CellSecure Eagle 12 Security System – User Manual

CellSecure Eagle 12 Security System – User Manual
Table of Contents
1. Functions and Operating procedures of the E12 Nuska.......................................... 5
1.1. Modes of Operation
1.1.1 Away mode
1.1.2. Stay mode.......................................................................................... 6
1.1.3. Off Mode
1.1.4. Monitor Mode ..................................................................................... 7
1.1.5. Silent Panic
1.1.6. Panic
1.1.7. Resetting the E12 .............................................................................. 8
1.1.8. Keypad Duress
1.2. Access Control and Security
1.3. Other functions
1.3.1. GAS discharge activation option
1.3.2. Entry and Exit delay
1.4. Restoring Factory Settings........................................................................... 9
1.5. Key com Connection
2. Description of system components........................................................................... 10
2.1. Remote control
2.2. Types of Sensors
2.2.1. Outdoor Passive Infra Red Beam Sensor .......................................... 11
2.2.2. Indoor Passive Infra Red Wide Angle Sensors .................................. 12
2.2.3. Mini Passive Infrared Medium power
2.2.4. Universal Transmitter (Door Guard)................................................... 13
2.2.5. Seismic Transmitter
2.2.6. Dual Tilt Sensor ................................................................................. 14
2.3. Battery and transformer
2.4. External and internal sirens.......................................................................... 15
3. Programming the E12
3.1. Programming Zones
3.1.1. Programming active zones for Away Mode
3.1.2. Programming active zones for Stay Mode
3.1.3. Programming active zones for Monitor Mode .................................... 16
3.2. Programming in keyring remotes
3.3 Programming Passwords .............................................................................. 17
3.4. Associating Sensors with zones
3.5. Programming Date and Time using keypad ................................................ 18
3.6. Changing entry and exit delay times
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Appendix A:
• Wiring Diagram ..................................................................................................... A.1
Appendix B:
• Reading sensors into the control panel ............................................................. B.1
Appendix C:
• Connecting multiple keypads to the E12............................................................ C.1
Appendix D:
• Dipswitch settings for E6 devices....................................................................... D.1
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CellSecure E12 Nuska Security System – User Manual
The CellSecure E12 Nuska is a 12 zone wireless alarm system. The system can be
controlled by keyring remote controls or by keypad. The telemetry outputs can be
connected to a transmitter which will send alarm signals (Alarm triggered, panic, duress
and alarm on/off) to the Armed Response Company.
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1. Functions and Operating procedures of the E12 Nuska
The E12 can be operated in 4 different modes. Each mode activates different zones and
reacts differently when the system is activated by a sensor. Zones are the areas that
need protection. The active zones for each mode can be set up by the user.
The E12 can be controlled by 12 different key ring remote controls and 5 keypads. The
12 zones are protected by a possible 24 wireless sensors and 1 wired sensor. The
wired sensor will automatically be recognized as zone 12 when connected. If no wired
sensor is connected to the panel, 2 links must be used to short out the two PIR Tamper
connections and the PIR TRIG connections respectively (See appendix A).
1.1. Modes of Operation
The following modes of operation can be used:
• Away Mode
• Stay Mode
• Off Mode
• Monitor Mode
1.1.1. Away mode: (Normally activated when leaving the premises)
• When away mode is activated the E12 will respond with 1 beep on the internal
siren and the away button on the keypad will light up. An alarm armed telemetry
signal will be sent if connected to a standard alarm transmitter.
• Any detection, in any 1 of the active zones, will result in the siren sounding for 3
minutes unless another sensor is activated, then the siren will continue for 3
minutes after the last detection and the Telemetry signal will be re-sent to the
Armed Response Company if connected.
• Gas will also be triggered if connected.
• After switch off the relevant zone numbers on the keypad will remain on to
indicate which zone was activated.
Activating Away mode:
• Away mode can be activated by a key ring remote, keypad or timer.
• To activate the system by remote, the blue button must be pressed once.
• To activate by keypad: Type user password, press away button and press
enter.
• The E12 will respond with one beep on the internal siren.
Deactivating Away mode:
• Activate Off Mode. See section 1.1.3.
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1.1.2. Stay mode: (Normally activated when retiring for the night.)
• When Stay mode is activated, the E12 will respond with 1 beep on the internal
buzzer.
