By-alarm 01700-01700.120
Installer Manual
By-alarm
01700-01700.120
24 zone control panel
Programming manual
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Introduction
General information…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 5
Section 1 - Programming the control unit using the keypad 01705
Guidelines for programming the control unit using the keypad…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 8
Primary menus
Primary menu diagram……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 10
Settings
Keypad activation……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Input expansion activation …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Output expansion activation ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Reader activation……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Digital telephone……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
GSM dialler…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Telephone 01706……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Direct connection to the computer…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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Clock settings
Control unit time and date………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 13
Input programming
Zone programming…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Zone type………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Number of zone unbalancings to cause an alarm…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Duration of switch alarm pulses………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Zone areas for different installations………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Area 1 - 8………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Zones associated to the areas active on arming ON - INT - PAR………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Keypads associated to the Areas…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Readers associated to the Areas…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Zone alarm options…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Memo zone alarm in events memory…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Memo zone restore in events memory………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Buzzer activated by zone alarm………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Double balance (alarm - tamper)………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Triple balance (alarm - tamper - masking)……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Alarm codes for multiple events………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Zone auxiliary options………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Buzzer sound for entry time…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Buzzer sound for exit time……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Chime function…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Door Function…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Ding Dong Function……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Which zone cannot be bypassed……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Zone as last exit door…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Tamper (anti-tamper) function programming………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Control unit tamper……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Keypad tamper…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Input expansion tamper………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Output expansion tamper……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Masking function programming……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Zone test function programming……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Radio option programming…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Transmitter programming……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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Output Programming
Relay 1 programming……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 29
Relay 2 programming……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 31
Output programming……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 31
ID Programming
Installer Code programming and functions………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Codes……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
User Code programming and functions……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Codes……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If the code is active……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Which area it is associated to…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Arming management…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If arming in ON - INT - PAR………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If switching off………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If blocking the scheduler…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If enabling overtime………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Auxiliary options………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If changing telephone number……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If changing code……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If changing date and time…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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If blocking outgoing calls…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If accessing the control unit events memory……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If blocking the keypad buzzer……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If enabling user remote connection with voice call………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If enabled for user remote connection via MyWeb………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If enabled for user remote connection with SMS………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If excluding zones in the control unit……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If enabling macros…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Access control system…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If blocked by scheduler……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If sending a telephone call…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If cancelling a panic alert…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
TAG Settings……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Acquisition - Delete - Check TAG…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If the TAG is enabled………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Which reader is associated to the ID……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Which output is active…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Which output is active with Emergency Code………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Code duration in days…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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Time Programming
Entry and exit times of delayed zones……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Buzzer duration in case of alarm……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Zone unbalancing acquisition time…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Warning time for arming from scheduler…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Warning cancellation timing…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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Control Programming
Arming function programming………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If the installer ID is active with the control unit on……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If self-test is active when arming the control unit……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If forced arming is active………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If fast arming is active…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If fast disarming is active………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If constant area vision is active on the keypad………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If the shared zone function is active…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If the tamper exclusion function is active with OFF ZONE…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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Programming functions on power supplies………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
No mains voltage delay………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Hour, minute and interval of the self-test call…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Day and month of system maintenance indication…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Text Programming…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Info Text…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Zone Texts………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
ID Texts…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Output Texts……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Keypad texts……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Input expansion texts…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Reader texts……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Output expansion texts………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Area Texts………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Macro Texts……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Network card address programming………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
TCP IP address…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Netmask………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Gateway…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
TCP port………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
LAN code ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Macro programming…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Setting the triggering event……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Setting the type of triggering event……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Setting the stop macro event…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Setting the stop macro type…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If the macro is stopped by the scheduler……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If the macro must have automatic restart……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Settable delay in seconds/minutes……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Memo macro activation in events memory…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Macro operation programming………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Operation 1 - 10 command………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Operation 1 - 10 Options…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Events memory view………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Software Version……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Restoring the control unit programming to default values………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Access control system………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If the reader leds must always be on…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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Scheduler
Time band programming……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Monday - Sunday………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Operation 1 - 16……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Hour - Minute………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Function type………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Auxiliary options……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Holiday period programming………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Holiday period start and end programming………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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Telephone
Phone number programming………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Numbers………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Send protocol…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Customer Code………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Zone alarm………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Zone restoring…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Call not OK attempts…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Stop call…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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Telephone parameter programming………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Wait for answer…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Pause between attempts………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Vocal message repetition………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Number of rings on PSTN for connection in Remote connection…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Number of rings on GSM for connection in Remote connection…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Skip voice mail settings………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If the SIM is rechargeable……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
If the number must be recognised……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Ring Back activation……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Events to be associated to telephone numbers…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Tamper alarm…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Sensor masking alarm…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Bypassed zone…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Area Arming - Disarming………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
No mains voltage………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
No battery………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Low battery……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Self-test…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
D.G Batch Events………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
User ID Entry……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Emergency User ID Entry………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Medical dispatch call…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Panic dispatch call……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Fire dispatch call………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
SIM not charged………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
SIM expiring……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Association to alarm type for each zone…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Vocal message recording…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Address message recording for each area…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Personalised word recording…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Password programming for interactive connection………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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Section 2 - Programming the control unit with By-Alarm Manager software
Procedure to enable settings with By-alarm Manager ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 67
System card ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 70
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Introduction
General information
All control unit functions can be programmed using a computer which has the By-alarm Manager software installed or using one of the keypads connected to the control unit.
The control unit has an RS 485 input for connection to the bus on devices such as keypads, input expansion modules, output expansion modules, radio interfaces and readers.
The devices can be connected either to the RS485 bus or in parallel to the same conductors, respecting the codes on the terminals of the control unit and of the devices
themselves, namely:
• + with +
• - with • A with A
• B with B
For 12 Vdc power supply 0.50 mm2 conductors must be used and for the A and B sensors, 0.22 mm2 conductors; the shield must be connected to the negative with regard
to the control unit.
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he keypads have a special anti-tampering button which is activated when the container is opened and when the keypad is removed from the wall.
• The bridge on the side of the button closing causes the full exclusion of the keypad protection
Changing the keypad address.
1) Press and release the RESET push button (PB1) on the keypad card on the right-hand side near the microprocessor (see photo below).
2) Press the ENT button for approx. 1 s.
3) The display will show the physical address of the keypad.
4) Press the ENT button to enter the menu.
5) Using the
and
buttons, select the desired address.
6) Press ESC twice to confirm the address and exit the menu.
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Programming the control unit using the keypad 01705
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Guidelines for programming the control unit using the keypad
Guidelines for programming the control unit using the keypad
1. With the power off, connect all devices (both those connected to the RS485 bus and those connected directly to the control unit).
2. The control unit is supplied pre-set to manage 6 zones as illustrated in chap. 3 of the installation manual.
If settings other than default are required, connect the 3k3 Ω resistors in the inputs for the unused devices in the control unit, and if the siren and relative tamper resistor have
not already been connected, connect the 3k3 Ω resistor directly between the T T terminals on the control unit.
N.B. When powering the system, if the resistors are not connected as described, the keypad will emit a tamper alarm and the procedure described in the control unit installation sheet must be followed (enter user ID to silence the alarm and enter installer ID to proceed with the settings).
3. Check that the jumpers required to exclude the control unit anti-tamper devices are present.
4. Power up the system.
5. Assign the relative ID address to each device connected to the RS485 bus (the assigning procedure can be done via the user interface or dip switch, as described in the
respective instruction sheets).
As illustrated in the installation manual, the ID assignment must always be sequential, starting with ID=1 for the first device, ID=2 for the second and so on for all devices of the
same category connected to the bus; two devices in the same category must always have different IDs (the radio frequency interfaces 01729 and input expansion modules
01709 and 01704 are devices in the same category and must therefore have a different ID while, for example, an input expansion module 01709, a reader 20478-1947814478 and an output expansion module 01710 may all have the same ID). If there is more than one keypad, select the one to be used for the settings, which will be assigned
ID=1; assign to the other keypads respectively ID=2, 3, etc.
6. Run the control unit self-learning procedure. This procedure can be done in two different ways (one alternative to the other):
Method 1 (from the control unit)
• Set dip switch 2 to ON and press the reset PB1 push button for at least 1 s.
• Once the control unit relays have completed a rapid switching sequence, place dip switch 2 to OFF and press the PB1 push button again.
The LED status of the device will indicate the correct outcome of the procedure (where present); for example, for radio frequency interface 01729:
- LED fixed on = BUS connection problem.
- LED flashing 1 s ON and 1 s OFF = device not programmed.
- LED flashing briefly every second = device programmed.
If the system has one or more radio frequency interfaces 01729 by default these are defined by the control unit as 8-channel interfaces; if you wish to use more than 8 channels you must eliminate the RADIO 8 interface and associate the respective ID to the RADIO 16 menu.
Mode 2 (from keypad)
Enter the Installer ID in the keypad chosen for the settings (default code 123456), and call up the menu SETTINGS – PROG. BUS 1 or 2 and for each device (reader, keypad,
etc.) specify how many are installed in the system, also indicating the respective ID.
For example, if there is an input expansion module with ID=1 and a radio frequency interface with ID=2 which has to manage 8 channels, proceed as follows:
- in the screen INP. EXP. 1-4 enter 1 and 2 to declare that the expansion modules on the bus (wired or radio) with ID 1 and 2.
- in the screen RADIO 8 (1-4) enter 2 to declare that the module with ID=2 is a radio frequency interface with 8 inputs.
Note: having received its own ID, the input expansion module 01709 automatically occupies 4 zones in the system however many devices will actually be connected and,
in the same way, the radio frequency interface will also occupy 8 or 16 according to what defined in the specific menu. It is very important to remember which zones are
occupied by the associated devices as, in the subsequent settings phases, it must be clear which one belongs to every device connected to the input expansion modules or
remote control interfaces; this must be compared with the maximum number of free zones available on the control unit in order to avoid associating additional devices which
will not trigger any alarm as they are not managed.
7. Following the instructions given in the radio frequency device instruction sheet, set the relative parameters (use of auxiliary inputs, radio range, etc.)
8. As described in the instructions for interface 01729 and other radio frequency devices, enter the settings paying attention to the fact that a device associated to the management of auxiliary inputs on separate channels will occupy two or three zones: one for the device and one for each auxiliary input. For tidy programming, note the settings
considering that the first radio frequency device programmed will occupy the first zone associated to the interface 01729 and which, if its auxiliary input is programmed immediately afterwards, it will be associated to the subsequent alarm zone and so on.
Note: In the default settings, all the information on the reed/pyroelectric parameters and auxiliary inputs are managed on a single channel; with this setting, information on the
unbalanced zone will be sent to interface 01729 if one of the inputs on the radio frequency device is "unbalanced".
By appropriately programming detectors 01727 and 01728 it is possible to assign a separate radio channel to each input (programming done on the device); in this
case, it is also necessary to correctly associate the radio channels with separate zones to the interface 01729 (for example three radio channels on the detector 01727
are associated to three different zones).
9. Define the behaviour of the various zones in the SETTINGS-INPUTS-ZONE.PROG. menu (value=50 indicates a disabled zone) associating them to the required areas and
setting their functions (delays, etc.).
10. Define the Areas.
11. For each Area, define the associated zones belonging to the entry methods ON, INT and PAR.
12. Define the behaviour of Relay 1 to which the sirens are connected and that concerning any use of Relay 2.
13. Creation of user IDs and definition of the Areas and functions which can be associated to each code.
By default, user 1 is active on Area 1 with basic permissions (user ID 111111); the following procedure is used to create other users:
- enable the user;
- set the numerical code (which must be different from the default code);
- enter the user settings (assignment of permissions, etc.);
- associate a transponder key to the user if required.
14. Programme the transponder keys and radio frequency remote controls.
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Guidelines for programming the control unit using the keypad
15. Associate the Areas and required functions to the transponder key and the remote control push buttons.
Notes:
• Each transponder key can be associated to a single user and therefore the relative permissions correspond to the user permissions. The procedure is as follows:
- acquire the tag (then associated to a specific user);
- indicate the settings for the reader on which the tag is enabled in the specific menu.
• As concerns the remote controls, simply associate the required function and entry area to each button.
16. Associate any keypad alarm signal (buzzer) to the required zones; it is possible to define the zones for which, in the event of an alarm, the keypad gives off an acoustic signal,
also setting the duration.
17. In outdoor sirens, set the acoustic signal duration in the event of an alarm (these are armed/disarmed by Relay 1 but in particular situations like a control unit failure or total
blackout of the system with flat batteries they can in turn ring for a set time).
18. If present, programme the GSM transmitter/receiver module 01706. In practice the device must be armed, the phone numbers entered, the user permissions correctly paired
and all programming required to manage the telephone part in the desired manner completed (SMS or voice).
19. If present, programme the voice synthesis module 01713 and record any vocal messages.
20. Having completed the programming, check the connections on the detectors connected to the control unit inputs, restore the anti-tamper devices via the jumpers, check
the siren connections and finally check the balancing on the sirens and devices with any resistors for double or triple balancing.
21. The new “map” of the bus devices can be downloaded to the PC using the By-alarm Manager software; before importing, enable the connection to the PC via the keypad:
- select the Settings e menu and press ENT.
- scroll through the menu as far as PC <--> Control unit and press ENT.
- press CLR to view YES.
- press ESC to exit the menu.
Finally, from the PC, run Connect -> Receive Programming and the programmed bus devices will be viewed in the specific menus.
Note: When programming with the By-alarm Manager software downloaded to the control unit, from the keypad you can view the features of the whole system (devices on
the bus, zone settings, association to areas, etc.).
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Primary Menu diagram
Primary Menu diagram
All control unit functions are programmed in 9 primary menus identifying as many function categories.
• The first control unit programming is done via the keypad which is assigned ID=1; therefore, if more than one keypad is installed in the system, the code allowing access
to the programming must be entered on the keypad with ID=1.
• The control unit is programmed by entering the Installer code on the keypad; by default this is 123456.
Menu navigation
• Use the navigation buttons ESC, ON, INT and PAR to surf through the Programming Menus:
• The ENT button confirms the data, CLR (clear) cancels it and ESC is used to exit the menu.
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Installer ID
• The default code is programmed with the value: 123456
Installer ID
Settings
Settings
• System composition - page 11
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Clock settings
Clock settings
• Setting the date and time - page 13
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Inputs
Inputs
• Input programming - page 14
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Outputs
Outputs
• Output programming - page 29
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Codes
Codes
• Activation code programming - page 35
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Times
Times
• Time programming - page 41
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Controls
Controls
• Additional parameter programming - page 43
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Scheduler
Scheduler
• Scheduler functions - page 57
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Telephone
Telephone
• Telephone connection functions - page 59
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System test
SYSTEM TEST
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System diagnostics function - page 65
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Programming the control unit devices
1. Programming the control unit devices
Settings
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1. In Settings you set the composition of the system and the number of installed devices. Having manually assigned
the addresses to the devices connected to the RS485 bus, run the self-learning procedure from the control unit and then
enter the menu to define the device categories.
