programming 135 - Storm Medical Equipment Company, Inc.

programming 135 - Storm Medical Equipment Company, Inc.
Programming new 135
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Panel Information
135 Exit Panel
Door is Alarming
( Flashing Red )
®
Panel is On
( Green )
Secure Care Products, Inc.
135
Door is armed ( Red )
LED will turn off when
Escort Code is entered.
Flashing Red Fire is
activated.
Transmitter
is within
range of
panel (Red)
Transmitter is
being
detected
(Flashing
Yellow)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
0
#
When two transmitters
are present, center LED
is solid. When three or
more transmitters are
present, center LED
will blink. Keypad Punch
Indicator center LED
lights when any key is
pressed.
SECTION 10 PROGRAMMING
Reset (Escort) Codes
NOTE: The PM mode must be disabled to make any programming changes to
the panel. (See Section 10 of this manual)
NOTE: All Programming is stored in nonvolatile memory, which means that if
the panel loses power the programming will remain in memory.
NOTE: To reset the panel to factory settings enter *309 *9876543214.
Each Exit Control Panel offers three separate four digit codes for escorting transmitters legally through a protected
doorway or hallway or resetting an alarm condition created by the presence of a transmitter while the exit door is open
or hallway perimeter is breached. These three codes are referred to as the Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary. The
Primary and Tertiary codes allow for resetting alarm conditions and escorting transmitters through protected areas
when the Advanced Security Mode is not used (refer to the section on Advanced Security Mode for more operation
details of that feature). The Secondary code allows for resetting, escorting, and programming in all conditions. This
code allows transmitters to be escorted through a protected area while Advanced Security Mode is active (refer to the
section on Advanced Security Mode for more operation details of that feature).
Primary Code (any three digits proceeded by *).
Factory Default
*234
To change the Primary code, follow the three listed steps without pausing for greater than one second between
keystrokes.
1.
2.
3.
Enter *567 or the currently programmed Secondary code
Enter *9876543210#
Enter new three digit code. One beep = Change accepted
Secondary Code (any three digits preceded by *)
Factory Default *567
To change the Secondary code, follow the three listed steps without pausing for greater than one second between
keystrokes.
1.
2.
3.
Enter *567 or the currently programmed Secondary code
Enter *9876543211#
Enter new three digit code. Two beeps = Change accepted
Secondary Code Reset
This will allow you to reset the secondary code to factory setting ( *567 ) .
1.
Enter *309 *9876543212
Tertiary Code (any three digits proceeded by *).
Factory Default *751
To change the Tertiary code, follow the three listed steps without pausing for greater than one second between
keystrokes.
1. Enter *567 or the currently programmed Secondary code
2. Enter *9876543212#
3. Enter new three digit code. Three Beeps = Change Accepted
SECTION 10 PROGRAMMING
Escort Time
Factory Default 30 Seconds
Each Exit Panel has a time period for passing through a door without creating an alarm.
To change the Escort code, follow the three listed steps without pausing for greater than one second between
keystrokes.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Enter *567 or the currently programmed secondary code
Enter *9876543215#
Enter new three digit time in seconds (up to a maximum of 900 seconds but not less then 15 seconds)
followed by #
Two beeps = Change accepted; One beep = Change not accepted
Loiter Alarm
This feature, when programmed and enabled, allows the 135 Exit Panel to create a unique audible alarm to report that
a transmitter is in the proximity of a monitored door for too long. If the transmitter were to leave the monitored area
after the alarm sounds, the alarm would reset automatically without staff intervention.
Loiter Alarm
Factory Default
Disabled
To change the time of the loiter alarm feature in seconds follow the three listed steps without pausing for greater than
one second between keystrokes.
1. Enter *567 or currently programmed secondary code
2. Enter *9876543218#XXX (where “XXX” = time in seconds; example -30 sec. = “030”, 3 min. =
“180”)
3. Two confirmation beeps = change accepted
4. One confirmation beep = change not accepted
To enable the loiter alarm feature follow the three listed steps without pausing for greater than one second between
keystrokes.
1. Enter *567 or currently programmed secondary code
2. Enter *9876543218#999
3. Four confirmation beeps = change accepted
To disable the loiter alarm feature follow the three listed steps without pausing for greater than one second between
keystrokes.
1. Enter *567 or currently programmed secondary code
2. Enter *9876543218#909
3. Three confirmation beeps = change accepted
Software Version
To verify the software version:
1.
2.
