Hercules - Off Board LCD Alarm Panel Engineering Manual

Hercules - Off Board LCD Alarm Panel Engineering Manual
10 Zone LCD Alarm Panel - Engineering Manual
Hercules - Off Board LCD Alarm Panel
Engineering Manual
SAFETY
Before proceeding with the installation, please note the following safety warnings:
DO NOT connect the mains supply directly to the products, this will cause permanent damage to the products.
Control panel is for indoor use only. Avoid mounting location which can expose this product to splashing or dripping
liquid.
Always follow the manufacturer’s advice when using any tools power tools, ladder/steps,. using steps or ladders, and
wear suitable protective equipment (e.g. safety goggles) when drilling holes, etc. The use of ear defenders are advisable
when working in close proximity to the External Siren or the Control Panel’s Siren when the front panel cover is
removed due to the high sound level produced by it. Before drilling holes in walls, check for hidden electricity cables
and water pipes. The use of a cable/pipe locator is advisable if in doubt. Batteries (battery pack or batteries installed)
should not be exposed to excessive heat. Danger of damage to the unit may occur if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type. (Do not mix batteries type).
IMPORTANT – Please read this manual carefully, in full, before commencing Installation.
You will find installation easier if you follow these steps in the sequence shown.
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Table of Contents
SECTION 1 - OVERVIEW OF SYSTEM ........................................................................... 6
1.1 - Contents .................................................................................................................................... 6
1.2 - Tools Required ......................................................................................................................... 7
1.3 - System Feature......................................................................................................................... 7
1.4 - Explanation of Terms .............................................................................................................. 7
SECTION 2 – INSTALLING YOUR SYSTEM ................................................................... 8
2.1 - Fixing the Control Panel ......................................................................................................... 8
2.2 - PCB ........................................................................................................................................... 9
2.3 - Tamper network ...................................................................................................................... 9
2.4 - Remote Keypads .................................................................................................................... 10
2.5 - Security Zones ........................................................................................................................ 11
2.6 - Fire Zone Circuit.................................................................................................................... 11
2.7 - Tamper Zone Circuit............................................................................................................. 11
2.8 - PA Zone Circuit ..................................................................................................................... 12
2.9 - Extension speaker (Internal Sounder) ................................................................................. 12
2.10 - External Siren Output (Bell box)........................................................................................ 13
2.10.1 - Vortex wiring to control panel.................................................................................. 14
2.10.2 - Solar bell wiring to control panel ................................................................................ 15
2.10.3 - AD2510 wiring to control panel................................................................................... 16
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2.11 - 13V Supply Output .............................................................................................................. 16
2.12 - Set .......................................................................................................................................... 16
SECTION 3 – FACTORY DEFAULT SETTING ...............................................................17
SECTION 4 - MAINS CONNECTION ..............................................................................18
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SECTION 5 - FIRST POWER UP ....................................................................................19
SECTION 6 – HOW TO SET UP THE SYSTEM ..............................................................20
6.1 - LCD Keypad........................................................................................................................... 20
6.1.1 - Setup Programs............................................................................................................... 20
6.1.1.1 - How to go into Full mode Setting.............................................................................. 21
6.1.1.2 - How to go into Part 1 mode Setting........................................................................... 21
6.1.1.3 - How to go into Part 2 mode Setting........................................................................... 21
6.1.1.4 - How to set zone function ........................................................................................... 21
6.1.1.5 - How to set Exit mode function .................................................................................. 22
6.1.1.6 - How to set Exit time function .................................................................................... 23
6.1.1.7 - How to set Entry time function.................................................................................. 24
6.1.2 - Setup Zones Type............................................................................................................ 24
6.1.2.1 - How to set Zone Name .............................................................................................. 24
6.1.2.2 - How to set Zone Type................................................................................................ 26
6.1.3 - Setup Zones Attributes ................................................................................................... 27
6.1.4 - Setup Codes ..................................................................................................................... 28
6.1.4.1 - How to set up User Code ........................................................................................... 28
6.1.4.2 - How to change User Name ........................................................................................ 29
6.1.4.3 - How to change User Code ......................................................................................... 29
6.1.4.4 - How to delete User Code ........................................................................................... 30
6.1.5 - Setup system .................................................................................................................... 31
6.1.5.1 - How to Setup System Flags ....................................................................................... 31
6.1.5.2 - How to Setup Bell Time............................................................................................. 35
6.1.5.3 - How to Setup Rearm count ........................................................................................ 35
6.1.5.4 - How to Setup Bell delay time .................................................................................... 36
6.1.5.6 - How to Setup Set Time .............................................................................................. 37
6.1.5.7 - How to Setup Set Date............................................................................................... 37
6.1.5.8 - How to Setup Service Date ........................................................................................ 38
6.1.6 - Misc menu........................................................................................................................ 38
6.1.6.1 - How to Show Help file .............................................................................................. 39
6.1.6.2 - How to Show Telephone............................................................................................ 41
6.1.6.3 - How to modify alarm company information.............................................................. 41
6.1.6.4 - How to Restore to factory value using menu ............................................................. 42
6.1.7 - View Event Log ............................................................................................................... 42
6.1.8 - Test System...................................................................................................................... 43
6.1.8.1 - How to Test Outputs .................................................................................................. 43
6.1.8.2 - How to enter Walk Test ............................................................................................. 44
6.1.8.3 - How to enter View Walk Test.................................................................................... 44
6.1.8.4 - How to enter View Panel Version.............................................................................. 45
6.1.8.5 - How to Exit Engineer Program Menu........................................................................ 45
6.2 - LED Keypad........................................................................................................................... 46
6.2.1 - Setup Programs............................................................................................................... 46
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6.2.1.1 - How to go into Full mode Setting.............................................................................. 46
6.2.1.2 - How to go into Part 1 mode Setting........................................................................... 47
6.2.1.3 - How to go into Part 2 mode Setting........................................................................... 47
6.2.1.4 - How to set zone function ........................................................................................... 47
6.2.1.5 - How to set Exit mode function .................................................................................. 49
6.2.1.6 - How to set Exit time function .................................................................................... 50
6.2.1.7 - How to set Entry time function.................................................................................. 50
6.2.2 - Setup Zones Type............................................................................................................ 51
6.2.2.1 - How to set Zone Name .............................................................................................. 51
6.2.2.2 - How to set Zone Type................................................................................................ 51
6.2.3 - Setup Zones Attrs............................................................................................................ 52
6.2.4 - Setup Codes ..................................................................................................................... 54
6.2.4.1 - How to set up User Code ........................................................................................... 54
6.2.4.2 - How to change User Name ........................................................................................ 54
6.2.4.3 - How to change User Code ......................................................................................... 55
6.2.4.4 - How to delete User Code ........................................................................................... 55
6.2.5 - Setup system .................................................................................................................... 56
6.2.5.1 - How to Setup System Flags ....................................................................................... 56
6.2.5.2 - How to Setup Bell Time............................................................................................. 59
6.2.5.3 - How to Setup Rearm count ........................................................................................ 59
6.2.5.4 - How to Setup Bell delay time .................................................................................... 60
6.2.5.5 - How to Setup Set Time .............................................................................................. 60
6.2.5.6 - How to Setup Set Date............................................................................................... 60
6.2.5.7 - How to Setup Service Date ........................................................................................ 60
6.2.6 - Misc menu........................................................................................................................ 61
6.2.6.1- How to Restore to factory value using menu .............................................................. 61
6.2.7 - View Event Log ............................................................................................................... 61
6.2.8 - Test System...................................................................................................................... 62
6.2.8.1 - How to Test Outputs .................................................................................................. 63
6.2.8.2 - How to enter Walk Test ............................................................................................. 63
6.2.8.3 - How to enter View Walk Test.................................................................................... 64
6.2.8.4 - How to enter View Panel Version.............................................................................. 64
SECTION 7 - USING SYSTEM ........................................................................................65
7.1 - LCD Keypad........................................................................................................................... 65
7.1.2 - Setting the System ........................................................................................................... 65
7.1.2 - How to OMIT a zone(s) .................................................................................................. 66
7.1.3 - Unsetting the System....................................................................................................... 66
7.1.4 - How to UNSET from Alarm and RESET the system .................................................. 67
7.1.5 - How to use Panic Alarm on keypad .............................................................................. 67
7.2 – LED Keypad .......................................................................................................................... 68
7.2.1 - Setting the System ........................................................................................................... 68
7.2.2 - How to OMIT a zone(s) .................................................................................................. 69
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7.2.3 - Unsetting the System....................................................................................................... 69
7.2.4 - How to UNSET from Alarm and RESET the system .................................................. 70
7.2.5 - How to use Panic Alarm on keypad .............................................................................. 70
SECTION 8 - MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................71
SECTION 9 - TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE...................................................................71
SECTION 10 - SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................73
APPENDIX 1 – EVENT LOG MESSAGES ......................................................................74
APPENDIX 2 – ZONE - LOCATION TABLE ...................................................................75
DISPOSAL AND RECYCLING........................................................................................75
TECHNICAL SUPPORT..................................................................................................75
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Section 1 - Overview of System
The 10 zone intruder alarm system is an indoor alarm system with special electronic design for
short-circuit protection. It is simple to use, to be installed by special installation engineer ,
special tools or training is required.
1.1 - Contents
-10 Zone offboard LCD Alarm Panel.
This is the heart of the system. It receives signals from detectors. Accepts input from a user and
activates warning devices such as siren and strobe lights.
Option :
LCD Remote Keypad
LED Remote Keypad
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1.2 - Tools Required
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Large and small flat bladed screwdrivers
Large and small cross-point screwdrivers
Power drill
Hammer
5mm, 8mm and 10mm masonry drill bits
Sharp knife
Wire cutters & wire stripper
Ladder or other safe working platform
1.3 - System Feature
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10 Zones programmable for security, PA, Fire, 24Hr Tamper.
TAMPER input
Output for External Siren and Strobe.
4 Access Level Codes, manager code, engineer code, user code (LED system has two, LCD
system has ten ), holiday code, all programmable.
1 Full set and 2 fully selectable part set programs.
Chime on any security zone
250 events memory for LCD Keypad, 16 events memory for LED Keypad
Programmable timers for exit, entry and bell cut off
Walk Test mode
Quick set system
Single Key Set mode
Name zone for LCD remote keypad
Supports up to four remote keypads with on board PA , Keys positioned up to 100 meters
from control panel.
Keypads can be wired in a star or daisy chain configuration from control panel
Non-volatile memory for protection of engineer program, manager and event log.
Battery capacity of up to 2.1AH
1.4 - Explanation of Terms
Zone – A logical area that is monitored by one detector.
Disarm – It is the normal state of the system when the house is occupied. Enter your four-digit
user PIN code would return to OFF state.
Full Alarm (ARM state) – The CU will sound full alarm (internal siren) when it receives alarm
signals.
Part Arm (Home state) – Arming the system so that certain zones omitted (i.e. will not trigger
an alarm).
Entry/Exit Zone – The CU recognize MC zone as entry and/or exit zone.
OK Beep – Rapid double tone; it indicates correct operation.
Error Beep – Long single tone; it indicates incorrect operation.
