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Digiplex Control Panel (DGP-848) - V4.0
DGP-848
Reference and Installation Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................................... 4
1.0
1.1 Features ............................................................................................................................................................................. 4
1.2 Specifications ..................................................................................................................................................................... 4
INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................................................. 5
2.0
2.1 Location & Mounting ........................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.2 Earth Ground ...................................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.3 AC Power ........................................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.4 Backup Battery ................................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.5 Auxiliary Power Terminals .................................................................................................................................................. 5
2.6 Telephone Line Connection ................................................................................................................................................ 5
2.7 Bell/siren Output ................................................................................................................................................................. 5
2.8 Calculating Power Requirements ....................................................................................................................................... 7
2.9 Programmable Outputs ...................................................................................................................................................... 9
2.10 Combus Connections ....................................................................................................................................................... 9
2.11 Single Zone Connections ................................................................................................................................................. 9
2.12 Double Zone Connections .............................................................................................................................................. 10
2.13 Keypad Zone Connections ............................................................................................................................................. 10
2.14 Keyswitch Connections .................................................................................................................................................. 10
2.15 Fire Circuits .................................................................................................................................................................... 10
PROGRAMMING METHODS.......................................................................................................................... 12
3.0
3.1 Panel Programming Mode ................................................................................................................................................ 12
3.2 Module Programming Mode ............................................................................................................................................. 12
3.3 Feature Select Programming ............................................................................................................................................ 12
3.4 Decimal Programming ...................................................................................................................................................... 12
3.5 Hexadecimal Programming .............................................................................................................................................. 12
3.6 Level Programming .......................................................................................................................................................... 13
3.7 Paradox Memory Key ....................................................................................................................................................... 13
ZONE PROGRAMMING.................................................................................................................................. 14
4.0
4.1 Zone Numbering ............................................................................................................................................................... 15
4.2 Zone Definitions ................................................................................................................................................................ 15
4.3 Zone Partition Assignment ............................................................................................................................................... 16
4.4 Zone Options .................................................................................................................................................................... 16
4.5 Zone Labels ...................................................................................................................................................................... 17
4.6 Input Speed ...................................................................................................................................................................... 19
4.7 EOL Zones ....................................................................................................................................................................... 19
4.8 Zone Doubling (ATZ) ........................................................................................................................................................ 19
KEYSWITCH PROGRAMMING ...................................................................................................................... 20
5.0
5.1 Keyswitch Numbering ....................................................................................................................................................... 20
5.2 Keyswitch Definitions ........................................................................................................................................................ 21
5.3 Keyswitch Partition Assignment ........................................................................................................................................ 21
5.4 Keyswitch Options ............................................................................................................................................................ 21
ARMING & DISARMING OPTIONS ................................................................................................................ 22
6.1 Arming Follows Partition ................................................................................................................................................... 22
6.2 Restrict Arming On Battery/AC Failure ............................................................................................................................. 22
6.3 No Arming On Tamper ...................................................................................................................................................... 22
6.4 No Arming On Supervision Loss ....................................................................................................................................... 22
6.5 Timed Auto-Arming ........................................................................................................................................................... 22
6.6 No Movement Auto-Arming .............................................................................................................................................. 22
6.7 Auto-Arming Options ........................................................................................................................................................ 23
6.8 One-Touch Features ........................................................................................................................................................ 23
6.9 Exit Delay ......................................................................................................................................................................... 23
6.10 Keypad Lock-out Feature ............................................................................................................................................... 23
6.11 Maximum Bypass Entries ............................................................................................................................................... 24
6.12 Display “Bypass” If Armed .............................................................................................................................................. 24
6.0
6.13 Bell Squawk .................................................................................................................................................................... 24
6.14 Ring-back ....................................................................................................................................................................... 24
6.15 Switch To Stay Arming ................................................................................................................................................... 24
6.16 Always Force Arm When Regular Arming ...................................................................................................................... 24
ALARM OPTIONS ........................................................................................................................................... 25
7.0
7.1 Bell/alarm Output .............................................................................................................................................................. 25
7.2 Bell Cut-off Timer .............................................................................................................................................................. 25
7.3 Wireless Transmitter Supervision Options ........................................................................................................................ 25
7.4 Tamper Recognition Options ............................................................................................................................................ 25
7.5 Keypad Panic Options ...................................................................................................................................................... 26
EVENT REPORTING ...................................................................................................................................... 27
8.0
8.1 Reporting Enabled ............................................................................................................................................................ 28
8.2 Report Codes ................................................................................................................................................................... 28
8.3 Central Station Phone # ................................................................................................................................................... 30
8.4 Partition Account # ........................................................................................................................................................... 30
8.5 Reporting Formats ............................................................................................................................................................ 30
8.6 Event Call Direction .......................................................................................................................................................... 31
8.7 Recent Close Delay .......................................................................................................................................................... 31
8.8 Auto Test Report .............................................................................................................................................................. 31
8.9 Power Fail Report Delay ................................................................................................................................................... 31
8.10 Disarm Reporting Options .............................................................................................................................................. 31
8.11 Zone Restore Report Options ......................................................................................................................................... 31
8.12 Pager Delay .................................................................................................................................................................... 31
8.13 Auto Report Code Programming .................................................................................................................................... 31
DIALER OPTIONS........................................................................................................................................... 33
9.0
9.1 Telephone Line Monitoring ............................................................................................................................................... 33
9.2 Tone/pulse Dialing ............................................................................................................................................................ 33
9.3 Pulse Ratio ....................................................................................................................................................................... 33
9.4 Busy Tone Detection ........................................................................................................................................................ 33
9.5 Switch To Pulse ................................................................................................................................................................ 33
9.6 Bell On Communication Fail ............................................................................................................................................. 33
9.7 Dial Tone Delay ................................................................................................................................................................ 33
PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUTS........................................................................................................................ 34 10.0
10.1 PGM Activation Event ..................................................................................................................................................... 34
10.2 PGM Deactivation Event ................................................................................................................................................ 34
10.3 PGM Deactivation Option ............................................................................................................................................... 35
10.4 PGM1 Is Smoke Input .................................................................................................................................................... 35
PGM PROGRAMMING TABLE ....................................................................................................................... 36 11.0
SYSTEM SETTINGS & COMMANDS ............................................................................................................. 39 12.0
12.1 Hardware Reset .............................................................................................................................................................. 39
12.2 Software Reset ............................................................................................................................................................... 39
12.3 Battery Charge Current .................................................................................................................................................. 39
12.4 Installer Code Lock ......................................................................................................................................................... 39
12.5 Partitioning ...................................................................................................................................................................... 39
12.6 Installer Function Keys ................................................................................................................................................... 39
12.7 System Date & Time ....................................................................................................................................................... 40
12.8 Shabbat Feature ............................................................................................................................................................. 40
12.9 Module Reset ................................................................................................................................................................. 40
12.10 Locate Module .............................................................................................................................................................. 40
12.11 Module Programming ................................................................................................................................................... 40
12.12 Module Broadcast ......................................................................................................................................................... 40
12.13 Remove Module ........................................................................................................................................................... 41
12.14 Serial Number Viewing ................................................................................................................................................. 41
12.15 Power Save Mode ........................................................................................................................................................ 41
12.16 Auto Trouble Shutdown ................................................................................................................................................ 41
12.17 No AC Fail Display ........................................................................................................................................................ 41
ACCESS CODES ............................................................................................................................................ 42 13.0
13.1 Installer Code ..................................................................................................................................................................42
13.2 Access Code Length .......................................................................................................................................................42
13.3 System Master Code .......................................................................................................................................................42
13.4 Programming Access Codes ...........................................................................................................................................42
13.5 User Options ...................................................................................................................................................................43
13.6 User Partition Assignment ...............................................................................................................................................43
13.7 Access Control ................................................................................................................................................................43
13.8 Multiple Action Feature ....................................................................................................................................................44
ACCESS CONTROL ....................................................................................................................................... 45 14.0
14.1 Programming Access Control Overview ..........................................................................................................................45
14.2 Common Access Control Terms .....................................................................................................................................45
14.3 Enable Access Control ....................................................................................................................................................45
14.4 Assigning The Module To A Door ...................................................................................................................................45
14.5 Door Access Mode ..........................................................................................................................................................45
14.6 Access Levels .................................................................................................................................................................46
14.7 Schedules .......................................................................................................................................................................46
14.8 Holiday Programming ......................................................................................................................................................46
14.9 Logging Access Control Events ......................................................................................................................................46
14.10 Global Access Door Features .......................................................................................................................................47
WINLOAD SOFTWARE .................................................................................................................................. 48 15.0
15.1 Answering Machine Override ..........................................................................................................................................48
15.2 Ring Counter ...................................................................................................................................................................48
15.3 Panel Identifier ................................................................................................................................................................48
15.4 PC Password ..................................................................................................................................................................48
15.5 PC Telephone Number ....................................................................................................................................................48
15.6 Call WinLoad ...................................................................................................................................................................48
15.7 Answer WinLoad .............................................................................................................................................................48
15.8 Event Buffer Transmission ..............................................................................................................................................48
15.9 Call Back Feature ............................................................................................................................................................49
USER FEATURES .......................................................................................................................................... 49 16.0
16.1 Arming and Disarming Features ......................................................................................................................................49
16.2 Bypass Programming ......................................................................................................................................................50
16.3 Chime Zones ...................................................................................................................................................................50
16.4 Access Codes .................................................................................................................................................................51
16.5 Normal and Confidential Modes ......................................................................................................................................51
16.6 Keypad Settings ..............................................................................................................................................................51
16.7 Trouble Display ...............................................................................................................................................................51
16.8 Trouble Latch ..................................................................................................................................................................52
16.9 Clear Bell Limit Trouble ...................................................................................................................................................52
16.10 Event Record Display ....................................................................................................................................................53
INDEX.............................................................................................................................................................. 54 17.0
WARNINGS ..................................................................................................................................................... 59 18.0
WARRANTY .................................................................................................................................................... 60 19.0
20.0
1
INTRODUCTION
Paradox Security Systems has once again redefined the
boundaries of the security industry and is proud to introduce the
Digiplex Control Panel. A new generation in control panel
technology, the Digiplex Control Panel uses a quad-wire combus
that provides power and two-way communication for up to 95
modules (keypads, motion detectors, expansion modules, etc.).
This, combined with four true partitions, event call direction and the
zone numbering feature, simplifies the task of installing or making
changes to your security system. The innovative new programming
method makes programming the control panel logical and much
simpler to execute. This new generation of control panels offers
increased capabilities with countless new features without
compromising its user-friendliness. If anything, these new control
panels are easier to use and easier to install, making the Digiplex
Control Panel the ultimate in reliable security protection.
CTR-21 APPROVAL
The Digiplex DGP-848 control panel meets the European Union
Common Technical Requirement CTR-21. The CTR-21
requirement is an electrical standard that defines the analogue
interface for all two-wire telecommunications equipment (i.e.
DECT, PABXs, etc.) intended for connection to the Public Switched
Telephone Network. This allows the Digiplex control panel to be
used in as many as 19 countries such as Belgium, Germany,
Greece, Portugal, Sweden and Switzerland. Uploading or
downloading with the WinLoad Security System Management
Software is up to 30% faster due to some of the changes required
for CTR-21 approval.
1.1 FEATURES
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Digital multiplexed system
Digital, four-wire combus:
‹ Provides power and two-way communication to all modules
connected to the combus.
‹ one combus for up to 95 modules
‹ All modules have Plug and Play capability
‹ Connect modules up to 3000ft (914m) from the panel.
‹ Full supervision and sabotage-proof technology without
additional wiring
Up to 48 addressable zones
8 independent keyswitch zones (does not use any of the 48
zones)
8 on-board hardwired input terminals
4 True Partitions:
Most features and options in the Digiplex System can be independently set for each partition such as event reporting, entry/
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exit delay, bell squawk, quick arming, panics and many more.
All zones, keyswitches, user codes and keypads are assigned
to specific partitions, making this a true partitioned system.
95 User Codes, 1 Installer and 1 System Master
Up to 5 fully programmable outputs (PGMs) are available.
(PGM1 can be set as a two-wire smoke detector input. PGM5
is an optional 5A relay.)
Simple, direct and logical programming
Event Call Direction:
The Digiplex Control Panel events are divided into three event
groups for each partition and two system event groups. Each
event group can be programmed with a separate dialing
sequence for each partition.
4 Central Station Telephone Numbers
SIA, Contact ID, Pager Format and many more Communicator
Formats
Remote and local programming of all modules
Upload/download capability using new WinLoad Security
System Management software for Windows®.
Addressable PIRs and door contacts
And much, much, more…
1.2 SPECIFICATIONS
CONTROL PANEL
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AC Power: 16VAC, 20/40VA, 50-60Hz
Battery: 12VDC, 4Ah minimum
Aux. Power: 12VDC 600mA typical, 700mA maximum,
fuseless shutdown at 1.1A
Bell Output: 1A, fuseless shutdown @ 3A
PGM Output: PGM1 (100mA), PGM2 - PGM4 (50mA) and
PGM5 (5A optional relay)
Event Buffer: 1024 events
All control panel outputs are rated to operate between 10.8Vdc
and 12.1Vdc
GENERAL NOTE
When programming with the Grafica keypad (DNE-K07), the
steps may differ. If not indicated, please refer to Grafica’s
complete user manual available on our Web site at
www.paradox.ca.
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INSTALLATION
2.1 LOCATION & MOUNTING
2.5 AUXILIARY POWER TERMINALS
Before mounting the cabinet, push the five white nylon mounting
studs into the back of the cabinet. Pull all cables into the cabinet
and prepare them for connection before mounting the circuit board
into the back of the cabinet. Select an installation site that is not
easily accessible to intruders and leave at least 2" around the
panel box to permit adequate ventilation and heat dissipation. The
installation site should be dry and close to an AC source, ground
connection and telephone line connection.
You can use the auxiliary power supply to power the motion
detectors, keypads and other accessories in your security system.
A fuseless circuit protects the auxiliary output against current
overload and automatically shuts down if the current exceeds 1.1A.
Auxiliary power will resume once the overload condition has
restored. For details on available output power, please refer to
Figure 2-3 on page 6. For more information on how to calculate
system consumption, refer to "Calculating Power Requirements"
on page 7.
2.2 EARTH GROUND
Connect the zone and dialer ground terminals from the control
panel to the cabinet and cold water pipe or grounding rod as per
local electrical codes.
For maximum lightning protection, use separate earth
grounds for the zone and dialer grounds as shown in
Figure 2-3 on page 6.
2.6 TELEPHONE LINE CONNECTION
Connect the incoming telephone company wires into the TIP and
RING connections of the control panel. Then run the wires from T1
and R1 to the telephone system as shown in Figure 2-1.
Figure 2-1: Telephone Line Connections
2.3 AC POWER
Use a 16.5VAC (50/60Hz) transformer with a minimum 20VA rating
to provide sufficient AC power. For increased power you can use a
transformer with a 40VA rating. For UL Listed systems, you can
use model #BE156240CAA. For CSA listed systems, use model
#BE116240AAA. Do not use any switch-controlled outlets to power
the transformer. Connect the transformer as shown in Figure 2-3
on page 6.
During power up, the control panel will begin a module
scan (see section 12.6) that will last between 30 and
120 seconds.
Do not connect the transformer or the backup battery
until all wiring is completed.
2.4 BACKUP BATTERY
In order to provide power during power loss, connect a 12VDC
4Ah/7Ah rechargeable acid/lead or gel cell backup battery (YUASA
model #NP7-12 recommended) as shown in Figure 2-3 on page 6.
Connect the backup battery after applying AC power. When
installing, verify proper polarity, as reversed connections will blow
the battery fuse. For information on how to set the Battery Charge
Current to either 350mA or 700mA, please refer to section 12.3 of
this manual.
2.7 BELL/SIREN OUTPUT
The BELL+ and BELL- terminals power bells and/or other warning
devices that require a steady voltage output during an alarm. The
bell output supplies 12VDC upon alarm and can support two 20watt sirens or one 30-watt siren. The bell output uses a fuseless
circuit and will automatically shut down if the current exceeds 3A. If
the load on the BELL terminals returns to normal (≤3A), the control
panel will re-instate power to the BELL terminals. When connecting
sirens, please verify correct polarity as shown in Figure 2-2. Please
note that PGM5 is rated at 5A and can be used to power bells and/
or other warning devices (see Figure 2-2: Bell/Siren) by
programming it as a bell/siren output. Please refer to
Programmable Outputs in section 10.
When the bell/siren output is not used, the “Bell
Absent” message will appear in the Trouble Display.
To avoid this, connect a 1kΩ resistor across the bell
output.
Figure 2-2: Bell/Siren
2.4.1 Battery Test
The control panel conducts a dynamic battery test under load every
64 seconds. If the battery is disconnected, if its capacity is too low
or if the battery voltage drops to 10.5 volts or less when there is no
AC, the “Battery Trouble” message will appear in the Trouble
Display. At 8.5 volts, the panel shuts down and all outputs close.
PGM5 can be programmed
to follow the bell/siren output.
Bell/Siren Output
BELL/SIREN
BELL/SIREN
to “c” terminal of
control panel
to “AUX+” terminal
of control panel
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Figure 2-3: Digiplex Control Panel PCB Layout
Four pin connector can be
used for quick installation of a
Digiplex keypad or module.
Charging and battery test LED
(every 64 seconds)
“STATUS” LED: Short flash
Long flash
Constant
OFF
= Panel OK
= TLM Fault
= Dialer on-line
= Panel error/off-line
Reset
jumper
Warning:
Disconnect the
battery before
replacing the
fuse.
Warning:
Disconnect
telephone line
before servicing
Optional connector
can be used to
recharge another
battery in the
system.
PGM1: 100mA
PGM2: 50mA
PGM3: 50mA (opt)
PGM4: 50mA (opt)
PGM5
(optional
5A relay)
BELL OUTPUT
will shut down if
current exceeds 3A.
Warning: Improper connection may
result in damage to the system.
For the hardwire
connections, see “Single
Zone Connections” on
AWG#14 single
page 9 and "Double
Zone Connections” on conductor solid
copper wire
page 10.
To metallic
enclosure
COMBUS
Warning: During power up, the panel will
perform a module scan that lasts between
30 and 120 seconds.
Ground
clamp
Cold
water pipe
grounding
To provide maximum lightning
protection, we strongly
recommend having separate
earth connections for the dialer
and zone ground terminals.
AUX POWER
Refer to transformer requirements below for Auxiliary Power Output.
Also, refer to Calculating Power Requirements on page 7. To
connect additional wiring to auxiliary power, use the red (+) and
black (-) keypad connectors. Auxiliary power will shut down if current
exceeds 1.1A.
Transformer Requirements:
minimum: 16VAC 20VA
Auxiliary Supply can provide:
typical: 600mA
max.: 700mA
Usable Battery Charge Currents: 350mA
When installing the combus wires in a noisy
environment, or when connecting the combus
across separate buildings, you must use a
shielded cable. Refer to "Connecting the
Combus in Noisy Environments" on page 9.
The combus supports a maximum of 95
modules. Although external power supplies can
be used to provide power to modules connected
far from the control panel, the final module on
the combus should not be more than 3000 feet
(914m) away.
Before adding any module to the control
panel, make sure you shut down the panel by
removing AC power and the battery.
For UL/C-UL warnings and requirements, see “WARNINGS” on page 59.
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2.8 CALCULATING POWER REQUIREMENTS
Table 1: Power Unit Consumption Table
Description
QTY.
PU used by each
Total PU
Grafica Graphic LCD Keypads (DNE-K07):
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130PU =
__________ PU
LCD Keypads (DGP2-641):
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X
80PU =
__________ PU
LED Keypads (DGP2-648):
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X
45PU =
__________ PU
Motion Detector Modules (DGP2-50/60/70):
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X
25PU =
__________ PU
Door Contact Modules (DGP2-ZC1):
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X
14PU =
__________ PU
1-Zone Expansion Modules (DGP2-ZX1):
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X
25PU =
__________ PU
4-Zone Expansion Modules (APR3-ZX4):
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X
20PU =
__________ PU
8-Zone Expansion Modules (APR3-ZX8):
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X
40PU =
__________ PU
Omnia Wireless Expansion Modules (OMN-RCV3):
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X
50PU =
__________ PU
1-PGM Expansion Modules (APR3-PGM1):
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25PU =
__________ PU
4-PGM Expansion Modules (APR3-PGM4):
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X
150PU =
__________ PU
Printer Modules (APR3-PRT1):
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40PU =
__________ PU
InTouch Voice-Assisted Arm/Disarm Modules (APR3-ADM2):
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X
70PU =
__________ PU
Note: The DGP2-ACM1P consumes 165PU from its own power
supply.
Other devices such as hardwired motion detectors (1mA = 1PU)
__________ PU
Maximum available power units = 700PU
GRAND TOTAL
__________ PU
STEP 1: Using Table 1, calculate the total number of power units (PU) required by each device, module, and accessory in
the system. Please take into account devices connected to the control panel’s PGM outputs. Since the BELL output
has its own power supply, do not include the sirens connected to it in the calculation.
STEP 2: If the Grand Total is less than 700PU, go to step 3. If the value is greater, you will require an external power supply (see
Figure 2-5 on page 8) to provide the additional power needed. Proceed with step 3 and refer to the example in Figure 24 on page 8.
STEP 3: Due to the degradation of a power signal over long distances, EACH length or run of wire in the system can
support only a specific number of power units (PU). Using Table 2: Power Unit (PU) Limitations For Each Run of Wire,
determine how many power units each length of wire can support. Please note that the total number of power units
(PU) can never surpass 700PU.
Table 2: Power Unit (PU) Limitations For Each Run of Wire
Gauge: 18AWG, Surface: 0.823mm2
Gauge: 22AWG, Surface: 0.326mm2
Gauge: 24AWG, Surface: 0.205mm2
Length of each
run of wire
Length of each
run of wire
Length of each
run of wire
100ft. (30m)
200ft. (61m)
300ft. (91m)
400ft. (122m)
500ft. (152m)
600ft. (183m)
700ft. (213m)
800ft. (244m)
900ft. (274m)
1000ft. (305m)
1500ft. (457m)
2000ft. (610m)
2500ft. (762m)
3000ft. (914m)
Available Power
Units (PU)
700
700
700
700
690
575
493
431
383
345
230
172
138
115
100ft. (30m)
200ft. (61m)
300ft. (91m)
400ft. (122m)
500ft. (152m)
600ft. (183m)
700ft. (213m)
800ft. (244m)
900ft. (274m)
1000ft. (305m)
Available Power
Units (PU)
700
682
454
341
273
227
195
170
151
136
100ft. (30m)
200ft. (61m)
300ft. (91m)
400ft. (122m)
500ft. (152m)
600ft. (183m)
Available Power
Units (PU)
700
429
286
214
171
143
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Figure 2-4: Sample Power Requirement Calculations
CONTROL PANEL
= 700PU
16.5VAC 40VA
Transformer
AUX. OUTPUT
Power required by devices connected to control panel’s auxiliary
output must not exceed the auxiliary output’s limit:
(A) + (B) + (C) + (D) + (E) + (F) + (G) + = 310PU<700PU = OK
50ft. (15m)
200ft.(61m)
LCD Keypad (DGP2-641)
(D) = 80PU
Omnia Module (OMN-RCV3)
(A) = 50PU
25ft. (7.5m)
Addressable Detector
(DGP2-70)
(E) = 25PU
50ft. (15m)
APR3-ZX8
(B) = 40PU
25ft. (7.5m)
100ft. (30m)
LED Keypad (DGP2-648)
(F) = 45 PU
As indicated in Table 2, this run of wire can
support 700PU. Total PU on this run of wire:
(A)50PU + (B)40PU = 90PU<700PU = OK
50ft. (15m)
LED Keypad (DGP2-648)
(G) = 45 PU
300ft. (91m)
950ft. (255m)
As indicated in Table 2, this run of wire can support 454PU.
Total PU on this run of wire:
(D)80PU + (E)25PU + (F)45PU + (G)45PU = 195PU<454PU = OK
Addressable Detector
(DGP2-60)
(C) = 25PU
1000ft. (305m)
As indicated in Table 2, this run of wire can
support 136PU. Total PU on this run of wire:
(A)50PU + (C)25PU = 75PU<136PU = OK
If in the above example you were to add an LCD Keypad (80PU) to the 100 foot or 300 foot wire, you would not exceed the wire’s limit.
Although, adding the LCD Keypad to the 1,000 foot wire would exceed the wire’s limits, thereby causing devices to function at decreased
capacity.
Figure 2-5: External Power Supply Connections
Power units required by devices connected to a power supply do not draw power from the control panel’s auxiliary output.
500 feet from control panel
500 feet from control panel’s AUX. output
Therefore this run = max. 273PU
2000 feet from control panel
500 feet from power supply
Therefore this run = max. 273PU
Do not use the same transformer for the control panel and the external power supplies. Modules should never be
installed more than 3,000 feet (914m) from the control panel.
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2.9 PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUTS
The Digiplex Control Panel comes standard with PGM1 and
PGM2. PGM3 to PGM5 are optional. When a specific event or
condition occurs in the system, a PGM can be programmed to
reset smoke detectors, activate strobe lights, open/close garage
doors and much more. For details on how to program the PGMs,
refer to section 10.
PGM1 provides a maximum 100mA output, PGM2 to PGM4
provide a maximum 50mA output and PGM5 is a relay output that
provides a maximum of 5A. If the current draw on the PGM is to
exceed the current output, we recommend the use of a relay as
shown in Figure 2-6. PGM1 to PGM4 are normally open outputs
and PGM5 is a normally open or normally closed 5A relay. Also,
note that PGM1 can be programmed as a 2-wire smoke detector
input. For more information, refer to section 2.15.1 and section
10.4 of this manual.
Figure 2-6: PGM Relay Output
Across Separate Buildings: Strip the outer jacket at one end of
the shielded cable to expose the shield. In the same building that
houses the control panel, connect the exposed shield to a cold
water pipe or any other earth ground available, while leaving the
shield at the other end of the cable open (floating). The same
configuration applies for any subsequent building.
2.11 SINGLE ZONE CONNECTIONS
In addition to the combus, the Digiplex Control Panel includes eight
hardwired input terminals for use with traditional hardwired door
contacts, smoke detectors and/or motion detectors. One to eight-Zone
Expansion Modules that connect to the combus are also available.
Devices connected to hardwired input terminals must be assigned to a
zone and the zone's parameters must be defined. Please refer to
"Zone Programming" on page 14. for more information. Figure 2-7
demonstrates single zone (ATZ disabled) hardwire input terminal
connections recognized by the Digiplex system. For UL listed
installations, use EOL resistor part #2011002000.
Figure 2-7: Single Zone Input Connections
N.C. Contacts, No EOL
UL/ULC Configuration
CONTROL PANEL TERMINALS
CONTROL PANEL TERMINALS
+
+
+
AUX
-
-
+
AUX
-
1K9
EOL
+
COM N.C.
