capture - Bergamo Security
Spett.le: MULTIMAC SRL
Data: 30/07/2
0312 Codice: BOZZA 1057
Curtarolo (Padova) Italy
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USER MANUAL
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Index
A500 - A500Plus description................................................................................................ 4
Functions described in this manual.................................................................................... 5
Display lighting..................................................................................................................... 5
Zone circuit test.................................................................................................................... 5
Alarm display......................................................................................................................... 5
LED signalling A500 - A500 Plus.......................................................................................... 5
Visualizzation / User Commands......................................................................................... 6
Visualizzation......................................................................................................................... 6
User Codes..................................................................................................................... 7
Variation of User Codes................................................................................................. 7
Master User Codes......................................................................................................... 7
Changing or Erasing User Codes................................................................................. 7
Enabling and Disabling User Codes............................................................................. 8
Change User Code string.............................................................................................. 8
Circuit check of single sectors............................................................................................ 8
Circuit check of the sectors with User “Sum of Sectors”................................................. 8
Quick Arm.............................................................................................................................. 9
Normal Arming...................................................................................................................... 9
Contemporary Arming of more sectors.............................................................................. 9
Macro activation by user code (A and B keys)................................................................... 9
Summary table of the A - B keys....................................................................................... 10
Normal Arming with Zone Timers Off................................................................................ 11
Special Arming (by use of timer) ...................................................................................... 11
Activation of the PATROL function.................................................................................... 11
Quick disarming ................................................................................................................. 12
Normal Disarming............................................................................................................... 12
Contemporary disarming of more sectors....................................................................... 12
Emergency code................................................................................................................. 12
By-pass and Rearming of zone.......................................................................................... 13
Variation of telephone number.......................................................................................... 13
Disabling of the buzzer....................................................................................................... 14
Variation of Date and Time................................................................................................. 14
Timer bypass....................................................................................................................... 14
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Information SIM in the GSM module................................................................................. 15
Remaining Credit.......................................................................................................... 15
Intensity of GSM Net.................................................................................................... 15
Expiry Date of Sim Card.............................................................................................. 15
Information SIM in the XGSM 485 / XGSM 485 PRO module........................................... 16
Remaining Credit SIM A e/o SIM B.............................................................................. 16
Intensity of GSM Net.................................................................................................... 16
Expiry Date of Sim Card.............................................................................................. 16
Informazioni ID panel (Panel ID)........................................................................................ 17
Speaker/ Display - Led - Keypad ....................................................................................... 17
Function RTC by use A500Plus......................................................................................... 17
Zone test.............................................................................................................................. 18
Test outputs......................................................................................................................... 18
Commands with HELP text................................................................................................. 19
Panic Message.................................................................................................................... 19
Fire Message....................................................................................................................... 19
Medical Message................................................................................................................. 19
Polling the memory events ............................................................................................... 19
Enable Installer ................................................................................................................... 20
O.C. (Open Collector) enabling.......................................................................................... 20
Activation of multi-function pushbuttons......................................................................... 20
Remote Telephone Control of the system........................................................................ 21
DTMF Controls.................................................................................................................... 21
Closing of a Communication............................................................................................. 21
RTC Activation after a Communication............................................................................. 21
Management of SMS on the way out................................................................................. 22
Management of incoming SMS.......................................................................................... 22
List of the Commands........................................................................................................ 22
Summary-Chart of multi-function pushbuttons............................................................... 23
