GSM communicator FireCom (v.1.61) User Manual and Installation Guide Draugystes g. 17, LT-­‐51229 Kaunas E-­‐mail: info@trikdis.lt www.trikdis.lt Purpose of the document This document introduces the features of GSM communicator FireCom, describes its operation, parameter setting procedure and usage peculiarities. Contents Safety requirements ................................................................................................................. 2 1. GSM communicator FireCom .............................................................................................. 3 1.1. 1.3. 1.4. 1.5. 1.6. 1.7. Operation description .......................................................................................................... 3 Equipment ............................................................................................................................ 4 Overall view of communicator FireCom and layout of its elements ................................... 4 Construction ......................................................................................................................... 5 Purpose of contacts .............................................................................................................. 5 Light indication ..................................................................................................................... 5 2. Communicator installation ................................................................................................. 6 3. Setting operation parameters ............................................................................................. 7 4. Upgrading communication firmware ................................................................................ 13 5. Setting operation parameters remotely ............................................................................ 13 6. Warranty and limitation of liability ................................................................................... 15 7. Annex 1. Communicator FireCom connection diagrams .................................................... 16 8. Annex 2. Communicator FireCom fire control panel messages for the monitoring station 19 9. Annex 3. Communicator FireCom messages for the users ................................................. 22 10. Annex 4. Scheme of communicator FireCom mounting holes ........................................... 23 Safety requirements Be sure to familiarise yourself with this manual before using communicator FireCom. Communicator FireCom may only be installed and maintained by trained specialists who possess knowledge about operation of low voltage and signal transmission devices and their safety requirements. Communicator FireCom must be set up in a limited access area and in a safe distance from sensitive electronic equipment. Communicator is not resistant to mechanical effects, humidity and aggressive chemical environment. 2 1. GSM communicator FireCom GSM communicator FireCom is used to transmit UniPOS signals from fire security control panel to the monitoring station via GSM communication channels. Communicator is assembled in the metal case with extra space reserved for the standby power supply battery. Main features: Ø works with UniPOS control panels IFS 7002, FS 5100, FS 5200; Ø messages are transmitted to the monitoring station via GPRS and/or voice channel; Ø messages transmitted via GPRS are sent in TCP/UDP protocols and match protocol Contact ID codes; Ø messages transmitted via the audio channel may be sent to the PSTN receiver in DTMF tones in SIA standard DC-­‐05 protocol Contact ID codes; Ø messages are sent via indicated communication channel or, if communication fails – via the backup channel; Ø ability to send SMS messages to the mobile phones of up to 4 users; Ø automatically rechargeable standby battery; Ø operation is displayed by three external light indicators; Ø four EOL type inputs; Ø operation parameters and firmware version may be upgraded remotely; Ø operation parameters are set using G10config; 1.1.
Operation description Communicator FireCom is connected to UniPOS fire security control panel serial output port. Communicator receives serial port signals and generates corresponding Contact ID messages. Communicator FireCom may be used with other fire security panels by connecting the communicator inputs IN1 – IN4 with security control panel relay outputs. Communicator generates messages about input IN1 … IN4 external circuit status changes. Communicator monitors power supply voltage changes and when the changes exceed the norm sends corresponding messages and signals using light indicators. Communicator periodically sends communication test messages TEST which can be observed in the monitoring program. Messages can be sent to the monitoring station and user mobile phones. Two technologies can be used for sending to the monitoring station: GPRS and/or by sending DTMF tones via the voice channel. Users may only be sent SMS text messages. Received or generated message is sent through the main set channel. If a message reception confirmation is received from the monitoring station, communicator can send (if set during programming) SMS text messages to users. If reception confirmation is not received on time, message transmission is repeated several times and, in case of recurring failure, it is sent via standby (if set during programming) channel. Communicator may perform continuous control of communication with the receiving equipment. Communication test signals PING are sent periodically to which the receiver sends reception confirmations. In case of main channel communication failure (the reception confirmation is not received), standby communication channel is used and messages are immediately transmitted via the standby channel. Communicator periodically attempts to restore the main communication channel according to the parameters set when programming. Messages can also be sent via SMS text messages to four user mobile phones. An understandable SMS text message is ascribed to every fire security control panel message. SMS messages can be distributed to separate users depending on the type of the sent message. Communicator output status changes when facing communication or operation problems. 12 V terminal which maintains the voltage level even when the main power supply fails is designed to feed the power load on the outputs. Communicator is powered by the fire security control panel power supply unit. In case of lost power supply voltage from the main fire security control panel, communicator is powered by the standby battery. Battery is charged and sustained in the hot reserve mode when the fire security control panel power supply voltage is used. To receive communicator messages the monitoring station uses reception equipment with installed IPcom software (computer with installed IPcom_Win, IP receiver RL10, server with installed IPcom_Linux) Messages sent in DTMF signals are received by PSTN telephone receiver which receives and processes messages sent in standard SIA DC-­‐05 protocol. 3 1.2.