• Any detection on the active zones will cause the buzzer to beep for 1 minute and
should the alarm not be switched off within this time, the siren will start to sound
and the Alarm telemetry signal will be sent, if connected. At this time the alarm
also switches to away mode.
• Gas will also be triggered if connected.
• Any further activation will cause the siren to sound, the telemetry signal will be
re-sent and the gas will be triggered if connected. The siren will sound for 3
minutes each time a sensor is activated.
Activating Stay mode:
• Stay mode can be activated by a key ring remote or a keypad.
• To activate Stay mode by remote, the Yellow and Blue buttons must be
pressed simultaneously.
• To activate by keypad, type the user password, followed by the STAY
button, followed by enter.
• The system will respond as described above if activation was successful.
Deactivating Stay mode:
• Activate Off Mode. See section 1.1.3.
1.1.3. Off Mode: (Activated when at home)
• No zone is active when the E12 is in Off Mode.
• Selecting OFF Mode will result in different responses depending on the mode the
system was in before activating OFF mode.
• If the E12 was in Away Mode, the E12 will respond by sounding twice on the
internal siren, only if the system was not activated by a sensor while in Away
mode, and an ‘Alarm disarmed’ telemetry signal will also be sent if connected.
• If the E12 was activated by a sensor while in Away mode, the system will
respond by sounding four times on the internal siren and an ‘Alarm disarmed’
telemetry signal will also be sent if connected. The four beeps serves as an
additional warning function to let the occupant know that the premises were
entered.
• If the E12 was in panic mode with the siren sounding, the siren will stop when Off
mode is activated.
Activating Off Mode:
• To disarm by keyring remote, press the yellow button once.
• To disarm the system by keypad, enter user code and press enter.
• The response given by the system is described above.
Deactivating Off Mode:
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Off mode is deactivated by switching to any other mode (see the other
paragraphs for more detail).
1.1.4. Monitor Mode: (Used to monitor activity in zones without alarm activation)
• Like all other modes, the active zones can be defined by the user.
• Any activation of a sensor in one of the active zones will result in the buzzer
sounding 6 times. The corresponding zone number on the keypad will light up for
approximately 1 minute.
• No telemetry signal will be sent when an active zone sensor is triggered.
Activating Monitor Mode:
• To activate by Keyring remote, press the blue and red button
simultaneously.
• To activate by keypad, enter user code, press the monitor button and
press enter.
• The E12 will respond with 3 beeps on the internal buzzer.
Deactivating Monitor Mode:
• Switch the E12 to Off Mode.
The E12 can also send the following panic signals:
1.1.5. Silent Panic: (Activated when in immediate danger)
• When the E12 receives a Silent Panic signal duress telemetry signal will be sent
if connected.
• If the E12 receives multiple Silent panic signals it will re-send the telemetry
signal.
Activating Silent Panic:
• Silent panic can be activated by keypad, keyring remote control or panic
button.
• To activate by key ring remote, press the red button once.
• To activate by keypad, press the trouble button followed by enter.
• The panel will respond with a 10 second beep on the internal buzzer.
• If silent panic is activated by panic button, only the telemetry signals will
be sent, no 10 second long beep.
1.1.6. Panic: (Activated when in immediate danger)
• When the E12 receives a panic signal the siren will start sounding for 3 minutes
and a Panic telemetry signal will be sent if connected.
• The trouble (TRBL) button on the keypad will light up.
• Each time the E12 receives a panic signal; it will reset the siren timer and resend the Panic telemetry signal.
• The siren can be stopped before the 3 minutes is up by switching to Off Mode.
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Activating Panic:
• Press the red and yellow button on the remote control simultaneously.
• Panic can also be activated by keypad. Press the trouble button, followed
by 2nd function, followed by the enter button.
Deactivating Panic:
• Panic can be deactivated by switching to Off Mode. See section 1.1.3.
1.1.7. Resetting the E12:
This can only be done when the E12 is in Off Mode. After resetting, the E12’s sensor
tamper detectors will switch off for 1 minute. All the memory lights, if on, will switch off.
• Reset by key ring remote: Press all 3 buttons simultaneously.
• Reset by key pad: Enter the user code, press the Memory button (Mem) followed
by enter.
• The E12 will respond with 6 beeps on the internal buzzer.
1.1.8. Keypad Duress
A keypad duress signal can be sent if a user is forced to disarm the Alarm. It’s a
discreet way of letting the Armed Response Company and other users know of the
situation.