2.10 COMBUS CONNECTIONS
The combus is a 4-wire combus that provides power and two-way
communication between the control panel and all modules
connected to it. All addressable detection devices, keypads and
Digiplex modules are connected to the combus, which can support
up to 95 modules. Connect the four terminals labeled RED, BLK,
GRN and YEL of each detector, keypad or module to the
corresponding terminals of the control panel as shown in Figure 23 on page 6. Please note that all modules can be connected in a
star and/or daisy chain configuration. The final device on the
combus should not be more than 3000ft (914m) from the control
panel. The total run of every wire in the system must not exceed
3000ft (914m). For example, if 10 runs of wire are each 1000ft
(305m), the total would exceed the system’s capacity. For
information on how to assign a detection device to a zone in the
control panel, please refer to "Zone Programming" on page 14.
+
N.O. COM N.C.
TAMPER
Detector Terminals
Zone input
COM N.C.
N.O. COM N.C.
TAMPER
Detector Terminals Normally Closed
COM
COM
Zone input
1K9
EOL
N.C.
N.C.
UL/ULC Configuration
With Tamper Recognition
CONTROL PANEL TERMINALS
CONTROL PANEL TERMINALS
+
+
+
AUX
-
-
+
AUX
-
-
1K9
1K9
EOL
+
COM N.C.
+
N.O. COM N.C.
TAMPER
COM N.C.
Zone input 1K9
Detector Terminals
COM
EOL
Zone input
N.O.
Before connecting a module to the control panel,
shutdown the control panel by removing AC and
battery power.
N.O. COM N.C.
TAMPER
Detector Terminals Normally Open
1K9
TAMPER
SWITCH
UL/ULC Configuration
COM
N.C.
Enable ATZ (option [8] in section [504])
(cannot use extra input) and connect:
CONTROL PANEL TERMINALS
CONTROL PANEL TERMINALS
2.10.1 Connecting the Combus in Noisy Environments
When installing the combus wires in proximity to high electrical
interference such as neon lights, motors, high-voltage wiring,
transformers, or when connecting the combus across separate
buildings, you must use shielded cables. Connect the shielded
cable as detailed below:
Within the Same Building: Strip the outer jacket at one end of the
shielded cable to expose the shield and connect the shield to the
control panel ground (not the dialer ground), while leaving the
shield at the other end of the cable open (floating).
+
+
AUX
-
-9
1K9
EOL
+
+
AUX
-
-9
2.2K9
2.2K9
EOL
+
COM N.C.
TAMPER
N.O. COM N.C.
+
Detector Terminals
Zone input
1K9
1K9
TAMPER EOL
SWITCH
N.C.
COM
COM N.C.
TAMPER
N.O. COM N.C.
Detector Terminals
Zone input
2.2K9
*1K9
TAMPER EOL
SWITCH
COM
2.2K9
N.O.
*for installations without EOL, remove 1K9
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2.12 DOUBLE ZONE CONNECTIONS
2.13 KEYPAD ZONE CONNECTIONS
Enabling the ATZ feature (see section 4.8) allows you to install two
detection devices per input terminal. The ATZ feature is a software
oriented feature. Simply connect the devices as shown in Figure 28. Devices connected to input terminals must be assigned to a
zone and the zone's parameters must be defined. Please refer to
"Zone Programming" on page 14. for more information. For UL
listed installations, use EOL resistor part #2011002000.
Each LED and LCD keypad has one hardwired input terminal
allowing you to connect a detector or door contact directly to the
keypad. For example, a door contact located at the entry point of
an establishment can be wired directly to the input terminal of the
entry point keypad instead of all the way to the control panel.
Figure 2-8: Double Zone Connections
N.C. Contact, No EOL Resistor
CONTROL PANEL TERMINALS
+
RED
+
AUX
-
ORANGE
BLUE
BLACK
+
COM N.C.
12V
TAMPER
1K9
BLUE
Detector 1
Terminals
N.O. COM N.C.
Even with the ATZ feature enabled in the control panel,
only one device can be connected to the keypad’s
hardwired input terminal. Tamper is not recognized on
keypad zones. The keypad zone follows the control
panel’s EOL definition.
A device connected to the keypad’s input terminal must be
assigned to a zone in the control panel and the zone’s parameters
must be defined (see "Zone Programming" on page 14.). The
keypad will communicate the status of the zone to the control panel
via the combus. The detection device is connected as shown in
Figure 2-3 on page 6.
2.2K9
+
COM N.C.
12V
TAMPER
Detector 2
Terminals
N.O. COM N.C.
Zone
input
COM
1K9
2.2K9
N.C.
N.C.
N.C. Contact, No EOL, With Tamper Recognition
2.14 KEYSWITCH CONNECTIONS
Connect the keyswitches to the keypad, control panel, or Zone
Expansion Module's hardwired input terminals as shown in Figure
2-9. Once a keyswitch is connected, it must be assigned a
keyswitch zone and its parameters must be defined as described in
"Keyswitch Programming" on page 20.
Figure 2-9: Keyswitch Connections
CONTROL PANEL TERMINALS
CONTROL PANEL TERMINALS
+
+
AUX
RED
-
BLACK
ORANGE
1K9
BLUE
COM N.C.
+
12V
TAMPER
BLUE
+
+
AUX
-
-
Detector 1
Terminals
N.O. COM N.C.
keyswitch
2.2K9
1K
COM N.C.
+
12V
TAMPER
Detector 2
Terminals
N.O. COM N.C.
2.15 FIRE CIRCUITS
Zone
input
COM
1K9
N.C.
TAMPER
2.2K9
TAMPER
N.C.
N.C. Contacts, With EOL, With Tamper
& Wire Fault Recognition (UL/ULC)
CONTROL PANEL TERMINALS
Connect the smoke detectors used in the security system using
any of the following methods. Smoke detectors connected to the
control panel or zone expansion input terminals must be assigned
to a zone in the control panel and the zone's parameters must be
defined as a Fire Zone. For more details, refer to "Zone
Programming" on page 14.
2.15.1 Smoke Detector Installation (2-Wire)
+
+
AUX
RED
-
BLUE
BLACK
+
12V
COM N.C.
TAMPER
5009
EOL
ORANGE
BLUE
1K9
Detector 1
Terminals
N.O. COM N.C.
5009EOL 2.2K9
+
12V
COM N.C.
TAMPER
Zone
input
COM
5009
EOL
TAMPER
Detector 2
Terminals
N.O. COM N.C.
1K9
5009
EOL
N.C. TAMPER
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2.2K9
N.C.
PGM1 can be defined as a 2-wire smoke detector input (see
section 10.4) enabling smoke detectors to be connected as shown
in Figure 2-10 on page 11. Fire Zones must use a 1kΩ EOL
resistor. If there is a line short or if the smoke detector becomes
active, whether the system is armed or disarmed, the control panel
will generate an alarm. If the line is open, the “Zone Fault” trouble
indication will appear in the Trouble Display and will transmit the
appropriate report code to the central station (if programmed).
2.15.2 ESL CleanMeTM Installation
The Digiplex control panel supports the use of ESL smoke
detectors that have the CleanMeTM feature. The ESL smoke
detectors are connected exactly like standard smoke detectors as
shown in Figure 2-10. Please note that you should avoid
connecting more than 20 ESL smoke detectors. When an ESL
smoke detector sends a CleanMeTM signal, the control panel will
generate a Zone Fault trouble and if programmed will transmit the
Fire Loop report code to the central station. The trouble will be
cleared if there is no CleanMeTM signal for 255 seconds. If an
alarm occurs, the trouble will be cleared until it is detected again.
interrupt power to the smoke detector for four seconds when the
[CLEAR] and [ENTER] (LCD keypads) or [*] and [#] (Grafica
keypads) keys are pressed and held for two seconds.
Figure 2-11: Fire Zones
Figure 2-10: PGM1 2-wire Smoke Detector Input
PGM1 becomes
input #255
When using ESL smoke detectors with the
CleanME™ feature, do not connect more than
20 detectors in parallel.
2.15.3 Smoke Detector Installation (4-Wire)
Connect the 4-wire smoke detectors and a relay as shown in
Figure 2-11. Recommended: The System Sensor model 2112/24D
smoke detectors. To comply with UL955, the 4-wire smoke
detectors must be installed using 18 gauge wire. In the event
power is interrupted, the relay will cause the control panel to
transmit the Fire Loop Trouble report if programmed in section
[707]. To reset (unlatch) the smoke detector after an alarm, verify
that the negative (-) of the smoke detector is connected to a PGM
as shown in Figure 2-11. Then program the PGM with the “Smoke
Reset” activation event (see section 10.1 of this manual) to
SINGLE FIRE ZONE CONNECTIONS ONLY
If the ATZ feature is enabled, do not use the extra
input (i.e. in the above example, input 009 cannot be
used as a zone).
It is recommended that all 2-wire and 4-wire smoke
detectors be connected in a daisy chain configuration.
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3
PROGRAMMING METHODS
The Digiplex Control Panel can be programmed using the WinLoad
software, the Paradox Memory Key, or manually by using an LCD
(DGP2-641) or Grafica (DNE-K07) keypad. We highly recommend
programming the control panel with WinLoad as it greatly simplifies
the process and reduces potential data errors. Please refer to
"WINLOAD SOFTWARE" on page 48. for details on how to set up
the control panel to function with WinLoad.
You can also copy the programmed contents of one Digiplex
control panel into as many Digiplex control panels as you need by
using the Paradox Memory Key (see section 3.7). Each control
panel is programmed in less than 5 seconds.
Keypads and other modules can also be programmed easily by
using Module Broadcast (see section 12.12). Once a module is
programmed, its sections can be sent to other similar modules
through the combus.
3.1 PANEL PROGRAMMING MODE
Use the Programming Guide to keep track of which sections were
programmed and how. In order to program anything in the Digiplex
Control Panel you must enter panel programming mode.
TO PROGRAM IN PANEL PROGRAMMING MODE:
1)
Press and hold the [0] key.
2)
Enter the [INSTALLER CODE] (Default is 000000).
3)
Enter the 3-digit [SECTION].
Every feature and or option is programmed in a three-digit
section starting at [001].
4)
Enter the required [DATA].
The type of data required will be detailed in the Programming
Guide and/or explained in the appropriate sections of this
manual.
For LCD keypads:
After entering the required data, either the control panel will
automatically save the data and advance to the next section, or
you must press the [ENTER] key to save the data and advance to
the next section. Press the [CLEAR] key to revert to the preceding
step or to erase the current data.
For Grafica keypads:
After entering the required data, press Grafica’s center action key
(Save) to save the data and advance to the next section. Press the
right action key (Exit) to revert to the preceding step or press the
left action key (Clear) to erase the current data.
TO PROGRAM IN MODULE PROGRAMMING MODE:
1)
Press & hold the [0] key.
2)
Enter the [INSTALLER CODE] (Default is 000000).
3)
Enter section [953].
4)
Enter the 8-digit [SERIAL NUMBER] of the module you wish to
program.
5)
Enter the 3-digit [SECTION] and required [DATA].
Refer to the Module’s Programming Guide or the module’s
Installation manual for details.
The control panel will redirect all programming to the selected
module. To exit Module Programming Mode, press the [CLEAR] key
on LCD keypads, or the right action key (Exit) on Grafica keypads,
as many times as needed to return to the desired screen. Please
note that a module's serial number can be located on the module's
PC board or it may already be recorded in the module's Installation
Guide.
3.3 FEATURE SELECT PROGRAMMING
Most of the Digiplex Control Panel options are programmed using
the Feature Select Method.
For LCD keypads:
Each number from 1 to 8 corresponds to a specific feature or
option. Set these options by turning the number corresponding to
the feature ON or OFF. The option is considered ON when the
number appears within the brackets. Turn options ON and OFF by
pressing the corresponding keys on the keypad. Press the keys as
many times as you need to select the desired options and then
press [ENTER] to save.
For Grafica keypads:
Select or clear the check boxes pertaining to the options or
features that you wish to enable or disable. You can also set the
options by pressing the corresponding keys on the keypad. The
feature is considered ON when its check box is selected. To save
the settings, press Grafica’s center action key (Save).
3.4 DECIMAL PROGRAMMING
Certain sections may require the entry of a 3-digit decimal value
from 000 to 255.
3.5 HEXADECIMAL PROGRAMMING
3.2 MODULE PROGRAMMING MODE
All modules connected to the combus are programmed through an
LCD (DGP2-641) or Grafica (DNE-K07) keypad in the system. To
do so, simply enter Module Programming Mode as shown below.
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Certain sections may require the entry of one or more Hexadecimal
values from 0 to F.
For LCD keypads:
[0] to [9] = values 0 to 9 respectively
[STAY]
=A
[FORCE] = B
=C
[ARM]
[DISARM] = D
[BYP]
=E
[MEM]
=F
For Grafica keypads:
[0] to [9] = values 0 to 9 respectively
[#]
= A to F (press the key until the desired letter appears)
Copy to Memory Key from SOURCE Control Panel:
1)
2)
3.6 LEVEL PROGRAMMING
In the sections requiring Level Programming, only one option can
be selected.
3)
For LCD keypads:
To select the option, use the [S] and [T] keys until the desired
option is visible and then press [ENTER] to save.
Remove the AC and battery
power from the control panel.
Place Memory Key on the
connector labeled MEM KEY of the
control panel that you want to
copy. Make sure that the write
protect jumper is on.
Enter section:
[965] to copy the contents of the panel except sections
[001] to [048] (device serial numbers) and [049] to
[056] (keyswitch serial numbers) to the key.
[966] to copy all of the contents including sections [001]
to [048] and [049] to [056] from the panel to the key.
When the keypad emits a Confirmation Beep, wait 10 seconds
before removing the Memory Key. Remove the jumper if you
do not wish to accidentally overwrite the contents of the
Memory Key.
For Grafica keypads:
To select the option, use Grafica’s scroll keys until the desired
option is visible and then press Grafica’s center action key (Save)
to save.
4)
3.7 PARADOX MEMORY KEY
Download to DESTINATION Control Panel:
1)
The Paradox Memory Key is not verified by UL.
2)
Copy the programmed contents of one Digiplex Control Panel into
the Paradox Memory Key. Then copy the contents of the Paradox
Memory Key into as many Digiplex Control Panels as you need.
This saves you a lot of time. All you have to do is program one
Digiplex Control Panel, then download the programmed contents to
other control panels in less than 5 seconds.
3)
(keyswitch serial numbers) from the key to the
panel.
[962] to download all of the contents including sections
[001] to [048] and [049] to [056] from the key to the
panel.
Figure 3-1: Using the Memory Key
Write Protect Jumper
Jumper On
= Read from & write
to memory key
Jumper Off
= Write protect (read
from memory key
only)
4)
Insert Paradox Memory
Key onto the connector
labeled MEM KEY
Remove the AC and battery
power from the control panel.
Place the Memory Key on the
connector labeled MEM KEY of the
control panel that is to receive the
contents of the Memory Key.
Enter section:
[961] to download the contents except sections [001] to
[048] (device serial numbers) and [049] to [056]
When the keypad emits a Confirmation Beep, wait 10 seconds
before removing the Memory Key.
Partial View of the
Digiplex Control Panel
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4
ZONE PROGRAMMING
All detection devices connected to the control panel, keypads and zone expansion modules must be assigned to a zone and that zone must
be defined as described in this section:
Zone Numbering [001] to [048]:
•
Serial number of the device/module
•
Input number of the device/module
Zone Parameters [101] to [148]:
•
Zone Definition
•
Zone Partition Assignment
•
Zone Options
The Zone Numbering feature is used to individually assign each detection device to any desired zone in the Digiplex system (see section
4.1). The Zone Parameters define the type of zone, the zone's partition assignment and how the control panel will react when an alarm
condition occurs on that zone (see section 4.2 to section 4.4). For more information on the installation of devices and modules, please refer
to Figure 2-3 on page 6 or to their respective Installation Guides.
Figure 4-1: Zone Programming
Press & hold the
[0] key
Key in the
[INSTALLER CODE]
Key in 3-digit
[SECTION]
Zone Definitions
Zone Numbering
Sections [001] to [048] represent
zones 1 to 48 respectively
Zone Parameters
Sections [101] to [148] represent
zones 1 to 48 respectively
Enter the 8-digit [SERIAL
of the addressable
detection device or module that
has a hardwire device
connected to it.
Zone Definition
First Digit
NUMBER]
Enter the module’s 3-digit [INPUT
NUMBER] where the hardwire
device is connected.
NOTE: An input number is not
required for motion detectors,
keypad zones, and the Access
Control module(DGP2-ACM1P)
Zone Partition
Assignment
Second Digit
Zone Partition Assignment
Select one only
1 - Zone Assigned to Partition 1 (Default)
2 - Zone Assigned to Partition 2
3 - Zone Assigned to Partition 3
4 - Zone Assigned to Partition 4
Zone Options
Zone Options
Feature Select
Select one
or more
Press [ENTER]
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Select
one only
0 - Disabled (Default)
1 - Entry Delay 1
8 - 24Hr Burglary
2 - Entry Delay 2
9 - Delayed 24Hr Fire
3 - Entry Delay 3
A - Standard 24Hr Fire
4 - Entry Delay 4
B - Stay Delay 1
5 - Follow
C - Stay Delay 2
6 - Instant
D - Stay Delay 3
7 - 24Hr Buzzer
E - Stay Delay 4
[1] Auto Zone Shutdown
[2] Bypass Zone (Default)
[3] Stay Zone
[4] Force Zone
[5] [6] Zone Alarm Type
off off Audible Alarm (steady)
off on Audible Alarm (pulsed)
on off Silent Alarm
on on Generates only a report
[7] Intellizone
[8] Delay before transmission
4.1 ZONE NUMBERING
SECTIONS [001] TO [048]
The Zone Numbering feature allows you to assign any detection
device in the system to any of the 48 zones. This feature tells the
control panel where the device is connected and which of the 48
zones is assigned to that device (see Figure 4-2: Zone
Numbering).
•
To assign an addressable detection device connected to the
combus, program the detector's serial number into the section
corresponding to the desired zone (i.e. program zone 34 in
section [034]).
•
To assign a detection device connected to a module or control
panel's hardwired input terminal, program the module's or
control panel's serial number and the input number where the
device is connected into the section corresponding to the
desired zone. Refer to the appropriate module's Installation
Guide for details of its input numbers. Note: An input number is
not required for motion detectors, keypad zones, and the
Access Control Module (DGP2-ACM1P).
If PGM1 is defined as a smoke detector input (see
section 10.4), the control panel will recognize it as
input # 255.
4.2.1 Zone Disabled
SECTIONS [101] TO [148]: FIRST DIGIT = 0
Disables the corresponding zone. All zones are disabled by
default.
4.2.2 Entry Delays 1 to 4
SECTIONS [101] TO [148]: FIRST DIGIT = 1 TO 4
When an armed zone defined as an Entry Delay opens, the control
panel will not generate an alarm until the programmed Entry Delay
Timer has elapsed. A zone can be defined with one of four Entry
Delays. Each Entry Delay is associated with an Entry Delay Timer.
To program the Entry Delay Timer, key in the desired 3-digit delay
value (000 to 255 seconds) into the corresponding section:
•
Entry Delay 1 Timer: [230]
•
Entry Delay 2 Timer: [231]
•
Entry Delay 3 Timer: [232]
•
Entry Delay 4 Timer: [233]
Please note these are the same timers used for Stay Delay zones
(see section 4.2.9). Entry Delay zones are commonly used at the
entry/exit points of the protected area (i.e. front/back door or
garage). Using different Entry Delays is useful when, for example,
one entry point requires a longer delay than the other entry point or
in a partitioned system where each partition may require a different
Entry Delay.
Figure 4-2: Zone Numbering
4.2.3 Follow Zones
SECTIONS [101] TO [148]: FIRST DIGIT = 5
If an armed Follow zone opens, the control panel will immediately
generate an alarm. If an armed Entry Delay zone (see section
4.2.2) opens before the Follow zone, the control panel will wait until
the end of the Entry Delay before generating an alarm. If more than
one Entry Delay zone opens before the Follow zone, the control
panel will wait until the end of the first Entry Delay before
generating an alarm.
4.2.4 Instant Zones
SECTIONS [101] TO [148]: FIRST DIGIT = 6
When an armed Instant zone opens, the control panel immediately
generates an alarm. Instant zones are commonly used for
windows, patio doors, skylights and other perimeter type zones.
4.2.5 24Hr Buzzer Zones
4.1.1 Clearing a Zone’s Numbering
For LCD keypads:
1) Enter a section number between [001] and [048].
2) Press [0] and then [ENTER] to save and exit.
For Grafica keypads:
1) Enter a section number between [001] and [048].
2) Press [0] to clear the serial number.
3) Using Grafica’s scroll keys, highlight the input number and
then press [0] to clear the data.
4) Press Grafica’s center action key (Save) to save and exit.
4.2 ZONE DEFINITIONS
Select one of the 15 available zone definitions described below
(also refer to Figure 4-1 on page 14).
SECTIONS [101] TO [148]: FIRST DIGIT = 7
Whenever a 24Hr Buzzer zone opens, whether the zone is armed
or disarmed, the control panel will activate the keypad buzzer to
indicate that the zone was breached. The control panel will report
the alarm, but will not enable the bell/siren output. Enter any valid
access code on the keypad to stop the buzzer.
The keypads must be assigned to the same partition
as the 24Hr Buzzer zone. Otherwise, the buzzer will
not activate.
4.2.6 24Hr Burglary Zones
SECTIONS [101] TO [148]: FIRST DIGIT = 8
Whenever a 24Hr Burglary zone opens, whether the system is
armed or disarmed, the control panel will immediately generate an
alarm.
4.2.7 Delayed 24Hr Fire Zone
SECTIONS [101] TO [148]: FIRST DIGIT = 9
The Delayed 24Hr Fire Zone definition described in Figure 4-3 on
page 16 is commonly used in residential homes where a smoke
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detector often generates false alarms (i.e. cigarette smoke, burning
bread, etc.). When a zone is programmed as a Fire zone, the zone
becomes normally open and requires an EOL resistor. The zone
will not function as normally closed.
Figure 4-4: Bell/Siren Output During Fire Alarm
The keypads must be assigned to the same partition
as the Delayed 24Hr Fire zone for the buzzer to
activate.
Figure 4-3: Delayed 24-hr. Fire Zone
Delayed Fire Zone
Triggered
Activate bell/siren output & delay
report transmission for 30 seconds.
Has the zone
closed within
30 seconds?
Yes
No
Has a 2nd
Delayed Fire
Zone opened in
30 sec.?
Yes
Latch alarm and transmit
report code as described
in the section "Standard
24Hr. Fire Zone".
No
Yes
Yes
Bell/siren silenced.
Delay report
transmission an additional 90 sec.
No
SECTIONS [101] TO [148]: FIRST DIGIT = B TO E
When a Stay Delay zone is armed using the Regular or Force
arming methods, the control panel will process the zone as an
Instant zone (see section 4.2.4). When a Stay Delay zone is armed
using the Stay or Instant arming methods and the zone is triggered,
the control panel will not generate an alarm until the programmed
Stay Delay has elapsed. A zone can be defined with one of four
Stay Delays. Each Stay Delay is associated with an Entry Delay
Timer. To program the Entry Delay Timer, key in the desired 3-digit
delay value (000 to 255 seconds) into the corresponding section:
Stay Delay 1 = Entry Delay 1 Timer in section [230]
Stay Delay 2 = Entry Delay 2 Timer in section [231]
Stay Delay 3 = Entry Delay 3 Timer in section [232]
Stay Delay 4 = Entry Delay 4 Timer in section [233]
Please note that the Entry Delay Timers are the same timers used
for Entry Delay zones.
4.3 ZONE PARTITION ASSIGNMENT
No
Any key on
keypad pressed
within 30
seconds?
4.2.9 Stay Delay Zone
Problem
corrected?
Yes
END
Alarm Disabled
4.2.8 Standard 24Hr Fire Zone
SECTIONS [101] TO [148]: FIRST DIGIT = A
For details how to connect smoke detectors to the control panel,
refer to Fire Circuits in section 2.15. When a zone is programmed
as a Fire zone, the zone becomes normally open and requires an
EOL resistor. The zone will not function as normally closed.
Whenever a Standard 24Hr Fire Zone is triggered, whether it is
armed or disarmed, the control panel can:
•
send a Zone Alarm report code (see section 8.2.5).
•
send a Fire Loop Trouble Report (see section 8.2.11) if a
tamper/wiring fault occurs on a Fire Zone. A “Zone Fault
Trouble” will also appear in the keypad's Trouble Display.
•
generate a Fire alarm, which is always audible, regardless of
other settings. Fire alarms will generate an intermittent bell/
siren output signal as demonstrated in Figure 4-4.
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SECTIONS [101] TO [148]: SECOND DIGIT = 1 TO 4
The control panel provides the option of partitioning the security
system into two, three, or four completely independent systems.
Therefore, each zone must be assigned to one partition as
described in Figure 4-1 on page 14. For more information on
Partitioning, refer to section 12.5.
4.4 ZONE OPTIONS
Each zone can be programmed with one or more of the options
described below. Program the zone options as described in Figure
4-1 on page 14.
4.4.1 Auto Zone Shutdown
SECTIONS [101] TO [148]: OPTION [1]
When option [1] is disabled and an armed zone is breached, the
control panel generates an alarm: it may send an alarm report (see
section 8.11), activate the bell output, etc.. If the same zone reopens during the same alarm, another alarm report may be sent,
the bell output may re-activate and so on. When option [1] is
enabled on a zone, the control panel will stop generating an alarm
when the Auto Zone Shutdown Limit is reached during one armed
period. The control panel will ignore zones with the Auto Zone
Shutdown option that have surpassed the programmed limit. To
program the Auto Zone Shutdown Limit, key in the desired 3-digit
counter (000 to 015) into section [217]. Entering 000 disables this
feature. The Auto Zone Shutdown counter resets every time the
system is armed.
4.4.2 Bypass Zones
SECTIONS [101] TO [148]: OPTION [2]
Only zones with option [2] enabled can be Manually Bypassed
(see section 13.5.3). Fire Zones cannot be bypassed. All zones are
set as Bypass Zones by default.
4.4.3 Stay Zones
SECTIONS [101] TO [148]: OPTION [3]
Only zones with option [3] enabled will be bypassed when the
system is Stay or Instant Armed (see section 16.1.2). All other
zones will remain activated. Fire Zones cannot be set as Stay
Zones.
4.4.4 Force Zones
SECTIONS [101] TO [148]: OPTION [4]
Only zones with option [4] enabled can be bypassed when the
system is Force armed (see section 16.1.6). Fire Zones cannot be
set as Force Zones.
