Commercial Wireless Interface Module ISW

Commercial Wireless Interface Module ISW

Commercial Wireless Interface Module ISW-D8125CW

Operation and Installation Guide

ISW-D8125CW

Contents

1.0

Introduction

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1.1

FCC Compliance Notice, Part 15

..................................................................................................................................4

1.2

Other Literature Referenced

...........................................................................................................................................4

1.3

Documentation Conventions

...........................................................................................................................................4

1.3.1

Type Styles Used in this Manual

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1.3.2

Tips, Important Notes, Cautions and Warnings

........................................................................................................5

2.0

ISW-D8125CW Overview

............................................................................................................................................................ 6

2.1

Features

..................................................................................................................................................................6

2.2

Specifications

..................................................................................................................................................................6

2.2.1

Power

......................................................................................................................................................................................7

2.2.2

System Supervision

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2.2.2.1

Watchdog

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2.2.2.2

Self-Testing

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2.3

ISW-D8125CW Bosch Commercial Wireless Interface Module Description

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2.4

ISW-D8125CW Back View

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3.0

Installation

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3.1

Mounting the ISW-D8125CW

.........................................................................................................................................9

3.2

Wiring the ISW-D8125CW to the Control Panel and ISW-EN7280 Serial Receiver Interface

............... 10

3.3

ISW-D8125CW Quick Startup Recommendations

............................................................................................... 12

3.4

Labeling the Bosch Transmitters

................................................................................................................................ 12

3.5

ISW-D8125CW Keypad Operation

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3.5.1

Initial Power-Up

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3.5.2

RF System OK

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3.5.3

Call for Service

................................................................................................................................................................. 13

3.5.4

Factory Default Passcode

............................................................................................................................................. 13

3.5.4.1

Entering Invalid Passcodes

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3.6

ISW-D8125CW Menu Selections

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3.6.1

Beginning steps to add/edit/delete an RF Transmitter

........................................................................................ 14

3.6.1.1

Point Type

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3.6.1.2

Menu 1: Add, Edit or Delete RF Transmitter

........................................................................................................... 14

3.6.1.3

Adding a new RF Transmitter

...................................................................................................................................... 15

3.6.1.3

Adding an existing RF Transmitter

............................................................................................................................. 17

3.6.1.4

Deleting an RF Transmitter

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3.6.1.5

Programming the ISW-EN5040-T Transmitter

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3.6.1.6

Programming the D9412GV2, D7412GV2, D7212GV2, D9412G, D7412G, D7212G, D9412, D7412,

D7212, and D9112 Control Panels for RF Transmitters

..................................................................................................... 18

3.6.2

Menu 2: Change Installer Passcode

.......................................................................................................................... 19

3.6.3

Menu 3: Clear EEPROM

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3.6.4

Menu 4: Set RF System Supervision Interval

......................................................................................................... 20

3.6.5

RF Diagnostics Function

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4.0

Troubleshooting

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4.1

ISW-EN4200 Receiver Supervision

........................................................................................................................... 25

4.2

Missing Transmitters

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4.3

Low Transmitter Battery Conditions

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Contents

4.4

ISW-D8125CW Power Cycle Operation

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4.5

Bosch Frequently Asked Questions

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4.5.1

What's the range of Bosch Wireless transmitters?

............................................................................................... 26

4.5.2

What does the red decode LED/ light mean?

......................................................................................................... 26

4.5.3

How can I get more range?

.......................................................................................................................................... 26

4.5.4

Why can't I program more than 1 transmitter per point?

..................................................................................... 26

4.5.5

Are your transmitters weatherproof?

......................................................................................................................... 26

4.5.6

What is temperature range for good operation?

.................................................................................................... 26

4.5.7

Can I externalize an antenna?

..................................................................................................................................... 26

5.0

ISW-D8125CW Program Sheet

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Figures

Figure 1: ISW-D8125CW Back View ................................................................................................................ 8

Figure 2: Choosing a Knockout for Wiring Routing (D8103 enclosure shown).................................................. 9

Figure 3: Mounting the ISW-D8125CW base.................................................................................................... 9

Figure 4: ISW-D8125CW to D9412GV2/D9412G/D9412/D9112 Control Panel Wiring Diagram .................... 11

Figure 5: ISW-D8125CW to D7412GV2/D7212GV2/7412G/D7212G/D7412/D7212 Control Panel Wiring..... 11

Figure 6: Tab to expose keypad ..................................................................................................................... 12

Figure 7: ISW-D8125CW Keypad................................................................................................................... 12

Figure 8: System Defaulted Display ............................................................................................................... 13

Figure 9: RF System Normal .......................................................................................................................... 13

Figure 10: Call for Service .............................................................................................................................. 13

Figure 11: Invalid code display ....................................................................................................................... 13

Figure 12: Invalid code, Keypad locked display.............................................................................................. 13

Figure 13: ISW-D8125CW Menu Selections................................................................................................... 14

Figure 14: RF Transmitter status .................................................................................................................... 15

Figure 15: Point Number Status ..................................................................................................................... 22

Figure 16: RF Point not programmed ............................................................................................................. 22

Figure 17: Call for Service, Enter Code + ENT .............................................................................................. 25

Figure 18: Call for Service, Receiver Missing ................................................................................................. 25

Figure 19: Call for Service, Enter Code + ENT .............................................................................................. 25

Figure 20: Call for Service, Points Missing ..................................................................................................... 25

Tables

Table 1: Update Kit Part Numbers.................................................................................................................... 4