This Duress signal is sent by entering the user password, but changing the last digit in
the password to the next higher digit when disarming the alarm.
1.2. Access Control and Security
The E12 can recognize 12 user passwords and 1 master password. Each user
password is a 4 digit numeric password and the master password is a 6 digit numeric
password.
1.3. Other functions
1.3.1. GAS discharge activation option:
The GAS discharge will be triggered, if connected, every time the alarm is activated by
a sensor.
When the gas is triggered, the E12 will deliver a 4 sec spray, which will fill a room of 200
square meters practically instantaneously. A total of 8 bursts of this length can be
delivered per canister.
After the doors and windows have been opened it will take about two and a half hours
for the gas to dissipate out of the house.
Warning: The gas is hazardous to any living creature. Don’t enable the gas discharge
option if pets are left in the house while occupants are away from the premises.
1.3.2. Entry and Exit delay
Zone 1 is programmed to have entry and exit delays. When arming the alarm, these
zones will not trigger for 60 seconds, allowing time to leave the premises.
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When these zones are triggered, after the alarm has been armed and the first 60
seconds expired, the panel will buzz for 45 seconds before activating the alarm,
allowing occupants to disarm the alarm via keypad. To change the entry and exit delay
settings refer to “3.6 Changing Entry and Exit delay times” page 18.
1.4. Restoring factory settings
Restoring factory settings will only change the master password and user 1 password
back to its default settings. No other settings will be affected. The following procedure
will restore the factory settings.
• Switch the power Off.
• Disconnect the battery.
• Connect the jumper as shown in the picture.
• Re – connect the battery.
• Three beeps will be heard from the unit.
• After removing the jumper, the factory setting will be restored.
• Switch the power On.
Learn
Button
+12V
Tamper
Key COM
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1.5. Key com connection
If desired, a key com can be connected to the E12 Nuska. The key com is used to arm
and disarm the system. The key com must be connected between the a positive (+) 12V
output and the tamper negative connection on the panel. For key com refer to above
figure or go to Page 28. Appendix D. Fig. C 1.
2. Description of system components
2.1. Remote control
The E12 uses a 3 button remote control. The remote control is used as described in
table 2 below.
Figure 2.
Remote control.
Remote Buttons
Mode
Yellow
Blue
Red
Yellow + Blue
Yellow + Red
Off mode
Away mode
Silent Panic
Stay mode
Panic
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Blue + Red
Yellow + Blue + Red
Monitor Mode
Reset
Table 2.
Summary of remote control functions.
2.2. Types of Sensors
Four types of sensors can be connected to the E12.
1. Outdoor Passive Infrared Beam Sensors (High power),
2. Indoor Passive Infrared Sensors (High power),
3. Mini Passive Infrared Medium power,
3. Universal Transmitters for doors, Gates etc.
4. Seismic Transmitter,
5. Dual Tilt Sensor.
2.2.1. Outdoor Passive Infrared Beam Sensor (High Power).
The Wireless Outdoor Infrared Sensors have been specially designed by Cellsecure to
offer maximum performance with the minimum of false alarms in the harsh outdoor
environment. The Sensor detects the movement of heat in the infrared spectrum of light.
In other words a source of heat such as a human moving past the Sensor field of view
(beam) will cause the Sensor to detect and a signal will be sent to the Control panel.
The maximum distance that the Sensor will detect is safely 20 meters and at 20 meters
the beam is approximately 3 meters wide, however in certain circumstances this could
be more. It is recommended that the sensor is used as a proximity sensor and not as a
perimeter sensor.
Figure 3.
Outdoor passive infrared beam sensor and its detection regions.
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2.2.2. Indoor Passive Infrared Wide Angle Sensors (High Power).
The Sensor detects the movement of heat in the infrared spectrum of light. In other
words a source of heat such as a human moving past the Sensor field of view will cause
the Sensor to detect and a signal will be sent to the Control Panel Control panel. The
Sensor will detect movement up to 8-12 meters away from the device, at a hight of
1,8m, and up to 100 degrees wide.
Figure 4.
Indoor Passive Infrared Wide Angle Sensor and its detection regions.
2.2.3. Mini Passive Infrared Medium power
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The Sensor detects the movement of heat in the infrared spectrum of light. In other
words a source of heat such as a human moving past the Sensor field of view will cause
the Sensor to detect and a signal will be sent to the Control Panel Control panel. The
Sensor will detect movement up to 8-12 meters away from the device, at a hight of
1,8m, and up to 100 degrees wide.