Technical parameters GSM modem frequencies GSM communication technologies Message transmission protocols Message encryption Inputs Outputs 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz TCP/IP or UDP/IP via GPRS voice channel in DTMF tones TRK_TCP or TRK_UDP SIA DC-­‐05 Contact ID Yes, a six-­‐symbol encryption key is used two inputs TXD, RXD communication via serial output port of the control panel four inputs IN1 – IN4, input type EOL=10 kΩ Four outputs OUT1 – OUT4, OC type, commutate voltage of up to 50 V and direct current of up to 100 mA Memory up to 60 messages Parameters setting via USB port remotely using IPcom Main power supply direct 18 V ... 36 VDC, from fire control panel power supply unit User current Standby power supply voltage Workplace Measures 1.3.
60 ÷ 100 mA (on standby), iki 600 mA (while sending data) 10 ÷ 13 V, 12V/7A/h capacity battery air temperature from -­‐10°C to +50°C, relative humidity up to 80 % when +20°C 165 x 225 x 90 mm Equipment Communicator FireCom Mounting sleeve and a screw Resistor 10 kΩ 1 pc. 4 sets 4 pcs. Note: Additional items in order to ensure operation of the communicator are necessary: • GSM operator SIM card; • GSM antenna with SMA male connector; • Standby power supply 12V/7A/h capacity battery; 1.4.
Overall view of communicator FireCom and layout of its elements 1. External indication board 2. Communicator motherboard 3. GSM antenna connector 4. SIM card slot 5. Internal light indicators VL1 ... VL4 6. USB connection for programming 7. Door status button 8. Terminal block 9. Standby power supply battery 10. Lock with key 4 1.5.
Construction Electronic elements of the communicator are mounted in the printed circuit boards which are situated in the metal case. Three communication and operation light indicators are located in the external indication board (1). Power supply unit, processor, GSM modem, GSM antenna connector (3), SIM card slot (4), internal light indicators (5), USB connection for programming (6) and terminal block (8) are located in the motherboard (2). Door status button (7) is situated in the case. Its contact status changes one case doors are opened/closed. Case with reserved space for standby battery (9) may be locked (10). 1.6.
Purpose of contacts Contact ERTH GND +VIN GND TXD RXD IN1 GND IN2 IN3 GND IN4 OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 TAMPER 1.7.
Purpose Grounding terminal 24 V power supply terminal General terminal Transmitted signal terminal Received signal terminal 1st input terminal (type EOL=10 kΩ) General terminal 2nd input terminal (type EOL=10 kΩ) 3rd input terminal (type EOL=10 kΩ) General terminal 4th input terminal (type EOL=10 kΩ) 1st output terminal (type OC), connection failure with the fire control panel 2nd output terminal (type OC), connection failure with the receiving equipment 3rd output terminal (type OC), failure 4th output terminal (type OC), operation opposite to OUT2 Two terminals for an anti-­‐tamper key Light indication 1)
On the doors of the case Light indication Status OFF 1 red flash 2 red flashes 3 red flashes 4 red flashes 5 red flashes 6 red flashes Trouble denotes communicator operation errors Power denotes power supply status Network denotes the connection status with the GSM network Meaning 9 red flashes OFF No operation failure Low standby battery voltage (below 11,5 V) SIM card error (no or wrong SIM card) SIM card PIN code error (incorrect PIN code) Programming failure (IP address and port not entered) Registration in GSM network failure Registration in GPRS network failure Connection to the receiver failure (no connection longer than 300 seconds) Connection to the control panel failure (no connection longer than 30 seconds) No 28 V power supply from the fire control panel No power supply Green light Power supply ON OFF Standby mode Yellow flashing Data exchange with the fire control panel or monitoring station receiver is in progress 7 red flashes 8 red flashes 2)
In the motherboard Light indication Status One light VL4 – VL2 denotes the GSM field Two lights strength Three lights Meaning GSM field strength is low (satisfactory connection) GSM field strength is safisfactory (good connection) GSM field strength is high (very good connection) 5 VL1 denotes operation of the microprocessor Flashes periodically Processor in operation, no failures, In other cases, -­‐ operation failures ir malfunction. 2. Communicator installation 2.1.