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Section 2 – Installing your System
In choosing a suitable location you should bear in mind:
The need to reach the keypad easily, within the 30 seconds, when entering and leaving the
premises, ideally passing only one detector.
The CU should not be visible from the exterior of the protected premises.
Reception of radio signals can be affected by the presence of metal objects within a few
feet of the CU. (E.g. mirrors, central heating radiators, garage doors and cars parked in
garages on the opposite side of the wall. Avoid any location which is near (within 60cm)
to these or any other large metal objects.
2.1 - Fixing the Control Panel
CAUTION: When positioning the control panel ensure that it is located in a dry place
away from damp areas.
Step 1. Remove the front cover(s) from the base assembly.
Step 2. Carefully remove the board by taking away screws at
both edges
Step 3. Fit the panel to wall with suitable fixings. Ensure the wall
surface is flat to prevent base distortion. There are cable entry
holes provided in the rear of the base and around the outside edges
through the thinned out plastic sections which may be cut away as
required.
Step 4. The hole provided adjacent to the mains transformer is a
dedicated mains cable entry point.
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2.2 - PCB
There are three fuses mounted on the circuit board. All are 20mm anti-surge
F1
F2
F3
1.6A – to protect the positive (+Ve) line of 12V battery
1A – to protect the RKP 13V supply
1A – to protect the Siren (Bell)&Strobe supply
As supplied, wire links are fitted across the Tamper terminal to represent a closed circuit.
RKP Tamper
CP Tamper
Detector Tamper
Siren tamper
CAUTION: Always power-down the panel when wiring external circuits, to prevent
damage to the panel electronics.
Systematically wire and test each circuit:
• Zone and Tamper circuit
• Finish by wiring any additional extension speaker sounders, external siren(bell)/strobe and
the 13V supply.
2.3 - Tamper network
The Tamper circuit is used to protect all cables and detectors in the system from unauthorized
access including the panel and RKP covers.
The zone and PA tampers should be series wired and connected to TAMP terminals.
Terminals RTN-&- are for the external siren tamper. The TAMP terminals at the bottom left of
the board are for the RKP tampers.
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2.4 - Remote Keypads
CAUTION: When the Alarm Control Panel is being installed ensure there is at least one
LCD /LED remote keypad wired to the panel before first power up.
A combination of up to four LCD/LED remote keypads can be connected to the panel.
LCD /LED remote keypad connects with LCD control panel
LCD backlight display
The LCD Backlight display is factory set to illuminate for 10 seconds each time a key is pressed,
to enable the backlight to be illuminated permanently please remove the jumper link.
1). Select remote keypad jumper
Backlight
Press key backlight
on 10s
Backlight holding
ON
To set the address of the Remote Keypads, please apply
the jumper links as follows,
2). Wiring diagram
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Fitting the Remote Keypad
a. Separate the RKP base plate from the main assembly by slackening the retaining screw.
b. Cut away the required thin wall sections around the edges of the base plate for cable entry.
c. The base plate may be fitted directly to the wall using the screws and wall plugs supplied, if
these are not appropriate for the wall the use suitable alternative fixings.
d. Bring the cables into the base plate and wire to the terminal block on the base plate, see
diagram on the previous page.
e. Refit the RKP main assembly to the base plate by hooking it onto the top holding clips.
Check that the wiring does not foul the tamper switch/spring or the PCB support pillar.
Rescuer the screw in the bottom of the case.
2.5 - Security Zones
PIR and MS connect to control panel block diagram
2.6 - Fire Zone Circuit
Any zone may be programmed as a fire zone. This
will automatically exclude the availability of the zone
from programs and normal security applications.
2.7 - Tamper Zone Circuit
Any zone may be programmed as a Tamper zone.
Operational in Day and set, the Tamper circuit will
cause a full alarm condition when activated.
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2.8 - PA Zone Circuit
Any quantity of normally closed type personal attack button may be wired in series and then
connected to the PA circuit.
Operational in Day and set, the PA circuit will cause a full alarm condition when activated. PA is
indicated on the control panel or RKP as Attack.
2.9 - Extension speaker (Internal Sounder)
Extension speaker may be connected to the loudspeaker terminals to produce high volume alarm
tones and low volume entry/exit/fault tones.
External speaker connects to control panel
Only one 16 ohms extension speakers may be wired across the speaker terminals. Mounted in
convenient positions within the installation the extension speakers will reproduce all of the alarm
tones generated by the control panel.
16 Ohms Extension Speaker
A control marked VOLUME in the center of the board may be used to adjust the low volume
entry/exit tones to suit environmental conditions.
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2.10 - External Siren Output (Bell box)
The external siren (bell box) is usually installed in a high position from where the siren could be
seen and heard.
Terminal + S- RTN- - are for connection to the external siren. These terminals provide a
power/hold –off supply, sounder trigger and tamper circuit to protect the external siren housing.
The terminals are summarized as follows:
+
+Ve supply (13V)
S-Ve Sounder trigger
RTN- -Ve tamper return
-Ve supply (0)
Strobe - and strobe +
Where a discrete external siren is used, it should be connected to terminals + & S-. Terminals
RTN- & - are then used for tamper protection for the housing.
Green
White
Black
Bellbox
Red
Yellow
Bell box wiring to control panel
BellBox
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2.10.1 - VortexⅡ
Ⅱwiring to control panel
Vortex II wiring to control panel
STB
HOLD OFF
+
RTN
Board
VORTEX II
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2.10.2 - Solar bell wiring to control panel
Solar bell wiring to control panel
F/L
GND +12V
F/L
Board
Solar bell
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2.10.3 - AD2510 wiring to control panel
J4
TO
CONTROL
AD2510 wiring to Control panel
AD2510
2.11 - 13V Supply Output
The 13V output is to power detectors which require a voltage supply (PIR detector etc). The
supply is present at all times and may be used to supply a total of 350mA.
2.12 - Set
The output marked SET becomes positive on correct Set of the system and is removed by entry
of a valid user code.
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Section 3 – Factory Default Setting
System status
User code 1-10
Holiday code
Manager code
Engineer code
: Not used
: Not used
: 0123
: 9999
Bell time
: 14 minutes
Bell delay time
: No delay
Rearm Count
: 3 Rearms
Service Date
: 01/01/09
System Time
: 00:00:00
System Date
: 08-08-08
Alarm INFO text is Null
Zone type
Omit Allowed
Double Knock
Chime
: Security
: Off
: Off
: Off
System flag
SET mode
Silent PA
: Off
RKP PA
: On
Engineer Reset
: Off
PA user Reset
: On
Fire user Reset
: On
Bell in Fire
: On
Disable Bell Tamper : Off
Lock Engineer Code : Off
Auto walk test exit : Off
Full mode:
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3-8,
Zone A[9]
Zone B[10]
Exit Mode
Exit Time
Entry Time
: Timed
: Inhibited
: Immediate
: Tamper/24H[Immediate]
: PA[Immediate]
: Timed Exit
: 45 sec
: 45 sec
Key Switch
PTS as DoorBell
Strobe on SET
Single key SET
EOLR zone
EN compliant
Daylight Saving
Service Timer
Part 1 mode:
Zone 1,2
Zone 3-8
Zone A[9]
Zone B[10]
Exit Mode
Exit Time
Entry Time
: Timed
: Immediate
: Not Used
: Not Used
: Timed Exit
: 45 sec
: 45 sec
Part 2 mode
: Disabled
: Off
: Off
: On
: Off
: Off
: Off
: Off
: Off
Indications on the system
Indications
LED steady on indication
LED flashing indication
LED off
Internal Sound
External Device: Strobe
External Siren: Bell
Defaulting Manager code and Engineer code
1. Power down panel.
2. Remove wiring from SET output and TAMP
input.
3. Fit shorting wire between SET and
right-hand TAMP terminal.
4. Power up.
5. Wait for alarm to start.
6. Power down panel and then restore original wiring.
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Section 4 - Mains Connection
The mains power should be connected using a 3 core cable of not less than 1mm sq. from a fused
spur to the mains connector inside the control panel.
NOTE: The mains supply must be connected by a technically competent person and according
to current IEE regulations.
CAUTION: To avoid the risk of electrical shock you must always totally isolate the mains
supply before opening the control panel cover(s).
Mains input fuse rating: 125mA, 250V type.
On connecting the mains supply to the panel the power indicator is lit.
Power
Testing the System
Complete the wiring of the system and then:
• Fully test the system and ensure it is fault free.
• Fully program the system.
• Fill in the installation log at the back of the manual and retain if for future reference.
• Finally explain the operation of the system to then end user.
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Section 5 - First Power Up
Before power up, for LED panel only – fit the top cover on to the base and connect the speaker
wires. Leave the cover in position throughout the reset of the installation.
a. Check that the factory fitted links are connected to terminals TAMP and RTN-& -.
b. Fit the battery wires to the BATT terminals on the Board, Red to +and Black to -.
c. On connecting the battery the system will now go into alarm condition and Day LED is
indication.
LCD INDICATIONS
LED INDICATIONS
01:28:16
DAY
1 2 3 4 5
08-Aug
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
Alarm sound
d. Fit the cover to hold down the tamper spring at the bottom right-hand of the board.
e. Enter User code / Manager code 0 1 2 3 (factory set code).
CP Tamper
f. Press
RESET
01:28:16
DAY
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
Day
PA
TAMP
to return to Day mode.
6 7 8 A B
08-Aug
g. Immediately enter the engineer code 9-9-9-9 factory default setting
h. The system will go into Engineer program mode. Under engineer mode, you can program.
LC ENGINEER MENU
Setup Program?
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
Engineer Program Mode
The control panel may be programmed to suit a wide variety of installations.
Once the engineer program mode has been accessed, each configuration may be changed in any
order.
Before entering engineer program mode the system should be in the Day mode, with the Day and
PWR indicators lit.
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Section 6 – How to Set up the system
The full menu structure for the panel can only be accessed while in Engineer Program Mode.
The structure is shown in the following table:
MENU OPTIONS
1 Setup Programs
5 Setup System
2 Setup Zone Names and Types
6 Misc Menu
3 Setup Zone Attributes
7 View alarm log
4 Setup Codes
8 Test System
6.1 - LCD Keypad
6.1.1 - Setup Programs
How to enter Engineer Program Mode
You require the manager to authorize Engineer access. It is accessed directly from Day mode via
the Engineer code.
To operate the “Enter Engineer operation mode” as follow:
LCD Remote Keypad:
• Enter Manager program mode
Press PROG 0 1 2 3
MANAGER MENU
Setup Codes?
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Press 3 key for the Manage to authorize Engineer
access.
MANAGER MENU
Authorise Engr?
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Press PROG to accept. It will give a 3hr window to use
the Engineer operation mode.
Engr Authorised
for 3 hours
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Press
PROG
to accept, the accept tone will be generated.
MANAGER MENU
Set Chime Zones?
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Press
RESET
to go back DAY mode.
00:26:15 08-Aug
DAY
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Input 4-digit Engineer code 9 9 9 9 and go to
Engineer operation window within 5 seconds.
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Setup Programs?
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6.1.1.1 - How to go into Full mode Setting
LCD Remote Keypad:
·Under Engineer mode.
·Press 1 PROG to Select Setup Programs.
LC ENGINEER MENU
Setup Programs?
