Intruder Alarm Circuit Descriptions

Intruder Alarm Circuit Descriptions
Intruder Alarm Circuit Descriptions
Not used
A circuit that is not monitored by the system, unused zones should be programmed as “Not
Used” and/or linked out.
Entry/Exit (Final Exit)
Normally used for the main entry/exit door i.e. Front Door. The circuit can be activated during
the exit mode without causing a fault. Once the system is armed, activation of the zone will
start the entry delay timer.
Entry Route (Access, Walkthrough, Entry Inhibited, Handover)
Used for detection devices along the entry/exit route. This circuit type will allow the user to
walk past the detector without causing a fault during the exit, or entry mode if the entry/exit
has be activated. It will cause an immediate Intruder alarm if activated at any other time. Can
also start the entry mode when the system is part armed.
Alarm (Normal Alarm, Guard, Intruder)
Normally used for detection devices such as PIR’s, Door Contacts etc. This circuit type will
cause an Intruder alarm if it is activated when the system is armed. A 30 second delay is
required if activated off of the entry route
24Hour (Security)
This zone type will cause an internal alarm only if it is activated when the system is disarmed
(typically emergency exit doors) and will cause a full alarm when the system is armed.
PA Audible (HUA)
Used for monitoring Panic or hold-up alarms. This zone type will cause an alarm if it is
activated when the system is armed or disarmed.
PA Silent
This zone type will cause a silent Panic alarm if it is activated when the system is armed or
disarmed (remote signalling systems only).
Fire
Normally used for monitoring smoke detectors. This zone type will cause a Fire alarm with
distinctive fire tone if it is activated when the system is armed or disarmed.
Tamper
This circuit type will cause an Internal alarm if it is activated when the system is disarmed
and will cause an Intruder alarm when the system is armed.
Exit Terminator (Push to Set)
This circuit type is used to finalise the arming procedure when arming the system.
Key Switch
This zone type can be used to arm and disarm the alarm system. When the zone is activated
and then secured the system will arm. When the zone is subsequently activated and then
secured the system will disarm.
AC Fail
This zone type is triggered by a failure in the AC input to an external power supply.
Low Battery Battery Fault Power Output Failure
This zone types are triggered by a low voltage, fault in the battery or failure in the DC output
to the external power supply.
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