programming and installation guides for xr150/xr350

PROGRAMMING
AND
INSTALLATION
GUIDES
FOR
XR150/XR350/XR550 PANELS
PI-XR550 © 2015 Digital Monitoring Products, Inc.
PROGRAMMING GUIDE
XR150/XR550 SERIES
CONTROL PANEL
MODEL XR150/XR550 SERIES
CONTROL PANEL PROGRAMMING GUIDE
Contains programming Instructions for use with the
Model XR150/XR550 Series Control Panels
When using the XR150/XR550 Series panel for any listing organization’s approved methods, refer to this manual and the XR150/
XR550 Series Installation Guide (LT-1233). These documents outline the installation and programming requirements of all
applications for which the XR150/XR550 Series is approved.
 
FCC NOTICE
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used properly in strict accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions, may cause interference with radio and television reception. It has been type tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class A computing device in accordance with the specification in Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules,
which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. If this equipment does
cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the installer is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient the receiving antenna
Relocate the computer with respect to the receiver
Move the computer away from the receiver
Plug the computer into a different outlet so that computer and receiver are on different branch circuits
If necessary, the installer should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for additional suggestions. The
installer may find the following booklet, prepared by the Federal Communications Commission, helpful:
“How to identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems.”
This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C. 20402
Stock No. 004-000-00345-4
© 2016 Digital Monitoring Products, Inc.
Information furnished by DMP is believed to be accurate and reliable. This information is subject to change without notice.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction.....................................................................................................1
1.1
Before you Begin............................................................................................................ 1
1.2
Getting Started............................................................................................................... 1
1.3
Encrypted Communications (XR550 with Encryption only).................................................. 2
1.4
Programmer Operation.................................................................................................... 2
1.5
Programmer Lockout Codes............................................................................................. 2
1.6
Reset Timeout................................................................................................................ 2
1.7
Power Up....................................................................................................................... 3
1.8Keypads......................................................................................................................... 3
1.9
Special Keys................................................................................................................... 3
1.10
Entering Alpha Characters............................................................................................... 4
1.11
Entering Non-Alpha Characters........................................................................................ 4
1.12
Keypad Displays Current Programming............................................................................. 5
1.13
Multiple Displays............................................................................................................. 5
1.14
Asterisks in Programming................................................................................................ 5
1.15
Compliance Instructions.................................................................................................. 5
Initialization.....................................................................................................6
2.1Initialization................................................................................................................... 6
2.2
Clear All Memory............................................................................................................ 6
2.3
Clear All Codes............................................................................................................... 6
2.4
Clear All Schedules......................................................................................................... 6
2.5
Clear Display Events Memory........................................................................................... 6
2.6
Clear Zone Information................................................................................................... 6
2.7
Clear Area Information.................................................................................................... 6
2.8
Clear Output Information................................................................................................ 6
2.9
Clear Communication and Remote Options....................................................................... 6
2.10
Clear Wi-Fi..................................................................................................................... 6
2.11
Set to Factory Defaults.................................................................................................... 6
Communication................................................................................................7
3.1Communication.............................................................................................................. 7
3.2
Account Number............................................................................................................. 7
3.3
Transmit Delay............................................................................................................... 7
3.4
Communication Path....................................................................................................... 7
3.5
Communication Type...................................................................................................... 7
3.7
Test Report.................................................................................................................... 7
3.8
Test Frequency............................................................................................................... 7
3.9
Test Day........................................................................................................................ 8
3.10
Test Time....................................................................................................................... 8
3.11
Check In........................................................................................................................ 8
3.12
Fail Time........................................................................................................................ 8
3.13
Encryption (XR550 with Encryption only).......................................................................... 8
3.14
Receiver IP.................................................................................................................... 8
3.15
Receiver Port.................................................................................................................. 8
3.16
First Telephone Number.................................................................................................. 8
3.17
Second Telephone Number.............................................................................................. 9
3.18
Advanced Programming.................................................................................................. 9
3.19
First GPRS APN............................................................................................................... 9
Second GPRS APN.......................................................................................................... 9
3.20
Fail Test Hours............................................................................................................... 9
3.21Protocol......................................................................................................................... 9
3.22
Retry Seconds................................................................................................................ 9
3.23
Substitution Code........................................................................................................... 9
3.24
893A............................................................................................................................. 9
3.25
Alarm Switch................................................................................................................ 10
3.26
Duplicate Alarms.......................................................................................................... 10
3.27
Alarm Reports.............................................................................................................. 10
3.28
Supervisory/Trouble Reports.......................................................................................... 10
3.29
Opening/Closing and User Reports................................................................................. 10
3.30
Door Access Report...................................................................................................... 10
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3.31
3.32
3.33
Panic Test (Network only)............................................................................................. 10
Send Communication Trouble........................................................................................ 11
Send Path Information.................................................................................................. 11
4.1
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
Network Options.......................................................................................................... 11
WiFi Setup................................................................................................................... 11
WPS............................................................................................................................ 11
List.............................................................................................................................. 11
Manual........................................................................................................................ 11
Test............................................................................................................................. 12
Wireless Security Type.................................................................................................. 12
Wireless Network Key................................................................................................... 12
DHCP........................................................................................................................... 12
Local IP Address........................................................................................................... 12
Gateway Address.......................................................................................................... 12
Subnet Mask................................................................................................................ 12
DNS Server.................................................................................................................. 12
Passphrase (XR550 with Encryption only)....................................................................... 13
734N Listen Port........................................................................................................... 13
734N Passphrase.......................................................................................................... 13
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
Messaging Setup.......................................................................................................... 13
Enable Messaging......................................................................................................... 13
System Name............................................................................................................... 13
Destination 1................................................................................................................ 13
Destination 1 User Number........................................................................................... 14
Destination 2................................................................................................................ 14
Destination 2 User Number........................................................................................... 14
Destination 3................................................................................................................ 14
Destination 3 User Number........................................................................................... 14
O/C SMS...................................................................................................................... 14
Monthly Limit............................................................................................................... 14
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.6.1
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
6.11
6.12
6.13
6.14
6.15
6.16
6.17
6.18
6.19
6.19.1
6.19.2
6.19.3
6.19.4
6.19.5
6.19.6
Device Setup................................................................................................................ 15
Device Number............................................................................................................. 15
Device Name................................................................................................................ 15
Device Type................................................................................................................. 15
Device Communication Type.......................................................................................... 15
Serial Number.............................................................................................................. 16
Supervision Time.......................................................................................................... 16
Access Areas................................................................................................................ 16
Egress Areas................................................................................................................ 16
Display Areas............................................................................................................... 17
Strike Time.................................................................................................................. 18
Strike Delay................................................................................................................. 18
Fire Exit Release........................................................................................................... 18
Public Door.................................................................................................................. 18
Output Group............................................................................................................... 18
Schedule Override........................................................................................................ 18
Auto Force Arm Device?................................................................................................ 18
Door Real-Time Status?................................................................................................. 18
Send Door Forced Message?.......................................................................................... 18
Program 734/734N Options........................................................................................... 19
Activate Zone 2 Bypass................................................................................................. 19
Zone 2 Bypass Time..................................................................................................... 19
Relock on Zone 2 Change?............................................................................................ 19
Activate Zone 3 Request to Exit..................................................................................... 19
Zone 3 REX Strike Time................................................................................................ 19
Activate Onboard Speaker............................................................................................. 19
Network Options............................................................................................11
Messaging Setup............................................................................................13
Device Setup..................................................................................................14
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6.19.7 Card Options................................................................................................................ 20
6.19.8 Custom Card Definitions................................................................................................ 20
Wiegand Code Length................................................................................................... 20
6.19.9 734 Site Code Programming.......................................................................................... 20
Site Code Position......................................................................................................... 20
6.19.10 Site Code Length.......................................................................................................... 20
6.19.11 User Code Position........................................................................................................ 20
6.19.12 User Code Length......................................................................................................... 20
6.19.13 Require Site Code......................................................................................................... 20
6.19.13.1Site Code Display.
Site
..........................................................................................................