·Press 1
SELECT PROGRAM
Program Full?
PROG
to accept and go into Program Full.
6.1.1.2 - How to go into Part 1 mode Setting
LCD Remote Keypad:
·Under Engineer mode.
·Press 1 PROG to Select Setup Programs.
LC ENGINEER MENU
Setup Programs?
·Press 2
SELECT PROGRAM
Program Part 1?
PROG
to accept and go into Program Part 1.
6.1.1.3 - How to go into Part 2 mode Setting
LC ENGINEER MENU
Setup Programs?
LCD Remote Keypad:
·Under Engineer mode.
·Press 1 PROG to Select Setup Programs.
·Press 3
PROG
to accept and go into Program Part 2.
SELECT PROGRAM
Program Part 2?
6.1.1.4 - How to set zone function
In Zone Function, Security type zones can be assigned different functions. These are
1= Immediate Zone, 2 = Timed Zone, 3 = Inhibited Zone, 0 = Not Used.
Immediate Zone:
Use this function when the zone is not part of an entry/exit route. When the system is SET,
activation of an immediate zone will cause a full alarm condition.
Timed Zone:
A time zone would be used to protect an entry/exit route. Opening the door or triggering the
sensor in this type of zone when the system is SET will start the entry timer.
Inhibited Zone:
A time-inhibited zone operates as an immediate zone unless a timed zone has been operated
and a timer started. Such a zone should be utilized to allow passage between the entry/exit
door and the keypad when there are detectors present.
Not Used:
If the zone set as a not used zone. When the system is SET, activation of the zone will not
cause a full alarm condition
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LCD Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu/Setup Program, the program mode is chosen.
·Press 1 PROG go into zone functions function.
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·Select Zone No. using OMT
or & key.
Note: Zone No. not displayed means this zone isn’t selected “Security”
Under <Engineer Menu / Setup Zones Type / Type> p.23
·Press
SETUP PROGRAM
Zone Functions?
SELECT ZONE
Z1 Zone 1 name?
:
to accept. Display zone current function.
Zone Function
Immediate zone?
·If press 1
to select Immediate zone function.
Zone Function
Immediate zone?
·If press 2
to select Timed zone function.
Zone Function
Timed zone?
·If press 3
to select Inhibited zone function.
Zone Function
Inhibited zone?
·If press 0
to select Not used function.
Zone Function
Not used?
PROG
·Press PROG to accept and return to next zone option or press RESET
to cancel and exit.
SELECT ZONE
Z2 Zone 2 name?
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6.1.1.5 - How to set Exit mode function
There are four selections for Exit Mode in all mode: 1 = Timed Exit, 2 = Final Door, 3 = Silent
Exit, 4 = Terminated, 0 = Disable.
Timed Exit:
A timed program will set once the exit timer has expired and all zones are clear.
Final Door:
A final door program will set 5 seconds after the final door has been opened and closed.
Silent Exit:
This operates exactly the same as Timed Exit but completely silent without internal sounder
signal.
Terminated:
A terminated program will set once the PTS terminal has been trigger.
Disable:
A disabled program is not available for use and cannot be selected and setting time.
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LCD Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu/Setup Program, the program mode is chosen.
·Press 2 go into Exit mode function.
·Press
PROG
to accept. Display current exit mode function.
SETUP PROGRAM
Exit Mode?
SELECT EXIT MODE
Timed exit?
·If press 1
to select Timed exit function.
SELECT EXIT MODE
Timed exit?
·If press 2
to select Final door function.
SELECT EXIT MODE
Final door?
·If press 3
to select Silent exit function.
SELECT EXIT MODE
Silent exit?
·If press 4
to select Terminated function.
SELECT EXIT MODE
Terminated?
·If press 0
to select Disabled function.
SELECT EXIT MODE
Disabled?
·Press
or press
PROG
RESET
to save the exit mode that you selected above,
to cancel, it will exit and go to “Exit Time”.
SETUP PROGRAM
Exit Time?
6.1.1.6 - How to set Exit time function
This is the time allowed to leave the premises via the exit route before the system sets. The
programmable range is 00-99 seconds.
If the Exit Time is interrupted with the last 10 seconds, then the Exit Time will restart at 10
seconds after the interruption has cleared.
The default is 45 seconds.
LCD Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu/Setup Program, the program mode is chosen.
·Press 3 to select Exit Time function.
·Press
PROG
SETUP PROGRAM
Exit Time?
to accept. Display current exit time number.
Exit Time
45
?
Set the time by pressing number key. The range is 00-99.
eg. Set the exit time 20 seconds.
·Press 2 number key, cursor move to next a char.
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·Then press 0 number key, cursor move to next a char.
?20
·Press PROG to save it, or press
and go to “Entry Time”.
SETUP PROGRAM
Entry Time?
RESET
to cancel, it will exit
Exit Time
6.1.1.7 - How to set Entry time function
This is the time allowed to enter the premises via the entry route and unset the system. The
programmable range is 00-99 seconds. The default is 45 seconds.
LCD Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu/Setup Program, the program mode is chosen.
·Press 4 go into Entry Time function.
·Press
PROG
SETUP PROGRAM
Entry Time?
to accept. Display current exit time number.
Entry Time
45
?
Set the time by pressing number key. The range is 00-99.
eg. Set the entry time 20 seconds.
·Press 2 number key, cursor move to next a char.
·Then press 0 number key, cursor move to next a char.
EntryTime
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?
Entry Time
20
?
·Press PROG to accept or press RESET to cancel. It goes to next program
mode, if the current mode is “Program Part 2”, it will leave “Setup LC ENGINEER MENU
Setup Zones Type?
Programs” and go to next menu “Setup Zone Type”.
6.1.2 - Setup Zones Type
The ‘Setup Zones Type’ contains: 1 = Zone name, 2 = Zone type.
6.1.2.1 - How to set Zone Name
This option allows each of the ten zones to be given a name.
e.g. Change zone 5 name to Bedroom 1.
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LCD Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu.
·Press 2
to select Setup Zone Type function.
·Press
PROG
·Press
5
PROG
·Press 1
&
PROG
SELECT ZONE
Zone 1?
keys to select zone 5.
1 =zone 1,
Note:
Press
to accept.
SETUP PROGRAM
Setup Zone Type?
2 =zone 2, …
0
= zone 10
keys go into setup zone name function.
SELECT ZONE TYPE
Name?
ZONE NAME
Zone 5
?
ZONE NAME
Zone
key, it will clear the last character.
?
MT key, it will clear the line text.
·Press OI
ZONE NAME
?
[0]..[9] key have different characters.
0 _0
1 ,)?1
2
abc2
3
def3
4 ghi4
5
6 mno6
7
pqrs7
8 tuv8
·Press 2
jkl5
9 wxyz9
key twice within 3 seconds, 'B' can be shown on LCD.
ZONE NAME
B
?
·Press SET key, it will toggles capitals (exchange
between capital and lowercase), ABC-abc. default input capital character.
·Press 3
key twice within 3 seconds, 'e' can be shown on LCD.
PROG
RESET
?
ZONE NAME
Bedroom 1
·Input “Bedroom 1” string.
·Press
·Press
ZONE NAME
Be
?
key to accept input and save the text,
key will exit without change to the text.
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6.1.2.2 - How to set Zone Type
There are six types for Zone: 1 = Security, 2 = PA, 3 = Door Bell, 4 = Fire, 5 = Tamper/24H,
0 = Not Used.
Security:
The system comes supplied with service links fitted to the zone terminals to simulate a
closed circuit. As each zone is connected these links should be removed. All zone are fully
programmable.
PA:
A Zone may be programmed for audible PA should be wire in series.
Door Bell:
This feature can be programmed into any Zone. A doorbell will not operate whilst the
entry/exit timers have started, when the system is in full alarm condition or whilst in
programming mode.
Fire:
If you choose to utilize a zone as a fire zone then no other detectors may be wired into this
zone. Therefore a zone cannot be both fire and intruder.
Tamper/24H:
Provides 24 hour monitoring.
Not used
A zone may be programmed for Not used, then is ignored by the panel.
To operate the Setup Zone type as follow.
e.g. Change zone 5 type to Fire zone.
LCD Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu.
·Press 2
·Press
Note:
5
keys go into Setup Zone Type function.
SETUP PROGRAM
Setup Zone Type?
keys to select zone 5.
SELECT ZONE
Zone 1?
PROG
PROG
1 =zone 1,
2 =zone 2, …
0 = zone 10
·Press 2
key to select setup zone type function.
SETUP ZONE TYPE
Type?
·Press
key to go into Select Zone Type function.
SELECT ZONE TYPE
Security?
key to select Fire zone type.
SELECT ZONE TYPE
Fire?
PROG
·Press 4
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·Press PROG to save, or press RESET to cannel. it goes to next Zone.
If the Zone is “Zone 10”, it will leave “Setup Zone type” and
go to next menu “Setup Zone Attributes”.
LC ENGINEER MENU
Setup Zone Attr?
6.1.3 - Setup Zones Attributes
There are three attributes for Zones: 1 = Omit Allowed, 2 = Double Knock, 3 = Chime. You can
set it ON or OFF.
Omit Allowed:
When a Zone is programmed as Omit Allowed, the panel allows the Zone to be omitted for
one set period by the user when setting the system.
Note: The zone must be a security zone for it to be set omit allowed.
Double Knock:
Double knock programming is used when zones are likely to create false activations.
Double knock requires two activations within 10 minutes of the same Zone or a Zone left
open for 10 seconds.
Chime:
If a Security Zone is programmed as Chime, you can hear special tone when it is triggered
in DAY mode.
Note: The zone must be to security for it to be set to Chime.
To operate the Setup Zone attributes as follow.
e.g. Set zone 2 have Omit Allowed, Double Knock and Chime attributes (set ON).
LCD Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu.
·Press 3 PROG keys go into Setup Zone Attribute function.
·Press
Note:
2
PROG
keys to select zone 2.
1 =zone 1, 2 =zone 2, …
0
= zone 10
LC ENGINEER MENU
Setup Zone Attr?
SELECT ZONE
Zone 2?
SELECT ATTRIBUTE
Omit Allowed?
·Press 1
·Press
Press
PROG
key to go into setup Zone Omit Allowed function
&
MT key to toggle ON/OFF,
or OI
PROG to save, or press RESET to cannel.
·Press 2
PROG
Omit Allowed
OFF?
SELECT ATTRIBUTE
Double Knock?
key to go into setup Zone Double Knock function
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·Press
Press
&
MT key to toggle ON/OFF,
or OI
PROG to save, or press RESET to cannel.
·Press 3
PROG
SELECT ATTRIBUTE
Chime?
key to go into setup Zone Chime Attributes.
I
·Press & or OMT
key to toggle ON/OFF,
·Press PROG to save, or press RESET to cannel. it goes to next Zone.
If the Zone is “Zone 10”, it will leave “Setup Zone Attr” and
go to next menu “Setup Codes”.
LC ENGINEER MENU
Setup Codes?
6.1.4 - Setup Codes
6.1.4.1 - How to set up User Code
There are 10 user codes that can be created and set by LCD Keypad in the system, all are 4-digit
and can be set to any number from 0000 to 9999. The access codes ensure that only authorized
users can operate the system.