Installation procedures Action 1. Use four screws to attach the communicator in the space provided. Notes Location of the mounting holes is displayed on the packing box and in the Annex 4. Drill 8 mm diameter holes in the wall and insert plastic mounting sleeves. 2. Connect communicator to the fire control panel according to the diagrams presented. Follow information in Annex Connection diagrams. 3. Set communicator parameters. Refer to information laid out in section Setting operation parameters. For example, to receive all messages via one channel, e.g. via GPRS, it is enough to: − see G10config Main window. Enter communicator (object) identification number into the field Object ID and PING signal and Test message sending periods into fields GPRS PING time and Test time; − see G10config GPRS window. Select the GPRS transmission channel in the list GPRS, enter static IP address of the monitoring panel and the port number in the fields IP address and Port, enter the access point name (APN) of the GPRS network in which the SIM card that is inserted into the communicator operates in the field APN and a six-­‐digit encryption password that must match the IP receiver message decryption password in the field Encryption key. Note: Do not delete DNS manufacturer values. Refer to your mobile network operator with regard to the SIM card. It is not recommended to use pre-­‐paid SIM cards. operation 4. Insert an active SIM card. 5. Screw the GSM antenna. 6. Turn on the power supply. 7. Check light indicators to evaluate whether the strength of the GSM connection is sufficient. 8. Check whether communicator is sending messages according to the parameters set during the configuration. 2.2.
Power supply from the fire control panel is turned on first. Standby battery is connected afterwards. Two light indicators VL2, VL3 located in the motherboard must light. Pick another spot for the antenna or choose another antenna type if GSM level is not sufficient. A message must be sent and received at the indicated IP address. Check whether all SMS messages are received if messages are sent to the mobile phone. Connecting communicator to the fire control panel Communicator is connected to UniPOS fire control panel serial output RS232 or relay outputs of other control panels. 6 Communicator terminals RXD, TXD, GND are used for connection to UniPOS control panels. Inputs IN1 ... IN4 are used for connection to other control panels. Input type EOL, resistance at the end of the line (EOL = 10kΩ) Messages are generate once external circuit status changes: §
short-­‐circuit in the external input circuit– Event; §
resistance in the short-­‐circuited circuit restored to 10 kΩ – Event restore; §
broken external input circuit broke– Sensor Tamper; §
resistance in the broken circuit restored to 10 kΩ – Sensor Tamper Restore. 3. Setting operation parameters Operation parameters of communicator FireCom are set using software G10config (v1.9.0. or newer). Software may be found on http://www.trikdis.lt/. 1. Connect the communicator FireCom to a computer using a USB cable. Note: A USB driver must be installed on the computer. Download OS MS Windows USB driver installation file USB_COM.inf from the website www.trikdis.lt. A USB driver installation window Found New Hardware Wizard should appear on OS MS Windows during the first cable connection between the communicator and the computer. Select Yes, this time only when prompted and click Next. A new window Please choose your search and installation options will open. Click Browse and select the location where USB_COM.inf is saved. To finish the USB driver installation follow remaining installation wizard commands. 2.
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Run G10config. Select Connect in the menu. Settings for what may be edited upon connecting as a user Parameters for connecting via USB Remote control phone numbers Select the USB port to which the communicator is connected in 7 4.
the list Port. Note: the particular USB port to which the communicator is connected appears only when the two are connected. Select the desired working language in the list Language. Click Connect [F2/F8]. Enter the access code (default – 1234) when prompted and click OK. Click Remember if you want the software to remember your access code. The prompt window will not appear next time. Indicator Power should flash green and yellow in turns when communicator FireCom is connected to a computer. Connection status Connected should be displayed in the G10config status bar alongside the information about the connected communicator: Communicator firmware version Communicator serial number Komunikatoriaus type 5.