Code Display
20
6.19.14 Number of User Code Digits.......................................................................................... 21
6.19.15 No Communication with Panel....................................................................................... 21
Remote Options.............................................................................................21
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.10
7.10.1
7.10.2
7.11
7.11.1
7.11.2
7.12
7.12.1
7.12.2
7.12.3
7.12.4
7.12.5
7.12.6
7.12.7
7.13
7.13.1
7.13.2
7.13.3
7.14
Remote Options........................................................................................................... 21
Remote Key................................................................................................................. 21
Remote Disarm............................................................................................................ 21
Armed Answer Rings..................................................................................................... 21
Disarmed Answer Rings................................................................................................ 22
PC Modem................................................................................................................... 22
Alarm Receiver Authorization......................................................................................... 22
Service Receiver Authorization....................................................................................... 22
Manufacturer Authorization........................................................................................... 22
Allow Network Remote.................................................................................................. 22
Network Programming Port........................................................................................... 22
Encrypt Network Remote.............................................................................................. 22
Allow Cellular Remote................................................................................................... 22
First GPRS APN............................................................................................................. 22
Second GPRS APN........................................................................................................ 23
Encrypt Cellular Remote................................................................................................ 23
Entré Connection.......................................................................................................... 23
Entré Incoming TCP Port............................................................................................... 23
Entré IP Address.......................................................................................................... 23
Entré Outbound TCP Port.............................................................................................. 23
Entré Backup IP Address............................................................................................... 23
Entré Backup TCP Port.................................................................................................. 23
Entré Checkin............................................................................................................... 23
Entré Passphrase.......................................................................................................... 23
Send Local Changes...................................................................................................... 23
Remote Change IP........................................................................................................ 23
Remote Change Port..................................................................................................... 23
Remote Telephone Number........................................................................................... 24
App Key....................................................................................................................... 24
System Reports..............................................................................................24
8.1
System Reports............................................................................................................ 24
8.2
Abort Report................................................................................................................ 24
8.3
Restoral Reports........................................................................................................... 24
8.4
Bypass Reports............................................................................................................. 24
8.5
Schedule Change Reports.............................................................................................. 24
8.6
Code Change Reports................................................................................................... 24
8.7
Access Keypads............................................................................................................ 25
8.8Ambush....................................................................................................................... 25
System Options..............................................................................................25
9.1
System Options............................................................................................................ 25
9.2System........................................................................................................................ 25
9.3
Instant Arming............................................................................................................. 25
9.4
Closing Wait................................................................................................................. 25
9.5
Entry Delay 1............................................................................................................... 26
9.6
Cross Zone Time.......................................................................................................... 26
9.7
Zone Retard Delay........................................................................................................ 26
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9.8
9.9
9.10
9.11
9.12
9.13
9.14
9.15
9.16
9.17
9.18
9.19
9.20
9.21
9.22
9.23
9.24
9.25
9.26
9.27
9.28
9.29
Power Fail Delay........................................................................................................... 26
Swinger Bypass Trips.................................................................................................... 26
Reset Swinger Bypass................................................................................................... 26
Zone Activity Hours....................................................................................................... 26
Time Zone Changes...................................................................................................... 27
Latch Supervisory Zones............................................................................................... 27
Programming Menu Language....................................................................................... 27
User Menu and Status List Language............................................................................. 27
Bypass Limit................................................................................................................. 28
House Code................................................................................................................. 28
Detect Wireless Jamming.............................................................................................. 28
Wireless Audible Annunciation....................................................................................... 28
Enable Keypad Panic Keys............................................................................................. 28
Occupied Premises....................................................................................................... 28
Enhanced Zone Test..................................................................................................... 28
Send 16 Character Names............................................................................................. 29
Keypad Armed LED....................................................................................................... 29
Use False Alarm Question.............................................................................................. 29
Allow Own User Code Change....................................................................................... 29
Panic Supervision......................................................................................................... 29
Inactive User Code Audit............................................................................................... 30
Weather Zip Code......................................................................................................... 30
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.5.1
10.5.2
10.5.3
10.5.4
10.5.5
10.5.6
10.5.7
Bell Options................................................................................................................. 30
Bell Cutoff Time............................................................................................................ 30
Automatic Bell Test....................................................................................................... 30
Bell Output.................................................................................................................. 30
Bell Action.................................................................................................................... 30
Fire Bell Action............................................................................................................. 30
Burglary Bell Action...................................................................................................... 30
Supervisory Bell Action.................................................................................................. 30
Panic Bell Action........................................................................................................... 30
Emergency Bell Action.................................................................................................. 30
Auxiliary 1 Bell Action................................................................................................... 30
Auxiliary 2 Bell Action................................................................................................... 30
11.1
11.2.1
11.2.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
11.8
11.9
11.10
11.11
11.12
11.13
11.14
11.15
11.16
11.17
11.18
11.19
11.20
11.21
Output Options............................................................................................................. 31
Cutoff Output............................................................................................................... 31
Output Cutoff Time....................................................................................................... 31
Communication Trouble Output..................................................................................... 31
Fire Alarm Output......................................................................................................... 31
Fire Trouble Output....................................................................................................... 31
Panic Alarm Output....................................................................................................... 31
Ambush Output............................................................................................................ 31
Entry Output................................................................................................................ 32
Begin Exit Output......................................................................................................... 32
End Exit Output............................................................................................................ 32
Ready Output............................................................................................................... 32
Disarmed Output.......................................................................................................... 32
Telephone Trouble Output............................................................................................. 32
Late To Close Output.................................................................................................... 32
Device Fail Output........................................................................................................ 32
Sensor Reset Output..................................................................................................... 32
Closing Wait Output...................................................................................................... 32
Arm-Alarm Output........................................................................................................ 32
Supervisory Alarm Output............................................................................................. 33
Heat Saver Temperature............................................................................................... 33
Cool Saver Temperature................................................................................................ 33
Bell Options....................................................................................................30
Output Options...............................................................................................31
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Output Information........................................................................................33
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.5
12.6
12.7
Output Information....................................................................................................... 33
Output Number............................................................................................................ 33
Output Name............................................................................................................... 33
Output Real-Time Status............................................................................................... 33
Serial Number.............................................................................................................. 33
Supervision Time.......................................................................................................... 33
Trip with Panel Bell Option............................................................................................ 33
13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
Output Groups............................................................................................................. 34
Group Number............................................................................................................. 34
Group Name................................................................................................................ 34
Output Number............................................................................................................ 34
14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
Menu Display............................................................................................................... 34
Armed Status............................................................................................................... 34
Time............................................................................................................................ 34
Arm/Disarm................................................................................................................. 34
15.1
15.2
15.3
15.4
15.5
15.6
15.7
15.8
15.9
15.10
15.11
Status List.................................................................................................................... 35
Display Keypads........................................................................................................... 35
System Monitor Troubles............................................................................................... 35
Fire Zones.................................................................................................................... 35
Burglary Zones............................................................................................................. 35
Supervisory Zones........................................................................................................ 36
Panic Zones.................................................................................................................. 36
Emergency Zones......................................................................................................... 36
Auxiliary 1 Zones.......................................................................................................... 36
Auxiliary 2 Zones.......................................................................................................... 36
Communication Trouble................................................................................................ 36
16.1
16.2
16.3
16.4
16.5
16.6
16.7
16.8
16.9
PC Log Reports............................................................................................................. 36
Net IP Address............................................................................................................. 36
Net Port....................................................................................................................... 36
Arm and Disarm Reports............................................................................................... 37
Zone Reports................................................................................................................ 37
User Command Reports................................................................................................ 37
Door Access Reports..................................................................................................... 37
Supervisory Reports...................................................................................................... 37
PC Log Real-Time Status............................................................................................... 37
17.1
17.2
17.3
17.4
17.5
17.6
17.7
17.8
17.9
17.10
17.10.1
17.10.2
17.11
17.12
17.13
17.14
17.15
Area Information.......................................................................................................... 37
Exit Delay.................................................................................................................... 37
Burglary Bell Output..................................................................................................... 38
Opening/Closing Reports............................................................................................... 38
Closing Check............................................................................................................... 38
Closing Code................................................................................................................ 38
Any Bypass.................................................................................................................. 38
Area Schedules............................................................................................................. 38
Early Morning Ambush (Network panels only)................................................................. 38
Area Number................................................................................................................ 39
All/Perimeter Programming............................................................................................ 39
Home/Sleep/Away Programming.................................................................................... 39
Area Name................................................................................................................... 39
Account Number........................................................................................................... 39
Automatic Arming......................................................................................................... 39
Bad Zones.................................................................................................................... 39
Automatic Disarming..................................................................................................... 40
Output Groups................................................................................................34
Menu Display..................................................................................................34
Status List......................................................................................................35
PC Log Reports...............................................................................................36
Area Information............................................................................................37
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17.16
17.17
17.18
17.19
17.20
17.21
17.22
Armed Output Number.................................................................................................. 40
Late Output Number..................................................................................................... 40
Late Arm Delay............................................................................................................ 40
Bank Safe & Vault (XR550 with Network or Encryption only)............................................ 40
Common Area.............................................................................................................. 40
Arm First Area.............................................................................................................. 40
Two Man Rule (XR550 with Network or Encryption only).................................................. 40
Zone Information...........................................................................................41
18.1
Zone Information.......................................................................................................... 41
18.2
Zone Number............................................................................................................... 41
18.3
Zone Name.................................................................................................................. 41
18.4
Zone Type.................................................................................................................... 42
18.5
Area Assignment.......................................................................................................... 42
18.6
Fire Bell Output............................................................................................................ 42
18.7
Arming Zone Area Assignment....................................................................................... 42
18.8Style............................................................................................................................ 43
18.9
Next Zone.................................................................................................................... 43
DMP Wireless .............................................................................................................. 44
18.10Wireless....................................................................................................................... 44
18.10.1 Serial Number Entry..................................................................................................... 44
18.10.2Contact........................................................................................................................ 44
18.10.3 Supervision Time.......................................................................................................... 44
18.10.4 LED Operation.............................................................................................................. 45
18.10.5 Disarm/Disable............................................................................................................. 45
18.10.6 PIR Pulse Count........................................................................................................... 45
18.10.7 PIR Sensitivity.............................................................................................................. 45
18.10.8 Next Zone.................................................................................................................... 45
18.11 1144 Series Key Fobs.................................................................................................... 45
18.11.1 Key Fob User Number................................................................................................... 45
18.11.2 Key Fob Serial Number.................................................................................................. 45
18.11.3 Key Fob Supervision Time............................................................................................. 45
18.11.4 Number of Key Fob Buttons........................................................................................... 45
18.11.5 Key Fob Button Selection (Four Buttons)........................................................................ 46
18.11.6 Key Fob Button Selection (Two Buttons)......................................................................... 46
18.11.7 Button Action............................................................................................................... 46
18.11.8 Button Press Time........................................................................................................ 46
18.11.9 Arm/Disarm Area Selection............................................................................................ 46
18.11.10Output Number............................................................................................................ 47
18.11.11Output Action............................................................................................................... 47
18.11.12Next Zone.................................................................................................................... 47
18.12 Alarm Action................................................................................................................ 47
18.13 Disarmed Open............................................................................................................ 48
18.14 Report to Transmit........................................................................................................ 48
18.15 Output Number............................................................................................................ 48
18.16 Output Action............................................................................................................... 48
18.17 Swinger Bypass............................................................................................................ 49
18.18 Prewarn Keypad Addresses........................................................................................... 49
18.19 Entry Delay.................................................................................................................. 49
18.20 Zone Retard Delay........................................................................................................ 49
18.21 Presignal Keypad Addresses.......................................................................................... 49
18.22 Fast Response.............................................................................................................. 49
18.23 Cross Zone................................................................................................................... 49
18.24 Priority......................................................................................................................... 49
18.25 Fire Panel Slave Input................................................................................................... 50
18.26 Area Follower............................................................................................................... 50
18.27 Zone Real-Time Status.................................................................................................. 50
18.28 Traffic Count................................................................................................................ 50
18.29 Zone Audit Days........................................................................................................... 50
18.30 Report with Account Number for Area............................................................................ 50
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Stop................................................................................................................50
19.1Stop............................................................................................................................ 50
Set Lockout Code...........................................................................................51
20.1
Set Lockout Code......................................................................................................... 51
Feature Upgrade............................................................................................51
21.1
Feature Upgrade........................................................................................................... 51
21.1.1Encryption................................................................................................................... 51
21.1.2 All No Yes Option.......................................................................................................... 51
21.1.3 Service User Authentication........................................................................................... 51
21.1.4 32 Door Add On A/ 32 Door Add On B........................................................................... 51
Appendix........................................................................................................52
22.1
22.2
22.3
22.4
22.5
22.6
22.7
22.8
22.9
22.10
22.11
22.12
22.12.1
22.12.2
22.13
22.14
False Alarm Reduction................................................................................................... 52
Diagnostics Function..................................................................................................... 52
Using the 984 Command Function................................................................................. 55
Using the Walk Test...................................................................................................... 55
Walk Test..................................................................................................................... 56
Zone Types.................................................................................................................. 56
Trip Counter For Walk Test............................................................................................ 56
Trip Counter For DMP Wireless Check-in Test (WLS)........................................................ 57
Test End Warning......................................................................................................... 57
Keypad Speaker Operation............................................................................................ 57
Cross Zoning................................................................................................................ 57
Events Manager............................................................................................................ 57
User Profiles................................................................................................................. 58
User Profiles Record...................................................................................................... 58
Wireless Check-in and Supervision Definitions................................................................. 58
Keypad Bus and LX-Bus Zone Type Descriptions.............................................................. 59
Zone Type Specifications............................................................................................... 60
Keypad Bus Zone Type Defaults..................................................................................... 60
LX-Bus Zone Type Defaults............................................................................................ 61
Common Keypad Messages........................................................................................... 62
Area Account Number Messages.................................................................................... 63
Certifications..................................................................................................64
Export Control................................................................................................64
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INTRODUCTION
1.1
Introduction
Before you Begin
This guide provides programming information for the DMP XR150/XR550 panel. After this Introduction, the
remaining sections describe the functions of each programming menu item along with the available options. Before
starting to program, we recommend that you read through the contents of this guide. The information contained
here allows you to quickly learn the programming options and operational capabilities of the panel.