1 = user 1, 2 = user 2, 3 = user 3, 4 = user 4, 5 = user 5, 6 = user 6, 7 = user 7,
8 = user 8, 9 = user 9, 0 = user10.
User 1 – User10 codes:
The user 1 –user 10 codes have the same operation for testing and Setting and Unsetting,
changing their own code.
Holiday code:
The purpose of this code is to allow access to the property whilst the manager is absent. The
Holiday access code is programmed by the Manager and is only valid until the manager use’s
the system. At this point the Holiday code becomes invalid and is no longer accepted by the
control panel.
Engineer code:
Access the Engineer program mode to allow the system to be programmed. If configured the
Engineer’s code can be used to reset the system after an alarm.
NOTE: Entering an invalid user code over 4 times, the keypad will be locked out 90
seconds. After 9 incorrect code entries an alarm/ tamper condition will be generated.
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6.1.4.2 - How to change User Name
This option allows each of the users to be given a name.
LCD Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu.
·Press 4 PROG keys go into Setup Codes function.
·Press
1 … 9 or 0 or
that you want to set.
Note:
1 =user 1,
OMT
I
2 = user 2, …
or
0
&
key to select a code
= user 10
or press
&
key to select Holiday, Engineer.
·Press
PROG
to accept and go into set the user.
·Press 1
PROG
LC ENGINEER MENU
Setup Codes?
SELECT CODE
User 1?
SETUP CODE
Change Name?
keys go into setup change user name function.
USER NAME
User 1
·Enter new name string.
How to input string text refer to page 22, How to set zone name.
·Press
·Press
PROG
RESET
key to accept input and save the text,
key will without change the text and exit.
?
SETUP CODE
Change Code?
6.1.4.3 - How to change User Code
This option allows each of the users to be given a code.
LCD Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu.
·Press 4 PROG keys go into Setup Codes function.
·Press
1 … 9 or 0 or
that you want to set.
Note:
1 =user 1,
or press
·Press
&
PROG
·Press 2
OMT
I
2 = user 2, …
or
0
&
SETUP PROGRAM
Setup Codes?
key to select a code
= user 10
SELECT CODE
User 1?
key to select Holiday, Engineer.
to accept and go into set the user.
SETUP CODE
Change Name?
key to select Change Code function.
SETUP CODE
Change Code?
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·Press
PROG
key go into Change Code function.
·If the previous user code not used, then display.
·Input 4-digit, if you input error key, the error tone will
be generated.
·Press PROG to save. If the 4-digit is the same as other codes,
then display and error tone generate,
press any key to leave, it goes to “Delete Code”
·Press
RESET
USER CODE
****
?
USER CODE
....
?
Duplicate Code!
key will not change the code and exit.
6.1.4.4 - How to delete User Code
LCD Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu.
·Press 4 PROG keys go into Setup Codes function.
SETUP PROGRAM
Setup Codes?
·Press
SELECT CODE
User 1?
1 … 9 or 0 or
that you want to set.
Note:
1 =user 1,
OMT
I
2 = user 2, …
or
0
&
key to select a code
= user 10
or press
&
key to select Holiday, Engineer.
·Press
PROG
to accept and go into set the user.
SETUP CODE
Change Name?
·Press 3
key to select Delete Code function.
·Press
key will delete the user code..
SETUP CODE
Delete Code?
Code Deleted!
PROG
·Press any key to go to modify next code, if the code is
“Engineer codes”, it will leave “Setup Codes” and
go to next menu “Setup System”.
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6.1.5 - Setup system
The catalog of Setup system contains eight parts. They are list as follow:
1 = Flags1, 2 = Flags2, 3 = Bell Time, 4 = Rearm count, 5 = Bell delay time, 6 = Set Time,
7 = Set Date, 8 = Service Date.
6.1.5.1 - How to Setup System Flags
The System Flags are divided into Flags1, 2.
Flag1 – Options
There are eight options under Flag1 which are described below:
2=RKP PA, 3=Engineer Reset, 4=PA user Reset, 5=Fire user Reset, 6=Bell in Fire,
7=Disable Bell Tamper, 8=lock Engineer Code, 9=Exit Walk Test
RKP PA
When this flag is set to ON, the keypad’s PA function is enabled.
Engineer Reset
When this flag is set to ON, an engineer code must be entered to reset the system after
Tamper, PA or Fire alarm. When the flag is set to OFF the system can be reset by the user.
PA user Reset
When this flag is set to ON, it permits the user to reset the system after a PA alarm, by
pressing user code. The user can reset the system even if the Engineer Reset flag is set to
ON.
Fire user Reset
When this flag is set to ON, it permits user to reset the system after a Fire alarm by pressing
user code. The user can reset the system even if the Engineer Reset flag is set to ON.
Bell in Fire
When this flag is set to ON, the external siren Bell box will sound On/two second off during
the fire alarm.
Disable Bell Tamper
When this flag is set to ON, when the Bell Tamper is trigger in FULL, Part1, Part2 mode the
alarm system will not process it.
Lock Engineer Code
When this flag is set to ON, the system can’t reset the engineer code to default when you
use “Reset NVM” command.
Exit Walk Test
When this flag is set to ON, it will automatically return to next option after 20 minutes.
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To operate Flag 1 as follow.
Under Engineer Menu.
·Press 5 PROG keys go into Setup System function.
·Press
SETUP SYSTEM
Flags 1?
keys go into Setup Flags 1
SELECT FLAG 1
Silent PA?
·Press 2
key to select RKP PA function.
SELECT FLAG 1
RKP PA?
·Press 3
key to select Engineer reset function.
SELECT FLAG 1
Engineer reset?
·Press 4
key to select PA user reset function.
SELECT FLAG 1
PA user reset?
·Press 5
key to select Fire user reset function.
SELECT FLAG 1
Fire user reset?
·Press 6
key to select Bell in Fire function.
SELECT FLAG 1
Bell in Fire?
·Press 7
key to select Disable Bell Tamper function.
SELECT FLAG 1
Dis Bell Tamper?
·Press 8
key to select Lock Engineer Code function.
SELECT FLAG 1
Lock Engr Code?
·Press 9
key to select Exit Walk Test function.
SELECT FLAG 1
Exit Walk Test?
·Press
PROG
key accept be selected flag.
Exit Walk Test
OFF
·Press
&
·Press
PROG
1
PROG
or
OMT
I
Exit Walk Test
ON
key to toggle ON/OFF,
to save, or press
RESET
to cannel. it goes to next flag.
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Flag2 – Options
There are eight options under Flag2 which are described below:
1=Key switch, 2=Doorbell, 3=Strobe on Set, 4=Single key Set, 5=EN Compliant, 6=EOLR Zone
7=Daylight Saving, 8=Service Timer
PTS as Keyswitch
When this flag is set to ON, this enables the system to be SET and UNSET with the use of a
key switch in PTS terminal. If the panel needs to be reset then a manager/user code must be
entered.
PTS as Doorbell
When this flag is set to ON, Keyswitch = OFF, the PTS terminal is programmed to a
doorbell, if the Keyswitch = ON, the PTS terminal is used as Keyswitch.
Strobe on Set
When this flag is set to ON, the external strobe will stay on for five seconds once the panel
has set.
Single key Set
When this flag is set to ON, it allows the panel to be set Full mode by pressing the [Set]
button, set Part 1 mode by pressing [▲] key, set Part 2 mode by pressing [▼] key. A code
entry is not required. However, a 4-digit code is required to Unset the panel.
EN Compliant
When this flag is set to ON, the alarm system has Battery Monitoring function.
EOLR Zone
When this flag is set to ON, the alarm system goes to EOLR mode. Each detector must have
a 2k2 resistor connected across its alarm contacts. In addition, a 2k2 resistor must be
connected across the end of the Zone wiring, as shown in the following diagram. Note the
PIR detectors usually have a “spare” terminal for this purpose.
Daylight Saving
When this flag is set to ON, the system will turn clock back 1 hour 2 am on the first Sunday
in Apr and ahead 1 hour 2 am on the first Sunday in Oct.
Service Timer
When this flag is set to ON, the user can use the alarm system during Service Time.
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To operate Flag 2 as follow.
Under Engineer Menu.
·Press 5 PROG keys go into Setup System function.
SETUP SYSTEM
Flags 1?
·Press
2
SELECT FLAG 2
Keyswitch?
·Press
1 key to select Key switch function.
SELECT FLAG 2
Keyswitch?
·Press
2 key to select PTS as Doorbell function.
SELECT FLAG 2
PTS as Doorbell?
·Press
3 key to select Strobe on SET function.
SELECT FLAG 2
Strobe on SET?
·Press
4 key to select Single key SET function.
SELECT FLAG 2
Single key SET?
PROG
·Press 5
·Press
keys go into Setup Flags 2
key to select EN Compliant function.
6 key to select EOLR Zone function.
SELECT FLAG 2
EN Compliant?
SELECT FLAG 2
EOLR Zone?
·Press 7
key to select Daylight Saving function.
SELECT FLAG 2
Daylight Saving?
·Press 8
key to select Service Timer function.
SELECT FLAG 2
Service Timer?
·Press
PROG
key accept be selected flag.
Service Timer
OFF
·Press
&
·Press
PROG
or
OMT
I
Service Timer
ON
key to toggle ON/OFF.
to save, or press
RESET
SETUP SYSTEM
Bell Time?
to cannel.
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6.1.5.2 - How to Setup Bell Time
This is the duration that the external bell output is active. The range is 01-20 minutes. The
default is 14 minutes.
e.g. Change the Bell Time from 14 to 15 minutes.
LCD Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu
·Press 5 PROG keys go into Setup System function.
·Press 3
to select Bell Time function.
·Press
to accept. Display current Bell time number.
PROG
SETUP SYSTEM
Flags 1?
SETUP SYSTEM
Bell Time?
Bell Time
14
?
Set the time by pressing number key. The range is 01-20.
·Press
1 number key, cursor move to next a char.
Bell Time
14
?
Bell Time
15
·Then press 5 number key, cursor move to next a char.
?
·Press PROG to save it, or press
and go to “Rearm Count”.
SETUP SYSTEM
Rearm Count?
RESET
to cancel, it will exit
6.1.5.3 - How to Setup Rearm count
After an alarm the panel will automatically ream itself when the external siren (Bell) timer has
expired. Any Zones and tamper, panic which still remain open at that time will be automatically
omitted.
The default is 3 rearms. 0 = no rearms, 1-8= number of rearms, 9= always rearm
e.g. Change the Rearm Count from 3 to Always rearm.
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LCD Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu
·Press 5 PROG keys go into Setup System function.
·Press 4
to select Rearm Count function.
·Press
to accept. Display current Rearm count number.
PROG
SETUP SYSTEM
Flags 1?
SETUP SYSTEM
Rearm Count?
Rearm Count
3
?
Set the Rearm count by pressing number key. The range is 0-9.
·Press 9 number key.
·Press PROG to save it, or press RESET to cancel, it will exit
and go to “Bell Delay Time”.
Rearm Count
9
?
SETUP SYSTEM
Bell Delay Time?
6.1.5.4 - How to Setup Bell delay time
This delays the activation of the Bell for the required time. The range is 00-99 minutes. The
default is 00 minutes.
e.g. Change the Bell Delay time from 0 to 1 minute.
