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INTRUDER
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INDEX
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Introduction .................................................................................................1
The Remote Keypad................................................................................2
Operation......................................................................................................3
Full Set ...........................................................................................................3
Part Set ..........................................................................................................4
Unset ...............................................................................................................4
Reset ................................................................................................................5
Chime..............................................................................................................5
Zone Omit....................................................................................................6
Programming ..............................................................................................7
Setting up Codes.......................................................................................8
Setting Time and Date ..........................................................................9
Chime Suite .................................................................................................9
Part Set Suites ...........................................................................................9
Testing ..........................................................................................................10
Sounder Test .............................................................................................10
Walk Test....................................................................................................10
Light Test ....................................................................................................11
Remote Communication ....................................................................11
Remote Reset...........................................................................................11
Miscellaneous ............................................................................................12
Installer’s Specification ......................................Inside Back Cover
Note: Due to a policy of continued development of the RS64 intruder alarm
control panel, the information contained in this guide is subject to change
without notice.
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Introduction
This guide will help you to undertand your RS64 intruder alarm control panel.
It is important to read it carefully in order to get the most from your system.
Instructions are in a step by step form with diagrams where appropriate. The RS64
has been designed to be as simple to operate as possible.
The RS64 will have been programmed by the Installation Engineer to suit your
particular installation. The system is operated from one or more Remote Keypads all
functions are processed by the main Control Unit which is accessed by the engineer
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RS64 has been designed to allow two different levels of access to the system. The
System Manager is the person who has overall responsibility for the system and this
means that he/she has access to more functions than the General User. To operate
your RS64 the Installation Engineer will need to provide you with at least one of two
different types of 4-digit Access Codes:
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Set up and modify all the User Codes.
Carry out Tests e.g. Sounders and Detectors.
Set up a Chime Suite.
Set up a Part Set Suite.
Modify the Time and Date settings.
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Master Access Code - used by the System Manager to operate the system and carry
out a range of programming functions:
User Access Codes - individual codes that are employed by up to nine General Users
for day-to-day operation:
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Setting and Unsetting the Panel.
Omitting Zones.
Reset after an Alarm Activation
The System Manager also has access to the General User functions above.
To Access the Panel
Enter your 4-Digit Access Code using the numeric keys
OPEN Light will flash slowly
Proceed with Operating/Programming/Testing function
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Numeric Keys and Zone Lights
These keys are used for entering
your security code to turn the
system on and off. These keys are
also used to program the
system. Eack key incorporates a
Zone/Status light.
(See pages 7 to 11)
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Function Keys and Status Lights
These keys are used to select
different operating modes and to
reset after an alarm. These Status
lights indicate System Status.
(See pages 3 to 5)
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LIGHT INDICATORS
ON/CONTINUOUS
OFF
OPEN
Unset
FAULT
Setting Fault
NO LINE
Refer to Communicator Section
NO MAINS
No Mains Power
Ok/Set
Mains Restored/Fail 1Hr
TAMPER
Standing Tamper Fault
Ok
Panel/Bell Lid Tamper
Zone/RKP Tamper
ENGINEER
Engineer On Site
Ok
Engineer Needed
Service Needed
ZONES 1-10
Zone in Fault
Ok
Zone Omitted
First To Alarm
SLOW FLASH
QUICK FLASH
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CONDITION
Chime Mode
Ok
Activation
System Fault
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System Set Waiting for Blue Key
DESCRIPTION OF SOUNDS
Keypad press
Entry sound
- Quick blip
- Solid tone pulsed on and
off slowly
Exit sound
- Solid tone
Tamper sound - Fast Broken Tone
Alarm sound - Wailing tone
Fire sound
Night Setting
Chime
Fault sound
Error Tone
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Two tone sound
Soft Clicking
Warble
Fast Broken Tone
Buzz
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Operation
False Alarms
Before using the RS64 it is important to know how to avoid false alarms. Most false
alarms are caused when setting or unsetting the system. By following these few simple
tips you should avoid any potential problems.
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Make sure that all doors to be set on the system are firmly secured and cannot
swing open accidentally.
Ensure that any room containing detection devices is free of moving objects
such as pets or moving curtains.
When re-entering the protected area proceed directly to the nearest Remote
Keypad without delay and do not stray from the exit/entry route.
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Unset
The RS64 is alert to certain types of alarms (e.g.Tamper) at all times; when the system
is Unset it is still operating in Day Mode. Under normal circumstances you should have
the OPEN light fully ON (GREEN) and no other lights showing. In addition to the
Guard Zones which only operate when the system is set your installation may include
other Zones which operate on a 24 Hour basis (e.g. a Zone with a Panic Button).