In addition to this guide, you should also read and be familiar with the following documents:
• XR150/XR550 Series Installation Guide (LT-1233)
• XR150/XR550 Series Programming Sheet (LT-1234)
• XR150/XR550 Users Guide (LT-1278)
• XR150/XR550 Compliance Listing Guide (LT-1330)
Internal Programmer
The panel contains all of its programming information in an on-board processor and does not require an external
programmer. You can perform all programming tasks through a 32-character DMP alphanumeric keypad set to
address one.
Programming Information Sheet
1.2
Included with each panel are the Programming Information Sheets. These list the various programming prompts and
available options for programming the panel. Before starting to program, we recommend you completely fill out
each sheet with the programming options you intend to enter into the panel.
Having completed programming sheets available before entering data helps prevent errors and can shorten the time
you spend programming. Completed sheets also provide you with an accurate panel program record you can keep
on file for future system service or expansion. The remainder of this Introduction provides instructions for starting
and ending a programming session using the alphanumeric keypad.
Getting Started
Ground Yourself Before Handling the Panel! Touch any grounded metal, such as the enclosure, before touching the
panel to discharge static.
Remove All Power From the Panel! Remove all AC and battery power from the panel before installing or connecting
any modules, cards, or wires to the panel.
Before starting to program the panel, make sure the panel is properly grounded and AC and battery power is
applied to the appropriate panel terminals. All wiring connections and grounding instructions are detailed in the
XR150/XR550 Series Installation Guide (LT-1233).
Program from any Keypad Address
You can program the panel from any 32-character wireless keypad or hardwired keypad connected to the panel’s
keypad data bus. See the XR150/XR550 Installation Guide (LT-1233) for keypad addressing and installation
information for hardwired keypads.
Program from any Wireless Keypad
To enable wireless keypad association operation on a LCD Wireless keypad (Models 9060 and 9063), press and hold
the Back Arrow key and CMD until SET BRIGHTNESS displays. Enter the code 3577 (INST) and press CMD. Press KPD
RF to start the RF survey communication. The keypad displays its wireless serial number and RF SURVEY.
To enable association operation on a Wireless Graphics Touchscreen keypad (Model 9862), access the Options menu
through the carousel menu. While in the Options display, press the Installer Options icon. Enter the code 3577
(INST) and press CMD. Press KPD RF to start the RF survey communication. The keypad displays its wireless serial
number and RF SURVEY.
To enable wireless keypad association operation on the XR150/XR550 panel reset the panel three times allowing the
keypad bus transmit light to begin flashing between
each reset.
For 60 seconds the panel listens for wireless keypads
that are in RF Survey mode and have not been
programmed or associated into another panel. When
the keypad associates with the panel the keypad logo
LED turns from Red to Green.
Transmit/Receive LEDs
Figure 1: XR550 Series Panel Showing Reset and Transmit/Receive LEDs
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Wireless keypads are assigned to the first open device position in Device Setup automatically based upon the order
in which they are detected.
1.3
1.4
Accessing the Programmer
1. Momentarily place the Reset jumper over both of the RESET pins to reset the panel.
2. Enter the code 6653 (PROG) and press COMMAND.
3. The keypad displays: PROGRAMMER.
Encrypted Communications (XR550 with Encryption only)
Some installations require secure data communications. Use a unique passphrase to enable encrypted
communications and provide a secure means for data communications. See Network Options.
An XR550 panel with encryption communicates using 128-bit or 256-bit AES encryption. If you currently have
an XR550 panel with network installed, you may purchase a separate feature key to activate encrypted
communications using the Feature Upgrade process. Encrypted communication cannot be enabled on a standard
XR550 panel. For more information on the Feature Upgrade process see Section 21 in this document.
Programmer Operation
There are 20 programming sections to choose from:
1.5
1.6
Programming Item
Section in This Manual
Programming Item
Section in This Manual
Initialization
2
Output Information
12
Communication
3
Output Groups
13
Network Options
4
Menu Display
14
Messaging Setup
5
Status List
15
Device Setup
6
PC Log Reports
16
Remote Options
7
Area Information
17
System Reports
8
Zone Information
18
System Options
9
Stop
19
Bell Options
10
Set Lockout Code
20
Output Options
11
Feature Upgrade
21
To choose a section for programming, press any select key or area when the keypad displays the name of that
section. Sections 2 through 21. contain detailed instructions for each programming step.
Programmer Lockout Codes
The panel allows you to enter the programming function without entering a lockout code using steps 1 to 4 listed
in Getting Started. We recommend, however, that you install a Lockout Code to restrict programming to only those
persons your company authorizes. You can do this by using the SET LOCKOUT CODE feature in the Programmer. The
Lockout Code restricts any unauthorized panel programming.
After resetting the panel and entering the code 6653, the keypad displays PROGRAMMER. Press COMMAND to
advance through the programming sections until SET LOCKOUT CODE displays (after STOP). Press any select key or
area. The keypad displays ENTER CODE: – . Enter a 3 to 5 digit Programmer Lockout Code and press COMMAND. The
keypad displays ENTER AGAIN followed by ENTER CODE: –. Enter the same 3 to 5 digit code a second time and press
COMMAND. The keypad displays CODE CHANGED.
Note: The panel does not accept a 5-digit Lockout Code higher than 65535.
Before accessing programmer functions enter the new code number. Write the Lockout Code number down and
keep it in a secure place with access limited to authorized persons only. Lost Lockout Codes require the panel to be
sent back to DMP for repair. You may cancel a Lockout Code by entering 00000 at the Set Lockout Code command.
Reset Timeout
The panel has a feature that requires you to enter the Programmer within 30 minutes of resetting the panel. After
30 minutes, if you attempt to program by entering the 6653 (PROG) code, the keypad displays: RESET PANEL. You
must reset the panel and enter the program code then begin programming within the next 30 minutes.
If you are already in the Programmer and do not press any keys on the programming keypad for 30 minutes, the
panel terminates programming. All data entered up to that time is not saved unless you run the Stop routine.
Note: Use the Stop routine to exit panel Programming. Ensure the keypad displays “SAVING PROGRAM” to save
all programming changes entered.
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1.7
Power Up
When the panel is powered up after an AC power failure, any zone transitions are not recognized for 60 seconds.
Normal zone processing resumes at the end of the 60 seconds.
1.8Keypads
DMP offers multiple keypads in a variety of styles that provide programming capabilities. Each keypad and its
operation are shown and described in the following sections.
32-Character Display
32-Character Display
Power LED
SMITH RESIDENCE
FRI
12: 51 PM
Select Keys
Backlit Logo
and Proximity
Antenna
COMMAND Key
JONES RESIDENCE
FRI
12:51 PM
Armed LED
Select Keys
Backlit Logo
and Proximity
Antenna
COMMAND Key
Back Arrow Key
Back Arrow Key
Data Entry Digit keys
Data Entry Digit keys
Figure 4: Thinline/Aqualite Keypad
Figure 3: Wireless Keypad
Interactive Shield
Proximity Card
Reader
Dealer
Logo
MON 5:35 AM
Panic
CURRENT
82
TODAY
Local Weather
Conditions
Micro SD
Card Slot
Chime
HI LO
98 77
HI
LO
WEDNESDAY 80 74
Check-In
DISARMED
Fire Reset
Carousel
Menu
Figure 5: Graphic Touchscreen Keypad
1.9
Special Keys
The following special keys/areas are common to all DMP keypads.