4.4.5 Alarm Types
SECTIONS [101] TO [148]: OPTIONS [5] & [6]
[5]
[6]
Zone Alarm Type
Off
Off
Steady Audible Alarm
Off
On
Pulsed Audible Alarm
On
Off
Silent Alarm
On
On
Generates a report only
•
A Steady Audible Alarm transmits the appropriate report code
(if programmed) and generates an alarm providing a steady
output for any bells or sirens connected to the control panel.
•
A Pulsed Audible Alarm transmits the appropriate report code
and generates an alarm providing a pulsed output (see Figure
4-4 on page 16) for any bells or sirens connected to the panel.
•
A Silent Alarm transmits the appropriate report code and
generates an alarm without activating any bells or sirens (e.g.
keypad indicates an alarm and the system must be disarmed).
•
A Report Only sends the report code to the central station.
Unlike a silent alarm, no access codes are required to cancel
the alarm. Fire Zones cannot be set to Report Only.
Transmission Delay, key in the desired 3-digit delay value (001 to
255 seconds, 000 = instant) into section [256]. This feature is
commonly used with Entry Delay zones in order to reduce the
occurrence of false alarms created by new users who may not
disarm the system in time.
4.5 ZONE LABELS
SECTIONS [451] TO [498]
The existing zone labels that are displayed on an LCD (DGP2-641)
or Grafica (DNE-K07) keypad’s screen can be modified to suit the
installation’s needs. When zone labels are modified, the label is
changed throughout the system. Each label can contain a
maximum of 16 characters. To modify the zone labels, enter the
desired section and then enter the label. For instructions on how to
enter letters and special characters, refer to Tables 3 to 9 for LCD
keypads, or Grafica’s Online Manual for Grafica keypads. A
complete Grafica user manual is available on our Web site at
www.paradox.ca.
Zone Labels: Sections [451] to [498] represent Zones 01 to 48.
Table 3: Keys
Press
[STAY]
Feature
Insert Space
Inserts a blank space in the cursor’s position
[FORCE]
Delete
[ARM]
Delete Until the
End
[DISARM]
Numeric or
Alphanumeric
[BYP]
Lower or Upper
Case
[MEM]
Special
Characters
4.4.6 Intellizone
SECTIONS [101] TO [148]: OPTION [7]
If an alarm condition occurs on a zone with option [7] enabled, the
control panel will trigger the Intellizone Delay and will seek
confirmation of the alarm before generating an alarm. An alarm will
only be generated if one of the following conditions occurs during
the Intellizone Delay:
1) An alarm condition occurs on any other Intellizone during the
Intellizone Delay.
2) The zone in alarm has restored and re-occurred during the
Intellizone Delay.
3) The zone in alarm remains in alarm for the entire Intellizone
Delay.
To program the Intellizone Delay, key in the desired 3-digit delay
value (010 to 255 seconds) into section [200]. Fire Zones cannot
be set as Intellizones.
Description
Deletes the character or blank space found
at the cursor’s position
Deletes all characters and spaces to the
right of the cursor and at the cursor's position
Toggles from numeric keys to alphanumeric
keys and vice versa (see Table 4 on
page 17, Table 5 on page 18 or Table 6 on
page 18)
Toggles the case setting from lower to upper
case and vice versa
The cursor will turn into a flashing black
square. Enter the 3-digit number that
represents the desired symbol (see Table 7
on page 18, Table 8 on page 18 or Table 9
on page 18)
Table 4: Numeric and Alphanumeric Keys
Numeric
Alphanumeric
Key
Press key
one time
Press key
one time
Press key
two times
Press key
three times
[0]
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
--A
D
G
J
M
P
S
V
Y
--B
E
H
K
N
Q
T
W
Z
--C
F
I
L
O
R
U
X
4.4.7 Delay Alarm Transmission
SECTIONS [101] TO [148]: OPTION [8]
When an alarm condition occurs on a zone with option [8] enabled,
the control panel will generate an alarm, but will not report the
alarm to the central station until the end of the Alarm Transmission
Delay. During this period, disarming the system will cancel any
report originating from this zone. To program the Alarm
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Table 5: Hebrew Keypad Letter Assignment
Table 8: Hebrew Special Characters Catalogue
Table 6: Russian Keypad Letter Assignment
Table 7: Special Characters Catalogue
Table 9: Russian Special Characters Catalogue
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4.6 INPUT SPEED
SECTIONS [201] TO [216]
(000 to 255 X 20msec,default: 600ms) The Input Speed defines
how quickly the control panel will respond to an open zone
detected on any hardwired input terminal. The control panel will not
display and/or respond to an open zone until the programmed Input
Speed elapses to prevent glitches from causing an alarm or
unnecessary reporting. All other zone definitions and options do
not come into effect until the Input Speed has elapsed. The Input
Speed does not apply to addressable detection devices. The Input
Speed for each input terminal can be set from 20ms to 5.1s, by
programming the desired value (001 to 255 X 20ms) into the
appropriate section.
Example:
The system is armed and the zone speed is set for 600ms. A zone
opens and closes in less than 600ms, the control panel will not
respond (i.e. no reporting, no alarm and no display on the keypad).
[201]
[202]
[203]
[204]
[205]
[206]
[207]
[208]
[209]
[210]
[211]
[212]
[213]
[214]
[215]
[216]
more information on the use of EOL resistors, refer to Zone
Connections in section 2.11 & section 2.12.
4.8 ZONE DOUBLING (ATZ)
SECTION [504]: OPTION [8]
Enabling the ATZ feature allows you to install two detection devices
per hardwired input terminal. Each detection device will have its
own zone, display its zone status on the keypad and send separate
alarm codes for each zone. The extra zones are recognized as
described in Figure 4-5. For information on how to connect the
detection devices, please refer to Double Zone Connections in
section 2.12. Fire Zones cannot be doubled.
Figure 4-5: ATZ Input Terminal Recognition
Panel Terminal 1 / Input 001 speed
Panel Terminal 2 / Input 002 speed
Panel Terminal 3 / Input 003 speed
Panel Terminal 4 / Input 004 speed
Panel Terminal 5 / Input 005 speed
Panel Terminal 6 / Input 006 speed
Panel Terminal 7 / Input 007 speed
Panel Terminal 8 / Input 008 speed
Panel Doubler 1 / Input 009 speed
Panel Doubler 2 / Input 010 speed
Panel Doubler 3 / Input 011 speed
Panel Doubler 4 / Input 012 speed
Panel Doubler 5 / Input 013 speed
Panel Doubler 6 / Input 014 speed
Panel Doubler 7 / Input 015 speed
Panel Doubler 8 / Input 016 speed
4.7 EOL ZONES
SECTION [504]: OPTION [7]
If detection devices connected to hardwired input terminals use
1kΩ end of line resistors, enable option [7] in section [504]. For
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5
KEYSWITCH PROGRAMMING
The Digiplex Control Panel can support up to 8 keyswitch zones in
addition to the 48 standard zones. A keyswitch allows a user to arm
or disarm a system by pressing a key or by toggling a keyswitch.
The keyswitches are connected to the hardwired input terminals of
either the Digiplex control panel, zone expansion modules or the
keypad. For more information on the installation of keyswitches,
please refer to section 2.14. Keyswitches must be assigned to a
keyswitch zone and that zone must be defined as described in this
section:
Keyswitch Parameters [149] to [156]:
•
Keyswitch Definitions
•
Keyswitch Partition Assignment
•
Keyswitch Options
The Keyswitch Numbering feature enables you to individually
assign each input to any keyswitch zone in the Digiplex system.
Please refer to section 5.1 for details. The Keyswitch Parameters
define the keyswitch's partition assignment and its arming method
(see section 5.2 to section 5.4).
Keyswitch Numbering [049] to [056]:
•
Serial # of the Module
•
Input # of the Module
Figure 5-1: Keyswitch Programming
Press & hold the
[0] key
Key-in
[INSTALLER CODE]
Key in 3-digit
[SECTION]
Keyswitch Definitions
Keyswitch Numbering
Sections [049] to [056] represent
keyswitches 1 to 8 respectively
Enter the 8-digit
[SERIAL NUMBER] of the
module that has a keyswitch
connected to it.
Keyswitch Parameters
Sections [149] to [156] represent
keyswitches 1 to 8 respectively
Keyswitch Options
Feature Select
Press [ENTER]
5.1 KEYSWITCH NUMBERING
SECTIONS [049] TO [056]
The Keyswitch Numbering feature allows you to assign any
hardwired input in the system to any of the 8 keyswitch zones in
the Digiplex Control Panel. This feature tells the control panel
where the keyswitch is connected and which of the 8 keyswitch
zones is assigned to that keyswitch. To assign a keyswitch
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Select
one only
Keyswitch Definition
First Digit
Keyswitch Partition
Assignment
Second Digit
Enter the module’s 3-digit
[INPUT NUMBER] where the
keyswitch is connected.
1 - Momentary Keyswitch
2 - Maintained Keyswitch
Keyswitch Partition Assignment
Select one only
Set the [5] key
on/off and select
one arming option
1 - Keyswitch Assigned to Partition 1
2 - Keyswitch Assigned to Partition 2
3 - Keyswitch Assigned to Partition 3
4 - Keyswitch Assigned to Partition 4
Keyswitch Options
[1] to [3] Future Use
[4] Stay/Instant Disarm
[5] On = Arm Only Off = Arm/Disarm
[6] *Stay Arming
[7] *Force Arming
[8] *Instant Arming
* Select one only; if all are off, defaults
to regular arming.
connected to a hardwired input terminal, program the module's
serial number and the number of the input where the keyswitch is
connected into the section corresponding to the desired keyswitch
zone (see Figure 5.2 on page 21).
Figure 5-2: Example of Keyswitch Numbering
Therefore, each keyswitch must be assigned to one partition as
described in Figure 5-1 on page 20. For more information on
Partitioning, refer to section 12.5.
5.4 KEYSWITCH OPTIONS
Each keyswitch zone can be programmed with one or more of the
options (also see Figure 5-1 on page 20):
5.4.1 Stay/Instant Disarm (Keyswitch)
SECTIONS [149] TO [156]: OPTION [4]
When option [4] is enabled, the keyswitch can only disarm
assigned Stay or Instant Armed partitions. The Arm Only Option
(see section 5.4.2) must be disabled for this feature to function.
When option [4] is disabled, the keyswitch can disarm partitions
armed using any arming method.
5.4.2 Arm/Disarm (Keyswitch)
SECTIONS [149] TO [156]:
Option [5] ON = Arm Only
Option [5] OFF = Arm & Disarm
5.2 KEYSWITCH DEFINITIONS
Select one of the keyswitch definitions (also see Figure 5-1 on
page 20):
5.2.1 Keyswitch Disabled
SECTIONS [149] TO [156]: FIRST DIGIT = 0
Disables keyswitch input.
5.2.2 Momentary Keyswitch
SECTIONS [149] TO [156]: FIRST DIGIT = 1
To arm a partition using the Momentary Keyswitch, turn on the
keyswitch for approximately three seconds then turn it off.
Repeating this sequence will disarm the system. The selected
Keyswitch Option (see section 5.4) determines the type of arming.
5.2.3 Maintained Keyswitch
SECTIONS [149] TO [156]: FIRST DIGIT = 2
To arm a partition using the Maintained Keyswitch, turn the switch
from the ON to the OFF position. To disarm a partition set the
keyswitch in the ON position. In the case of an Arm Only option, the
control panel will not perform any action when the switch is in the
ON position. The selected Keyswitch Option (see section 5.4)
determines the type of arming.
5.3 KEYSWITCH PARTITION ASSIGNMENT
Only one of the arming options (Stay, Force, Instant and
Regular) can be selected.
5.4.3 Stay Arming (Keyswitch)
SECTIONS [149] TO [156]: OPTION [6]
Activating the keyswitch will bypass any zones defined as Stay
Zones (see section 4.4.3) in the selected partition. All other zones
will remain activated. For more information on Stay Arming, refer to
section 16.1.2.
5.4.4 Force Arming (Keyswitch)
SECTIONS [149] TO [156]: OPTION [7]
Activating the keyswitch will arm the selected partition bypassing
any open zones defined as Force Zones (see section 4.4.4) at the
time of arming. For more information on Force Arming, refer to
section 16.1.6.
5.4.5 Instant Arming (Keyswitch)
SECTIONS [149] TO [156]: OPTION [8]
This option is identical to Stay Arming except that all armed zones
will become Instant Zones (see section 4.2.4). For more
information on Instant Arming, refer to section 16.1.4.
5.4.6 Regular Arming (Keyswitch)
SECTIONS [149] TO [156]: OPTION [6] TO [8]
When options [6] to [8] are off, the keyswitch arming option will
default to Regular Arming (see section 16.1.1).
SECTIONS [149] TO [156]: SECOND DIGIT = 1 TO 4
The control panel provides the option of partitioning the security
system into two, three, or four completely independent systems.
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6
ARMING & DISARMING OPTIONS
6.1 ARMING FOLLOWS PARTITION
SECTIONS [505], [509], [513], [517]: OPTIONS [1] TO [4]
A partition can be set to follow the arming and disarming status of
one or more partitions. If a partition is set to follow more than one
partition, the partition will arm when all selected partitions are
armed. However, the partition will disarm as soon as one of the
selected partitions is disarmed. For more details on how these
options are programmed, please refer to the Programming Guide.
Example:
If options [2] and [3] are on in section [505], Partition 1 will
automatically arm whenever partitions 2 and 3 are armed. Partition
1 will disarm when either partition 2 or partition 3 is disarmed.
[505] Partition 1:
Option [2] =
Partition 1 arms and disarms with Partition 2
Option [3] =
Partition 1 arms and disarms with Partition 3
Option [4] =
Partition 1 arms and disarms with Partition 4
[509] Partition 2:
Option [1] =
Partition 2 arms and disarms with Partition 1
Option [3] =
Partition 2 arms and disarms with Partition 3
Option [4] =
Partition 2 arms and disarms with Partition 4
[513] Partition 3:
Option [1] =
Partition 3 arms and disarms with Partition 1
Option [2] =
Partition 3 arms and disarms with Partition 2
Option [4] =
Partition 3 arms and disarms with Partition 4
[517] Partition 4:
Option [1] =
Partition 4 arms and disarms with Partition 1
Option [2] =
Partition 4 arms and disarms with Partition 2
Option [3] =
Partition 4 arms and disarms with Partition 3
6.2 RESTRICT ARMING ON BATTERY/AC FAILURE
SECTION [503]: OPTION [8]
With option [8] on in section [503], the control panel can restrict
arming if the control panel detects an AC failure, battery loss or if
the battery voltage is less than 10.5V. The control panel will not
arm any partition until all battery/AC trouble conditions are rectified.
6.3 NO ARMING ON TAMPER
SECTION [501]: OPTION [8]
With option [8] on in section [501], the control panel can restrict
arming if the control panel detects a tamper on a zone or module
(see section 7.4). The control panel will not arm any partition until
all tamper trouble conditions are rectified and the Installer Code
has been entered to clear the troubles.
6.4 NO ARMING ON SUPERVISION LOSS
SECTION [501]: OPTION [4]
With option [4] on in section [501], the control panel can restrict
arming if the control panel receives a supervision loss signal from a
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wireless module (see section 7.3). The control panel will not arm
any partition until all supervision loss trouble conditions are rectified.
6.5 TIMED AUTO-ARMING
SECTIONS [505], [509], [513], [517]: OPTION [5]
With this option enabled, the control panel will arm the selected
partition every day at the time specified by the Auto-Arm Timer
(see section 6.5.1). When the partition is automatically armed, the
control panel will transmit the Auto-Arming report code
programmed in section [626]. Any open zones detected when a
partition is Auto-Armed will be bypassed regardless of their
definition. The type of arming is determined by the Auto-Arming
Option (see section 6.7). Regardless whether the partition was
successfully armed or not, the control panel will always transmit the
Late to Close report code programmed in section [626]. Please
note that the control panel will enter a 60-second Exit Delay period
before arming the system. At this point, Auto-Arming can be
cancelled by entering a valid access code. Since the control panel
can enable this feature for each individual partition, select the
section that corresponds to the desired partition and turn on option
[5].
[505] = Partition 1
[513] = Partition 3
[509] = Partition 2
[517] = Partition 4
6.5.1 Auto-Arm Timer
SECTIONS [271] TO [274]
If Timed Auto-Arming is enabled (see section 6.5), the control
panel will send the Late to Close report code and attempt to arm
the system at the time specified by the Auto-Arm Timer.
Sections [271] to [274] represent timers for partitions 1 through 4
respectively. Select the section corresponding to the partition and
program the time you wish the control panel to arm the selected
partition and/or send the Late to Close report code. Please note
that the control panel will enter a 60-second Exit Delay period
before arming the system. At this point, Auto-Arming can be
cancelled by entering a valid access code.
Example:
A user would like to automatically arm partition 2 everyday at
6:15PM. To do so, enable “Timed Auto-Arming” for partition 2 by
turning on option [5] in section [509]. Then enter 18:15 in section
[272].
6.6 NO MOVEMENT AUTO-ARMING
SECTIONS [505], [509], [513], [517]: OPTION [6]
If no movement occurs in a partition's protected area for the period
specified by the No Movement Timer (see section 6.6.1), the
control panel will automatically arm that partition. The control panel
will transmit the No Movement report code programmed in section
[626] upon arming. The type of arming is determined by the AutoArming Option (see section 6.7). Regardless whether the partition
was successfully armed or not, the control panel will always
transmit the Late to Close report code (see section 8.2.2).
As the control panel can enable this feature for each individual
partition, select the section that corresponds to the desired partition
and turn on option [6].
[505] = Partition 1
[513] = Partition 3
[509] = Partition 2
[517] = Partition 4
6.6.1 No Movement Timer
SECTIONS [222] TO [225]
(001 to 255 X 15min.) If No Movement Auto-Arming is enabled
(see section 6.6), the control panel can send the No Movement
report code and attempt to arm the system if no movement has
occurred for the period specified by the No Movement Timer.
If No Movement Auto-Arming is disabled, the control panel can still
send the No Movement report code.
Sections [222] to [225] represent timers for partitions 1 through 4
respectively. Select the section corresponding to the desired
partition and program the time (001 to 255 x15 minutes, 000 =
disabled) without movement you wish the control panel to wait
before arming and/or sending the No Movement report code.
Example:
A user would like to arm partition 1 whenever there is no movement
for a period of 4 hours. First, enable the Auto-Arm on No
Movement feature for partition 1 by turning on option [6] in section
[505]. Then in section [222] enter 016 (16x15min. = 240min. = 4
hours).
6.7 AUTO-ARMING OPTIONS
SECTION [505], [509], [513], [517]: OPTION [7]
When using the Auto-Arming Features (see section 6.5 and section
6.6), the control panel can Force Arm or Stay Arm the selected
partition. In the section corresponding to the desired partition set
option [7]:
Option [7] ON = Stay Arming (see section 16.1.2)
Option [7] OFF = Force Arming (see section 16.1.6)
6.8 ONE-TOUCH FEATURES
[508], [512], [516], [520]: OPTIONS [1] TO [7]
The instructions that follow pertain to LCD and LED keypads. For
instructions regarding the Grafica keypad, a complete Grafica user
manual is available on our Web site at www.paradox.ca. One-touch
Features allow users to perform actions without having to enter
access codes. If the keypad is assigned to more than one partition,
the option must be enabled in all the corresponding partitions.
Select the section that corresponds to the desired partition and turn
the desired one-touch options on or off.
Regular Arm: Option [1]
Press and hold the [ARM] key for 2 seconds to Regular Arm (see
section 16.1.1).
Stay Arm: Option [2]
Press and hold the [STAY] key for 2 seconds to Stay Arm (see
section 16.1.2).
Instant Arm: Option [3]
Press and hold the [5] key for 2 seconds to Instant Arm (see
section 16.1.4).
Force Arm: Option [4]
Press and hold the [FORCE] key for 2 seconds to Force Arm (see
section 16.1.6).
Disarm: Option [5]
Press and hold the [DISARM] key for 2 seconds to Disarm a Stay or
Instant armed partition (see section 16.1.8).
Bypass Programming: Option [6]
Press and hold the [BYP] key for 2 seconds to perform Bypass
Programming (see section 16.2).
Event Record Display: Option [7]
Press and hold the [7] key for 2 seconds to access the Event
Record Display (see section 16.8).
6.9 EXIT DELAY
SECTIONS [226] TO [229]: 001-255 SECONDS
The Exit Delay determines the amount of time a user has to leave
the protected area before the control panel arms the partition.
Program the Exit Delay from 001 to 255 seconds, where sections
[226] to [229] represent partitions 1 through 4 respectively. The
Exit Delay applies to all zones in the selected partition except 24Hr.
Zones.
6.9.1 Exit Delay Termination
SECTIONS [505], [509], [513], [517]: OPTION [8]
The control panel can reduce the Exit Delay to 5 seconds when an
Entry Delay zone (see section 4.2.2) is opened and closed during
the Exit Delay. Since the control panel can enable this feature for
each individual partition, select the section that corresponds to the
desired partition and turn on option [8].
Example:
A user arms a partition with an Exit Delay of 45 seconds. After 15
seconds, the user leaves the protected area through the front door
(Entry Delay zone). When the door closes, the control panel
reduces the remaining Exit Delay from 30 seconds to 5 seconds.
6.9.2 No Exit Delay on Remote Arm
SECTIONS [508], [512], [516], [520]: OPTION [8]
When a user arms by using a remote control from a wireless
module (OMN-RCV3), the control panel will cancel the Exit Delay
and immediately arm the system.
6.9.3 Skip Exit Delay when Arming with Access Card
See section 14.10.2.
6.10 KEYPAD LOCK-OUT FEATURE
SECTIONS [220] AND [221]
If a consecutive number of invalid codes are entered into the
keypad, the control panel can be set to lockout access from that
keypad for a specified period. Program the number of consecutive
invalid codes from 001 to 255 (000 = disabled) into section [220].
Program the duration of the keypad lockout from 001 to 255
minutes into section [221]. Although programming 000 into section
[221] will not lockout the keypad, the control panel will transmit the
Keypad Lockout report code programmed in section [705].
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6.11 MAXIMUM BYPASS ENTRIES
SECTIONS [238] TO [241]
Sections [238] to [241] represent Maximum Bypass Entries for
partitions 1 through 4 respectively. Select the section
corresponding to the desired partition and enter any value between
001 and 255 (000 = no limit) to determine the maximum number of
zones that can be bypassed in a selected partition.
Example:
Section [238] is programmed with 010. When in Bypass
Programming (see section 16.2), the control panel will not let the
user bypass more than 10 zones in partition 1.
6.12 DISPLAY “BYPASS” IF ARMED
SECTION [504]: OPTION [5]
When option [5] is enabled, the keypad will not display that there
are bypassed zones when the system is armed.
6.13 BELL SQUAWK
SECTIONS [507], [511], [515], & [519]: OPTIONS [1] TO [6]
Sections [507], [511], [515], and [519] represent partitions 1
through 4 respectively. Since the control panel can enable the Bell
Squawk features for each individual partition, select the section
that corresponds to the desired partition and turn on the desired
option (when the option is off, the feature is disabled):
BELL SQUAWK UPON DISARMING
Option [1] ON
The bell or siren will emit two squawks upon disarming.
BELL SQUAWK UPON ARMING
Option [2] ON
The bell or siren will squawk once upon arming.
BELL SQUAWK ON AUTO-ARM
Option [3] ON
The bell or siren will squawk at 1-second intervals during the 60
seconds before a partition automatically arms itself. During the final
10 seconds of the 60-second period, the bell or siren will emit three
squawks at 1-second intervals.
BELL SQUAWK DURING EXIT DELAY
Option [4] ON
The bell or siren will squawk at 1-second intervals during the Exit
Delay. During the final 10 seconds of the Exit Delay, the bell or
siren will emit three squawks at 1-second intervals.
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BELL SQUAWK ON ENTRY DELAY
Option [5] ON
The bell or siren will squawk at 1-second intervals during the Entry
Delay.
BELL SQUAWK ON REMOTE ARMING
Option [6] ON
When using a wireless module (OMN-RCV3), the bell or siren will
squawk once upon arming or disarming with a remote control.
6.14 RING-BACK
SECTIONS [507], [511], [515], [519]: OPTIONS [7] AND [8]
After disarming the system, the control panel can warn the user
that there was an alarm and that it may be dangerous to enter by
having the keypad beep 10 times and/or by squawking the bell 10
times. The user should leave immediately and contact the central
station from a secure location. Sections [507], [511], [515], and
[519] represent partitions 1 through 4 respectively. Since the
control panel can enable the Ring-Back features for each individual
partition, select the section that corresponds to the desired partition
and turn on the desired option:
Option [7] ON
Option [8] ON
= Bell Squawk Ring-Back Enabled
= Keypad Ring-Back Enabled
6.15 SWITCH TO STAY ARMING
If no Entry Delay zones are opened and closed during the Exit
Delay after Regular Arming a partition, the control panel can switch
from Regular Arming to Stay Arming (see section 16.1). Since the
control panel can enable Switch to Stay Arming for each individual
partition, select the section that corresponds to the desired partition
and turn on the corresponding option as listed below.
Section [505] = Partition 1 = Option [1]
Section [509] = Partition 2 = Option [2]
Section [513] = Partition 3 = Option [3]
Section [517] = Partition 4 = Option [4]
6.16 ALWAYS FORCE ARM WHEN REGULAR ARMING
SECTIONS [506], [510], [514], [518]: OPTION [8]
(Default = disabled) When option [8] is enabled for a particular
partition, the system will Force Arm that partition whenever Regular
or Force arming is activated.
Stay and Instant arming are not affected by this option.
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ALARM OPTIONS
7.1 BELL/ALARM OUTPUT
If a supervision loss occurs in a disarmed partition, the control
panel will follow the programmed settings:
SECTION [500]: OPTIONS [5] TO [8]
When a partition generates an alarm, the control panel can toggle
the on-board BELL/ALARM output enabling any bells or sirens
connected to it. Since the control panel can enable this feature for
each individual partition, in section [500] turn on the option that
corresponds to the desired partition, where options [5] to [8]
represent partitions 1 through 4 respectively.
DISABLED
[1] OFF and [2] OFF
When a supervision loss occurs, the control panel will display the
zone as open in the keypad display, but will not generate an alarm
or a trouble. This option is not permitted on UL systems.
7.2 BELL CUT-OFF TIMER
SECTIONS [234] TO [237]
After an audible alarm, the bell or siren will stop once the partition
is disarmed or when the Bell Cut-Off Timer has elapsed. Sections
[234] to [237] represent partitions 1 through 4 respectively. Since
the control panel can set a Bell Cut-Off Timer for each individual
partition, select the section corresponding to the desired partition
and enter any value between 001 and 255 minutes (000 = 4
minutes).
7.2.1 No Bell Cut-Off on Fire Alarm
SECTION [502]: OPTION [8]
The control panel can disable the Bell Cut-Off Timer when alarms
are generated from zones defined as Standard or Delayed Fire
Zones (see section 4.2). The bell/siren output will remain enabled
until a user disarms the partition in alarm.
