English user guide book.book

English user guide book.book
NX-10
Alarm system user manual
1060792
Copyright(c) 2010 UTC Fire & Security. All rights reserved.
Manufacturer
UTC Fire & Security Americas Corporation, Inc. 1275 Red Fox Rd., Arden Hills, MN 55112-6943, USA
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UTC Fire & Security B.V.
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Certification
EN 50131-1 System requirements
EN 50131-3 Control and indicating equipment
EN 50131-6 Power Supplies
EN 50131-5-3 Requirements for interconnections equipment using radio frequency techniques
EN 50136-1-1 Alarm systems - Alarm Transmission systems
EN 50136-2-1 General requirements for alarm transmission equipment
PSTN transmission path: ATS Class 2 (D2, M2, T2, S0, I0) with notification options A, B, C
GPRS transmission path: ATS Class 5 (D3, M3, T4, S2, I3) with notification options A, B, C, D
Security Grade 2, Environmental class II
Tested and certified by Telefication B.V.
1999/5/EC (R&TTE directive): Hereby, UTC Fire & Security declares that this device is in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
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waste in the European Union. See the product documentation for specific battery information. The battery is marked
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Contents
Menu map ....................................................................................................4
Adjusting the keypad settings ............................................................22
LCD keypad ..................................................................................................6
Adjusting the LCD display .....................................................................23
Keypad keys ................................................................................................7
Reading the event log .............................................................................24
LCD icons ......................................................................................................8
Changing phone numbers ....................................................................25
Using the NX-10 menus .........................................................................9
Setting up light control ...........................................................................26
Preparing your system ...........................................................................10
Activating your light control system ................................................27
Arming and disarming using a single-partition keypad .........11
Up/downloading data ............................................................................28
Arming and disarming using a master keypad ..........................12
Testing your system ................................................................................29
Disarming your system after an alarm ...........................................13
Adding and deleting cards ...................................................................30
Resetting fire detectors ..........................................................................14
Service messages ..................................................................................... 31
Using life safety functions .....................................................................15
Glossary .........................................................................................................34
Viewing the status of a zone ...............................................................16
Battery replacement ..............................................................................36
Bypassing one or more zones .............................................................17
EN50131 Mode............................................................................................37
Changing your user code and name ...............................................18
Changing another user’s code and name .....................................19
Changing user rights ...............................................................................20
Setting the system time and date .....................................................21
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Menu map
User Menu
Bypass Zones
Group Bypass
Log Review
Mand. Event Log*
Alarm Memory
Service Check
Zone 1-8
Zone 9-16
Zone 17-24
Zone 25-32
Zone 33-40
Zone 41-48
User Details
User Code
Language
Name
Users**
Users 1-10
Users 11-20
Users 21-30...
(1) Zone 1
(2) Zone 2
(3) Zone 3...
Add User Code
Authority
Control Outputs
Outputs
NX-1701 Proximity Readers***
Add One Card
Add Multiple Cards
Activate Card
Deactivate Card
Delete One Card
Partitions
Language
Name
Delete User
Output 1
Output 2
Output 3...
Arm Only After Closing
Arm Only
Arm/Disarm
Master Code
Bypass Zones
Reports Open/Close
* displayed in EN50131 Mode only
** displayed if the user is a master user
**** available only if installed
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Menu map
User Menu
Walktest
Keypad Volume
LCD Contrast
LCD Brightness
LCD & Self Test
Manual Dialer Test*
Master Mode**
Silent Exit
Detector Reset
Backlight Always On
Set Date/Time
Light Control
Device 1
Device 2
Device 3...
Phone Numbers
Phone Number 1
Phone Number 2
Phone Number 3
Download
Answer U/D Call
Begin U/D Call
Module Number
House Code
Change Batteries**
Quick User Menu
Bypass Zones
Group Bypass
Alarm Memory
Service Check
Light Control
Detector Reset
Chime
Download
Zone 1-8
Zone 9-16
Zone 17-24
Zone 25-32
Zone 33-40
Zone 41-48
Answer U/D Call
Begin U/D Call
(1) Zone 1
(2) Zone 2
(3) Zone 3...
* displayed in EN50131 Mode only
** not displayed in EN50131 Mode
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LCD keypad
Status indicator
Alphanumeric display
Status icons, see page 8.
Function keys: Preset function keys
(Arm Away, Stay Mode, Disarm, Night
Mode, Bypass Zones), see page 7.
NO: A rejection and navigation key.
OK*: An acceptance and navigation key.
LCD display: System status information,
menu options and other information that is
entered are displayed here.
F1, F2, F8: Programmable keys that are
set by the installer.
F1:
F2:
F8:
: Navigation and editing keys.
: A key that toggles Chime mode on
and off.
#: A key that activates the function of the
next key that is pressed.
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Keypad keys
Arm Away
Press the navigation keys to scroll through menu lists and options. If
you want to turn on a screensaver immediately, press at the same time
Arm Stay
both
keys. When in master mode or not in a menu:
•
Press
to display bypassed zones.
Press to arm the system in Stay mode. When in the menu, press
to display problem zones.
to scroll to the start of the LCD message. If configured this way by the • Press
installer you can use this key to toggle the Stay/Instant mode of the
When editing text and phone numbers:
armed partition.
• Press
to overwrite or insert text.
• Press
to delete text.
Press to arm the system in Away mode.
Disarm
Press to disarm the selected partition. This key works in the
Master mode only. When in the menu, press to scroll to the end of the
LCD message.
