FM4001 LCD DISPLAY - Berkeley Guard Group

FM4001 LCD DISPLAY - Berkeley Guard Group
A detector has reported a low battery.
The detector which sent the signal will also be
displayed.
If it re-occurs have the battery replaced.
15 incorrect key presses have been recorded at the
control panel, or a remote keypad has been tampered
with. Cancel by entering your 4 digit PIN number.
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Low battery
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Keypad tamper
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Line fault
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Supervisory fault
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Tamper
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Mains restored
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Walk test
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Panel tamper
Either the control panel lid has been opened or a fault
has developed on the wiring to your external siren.
Call your alarm company.
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Panic alarm
A panic alarm has been received from a remote
control, a panic button or a remote keypad. Enter your
PIN number to cancel the alarm.
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24 hr alarm
A detector which is set to be active 24Hrs per day has
reported an alarm. The detector will be displayed.
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Auxiliary alarm
A detector such as a temperature or water level alarm
has operated. The device will be displayed.
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Soak test
A detector which has been disconnected from the
alarm system for tests has alarmed. Inform your
alarm company.
FM4001
LCD DISPLAY
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
The telephone line has developed a fault. Call your
alarm company if it does not clear.
The radio transmission from a detector has not been
received correctly. If it persists call your alarm company.
A detector has reported a tamper. i.e. a detector cover
has been removed.
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Panel disarmed
The control panel has recorded a mains interruption.
When you have carried out a customer walk test the
display will show the last detector triggered. You can
examine the log to see all the detectors operated
during walk test.
When you have completed your walk test, key in your
PIN number followed by 6 to come out of test mode.
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BACK
FM Electronics Ltd.
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Manufacturer of quality wireless products.
The FM4001 enables you to expand your alarm system up to a maximum of 64 alarm
detectors.
INTERNAL MEMORY
Each operation of the alarm system is stored in an internal memory called the "SYSTEM
LOG" which has a capacity of storing the last 511 events together with the time and date
that they occurred. The system log can be read out on the LCD display when required.
It is also possible for your engineer to connect a printer to the FM4001 and obtain a full print
out of the log.
DETECTION DEVICE DESCRIPTIONS
A facility is included for you to program descriptions up to 16 characters in length to identify
each alarm detector individually.
DEVICE DATA
A facility used for indicating the number of times a device has transmitted. This count
includes all transmissions and is for indication of device operation only.
CHANGING THE TIME & DATE
The internal clock is used to identify the time of alarm operation.
To set the time
1.
2.
3.
4.
Enter your 4 digit pin number.
Wait 3 seconds
Display shows
Sh o w
ma n a g e r ' s
menu?
Display shows
1 6 J u n 1 9 :03: 4 6
Se t
t h e t im e?
Display shows
1 6 J u n 1 9 :03: 4 6
Se t
t h e h o u r?
Display shows
1 6 J u n 1 9 :03: 4 6
Se t
mi nut es ?
Press YES
Display shows
1 6 J u n 1 9 :03: 4 6
Se t
t he dat e ?
1
71
F1
72
F2
73
F3
74
F4
75
F5
76
F6
77
F7
78
F8
PANIC BUTTONS
ZONE 8
REMOTE CONTROLS
81
R1
P1
82
R2
P2
83
R3
P3
84
R4
P4
85
R5
P5
86
R6
P6
87
R7
P7
88
R8
P8
DISPLAYS AND WHAT THEY MEAN
Press YES to change
the hour
Press Yes to change
the minutes.
Use the arrow keys to set the minute. Hold down the arrow key to scan quickly through the
minutes. Press YES when the correct minute is displayed
6.
FIRE DETECTORS
Press the YES button.
Use the arrow keys to set the hour. Hold down the arrow key to scan quickly through the
hours. Press YES when the correct hour is displayed.
5.
ZONE 7
Press YES to change
NO to make no change.
The time displayed will be the time that the alarm or fault occurred.
The display will automatically clear next time you arm the system.
If you want to clear a display enter your PIN number followed by Off.