Table 2: Other Literature Referenced ............................................................................................................... 4

Table 3: ISW-D8125CW Specifications ............................................................................................................ 6

Table 4: Key Descriptions............................................................................................................................... 12

Table 5: RF Transmitter options ..................................................................................................................... 15

Table 6: ISW-D8125CW Point Transition Reporting to D9412, D9112, D7412, and D7212 Control Panels ... 18

Table 7: Variable Descriptions........................................................................................................................ 22

Table 8: Troubleshooting Solutions ................................................................................................................ 25

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ISW-D8125CW

Introduction

1.0 Introduction

This guide covers the installation of the ISW-D8125CW Commercial Wireless Interface Module for Bosch

Transmitters. Powered by Inovonics wireless mesh network technology, the ISW-D8125CW is an interface module that allows the connection of a Bosch ISW-EN7280 Serial Receiver Interface and compatible transmitters. The ISW-D8125CW may be used with the following control panels: D9412G, D7412G,

D9412GV2, D7412GV2, D9412, D9112, D7412, and D7212.

Control Panel Firmware Revision Requirements:

The control panels listed in Table 1 must have firmware version 6.30 or higher. If you need to upgrade the control panel firmware of a currently installed system, order the following Update Kits from

Bosch Security Systems Order Processing:

Control Panel

D9412G, D9412

D9112

D7412G, D7412

D7212

Update Kit Part Number

D9499-0650 or higher

D9199-0650 or higher

D7499-0650 or higher

D7299-0650 or higher

Table 1: Update Kit Part Numbers

1.1 FCC Compliance Notice, Part 15

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to

Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a commercial installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and, if not installed in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment on and off, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

1.

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

2.

Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.

3.

Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

4.

Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

1.2 Other Literature Referenced

Throughout this manual, references will be made to other documentation. See the following table for the documents referenced in this manual, which lists the complete part number for ordering purposes.

Name of document

D9412G/D7412G Program Entry Guide

D9412GV2/D7412GV2 Program Entry Guide

D9412G/D7412G Operation and Installation Manual

D9412GV2/D7412GV2 Operation and Installation Manual

Part Number

47775

F01U003636

43488

F01U003641

Table 2: Other Literature Referenced

These conventions are intended to call out important features, items, notes, cautions, and warnings that the reader should be aware of in reading this document.

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ISW-D8125CW

Introduction

1.3.1 Type Styles Used in this Manual

To help identify important items in the text, the following type styles are used:

Bold text

Bold Italicized

Italicized text

Courier Text

[CAPITALIZED TEXT]

Usually indicates selections that you may use while programming your control panel. It may also indicate an important fact that should be noted. used to denote notes, cautions and/or warnings

Is used to reference the user to another part of this manual or another manual entirely. It is also used to symbolize names for records that the user will create.

Text that appears like this indicates what may appear on the D5200 Programmer display, keypad, or internal printer.

Text like this is used to indicate to the user that a specific key should be pressed.

Example: …press the [ESC] key…

1.3.2 Tips, Important Notes, Cautions and Warnings

Throughout this document, helpful tips, important notes, cautions and warnings will be presented for the reader to keep in mind. These appear different from the rest of the text as follows:

Important Notes - should be heeded for successful operation and programming. Also tips and shortcuts may be included here.

Caution - These caution the operator that physical damage to the program and/or equipment may occur.

Warning - These warn of the possibility of physical damage to the operator, program and/or equipment.

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Overview

2.1 Features

Compatible with Bosch Security Systems D9412GV2, D7412GV2, D7212GV2, D9412G,

D7412G, D7212G, D9412, D7412, D7212, and D9112 Control Panels.

Menu driven User Interface

On the D9412GV2, D9412G, D9412, and D9112, the ISW-D8125CW supports 1 Bosch ISW-

EN7280 Serial Receiver Interface and 1 additional ISW-EN4200 Serial Receiver (with a maximum of 238 transmitters [119 per bus])

On the D7412GV2, D7412G, and D7412, the ISW-D8125CW supports 1 Bosch ISW-EN7280

Serial Receiver Interface and 1 additional ISW-EN4200 Serial Receiver (with a maximum of 67 transmitters).

On the D7212GV2 and D7212G, the ISW-D8125CW supports 1 Bosch ISW-EN7280 Serial

Receiver Interface and 1 additional ISW-EN4200 Serial Receiver (with up to 32 transmitters in the same location).

Used for diagnostic functions to troubleshoot system RF Transmitters

The device check-in time is fixed at 3 minutes.

Programmable system supervision interval.

2.2 Specifications

User Interface:

Operating Voltage:

LCD Display 2 lines by 16 characters, Backlit

Keypad 0 – 9 numbers

ESC, ENT, PREV, NEXT and DIAG keys

10.2 - 14 VDC supplied by Aux Power from Control Panel or an

External Auxiliary Power Supply.

Current:

Operating

Temperature:

Wiring:

30 mA typical, 45 mA maximum plus

40 mA for each ISW-EN4200 receiver

+32

°

F to +149

°

F (0

°

C to +65

°

C), 93% Relative Humidity

18 AWG or 22 AWG Solid or Stranded. Maximum distance from control panel cannot exceed 5 ft. (1.5 m).

Dimensions (HxWxD):

3.94 in. x 6.5 in. x 1.2 in. (10 cm x 16.6 cm x 3 cm)

Weight:

8.6 oz. (243 g)

Operating Voltage:

Curent:

Wiring:

10.2 VDC to 14 VDC

40 mA Max.