• In the Settings menu press ENT to enter the settings.
progr. BUS
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1.1 In BUS programming you can programme all the devices connected to the RS485 bus, specifying for each one the
respective ID addresses assigned previously.
1.1.1 Keypads 01705 installed.
Keypads 1 - 4
• Enter number 1-2-3-4 relative to the installed keypads; the indicator will come on to confirm correct programming. To
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deselect the keypad repeat the same operation.
1.1.2 Input expansion modules 01709 and radio frequency interfaces 01729 installed. In this menu enter both
the IDs of the input expansion modules and those of the radio frequency interfaces (if some of the IDs
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assigned are not entered the control unit will not detect any alarms signalled by the associated device.
• Press number 1-2-3-4 for the installed devices; the indicator will come on to confirm the correct programming. To
deselect the device repeat the same operation.
inp. exp. 1 - 4
1.1.3
DETT. 01704 (1 - 4)
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In DETT.01704 (1-4) defines the input expansions 01704. It is necessary to indicate the ID of any existing input expansions 01704 (each one will occupy 8 alarm zones).
• Press the number 1-2-3-4 for the installed expansions; the indicator will switch on to confirm the pro¬programming
is correct. To deselect the module the same operation must be performed.
1.1.4
In radio 8 (1-4) you define which are the radio frequency interfaces with 8 channels. Indicate the ID of any 8-channel
interface present (each one will occupy 8 alarm zones).
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• Press number 1-2-3-4 for the installed radio interfaces; the indicator will come on to confirm the correct programming.
To deselect the module repeat the same operation.
Radio 8 (1-4)
Radio 16 (1-4)
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1.1.5
In radio 16 (1-4) you define which are the radio frequency interfaces with 16 channels. Indicate the ID of any 16-channel interface present (each one will occupy 16 alarm zones). If there is a 16 channel radio frequency interface no other
interfaces or input expansion modules can be set as the maximum number of zones supported by the control unit has
been reached.
• Press number 1-2-3-4 for the installed radio interfaces; the indicator will come on to confirm the correct programming.
To deselect the module repeat the same operation.
IMPORTANT: The keypad is used to set up to 32 radio frequency channels; of these channels, those exceeding the
maximum number set on the radio frequency interface (i.e. more than 8 or 16 depending on the layout) are ignored by
the system.
1.1.6
Output expansion modules 01710 installed.
out. exp. 1 - 6
• Press number 1-2-3-4-5-6 for the installed expansions; the indicator will come on to confirm the correct programming.
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To deselect the module repeat the same operation.
1.1.7 Readers 20478-19478-14478 installed.
READERS 1 - 4
• Write the number 1-2-3-4 for the readers installed; the indicator will come on to confirm the correct programming. To
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deselect the reader repeat the same operation.
-T
he reader is identified with the address given (see indications given in the control unit or reader installation manual).
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the previous level of the RS 485 BUS
to go back
programming menu.
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Programming the control unit devices
progr. BUS
 ENT
From the progr. BUS menu press the down arrow PAR| to access the programming procedures for the other control unit devices.
1.2
Select YES if the PSTN LINE circuit in the control unit for connecting to the PSTN analogue phone line must be enabled.
PSTN line
• Press CLR to edit the settings.
YES
1.3
Select the GSM company interface 01706 to be enabled (set the number of GSM modules present).
GSM module
• Press CLR to edit the settings.
0
(MAX 4)
• Programme the telephone company of the SIM inserted in the GSM module.
• Write the company number directly, consulting the following table:
Prog.
Function type
0
NO GSM
1
TIM
2
VODAFONE
3
WIND
Phone company
No company selected.
TIM mobile phone company.
VODAFONE mobile phone company.
WIND mobile phone company.
Select NO if you wish to do the programming from the keypad
PC <--> Control unit 1.4
• Press CLR to change the settings.
NO
Select YES if you want a direct connection between a PC <--> Control unit .
• Press CLR to edit the settings.
-T
he connection between the PC and the control unit must be done via the interface art. 01725.
- F or interactive connection between the control units and the PC install and programme the By-alarm Manager software.
- F or the installation and recording procedures, follow the indications given in the By-alarm Manager software manual.
Select NO if you wish to do the programming from the keypad
• Press CLR to edit the settings.
Select NO if you do not want the system to comply with the indicated standard.
CONFORMEN50131 1.5
NO
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the previous level of the Settings menu.
Settings
 ENT
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From the Settings menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the control unit clock settings menu.
By-alarm
Clock settings
2. Internal clock settings
2. In Clock settings you can programme the time and date of the control unit clock.
Clock settings
• From the Clock Settings menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
Time
08
2.1 Setting the current Time .
• Enter the time directly.
2.2 Setting the current Minute.
• Enter the minutes directly.
2.3 Setting the current Day.
• Enter the day directly.
2.4 Setting the current MONTH.
• Enter the month directly.
2.5 Setting the current Year .
• Enter the year directly.
(max. 23)
Minute
12
(max. 59)
Day
5
(max. 31)
month
5
(max. 12)
year
3
(max. 99)
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the previous level of the Clock Settings menu.
Clock settings
 ENT
From the Clock Settings menu use the down arrow PAR| to view the control unit inputs programming menu.
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3. Input programming
3. In inputs set all the control unit input parameters.
Inputs
• From the inputs menu press ENT to enter the first zone programming menu.
 ENT
3.1
From the zone programming menu press ENT to enter the programming modes for each zone.
Prog. zone
 ENT
3.1.1 Select the zone number to be programmed.
Num. Zone:
1
• Write the number of the zone to be programmed.
(MAX 24)
3.1.2 Select the type of zone associating it to the operating mode.
Zone type:
• Write the number of the required mode by consulting the table below.
0
(MAX 53)
Progr.
Zone type
Description
0
Instantaneous
With the control unit on, an alarm is generated as soon as the zone is unbalanced.
1
Instantaneous with
automatic exclusion
If when entering the group the input is unbalanced, the zone is automatically excluded
and the event is stored in the events log.
It is re-included automatically when the control unit is turned off.
Note: if used the IMQ type-approval expires.
Timed 1 -2
When the control unit is turned on the exit time 1 - 2 is activated.
At the end of this time, a subsequent line unbalancing will enable the re-entry time 1 - 2.
At the end of the re-entry time, if the control unit is not turned off an alarm sequence is
enabled.
4
Timed with automatic
exclusion/re-inclusion
The zone becomes active after a programmable “exit” time, allowing you to leave having
inserted the group; if at the end of this time the zone is unbalanced it is automatically
excluded. It will be re-included after the next re-balancing. The zone generates an alarm
after a programmable delay calculated from the time in which the entry is unbalanced;
during this delay it is possible to disconnect the group without generating alarms.
Note: if used the IMQ type-approval expires.
5
Timed conditioned
instantaneous
Instantaneous line which is automatically excluded during the exit and re-entry time of a
timed line 1 or 2.
6
24 hours
Line always active, its unbalancing causes an alarm even if the control unit is turned off.
Note: to maintain IMQ type-approval: if this mode is used with the anti-theft function, the
zones must be associated to all phone numbers.
7
Anti-Tampering
Additional anti-tampering line; cannot be excluded with "OFF ZONE" operation from
keypad and when unbalanced it causes an anti-tampering alarm even when the control
unit is turned off.
On
ON/INT/PAR
Remote ON line in mode ON, INT, PAR. When unbalanced it causes the control unit to
come on in one of the possible modes.
2-3
8 - 9 - 10
11 - 18
Suspension Area 1-8
19
Panic reset delayed
If the zone is unbalanced, it cancels the anti-coercion procedure.
20 - 29
Start macro 1-10
If the zone is unbalanced, the associated macro is activated.
30 - 39
Stop macro 1-10
If the zone is unbalanced, the associated macro is locked.
40 - 49
Reset Macro 1 - 10
If the zone is unbalanced, the associated macro is reset.
50
Not used
51
Sensor fault
If the zone is unbalanced a Sensor fault signal is generated (EN-50131).
52
Anti-theft device fault
If the zone is unbalanced an Anti-theft device fault signal is generated (EN-50131).
53
Siren fault
If the zone is unbalanced a Siren fault signal is generated (EN-50131). To be used in the
input to which the LV output of the siren 01715 is connected.
The area suspension is an operating mode which can be used to interrupt the scheduler cycle arming and disarming. After the
suspension the control unit goes to the state set in the programming for the current time band.
Important: Panic, theft, tampering events must be associated to at least the first phone number.
This guarantees that in the event of more than one event at the same time panic, theft and tampering are transmitted as a priority.
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Input programming
3.1.3 This is the number of zone unbalancings required to trigger the control unit alarm.
Zone unbalancing
• Write the number or required unbalancings.
1
(max. 10)
Note: the pulse count only applies to the alarm signal and not to tampering and/or masking that are signalled with the
first pulse.
CAUTION: This function cannot be used to connect inert sensors or sensors for roll-up shutters at the inputs
from L1 to L8 of the control unit as these detect unbalancings with a time greater than 120 ms and which cannot be calibrated.
dur. of switch alarm 8
(1=2ms)
3.1.4 This is the duration of a single unbalancing for it to be considered valid.
The acquisition times are shown in the following tables:
Prog.
Description
Prog.
Description
Prog.
Description
0
1 ms
5
40 ms
10
600 ms
1
2 ms
6
80 ms
11
1s
2
5 ms
7
120 ms
12
2s
3
10 ms
8
160 ms
13
4s
4
20 ms
9
200 ms
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the previous level of the Zone Programming
to go back
menu.
Prog. zone
 ENT
From the Zone Programming menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Area Settings menu.
3.2
In AREAS you programme all the settings for the possible control unit partitions.
areas
• From the AREAS menu press ENT to enter the first Zone Programming menu.
 ENT
3.2.1
Partition Area refers to the possibility to group zones to obtain different systems with a single control unit.
area 1
 ENT
area 2
 ENT
• From the area 1 to the area 8 menu press ENT to enter the Programming menu for the 8 possible areas.
- The control unit has 8 Areas and for each one must be programmed or associated to the required functions. If you do
not need to use more than one area, simply do not associate any function to the areas from 2 to 8.
- The arming methods are used to customise the safety system operation; the control unit 01700 has 3 arming modes
which are identified with as many push buttons on the keypad: ON (total arming), INT (internal arming) and PAR (partialised arming). Every area can therefore be independently placed in armed state using one of the 3 different modes
at a time.
area 7
 ENT
- If the same zone is associated to 2 or more different areas for the same arming mode, a shared zone is obtained; the
shared zone will be active only when all the associated areas are in the ON state; this automation makes programming easier when there are several systems with a shared entrance. Obviously, there may be more than one shared
zone.
area 8
 ENT
Active in ON
 ENT
3.2.1.1
In active in on you programme the zones associated to the arming in ON mode.
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
3.2.1.1.1
Select which zone will be active in on when the Area is armed in ON mode.
• Write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the zones to be associated.
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Zones 1 - 8
Zones 17 - 24
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
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to go back
Active in ON
 ENT
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Active in ON menu.
From active in ON use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Zone Activation Menu in INTernal.
Active in INT
 ENT
3.2.1.2
In active in on you programme the zones associated to the arming in ON mode.
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
Zones 1 - 8
3.2.1.2.1
Select which zone will be active in int when the Area is armed in INT mode.
• Write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the zones to be associated.
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
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• To remove the association write the required number.
Zones 17 - 24
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to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Active in INT menu.
Active in INT
 ENT
From active in int use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Zone Activation menu in PARtialised
Active in PAR
 ENT
3.2.1.3
In active in par you programme the zones associated to arming in PAR mode.
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
Zones 1 - 8
3.2.1.3.1
Select which zone will be active in int when the Area will be armed in PAR mode.
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• Write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the zones to be associated.
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
Zones 17 - 24
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to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Active in PAR menu.
Active in PAR
 ENT
From active in par use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Keypad Association menu.
keypads 1 - 4
 ENT
3.2.1.4
In keypads 1 - 4 programme the association between the chosen Area and the installed keypads.
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
3.2.1.4.1
Select which keypad 1 - 4 will be associated to the chosen Area.
keypads 1 - 4
• Write the number 1-2-3-4 for the keypads which must be associated.
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• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Keypads menu.
Keypads 1 - 4
 ENT
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From keypads 1 - 4 use the down arrow PAR| to go to the readers programming menu.
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Input programming
readers 1 - 4
 ENT
3.2.1.5
In readers 1 - 4 programme the association between the chosen Area and the installed readers.
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
3.2.1.5.1
Select which readers 1 - 4 reader will be associated to the chosen Area.
readers 1 - 4
• Write the number 1-2-3-4 for the reader to be associated.
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• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the reader programming menu
to go back
level.
readers 1 - 4
 ENT
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Area Programming menu level.
Area 1
 ENT
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Area Programming menu level.
areas
 ENT
From area 02 use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Alarm Options Settings menu.
3.3
In alarm options you programme all the function to be associated to the control unit alarm state.
Alarm options
• From the alarm options menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
3.3.1
In memo alarm make the events memory record the alarm.
Alarm memory
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
3.3.1.1 Select which ZONE 1 - 8 must record the alarm in the control unit events memory.
Zones 1 - 8
• Write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the zones to be associated.
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• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
Zones 17 - 24
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to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Alarm Memo Menu.
Alarm memory
 ENT
From memo alarm use the down arrow PAR| to view the Reset Memo Menu.
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Reset memory
3.3.2 In reset memo make the events memory record the alarm reset.
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
3.3.2.1
Select which zone must record the alarm reset in the control unit events memory.
Zones 1 - 8
• Write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the zones to be associated.
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• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
Zones 17 - 24
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Events Memory: • the control unit has a memory used to record all the fault, arming and disarming events with date and
time, the codes entered and alarm and zone reset states, if the function described above is selected
in programming; there are 500 recorded events which are automatically updated, deleting the oldest
ones.
• the events in the memory can be consulted directly by the user and will be shown on the control
keypad in the following form:
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Memo Alarm Reset menu.
Reset memory
  ENT
From memo reset use the down arrow PAR| to view the Buzzer Activation menu.
3.3.3 In buzzer active you programme which of the programmed zones will activate the keypad buzzer in the event of an alarm.
activate buzzer
To set the buzzer length see chap. 6 of this manual.
 ENT
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
3.3.3.1
Select which zone must activate the buzzer on the keypad in the event of an alarm.
Zones 1 - 8
• Write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the zones to be associated.
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• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
Zones 17 - 24
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to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Keypad buzzer activation menu.
activate buzzer
 ENT
From buzzer active use the down arrow PAR| to view the Double Balancing menu.
double eol
3.3.4 In double eol you programme the zones with double balancing.
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
3.3.4.1
Select which zone must be programmed for double balancing.
Zones 1 - 8
• Write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the zones to be associated.
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• The zones not associated to double balancing will automatically be programmed for single balancing.
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
Zones 17 - 24
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to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Double Balancing menu
By-alarm
Input programming
double eol
 ENT
From double eol use the down arrow PAR| to view the Triple Balancing menu.
3.3.5 In triple eol you programme the zones with triple balancing.
triple eol
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
3.3.5.1
Select which zone must be programmed for triple balancing.