Maintenance of the system................................................................................................ 23
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KEYPAD A500 - A500Plus
A500 - A500Plus description
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GREEN LED - ACCESSORY LED
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GREEN LED - SYSTEM READY
2
YELLOW LED - ACCESSORY LED
15
RED LED - TAKE CARE, VISUALIZATION ON DISPLAY
3
RED LED - SIGNALLING OF ARMED SYSTEM
16
NOT USED
4
YELLOW LED - PRESENCE OF 220V MAINS
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PUSHBUTTON - B: MULTIFUNCTION COMMANDS
PUSHBUTTON – MOVE ON THE RIGHT []
5
DISPLAY
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PUSHBUTTON - PANIC MESSAGE
6
PUSHBUTTON - ARMING ON
PUSHBUTTON – MOVE UP []
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PUSHBUTTON - MEDICAL MESSAGE
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PUSHBUTTON - A: MULTIFUNCTION COMMANDS
PUSHBUTTON – MOVE ON THE LEFT []
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PUSHBUTTON - DISARMING
PUSHBUTTON – MOVE DOWN
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PUSHBUTTON – OUTPUT COMMAND
PUSHBUTTON – SEQUENCE FOR QUICK MESSAGE
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PUSHBUTTON – END USER MENU
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PUSHBUTTON - MEMORY EVENTS
PUSHBUTTON - FIRE MESSAGE
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PUSHBUTTON - RESET FIRE
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KEYPAD
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PUSHBUTTON –OFF TIMES ACTIVATION
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PUSHBUTTON - DATA ERASING
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PUSHBUTTON – OUTPUT ACTIVATION
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PUSHBUTTON – ZONE EXCLUSION COMMAND
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PUSHBUTTON - DISARMING
BADGE READER (ONLY PLUS. MODEL)
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PUSHBUTTON – DATA CONFIRMATION
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PUSHBUTTON – VOCAL HELP ACTIVATION
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[]
Functions described in this manual
• The functions described in this manual must be enabled by the installer.
• Some of the functions could not be active and visualization might have small variations.
• To identify pushbuttons and LEDs that are explained in various functions, refer to the table
in chapter “Keyboard” of the specific model.
Display lighting
The backlight turns on when any key is pressed (Eg. the [CLR]).
Zone circuit test
The zones open or by-passed are shown directly on the display after entering the User Code;
press [CLR] key to remain in this menù.
Alarm display
The zones that have triggered alarms in the control panel are displayed in sequence in the second
line of the display, while the current date and time are displayed above.
LED signalling A500 - A500 Plus
1. Red Led - System armed (3)
Visualization of this led is linked to the sector to which the keypad is associated and shows the
arming or the occurred alarm.
• If on, the sector/s, associated to keypad, is armed in one of its modes.
• If off, the sector/s, associated to keypad, is disarmed.
• If flashing, the sector/s, associated to keypad, is disarmed.and an alarm has occurred
during the previous arming.
• If flashing quikly, at least one of the sectors associated to keypad, is armed.
2. Yellow Led - Presence of 220Ac mains (4)
• If on, mains voltage is present; the situation is correct.
• If off, there is no mains voltage.
3. Green Led - System ready (14)
This led shows the zone state of the sector associated to the keypad
• If on, all the zones are ready to be enabled.
• If off, at least one of the zones is open.
• If flashing, at least one zone has been by-passed.
4. Red Led - Take care, visualization on display (15)
• If on, it gives information about a visualization on display of keypad
• If off, there is no information to visualize.
Functions of Accessory Leds (1 and 2)
1)
_____________________________ 2)_____________________________
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Visualizzation / User Commands
The User visualizations are linked to the settings made by the installer and can be of two types:
1. Flat: Allows the User to visualize the areas in groups of 16
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2. Compact: Allows the User to visualize only the competing areas
in groups of 5 at the time
Description of visualization n. 2
Sector n°02:
Area disarmed, balanced zones
Sector n°06:
Area armed in ON
Sector n°15:
Area disarmed , zones open
Sector n°44:
Area armed in AREA
Sector n°55:
Area armed in PERIMETER
Sect.: 0206154455
state:okon--arpe
3. Continuos: the end user can view one by one each partition and, Sector # 03
for the first 16, can see the relative name
Offices
Commands:
• [][][][]: To select the area
• [ENT]: To enter the area
• [CLR]:
To set directly the area number
• [0]: To manage all competing areas at the same time
• [ESC]:
To step back
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COMPACT
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PARTITION #01 -PARTITION #01 On
PARTITION #01 Ho
PARTITION #01 Ar
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DESCRIPTION
Patition disarmed, zones closed
Patition disarmed, zones opened
Partition ON armed
Partition HOME armed
Partition AREA armed
Partition PERIMETER armed
Non-competing Partition
Other messages:
These messages could be displayed on the keypad immediately or after you have entered your
user code, depending on the installer’s programming:
• SIM credit low/used up >>> recharge the SIM CARD
• Fuses >>> contact the installer
• Codes changed >>> the codes were changed
• Sensors: batt low >>> battery low sensor n° xx. We recommend you contact the installer
• Sensors: survive >>> the controller did not detect the sensor, we recommend you contact
the installer
• Sensors: antimask >>> sensor n° xx was masked and may not function correctly
• Sensors: disqualification >>> it is probably covered or misaligned, check the sensor
• Sensors: dirty lenses >>> the sensors lenses are dirty, wipe them with a cloth.
Clear messages
Messages are usually cleared automatically. Information about the GRID (power supply 220
VAC) - BATTERY (low/missing) - TELEPHONE (No telephone line) remains on the display and
is cleared by turning the system off and on.
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User Codes
The User Code allows the user to inter-act with the system to arm/disarm the system and to
make other operations
This code is strictly personal ad secret, it is recommended not to divulge it for security reasons.
The user code is made of 4 to 5 digits, followed by pushbutton ENT in order to be recognized or
it can be made of 6 digits, in this case it is not necessary to press ENT
The flexibility of the user code allows the installer to vary the settings according to system potential, with no risk for security.
Variation of User Codes
When the control panel is off, it is possible change the User Code:
Nota: if the User code is associated to all sectors, digit the sector.
 Enter the User Code
 Press the (1) “CODE” key followed by the (ENT) key
Press (CLR), digit the new User code
Press (ENT) to confirm
Press (ESC) to exit
All the functions can be entered now only with the use of the new code.
Remember that if the User Code is forgotten it can obviously not be varied.
Master User Codes
The Master User option, in addition to the functions of the user code assigned in the relative user
profile allows the user to change the User (NOT MASTER) Codes associated with its own sectors,
to change the string and to block the ability of operating from the keypad and RTC while leaving
the keys and remotes associated to them active.
Changing or Erasing User Codes
You can change the User Codes with the system off.