18 AWG or 22 AWG Solid or Stranded. Maximum distance from ISW-

D8125CW to ISW-EN4200 cannot exceed 200 ft. (61 m) or 1000 ft.

(305 m) with power supply.

Table 3: ISW-D8125CW Specifications

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ISW-D8125CW

Overview

2.2.1 Power

If the ISW-D8125CW is powered down and then back up, it may take up to a maximum of 5 minutes (Check-In Time is fixed at 3 minutes) for all the transmitters to report back to the

ISW-D8125CW with their current status.

In addition, when the ISW-D8125CW is powered up, all programmed RF points will report

Normal until their state is updated.

The ISW-D8125CW power should be connected to the control panel using the Aux Power terminals. If the

ISW-D8125CW were to lose power, the following conditions may result:

All RF points will report to the control panel as missing (trouble/alarm)

All RF points will initialize in a normal state when power is reapplied

Alarms initiated prior to power loss would be reset. If the alarm conditions persist when power is restored, new alarms would be generated.

Note: Programmed settings such as RF point configuration will remain intact upon the event of a power loss.

2.2.2.1 Watchdog

The ISW-D8125CW implements a watchdog software. Failure of the program will result in a software reset within two seconds. This may cause a trouble condition on the control panel for the duration of the reset.

2.2.2.2 Self-Testing

The ISW-D8125CW EEPROM memory is automatically tested on a periodic basis. The EEPROM checksum is verified every ten minutes. If the EEPROM checksum fails, a point bus trouble condition will be seen at the control panel.

Using two ISW-D8125CWs, you can program up to 238 (119 per bus) Bosch commercial wireless transmitters on the D9412GV2, D7412GV2, D9412G, D7412G, D9412 systems. The D7412, D7212, and D9112 allow up to 67 Bosch wireless transmitters, and D7212GV2 and D7212G allow up to 32 Bosch wireless transmitters.

Points 74 and 75 on ZONEX 1 and points 194 and 195 on ZONEX 2 cannot be used.

The ISW-D8125CW is an integrated interface module and keypad. The keypad is used to access the programming, and diagnostic functions of the wireless portion of the system. The integrated keypad on the

ISW-D8125CW is physically different looking from the typical keypads (D1255, D1256, D1257, and so on) so that it will not be mistaken for a system keypad. When mounting the ISW-D8125CW, it must be within 5 feet

(of the control panel. It has been designed such that it should be mounted right next to the D8103, D8108A or

D8109 enclosure.

The D9412GV2, D7412GV2, D7212GV2, D9412G, D7412G, D7212G, D9412, D7412, D7212, and D9112

Control Panels can have both hardwired (D8128D OctoPOPITS, D8125 Popex / D9127 POPITS, D8125MUX) and wireless points connected at the same time.

To add wireless points, an Bosch ISW-EN7280 Serial Receiver Interface must be connected to the ISW-

D8125CW which is then connected to the control panel’s ZONEX 1 (and/or ZONEX 2) terminals and Aux

Power. For best transmitter reception results, the ISW-EN4200 Serial Receiver Interface (serial receiver within the ISW-EN7280) should be centrally located among the transmitters. If transmitters are at too great of a distance for the ISW-EN4200 Receiver to pick up the transmission, a Bosch RF Repeater may be installed.

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Overview

See Figure 1 for areas of importance on the ISW-D8125CW,

1.

Programming Jack (Access using front panel)

2.

EPROM Socket – contains

EPROM with encoded software

3.

Sounder to indicate valid and invalid entry via the keypad

4.

4-Wire ZONEX Power Panel

Connection Terminal Strip

5.

ISW-EN4200 Receiver

Terminal Strip

6.

LCD Contrast Adjustment

The ISW-D8125CW provides connection to a control panel using a ZONEX 4-wire interface and to a ISW-EN7280 Serial

Receiver Interface via 5-wire cable.

Figure 1: ISW-D8125CW Back View

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ISW-D8125CW

Installation

3.0 Installation

The ISW-D8125CW is packaged with a Point Label Sheet. Save these, as you will use them when identifying the point numbers on the Bosch transmitters.

3.1 Mounting the ISW-D8125CW

1.

Select the knockout from the control panel enclosure that will be used to route the wiring.

2.

Select the location from which the Bosch ISW-

EN7280 wiring will be routed.

Wire

Knockouts

Figure 2: Choosing a Knockout for

Wiring Routing (D8103 enclosure shown)

3.

4.

Remove the base of the ISW-

D8125CW.

Connect the wiring (see

Section

3.2 Wiring the ISW-

D8125CW to the Control

Panel and ISW-EN7280

Serial Receiver Interface

) to the ISW-D8125CW and mount the cover unit to the base.

ISW-D8125CW

Base

Control Panel

Enclosure

Figure 3: Mounting the ISW-D8125CW base

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3.2 Wiring the ISW-D8125CW to the Control Panel and ISW-EN7280 Serial Receiver

Interface

Using ISW-ACC664 cable, the ISW-EN7280 must be located within 4 ft. (1.2 m) of the ISW-D8125CW.

Do not modify the ISC-ACC664 cable. Do not use any other cable.

Combining the ISW-TRL8080 with the ISW-EN4200 makes a ISW-EN7280. Certain installation configurations may require a second ISW-EN4200 Receiver.

Disconnect all power to the Control Panel and to the ISW-D8125CW before beginning any work with the internal components.