LCD Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu
·Press 5 PROG keys go into Setup System function.
SETUP SYSTEM
Flags 1?
·Press 5
to select Bell Delay Time function.
SETUP SYSTEM
Bell Delay Time?
·Press
to accept. Display current bell delay time.
Bell Delay Time
00
PROG
Set the bell delay time by pressing number key. The range is 00-99.
·Press 0
1
?
Bell Delay Time
?01
number keys.
·Press PROG to save it, or press
and go to “Set Time”.
RESET
to cancel, it will exit
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6.1.5.6 - How to Setup Set Time
The time can be modified in hours, minutes in the format HH:MM. you must set it correctly, or
else System will generate an error tone and not save the change. & key will help you to
select the bit that you want to write.
*
Time and Date will be lost once the power supply from both main power and backup battery are cut
e.g. Change the system time to 12:02
LCD Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu
·Press 5 PROG keys go into Setup System function.
·Press 6
to select Set Time function.
·Press
to accept. Display current time.
PROG
SETUP SYSTEM
Flags 1?
SETUP SYSTEM
Set Time?
Set Time HH:MM
00:00
set new time to 12:02
·Press 1 2 0 2 number keys.
Set Time HH:MM
12:02
·Press PROG to save it and clear second time, or press
cancel, it will exit and go to “Set Date”.
RESET
to
SETUP SYSTEM
Set Date?
6.1.5.7 - How to Setup Set Date
Before you set the date, you select day for the date that you want to set.
Using 1 - 7
&
I or
or OMT
key to change day, pressing PROG key to save, pressing RESET key to not change.
The date can be changed in day, month, year format DD/MM/YY. The method of set date is the
same as how to set time.
e.g. Set current system date: Tuesday, 28-08-2009
LCD Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu
·Press 5 PROG keys go into Setup System function.
SETUP SYSTEM
Flags 1?
·Press 7
to select Set Date function.
SETUP SYSTEM
Set Date?
·Press
to accept. Display current week.
SELECT DAY
Monday?
PROG
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·Select a week day No 2 , and Press
PROG
to accept.
SELECT DAY
Tuesday?
·Enter system date: Day/Mon/Year(6-digits)
Date: DD/MM/YY
08/08/08
·Press 2
number keys.
Date: DD/MM/YY
28/08/09
to cancel, it will exit
SETUP SYSTEM
Service Date?
8
0
8
0
·Press PROG to save it, or press
and go to “Service Date”.
9
RESET
6.1.5.8 - How to Setup Service Date
You can use the alarm system before the Service data. The date can be changed in day, month,
year format DD/MM/YY. The method of set date is the same as how to set time.
e.g. Set current system date: Tuesday, 30-12-2010
LCD Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu
·Press 5 PROG keys go into Setup System function.
·Press 8 to select Service Date function and
to save it,
PROG
SETUP SYSTEM
Flags 1?
SETUP SYSTEM
Service Date?
·Enter system date: Day/Mon/Year(6-digits)
Date: DD/MM/YY
01/01/09
·Press 3
number keys.
Date: DD/MM/YY
30/12/10
to cancel, it will exit
LC ENGINEER MENU
Misc Menu?
0
1
2
1
·Press PROG to save it, or press
and go to “Misc Menu”.
0
RESET
6.1.6 - Misc menu
“Misc menu” is divided into four parts:
1 = Show help, 2 = Challenger Tel, 3 = Alarm Co. Info, 4 = Reset NVM.
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6.1.6.1 - How to Show Help file
It guides you to use the function key in different operation.
LCD Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu
·Press 6 PROG keys go into Misc Menu function.
·Press 1
·Press
&
PROG
keys go into Show help function.
LC ENGINEER MENU
Misc Menu?
MISC MENU
Show help?
In help screens,
[▼] for nextpage
key show next page.
·Press RESET to cancel at any time, it will exit and
go to “Telephone No”. Else help file finish will exit.
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·Help file as follow:
In help screens,
[ ] for nextpage
[▲] key gives
PREVIOUS option.
When viewing
Event Log...
[▲] for previous
page,
[R] Key always
Quits Menu.
Most recent
shown first
or [R] key
to QUIT help
When entering
Numbers...
[P] shows time
and date
In Set mode...
[P] Accepts
[▼] Backspces.
[▼] previous
event (older)
[S] for Full mode
or Quick Set
[R] Quits.
[▲] next
event (newer)
[▲] key for
Part 1 mode
When entering
Names...
[R] to quit.
[▼] key for
Part 2 mode
[P] Accepts
[▼] Backspces.
Telephone No.
****************
In Menus...
[R] Quits Without
change to name
This is the end
of the help page
[P] key Accepts,
or Selects.
Text is entered
same as mobile
[▼] key gives
NEXT option.
[S] toggles
capitals, ABC-abc
▼
Note: [P] using
PROG
[▲] using
key,
OMT
I
key,
[R] using
[▼] using
&
RESET
key, [S] using
key.
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6.1.6.2 - How to Show Telephone
It records the company telephone number that you buy the alarm system from.
LCD Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu
·Press 6 PROG keys go into Misc Menu function.
·Press
·Press
2 key to select Telephone No function.
PROG
LC ENGINEER MENU
Misc Menu?
MISC MENU
Telephone No.?
Telephone No.
****************
key show Telephone.
·Press any key will exit and go to “Alarm Co. Info”.
MISC MENU
Alarm Co. Info?
6.1.6.3 - How to modify alarm company information
You can write two lines of the information about your company in this menu. The max number
of characters in one line is 14, so you can write 28 chars most in “Alarm Co. Info”
LCD Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu
·Press 6 PROG keys go into Misc Menu function.
LC ENGINEER MENU
Misc Menu?
·Press 3
key to select Alarm Co. Info function.
MISC MENU
Alarm Co. Info?
·Press
key show Telephone.
First Line Text
?_
PROG
·Enter new string . e.g. input “ABCr”.
How to input string text refer to page.22 , How to set zone name.
First Line Text
?ABC_
·Press PROG key to accept input and save the text,
Press RESET key to cannel and go to next option.
·Enter new string “10 Zone System”.
How to input string text refer to page.22 , How to set zone name.
Second Line Text
?_
·Press
Press
PROG
RESET
key to accept input and save the text,
key to cannel and exit.
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?10 Zone System_
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6.1.6.4 - How to Restore to factory value using menu
You will change the value of all parameters to factory default value when you set it.
CAUTION: All configurations of the panel are reset to reset to factory default conditions.
To default to factory settings:
LCD Remote Keypad :
·Under Engineer menu
·Press
6
·Press
4
·Press
PROG
PROG
LC ENGINEER MENU
Setup Program?
go into MISC MENU
MISC MENU
Show Help?
to select Reset NVM function
MISC MENU
Reset NVM?
go into Reset NVM function.
Are you sure?
Press P for yes
·Press
PROG to accept and system will generate an extended
acceptance tone.
·Finished and return to next option.
NOTE 1 :
NOTE 2 :
Extended acceptance tone
LC ENGINEER MENU
View Event Log?
If Lock Engineer flag is ON, Engineer Code can not reset to factory default
After reset, the zone A and B will be named as zone 9 and 10 respectively. The
zone type of both zone 9 and 10 will be “Immediate”.
6.1.7 - View Event Log
The event log gives a display of all the events that have taken place. The events are arranged by
date and time. Up to 250 events can be stored in the memory. When the log reaches 250 events
and another event takes place, the first event drops out. The system is known as FILO (First In
Last Out).
To view the event log:
LCD Remote Keypad :
·Under Engineer menu
·Press 7 key to select View Event Log function.
·Press
PROG
to accept and most recent event shown first.
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·View other event log using
OMT
I
or
&
·View event happen time and date using
key.
PROG
Code Change
04:User 4
key.
·Press any key to return the currently event log when you view
the time and data of it.
·Press PROG to accept and system will generate an extended
acceptance tone. or press RESET key to leave
Time : 00 : 28
Date : 08 - Aug
Code Change
04:User 4
LC ENGINEER MENU
Test System?
·Finished and return to next option.
6.1.8 - Test System
This function has four parts in Test System: Test output, Walk Test, View Walk Test, Panel
Version.
6.1.8.1 - How to Test Outputs
The basic test outputs are: 0 = BELL, 1 = Strobe, 2 = Speaker,
LCD Remote Keypad :
·Under Engineer menu
·Press
8 key to select Test System function.
·Press
PROG
·Press
0
·If press
TEST SYSTEM
Bell?
key go into test system bell item.
TEST SYSTEM
Bell?
key to select Bell output test.
1
·If press 2
LC ENGINEER MENU
Test System?
key to select Strobe output test.
TEST SYSTEM
Strobe?
key to select speaker output test.
TEST SYSTEM
Speaker?
·Press PROG key to accept and The toggle test outputs ON,
or press RESET key , it will leave the menu “Test System”.
·Press any key stop output and menu return to next test option.
If the test output is “Abort”, it will go to “Walk Test”.
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Press any key
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6.1.8.2 - How to enter Walk Test
The walk test function allows check each Zone trigger, Zone tamper, Detect Tamper, Control
panel tamper, Bell Box tamper, Remote Keypad tamper. in order to verify that they are
functioning correctly. A tone is generated as each zone or tamper is activated (opened).
e.g. Trigger Zone and Zone tamper
LCD Remote Keypad :
·Under Engineer code
·Press 8 PROG keys go into Test System function.
TEST SYSTEM
Bell?
·Press 8
key to select Walk Test function.
TEST SYSTEM
Walk Test?
·Press
key go into walk test.
Walk Test
PROG
·Trigger zone 1, the toggle Zone will display in LCD,
if it isn’t displayed, to check the Zone that you trigger.
·Trigger zone 1 tamper, the toggle Tamper will display
in LCD, if it isn’t displayed, to check the Tamper that
you trigger.
·Trigger Control panel tamper, the toggle Tamper
will display in LCD, if it isn’t displayed, to check the
Tamper that you trigger.
·Press any key to exit “Walk Test”, then you can view walk Test.
Or when ‘Exit Walk Test’ = ON, it will automatically exit after
20 minutes.
Zone Tested
Z1:Zone 1
Zone Tamper
Z1: Zone 1
CP Tamper
TEST SYSTEM
View Walk Test?
6.1.8.3 - How to enter View Walk Test
To operate the “View Walk Test” as follow:
LCD Remote Keypad :
·Under Engineer code
·Press 8 PROG keys go into Test System function.
·Press
9
·Press
PROG
TEST SYSTEM
Bell?
key to select Walk Test function.
TEST SYSTEM
View Walk Test?
key go into walk test.
Zone Tested
Z1:Zone 1
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·Press
&
key to see the next news
·when you see “Finished” press
or
Press
RESET
PROG
Zone Tamper
Z1:Zone 1
key to exit.
Finished?
key to exit.
6.1.8.4 - How to enter View Panel Version
Panel Version
The version of software in this panel.
To operate the view “Panel Version” as follow:
LCD Remote Keypad :
·Under Engineer menu
·Press 8 PROG keys go into Test System function.
·Using
&
·Press
PROG
key to select Panel Version item.
TEST SYSTEM
Bell?