COMMAND (CMD) Key
Pressing the COMMAND key allows you to go forward through the programming menu and through each step of a
programming sec­tion. As you go through the programming, the keypad display shows any current programming
already stored in the panel memory. If no change is required for an option, press the COMMAND key to advance to
the next step.
The COMMAND key is also used to enter information into the panel’s memory such as phone numbers or zone names.
Press the COMMAND key after entering information.
Back Arrow (<—) Key
Use the Back Arrow key to back up one step while programming. The Back Arrow key is also used when an error is
made while entering in­formation. Press the Back Arrow key once to erase the last character entered.
Select Keys or Areas
The top row of keys are called the select keys on Thinline and Aqualite keypads or select areas on Graphic
Touchscreen keypads. Each time you need to press a select key or area, the keypad displays the function or options
above one of the keys or in the select area. Displaying choices above individual select keys or in select areas allows
them to be used for many different applications. For example, you can enter AM or PM when programming the
automatic test time or answer YES or NO for a system option.
During programming, the select keys or areas also allow you to change infor­mation currently in panel memory by
pressing the appropriate select key or area under or on the display. You then enter the new information using the
keypad data entry digit keys.
When there are more than four re­sponse options avail­able, press the COMMAND key to display the remaining
options. Pressing the Back Arrow key allows you to review the previous four choices.
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The select keys or areas are also used for choosing a section from the pro­gramming menu. Press any select key or
touch the select area when the programming section name you want displays.
Note: On Wireless, Thinline and Aqualite keypads, when instructed to press the first select key, press the far
left select key; the second select key is the second from the left; third select key is second from the right; and
the fourth select key is the far right key. See Figure 7.
On Graphic Touchscreen Keypads, when instructed to press the first select key, touch select area 1; the second
select key touch select area 2; third select key touch select area 3; and the fourth select key touch select area 4.
See Figure 7.
A
B
C
Select Area 2
Select Area 1
(
First Letter
Third Letter
Second Letter
Special Character
Select Area 3
Select Area 4
32-Character Display
Figure 7: Graphic Touchscreen Select Areas
Figure 6: Thinline/Aqualite/Wireless Select Keys
1.10 Entering Alpha Characters
Some options during programming require you to enter alpha characters. To enter an alpha character, press or
touch the key that has that letter written below it. The keypad displays the number digit of the key. Next, press
the select key or area that corresponds to the loca­tion of the letter under the key. Pressing a different select key
or area changes the letter. When an­other digit key is pressed, the last letter displayed is retained and the process
starts over.
1.11 Entering Non-Alpha Characters
To enter a space in an alpha entry, press the 9 digit key followed by the third select key or area. The three
characters on the 9 digit key are Y, Z, and space. You can also enter the following characters: – (dash), . (period), *
(asterisk), and # (pound sign) using the 0 (zero) key and the four select key or area from left to right. For example,
to enter a – (dash), press the 0 (zero) key and then the left select key or area. A dash now appears in the keypad
display. The table below shows the character locations for DMP keypads.
Key Number
Select Key or
Area 1
Select Key or
Area 2
Select Key or
Area 3
Select Key or
Area 4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
A
D
G
J
M
P
S
V
Y
-
B
E
H
K
N
C
F
I
L
O
R
U
X
space
*
(
)
!
?
/
&
@
,
_
#
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1.12 Keypad Displays Current Programming
Each programming option displayed at the keypad shows the currently selected option in the panel memory. These
options are either shown as a number, a blank, or a NO or YES. To change a number or blank to a new number, press
any select key or touch any select area. The current option is replaced with a dash.
Press the number(s) on the keypad you want to enter as the new number for that option. It is not necessary to
enter numbers with leading zeros. The panel automatically right justifies the number when you press the COMMAND
key.
To change a programming option that requires a NO or YES response, press the select key or touch the select area
for the response not selected. See Figure 8.
For example, if the current option is selected as YES and you want to change it to NO, on Thinline or Aqualite
keypads press the third select key. On Graphic Touchscreen keypads touch select area 3. The display changes to NO.
Press the COMMAND key to display the next option.
Press the black colored top
row Select key/area.
Thinline,
Aqualite,
Wireless
Keypads
BELL TST
Graphic
Keypads
YES
BELL TST
1.13 Multiple Displays
THEN
The keypad displays the new
selection. Press CMD to advance.
BELL TST
NO
BELL TST
YES
NO
Figure 8: Changing the Current Programming Option
For many programming and user options, such as Area selections, Menu Displays, and Status Lists, there are several
displays containing programming. For example, when programming Menu Displays, keypads 1 through 16 display on
two separate displays. First, keypads 1 through 8 display. Press the COMMAND key to display keypads 9 through 16.
This same scheme is used for areas 1 through 32.
Note: Areas not pre-programmed at installation to display at this keypad cannot be viewed.
1.14 Asterisks in Programming
Asterisks display next to a programming option that is already selected. As shown in the example, options that are
selected to display the current programming selection have an asterisk next to the number. Those that are not
selected simply display the number. In the Devices example, keypads 3, 8, 9, and 15 are not selected. In the Areas
example, areas 3, 8, 9, 15, 19, 23, 25, and 31 are not selected. In both examples the numbers with asterisks are
selected.
Devices
*1
*5
*2
*6
3
*7
*4
8
9
*13
Areas
*10
*14
*11
15
*12
*16
*1
*5
9
*13
*2
*6
*10
*14
3
*7
*11
15
*4
8
*12
*16
*17
*21
25
*29
*18
*22
*26
*30
19
23
*27
31
*20
*24
*28
*32
To select or deselect a number, simply enter the number using the digit keys on the keypad. This same scheme is
used when viewing the panel armed status and other programming and operational functions. Remember to press
the COMMAND key to display the rest of the device or area numbers.
1.15 Compliance Instructions
This product incorporates field-programmable software. Refer to the XR150/XR550 Compliance Listing Guide
(LT-1330) for additional compliance information.
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INITIALIZATION
Initialization
NOTE: WHEN ANY PANEL PROGRAMMING IS CHANGED, THE STOP ROUTINE MUST BE RUN AND ‘SAVING PROGRAM’
MUST DISPLAY ON THE KEYPAD IN ORDER TO SAVE THE PROGRAMMING CHANGES. SEE SECTION 20.1.
2.1Initialization
INITIALIZATION
This function allows you to clear selected parts of the panel program back to the factory
defaults in preparation for system programming. Run the initialization function on all new
installations.
For each section of the panel program you
can initialize, a NO or YES option is provided.
CODES?
NO
YES
Selecting YES advances you to
a confirmation prompt.
SURE?
Selecting NO advances
you to the next prompt.
SCHEDS?
YES
NO
If you select YES, the panel initializes that section of
the program and advances you to the next prompt.
NO
YES
If you select NO, the panel advances you to the next
section prompt but does not initialize that section of
the program.
2.2
INIT ALL? NO YES
SURE? YES NO
Clear All Memory
2.3
CODES? NO YES
Clear All Codes
2.4
SCHEDS? NO YES
SURE? YES NO
Clear All Schedules
2.5
EVENTS? NO YES
SURE? YES NO
Clear Display Events Memory
2.6
ZONES? NO YES
SURE? YES NO
Clear Zone Information
2.7
AREAS? NO YES
SURE? YES NO
Clear Area Information
2.8
OUTPUTS? NO YES
SURE? YES NO
Clear Output Information
2.9
COM/RMT? NO YES
SURE? YES NO
Clear Communication and Remote Options
2.10
WIFI?
SURE?
Clear Wi-Fi
2.11
DEFAULTS NO YES
SURE? YES NO
SURE? YES NO
NO YES
YES NO
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NO - Leaves existing programming intact then displays Clear All Codes.
YES - Clears all memory then displays Reset Panel. Reset the panel by shorting RESET and
re-enter programming mode to continue.
NO - Leaves existing codes intact.
YES - Clears the user code and user profile memory and assigns user code number 99 to the
highest user position.
Note: The user name for the default user code is created using the current programmed
primary user language.
NO - Leaves existing schedules intact.
YES - Clears all shift, and output schedules.
NO - Leaves existing event memory intact.
YES - Clears the events memory.
NO - Leaves existing zone information intact.
YES - Clears the zone information for all zones. All zones are marked * UNUSED * and must
be renamed before being able to display on any system keypad.
NO - Leaves existing area information intact.
YES - Clears the area information for all areas. All areas are marked * UNUSED * and must
be renamed before being able to display on any system keypad.
NO - Leaves existing output information intact.
YES - Clears all programmed Output names and any output cutoff assignment.
NO - Leaves existing communication and remote options intact.
YES - Reset communication and remote options programming to factory defaults.
NO - Leaves existing Wi-Fi programming intact.
YES - Reset Wi-Fi programming to factory defaults.
Set to Factory Defaults
NO - Leaves existing panel programming intact.
YES - Sets the panel’s programming back to factory default selections and clears all
Z-Wave device programming and Favorites from the panel. Selecting YES does not clear the
panel’s event memory, zones, user code information, or schedules.
Note: Sets the Programming and User language to English.
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Communication
3.1Communication
COMMUNICATION
Configure the communication options for the panel. The information you program varies
with the Communication Type you select.
3.2
ACCOUNT NO: 12345
3.3
XMIT DELAY: 3.4
PATH: -
Communication Path
3.5
COMM TYPE: NONE
Communication Type
30
CELL WIFI
PATH TYPE: BACKUP
PRIMARY BACKUP
TEST RPT: YES
NO
3.8
The Account Number is a 1 to 5 digit number used to identify which panel is sending a
message. Enter the account number sent to the SCS-1R Receiver. Messages may be sent to a
central station or via PC Log Reports to a PC. The default is 12345.
