 Assign zones to sectors
1) Press
or
2) Press
.
until the following displays:
3) Press
to select the zones to be programmed.
4) Press
to relate each zone to sector 1 or sector 2,
then press
to confirm.
Zone "n" assigned
to Sector S1 ?O/N
Zone "n" assigned
to Sector S1 ?O/N
Sounders Output prog.
1) Press
ou
2) Press
. Press
until the following displays:
to select to program output
IS (inner siren) or ES (external siren). Press
to
confirm.
to select
3) If IS (inner siren) was selected, press
whether:
• IS normal high = selfpowered siren
• IS normal low = non selfpowered siren
Press
to confirm then press
to select
whether:
• IS shows fire (intermittent sound) with the system on or
off.
• IS does not show fire
Press
to confirm.
4) If output ES (external siren) was programmed, press
to select whether:
• ES shows tamper alarm or not.
Press
to confirm the selection made then press
50
OK
or
• An zone cannot be assigned to 2 sectors at the same time.
9.0
Assign Zone to
Sector ?O/N
Program Sounders
Output ?O/N
OK
Internal Sounder
Output ?O/N
IS Output
Normal Low ?O/N
or
IS Output
Normal High ?O/N
ES Sabotage
Triggering ?O/N
ES Sabotage
Triggering ?O/N
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to select whether:
• ES shows fire alarm (intermittent sound) with the system
on or
• ES does not show fire alarm.
10.0 Output Expansion Prog.
1) Press
or
until the following displays:
2 Press
, then use keys
or
to select
the output to be programmed (S1, S2, REL.A, REL.B).
Press
to confirm.
to select whether
3) If output S1 was selected, press
the output is to show:
• robbering/tampering alarm for Sector S1 or
• on/off state of Sector S1.
Press
to confirm.
4) If output S2 was selected, use the
key to select
whether the output is to show:
• robbering/tampering alarm for Sector S2
• or on/off state of Sector S2.
to confirm.
Press
5) If the REL.A output was selected, use key
to
program whethe the output is to show:
• robbering/tampering alarm or
• REL.A controlled through DTMF.
to confirm.
Press
• If robbering/tampering warning was selected, it is
possible to program whether the alarm is to be sent after
the first signal or the second one.
• If the relay is controlled through DTMF, it is possible to
program whether the relay is to be stable or bistable type.
6) If the REL.B output was selected, use key
to
program whether the output shall show:
• the system state or
• REL.B controlled through DTMF.
to confirm.
Press
• If the relay is to be controlled through DTMF, it is possible
to select whether the relay shall be stable or bistable type.
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Program External
Outputs ?O/N
S1 Sector 1
Status ?O/N
or
S1 Sector 1
Intruder ?O/N
S2 Sector 2
Intruder ?O/N
or
S2 Sector 2
Status ?O/N
Rel.A Intruder
Triggering ?O/N
or
Rel.A controll by
DTMF ?O/N
Rel.B
Status ?O/N
or
Rel.B controll by
DTMF ?O/N
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11.0 Relay Output Prog.
1) Press key
or
until the following displays:
2) Use key
to select the required programming
according to the table shown here aside. Press
to
confirm.
3) Use key
to program the relay output delay time
(with the exception of the “light, prealarm and presence
simulation functions). Such delay time can be 0, 30, 60, 90
seconds.
IMPORTANT
If one or more than one output was programmed as “prealarm
(3.0) and/or light (6.0) the relay output carries out one or both
functions automatically. In this condition, the relay does not
accept further programmings with the exception for the
“presence simulation” function. The previoulsy selected
programmings are erased automatically.
One of the following messages will be prompted:
In this case, to program the relay it is required to change first
the zone programming (see 3.0 and 6.0), then it is possible to
program the output.
Program Relay
Output ?O/N
PROG. RELAY
presence simulat.
PA triggering
fire
tech
intruder
social alarm
Light
Prealarm
Light
Prealarm
12.0 TC output programming
1) Press
2) Press
or
until the following displays:
to confirm.
Program Tc
Outputs ?O/N
3) Press
or
to select the TC output to be
programmed.
4) Each one of the 3 TC outputs (S1, S2, TCs) can be
programmed as follows:
• TC
• Panic, normal high output that goes to zero and follows
the inner siren timing.
• Fire, normal high output that goes to zero and follows the
inner siren timing.
• Technical, normal high output that goes to zero when in
alarm state and keeps alarm state until a valid code is
entered.
• Intruder alarm, normal high output that goes to zero when
in alarm state and follows the SI timing.
• Social alarm, normal high output that goes to zero when
in alarm state and follows the inner siren timing.
• System state, normal high output.
4) Use the
/
keys to program each output.
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13.0 Mask Function
1) Press
or
2) Use key
Press
until the following is displayed.
to enable/disable the masking function.