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Enter the access code (default – 1234) when prompted and click OK. Click Remember if you want the software to remember your access code. The prompt window will not appear next time. Select desired communicator operation parameters: Select Main in the menu and set desired parameters: 8 Object ID Hex SIM card PIN code User code Field to enter the four-­‐digit identification number; Tick if hexadecimal numbers will be used for entering the object ID; Field for SIM card PIN code. Leave the field empty if PIN code request is disabled; Field to enter the user code. Only those operation parameters that are allowed to be edited by the administrator can be edited when logging in with the user code; Admin code Field to enter the admin code. All operation parameters can be edited when logging in with the admin code. Also, possibilities for editing the operation parameters for those logging in with the user code may be limited; Control panel number Field for four-­‐digit identification number of the control panel that the communicator is connected to; Works with control panel.. Select the control panel type to which the communicator is connected. Select INPUT ONLY if communicator is connected to relay outputs of the control panel or other equipment; GPRS PING time Communicator will send GPRS communication with the receiver test signals PING in a specified frequency; CSD PING time Communicator will send communication test signals PING to PSTN receiver in a specified frequency; Test time Communicator will send connection testing messages TEST to the monitoring panel in a specified frequency; Return to primary after Used if both communication channels to the monitoring station are selected – main and backup. Enter the time interval value after which the communicator will try to restore the communication via the main channel; Backup reporting after ... attempts Used if both communication channels to the monitoring station are selected – main and backup. Enter the number of times communicator will try to send a message via the main communication channel and upon failure will start sending messages using the backup communication channel; Tick Save access code to save the entered password. Program will not require it the next time. Tick Read after connection and software will automatically read data after connection. Click Restore [F11] to restore default communication settings. When prompted, click Yes. Enter parameters for connection to the monitoring panel in GPRS reporting: 9 Primary reporting Select the main connection channel via which communicator will send messages to the monitoring panel: Tick GPRS and enter the IP address and the port number of the monitoring panel in the fields Server IP1 address or Domain and Port. DNS server address must be entered alongside if domain is entered. Tick DATA and enter the PSTN receiver phone number in the field Tel.1 in order to send Contact ID messages in DTMF tones. Phone number is entered with the international country code, but without the + sign. Backup reporting Select the backup connection channel via which communicator will send messages if connection via the main one is lost: Tick GPRS and enter the second IP address and the port number of the monitoring panel in the fields Server IP1 address or Domain and Port. Tick DATA and enter the PSTN receiver phone number in the field Tel. 2 in order to send Contact ID messages in DTMF tones. Phone number is entered with the international country code, but without the + sign. Select the message encryption protocol from the list; Field to enter the six-­‐digit encryption password. Password must match the decryption password entered in the reception software IPcom; Protocol Encryption key IP addresses, port and phone number, encryption protocol and key, other parameters may only be submitted by the panel manager APN User Password DNS1, DNS2 GSM network operator access point name; Login for connection to the GSM network; Password for connection to the GSM network; Server names of the domains; APN, user name, password and DNS values must be submitted by the GSM connection operator the SIM card was purchased from. Communicator events Communicator events after which messages are sent are listed in the table below. 10 Event TIME TEST POWER_24V POWER BATTERY IN1_EVENT IN2_EVENT IN3_EVENT IN4_EVENT PANEL „E“ event description Recommended CID code „R“ event description Internal clock of the communicator is set Periodic communicator TEST message Power supply lower than 20 V Power supply lower than 11.5 V Battery resistance lower than 10 V Internal clock of communicator is not set the E/R 301 99 000 E/R 302 99 000 Battery resistance over 11 V E/R 309 99 000 Input IN1 circuit after the short-­‐
circuit is restored Input IN2 circuit after the short-­‐
Short-­‐circuit in input IN2 circuit circuit is restored Input IN3 circuit after the short-­‐
Short-­‐circuit in input IN3 circuit circuit is restored Input IN4 circuit after the short-­‐