TEST SYSTEM
Panel Version?
key to view the software version.
·Press any key to leave “TEST SYSTEM” .
·Press key to exit engineer program mode.
RESET
Software Version
2.2
LC ENGINEER MENU
Setup Programs?
6.1.8.5 - How to Exit Engineer Program Menu
LCD Remote Keypad :
·Under Engineer menu.
·Press key return to top of engineer menu.
LC ENGINEER MENU
Setup Programs?
·Press
Checking for
Faults…
RESET
RESET key to exit engineer program mode.
and check system faults (all Tamper, TA zone, PA zone,
Fire zone is open)
·When no fault, press any key to exit.
No Fault
Press any key
00:28:08 08-Aug
DAY
·LCD show DAY mode.
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6.2 - LED Keypad
How to enter Engineer Program Mode
You should require the manager to authorize Engineer access. It is accessed directly form Day
mode via the Engineer code.
To operate the “Enter Engineer operation mode” as follow:
LED Remote Keypad:
·Enter Manager program mode.
·Press PROG 0 1 2 3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press 3 to authorize Engineer access.
Then Engineer can access program mode
within 3hr hour.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press to
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
RESET
leave the current menu.
·Input 4-digit Engineer code 9 9 9 9
and go to engineer operation window within
5 seconds.
6.2.1 - Setup Programs
The panel has three programs: 1 = Program Full, 2 = Program Part1, 3 = Program Part2.
Each program can set all parameters independent, these are 1 = Zone Function, 2 = Exit Mode,
3 = Exit Time, 4 = Entry Time.
Zones can also be assigned different functions in different programs. Refer to the following
diagram for the programming structure.
6.2.1.1 - How to go into Full mode Setting
LED Remote Keypad:
·Under Engineer mode.
·Press 1 to Select Setup Programs.
·Press
SET
to accept and go into Program Full.
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
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6.2.1.2 - How to go into Part 1 mode Setting
LED Remote Keypad:
·Under Engineer mode.
·Press 1 to Select Setup Programs.
·Press
OMIT
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
to accept and go into Program Part 1.
6.2.1.3 - How to go into Part 2 mode Setting
LED Remote Keypad:
·Under Engineer mode.
·Press 1 to Select Setup Programs.
·Press
&
to accept and go into Program Part 2.
6.2.1.4 - How to set zone function
In Zone Function, Security type zones can be assigned different functions. These are
1= Immediate Zone, 2 = Timed Zone, 3 = Inhibited Zone.
Immediate Zone:
Use this function when the zone is not part of an entry/exit route. When the system is SET,
activation of an immediate zone will cause a full alarm condition.
Timed Zone:
A time zone would be used to protect an entry/exit route. Opening the door or triggering the
sensor in this type of zone when the system is SET will start the entry timer.
Inhibited Zone:
A time-inhibited zone operates as an immediate zone unless a timed zone has been operated
and a timer started. Such a zone should be utilized to allow passage between the entry/exit
door and the control panel when there are detectors present.
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LED Remote Keypad:
Set zone Immediate function
Under Engineer Menu/Setup Program, the program
Full mode is chosen. LED 1 and LED 2 is flashing.
·Press 1 to program Immediate Zone.
LED 1~10 ON indicate selected immediate
zones.
Default settings are on.
·To edit the other zones press Zone number
(1~10). If select, LED is on.
If select Zone 2 to be immediate zone,
·Press PROG to accept the change
Or press RESET to cancel.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
Set zone Timed function
Under Engineer Menu/Setup Program, the program
Full mode is chosen. LED 1 and LED 2 is flashing.
·Press 2 to program Timed Zone.
LED 1~10 ON indicate selected Timed
zones.
Default settings are on.
·To edit the other zones press Zone number
(1~10). If select, LED is on.
If select Zone 4 to be immediate zone,
·Press PROG to accept the change
Or press RESET to cancel.
Set zone Inhibited function
Under Engineer Menu/Setup Program, the program
Full mode is chosen LED 1 and LED 2 is flashing.
·Press 3 to program Inhibited Zone.
LED 1~10 ON indicate selected Timed zones.
Default settings are on.
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·To edit the other zones press Zone number
(1~10). If select, LED is on.
If select Zone 3 to be inhibited zone,
Then press 2 , and press 3
·Press PROG to accept the change
Or press RESET to cancel.
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
6.2.1.5 - How to set Exit mode function
There are four selections for Exit Mode in all mode: 1 = Timed Exit, 2 = Final Door, 3 = Silent
Exit, 4 = Terminated, 0 = Disable.
Timed Exit:
A timed program will set once the exit timer has expired and all zones are clear.
Final Door:
A final door program will set 5 seconds after the final door has been opened and closed.
Silent Exit:
This operates exactly the same as Timed Exit but completely silent without internal sounder
signal.
Terminated:
A terminated program will set once the PTS terminal has been trigger.
Disable:
A disabled program is not available for use and cannot be selected and setting time.
LED Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu/Setup Program, the program
Full mode is chosen. LED 1 and LED 2 is flashing.
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press 4 to program Exit Mode.
LED 1 ON indicates system selected: Timed
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Change exit mode to Silent.
Press 3 to select silent
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press PROG to accept the change
Or press RESET to cancel.
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
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6.2.1.6 - How to set Exit time function
This is the time allowed to leave the premises via the exit route before the system sets. The
programmable range is 00-99 seconds.
If the Exit Time is interrupted with the last 10 seconds, then the Exit Time will restart at 10
seconds after the interruption has cleared.
The default is 45 seconds.
LED Remote Keypad:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press 5 to select Exit time item.
Z1, Z2 LED light indicate you input 2 digit
Number.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Set the exit time of full arm mode 20 seconds.
Then Press 2 digit number, Z1 LED off .
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Then Press 0 digit number, Z2 LED off .
PA and TAMP LED flashing indicate you
accept or cancel.
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press PROG to accept the change.
Or press RESET to cancel.
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
Under Engineer Menu/Setup Program, the program
Full mode is choosen. LED 1 and LED 2 is flashing.
6.2.1.7 - How to set Entry time function
This is the time allowed to enter the premises via the entry route and unset the system. The
programmable range is 00-99 seconds. The default is 45 seconds.
LED Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu/Setup Program, the program
Full mode is chosen. LED 1 and LED 2 is flashing.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press 6 to select Entry time item.
Z1, Z2 LED light indicate you input 2 digit
Number.
·Set the entry time of full arm mode 20 seconds.
Then Press 2 digit number, Z1 LED off .
·Then Press 0 digit number, Z2 LED off .
PA and TAMP LED flashing indicate you
accept or cancel.
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·Press PROG to accept the change. Or press RESET
to cancel. Press RESET RESET to return to Engineer mode.
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
6.2.2 - Setup Zones Type
The ‘Setup Zones Type’ contains: 1 = Zone name, 2 = Zone type.
6.2.2.1 - How to set Zone Name
LED Remote Keypad:
The LED Remote Keypad cannot program zone names.
6.2.2.2 - How to set Zone Type
There are six types for Zone: 1 = Security, 2 = PA, 3 = Door Bell, 4 = Fire, 5 = Tamper/24H,
0 = Not Used.
Security:
The system comes supplied with service links fitted to the zone terminals to simulate a
closed circuit. As each zone is connected these links should be removed. All zone are fully
programmable.
PA:
A Zone may be programmed for audible PA should be wire in series.
Door Bell:
This feature can be programmed into any Zone. A doorbell will not operate whilst the
entry/exit timers have started, when the system is in full alarm condition or whilst in
programming mode.
Fire:
If you choose to utilize a zone as a fire zone then no other detectors may be wired into this
zone. Therefore a zone cannot be both fire and intruder.
Tamper/24H:
Provides 24 hour monitoring.
Not used
A zone may be programmed for Not used, then is ignored by the panel.
To operate the Setup Zone type as follow.
e.g. Change zone 5 type to Fire zone.
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LED Remote Keypad:
·Under Engineer mode.
·Press 2 to select set up Zone Type.
·Press a number button to select Zone to be
Configured ie.
Press 5 to select zone 5,
Zone 5 is Security.
·Press 4
to select Fire
·Press PROG to accept the change. or press RESET
to cannel. PressRESET to return to engineer mode.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
6.2.3 - Setup Zones Attrs
There are three attrib for Zone: 1 = Omit Allowed, 2 = Double Knock, 3 = Chime. You can set it
ON or OFF.
Omit Allowed:
When a Zone is programmed as Omit Allowed, the panel allows the Zone to be Omitted for
one set period by the user when setting the system.
Note: The zone which must to be security then it can be set omit allowed at first.
Double Knock:
Double knock programming is used when zones are likely to create false activations.
Double knock requires two activations within 10 minutes of the same Zone or a Zone left
open for 10 seconds.
Chime:
If a Security Zone is programmed as Chime, you can hear special tone when it is triggered
in DAY mode.
Note: The zone must to be security to be set Chime.
To operate the Setup Zone attribute as follow.
e.g. Set zone 2 have Omit Allowed, Double Knock and Chime attributes (set ON).
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LED Remote Keypad:
·Under Engineer mode
·Press 3 to select Zone Attributes menu.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·If press 9 will set zone 2 Omit Allowed, Double
knock, Chime attributes to ON.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press PROG to accept the change. Or press RESET
to cancel. Press RESET to return select Zone
Attributes menu.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press zone No. to select zone (0~9).
Press 2 to select zone 2, and indication zone 2
current attributes status.
·Press 1 to select Omit Allowed. Or
·Press 2 to select Double Knock, Or.
·Press 3 to select Chime. Or
·If press 0 will clear selected zone 2 attributes.Or
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6.2.4 - Setup Codes
6.2.4.1 - How to set up User Code
There are 2 user codes can be set by LED Keypad in the system. All are 4-digit and can be set to
any number from 0000 to 9999. The access codes ensure that only authorized users can operate
the system.
1 = user 1, 2 = user 2, 3 = Holiday,
4 = Engineer
User 1 – User2 codes:
The user 1 –user 2 codes have the same operation for testing and Setting and Unsetting,
changing their own code.
Holiday code:
The purpose of this code is to allow access to the property whilst the manager is absent. The
Holiday access code is programmed by the Manager and is only valid until the manager use’s
the system. At this point the Holiday code becomes invalid and is no longer accepted by the
control panel.
Engineer code:
Accesses the Engineer program mode to allow the system to be programmed. If configured
the Engineer’s code can be used to reset the system after an alarm.
NOTE: Entering an invalid user code over 4 times, the keypad will be locked out 90
seconds. After 9 incorrect code entries an alarm/ tamper condition will be generated.
6.2.4.2 - How to change User Name
LED Remote Keypad:
The LED Remote Keypad cannot program user names.
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6.2.4.3 - How to change User Code
This option allows each of the users to be given a code.
LED Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu.
·Press 4 to select Setup User codes.
·Press
1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
to change User 1.
·Enter the new user 1 code (4 digits)
? ? ? ? New code
·Press PROG key to save. If the 4-digit is the same
as old, the error tone will be generated.
·Press RESET key will cancel and return.
6.2.4.4 - How to delete User Code
LED Remote Keypad:
Under Engineer Menu.
·Press 4 to select Setup User codes.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press 1 to change User 1.