Bypass Zone
Press to select (or deselect) a zone to bypass.
Night Mode
Press to arm the system in Night mode.
Chime
Press to toggle Chime mode on and off.
F1, F2, F8
These keys can be programmed by the installer to perform certain
functions.
NO
• Press NO to cancel a change to the menu selection or
• navigate to a higher level in the menu structure or
• cancel a sequence when entering numeric data.
Note: It is recommended to always use the NO key to wake up a keypad.
OK*
•
•
•
•
Press OK to activate the menu or
accept selection changes or
move forward in the menu structure or
complete a sequence when entering numeric data.
#
Press the # key to display problems in the system.
When editing text and phone numbers:
• Press # F4 (or ) to move to the first character or number.
• Press # F5 (or ) to move to the last character or number.
to delete from the current position to the end.
• Press #
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LCD icons
Power
Bypass
Full/Part
armed
If power is present, the left icon is
displayed. If power is failing, the right
icon shows up.
In MASTER mode, the left icon shows
up if ANY partition is bypassed. In
PARTITION mode, the right icon is
being displayed if ANY zone is
bypassed.
In MASTER mode, the FULL icon (left)
shows up only if ALL partitions are
ARMED, while the PART icon (right)
shows up if NOT ALL partitions are
ARMED.
Chime
In CHIME mode, this icon will be ON,
otherwise OFF.
Fire
This icon indicates that a fire zone or
the fire keypad function has been
activated.
This icon indicates RF-link field
strength.
Battery
Low
If the keypad battery is low, this icon
is flashing ON and OFF.
Alarm
This icon flashes ON and OFF in case
of an alarm condition.
Trouble
This icon indicates a system trouble
condition, for example, day zone
trouble or AC power loss.
Stay/Night
mode
In PARTITION mode, the STAY icon
(left) shows up if armed and staying,
and the NIGHT icon (right) if the night
function is enabled.
Service
Away
In PARTITION mode, one of these
icons shows up if armed and leaving,
the left one if ANY zone is bypassed,
the right one if NO zone is bypassed.
This icon is ON in case the system
needs to be serviced. You can display
a service message with the # key.
Ready to
arm
If the system is OK to arm, the V-sign
icon is displayed. If it is NOT OK to
arm, the V-sign disappears. In case
the force armable zone is open, it will
flash on and off.
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Using the NX-10 menus
Quick User menu
You can access a limited number of menu options, without entering a
user code, through the Quick User menu. Press OK, and then press
keys to enter and navigate the command menu.
Changing the user interface language
To change the language on your keypad, press OK repeatedly to find
the required language. See page 22 for more information.
Navigating the menus
Press to move through different menu options.
The quick user menu and the user menu contain lists of entries such
as users and zones.
Press # to move to the same menu option for the previous entry in
the list. For example, if you are viewing the user code for user 2, press
to view the user code for user 1.
#
to move to the same menu option for the next entry in the
Press #
list. For example, if you viewing the user code for user 2, press #
to
view the user code for zone 3.
User menu
Your user code allows you to perform certain keypad functions
through the user menu. A master user code allows you to perform ALL
keypad functions. A master user is the only person allowed to edit user
information and rights in the system. To access the user menu, press
OK at the default display and enter your user code. Only those menu
to navigate
options to which you have rights are displayed. Press
the user menu.
Note
Your keypad may work slightly differently, depending on how it was set
up by your installer.
Exiting the menu system
•
•
Press ## to display the OK to Exit prompt (if editing data, press
NO first).
Press OK at this prompt to exit the menu system.
Note: The keypad may timeout from the menu system and return to
the default display.
Note: Press NO key to clear any incorrectly entered user code or other
information.
Note: After exiting the menu or after waking up, the wireless keypad
checks the system state for about 3 seconds. Please allow appropriate
time for the wireless keypad to finish its actions.
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Preparing your system
Before you can arm your system, you must ensure that all partitions are closed. An LCD message is displayed when the system is not ready
to be armed, and the V-sign icon disappears from a display.
1. If your system is NOT ready to be armed, check if a door or window is
open.
........
2. Press
........
to view all problem zones.
System Not Ready
For Help Press
•
Any open zones are shown. Close the zones before you arm the system.
If you try to arm with open zones, the keypad beeps.
........
nnn Open
<description>
•
Any tamper zones are shown. A tamper indicates a system fault and
you should contact your installer to fix it.
........
nnn Tamper
<description>
­
3. Press OK or NO key to return to the default display.
........
4. Press to view all bypassed zones. For more information on bypassing
zones, see page 17.
........
5.
........
nnn Bypass
<description>
........
System Ready
Type Code to Arm
Any bypassed zones are shown. Ensure that these zones need to be
bypassed.
6. Your system is ready to be armed.
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Arming and disarming using a single-partition keypad
A keypad can be programmed as a single-partition keypad or a master keypad. A single-partition keypad allows you to arm one partition
only while a master keypad allows you to arm one or more partitions. Both keypad modes allow you to bypass zones within the partition(s)
you are arming. For more information on bypassing zones, see page 17.
1. Unblank the keypad, if necessary, by pressing the NO key, and then
enter your user code at the system prompt. You can also press the
function key to do it immediately.
........
System Ready
Type Code to Arm
2. The keypad starts to blip and the system begins to arm.
........
System Arming
Leave Now
3. Leave the building. The keypad blips increase during the last 10
seconds of the exit time.
4.
When the exit time expires, your system is armed and the keypad
sounds continuously for 2 seconds. The status indicator lights red.
