By-alarm 01700
Installer Manual
By-alarm
01700
24 zone 230 V~ 50/60 Hz control panel
Installation Manual
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1. By-alarm burglar alarm system ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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1.1 System layout…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 5
1.2 System logic …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 6
2. Control panel 01700 ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 7
2.1 Technical characteristics ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 7
2.2 Control panel board …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 8
3. Preconfiguring the control panel …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 9
3.1 Default settings…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 9
3.2 Connections to make …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 9
3.3 Operation……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 10
4. Installation ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 11
4.1 Assembly………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
4.2 Device preventing removal of control panel …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
4.3 Periodic maintenance …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
4.4 Regulatory compliance ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
4.5 Certification coverage…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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5. Power supply unit ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 12
5.1 Cable entry……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
5.2 Fuses …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
5.3 Control panel earth connection ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
5.4 Batteries ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
5.5 Operating current………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
5.6 Criteria for sizing the system …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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6. Connecting the devices ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 16
6.1 RS 485 serial link……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 16
6.2 Connecting 4-wire devices…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 17
6.3 Connecting 5-wire devices…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 17
7. Inputs ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 18
7.1 Control panel…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 18
7.2 Input expansion module and radio frequency interface …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 20
7.3 Addressing the input expansion modules and radio frequency interfaces ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… 20
8. Outputs …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 21
8.1 Relay 1 output………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 21
8.2 Relay 2 output………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 22
8.3 CN10 connector……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 22
9. PSTN communicator 01708 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 23
9.1 PSTN communicator 01708………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 23
9.2 Inserting the board in the control panel……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 23
10. Voice synthesis module 01713.EN……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 23
10.1 Voice synthesis module 01713.EN………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 23
10.2 Inserting the module in the control panel………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 23
10.3 Recording synthesis messages…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 24
11. GSM transmitter/receiver module 01706……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 25
11.1 GSM module 01706…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
11.2 Inserting the module in the control panel…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
11.3 Inserting the GSM module in the control panel……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
11.4 Connecting the aerial…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
11.5 Installing the SIM……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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12. Connector 20478-19478-14478…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 27
12.1 General information…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
12.2 Operation……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
12.3 Connections…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
12.4 Addressing the connectors…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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13. Control panel hardware reset………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 29
13.1 Reset button………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
13.2 DIP-switch SW1……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
13.3 Resetting the Codes………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
13.4 General reset………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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14. Setting the English language ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 30
15. Interfacing with the By-me system …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 31
15.1 Connection diagram …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 31
15.2 Integrating with the By-me system …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 31
15.3 Local and remote maintenance via the By-alarm Manager software ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 31
ANNEX ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 32
I. Wiring …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 33
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1. By-alarm burglar alarm system
1.1 System layout
The By-alarm system consists of a 24-zone control panel (art. 01700) to which are directly connected the wired detectors and the outdoor and indoor sirens; the connectors, keypads and any wired or radio expansion modules are instead connected via the specific RS485 bus.
The RS485 bus of the By-alarm system is built to the RS485 electrical standard and is NOT compatible with the By-me bus. The burglar alarm system can in any
case be interfaced with the By-me system (for full details, please refer to chapter 15).
max 100 m
max 100 m
RADIO FREQUENCY DEVICES
01720 Detector
8 INPUTS
FOR WIRED
DETECTORS
01715 Siren for outdoor use
01700 Control panel
01730 Remote control
max 100 m
max 100 m
01729 Interface
radio frequency
01723 Detector
19496.B Siren for indoor use
max 1000 m with linear wiring (in/out)
max 600 m with star wiring
01705 Keypad
01727 RF Sensor
INSTALLATION TOPOLOGY
Wired connection
for alarms/tamper/
masking
Electric lock
max 100 m
max 100 m
max 100 m
RS485 bus
max 100 m
01710 Module
OUTPUT expansion units
01728 RF detector
Power supply 12 Vdc
01709 Module input
expansion units
01718 Key
to transponder
CENTRALE
19478.B Connector/Shutter
LINEAR: up to 1000 m
(sum of all parts of the laid Bus cables)
CENTRALE
19386.B Control light
01720 Detector
01721 Detector
STAR: up to 600 m
(sum of all parts of the laid Bus cables)
The system is star wired to the control panel that, for the wired inputs, acts as a star centre.
The control panel is equipped with:
• wired inputs (zones 1-8) that let you connect the wired detectors directly to the inputs.
• an RS485 bus to which the following can be connected:
- LED backlit keypad with display (art. 01705)
- 4-input expansion module (art. 01709)
- 4-output expansion module (art. 01710)
- Isolated interface (art. 01711)
- Flush-mounting connector (art. 20478-19478-14478)
- Radio frequency interface (art. 01729)
• connection interfaces to install the following additional modules:
- GSM transmitter/receiver module (art. 01706)
- PSTN communicator (art. 01708)
- Voice synthesis module (art. 01713.EN)
- Interface to Ethernet network (art. 01712)
• connector for programming via PC with By-alarm Manager software through the interfaces and cables (art. 01725)
The control panel is equipped with two relays:
- Relay 1 (dual changeover, of which one potential free and one connected to the 12 V of the power supply) is typically used to command the self-powered outdoor siren
(terminals +S, EXT) and, when fitted, the indoor siren (terminals +S, INT).
- Relay 2 (single changeover, potential free) can be freely programmed depending on the needs of each individual case. Typically it can be associated with the system on/
off status (SET terminal).
The inputs are expandable up to 24 using the input expansion module (art. 01709) or via the radio frequency interface (art. 01729) to be connected to the RS485 bus of
the control panel.
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The freely programmable outputs are expandable up to 24 using the output expansion module (art. 01710) to be connected to the RS485 bus of the control panel.
When configuring, each bus device must be assigned an ID address; these addresses must be assigned sequentially for each device category, ie:
• Keypads 01705 -> ID= from 1 to n
• Connectors 20478-19478-14478 -> ID= from 1 to n
• 4-input expansion modules 01709 and radio frequency interfaces 01729 -> ID = from 1 to n
The 4-input expansion module and the radio frequency interface both belong to the products for input expansion and so the addresses assigned to the devices
of this type connected on the RS485 bus must be sequential and correlated (for full details see par. 7.3).
• 4-output expansion modules 01710 -> ID = from 1 to n
During configuration, you must assign ID=1 to the first device in each category and then continuing sequentially.
Example of addressing a system with control panel 01700:
■ 2 keypads 01705 -> ID keypad 1=1, ID keypad 2=2.
■ 3 connectors 20478-19478-14478 -> ID connector 1=1, ID connector 2=2, ID connector 3=3.
■ 1 4-input expansion module 01709 -> ID=1.
■ 1 radio interface 01729 configured with 8 inputs -> ID=2.
■ 1 4-output expansion module 01710 -> ID=1.
Addressing is also performed with the By-alarm Manager software via the Devices menu by selecting the appropriate device category.
1.2 System logic
Area:
The Area is a set of zones (detectors) of the system.
The control panel can manage up to 8 different areas.
Within each area, 3 connection modes (partitioning) are then defined: ON, INT and PAR.
The zones belonging to the area are thus assigned to one or more connection modes.
The system allows a given area to be connected in one (and only one) of the ON, INT or PAR modes; once an area is connected using one of these
modes, it can only be disconnected.
Example:
Suppose you have a system consisting of a few zones of outdoor detectors (e.g. volumetric detectors for the garden), some zones with perimeter detectors (such
as contacts for windows/roller shutters) and finally a day zone and a night zone with indoor volumetric detectors (e.g. dual technology detectors (art. 2047919479-14479)).