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Full Set
You will need to use Full Set when leaving the protected premises unattended.
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Enter your 4-Digit Access Code. OPEN light starts flashing.
Press FULL
If system clear, Exit Tone will be heard. This is a continuous high pitched tone.
Leave via Intermediate and Final Exit zones
Close final door to set (or operate push to set button if fitted)
After 2 seconds the Exit Tone should cease.
If system is not clear, Fault Tone sounds. This is a rapid intermittent tone.
Identify which zone light is lit on keypad
Enter your 4-Digit Access Code; this will abandon the setting operation
Investigate fault and remedy if possible
If fault cannot be remedied, call engineer
If there is a Fault Tone immediately after the system is finally closed you may have
a fault in the Exit /Entry Route; if this does not clear after a few seconds you will
need to re-enter the premises investigate the fault and turn the system off using your
4-Digit Access Code.
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Part Set
Use Part Set when certain zones (e.g. bedrooms) will be occupied. The Part Suite will
automatically omit those Zones which are to be excluded.
Enter your 4-Digit Access Code. OPEN light starts flashing.
Press PART
If system is clear, Part Set tone is heard. This is a soft Clicking sound
Those Zones which are excluded will slowly flash.
Proceed to unset zone via entry/exit route
System is set after the Part Set timer runs out
If system not clear, Fault Tone sounds
Identify which zone light is lit on keypad
Enter your 4-Digit Access Code.
Investigate fault and remedy if possible
If fault cannot be remedied, call engineer
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Unset
When you re-enter the protected area you will start the Entry Timer and the Entry
Tone (a slowly broken Exit Tone) will sound. You must then proceed directly to the
nearest Remote Keypad. You will also start the Entry Timer if you use the Remote
Keypad when the system is Set.
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Whenever you hear the Entry Tone:
Enter your 4-Digit Access Code.
Entry Tone stops
The system should now be Unset with the OPEN LIGHT ON.
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If zone and fault lights are lit, there has been an activation
You will now need to Reset the system (see opposite)
To silence an Alarm
It is quite possible for an alarm activation to occur while you are on the premises.
The Alarm Tones are:
Fire
Alternating 2-tone sound.
Intruder
Wailing sound.
Tamper
Loud Rapid Pips (Fault Tone)
Enter your 4-Digit Access Code.
Alarm should be silenced
The Remote Keypad lights will indicate what has happened
You will now need to Reset the system (see opposite)
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Reset
To reset the system after an Alarm Activation
IMPORTANT NOTE. Reset authorisation depends on the nature of the Alarm
Activation detected by the panel. Some events could indicate that you must contact an
Engineer for advice; the panel records the Alarm Activation in its internal Event Log
and may then enter a Lockout Mode preventing further use until the Engineer has
been consulted.
Enter your 4-Digit Access Code. OPEN light starts flashing.
Press RESET
All lights come on, Warble Tone sounds then the lights go out
System is now reset and ready for re-use.
If system does not reset
Use Remote Reset option (see Remote Communication section(Page 11))
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Chime Mode
Chime is used to give a local audible warning from the Guard Zones including Door
Contacts when the system is Unset. This is useful when the premises are occupied
and you wish to be notified if other persons have entered the building. Your
Installation Engineer may have already programmed the system to automatically turn
Chime on during the day. You can also turn Chime On and Off yourself and set which
detectors are to be included in the Chime system.
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Chime On
Enter your 4-Digit Access Code. OPEN light starts flashing.
Press CHIME
The FLASHING zones are EXCLUDED from the Chime system
If other chime zones are required, press appropriate numbered keys
System automatically enters chime mode after a short time delay
The OPEN light flashes quickly when Chime Mode is ON
Chime Off
To unset chime mode
Enter your 4-Digit Access Code.
OPEN light flashes slowly
Allow the system to time out.
OPEN light should now be ON continuously.
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Zone Omit
This is useful if you need to remove one or more Detection Zones on a temporary
basis if you unable to fully set the system. You can use Zone Omit on any zone
provided that the Installation Engineer has not programmed the Zone as Non Manually
Omittable (this may have been done because that particular Zone is a vital element of
the system ). The Zone Omit information is automatically discarded next time you
open the system.
To Omit Zones prior to setting the system.
Enter your 4-Digit Access Code. OPEN light starts flashing.