·Press
OMT
I
·Press
PROG
to accept the change.
·Press
RESET
to return to engineer mode.
key to delete user 1 code.
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6.2.5 - Setup system
The catalog of Setup system contains eight parts. They are list as follow:
1 = Flags1, 2 = Flags2, 3 = Bell Time, 4 = Rearm count, 5 = Bell delay time, 6 = Set Time,
7 = Set Date, 8 = Service Date.
6.2.5.1 - How to Setup System Flags
The System Flags are divided into Flags1, 2.
Flag1 – Options
There are eight options under Flag1 which are described below:
2=RKP PA, 3=Engineer Reset, 4=PA user Reset, 5=Fire user Reset, 6=Bell in Fire,
7=Disable Bell Tamper, 8=lock Engineer Code, 9=Exit Walk Test
RKP PA
When this flag is set to ON, the keypad’s PA function is enabled.
Engineer Reset
When this flag is set to ON, an engineer code must be entered to reset the system after
Tamper, PA or Fire alarm. When the flag is set to OFF the system can be reset by the user.
PA user Reset
When this flag is set to ON, it permits the user to reset the system after a PA alarm, by
pressing user code. The user can reset the system even if the Engineer Reset flag is set to
ON.
Fire user Reset
When this flag is set to ON, it permits user to reset the system after a Fire alarm by pressing
user code. The user can reset the system even if the Engineer Reset flag is set to ON.
Bell in Fire
When this flag is set to ON, the external siren Bell box will sound On/two second off during
the fire alarm.
Disable Bell Tamper
When this flag is set to ON, when the Bell Tamper is trigger in FULL, Part1, Part2 mode the
alarm system will not process it.
Lock Engineer Code
When this flag is set to ON, the system can’t reset the engineer code to default when you
use “Reset NVM” command.
Exit Walk Test
When this flag is set to ON, it will automatically return to next option after 20 minutes.
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LED Remote Keypad:
·Under Engineer mode
·Press 5 to select Setup system.
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·And cancel PA User Reset,
Press 4 to disable, the corresponding LED OFF.
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press PROG to accept the change. Or press RESET to
cancel. Press RESET RESET to return to engineer mode.
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press 1 to select system flag item.
·Press 1 to select system flag 1 option.
Default settings are on.
·For example, add Engineer Reset and
Walk Test Auto-exit enable.
Press 3 and 9 to select.
Flag2 – Options
There are eight options under Flag2 which are described below:
1=Key switch, 2=Doorbell, 3=Strobe on Set, 4=Single key Set, 5=EN Compliant, 6=EOLR Zone
7=Daylight Saving, 8=Service Timer
PTS as Keyswitch
When this flag is set to ON, this enables the system to be SET and UNSET with the use of a
key switch in PTS terminal. If the panel needs to be reset then a manager/user code must be
entered.
PTS as Doorbell
When this flag is set to ON, Keyswitch = OFF, the PTS terminal is programmed to a
doorbell, if the Keyswitch = ON, the PTS terminal is used as Keyswitch.
Strobe on Set
When this flag is set to ON, the external strobe will stay on for five seconds once the panel
has set.
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Single key Set
When this flag is set to ON, it allows the panel to be set Full mode by pressing the [Set]
button, set Part 1 mode by pressing [▲] key, set Part 2 mode by pressing [▼] key. A code
entry is not required. However, a 4-digit code is required to Unset the panel.
EN Compliant
When this flag is set to ON, the alarm system has Battery Monitoring function.
EOLR Zone
When this flag is set to ON, the alarm system goes to EOLR mode. Each detector must have
a 2k2 resistor connected across its alarm contacts. In addition, a 2k2 resistor must be
connected across the end of the Zone wiring, as shown in the following diagram. Note the
PIR detectors usually have a “spare” terminal for this purpose.
Daylight Saving
When this flag is set to ON, the system will turn clock back 1 hour 2 am on the first Sunday
in Apr and ahead 1 hour 2 am on the first Sunday in Oct.
Service Timer
When this flag is set to ON, the user can use the alarm system during Service Time.
LED Remote Keypad:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press 1 to select system flag item.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press 2 to select system flag 2 option.
Default settings are on.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Under Engineer mode.
·Press 5 to select Setup system.
·For example, add EN Compliant flag.
Press 5 to select.
·Press PROG to accept the change, Or press RESET
to cancel. Press RESET RESET to return to engineer mode.
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6.2.5.2 - How to Setup Bell Time
This is the duration that the external bell output is active. The range is 01-20 minutes. The
default is 14 minutes.
e.g. Change the Bell Time from 14 to 15 minutes.
LED Remote Keypad:
·Under Engineer mode
·Press 5 to select Setup system.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press 2 to select bell time item.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press 1 and 5 to change 15 minutes.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press PROG to accept the change.
Or press RESET to cancel.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
6.2.5.3 - How to Setup Rearm count
After an alarm the panel will automatically ream itself when the external siren (Bell) timer has
expired. Any Zones and tamper, panic which still remain open at that time will be automatically
omitted.
The default is 3 rearms. 0 = no rearms, 1-8= number of rearms, 9= always rearm
e.g. Change the Rearm Count from 3 to Always rearm.
LED Remote Keypad:
·Under Engineer mode
·Press 5 to select system item.
·Press 3 to select rearm count item.
LED 1 ON indicate you enter only 1 digit.
·Press 9
to change to always rearm.
·Press PROG to accept the change.
Or press RESET to cancel.
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Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
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6.2.5.4 - How to Setup Bell delay time
This delays the activation of the Bell for the required time. The range is 00-99 minutes. The
default is 00 minutes.
e.g. Change the Bell Delay time from 0 to 1 minute.
LED Remote Keypad:
·Under Engineer mode
·Press 5 to select system item.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press 4 to select bell delay time item.
LED 1 and 2 ON indicates you enter only 2 digits.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press 0
1 to change bell delay time.
·Press PROG to accept the change Or press RESET
to cancel. Press RESET to return to engineer
6.2.5.5 - How to Setup Set Time
LED Remote Keypad:
The LED Remote Keypad cannot set time.
6.2.5.6 - How to Setup Set Date
LED Remote Keypad:
The LED Remote Keypad cannot set date.
6.2.5.7 - How to Setup Service Date
LED Remote Keypad:
The LED Remote Keypad cannot set service date.
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6.2.6 - Misc menu
6.2.6.1- How to Restore to factory value using menu
You will change the value of all parameters to factory default value when you set it.
CAUTION: All configurations of the panel are reset to reset to factory default conditions.
To default to factory settings:
Led Remote Keypad:
·Under Engineer mode to top of menu.
1 2 3 4 5
LED 1~10 is flashing.
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
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·Press OMT
twice within 2 second. Rapid bleeps
All system setting returns to factory default.
NOTE 1 : If Lock Engineer flag is ON, Engineer Code can not reset to factory default
NOTE 2 : After reset, the zone A and B will be named as zone 9 and 10 respectively. The zone
type of both zone 9 and 10 will be “Immediate”.
6.2.7 - View Event Log
The event log gives a display of all the events that have taken place. The events are arranged by
date and time. Up to 16 events can be stored in the memory. When the log reaches 16 events and
another event takes place, the first event drops out. The system is known as FILO (First In Last
Out).
To view the event log:
Led Remote Keypad:
1 Jump to oldest event
Press:
2 Move one event older
3 Move one event newer
4 Jump to newest event
9 Clear all alarm event
After selecting Alarm Log the zone, PA and Tamper LED’s will show the latest event
A flashing LED indicates the zone that was first activated.
Any other LED lit was activated after the first event but before system unset.
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·Under Engineer code
·Press & to select view alarm event.
LED 1flashing indicate Zone 1 is triggered first.
TAMPER is triggered after Zone 1
·Press
RESET
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
to leave view alarm log menu.
How to clear all alarm events?
·Under Engineer code
·Press
&
to select view alarm event.
·Press 9 to clear all alarm events.
System all LEDs would be dark and emit
a confirm sound to indicate clear all alarm event.
Acknowledge
·Press
RESET
to leave view alarm log menu.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
6.2.8 - Test System
This function has four parts in Test System: Test output, Walk Test, View Walk Test, Panel
Version.
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6.2.8.1 - How to Test Outputs
The test outputs are: 0 = BELL, 1 = Strobe, 2 = Speaker,
LED Remote Keypad
·Under Engineer code
·Press 8 key to Select Test System.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press 0 key to select Bell test.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
Bell on
·Press 1 key to select Strobe test.
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
Strobe on
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
·Press 2 key to select Speaker test.
Day
PA
TAMP
Alarm sound
·Press
RESET
key to exit current level.
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
6.2.8.2 - How to enter Walk Test
The walk test function allows check each Zone trigger, Zone tamper, Detect Tamper, Control
panel tamper, BellBox tamper, Remote Keypad tamper. if order to verify that they are
functioning correctly. A tone is generated as each zone or tamper is activated (opened).
e.g. Trigger Zone and Zone tamper
LED Remote Keypad :
·Under Engineer code
·Press 8 key to Select Test System.
·Press 8 key to select Walk test.
Trigger zone 1, when a zone is successfully tested,
the LED is on, Zones are added to list as each one
is activated.
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TAMP
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·Trigger zone 1 tamper and its appropriate led will
light.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·The Tamper LED comes on when tested.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·Press
RESET
key to exit current level.
6.2.8.3 - How to enter View Walk Test
LED Remote Keypad :
The LED Remote Keypad cannot operate the menu item.
6.2.8.4 - How to enter View Panel Version
LED Remote Keypad :
The LED Remote Keypad cannot operate the menu item.
6.2.8.5 - How to Exit Engineer Program Menu
LED Remote Keypad :
·Under Engineer menu.
·Press key return to top of engineer menu.
RESET
·Press
key to exit engineer program mode.
and check system faults (all Tamper, TA zone,
PA zone, Fire zone is open)
RESET
·When no fault,
press any key to exit.
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
Exit hint tone
·Return to DAY mode.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
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Section 7 - Using System
After you have finished system settings, you can then use the system. This section gives an
operation of how to set and unset the system as well as how to reset after an alarm.
7.1 - LCD Keypad
7.1.2 - Setting the System
The panel has three programs: Program Full, Program Part1, Part2. Each can be programmed
independently in the Engineer operations mode. So you can set the system to the corresponding
mode: Full Mode, Part1 Mode and Part2 mode. You can set them as follows.
LCD Remote Keypad :
·System is in Day mode and supply power 1 minute later.
00:01:00
DAY
·Enter 4-digit manager or user code and wait later.
Enter your code
***
·Hint manager using 3 seconds.
·Hint user select arm mode
===Welcome ===
Manager
e.g. press
Press
Or press
Or press
Or press
SET
OMT
I
&
RESET
0
1
2
3
08-Aug
To Set Select
[Full]
[P1] [P2]
key to select Full arm mode,
key to select Part 1 arm mode,
key to select Part 2 arm mode.
key to exit.
·Exit and check system faults.
System fault contains: Tamper Zone, PA Zone, Fire Zone, Zone N tamper (when EOLR function
enable), CP tamper, Detect Tamper, RKP Tamper, Bell Box Tamper
·If it has faults in system,
you can see the fault from LCD and
the fault tone will be generated, you should to solve the fault
to entry the mode
e.g. Detect 1 abnormal.