Short-­‐circuit in input IN4 circuit circuit is restored Communication failure with the Communication with the fire fire control panel control panel is restored IN1_TAMPER Input IN1 circuit is broken IN2_TAMPER Input IN2 circuit is broken IN3_TAMPER Input IN3 circuit is broken IN4_TAMPER Input IN4 circuit is broken E 602 99 000 Power supply over 26 V Power supply restored to 12.5 V Short-­‐circuit in input IN1 circuit GENERAL_TAMPER Case doors are open E/R 700 99 000 Case doors are closed Input IN1 circuit is restored after being broke Input IN2 circuit is restored after being broke Input IN3 circuit is restored after being broke Input IN4 circuit is restored after being broke E/R 200 99 001 E/R 110 99 002 E/R 110 99 003 E/R 300 99 004 E/R 350 99 000 E/R 316 99 000 E/R 144 99 001 E/R 144 99 002 E/R 144 99 003 E/R 144 99 004 Left-­‐click twice on Contact ID event code or Contact ID restore code to edit an event code and enter new values in the new window. Click OK when prompted. Enter parameters necessary for sending SMS messages to the users in the menu Text SMS reporting: 11 Telephone Name SMS encoding Object ID Send SMS Enter user phone numbers T1, T2, T3, T4 to which SMS messages will be sent. Phone numbers are entered with the international country code, but without the + sign; Select which users will be sent messages after a different type of an event occurs: Select Alarm/Restore to send SMS messages about zone violations/restorations (event codes E/R1XX , see Annex 1); Select Troubles to send SMS messages about system operation problems (event codes E/R3XX, see Annex 1); Select Tests to send communication test messages Test via SMS messages (event codes E6XX, see Annex 1); Select the desired SMS encoding from the list; Enter the object name which will be included in the SMS message text; Select which messages listed in the table Name will be sent to users via SMS messages: Select All to send messages about all events. Select Only described to send messages about events that are listed in tables Users, Zones, Partitions. These tables should only be used in exceptional cases. Entries in the table Users are linked with the user codes that are used to arm/disarm the alarm system. Name of the user will be included in the SMS message, if the user arms/disarms the alarm system; Entries in the table Zones are linked with the protected zone events. Zone name specified in the table will be included in the SMS message, when zone is breached/restored. Entries in the table Partitions are linked with the partitions of the security system into several independently protected areas. Area name indicated in the table will be included in the SMS message; 7.
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Click Save [F6] to move values entered in G10config fields to the communicator. Click Disconnect [F8] and unplug the USB cable. Save [F5] Open [F3] Click to save entered values on the computer. A file with an extension .gst will be created and may be use in the future as a template to configure other modules Click to open a saved file with .gst extension. 12 4. Upgrading communication firmware Previously purchased communicator firmware may be upgraded once the manufacturer updates communicator FireCom with new operation features: 1. Download the newest GF10_vx.xx.prg file from http://www.trikdis.lt/ 2. Connect the communicator to the computer, open G10config and select Firmware in the menu. 3. Click Browse and select file GF10_vx.xx.prg saved on the computer in the field Open firmware file. 4. Click Start [F9]. Click Disconnect [F8] once the progress bar fills up. Disconnect the USB cable. 5.
Plug in the USB cable back. Note: Firmware upgrade process lasts between 60 to 90 seconds! Wait until indicator Data stops flashing green and click Connect [F2] and Read [F7]. New communicator firmware version will be displayed in the software G10config status bar. 5. Setting operation parameters remotely Remote setting of communicator FireCom operation parameters is possible only when messages are received by the software IPcom. Software IPcom may be found on www.trikdis.lt . 5.1.
Remote communicator programming Send an SMS message to the GSM number of the SIM card inserted into the communicator FireCom in order to set operation parameters of the communicator remotely. Upon receiving an SMS message, the communicator FireCom will initiate a continuous GPRS connection session with software IPcom. If the phone number of the authorised person was entered in the field Wireless programming phones previously under the menu branch For connecting during the setting of operation parameters, the communicator will initiate a GPRS connection session only upon receiving an SMS message from that specific phone number. SMS message text (“_“refers to a gap between words in an SMS message): 13 CONNECT_9874_SERVER=100.100.100.100_PORT=1000_APN=tiekėjas_USR=vardas_PSW=psw_ENCR=enc where: CONNECT 9874 SERVER=100.100.100.100 PORT=1000 APN=tiekėjas USR=vardas PSW=psw ENCR=enc 5.2.