You define a single area (in this case it can be considered as the system itself) with the three connection modes:
• ON = all zones (total connection)
• INT = zones with outdoor detectors and perimeter detectors
• PAR = zones with outdoor detectors, perimeter and volumetric detectors for the day zone.
When leaving home you put the area into ON mode (total connection).
When you are at home and you want to protect the outdoor setting you put the area into INT mode (outdoor and perimeter detectors).
When it's bedtime you put the area into PAR mode so as to be able to move about freely in the night zone while the external, perimeter and volumetric detectors of
the day zone are all active.
In each case, when the area is connected using any mode, it can only be totally disconnected.
The control panel lines can also be programmed as external arming inputs, both total and partial. The control panel accepts "pulse" commands, that affect the
control panel both as regards external arming performed by unbalancing the lines programmed as arming inputs and for those performed by the weekly scheduler
integrated in the control panel.
Pulse command.
Momentary unbalancing of a programmed line in one of the arming modes will cause the control panel to switch on; a subsequent momentary unbalancing will
bring it back into the OFF state. With this type of command you can control switching on from various points (for example: switch on with the keypad and off with
an external command or the scheduler) independently.
In this way any external switch-on command can be used, such as card readers or radio transmitters that will need to have the same level of performance as the
control panel and need to be installed with the decoding board inside the control panel enclosure.
By appropriately programming the active outputs, you can control external circuit test signals indicating the bypassed zone and system armed signals indicating an
alarm.
User management:
Each user is recognised by the system through a 4 to 6 digit PIN set during the system installation phase.
You can accurately define the operations that can be carried out by each user (for example ON/INT/PAR connection, disconnection) and the areas in which actions
can be performed. A zone can belong to more than one area.
The possibility to create several areas, by defining the connection mode (flexible with respect to the zones), and the timely management of user rights make for an
extremely flexible system.
Several areas can in fact be used to:
- Manage parts of the system separately using one single control panel; you can configure 2 areas with different zones and define the users who can control any
given area.
- Increase the connection modes: more than one area can be defined with the same zones (or zone subsets) and with different connection modes; this increases
the total connection modes that are available and that can therefore be linked to the various users.
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2. Control panel 01700
Microprocessor control panel with 8 input lines, expandable to 24 zones, management with the keypad 01705 and with connector 20478-19478-14478, designed for connecting to PSTN communicator 01708 and installing the voice synthesis module 01713.EN and the GSM transmitter/receiver module mod. 01706. The backlit display
allows the user to communicate easily and directly with regard to all system management functions.
The PSTN communicator 01708 can manage digital communications of all events, both alarm and technical events, to computers and control centres; the voice synthesis module 01713.EN lets you send all communications, both alarm and technical ones, by voice, combining pre-recorded messages.
The programming can be done in the following ways:
• via pc equipped with By-alarm Manager software that connects directly to the control panel using the interfaces and cables 01725;
• using the facilitated menus of the keypad 01705;
• with two-way connection over the phone line (this requires the By-me Web Server being installed in the system).
CAUTION: The control panel is supplied already preconfigured for an initial coverage of 6 zones as illustrated in Chapter 3.
2.1 Technical characteristics
Input lines
• 8, expandable to 24, with single, double or triple balance (with detector masking recognition)
• 1 tamper-proof protection line
Areas
• inputs that can be linked to 8 AREAS
Keypads
• up to 4 can be connected over bus RS485
• direct signalling via LED of the power supply status, system status and circuit test
Connectors:
• No. 4 connectors 20478-19478-14478 that can be connected over bus RS485
Outputs
• No. 2 separately programmable alarm relays, one of which with 2 positive safety exchanges
Input modules
• input expansion module 01709 with 4 input lines of single, double or triple balance (with detector masking recognition). The maximum number of modules 01729 that can be installed is 4 (valid data if there are no radio frequency interfaces 01729).
• radio frequency interface 01729 with 8 or 16 radio zones of single or double balance with management of detector supervision,
programmable using the same modes as the standard zones. The maximum number of interfaces 01729 that can be installed is 1 in
the case of 16-channel configuration and 2 in the case of 8-channel configuration (valid data if there are no input expansion modules
01709).
Output modules
• output expansion module 01710 with 4 outputs with programmable voltage free exchange relay (3 A 24 V). The maximum number of
modules 01710 that can installed is 6.
Macro
• No. 20 macro-instructions with 10 commands each, which can be activated via:
- zone displacement and alarm, system event
- programmable time switch
- user RFA function
Codes
• 50 User Codes with programmable function limitation
• 50 Emergency Codes
• 1 Installation Code
Activation
• 3 activation modes for each Area (ON, INT, and PAR)
• the possibility of external activations with proximity reader in 3 modes for each Area
• by User Telemanagement, guided by voice menu or SMS via the By-phone and By-web apps
• via hourly/weekly programmable time switch in the 3 modes for each Area
Clock
• weekly clock with 32 daily operations and exclusion management
• possibility of switching on and off, code and keypad restriction, macro activation
• time and status activation of active outputs
Telephone
• 16 phone numbers for communication with protocols:
- SIA for communications with standard SIA receivers
- SIA for communications with standard CONTACT receivers
• voice synthesis module 01713.EN with voice protocol for automatic communication, allowing for all alarm and control panel functions
to be sent to private Users
• transmitter/receiver module 01706 for automatic communications that enables sending all the protocols over a GSM network and,
via SMS text messages, all the alarm and control functions of the control panel
Programming
• using the keypad with simplified menus and error management
• via computer with interactive connection via the By-alarm Manager software for Windows operating systems.
Power supply unit
• 13.8 Vdc 1.5 A actual total with low battery charge and mains voltage failure signalling
Battery that can be
housed
• 12 Vdc 7 Ah or 12 Vdc 18Ah flammability class UL94-HB
Environmental
conditions
• -10..+40°C
Enclosure
• Dimensions: 322 x 350 x 115 mm. - Weight: 3.5 kg.
Degree of safety
• 2 (EN 50131-3, EN 50131-6)
Ambient class
• II (EN 50131-3, EN 50131-6)
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ANTENNA
2.2 Control panel board
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CN2
1
LD1
20
CN1
CN1
CN2
PB1
20
1 2 3 4 5 6
CN3
ON
SW1
F3
F4
F5
1
CN2
250V
250V
250V
3.15A
3.15A
3.15A
CN5
CN4
OFF
1 2 3 4
CN4
S2
ON
SW1
250V
3.15A
1
250V
OFF
CN3
1
S1
3.15A
10
F2
20
F1
20
CN5
BATTERIA
TAMPER
12V
T T
A
B
ALLARME RELÈ 1
+S +S
EXT INT NC NO C
RELÈ 2
NC NO C
C
12V
12V
LINEE 1 - 4
L
1
D
L
2
L
3
L
4
E
LINEE 5 - 8
L
5
L
6
L
7
RS 485
L
8
A B
D
E
F
A: Self-powering battery terminals.
B: Tamper-proof line.
C: Output RELAY 1. Positive safety relays, with double exchange, with 1A capacity each. A voltage free exchange is provided at the output where C is the
common, NC is the normally closed exchange and NO is the normally open one; the other one is provided already polarized for connecting the selfpowered sirens and the optional non-self-powered internal sirens.
-/+: power supply for recharging the batteries of the self-powered sirens; the positive is protected by the 3.15A 250V fuse F3.
+S ext: c
ommand positive for the self-powered sirens; it constantly provides a positive which fails in the event of an alarm and is protected by the
3.15A 250V fuse F4.
+S int: power supply positive for the optional non-self-powered sirens; it provides a positive in the event of an alarm and is protected by the 3.15A
250V fuse F4.