• Write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the zones to be associated.
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Zones 1 - 8
• To be associated to triple balancing, the zones must also be associated to double balancing.
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
Zones 17 - 24
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to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Triple Balancing menu.
triple eol
 ENT
From triple eol use the down arrow PAR| to view the Alarm Coding menu.
Alarm coding
3
(max. 10)
3.3.6 In alarm coding with a number greater than zero, you enable the multiple alarm control function.
• Write the number of alarms required to activate the Alarm Coding function.
- After the programmed number of alarms in the same zone, the alarm relay will no longer be activated, the events
memory records the zone bypassed and the sum of the events and a single phone call will be made notifying the
zone bypassed.
- The counter reset and re-inclusion of the zone will occur when disarming the control unit or if an alarm is triggered in
another zone.
- All zones programmed with 24 hour type and tamper functions are excluded automatically from the alarm coding.
- Enter zero to completely disable the function.
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Alarm Options menu.
Alarm options
 ENT
From alarm options use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Auxiliary Options menu.
3.4
In Auxiliary options you programme the auxiliary parameters for the zones.
Auxiliary options
• From the auxiliary options menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
3.4.1
In buzzer in you programme which zones programmed with timer must make the keypad buzzer ring.
Buzzer in
• From the buzzer in press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
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Zones 1 - 8
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3.4.1.1
Which zone must activate the buzzer in on the keypads to indicate the entry time of a timed zone.
• For each zone group, write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the input lines that must activate the buzzer.
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
- The function can be left active for all zones as only the timed zones will make the keypad buzzer ring.
Zones 17 - 24
————————
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Buzzer IN menu.
Buzzer in
 ENT
From the buzzer in menu use the down arrow PAR| to view the Buzzer OUT menu.
3.4.2
In buzzer out you programme which zones programmed with timer must make the keypad buzzer ring.
Buzzer out
• From the buzzer out menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
Zones 1 - 8
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3.4.2.1
Which zone must activate the buzzer out on the keypads to indicate the exit time of a timed zone.
• For each zone group, write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the input lines that must activate the buzzer.
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
- The function can be left active for all zones as only the timed zones will make the keypad buzzer ring.
Zones 17 - 24
————————
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Buzzer OUT menu.
Buzzer out
 ENT
From the buzzer out menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Chime menu.
he chime is a function that makes the keypad buzzer ring when, with the system disarmed, the zone is unbalanced. The sound is
T
continuous and you must enter a User ID to silence it.
3.4.3
In chime you programme which zones will activate the Chime function.
chime
• From the chime menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
Zones 1 - 8
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3.4.3.1 • For each zone group, write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the input lines that must activate the buzzer.
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
Zones 17 - 24
————————
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Chime menu level.
chime
 ENT
From the chime use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Door menu.
3.4.4
In door you programme which zones activate the Chime function.
door
• From the door menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
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Zones 1 - 8
3.4.4.1
The door is a function that makes the keypad buzzer ring when, with the system disarmed, the zone is
unbalanced.
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Zones 17 - 24
The sound is continuous and you must enter a User ID to silence it.
• For each zone group, write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the input lines that must activate the buzzer.
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
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to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Door menu level.
door
 ENT
From the door use the down arrow PAR| to view the Ding Dong menu.
3.4.5
In door you programme which zones activate the Chime function.
Ding dong
• From the door menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
Zones 1 - 8
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3.4.5.1
The Ding Dong is a function that makes the keypad buzzer ring for two seconds when, with the system
disarmed, the zone is unbalanced.
Zones 17 - 24
The sound will be automatically interrupted even if the zone stays unbalanced.
• For each zone group, write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the input lines that must activate the buzzer.
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
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to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Ding Dong menu.
Ding dong
 ENT
From the ding dong use the down arrow PAR| to view the Zone not Bypassable menu.
3.4.6
In Zone not Bypassable you programme the zones that cannot be bypassed.
Zone not bypassable
• From the Zone not Bypassable menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
3.4.6.1By selecting the Zone not Bypassable the zone can never be bypassed, even by the User.
Zones 1 - 8
• For each zone group, write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the input lines which cannot be bypassed.
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• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
- The zones programmed in Tamper mode can in any case never be bypassed.
Zones 17 - 24
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to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Zone not Bypassable level.
Zone not bypassable
 ENT
From the Zone not Bypassable use the down arrow PAR| to view the Zones programmed for pre-alarm menu
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3.4.7
In pre-alarm you programme the zones with Coercion function.
pre-alarm
• From the pre-alarm menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
3.4.7.1
The unbalancing of the zone associated to the PRE-ALARM function triggers a silent alarm which consequently
sends programmed telephone calls.
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• For each zone group, write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the input lines that must activate the phone calls.
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
- The coercion zone may be any line in the control unit whatever mode it is programmed in.
- The Coercion procedure can only be stopped by unbalancing a zone programmed with the Delayed Panic
Zones 17 - 24
Reset function.
Zones 1 - 8
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to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Coercion Menu level.
PRE-ALARM
 ENT
From the PRE-ALARM use the down arrow PAR| to view the Menu of the Zones programmed as Final Door.
Final Door
 ENT
3.4.8
In final door you programme the zones to be considered as the last exit. In practice it is a zone that interrupts the
timer (exit time) when it is balanced again (this application is useful for entrance doors, doors onto corridors, etc.).
• From the final door menu press ENT to enter the settings.
3.4.8.1
The zone associated to the final door function immediately stops the exist time of a timed line when this is
re-balanced.
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• For all zones, write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the input lines considered “last exit”.
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
- The function must necessarily be associated to a zone programmed in Timed mode (see page 5).
- This is a typical function for an entrance door when it is closed after having switched the system on, it imZones 17 - 24
mediately stops the exit time.
Zones 1 - 8
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to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Final Door menu level.
Final Door
 ENT
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Auxiliary Options menu level.
Auxiliary options
 ENT
From auxiliary options use the down arrow PAR| Anti-tamper settings menu.
3.5
By Tamper we refer to all anti-tamper functions of the system of any kind, although they all follow the same programmed
Tamper
procedure.
 ENT
• From each Tamper menu press ENT to enter the settings.
Control unit tamper
 ENT
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• Tamper control unit : there are two types, but both are identified in the same way.
Dedicated control unit anti-tamper line; in the terminal block, identified by codes TT.
Buttons protecting the control unit container from being opened or pulled off the wall.
By-alarm
Input programming
Keypad tamper
 ENT
• Keypad Tamper : this is the anti-tamper function protecting the keypad from being opened or pulled off the wall, or having
the connecting cables cut.
INP. EXP. Tamper
• INP. EXP. Tamper : is the anti-tamper device coming from the tamper input and input expansion module 01709 communica ENT
tion input.
OUT. EXP. Tamper
• Out. Exp. Tamper : is the anti-tamper device coming from the tamper input and output expansion module 01710 communi ENT
cation input.
3.5.1
A YES enables the activation of relay 1 general alarm.
Activate relay 1
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
3.5.2
A YES enables the activation of relay 2 .
Activate relay 2
YES
• Press CLR to change the settings.
- The use of this condition: Relay 2 active NO annuls the IMQ type-approval.
3.5.3
A YES enables the activation of the keypad buzzer.
Activate buzzer
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
3.5.4
A YES programmes the control unit to record the alarm in the control unit events memory.
Alarm memory
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
3.5.5
A YES programmes the control unit to record the alarm reset in the control unit events memory.
Reset memory
• Press CLR to change the settings.
NO
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Tamper menu level.
Tamper
 ENT
From tamper use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Masking settings menu.
3.6
In masking the control unit is programmed for detecting a masking state alarm in the sensors (see Triple Balancing).
masking
• From the masking menu press ENT to enter the first associated function.
 ENT
3.6.1 A YES enables the activation of relay 1 general alarm.
Activate relay 1
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
3.6.2 A YES enables the activation of relay 2 .
Activate relay 2
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
3.6.3 A YES enables the activation of the keypad buzzer.
Activate buzzer
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
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3.6.4 A YES programmes the control unit to record the alarm in the control unit events memory.
Alarm memory
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
3.6.5 A YES programmes the control unit to record the reset in the control unit events memory.
Reset memory
• Press CLR to change the settings.
NO
3.6.6 The type of masking used by the sensor is defined.
Type of masking
• The masking alarm output can be activated in two different ways, depending on the construction characteristics of the
In state
sensor; you must therefore consult the sensor manual to identify the operating mode.
- In state
: the output is active and remains in this state for the whole time during which the sensor reads the masking; it is reset automatically when the causes of the masking are removed.
- Pulse: the output is active when it reads the sensor masking and after a few seconds it is reset automatically even if
the causes persist (pulse function). This is also valid for the sensor anti-masking flashing mode.
3.6.7
A YES makes the sensor masking state reading active also from the control unit in armed mode.
ACTIVE ON
NO
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Masking menu level.
Masking
 ENT
From the Masking menu use the down arrow PAR| to view the Zone Test menu.
3.7
The zone test is a function used to control the alarm cycle on certain zones, limiting its functions (see points 3.7.2 to 3.7.5). It
Zone test
is possible to set a time interval in which these zones will not activate the signalling devices in order to monitor whether they are
 ENT
subject to false alarms.
• From the zone test menu press ENT to enter the first programming menu.
3.7.1
In test zone you programme the zones that will be conditioned by the test functions.
Test zone
• From the test zone menu press ENT to enter the first associated function.
 ENT
Zones 1 - 8
————————
Zones 17 - 24
3.7.1.1
For which zone from 1 to 8 the test function must be activated.
• For each zone group, write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the input lines that will be put in test state.
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
————————
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Test Zone menu level.
Test zone
YES
From the test zone menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the test function programming menu.
Activate relay 1
YES
3.7.2
Programming a NO, an alarm state caused by the zone to which the test function is associated will not cause the activation of the relay 1 general alarm.
• Press CLR to change the settings.
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3.7.3
Programming a NO, an alarm state caused by the zone to which the test function is associated will not cause the acti-
3.7.4
Programming a NO, an alarm state caused by the zone to which the test function is associated will not cause the acti-
3.7.5
Programming a NO, an alarm state caused by the zone to which the test function is associated will not cause the acti-
3.7.6
Programming a NO, an alarm state caused by the zone to which the test function was associated will not activate the
Activate relay 2
vation of the relay 2 .
YES
• Press CLR to change the settings.
Activate output
vation of the output/s.
YES
• Press CLR to change the settings.
Activate buzzer
vation of the buzzer.
YES
• Press CLR to change the settings.
Telephone com.
phone communications.
YES
• Press CLR to change the settings.
3.7.7
In zone test duration you set the test duration in days.
Duration of zone test
• Write the number of days of the zone test period directly.
0 (0÷ 255)
- The test period starts from the time you exit the programming.
- After the test period, the zones return to programmed operation, ignoring the test settings.
- Important: - The test settings remain programmed in the control unit, even if the test period has expired, and in fact
do not condition the control unit operation in any way.
- If however you enter or exit the programming, even without editing any of the settings, the zone test
period will be represented.
- This is to be able to activate the function from Installer Remote Phone Connection; in this way the
sensors can be controlled from critical calibration and in difficult environmental positions, putting the
device in test mode without having to go directly on site.
- With a value of 0 the zones are constantly being tested and their operation depends on the test configurations.
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Zone Test menu level.
Zone test
 ENT
From the zone test menu use the down arrow PAR| to view the Radio Options menu.
3.8
In radio options you programme the functions associated to the module 01729.
radio options
 ENT
supervision
 ENT
3.8.1
The supervision is the control the radio receiver has over the receivers; if it does not read a survival signal the programmed functions are activated.
3.8.1.1 A YES enables the activation of relay 1 general alarm.
Activate relay 1
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
3.8.1.2 A YES enables the activation of relay 2 .
Activate relay 2
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
3.8.1.3 A YES enables the activation of the keypad buzzer.
Activate buzzer
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
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3.8.1.4 A YES programmes the control unit to record the alarm in the control unit events memory.
alarm memory
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
3.8.1.5A YES programmes the control unit to record the alarm reset in the control unit events memory.
reset memory
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Supervision menu.
supervision
 ENT
From the supervision menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Radio Device Battery management menu.
BATT. LOW RF
 ENT
3.8.2In BATT. LOW RF programmes the functions associated to the radio frequency detector 01727 and 01728 flat battery
signal.
3.8.2.1 A YES enables the activation of relay 1 general alarm.
Activate relay 1
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
3.8.2.2 A YES enables the activation of relay 2 .
Activate relay 2
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
3.8.2.3 A YES enables the activation of the keypad buzzer.
Activate buzzer
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
3.8.2.4A YES programmes the control unit to record the alarm in the control unit events memory. This is used to
Memo alarm
view even the detail of the zone the device belongs to.
YES
• Press CLR to change the settings.
3.8.2.5A YES programmes the control unit to record the alarm reset in the control unit events memory.
reset memory
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
to go backAs there are no more parameters to configure, press ESC| to return to the radio device battery managing menu.
transmitter battery
 ENT
From the transmitter battery menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Transmitters management menu.
transmitters
3.8.3
In transmitters you programme the functions associated to the 4 push buttons on the 8 possible Transmitters.
 ENT
transmitters 1
(max 8)
3.8.3.1
For the transmitters 1 you programme the function associated to the 4 push buttons on the 8 possible
Transmitters.
Enter the number of the transmitter for which you wish to associate the various functions to the respective push buttons (from
1 to 8).
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Input programming
push button 1
 ENT
3.8.3.1.1
For button 1 , button 2, button 3 and button 4 you have to associate the type of function
which must be completed with auxiliary data; having selected the required button (1-4) press ENT
to view the options Type and Auxiliaries which have the following functions:
Progr.
push button 4
 ENT
type
O
( max. 20)
auxiliaries
O
( max. 50)
Options
Function description
0
0
1
1-8
No function
Area ON mode on [1 - 8]
2
1-8
Area INTERNAL mode on [1 - 8]
3
1-8
Area PARTIALISED mode on [1 - 8]
4
1-8
Area off [1 - 8]
5
1 - 24
Exclude zone [1 - 24]
6
1 - 24
Re-include zone [1 - 24]
7
1 - 24
Activate output [1 - 24]
8
1 - 24
Deactivate output [1 - 24]
9
1 - 20
Start Macro [1 - 20]
10
1 - 20
Stop Macro [1 - 20]
11
1 - 20
Reset Macro [1 - 20]
12
1 - 20
Enable Macro [1 - 20]
13
1 - 20
Disable Macro [1 - 20]
14
1 - 50
Lock User Codes [1 - 50]
15
1 - 50
Release User Codes [1 - 50]
16
1-4
Keypad lock [1 - 4]
17
1-4
Keypad Release [1 - 4]
18
1-32
By-me command [1-32]
19
0 - 255
Entry of a Delay in minutes or seconds
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Buttons menu
to go back
level.
push button 1
 ENT
Select the other buttons and repeat the procedure illustrated in 3.8.3.1.1.
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Transmitters Menu
to go back
level.
transmitters
 ENT
RADIO OPTIONS
 ENT
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JAMMING
GSM
 ENT
3.8.3.1.2
A YES enables the activation of relay 1 general alarm.