Disarming your system
........
........
System Armed
All Zones Secure
........
1. When you open the door to enter the secured partition, the entry delay
starts and the keypad sounds continuously.
........
2. Enter your user code. When entering code, the number of code digits
entered is displayed in the right lower corner (1, 2, 3, etc.).
Your system is disarmed and the keypad sounder stops. The status indicator
changes to green.
Note: Press NO key to clear any incorrectly entered user code or other
information.
........
........
Type code to
Disarm
­
System Ready
Type Code to Arm
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Arming and disarming using a master keypad
A master keypad allows you to arm one or more partitions. Arm Away key arms your entire system (except bypassed zones). Arm Stay key
part arms your system (except interior and bypassed zones) when you want to allow people to remain inside. For more information on
bypassing zones, see page 17.
1. Unblank the keypad, if necessary, by pressing the NO key, and then
enter your user code at the system prompt.
........
System Ready
Type Code to Arm
2. The current status of the partitions set in the system is displayed.
9 Partition is disarmed.
Partition is part armed.
Partition is fully
armed.
3. Press a partition number to include it in the set of partitions that you
want to arm (or disarm). Press 0 to include all partitions.
........
1
4. Included partitions are marked with ‘?’ In this case, partitions 1 and 4
are included in the set.
........
•
........
•
•
Press
to am away or
to arm stay the set of partitions.
Press
to arm in night mode. The keypad starts to blip and the system begins to arm.
When the exit time expires, the selected partitions are armed and the
keypad sounds continuously for two seconds. When all partitions are
armed the status indicator changes to red. If any partition is disarmed
the status indicator stays green.
Select partitions and press
during the exit time to stop arming
the selected partitions and silence the keypad.
Note: When you open the door to enter the secured partition, the entry delay
starts, Type Code to Disarm message displays, and the keypad sounds
continuously. It stops when you disarm the selected partitions.
2
9 9
4
9
­
........
........
3
1
?
2
9
3
4
?
\
1
2
3
4
2
3
4
9
\
........
........
1
9 9 9 9
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Disarming your system after an alarm
There are several different types of alarm. A burglary alarm and a tamper alarm activate a continuous siren. A fire alarm activates a pulsed
siren. All alarms cause the keypad to beep rapidly. For information on responding to a fire alarm, see page 14. If the EN50131 Mode is set
in the system, see page 38 for a description of the system behavior and the fault acknowledging/overriding procedure.
1. Enter your code to disarm the system. When entering code, the number
of code digits entered is displayed in the right lower corner (1, 2, 3, etc.).
........
2. The siren stops ringing, the keypad stops beeping and the alarm
memory is displayed.
........
3. The alarm memory displays the zone(s) where the alarm has occurred.
In this case, a burglary alarm occured in zone 8.
........
4. Press the
keys to scroll through the different zones listed in
the alarm memory.
........
5. Press OK. Your system is ready to be armed.
........
­
8 Alarm Memory
Zone 8
OK
System Ready
Type Code to Arm
Note: You can view the alarm memory at any time from the quick user
menu or user menu. Enter the quick user menu by pressing OK and then
pressing
key, select Alarm Memory and press OK.
Note: Press NO key to clear any incorrectly entered user code or other
information.
If you want to enable a screensaver immediately, press at the same time
both
keys.
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Resetting fire detectors
A fire alarm can occur when your system is armed or disarmed. A fire alarm sounds a pulsed siren and causes the keypad to beep rapidly.
The fire alarm icon is displayed. To turn off a fire alarm, enter your user code. You must also reset the fire detectors after a fire alarm. You
follow the same steps regardless of whether the fire alarm is automatically or manually activated.
1. Enter your user code to turn off the alarm. The siren stops ringing and
the keypad stops beeping. The fire alarm icon is still displayed.
........
2. The alarm memory displays the zone(s) where the fire alarm has
occurred.
3.
keys to scroll through the different zones listed in the
Press the
alarm memory. Press OK to leave the alarm memory.
........
........
5. Navigate with the
........
6. The fire detectors are reset, the fire alarm icon disappears and your
system is ready to be armed.
6 Alarm Memory
Zone 6
........
4. Press OK at the default display.
keys to Detector Reset and press OK.
­
........
OK
OK
Quick User Menu
Detector Reset
System Ready
Type Code to Arm
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Using life safety functions
Your system has three life safety functions. These functions allow you to manually activate a fire alarm, a medical alert or a personal attack
(panic) alarm. The function keys must be programmed by the installer.
Fire
Press Fire Alarm function key. A pulsed siren is activated, the keypad beeps
and a report is sent to the central station.
........
Medical
Press Medical Alert function key. A report is sent to the central station.
........
®
Personal attack
Press Panic function key. A continuous siren is activated, the keypad beeps
rapidly and a report is sent to the central station.
........
Note: If the installer has programmed the personal attack alarm to be silent,
a report is sent to the central station but the siren and keypad make no
sound.
When the screen saver is active, the alert keys (F1, F2, F8) do not work.
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Viewing the status of a zone
You can view all problem zones and bypassed zones. Any zones that are not included in these lists are closed and working normally. To view
problem and bypassed zones, press OK.
1. Press
to view all problem zones.
........
2. Any open zones or tamper zones are shown.
........
nnn Open
<description>
3. Press OK or NO to return to the default display.
........
System Ready
Type Code to Arm
4. Press
........
to view all bypassed zones.
5. Any bypassed zones are shown.
........
nnn Bypass
<description>
6. Press OK or NO to return to the default display.
........