D: Output RELAY 2. Non-positive safety relay, with exchange with 1A capacity. The voltage-free exchange is provided at the output where C is the common, NC is the
normally closed exchange and NO is the normally open one.
E: Input lines configurable individually or with double or triple balancing; there are also the 12 Vdc power supply outputs for any detectors.
F: RS485 bus line.
• CN1 CN2: Connectors for GSM transmitter/receiver module 01706
• CN3: Connector for configuration interface 01725 or for Ethernet (LAN) network interface for remote supervision/control over IP 01712 combined with
the web server 01945-01946.
• CN4: Connector for voice synthesis module 01713.EN
• CN5: Connector for PSTN communicator 01708
• S1: Tear-proof bypassing
• S2: Opening bypassing
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3. Preconfiguring the control panel
The control panel 01700 is supplied already pre-configured for an initial coverage of 6 zones (expandable to 24) to make a basic system; the devices for constructing and
commissioning this basic system are as follows:
• 1 keypad with display art. 01705;
• 2 dual-technology surface-mounting detectors with anti-masking and anti-crawl detection art. 01721;
• 4 flush-mounting magnetic contacts art. 01820;
• 1 siren for outdoor use art. 01715.
CAUTION: Where there is a need for any configuration other than the default one, use the keypad 01705 or the By-alarm Manager software to view the parameter
menu to change the settings according to the relevant installation requirements.
3.1 Default settings
The control panel is configured as follows:
• Configured areas: Area 1
• Name assigned to Area 1: Dwelling
• Zones into which Area 1 has been divided: 6
• Devices linked to zones and their configuration:
Zone No.
Zone name
Linked detector
Type of balancing and resistors
Detection modes
1
Entrance door
Magnetic contact art. 01820
Single - 3k3 Ω
Delayed (in 30 s, out 30 s)
2
Window 1
Magnetic contact art. 01820
Single - 3k3 Ω
Instant
3
Window 2
Magnetic contact art. 01820
Single - 3k3 Ω
Instant
4
Window 3
Magnetic contact art. 01820
Single - 3k3 Ω
Instant
5
-
-
-
-
6
-
-
-
-
7
Day sensor
Detector art. 01721
Triple - 3k3, 4k7, 15k Ω
Instant
8
Night sensor
Detector art. 01721
Triple - 3k3, 4k7, 15k Ω
Instant
• Relay 2 of the control panel: System status (Area 1 on)
• Installer code: 123456 (to change the configuration)
• User code: code 1=111111 (with "administrator" profile)
3.2 Connections to make
The following figures illustrate how to connect the devices for constructing the basic system.
SIREN FOR OUTDOOR USE 01715
01700
TAMPER
T T
12V
ALLARME RELÈ 1
+S +S
EXT INT NC NO C
RELÈ 2
NC NO C
01715
12V
12V
LINEE 1 - 4
L
1
L
2
L
3
L
+ –
CM BT T
T
4
3k3 Ω
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MAGNETIC CONTACTS 01820
Single balancing is achieved by inserting a 3k3 Ω resistor in series with the contact.
01700
TAMPER
12V
T T
ALLARME RELÈ 1
+S +S
EXT INT NC NO C
12V
RELÈ 2
12V
LINEE 1 - 4
L
NC NO C
L
1
2
L
L
3
4
01820
3k3 Ω
01820
3k3 Ω
01820
3k3 Ω
01820
3k3 Ω
DUAL TECHNOLOGY DETECTORS 01721
Triple balancing is accomplished by inserting the jumpers linked to the 3k3, 4k7 and 15k resistors on the detector.
J1
TEOL
2K2
8K2
12K
15K
1K
2K2
3K3
4K7
5K6
6K8
1K
2K2
3K3
4K7
5K6
6K8
TAMPER
12V
T T
ALLARME RELÈ 1
+S +S
EXT INT NC NO C
RELÈ 2
NC NO C
ALARM
TAMPER
01700
MASK
01721
12V
12V
LINEE 1 - 4
L
1
L
2
L
3
L
4
12 V
LINEE 5 - 8
L
5
L
6
L
7
L
SET
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TAMPER ALARM
EOL
DEOL
MASK
TEOL
J1
TEOL
2K2
8K2
12K
15K
1K
2K2
3K3
4K7
5K6
6K8
1K
2K2
3K3
4K7
5K6
6K8
ALARM
TAMPER
MASK
01721
12 V
3.3 Operation
The control panel's default configuration provides for the following connection modes:
• ON = Total system activation.
• INT = Activation of zones 1, 2, 3 and 4.
• PAR = Activation of zones 1, 2, 3, 4 and 7.
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SET
TAMPER ALARM
EOL
DEOL
MASK
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4. Installation
4.1 Assembly
Fix the metal box to the wall using 4 screws attached to the 6 mm diameter wall plugs in the holes at the top and bottom corners of the rear wall of the box.
4.2 Control panel tear-proof device*
To activate the tear-proof device use the spring supplied and a plug with screw.
Screw the screw in leaving a distance of approximately 10 mm between the wall and the screw head, as shown in the figure.
Slide the spring onto the tear-proof button and fit the metal box to the wall; then remove the jumper S1.
Insertion of the
spring supplied
approx. 10 mm
* N.B.: For Grade 2 devices (EN 50131-3) the tear-proof function is optional.
4.3 Periodic maintenance
Periodic maintenance is required for the installed battery in compliance with the above tables.
When suitably programmed, the control panel can communicate the need to change the battery.
If the control panel has not been programmed to send communications relating to battery status, check the state of the battery charge once a year.
4.4 Compliance with regulations
EN 50131-3, EN 50131-6, EN 50131-10, EN 50136-2.
Direttiva BT. Direttiva EMC
Norme EN 60950-1, EN 50130-4, EN 61000-6-3
4.5 Certification coverage
The IMQ security systems certification covers all the items of the burglar alarm system except for the following devices:
- Radio frequency interface 01729
- Interface to Ethernet network 01712
IMPORTANT: For the IMQ security systems certification not to elapse, it is necessary to ensure that all the system's devices are protected against tampering:
- see the relevant instructions for the detectors;
- for the expansion modules (art. 01709-01710) and the isolated By-alarm interface (art. 01711), install the boards inside boxes equipped with anti-tamper
and tear-proof devices such as the metal casing of the control panel (art. 01700) or of the additional power supply unit (art. 01717) or in the tear-proof box
(art. 01714);
- if the system requires using additional power supply units (art. 01830), they must be installed in boxes equipped with anti-tamper and tear-proof devices
and the input equipped with 3.3 kΩ balancing resistors must be taken to a line of the control panel or to a suitably configured 4-input expansion module
(art. 01709).
- for articles 01706 and 01708, the periodic communication must take place every 25 hours. To this end, program the SELF-TEST PERIOD parameter
(Controls/Power Supply menu of the keypad 01705) to a value of 25 and then select the phone numbers for receiving the communication (Phone/Linked
events/Self-test menu of the keypad 01705). For further details, please see the control panel programming manual.
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Power supply unit
5. Power supply unit
The control panel's power supply unit is stabilized on 13.8 V dc and delivers a current of 1.5 A.
Technical characteristics of the power supply unit
Mains power supply
230 V~ (+10% -15%) 50 Hz
Stabilised voltage
rated 13.8 V dc (± 2%)
Control panel absorption from the mains at 230 V~ -15%
Control panel absorption from the mains at 230 V~ +10%
Control panel absorption at 12 V dc
with no load
51 mA
maximum
225 mA
with no load
75 mA
maximum
240 mA
maximum
82 mA
5.1 Cable entry
The mains power supply cables must enter through the hole nearest to the 230 V~ connection terminal block, to which they must be fixed without having been consolidated by soldering and they must have been inserted in advance into an additional sheath in order to ensure double insulation.