Enter the User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
 Press the (1) “CODE” key followed by the (ENT) key
Press (CLR) followed by the number of the user code to be changed and press (ENT)
a To change the User code, press (CLR), enter the new Code and then press (ENT)
b To erase the User Code, press (CLR) two times and then (ENT)
• In this way the code will is disabled for working from the keypad and RTC while the
keys and remotes associated to the Code remain active.
 Press (ESC) to exit
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Enabling and Disabling User Codes

Enter the User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
 Press the (1) “CODE” key followed by the (ENT) key
Press (CLR) followed by the number of user code to be changed and then press (ENT)
 Press [] to display the “Active code” step
Press (CLR) to enable/disable the user code, press (ENT) to confirm)
Press (ESC) to exit
Change User Code string

Enter the User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
 Press the (1) “CODE” key followed by the (ENT) key
Press (CLR) followed by the number of user code to be changed and then press (ENT)
 Press [] to display the “User label” step
Press (CLR) to be able to change, press the alphanumeric keys to type a string of a maximum of 16 characters, press (ENT) to confirm
Typing keys:: (1)abc1 (2)def2 (3)ghi3 (4)jkl4 (5)mno5 (6)pqr6 (7)stu7 (8)vwx8 (9)yz. (0)_’0
Press the arrows () and () to position the cursor
 Press (ESC) to exit
Circuit check of single sectors

Digit User Code you are in mode Circuit Check.
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
a
If there are any open sectors, they will be visualized on display showing “Sectors not
ready”.
b If all sectors are closed, it will show “Sectors Ready”.
Circuit check of the sectors with User “Sum of Sectors”
 Digit User Code
 Display shows the state of sector arming/disarming.
Press (0), to enter in mode Circuit Check.
a If there are any open sectors, they will be visualized on display showing “The name of the
input open”.
b If all sectors are closed, it will show “Sectors Ready”.
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Quick Arm
Press (ON) (ON) (ENT)
ON Arming: ___________
Note: if the sequence of pushbuttons is pressed on a keypad associated to a sector, that sector
is armed; if it is associated to more sectors, these will be simultaneously armed.
Normal Arming
The display shows the current date and hour

Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.