Figure 5.
Mini Passive Infrared Medium power sensor (same detection region as Indoor
Passive Infrared Wide Angle Sensors).
2.2.4. Universal Transmitter (Door Guard).
The Door guard, DG, is actually a universal transmitter with integral panic button and
connections for a magnetic contact switch or similar device. The low power DG will send
a signal to the control panel when the magnet moves away from the magnetic switch,
for example, when a door or window is opened (N/C connector). The DG is also
equipped with an internal blue strip connector for N/O and N/C connections. The high
power DG is also equipped with an internal blue strip connector for N/O and N/C
connections. The high power DG has a mercury tamper.
Figure 6.
Low power (left) and high power (right) Universal transmitter or Door-Guard.
2.2.5. Seismic Transmitter.
The seismic transmitter can be used to protect safes, vaults and movable assets. It will
send a signal to the E12 every time it detects any vibration or movement. Every
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transmitter has a location and Identity, enabling the E12 to recognize where tampering
is taking place and communicate this information to the user.
Figure 7.
Seismic Transmitter.
2.2.6. Dual Tilt Sensor
The Dual tilt sensor will detect when a piece of equipment is tilted, ideal for computers.
When the alarm is in away mode and the sensor is tilted a little bit, only an SMS will be
sent. Tilting it more will result in an alarm condition. In any other mode only an SMS will
be sent. This sensor is ideal for use on hi-fi or computer equipment.
Figure 8.
Dual Tilt Sensor.
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2.3. Battery Charger, Battery (Power supply unit (PSU)) and
transformer
The E12 Nuska uses a 1 amp on board PSU along with a 7Amp battery to supply power
to the unit when mains power fails.
This battery will enable the E12 to operate without mains power for approximately 3 to 7
days depending on the amount of Wired Sensors. The charger will charge the battery
when connected to mains power. The battery will be fully charged within 24 hrs. The
PSU also sends a Mains On/Off signal when the transformer is connected to - or
disconnected from the Mains.
2.4. External and internal sirens
The sirens will sound when the alarm is activated, deactivated or triggered as described
in the previous section.
Figure 9.
15Watt external siren (left), 40Watt external siren (middle) and indoor siren (right).
3. Programming the E12 Nuska
3.1. Programming Active Zones
The keypad can be used to program active zones for all the different modes.
3.1.1. Programming active zones for Away Mode:
• Switch the E12 to Off Mode.
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•
•
•
•
Enter the 6 digit master code, press the program button followed by enter. The
program button will light up, showing that the E12 is ready to be programmed.
To program zones, press the Away button, followed by enter. The Away and
Prog button will light up and all the active zones will light up. If no zone buttons
light up, no zones are active in Away Mode.
To program a zone to be active in Away Mode, press the corresponding zone
number button on the keypad. The button will light up, indicating that the zone
will be active in Away Mode.
To deactivate a zone, press the corresponding zone number button on the
keypad. The button light will switch off, indicating that the zone will not be active
in Away Mode.
When all the zones have been programmed, simply press enter to return to
program mode.
3.1.2. Programming active zones for Stay Mode
• Switch the E12 to Off Mode.
• Enter the 6 digit master code, press the program button followed by enter. The
program button will light up, showing that the E12 is ready to be programmed.
• To program zones, press the Stay button, followed by enter. The Stay and Prog
button will light up and all the active zones will light up. If no zone buttons light
up, no zones are active in Away Mode.
• To program a zone to be active in Stay Mode, press the corresponding zone
number button on the keypad. The button will light up, indicating that the zone
will be active in Stay Mode.
• To deactivate a zone, press the corresponding zone number button on the
keypad. The button light will switch off, indicating that the zone will not be active
in Stay Mode.
• When all the zones have been programmed, simply press enter to return to
program mode.
3.1.3. Programming active zones for Monitor Mode
• Switch the E12 to Off Mode.
• Enter the 6 digit master code, press the program button followed by enter. The
program button will light up, showing that the E12 is ready to be programmed.
• To program zones, press the Monitor button, followed by enter. The Monitor and
Prog button will light up and all the active zones will light up. If no zone buttons
light up, no zones are active in Monitor Mode.
• To program a zone to be active in Monitor Mode, press the corresponding zone
number button on the keypad. The button will light up, indicating that the zone
will be active in Monitor Mode.