Activate relay 1
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
3.8.3.1.3
A YES enables the activation of relay 2 .
Activate relay 2
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
3.8.3.1.4
A YES enables the activation of the keypad buzzer.
Activate buzzer
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
3.8.3.1.5
A YES programmes the control unit to record the alarm in the control unit events memory.
alarm memory
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
3.8.3.1.6
A YES programmes the control unit to record the alarm reset in the control unit events memory.
reset memory
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Transmitter Battery menu.
JAMMING
GSM
 ENT
to go back
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return the the Transmiter Battery menu.
Inputs
 ENT
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From the Inputs menu use the down arrow PAR| to view the Output Programming menu.
By-alarm
Output Programming
4. Output Programming
4. In outputs you programme all the control unit output settings.
Outputs
• From the outputs menu press ENT to enter the first Output Programming menu.
 ENT
4.1Relay 1 is the positive safety alarm output the sirens must be connected to.
Relay 1
• From the relay 1 menu press ENT to enter the first Programming menu.
 ENT
Output RELAY 1
Positive safety relay, with double exchange, with 1A capacity each. A voltage free exchange is provided
at the output where C is the common, NC is the normally closed exchange and NO is the normally open
one; the other one is provided already polarized for connecting the self-powered sirens and the optional
non-self-powered internal sirens.
- / + : power supply for recharging the batteries of the self-powered sirens; the positive is protected by
the 3.15A 250V fuse F3.
+S ext : command positive for the self-powered sirens; it constantly provides a positive which fails in the
event of an alarm and is protected by the 3.15A 250V fuse F4.
+S int :
power supply positive for the optional non-self-powered sirens; it provides a positive in the event of an alarm and is protected
by the 3.15A 250V fuse F4.
4.1.1 In ACTIVE zones you programme the zone to activate relay 1.
ACTIVE ZONES
• From ACTIVE zones press ENT to enter the first Programming menu.
 ENT
Zones 1 - 8
————————
Zones 17 - 24
4.1.1.1
Select which zone from 1 to 24 must activate the relay in the event of an alarm.
• For each zone group, write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the zones to be associated
- The default setting associates all the zones to relay 1
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
————————
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Activated from Zone menu.
ACTIVE ZONES
 ENT
From the ACTIVE Zones menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the other Relay 1 settings.
4.1.2 Define what the activation time of relay 1 must be.
Activation time
• Write the required time in figures.
3
(0 - 255)
- The time base may be in minutes or seconds (see next step).
4.1.3
The time selected can be in minutes or seconds.
Time
• Press CLR to change the settings.
minutes
4.1.4
Set an activation delay if required.
Arming delay
• Write the required time in figures.
0
(0 - 255)
- To maintain IMQ safety system certification the delay on activating the main relay must be programmed to zero
4.1.5
Set a deactivation delay if required.
Disarming delay
• Write the required time in figures.
0
(0 - 255)
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Relay 1 Programming menu.
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Relay 1
 ENT
From the Relay 1 Programming menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Relay 2 Programming menu.
4.2
Relay 2 is a supplementary alarm output.
Relay 2
• From the Relay 1 men press ENT to enter the first Programming menu.
 ENT
Output RELAY 2
Non-positive safety relay, with exchange with 1A capacity. The voltage-free exchange is provided at the output where
there is the common, NC is the normally closed exchange and NO is the normally open one.
4.2.1 Use type to select the Relay 2 output function, associating the activation mode.
TYPE
• Write the number of the required method consulting the output programming table given in point 4.3.2.
0
(0 - 255)
- Important: make sure that relay 2 is already associated to the tamper.
4.2.2
In A zones the relay must activate in the event of an alarm.
ACTIVE ZONES
• From ACTIVE zones press ENT to enter the first Programming menu.
 ENT
Zones 1 - 8
Zones 17 - 24
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4.2.2.1
Select which zone from 1 to 8 must activate the relay in the event of an alarm.
• For each zone group, write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the zones to be associated.
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
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to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Activated from Zone menu.
ACTIVE ZONES
 ENT
From the ACTIVE ZONES menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the other Relay 2 settings.
4.2.3
Define what the activation time of relay 2 must be.
Activation time
• Write the required time in figures.
3
(0 - 255)
The time base may be in minutes or seconds (see next step).
4.2.4
The time selected can be in minutes or seconds.
Time
• Press CLR to change the settings.
minutes
4.2.5
Set an activation delay, if required.
Arming delay
• Write the required time in figures.
0
(0 - 255)
4.2.6Set a deactivation delay, if required.
Disarming delay
• Write the required time in figures.
0
30
(0 - 255)
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Relay 2 Programming menu level.
By-alarm
Output Programming
Relay 2
 ENT
From the relay 2 programming menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Output Programming menu.
4.3 The active outputs are additional outputs available via the output expansion modules 01710.
ACTIVE outputs
 ENT
4.3.1 Choose the number of the output to be programmed.
Output1
• Write the number of the output to be programmed.
(Max. 24)
4.3.2 Choose the output function associating the mode.
Output function
• Write the number of the required mode by consulting the table on the following page.
0
(MAX 108)
Progr.
Type of function
Description
0
No function
No associated function.
1
Zone state
(circuit test)
When one of the associated zones is unbalanced the output is activated,
while if a zone is excluded the exit is activated intermittently; the output does
not follow the programmed times.
2
Zone state
(not flashing)
When one of the associated zones is unbalanced the output is activated; the
output does not follow the programmed times.
3
Timed zone state
The output is activated when one of the associated zones is unbalanced;
the output is deactivated at the end of the programmed time (classic application: stair lights).
Note: the programmed time starts from when the zone is re-balanced.
4
Zone alarm
The output is activated when one of the associated zones sets off an alarm,
following the programmed time. Time: T1
5
Anti-tampering zone
The output is activated when one of the associated zones sets off an antitampering alarm, following the programmed time. Time: T1
6
Masking
The output is activated when one of the associated zones sets off a masking
alarm, following the programmed time. Time: T1
7
General anti-tampering
The output is activated when any anti-tampering alarm is triggered from any
part, following the programmed time. Time: T1
8
Control unit anti-tampering
The output is activated when there is a anti-tampering alarm on the control
unit, following the programmed time. Time: T1
9
Keypad anti-tampering
The output is activated when there is a anti-tampering alarm on one or more
keypads, following the programmed time. Time: T1
10
Input expansion Tamper
The output is activated when there is a anti-tampering alarm on one or more
input expansion modules 01709, following the programmed time. Time: T1
11
Output expansion
Tamper
The output is activated when there is a anti-tampering alarm on one or more
output expansion modules 01710, following the programmed time. Time:
T1
12 - 19
Area on 1-8
The output is activated when the selected group is inserted in one of the
three modes. If during the last on period there was an alarm and the output
activation duration is not zero, when disconnecting the group the output
flashes until reconnection, or otherwise is deactivated.
20 - 27
Area ON on 1-8
It is activated when the selected group is on in ON mode. Time: T4
28 - 35
Area INT on 1-8
As above, when the selected group is on in INT mode. Time: T4
36 - 43
Area PAR on 1-8
As above, when the selected group is on in PAR mode. Time: T4
Activation from keypad
RFA, PO
The outputs programmed in this mode can be activated from a user code,
a remote phone using the RFA function and from a programmable time
switch. If the activation duration is 255 the output function is toggle otherwise it follows the programmed time.
44
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Progr.
32
Type of function
Description
45
No mains
It is activated when there is no 230 V mains voltage to the control unit.
Time: T2
46
Battery trouble
It is activated when the control unit or additional power supply battery level
is low or not available. Time: T2
47
Cut telephone line
It is activated when the phone line is cut. Time: T2
48
Failed GSM signal
It is activated when there is no GSM signal on the module 01706. Time: T2
49
Sim used up
It is activated when the SIM CARD inserted has less than 5 EUR. Time: T2.
50
On line PSTN dialler
It is activated when the phone communicator occupies the line. Time: T2
51
On line GSM
It is activated when the module 01706 is on line. The output follows the set
times. Time: T2
52
Self-test (battery)
It is activated when the control unit runs the dynamic battery test. Time: T3
53
No
PC connection
It is activated when there is no direct connection with the PC.
Time: T3
54
Incorrect code
It is activated when an incorrect code is entered three times in a row both
from the keypad and from an RFA telephone connection. Time: T3
55
Chime
It is activated when the lines associated to the chime function are unbalanced. This output is reset when a valid user code is entered for the group
the relative zones belong to; the output does not follow the programmed
time.
56
Ding dong
It is activated when the lines associated to the Din Don function are unbalanced. Time: T3
57
Advanced warning turning on by Prog. Timer
It is activated during the programmable time switch on notification time.
Time: T3
58
Installer ID
It is activated when an installer code is entered and is deactivated when you
exit programming regardless of the programmed time value.
59-66
Area 1-8
The exit is activated when the re-entry time for the corresponding group is
progress and is deactivated after the time or if the group is turned off.
67-74
Area 1-8
The exit is activated when the exit time for the corresponding group is progress and is deactivated after the time or if the group is turned off.
75
Output AND Zone
The output is activated when all the associated entry lines cause an alarm.
Time: T3
78
Remote function access
active
The output is active when an RFA remote function session is in progress.
Time: T1
79
Key (TAG)
recognised
The output is activated when a proximity key is recognised.
Time: T1
80
General output
(RFA-TAST-PO)
The output is activated when commanded from a user code, emergency
code, programmable time switch, macro or RFA. Time: T3
81
Panic message
The output is activated when a panic call is made from the keypad (ON + 4).
Time: T3
82
Doctor Message
The output is activated when a doctor call is made from the keypad
(ON + 5). Time: T3
83
Fire Message
The output is activated when a fire call is made from the keypad (ON + 6).
Time: T3
84
Public holiday
The output is active when there is a public holiday running on the programmable time switch. Time: T2
85
Locked Prog. Timer
(PO)
The output is activated when the programmable time switch is disabled by
the user. Time: T2
86
Non-routine
The output is active when overtime is running on the programmable time
switch. Time: T2
87
Keypad lock
The output is active when the associated keypad is locked. Time: T2
88 - 95
Suspension Area 1-8
The output is active when the corresponding group is suspended. Time: T2
96
User codes blocked
The output is active when one or more associated codes are locked (by the
Programmable time switch or an appropriately programmed input). Time: T2
97
Pre-alarm
The output is activated at the end of the pre-alarm time if the coercion
condition is not re-set. Time: T3
98
Phone line ring-tone
The output is activated when the telephone connected to the network rings.
Time: T3
By-alarm
Output Programming
Progr.
Type of function
Description
99
GSM line ring-tone
The output is active when the GSM module 01706 is receiving a call. Time:
T3
100
Incoming SMS
The output is activated when a text message arrives through the GSM
module 01706. Time: T3
101
AND Outputs
The output is activated when all the associated outputs cause an alarm.
Time: T3
102
OR Outputs
The output is activated when one of the associated outputs causes an
alarm. Time: T3
103
Gate
The output is activated when one of the associated entrances is activated
from a transponder key. Time: T1
104
Caller
recognition (via GSM)
The output is activated when the associated numbers are recognised on
arrival by the GSM module 01706. Time: T1
105
SIM expiring
The output is activated when there are 30 days left until the SIM expires.
Time: T1.
106
Fail supervision
107
Radio battery trouble
108
Jamming
For the usable and therefore programmable time values, comply with what stated in the table below.
Times
Times
0:
T1
1 .. 253 :
armed for 3 seconds
armed for the programmed seconds or minutes
254 :
armed until the area to which the zone is associated is disconnected
255 :
follows the zone alarm status (disarmed if the zone returns from the alarm status)
T2
If the activation length is 255 the output follows the signalling status otherwise it follows the
programmed time
T3
The output on duration follows the programmed time
0:
T4
1 .. 253 :
255 :
a pulse is given on arming and again on disarming.
armed for the programmed seconds or minutes
follows the signalling status
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4.3.3 Define the activation time of the active output selected.
Activation time
• Write the required time in figures.
0
(0 - 255)
- The time base may be in minutes or seconds (see next step).
4.3.4 The selected time can be in seconds or minutes.
Time
• Press CLR to change the settings.
seconds
4.3.5 Set an activation delay if required.
Arming delay
• Write the required time in figures.
(0 - 255)
0
4.3.6 Set a deactivation delay if required.
Disarming delay
• Write the required time in figures.
(0 - 255)
0
4.3.7 In Output mode you programme the output state:
Out. mode
1
• Write the required time in figures.
NORM.Disarmed
Not active: normally does not supply any voltage; a negative is supplied when the programmed condition occurs.
Active: constantly supplies a negative which is stopped when the programmed condition occurs.
4.3.8
In memo activation with a YES you programme any active output state change is recorded in the control unit events
Memo arming
memory.
NO
• Press CLR to change the settings.
4.3.9 In ACTIVE zones you programme the zone which must activate the output.
ACTIVE ZONES
• From ACTIVE Zones press ENT to enter the first Programming menu.
 ENT
Zones 1 - 8
————————
4.3.9.1
Select which zone from 1 to 8 must be activated in the event of unbalancing of the active output selected.
• For each zone group, write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6 for the zones to be associated.
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
Zones 17 - 24
————————
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the zone activation menu level.
ACTIVE zones
 ENT
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Output Programming menu level.
ACTIVE outputs
 ENT
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Output Programming menu level.
Outputs
 ENT
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From the Outputs menu use the down arrow PAR| to return to the Code Programming menu level.
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5. ID Programming
5. The Codes are used to manage all the control unit functions and are authentic access keys.
Codes
 ENT
• The first 15 default codes are given in the following table and by default programming only the Installer ID and the User 1 ID are
enabled; all other User IDs must be activated via the programming.
Installer
123456
User 1
User 2
User 3
User 4
User 5
111111
222222
333333
444444
555555
User 6
User 7
User 8
User 9
User 10
666666
777777
888888
999999
000000
User 11
User 12
User 13
User 14
User 15
100000
100100
100200
100300
100400
Press ENT to enter the settings.
5.1
In Installer ID you programme the figures comprising the code.
Installer ID
• From the Installer ID menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
5.1.1
The Installer ID is the only code allowing access to the programming and is programmed by default as 123456.
INSTALLER ID
• Press CLR to delete the current code.
——————
• Write the new code.
• Press ENT to confirm the new code.
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Installer ID Programming menu level.
Installer ID
 ENT
From the Installer ID Programming menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the User ID Programming menu.
User codes
 ENT
5.2
In User IDs you enter the figures comprising the ID.
• Press ENT to enter the programming.
5.2.1
Select the number of the code you wish to programme.
Num. Code:
1
• Write the number of the code you wish to programme.
(Max. 50)
• With the down arrow PAR| go to the User ID parameter settings.
5.2.2In code digits you programme the digits comprising the code.
Code digits
• From the code digits menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
Code digits
——————
5.2.2.1
You enter the value of the chosen code.
• Press CLR to delete the current code.
• Write the new code.
• Press ENT to confirm the new code.
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Code Digits Programming to go back
menu level.