The connection to the electric mains must comply with the national plant engineering regulations and, in particular, in harmony with current standards, there must be an
overcurrent circuit breaker with a high breaking capacity (1500 A) upstream of the connection to the control panel.
If other holes are used for routing the cables, it is necessary to use
cable outlets or junction fittings for pipe or sheath constructed with materials of flammability class HB or higher.
5.2 Fuses
Input fuse 230V~:
F1: F3.15A - 250V
F2: F3.15A - 250V
F3: F3.15A - 250V
F4: F3.15A - 250V
F5: F3.15A - 250V
T 315mA-250V. Located directly on the mains voltage terminals.
ALTERNATING INPUT
BATTERY POLARITY REVERSAL
POWER SUPPLY FOR THE DETECTORS AND SIREN
COMMAND OF SIREN FOR INDOOR AND OUTDOOR USE
RS485 BUS LINE POWER SUPPLY
5.3 Control panel earth connection
For the earth connection you need to use the specific terminal located under the transformer by the connection of its mains power supply; the cover should also be
earthed, using the Faston terminal.
Caution: correct earthing protects the control panel and all its devices from faults caused by electrical and atmospheric discharges and in particular ensures the integrity
of the telecommunications network.
EARTH CONNECTION
5.4 Batteries
• The batteries used must be the 12 V sealed lead acid type with a minimum flammability class of V2.
• Suitable batteries: 12 Vdc 7.2 Ah or 12 Vdc 18 Ah.
• The cables for connecting the battery are designed for Faston connectors. For the screw connection, the Faston connector must be cut and eyelet terminals must
be fixed to the ends of the cables.
CAUTION: DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF THE BATTERY IS REPLACED WITH ONE OF THE WRONG TYPE. DISCARD USED BATTERIES BY FOLLOWING THE
INSTRUCTIONS.
WARNING:
Dispose of batteries in the specific
differentiated collection bins.
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5.5 Operating current
The operating current and autonomy in compliance with EN50131 for external loads (guaranteed system autonomy 12h) depends on the battery for self-powering the
control panel, according to the table below.
Table 1 - Available current for systems complying to EN50131
Internal battery of 7.2 Ah
Available current for powering the system
500 mA
Internal battery of 18 Ah
Available current for powering the system
500 mA
The maximum operating current for external loads is given in the following table and the maximum time for charging the battery to 80% capacity is 29 hours.
Table 2 - Available current for non-compliant systems
Internal battery of 7.2 Ah
Internal battery of 18 Ah
Caution:
Available current for powering the system
1,120 mA
Current for recharging battery
277 mA
Available current for powering the system
550 mA
Current for recharging battery
847 mA
To guarantee compliance to EN50131 standard, it is necessary to keep to the values given in table 1.
Failure to observe the above requirements invalidates the type approval.
IMPORTANT: If the previous requirements are not met it is possible to add to the system an additional power supply unit (art. 01717) equipped with an
internal battery that enables redistributing the power supply for the devices and thus making the system compliant with EN50131.
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5.6 Criteria for sizing the system
This subsection illustrates the flowchart with the criteria to follow for correctly sizing the system in relation to the desired autonomy and the consumption of the devices
in the By-alarm system.
START
YES
NO
Must the system
comply with EN50131?
7.2Ah
Available current for expansion
modules and detectors < 500mA
Available current for expansion
modules and detectors
< 1120mA
Size of Autonomy
of Battery ?
18Ah
Available current for expansion
modules and detectors
< 550mA
Calculation of necessary current
to power the system in case
of maximum absorption
YES
Available current >
Necessary current ?
NO
Add an additional power
supply unit 01717 to the system
7.2Ah
Size of Autonomy
of Battery 01717 ?
Available current increases
by another 1200mA for each
additional power supply unit
18Ah
Available current increases
by another 550mA for each
additional power supply unit
END
CAUTION: To size the system correctly you must always consider the maximum consumption; this condition varies according to the number of devices in the
system and the configuration made.
Generally, you should pay attention to the condition of total connection and alarm activated.
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Table 3 - Devices in the By-alarm system and their consumption
Article
Description
01705
LED backlit By-alarm keypad with display
01706
GSM transmitter/receiver module
01708
PSTN communicator
01709
4-input expansion module
01710
4-output expansion module
Notes
Absorption
Display on
105 mA
Stand-by
16 mA
On a call
350 mA
Stand-by
60 mA
In operation
70 mA
18 mA
Max
83 mA
Each active output increases
the consumption by the value
indicated alongside
17 mA
To outputs that are not active
15 mA
01711
Isolated By-alarm interface
25 mA
01712
By-alarm interface to the Ethernet network
190 mA
01713.EN
Voice synthesis module
10 mA
01715
01720
01721
01722
By-alarm siren for outdoor use
Dual technology By-alarm detector, anti-masking detection, PET immune
Dual technology By-alarm detector, anti-masking and anti-crawl detection
Dual technology By-alarm curtain detector
01723
By-alarm dual technology IP54 curtain detector for outdoor use
01724
By-alarm water detector
01729
By-alarm radio frequency interface
20478-19478-14478
By-alarm connector/partitioning
20479-19479-14479
By-alarm passive infrared and microwave presence detector
20496-19496-14496
By-alarm siren for indoor use
In an alarm condition (current sup1.5 A
plied by the external battery)
While charging the battery
60 mA
Stand-by
30 mA
Max
40 mA
Stand-by
30 mA
Max
40 mA
Stand-by
30 mA
Max
40 mA
Stand-by
-
Max
70 mA
Stand-by
60 mA
Max with LEDs on
80 mA
3.5 mA
Max with LEDs off
40 mA
In the phase of reading
42 mA
With LEDs off
20 mA
Max
28 mA
Stand-by
15 mA
In an alarm condition
110 mA
Stand-by
18 mA
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6. Connecting the devices
6.1 RS 485 serial link
The control panel is equipped with a serial port for connecting the RS485 bus of the devices such as, for instance, the keypads and the input and output expansion
modules.
The RS 485 serial link uses the following connection signals:
• Serial power supply + and - at 12 V dc SELV
• Differential signals A and B
• DE direction enabling signal
The DE signal is only needed when the isolated By-alarm interface is inserted in the system for regenerating the RS485 bus signal (art. 01711); in this regard, note
the difference between the 4-wire bus (+,-, A and B) and the 5-wire bus (+, -, A, B and DE).
IMPORTANT: Do NOT connect the RS485 bus of the By-alarm system to that of the By-me system. An accidental connection could damage the system.
• The wiring of the RS485 bus can be made with free topology and you can then make all the relevant shunting, however it is recommended to make a direct
connection wherever possible.
• The maximum permissible length of the wiring is 600 m (the sum of all the lengths of bus laid out) or 1000 m if using the direct connection.
• The isolator/repeater module art. 01711 lets you expand the RS485 bus to get another 600 m of cable to use for the wiring.
EXAMPLE OF WIRING TOPOLOGY
Direct wiring (in-out) max 1000 m
Star wiring max 600 m
N.B. Even if the RS485 bus lets you make any kind of topological combination, it is advisable to use those with direct wiring as they provide a higher level
of transmission performance.
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6.2 Connecting 4-wire devices
The various devices can be connected either on the RS485 bus or in parallel with the conductors, respecting the abbreviations on the terminals of the control panel
and of the devices, ie:
• + with +
• - with • A with A
• B with B
The 12 V dc power supply requires using 0.50 mm2 conductors and the signals A and B 0.22 mm2; the shielding must be connected to the negative terminal on the
control panel side.