7.2.2 Recycle Alarm Rate
SECTIONS [246] TO [249]
Once an alarm has occurred, the control panel will re-verify the
zone status at a programmed rate once the Bell Cut-Off Timer and
the Recycle Delay have elapsed. If any open zones remain, the
control panel will regenerate the alarm. The number of times in one
armed period that the control panel will re-verify the zone status
after the Bell Cut-off occurs is programmed in sections [246] to
[249], which represent partitions 1 through 4. Enter rate from 001
to 255 (000 = no limit).
7.2.3 Recycle Delay
SECTIONS [242] TO [245]
The Recycle Delay is the amount of time the control panel will wait
after the Bell Cut-off occurs before re-verifying the zone status. In
the section corresponding to the desired partition, program the
Recycle Delay from 001 to 255 minutes (000 = disabled). Sections
[242] to [245] represent partitions 1 through 4.
7.3 WIRELESS TRANSMITTER SUPERVISION OPTIONS
SECTION [501]: OPTIONS [1] AND [2]
The Supervision feature must be enabled in a wireless module
(OMN-RCV3) in order for this feature to function. When the control
panel receives a Supervision Loss message (wireless receiver no
longer receiving signals from a wireless transmitter) in an armed
partition, the control panel will generate an alarm unless the
Wireless Transmitter Supervision Options have been disabled.
Alarms will be silent or audible depending on individual zone
settings.
TROUBLE ONLY
[1] OFF and [2] ON
If a partition is armed, the control panel will generate a standard
alarm when a supervision loss occurs. If the partition is disarmed
when a supervision loss occurs, the Zone Fault trouble will appear
in the keypad's Trouble Display and the control panel will transmit
the appropriate report code (see section 8.2).
SILENT ALARM
[1] ON and [2] OFF
If a partition is armed, the control panel will generate a standard
alarm when a supervision loss occurs. If the partition is disarmed
when a supervision loss occurs, the Zone Fault trouble will appear
in the keypad's Trouble Display, the control panel will transmit the
appropriate report code (see section 8.2), and it will also generate
a silent alarm (no bells or sirens).
AUDIBLE ALARM
[1] ON and [2] ON
If a partition is armed, the control panel will generate a standard
alarm when a supervision loss occurs. If the partition is disarmed
when a supervision loss occurs, the Zone Fault trouble will appear
in the keypad's Trouble Display, the control panel will transmit the
appropriate report code (see section 8.2), and it will also generate
an audible alarm.
7.3.1 Supervision Bypass Options
SECTION [501]: OPTION [3]
With option [3] enabled in section [501], the Wireless Transmitter
Supervision Options will follow the zone's bypass definition. This
means that the control panel will not perform any action if a
supervision loss occurs on a bypassed zone. With option [3]
disabled, the control panel will ignore the bypass definition and will
follow the option set in section 7.3 if a supervision loss occurs on a
bypassed zone.
7.4 TAMPER RECOGNITION OPTIONS
SECTION [501]: OPTIONS [5] AND [6]
Regardless of the Tamper Recognition Options, if a tamper or wire
fault occurs on a zone or on an expansion module in an armed
partition, the control panel will always generate an alarm unless
Tamper Recognition has been disabled. Alarms will be silent or
audible depending on individual zone settings.
If a tamper or wire fault occurs on a zone or on an expansion
module in a disarmed partition, the control panel will follow the
programmed settings:
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TAMPER RECOGNITION DISABLED
[5] OFF and [6] OFF
If a partition is armed, the control panel will generate a standard
alarm when a tamper or wire fault occurs. If the partition is
disarmed, the control panel will display the zone as open in the
keypad display, but will not generate an alarm or a trouble. This
option is not permitted on UL systems.
TROUBLE ONLY
[5] ON and [6] OFF
If a partition is armed, the control panel will generate a standard
alarm when a tamper or wire fault occurs. If the partition is
disarmed when a tamper or wiring failure occurs, the appropriate
trouble will appear in the keypad's Trouble Display and the control
panel will transmit the appropriate report code (see section 8.2).
SILENT ALARM
[5] OFF and [6] ON
If a partition is armed, the control panel will generate a standard
alarm when a tamper or wire fault occurs. If the partition is
disarmed when a tamper or wiring failure occurs, the appropriate
trouble will appear in the keypad's Trouble Display, the control
panel will transmit the appropriate report code (see section 8.2),
and it will generate a silent alarm (no bells or sirens).
AUDIBLE ALARM
[5] ON and [6] ON
If a partition is armed, the control panel will generate a standard
alarm when a tamper or wire fault occurs. If the partition is
disarmed when a tamper or wiring failure occurs, the appropriate
trouble will appear in the keypad's Trouble Display, the control
panel will transmit the appropriate report code (see section 8.2),
and it will generate an audible alarm.
7.4.1 Tamper Bypass Options
SECTION [501]: OPTION [7]
With option [7] enabled in section [501], Tamper Recognition
follows the zone bypass definition. This means that the control
panel will not perform any action if a tamper or wire fault occurs on
a bypassed zone. With option [7] disabled, the control panel will
ignore the zone’s bypass definition and will follow the option set in
section 7.4 if a tamper or wire fault occurs on a bypassed zone.
7.5 KEYPAD PANIC OPTIONS
SECTIONS [506], [510], [514], [518]: OPTIONS [1] TO [6]
Since the control panel can enable Keypad Panic Options for each
partition, select the section that corresponds to the desired partition
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and set options [1] through [6] on/off to obtain the desired options.
Sections [506], [510], [514], and [518] represent partitions 1 to 4
respectively.
PANIC 1:
Option [1] ON/OFF= Enabled/Disabled
Option [4] ON = Panic 1 is Audible
Option [4] OFF = Panic 1 is Silent
For LCD keypads: Press and hold keys [1] and [3] simultaneously
on the LCD keypad for 2 seconds to generate a Panic 1 alarm.
For Grafica keypads: Press and hold the
key on the Grafica
keypad for 2 seconds to generate a Panic 1 (Medical) alarm.
PANIC 2:
Option [2] ON/OFF= Enabled/Disabled
Option [5] ON = Panic 2 is Audible
Option [5] OFF = Panic 2 is Silent
For LCD keypads: Press and hold keys [4] and [6] simultaneously
on the LCD keypad for 2 seconds to generate a Panic 2 alarm.
For Grafica keypads: Press and hold the
key on the Grafica
keypad for 2 seconds to generate a Panic 2 (Auxiliary) alarm.
PANIC 3:
Option [3] ON/OFF= Enabled/Disabled
Option [6] ON = Panic 3 is Pulsed (Fire)
Option [6] OFF = Panic 3 is Silent
For LCD keypads: Press and hold keys [7] and [9] simultaneously
on the LCD keypad for 2 seconds to generate a Panic 3 alarm.
For Grafica keypads: Press and hold the
key on the Grafica
keypad for 2 seconds to generate a Panic 3 (Fire) alarm.
SILENT OPERATION
The control panel emits a single Confirmation Beep and transmits
the appropriate report code (see section 8.2.5) to the central
station.
AUDIBLE OPERATION
The alarm output (bell/siren) activates until a user cancels the
alarm with a valid User Access Code or when the Bell Cut-Off
Timer elapses (see section 7.2).
FIRE OPERATION
Same as audible operation, except that the bell/siren output will be
pulsed as shown in Figure 4-4 on page 16.
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EVENT REPORTING
Figure 8-1: Event Reporting
Related Features
Dialing Enabled/Disabled
Option [3] - Section [521]
Partition 1
Reporting Account Number 1
3 or 4 digits (0-F) in Section [551]
Partition 2
Reporting Account Number 2
3 or 4 digits (0-F) in Section [552]
Partition 3
Reporting Account Number 3
3 or 4 digits (0-F) in Section [553]
Partition 4
Reporting Account Number 4
3 or 4 digits (0-F) in Section [554]
Reporting Account
Numbers
Delay Before Alarm Transmission
Section [256]
Pager Format Delay Transmission
Section [259]
Recent Closing Delay
Section [219]
Power Failure Report Delay
Section [260]
Auto Test Report
Sections [261] & [270]
Report Disarm Options - Options [7]
Section [506], [510], [514], [518]
Central Station Telephone
Numbers 1 through 4
32 digits Sections [561] to [564]
Report Zone Restore Options - Option [8]
Section [522]
Alternate Dial
Option [6] - Section [522]
Event Call Duration
Defines which Central
Station Telephone
Numbers each specific
group of events will be
reported to.
Dialing sequences for Arm/Disarm Report Codes
Partition 1 = Section [523] Partition 3 = Section [529]
Partition 2 = Section [526] Partition 4 = Section [532]
Dialing sequences for Alarm/Restore Report Codes
Partition 1 = Section [524] Partition 3 = Section [530]
Partition 2 = Section [527] Partition 4 = Section [533]
Dialing sequences for Tamper/Restore Report Codes
Partition 1 = Section [525] Partition 3 = Section [531]
Partition 2 = Section [528] Partition 4 = Section [534]
Dialing sequence for Trouble/Restore Report Codes
Section [535]
[1] = Call Central Telephone 1
[2] = Call Central Telephone 2
[3] = Call Central Telephone 3
[4] = Call Central Telephone 4
[5] = Backup on Telephone 1
[6] = Backup on Telephone 2
[7] = Backup on Telephone 3
[8] = Backup on Telephone 4
For each section (dialing sequence) you
can enable up to 4 central station
telephone numbers and 1 of 4 back-up
telephone numbers. The numbers are
dialed sequentially from 1 to 4 followed
by the back-up number. This sequence
will continue until each number has been
dialed at least once.
Dialing sequence for System Special Report Codes
Section [536]
[0]
Ademco Slow
Pulse
Delay Between
Dialing Attempts
Section [258]
[2]
Sescoa
Reporting Formats
Section [550]
1st digit = CSTN#1
nd
2 digit = CSTN#2
3rd digit = CSTN#3
4th digit = CSTN#4
CSTN = Central Station
Telephone Number
[1]
Silent Knight Fast
Program 2-digit (00-FF) report
codes into Sections [600] to
[718] where each section
represents up to 4 events in the
system.
Maximum Dialing
Attempts
Section [257]
[3]
Ademco Express
DTMF
(Tone)
[7]
Pager
[5]
Ademco Contact I.D.
[6]
SIA FSK
Sections [790] to [795]
Manual & Automatic programming of report codes, refer to:
1) Ademco Contact ID and SIA FSK under Reporting Formats
2) Auto Report Code Programming
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8.1 REPORTING ENABLED
SECTION [521]: OPTION [3]
This option will either enable or disable event reporting. With option
[3] on in section [521], Event Reporting will be enabled. When an
event (e.g. zone in alarm) occurs in the system, the control panel
verifies if a report code was programmed in the section
corresponding to the event. If a report code is programmed, the
control panel will dial the central station telephone number defined
by the Event Call Direction feature. When the central station
answers, the control panel will transmit the system account code,
followed by the programmed report code.
8.2 REPORT CODES
A report code is a 2-digit or 1-digit hexadecimal value, consisting of
digits from 0 to F. Each section from [600] to [718] represents a set
of four specific events. Each of these events can be programmed
with a 1-digit or 2-digit report code. For a comprehensive list of the
events and their relevant sections, please refer to the Digiplex
Programming Guide. Please note that only the Ademco Slow, Silent
Knight, Sescoa and Pager Formats support 1-digit report codes.
When a specific event occurs, the control panel will send the
programmed report code to the central station. The method of report
code transmission is defined by the following two items: Reporting
Formats (see section 8.5) and Event Call Direction (see section
8.6). These two items define how and where the report codes are
transmitted. If you are using the Ademco CID or SIA formats, an
Auto Report Code Programming feature is available. Using this
feature, sections [600] to [718] do not have to be manually
programmed (see section 8.13). The following sub-sections provide
a brief description of the events that the control panel can report:
8.2.3 Disarming Report Codes
SECTIONS [628] TO [653]
A report code can be programmed for each of the 96 User Access
Codes and 8 keyswitch zones. Whenever an access code or
keyswitch is used to disarm one or more partitions, the control
panel can send the appropriate report code to the central station
identifying which access code or keyswitch was used to disarm the
partition(s). The control panel can transmit the report codes every
time a partition is disarmed or only when disarmed following an
alarm. Please refer to Disarm Reporting Options in section 8.10.
8.2.4 Special Disarming Report Codes
SECTION [654]
Whenever using one of the special disarming features listed below,
the control panel can send the report code to the central station
identifying how the system was disarmed. The control panel can
transmit the report codes every time a partition is disarmed or only
when disarmed following an alarm. Please refer to Disarm
Reporting Options in section 8.10.
Section [654]
•
Cancel Auto-Arm: if a user disarms the partition during the
Auto-Arm 60-second delay
•
Quick Disarm: partitions disarmed using the One-Touch
Disarming feature (see section 6.8)
•
PC Disarm: when WinLoad is used to disarm the system
8.2.5 Zone Alarm Report Codes
SECTIONS [655] TO [666]
A report code can be programmed for each of the 48 available
zones. Whenever a zone generates an alarm, the control panel can
send the appropriate report code to the central station identifying
which zone generated an alarm.
8.2.1 Arming Report Codes
8.2.6 Zone Restore Report Codes
SECTIONS [600] TO [625]
A report code can be programmed for each of the 96 User Access
Codes and 8 keyswitch zones. When using an access code or
keyswitch to arm one or more partitions, the control panel can send
the appropriate report code to the central station identifying which
access code or keyswitch zone was used to arm the partition(s).
SECTIONS [667] TO [678]
A report code can be programmed for each of the 48 available
zones. The control panel can transmit these report codes to the
central station when the zone closes after generating an alarm or
once the bell has cut-off after alarm generation (see section 7.2).
Please refer to Zone Restore Report Options in section 8.11.
8.2.2 Special Arming Report Codes
8.2.7 Special Alarm Report Codes
SECTIONS [626] TO [627]
Whenever the system is armed using one of the special arming
features, the control panel can send the appropriate report code to
the central station identifying how the system was armed.
SECTIONS [679] TO [680]
Whenever the system generates an alarm due to one of the
conditions listed below, the control panel can send the appropriate
report code to the central station identifying the type of alarm.
Section [626]
•
Auto-Arming (see section 6.5)
•
PC Arming: system armed using WinLoad (see section 15)
•
Late to Close (see section 6.5)
•
No Movement (see section 6.6)
Section [679]
•
Emergency Panic (Panic 1): if Panic 1 has been activated (see
section 7.5)
•
Auxiliary Panic (Panic 2): if Panic 2 has been activated (see
section 7.5)
•
Fire Panic (Panic 3): if Panic 3 has been activated (see section
7.5)
•
Recent Closing: if after having armed the system, an alarm is
generated within the Recent Close Delay (see section 8.7)
Section [627]
•
Partial Arming: when partitions are Stay Armed, Instant Armed
or armed with bypassed zones
•
Quick Arming: partitions armed using any of the One-Touch
Arming features (see section 6.8)
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Section [680]
•
Auto Zone Shutdown: a zone communicates more than the
programmed number of transmissions in a single armed
period (see section 4.4.1)
•
Duress: a Duress enabled access code is keyed in (see
section 13.5.2).
8.2.8 Zone Tamper Report Codes
SECTION [681] TO [692]
A report code can be programmed for each of the 48 available
zones. Whenever a tamper or wire fault occurs on a zone, the
control panel can send the appropriate report code to the central
station identifying which zone was tampered. If the Tamper
Recognition Options (see section 7.4) are disabled, the control
panel will not report the occurrence of any tampers or wire faults.
Section [709]
•
Module Fail to Communicate: a module has failed to
communicate with the central station
•
Printer Fault: the Printer Module connected to the combus has
detected an error (see the Printer Module Manual for details).
•
Module AC Failure: no AC power detected on a module
connected to the combus
•
Module Battery Failure: the backup battery on a module is
disconnected or the battery voltage is low
Section [710]
•
Module Auxiliary Failure: the auxiliary output of a module
connected to the combus has exceeded current limits
•
Wireless Transmitter Low Battery
•
Wireless Module Supervision Failure: This report code is
global unless using the Contact ID or SIA reporting formats.
8.2.9 Zone Tamper Restore Codes
8.2.10 Special Tamper Report Codes
Section [711]
•
Phone Number 1 Fail to Communicate
•
Phone Number 2 Fail to Communicate
•
Phone Number 3 Fail to Communicate
•
Phone Number 4 Fail to Communicate
Please note: there is no Fail to Communicate for Pager telephone
numbers.
SECTION [705]
•
Keypad Lockout: (see section 6.10)
8.2.12 System Trouble Restore Codes
SECTIONS [693] TO [704]
A report code can be programmed for each of the 48 available
zones. Whenever a tampered zone is restored, the control panel
can send the appropriate report code to the central station
identifying which zone has been restored.
8.2.11 System Trouble Codes
SECTIONS [706] TO [711]
Section [706]
•
AC Failure: no AC input detected on the control panel. The
control panel can delay reporting this event, please refer to
Power Fail Report Delay in section 8.9.
•
Battery Failure: the back up battery is disconnected or the
battery voltage is less than or equal to 10.5V
•
Auxiliary Supply: the auxiliary power supply’s current is greater
than or equal to 1.1A.
Section [707]
•
Bell Output: the bell/siren output is disconnected or the current
is greater than or equal to 3A
•
Clock Loss: the control panel detects a loss in panel time (see
section 12.7)
•
Fire Loop Trouble: a tamper has been detected on a fire zone
(see section 4.2)
•
N/A
Section [708]
•
Combus Fault: a module has been removed from the combus.
•
Module Tamper: a tamper or wire fault is detected on a module
other than a motion detector connected to the combus
•
ROM Check Error: problem with on-board Read-Only Memory
•
Module TLM: TLM failure detected on voice dialer connected
to the combus
SECTION [712] TO [716]
Section [712]
•
TLM: a TLM failure has restored.
If the Telephone Line Monitoring (see section 9.1) is
disabled, the control panel will not transmit the TLM
report code.
•
•
•
AC Failure Restored
Battery Failure Restored
Auxiliary Supply Restored
Section [713]
•
Bell Output Restored
•
Time programmed
•
Fire Loop Trouble Restored
•
N/A
Section [714]
•
Combus Fault Restored
•
Module Tamper Restored
•
ROM Check Error Restored
•
Module TLM Restored
Section [715]
•
N/A
•
Printer Fault Restored
•
Module AC Failure Restored
•
Module Battery Failure Restored
Section [716]
•
Module Auxiliary Failure Restored
•
Wireless Transmitter Low Battery Restored
•
Wireless Module Supervision Restored: This report code is
global unless using the Contact ID or SIA Reporting formats.
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8.2.13 Special Reporting Codes
SECTION [717] AND [718]
Whenever the system generates one of the following instances, the
control panel can send the appropriate report code to the central
station identifying the type of system occurrence:
Section [717]
•
Cold Start: the control panel was completely shutdown (total
power loss) and the control panel was re-started
•
Warm Start: the control panel performs a reset due to any
sudden problem other than power loss
•
Test Report: report generated automatically (see section 8.8)
Section [718]
•
WinLoad Access: the panel ended communication with
WinLoad
•
Installer In: installer has entered the programming mode
•
Installer Out: installer has exited the programming mode
8.3 CENTRAL STATION PHONE #
SECTIONS [561] TO [564]
The Digiplex Control Panel can dial up to 4 different central station
telephone numbers. Sections [561] to [564] represent central
station telephone numbers 1 to 4 respectively. You can enter any
digit from 0 to 9 and any special-function key (see Table 10,
Special Telephone Number Keys) up to a maximum of 32 digits.
Refer to Event Call Direction in section 8.6 and Reporting Formats
in section 8.5 for details on how these telephone numbers are
used.
For North American installations using either SIA or
Contact ID reporting formats (see section 8.5), enter
*70 and then either P (4-second pause) or W (wait for
second dial tone) before the phone number to disable
call-waiting.
Table 10: Special Telephone Number Keys
Function
*
LCD
Grafica
[STAY]
[#]
#
[FORCE]
(press key until
Switch to Tone Dialing (T)
[ARM]
desired letter/symbol
Wait for second dial tone (W) [DISARM]
appears)
4-second pause (P)
[BYP]
Clear
[CLEAR] Left action key (Clear)
—
Delete
[TRBL]
Delete from cursor to the end
[ACC]
—
8.4 PARTITION ACCOUNT #
SECTIONS [551] TO [554]
All report codes are preceded by a 4-digit or 3-digit Partition
Account Number to ensure correct identification of active zones in
a partitioned system. Sections [551] to [554] represent the
Partition Account Codes for partitions 1 through 4. Partition
account numbers can be any hexa-digit from 0 to F.
Example:
If a zone generates an alarm in Partition 1, the control panel will
send Partition Account Number 1 followed by the report code.
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Only SIA formats support the “0” digit in its account
numbers. For account numbers that use another
reporting format, you must replace the “0” with an
“A”. To enter an “A”, press the [STAY] key on LCD
keypads or the [#] key on Grafica keypads. When
using the SIA Format, the control panel will only use
Partition Account Number 1 programmed in section
[551], but the report code will include the partition
number.
8.5 REPORTING FORMATS
SECTION [550]
The Digiplex Control Panel can use a number of different reporting
formats and each of the four Central Station Phone Numbers (see
section 8.3) should be programmed with the same reporting format
unless it is combined with a Pager format. The first digit entered
into section [550] represents the reporting format (see Table 11,
Reporting Formats) used to communicate with central station
telephone number 1, the second digit represents telephone
number 2 and so forth.
Table 11: Reporting Formats
0 = Ademco slow (1400Hz, 1900Hz, 10BPS)
1 = Silent Knight fast (1400Hz, 1900Hz, 20BPS)
2 = Sescoa (2300Hz, 1800Hz, 20BPS)
3 = Ademco Express (DTMF 4+2)
4 = Reserved for future use
5 = Ademco Contact ID
6 = SIA FSK
7 = Pager
8.5.1 Standard Pulse Formats
The Digiplex Control Panel can use the Ademco slow, Silent Knight
fast and Sescoa standard pulse reporting formats (see Table 11,
Reporting Formats).
8.5.2 Ademco Express
The Ademco Express is a high-speed reporting format that
communicates 2-digit (00 to FF) report codes programmed into
sections [600] to [718]. Unlike other Ademco formats, the Ademco
Express does not use the Contact ID Report Codes.
8.5.3 Ademco Contact ID
Ademco Contact ID is a fast communicator format that uses tone
reporting instead of pulse reporting. This communicator format also
uses a pre-defined list of industry standard messages and report
codes that will suit most of your basic installation needs. To
manually program the report codes, key in the 2-digit hexadecimal
values from the Contact ID Report Codes List in the Programming
Guide into the desired report codes in sections [600] to [718] (see
section 8.2). You can also enter 00 to disable reporting or FF to use
the default report code from the Automatic Report Code List in the
Programming Guide. To automatically program a set of default
Contact ID codes, refer to section 8.13.
8.5.4 SIA FSK
SIA FSK is a fast communicator format that uses tone reporting
instead of pulse reporting. This communicator format uses a predefined list of industry standard messages and report codes that
will suit most of your basic installation needs. To manually program
the report codes, enter 00 to disable reporting or any other value to
use the default report code from the Automatic Report Code List in
the Programming Guide. To automatically program a set of default
SIA FSK codes, refer to section 8.13.
programmed into section [261] has elapsed and at the time (00:00
to 23:59) programmed into section [270].
8.8.1 Hourly Test Transmission
Using this format allows the control panel to transmit report codes
to a pager. A pound symbol “#” is automatically generated after the
report code. Please refer to Pager Delay in section 8.12.
SECTION [522]: OPTION [3]
Alternatively, the control panel can transmit the test report code
programmed into section [717] every hour. Turn off option [3] to
disable this feature. Program the minute of each hour (00:00 to
00:59) it sends the test report into section [270].
8.6 EVENT CALL DIRECTION
8.9 POWER FAIL REPORT DELAY
SECTIONS [522] TO [536]
As shown in Figure 8-1 on page 27, the control panel events are
divided into three event groups for each partition and two global
event groups. Each event group can be programmed to dial up to
four central station telephone numbers and to use one of the four
telephone numbers as a backup. The numbers are dialed
sequentially starting from 1, skipping any disabled numbers and
stopping once all selected telephone numbers have been reached.
If the control panel still fails to report to a central station telephone
number after reaching the Maximum Dialing Attempts (see section
8.6.1), the control panel will dial the selected backup telephone
number unless the Alternate Backup Option is enabled (see
section 8.6.3). When the Alternate Backup Option is enabled, the
control panel will dial the backup number after every failed attempt.
SECTION [260]
The control panel will delay transmission of the AC Failure report
code programmed into section [712] by the period programmed
into section [260] (000 to 255 minutes).
8.5.5 Pager Reporting Format
8.6.1 Maximum Dialing Attempts
SECTION [257]
The number (001 to 255) programmed into section [257]
determines how many times the control panel will dial the same
central station telephone number before proceeding to the next
number. Also refer to section 8.6.3.
8.6.2 Delay Between Dialing Attempts
SECTION [258]
This delay will determine the amount of time the control panel will
wait between dialing attempts. This delay can be set from 001 to
255 seconds.
8.10 DISARM REPORTING OPTIONS
SECTIONS [506], [510], [514], [518]: OPTION [7]
Since the control panel can enable the Disarm Reporting Options
for each individual partition, select the section that corresponds to
the desired partition and turn option [7] on or off as desired.
Sections [506], [510], [514], [518] represent partitions 1 to 4
respectively.
REPORT ON DISARM AFTER ALARM ONLY
Option [7] ON
The Digiplex Control Panel will send Disarming Report Codes (see
section 8.2.3) to the central station only when the system is
disarmed following an alarm.
REPORT ON DISARM
Option [7] OFF
The Digiplex Control Panel will send the Disarming Report Codes
(see section 8.2.3) to the central station whenever a partition is
disarmed.
8.11 ZONE RESTORE REPORT OPTIONS
8.6.3 Alternate Backup Option
SECTION [522]: OPTION [6]
With option [6] enabled in section [522], the control panel will dial
the selected backup telephone number after every failed attempt to
contact a central station telephone number. Otherwise (option [6]
off), the control panel will only dial the backup telephone number
after the Maximum Dialing Attempts (see section 8.6.1) to one
central station telephone number have failed.
8.7 RECENT CLOSE DELAY
SECTION [219]
If after having armed the system, an alarm is generated within the
period programmed into section [219] (000 to 255 seconds), the
control panel will transmit the Recent Close report code
programmed into section [679].
SECTION [522]: OPTION [8]
REPORT ON ZONE CLOSURE
Option [8] ON
The control panel will send the Zone Alarm Restore report codes
(see section 8.2.6) to the central station as soon as the zone
returns to normal (zone closure) or upon disarming
REPORT ON BELL CUT-OFF
Option [8] OFF
The control panel will send the Zone Alarm Restore report codes
(see section 8.2.6) to the central station when the Bell Cut-Off
Timer has elapsed or when the alarm has been disarmed (see
section 7.2).