NET, CELL, and DD - The range of valid account numbers for a panel is 1 to 65535. For
accounts of four digits or less, do not enter leading zeros.
Transmit Delay
Enter the number of seconds (15 to 45) the panel waits before sending burglary zones
(Night, Day, or Exit) reports to the receiver. Other zone type reports are sent immediately.
Alarm bells and relay outputs are not delayed during this period. Program Burglary Outputs
for pulsed or steady, and set Abort Reports to YES if Opening and Closing reports are not
being sent. Enter 0 (zero) to disable this function. The default is 30.
If the area where the alarm occurred is disarmed during the Transmit Delay time, only an
Abort Report (S45) message is sent to the receiver. If the area where the alarm occurred
is disarmed after the alarm message is sent to the receiver but before the Bell Cutoff
time expires even if the alarm was silenced, an Alarm Cancelled (S49) message is sent.
Otherwise the alarm is sent at the end of the delay. The Alarm Cancelled report cannot be
disabled.
Up to eight communication paths may be programmed. Each path is designated as a
primary or backup communication route. Path 1 is always Primary but other paths may be
programmed as additional primary or backup.
Each primary path establishes a new path group. A path group is made up of the primary
path and its subsequent backup paths. Typical communication takes place on the primary
path with backup paths being used only when the primary path fails or when the backup
path is programmed to duplicate messages. There is no option to backup path 8.
NONE DD NET CID
3.7
Account Number
YES
DEFER
TEST FREQ: 1 DY
Specifies the communication method the panel uses on this path to report system events to
DMP SCS-1R, SCS-VR Receivers or non-DMP receivers. Default is NONE for Path 1, and NONE
for Path 2-8.
NONE - For local systems. Selecting NONE ends communication programming.
DD - Digital Dialer communications to a DMP SCS-1R Receiver.
NET - Network communication using the panel onboard network connection. The DMP
Network/Output reporting format is transmitted over a data network to the SCS-1R or SCSVR Receiver.
CID - This option allows the panel to communicate to DMP receivers using the Contact ID
format.
CELL - This option allows communication over the cellular network using the 263C or 263H
Cellular Communicators.
WIFI - Network communication to DMP Model SCS-1R or SCS-VR Receivers.
3.6 Path Type
The Path Type defines if the path is Primary or Backup. Because Path 1 is Primary, this
option only displays for paths 2-8. Default is Backup.
Note: If the Primary Communication Type is CELL, then the backup Communication Type
can only be NET.
Test Report
Test Report determines if test reports are sent on this path. Reports are sent according to
the programming in Test Frequency and Test Time. Default is Yes.
Select YES to allow the programmed test report to be sent on the path currently being
programmed.
Select DEFER to not send a test report if the panel communicates any message to the
receiver within the time set in Test Frequency. Select NO to not send test reports on this
path.
Test Frequency
Test Frequency determines the frequency of the test report. Enter a number from 1 to 60
and select DY (Day) or HR (Hour) by pressing the far right select key or area. Default is 1
Day.
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3.9
Test Day
TEST DAY: SUN
Use this option to set the day of the Test Report. This option appears only when Test Report
is Yes, Test Frequency is Day and a multiple of seven. Press the COMMAND key to display the
first four days of the week. Press the COMMAND key to display the last three days. Select
the day of the week to send the test report. Default is Sunday.
3.10
3.11
TEST TIME:
0:00 AM
Test Time
CHECKIN: NO YES
Check In
CHECKIN:
NO
YES RND ADPT
CHECKIN:
ADP3
CHECKIN MINS: 200
3.12
FAIL MINS:
240
Use this option to select the time of day for Test Reports. Select the hour, minute and AM/
PM. Enter 0:00 AM to disable this feature. Default is 0:00 AM.
This option displays if the COMM TYPE is NET or CELL. Check-in reports are a method of
supervising the panel for communication with the receiver. For NET the default is YES. For
CELL the default is YES.
Select RND (Random) for the panel to check-in at random times from 6 to 60 minutes when
all areas are disarmed. If any area is armed a check-in is sent every 6 minutes.
Select ADPT (Adaptive) for a backup path to adapt to the check-in programming from
this groups primary path if the primary path becomes unavailable. Check-in programming
includes Check-in and Fail Time.
Select ADP3 (Adaptive 3) for a backup path to adapt using a 3 minute Check-in and Fail
Time if the primary path becomes unavailable. This option also indicates a Communication
Trouble (S10) if the cell tower is unavailable for 3 minutes.
When YES is selected, enter the number of minutes between check-in reports, from 2
to 240 for NET or 3 to 240 for CELL, when the panel is armed or disarmed. For CELL the
default is 0. For NET the default is 200.
Fail Time
This option displays if CHECKIN is set to YES. Entering a FAIL TIME allows the receiver to
miss multiple check-ins before logging that the panel is missing. The maximum fail time is
240 minutes. For example, if CHECKIN is 10 and FAIL TIME is 30, the receiver only indicates
a Panel Not Responding after 30 minutes. The FAIL TIME must be equal to or greater than
the CHECKIN time. Default is equal to CHECKIN for CELL. Default is 240 for NET.
3.13
ENCRYPT:
NO
3.14
3.15
3.16
NO
128256
RECEIVER IP
000.000.000.000
Encryption (XR550 with Encryption only)
This option displays only if the Communication Type is NET or CELL. Select 128 or 256 to enable
the encryption level for the path currently being programmed. Default is NO.
Note: 256-bit encrypted messages to the SCS-1R receiver only communicate when using
SCS-104 Receiver Line Cards with Version 102 or higher software.
Receiver IP
This option displays only if the Communication Type is NET or CELL. Enter the Receiver
IP address where the panel sends network messages. The Receiver IP Address must be
unique and cannot be duplicated on the network. Enter all 12 digits and leave out the
periods. For example, enter IP address 192.168.0.250 as 192168000250. The periods display
automatically.
RECEIVER PORT 2001
Receiver Port
FIRST PHONE NO.
First Telephone Number
Enter the receiver port number. Valid range is 1 to 65,535. Default is 2001.
This option displays only if the Communication Type is DD or CID.
This is the first number the panel dials when sending reports to the receiver. Phone
numbers can have two lines of 16 characters each to equal up to 32 characters.
Enter P to program a three-second pause in the dialing sequence. The P character counts as
part of the 32 allowable characters.
Enter R as the first character for rotary (pulse) phone function. The R character counts as
part of the 32 allowable characters.
Call Waiting: You can place the “* 7 0 P” (Star, Seven, Zero, Pause) in the telephone
number first position to cancel Call Waiting. For example, program NET with second line
DD and phone number *70P555-1212, and you have NET with Call Waiting cancelled on the
second line.
Caution: A call waiting cancel programmed on a non-call waiting telephone line
would prevent communication to the central station.
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3.17
SECOND PHONE NO.
Second Telephone Number
3.18
ADVANCED? NO YES
Advanced Programming
3.19
FIRST GPRS APN
SECURECOM400
-
First GPRS APN
SECOND GPRS APN
SECURECOM400
-
Second GPRS APN
3.20
FAIL TEST HRS:
3.21
PROTOCOL: TCP
3.22
RETRY SECONDS: 3.23
SUB CODE: NO
NO
3.24
893A:
The panel dials the second number when two successive tries using the first number fail. If
the panel cannot reach the receiver after two attempts using the second number, it returns
to the first number and makes two additional attempts. A total of ten dialing attempts are
made using the first and second phone num­bers.
Each number can be up to 32 characters in length in­cluding any P or R char­acters entered
for pause or rotary connections or call waiting cancel option.
Should all ten attempts fail, the panel continues to attempt sending the message using
the next programmed path. If all programmed communication paths fail, the panel clears
the communication buffer and makes one communication attempt each hour to send a
TRANSMIT FAILED (S87) report to the receiver. Access the User Menu Display Events feature
to view the report information not sent to the receiver or download the report with DMP
Remote Link™ software.
Select Yes to enter the Advanced Programming menu for the communication path currently
being programmed.
Enter the first APN (Access Point Name). This allows an access point for cellular
communication and is used to connect to a DNS network. The APN may contain two lines of
16 characters to equal 32 characters. Default is set to SECURECOM400.
Note: This option is not used when a 263C CDMA Cellular Communicator is used for
communication.
Enter the second APN (Access Point Name). This works as a backup in case the first APN
fails. The APN may contain two lines of 16 characters to equal 32 character Default is set to
SECURECOM400.
Note: This option is not used when a 263C CDMA Cellular Communicator is used for
communication.
Fail Test Hours
0
This option sets the frequency for a Backup or Adaptive path to send a test report when the
closest previous path fails within its path group.
For example, if a backup path is programmed to send a weekly test report and the Fail Test
Frequency is set to 2 hours, when the previous path fails within its group, the backup path
starts sending a test every 2 hours until the previous path restores. If Fail Test Frequency is
set to 0, test reports are sent only according to Test Report programming. Range is 0 to 24
hours. Default is 0.
Protocol
This option displays only when Communication Type is NET.
Select TCP to communicate over the network using TCP protocol. Select UDP to
communicate using UDP protocol. Default is TCP.
6
YES SHARED
NO YES
2ND LINE PREFIX:
-
Retry Seconds
This option displays for NET Communication.
Enter the number of seconds (between 6 and 15) the panel should wait before retrying to
send a message to the receiver if an acknowledgment was not received. The panel retries
as many times as possible for a period of one minute before sending a network trouble
message. For example, if retry time is set to 15, the panel retries four times.
The default Retry Time is 6 seconds.
Note: If TCP is enabled, the minimum Retry Time programmed is 6 seconds.
Substitution Code
This option displays when the Communication Type is NET or CELL. The Panel Substitution
Code increases the level of security by helping to ensure that the panel sending the
message to the receiver has not been substituted by another panel. The default is NO.