For the wiring, it is necessary to use halogen-free shielded cables suitable for installation with Category 1 power cables (U0 = 400 V). The VIMAR connection cable
articles to use for the RS 485 serial link and the wired connection of the devices are as follows:
• art. 01733 (2x0.50 mm2+2x0.22 mm2)
• art. 01734 (2x0.50 mm2+4x0.22 mm2)
IMPORTANT: The cable shield must be connected only at the end of the control panel or of the additional power supply and connected to the negative
terminal of the supply voltage. The connection cables for the By-alarm system are compliant for routing with the power supply cables of the mains voltage;
however, we recommend you to lay the connection cables in a dedicated raceway and avoid laying in parallel with the power supply cables and particularly
with cables of inverters and loads such as pumps, burners, ballasts, motors, etc., especially for long distances.
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CN5
RS 485
A B
D
E
6.3 Connecting 5-wire devices
For connecting the 5-wire devices, the same requirements as for connecting the 4-wire devices apply, except for the following:
• The maximum length of wiring for the DE signal is 2 m for all devices except for the keypad (art. 01705) where the maximum length is 600 m.
• The various DE signals of the devices must NOT be connected together but must only be connected to the relevant terminal of the isolated By-alarm interface
that can accommodate at most 6 of them.
• It is not possible to connect other devices with a 4-wire connection in the 5-wire stretches of bus.
For all the details, please see the Annex in this manual on wiring.
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7. Inputs
7.1 Control panel
The control panel 01700 has 8 input lines, which can be configured individually for single, double and triple balancing. With double balancing it is possible, for each line
and with only two wires, to have separate detection of the alarm and of tampering; whereas, with triple balancing it is possible to detect masking of the detectors as well.
Each input line corresponds to one zone of the system.
In the same terminal block there are the 12 V dc power supply outputs of any detectors; both outputs are protected by a fuse F3 - 3.15A 250V.
Pay attention not to exceed the maximum absorption contemplated for each single power supply terminal.
12V
12V
LINEE 1 - 4
L
1
L
2
L
3
L
LINEE 5 - 8
L
4
5
L
6
L
7
L
8
For the wiring of the wired detectors, it is necessary to use halogen-free shielded cables suitable for installation with Category 1 power cables (U0 = 400 V). The VIMAR
connection cable codes to use for the wired connection of the devices are as follows:
• art. 01732 (2x0.22 mm2)
• art. 01733 (2x0.50 mm2+2x0.22 mm2)
• art. 01734 (2x0.50 mm2+4x0.22 mm2)
• art. 01735 (2x0.50 mm2+6x0.22 mm2)
• IMPORTANT: The cable shield must be connected only at the end of the control panel or of the additional power supply and connected to the negative terminal
of the supply voltage. The connection cables for the By-alarm system are compliant for routing with the power supply cables of the mains voltage; however, we
recommend you to lay the connection cables in a dedicated raceway and avoid laying in parallel with the power supply cables and particularly with cables of
inverters and loads such as pumps, burners, ballasts, motors, etc., especially for long distances.
• The wiring of the detectors/contacts to the inputs, both directly in the control panel and in the expansion modules, must not exceed 100 m in a residential setting
and 50 m in an industrial one.
CAUTION: We do not recommend connecting multiple contacts in series because you would lose the ability to distinguish the contact that may be open or tampered with. This recommendation applies all the more to detectors because, in addition to managing alarm signalling, they also signal tampering and anti-masking
(double or triple input balancing) and this cannot occur if the devices are connected in series on the same input.
• IMPORTANT: The balancing resistors, if not already fitted, must be located in the enclosure of the wired detector.
7.1.1 Anti-tampering
The terminals of the anti-tampering line of the control panel are marked TT. This line is dedicated to anti-tampering for various components in the system (sirens for indoor
and outdoor use, etc.) and must be balanced with a 3.3 kΩ resistor (orange, orange, red).
TAMPER
12V
3.3 kΩ
T T
N.B.: • the anti-tampering line cannot be bypassed via the keypad and, so, must always have the balancing resistor.
• the push-buttons protecting against opening and against tearing the control panel off the wall that are located on the board can be temporarily bypassed by closing the respective jumpers alongside the buttons.
• if multiple devices are connected to the same tamper panel line, all the N.C. contacts must be connected in series and there must only be one balancing resistor
of 3.3 kΩ or the sum of the resistors of the single devices must be equal to that value.
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Caution:
•K
eying in the Installer Code inhibits every alarm, therefore also all the tamper-proof protections will be blocked.
• Bypassing a line via the keypad bypasses the zone's alarm detection function but not the related tamper-proof protection
7.1.2 Single balancing
When programming the line for single balancing, you need to connect a 3.3 kΩ resistor (orange, orange, red) in series with the normally closed contact. The single balancing configuration manages two different types of alarm and needs a line of the control panel and of the tamper input of the control panel itself; in the case of a tamper
alarm, the warning will be generic and it will not be possible to distinguish which device has generated it.
To the Tamper input of
the control panel
3.3 kΩ
ALARM
3.3 kΩ
TAMPER
To the alarm input of
the control panel
7.1.3 Double balancing
When programming the line for double balancing, two resistors must be connected, one of 3.3 kΩ (orange, orange, red) in series with the line and the other of 4.7 kΩ
(yellow, purple, red) in parallel with the alarm contact. This configuration manages two different types of alarm and needs just one line of the control panel; in the case of
a tamper alarm, it will be possible to identify the device that generated it.
TAMPER
ALARM
3.3 kΩ
To the alarm input of
the control panel
4.7 kΩ
7.1.4 Triple balancing
If the detector is equipped with a masking detection output, it is possible to have the control panel recognize this status too; three resistors must be connected, one
of 3.3 kΩ that detects tampering (orange, orange, red) in series with the line, another of 4.7 kΩ (yellow, purple, red) in parallel with the alarm contact and another
of 15 kΩ (brown, green, orange) in parallel with the anti-masking contact. This configuration occupies just one line of the control panel and manages three different
types of alarm.
MASKING
TAMPER
ALARM
3.3 kΩ
To the alarm input of
the control panel
15 kΩ
4.7 kΩ
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7.2 Input expansion module and radio frequency interface
• The input expansion module 01709 is connected to the control panel via the RS485 bus; this enables increasing the number of wired inputs above the 8 present in
the control panel.
Each module 01709 is equipped with 4 inputs that are individually configurable for single, double and triple balancing. For the wired connection between the input
expansion module 01709 and the detectors, the same considerations given in subsection 7.1 apply.
• The radio frequency interface 01729 is connected to the control panel via the RS485 bus; this enables integrating within the system all the radio devices such as the
detectors 01727 and 01728 and the remote control 01730.
Each interface 01729, depending upon how it is configured, can have 8 or 16 inputs.
7.3 Addressing the input expansion modules and radio frequency interfaces
Since both the input expansion modules and the radio frequency interfaces belong to the category of devices that occupy the wired zones that can be managed by
the control panel (up to 24), it is necessary to address the lines correctly in relation to the number of modules 01709 and interfaces 01729 installed in the system.
To address the lines correctly, bear in mind the following:
• There are 8 control panel input lines and therefore the addresses from 1 to 8 are exclusive of these lines (even if some of them are not used).
• The addresses assigned to the input lines of module 01709 or interface 01729 thus start from 9 upwards.
• The input lines of module 01709 must always have different addresses to those of the lines of the interface 01729.
• The addresses of the input lines of modules 01709 and interface 01729 that are not used must in any case be counted.