• To deactivate a zone, press the corresponding zone number button on the
keypad. The button light will switch off, indicating that the zone will not be active
in Monitor Mode.
• When all the zones have been programmed, simply press enter to return to
program mode.
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KEYRINGS AND DEVICES NEED TO BE PROGRAMMED INTO THE RECEIVER
FIRST. See Instructions at the end of the Manual (Appendix B).
3.2. Programming in key ring remotes
Each key ring remote must be programmed into the E12 before it can be used. Every
remote must be programmed in on a different number, 1-12 (for user 1- 12). The keypad
can be used to program in key ring remote controls by following this procedure:
1. Switch the E12 to Off Mode.
2. Enter the 6 digit master code, press the program button followed by enter. The
program button will light up, showing that the E12 is ready to be programmed.
3. Press the trouble button followed by enter. The Program button light will switch
off and the trouble button light will switch on. The numbers already associated
with a remote will also switch on and can not be used again. (To delete a remote,
simply press the corresponding number. The button light will switch off).
4. Press the yellow button on the key ring remote.
5. If it’s the first remote to be programmed in, the ‘1’ button will flash, indicating an
available space. The flashing button indicates the next available number. Select
the flashing number or any number with a button light which is off.
6. Press the selected button. The button light will switch on and stay on.
7. To program in more remotes, start from step 4 above.
8. When finished, press the enter button to exit program mode.
3.3 Programming Passwords
The keypad can be used to program user passwords (Default: 1234) and the Master
password (Default: 123456):
Programming User Passwords:
1. Switch the E12 to Off Mode.
2. Enter the 6 digit master code, press the program button followed by enter. The
program button will light up, showing that the E12 is ready to be programmed.
3. Press the MEM button followed by the user number (1-12). Pressing 2, for
example, will mean that user password 2 must be programmed in. The selected
number button will start to flash.
4. Enter the 4 digit numeric password and press enter.
5. To program the next password start from step 3 above. All 12 user passwords
are programmed in the same way.
Programming the Master Password:
1. Switch the E12 to Off Mode.
2. Enter the 6 digit master code, press the program button followed by enter. The
program button will light up, showing that the E12 is ready to be programmed.
3. Press the MEM button followed, by 2nd function, followed by enter. The MEM
button will start to flash.
4. Enter the 6 digit numeric password and press enter.
5. Press enter a second time to exit program mode.
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KEYRINGS AND DEVICES NEED TO BE PROGRAMMED INTO THE RECEIVER
FIRST. See Instructions at the end of the Manual (Appendix B).
3.4. Associating Sensors with zones
Before installing a wireless sensor, the sensor should first be associated with the zone it
must be installed in.
1. Switch the E12 to Off Mode.
2. Enter the 6 digit master code, press the program button followed by enter. The
program button will light up, showing that the E12 is ready to be programmed.
3. Press the trouble button, followed by 2nd function, followed by enter. The program
button light and the trouble button light will switch on. All zone numbers which
already has one or two sensors associated will also light up.
4. Press the Learn button on the sensor.
5. All zone numbers with less than 2 sensors programmed in will start to flash. If a
button doesn’t flash, that corresponding zone has 2 sensors programmed in
already (Only 2 sensors per zone are allowed).
6. Press the required zone number button (Only flashing buttons). All buttons will
stop flashing and the zone numbers with sensors programmed in will stay on.
The sensor is now associated with that zone.
7. To program more sensors, start from step 4 above.
8. Press the enter button to exit program mode, when finished.
3.5 Programming Date and Time using keypad
1. Switch the E12 to Off Mode. Enter the 6 digit master code, press the program
button followed by enter. The program button will light up, showing that the E12
is ready to be programmed.
2. Enter the year (Full format, example 2006).
3. Press second function.
4. Enter the month (Two digits only, example 02).
5. Press second function.
6. Enter the day (Two digits, example 26).
7. Press second function.
8. Enter the hour (Two digits, 00 – 23).
9. Press second function.
10. Enter the minutes (Two digits, example 53).
11. Press the TRBL button followed by Enter.
12. If the entry is valid the panel will respond with a 1 second beep followed by a ½
second beep.
3.6 Changing Entry and Exit delay times
1. Switch the E12 to Off Mode. Enter the 6 digit master code, press the program
button followed by enter. The program button will light up, showing that the E12
is ready to be programmed.