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Figure 4: Connecting the ISW-ACC664 cable

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Refer to Figure 5 and Figure 6 for the proper wiring connections.

D9412GV2/D9412G/D9412/D9112

Control Communicator Panel

ISW-EN4200 #1

GND Vs RX TX

ISW-D8125CW

Installation

ISW-EN4200 #2

GND Vs RX TX

ISW-D8125CW

(Points 9-127)

+12v

IN

OUT

GND

+12v

DATA

GND

MOLEX CONNECTOR

ISW-EN4200 #1

GND Vs RX TX

BLUE

WHITE

ISW-TRL8080

TX 1

RX 1

Vs

GND

TX 2

(

DCC

)

RX 2

Vs

GND

OUT 1

OUT 2

TXP

GND

ISW-EN4200 #2

GND Vs RX TX

ISW-D8125CW

(Points 129-247)

+12v

IN

OUT

GND

+12v

DATA

GND

BLUE

WHITE

ISW-TRL8080

TX 1

RX 1

Vs

GND

TX 2

(

DCC

)

RX 2

Vs

GND

OUT 1

OUT 2

TXP

GND

MOLEX CONNECTOR

Figure 5: ISW-D8125CW to D9412GV2/D9412G/D9412/D9112 Control Panel Wiring Diagram

D7412GV2/D7212GV2/D7412G/D7212G/D7412/D7212

Control Panel

ISW-EN4200 #1 ISW-EN4200 #2

GND

Vs RX TX

GND

Vs RX TX

To Terminal 3,

AUX Power

ISW-D8125CW

(Points 9-127)

+12v

IN

OUT

GND

+12v

DATA

GND

To Terminal 9,

Common

BLUE

ISW-TRL8080

TX 1

RX 1

Vs

GND

TX 2

(

DCC

)

RX 2

Vs

GND

OUT 1

OUT 2

TXP

GND

WHITE

MOLEX CONNECTOR

Figure 6: ISW-D8125CW to D7412GV2/D7212GV2/7412G/D7212G/D7412/D7212 Control Panel Wiring

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Installation

The following information details the recommended programming steps that should be taken when installing a

ISW-D8125CW in a new installation.

1.

Push 2 and change the Installer Passcode, if necessary (see Section

3.6.2 Menu 2: Change

Installer Passcode,

p.19).

2.

Push 1 to begin adding RF Transmitters to the system (see Section

3.6.1.2 Menu 1: Add, Edit or

Delete RF Transmitter

, p.14).

3.

Use the [DIAG] key for testing the system during and after installation.

3.4 Labeling the Bosch Transmitters

Prior to programming the Bosch transmitters or ISW-D8125CW, it is recommended that you take the time now to apply the point number labels from the Point Label Sheet to the individual transmitters.

To access the keypad on the ISW-D8125CW, simply open the door by gently pulling on the tab on the bottom center of the keypad (Figure 7).

The keypad of the ISW-D8125CW is comprised of the following (see Figure 8: ISW-D8125CW

Keypad):

1.

LCD Display

2.

Keys (see Table 4)

3.

Connector for ISW-TRL8080

Key

ESC

Description

Escape – Backs out of a programming option or menu level.

Enter – Accepts a program entry. ENT

PREV Manually scrolls to a previous menu or point selection. This key will also stop the auto-scrolling of the menus.

NEXT

Manually scrolls to the next menu or point selection. This key will also stop the auto-scrolling of the menus.

DIAG Shortcut to RF Diagnostics menu

(see Section

3.6.5 RF Diagnostics

Function, p.21

)

Table 4: Key Descriptions

Figure 7: Tab to expose keypad

Figure 8: ISW-D8125CW Keypad

Single beep indicates entry is acknowledged, two beeps indicate valid entry and three beep tones indicate an input error has been made.

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When the ISW-D8125CW is powered it will display the idle text (Figure

9, Figure 10 or Figure 11).

Figure 9 will appear if no transmitters are programmed into the ISW-

D8125CW, Figure 10 will appear if one or more transmitters are already programmed in the ISW-D8125CW and are not missing, or

Figure 11 will be displayed if the ISW-D8125CW has a system fault.

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Installation

Figure 9: System Defaulted

Display

3.5.2 RF System OK

If the system is OK, Figure 10 will appear.

Figure 10: RF System Normal

3.5.3 Call for Service

If one of the following conditions occurs, Figure 11 will appear.

EEPROM Failed

Receiver Missing

Programmed RF Points Missing see Section

4.0 Troubleshooting,

p.23 for more information.

3.5.4 Factory Default Passcode

The ISW-D8125CW contains a single passcode. To access the functions in the ISW-D8125CW, this passcode must be entered first.

The default passcode loaded at the factory is 123456 + [ENT]. This passcode may be changed at any time from within programming mode. To enter the default passcode, press 123456 + [ENT].

3.5.4.1 Entering Invalid Passcodes

If an invalid passcode is entered, the ISW-D8125CW keypad will display Figure 12. If an invalid passcode is entered 4 times in row, the keypad will display Figure 13.

The ISW-D8125CW will disallow any further entries for 5 minutes, unless power is cycled to the unit.

Figure 11: Call for Service

Figure 12: Invalid code display

Figure 13: Invalid code, Keypad locked display

3.6 ISW-D8125CW Menu Selections

After the passcode is entered and the [ENT] key is pressed, the first of the following menus are displayed with each menu displayed for three seconds before the next one is displayed.