Enter *567*2 and hold
Count the beeps. It should be a four digit number (10 beeps=0)
Elevator Mode
Elevator Mode
Factory Default
Disabled
In normal operation the AUX relay will operate normally, the NO relay will close during alarms and the NC relay will
OPEN during alarms. When the 135 Exit Panel loses all power, the NC relay will remain Closed and the NO will
remain OPEN. This feature only affects the AUX relays when the power is powered down
To enable the elevator mode: Enter *567 *0 hold the 0 until 1 beep is heard
To disable the elevator mode: Enter *567 *0 hold the zero until 2 beeps are heard. When the elevator mode feature is
enabled the AUX relays will change to the alarm state when the panel loses power. (Relays will change state).
SECTION 10 PROGRAMMING
Advanced Security Mode
In Advanced Security Mode the Primary Reset Code (*234 or equivalent) and Tertiary
Reset Code (*751 or equivalent) will not allow the escort of a monitored resident. The
Primary Reset Code may still be used to reset an alarm condition. If a Push Button is used
in Advanced Security Mode, it will not allow access while a monitored resident is within
the detection range. An audible alarm will sound while the Push Button is pressed and a
monitored resident is nearby. In the absence of a monitored resident the Push Button and
Primary Reset Code will work as usual. Enabling the Advanced Security Mode feature
has no affect on the Secondary Reset Codes (*567 or equivalent) operation.
Advanced Security Mode
Factory Default
Enabled
To enable the advanced security mode, follow the three listed steps without pausing for greater than one second
between keystrokes.
1. Enter *567 or Currently Programmed Secondary code
2. Enter *9876543215#999
3. Four confirmation beeps = change accepted
To disable the advanced security mode, follow the three listed steps without pausing for greater than one second
between keystrokes.
1. Enter *567 or Currently Programmed Secondary code
2. Enter *9876543215#909
3. Three confirmation beeps = change accepted
PM Mode Feature
The PM Mode feature allows the user to select a single event (one arm time and one
disarm time) to automatically arm and disarm the door system for everyday of the week.
This will allow more control of unauthorized traffic through the protected door during
those times.
PM Mode
To program the panel to arm and disarm at a selected time enter
1. Enter *567 *987654321 hold the one until one beep is heard
2. Enter current time of the day in military time
3. Enter unlock time in military time
4. Enter lock time in military time
To enable the PM mode feature
1. Enter 9999 while in programming mode
2. Four confirmation beeps = change accepted
To disable the PM mode
1. Enter 9009 while in programming mode
2. One confirmation beep = change accepted
Factory Default
Disabled
SECTION 10 PROGRAMMING
Panel ID Code
Each Exit Panel requires its own unique ID code for reporting purposes on the CAN bus
(if used). Any event message will be transmitted on the CAN bus beginning with the
Exit Panel ID code followed by the message string. The Exit Panel ID is also supervised
by the XIU for power.
Panel ID Code
Factory Default
255
To change the panel ID code, follow the three listed steps without pausing for greater than one second between
keystrokes.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Enter *567 or the currently programmed Secondary code
Enter *9876543213#XXX (XXX = three digit number)
Multiple confirmation beeps = change accepted
Single confirmation beep = change declined
To view the Exit Panel ID code, follow the three listed steps without pausing for greater than one second between
keystrokes.
1.
2.
3.
Enter*567 or the currently programmed Secondary code
Enter *9876543213#999
Three series of blinks (# of blinks for number in the code, i.e. one blink = 1) separated by pauses.
Antenna Selection
Each 135 Exit Panel has an integrated antenna system in the unit. However, due to
special requirements of certain installations, you may be inclined to add an external
antenna to the 135 Exit Panel. In order to choose the external antenna solely for coverage
or to choose both antennae, the following steps will allow you to choose the proper setup
for your installation needs.
Antenna Selection
To change the selection of antennae:
1. Enter *567 (or Currently Programmed Secondary Code) Enter *5 and hold the 5
2. One beep = board antenna is active
3. Two beeps = remote antenna is active
4. Three beeps = both the on board antenna and remote antennas are active
5. Four beeps = neither antenna is active
Antenna Range Adjustment
Each door system installation will be unique in many ways. Consider all of the local environmental factors of
construction around the system location - the types of materials used, the construction methods used, and amount of
foot traffic around and through the door
area. Each system will require tuning for the required coverage at each location independently. The following steps
will guide you during the adjustment.
Antenna Range Adjustment
1.
Enter *567 (or currently programmed secondary code) *9876543219
Five beeps indicate that you are in range adjustment mode
2.
Enter “1” and the current threshold will be given via a series of beeps.
1-9 beeps indicate its numeric value.
Ten beeps indicate a value of zero.
3.
Enter “*” followed by three digits of desired threshold value
Higher the value = shorter range
Lower the value = longer range
4.
Enter “0” to select the on board antenna or remote antenna
Four beeps = adjust the remote antenna
Two beeps = adjust the onboard antenna
5.
Enter “#” to get out of the range change mode or wait one minute.
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