8.12 PAGER DELAY
8.8 AUTO TEST REPORT
SECTIONS [261] AND [270]
The control panel will transmit the test report code programmed
into section [717] after the number of days (000 to 255)
SECTION [259]
When using the Pager Reporting Format (see section 8.5.5), the
control panel will wait for the delay period programmed into section
[259] (001 to 060 seconds) before uploading the report codes to
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the pager. This is to allow time for the pager system to provide a
dial tone or to bypass the welcome message before sending data.
8.13 AUTO REPORT CODE PROGRAMMING
SECTIONS [790] TO [795]
When using either the Contact ID or SIA Reporting Formats (see
section 8.5), the Digiplex system can automatically program a set
of default report codes. From programming mode (see section 3.1)
enter any of the following sections to set the indicated report
codes:
ALL CODES
Section [790]
Sets all report codes in sections [600] to [718] with the default
values from the Automatic Report Codes List in the Programming
Guide.
ARMING & DISARMING CODES
Section [791]
Sets all report codes in sections [600] to [654] with the default
values from the Automatic Report Codes List in the Programming
Guide.
ALARM RESTORE CODES
Section [792]
Sets all report codes in sections [655] to [680] with the default
values from the Automatic Report Codes List in the Programming
Guide.
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TAMPER & TAMPER RESTORE CODES
Section [793]
Sets all report codes in sections [681] to [705] with the default
values from the Automatic Report Codes List in the Programming
Guide.
TROUBLE RESTORE CODES
Section [794]
Sets all report codes in sections [706] to [716] with the default
values from the Automatic Report Codes List in the Programming
Guide.
SPECIAL CODES
Section [795]
Sets all report codes in sections [717] to [718] with the default
values from the Automatic Report Codes List in the Programming
Guide.
Please note that even after automatic report codes have been set,
you can still use the manual programming method (see section
8.5.3 & section 8.5.4) to program remaining report codes or change
some of the defaults.
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DIALER OPTIONS
9.1 TELEPHONE LINE MONITORING
9.3 PULSE RATIO
SECTION [521]: OPTIONS [1] AND [2]
When enabled, the system verifies the existence of a telephone
line once every second. A line test failure occurs when the TLM
detects less than 3 volts for the period defined by the TLM Fail
Timer (see section 9.1.1). If the line test fails, the panel will
generate one or more conditions as defined by the TLM settings
below, until the control panel detects the telephone line again.
Please note that when the dialer detects a telephone ring, the TLM
test stops for 1 minute.
SECTION [521]: OPTION [5]
When using Pulse dialing (see section 9.2), you can select one of
two Pulse Ratios. Although most European countries use the 1:2
pulse ratio, the 1:1.5 ratio may provide better results in some
cases. The same applies for North American countries. If the 1:1.5
pulse ratio is not providing the desired results, the 1:2 ratio may be
used.
Option [5] ON = North American pulse ratio of 1:1.5
Option [5] OFF = European pulse ratio of 1:2
TLM DISABLED
[1] OFF and [2] OFF
9.4 BUSY TONE DETECTION
TROUBLE ONLY
[1] ON and [2] OFF
Upon line test failure, the Communicator trouble will appear in the
keypad's Trouble Display.
SECTION [521]: OPTION [6]
Option [6] ON = the control panel can immediately hang up if it
receives a busy signal when dialing an outside
number.
Option [6] OFF = feature disabled
ALARM IF SYSTEM ARMED
[1] OFF and [2] ON
Upon line test failure, the Communicator trouble will appear in the
keypad's Trouble Display and the control panel will generate an
alarm if the system is armed.
SILENT ALARM BECOMES AUDIBLE
[1] ON and [2] ON
Upon line test failure, the Communicator trouble will appear in the
keypad's Trouble Display and cause a Silent Alarm zone or Silent
panic alarm to switch to an audible alarm.
9.1.1 TLM Fail Timer
SECTION [255]
If the TLM does not detect the existence of a telephone line for the
time programmed in this section, the control panel will generate the
condition(s) defined by the TLM options (see section 9.1). Enter
any value between 016 and 255 (value is X2 seconds) into section
[255]. Entering a value between 000 and 016 will set the TLM Fail
Timer to 32 seconds.
9.2 TONE/PULSE DIALING
SECTION [521]: OPTION [4]
Option [4] ON = the control panel can dial using the tone/DTMF
format.
Option [4] OFF = the control panel will use the pulse dialing format.
Refer to section 9.3 for setting the pulse ratio.
9.5 SWITCH TO PULSE
SECTION [521]: OPTION [7]
Option [7] ON = When reporting events to the central station, the
control panel can switch from tone dialing to
pulse dialing on the fifth attempt. The control
panel continues to use pulse dialing until it
establishes communication. If switching to
another central station telephone number, the
control panel will return to tone dialing and will
switch back to pulse dialing on the fifth attempt.
Option [7] OFF = Feature disabled
9.6 BELL ON COMMUNICATION FAIL
SECTION [521]: OPTION [8]
Option [8] ON = If the control panel fails to communicate with the
central station when the system is armed, the
control panel can enable the BELL output, which
will set off any bells or sirens connected to the
output.
Option [8] OFF = Feature disabled
9.7 DIAL TONE DELAY
SECTION [522]: OPTION [7]
Option [7] ON = Dialer will hang up if no dial tone is present after
32 seconds
Option [7] OFF = Dialer will continue to dial if no dial tone is
present after 3 seconds. If more time is required,
you can insert a 4-second pause into the desired
telephone number sequence (see section 8.3).
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10
PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUTS
A PGM is a programmable output that toggles to its opposite state
(i.e. a normally open PGM will close) when a specific event has
occurred in the system.
For example, a PGM can be used to reset smoke detectors,
activate strobe lights, open/close garage doors and much more.
When a PGM closes, the control panel supplies a ground to the
PGM activating any device or relay connected to it. When a PGM
opens, the circuit opens from ground therefore not providing any
power to devices connected to it. The control panel provides a
maximum of 100mA to PGM1 and 50mA to PGMs 2, 3 and 4.
PGM1 to PGM4 are normally open outputs and PGM5 is a
normally open or normally closed 5A relay. For information on how
to connect a relay to a PGM, please refer to section 2.9.
connecting the PGM in order to perform a smoke detector reset.
Program First Digit = [4], Second Digit = [1], then [5] on.
Ground Start: Just before the control panel attempts to dial an
outside line when using ground start telephone equipment, the
PGM will activate for the period defined by the PGM Delay (see
section 10.3.1). Please note that the PGM Deactivation Option
must be set to Timed (see section 10.3). Program First Digit = [4],
Second Digit = [1], then [6] on.
Figure 10-1: Ground Start Circuit
10.1 PGM ACTIVATION EVENT
SECTIONS [400], [402], [404], [406], AND [408]
The PGM Activation Event will activate the selected PGM when a
specific event or events occur in the system. The control panel can
set separate activation events for each PGM.
For example, the control panel can be programmed to activate
PGM2 whenever the system is Force Armed.
To program a PGM activation event:
1) Enter the section that represents the desired PGM.
PGM1 = [400]
PGM4 = [406]
PGM2 = [402]
PGM5 = [408]
PGM3 = [404]
2)
Enter the first digit (see PGM Programming Table on page 36)
where each digit from 0 to F represents a specific group of
events.
3)
Enter the second digit, which can be any digit from 0 to F
depending on the first digit.
4)
After entering the second digit, use the Feature Select method
(enable/disable options [1] to [8]) to select up to eight specific
events as detailed in the PGM Programming Table.
If you select a group and set all options to OFF, all users/zones/
selections of that group will be enabled (result is “ANY” of that
group).
For example, if you select A0, and set all 8 options to OFF, the
PGM will activate whenever a user between 1 and 8 arms the
system.
For details on the available activation events please refer to the
PGM Programming Table on page 36. Below you will find brief
details on just a few of the available activation events:
Smoke Reset: Deactivates the PGM for a period of 4 seconds
every time the [CLEAR] and [ENTER] (LCD keypad) or [*] and [#]
(Grafica keypad) keys are pressed simultaneously and held for 2
seconds. Please refer to section 2.15.3 for instructions on
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Kissoff: After receiving a handshake from the central station, the
control panel activates the PGM for the period defined by the PGM
Delay (see section 10.3.1). This can be used to latch the central
station connection to another device such as a microphone/
speaker module. Please note that the PGM Deactivation Option
must be set to Timed (see section 10.3). Program First Digit = [4],
Second Digit = [1], then [7] on.
Strobe: Activates the PGM whenever the system is in alarm. The
PGM will remain activated even after Bell Cut-off and will wait until
the alarm is cancelled before deactivating the PGM. Program First
Digit = [1], Second Digit = choose [PARTITION] (0 = all enabled
partitions, 8 = any enabled partition), then [5] on.
10.2 PGM DEACTIVATION EVENT
SECTIONS [401], [403], [405], [407], AND [409]
If the PGM Deactivation Option is set to Follow (see section 10.3),
the PGM will deactivate when the programmed event occurs
unless the first digit of the PGM Activation Event is 1 to 7. To
program a PGM Deactivation Event:
1)
Enter the section that represents the desired PGM.
PGM1 = [401]
PGM4 = [407]
PGM2 = [403]
PGM5 = [409]
PGM3 = [405]
2)
Enter the first digit (see PGM Programming Table on page 36)
where each digit from 0 to F represents a specific group of
events.
3)
Enter the second digit, which can be any digit from 0 to F
depending on the first digit.
4)
After entering the second digit, use the Feature Select method
(enable/disable options [1] to [8]) to select up to eight specific
events as detailed in the PGM Programming Table.
If you select a group and set all options to OFF, all users/zones/
selections of that group will be enabled (result is “ANY” of that
group).
TIMED
Option ON
After activating the PGM, the control panel will start the PGM Delay
Timer (see section 10.3.1) and the PGM will deactivate only when
the PGM Delay Timer has elapsed and will ignore the PGM
Deactivation Event.
10.3.1 PGM Delay Timers
For example, if you select A0, and set all 8 options to OFF, the
PGM will deactivate whenever a user between 1 and 8 arms the
system.
If the PGM Deactivation Option is set for Timed (see section 10.3),
the PGM will ignore the PGM Deactivation Event.
10.3 PGM DEACTIVATION OPTION
SECTION [502]: OPTIONS [1] TO [5]
Once the PGMs are activated (see section 10.1) they will
deactivate according to the options programmed in section [502].
Options [1] to [5] represent PGMs 1 to 5 respectively. Each PGM
can be set to Follow or Timed by turning the option representing
the PGM on or off:
For example, if option [1] is on in section [502], then PGM1 is set to
Timed.
FOLLOW
Option OFF
1) If the first digit of the PGM Activation Event is set at 1, 2, 3, 4
or 7, the PGM will remain activated until the PGM Activation
Event has ended. It will ignore the PGM Deactivation Event.
2) If the first digit of the PGM Activation Event is set at 8, 9, A, B,
C, D, E, or F, the PGM will remain activated until the PGM
Deactivation Event occurs.
SECTIONS [250] TO [254]
To program the PGM Delay Timers, enter the section that
corresponds to the desired PGM, where sections [250] to [254]
represent PGM1 to PGM5 respectively, and enter a value from 001
to 255. The value entered is either in seconds or minutes as
determined by the PGM Time Base Selection (see section 10.3.2).
10.3.2 PGM Time Base Selection
SECTION [503]: OPTIONS [1] TO [5]
The PGM Time Base Selection determines whether the Delays
programmed in sections [250] to [254] are in minutes or seconds.
Options [1] to [5] represent PGMs 1 to 5 respectively. Each PGM
Delay Timer can be set to minutes or seconds by turning the
options on or off in section [503]:
Option ON
= Minutes
Option OFF
= Seconds
10.4 PGM1 IS SMOKE INPUT
SECTION [502]: OPTION [7]
Enabling option [7] in section [502] will set PGM1 to act as a zone
input for two-wire smoke detectors. When programming Zone
Numbering (see section 4.1), the control panel will recognize
PGM1 as input number 255. For more information on how to
connect two-wire smoke detectors, please refer to section 2.15.1
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*Note1:
PGM PROGRAMMING TABLE
0 = All partitions enabled in the system (see section 12.5)
1 = Partition 1
3 = Partition 3
2 = Partition 2
4 = Partition 4
8 = Any partition enabled in the system (at least one)
Second
Digit
Feature Select Programming
First
Digit
Event
0
PGM Disabled
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1
Status 1
Note 1*
Any
Arming
Method
Force
Arm
Stay
Arm
Instant
Arm
Strobe
Silent
Alarm
Audible Alarm
Fire
Alarm
Ready
Status
Exit Delay
2
Status 2
Note 1*
3
Status 3
Note 1*
4
Status 4
1
2
3
4
5
(until alarm is
cancelled)
6
(until alarm is
cancelled or bell
is cut off)
7
(until alarm is cancelled
or bell is cut off)
Zones
User or Installer
Bypassed Programming
8
(until alarm is
cancelled or bell
is cut off)
Entry
Delay
Trouble
Alarm
Memory
Keypad
Lockout
Intellizone Fire Delay
Delay
Auto-Arm
Delay
Access
Any Zone
Tamper
Zone Low
Battery
0
Chime
Partition 1
Chime
Partition 2
Chime
Partition 3
Chime
Partition 4
Siren
Partition 1
Siren
Siren Partition 3
Siren
Partition 2
Partition 4
1
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Smoke
Reset
Ground
Start
Kissoff
N/A
2
System
Trouble
Comm.
Trouble
Module
Trouble
Combus
Trouble
N/A
N/A
N/A
Clock Loss
3
AC Fail
N/A
N/A
4
TLM
Fail to
Com1
Fail to
Com2
Fail to
Com3
Fail to
Com4
N/A
N/A
5
Module
Tamper
Module
ROM Error
Module
TLM
Module
Fail to Com
Phone#
Printer
Fault
6
Missing
Keypad
Any
Module
Missing
N/A
N/A
N/A
Global
Combus
Failure
Combus
Overload
Module
Combus
Com Fail
0
00:00
00:15
00:30
00:45
01:00
01:15
01:30
01:45
1
02:00
02:15
02:30
02:45
03:00
03:15
03:30
03:45
2
04:00
04:15
04:30
04:45
05:00
05:15
05:30
05:45
3
06:00
06:15
06:30
06:45
07:00
07:15
07:30
07:45
4
08:00
08:15
08:30
08:45
09:00
09:15
09:30
09:45
5
10:00
10:15
10:30
10:45
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45
6
12:00
12:15
12:30
12:45
13:00
13:15
13:30
13:45
7
14:00
14:15
14:30
14:45
15:00
15:15
15:30
15:45
8
16:00
16:15
16:30
16:45
17:00
17:15
17:30
17:45
(armed or not)
7
8
At the
Selected Time
Utility Keys
Battery Fail Aux. Limit
Bell Limit Bell Absent ROM Error
Fail to
ComPC
Fire Loop
Module AC Module Battery
Fail
Fail
Zone
Supervision
Module
Aux. Fail
9
18:00
18:15
18:30
18:45
19:00
19:15
19:30
19:45
A
20:00
20:15
20:30
20:45
21:00
21:15
21:30
21:45
B
22:00
22:15
22:30
22:45
23:00
23:15
23:30
23:45
Keys 8 & 9
LCD:
(0 & ENTER)
0
Keys 2 & 3 Keys 5 & 6
Keys 1 & 2 Keys 4 & 5 Keys 7 & 8 LCD:
(CLEAR & 0)
Grafica:
( & 0)
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Grafica:
(0 & #)
First
Digit
9
Event
Access
Granted
User Code
Entered
A
Arming
Disarming
B
Zone is OK
Zone is Open
Feature Select Programming
Second
Digit
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
Door 01
Door 02
Door 03
Door 04
Door 05
Door 06
Door 07
Door 08
1
Door 09
Door 10
Door 11
Door 12
Door 13
Door 14
Door 15
Door 16
2
Door 17
Door 18
Door 19
Door 20
Door 21
Door 22
Door 23
Door 24
3
Door 25
Door 26
Door 27
Door 28
Door 29
Door 30
Door 31
Door 32
8
Code 01
Code 02
Code 03
Code 04
Code 05
Code 06
Code 07
Code 08
9
Code 09
Code 10
Code 11
Code 12
Code 13
Code 14
Code 15
Code 16
A
Code 17
Code 18
Code 19
Code 20
Code 21
Code 22
Code 23
Code 24
B
Code 25
Code 26
Code 27
Code 28
Code 29
Code 30
Code 31
Code 32
C
Code 33
Code 34
Code 35
Code 36
Code 37
Code 38
Code 39
Code 40
D
Code 41
Code 42
Code 43
Code 44
Code 45
Code 46
Code 47
Code 48
E
Code 49
Code 50
Code 51
Code 52
Code 53
Code 54
Code 55
Code 56
F
Code 57
Code 58
Code 59
Code 60
Code 61
Code 62
Code 63
Code 64
0
Code 01
Code 02
Code 03
Code 04
Code 05
Code 06
Code 07
Code 08
1
Code 09
Code 10
Code 11
Code 12
Code 13
Code 14
Code 15
Code 16
2
Code 17
Code 18
Code 19
Code 20
Code 21
Code 22
Code 23
Code 24
3
Code 25
Code 26
Code 27
Code 28
Code 29
Code 30
Code 31
Code 32
4
Code 33
Code 34
Code 35
Code 36
Code 37
Code 38
Code 39
Code 40
5
Code 41
Code 42
Code 43
Code 44
Code 45
Code 46
Code 47
Code 48
6
Code 49
Code 50
Code 51
Code 52
Code 53
Code 54
Code 55
Code 56
7
Code 57
Code 58
Code 59
Code 60
Code 61
Code 62
Code 63
Code 64
8
Code 01
Code 02
Code 03
Code 04
Code 05
Code 06
Code 07
Code 08
9
Code 09
Code 10
Code 11
Code 12
Code 13
Code 14
Code 15
Code 16
A
Code 17
Code 18
Code 19
Code 20
Code 21
Code 22
Code 23
Code 24
B
Code 25
Code 26
Code 27
Code 28
Code 29
Code 30
Code 31
Code 32
C
Code 33
Code 34
Code 35
Code 36
Code 37
Code 38
Code 39
Code 40
D
Code 41
Code 42
Code 43
Code 44
Code 45
Code 46
Code 47
Code 48
E
Code 49
Code 50
Code 51
Code 52
Code 53
Code 54
Code 55
Code 56
F
Code 57
Code 58
Code 59
Code 60
Code 61
Code 62
Code 63
Code 64
0
Zone 01
Zone 02
Zone 03
Zone 04
Zone 05
Zone 06
Zone 07
Zone 08
1
Zone 09
Zone 10
Zone 11
Zone 12
Zone 13
Zone 14
Zone 15
Zone 16
2
Zone 17
Zone 18
Zone 19
Zone 20
Zone 21
Zone 22
Zone 23
Zone 24
3
Zone 25
Zone 26
Zone 27
Zone 28
Zone 29
Zone 30
Zone 31
Zone 32
4
Zone 33
Zone 34
Zone 35
Zone 36
Zone 37
Zone 38
Zone 39
Zone 40
5
Zone 41
Zone 42
Zone 43
Zone 44
Zone 45
Zone 46
Zone 47
Zone 48
8
Zone 01
Zone 02
Zone 03
Zone 04
Zone 05
Zone 06
Zone 07
Zone 08
9
Zone 09
Zone 10
Zone 11
Zone 12
Zone 13
Zone 14
Zone 15
Zone 16
A
Zone 17
Zone 18
Zone 19
Zone 20
Zone 21
Zone 22
Zone 23
Zone 24
B
Zone 25
Zone 26
Zone 27
Zone 28
Zone 29
Zone 30
Zone 31
Zone 32
C
Zone 33
Zone 34
Zone 35
Zone 36
Zone 37
Zone 38
Zone 39
Zone 40
D
Zone 41
Zone 42
Zone 43
Zone 44
Zone 45
Zone 46
Zone 47
Zone 48
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First
Digit
C
D
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
Zone 01
Zone 02
Zone 03
Zone 04
Zone 05
Zone 06
Zone 07
Zone 08
1
Zone 09
Zone 10
Zone 11
Zone 12
Zone 13
Zone 14
Zone 15
Zone 16
2
Zone 17
Zone 18
Zone 19
Zone 20
Zone 21
Zone 22
Zone 23
Zone 24
3
Zone 25
Zone 26
Zone 27
Zone 28
Zone 29
Zone 30
Zone 31
Zone 32
4
Zone 33
Zone 34
Zone 35
Zone 36
Zone 37
Zone 38
Zone 39
Zone 40
5
Zone 41
Zone 42
Zone 43
Zone 44
Zone 45
Zone 46
Zone 47
Zone 48
Zone Bypass
8
Zone 01
Zone 02
Zone 03
Zone 04
Zone 05
Zone 06
Zone 07
Zone 08
(when system is
armed)
9
Zone 09
Zone 10
Zone 11
Zone 12
Zone 13
Zone 14
Zone 15
Zone 16
A
Zone 17
Zone 18
Zone 19
Zone 20
Zone 21
Zone 22
Zone 23
Zone 24
B
Zone 25
Zone 26
Zone 27
Zone 28
Zone 29
Zone 30
Zone 31
Zone 32
C
Zone 33
Zone 34
Zone 35
Zone 36
Zone 37
Zone 38
Zone 39
Zone 40
D
Zone 41
Zone 42
Zone 43
Zone 44
Zone 45
Zone 46
Zone 47
Zone 48
0
Zone 01
Zone 02
Zone 03
Zone 04
Zone 05
Zone 06
Zone 07
Zone 08
1
Zone 09
Zone 10
Zone 11
Zone 12
Zone 13
Zone 14
Zone 15
Zone 16
2
Zone 17
Zone 18
Zone 19
Zone 20
Zone 21
Zone 22
Zone 23
Zone 24
3
Zone 25
Zone 26
Zone 27
Zone 28
Zone 29
Zone 30
Zone 31
Zone 32
4
Zone 33
Zone 34
Zone 35
Zone 36
Zone 37
Zone 38
Zone 39
Zone 40
5
Zone 41
Zone 42
Zone 43
Zone 44
Zone 45
Zone 46
Zone 47
Zone 48
RF Zone Fault
8
Zone 01
Zone 02
Zone 03
Zone 04
Zone 05
Zone 06
Zone 07
Zone 08
(Low Battery
Supervision)
9
Zone 09
Zone 10
Zone 11
Zone 12
Zone 13
Zone 14
Zone 15
Zone 16
A
Zone 17
Zone 18
Zone 19
Zone 20
Zone 21
Zone 22
Zone 23
Zone 24
B
Zone 25
Zone 26
Zone 27
Zone 28
Zone 29
Zone 30
Zone 31
Zone 32
C
Zone 33
Zone 34
Zone 35
Zone 36
Zone 37
Zone 38
Zone 39
Zone 40
D
Zone 41
Zone 42
Zone 43
Zone 44
Zone 45
Zone 46
Zone 47
Zone 48
0
Zone 01
Zone 02
Zone 03
Zone 04
Zone 05
Zone 06
Zone 07
Zone 08
1
Zone 09
Zone 10
Zone 11
Zone 12
Zone 13
Zone 14
Zone 15
Zone 16
2
Zone 17
Zone 18
Zone 19
Zone 20
Zone 21
Zone 22
Zone 23
Zone 24
3
Zone 25
Zone 26
Zone 27
Zone 28
Zone 29
Zone 30
Zone 31
Zone 32
4
Zone 33
Zone 34
Zone 35
Zone 36
Zone 37
Zone 38
Zone 39
Zone 40
5
Zone 41
Zone 42
Zone 43
Zone 44
Zone 45
Zone 46
Zone 47
Zone 48
8
Zone 01
Zone 02
Zone 03
Zone 04
Zone 05
Zone 06
Zone 07
Zone 08
9
Zone 09
Zone 10
Zone 11
Zone 12
Zone 13
Zone 14
Zone 15
Zone 16
A
Zone 17
Zone 18
Zone 19
Zone 20
Zone 21
Zone 22
Zone 23
Zone 24
B
Zone 25
Zone 26
Zone 27
Zone 28
Zone 29
Zone 30
Zone 31
Zone 32
C
Zone 33
Zone 34
Zone 35
Zone 36
Zone 37
Zone 38
Zone 39
Zone 40
D
Zone 41
Zone 42
Zone 43
Zone 44
Zone 45
Zone 46
Zone 47
Zone 48
0
Combus
Fault
Module
Tamper
ROM Error
Module
TLM
Fail to Com
Printer
Fault
AC Fail
Battery Fail
1
Aux.
Output Fail
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
8
Combus
Fault
Restore
Module
Tamper
Restore
ROM Error
Restore
Module
TLM
Restore
Fail to
Com.
Restore
Printer
Fault
Restore
9
Aux. Fail
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Auto Zone
Shutdown
Zone Fault
(Tamper/Fire Loop)
E
Fire or Burglar
Alarms
Fire or Burglar
Restore
F
Feature Select Programming
Second
Digit
Event
Module
Troubles
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AC Fail Restore Battery Fail
Restore
N/A
N/A
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SYSTEM SETTINGS & COMMANDS
12.1 HARDWARE RESET
12.3 BATTERY CHARGE CURRENT
Performing a hardware reset will set all programmable sections
from [001] to [718] to default values, including the Installer Code
and System Master Code. Only the Panel ID, PC Password, PC
Telephone Number and Event Buffer will not be reset.
1) Make sure the Installer Code Lock is disabled (see section
12.4)
2) Remove the battery and AC power from the control panel.
3) Set the RESET jumper to on by placing a jumper on the reset
pins of the control panel.
4) Re-connect the AC power and the battery to the control panel.
5) Wait 10 seconds and remove the jumper.
SECTION [503]: OPTION [6]
Option [6] ON = Battery Charge Current: 700mA (minimum 40VA
transformer)
Option [6] OFF = Battery Charge Current: 350mA
12.2 SOFTWARE RESET
Performing a software reset will set certain parameters to default
values or program certain sections with a set of pre-defined values.
To do so:
1) Make sure the RESET jumper on the control panel is on.
2) Enter Panel Programming Mode (see section 3.1).
3) Enter the 3-digit [SECTION] corresponding to the software reset
you wish to perform:
Section [970]
Entering this section will reset all programmable sections from
[001] to [896] (except sections [451] to [498], [555], [556], [560],
[790] to [795], and [800]) to default values. The Zone Labels,
Panel ID, PC Password, PC Telephone Number, Installer Code,
System Master Code, Event Buffer, and Automatic Report Codes
will not be reset.
Section [974]
Entering this section resets the following Access Control sections:
[301] to [332], [340] to [355], [361] to [375], [381] to [392], and
[537].
Section [975]
Entering this section will reset all Zone and Keyswitch
programming sections from [001] to [056], and [101] to [156] to
default values.