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start command; Enter the four-­‐digit access code (default -­‐ 1234); SERVER= + enter the IP address of the computer with installed software IPcom; PORT= + enter the serial port number of the program IPcom; APN= + enter the access point name (APN) of the GPRS network in which the SIM card inserted into the communicator operates. Enter ..._APN=_... if the network provider does not require an access point name; USR= + enter the login user name of the GPRS network in which the SIM card inserted into the communicator operates. Enter ..._USR=_... if the network provider does not require an access point name; PSW= + enter the login password of the GPRS network in which the SIM card inserted into the communicator operates. Enter ..._PSW=_... if the network provider does not require an access point name; ENCR= + enter the six-­‐digit message decryption password (default – 123456). Actions after sending an SMS message Open IPcom and right-­‐click on the identification number [Object ID] of the communicator whose parameters you wish to modify. Left-­‐click on the G10config button appearing next to the identification number. Left-­‐click on Connect and Read in the G10config taskbar. GPRS connection status Connected will be displayed in the program status bar if GPRS connection session with module FireCom is open. Operation parameters of communicator FireCom are set in the same way as connecting it using the USB cable (see section Setting operation parameters). Click Write once desired parameter values are entered so that they are not moved to communicator FireCom. Click Disconnect to end the GPRS connection session. 2.
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Upgrading operation firmware 1.
Send an SMS message to the GSM number of the SIM card inserted into communicator FireCom (for details see section 5.1. Remote communicator programming). 2.
Open IPcom and right-­‐click on the identification number [Object ID] of the communicator whose parameters you wish to modify. 3.
Left-­‐click on Connect and Read in the G10config taskbar. GPRS connection status Connected will be displayed in the program status bar if GPRS connection session with module FireCom is open. 4.
Select program G10config catalogue Firmware. Click Browse and select file G10F_vx.xx.prg previously downloaded from website www.trikdis.lt and saved on the computer. 5.
Click Start to begin the upgrade process whose progress will be displayed in the progress bar. Click Disconnect once the progress bar fills up. Module will upgrade and restart automatically (it will take about 5 minutes). After the reboot, log in and click Read to read the data. New communicator FireCom firmware version bill be displayed in G10config status bar. 6.
Read section Setting operation parameters if you wish to view or edit operation parameters. 7.
Click Disconnect to end the GPRS connection session. 14 6. Warranty and limitation of liability Manufacturer grants warranty for the product installed and operated according to the manual for 24 months. −
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By purchasing the Product, the Buyer agrees that the Product is a security system element informing about the status of the system. Set up Product does not decrease the possibility of the robbery, fire, burglary or any other breach of the premises. TRIKDIS is not liable in cases of the robbery, fire and other breaches of the premises of the Buyer and/or the Product user and shall not reimburse the resulting property or non-­‐pecuniary damages. By purchasing the product, the Buyer agrees that TRIKDIS sold a Product that satisfies the requirements of the Buyer. TRIKDIS does not guarantee that the Product will operate in the indicated way if the Product is not used in accordance to its purpose and not set up in accordance to the User manual. TRIKDIS is not liable for the Product operation malfunctions, if they have occurred due to the loss of the GSM/GPRS/Internet connection or due to a failure in the networks of the connection service provider. TRIKDIS does not influence and is not liable for the pricing and costs of the GSM/GPRS/Internet connection operator services. TRIKDIS is not liable for the interruption of GSM/GPRS/Internet connection services to the Product buyer and/or the Product user and the property and non-­‐pecuniary damages incurred thereof. TRIKDIS is not liable for the interruption in the electricity supply to the Product buyer and/or the Product user and the property and non-­‐pecuniary damages incurred thereof. TRIKDIS is not liable if the Product Buyer and/or the Product user has not updated their product firmware version on time. There may be some technical inaccuracies, grammatical and typographical errors in the product manual. TRIKDIS reserves the right to edit, add and/or change the information in the manual. 15 7. Annex 1. Communicator FireCom connection diagrams 7.1.
Diagram for connecting to UniPOS fire control panels FS5100 and FS5200 16 7.2.
Diagram for connecting to UniPOS fire control panel IFS 7002 2 3 4 5 RXD TXD DTR GND 17 7.3.