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Figure 14: ISW-D8125CW Menu Selections

To select a function, press the corresponding number or function key displayed. This menu scrolls for 5 minutes. After 5 minutes the display returns to showing idle text if no keypad activity is detected.

It is highly recommended that a walk test be performed after all programming is completed.

3.6.1 Beginning steps to add/edit/delete an RF Transmitter

Follow the steps below to begin the process of adding a new or existing RF transmitter:

1.

From the Idle Text screen, enter the passcode and press [ENT] to access the main menu.

2.

Press 1 to add or edit an RF Transmitter (RF Xmtr).

3.

Enter the point number and press [ENT]

4.

At the Transmitter point status screen, do the following depending on the desired action:

To edit point type (see Section

3.6.1.1 Point )

for new transmitters, press 1 and see Section

3.6.1.3 Adding a new RF Transmitter

, p. 15 or to reprogram existing transmitters, see

Section 3.6.1.3 Adding an existing RF Transmitter

, p.17.

To delete a transmitter from the ISW-D8125CW, press 2 and see Section

3.6.1.4 Deleting an RF Transmitter

p.18.

3.6.1.1 Point Type

The Point Type setting determines whether the transmitter is a burg point or fire point.

3.6.1.2 Menu 1: Add, Edit or Delete RF Transmitter

This menu is used to add/edit/delete RF transmitters to the ISW-D8125CW and to configure them.

Burg points follow the user defined RF system supervision interval. Fire points are set at a 4 hour RF system supervision interval.

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The display for adding, editing or deleting an RF Transmitter is the same. Figure 15 shows an example of the display.

1.

The point address of the RF Transmitter.

2.

The point type the RF Transmitter is in (see Section

3.6.1.1 Point

, p.14 for more information).

Figure 15: RF Transmitter status

3.

This line is used to display the key options for this transmitter (see Section

3.6.1.3 Adding a new

RF Transmitter,

p.15).

<command scroll> = “Push 1 to edit” displays for 3 seconds, “2 to delete” displays for 3 seconds,

“3 to program” displays for 3 seconds or “ESC to exit” displays for 3 seconds

Function For more information…

Adding new

Adding existing

Deleting

Used When…

• adding new transmitter(s)

• programming transmitter(s) and adding to

ISW-D8125CW

• to change point type of transmitter(s)

• adding the point to ISW-D8125CW without reprogramming the transmitter(s)

• replacing the ISW-D8125CW without reprogramming the transmitter(s)

• deleting transmitter(s) from the ISW-

D8125CW

Section

3.6.1.3 Adding a new RF Transmitter,

Section p.17

Section

an RF Transmitter,

p.15

3.6.1.3 Adding an existing RF Transmitter,

3.6.1.4 Deleting

p.18

Table 5: RF Transmitter options

3.6.1.3 Adding a new RF Transmitter

To add an RF transmitter, follow the steps below:

1.

Complete the steps in Section

3.6.1 Beginning steps to add/edit/delete an RF Transmitter,

p.14.

2.

After the point number has been entered, the keypad will display:

Note: By default, all new points being added will be assigned

Burg and have a fixed check-in time of 3 minutes.

3.

Push [1] to edit the transmitter if the displayed values need to be modified. If not, proceed to step 8.

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4.

To set the point type of the RF Transmitter, see Section

3.6.1.1 Point ,

p.14 for information on selectable Point Types.

5.

After the point type is entered, the ISW-D8125CW will display the following.

6.

Push [3] to continue adding the transmitter

7.

The keypad displays two options:

Push [1] for a new transmitter

Push [2] for an existing transmitter

8.

Press [1] on the keypad

9.

When the keypad displays:

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Transmitter.

10.

Press the reset button on the transmitter.

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11.

Once the transmitter information is programmed correctly into the serial receiver interface, the keypad display will show briefly.

If transmitter is not programmed into the ISW-D8125CW within 5 minutes, a 3-beep error tone will occur and the keypad will display:

Note: The point number of the transmitter will automatically increment.

12.

Record the point information on the ISW-D8125CW Program Record Sheet (see Section

5.0

ISW-D8125CW Program Sheet,

p.27) and on the transmitter point label before proceeding to the next transmitter.

3.6.1.3 Adding an existing RF Transmitter

It may be necessary to take an already installed transmitter and add it again to the ISW-D8125CW (especially if the ISW-D8125CW is damaged and needs to be replaced). In this case, the RF transmitters can be added to the ISW-D8125CW.

If changing the point type, program as a new transmitter.

Refer to the ISW-D8125CW Program Record Sheet (see Section

5.0 ISW-D8125CW Program Sheet,

p.27) for point type when replacing the ISW-D8125CW.

To add an existing RF Transmitter, follow the steps below:

1.

Complete the steps in Section

3.6.1 Beginning steps to add/edit/delete an RF Transmitter,

p.14.

2.

After the point number has been entered, the keypad will display:

3.

Push [3] to continue adding the transmitter

4.

5.

The keypad displays two options:

Push [1] for a new transmitter

Push [2] for an existing transmitter

Press [2] on the keypad.

6.

The keypad displays the following:

Note: The point number of the transmitter is automatically incremented.

7.

Record the point information on the ISW-D8125CW Program Record Sheet (see Section

ISW-D8125CW Program Sheet,

p.27) before proceeding to the next transmitter.

5.0

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3.6.1.4 Deleting an RF Transmitter

To delete a programmed RF Transmitter, follow the steps below:

1.

2.