The Display shows the system’s current situation.

Press the key that corresponds to the type of Arming desired:
Press (ON)
ON Arming: ___________
Contemporary Arming of more sectors
This function is active only for the users enabled to “Sum of Sectors”
The display shows the current date and hour





Digit User Code
The Display shows the system’s current situation.
Digit (0) To enter the mode Sum and in order to contemporarily operate on more sectors.
Press the key that corresponds to the type of Arming desired.
The red ON led will light up to indicate that the unit has been switched on and the arming
mode will show on display.
Macro activation by user code (A and B keys)
You can turn on the sectors associated to the “A-B” keys by simply pressing them after entering
the user code.
The sectors associated to them must be agreed on with the installer during programming and
are linked to the keypad/code performing the operation.
The display shows the current date and time

Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.

Type the on command A or B
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Summary table of the A - B keys
Description of the functions associated to the multi-function keys
Keypad 1
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_B_
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_A_
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_A_
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_B_
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_A_
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_A_
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_A_
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Keypad 2
Keypad 3
Keypad 4
Keypad 5
Keypad 6
Keypad 7
Keypad 8
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Normal Arming with Zone Timers Off
The function “OFF TIMES” allows the User to eliminate the system input and output time, thus
granting max security. In fact, eliminating these time lapses during partial arming will cause an
immediate alarm in case of intrusion attempt, with no risky and unuseful delay.
This function is linked to the configuration of the Macro and should be agreed with the installer
during programming
This function will automatically de-activate at following disarming of the system.
Any procedure of Tempi Off and Tempi On will be visualized in the events memory.
Special Arming (by use of timer)
The automatic arming of the control unit is anticipated by the buzzer signalling on the keypad.
During this signalling, it is possible to make the special arming in order to delay it of one hour.
This operation can be made up to three times, after which the system will not accept any other
special arming and will proceed to arm.
Display will show date and time and buzzer will sound

Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.

Press on pushbutton (8) key to make special arming.
Activation of the PATROL function
During arming of the system, it is possible to activate the PATROL function, allowing the passage
to an area pre-set as PATROL via a group of detectors previously associated.
These detectors will exclude for a pre-set time lapse and will then re-activate automatically.
According to control panel programming, it is possible to ask for a confirmation of the dialling of
the patrol user-code once the inspection is over.
The PATROL code cannot carry out the functions usually associated to the code.
Display will show date and time and buzzer will sound

Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
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Quick disarming
Display shows time and date and arming mode

Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.

Should it blink instead of switching off, that would mean that there has been an alarm.
Furthermore display will visualize the alarm concerned sectors.
Normal Disarming
Display shows time and date and arming mode

Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.


Press on (5) “Off”, control unit will be disarmed.
Should it blink instead of switching off, that would mean that there has been an alarm.
Furthermore display will visualize the alarm concerned sectors.
Contemporary disarming of more sectors
Display will show date and time
 Digit User Code
 Display will show sectors arming/disarming state.
 Digit (0) (zero) to enter Sum mode
Press (5) “Off”, armed sectors will be disarmed
Press (ESC) to exit
Should it blink instead of switching off, that would mean that there has been an alarm.
Furthermore display will visualize the alarm concerned sectors.
Emergency code
The Emergency Code can be used to enable a silent anti-robbery alarm output if this output has
been programmed by the Installer.
In this way, if an intruder has forced an authorized user (employee, etc.) to switch off the system
under threat, a silent signal will be transmitted without the intruder’s knowledge.
The Emergency Code is a code that works in the same way as the User Code, and can therefore be used to switch off the control panel under threat.
The Emergency Code is automatically created by the control panel by adding “1” to the last digit
in each User Code.
Enter the Emergency Code [User Code + 1 ]
Example 1:
User code:
Emergency code:
Example 2:
User code:
Emergency code:
546321
546322
546329
546320
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By-pass and Rearming of zone
When the system is off, you can make the exclusion zone.
There are two possible ways to exclude a zone; for one of them it is necessary to remind the
number of zone to exclude/include; for the other one it is necessary to look through the menu of
the reference zones to exclude/include
Example: Zone 2 must be by passed.

Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.

Press the (ZONE) “OFF-ZONE” key - (0)
1° mode (a):
a
a
a
Press the key corresponding to the number of the zone to be by passed
Press (ENT) key to confirm
Press (ESC) key to exit
2° mode (b):
b Look through the list of the reference zones until reaching the one you wish ()
b Press (ENT) key to confirm,
b Press (ESC) key to exit
 The display will show which zone has been by passed and the green OK Led will begin
flashing in order to indicate that the zone has been by passed.
In order to un by pass the zone(s) by passed, the same procedure used for zone by passing must
be used.
Variation of telephone number
When the control panel is off, it is possible to change the telephone numbers.

Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
Press (1)
Press () repeatedly to the “Number telephone” step and then press (ENT)
Press (CLR), select memory position (1)..(16) and (ENT)
Press (CLR), the (new telephone number) and (ENT)
Press (ESC) to exit
Any change of telephone numbers must be followed by a total test of the system.
Note: It is possible to vary the concerned telephone numbers and the vocal ones only.
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Disabling of the buzzer
The sound of the internal buzzer in each keypad can be disabled.

Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
Press (1)
 Press () repeatedly to the “Beep of keys” step and then press (ENT)
Press (CLR) key to vary - Press (ENT) key to confirm
Press (ESC) key to exit
In order to re-enable the sound of the internal buzzer in each keypad, the same procedure
used for buzzer disabling must be adopted.
Variation of Date and Time
When the control panel is off, it is possible to change the Date and Time.

Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
Press (1)
 Press () repeatedly to the “Date/Time” step and then press (ENT)
Press (CLR) to change - Enter the desired numerical value - Press (ENT) to confirm varia-
tions; With () you can see the other programming (Hour -Minutes - Day - Month - Year)

To leave, press (ESC)
Timer bypass
And ‘possible inhibition of the Scheduler.

Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
Press (1)
 Press () repeatedly to the “Timer bypass” step and then press (ENT)
Press (CLR) key to vary - Press (ENT) key to confirm
Press (ESC) key to exit
In order to re-enable the Timer the same procedure used for disabling must be adopted.
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Information SIM in the GSM module
Remaining Credit
It is possible to check the SIM Card remaining credit.

Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
Press (1)
 Press () repeatedly to the “XGSM” step
Press (ENT)
Note: If your credit is not available you will see a question mark (?)
Press (ESC) key to exit
Intensity of GSM Net
It is possible to check intensity of GSM Net.

Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
Press (1)
 Press () repeatedly to the “XGSM” step
Press (ENT)
Press () repeatedly to the “GSM field level” step
Note: More sticks are displayed (up to 5), the stronger the signal is
Press (ESC) key repeatedly to exit
Expiry Date of Sim Card
It is possible to vary the expiry date of the Sim Card.
This operation is ncessary any time a SIM recharge is made, in order to have the control unit
warning about the Sim Card expiry date, whether enabled by the installer.
It is recommended to set the warning quite in advance in order to avoid any possible block by
the Provider.

Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
Press (1)
 Press () repeatedly to the “XGSM” step
Press (ENT)
Press () repeatedly to the “SIM expir. month”
Press (ENT)
’Press (CLR) key to vary - Enter the required numerical value - Press (ENT) key to confirm;
“Press (ESC) key repeatedly to exit
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Information SIM in the XGSM 485 / XGSM 485 PRO module
Remaining Credit SIM A e/o SIM B
It is possible to check the SIM Card to SLOT A and/or to SLOT B remaining credit.
 Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
Press (1)
 Press () repeatedly to the “XGSM 485” step
Press (ENT)
Press () repeatedly to the “SIM A” o “SIM B” step
Press (ENT)
Note: If your credit is not available you will see a question mark (?)
’Press (ESC) key repeatedly to exit
Intensity of GSM Net
It is possible to check intensity of GSM Net.
 Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
Press (1)
Press () repeatedly to the “XGSM 485” step
Press (ENT)
Press () repeatedly to the “SIM A” o “SIM B” step
Press (ENT)
’Press () repeatedly to the “GSM field level” step
Note: More sticks are displayed (up to 5), the stronger the signal is
“Press (ESC) key repeatedly to exit
Expiry Date of Sim Card
It is possible to vary the expiry date of the Sim Card.
This operation is ncessary any time a SIM recharge is made, in order to have the control unit
warning about the Sim Card expiry date, whether enabled by the installer.
It is recommended to set the warning quite in advance in order to avoid any possible block by
the Provider.
 Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
Press (1)
 Press () repeatedly to the “XGSM485” step
Press (ENT)
Press () repeatedly to the “SIM A” o “SIM B” step
Press (ENT)
’Press () repeatedly to the “SIM expir. month” step
“Press (ENT)
”Press (CLR) key to vary - Enter the required numerical value - Press (ENT) key to confirm;
•Press (ESC) key repeatedly to exit
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Informazioni ID panel (Panel ID)
It is possible view the code associated to the control panel.
This code is required to complete the registering on the website www.myavsalarm.com to enable
the App Manager.
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Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
Press (1) key
 Press () repeatedly to the “Panel ID” step
Press (ENT)
Note: If the code is not enabled or not available, the display not shows information about.
Press (ESC) key repeatedly to exit
Speaker/ Display - Led - Keypad
It is possible to vary the setting of A500Plus.
This operation allows to vary the audio volume, the enabling or not of the audio emission of the
zones status, the display contrast, the LED brightness and the rear-lighting
 Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
Press (1) key followed by the ()
 Press (ENT) to enter the sub-menu
 Press () to select one of the settings available - Press (CLR)

to vary the parameters set
- Press (ENT) to confirm variations
Press (ESC) key repeatedly to exit
Note:
- Audio of Zones/OC/Events status: set as YES, it allows the communication of the zones/oc
opening to the keypad and the other events enable.
- Audio Volume: settings available : Mute, Low . Medium - High. “Mute” deactivates the audio of
the keypad for any communication (events and zones status).
Function RTC by use A500Plus
You can make on the keyboard any function usable with phone line (see chapter “Controls DTMF”)
 Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
Press (7) key
 Enter the DTMF commands used for the phone RTC
 Press (ESC) key repeatedly to exit
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Zone test
You can perform a manual test of the alarm zones to check that they are working properly.
Note: alarm zones are displayed based on the peripheral they belong to (controller, satellite and
keypad) and the physical terminal block they are connected to (e.g., M.BA 1 = Base Terminal
Block 1 or M.ES.5 = Expansion Terminal Block 5).
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Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
Press (1) key
 Press () repeatedly to the “Zones Walk Test” step
 Press (ENT)
 Press () to select the desired peripheral between “Control panel”, “Keypads”, “Satellite
address”
Press (ENT).
NOTE: YES = zone alarm or alarm memory / NO = not in alarm zone
(a) Press
() to display the next group of zones and/or (CLR) to exit
(b) For satellites, press (CLR) to change the number of satellites to be monitored.
(c) Press () () to select the zone to see and / or press (5) to activate and deactivate the
alarm memory zones
’Press (CLR) and (ESC) to exit
Test outputs
A manual test for all the alarm outputs can be performed to check correct operation or attract
attention whenever potentially dangerous situations occur.
 Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
Press (1) key
 Press () repeatedly to the “Test outputs” step
 Press (ENT)
 Press (ENT) to activate the test or (CLR) to cancel
All the alarm signals and the inside and outside sirens will be enabled for 3 seconds and
then automatically reset.
The auto-test of the system will also be executed.