System Ready
Type Code to Arm
Note: When previewing problem zones, you can immediately bypass any
zone displayed as off normal with the Bypass Zones function key
on
the keypad.
The problem zone is bypassed, and the keypad displays a star next to the
zone number.
*1 Open
Zone 1
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Bypassing one or more zones
You can specify a set of zones that will be bypassed when you arm your system. The selection is undone when you disarm the system. To
bypass zones, press OK and enter your user code to enter the user menu.
1. Navigate with the
keys to Bypass Zones and press OK.
OK
........
2. The zones are displayed in groups of eight. Select the group containing
the zone you want to bypass.
........
Bypass Zones
Zones 1-8
3. A list of all the zones that you can access is displayed. Scroll through the
list and press OK to add a particular zone to the set.
........
Zones 1-8
(2) Hall
4. To remove a zone from the set, scroll to the zone again and press OK.
........
OK
Note: The installer can set the keypad to indicate when a zone is bypassed.
When you arm the system and a zone is bypassed, the keypad beeps
rapidly.
You can also select zones to bypass with the Bypass Zones function key on
the keypad. Press to select a zone to bypass. The Enter Zone No. prompt
displays. Type the zone number and press OK. Repeat this action for
subsequent zones you want to bypass. To remove a zone from the bypassed
zone set, enter its number again.
Enter Zone No.
2
Note: The installer can set the keypad to require the user code when
selecting zones to bypass.
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Changing your user code and name
To change your own user code or name, press OK and enter your user code. The regular user has rights to edit his/her own name or user
code only.
1. Navigate with the
keys to User Details and press OK.
........
User Details
User Code
OK
2. Navigate with the
keys to User Code and press OK. Your code is
displayed as either a row of numbers or a row of dashes.
........
3. Press the number keys to enter a new four or six digit user code.
........
­
4. The new numbers overwrite the existing code. If your code is displayed
as dashes, the dashes change to stars. Press OK.
........
User Code
*____
5. If your code is displayed as a row of stars, re-enter it to confirm that it is
correct. Press OK.
........
Confirm
****
keys to Name and press OK. Your user name is
........
6. Navigate with the
displayed.
7. Press
to overwrite or insert text. Press
to delete text.
8. Press the character keys to enter a new name of up to 15 characters in
length and press OK.
OK
Code
OK
........
........
Name
John
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Setting another user’s code and name
To change another user’s code or name, enter a master user code. The default master user in a new system is User 1, and the default master
user code is 1234. For the safety reasons, you should change it to your own private code as soon as you start using the system.
keys to Users and press OK.
Navigate with the
1. A list of all users is displayed. They are displayed in groups of 10.
Users 1 - 10
........
2. Select the user group. Navigate with the
number and press OK.
keys to the relevant user
........
3. Scroll to Add User Code and press OK. The new user’s code is displayed
as either a row of numbers or a row of dashes.
........
4. Press the number keys to enter a new user code. The new numbers are
displayed or the dashes change to stars. Press OK
........
5. If the code is displayed as a row of stars, re-enter it to confirm that it is
correct. Press OK.
........
6. Scroll to Name and press OK. The user’s name is displayed.
........
7.
to overwrite or insert text. Press
to delete text. Enter a
Press
new name of up to 15 characters in length and press OK.
6. To delete the user scroll to Delete User and press OK. The user’s code
and name are deleted from the system.
........
........
+(1) User 3
OK
Add User Code
- - - -
­
OK
Confirm Code
****
OK
Name
Ann Lee
­
OK
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Changing user rights
You can set a user’s rights to arm, disarm, control outputs, send reports and bypass zones. You can also set the user’s code to be a master
code and specify the partitions the user can access. To do this, press OK and enter a master user code. In a new system the User 1 is the
keys to Users and press OK.
master user by default. Navigate with the
1. A list of all users is displayed. They are displayed in groups of 10.
........
2. Select the user group. Navigate with the
number and press OK.
........
OK
keys to the relevant user
Users 1 - 10
+(1) John Murphy
To select the functions a user can perform
•
Navigate with the
keys to Authority and press OK. A list of user
rights is displayed. See the glossary for more information.
........
OK
•
Scroll through the list of rights and press OK to assign rights to the
selected user. Select NO to return to the selected user number.
........
NO
........
OK
Important: When Control Outputs authority is selected for the user, this
user loses his/her master user rights, and is not able to edit any user
information! Remember to set this authority for regular user codes only!
To select the partitions a user can access
•
Navigate with the
keys to Partitions and press OK. The partitions
the user can access are listed.
•
Press a partition number to assign it to the selected user. Press the
number again to unassign the partition. Press OK.
........
Partitions
1 _ 3 4
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Setting the system time and date
keys to Set Date/Time and press OK. In the
To set the system time and date, press OK and enter a user code. Navigate with the
EN50131 Mode, the user is not allowed to set date and time, and this operation must be performed by the installer.
1. Scroll to Set Date/Time and press OK.
........
2. The current time is shown as day of the week, hours, minutes.
Depending on configuration set by the installer, the clock is displayed
as 12- or 24-hour clock. The current date is shown as dd.mm.yyyy.
........
key to increase the hour or press the
3. Press the
You can also enter digits from the keypad.
........
key to decrease it.
4. Press OK to accept the change and move on. Press NO to cancel the
change.
........
OK
Fri 11:56
27 Jun 2008
OK
NO
5. Proceed the same way to set the minute, year, month and day. The day
of the week is set automatically by the system.