Section [976]
Entering this section will reset the following sections to default
values: [200] to [261], [270] to [274], [400] to [409], and [440] to
[442].
Section [977]
Entering this section will reset sections from [500] to [522] to
default values.
Section [978]
Entering this section will reset the following communication
sections to default values: [521] to [536], [550] to [554], [561] to
[564], and [600] to [718].
Section [979]
Entering this section will reset all user code sections from [801] to
[896] to default values.
12.4 INSTALLER CODE LOCK
SECTION [990]
Enter 147 into section [990] to lock all programming. When 147 is
programmed in section [990], performing a hardware reset as
described in section 12.1 will not affect the current panel settings.
To remove the Installer Lock, enter 000 into section [990]. (Default:
Unlocked)
12.5 PARTITIONING
SECTION [500]: OPTIONS [1] TO [4]
The Digiplex Control Panel can provide your system with up to four
completely independent partitions. Most features and options in the
Digiplex System can be independently set for each partition such
as Event Reporting, Entry/Exit Delay, Bell Squawk, One-touch
Arming, Panic Alarms and many more. All zones, keyswitch zones,
user codes and system modules are assigned to specific partitions,
making this a true partitioned system. In section [500], enable the
option(s) that correspond to the desired partition(s). Where options
[1] to [4] represent partitions 1 through 4.
12.5.1 Panel Partition Assignment
SECTION [440]
The control panel will report system events as originating from the
partitions enabled in this section. The System Troubles (i.e. AC
Failure, TLM Failure, etc.) can only be viewed through the
partitions enabled in this section.
00 = All enabled partitions (see section [500])
01 = Control Panel installed in Partition 1
02 = Control Panel installed in Partition 2
03 = Control Panel installed in Partition 3
04 = Control Panel installed in Partition 4
12.6 INSTALLER FUNCTION KEYS
To access the installer functions, press and hold the [0] key, enter
the [INSTALLER CODE], and then...
For LCD keypads: press the key indicated in the list below that
corresponds to the function you wish to activate.
For Grafica keypads: press the center action key (Options),
highlight the desired function and then press the left action key
(Select).
TEST REPORT: [STAY]
Sends the Test Report report code programmed in section [717] to
the central station.
CALL WINLOAD: [FORCE]
Will dial the PC telephone number programmed in section [560] to
communicate with a computer using WinLoad.
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ANSWER WINLOAD: [ARM]
Will force the control panel to answer a call made by the Central
Monitoring Station that is using WinLoad.
CANCEL COMMUNICATION: [DISARM]
Pressing this function key cancels all communication with the
Central Station or WinLoad until the next reportable event.
INSTALLER TEST MODE: [MEM]
The Installer Test Mode will allow you to perform walk tests where
the bell or siren will squawk to indicate opened zones. Press [MEM]
again to exit. Partitions cannot be armed if the Installer Test Mode
is enabled.
MODULE SCAN: [TRBL]
This feature instructs the control panel to verify the status of the
modules connected to the combus. The control panel will fix any
problems with the internal organization of the modules in the
control panel. The keypads will display the serial number of each
module that has been connected to the combus.
COMBUS VOLTMETER: [ACC]
LCD keypads (DGP2-641) only.
To verify if the combus is supplying sufficient power, press and hold
the [0] key, enter the [INSTALLER CODE] and press the [ACC] key on
the LCD keypad. A reading of 9.2V indicates that the voltage is too
low. The voltage may drop during the control panel battery test (see
section 2.4.1).
12.7 SYSTEM DATE & TIME
SECTION [502]: OPTION [6]
The System Date and Time is programmed through the User
Menu, please refer to Clock Loss section 16.7.
12.7.1 Daylight Savings Time
By enabling option [6] in section [502], the control panel will
automatically adjust the system's clock (time) for daylight saving
changes. At 2:00AM on the first Sunday of a full weekend in April,
the control panel will add one hour to the programmed time (clock).
At 2:00AM on the last Sunday of a full weekend in October, the
control panel will subtract one hour from the programmed time
(clock).
12.8 SHABBAT FEATURE
SECTION [522]: OPTION [4]
With option [4] on, all addressable detection devices and keypads
in the system will no longer display any system status through the
LCD and/or LEDs between noon (12:00PM) Friday and midnight
(12:00AM) Saturday. Therefore, normal operation will be reinstated Sunday morning at 12:00:01AM.
During the Shabbat period:
•
the LCD keypads only display the date and time
•
the backlight is disabled
•
the LED indicators on all addressable detection devices and
keypads in the system are disabled
If required, a user can access all the usual commands and features
during the Shabbat period by pressing a key or, if Confidential
Mode is enabled in the keypad, by entering their access code.
When no actions have occurred for two minutes, the Shabbat
Feature will re-activate.
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12.9 MODULE RESET
SECTION [951]
To reset a module that is connected to the combus to its default
values, key in the module's serial number into section [951].
12.10 LOCATE MODULE
SECTION [952]
If you wish to locate a specific module (e.g. detector, zone
expansion module, etc.) connected to the combus, key in the
module's serial number into section [952]. The green LOCATE LED
on the module will begin to flash until the serial number is reentered into section [952] or the appropriate tamper or unlocate
switch on the module is pressed.
12.11 MODULE PROGRAMMING
SECTION [953]
All modules connected to the combus are programmed through the
control panel. Therefore, if you wish to program a module, enter
section [953] to enter Module Programming Mode (see section 3.2)
and key in the module's serial number. At this point, any sections
entered will be those of the selected module. For details on how to
program the modules, refer to the module's Installer’s Guide or the
module’s Programming Guide. To exit this mode, press the [CLEAR]
key on LCD keypads, or the right action key (Exit) on Grafica
keypads, as many times as needed to return to the desired screen.
12.12 MODULE BROADCAST
SECTION [954]
This feature allows you to copy the contents of all programming
sections from one module to one or more of the same type of
module.
The Module Broadcast feature will only work when a
module is broadcasting its data to a module or to
modules of the same type and model number. For
example, an APR-PRT1 (Printer Module) cannot
broadcast to an APR3-PRT1. Likewise, a DGP module
cannot broadcast to a DGP2 module.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Press and hold the [0] key.
Enter the [INSTALLER CODE] (Default is 000000).
Enter [954].
Enter the source module’s 8-digit [SERIAL NUMBER].
Enter the destination module’s 8-digit [SERIAL NUMBER].
Repeat this step once for every additional module.
For LCD keypads, press [ACC]. For Grafica keypads, press the
center action key (Start).
For example: Using an LCD keypad, you've completed the
programming of a zone expansion module (sn#34540033) and you
wish to program another two zone expansion modules
(sn#34540075 and sn#34412100) with the same settings:
1) Press and hold the [0] key.
2) Enter the [INSTALLER CODE].
3) Enter [954].
4) Enter 34540033, 34540075, and 34412100.
5) Press [ACC].
The control panel will automatically copy the contents of 34540033
into the other two zone expansion modules.
12.13 REMOVE MODULE
12.15 POWER SAVE MODE
SECTION [955]
After entering section [955], the control panel will scan all modules
connected to the combus. If any missing modules are detected (i.e.
detector removed from the combus) during this scan, the control
panel will erase the module's serial number and remove the
module from the control panel's memory.
SECTION [504]: OPTIONS [4]
When the control panel is running on the backup battery (no AC),
the control panel can set all keypads into a “sleep mode” or Power
Save Mode. In Power Save Mode the keypad's backlight and LEDs
will be disabled until a key is pressed, an alarm occurs or an Entry
Delay is triggered.
12.14 SERIAL NUMBER VIEWING
12.16 AUTO TROUBLE SHUTDOWN
SECTION [900]
This feature allows you to view the serial number of the control
panel as well as the serial numbers of all modules connected to the
combus.
SECTION [218]
If, in a 24-hour period, a trouble has occurred more than the
number of times programmed in section [218], the control panel
will no longer report this trouble. Enter a value (001 to 015, 000 =
disabled) into section [218]. Please note that each trouble has its
own counter. This counter is reset every day at midnight or when a
Module Scan is performed (see section 12.6). Also, note that it
cannot be set to more than 15.
For LCD keypads: After entering section [900], the keypad will
display the 8-digit serial number of the control panel. Use the [S]
and [T] keys to scroll through the serial number of each module
connected to the combus.
For Grafica keypads: After entering section [900], the keypad will
display the 8-digit serial number of the control panel. Press the
center action key (Next) to scroll through the serial number of each
module connected to the combus.
12.17 NO AC FAIL DISPLAY
SECTION [503]: OPTION [7]
With option [7] in section [503] enabled, the control panel will not
display the AC Failure as a trouble. This means that when an AC
Failure occurs when this option is on:
•
the AC LED will extinguish
•
the trouble will not appear in the Trouble Display
•
the keypad will not beep to indicate the trouble
•
the AC Failure report code will be reported.
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13
ACCESS CODES
The Digiplex control panel supports 95 User Access Codes, 1
System Master Code, and 1 Installer Code.
13.1 INSTALLER CODE
SECTION [800]
(Default: 000000) The Installer Code is used to enter the control
panel's programming mode, which allows you to program all the
features, options and commands of the control panel and any
modules connected to the combus. The Installer Code can
program the User Code Options and the Partition Assignment,
but cannot program the personal identification numbers. The
Installer Code is six digits in length where each digit can be any
value from 0 to 9.
To change the Installer Code:
1) Press and hold [0].
2) Enter [INSTALLER CODE].
3) Enter section [800].
4) Enter new 6-digit [INSTALLER CODE].
13.2 ACCESS CODE LENGTH
SECTION [504]: OPTIONS [2] AND [3]
Access codes can be between 1 and 6 digits in length. When
programming access codes with less than 6 digits, press the
[ENTER] key. When you change the User Access Code Length from
4 digits to 6 digits, the control panel will automatically add the last 2
digits by using the first 2 digits. For example, if your Access Code is
1234 and you switch to 6 digits the code will become 123412.
When you change the Access Code Length from 6 digits to 4 digits,
the control panel will automatically remove the last 2 digits.
[2]
[3]
Option
Off
Off
4-digit Access Codes
Off
On
6-digit Access Codes
On
Off
Same as On/On
On
On
Flexible Access Codes
13.3 SYSTEM MASTER CODE
(Default: 123456) With the System Master Code a user can use
any of the available arming methods with access to all partitions
and can program all User Access Codes, User Options, Partition
Assignments, and Access Control Options.
Each digit in the System Master Code can be any value from 0 to 9.
The length of the System Master Code is determined by the
Access Code Length feature (see section 13.2). The System
Master Code cannot be set to less than 4 digits in length.
13.3.1 System Master Code Reset
SECTION [950]
To reset the System Master Code to its default (123456):
•
Set the RESET jumper to on by placing a jumper on the reset
pins of the control panel
•
Use the Installer Code to enter section [950]
Do not remove the power from the control panel.
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13.4 PROGRAMMING ACCESS CODES
Sections [801] to [896]
The instructions that follow detail how to program access codes
when using an LCD keypad. For instructions on how to program
users when using a Grafica keypad, refer to Grafica’s User Manual.
A complete Grafica user manual is available on our Web site at
www.paradox.ca. In section [801] the installer can program the
System Master Code with an Access Card’s serial number and
change the Access Card’s arming method (see section 13.7).
In sections [802] to [896], the Installer Code can program the User
Code Options, Partition Assignment, and Access Control Options,
but cannot program the user code for the System Master Code or
the User Access Codes. To program the User Access Codes, refer
the users to the appropriate manual: LCD Keypad System
Manager’s Manual and LED Keypads User Manual. If no partition
assignment is selected, the User Access Code will only be able to
activate PGMs.
To program user labels, refer to the LCD Keypad System
Manager’s Manual.
Figure 13-1: Programming User Access Codes
Press & Hold
the [0] key
Where Sections [801] to [896] represent User
Access Codes 01 to 96.
Enter the
[INSTALLER CODE]
Enter the
[SECTION]
User Code Options
Feature Select
Programming
Press the [S] key
User Partition
Assignment
Feature Select
Programming
Press the [S] key
Access Level and
Schedule Assignment
Enter digits
Access Control User
Options
Feature Select
Programming
Press the [S] key
Enter
Access Card
User Code Options
[1]
off
on
on
[2]
Feature
Master Feature Disabled
User can program user access codes
User can program user access codes,
options & assignments
[3] Duress [6] Stay & Instant
[4] Bypass [7] Force
[5] Arm only [8] off = access keypad’s partitions
only
on = access any partition assigned
to user
*Note: all users can regular arm the system
off
on
User Code Partition Assignment
[1] User Code Has Access to Partition 1
[2] User Code Has Access to Partition 2
[3] User Code Has Access to Partition 3
[4] User Code Has Access to Partition 4
Access Level and Schedule Assignment
First brackets: Access Level
Enter level from 00 to 15 (00 = access to all doors)
Second brackets: Schedule
Enter number from 00 to 15 (00 = all times)
Access Control User Options
[1] Access Card is activated
[2] Can disarm with Access Card
[3] Access Card with Extended Unlocked Period
[4]
on
on
on
on
[5]
off
on
off
off
[6]
off
off
on
off
[7]
off
off
off
on
Feature
Can Regular Arm with Card
Can Stay Arm with Card
Can Instant Arm with Card
Can Force Arm with Card
[8] Can open armed Access Control Doors
Press the [ENTER] or [S]
key to save and advance
to the next screen.
Access Card Assignment
Enter Access Card’s serial number or present Card
to the reader
13.5 USER OPTIONS
The User Options define how each User Access Code can arm or
disarm the system. Regardless of these settings, all users can
Regular Arm (see section 16.1) their assigned partitions and all
users, except those with the Arm Only option (see section 13.5.4),
can disarm an assigned partition. Select one or more of the options
described in the following sub-sections for each User Access Code
as shown in Figure 13-1 on page 42. The System Master Code or a
User Access Code with the Master Feature enabled can also
program the User Options using a different programming method.
To program the User Access Codes, refer the users to the
appropriate Manual: LCD Keypad System Manager’s Manual or
LED Keypad User Manual.
13.5.1 Master Feature
SECTIONS [802]
[1]
[2]
Off
Off
Off
On
On
Off
On
On
[896]: OPTIONS [1] AND [2]
Option
Master Feature Disabled
Master Feature Disabled
Users can create or modify User Access Codes
that have the same partition assignment.
Users can create or modify User Access Codes
with the same partition assignment and program
the User Options and Partition Assignment
(assigns only partitions the Master Feature Code
has access to).
TO
13.5.2 Duress
SECTIONS [802] TO [896]: OPTION [3]
When a user is forced to arm or disarm their system, entering a
Duress enabled User Access Code (option [3] On) will arm or
disarm the system and, if programmed, will immediately transmit a
silent alarm to the Central Station.
13.5.3 Bypass Programming
SECTIONS [802] TO [896]: OPTION [4]
The User Access Code with option [4] enabled can program
bypass entries as described in section 16.2.
will grant access to all partitions assigned to the User Access
Code. With option [8] off, the control panel will only grant access to
partitions that have been assigned to both the User Access Code
and the keypad.
13.6 USER PARTITION ASSIGNMENT
SECTIONS [802] TO [896]: OPTIONS [1] TO [4]
Each of the 95 User Access Codes can be assigned to one or more
partitions. A user can only arm, disarm and view status of the
partitions assigned to their User Access Codes. Select one or more
of the partitions for each User Access Code as shown in Figure 131 on page 42. If no partition assignment is selected, the User
Access Code will only be able to activate PGMs. The System
Master Code or a user with the Master Feature enabled can also
program the User Partition Assignment using a different method of
programming (see section 16.4).
13.7 ACCESS CONTROL
SECTIONS [801] TO [896]
In addition to the User Access Code options, the following options
can be programmed when Access Control is enabled on the
Digiplex system: Access Level, Schedule, Access User Options,
and Access Card.
The System Master Code and User Access Codes with the
Full Master feature enabled can also program the Access
Level, Schedule, Access User Options, and Access Card
on User Access Codes.
The System Master Code in section [801] has access
to all doors all the time. Only the card’s serial number
and the choice of arming method can be changed. If
the other options are changed, the System Master
Code will revert to its original programming.
13.7.1 Access Level Assignment
SECTIONS [802] TO [896]: LEVEL & SCHEDULE SCREEN, FIRST
13.5.4 Arm Only
BRACKETS
SECTIONS [802] TO [896]: OPTION [5]
The User Access Code with option [5] enabled can arm assigned
partitions, but cannot disarm any partitions. The type of arming is
determined by the other User Options selected. Please note that
with the Arm Only option, the user who just armed the system can
cancel arming by re-entering the same User Access Code during
the Exit Delay.
Enter the two-digit Access Level number (00 to 15) to be assigned
to that User Access Code. Access Levels are defined in the
sections [341] to [355] (see section 14.6). An Access Level is a
combination of Access Doors that a User Access Code assigned to
that level will be able to open. Access Level [00] will permit access
to all Access Doors (unrestricted Access Level).
13.7.2 Schedule Assignment
13.5.5 Stay & Instant Arming
SECTIONS [802] TO [896]: LEVEL & SCHEDULE SCREEN, SECOND
SECTIONS [802] TO [896]: OPTION [6]
The User Access Code with option [6] enabled, can Stay Arm or
Instant Arm (see section 16.1) assigned partitions.
BRACKETS
13.5.6 Force Arming
SECTIONS [802] TO [896]: OPTION [7]
The User Access Code with option [7] enabled will be able to Force
Arm assigned partitions (see section 16.1).
Enter the two-digit Schedule number (00 to 15) to be assigned to
that User Access Code. Schedules determine the hours, days, and
holidays that a User Access Code will be allowed to open Access
Doors. The Schedules are defined in the sections [361] to [375]
(see section 14.7). Schedule [00] will permit access at all times
(unrestricted hours and days).
13.5.7 User Menu Access Conditions
SECTIONS [802] TO [896]: OPTION [8]
This feature will govern which partitions users have access to when
entering their access codes. With option [8] on, the control panel
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13.7.3 Activate Card for Access Control
REGULAR ARMING WITH CARD
SECTIONS [802] TO [896]: ACCESS OPTION SCREEN, OPTION [1]
Option [1] ON = The Access Card is activated and can be used
when the Access Control is enabled.
Option [1] OFF = The User Access Code can be used with the
Digiplex alarm system, but cannot use the
Access Control features. This can be used to
disable a lost or stolen card without deleting the
User Access Code.
Option [4] ON and Options [5], [6], & [7] OFF = The Access Card
can Regular Arm partitions (see section 16.1).
13.7.4 Disarm with Access Card
SECTIONS [802] TO [896]: ACCESS OPTION SCREEN, OPTION [2]
When the partition assigned to an Access Door (see section 14.4)
is armed, it can be disarmed and unlocked upon presentation of a
valid Access Card to the reader. For an Access Card to be valid, it
must be presented during its assigned Schedule, within its
assigned Access Level and be assigned to the access control
module’s assigned partitions depending on the Door Access Mode
(see section 14.5). Codes assigned with the “Arm Only” User
Option will not be able to disarm with the card.
Option [2] ON = The Access Card can disarm partitions.
Option [2] OFF = The Access Card cannot disarm partitions.
13.7.5 Card with Extended Unlocked Period
SECTIONS [802] TO [896]: ACCESS OPTION SCREEN, OPTION [3]
Each Access Control Module is programmed with a Door Unlocked
Period and a Door Unlocked Period Extension. The Door Unlocked
Period is the time the door can remain unlatched after access is
granted or after a Request for Exit is received. The Door Unlocked
Period Extension is the amount of time added to the Door
Unlocked Period. For more details refer to the appropriate Digiplex
Module Reference & Installation Manual.
When Card with Extended Unlocked Period is enabled, the two
time periods are added together to allow extra time for the user to
open the Access Door, which may be useful for seniors and for the
physically challenged. Access is only granted during the card's
assigned Schedule and to doors programmed in its Access Level.
Option [3] ON = Extended Unlocked Period is enabled on card
Option [3] OFF = Extended Unlocked Period is disabled on card
Example:
STAY ARMING WITH CARD
Options [4] and [5] ON and Options [6] and [7] OFF = The Access
Card can Stay Arm the partitions (see section 16.1).
INSTANT ARMING WITH CARD
Options [4] and [6] ON and Options [5] and [7] OFF = The Access
Card can Instant Arm the partitions (see section 16.1).
FORCE ARMING WITH CARD
Options [4] and [7] ON and Options [5] and [6] OFF = The Access
Card can Force Arm the partitions (see section 16.1).
13.7.7 Access to Armed Access Doors
SECTIONS [802] TO [896]: ACCESS OPTION SCREEN, OPTION [8]
An Access Door can be assigned to a zone in Digiplex so it can be
protected by the security system as well (see section 14.4).
When a valid Access Card with this feature enabled is presented to
an armed door, access will be granted and the Entry Delay will
begin. When this option is enabled, extra security is provided since
a user must enter a User Access Code to disarm the area. Access
is only granted during the card's assigned Schedule and to doors
programmed in its Access Level. For User Access Codes assigned
with the “Arm Only” User Option, option [8] should remain off since
they cannot disarm the partition(s).
For this feature to function properly, Option [2] Disarm with Access
Card must be disabled. If option [2] is enabled, access will be
granted and the partition(s) will be disarmed without entering the
User Access Code.
Option [8] ON = Access to armed doors is granted
Option [8] OFF = Access to armed doors is denied
13.7.8 Access Card Assignment
SECTIONS [801] TO [896]: ACCESS CARD SCREEN
The Access Card is activated by assigning its serial number to the
User Access Code. This system supports only the proximity cards
by Position Technology. Either enter the serial number manually or
present the Access Card to the reader and its serial number will
register automatically.
13.8 MULTIPLE ACTION FEATURE
13.7.6 Arming with Access Card
SECTIONS [802] TO [896]: ACCESS OPTION SCREEN, OPTIONS [4],
[5], [6], AND [7]
An Access Card can be programmed to arm the partition(s)
assigned to the door when the valid card is presented to the reader
twice within approximately 5 seconds while the door remains
closed. For an Access Card to be valid, it must be presented during
its assigned Schedule, within its assigned Access Level and be
assigned to the keypad’s assigned partitions depending on the
Door Access Mode (see section 14.5). The arming method is
determined by turning ON or OFF one of the options from [5] to [7].
NO ARMING WITH CARD
Option [4] OFF = Arming with Access Card is disabled.
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SECTION [504]: OPTION [1]
By enabling option [1] in section [504], users will remain in the
User Menu after entering their access code. This allows users to
perform more than one action without having to re-enter their
access code. With option [1] off in section [504], the control panel
will exit the User Menu after every action.
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ACCESS CONTROL
Access control is an industry term for a system that monitors and
regulates the passage into and out of protected areas. With access
control, you can identify who accesses a site and limit the days and
times that specific people can enter and exit that site.
ACCESS CARD:
Each door in the access control system is equipped with a reader,
an access control module, a request-for-exit motion detector, a
door contact and an electronic door strike. These devices work
together with the control panel to unlock the door only for
authorized personnel at authorized periods of time.
DOOR LEFT OPEN:
A tag assigned to a User Access Code used to identify the user to
the Access Control system. By presenting the tag to a reader, the
system can verify whether the tag is valid.
Each Access Door is programmed with a period of time it is allowed
to remain open. Once the door has been open past this time limit,
an Access Alarm will be triggered.
FORCED DOOR:
Each person who is authorized to access the protected area is
issued a card. The card is assigned to a User Access Code and
programmed with an Access Level (see section 14.6) and a
Schedule (see section 14.7). When a card is presented to the
reader, the control panel will determine whether or not to unlock the
door depending on if the card is allowed to open that door (Access
Level) and if the card is permitted at that particular time and day
(Schedule).
If a protected door was opened without an “Access Granted” or
“Request for Exit” signal, a silent or audible Access Alarm can be
triggered.
Access Control features can only be enabled and programmed
through the LCD Keypad (DGP2-641) and setup through an
Access Control Module (DGP2-ACM1P). The general Access
Control options are programmed in the control panel. Specific
options for each door are programmed through the LCD keypads
(see the appropriate Digiplex Module Reference & Installation
Manual).
REQUEST FOR EXIT:
In order to program the Access Control features in the Digiplex
Control Panel, you must enter Panel Programming Mode:
Step 1:
Step 2:
Step 3:
Step 4:
Press and hold the [0] key.
Enter the [INSTALLER CODE] (by default 000000)
Panel Programming Mode: Enter desired 3-digit [SECTION]
Enter the required [DATA].
READER:
An Access Control device (Posiprox CR-R880) normally located
near a protected door that serves to relay the information from an
Access Card presented to it to the control panel.
When a REX device (Paradoor 460) installed above an Access
Door within a protected area detects movement, it sends a signal
to the panel to permit a user to leave the protected area.
VALID CARD:
An Access Card presented to a reader during its assigned
Schedule and within its assigned Access Level.
14.3 ENABLE ACCESS CONTROL
SECTION [537]: OPTION [1]
When Access Control is enabled, the control panel and the
keypads must be programmed for the feature to function properly.
Option [1] ON = Access Control is enabled.
Option [1] OFF = Access Control feature is disabled. (default)
14.1 PROGRAMMING ACCESS CONTROL OVERVIEW
The following is the minimum required to program an Access
Control system. Depending on the requirements of the installation,
some of the other features explored in the this chapter may be
necessary.
Step 1:
Step 2:
Step 3:
Step 4:
Step 5:
Step 6:
Enable Access Control in section [537] option [1]
Assign the modules to Doors in sections [301] to [332]
Create the Access Levels in sections [341] to [355]
Set the Holidays in sections [381] to [392]
Create the Schedules in sections [361] to [375]
Program User Access Code with Access Control Options
in sections [801] to [896]
14.4 ASSIGNING THE MODULE TO A DOOR
SECTIONS [301] TO [332]
Each door to be monitored and controlled requires an Access
Control Module (DGP2-ACM1P). The module is assigned to the
door through the module's serial number in these sections. You can
assign up to 32 Access Control Modules in a Digiplex system. The
Access Doors are then combined to determine the Access Levels.
If you want the Access Doors also to be linked to the alarm system,
assign the keypad zone input to a zone in the control panel (see
section 4).
14.5 DOOR ACCESS MODE
14.2 COMMON ACCESS CONTROL TERMS
ACCESS ALARM:
An audible or silent warning generated by the reader to indicate
that a protected door has not closed within the programmed time
allowed or that a protected door was opened without an “Access
Granted” or “Request for Exit” signal.
SECTION [340]
Although the keypad can be programmed to display the status of
various partitions, the Access Door can be assigned to one or more
partition(s) in the alarm system. This means that the actions
performed with the Access Card will be directly linked to the
partition(s) assigned to that door. For more details refer to Partition
Assignment and Assigning Doors to Partitions in the appropriate
Digiplex Module Reference & Installation Manual.