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Code digits
 ENT
From the Code Digits Programming menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Code properties programming menu.
5.2.3
A YES programmes the active code .
Code active
• Press CLR to change the settings.
yes
5.2.4
In active areas you associate the code to the control unit area.
areas active
• From the active areas menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
ar. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
•———————
5.2.4.1
Select an Area 12345678 to associate the Code to.
• Write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the areas it is associated to.
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Active Areas menu level.
areas
active
 ENT
From active areas use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Arming and Scheduler Settings menu.
5.2.5
In the ARMING/SCHEDULER menu you programme all the functions for the arming states.
Arming / Scheduler
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
Arming ON
yes
5.2.5.1
A YES enables the Code on ARMING ON .
• Press CLR to change the settings.
5.2.5.2 A YES enables ARMING INTERNAL.
Arming INT
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
5.2.5.3 A YES enables ARMING PARTIALISED.
Arming PAR
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
5.2.5.4 A YES enables the Code to disarm the control unit.
Switching OFF
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
5.2.5.5 A YES enables the Code to block the scheduler .
Unlock P.O.
• Press CLR to change the settings.
NO
5.2.5.6 A YES enables the Code to enable overtime .
Enab. overtime
• Press CLR to change the settings.
NO
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to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Arming Programming menu.
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Arming / Scheduler
 ENT
From the Arming programming menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Auxiliary Options programming menu.
5.2.6
In the auxiliary options you can programme additional User ID properties.
auxiliary options
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
Change teleph.
yes
5.2.6.1
A YES enables the User ID to be able to change the telephone numbers .
• Press CLR to change the settings.
5.2.6.2 A YES enables the User ID to be able to edit its own code.
Change code
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
5.2.6.3 A YES enables the User ID to be able to edit OTHER codes.
Change OTHER codes
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
5.2.6.4 A YES enables the User ID to be able to CHANGE THE DATE .
CHANGE DATE
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
5.2.6.5 A YES enables the User ID to be able to suspend calls in the event of an alarm.
Abort calls
• Press CLR to change the settings.
NO
View memory
yes
5.2.6.6
A YES enables the User ID to view the events memory of the control unit.
• Press CLR to change the settings.
5.2.6.7 A YES enables the User ID to BLOCK THE BUZZER on the keypad.
Block buzzer
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
5.2.6.8 With remote vocal management YES enables the User ID to remotely connect the voice user.
remote vocal management
• Press CLR to change the settings.
no
5.2.6.9 With REMOTE SMS management YES enables the User ID for remote connection via SMS.
remote SMS management
• Press CLR to change the settings.
NO
5.2.6.10 With OFF ZONE ACTIVE YES enables the User ID to bypass zones.
OFF ZONE active
• Press CLR to change the settings.
yes
5.2.6.11 With activate macro YES, the User ID is enabled to activate the macro-instructions.
act. macro
• Press CLR to change the settings.
yes
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Auxiliary Options menu level.
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auxiliary options
 ENT
From the auxiliary options programming menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Access Control Settings menu
5.2.7
In Access Control you programme some special functions of the Code.
Access control
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
Scheduler block
no
5.2.7.1
A YES allows the code to block the scheduler .
• Press CLR to change the settings.
5.2.7.2
A YES allows the code to trigger a phone call send.
• Press CLR to change the settings.
Send call
no
5.2.7.3With reset PANIC in YES, the code can block a silent alarm phone call.
Reset PANIC
• Press CLR to change the settings.
YES
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Access Control menu level.
Access control
 ENT
From Access control use the down arrow PAR| to go to the proximity key (TAG) Settings menu, associating it to the User ID.
5.2.8
In TAG settings you programme the proximity key for the User ID.
tag settings
• From the Tag settings menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
TAG acquisition
 ENT
5.2.8.1 In tag acquisition you associate a proximity key to the User ID.
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
5.2.8.1.1
In general key you associate a proximity key to the system arming and disarming function.
general key
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
5.2.8.1.1.1
Place the key near the reader with address 0 and the acquisition will be confirmed on
the display.
• Press ESC| to exit the acquisition and return to the previous menu.
Place near
to go back
TAG acquisition
 ENT
In tag acquisition you associate a proximity key to the User ID.
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
general key
 ENT
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From general key use the down arrow PAR| to go to the menu associating the key to the entry function.
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5.2.8.1.2
In entrance key you associate a proximity key to the entrance control function.
entrance key
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
5.2.8.1.2.1Place the key near the reader with address 0 and the acquisition will be confirmed
on the display.
• Press ESC| to exit the acquisition and return to the previous menu
Place near
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the TAG Acquisition
to go back
menu level.
TAG acquisition
 ENT
From tag acquisition use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Cancel TAG menu.
CANCEL. TAG
 ENT
5.2.8.2 In cancel tag you remove the association of a proximity key to the User ID.
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
5.2.8.2.1
In general key you associate a proximity key to the system arming and disarming function.
general key
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
5.2.8.2.1.1
Confirm with ENT the request are you sure? the tag will be cancelled and confirmed on the display.
• Press ENT to confirm the cancellation, CLR to deletion the operation.
sure?
ent=yesesc=no
to go back
general key
 ENT
Press ESC| to exit the acquisition and return to the previous menu.
From general key use the down arrow PAR| to go to the menu associating the key to the entry function.
5.2.8.3.1
In entrance key you cancel a proximity key from the entrance control function.
entrance key
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
5.2.8.3.1.1
Confirm with ENT the request are you sure? the tag will be cancelled and confirmed
on the display.
• Press ENT to confirm the cancellation, CLR to deletion the operation.
sure?
ent=yesesc=no
to go back
entrance key
 ENT
Press ESC| to exit the acquisition and return to the previous menu.
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the TAG Acquisition
to go back
menu level.
CANCEL. TAG
 ENT
From the cancel tag menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the TAG Enabling menu.
ENABLED
yes
5.2.8.4 A YES in the enabled menu means that the proximity key associated to the code is active.
• Press CLR to change the settings.
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reader 1 - 4
——————
5.2.8.5 In reader 1 - 4 you associate the readers to the transponder key to the User ID.
• Write the number 1-2-3-4 for the readers installed; the indicator will come on to confirm the correct programming. To deselect the reader repeat the same
- The reader is identified with the address given (see indications given in the control unit or reader installation
manual).
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the previous level of the TAG setto go back
tings menu
tag settings
 ENT
From TAG settings use the down arrow PAR| to go to Programming other functions.
5.2.9 With aYES, you activate the programmed output whenever the User ID is entered on the keypad.
activate output
• Write the number corresponding to the output to be associated.
0
[max. 24]
5.2.10A YES, activates the emergency output whenever the Emergency Code is entered on the keypad.
activate emer. out.
• Write the number corresponding to the output to be associated.
0
[max. 24]
- The Emergency ID is the code originating from the User ID to which a unit is added.
- It is used to manage all the control unit functions, such as User ID it originates from, and in addition can activate
silent calls and, where programmed, also the secondary relay.
5.2.11Programme the days of the code duration; after the programmed time, the code will no longer be active.
Code duration
• Enter the total number of days in which the User ID will be active.
0
(0 - 255)
• Entering 0 means an unlimited duration, so the code will always be active.
to go backAs there is no programming for the selected code, press ESC| to return to the Code 1 number menu.
Num. Code:
1
(Max. 50)
5.3
By selecting number 2, you select User ID 2 and scrolling through the programming seen above for Code 1 (starting from
point 5.2.2) all the parameters are programmed.
Having finished programming all the required user IDs, press ESC| to exit the single user ID programming and return to the
to go back
previous User IDs menu.
User codes
 ENT
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the ID settings menu
Codes
 ENT
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6. Time Programming
6. In the Time programming all the control unit times are programmed.
times
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
6.1
In times in out you programme the entry and exit times of the timed lines.
IN OUT times
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
6.1.1
In entry time 1 you programme the entry time on the timed line 1.
Entry time 1
• Enter the seconds directly.
30
(0 - 255 sec)
6.1.2
In exit time 1 you programme the entry time on the timed line 1.
Output 1 time
• Enter the seconds directly.
(0 - 255 sec)
30
6.1.3
In entry time 2 you programme the entry time on the timed line 2.
Entry time 2
• Enter the seconds directly.
(0 - 255 sec)
45
6.1.4
In exit time 2 you programme the entry time on the timed line 2.
Output 2 time
• Enter the seconds directly.
(0 - 255 sec)
45
6.1.5
In entry time 3 you programme the entry time on the timed line 3.
Entry time 3
• Enter the seconds directly.
(0 - 255 sec)
60
6.1.6
In exit time 3 you programme the entry time on the timed line 3.
Output 3 time
• Enter the seconds directly.
60
(0 - 255 sec)
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the entry and exit time programming
to go back
menu level.
IN OUT times
 ENT
From Times in - out use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Programming menu for the keypad buzzer duration.
Buzzer duration
2
(0 - 255 min)
6.2
In buzzer duration you programme the time the keypad buzzer rings for in the event of an alarm (if it has already been
activated as described in chap. 3 of this manual).
• Enter the minutes directly.
6.3
In scheduler warning you programme the warning time in which the keypad buzzer will warn that the auto arming is in
progress from the scheduler.
• Enter the warning minutes directly.
- During the warning time it is possible to enter the overtime, which will shift the arming by one hour.
- Overtime can be armed not more than three times, after which the auto arming from the scheduler will in any case be run.
- The overtime can be entered if the User ID running the operation has been enabled (see point 5.2.4.6).
Scheduler warning
30
(0 - 255 min)
pre-alarm
0
(0 - 255 min)
6.4
In pre-alarm you programme the delay time that allows the User to block the silent panic call, unbalancing a zone programmed with Delayed Panic Reset (see: type 19).
• Enter the warning minutes directly.
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the time settings menu
times
 ENT
From the Times menu use the down arrow PAR| to view the Controls Programming menu.
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7. Control Programming
7. In the controls programming you can set all the control unit controls.
Controls
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
7.1 In the arming menu you programme the control unit functions associated to the arming.
On
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
7.1.1
A YES in the programming only in off allows access to the control unit programming only when this is in the
Prg.ONLY IN OFF
disarmed state, using the Installer ID.
yes
• Press CLR to change the settings.
7.1.2
A YES in the Selftest on arming activates the power control function each time the control unit is armed.
selftest on arming
• Press CLR to change the settings.
no
7.1.3
A YES in forced arming allows the user, via the User ID, to arm the control unit even when the input lines are unbalforced on
anced or open.
yes
• Press CLR to change the settings.
- The use of the condition: NO forced arming annuls the IMQ type-approval.
7.1.4
A YES in fast arming allows the user to arm the control unit in fast mode, simply by pressing ON or INT or PAR
Fast on
three times.
no
• Press CLR to change the settings.
- A NO means that to arm the control unit the following operations must be performed:
1) Enter the User ID.
2) Press ON or INT or PAR to select the required arming mode.
3) Press ENT to confirm your choice.
7.1.5
A YES in fast disarming allows the control unit to be disarmed in fast mode, simply by entering the User ID.
Fast off
• Press CLR to change the settings.
yes
- A NO means that to arm the control unit the following operations must be performed:
1) Enter the User ID.
2) Press 0 / OFF to disarm the control unit.
7.1.6
A YES in view areas ensures the permanent display of the Area states on the keypad.
area vision
• Press CLR to change the settings.
yes
7.1.7
A YES in areas in or? means that, if the same zone has been associated to more than one area, it is considered
areas in time?
shared (see point 3.2.1); NO means that the Areas manage the zones independently in the various arming modes.
no
• Press CLR to change the settings.
off zone -> 24 h
no
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Arming menu level.
On
 ENT
From Arming use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Power supply Programming menu.
Power supply
 ENT
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7.2
In the power supply menu you programme the control unit functions associated to the power supply.
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
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mains frequency
50 Hz
7.2.1
In mains fault delay you programme after how many minutes the control unit must signal that there is no mains voltRet. No Mains
age by phone communicator.
0
(0 - 255 min)
• Enter the phone communication delay time directly in minutes.
- Enter 0 to disable the function, so the communication will be sent immediately.
7.2.2
In self-test time you programme the time at which the control unit must run the Self-test.
Self-test time
• Enter the time directly.
0
(max. 23)
- The Selftest is a periodic function that checks that the batteries powering the control unit and other supplementary
power supplies are charging correctly.
7.2.3
In SELF-TEST minute you programme the minute in which the control unit must run the Selftest.
Self-test minute
• Enter the minutes directly.
(max. 59)
0
7.2.4
In SELF-TEST interval you programme the interval at which the control unit must run the Selftest.
Self-test interval.
• Write the time interval directly.
0 (0 - 255 hours)
- Enter 0 to not enable the function
DD maintenance
0
(max. 31)
7.2.5
In maintenance day you programme the day on which the keypad display must show an info text indicating the word
“maintenance” and the word programmed in the info text (see point 7.3.1), reminding the user of the expiry of the system
servicing interval [e.g. control unit maintenance ].
• Enter the day directly.
- Enter 0 to not enable the function
7.2.6
In maintenance month you programme the month on which the system servicing interval expires.
MM maintenance
• Enter the month directly.
0
(max. 12)
- Enter 0 to not enable the function.
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Power supply settings menu level.
Power supply
 ENT
From Power supply use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Text Programming menu.
Texts
 ENT
7.3 In the text menu you programme the info text and that associated with the control unit lines.
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
7.3.1
The info text is the writing that appears on the control unit keypad alternated with the information on the system
Info text
state, as well as when maintenance is due (see point 7.2.5).
 ENT
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
Info text
VIMAR 01700
7.3.1.1 The text info is programmed by default with the text VIMAR 01700 .
• Press CLR to edit the programming and enter the required characters, following the indications given in the table
to the side.
Button
Associated letters
a) Press CLR to cancel the letters or digits pro1
?
!
,
grammed and go back one character.
a
b
c
2
b) Fore each lower case letter there is a corred
e
f
3
sponding upper case letter.
g
h
i
4
c) If you have to enter two letters the same one
j
k
l
5
after the other, press ON twice.
m
n
o
p
q
r
6
s
t
u
v
8
w
x
y
z
space
0
7
9
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to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Info Text settings menu level.
Info text
 ENT
From the Info Text Programming menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Zone Text Settings menu.
7.3.2
The zone text is the text associated to each control unit input and which helps the user to manage and understand
Zone text
the input lines.
 ENT
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
Num. Zone:
1
Num. Zone:
1
(max 24)
7.3.2.1
Select the number of the zone you wish to programme.
• Enter the number of the zone you wish to programme.
• With the down arrow PAR| go to the Chosen Zone text programming menu.
7.3.2.2
In zone 1 number you can programme the text for Entry 1.
• Following the table in point 7.3.1.1, enter the characters.
• If you have to enter two letters the same one after the other, press ON twice.
• Once you have finished entering the text for zone 1, you can move on to the text for zone 2, etc.
• Having finished all the texts, press ESC| to exit and return to the previous Zone Texts menu.
Zone 1
to go back
Zone text
 ENT
From the zone text programming menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the ID Text Settings menu.