• The total addresses of the input lines (modules 01709 + interfaces 01729) can reach up to 24.
ADDRESS EXAMPLES
1) Suppose you have a system containing the control panel 01700 to which are connected in succession:
- 1 input expansion module 01709;
- 1 radio interface 01729 configured with 8 inputs.
The addresses to assign will be the following:
- ID=1 for module 01709 whose input lines will be 9-10-11-12
- ID=2 for radio interface 01729 whose input lines will be 13-14-15-16-17-18-19-20
2) Suppose you have a system containing the control panel 01700 to which are connected in succession:
- 1 input expansion module 01709;
- 1 radio interface 01729 configured with 8 inputs;
- 1 input expansion module 01709.
The addresses to assign will be the following:
- ID=1 for the first module 01709 whose input lines will be 9-10-11-12
- ID=2 for radio interface 01729 whose input lines will be 13-14-15-16-17-18-19-20
- ID=3 for the second module 01709 whose input lines will be 21-22-23-24
3) Suppose you have a system containing the control panel 01700 to which are connected in succession:
- 1 radio interface 01729 configured with 16 inputs;
The addresses to assign will be the following:
- ID=1 for radio interface 01729 whose input lines will be 9-10-11-12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19-20-21-22-23-24.
CAUTION: The assigned ID addresses are also those to which reference must be made when the By-alarm Manager software or keypad 01705 are used. For
example, if an interface 01729 has been assigned ID=1 and an input expansion module 01709 ID=2, when you enter the menu CONFIGURATION- BUS PROGRAMMING of the keypad you need to key in bus address “1” for the interface 01709 and "2" for the input expansion module 01709.
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8. Outputs
The control panel has two alarm output relays with independent programming.
8.1 Relay 1 output
This is a positive safety relay, with double exchange, with 1A capacity each. A voltage free exchange is provided at the output where C is the common, NC is the
normally closed exchange and NO is the normally open one; the other one is provided already polarized for connecting the self-powered sirens and the optional nonself-powered internal sirens.
The following figure illustrates the internal connection of the terminals to the board as described above:
12V
ALLARME RELÈ 1
+S +S
EXT INT NC NO C
-/+:
power supply for recharging the batteries of the self-powered sirens; the positive is protected by the 3.15A 250V fuse F3.
+S ext:command positive for the self-powered sirens; it constantly provides a positive which fails in the event of an alarm and is protected by the 3.15A 250V fuse
F4.
+S int: power supply positive for the optional non-self-powered sirens; it provides a positive in the event of an alarm and is protected by the 3.15A 250V fuse F4.
EXAMPLE OF CONNECTING THE CONTROL PANEL WITH THE SIREN FOR OUTDOOR USE 01715
01700
TAMPER
T T
12V
ALLARME RELÈ 1
+S +S
EXT INT NC NO C
RELÈ 2
NC NO C
01715
12V
12V
LINEE 1 - 4
L
1
L
2
L
3
L
+ –
CM BT T
T
4
3k3 Ω
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EXAMPLE OF CONNECTING THE CONTROL PANEL WITH THE SIREN FOR INDOOR USE 20496-19496-14496
01700
TAMPER
12V
T T
ALLARME RELÈ 1
+S +S
EXT INT NC NO C
20496-19496-14496
12V
RELÈ 2
12V
LINEE 1 - 4
L
NC NO C
L
1
L
2
L
3
T
T
INT SET
+ –
4
EXAMPLE OF CONNECTING THE CONTROL PANEL WITH THE SIREN FOR OUTDOOR USE 01715 AND THE SIREN FOR INDOOR USE 20496-19496-14496
01700
TAMPER
12V
T T
ALLARME RELÈ 1
+S +S
EXT INT NC NO C
RELÈ 2
NC NO C
01715
12V
12V
LINEE 1 - 4
L
L
1
2
L
3
L
4
+ –
CM BT T
20496-19496-14496
T
T
T
INT SET
+ –
*
*Jumper D closed on 1 and 2
8.2 Relay 2 output
This is a non-positive safety relay, with exchange with 1A capacity. The voltage-free exchange is provided at the output where C is the common, NC is the normally
closed exchange and NO is the normally open one.
ALLARME RELÈ 1
RELÈ 2
NC NO C
8.3 CN10 connector
Spare terminal.
1
10
D
E
CN10
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9. PSTN communicator 01708
9.1 PSTN communicator 01708
The device is a printed circuit board to be combined with the control panel to which it is to be connected
by a flat cable connector, supplied; in this way it will be possible to send any fault or alarm communication over the telephone line.
It can be programmed directly via the keypad connected to the control panel or through the phone line
with an interactive connection.
Available communication protocols include:
1) SIA standard for communications with reception equipment.
2) Contact ID for communications with reception equipment.
9.2 Inserting the board in the control panel
Installation
The dialler's board should be secured and locked on the bottom of the control panel enclosure using the
spacers, supplied, alongside the control panel's printed circuit board.
The board should be firmly secured with screws on the threaded turret; this ensures adequate electrical
continuity between the earth and the negative of the board.
Caution: The trimmers PT1 and PT2 on the digital communicator's board are set in the factory and must
not be rotated for any reason whatsoever.
1
20
CN1
CN2
Connections
The following instructions must be followed meticulously:
1
20
CN4
a) Cut off all electrical power to the control panel.
TELEF
1
b) Plug the telephone dialler's connector into the recessed connector (CN4) alongside the board of the
control panel.
LINEA
B’ A’ B A
CN10
c) Connect the terminals A and B to the external telephone line, upstream of all the telephone devices.
d) Connect the terminals A1 and B1 to the internal phones.
e) Restore power to the control panel by connecting the mains voltage and the self-powering battery of the
control panel.
TELEPHONE
LINE
10. Voice synthesis module 01713.EN
10.1 Voice synthesis module 01713.EN
Electronic circuit for managing voice synthesis messages to send over the telephone line; in this way it
is possible to send all communications for alarms, faults or failures automatically to any phone number,
by means of pre-recorded messages already included in the control panel.
The user can also query the control panel by means of an ordinary telephone to know the status of the
lines and alarms, switch the control panel off and on (if enabled), cut off zones and cut them back in,
check and change his/her telephone numbers, activate and deactivate the active outputs and activate
the macro commands.
10.2 Inserting the module in the control panel
Installation
The voice synthesis board should be inserted directly on the control panel's board by aligning the
special connector on CN5.
1) Insert the board by aligning the module connector with that on the board of the control panel.
2) G
ently press until fully seated, locking the board with the special spacers.
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10.3 Recording synthesis messages
Note
The message to be recorded is related only to the user addresses because all possible alarm, fault or
failure communications are already pre-recorded and entered in the dialler.
a) Insert a standard telephone appliance with DTMF in the plug of the voice synthesis module.
b) Keying the installer code on the keypad takes you into programming mode.
c) Enter the telephone programming menu: VOICE MESSAGE, choose which message to record and
stop at RECORD.
Method 1 - With the phone's keypad
d) Lift the telephone's handset and press KEY 8 to activate the record command.
e) From the moment when you press the button, the recording time starts which has a maximum length
of 10 seconds; the display of the keypad will also show the passage of time.
f) At the end of the message, press KEY 0 on the phone's keypad; in this way you stop recording.
g) To listen to the message, press KEY 5 on the phone's keypad.
If the recording is not satisfactory, you can repeat the entire procedure, resuming it from point d).
Method 2 - With the keypad 01705
d) Press the ENT button on the control panel's keypad to activate the record command.
e) From the moment when you press the button, the recording time starts which has a maximum length of 10 seconds; the display of the keypad will also show the passage of time.
f) Speak into the phone's microphone and, at the end of the message, press the ENT button again; in this way you
stop recording.
g) To listen to the message, go to the programming menu: LISTEN and press ENT.