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Adjusting the keypad settings
You can change the user interface language and the loudness of the keypad sounder. When you enter your user code, the menu is
displayed in the language associated with your code. You can change the language without entering your code. Available languages are
configured by the installer.
To change the user interface language
1. Press OK at the default display. Press OK again to display the default
display in a different language.
........
OK
2. Press OK until you find the language you require. All menu options
change to this language. Continue using the keypad as normal.
........
OK
........
OK
........
User Menu
Keypad Volume
OK
To change the loudness of the keypad sounder
1. Press OK and enter a user code. When entering code, the number of
digits entered is displayed in the right lower corner (1, 2, 3, etc.).
2. Navigate with the
keys to Keypad Volume and press OK.
3. The current volume is shown as a horizontal bar chart. Keypad keeps
beeping to help setting required volume.
) to decrease the volume, or F5 (
) to increase it, and
4. Press F4 (
press OK. It is not recommended to set the keypad volume to 0.
........
........
­
Keypad Volume
-------
---------
/
OK
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Adjusting the LCD display
You can change the contrast of the LCD display and the brightness of the backlighting. The LCD contrast has 10 levels. Both the LCD
brightness and keypad volume have 16 levels.
1. Press OK and enter a user code. When entering code, the number of
digits entered is displayed in the right lower corner (1, 2, 3, etc.).
........
OK
2. Scroll to LCD Contrast and press OK. The current LCD contrast is shown
as a horizontal bar chart.
........
LCD Contrast
3. Press F4 (
press OK.
) to decrease the contrast, or F5 (
) to increase it, and
........
4. Scroll to LCD Brightness and press OK. The current backlight brightness
is shown as a horizontal bar chart.
........
5. Press F4 (
press OK.
........
) to decrease the brightness, or F5 (
) to increase it, and
6. Scroll to Backlight Always On and press OK.
........
keys to Enabled or Disabled and press OK to
7. Navigate with the
turned the backlight on or off.
........
------
­
----
OK
/
LCD Brightness
---------------
OK
/
User Menu
Backlight Alwa>
OK
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Reading the event log
The event log displays the details of all the events that occur from when you turn your system on. The event description is as follows:
L1:
L2:
Event Type:
PN:
Partition Name:
Zone/User Name:
UN/ZN:
HH:MM:
DD/MM:
LOG:
Event Type PN Partition Name
HH:MM DD/MM UN/ZN Zone/User Name LOG
The type of event that occurred.
The number of the partition in which the event occurred.
The name of the partition in which the event occurred.
The zone name or user name.
The user number, zone number or device number.
The hour and the minute the event occurred.
The day and month the event occurred.
The position of the event in the event log.
To read the event log, press OK and enter a master user code.
1. Scroll to Log Review and press OK. The last event added to the log is
shown.
2. In this case, an alarm occurred in zone 48 in partition 3 (Warehouse) at
17:32 on September 25th. No report was sent to the central station.
........
3. Press F5 (
) to scroll horizontally and view the rest of the event
description.
........
4. In this case, the alarm occured in zone 168 (with the assigned zone
name Office). This is the 28th event in the log.
........
5. Press the
keys to scroll through the events in the log.
OK
........
Alarm P3 Warehouse
17:32 25/09 48
Warehouse
48 Office 028
........
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Changing phone numbers
In certain cases, you can change the phone number to which reports are sent. This way an alarm signal can be sent to your phone. You can
do this only if the existing phone numbers are configured to use either Siren Tone or voice protocol, and user phone editing is enabled by
the installer. Press OK and enter your user code.
1. Navigate with the
keys to Phone Numbers and press OK.
........
2. A list of three available phone numbers (1 to 3) is displayed. Scroll to the
relevant phone number and press OK.
........
) or F5 (
) to scroll to the required digit.
key to delete a single digit.
........
3. Press F4 (
Press the
4. Press # to move to the start of the phone number and then press #
to delete the whole number.
........
5. Enter a new number and press OK.
........
OK
Phone Numbers
Phone Number 1
/
#
­
#
OK
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Setting up light control
The light control system allows you to turn on devices in your house from your keypad. For example, you can turn on all the downstairs
lights in your house. To do this, you attach a programmable control to each light switch. You then use the keypad to assign the control to
the switch and specify the house that contains the switches.
­
........
OK
2. Scroll to Light Control and press OK.
........
User Menu
+Light Control
3. A list of all the configurable switches in your system is displayed. Each
switch has a unique identifying number.
........
Light Control
+Device 1
4. Navigate with the
........
1. Press OK and enter your user code. When entering code, the number of
digits entered is displayed in the right lower corner (1, 2, 3, etc.).
keys to the relevant switch and press OK.
OK
5. Scroll to Module Number and select the control that is attached to the
selected switch.
........
Device 1
Module Number
6. Scroll to House Code and select your house code with the
keys.
House code is always a single letter. Ensure that you turn on the
switches in the correct house!
........
Device 1
House Code
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Activating your light control system
The light control system allows you to turn on devices in your house from your keypad. To do this, press OK, and then press the
keys to Light Control and press OK.
enter the Quick User Menu. Navigate with the
1. A list of all the configured devices in your system is displayed. Each
device has a unique code.
........
2. Press the relevant number to add the device to the set of selected
devices. In this case, device 2 and 5 are selected.
........
or
to switch all selected devices on or off. The devices are
3. Press
turned on or off depending on their current state.
........