Diagram for connecting to relay outputs of fire control panels Input type EOL, resistance at the end of the line (EOL = 10kΩ) Messages are generate once external circuit status changes: §
short-­‐circuit in the external input circuit– Event; §
resistance in the short-­‐circuited circuit restored to 10 kΩ – Event restore; §
broken external input circuit broke– Sensor Tamper; §
resistance in the broken circuit restored to 10 kΩ – Sensor Tamper Restore. 18 8. Annex 2. Communicator FireCom fire control panel messages for the monitoring station Messages generated by control panel IFS 7002 (as in control panel description) and corresponding Contact ID codes: Event Parameter Sent Contact ID code InOut Zone Loop Addr AddrL Event Code Area Zone Reset Fire R 110 00 000 Fire x x E 110 Loop Addr Fire1 x x E 110 Loop Addr Fire2 x E 110 Loop 000 Fire2A x x E 110 Loop Addr PreFire x x x x E/R 118 Loop Addr Activated Input x x x x E/R 130 Loop AddrL Test Zone x x E/R 601 00 Zone Disable Zone x x E/R 571 00 Zone Disable Device x x x x E/R 570 Loop Zone Disable Mtr. Output x x E/R 570 00 Addr Disable Addr Output x x x E/R 570 Loop Addr Disable Addr Input/Output x x x E/R 570 Loop Addr Disable Addr Input x x x E/R 570 Loop Addr Open Loop x x E/R 331 Lopp 000 Open Power Loop x E/R 331 00 000 Short Loop x x E/R 332 Lopp 000 Short Power Loop x E/R 332 00 000 Fault Zone x x E/R 200 00 Zone Removed Device x x x x E/R 532 Loop Zone Fault device x x x x E/R 300 Loop Zone Dirty Sensor x x x E 392 Loop Zone CRC Error x x x x E/R 350 Loop Zone Not Initialized Device x x x x E/R 330 Loop Zone New Device ID x x x x E/R 330 Loop Zone New Device Type x x x x E/R 330 Loop Zone New Device Class x x x x E/R 330 Loop Zone Device Swap x x x E/R 330 Loop Zone Insolator x x x x E/R 333 Loop Zone Power Loop Insolator x x x E/R 333 Loop 000 Short Addr Output E 320 00 000 Open Addr Output E 320 00 000 Short Mtr. Output x x E/R 320 00 Addr Open Mtr. Output x x E/R 320 00 Addr Fault GND x E/R 310 00 000 Fault Main Power x E/R 301 00 000 Fault Battery x E/R 309 00 000 Fault Auxiliary Power x E/R 301 00 000 Fault Internal Power x E/R 314 00 000 Battery Low x x x x E/R 338 Loop Zone Fault Module 0 x E/R 333 00 000 Fault Module 1 x E/R 333 00 001 Fault Module 2 x E/R 333 00 002 Fault Module 3 x E/R 333 00 003 EEPROM Fault x E/R 304 00 000 Loop Reset x x E/R 300 Loop 000 Watchdog Reset E 305 00 000 Reset Panel E 313 00 000 19 Manual Set Remote Set Deact. Input More Device Loop Undefined Addr Loop CAN Fault LAN Error None Battery x x x x x x x x x x E E E E/R E/R E E/R E/R 627 627 300 370 370 350 350 311 00 00 00 Loop Loop 00 00 Loop 000 000 000 000 000 000 Addr Zone Messages generated by control panel FS 5200 (as in control panel description) and corresponding Contact ID codes: Event Sent Contact ID code Parameter Event Code Area Zone New Configuration E 306 00 000 EEPROM Error Main processor 1 E 304 00 000 Programm code Error Main processor 1 E 333 00 000 EEPROM CRC Error Main processor 1 E 350 00 000 Programm code Error Main processor 2 E/R 333 00 000 Programm code Error Main processor 3 E/R 333 00 000 EEPROM CRC Error Main processor 2 E/R 350 00 000 EEPROM CRC Error Main processor 3 E/R 350 00 000 Clock fault E/R 626 00 000 Event in line Exit from Fire condition R 330 00 Line Entering Fire condition 1 E 110 00 Line Entering Fire condition 2 E 110 00 Line Entering Pre-­‐fire condition E 118 00 Line Entering Removed fire detector E 532 00 Line Entering Interruption E 331 00 Line Entering Short circuit or Overl. E 332 00 Line Exit Fire condition R 110 00 Line Event in monitored Output Exit fault condition R 320 00 Output Entering Interruption E 320 00 Output Entering