If the recording is not satisfactory, you can repeat the entire recording procedure, resuming it from point d).
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11. GSM transmitter/receiver module 01706
11.1 GSM module 01706
The control panel can be equipped with a GSM module that enables automatically sending all alarm, failure
or fault communications to any telephone number, with different methods of communication.
The module inserted directly on the control panel's board enables sending communications with:
- Contact ID standard protocol for digital signalling with reception and surveillance centres.
- SMS text message to mobile phones; the messages, already entered into the module, allow for the
communication of any event on the control panel.
- If the voice synthesis module 01713.EN is also installed, it can also signal all events vocally.
The module also lets the User activate the RFA-SMS function, that can be used for telemanagement of
the control panel via simple SMS text messages.
ANTENNA
11.2 Inserting the module in the control panel
1
CN2
1
MODULE
TRANSMITTER/RECEIVER
GSM 01706
LD1
20
CN1
PB1
20
VOICE SYNTHESIS
MODULE 01713.EN
1 2 3 4 5 6
ON
SW1
F3
F4
F5
1
250V
250V
250V
3.15A
3.15A
3.15A
CN3
CN2
250V
3.15A
1
250V
OFF
3.15A
10
F2
20
F1
SW1
1
1 2 3 4
ON
CN4
OFF
20
CN5
BATTERIA
TAMPER
T T
12V
ALLARME RELÈ 1
+S +S
EXT INT NC NO C
RELÈ 2
12V
NC NO C
12V
LINEE 1 - 4
L
1
L
2
L
3
L
4
LINEE 5 - 8
L
5
L
6
L
7
RS 485
L
8
A B
D
E
11.3 Inserting the GSM module in the control panel
Installation
The circuit of the module 01706 has to be inserted directly on the board of the control panel by aligning the special connectors on CN1 and CN2.
1) Insert the board by aligning the module connectors with those on the board of the control panel.
2) Gently press until fully seated, locking the board with the special spacers.
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11.4 Connecting the aerial
The aerial must be secured outside the enclosure, screwing it tight.
Caution: The aerial must not be left free or the interference generated by the GSM transmission could interact with the operation of the control panel.
11.5 Installing the SIM
In order to prevent potential faults, completely disconnect the power supply to the control panel before inserting the SIM card into the slot.
a) To insert or replace the SIM, you need to open the slider by moving the catch securing it on the bottom to the right.
b) Insert the SIM fully into the slider.
c) Close the slider by lowering it completely and fasten it by moving the catch to the left.
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Connector 20478-19478-14478
12. Connector 20478-19478-14478
12.1 General information
The connector uses a recognition system with a unique code based on transponder technology to restrict and control access and operation; the reading key, sealed
and with no battery, is maintenance free.
Completely integrated with the functions of the control panel, it improves the user friendliness of the systems while keeping unchanged the high standards of safety.
Its operation is guided by audible warnings that facilitate performing the operations correctly, which is confirmed by the luminous signals of the LEDs on the connector.
Characteristics
Reading range
• 0.5 cm.
Power supply
• 12 V dc (± 20%)
Absorption
• 20 mA max with LEDs off
• 42 mA max when reading
Conductors
• min. (2 x 0.50 mm2 + 2 x 0.22 mm2) shielded
12.2 Operation
The connector senses the approach of a reading key and, after recognizing the user, it verifies the power status, shows the circuit test status with the green LED
and the system power status with one of the red LEDs.
A courtesy light indicates, even in the dark, the reading point on which the key must be placed.
N.B. The colour of the courtesy light depends on the residential series installed:
- for the Eikon series, amber;
- for the Arkè series, blue;
- for the Plana series, green.
 Circuit test
 Switching ON
 Switching to INT
 Switching to PAR

Courtesy light
Switching ON
Keeping the key on the reading point causes the three red LEDs to light up in sequence. When the LED corresponding to the desired arming mode lights up,
move the key away to confirm switching on the control panel. If correctly programmed, the LEDs will automatically switch off after approximately 2 seconds.
Switching OFF
Keeping the key on the reading point switches off the red LED corresponding to the active arming mode; as a result the control panel will switch off.
Caution: In the event of a malfunction signalled by the connector, you need to go to the keypads to retrieve the pertinent information.
12.3 Connections
• Up to 4 connectors can be connected to the RS485 bus, taking care to observe the abbreviations on the terminals of the control panel and of the connectors, ie
A with A, B with B, etc.
• The power supply requires using conductors of at least 0.50 mm2 and the shielding must be connected to the negative terminal on the control panel side only.
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Connector 20478-19478-14478
12.4 Addressing the connectors
The 4 different possible connectors must be addressed with a different address, like any other device connected to the RS485 bus of the control panel.
IMPORTANT: If there is only one connector you must always give it address 1.
To address each single connector you need to follow this procedure:
a) Completely power down the control panel.
b) Connect the connectors to the RS485 bus as described above and power up the control panel.
c) Press the RESET button located on the side of the connector.
d) Release the RESET button and immediately afterwards press and hold the PROG button for approximately one second. All the LEDs will light up alternately and
the buzzer will emit a long beep.
e) The combination of the lit LEDs shows the current addressing of the connector.
f) Each time the PROG button is then pressed the address of the connector will increase as shown in the table below.
g) Once you reach the desired address, you need to press the RESET button for one second to confirm the programming.
LED
Connector
ON
INT
PAR
Green
Courtesy
 Yellow INT LED
1
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
 Blue PAR LED
2
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
 Green status LED
3
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
Courtesy LED
4
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
 Red ON LED

Note: You need to choose a possible address, according to the control panel to which the connector is connected.
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Control panel hardware reset
13. Control panel hardware reset
13.1 Reset button
Pressing the reset button PB1:
1) Stops any ongoing alarm with the related phone call and cancels all pending phone calls.
2) Does not alter the programming of the control panel in any way.
13.2 DIP-switch SW1
SW1: default position
1
2
3
4
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
5
6
ON
OFF
13.3 Resetting the Codes
To reset the Codes you need to perform the following procedure:
a) Set switch 1 of DIP-switch SW1 to ON.
b) Press and release the reset button PB1.
SW1: position of DIP-switch during the reset procedure
1
2
3
4
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
5
6
ON
OFF
c) After approximately 3 seconds the ALARM relay will start to switch on and off.
d) Set the switch 1 back to OFF, as in the original position.
e) Press and release the button again.
SW1: position of DIP-switch at the end of the reset procedure
1
2
3
4
5
6
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Performing this reset again causes the following changes to the programming and status of the control panel:
1) The Installer's code and all the User Codes are thus taken back to their default values; the table alongside shows the values of the first 15 codes.
Installer
123456
User 1
User 2
User 3
User 4
User 5
111111
222222
333333
444444
555555
User 10
User 6
User 7
User 8
User 9
666666
777777
888888
999999
000000
User 11
User 12
User 13
User 14
User 15
100000
100100
100200
100300
100400
2) Just one keypad is enabled, the one with the address on zero.
3) The telephone is disabled.
4) The control panel is switched off for all the AREAS.
13.4 General reset
For the general reset to the factory values, you need to go into control panel programming mode with the Installer Code and carry out the Default Reset of the dedicated menu.
CAUTION: This operation will take the control panel back to its default configuration in which there is an initial coverage of 6 zones (for full details, please
see chap. 3).
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Setting the English language
14. Setting the English language
To set English on the control panel and on the keypads 01705, carry out the following procedure:
a) Set switch 3 of DIP-switch SW1 to ON.
b) Press and release the reset button PB1.