Press (ESC) key repeatedly to exit
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Commands with HELP text
You can perform any operations allowed by your code using a “HELP Text” menu
 Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
Press (1) key
 Press () until the desired function and then press (ENT) to perform the function
 Press (ESC) key repeatedly to exit
Panic Message
A500/A500Plus:Press the (F1) followed by (F4)
Fire Message
A500/A500Plus:Press the (F2) followed by (F4)
Medical Message
A500/A500Plus:Press the (F3) followed by (F4)
Polling the memory events
The memory events of the control panel can be displayed at any moment. The events shown will
only be the reference ones.
 Digit User Code
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.




Press (MEM) The latest event will appear on the display, along with its date and hour.

To exit the procedure, press (ESC)
By pressing () key, all the other events will be displayed in reverse chronological order.
By pressing (CLR) again, the string for the zone in alarm is displayed..
By pressing the (CLR) key, further information on the telephone number that had a successful communication result can be obtained,
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Enable Installer
Enables the installer to program via keypad, direct connection via USB or a remote connection via
telephone line (with EN 50131 conformity active)
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Digit User Code:
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
 Press (1)
 Press () repeatedly to the “Enable install.”
 Press (ENT)
 Press (ESC) key repeatedly to exit
O.C. (Open Collector) enabling
The outputs enabled, that the control panel has got, can be manually controlled and adopted for
other uses. There are two ways to operate on the active outputs; for one of the systems it is
necessary to remind the number of the output to activate/de-activate; for the other system it is
necessary to look through the reference outputs
Example: a device can be enabled or disabled either by telephone or by keypad (see this chapter)
for general applications (heating, sprinkling, ventilation, automatisms, etc.)..