Short circuit or Overl. E 320 00 Output Fault main power suply E/R 301 00 000 Fault backup battery E/R 309 00 000 Fault Auxiliary power E/R 301 00 000 Fault GND E/R 310 00 000 Fault Internal power Power 24V for lines 1 to 16 E/R 314 00 000 Fault Internal power Power 24V for lines 17 to 32 E/R 314 00 000 Fault Internal power Power -­‐5V for lines 1 to 16 E/R 314 00 000 Fault Internal power Power -­‐5V for lines 17 to 32 E/R 314 00 000 Fault Internal power Power +28V for output 1 E/R 314 00 000 Fault Internal power Power +28V for output 2 E/R 314 00 000 Initial reset E 313 00 000 Entering spec. Condition E 338 00 000 Manual setup mode E 627 00 000 Remote setup mode E 627 00 000 Switching off the battery E 311 00 000 Activated WatchDog E 305 00 000 Line in test mode E/R 601 00 Line Disabled line E/R 571 00 Line Disabled monitored output E/R 570 00 Output 20 Messages generated by control panel FS 5100 (as in control panel description) and corresponding Contact ID codes: Event Sent Contact ID code Parameter Event Code Area Zone Fire condition Stage 1 E/R 110 00 Line Fire condition Stage 2 E/R 110 00 Line Removed Fire detector E/R 532 00 Line Line Interrupted E/R 331 00 Line Line Short-­‐circuited E/R 332 00 Line Output Interrupted E/R 320 00 Output Output Short-­‐cirquited E/R 320 00 Output Manual setup mode E 627 00 000 Remote setup mode E 627 00 000 Activated WatchDog E 305 00 000 Incompatible boards E/R 330 00 000 Absence of 220V E/R 301 00 000 Fault backup battery E/R 309 00 000 Fault Auxiliary power E/R 301 00 000 Fault GND E/R 332 00 000 Fault Internal power E/R 314 00 000 Initial reset E 313 00 000 Low power E/R 338 00 000 Line in test mode E/R 601 00 Line Disabled line E/R 571 00 Line 21 9. Annex 3. Communicator FireCom messages for the users Notes: 1.
Communicator FireCom may send the same messages as those designed for communicator G10. Some event codes (e.g. arm/disarm) are not available and must not be used! 2. Communicator FireCom sends messages bolded in the table. SMS text messages sent by communicator FireCom to the users: Recorded Event code Text in the Contact ID standard event CID SMS message text sent to an user sent to CSP SIA DC-­‐05-­‐1999.09 code table code E 100 Medical Alarm MEDICAL PANIC ALARM E/R 100 R 100 E 110 Fire Alarm FIRE PANIC ALARM E/R 110, 115 R 100 E 110 Fire Alarm FIRE PANIC ALARM* E/E 110 R 110 E 120 Panic Alarm PANIC ALARM E/R 120 R 120 E 121 E 121 Duress Alarm DURESS ALARM E 130 Burglary Alarm ALARM E/R 130 … 149 R 130 Burglary Alarm restore Alarm restore E 144 Sensor Tamper ALARM* E/R 144 R 144 Sensor Tamper restore Alarm Restore* E 301 AC Loss AC Power failure on control panel E/R 301 R 301 AC Loss restore AC Power failure restored on control panel E 302 Low System battery Battery Power failure on control panel* E/R 302, 309 R 302 Low system Battery restore Battery Power restored failure on control panel* E 321 Bell 1 Bell trouble on control panel E/R 321 R 321 Bell 1 restore Bell trouble restore on control panel E 351 Telco 1 fault Phone Line trouble on control panel E/R 351 R 351 Telco 1 fault restore Phone Line trouble restored on control panel E 401 Open by user OPEN by E/R 400, 401, 406, 451 R 401 Close by user CLOSE by E 408 Quick DISARM Quick DISARM E/R 408 R 408 Quick ARM Quick ARM E/R 409 E 409 Key switch zone Key switch zone R 409 Key switch restored Key switch restored E 602 E 602 Periodic test report Periodic Test* E 700 Time set** E/R 700 R700 Time isn‘t set** * SMS message text sent by communicator FireCom. ** Event codes are indicated in ECID code table. 22 10. Annex 4. Scheme of communicator FireCom mounting holes 23 
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