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Each door can be programmed to grant access only to cards
assigned to all the door’s assigned partitions (“AND” Door Access
Mode) or to cards assigned to at least one of the door’s partitions
(“OR” Door Access Mode). For an “AND” Access Door to grant
access or to arm all its assigned partitions, the Access Card must
be assigned to all the door’s assigned partitions. To access an
“OR” Access Door, the Access Card must be assigned to at least
one partition assigned to the door. An “OR” door will arm or disarm
only the partitions that it has in common with the card.
For example, program Schedule 01 in section [361]:
•
Interval A with Start time 07:00, End time 16:00, Days M, T, W,
T, and F
•
Interval B with Start time 10:00, End time 17:00, Days S, S,
and H
Then, any User Access Code with this Schedule assigned will only
be allowed access Monday to Friday from 7AM to 4PM and on
Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays from 10AM to 5PM.
Section [340] consists of four screens of eight options each. Each
option represents an Access Door. Enable the option
corresponding to the door to be set in “OR” Door Access Mode.
Options that remain disabled represent doors set in the “AND”
Door Access Mode. For example, if option [2] in the Second
Screen is enabled in section [340], Door 10 will use the “OR” Door
Access Mode.
Option ON
= “OR” Door Access Mode
Option OFF
= “AND” Door Access Mode (default)
14.8 HOLIDAY PROGRAMMING
14.6 ACCESS LEVELS
SECTIONS [341] TO [355]
Users will only be allowed access to the doors assigned in the
Access Level programmed on their User Access Codes (see
section 13.7.1). Each Access Level is a combination of the Access
Doors that were assigned in sections [301] to [332]. You can
program up to 15 different Access Levels (from 01 to 15). Level 00
allows the user access to all the Access Doors. Using Feature
Select Programming, enable or disable options representing the
desired doors. For example, if the options representing doors 01,
02, and 03 are enabled in section [341], any User Access Code or
Access Card assigned to Level 01 will only have access to doors
01, 02, and 03.
14.7 SCHEDULES
SECTIONS [361] TO [375]
Schedules determine the hours, days, and holidays that users are
permitted access. You can program up to 15 different Schedules
(from 01 to 15). Schedule 00 allows the user access at all times.
Each Schedule consists of two programmable time periods called
Intervals that determine the time of day and which days the users
will be granted access. When a schedule is programmed with “H”,
users will have access during the days programmed in the sections
[381] to [392] (see section 14.8). Each user is assigned a Schedule
through the User Access Code.
Program the Start Time and End Time according to the 24-hour
clock within the same day. Use Feature Select Programming to set
the options representing the Days.
Option
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
Day
Sunday (S)
Monday (M)
Tuesday (T)
Wednesday (W)
Option
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
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Day
Thursday (T)
Friday (F)
Saturday (S)
Holidays (H)
SECTIONS [381] TO [392]
Holiday Programming identifies the days that are considered
holidays. When option [8] is enabled in sections [361] to [375],
access is permitted during the programmed holidays.
Each section represents a month. Each section includes four
groups of eight options that represent the days of the month. Use
Feature Select Programming to enable the options representing
the days to be designated as holidays. For example, if 1 and 2 are
enabled in the fourth screen in section [392], then December 25
and 26 are designated as holidays. When [8] is enabled in sections
[361] to [375], those users will have access according to their
Schedule on December 25 and 26.
14.9 LOGGING ACCESS CONTROL EVENTS
14.9.1 Log Request For Exit In Event Buffer
SECTION [537]: OPTION [2]
When the REX device registers movement at the door, a Request
for Exit (REX) event is generated (see section 14.2). The Control
Panel can record the REX events generated from all the Access
Doors in the system, but cannot report these events to the
Monitoring Station. The events can be viewed through an LCD
Keypad by entering the Event Record Display (see section 16.8).
Option [2] ON = Record the REX events
Option [2] OFF = Do not record the REX events (default)
Since REX events can occur often, the Event Buffer
may fill up quickly.
14.9.2 Log Door Left Open Restore In Event Buffer
SECTION [537]: OPTION [3]
The Door Left Open Interval is the time that a door can remain
open after an Access Granted or a Request for Exit without
generating an Access Alarm. If an Access Door is left open beyond
its keypad's programmed Door Left Open Interval and then is
closed, it can generate a Door Left Open Restore event in the
Event Buffer. These events cannot be reported to the Monitoring
Station, but they can be viewed through an LCD Keypad by
entering the Event Record Display (see section 16.8).
Option [3] ON = Record the Door Left Open Restore events
Option [3] OFF = Do not record the Door Left Open Restore events
(default)
14.9.3 Log Door Forced Open Restore In Event Buffer
SECTION [537]: OPTION [4]
An Access Door is considered forced when its door contact is
opened without the use of a valid Access Card or User Access
Code or receiving a Request for Exit signal (see section 14.2).
If an Access Door is forced open then closed, it can generate a
Door Forced Open Restore event in the Event Buffer. This event
cannot be reported to the Monitoring Station, but it can be viewed
through an LCD Keypad (DGP2-641) by entering the Event Record
Display (see section 16.8). To have the Door Forced Open Alarm
reported to the Monitoring Station see section 14.10.1.
Option [4] ON = Record the Door Forced Open Restore events
Option [4] OFF = Do not record the Door Forced Open Restore
events (default)
14.10 GLOBAL ACCESS DOOR FEATURES
14.10.1 Burglar Alarm On Forced Door
SECTION [537]: OPTION [5]
An Access Door can be assigned to a zone in the Digiplex security
system to also be protected by the burglar alarm. If an armed
Access Door is forced open (see section 14.2), it can send a signal
to the control panel to trigger a burglar alarm and to report to the
Monitoring Station. The burglar alarm is generated instantly
regardless of the zone’s definition (i.e. entry delay is ignored).
For this feature to function, the following must be done:
•
Install a door contact (see appropriate Digiplex Module
Reference & Installation Manual)
•
Assign the Access Door to a zone (see section 4)
•
Enable option [4] in section [537]: Log Door Forced Open
Restore (optional) (see section 14.9)
•
Enable option [5] in section [537]: Burglar Alarm on Forced
Door (see section 14.10.1)
Option [5] ON = Burglar Alarm on Forced Door enabled
Option [5] OFF = Burglar Alarm on Forced Door disabled (default)
14.10.2 Skip Exit Delay When Arming With Access Card
SECTION [537]: OPTION [6]
When an Access Card is presented to a reader twice within
approximately 5 seconds with the door closed, some or all the
partitions (see section 14.5) assigned to the Access Door can arm
with or without starting the Exit Delay. This feature is useful when
the reader is outside the partition so the partition will be armed
immediately.
Option [6] ON = The Exit Delay will not be triggered
Option [6] OFF = The Exit Delay will be triggered (default)
14.10.3 Burglar Alarm On Door Left Open
SECTION [537]: OPTION [7]
An Access Door can be assigned to a zone in the Digiplex security
system to also be protected by the burglar alarm. Each Access
Door is programmed with a period of time that it is allowed to
remain open. Once the door has been open longer than the
programmed time period, a signal can be sent to the control panel
to trigger the burglar alarm and to report to the Monitoring Station.
For this feature to function, the following must be done:
•
Install a door contact (see appropriate Digiplex Module
Reference & Installation Manual)
•
Assign the Access Door to a zone (see section 4)
•
Enable option [3] in section [537]: Log Door Left Open
Restore In Event Buffer (optional) (see section 14.9)
•
Enable option [7] in section [537]: Burglar Alarm on Door Left
Open (see section 14.10.3)
Option [7] ON = Burglar Alarm on Door Left Open enabled
Option [7] OFF = Burglar Alarm on Door Left Open disabled
(default)
14.10.4 Door Access During Clock Loss
SECTION [537]: OPTION [8]
If the system registers a Clock Loss Trouble, the system will no
longer be able to recognize the Schedules. Only the System
Master Code and User Access Codes with the Master feature
enabled can reset the clock when option [8] is enabled. To avoid a
Clock Loss Trouble, the Digiplex Time Module (DGP2-TM1) can be
installed on the control panel. Until the Clock is reset, the Access
Control system can be programmed to grant access to:
Option [8] ON = only the System Master Code, User Access
Codes with the Full Master feature enabled or
User Access Codes with the Schedule 00
Option [8] OFF = all users regardless of their programmed
Schedule (default)
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15
WINLOAD SOFTWARE
The Winload software is not verified by UL.
15.1 ANSWERING MACHINE OVERRIDE
SECTION [441]
When using WinLoad to communicate remotely with an installation site
that uses an answering machine or service, the Answering Machine
Override must be programmed. Using WinLoad, call the installation
site and on the second ring press the [ENTER] key on the keyboard to
hang up or hang up manually. After hanging up, WinLoad will
immediately call the installation site back or call the site back manually.
The value (00 to 15 X 4 seconds) programmed in section [441]
represents the delay period the control panel will wait between the first
and second call. If the installation site is called back within the
programmed delay period, the control panel will override the answering
machine or service by picking-up the line on the first ring. To disable
this option program 00 in section [441]. Also, see section 15.2.
Example: A security installation is using an answering machine set
to answer after three rings and section [441] has been
programmed with 10 (10 x 4 = 40 seconds). When you call the
installation site with WinLoad the first time, wait two rings and press
[ENTER] on the keyboard. WinLoad will immediately call the
installation site back. If the second call is made within 40 seconds,
the control panel will pick-up the line on the first ring. If it takes
more than 40 seconds, the control panel will not answer on the first
ring and the answering machine will answer after three rings.
15.5 PC TELEPHONE NUMBER
SECTION [560]
The control panel will dial this number when trying to initiate
communication with a computer using WinLoad. You can enter any
digit from 0 to 9 and any special keys or functions (see Table 10,
Special Telephone Number Keys, on page 30) up to a maximum of
32 digits into section [560].
For North American installations using either SIA or
Contact ID reporting formats (see section 8.5), enter
*70 and then either P (4-second pause) or W (wait for
second dial tone) before the phone number to disable
call-waiting.
15.6 CALL WINLOAD
Dial the PC Telephone Number programmed in section [560] in
order to communicate with WinLoad. The control panel and
WinLoad will verify that the Panel Identifier and the PC Password
match before establishing communication.
For LCD keypads: press and hold the [0] key, enter the [INSTALLER
CODE] and then press [FORCE].
For Grafica keypads: press and hold the [0] key, enter the
[INSTALLER CODE], press the center action key (Options), highlight
Call Winload and then press the left action key (Select).
15.2 RING COUNTER
15.7 ANSWER WINLOAD
SECTION [442]
The value (01 to 15, 00 = disabled) programmed in section [442]
represents the number of rings the control panel will wait before
picking-up the line. If the line is not answered after the number of
programmed rings, the control panel will answer the call. The control
panel resets the Ring Counter every 10 seconds. Therefore, if there
is more than 10 seconds between each ring, the control panel will
reset the counter on the next call. Also, see section 15.1.
To perform on-site upload/downloading, connect your computer
directly to the control panel using an ADP-1 line adapter. In
WinLoad set Dialing Condition to Blind Dial. Program the panel
telephone number in WinLoad and follow the ADP-1 Adapter‘s
instructions. When the computer has dialed...
15.3 PANEL IDENTIFIER
SECTION [555]
This four-digit code identifies the control panel to WinLoad before
initiating upload or download. The control panel will verify if the
panel identifier in WinLoad is the same. If the codes do not match,
the control panel will not establish communication. Therefore,
program the same Panel Identifier into both the Digiplex Control
Panel and WinLoad. To program the Panel Identifier, key in the
desired 4-digit hexadecimal number into section [555].
15.4 PC PASSWORD
SECTION [556]
This four-digit password identifies the computer running the WinLoad
software to the panel before beginning the download process.
Program the same PC Password into both the Digiplex control panel
and WinLoad. If the passwords do not match, WinLoad will not
establish communication. To program the PC Password, enter the
desired four-digit hexadecimal number into section [556].
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For LCD keypads: press and hold the [0] key, enter the [INSTALLER
and press [ARM] to manually answer WinLoad from the
panel. Press [DISARM] to hang up.
CODE]
For Grafica keypads: press and hold the [0] key, enter the
[INSTALLER CODE], press the center action key (Options), highlight
Answer Winload and then press the left action key (Select). To
hang up, highlight Cancel Communication and then press the left
action key (Select).
15.8 EVENT BUFFER TRANSMISSION
SECTION [522]: OPTION [2]
If the Event Buffer contains 974 events since the last upload, the
control panel will make two attempts to establish communication
with a computer using WinLoad by calling the PC Telephone
Number programmed in section [560]. WinLoad must be in Wait To
Dial mode. When the system establishes communication, it will
upload the contents of the Event Buffer to WinLoad. If
communication is interrupted before completing transmission or if
after two attempts, communication is not established, the system
will wait until the Event Buffer attains another 974 events before
attempting to re-communicate with the central station. When the
Event Buffer is full, each subsequent new event will erase the
oldest event in the buffer. The Event Buffer can hold 1024 Events.
15.9 CALL BACK FEATURE
SECTION [522]: OPTION [1]
For additional security, when a computer using WinLoad attempts
to communicate with the control panel, the control panel can hang
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up and call the computer back to re-verify identification codes and
re-establish communication. When the control panel hangs up,
WinLoad automatically goes into Wait For Call Mode, ready to
answer when the control panel calls back. Please note that the PC
Telephone Number must be programmed in order to use the Call
Back feature.
USER FEATURES
16.1 ARMING AND DISARMING FEATURES
16.1.6 Force Arming
This method is used for the everyday arming of the system. All
zones within the partition must be closed to arm the system. The
system can also be Regular Armed by using a One-touch Feature
(see section 6.8) or a keyswitch (see section 5.4.6). All users are
able to Regular Arm the partition(s) assigned to their User Access
Codes.
Force Arming allows the user to arm a partition when Force zones
are open (see section 4.4.4). Once the open zone in an armed
partition is closed, however, the system will then arm it as well. This
feature is commonly used when a motion detector is protecting an
area that is occupied by a keypad. For example, during Force
arming the motion detector will remain unarmed until the user exits
the area that it protects. The system will then arm the motion
detector. The system can also be Force Armed by using a Onetouch Feature (see section 6.8) or a keyswitch (see section 5.4.4).
Only User Access Codes with the Force Arm option enabled can
Force Arm a partition.
16.1.2 Stay Arming
16.1.7 How to Arm
Stay Arming will partially arm the partition to permit the user to
remain in the protected area. The programmed Stay Zones (see
section 4.4.3) will not arm when Stay Arming a partition. For
example, the doors and windows can be armed without arming the
motion detectors. The system can also be Stay Armed by using a
One-touch Feature (see section 6.8) or a keyswitch (see section
5.4.3). Only User Access Codes with the Stay and Instant Arm
option enabled can Stay Arm a partition.
The following section details how to arm the system using an LCD
or Grafica keypad.
Partitions can be armed using various arming methods. Refer to
section 16.1.7 for information on how to arm.
16.1.1 Regular Arming
16.1.3 Stay Arming with Delay
Stay Arming with Delay functions like Stay Arming except armed
zones can be programmed with an Entry Delay Timer (see section
4.2.9). If these zones are accidently triggered, the timer will start to
allow the user time to disarm the partition(s).
16.1.4 Instant Arming
This feature is similar to Stay Arming. Instant Arming will partially
arm the partition to permit the user to remain in the protected area,
but all zones, including the entry/exit point, are changed to instant
alarm zones. Therefore, if any armed zone is breached, the alarm
will instantly be triggered. The system can also be Instant Armed
by using a One-touch Feature (see section 6.8) or a keyswitch (see
section 5.4.5). Only User Access Codes with the Stay and Instant
Arm option enabled can Instant Arm a partition.
For LCD keypads:
To arm, users:
1) Enter their [ACCESS CODE].
2) Press the key corresponding to the desired arming method
(see Table 12). If the users have access to more than one
partition, they can press the key corresponding to the desired
partition or press [0] to arm all their assigned partitions.
For Grafica keypads:
To arm, users:
1) Enter their [ACCESS CODE].
2) Using the scroll keys, highlight the desired arming method
(see Table 12) and then press the center action key (Ok). If
you have access to more than one area, proceed to step 3.
3) Highlight either Arm All Areas or Select Area(s) and then
press the center action key (Ok). If you selected the Select
Area(s) method, follow steps 4 and 5.
4) Highlight an area you wish to arm and then press the left
action key (Select). Repeat this step for any additional area.
5) Press the center action key (Arm)
16.1.5 Instant Arming with Delay
Instant Arming with Delay functions like Instant Arming except
armed zones can be programmed with an Entry Delay Timer (see
section 4.2.9). If these zones are accidently triggered, the timer will
start to allow the user enough time to disarm the partition(s).
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.
Table 12: Arming Methods
Arming Method
Regular
LCD
[ARM]
Stay
[STAY]
Instant
Force
[5]
[FORCE]
Grafica
(Arm System)
(Stay Arm)
(Instant Arm)
(Force Arm)
For Grafica keypads:
To bypass, users:
1) Enter their [ACCESS CODE].
2) Using the scroll keys, highlight Bypass and then press the
center action key (Ok).
3) Highlight the zone that you wish to bypass and then press the
left action key (Bypass). Repeat this step for any additional
zone.
4) Press the right action key (Back) to save the data.
Users can also activate Bypass Recall. Bypass Recall reinstates all
the zones that were bypassed the last time the partition(s)
assigned to the User Access Code were armed.
Users can only disarm the partitions assigned to their User Access
Codes. User Access Codes with the Arm Only option (see section
13.5.4) enabled cannot disarm.
For LCD keypads:
To activate Bypass Recall, users:
1) Enter their [ACCESS CODE].
2) Press the [BYP] key.
3) Press the [MEM] key.
4) Press [ENTER] key to exit.
For LCD keypads:
To disarm, users:
1) Enter through a designated entry. The Entry Delay Timer will
begin.
2) Enter their [ACCESS CODE].
3) Press the [DISARM] key. If the users have access to more than
one partition, they can press the key corresponding to the
desired partition or press [0] to disarm all their assigned
partitions.
For Grafica keypads:
To activate Bypass Recall, users:
1) Enter their [ACCESS CODE].
2) Using the scroll keys, highlight Bypass and then press the
center action key (Ok).
3) Highlight Bypass Recall and then press the center action key
(Ok).
16.1.8 Disarming
For Grafica keypads:
To disarm, users:
1) Enter through a designated entry. The Entry Delay Timer will
begin.
2) Enter their [ACCESS CODE].
3) Using the scroll keys, highlight Disarm and then press the
center action key (Ok). If you have access to more than one
area, proceed to step 4.
4) Highlight either Disarm All Areas or Select Area(s) and then
press the center action key (Ok). If you selected the Select
Area(s) method, follow steps 5 and 6.
5) Highlight the area you wish to disarm and then press the left
action key (Select). Repeat this step for any additional area.
6) Press the center action key (Disarm).
16.2 BYPASS PROGRAMMING
Bypass Programming allows users to program the alarm system to
ignore specified zones the next time the system is armed. For a
user to bypass a zone, the zone must have the Bypass option
enabled, the User Access Code must have the Bypass option
enabled, and the zone must be within the User Access Code’s
partition assignment.
For LCD keypads:
To bypass, users:
1) Enter their [ACCESS CODE].
2) Press the [BYP] key.
3) Enter the zones’ 2-digit number.
4) Press [ENTER] key to exit.
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16.3 CHIME ZONES
The keypads can be programmed to emit rapid, intermittent beeps
whenever designated zones within their assigned partitions are
opened or when they are opened within a certain time period.
These zones are Chime Zones. The instructions that follow are for
LCD keypads. For Grafica keypads, a complete Grafica user
manual is available on our Web site at www.paradox.ca.
For LCD keypads:
To program a Chime Zone, users:
1) Enter their [ACCESS CODE].
2) Press the [9] key.
3) Press the [1] key.
4) Enter the zones’ 2-digit number.
5) Press [ENTER] key to save.
To program a time period when the Chime Zones are activated,
users:
1) Enter their [ACCESS CODE].
2) Press the [9] key.
3) Press the [2] key.
4) Enter the time that keypads will start beeping when Chime
Zones are opened according to the 24-hour clock (i.e. 9AM is
09:00 and 9PM is 21:00).
5) Enter the time that keypads will stop beeping when Chime
Zones are opened according to the 24-hour clock (i.e. 9AM is
09:00 and 9PM is 21:00).
6) Press [ENTER] key to save.
16.4 ACCESS CODES
Refer users to the appropriate manual: LCD Keypad System
Manager’s Manual or LED Keypad User Manual.
16.5 NORMAL AND CONFIDENTIAL MODES
For LCD Keypads:
When no actions are being performed on the keypad, the keypad
will remain in Normal Mode as shown in Figure 16-1 and will
automatically display:
•
The current status of the zones for every area the keypad is
assigned
•
The Alarm Memory Display if any alarms have occurred
•
The Trouble Display if any troubles are occurring
•
The current state of the Indicator Lights
In Confidential Mode:
•
The zones and status messages will NOT be displayed
•
The Indicator Lights will not illuminate
Depending on how the keypad was programmed, the user must
press a key or enter a User Access Code to illuminate the Indicator
Lights and activate Normal Mode.
display the time and the date only, and all LEDs on the keypad will
turn off until either a key is pressed or an access code is entered,
depending on the configuration.
16.6 KEYPAD SETTINGS
The keypad’s setting can be modified to suit the user’s needs. The
instructions that follow are for LCD and LED keypads only. For
Grafica keypads, a complete Grafica user manual is available on
our Web site at www.paradox.ca.
For LCD Keypads:
1) Scrolling Speed: how long the messages will stay on the LCD
screen before moving to the next message.
2) Contrast: how dark or pale characters will appear on the LCD
screen
3) Backlight: the illumination behind the keys and the screen
Use the System Master Code to modify the settings as shown in
Figure 16-2 on page 51.
Figure 16-2: LCD Keypad Settings
Figure 16-1: Normal and Confidential Mode
In Normal Mode, the LCD screen
displays “Paradox Security” and the
time & date, as well as scroll the
system, zone and trouble status for
every area assigned to the keypad.
In Confidential Mode, the LCD screen
only displays “Confidential” and the
time & date. Depending on how your
keypad is programmed, Normal Mode
only appears once a button is pressed
or a User Access Code is entered.
Scrolling Speed:
choose a number
from 0 to 10
(10 is the slowest)
Backlight: choose a Contrast: choose a
number from 0 to 7 number from 0 to 4
(4 has the most
(7 is the brightest)
contrast)
16.5.1 Scroll Restart
In Normal mode the keypad will scroll though the status of the
different parts of your system. Press the [CLEAR] key at any time
during Normal Mode to return to the beginning of the sequence and
view the status of the areas assigned to the keypad.
For LED Keypads:
When no actions are being performed on the keypad, the keypad
remains in Normal Mode and the LED keypad will illuminate:
•
The AC Light if power is present
•
The Numerical Symbols representing any open zones
•
The Area Symbols if any areas are armed
•
The [MEM] Symbol if any alarms have occurred
•
The [TRBL] Symbol if any troubles are occurring
•
The [BYP] Symbol if zones are bypassed and shows the
status of the STATUS LED.
In Confidential Mode all the LEDs are extinguished. Depending on
how the keypad was programmed, the user must press a key or
enter a User Access Code to illuminate the LEDs and activate
Normal Mode.
For Grafica keypads:
If Confidential Mode is enabled and no actions are performed on
the Grafica keypad for a specified period of time, Grafica will
For LED Keypads:
Modify Backlight only:
1) Enter an [ACCESS CODE].
2) Press the [6] key.
3) Use the [S] and [T] keys to increase or decrease the
illumination. The range is between zero and seven with seven
as the brightest. ([10] LED = zero).
16.7 TROUBLE DISPLAY
When the system experiences problems or is tampered with, the
Trouble Display will activate. In LED Keypads, the [TRBL] Symbol
illuminates. In LCD Keypads, the Trouble Display will appear on the
LCD screen. In Grafica keypads, the Trouble Icon will appear in the
corresponding area window in the System Status Screen. Keypads
will only display troubles that occur in their assigned area(s).
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Potential troubles have been sorted into eight groups. The Group
headings are listed below with a brief explanation of the potential
troubles sorted within each group.
TO VIEW THE TROUBLE DISPLAY ON LCD OR LED KEYPADS:
1)
2)
Press the [TRBL] key.
For LEDs: Press the Numerical Symbol corresponding to the
Group heading to view the specific trouble.
For LCDs: Press the number representing the trouble and use
the [S] and [T] keys to view the specific trouble.
TO VIEW THE TROUBLE DISPLAY ON GRAFICA KEYPADS:
1)
2)
3)
Enter your [ACCESS CODE].
Using the scroll keys, highlight Trouble and then press the
center action key (Ok). The trouble(s) will appear by Trouble
Group.
If more than one Trouble Group appears, highlight the desired
group before pressing the center action key (View) to view the
specific trouble.
Trouble
Description
Trouble
Description
GROUP [4]: COMBUS
[1] Missing Keypad
[2] Missing Module
[6] General Failure
[7] Combus Overload
[8] Combus Comm. Error
GROUP [5]: ZONE TAMPER
Press [5] to display zone(s)
[2] Battery Trouble
[3] AUX Current Limit
[4] Bell Current Limit
[5] Bell Absent
[6] ROM Check Error
Power failure detected. The system is
running on the backup battery.
The backup battery is disconnected, needs
to be recharged or replaced.
Devices connected to AUX have exceeded
current limits (1.1A). The Auxiliary Output
will shutdown until the trouble is corrected.
The bell or siren has exceeded current
limits (3A). The Bell/Siren Output will
shutdown until the trouble is corrected.
The bell or siren is not connected. When
the bell output is not used, connect a 1kΩ
resistor across the bell output.
The control panel registers a data memory
error. Contact distributor for replacement.
GROUP [2]: COMMUNICATOR
[1] TLM1
The control panel is unable to access the
main telephone line.
[2] Fail to Communicate 1
[3] Fail to Communicate 2
[4] Fail to Communicate 3
[5] Fail to Communicate 4
The control panel tried all assigned
telephone numbers and failed to contact
the Monitoring Company.
[6] Fail to Communicate PC
The control panel is unable to
communicate with the WinLoad software.
GROUP [3]: MODULES
[1] Module Tamper
[2] ROM Check Error
[3] TLM Trouble
[4] Fail to Communicate
[5] Printer Trouble
[6] AC Failure
[7] Battery Failure
[8] Supply Output
A module’s tamper switch was triggered
A module is experiencing a data memory
error. Contact distributor for replacement.
A module is unable to access the
telephone line.
A module failed to communicate with the
Monitoring Company.
The control panel registers a problem with
a printer connected to a Printer Module.
Check printer for problems (paper jam, no
paper, no power, etc.).
Module power failure.
Module's battery is disconnected, needs to
be recharged or needs to be replaced.
Module has exceeded current limits.
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Zones displayed were tampered.
GROUP [6]: ZONE LOW BATTERY
Press [6] to display zone(s)
Zone displayed indicates where a wireless
device’s battery needs to be replaced.