Program
Masking ?O/N
to confirm.
N.B.: the masking function can be enabled through remote and
local keypads and DK41 or electronic keys.
If FRANCE standard has been chosen, the function
will be always enabled and it cannot be disabled.
14.0 Assign the commutators to
the sectors
1) Press
or
2) Press
.
3) Press
or
until the following displays:
until the following is displayed:
4) Press
4) Use
to select the commutator to be related (0 to
3).
5) Press
to select whether to relate the commutators
to S1, S2 or to TOTAL.
to confirm.
6) Press
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Program Optical
Key ?O/N
Assign Key Read
to sector ?O/N
Key Read "n"
?O/N
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Technical
Characteristics
MP04
Mains supply voltage ................................................... 230V~ - 50 Hz +/- 20%
Board supply voltage ................................................... 24 V~ from the supply unit
Operating voltage ........................................................ 10,5 V— min / 14 V— max
Nominal supply voltage ................................................ 12V—
Charge battery voltage ................................................ 13.75V adjustable
Max current from the supply unit ................................... 1A
Max outgoing current for external devices .................... 400 mA
Control unit current consumption at 12V— ................... 100 mA in OFF; 100 mA in ON
Battery threshold ......................................................... 11,8V
Max number of keyboards ........................................... 4
Max number of commutators DK40 ............................. 4
Max lenght of serial line ............................................... 200 mt
Battery ........................................................................ 12V 6.5 Ah or 2x6V 10 Ah or 2x6V 12Ah
Max number of combination on the keyboard ............... from 10.000 (code 4 figures) to 1.000.000
(code 6 figures)
Operating temperature ................................................ -10ºC -:- +55ºC
KEYBOARD KP04-KP04D
Mains voltage .............................................................. 12V— (M11 from the control unit)
Operating voltage ........................................................ 10,5V— min. / 14V— max
Nominal current consumption ...................................... 25 mA (only mains supply LED ON)
Max current consumption mod. KP04 .......................... 100 mA (with all LED ON)
Max current consumption mod. KP04D ....................... 90 mA (with all LED and LCD ON)
Communication ........................................................... RS485 serial line
Operating temperature ................................................ -10ºC -:- +55ºC
Antiremoval micro ....................................................... signalisation in the control unit: tamper 10
with SI alarm + relais A exp. module
DK41 SYSTEM JOINED TO THE CONTROL UNIT
Mains voltage .............................................................. 12V— (M11 from the control unit)
Operating voltage ........................................................ 10,5V min. / 14Vmax
Consumption commutator DK41 ................................. 12 mA (LEDs OFF - 42 mA(LEDs ON)
Max number of key combinations ................................ 1099 milliards
Max number of key ...................................................... 20
Max number of commutators ....................................... 4
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Guide to problem
solving
TROUBLE
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Uncorrect reading of the
optodigital key
• Equiment /control unit
dialogue missing on serial line
• Equipment faulty
• Key disabled
• Cable section inadequate; check
voltage drop (+ and -)
• Check the equipment
• Enable the key
Lamp lit up
• Battery polariry reversal
• Battery faulty or discharged
• Short circuit of battery cables
• Power supply overload
• Check proper connection of fastons
in the battery
• Make up for shortcircuit
• Check total system power supply
load
• Uncorrect keypad/control unit
dialogue
• Check the software version of the
equipment
Codes not acknowledged
• Uncorrect code
• Code forgotten
• Enter correct code
• Reset the control unit to default
values and again carry out
programming of codes
The devices on the serial
line do not light up
• F1 fuse
• Masking function enabled
• Replace the fuse
• Cancel the masking function
Zone 10 tamper warning
• Microswitch opening in remote keyboard covers
• Equipment disabling on serial
line
• Check proper closing of remote
keyboard covers
• Check the equipment on the serial
line
Zone 5 tamper warning
• T/A input opening
• Control
unit
cover
microswitch opening
• Pin strip JP1 open
• Close T/A input where not used
• Check proper closing of the
microswitch in the control unit cover
• Close pin-strip JP1
Mains led light off
• 220 V cut off
• Check the fuse or proper 220V power
supply
LED keypad lights lit up
fixed random
• microprocessor locked
• Use the reset key to reset
Faulty operation
keypads
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TROUBLE
CAUSE
The mechanical key does
not work
• Uncorrect coupling for inputs
S1 and S2
• Pulse type signal. Check the data.
Keyboard disabled
• Serial line connection:
LA and LB inverted
• Address already used or
coinciding with that of other
keyboard
• Uncorrect setting of dipswitches
• Check coupling of LA and LB
• Program different addresses for
various keyboards
• Chech the dip-switches and select
the standard
Zone open
• Input not used
• Relate IN to positive terminal and T/
A to negative terminal
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SOLUTION
Control Unit MP04
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