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Panel disarmed
Normal daytime display
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Exit fault
When arming the system with a door open. The
display also shows which door has been left
open.
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Entry alarm
The alarm was activated by exceeding the entry
time when disarming. Have your alarm
company extend the entry time.
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Alarm
An alarm occurred whilst the system was
armed. The detector which triggered the alarm
will also be displayed
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ZONE 1
11
ZONE 4
41
12
42
13
43
14
44
15
45
16
46
17
47
18
48
ZONE 5
ZONE 2
21
51
22
52
23
53
24
54
25
55
26
56
27
57
28
58
ZONE 6
ZONE 3
31
61
32
62
33
63
34
64
35
65
36
66
37
67
38
68
5
7. If you answer YES
display shows
1 6 J u n 1 9 :03: 4 6
Yea r = 1 9 9 6
Use the arrow keys to select the year
When the correct year is displayed press YES
8. Display shows
1 6 J u n 1 9 :03: 4 6
Mo n t h = J u n
Press YES to change
Use the arrow keys to select the month
When the correct month is displayed press YES
9. Display shows
1 6 J u n 1 9 :03: 4 6
Da y = 1 6
Press YES to change
Use the arrow keys to select the day
When the correct day is displayed press YES
10.
The display now asks you if you wish to review any other user information.
Press NO to each question until END OF MENU is displayed.
En d
of
me n u
CHANGING OR ENTERING DETECTOR DESCRIPTIONS.
If no descriptions have been programmed, each alarm sensor will be identified by its
zone and device number.
A 16 character description may be entered if preferred to make identification easier.
To key in a description.
1.
Key in your 4 digit PIN number.
2.
Display shows
Sh o w
ma n a g e r ' s
menu?
Press YES.
3.
Display shows
1 6 J u n 1 9 :03: 4 6
Se t
t h e t im e?
Press NO.
4.
Display shows
1 6 J u n 1 9 :03: 4 6
Se t
t h e d at e?
Press NO
5.
Display shows
Re v i e w
des c r i pt i ons ?
Press YES
2
6.
Display shows
De v ice
Zone 1
REVIEW DEVICE DATA
n u m b e r 11
De v ice 1
1.
Key in your 4 digit pin number, wait 3 seconds.
Sh o w
Use the arrow keys to select the device number you require.
8.
ma n a g e r ' s
menu?
Press YES
Press YES if you want to change the description
(NO key takes you out of description programming altogether).
9.
If you press YES the display will delete the current description and will display a choice
of characters.
Use the arrow keys to find the character required and press YES to enter it.
F > G< H
LO U N _
5 8
Review Device
2. Press the NO key
until the LCD displays
Data?
Press YES
3. The display will show
Review Device Data?
Please Wait.
The above diagram shows the letter G selected. Key YES to enter.
4. After this the display willshow
To delete the last letter press the NO key.
11
FRONT DOOR
The number seen in the top right hand corner is the zone and device number.
Find the next character using the arrow keys and YES to enter it.
XX
Repeat until the word is built up and then finish with the end of description character
Characters available:
ABCDEFGHIJKLM NOPQRSTUVWXYZ 0123456789()-+=#?/&∗.,:;'
"Space"
"Space"
"Space"
"END OF DESCRIPTION"
5 This display is now showing
11 = Zone One Device One
XX = The Number of transmissions since the panel was
last set, up to
a
maximum of 94 Note this figure will not equal the number of device
activations
as some conditions will transmit more times than others.
FRONT DOOR is the text description programmed against the relevant device.
6 You can use the arrow keys to look through all the devices on your system or select
a particular device.
DISPLAYING THE SYSTEM LOG
1.
7 When you have looked at all the required devices press either the Yes or the No key
to exit the Menu.
Key in your 4 digit pin number.
2. Press the NO key
until the LCD displays
S ho w
s y s t em
l og?
Press YES
3. The first item in the log is the most recent event
En d
Press the BACK arrow key to move backwards in time.
The arrow keys can be used to move up and down the log.
Press NO key to exit from the log.
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