2. Enter the delay time, two digits only (example: 60 = sixty seconds, 06 = six
seconds and 00 will disable the entry exit delay).
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3. Press second function followed by enter.
4. Press enter to exit programming mode.
5. Note there 15 second delay between entry & Exit.
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Appendix A: Wiring Diagram
Figure 9.
Wiring diagram for the E12 Nuska. If no wired sensor is connected, the PIR Trig
and PIR Tamp connectors must be shorted. Connect the two PIR Tamp
connectors and the two PIR Trig connectors respectively using two pieces of
wire.
A.1
AppendixB: Reading the various sensors into the Control Panel
Go to Appendix C. Page 28. Fig C1 and identify the learn button.
For new installations:
Press and hold the Learn button until the LED switches off. (18 sec )
For E6 devices go to Page 30. Appendix D.
3 Button Key Ring Remote
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press the Learn Button on the Control Panel the Learn LED should switch on.
Press the Yellow Button on the 3 Button Remote Control and hold for 3 sec.
The Control Panel Learn LED may switch off.
The Control Panel Learn LED should flash and then stop.
To add more Remotes follow steps 1 – 4.
To program a remote to 1 of the 12 slots allocated follow the steps in section 3.2
of this document.
Outdoor Passive Infrared Sensor Long Range. ( HP Outdoor sensor for E45 and
E12 Pannels)
Learn Button
Tamper
Walk Test
Battery Connector
1. Loosen the 4 screws of the Outdoor sensor and carefully remove the back cover.
2. Mounted on the cover is the outdoor sensor electronic board.
3. Connect the Battery the connector can only go one way.
4. Identify the Learn button on the PIR.
5. Press the Learn Button and check that the LED of the sensor comes on and stay’s on
for 2 to3 seconds after you release the button.
6. Now press the learn button on the Control Panel the learn LED should switch on.
7. Press the Learn button on the sensor and hold for 3 sec.
8. The Control Panel Learn LED may switch off.
9. The Control Panel Learn LED should flash and then stop.
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10. To program this device to a zone follow the steps in section 3.4 of this document.
Connecting the 2 tamper pins will enable the tamper signal. When disconnected, no
tamper signal will be generated by the sensor.
The walk test function is used for testing purposes. When the 2 walk test pins are
connected, the sensor can send a triggered signal approximately every 10 seconds
(opposed to the normal 3 minutes). To save battery power, these pins must be
disconnected when testing is completed.
Indoor Passive Infrared Sensor Long Range. ( HP Indoor Sensor for E45 and E12
Pannels)
B.1
Learn Button
Tamper
Walk Test
Battery Connector
1. Open the Indoor Passive sensor.
2. Identify the Learn Button.
3. Connect the Battery the connector can only go one way.
4. Press the Learn Button and check that the LED of the sensor comes on and stay’s on
for 2 to3 seconds after you release the button.
5. Now press the learn button on the Control Panel the learn LED should switch on.
6. Press the Learn button on the sensor and hold for 3 sec.
7. The Control Panel Learn LED may switch off.
8. The Control Panel Learn LED should flash and then stop.
9. To program this device to a zone follow the steps in section 3.4 of this document.
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Connecting the 2 tamper pins will enable the tamper signal. When disconnected, no
tamper signal will be generated by the sensor.
The walk test function is used for testing purposes. When the 2 walk test pins are
connected, the sensor can send a triggered signal approximately every 10 seconds
(opposed to the normal 3 minutes). To save battery power, these pins must be
disconnected when testing is completed.
Mini Indoor Passive infrared sensor
B.2
Learn button
Dipswitch
RB4:
• Connected for
E6 panels.
• Unconnected
for E12 and
E45 panels.
Battery Connector
1. For E12 and E45 panels, make sure that there is no LINK connected to RB4. For E6
panels, make sure that the 2 RB4 Pins are connected.
2. Connect the battery. The Connector can only go one way.
3. Press the Learn Button and check that the LED of the sensor comes on and stay’s on
for 2 to3 seconds after you release the button.
4. Press the learn button on the panel once and make sure the LED switches on and
stays on.
5. Press the Learn button on the sensor and hold for 3 sec.
6. The Control Panel Learn LED may switch off.
7. The Control Panel Learn LED should flash and then stop.
8. To program this device to a zone follow the steps in section 3.4 of this document.
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Mini Door Guard
B.3
1. Press the Panic Button and check that the LED of the sensor comes on and stay’s on
for 2 to 3 seconds after you release the button.