Devices
----------
On
Off
Devices
-2--5-----
On
Off
key, to
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Up/downloading data
The installer can use up/download software to program your system from a remote computer. For security reasons, the installer cannot do
this without your authorisation. To allow the installer to upload data, set the control panel to answer an up/download call from the installer’s
computer. To download data, set the control panel to make a call to the installer’s computer.
•
Press OK and enter the Quick User Menu with the
the
keys to Download and press OK.
key. Navigate with
........
OK
........
OK
To make a call
1. Navigate with the
keys to Begin U/D Call and press OK.
2. The control panel calls the computer. Downloading begins when the call
is answered.
........
Downloading
In Progress
To answer a call
1. Navigate with the
keys to Answer U/D call and press OK.
2. The control panel answers the computer and uploading begins.
OK
........
........
Downloading
In Progress
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Testing your system
You can perform various tests on your system to ensure that it is working correctly. To perform a service check, it is enough to enter the
Quick User Menu. To perform a walktest, you have to enter a master user code.
1. To test each sensor in your system, after entering a master user code,
scroll to Walktest and press OK. Enter each zone and check its sensors
(motion sensors, door/window sensors).
2. A chime sounds when you activate a zone and the zone status is
displayed on the LCD. If it is not, try to activate the zone again.
........
........
3. Enter your master user code to exit the walktest.
........
4. To view any system problems, such as a battery fault or damaged
phone line, scroll to Service Check and press OK.
........
5. If there are any problems, a service message is displayed on the LCD.
See page 31 for more information.
........
OK
Walktest
<results>
­
OK
Service Message
keys to scroll through the walktest and service check
Note: Use the
results on the LCD display.
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Adding and deleting cards
If you have a proximity reader installed, you can use a proximity card to activate various keypad functions by holding the card against
the reader. As a master user, you can add one or multiple cards to the system or delete existing cards. To do this, press OK and enter a
keys to NX-1701 Proximity Readers and press OK.
master code. Navigate with the
1. To add one card, navigate with the
press OK.
keys to Add One Card and
........
2. Enter the user number to be assigned to the card and press OK.
LED 1 on any enabled readers begins to flash.
........
3. Scan the card. If it is not already in the system, it is added and LED 1
stops flashing. If it is not in the system, the reader triple beeps.
........
4. To add multiple cards, navigate with the
keys to Add Multiple
Cards and press OK. Carry out step 2 and scan the first card.
........
5. If the user card is not already in the system, it is added and LED 1
continues flashing, indicating that the next card can be scanned.
........
6. To delete a card, navigate with the
keys to Delete One Card and
press OK. Carry out step 2 and scan the card.
........
7. The user card information for the re-entered user number is cleared
and LED 1 stops flashing.
........
OK
Enter User No.
123
OK
OK
Note: 40 seconds after you have finished scanning cards, all the readers in
the system are updated with the new card information.
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Service messages
The LCD displays service messages as a result of manual and automatic tests. If you cannot solve the problem, contact the installer.
When the keypad beeps due to a fault condition, press the # key to view the fault condition information.
Reason
Action
Panel
Over-Current
The control panel has detected an
excessive amount of current being
drawn from an output.
Contact the installer.
Panel
Siren Fault
The connection to the control
panel’s siren is broken.
Contact the installer.
Panel
Box Tamper
There has been interference with the
control panel casing.
Check the casing for damage. If
there is no damage, close it securely.
Panel
Line Fault
The phone line connected to the
control panel is not working
properly.
Ensure that the phone line is connected
properly. In the EN50131 mode select
the Manual Dialer Test user menu
option to test communication.
Panel
Fail to Communicate
The control panel tried to send a
message to the central station but
failed.
Ensure that the phone line is connected
properly. In the EN50131 mode select
the Manual Dialer Test user menu
option to test communication.
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Service messages
Reason
Action
Panel
Loss of Time
The control panel has had a total
loss of power and the clock must be
reset.
See page 21 for information on
setting the system clock.
Panel
Mains Fault
The mains power supply to the
control panel is missing.
Reconnect the power supply and
ensure it is working properly.
Panel
Low Battery
The standby battery for the control
panel is low.
Contact the installer.
Remote
Over-Current
The control panel has detected an
excessive amount of current being
drawn from an expansion module.
Contact the installer.
Remote
Fail to Communicate
A reporting module tried to send a
message to the central station but
failed.
Ensure that the phone service is
available and the module is
connected and working properly.
Remote
Mains Fault
The mains power supply is not
connected to an expansion module
power supply.
Reconnect the mains power supply
and ensure it is working properly.
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Service messages
Reason
Action
Remote
Low Battery
The standby battery in an expansion
module is low.
Contact the installer.
Remote
Box Tamper
There has been interference with the
casing of an expansion module.
Check the casing for damage. If
there is no damage, close it securely.
Remote
Trouble
An expansion module or keypad is
not reporting to the control panel.
Ensure that the module is connected
properly to the control panel.
Remote
Siren Fault
The connection to an expansion
module’s siren is broken.
Contact the installer.
Zone Problem
Press OK
There is a problem with a zone. Press
OK to identify the zone(s) and the
problem condition.
Contact the installer.
Remote
RF (FM) Jammed
There has been interference with the
FM radio transmission (keypads) or
AM radio transmission (sensors).
It may indicate an intentional
interference. If the problem persists
contact the installer.
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Glossary
Central station
A remote location that is designed to monitor signals and reports from alarm systems and summon assistance if
necessary.
Control Outputs
A menu option that assigns a code to the
selected user to only arm the system after
a certain time.