SW1: position for the English language
1
2
3
4
ON
OFF
OFF
5
6
ON
OFF
OFF
The changes concerning the display of the menus in the set language do not affect the custom names (for example, zone name, area name, system name, etc.).
If you want to replace the custom names with the default names in English, you need to Reset the Programming of the control panel to the default values using the
keypad (for details, please see the relevant programming manual).
To set the Italian language, starting from the English one, simply repeat the above procedure by setting switch 3 of DIP-switch SW1 to OFF.
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Interfacing with the By-me system
15. Interfacing with the By-me system
15.1 Connection diagram
With the Ethernet interface (art. 01712) and the By-me Web Server (art. 01945 or 01946) you can interface the By-alarm burglar alarm system with the By-me automation system.
The burglar alarm control panel (art. 01700) interfaces with the web server via a special encrypted communications protocol with an extremely high degree of security;
the web server, besides providing the user with the graphic interface for managing the control panel, also performs the function of a gateway towards the By-me system.
The web server, moreover, lets installers access the system remotely via a secure communications channel, using the By-alarm Manager software.
LAN
PC with
By-alarm Manager
software
Internet
01725
Cable interface
Connection to Web Server
via browser
Tablet and smartphone
with By-web app
LAN
Router
LAN
Some diagrams of the By-alarm Manager software
01700 Control panel
01712 Ethernet interface
01945 Web Server
21554 Video touchscreen
N.B.: If only the burglar alarm system is present without the By-me one, the connection via PC (on which the configuration/maintenance software is installed)
will be made only through the serial link. On the contrary, if the web server is present, the installer can connect the PC to it both remotely and locally.
Two important features are possible with this type of interfacing:
- Integration of the By-alarm burglar alarm system with the By-me home automation system.
- Local and remote maintenance using the configuration software and secure connection via the web server.
15.2 Integrating with the By-me system
The functions of integration between the burglar alarm system and the By-me system are the following:
- Possibility of controlling and supervising the By-alarm system via the Web Servers (art. 01945 and 01946), touchscreens (21511.1, 21554, 21553.1/.2) and the home
automation module (art. 01965) for the Arké video entryphone (art. 19558).
With these devices it will be possible to view the system status, connect/disconnect areas according to the privileges of the user PIN entered and view the events/
alarms.
- Possibility of controlling the lights via burglar alarm detectors, ie using the dual technology detectors to control the By-me light groups when the relevant zones are not
connected (this function is to be configured on the web server).
- Possibility of using the window contacts to send the standby command to the By-me thermostats (this function is to be configured on the web server).
- Possibility to activate a By-me scenario on the occurrence of an event (connection, disconnection, alarms, etc.) in the intrusion detection alarm system (this function is
to be configured on the web server).
- Possibility to use the By-me logic unit (art. 01468) to create logic programs linked to the status of the areas (total or partial connection, alarm).
15.3 Local and remote maintenance via the By-alarm Manager software
The connection with the web server lets you perform both local and remote maintenance operations, with a secure connection, using the burglar alarm system software.
This operation must be enabled by the user via a specific menu on the web server in order for the installer to maintain full control over access to system programming/
maintenance.
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ANNEX
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By-alarm
Annex - Wiring
I. Wiring
I.I Indications for correctly making the system earth connection and the Structured Cabling.
For the By-alarm system to work properly it is necessary to pay attention to the system's earth connections, ie:
• avoid installations that generate earth currents circulating in the system;
• star point connected earth conductors and connection of the building to earth at a single point (with system contained within 100 m of laying cables);
• use a structured cabling system if the system's dimensions exceed the safety distances for the use of a star point earth connection.
The structured cabling ensures a correct installation when the star connection of the earth conductors is not feasible; in particular, it is necessary when the system
has the following classifications:
• Installations on a single building for system dimensions greater than 100 m such as, for example, apartments on different floors, detached houses, shopping
malls and small industrial sheds where multiple additional power supply units (art. 01717) are installed.
• Installations distributed over multiple buildings such as, for example, detached houses with outbuildings, factories with multiple buildings and warehouses.
If the system comes within one of the above classifications, it is necessary to galvanically isolate two sections of RS485 bus, using the By-alarm interface art.
01711.
The system's classification then determines the type of insulation needed:
- for Installations on a single building wiring is used with Reverse insulation;
- for Installations distributed over multiple buildings wiring is used with Double insulation.
The following flowchart gives indications to identify the correct type of wiring according to the system's topology.
START
NO
Do I need more
than one power supply unit
to power the expansions
on the BUS?
YES
NO
NO
Are there to be any
external stretches of the BUS
with an underground
cable?
YES
Is the Control
Panel-Power Supply Unit
distance greater
than 100 m?
YES
No insulation
Take the power supply of the
01717 (L, N, PE) directly from
the control panel power
supply network
Plan for a system with
double reverse insulation
Plan for a system with
double reverse insulation
END
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I.II Outline for non-insulated multi-power supply wiring
T T
3k3 Ω
TAMPER
TI MC BC
Tamper
F3,15A 250V
F3,15A 250V
F2
F3
+
ALLARME RELÈ 1
+S +S
EXT INT NC NO C
12V–
F1
18V–
RELÈ 2
NC NO C
F3,15A 250V
12V
+
12V
01700
L
1
L
2
L
3
+
L
+
LINEE 1 - 4
01717
4
12V
L
5
L
6
L
7
LINEE 5 - 8
TRANFORMER 40VA IP20
L
8
By-alarm DEVICES
L
N
PE
I.III Outline for reverse insulation wiring.
100 m
SECTOR A
SECTOR B
SECTOR C
SECTOR D
PLAN OF AN INDUSTRIAL SHED CONSISTING OF 4 SECTORS
SECTOR A
SECTOR B
5 wires
4 wires
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SECTOR C
5 wires
SECTOR D
5 wires
By-alarm
Annex - Wiring
antitamper
max 600 m
max 6 expansion
modules
max 2 m
3300 ohm
isolated interface
max 600 m overall
By-alarm control panel
additional power supply unit
IMPORTANT: Reverse insulation is to be used only for connections inside the same building and when the cables of the alarm system are not
underground.
CAUTION: Do not connect the DE signals of the different devices together, but use the special terminal of the isolated interface 01711.
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I.IV Outline for reverse insulation double wiring
INSTALLATION DISTRIBUTED
OVER MULTIPLE BUILDINGS
Building 1
Building 2
Building 4
Building 3
01711
4 wires
Building 1
5 wires
Building 2
Building 3
+ exp
4 wires
01711
5 wires
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5 wires
5 wires
+ exp
5 wires
Building 4
+ exp
5 wires
STRETCH OF BUS POWERED AT 12V
SELV WITH POWER SUPPLY UNIT WITH
DOUBLE INSULATION AND NOT
CONNECTED TO EARTH (ART. 01830).
THE POWER SUPPLY UNIT MUST HAVE A
BUFFER BATTERY AND MUST BE
INSTALLED SO AS TO ENSURE
PROTECTION AGAINST TAMPERING.
By-alarm
Annex - Wiring
Building 1
Building 2
CAUTION: It is not possible
to connect other devices
on this stretch of bus
max 600 m
in antitamper
alarm
antitamper
3300 ohm
01700
By-alarm control panel
max 6 expansion
modules
antitamper
max 2 m
isolated interface
3300 ohm
max
600 m
overall
isolated interface
additional power supply unit
additional power
supply unit 01830
Lead-acid
battery
12V 1Ah
max 1000 m
CAUTION: Do not connect the DE signals of the different devices together, but use the special terminal of the isolated interface 01711.
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