Digit User Code:
Note: if the user code is associated to multiple sectors and the “Skip sector selection” option is
not active, you will be asked to select the sector to work in.
 Press “output”
1° mode (a):
a
a
Enter the number corresponding to the output to be enabled
Press (ENT) key to confirm,
2° mode (b):
b
b
b
Look through the list of the active outputs until reaching the one you wish ()
Press (ENT) key to confirm,
Press (ESC) key repeatedly to exit
Activation of multi-function pushbuttons
A simple operation allows to activate the functions associated to pushbuttons “A - B”, at any
time, with no need of dialling User Code.
The function associated is determined by the installer during programming and is linked to the
keypad on which the operation is made.
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Dial the multi-function command (“A - B”) followed by (ENT)
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Remote Telephone Control of the system
The RTC (Remote Telephone Control) function, permits access to determined control panel
operations using a DTMF telephone connected to the telephone system or a mobile telephone.
How to call the system !
Dial the telephone number where the control panel is installed .
When the telephone has rung the number of time required, a synthesized voice will announce that
the User Code must be entered.
If an automatic answering machine is connected to the line, it can be by-passed by proceeding as follows:
a. Dial the telephone number and let the telephone ring once.
b. Hang up the receiver.
c. Dial the telephone number again at least 8 seconds later but no later than 20 seconds from the
telephone’s first ring.
d. A synthesized voice will announce that the User Code must be entered.
Dial the User Code slowly and a synthesized voice will announce whether the User Code has been
recognized or not.
Digit the sector if required
Now the various functions can be enabled, remembering to wait until the control panel’s
two-tone signal is heard before entering each command.
DTMF Controls
• [0] OFF ZONE: Press this key to by-pass the zone(s).
Example: to by-pass zone 2;
Press these keys in the following order [0] + [2] + [#]
• [1] SECTOR: to change sector if the user is enable to operate on all S.
• [2] MEM: to see the memory events
• [3] - [4] OFF TEL: this causes the forced interruption of the telephonic communication.
• [5] OFF: control panel switch off..
• [6] O.C.: permits the control of the Open Collector outputs.
Example: in order to enable OC output number 2, press these keys in the following order [6] + [2] + [#]
(equal to the disabling procedure). The use of various O.C. outputs is generic and must be determined during installation of the system.
• [7] TEST: information on the situation of the entire control panel.
• [9] ON: control panel switch on in ON mode.
• [#] ENTER: To push to confirm a data dialled on the keypad
• [à] STOP: To push to break a function (e.g. the list of the memory events)
Closing of a Communication
By use of pushbutton [3] (it activates only if “Comm. Break” is enabled in the User Profile)
it is possible to break the entire cycle of VOCAL calls pressing on pushbutton 3
By use of pushbutton [4] (always active) it is possible to break only the telephone calls addressed to the telephone numbers included in the profile, pressing on pusbutton [4] during.
RTC Activation after a Communication
After having received a call and having listened to the entire message, after the bi-tone, it is possible to press on pushbutton [7] in order to activate the RTC procedure and manage the system
as it is described in the chapter referring to the “Remote Telephone Control” (it activates only
if “enables RTC” is enabled in the profile). If “Comm. Break” is enabled in the profile, it also
makes the total block of the following vocal calls..
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Management of SMS on the way out
The control panel has the possibility of sending specific messages according to the events generated..
These messages can be both technical or alarm messages and/or of inputs restore.
Technical Messages: they are related to situations such as supplying anomalies, as battery and
are automatically dialled making use of a library of per-recorded messages.
Zone messages: are related to signalling of zone inputs for both alarm communication, restore and
exclusion.
The zone SMS are dialled by the sequence of 4 standard words to which a zone strip can be
added.
Management of incoming SMS
It is possible to ask the control panel the execution of commands from remote way, using sms
appropriately codified.
The same operations as for the vocal RTC connection can be required.
The incoming sms are executed only if:
• the calling telephone number is associated to a user
• the associated user is enabled to RTC with automatic validation according to telephone
number
• their syntax is correct
• require actions to which the user is enabled
More commands can be put in the end of the same message, provided that:
• the total length is not over 46 characters
• the commands are separated by #
• any command is preceded and followed by #
List of the Commands
Type
oc activation
oc deactivation
control panel arming
control panel disarming
zone exclusion
zone inclusion
sector state request
sectors state request
zone state request Referred to:
Open/Tamper/Excluded/Supervision
zones state request
output state request
outputs state request
system state request
Referred to: technical anomalies
confirm operations
calls block
Syntax
#act number_oc#
#deact number_oc#
#act [on|ho|zo|pe] sector#
#sp sector#
#excl number_zone#
#incl number_zone#
#state sector N#
#sectors state#
Example
#act 13#
#deact 13#
#arm ho 2#
#sp 2#
#excl 12#
#incl 12#
#state sector 2#
#sectors state#
#state zone N#
#state zone 2#
#zones state#
#state output N#
#outputs state#
#zones state#
#state output 5#
#outputs state#
#system state#
#system state#
#res#
#stop#
#res#
#stop#
- Example of CORRECT sequences: #excl 12#excl 15#arm on 2#zones state#
Nota: The exceeding space will be removed
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Command #answ# and the SMS of #state ... #
Only command #answ# and the SMS of #state ... # envision the sending of a reply message; the
others do not generate feedback (not even in case of error).
Command #answ#
The command #answ# sends, in one or more SMS, confirmation of the controlled operations; it can
be included anywhere inside the SMS.
Command #system state#
The command #system state# sends, in one or more SMS, also including:
- SIM CARD residue credit.
Section Zone - Exclusions - outputs
The “zones” and “exclusions” sections contain the number list of the relative zones (number
sequence separated by spaces).
An SMS is sent; every section is contained in only one SMS, but an SMS can contain more
sections.
Should the individual section have such a size to exceed the max limit envisioned, the message is
stopped and ended with suspension dots.
Example: #zone 1 2 23 open ...#
In this case, the exceeding parameters are not communicated.
Summary-Chart of multi-function pushbuttons
Description of the functions associated to multi-function pushbuttons
“A - B”
Function
A
( ______________________________________________________________ )
B
( ______________________________________________________________ )
Maintenance of the system
“Sys. Maintenance” is a message reminding to call the installer for ordinary maintenance
of the system.
Company:_________________________________________________
Address:_________________________________________________
Country:_________________________________________________
Town:_________________________________________________
Telephone:_________________________________________________
Cell phone:_________________________________________________
Date of installation:
_________________________________________________
Warranty:_________________________________________________
First intervention:
_________________________________________________
Second intervention:
_________________________________________________
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[email protected]
www.avselectronics.com
[email protected]
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