Select YES to send a substitution code with every message.
Select SHARED (SHR) to use the same substitution code as operating in the previous path.
893A
This option displays when the Communication Type is DD or CID.
The 893A option allows reports to be sent to the receiver on a second DD line using the
893A module. Default is No.
When using this option, Test Report messages (S07 Automatic Recall Test or S88.
Unrestored System Recall Test) are sent to the receiver at the frequency programmed in
Test Frequency, alternating between the first and second phone line.
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For example, a DD path with an 893A module set for daily test report frequency sends a
test report through phone line 1 one day and phone line 2 the next day.
If the 893A option is set to YES, enter up to a 3-digit prefix to be dialed before the second
phone number. If no prefix is entered, the second phone number is dialed as originally
entered.
3.25
ALARM SWITCH: 3.26
Duplicate Alarms
DUPLICATE ALARMS
This
option displays for BACKUP paths. If Yes is selected, the current backup path
NO YES duplicates
all alarms occurring on its group primary path. Default is No.
3.27
ALARM
1
YES
NO YES
FIRE
Alarm Switch
This option displays for DD or CID Communication Types.
Enter the number of attempts to send an alarm message before switching to the next path.
Range is from 1 to 10. All non-alarm messages are sent for 10 attempts on the dialer before
a switch is initiated. If the path immediately following this channel is not a backup path,
this option has no effect. Default is 1.
Alarm Reports
This option displays when the Path Type is Primary. All backup paths within the group follow
the same programming for Alarm Reports. Default is Yes.
When YES is selected, the following reports are sent to the receiver for all zone types:
• Alarm
• Bypass
• Reset • Restore
When FIRE is selected, the following reports are sent for Fire, Fire Verify and Supervisory
Zones:
• Alarm
• Bypass
• Reset • Restore
3.28
SPV/TRBL
NO
Supervisory/Trouble Reports
YES
YES
FIRE
3.29
O/C USER NO YES
3.30
DOOR ACS DENY
Opening/Closing and User Reports
This option displays when the Path Type is Primary. All backup paths within the group follow
the same programming for Opening/Closing and User Reports. Default is Yes.
When YES is selected, the following reports by user are sent to this receiver.
• Opening
• Code changes (including adding, deleting, changing)
• Closing • Schedule changes (temporary, permanent, shift)
• Bypass • Holiday date changes
• Reset
NO
3.31
This option displays when the Path Type is Primary. All backup paths within the group follow
the same programming for Supervisory/Trouble Reports. Default is Yes.
When YES is selected, the following reports are sent for all zone types:
• Trouble • Low Battery • Missing
• Fault
• Restorals
• System Troubles
• System Restoral
When FIRE is selected, the following reports are sent for Fire, Fire Verify, and Supervisory
Zones:
• Trouble • Low Battery • Missing
• Fault
• Restorals
• System Troubles
• System Restoral
Serviceman reports are sent regardless of the selection made for Supervisory/Trouble
reports.
YES
DENY
PANIC TST NO YES
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Door Access Report
This option displays when the Path Type is Primary. All backup paths within the group follow
the same programming for Door Access Reports. Default is Deny.
Select YES to enable Door Access Granted and Denied reports to this receiver whenever
a door access is granted to a user. The Door Access Granted report is only sent if the
keypad number has also been selected in Access Keypads under the SYSTEM REPORTS
programming.
Select DENY to enable Door Access Denied reports only to this receiver when a door access
is denied to a user.
Panic Test (Network only)
YES allows the panic zone test verification and failure results to be sent to the central
station receiver. NO disables the panic test report. The default setting is NO. The system
test start, stop, panic zone verification, and panic zone failure messages sent to the
central station and the trips count operation are the same as used under the Walk Test. See
Using the Walk Test section in the Appendix.
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3.32
3.33
SEND COMM TRBL:
NO YES
SEND PATH INFO:
NO YES
Send Communication Trouble
This option displays for each path and determines if and how communication trouble on
the path is sent to the receiver. A trouble message indicates both the path number and
communication type that failed. Default is Yes.
Send Path Information
This option displays for each path and if YES, each panel message includes path information
such as path number, communication type, and path type. Default is No.
NETWORK OPTIONS
Network Options
Network Options are provided to define the network configuration for the panel. This information will be used
during communication of messages via network.
Note: Wi-Fi must be selected as Communication Type in the Communication section for Wi-Fi Setup to display.
Note: IP addresses and port numbers may need to be assigned by the network administrator. When entering an
IP, Gateway, or Subnet Mask address be sure to enter all 12 digits and leave out the periods. For example, IP
address 192.168.000.250 is entered as 192168000250.
4.1
4.2
NETWORK OPTIONS
WPS LIST M
ANUAL
TEST
Network Options
This option is for configuring the desired network settings. Press any select key or area to
select.
WiFi Setup
This option is for connecting to the desired Wi-Fi network and will display only when Comm
Type is set to Wi-Fi. Press any select key or area to select.
WPS LIST MANUAL displays. Press the first select key or area to choose WPS to
automatically connect to a WPS enabled router. Press the second select key or area to
choose LIST and see the name and signal strength of any Wi-Fi routers in range. Press the
third or fourth select key or area to choose MANUAL and enter the name of the Wi-Fi router
you wish to connect to. Pressing COMMAND displays TEST. To select TEST press the first
select key or area to verify connection of your system to the Wi-Fi network.
4.2.1WPS
.
SEARCHING
4.2.2
When WPS is selected, SEARCHING displays. Press the WPS button on the Wi-Fi network
router to which you are attempting to connect. SEARCHING displays for up to two minutes
or until connected to the WPS enabled router. Refer to the router’s instruction manual for
sending a security key to the XR150/XR550 Series panel.
If the panel fails to connect to the WPS enabled router, WPS FAILED RETRY? NO YES
displays. Press the fourth select key or area to RETRY or press the third select key or area
to display WPS LIST MANUAL.
WPS LIST M
ANUAL
SEARCHING
SIGNAL ▐▐▐▐▐▐▐
HOMENET123
W/L SECURITY:
WPA-PSK
W/L SECURITY:
WEP WPA NONE
W/L KEY:
*****************
W/L KEY:
-
4.2.3
WPS LIST M
ANUAL
WIFI SETUP
ENTER SSID
List
When LIST is selected, SEARCHING displays until any Wi-Fi networks are found in range.
Once available Wi-Fi networks are found the keypad displays the name of the SSID (Wi-Fi
Network name) and signal strength of each network. Press COMMAND to scroll through the
list of available Wi-Fi networks. When the desired network is displayed, press any select
key or area to connect.
Note: If the panel is unable to detect the security type, W/L SECURITY with the default
security type WPA-PSK displays. If a different security type is required, press COMMAND
and WEP WPA NONE displays. Press the select key or area of the desired security type to
choose.
When connecting to the Wi-Fi network the panel also detects the security type in use and
W/L KEY: *************** displays.
Enter the W/L KEY and the panel performs a connection test and CONNECTING displays.
When successful, CONNECTED displays on the keypad. If the panel does not connect to the
Wi-Fi network, NOT CONNECTED displays. Press COMMAND to return to the Wi-Fi SETUP
main screen.
Manual
This option allows you to enter the desired network name using the keypad. When MANUAL
is selected, the current settings display. Press COMMAND to continue with no change.
SecureCom is the default.
Use the number keys on the keypad to enter a new or different SSID (Wi-Fi Network
name), there is no need to press the select keys or areas. Once the SSID is entered, press
COMMAND and SEARCHING displays.
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SSID:
SSID FOUND
When an SSID is entered for the first time or changed, the panel searches for the SSID
entered to ensure communication. The keypad displays SSID FOUND or SSID NOT FOUND.
When the SSID is found, the security type is also detected.
Note: Depending on the security type, the SSID might take several seconds to process.
Enter up to 32 characters for the SSID from the network router to identify the network LAN.
The SSID is blank by default. Use the chart below to enter lowercase or special characters.
Each successive press of the select key or area gives additional options. For example, to
enter Me5%, you would press key # 5, select key or area 1 (M); press key # 2, select key or
area 2 twice (e); press key # 5 (5); press key # 7, select key or area 4 twice (%).
Key Number Select Key or Select Key or Select Key or Select Key or
area 1
area 2
area 3
area 4
Note: When
1
A, a,
B, b
C, c
(, [, {
\ is entered,
2
D, d
E, e
F, f
), ], }
the keypad
3
G, g
H, h
I, i
!, ^, ~
displays ¥.
4
J, j
K, k
L, l
?, ", |
When ~ is
5
M, m
N, n
O, o
/, \, `
entered, ->
6
P, p
Q, q
R, r
&, $
displays.
7
S, s
T, t
U, u
@, %
8
V, v
W, w
X, x
,=
9
Y, y
Z, z
space, :
_, ;
0
-, +
., '
*, <
#, >
SSID:
SSID NOT FOUND
While searching, SEARCHING displays on the keypad. If the 763 is unable to connect to the
desired network and SSID NOT FOUND displays, press COMMAND to return to the main
menu and WPS LIST MANUAL displays. Press COMMAND again to display TEST.
Enter the Wireless Network Key for the network and press COMMAND to save the key.
4.2.4Test
TEST
Press the first select key or area to select TEST and the 763 will attempt to verify
connection of your system to the desired Wi-Fi network.
4.3
W/L SECURITY:
WPA-PSK
W/L SECURITY:
WEP WPA NONE
4.4
W/L KEY:
*****************
W/L KEY:
-
Wireless Security Type
When successful, W/L SECURITY displays. Select the security type based on the network
router programming. The default network security type is WPA-PSK. Press any select key or
area to display the other security options. The available options are WEP, WPA, and NONE.
Press the first select key or area to choose WEP, press the second select key or area for
WPA, press the third select key or area for NONE.