2. Press the learn button on the panel once and make sure the LED switches on and
stays on.
3. Press the Panic button on the sensor and hold for 3 sec.
4. The Control Panel Learn LED may switch off.
6. The Control Panel Learn LED should flash and then stop.
6. To program this device to zone follow the steps in section 3.4 of this document.
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High power door guard
LK2:
• Connected for
E6 panels.
• Unconnected
for E12 and
E45 panels.
B.4
Dipswitch
Panic Button
(Back of board)
Battery connector
1. Open up the device and check that LK2 is configured correctly.
Check that the battery is connected.
2. Reassemble the unit and Press the Panic Button. Check that the LED of the sensor
comes on and stays on for 2 to 3 seconds after you release the button.
3. Press the learn button on the panel once and make sure the LED switches on and
stays on.
4. Press the Panic button on the sensor and hold for 3 sec.
5. The Control Panel Learn LED may switch off.
6. The Control Panel Learn LED should flash and then stop.
7. To program this device to a zone follow the steps in section 3.4 of this document.
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High power Seismic sensor
LK2:
• Connected for
E6 panels.
• Unconnected
for E12 and
E45 panels.
B.5
Dipswitch
Panic Button
(Back of board)
Battery Connector
1. Open up the device and check that LK2 is configured correctly.
Check that the battery is connected.
2. Reassemble the unit and Press the Panic Button. Check that the LED of the sensor
comes on and stays on for 2 to 3 seconds after you release the button.
3. Press the learn button on the panel once and make sure the LED switches on and
stays on.
4. Press the Panic button on the sensor and hold for 3 sec.
5. The Control Panel Learn LED may switch off.
6. The Control Panel Learn LED should flash and then stop.
7. To program this device to a zone follow the steps in section 3.4 of this document.
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High power Dual tilt sensor
LK2:
• Connected for E6
panels.
• Unconnected for
E12 and E45
panels.
B.6
Dipswitch
Panic Button
(Back of board)
Battery Connector
1. Open up the device and check that LK2 is configured correctly.
Check that the battery is connected.
2. Reassemble the unit and Press the Panic Button. Check that the LED of the sensor
comes on and stays on for 2 to 3 seconds after you release the button.
3. Press the learn button on the panel once and make sure the LED switches on and
stays on.
4. Press the Panic button on the sensor and hold for 3 sec.
5. The Control Panel Learn LED may switch off.
6. The Control Panel Learn LED should flash and then stop.
7. To program this device to a zone follow the steps in section 3.4 of this document.
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Appendix C: Connecting multiple keypads to the E12
Learn
Button
Keypad
Terminator
pins
Keypad
Connectors
+12V
Tamper
Key COM
Figure C.1.
E12 Nuska PC board, showing the location of the keypad connectors and keypad
terminating pins.
Keypad Terminator
pins
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Figure C.2
E12 keypad PC board, showing the location of the keypad terminating pins.
Pins Connected
Pins Connected
Figure C.3
Keypads connected to panel.
Two keypads can directly connect to the panel, using the connectors shown. To connect
C.1
more than 2 keypads to the panel, the keypads must be wired in parallel. The keypad
terminator pins must be connected for the two devices on the opposite edges of the
connection and unconnected for the other devices. Figures C.1 and C.2 shows the
location of the keypad terminating pins on the panel and keypad respectively. Figure
C.3 shows 4 keypads connected to a panel in two different formats. The keypad
terminating pins must be connected as shown in figure C.3.
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Appendix D: Dipswitch settings for E6 devices
Settings used with E6 PIR
Function
Learn
Trigger
Dipswitch setting
1234
0001
1001
Use the Learn function setting to learn the device into the panel. After successfully
reading in the device, the dipswitch must be set to the trigger function.
Note: To Learn the device in, press the learn button or use TX shunt on older PIR's
Settings used with E6 Door Guard
Function
Learn
Trigger in away mode
Silent in any mode
Dipswitch setting
1234
1001
0101
0011
Use the Learn function setting to learn the device into the panel.
Trigger in away mode: Will cause an alarm condition if triggered while the panel is in
away mode.
Silent in any mode: Trigger notification via telemetry outputs and keypad only.
Note: To Learn the device in use the NC or NO input, DO NOT USE THE PANIC BUTTON!!
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