Also, the device’s yellow light will flash.
GROUP [7]: ZONE FAULT
GROUP [1]: SYSTEM
[1] AC Failure
A keypad is no longer communicating with
the control panel.
A device is no longer communicating with
the control panel.
No communication between the devices
and the control panel.
Too many devices (over 95) are on the
combus.
The combus is having difficulty
communicating between the devices and
the control panel.
Press [7] to display zone(s)
A smoke detector is experiencing a wiring
problem, needs to be cleaned, or a
wireless device is no longer communicating
with its receiver (supervision loss).
GROUP [8]: CLOCK LOSS
Press [8] to re-program
The time and date were reset to default.
Step 1: Press the [8] key
Step 2: Set the hour and minutes according
to the 24-hour clock (i.e. 9AM is
09:00 and 9PM is 21:00).
Step 3: Enter the correct date according to
yyyy/mm/dd.
Step 4: Press [CLEAR] to exit.
If the Access Control feature is enabled in the system and
the option Door Access during Clock Loss is ON (section
[537] option [8]), only the System Master Code and User
Codes with the Master feature enabled will be able to
program the clock. Enter the System Master or a Master
Code, press [TRBL], then continue with the steps above.
16.8 TROUBLE LATCH
SECTION [504]: OPTION [6]
(Default: OFF) With the Trouble Latch feature disabled, when a
trouble occurs and is corrected, the trouble is automatically cleared
and no longer displayed. With the Trouble Latch feature enabled,
the trouble will remain displayed until it is manually cleared by the
user. To clear the trouble, users must enter the keypad’s trouble
display (see section 16.7) and then exit the trouble display. For
LCD and LED keypads, press [CLEAR] to exit. For Grafica keypads,
press the left action key (Back) to exit.
Only troubles that have been corrected can be cleared.
If a trouble has not been corrected, it will continue to
be displayed even if the user tries to clear the trouble
by using the method described above.
16.9 CLEAR BELL LIMIT TROUBLE
SECTION [522]: OPTION [5]
(Default: OFF) When an activated bell output is shorted, a Bell
Current Limit trouble is displayed and can be sent to the Central
Station. This feature determines how the Bell Current Limit trouble
is cleared.
Option
[5]
[5]
Description
ON
OFF
When an activated bell output is shorted, the Bell Current
Limit trouble will remain displayed until it is manually
cleared by the user. The user must clear the trouble
through the trouble display.
When an activated bell output is shorted, the Digiplex
control panel will attempt to reactivate the bell output once
every minute for as long as the bell is activated. The Bell
Current Limit trouble is cleared automatically the first time
the control panel does not detect a short when attempting
to reactivate the bell.
UL Note: For UL installations, section [522] option [5]
must be enabled (ON).
Only troubles that have been corrected can be
cleared. If a trouble has not been corrected, it will
continue to be displayed even if the user tries to clear
the trouble through the trouble display.
16.10 EVENT RECORD DISPLAY
The Event Record Display can only be viewed through an LCD or
Grafica keypad. The Event Record Display will record the userinitiated actions that occurred in the system as well as any alarms
or troubles.
For example, when a valid code is entered, the User Access Code
and the action taken (arm, disarm, etc.) is recorded.
You have the choice of viewing the events in all the partitions at
once or by individual area. In either case the most recent event is
displayed first (see Figure 16-3: Event Record screens).
4)
5)
Press the [2] key for Partition 2.
Press the [3] key for Partition 3.
Press the [4] key for Partition 4.
Use the [T] key to view subsequent events.
Press the [CLEAR] key to exit.
Once you have entered the Event Record Display, you can change
the order that the Event Record screens (see Figure 16-3: Event
Record screens) appear by pressing the [7] key. If you already
know the number of the event you want to view, press the [MEM]
key and then enter the event's number.
Figure 16-3: Event Record screens
Identification screens
Area where the
event occurred.
The number of
the event
The date and time
the event occurred.
Event screens
The event(s) that occurred.
For Grafica keypads:
To view the events, users:
1) Enter their [ACCESS CODE].
2) Using the scroll keys, highlight View Status and then press
the center action key (Ok).
3) Highlight View Events and then press the center action key
(Ok). If the event list appears on the screen go to step 6.
4) Highlight View All Areas or Select Area(s) and then press the
center action key (Ok).
5) If you selected Select Area(s) in step 4, highlight the area you
wish to view and then press the center action key (Ok).
6) Use the scroll keys to scroll through the events.
For LCD keypads:
To view the events, users:
1)
Enter their [ACCESS CODE].
2)
Press the [7] key.
3)
Press the [0] key for all partitions.
Press the [1] key for Partition 1.
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Sections
001 to 048 ...........................................................15
049 to 056 ...........................................................20
101 to 148 ...........................................................15
149 to 156 ...........................................................20
200 ......................................................................17
201 to 216 ...........................................................19
217 ......................................................................16
218 ......................................................................41
219 ......................................................................31
220 ......................................................................23
221 ......................................................................23
222 to 225 ...........................................................23
226 to 229 ...........................................................23
230 to 233 ...........................................................15
234 to 237 ...........................................................25
238 to 241 ...........................................................24
242 to 245 ...........................................................25
246 to 249 ...........................................................25
250 to 254 ...........................................................35
255 ......................................................................33
256 ......................................................................17
257 ......................................................................31
258 ......................................................................31
259 ......................................................................31
260 ......................................................................31
261 ......................................................................31
270 ......................................................................31
271 to 274 ...........................................................22
301 to 332 ...........................................................45
340 ......................................................................45
341 to 355 ...........................................................46
361 to 375 ...........................................................46
381 to 392 ...........................................................46
400 ......................................................................34
401 ......................................................................34
402 ......................................................................34
403 ......................................................................34
404 ......................................................................34
405 ......................................................................34
406 ......................................................................34
407 ......................................................................34
408 ......................................................................34
409 ......................................................................34
440 ......................................................................39
441 ......................................................................48
442 ......................................................................48
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INDEX
451 to 498
.......................................................... 17
............................................................... 25, 39
501 ......................................................... 22, 25, 26
502 ......................................................... 25, 35, 40
503 ................................................... 22, 35, 39, 41
504 ....................................... 19, 24, 41, 42, 44, 52
505 ............................................................... 22–23
506 ......................................................... 24, 26, 31
507 ..................................................................... 24
508 ..................................................................... 23
509 ............................................................... 22–23
510 ......................................................... 24, 26, 31
511 ..................................................................... 24
512 ..................................................................... 23
513 ............................................................... 22–23
514 ......................................................... 24, 26, 31
515 ..................................................................... 24
516 ..................................................................... 23
517 ............................................................... 22–23
518 ......................................................... 24, 26, 31
519 ..................................................................... 24
520 ..................................................................... 23
521 ............................................................... 28, 33
522 ............................................. 31, 33, 40, 48, 52
522 to 536 .......................................................... 31
537 ......................................................... 45, 46, 47
550 ..................................................................... 30
551 to 554 .......................................................... 30
555 ..................................................................... 48
556 ..................................................................... 48
560 ..................................................................... 48
561 to 564 .......................................................... 30
600 to 625 .......................................................... 28
626 ............................................................... 22, 28
627 ..................................................................... 28
628 to 653 .......................................................... 28
654 ..................................................................... 28
655 to 666 .......................................................... 28
667 to 678 .......................................................... 28
679 to 680 .......................................................... 28
681 to 692 .......................................................... 29
693 to 704 .......................................................... 29
705 ............................................................... 23, 29
706 to 711 .......................................................... 29
712 ..................................................................... 31
712 to 716 .......................................................... 29
717 ..................................................................... 29
500
718
......................................................................29
...........................................................31
800 ......................................................................42
801 ......................................................................42
802 to 896 .....................................................42–44
900 ......................................................................41
950 ......................................................................42
951 ......................................................................40
952 ......................................................................40
953 ................................................................12, 40
954 ......................................................................40
955 ......................................................................41
961 ......................................................................13
962 ......................................................................13
965 ......................................................................13
966 ......................................................................13
970 ......................................................................39
974 ......................................................................39
975 ......................................................................39
976 ......................................................................39
977 ......................................................................39
978 ......................................................................39
979 ......................................................................39
990 ......................................................................39
790 to 795
Arming with Access Card
..................................... 44
............................................... 47
Assigning keyswitches to partitions ...................... 21
ATZ ..................................................................... 19
Skip Exit Delay
Audible Alarm
Bell Cut-off Timer ............................................ 25
Pulsed ............................................................ 17
Steady ........................................................... 17
Tamper Recognition ........................................ 26
Wireless Transmitter Supervision ...................... 25
Auto Zone Shutdown
........................................... 16
Auto-Arming
No Movement ................................................. 22
No Movement Timer ........................................ 23
Timed ............................................................ 22
Timer ............................................................. 22
Automatic Event Buffer Transmission
................... 48
Auxiliary Power ...................................................... 5
Auxiliary Output ................................................ 5
Calculating power consumption .......................... 7
Power Limitations .............................................. 7
Power Supply Connections ................................. 8
Troubles ......................................................... 52
Away Arming. See Force Arming
Away Zones. See Force Zones
B
Backlight
A
............................................................. 51
Battery .................................................................. 5
Battery Test ..................................................... 5
AC Power
Bell
...............................................................5
.......................................................45
Access Card .........................................................45
Access Card Assignment .......................................44
Access Control feature .........................................43
Access Control Terms ...........................................45
Access Level ........................................................46
Access Level Assignment ......................................43
Account Codes .....................................................30
Activate Card .......................................................44
Ademco Contact ID ..............................................30
Ademco Express ...................................................30
Advanced Technology Zoning (ATZ) .....................19
Bell terminals ................................................... 5
Bell/siren Output ............................................... 5
Bell/Siren Output During Fire Alarm .................. 16
Sirens .............................................................. 5
Troubles ......................................................... 51
Access Alarm
Alarm
On Door Left Open ...........................................47
On Forced Door ...............................................47
Alarm Transmission Delay. See Delay Alarm Transmission
Alarm Types
.........................................................17
Alternate Backup Option .......................................31
Always Force Arm When Regular Arming ..............24
AND Door Access Mode ........................................46
Answer WinLoad ..................................................40
Arm Only .............................................................43
Armed Access Doors ............................................44
Arming methods ..................................................49
Bell Current Limit Trouble, Clearing
Broadcast
...................... 52
............................................................ 40
Burglar Alarm
On Door Left Open .......................................... 47
On Forced Door ............................................... 47
Burglary Zones
.................................................... 15
Buzzer Zones ....................................................... 15
Bypass Programming ........................................... 50
Bypass Recall ...................................................... 50
Bypass Zones ...................................................... 17
C
Call Direction
....................................................... 31
....................................................... 39
Cancel Communication ........................................ 40
Chime Zones ....................................................... 50
CleanMeTM .......................................................... 10
Clear Bell Current Limit Trouble ........................... 52
Call WinLoad
Clock Loss
Access during Clock Loss
................................. 47
Codes
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Alarm Report Codes .........................................28
Arming Report Codes .......................................28
Disarming Report Codes ...................................28
Special Alarm Report Codes ..............................28
Special Arming Report Codes ............................28
Special Disarming Report Codes ........................28
Special Tamper Report Codes ...........................29
System Trouble Codes ......................................29
System Trouble Restore Codes ..........................29
Zone Restore Report Codes ..............................28
Zone Tamper Report Codes ..............................29
Zone Tamper Restore Codes .............................29
Connections
Advanced Technology Zone (ATZ) .....................19
Bell/siren Output ...............................................5
Double Zone Connections ...........................10, 19
in Noisy Environments ........................................9
Keypad Zone Connections ................................10
Keyswitch Connections .....................................10
Network Connections .........................................9
PGM .................................................................9
Power ...............................................................5
Single Zone Connections ....................................9
Telephone Line Connections ................................5
Contrast
...............................................................51
.........................12
Current setting for charging battery ......................39
Control Panel Programming Mode
D
Daylight Savings Time
..........................................40
Delay Alarm Transmission ....................................17
Delay Alarm Transmission Timer ...........................17
Delay Between Dialing Attempts ...........................31
Delayed 24Hr Fire Zone ........................................15
Digiplex Memory Key. See Paradox Memory Key
Disabled
Wireless Transmitter Supervision
......................25
......................................44
Door Access Mode ................................................45
Door Forced Open Restore event ..........................47
Door Left Open .....................................................45
Door Left Open Restore event ...............................46
Disarm with Access Card
Doors
Access During Clock Loss ..................................47
Assigning The Keypad To A Door .......................45
Burglar Alarm On Door Left Open ......................47
Burglar Alarm On Forced Door ..........................47
Double Zone Connections
Duress
.....................................10
.................................................................43
E
Earth Ground
.........................................................5
..................................................28
Entry Delay Timers ...............................................15
Entry Delay zones ................................................15
EOL Zones ...........................................................19
ESL CleanMeTM Installation ..................................10
Enable Reporting
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Event Buffer
Log Door Forced Open Restore In Event Buffer ... 46
Log Door Left Open Restore In Event Buffer ....... 46
Log Request For Exit In Event Buffer ................. 46
Event Record Display
........................................... 53
Everyday arming. See Regular Arming
Exit Delay
............................................................ 23
Exit Delay cancelled on Remote Arm .................... 23
Exit Delay Termination ......................................... 23
Extended Unlocked Period .................................... 44
F
Feature Select Programming
................................ 12
Fire Circuits ......................................................... 10
Fire Zone ............................................................. 10
Fire Zone, Delayed 24hr. ..................................... 15
Fire Zone, Standard 24hr. .................................... 16
Follow zone ......................................................... 15
Force Arm When Regular Arming, Always ............. 24
Force Arming ....................................................... 49
Force Zones ......................................................... 17
Forced Door ......................................................... 45
Function Keys, Installer ....................................... 39
G
Ground
.................................................................. 5
H
Hardware Reset
................................................... 39
Holiday Programming ........................................... 46
Hourly Test Transmission ..................................... 31
I
Identifier, Panel
................................................... 48
Input Numbers
Keyswitch Numbering ...................................... 20
Zone Numbering ............................................. 15
Input Speed
........................................................ 19
Installer Code ...................................................... 42
Installer Function Keys ........................................ 39
Installer Lock ....................................................... 39
Installer Test Mode .............................................. 40
Instant Arming .................................................... 49
Instant Arming with Delay ................................... 49
Instant zone ........................................................ 15
Intellizone ........................................................... 17
K
Keypad connections. See Connections
Keypad Lockout
................................................... 23
Keypad Zone Connections .................................... 10
Keyswitch
Arm/Disarm
.................................................... 21
Connections ....................................................10
Definitions ................................................20, 21
Disabled .........................................................21
Keyswitch Numbering ......................................20
Maintained ......................................................21
Momentary .....................................................21
Options ....................................................20, 21
Partition Assignment ..................................20, 21
Stay/Instant Disarm ........................................21
PGM Time Base Selection ................................. 35
Relay ............................................................... 9
Power Supply Connections
Problems. See Trouble Display
Programmable Outputs. See PGM
Programming
........................................................17
LCD Display
Confidential Mode ............................................51
Keypad Settings ..............................................51
Shabbat Feature ..............................................40
....................................................... 12
Decimal Programming ..................................... 12
Feature Select Method ..................................... 12
Hexadecimal Programming ............................... 12
Level Programming ......................................... 13
Modules ................................................... 12, 40
Panel Programming Mode ................................ 12
Paradox Memory Key ....................................... 13
Zone Programming .......................................... 14
L
Labels, Zone
..................................... 8
............................... 7
Power Unit Consumption Table
......................................................40
Location & Mounting ...............................................5
Logging Access Control Events .............................46
Pulse formats. See Standard Pulse Formats
M
Record REX events
Locate Module
Master Feature
.....................................................43
...................................31
Memory Key .........................................................13
Module Programming Mode ..................................12
Module Scan ........................................................40
Multiple Action Feature .........................................44
Maximum Dialing Attempts
N
Network Connections
.............................................9
.......................................9
No Bell Cut-Off on Fire Alarm ...............................25
No Exit Delay on Remote Arm ..............................23
in Noisy Environments
O
One-touch Features
..............................................23
OR Door Access Mode ..........................................46
P
Pager Reporting Format
.......................................30
Panel Answer Options ...........................................48
Panel Identifier ....................................................48
Panel Partition Assignment ...................................39
Panel Programming Mode .....................................12
Panic Options .......................................................26
Paradox Memory Key ...........................................13
Partitioning ..........................................................39
PCB Layout ............................................................6
PGM .......................................................................9
As a 2-wire smoke detector ..............................10
As a 4-wire smoke detector ..............................11
Connections ......................................................9
PGM Activation Event .......................................34
PGM Deactivation Event ...................................34
PGM Delay Timers ...........................................35
PGM Programming Table ............................36–38
Pulsed Audible Alarm
........................................... 17
R
.............................................. 46
Record the Door Forced Open Restore events ....... 47
Record the Door Left Open Restore events ........... 46
Record. See Event Record Display
Recycle Alarm
...................................................... 25
...................................................... 25
Regular Arming ................................................... 49
Report Only ......................................................... 17
Reporting Formats ............................................... 30
Request for Exit (REX) event ............................... 46
Recycle Delay
Reset
Hardware ....................................................... 39
Module ........................................................... 40
Software ........................................................ 39
System Master Code Reset ............................... 42
Restrict Arming on
Power Failure .................................................. 22
Supervision Loss ............................................. 22
Tamper .......................................................... 22
Ring-back
............................................................ 24
S
Schedule
............................................................. 46
Schedule Assignment ........................................... 43
Scrolling Speed .................................................... 51
Shabbat Feature .................................................. 40
SIA FSK ............................................................... 30
Silent Alarm ........................................................ 17
Tamper Recognition ........................................ 26
Silent Alarms
Wireless Transmitter Supervision
...................... 25
................................................................... 5
Skip Exit Delay When Arming With Card ............... 47
Smoke Detector ................................................... 10
CleanMeTM feature .......................................... 10
Special Characters ............................................... 17
Sirens
DIGIPLEX CONTROL PANEL
57
Special Telephone Number Keys
...........................30
......................................16
Standard Pulse Formats .......................................30
Stay Arming .........................................................49
Stay Arming with Delay ........................................49
Stay Delay zone ...................................................16
Stay Zones ...........................................................17
Supervision Bypass Options ..................................25
Standard 24Hr Fire Zone
Swinger Shutdown. See Auto Zone Shutdown
System Master Code Reset
...................................42
T
Tamper
................................................................25
Tamper Bypass Options ........................................26
Tamper Recognition
Audible Alarm ..................................................26
Disabled .........................................................26
Silent Alarm ....................................................26
Trouble only ....................................................26
Telephone Line Connection
.....................................5
Test Report ..........................................................39
TLM Fail Timer ......................................................33
Transformer ...........................................................5
Trouble Display ....................................................51
Trouble Latch .......................................................52
Troubles ...............................................................51
W
WinLoad
...............................................................48
Answer WinLoad ........................................40, 48
Call WinLoad .............................................39, 48
Cancel Communication .....................................40
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Wireless Transmitter Supervision Options
............. 25
Z
Zone Labels
......................................................... 17
Zones
24Hr Burglary zone ......................................... 15
24Hr Buzzer ................................................... 15
Alarm Transmission Delay ................................ 17
Bypass ........................................................... 17
Clearing a Zone’s Numbering ............................ 15
Connections ...................................................... 9
Definition ................................................. 14, 15
Delayed 24Hr Fire Zone ................................... 15
Disabled ......................................................... 15
Doubling ........................................................ 19
Entry Delay .................................................... 15
EOL ............................................................... 19
Follow ............................................................ 15
Force Zone ..................................................... 17
Generates a report only ................................... 17
Input Speed ................................................... 19
Instant ........................................................... 15
Intellizone ...................................................... 17
Options .......................................................... 14
Partition Assignment ................................. 14, 16
Pulsed Audible Alarm ....................................... 17
Silent Alarm .................................................... 17
Standard 24Hr Fire Zone .................................. 16
Stay Delay zone .............................................. 16
Stay Zone ...................................................... 17
Steady Audible Alarm ...................................... 17
Zone Doubling (ATZ) ....................................... 19
Zone Numbering ....................................... 14, 15
Zone Options .................................................. 16
Zone Parameters ............................................. 14
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WARNINGS
FCC Warnings
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules subpart D and CS-03. Inside the cover of this equipment is a label that contains, among other
information, the FCC registration number of this equipment.
NOTIFICATION TO TELEPHONE COMPANY
Upon request, customer shall notify telephone company of particular line to which the connection will be made and provide the FCC registration number and
the ringer equivalence of the protective circuit.
FCC REGISTRATION NUMBER:
RINGER EQUIVALENCE NUMBER:
USOC JACK:
5A7CAN-22633 - AL - E
0.1B (U.S. & CANADA)
RJ31X (USA), CA31A (CANADA)
TELEPHONE CONNECTION REQUIREMENTS
Except for telephone company provided ringers, all connections to the telephone network shall be made through standard plugs and telephone company
provided jacks, or equivalent, in such a manner as to allow for easy, immediate disconnection of terminal equipment. Standard jacks shall be so arranged
that, if plug connected thereto is withdrawn, no interference to operation of equipment at customer's premises which remains connected to telephone
network shall occur by reason of such withdrawal.
INCIDENCE OF HARM
Should terminal equipment/protective circuitry cause harm to telephone network, telephone company shall, where practicable, notify customer that
temporary disconnection of service may be required; however, where prior notice is not practicable, the telephone company may temporarily discontinue
service if action is deemed reasonable in circumstances. In case of temporary discontinuance, telephone company shall promptly notify customer and will be
given opportunity to correct the situation.
CHANGES IN TELEPHONE COMPANY EQUIPMENT OR FACILITIES
The telephone company may make changes in its communication facilities, equipment operations or procedures, where such actions are reasonably
required and proper in its business. Should any such changes render customer's terminal equipment incompatible with the telephone company facilities, the
customer shall be given adequate notice to effect the modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
GENERAL
This equipment shall not be used on coin telephone lines. Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs.
RINGER EQUIVALENCE NUMBER (REN)
The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices that you may connect to your telephone line and still have all of those devices ring when your
telephone number is called. In most, but not all areas, sum of the REN's of all devices connected to one line should not exceed five (5). To be certain of the
number of devices that you may connect to your line, you may want to contact your local telephone company.
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE FACILITY
If you experience trouble with this telephone equipment, please contact facility indicated below for information on obtaining service or repairs. The telephone
company may ask that you disconnect this equipment from network until problem is corrected or until you are sure that the equipment is not malfunctioning.
FCC PART 15, WARNINGS: INFORMATION TO USER
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class B digital devices, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy, and, if not installed and used 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 equipment intermittently, 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 receiver; (3) connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit other than the one to which the receiver is connected, or
(4) consult the dealer or an experienced radio/tv technician for assistance.
CAUTION:
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by PARADOX SECURITY SYSTEMS could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
CTR-21 Warnings
The equipment has been approved in accordance with Council Decision 98/482/EC for pan-European single terminal connection to the public switched
telephone network (PSTN). However, due to differences between the individual PSTNs provided in different countries, the approval does not, of itself, give
an unconditional assurance of successful operation on every PSTN network termination point. In the event of problems, you should contact your equipment
supplier in the first instance.
General Warning
This equipment must be installed and maintained by qualified service personnel only.
UL and C-UL Warnings
UL AND C-UL INSTALLATION NOTES
This equipment is UL listed in accordance with standard UL1023 (Household Burglar -- Alarm Systems Units), standard UL985 (Household Fire Warning
Units) and standard CAN/C-UL S545 (Residential Fire Warning System Control Units). This equipment has the capability of being programmed with features
not verified for use in UL installations. To stay within these standards, the installer should use the following guidelines when configuring the system:
•
All components of the system should be UL listed for the intended application.
•
If the system will be used for “Fire” detection, the installer should refer to NFPA Standards #72, Chapter 2. In addition, once installation is complete, the
local fire authority must be notified of the installation.
•
This equipment must be verified by a qualified technician once every three years.
•
All keypads must use a tamper switch.
•
Maximum allowed entry delay is 45 seconds.
•
Maximum allowed exit delay is 60 seconds.
•
Minimum 4 minutes for bell cut-off time.
•
The following features do not comply with UL requirements: Bypass Recall, Shabbat, Auto Trouble Shutdown, and “No AC Fail” display.
•
Do not connect the primary indicating device to a relay. The installer must use the bell output.
•
The metallic enclosure that houses the Digiplex control panel must be grounded to the cold water pipe.
•
Use a UL/C-UL listed Siren: Wheelock model# 46T-12.
•
Use a UL/C-UL listed 12Vdc 7Ah rechargeable battery: YUASA model# NP7-12.
•
Transformer requirements: UL listed transformer - 16VAC 40VA
UL listed Basler Electronics Transformer - #BE156240CAA
CSA listed Basler Electronics Transformer - #BE116240AAA
•
The AUX, PGM and Keypad’s maximum current cannot exceed 200mA for UL installations.
All outputs are Class 2 or power-limited, except for the battery terminal.The Class 2 and power-limited fire alarm circuits shall be installed using CL3, CL3R,
CL3P, or substitute cable permitted by the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
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WARRANTY
The Seller warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use for a period of one year. Except as specifically
stated herein, all express or implied warranties whatsoever, statutory or otherwise, including without limitation, any implied warranty of merchantability and
fitness for a particular purpose, are expressly excluded. Because Seller does not install or connect the products and because the products may be used in
conjunction with products not manufactured by Seller, Seller cannot guarantee the performance of the security system. Seller obligation and liability under
this warranty is expressly limited to repairing or replacing, at Seller's option, any product not meeting the specifications. In no event shall the Seller be liable
to the buyer or any other person for any loss or damages whether direct or indirect or consequential or incidental, including without limitation, any damages
for lost profits, stolen goods, or claims by any other party, caused by defective goods or otherwise arising from the improper, incorrect or otherwise faulty
installation or use of the merchandise sold.
ATTACHMENT LIMITATION NOTICE
The Industry Canada label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets certain telecommunications network protective,
operational and safety requirements. The Department does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user's satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The
equipment must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection. The customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions may
not prevent degradation of service in some situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made
by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the
equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe
system, if present, are connected together. This precaution may be particularly important in rural areas.
CAUTION: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the appropriate electrical inspection authority, or electrician,
as appropriate.
The Load Number (LN) assigned to each terminal device denotes the percentage of the total load to be connected to a telephone loop which is used by the
device to prevent overloading. The termination on a loop may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the total of the Load
Numbers of all of the devices does not exceed 100.
Industry Canada certification is only applicable to installation of devices which include transformers approved by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA).
Digiplex, Grafica, InTouch, Omnia and WinLoad are trademarks or registered trademarks of Paradox Security Systems Ltd or its affiliates in Canada, the
United States and/or other countries.
Specifications may change without prior notice. All rights reserved. © 2003 Paradox Security Systems Ltd.
Printed in Canada - 01/2004
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