Complete the steps in Section

3.6.1 Beginning steps to add/edit/delete an RF Transmitter,

p.14.

After the point number has been entered, the keypad display will display:

3.

Push [2] to delete the transmitter.

4.

The selected point is deleted and the keypad beeps twice and displays the following for 3 seconds.

Note: The point number of the transmitter is automatically incremented.

3.6.1.5 Programming the ISW-EN5040-T Transmitter

If it is necessary to install a ISW-EN5040-T Transmitter into this system, it must be programmed as an RF point. However, the Transmitter will only send Low Battery Reports and Tamper Reports. The same procedure for adding an RF Transmitter (see Section

3.6.1.3 Adding a new RF Transmitter,

p.15) is used to add the ISW-EN5040-T Transmitter. For further information please refer to the Bosch ISW-EN5040-T

Installation Instructions.

3.6.1.6 Programming the D9412GV2, D7412GV2, D7212GV2, D9412G, D7412G, D7212G, D9412, D7412,

D7212, and D9112 Control Panels for RF Transmitters

The ISW-D8125CW will send back to the control panel the responses shown in Table 6.

If the RF Transmitter sends…

a Faulted condition

ISW-D8125CW sends to the control panel…

Shorted condition a Normal condition a Low Battery condition (see note)

Normal condition

Low Battery condition

Table 6: ISW-D8125CW Point Transition Reporting to D9412, D9112, D7412, and D7212 Control Panels

Note: Only D9412G, D7412G, D7212G, D9412, D7412, D7212, and D9112 Control Panels, Version 6.50 and higher, are able to send

RF BATTERY LOW

events. See the D9412G/D7412G Program

Entry Guide (P/N: 47775) for information on programming

RF BATTERY LOW

events in the

Routing section. The D9412GV2, D7412GV2, and D7212GV2 can use any revision. In addition,

RPS Version 3.6 or higher and 9000MAIN Handler Version 1.13 or higher must be used to enable this event.

If both a Tamper and Fault condition occur, the Tamper condition takes priority over the

Fault condition and an open condition is sent to the control panel.

Therefore, Bosch Security Systems recommends the following:

Controlled points be programmed as ‘Instant alarm on Open’ when armed and

‘Trouble’ when disarmed.

24 Hour points be programmed as ‘Instant alarm on Open’

Fire points be programmed as ‘Trouble on Open’

An Open condition on the control panel signifies a Tamper while a Short condition is considered a Fault.

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3.6.2 Menu 2: Change Installer Passcode

Note: If the installer’s passcode is lost, you must send the ISW-D8125CW to Bosch repair for defaulting.

Shipped from the factory, the ISW-D8125CW passcode is 123456. To change this passcode, follow the steps shown below:

1.

From the Main Menu, press [2]. The keypad will display: ......

Enter the current passcode.

Note: Each digit of the passcode will appear as a *.

If the passcode entered does not match the existing passcode, a 3beep error tone will occur and the keypad will display:

Then you will return to the Main Menu.

After a valid passcode is entered, the keypad will display: ....

Enter a new 6-digit passcode.

The keypad should now display:............................................

Again, enter the new 6-digit passcode.

If the passcodes match, the keypad will display:

If a mistake was made and the passcodes do not match, a 3-beep error tone will occur and the keypad will display:

Then you will return to the Main Menu.

To exit out of this menu, simply press the [ESC] key.

3.6.3 Menu 3: Clear EEPROM

This menu selection is available if it is believed that the data in the ISW-D8125CW is corrupted and you wish to clear the information and reprogram it. To clear the EEPROM, follow the steps shown below.

1.

To access this menu selection, press 4 from the main menu. The keypad will display: followed by:……………………………………………………………… and then: ………………………………………………………

2.

3.

Push the [ENT] key. Since clearing the EEPROM will delete the entire point database and default the ISW-

D8125CW to the default settings, another confirmation is required to proceed.

If you wish to exit from this menu, press the [ESC] key. Otherwise, push the [ENT] key one more time to confirm that you wish to have the EEPROM erased.

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3.6.4 Menu 4: Set RF System Supervision Interval

The RF System Supervision Interval determines how long the ISW-D8125CW will wait to hear at least one check-in transmission (or any transmission) from a transmitter before sending a Missing condition to the

Control Panel. The interval value that is chosen applies to all burg point type transmitters system wide. To set the RF System Supervision Interval, follow the steps shown below.

1.

To access this menu selection, press 5 from the main menu. The keypad will then display the following menus:

<value> = None, 4 hr., 12 hr., or 24 hr.

Note: All burg transmitters follow the programmed supervision interval.

Note: The supervision interval begins when the ISW-

D8125CW powers up. If removing a battery in a transmitter to test this feature, the supervision interval starts before the transmitter is programmed, taking until the end of the next supervision window to go into trouble.

2.

If [1] + [ENT] is pressed, the keypad will display (for two seconds before returning to the main menu):

If [2] + [ENT] is pressed, the keypad will display (for two seconds before returning to the main menu):......................

If [3] + [ENT] is pressed, the keypad will display (for two seconds before returning to the main menu):......................

If [4] + [ENT] is pressed, the keypad will display (for two seconds before returning to the main menu):......................

The Supervision Interval for the Fire Point type will remain fixed at 4 hours regardless of programmed value.

If a receiver does not receive a check-in transmission or any other type of transmission (ex. “Alarm, Tamper”) within the time programmed, the ISW-D8125CW will send a Missing condition for that point to the control panel.