·When no fault, it will display “Exit–No Faults” and the
exit tone will be generated, it is going to the mode that you selected
until the exit time is end, if press SET key will quick set the system.
·Arm mode is set.
Exit Faults…
Z1:Zone 1
Exit error beep
Exit–No Faults
Count down beep
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Note: “To Set Select **** ” will be displayed the mode that you set not to disable in Engineer
Mode/ Setup Programs/ Exit mode.
7.1.2 - How to OMIT a zone(s)
If you cannot set the alarm system because a detector is faulty and in constant alarm you may
need to omit its zone from the alarm system. A zone which has been omitted cannot cause an
alarm. Omitted zones will be restored after the system is unset.
Before a zone can be omitted it has to be enabled by the engineer as “Setup zone attrs/Omit
Allowed” zone.
LCD Remote Keypad :
·System work in setting mode, select the set mode is required .
( for more information see “How to Setting the System”)
I
·Press OMT
key to go into omit zone window, and display
first omit allowed zone.
·Select a omit allowed zone using
OMT
I
or
&
key.
·Press PROG key to accept and continue setting
or press RESET key to cancel omit function.
To Set Select
[Full]
[P1] [P2]
Exit–No Faults
OMIT ZONE
Z3:Zone 3
OMIT ZONE
Z4:Zone 4
·System work in setting mode
Exit–No Faults
7.1.3 - Unsetting the System
To unsetting the system in SET as follows.
LCD Remote Keypad :
·System is in the SET mode
00:05:45
·Input 4-digit manager or user code.
e.g. press 0 1 2 3
Enter your code
***
·Hint manager unset 3 seconds.
08-Aug
System unset by
Manager
·System will be reset and work in DAY mode.
00:26:15 08-Aug
DAY
CAUTION: Entering an invalid user code will operate the code tamper. After 9 incorrect keys
pushes a full alarm condition will be generated.
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7.1.4 - How to UNSET from Alarm and RESET the system
You can unset the system in SET and reset it after an alarm, Tamper or PA.
The system will be programmed to be reset by the user or engineer. This is dependent on System
flags set up. See Engineer mode / Setup System/ Flags 1.
e.g. Control Panel tamper trigger alarm
LCD Remote Keypad :
·System work in SET mode
00:26:15 08-Aug
·Enter manager / user code
e.g. press 0 1 2 3 (manager code)
System unset by
Manager
CP Tamper
·It will stop system in alarm and the LCD keypad will
display the message of newest alarm event.
Hint (the display will scroll the following two screens)
·Enter manager/ user/ engineer code reset. ?
?
?
Reset Required
Enter your code
?
·Day mode
System Reset
00:26:15 08-Aug
DAY
7.1.5 - How to use Panic Alarm on keypad
Should you need to attract attention, the full alarm signal can be activated at emergency by
pressing 0 and 5 together
Press 0 & 5 simultaneously, the system and external sounder will sound immediately.
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7.2 – LED Keypad
7.2.1 - Setting the System
The panel has three programs: Program Full, Program Part1, Part2. Each can be programmed
independently in the Engineer operations mode. So you can set the system to the corresponding
mode: Full Mode, Part1 Mode and Part2 mode. You can set them as follows.
LED Remote Keypad :
·System is in Day mode and supply power 1 minute
later.
·Enter User code/Manager code ? ? ? ?
Day LED will flash 5 second, then you can
select arm mode.
·Press
Or press
Or press
Or press
SET
OMT
I
&
RESET
key to select Full arm mode,
key to select Part 1 arm mode,
key to select Part 2 arm mode.
key to exit.
·If it has faults in system, you can see the fault
from LED and the fault tone will be generated,
you should to solve the fault to entry the mode
e.g. Detector 1 abnormal.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
Exit error beep
·Press
SET
key quick set the system.(Optional)
Count down beep
·After you selected arm mode, Day LED became
steady.
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7.2.2 - How to OMIT a zone(s)
If you cannot set the alarm system because a detector is faulty and in constant alarm you may
need to omit its zone from the alarm system. A zone which has been omitted cannot cause an
alarm. Omitted zones will be restored after the system is unset.
Before a zone can be omitted it has to be enabled by the engineer as “Setup zone attrs/Omit
Allowed” zone.
LED Remote Keypad :
·System work in setting mode, add the set mode
is chosen.( for more information see
“How to Setting the System”)
·Press OMT
key to go into omit zone window,
I
and all omit allowed zone is lit.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
e.g. To omit zone 4
Press 4 to omit zone 4, the corresponding LED OFF. 1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Press same key to toggle ON/OFF.
Note: 1-9 key= zone1 –zone 9, 0 key = zone 10.
·Press PROG key to accept and continue setting
or press RESET key to cancel omit function.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
·System work in setting mode
Day
PA
TAMP
Day
PA
TAMP
7.2.3 - Unsetting the System
To unsetting the system in SET as follows.
LED Remote Keypad :
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
·System is in Set mode.
·Enter User code/Manager code ?
System returns to Day mode.
?
?
?
CAUTION: Entering an invalid user code will operate the code tamper. After 9 incorrect keys
pushes a full alarm condition will be generated.
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7.2.4 - How to UNSET from Alarm and RESET the system
You can unset the system in SET and reset it after an alarm, Tamper or PA.
The system will be programmed to be reset by the user or engineer. This is dependent on System
flags set up. See Engineer mode / Setup System/ Flags 1.
e.g. Control Panel tamper trigger alarm
LED Remote Keypad :
·System is in Set mode.
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
·Enter User code/Manager code ? ? ? ?
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
It will stop system in alarm and the LED keypad will
hint of alarm event. First event is flashing, other lit.
·Enter User code/Manager code ?
System returns to Day mode.
?
?
?
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
Day
PA
TAMP
Day
PA
TAMP
7.2.5 - How to use Panic Alarm on keypad
Should you need to attract attention, the full alarm signal can be activated at emergency by
pressing 0 and 5 together
Press 0 & 5 simultaneously, the system and external sounder will sound immediately.
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Section 8 - Maintenance
Once every three months,
•
•
•
Test all detectors.
Check loudspeaker of control unit.
Test sirens and strobes of the bellbox.
Additionally, once every year,
• Check external bell box
• Test detector feature
Additionally, once every three years,
•
Replace the rechargeable battery in the Control Unit.
Section 9 - Troubleshooting Guide
Control Unit (CU)
Symptoms
Possible cause & cures
Power indicator off. Key pad not No power supply to unit.
responding.
Check connectors to mains and backup battery.
Power indicator does not light up but Main supply is out. It is operating from backup
the RKP is working.
battery. Check power connections/adaptor.
TAMPER
Tamper triggered, check tampers (panel, keypad,
detectors, bellbox). Or
Low backup battery condition; check battery fuse.
Replace panel battery as soon as possible.
No response to detectors
Check if Links are across used zones.. Remove them.
No response to keystroke
Power reset (both mains and backup battery)
Remote Keypad (RKP)
Symptoms
Possible cause & cures
Keypad not working.
Check the connection, check keypad address.
Keypads not working one at a time.
Check address jumper in the back PCB of keypad.
Remark: If you have any problem with the alarm system. To default to factory settings, please
follow sections 5 explained in this manual.
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LED System Faults/Troubleshooting
Control Panel
When system flag. EN Compliant flag is ON, There are 2 possible faults:
In Day mode the flashing Tamper LED indicates a fault. Entry of a valid code will show up to 2
LEDs flashing, prompting the user to accept the fault by pressing the RESET key.
Mains Fail
·System is in Day mode.
Day LED ON, TAMP LED flashing.
1 2 3 4 5
·Enter User code / Manager code ? ?
Show TAMP LED, Z1 LED flashing.
·Press
RESET
?
Low Battery Volts
·System is in Day mode.
Day LED ON, TAMP LED flashing.
?
?
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
Day
PA
TAMP
?
key to accept the fault.
·Enter User code/Manager code ?
6 7 8 A B
?
Show TAMP LED, Z3 LED flashing.
·Press
RESET
key to accept the fault.
Key Board Lockout
When you enter 4 groups invalid code, keyboard will lockout for 90 seconds.
And then you enter the second 4 groups invalid code, the keyboard will go on lockout for 90
seconds.
When you go on enter 1 invalid code again, system will cause an alarm condition.
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Section 10 - Specifications
10 ZONE OFF-BOARD LCD ALARM PANEL
Type of Alarm Panel
Microprocessor based control unit
Housing
ABS
Entry Delay
default 45 seconds, programmable
Exit Delay
default 45 seconds, programmable
Alarm Zone
10 Zones
Remote Keypad
Up to 4 LCD / LED Keypads
Tamper
-Ve loop
External Bell box output
DC12V, max current : 400mA, adjustable
timer( 1-20 mins)
Strobe output
DC12V latching
External Speaker
DC12V
Set+ output
0V in Day mode
13V in Set mode
Siren Duration
Default 14 minutes
Current consumption control panel
Current consumption for LCD keypad
Current consumption for LED keypad
- Programmable function
16ohm, max current : 230mA
Standby : 50mA
Alarm : 100mA
Standby : 60mA
Alarm : 100mA
Standby : 40mA
Alarm : 70mA
Rechargeable battery voltage output
13.8V DC stabilized(+/- 5%) up to 350mA
Rechargeable battery
DC12V, up to 2.1Ah
Charge Voltage
13.8V dc
Board fuse on control panel
1.6A 20mm quick blow
Total Current output
1A when supported by a fully charged battery
Mains supply voltage
230V AC (+/- 10%) 50Hz max load 0.5A
Ambient operating temperature
0℃ ~ 40℃
Dimensions (mm)
253 x 195 x 61
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Appendix 1 – Event Log Messages
Keypad text
Description
Power up
Supply power on
Engineer Start
Enter engineer program mode
Engineer End
Leaving engineer program mode
Code Change
User N code be changed
Battery Low
Battery low voltage
AC Mains Failed
Mains power supply failure
AC Mains OK
Mains power supply restored
Battery OK
Battery voltage normal
Service Due
Service Time expired
Program SET
User has set the system with program Full. Part 1, or Part 2
System SET
System into Set mode
System Unset
User has unset the system
Key SET
Keyswitch set the system
Key Unset
Keyswitch unset the system
Unset from Alarm
User has unset the system from alarm
Intruder Alarm
Intruder zone activated (opened)
Entry Start
Entry time started
Entry Deviate
Entry time Deviate ( Immediate zone activated)
PANIC Alarm
Panic zone activated (opened)
Fire Alarm
Fire zone activated (opened)
RKP Tamper
RKP tamper opened
Detect Tamper
Detect tamper opened
CP Tamper
Control panel tamper opened
BellBox Tamper
Bellbox tamper opened
Code Tamper
Invalid user code was entered
Tamper Alarm
Zn: Zone n
Zone Tamper
Zn: Zone n
24h/Tamper zone activated (opened)
EOLR Zone tamper opened
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Appendix 2 – Zone - Location Table
Zone Number
Location
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Disposal and Recycling
Batteries and waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste. Please
recycle where these facilities exist.
Technical Support
For technical help with this product, please email info@leeds.com.hk,
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