7.3.3
In ID text you enter all the text associated to each User ID.
ID text
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
Code num.:
1
Code num.:
1
(Max. 50)
7.3.3.1
Select the code number you wish to assign to a text.
• Enter the number of the Code you wish to programme.
• With the down arrow PAR| go to the edit default text menu.
7.3.3.2
In code 1 number you can programme the text for code 1.
• Following the table in point 7.3.1.1, enter the characters.
• Press ON to change from lower to upper case and vice versa.
• If you have to enter two letters the same one after the other, press ON twice.
• Once you have finished entering the text for code 1, you can move on to the text for code 2, etc.
• Having finished all the IDs, press ESC| to exit and return to the previous ID Texts menu.
code 01
to go back
ID text
 ENT
From the ID texts programming menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Output Texts Programming menu.
7.3.4
The exit texts are texts associated to each Exit.
Output text
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
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Output num.:
1
Output num.:
1
(Max. 24)
7.3.4.1
Select the exit number you wish to assign to a text.
• Enter the number of the Exit you wish to programme.
• With the down arrow PAR| go to the edit default text menu.
7.3.4.2
In exit 1 number you can programme the text for Exit 1.
• Following the table in point 7.3.1.1, enter the characters.
• Press ON to change from lower to upper case and vice versa.
• If you have to enter two letters the same one after the other, press ON twice.
•O
nce you have finished entering the text for code 1, you can move on to the text for code 2, etc.
•H
aving finished all the IDs, press ESC| to exit and return to the previous Output Texts menu.
output 01
to go back
Output text
 ENT
From the Output Text Programming Menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Keypad Text Programming menu.
7.3.5
The KEYPAD text is the text associated to each keypad.
KEYPAD text
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
KEYPAD NO.:
1
KEYPAD NO.:
1
(Max. 4)
7.3.5.1
In KEYPAD 1 number you can programme the text for keypad 1.
• Enter the number of the module you wish to programme.
• With the down arrow PAR| go to the edit default text menu.
7.3.5.2
In KEYPAD number: 1 you can programme the text for keypad 1.
• Following the table in point 7.3.1.1, enter the characters.
• Press ON to change from lower to upper case and vice versa.
• If you have to enter two letters the same one after the other, press ON twice.
•O
nce you have finished entering the text for keypad 1, you can move on to the text for keypad 2, etc.
•H
aving finished all the texts, press ESC| to exit and return to the previous Texts menu.
keypad 1
to go back
KEYPAD text
 ENT
From the Keypad Text Programming menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Input Expansion Module Text Programming
Menu.
7.3.6
The input expansion texts are texts associated to each input module expansion.
Inp. exp. text
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
EXP num.: 1
EXP num.: 1
(max 4)
7.3.6.1
Select the input module number you wish to assign to a text.
• Enter the number of the module you wish to programme.
• With the down arrow PAR| go to the edit default text menu.
7.3.6.2
In input expansion module number you can programme the text for module no. 1.
• Following the table in point 7.3.1.1, enter the characters.
• Press ON to change from lower to upper case and vice versa.
• If you have to enter two letters the same one after the other, press ON twice.
•O
nce you have finished entering the text for module 1, you can move on to the text for module 2, etc.
•W
hen you have finished with all modules, press ESC| to exit and return to the previous input module text
menu.
Inp. EXP.
01
to go back
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Inp. exp. text
 ENT
From the Input Expansion Text Programming Menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the READER Text Programming menu.
7.3.7
The Reader text is a text associated to each reader.
Reader text
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
reader:1
(Max. 4)
7.3.7.1
Select the reader you wish to assign a text to.
• Enter the number of the module you wish to programme.
• With the down arrow PAR| go to the edit default text menu.
7.3.7.2
In readers: 1 you can programme the text for module 1.
• Following the table in point 7.3.1.1, enter the characters.
• Press ON to change from lower to upper case and vice versa.
• If you have to enter two letters the same one after the other, press ON twice.
• Once you have finished entering the text for module 1, you can move on to the text for module 2, etc.
• When you have finished with all modules, press ESC| to exit and return to the previous READER Text menu.
reader:1
readers 1
to go back
Reader text
 ENT
From the Reader Text Programming menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Input expansion module 01710 text programming menu.
7.3.8
The output expansion texts are texts associated to each expansion 01710.
Out. EXP. text
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
Exp. num.:
1
Exp. num.:
1
(Max. 6)
7.3.8.1
Select the output module number you wish to assign to a text.
• Enter the number of the module you wish to programme.
• With the down arrow PAR| go to the edit default text menu.
7.3.8.2
In output module number: 1 you can programme the text for module 1.
• Following the table in point 7.3.1.1, enter the characters.
• Press ON to change from lower to upper case and vice versa.
• If you have to enter two letters the same one after the other, press ON twice.
• Once you have finished entering the text for module 1, you can move on to the text for module 2, etc.
• When you have finished with all modules, press ESC| to exit and return to the previous READER Text menu.
out. exp.
01
to go back
Out. exp. text
 ENT
From the output expansion text programming menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Area Text Programming menu.
7.3.9
The area text is text associated to each Area.
AREAS text
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
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Num. AREA :
1
Num. AREA :
1
(Max. 8)
7.3.9.1
Select the area number you wish to assign to a text.
• Enter the number of the module you wish to programme.
• With the down arrow PAR| go to the edit default text menu.
7.3.9.2
In area number: 1 you can programme the text for Area 1.
• Following the table in point 7.3.1.1, enter the characters.
• Press ON to change from lower to upper case and vice versa.
• If you have to enter two letters the same one after the other, press ON twice.
•O
nce you have finished entering the text for module 1, you can move on to the text for module 2, etc.
•W
hen you have finished with all modules, press ESC| to exit and return to the previous area text menu.
AREA 1
to go back
AREAS text
 ENT
From the area text programming menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Macro Text Programming menu.
7.3.10The macro text is text associated to each Area.
Macro text
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
7.3.10.1
Select the macro number you wish to assign to a text.
macro 1
• Enter the number of the module you wish to programme.
(Max. 20)
• With the down arrow PAR| go to the edit default text menu.
7.3.10.2
In macro 1 you can programme the text for macro 1.
macro 1
• Following the table in point 7.3.1.1, enter the characters.
macro 01
• Press ON to change from lower to upper case and vice versa.
• If you have to enter two letters the same one after the other, press ON twice.
•O
nce you have finished entering the text for module 1, you can move on to the text for module 2, etc.
•W
hen you have finished with all modules, press ESC| to exit and return to the previous Macro Text menu.
to go back
Macro thread
 ENT
From the Programming Menu string MACRO with the down arrow PAR| to go to the Programming menu for the By-me command
strings.
7.3.11
The COM BY-ME strings are words associated to each command sent to the By-me system.
STR. COM. BY-ME • Press ENT to enter the programming.
 
ENT
7.3.11.1
Select the number of the command to assign a string to.
COMMAND NO.: 1
• Write the number of the command you wish to programme.
(MAX 32)
• Use the down arrow PAR| to go to the variation of the default string.
COMMAND NO.: COMMAND 01
TXT. COMM BY-ME   ENT
1
7.3.11.2
In Command 1 it is possible to programme the string for command 1.
• Following the table in point 7.3.1.1, enter the digits.
• With the ON| button change from lower to upper case and vice versa.
• When having to enter two identical letters one after the other, press the ON| button twice.
• After writing the string of module 1, press ENT to confirm; after this move on to the string of module 2, etc.
• Having finished all the commands, press ESC| to exit and return to the previous STR menu. COM. BY-ME.
to go back
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Text Settings menu level
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Texts
 ENT
From the text programming menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the network card parameter programming menu.
7.4 In tcp - ip you programme all the parameters for the X-LAN network card.
tcp - ip
• From the tcp - ip menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
7.4.1
In ip address you programme the address of the X-LAN network card.
IP address
• From the ip address menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
byte 0
10
7.4.1.1 In byte 0 you programme the first digit of the address.
• Enter the digits of the first byte directly (e.g. 10).
7.4.1.2
In byte 1 you programme the second digit of the address.
• Enter the digits of the second byte directly (e.g. 10.10).
7.4.1.3 In byte 2 you programme the third digit of the address.
• Enter the digits of the third byte directly (e.g. 10.10.10).
7.4.1.4
In byte 3 you programme the fourth digit of the address.
• Enter the digits of the fourth byte directly (e.g. 10.10.10.10).
(0 - 255)
byte 1
10
(0 - 255)
byte 2
10
(0 - 255)
byte 3
10
(0 - 255)
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the TCP address programming
to go back
menu level.
IP address
 ENT
From the ip address menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the local sub-network masking programming menu.
7.4.2 In netmask you programme the local sub-network mask address.
netmask
• From the netmask menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
byte 0
255
7.4.2.1 In byte 0 you programme the first digit of the address.
• Enter the digits of the first byte directly (e.g. 255).
7.4.2.2
In byte 1 you programme the second digit of the address.
• Enter the digits of the second byte directly (e.g. 255.255).
7.4.2.3 In byte 2 you programme the third digit of the address.
• Enter the digits of the third byte directly (e.g. 255,255.255).
7.4.2.4
In byte 3 you programme the fourth digit of the address.
• Enter the digits of the fourth byte directly (e.g. 255.255.255.0).
(0 - 255)
byte 1
255
(0 - 255)
byte 2
255
(0 - 255)
byte 3
0
(0 - 255)
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As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Netmask Address programto go back
ming menu level.
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netmask
 ENT
From NETMASK use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Gateway IP address programming menu.
7.4.3 In gateway you programme the Gateway IP address.
gateway
• From the gateway menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
byte 0
10
7.4.3.1 In byte 0 you programme the first digit of the address.
• Enter the digits of the first byte directly (e.g. 10).
7.4.3.2
In byte 1 you programme the second digit of the address.
• Enter the digits of the second byte directly (e.g. 10.10).
7.4.3.3 In byte 2 you programme the third digit of the address.
• Enter the digits of the third byte directly (e.g. 10.10.10).
7.4.3.4
In byte 3 you programme the fourth digit of the address.
• Enter the digits of the fourth byte directly (e.g. 10.10.10.10).
(0 - 255)
byte 1
10
(0 - 255)
byte 2
10
(0 - 255)
byte 3
10
(0 - 255)
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Gateway Address Programto go back
ming menu level.
gateway
 ENT
From the gateway menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the TCP port address programming menu.
7.4.4 In tcp port you programme the network card listening port address.
TCP port
• From the tcp port menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
by-alarm PORT
 ENT
7.4.4.1 In By alarm port you programme the network card listening port address for the By-alarm system.
• Press Clear (CLR) and enter the door digits directly.
7.4.4.2 In TCP PORT you programme the network card listening port address for the By-me system.
• Press Clear (CLR) and enter the door digits directly (e.g. 8030).
TCP By-me PORT
  ENT
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the TCP Port Address Programto go back
ming menu level.
TCP port
 ENT
From the tcp port menu use the down arrow PAR| to view the Access Code programming menu.
7.4.5 In SYSTEM PIN you set the six-digit numerical data exchange recognition code.
system PIN
• From the system pin menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
system PIN
000000
7.4.5.1 Write the system pin which must be the same as the one set in the By-alarm Manager software.
• Enter the six-digit code directly.
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the SYSTEM PIN programming
to go back
menu level.
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SYSTEM PIN
 ENT
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the TCP - IP Programming menu level.
tcp - ip
 ENT
From the TCP - ip menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Macro Programming menu.
7.5 In macro you programme all the functions of the control unit macro-instructions.
macro
ENT
 • From the macro menu press ENT to enter the settings.
7.5.1
Select the number of the macro to be programmed.
Macro1
• Enter the number of the macro to be programmed.
(Max. 20)
7.5.2
In starting mode you programme the event that will trigger the macro.
Starting mode
• Enter the number of the mode, selecting from those shown in the first column of the following table.
0
(Max. 100)
7.5.3In starting type you programme the second parameter of the event triggering the macro.
Starting type
• Enter the number of the type, selecting from those shown in the second column of the following table.
0
(0 - 255)
7.5.4
In stop mode you programme the event that will stop the macro.
Stop mode
• Enter the number of themode, selecting from those shown in the first column of the following table.
(max. 100)
0
7.5.5
In stop type you programme the second parameter of the event stopping the macro.
Stop type
• Enter the number of the type, selecting from those shown in the second column of the following table.
0
(0 - 255)
Progr.
Type
0
50
Function description
Null event
1
1 - 24
Zone Alarm [1 - 24]
2
1 - 24
Reset from Zone Alarm [1 - 24]
3
1 - 24
Zone Exclusion [1 - 24]
4
1 - 24
Zone Re-inclusion [1 - 24]
5
1 - 24
Anti-Tampering Zone [1 - 24]
6
1 - 50
Enter User Code [1 - 50]
6
129 - 178
7
xx
8
1 - 24
Zone Multiple Alarm [1 - 24]
Enter Emergency User Code [1 - 50]
See following table
9
1 - 24
Reset from Zone Multiple Alarm [1 - 24]
10
1 - 24
Zone Multiple Anti-tampering Alarm [1 - 24]
11
1 - 24
Zone Multiple Anti-tampering Reset [1 - 24]
12
1-4
Keypad Anti-tampering Alarm [1 - 4]
13
1-4
Keypad Anti-tampering Reset [1 - 4]
14
1-4
Anti-tampering Input Alarm on zone expansion 01709 [1 - 4]
15
1-4
Anti-tampering Input Alarm Reset on zone expansion 01709 [1 - 4]
16 - 20
===
Values not used
21
1 - 24
Automatic Zone Exclusion [1 - 24]
22
1 - 24
Re-inclusion from Automatic Zone Exclusion [1 - 24]
23
0
No Control unit Network
24
0
Restore Control unit Network
25
0
Control unit Battery Low
26
0
Restore Control unit Battery
By-alarm
Control Programming
Progr.