A yes/no option that enables/disables the
Outputs menu. Important: When Control
Outputs authority is selected for the user,
this user loses his/her master user rights!
Remember to set this authority for regular
user codes only!
Control panel
Arm Only
A menu option that assigns a code to the
selected user that only arms the system.
The central point of an alarm system monitoring the detection devices and activating any number of signalling devices.
Detector Reset
Bypass Zones
A menu option that specifies the rights of
the selected user to bypass zones. (Authority menu group)
A menu option that resets the fire detectors after an alarm. The fire alarm icon is
displayed (also keypad beeps if you arm)
until the detectors have been reset.
Disarmed
Selected zones are not protected.
Event log
A temporary log containing all the alarms
and faults that occurred while the system
is on (either armed or disarmed).
Expansion module
A module that can be added to the control
panel to increase its functionality. For example, a keypad, audio panel or a card
reader.
Alarm memory
A list of alarms and where they occurred
since the system was last armed.
Partition
A group of zones which operate as a unit.
A partition is also known as an area.
Arm/Disarm
A menu option that assigns a code to the
selected user that arms or disarms the
system depending on its current status.
Armed
Selected zones are protected.
Arm Only After Closing
A menu option that specifies the zones to
be bypassed.
Bypassed zones
Buzzer
Zones that are left open when the rest of
the system is armed. They can be entered
without triggering an alarm.
A local low volume vibrating audio output,
typically located in the keypad.
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Glossary
Installer
The person who installs and programs
the system.
Keypad sounder
An audible signal that is sounded by the
keypad. This can be programmed to
sound at various times.
Master Code
A menu option that assigns a master
code to the selected user. This is an arm/
disarm code that can program other
user codes provided it has access to the
same partitions as the user code.
Master mode
The mode in which a control panel can
arm multiple partitions.
Outputs
A menu option that sets a user’s rights to
control the control panel’s auxiliary outputs. These outputs must be programmed by the installer.
Problem zone
A zone that prevents the system being
armed. A problem zone typically has an
open window or door (open zone) or a
tamper has occured on the zone (tamper
zone).
Reports Open/Close
A menu option that sets the code of the
selected user to report arms (close) and
disarms (open).
Sensor
A device that detects violations and reports them to the control panel. Sensors
include door and window contacts or any
device used to inform the control panel of
a particular condition.
Single-partition mode
The mode in which a control panel can
arm one partition only.
Tamper
Interference with the system such as an
open casing.
Up/download
Management software that can read the
software system programming information (upload) or modify or replace the system information if necessary (download).
User Authority
A menu option that displays user rights.
User code
A four or six digit code used to arm or disarm the system and access the User
menu.
Number of code combinations: from
10,000 (4 digits) to 1 million (6 digits). There
are no disallowed codes.
Wireless zone
A sensor that transmits to the control panel via a radio receiver rather than being
directly wired to the control panel.
Zone
An partition guarded by a group of one or
more detection devices.
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Battery replacement
Any user can replace the wireless keypad batteries supplying power
for the backlighting. Only the master user is allowed to replace the
operating batteries.
Operating battery replacement
The master user is allowed to perform the operating battery
replacement according to the following procedure:
Backlight battery replacement
The backlighting battery replacement procedure is as follows:
• Remove the wireless keypad from the wall if placed there. Please
note, that depending on the configuration selected by the installer,
the user may or may not be able to remove the keypad from the
wall.
• Press the backlighting battery compartment cover on the back
side of the keypad housing with your thumb and slide the cover
downwards.
• Replace the two batteries with two new Duracell or Energizer "AA"
batteries. Do not use a different type of batteries. Always use batteries that are from the same batch, and always replace all batteries
with fresh ones simultaneously.
• Slide the battery compartment cover back into place.
• Dispose the old batteries according to local regulations.
Note: In the EN50131 Mode, the user is allowed to replace backlight
batteries only, and operating batteries must be replaced by the
installer.
• Disarm the system.
• Press OK and enter your master user code to open the User Menu.
keys to Change Batteries and press OK.
• Navigate with the
Note, that Change Batteries option in User Menu is available only
when keypad partitions are disarmed.
• Open the backlight battery compartment as described above.
• Unscrew two screws inside the backlight battery compartment.
• Open the operating battery compartment and replace all four
batteries. You have 5 minutes to finish this operation. You can use
Duracell or Energizer "AA" batteries only. Always use batteries that
are from the same batch, and always replace all batteries with fresh
ones simultaneously.
• After replacing batteries, you have to close the battery compartment in 30 seconds.
• If "Type # to finish" message is displayed, press the # key to restore
normal keypad operation.
CAUTION: Batteries can explode or cause burns when
recharged, incorrectly (dis)assembled, or exposed to fire or
high temperatures. Dispose of used battery according to
battery directive instructions and/or as required by local laws. Keep
away from children.
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EN50131 Mode
EN50131 Mode is set by the installer. It changes the way a number of
standard system functions are performed in order to be compliant
with the EN50131 standard.
During the Keypad Keypress Tamper all pressed keys are ignored.
This state is indicated on a display by the message "Keypad Locked".
Installer’s access rights in the EN50131 Mode
Keypad battery replacement
The user is allowed to replace backlight batteries only. Operating
batteries must be replaced by the installer. Therefore, the User Menu
option, Change Batteries, is not displayed in the EN50131 Mode.
The installer is not allowed to access the system without the user’s
permission. Before the installer is able to enter the installer code, the
user must cancel the active screen saver by entering the user code.