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The RF Diagnostics function allows you to troubleshoot individual RF transmitters programmed in the system.

This menu is split into two sub-menus: Individual point status and Off-Normal point status.

To access the RF Diagnostics menu, follow the steps shown below.

1.

To access this function, one of two methods can be used. a. Press [DIAG] on the keypad from idle text.

Enter a valid passcode and press [ENT]: b. From the main menu (after a valid passcode has been entered), press [DIAG] on the keypad.

2.

The keypad will then display the following menus (if there are no system faults on the ISW-D8125CW):

See step 4 below

See step 5 below

3.

If [1] is pressed, this menu allows you to jump to any RF point programmed into the ISW-D8125CW. If [1] is pressed from this menu, the keypad will display:

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4.

After a valid RF Point Number is entered, Figure 16 will be displayed.

Figure 16: Point Number Status

Item Variable Description

1 <xx> ? ISW-D8125CW has not received at least 30 transmissions to determine signal strength

Transmitter must be relocated

OK Good signal strength

2 <state> Normal

Faulted

Tamper

Missing

Tamper, Low Bat

Faulted, Low Bat

Table 7: Variable Descriptions

If an invalid RF Point Number is entered, the following is displayed:

If the ISW-D8125CW is connected to ZONEX 1, enter point numbers 9-127 (except for 74 or 75). Use 9-75 if connected to a D7412G, D7412, D7412GV2, D7212,

D7212G, or D7212GV2 .

Figure 17: RF Point not programmed

5.

6.

If the ISW-D8125CW is connected to ZONEX 2, enter point numbers 129-247 (except 194 or 195). After entering the point number and pressing the [ENT] key, the keypad will display

Figure 16.

To view the next RF point number programmed in the ISW-D8125CW, press [NEXT], otherwise press [PREV] to see the previously programmed RF point.

If [2] is pressed from this menu, the keypad will display all off-normal points at a 2-3 second scroll rate. By pressing [NEXT] or [PREV] while this is scrolling stops the auto scroll. The

[NEXT] and [PREV] keys are used to view point status individually. (See Figure 16)

The keypad will then revert back to the initial Diagnostics menu:

See step 4

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4.0 Troubleshooting

Symptom Diagnosis

ISW-D8125CW has lost communications with the ISW-

EN7280. This will cause all programmed RF points on that

ISW-D8125CW to go missing immediately (missing alarms or missing troubles at control panel.) It will also cause a Point

Bus Fail 1 (or 2) at the control panel.

The ISW-D8125CW hasn't

'heard' from an RF point for the length of the programmed supervision interval. The most common reasons are damage to the transmitter, physical environmental changes, or a dead battery.

To find out which RF points are missing, press [DIAG] for RF diagnostics, then [2] for Offnormal point’s status. Display will start at lowest numbered off-normal point and automatically scroll up. [NEXT] or [PREV] keys will switch to manual scrolling.

Internal diagnostics checksum failure

Remedy

Check for LED activity at receiver(s).

Double-check wiring between

ISW-D8125CW and ISW-

EN7280.

+12 V/Vs to GND = approx.

13 VDC

DATA/OUT to GND = fluctuating voltage (data flowing)

Make sure that jumper on ISW-

TRL8080 is set to '1' if one

ISW-EN4200 is used on a ISW-

D8125CW; If two ISW-

EN4200's are used on a ISW-

D8125CW, set the jumper on the ISW-TRL8080 receiver to

'2'.

Locate missing transmitter.

Check for physical damage.

Check battery voltage, which should equal 3.0 VDC min.

Bring transmitter closer to receiver and cause a transmission, to determine if a range problem exists due to a change in the environment. For range problems, a second ISW-

EN4200 may be added or add an ISW-EN5400-T repeater.

Clear EEPROM, and reprogram the ISW-D8125CW and all of its transmitters. If EEPROM failure re-occurs, return the

ISW-D8125CW for repair/replacement.

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Symptom

Point response is correct at the

ISW-D8125CW, but incorrect at the control panel (for example,

RF point is in trouble when it should be faulted, etc.).

RF points change state unexpectedly, with no actual state change at transmitter in RF Diagnostics in RF Diagnostics

Diagnosis

Point programming at control panel is incorrect.

Two or more transmitters are programmed as the same RF point number.

Received signal level for that point is low.

ISW-D8125CW has not received enough recent transmissions from that RF point to give an 'OK' or 'BAD' signal indication; Several transmissions are required.

The signal indication will start out as '?' after power up, after programming an RF point, or after an RF point has gone missing.

Remedy

Make sure point programming at control panel is correct, especially the Point Response

Type. Remember that regardless of transmitter type or configuration of an external circuit, the ISW-D8125CW will always report a fault to the control panel as a short, and a tamper as an open. In most cases, a point response type that gives trouble on open is desired.

Transmitters send RF point status (fault/tamper/normal) at status change and at 1 min. check-in intervals. If two duplicate points are in different states, the RF point state at the

ISW-D8125CW may keep changing as the check-in transmissions from each transmitter are received. If duplicate RF points are in the same state, RF point state at the ISW-D8125CW will stay the same.

A second ISW-EN4200/receiver can be added to a ISW-EN7280 and mounted in a different location to increase range. A

Bosch ISW-EN5040-T highpower repeater may be used to increase range to a greater degree.

Cause several transmissions to update signal level. About 4 alarms or tampers and 4 restorals spaced 5 seconds apart will cause enough transmissions to get an accurate signal indication.