Type
27
0
Function description
28
===
Value not used
29
1-8
Area ON on [1 - 8]
30
1-8
Turned off from Area ON on [1 - 8]
31
1-8
Area INT on [1 - 8]
32
1-8
Turned off from Area INT on [1 - 8]
33
1-8
Area PAR on [1 - 8]
34
1-8
Turned off from Area PAR on [1 - 8]
35
1 - 24
Zone Masking Alarm [1 - 24]
36
0
37
1-4
Incorrect code on Keypad [1 - 4]
38
1-8
Start Area Suspension [1 - 8]
39
1-8
End Area Suspension [1 - 8]
40
===
Value not used
41
1-8
Automatic Area on [1 - 8]
42
1-8
Automatic Area off [1 - 8]
43
1 - 24
Activate Output [1 - 24]
44
1 - 24
Deactivate Output [1 - 24]
45
===
Values not used
No Control unit Battery
Installer ID Entry [0]
46
===
Values not used
47 - 55
===
Values not used
56
1-4
Keypad lock [1 - 4]
57
1-4
Keypad release [1 - 4]
58
1-4
Macro Activation [1 - 4]
59
1 - 20
Lock Macro [1 - 20]
60
1 - 20
Reset Macro [1 - 20]
61
===
Values not used
62
1-8
Programmable Time Switch Deactivated for Area [1 - 8]
63
1-8
Programmable Time Switch Activated for Area [1 - 8]
64
1-6
Anti-tampering Input Alarm on output expansion 01710 [1 - 6]
65
1-6
Anti-tampering Input Alarm Reset on output expansion 01710 [1 - 6]
66 - 67
===
Values not used
68
1-8
Non-routine Area on [1 - 8]
69
===
Values not used
70
1-4
Communication Anti-Tampering Alarm 01709 [1 - 4]
71
1-6
Communication Anti-Tampering Alarm 01710 [1 - 6]
72
1-4
Keypad Communication Anti-Tampering Alarm [1 - 4]
73
1 - 50
Correct TAG Reading [1 - 50]
74
1-4
Connector Tag not valid [1 - 4]
75
1 - 50
User Code enabled [1 - 50]
76
1 - 50
User Code disabled [1 - 50]
77
1 - 24
Reset Zone [1 - 24]
78
===
Value not used
79
Gate Locked
80
Gate Unlocked
81-107
===
Values not used
108
1-4
Connector Anti-Tampering Alarm [1 - 4]
109
1-4
Connector Communication Anti-Tampering Alarm [1 - 4]
110
1-4
Reset Connector Tamper [1 - 4]
111
1 - 32
By-me command [1 – 32]
112
1 - 50
User code from By-me [1 - 50]
113
1 - 50
Emergency code from By-me [1 - 50]
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• Only for MODE 7 these values can be entered in the TYPE:
Progr.
Type 01700
Function description
7
0 - 53
7
54
System Reset (Watch Dog)
7
55
Change Codes
7
56
Reset Codes
7
57
Programming reset to Default levels
7
58
Installer Code 1
7
59
Installer Code 2
7
60
No Telephone Line
7
61
Restore Telephone Line
7
62
Send Events Log
7
63
Telephone Call Interruption
7
64
Change system Date
7
65
Robbery Message
7
66
Fire Message
7
67
Doctor Message
7
68
Remote Programming OK
7
69
Remote Programming failed
7
70
Remote Access Denied
7
71
Control unit anti-tampering
7
72
Reset Control Unit Anti-Tampering
7
73
Self-test
7
74
Start User or Installer remote function
7
75
End User or Installer remote function
7
76
End PC Local Connection
7
77
Start PC Local Connection
7
78
Start Code Shut-Down Slot
7
79
End Code Shut-Down Slot
7
80
Start Zone Test Period
7
81
End Zone Test Period
7
82
Alarm Relay 1 Activated (dual change-over)
7
83
Alarm Relay 1 Deactivated (dual change-over)
7
84
No GSM signal on 01706
7
85
Restore GSM Signal on 01706
7
86
Relay 2 Activated (single change-over)
7
87
Relay 2 Deactivated (single change-over)
7
88
Values not used
7
89
Values not used
7
90
Start Pre-alarm
7
91
Reset Pre-alarm
7
92
SIM Not Charged
7
93
SIM Recharged
7
94
SIM Expiring
7
113
Reset network card
7
118
GSM Jamming Alarm
7
119
Reset Jamming GSM Alarm
7
122
Self-learning
Values not used
7.5.6 A YES in stopped by scheduler the macro can be stopped by the Scheduler.
Scheduler block
• Press CLR to change the settings.
NO
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7.5.7 A YES in autorestart allows the macro to continue to run automatically.
Self-restart
• Press CLR to change the settings.
NO
7.5.8
In delay in minutes you set the time base of any delay.
Delay in
• Press CLR to change the settings.
Minutes
7.5.9
With YES in memo activation when activated the macro is recorded in the control unit events memory.
Memo arming
• Press CLR to change the settings.
N0
7.5.10A YES in conditioned means that the “stop macro” event is not considered an effective macro stop, but a starting
conditioned
condition for the macro itself.
NO
• Press CLR to change the settings.
7.5.11 A YES in user ID allows the User to activate the macro using his own code.
user ID
• Press CLR to change the settings.
N0
7.5.12 In macro operations you programme the operations the macro has to run.
Macro operations
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
ENT
 7.5.12.1 In operations 1 command you enter the first of the 16 commands to be run by the macro.
oper. command
1
Enter the number of the required command, consulting the table below.
0
(max. 20)
oper. options
1
0(0-255)
7.5.12.2
In operations 1 options enter the parameter completing the command of the operation just programmed.
• Enter the number of the required option, consulting the table below.
Progr.
Options
Function description
0
0
1
1-8
No function
Area ON mode on [1 - 8]
2
1-8
Area INTERNAL mode on [1 - 8]
3
1-8
Area PARTIALISED mode on [1 - 8]
4
1-8
Area off [1 - 8]
5
1 - 24
Exclude zone [1 - 24]
6
1 - 24
Re-include zone [1 - 24]
7
1 - 24
Activate output [1 - 24]
8
1 - 24
Deactivate output [1 - 24]
9
1 - 20
Start Macro [1 - 20]
10
1 - 20
Stop Macro [1 - 20]
11
1 - 20
Reset Macro [1 - 20]
12
1 - 20
Enable Macro [1 - 20]
13
1 - 20
Disable Macro [1 - 20]
14
1 - 50
Lock User Codes [1 - 50]
15
1 - 50
Release User Codes [1 - 50]
16
1-4
Keypad lock [1 - 4]
17
1-4
Keypad Release [1 - 4]
18
1-32
By-me command [1-32]
19
0 - 255
Entry of a Delay in minutes or seconds
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Macro Operations menu level.
Macro operations
 ENT
Having finished programming all the Macros, press ESC| to exit the Macro programming and return to the main Macro
to go back
menu.
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macro
 ENT
From the macro menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Events Memory Viewing menu.
7.6
In view memory you can check all the events occurring on the control unit, showing the date and time.
view
memory
• Press ENT to enter the viewing mode.
 ENT
Events Memory: • the
control unit has a memory used to record all the fault, arming and disarming events with date and time, the
codes entered and alarm and zone reset states; there are 500 recorded events which are automatically updated,
deleting the oldest ones.
7.7 In the software version menu you can view the control unit software version.
software
vers.
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
Software version.
Vers. xx
Rel. xx
7.7.1
In the software version menu you can check the software version installed in the control unit and the relative
release.
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Software Version Settings Menu.
software vers.
 ENT
From the software version menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Control unit Default Programming menu.
7.8 In the default programming menu you can reset the control unit programming to the default values.
default
prog.
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
7.8.1
Answer the question are you sure? .
Sure?
• Press ENT to confirm the reset to default values.
Ent=YESEsc=NO
• Press ESC| to cancel the function.
a) having pressed ENT, wait for the end of the reset. You will automatically return to the default programming menu.
b) having pressed ESC|, you return to the default programming menu.
to go back
default prog.
 ENT
From the default programming 1 menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Control unit Default Programming menu.
7.9 In access control you programme the advanced functions of the READERS.
ACCESS CONTROL
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
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7.10
In active LEDs you programme the reader on which the LEDs will display the control unit states.
LEDs on?
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
7.10.1
Select the readers readers 1 - 4 in which the LEDs are active.
readers 1 - 4
• Enter the number 1-2-3-4 of the reader in which the LEDs must always be active; the indicator will come on to
•————
confirm correct programming.
To deselect the reader repeat the same operation.
Fast mode: button 9 selects all and button 0 deselects all.
- The reader is identified with the address given (see indications given in the reader installation manual).
•T
he readers in which the LEDs are not active will always be off; place the key near the reader to activate
them and signal the control unit state.
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Active LED menu level.
LEDs on?
 ENT
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Access Control menu level.
ACCESS CONTROL
 ENT
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Controls Menu level.
CONTROLS
 ENT
From the Controls menu use the down arrow PAR| to view the Scheduler menu.
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Scheduling
8. Scheduler
8. In scheduler you set all the Scheduler parameters.
Scheduler
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
8.1
In time bands you programme the functions that the control unit must run automatically for every day of the week.
Time bands
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
8.1.1
In Monday you programme the operations the control unit will run on that day of the week.
Monday
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
• With the down arrow PAR| go to other days of the week.
8.1.1.1 Select the operation to programme.
• Enter the number of the operation you wish to programme.
• With the down arrow PAR| go to Programming all parameters of the chosen operation.
8.1.1.2 Programming the time the operation will be run at.
• Enter the time directly.
8.1.1.3 Programming the minute the operation will be run at.
• Enter the minutes directly.
8.1.1.4 Programming the type of operation run.
• Enter the number of the type directly, consulting the following table.
8.1.1.5
In auxiliaries enter the parameter completing the command of the operation just programmed.
• Enter the number of the auxiliary option, consulting the following table.
Operation1
(Max. 32)
Time
0
(max. 23)
Minute
0
(max. 59)
Type
0
(max. 20)
auxiliaries
0
(max. 64)
Progr.
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Options
Function description
0
0
1
1-8
No function
Area ON mode on [1 - 8]
2
1-8
Area INTERNAL mode on [1 - 8]
3
1-8
Area PARTIALISED mode on [1 - 8]
4
1-8
Area off [1 - 8]
5
1 - 24
Exclude zone [1 - 24]
6
1 - 24
Re-include zone [1 - 24]
7
1 - 24
Activate output [1 - 24]
8
1 - 24
Deactivate output [1 - 24]
9
1 - 20
Start Macro [1 - 20]
10
1 - 20
Stop Macro [1 - 20]
11
1 - 20
Reset Macro [1 - 20]
12
1 - 20
Enable Macro [1 - 20]
13
1 - 20
Disable Macro [1 - 20]
14
1 - 50
Lock User Codes [1 - 50]
15
1 - 50
Release User Codes [1 - 50]
16
1-4
Keypad lock [1 - 4]
17
1-4
Keypad Release [1 - 4]
18
1-32
By-me command [1-32]
19
0 - 255
Entry of a Delay in minutes or seconds
By-alarm
Scheduling
As there is no more programming to be done, return to operation 1 .
Operation1
• Starting from point 8.1.1.1 repeat the programming for all the required operations.
(Max. 32)
to go backHaving finished programming all the required operations, press ESC| to exit the programming and return to Monday.
Monday
 ENT
From the Monday menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Tuesday menu; in this way the functions of all the days of the
week can be programmed.
Tuesday
 ENT
to go backHaving programmed all the operations for every day of the week, press ESC| to return to the Time Bands menu.
Time bands
 ENT
From the Time Bands menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Holidays Programming menu.
8.2
In holidays you programme the holiday periods in which the arming and disarming programmes will not be run by the control
Holidays
unit.
 ENT
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
8.2.1 Select the number of holiday 1 to be programmed.
Holidays1 • Enter the number of the holiday from the 16 possible options.
(Max. 16)
8.2.2
Programme the start day of the holiday period.
Day START
• Enter the day of the start date.
(max. 31)
0
8.2.3
Programme the start month of the holiday period.
MONTH START
• Enter the month of the start date.
(max. 12)
0
8.2.4
Programme the end day of the holiday period.
DAY END
• Enter the day of the end date.
(max. 31)
0
8.2.5
Programme the end month of the holiday period.
Month end
• Enter the month of the end date.
(max. 12)
0
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Holiday Settings menu level.
Holidays
 ENT
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Scheduler Settings menu
Scheduler
 ENT
From the control unit scheduler menu use the down arrow PAR| to view the Phone communicator programming menu.
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9. Telephone
9. In telephone you programme all the parameters for the Phone communicator.
Telephone
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
9.1
In phone numbers you programme the numbers and properties of the phone communications.
Phone numbers
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
9.1.1
Select the phone number you wish to programme.
Telephone 1
• Enter the phone number you wish to programme.
(Max. 16)
• With the down arrow PAR| go to the Programming all parameters of the chosen telephone number.
Important: Panic, theft, tampering events must be associated to at least the first phone number.
This guarantees that in the event of more than one event at the same time panic, theft and tampering are transmitted as a priority.
9.1.2
In protocol you programme the communication methods of the phone communicator for the chosen number.
Protocol
• Enter the number of the required mode by consulting the table below.
vocal
Prog.
Function type
0
SIA
2
VOCAL
3
CONTACT-ID
4
SMS
Description
Digital format for digital receivers in SIA protocol
Format for sending vocal messages that are preset and pre-recorded in the
control unit
Digital format for digital receivers in CONTACT ID protocol
Format for sending SMS messages that are preset and pre-recorded in the
control unit
9.1.3
In number digits you programme the digits comprising the code.
Number digits
• From the number figures menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
Number digits
*****************
9.1.3.1 Programme the phone number that will be called.
• Press CLR to delete the current number.
• Enter thenew number.
• Press ENT to confirm the new number.
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Number Digits Programto go back
ming menu level.
Number digits
 ENT
From the Number Digits programming menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Communication Protocol Programming
menu.
9.1.4
The customer code is the code sent in SIA and CONTACT ID digital communications identifying the caller. In the
Customer code
protocol VOCAL corresponds to the voice message index for the area of interest.
 ENT
• Press ENT button to enter the programming.
- It is indispensable for reception and control centres to recognise the user calling; to know which code to enter, the
same centre must always be contacted to provide the necessary information.
- For the SIA protocol this is composed of 6 digits, starting from the left.
- For the CONTACT ID protocol this is composed of 4 digits, starting from the left.
- For the VOCAL protocol the last digit identifies the initial message to use among those available and recorded for the
areas.
Note: The customer code 000000 by default in any case uses message no.1.
Customer code
000000
.
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9.1.4.1 Programme the value of the chosen code.
• Press CLR to delete the current code.
• Write the new code.
• Press ENT to confirm the new code
By-alarm
Telephone
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Customer Code Programming
to go back
menu level.
Customer code
 ENT
From customer code use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Call Attempts with previously selected phone number association
menu.
9.1.5
The attempts refer to the maximum number of calls the control unit will make to the chosen phone number if there is
Attempts
no reply.
3
(max. 15)
• Enter the required number.
9.1.6
A YES on stop calls enables the interruption of the phone calls when the user called presses button 4 on the phone
Stop teleph.
allowing the user to directly activate remote connection by pressing button 3 on the phone.
no
• Press CLR to change the settings.
9.1.7
In zone alarm you programme the zones activating the phone calls.
ZONE ALARM
• From the zone alarm menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
Zones 1 - 8
————————
Fast mode: button 0 selects all and button 9 deselects all.
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
Zones 17 - 24
9.1.7.1
With zone 1 - 8 you programme which zone will cause the activation of the phone call in the event of an
alarm.
• For each zone group, write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the zones which must activate the phone calls.
• To remove the association write the required number.
————————
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Zone Alarms menu.
ZONE ALARM
 ENT
From zone alarm use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Zone alarm reset association menu with the previously chosen telephone number.
9.1.8
In restore zone you programme the zones activating the phone calls.
ZONE Reset
• From the restore zone menu press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
Zones 1 - 8
————————
9.1.8.1
With zone 1 - 8 you programme which zone activates the phone call in the event of an alarm reset.
• For each zone group, write the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the zones which must activate the phone calls.
Fast mode: button 0 selects all and button 9 deselects all.
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
Zones 17 - 24
• To remove the association write the required number.