Press OMIT. The OPEN light continues to flash slowly
Press number keys for zones to be omitted. The omitted Zone lights will flash slowly.
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Press FULL to Full Set with omitted zones
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Press PART to Part Set with omitted zones
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Note: When using Zone Omit followed by PART, zones which would have been
automatically omitted by the Part Set Suite (see Programming section) will have to be
manually omitted.
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To use Zone Omit on Day Zones.
Enter your 4-Digit Access Code. OPEN light starts flashing.
Press OMIT. The OPEN light continues to flash slowly
Press number keys for zones to be omitted. The omitted Zone lights will flash slowly.
Press OMIT again to return to Day Mode with omitted zones.
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To cancel Zone Omit on Day Zones.
Enter your 4-Digit Access Code. OPEN light starts flashing.
Press RESET
Programming
To carry out each programming function, you must first enter Menu Mode starting from
Day Mode. Once you are in Menu Mode you then enter a 2-Digit Opcode to select a
specific programming function. When that function is completed the system returns to
Menu Mode.
Menu Mode
To enter Menu Mode
Enter the 4-Digit Master Code. OPEN light start flashing
Press 00
All lights illuminate
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You are now in Menu Mode
Enter the 2-Digit Opcode for the function you wish to program
After programming the function
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Program next function by entering a new Opcode
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Select Opcode 99 to exit Menu Mode
All lights flash, warble tone sounds
The Control Panel is now back in Day Mode.
Note: If you get the Error Tone (a short Buzz) you have entered an incorrect Opcode.
Duress Code
To enter or change 4-digit Duress Code.
(Consult with your Installation Engineer before using this option.)
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Select Opcode 02
If zone lights 1-4 flash, code exists
Press OMIT to delete the code
If zone lights 1-4 constant, enter new code
Press 4 numbered keys for new code; the lights will extinguish one at a time
Press ENTER to submit the new code
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If Warble sounds, code is accepted
If Buzzer sounds, code is rejected. Try again using a different 4-Digit Code.
Keyholder Code
To enter or change 4-digit Keyholder Code.
(Consult with your Installation Engineer before using this option.)
Select Opcode 03
If zone lights 1-4 flash, code exists
Press OMIT to delete the code
If zone lights 1-4 constant, enter new code
Press 4 numbered keys for new code; the lights will extinguish one at a time
Press ENTER to submit the new code
If Warble sounds, code is accepted
If Buzzer sounds, code is rejected. Try again using a different 4-Digit Code.
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Master Code
To enter or change 4-digit Master Code.
Select Opcode 40
If zone lights 1-4 flash, code exists
Press OMIT to delete the code
If zone lights 1-4 constant, enter new code
Press 4 numbered keys for new code; the lights will extinguish one at a time
Press ENTER to submit the new code
If Warble sounds, code is accepted
If Buzzer sounds, code is rejected. Try again using a different 4-Digit Code.
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User Code 1
User Code 2
User Code 3
User Code 4
User Code 5
User Code 6
User Code 7
User Code 8
Cleaner Code
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User Codes
To enter or change 4-digit User Codes.
If zone lights 1-4 flash, code exists
Press OMIT to delete the code
If zone lights 1-4 constant, enter new code
Press 4 numbered keys for new code; the lights will extinguish one at a time
Press ENTER to submit the new code
If Warble sounds, code is accepted
If Buzzer sounds, code is rejected. Try again using a different 4-Digit Code.
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Time/Date
Please consult with your Installation Engineer before using this option.
Select Opcode 05
Press two number
Press ENTER
Press two number
Press ENTER
Press two number
Press ENTER
Press two number
Press ENTER
Press two number
Press ENTER
keys for hour (24hr clock)
keys for minutes (e.g. 59)
keys for day (e.g. 31)
keys for month (e.g.12)
keys for year (e.g. 96)
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Warble sound indicates time/date set.
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Chime Suite
To program zones to be included when Chime Mode is selected by a User.
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Select Opcode 15
Zone lights lit show zones which are EXCLUDED from the system.
Press numbered keys to select/deselect chime suite zones
Press ENTER
All lights illuminate, Warble sounds
Part Set Suite
To program zones to be omitted (unset) when system is part set
Select Opcode 50
Zone lights lit show zones already included
Press numbered keys to select/deselect zone
Press ENTER
All lights illuminate, Warble sounds
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Testing
Enter the 4-Digit Master Code. OPEN light starts flashing.