Without activations, it will take about a half-hour to get an adequate number of signal strength readings.

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RF points go missing when programmed supervision interval = none.

These RF Points are programmed as Fire Points.

Transmitters programmed as

Fire points will be supervised at

4 hour intervals, regardless of programmed supervision interval time.

Table 8: Troubleshooting Solutions

4.1 ISW-EN4200 Receiver Supervision

The ISW-D8125CW supervises the Bosch ISW-EN7280 receiver by periodically polling it. If the ISW-EN7280 does not respond to the polls over a five minute period, the ISW-D8125CW will initiate a Point Bus

Trouble event back to the control panel. The control panel will then initiate a Point Bus Fail 1 (or 2) event.

If this occurs, the ISW-D8125CW will display Figure 18.

ISW-D8125CW

ISW-D8125CW Program Sheet

If those RF points are not for

Fire devices, connect and reprogram the transmitter as new, changing the transmitter point type to Burg.

Figure 18: Call for Service,

Enter Code + ENT

Enter a valid passcode and then Figure 19 will be displayed.

Figure 19: Call for Service,

Receiver Missing

4.2 Missing Transmitters

A transmitter may go missing in the system due to the following most common reasons:

• dead battery

• physical environmental changes

• damage to the transmitter

The ISW-D8125CW will display Figure 20.

Enter a valid passcode and then Figure 21 will be displayed.

Note: The number 019 (which is used as an example) refers to the actual quantity of points missing, not the specific point number.

Figure 20: Call for Service,

Enter Code + ENT

Figure 21: Call for Service,

Points Missing

4.3 Low Transmitter Battery Conditions

When the transmitter reports low battery conditions and replacement is necessary be sure to press reset button on transmitter after replacing battery. Also, be sure to test the transmitter for proper operation after replacing battery.

If the ISW-D8125CW is powered down and then back up, it may take up to a maximum of 5 minutes for all the transmitters to report back to the ISW-D8125CW with their current status. On systems employing fewer transmitters, this time is reduced proportionately.

In addition, when the ISW-D8125CW is powered up, all transmitters report Normal until their state is updated.

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4.5 Bosch Frequently Asked Questions

This FAQ is reprinted with permission from Bosch.

4.5.1 What's the range of Bosch Wireless transmitters?

Range for any wireless device depends on the environment. In general, radio signals will be absorbed into materials that contain moisture, such as concrete, water, and earth. Radio signals will bounce off of metal surfaces and penetrate fairly easily through drywall or glass. In any case, the radio signals will lose some power as they pass through or come in contact with objects. For comparison purposes the only equitable measurement is "true-line-of-sight". This is a condition where there are absolutely no obstacles between the transmitter's antenna and the receiver's antenna.

It is rare that an installation has a true-line-of-sight condition so for a more definitive answer on range we suggest you test the environment with an ISW-EN7016 Site Survey Kit.

In a typical building environment our 900 MHz signal propagates easily around the metal studs and concrete floors. Customers regularly tell us that they are impressed with the performance. If additional coverage is needed we offer an ISW-EN5040-T High Power Repeater. These transmitters supporting unlimited number of

Bosch Commercial Wireless transmitters.

4.5.2 What does the red decode LED/ light mean?

This LED is located on the circuit board of Bosch Wireless receivers. It is an indicator of the RF noise in the area. Every time the light blinks the receiver is attempting to decode a signal. This light shows that the unit is turned on and working. It is listening to all of the radio energy in the environment to determine if any signals are coming in on the Bosch Commercial Wireless protocol. If a valid CW signal is received, the adjacent Valid

LED will illuminate.

4.5.3 How can I get more range?

You can use Bosch ISW-EN5040-T repeaters to extend the range of any Bosch Commercial Wireless system.

4.5.4 Why can't I program more than 1 transmitter per point?

Programming more than a single transmitter to a given point number defeats the ability of the Bosch Wireless system to supervise itself. This is a practice called "stacking points" and is discouraged in practice. Never stack points in a life-safety or security application.

4.5.5 Are your transmitters weatherproof?

We offer the ISW-ACC640 NEMA Enclosure for outdoor environments. Many installers simply seal our transmitters in PVC pipe when used in outdoor environments. Your choice of enclosures will depend on your specific needs. Be sure you keep in mind maintenance needs including battery replacement in a few years!

4.5.6 What is temperature range for good operation?

+40

°

F to +135

°

F (+4.4

°

C to +57.2

°

C)

4.5.7 Can I externalize an antenna?

No. Our ISW-EN5040-T acts as an external antenna.

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5.0 ISW-D8125CW Program Sheet

Installer Passcode (123456)

Supervision Interval

Point Table

Point

#

Point

Type

Bosch

Transmitter Type

Loop Type

(External

Contact)

(circle one)

EOL

Resistor?

Internal

Contacts

(Magnetic)

Used?

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

Notes:

Point Text

Location

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Point Table

Point

#

Point

Type

Bosch

Transmitter Type

Loop Type

(External

Contact)

(circle one)

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C

N/O or N/C

EOL

Resistor?

Yes / No

Yes / No

Internal

Contacts

(Magnet)

Used?

Yes / No

Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

Notes:

Point Text

Location

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Point Table

Point

#

Point

Type

Bosch

Transmitter Type

Loop Type

(External

Contact)

(circle one)

EOL

Resistor?

Internal

Contacts

(Magnet)

Used?

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

N/O or N/C Yes / No Yes / No

Notes:

Point Text

Location

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