————————
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Reset from Zone Alarm menu
to go back
level.
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ZONE Reset
ENT
 From reset zone use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Telephone 1 programming menu.
9.1.9By selecting number 2, you select Phone Number 2 and scrolling through the programming seen above for Phone Num-
Telephone 1
ber 1 (starting from point 9.1.1) you can set all the parameters.
(max.
16)
• When you have finished programming all the required numbers, press to exit the single code programming and return
to the previous Phone Numbers menu.
to go back
Phone numbers
 ENT
From the Telephone numbers
menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Telephone Parameters Programming menu.
In telephone parameters you programme all the parameters for the telephone communications.
teleph. parameters 9.2
Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
9.2.1
A YES on send on reply makes the control unit send programmed vocal messages after a vocal reply to a call (e.g.
send on reply
Hello?).
yes
A NO makes the message start in any case, without waiting for a reply.
• Press CLR to change the settings.
9.2.2Attempts pause refers to the time in seconds between the second and third attempt if the set phone calls (see point
Attempts pause
9.1.7) obtain no reply.
60
(0 - 255 sec)
• Enter the seconds of the interval.
9.2.3Vocal repetition is the number of times the whole vocal message must be repeated for each voice call.
Vocal repetition
• Enter the required number.
3
(max. 8)
9.2.4
In pSTN rings you programme the number of phone rings read by the control unit on the cabled line; after this number
pSTN rings
the User Remote Connection will be activated.
0
(max. 14)
• Enter the required number.
9.2.5
In GSM rings you programme the number of phone rings read by the control unit on the GSM line; after this number
gsm rings
the User Remote Connection will be activated.
0
(max. 14)
• Enter the required number.
9.2.6
A YES on skip voice mail makes the control unit activate the function for User Remote Connection calls.
Skip voice mail
• By programming NO, the control unit will only check the number of phone rings seen in point 9.2.7.
no
9.2.7
In AUXILIARY CSM NUMBER programme the number of the message service centre when using a telephone operator
other than that indicated in the list in point 9.1.2.
• From the AUX CSM NUMBER menu press the ENT button to enter the programming.
AUX cSM NUMBER
 ENT
AUX cSM number
*****************
60
Programme the message service centre number.
• Press CLR to delete the current number.
• Write the new number.
• Press ENT to confirm the new number.
to go back
AUX cSM NUMBER
 ENT
From the Auxiliary CSM number use the down arrow PAR| to go to the SIM programming menu.
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9.2.8
A YES on rechargeable sim sets the inserted SIM as rechargeable, so it will be possible to know the residual credit
rechargeable SIM
and programme the annual expiry date.
no
• Press CLR to change the settings.
9.2.9A YES on number recognition makes the control unit able to recognise the calling number from those set and
number recognition
directly activate the user remote connection by pressing button 3 on the phone, and if programmed, the active outputs.
no
• Press CLR to change the settings.
9.2.10ring back is an unused function.
ring back
• Press CLR to change the settings.
yes
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Telephone Parameter Settings menu level.
teleph. parameters
 ENT
From the Telephone Parameters menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Associated Events Programming menu.
In associated events you programme the events that must be communicated for every phone number.
Associated events 9.3
Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
phones 1 - 8
9.3.1
For all the following events to be associated to the telephone numbers, comply with the following instructions:
• for each group of phone numbers, enter the number 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 for the digits to be associated.
————————
phones 9 - 16
————————
Fast mode: button 0 selects all and button 9 deselects all.
• The symbol will come on to confirm the association.
• To remove the association write the required number.
• Press ESC| to exit the programming.
to go back
tamper
 ENT
9.3.2
In tamper you program which phone numbers will be sent the communication of the tamper-proof device,
siren fault, anti-theft device fault and sensor fault.
masking
 ENT
9.3.3
In masking you programme the telephone number the masking communication is sent to.
zone bypassed
 ENT
9.3.4
In bypass zone you programme which phone numbers will be sent notification of the zone bypassed.
on - off area 1
 ENT
9.3.5
In on - off area 1 you programme the phone numbers which will be sent the arming and disarming communication for Area 1.
9.3.6
In on - off area 8 you programme the phone numbers which will be sent the arming and disarming communication for Area 8.
on - off area 8
 ENT
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No mains
 ENT
9.3.7
In no mains you programme the phone numbers which will be sent the no mains voltage communication.
no battery
 ENT
9.3.8In no battery you programme the phone numbers which will be sent the no battery communication.
low battery
 ENT
9.3.9
In low battery you programme the phone numbers which will be sent the low battery communication.
9.3.10
In BATT.LOW RF programme the telephone number to send the low battery level message relating to any one
of the radio frequency detectors.
9.3.11
In survival you programme the phone numbers to be sent the notification on the selftest completed on the
control unit power supplies as programmed in point 7.2.2.
9.3.12WATCHDOG refers to a special control function on the control unit microprocessor; in the event of serious
electrical disturbances, this check restarts the system without losing any date in the control unit. Here you can
programme the phone numbers to be sent a notification of the restart.
9.3.13
You can programme the phone numbers to be sent the notification that a User ID has been entered in the
keypad.
9.3.14
You can programme the phone numbers to be sent the notification that a Emergency User ID has been
entered in the keypad.
• The Emergency ID is the code originating from the User ID to which a unit is added.
• It is used to manage all the control unit functions, such as User ID it originates from, and in addition can
activate silent calls and, where programmed, also the secondary relay (see point 5.2.8).
9.3.15In medical dispatch you programme which phone number to send a silent panic call to by pressing INT
and 4 on the keypad together.
9.3.16In panic dispatch you programme which phone number to send a silent medical call to by pressing INT and
6 on the keypad together.
9.3.17
In fire dispatch you programme which phone number to send a silent fire call to by pressing INT and 4 on
the keypad together.
9.3.18
In sim not charged you programme which phone number to send a communication to when the credit
reaches 5 EUR.
CAUTION: For Vodafone SIMs the residual credit text is no longer available and therefore the functions of
the By-alarm system correlated to this service cannot be used.
9.3.19In sim expiry you programme the phone number to send a communication to when the programmed expiry
date is reached.
•T
he SIM duration is one year from the last top up and is a parameter which must be programmed by the user
whenever the sim is charged.
• You are advised to enter a date at least one month prior to the effective expiry date.
•A
n expired SIM cannot be renewed or charged, and the whole amount of the residual credit is lost.
BATT.LOW RF
 ENT
self-test
 ENT
watchdog
 ENT
user ID
 ENT
emergency code
 ENT
Medical disp.
 ENT
Panic disp.
 ENT
Avail. FIRE
 ENT
SIM not charged
 ENT
SIM expiring
 ENT
As there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Associated Events Settings
to go back
menu level.
Associated events
 ENT
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From the Associated Events menu use the down arrow PAR| to view the Vocal Message Programming menu.
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9.4
In the vocal messages menu you programme the communication method for each control unit input.
vocal messages
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
9.4.1
Select the number of the zone you wish to programme.
Num. Zone:
1
• Enter the number of the zone number you wish to programme.
(max. 24)
•W
ith the down arrow PAR| go to the Programming of all parameters of the chosen zone.
9.4.2In vocal messages you programme the type of communication for the chosen zone.
vocal messages
Examples:
•b
y programming type 1 (theft) for zone 1, an alarm in this zone will send a communica1
(max. 12)
tion of the following type for digital protocols, voice communications and SMS messages:
THEFT ALARM ZONE 1.
• programming type 6 (panic), the communication will be: ZONE 1 PANIC ALARM
Enter the number of the required mode by consulting the table below:
Prog.
Function type
1
Theft
2
Tamper
Custom word
0
(max. 24)
Description
Theft alarm in the associated zone
Tamper (anti-tamper) alarm in the associated zone
3
Fire
Fire alarm in the associated zone
4
Gas
Gas alarm in the associated zone
5
Technical
6
Panic
Panic alarm in the associated zone
7
Doctor
Medical alarm in the associated zone
8
Emergency
9
Heat
Heat alarm in the associated zone
10
Cold
Cold alarm in the associated zone
11
Flooding
Flooding alarm in the associated zone
12
Sprinkler
Sprinkler Alarm for the associated zone (sprinkling in progress)
Technical alarm in the associated zone (generic technical)
Emergency alarm in the associated zone
9.4.3
With customised word you can add a word to specify the alarm in the zone that caused it to the vocal
message.
Examples: • by programming type 1 (theft) for zone 1 and associating word 1 programmed with the entry,
an alarm in this zone will send the following type of message for voice communications: THEFT
ALARM ZONE 1 ENTRY.
• Enter the number of the word to add.
• To record customised words see point 9.5.2.
Num. Zone:
1
(max. 24)
9.4.4
As there are no more parameters to be programmed for the selected zone, return to the zone number
programming menu.
• Selecting number 2, you select Zone 2 and, scrolling through the programming seen above for Zone 1 (starting from point 9.4.1) you can programme all the parameters.
• When you have finished programming all the required numbers, press ESC| to exit the individual zone
programming and return to the previous Vocal Messages menu.
to go back
vocal messages
 ENT
From the vocal messages menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Recordings Programming menu.
9.5
In recordings you record the user address, which is an integral part of the vocal communication and any customised
words (see point 9.4.3). These messages, lasting 10 s, are recorded by speaking through a phone with buttons that
is connected to the voice synthesis module 01713; the recording can be started/stopped either with the keypad
01705 or with the connected phone's buttons.
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
Recordings
 ENT
9.5.1
In area addresses you record the user addresses for each area; every message will precede all voice
communications for this area. (e.g. Home of Rossi Carlo - Piazza Europa 32 - Padua).
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
area addresses
 ENT
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9.5.1.1In message # you record the first of the 8 possible user addresses preceding all vocal phone communications (e.g. Home of Rossi Carlo - Piazza Europa 32 - Rome).
message1
(max. 8)
9.5.1.2
In listen to message you can check the recorded message.
listen to mess.
• Press ENT to change the settings.
 ENT
• The 10 seconds of available recording scroll on the keypad display.
9.5.1.3
In recording you record the message for the user address.
recording• Press ENT to change the settings.
 ENT
• The 10 seconds of available recording scroll on the keypad display.
•S
elect message 2 and scroll through the programming seen above for Message 1 (starting from
point 9.5.1.1 in this page) you can record all the other possible addresses.
• Having finished programming all the required numbers, press ESC| to exit the single zone programming and return to the previous Area Addresses Settings menu.
to go back
area addresses
 ENT
From the Area Addresses menu use the down arrow PAR| to go to the Recording Customised Words menu.
record words
 ENT
9.5.2
In record words you can record up to a maximum of 32 words, where each will be added to the vocal
message to better specify the zone causing the alarm (see point 9.4.3). These messages, lasting 3 s, are
recorded by speaking through a phone with buttons that is connected to the voice synthesis module 01713.
The recording can be started/stopped only with the keypad 01705, therefore it should be momentarily
taken near to the control unit to which you connect the phone; alternatively, use an additional keypad to be
configured in the system which must then be removed after making the recording.
• Press ENT to enter the settings.
9.5.2.1Select the number of the message you wish to programme.
Message 1
• Enter the number of the message corresponding to the word to be programmed.
(max. 24)
•W
ith the down arrow PAR| go to the Programming all parameters of the chosen telephone number.
9.5.2.2
In listen to message you can check the recorded message.
listen to mess.
• Press ENT to change the settings.
 ENT
• The 3 seconds of available recording scroll on the keypad display.
9.5.2.3
In recording you record the message for the user address.
recording• Press ENT to enter the settings.
 ENT
- The 3 seconds of available recording scroll on the keypad display.
•S
elect message 2 and scroll through the programming seen above for Message 1 (starting from
point 9.5.2.1 in this page) you can record all the other possible words.
•H
aving finished programming all the required words, press ESC| to exit the single zone programming and return to the previous Record Words Settings menu.
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record words
 ENT
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Recordings Menu level.
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Telephone
recordings
 ENT
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to return to the Telephone Settings menu level.
dialler
 ENT
to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to completely exit the Control unit Programming.
system test
ent=yesesc=no
his menu is used to activate a system test
T
• Press ENT to enter the system test.
control
unit tamper
closed
ll the control unit tamper, i.e. the anti-tamper functions on the system, are closed.
A
• Press the arrow key PAR| to continue the test.
code
zones
1-8
—A——————
o assess zones 1 - 8, see the table to the side.
T
• Press the arrow key PAR| to continue the test.
zones
17- 24
????????
In zones 17 - 24, the zones from 17 to 24 are not programmed.
• Press the arrow key PAR| to continue the test.
the inp-.exp. 1 - 4, i.e. the input expansion modules, are functioning correctly.
• Press the arrow key PAR| to continue the test.
he keypads 1 - 4, i.e. the input expansion modules, are functioning correctly.
T
• Press the arrow key PAR| to continue the test.
he output expansions1 - 6 are functioning correctly.
T
• Press the arrow key PAR| to continue the test.
description
TO
alarm
M
masking
T
tamper
X
not used
?
not associated
inp. exp.
1-4
——————
keypads
1-4
——————
Output
exp. 1 … 6
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to go backAs there are no more parameters to be programmed, press ESC| to completely exit the Control unit Programming.
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Programming the control unit with By-Alarm Manager software
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Procedure to enable settings with By-alarm Manager
The connection between the PC and the By-alarm control unit is done via the configuration interface 01725 following the instructions given in the instruction sheet.
1. CONNECT THE CONTROL UNIT (CONNECTOR CN3) TO THE PC (USB PORT) VIA THE SETTINGS INTERFACE 01725
Note: If the PC has only USB ports and no serial port simply use a USB-RS232 converter.
The installation of the converter driver will allow the operating system to map the USB port as a virtual COM to which a number will be assigned (visible from the Windows
Control unit) with which it will univocally be identified; this number is the one to enter in the By-alarm Manager software in the Connection to control unit window.
2. PREPARE THE CONTROL UNIT FOR CONNECTION:
a) Use keypad 01705 to enter the programming menu entering the installer ID (the default code for all control units is 123456).
b) Activate the connection with the PC.
- select the Settings e menu and press ENT.
- scroll through the menu as far as PC <--> Control unit and press ENT.
- press CLR to view YES.
- press ESC to exit the menu.
d) press ESC repeatedly to completely exit the control unit programming menu.
3. PREPARE THE PC FOR CONNECTION:
a) Run the By-alarm Manager software and open the system programming window.
b) Select the folder New to open a new system and enter the characterising data (Name, etc.).
b) Select New-> System Programming and indicate the type of control unit installed (art. 01700 or 01700.120).
4. START COMMUNICATION:
a) Select the control unit just set up; the general System Programming screen is displayed.
b) Click on Connect and set the required COM port by clicking on Open Peripherals Management.
c) C
lick on Start connection to start the communication session.
IMPORTANT: At the end of the local connection disable the connection between the PC and the control unit; to do so, run the procedure indicated in point 2 setting NO (press
CLR) in option PC <--> Control unit.
If the Web Server 01945-01946 and the By-alarm interface to the Ethernet network 01712 are present in the system, do not run the disconnection procedure.
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