Press 00
All lights illuminate
You are now in Menu Mode
Enter a 2-Digit Opcode to select a specific system testing function as detailed below
Upon completion of each test
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Select Opcode 99 to exit Menu Mode
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Sounder Test
To test internal/exterior sounders and strobe light, if fitted
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Select Opcode 60
Press numbered key 1-4 to test required sounder (see table below)
Press key again to end test
Press other numbered keys 1-4 as required
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Press RESET to terminate the test.
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Bell
Strobe
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Exit Tone
Alarm Tone
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Zone lights
Walk Test
To walk test all 8 detection zones
Select Opcode 62
Exit Tone indicates no fault condition
Fault Tone indicates fault condition
Clear all faults before you carry out the walk test
As each detector is activated, Fault Tone sounds
Then Exit Tone resumes
When you have finished Walk Testing press RESET to terminate the test
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Light Test
To test remote keypad, zone and status lights
Select Opcode 63
Lights will come on in turn
Press RESET to terminate the test.
Remote Communication
Check with your Installation Engineer whether your system is fitted with a
Communicator connected via the telephone line to an Alarm Receiving Centre. If this
is the case you may need to use some of the following additional features
incorporated into the RS64:
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Remote Reset
To allow the system to be remotely reset by the Alarm Receiving Centre. This option
may have been pre-programmed to appear automatically after an Alarm Activation.
The System Manager is able to access the system from Menu Mode:
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Select Opcode 98
All lights will extinguish
Four zone lights will light one digit at a time
Following a short delay, this 4-digit sequence will be repeated
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Note this number sequence (e.g. 1234)
Telephone the Alarm Receiving Centre with the number
A new 4-digit Reset Number will be given in return (e.g. 5678)
Press numbered keys to enter the Reset Number
System will reset
Line Status Light
The NO LINE indicator on the Remote Keypad can be used to indicate that there is a
problem with the telephone line; you will need to ask your Installation Engineer whether
the Communicator has a Line Monitor connected to the RS64. It is also possible that the
RS64 has been programmed to give an Audible Warning (Fault Tone) if a Line Fault is
detected during the day.
A continuous NO LINE indication signifies that the telephone line is unavailable to the
Communicator; if there has been a recent fault during the day which has cleared itself the
NO LINE indicator will FLASH slowly until the next Reset. A Rapid Flashing indication on
the NO LINE indicator is a warning that there has been a Line Fault while the system was
set. You should discuss the implications of this with your Installation Engineer.
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Miscellaneous
Tamper Alarms
The RS64 provides a comprehensive Anti-Tamper detection system which is designed to
protect all components in the Security System. If there is a Tamper Alarm it is absolutely
vital that the system is subsequently thoroughly checked by an engineer so that the cause
is clearly identified. FAILURE TO DO THIS COULD MEAN THAT THE SYSTEM MAY
BE INSECURE. Tamper Alarms from the Outside Audible Warning device are especially
significant. Check the Remote Keypad Tamper Display for more information.
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Loss of Mains Supply
The RS64 is designed to run the entire security system for typically 8 hours without
Mains using an internal rechargeable battery fitted by your Installation Engineer.
Provided the loss does not exceed this period the battery will recharge within less than
24 hours once the mains Supply is restored. In the event of a sustained Power Loss the
RS64 will attempt to Set automatically following Power On; during this time it will
sound the Entry Tone. If you hear this enter your 4-Digit Access Code to Cancel the
Automatic Setting process. The NO MAINS light will flash slowly if the Mains is OFF; a
quick flashing indication means that there was a power loss while the system was Set.
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Event Log
The RS64 has an internal Event Log with its own Time and Date system. This can be
read by your Installation Engineer using a Portable Printer plugged into the Control
Unit. If there are any problems with your installation a printout will allow the recent
history of the installation to be checked.
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Lost Codes
The Installation Engineer has no way of finding out what you 4-Digit Access Codes were.
If you lose the Master Code he will need to clear out the Code Table and re-instate the
Factory Default codes. It will then be necessary to set up a new set of Codes for the
Master and General Users. Note that the RS64 Codelock system incorporates special
features to frustrate attempts to find out the code by a trial and error method.
Accidental Alarms
If you know that a false alarm has just occurred it may be possible for you to
immediately contact your Alarm Receiving Centre and give them a special Password so
that the alarm can be registered as an accidental activation by the User.
Engineer On Site
If the Engineer is working on the RS64 the ENGR light should be continuously lit on
the Remote Keypad. This means that the security system is effectively out of
commission until the Engineer restores the system to normal operation. If there is a
flashing indication on the ENGR light you will need to investigate and clear this before
the system is fit for re-use.
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