Wireless Network Key
This option displays only if Comm Type is set to Wi-Fi and Security option is not set to
NONE. Enter the key provided from the network router’s programming. WEP requires
a network password of 10 characters (WEP64) or 26 characters (WEP128), using a
combination of the number 0-9 and the letters A-F (See the chart above to enter lowercase
or special characters).
WPA/WPA-PSK uses a custom key that allows 8 to 32 characters.
Note: Depending on the security type, the key might take several seconds to process.
DHCP NO YES
4.5DHCP
If the panel uses a dynamic IP address select YES. When set to YES, the panel operates
using DHCP and does not use the Local IP Address number. When the DHCP option is set to
NO, the panel uses the IP address entered in Local IP Address. The default value for DHCP
mode is YES.
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.5
LOCAL IP ADDRESS
192.168.0.250
GATEWAY ADDRESS
1
92.168.0.1
SUBNET MASK
255.255.255.000
Local IP Address
Enter the local IP address. The Local IP Address must be unique and cannot be duplicated.
The default local IP address is 192.168.0.250.
Gateway Address
Enter the local gateway address. The Gateway IP Address is needed to exit your local
network. The default gateway address is 192.168.0.1.
Subnet Mask
Enter the local subnet mask assigned to the panel. The default subnet mask address is
255.255.255.000.
DNS SERVER
DNS Server
Enter the IP address of the DNS (Domain Name System) used by the panel to resolve domain
192.168.0.1
names into IP addresses. The default address is 192.168.0.1.
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4.6
4.7
4.8
PASSPHRASE
Passphrase (XR550 with Encryption only)
-
To enable encryption type an 8 to 16-character Passphrase using alphanumeric characters.
If you leave the Passphrase blank, the panel communicates with the SCS-1R Receiver, but
the data is not encrypted. The Passphrase is blank by default.
An XR550 panel with encryption is capable of communicating 128-bit or 256-bit encrypted
data to an SCS-104 line card installed at the receiver. The XR550 panel with encryption and
the receiver SCS-104 line card must have the same password called a Passphrase.
Note: DO NOT LOSE THE PASSPHRASE. A lost or forgotten Passphrase requires that the
XR550 panel and every SCS-104 line card at the receiver be individually reprogrammed
with a new passphrase.
Note: An XR550 panel with encryption communicates using AES encryption. If you
currently have an XR550 panel with network installed, you may purchase a separate
feature key to activate encrypted communications using the Feature Upgrade process
described in the Feature Upgrade Section. Encrypted communication cannot be enabled
on a standard XR550 panel.
Note: 256-bit encrypted messages to the SCS-1R receiver only communicate when using
SCS-104 Receiver Line Cards with Version 102 or higher software.
734N LISTEN
PORT:
2002
734N PASSPHRASE
-
734N Listen Port.
Enter the port number that the 734N/734N-WiFi will use to send communication to
the panel. This must be the same port that is programmed in Panel IP Port within the
734N/734N-WiFi Communication programming menu.
Note: The 734N Listen Port cannot be the same as the panel network programming
port.
734N Passphrase
Enter an 8 to 16-character Passphrase to encrypt communication with the
734N/734N-WiFi module. The 734N Passphrase must match the 734N Passphrase entered in
Communication programming of the 734N. The Passphrase is blank by default.
Note: A passphrase is required for operation.
Messaging Setup
5.1
MESSAGING SETUP
Messaging Setup
MESSAGE SETUP
This section allows you to enter the information needed to receive messages directly
from the panel via MyAccess™ SMS Text using Cellular communication. All of the name and
password options below allow up to 32 lowercase characters to be entered. The Destination
addresses allow up to 48 characters to be entered. System Name is displayed with initial
caps.
The transmitted messages are:
• Zone Alarms by Zone Name
• Zone Troubles by Zone Name
• Zone Bypass by User
• Arming (Closings) by User|
• Disarming (Openings) by User
• Late to Close
• AC Power Trouble and Restoral
• System Low Battery
• Ambush
• Abort, Cancel and Alarm Verified by User
5.2
ENABLE MESSAGING
NO YES
Enable Messaging
5.3
SYSTEM NAME
-
System Name
5.4
DESTINATION 1
Destination 1
-
Select YES to allow the panel to send messages to three programmed destinations. Default
is NO.
Enter a unique name for the panel. The panel name is used as the sender of the message.
The text entered is displayed with initial caps. If this field is left blank, the panel account
number is sent.
Enter the first cell phone number where messages will be sent. The message can be sent to
any device (computer, cell phone, PDA) as long as a valid cell phone number is entered.
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5.5
DESTINATION 1
NUMBER:0
USER
5.6
Enter the second destination cell phone number.
DESTINATION 2
NUMBER:0
USER
5.8
Enter a valid user number from this account. This option is used when sending commands
such as arming or disarming back to the panel using MyAccess™ SMS Text from the same cell
phone or PDA. The user number must have the authority to perform the commands as if it
occurred at the keypad. MyAccess™ SMS Entering 0 (zero) disables this option. Default is 0.
Destination 2
DESTINATION 2
-
5.7
Destination 1 User Number
Destination 2 User Number
Enter a valid User Number for arming/disarming authorization.
Destination 3
DESTINATION 3
Enter the third destination cell phone number.
5.9
DESTINATION 3
USER
NUMBER:0
Destination 3 User Number
5.10
O/C SMS NO YES
O/C SMS
5.11
MONTHLY LIMIT:
Monthly Limit
0
DEVICE SETUP
Enter a valid User Number for arming/disarming authorization.
Select YES to allow the panel to send Opening and Closing messages to a cell phone via SMS
protocol. Default is NO. This option displays if any destination is a cell phone number.
This option displays if any programmed destination is a cell phone number using CELL
communication. This number limits the monthly incoming and outgoing SMS messages
allowed to be sent or received by the panel.
A panel event that causes messages to be sent to destination cell phone numbers is counted
towards the panel’s monthly limit. For example, if an alarm message is sent to a cell phone
number, a total of 2 messages are counted towards the monthly limit for the panel. SMS
messages sent from a cell phone to the panel, including status requests and MyAccess™
SMS Text messaging commands, also count toward the monthly limit. The limit is reset at
midnight on the 14th of every month. Range is from 0 to 999. When 0 is entered, there is
no limit on the number of messages able to be sent or received by the panel. Default is 0.
Note: The SecureCom Wireless text plan selected for the panel should match or exceed
the programmed Monthly Limit.
Device Setup
AX-Bus Available Addresses and 734 Zone Numbers
734
Address
LX500
LX600
LX700
LX800
LX900
Door
Zones
Door
Zones
Door
Zones
Door
Zones
Door
Zones
1
501
501-504
601
601-604
701
701-704
801
801-804
901
901-904
2
505
505-508
605
605-608
705
705-708
805
805-808
905
905-908
3
509
509-512
609
609-612
709
709-712
809
809-812
909
909-512
4
513
513-516
613
613-616
713
713-716
813
813-816
913
913-916
5
517
517-520
617
617-620
717
717-720
817
817-820
917
917-920
6
521
521-524
621
621-624
721
721-724
821
821-824
921
921-924
7
525
525-528
625
625-628
725
725-728
825
825-828
925
925-928
8
529
529-532
629
629-632
729
729-732
829
829-832
929
929-932
9
533
533-536
633
633-636
733
733-736
833
833-836
933
933-936
10
537
537-540
637
637-640
737
737-740
837
837-840
937
937-940
11
541
541-544
641
641-644
741
741-744
841
841-844
941
941-944
12
545
545-548
645
645-648
745
745-748
845
845-848
945
945-948
13
549
549-552
649
649-652
749
749-752
849
849-852
949
949-952
14
553
553-556
653
653-656
753
753-756
853
853-856
953
953-956
15
557
557-560
657
657-660
757
757-760
857
857-860
957
957-960
16
561
561-564
661
661-664
761
761-764
861
861-864
961
961-964
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DEVICE SETUP
6.1
DEVICE SETUP
Device Setup
This section allows you to define the panels physical configuration. You can install and
address up to sixteen supervised devices on the keypad data bus.
6.2
DEVICE NO:-
Device Number
6.3
* UNUSED *
Device Name
6.4
TYPE: KEYPAD
DOOR KPD FI EXP
Device Type
6.5
DEVICE COMM TYPE
KPD-BUS
Device Communication Type
DEVICE COMM TYPE
KPD-BUS WIRELESS
Enter the address of the device you are programming. If using a wireless keypad, program
the device number in the Status List Auxiliary 1 Zones programming option to display
wireless keypad troubles. After you program each option for the first keypad, repeat these
programming steps for each additional keypad. The valid range for KEYPAD, FIRE, and
EXPANDER type devices is 1 -16.
DOOR Device Type (XR550 Version 111)
The XR550 includes access control for 32 door type devices. This firmware provides the
ability to program an additional 16 doors of access to the system using 734 Wiegand
Interface Modules connected to any of the XR550’s LX-Bus headers. Combined with the 16
doors of access available from the keypad bus totals 32 doors.
Door capacity can be increased to a maximum of 64 or 96 by applying purchased feature
keys. Feature keys are purchased through DMP Customer Service and entered into the
panel using a keypad or Remote Link. Call DMP Customer Service at 1-866-266-2826 for
purchasing information.
Programming and Operation
An LX-Bus address (e.g. 501) can to be entered at Device Setup to program a 734
attached to the bus. Once a 734 address has been programmed for the bus, the LX-Bus
is automatically converted from a hardwire zone expansion bus to a hardwire Access
Expansion Bus (AX-Bus) and the bus begins to operate as shown below.
• Each 734 module provides one door relay and four protection zones to connect switches
such as door and window contacts.
• 16 doors of access can be programmed per AX-Bus to a maximum of eighty (80) 734
modules. Please see the table below for available addresses.