Mandatory event log
Setting date and time
In the EN50131 Mode, the user is not allowed to set date and time.
This operation must be performed by the installer.
Screen saver
In the EN50131 Mode, the screen saver functionality is always active.
The screen saver turns on after 30 seconds of the user’s inactivity.
You can also turn it on manually by pressing both arrow keys
simultaneously. To cancel the screen saver you have to enter your
user code. When the screen saver is active, the alert keys (F1, F2, F8)
do not work.
In the EN50131 Mode, there are two logs: the regular event log and
the mandatory event log. The mandatory event log contains events
that are mandatory to register according to the EN50131 standard.
It can be previewed the same way as the regular log (see page 24). It
can be accessed with the User Menu>Mandatory Event Log menu
option.
Manual Dialer Test
This menu option is added to the User Menu in the EN50131 Mode. It
allows the user to manually test the dialer when the dialer fault is
signalled by the system.
Keypad keypress tamper
In the EN50131 Mode, invalid code entry attempts are limited to 5.
After 5 incorrect attempts the keypad gets disabled for 90 seconds.
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EN50131 Mode
Master Mode
User menu option, Master Mode, is not displayed in the EN50131
mode. It means switching the keypad to the Master Mode is not
possible, and only single partition mode is available.
the “#” key or is activated automatically after disarming an alarmed
partition.
User menu option, Silent Exit, is not displayed in the EN50131 mode.
It means that silent exit mode is not available.
Faults are displayed according to their importance, starting with the
most important fault. There is a possibility to scroll up/down the fault
list by using up/down arrows. If there is only one fault and overriding
is not possible, no arrows are displayed.
When any fault is still active, arming of the system is impossible, and
the fault must be fixed first (or overriden if possible) to allow the user
to arm the system.
HomeText commands
An active fault is displayed as:
Silent Exit
In the EN50131 Mode, the HomeText command “user code” does not
allow to change another person’s user code. You can only change
your own user code with this command.
Fault acknowledging/overriding
In the EN50131 Mode, every fault in the system must be
acknowledged or overriden by the user. Faults indicate problems in
the system. Some of them can be solved by the user (like closing an
open zone) but others may require calling the installer. Active critical
faults prevent arming of the system.
You can tell you need to acknowledge faults when “Zones Not Ready”
or “Service Required” is displayed on the keypad. Fault
Acknowledging/Overriding mechanism can be activated by pressing
Fault Name
Active
A non-active but unconfirmed fault is displayed as:
Fault Name
OK-Confirm
and can be confirmed by pressing “OK”.
When the system is armed, overriding is not allowed and the
following message is displayed instead:
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EN50131 Mode
Fault Name
Inactive
Non-critical active faults can be overriden by the user without fixing
them, if necessary. Non-critical faults are: Zone Open, Zone Trouble,
Zone Lost, Zone Low Battery, Panel Mains Fault, RF Jammed, and
others. Non-critical faults indicate problems that should be fixed but
they do not prevent arming after overriding.
Critical faults cannot be overriden by the user. Critical faults are:
Panel Box Tamper, Device Box Tamper, Siren Tamper, Zone Tamper
and Zone Alarm Memory. Zone alarm memory can be simply
acknowledged by the user but other physical problems must always
get fixed first.
•
•
•
•
Overriding is allowed if:
there are no active critical faults, and
there are no unconfirmed critical faults, and
there is at least one non-critical active fault, and
the system is disarmed.
Overriding option is shown at the end of the fault list (only if it is
allowed) as:
Override Faults
OK-Confirm
After pressing OK, opened zones will be bypassed and other faults
will be ignored. The user will be able to arm the system.
Overriding can be cancelled. To do it, the user needs to activate Fault
Acknowledging/Overriding mechanism again by pressing "#", scroll
through faults to the override message, and then press "#".
Override Faults
#-Cancel
After pressing # bypassed zones will get to the normal state again
and other faults will not be ignored (arming will be impossible).
In a rare case when the fault list changed while being previewed (the
fault has been added or removed), the following message is
displayed at the end of the list:
Changed Fault List
OK-Recheck
Pressing OK allows to display the current fault list.
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EN50131 Mode
Arming
1. Arming in the EN50131 mode differs slightly from arming the
standard system (see page 11) because in this mode the screen
saver is always active. Therefore you have to enter your user code
first to cancel the screen saver, and then to enter your user code
again to arm the system (if arming is allowed). If the system is not
ready, the appropriate message is displayed (see Fault
acknowledging/overriding). When entering code, the number of
code digits entered is displayed in the right lower corner (1, 2, 3,
etc.).
2. The keypad starts to blip and the system begins to arm.
3. Leave the building. The keypad blips increase during the last 10
seconds of the exit time.
4. When the exit time expires, your system is armed and the keypad
sounds continuously for 2 seconds. The status indicator lights red.
Disarming
Disarming process in the EN50131 mode is identical as in the
standard system (see page 11).
Incomplete Exit
Power supply problems
In case of power supply problems, the following icons are displayed:
Normal
mode
Power
Screensaver
mode
No faults
ON
ON
AC fault
Battery OK
ON
ON
Blinking
AC OK
Battery fault
Blinking
ON
Blinking
AC fault
Battery low
ON
ON
Blinking
AC OK
Battery low
Blinking
ON
Blinking
If during arming, the Entry/Exit zone (for example, an exit door) is
open at the end of the exit time then the system will not be armed
and the special Exit Error code will be reported. Each Exit Error event
is visible as a fault and it should be acknowledged.
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