• Any unused AX-Bus zone numbers may be programmed as wireless zones. Hardwired
zone expansion modules such as the 711, 714, 715-16 and others are incompatible with
bus operation and cannot be used.
• Device Setup programming for AX-Bus address are automatically programmed as a door
type. Device Type, Communication Type and Display Areas are not shown. Only 734
module programming is shown.
NOTE: An AX-Bus operation is only compatible with 734 modules and the Model XR550.
Keypads, 734N and 734N-Wifi modules must only be used on the keypad bus. AX-Bus
operation is incompatible with the Model XR150 and XR350 control panels.
A device name must be given to each device in the system. To add a device name, press
any select key or area. The default device name (DEVICE X) displays. Select COMMAND
to accept the default name or press any select key or area to enter a new name up to 32
alphanumeric characters. Press the COMMAND key.
To remove a device from the system, delete the device name by pressing any select key
or area, then press the COMMAND key. The panel automatically programs the name as *
UNUSED *.
This section allows you to select a device type for the selected device number.
DOOR - The device is an access control device and is either a keypad using door strike
functions or a Wiegand Interface Module.
KEYPAD - The device is a keypad.
FIRE - The device is a 630F Remote Annunciator.
Note: See Fire Device Remote Programming in the XR550 Series Compliance Guide (LT-1330)
for instructions on how to allow remote panel programming.
EXPANDER - The device is a Zone Expansion Module.
Note: The following options display based on device type selected:
For a Device Type of DOOR, select KPD-BUS to communicate with the device on the keypad
bus or select NETWORK to communicate with the device using a network connection.
Default is KPD-BUS.
For a Device Type of KEYPAD, select KPD-BUS to communicate with the device on
the keypad bus or select WIRELESS to communicate with the device using a wireless
connection. Default is KPD-BUS.
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6.6
6.6.1
Serial Number
SERIAL#: XXXXXXXX
Note: This option only displays if Device Type is KEYPAD and Device Comm Type is
WIRELESS.
Enter the eight-digit serial number found on the wireless keypad.
SUPRVSN TIME: 240
Note: This option only displays if Device Type is KEYPAD and Device Comm Type is
WIRELESS.
Press any select key or area to select the supervision time required for the device. Press
COMMAND to accept the default time. Default is 240 minutes.
Supervision Time
Press the select key or area under the required number of minutes. The device must check
in at least once during this time or a missing condition is indicated for that device. Zero (0)
indicates an unsupervised wireless keypad.
Note: When the panel is reset, panel is powered down and powered up, or programming
is complete, the supervision timer restarts for all wireless keypads.
SELECT MINUTES:
0
60
240
6.7
6.8
ACCESS AREAS:
1
2
3
5
6
7
EGRESS AREAS:
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Access Areas
4
8
Press the COMMAND key to program Access Areas. To select an area, enter the area number
using the digit keys on the keypad. When an area is selected, an asterisk appears next
to the area number. Enter the number again to deselect the area. Press COMMAND to
display the next set of areas. Refer to the Multiple Displays section at the beginning of this
document.
Users must have matching access area numbers assigned to their code to receive a door
access at this device.
If you do not enter any area numbers, all users with Door Access authority receives a door
access without regard to schedules. If the user code is programmed for Anti‑Pass YES, then
the user is logged into all matching areas. This user is not allowed to access these areas
again until they have egressed the area. See Egress Areas.
When all areas accessed by a door are armed, the door is locked by the panel.
Note: For an All/Perimeter, Home/Sleep/Away, or Home/Sleep/Away with Guest system,
Access Areas should be left at factory default settings.
Egress Areas
Press the COMMAND key to program Egress Areas. To select an area, enter the area number
using the digit keys on the keypad. When an area is selected, an asterisk appears next
to the area number. Enter the number again to deselect the area. Press COMMAND to
display the next set of areas. Refer to the Multiple Displays section at the beginning of this
document.
Note: For an All/Perimeter, Home/Sleep/Away, or Home/Sleep/Away with Guest system,
Egress Areas should be left at factory default settings.
Note: If an area is programmed as an access area, it cannot be programmed as an egress
area and therefore does not display during Egress Areas programming.
Use this option to detect Anti-passback violations. Anti-passback requires a user to properly
exit (egress) an area they have previously accessed. If users fail to exit through the proper
card reader location they are not granted access on their next attempt.
Users must have matching access area numbers assigned to their profile, to receive a door
access at this device. If the user is programmed for Anti-Pass YES, then the user is
logged out of all matching areas. This allows the user to again access the area. See Access
Areas section.
If you do not enter any area numbers, all users with Door Access authority receives a door
access without regard to schedules. If you are not using the Anti-Pass feature leave Egress
Areas blank.
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6.9
DISPLAY AREAS:
*1 *2 *3 *4
*5*6*7*8
*9 *10 *11 *12
*
13 *14 *15 *16
*17 *18 *19 *20
*
21 *22 *23 *24
*25 *26 *27 *28
*29 *30 *31 *32
Display Areas
Press the COMMAND key to program Display Areas. To select an area between 1 to 32, enter
the area number using the keypad digit keys. When an area is selected, an asterisk appears
next to the area number. Enter the number again to deselect the area. Press COMMAND to
display the next set of areas. Default is all area numbers. Refer to the Multiple Displays
section at the beginning of this document.
Display Areas allows the panels burglary activities to be segmented so that only specific
area(s) and their associated operation appear at a particular keypad. Area number(s)
selected in this field affect the way users interact with the system from this particular
device. For example: Program Device 1 to show only the zone activities and armed status
of Area 1.
Enter the area number(s) that this keypad is to display. This allows specific area control
from specific keypads, as well as annunciation of zones assigned to those area(s). When
Display Areas is left defaulted (all areas selected), Menu Display and Status List items
determine whether zone alarms and troubles display at this device, regardless of area
assignment.
Also, all system areas may be armed and disarmed from this device.
Note: For an All/Perimeter or Home/Sleep/Away system, Display Areas should be left at
factory default settings.
For Home/Sleep/Away with Guest arming systems, the Display Areas selection determines
which system the keypad arms and disarms. With areas 1, 2 or 3 being the first areas
selected, the keypad is assigned to the Main system. With area 4, 5 or 6 being the first
areas selected, the keypad is assigned to the Guest 1 system. With area 7, 8 or 9 being
the first areas selected, the keypad is assigned to the Guest 2 system. Keypads can have
additional areas assigned for Event Display.
User Action Allowed
When an area(s) is selected, the following user actions are allowed:
• Arming or Disarming of the area(s) selected from the ARM or DISARM menu
• Alarm Silence for the area(s) selected
• Zone Bypass of zones assigned to the area(s) selected
• Zone Monitor of zone assigned to the area(s) selected
• Shift schedule changes allowed for the area(s) selected
• Closing Check Schedule Extend is allowed for the area(s) selected
• Door Schedules changes are allowed for devices that have a matching area(s)
as defined in Device Access Areas
• Door On/Off Menu operation is allowed for devices that have a matching area(s)
as defined in Device Access Areas
Note: The previous user actions also require the matching area(s) be programmed in
User Profile: Arm/Disarm area(s).
Status Display Allowed
When an area(s) is chosen, the following displays are allowed:
• Armed Status of the selected area(s)
• Zone Alarms and troubles for burglary (NT, DY, EX, A1, A2) type zones assigned to the
selected area(s)
• Late to Close status of the selected area(s)
• Zone Status (normal/fault) of zones that are assigned to the selected area(s)
Options and Actions Not Affected
The following options are not affected by the Display Areas operation. The User Code
authority level controls access to these items.
• Sensor Reset Menu
• Outputs On/Off Menu
• System Status Menu
• System Test/Panic Test
• User Profiles
• Forgive Anti-Passback
• Service Request
• Set System Time and DatE
• Fire Drill
• Display Events
• 24-hour zones display at keypads based on Status List programming only
Note: A common area and its operations cannot be assigned to a specific keypad.
Display Areas example: When Device 1 has Display Areas set to 20, 21, and 22, it
annunciates troubles and alarms only for zones assigned to those areas.
When arming/disarming from Device 1, only areas 20, 21, and 22 may be armed/disarmed,
even when the User Profile has authority to arm/disarm other system areas.
Exception: Disarming of other areas not selected in Display Areas can be accomplished
by presenting a card that has disarming authority and matching profile areas with areas
assigned in Device Access Areas.
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DEVICE SETUP
6.10
STRIKE TIME:
5
Strike Time
6.11
STRIKE DELAY:
0
Strike Delay
6.12
FIRE EXIT NO YES
Fire Exit Release
PUBLIC DR NO YES
Public Door
6.13
Enter a door access time, between 1 and 250 seconds, during which a keypad or access
control device relay is activated. Magnetic locks or electric door strikes are connected to
the relay and released for the length of the strike time. Default is 5 seconds.
Enter 0 (zero) to activate the device relay with a toggle action. This allows the user to
activate or deactivate the device relay each time a valid user code is entered. The device
relay is activated or deactivated until a user code is entered again.
Note: The Request to Exit door access time of a keypad or Model 734/734N Wiegand
Interface Module is not affected by this selection. It remains at 5 seconds.
Enter the number of minutes, 0 to 9, to delay a door strike after a valid code is entered or
a card read occurs. When a valid code or card read or code is received, the activation of
the door strike is delayed for the number of minutes programmed. The standard door strike
message is sent to the Central Station receiver and logged in the Display Events at the
time of card read or code entry and is not delayed. During this delay, all subsequent codes
entered or cards presented to the reader for a door strike are ignored and no record of the
attempt is stored. Enter 0 (zero) to disable. Default is 0 (zero).
Select YES to allow the door access relay at this address to be released whenever Fire panic
keys are pressed or a Fire or Fire Verify zone alarm is in the Status List. The relay is reset
whenever a Sensor Reset is performed to remove all Fire and Fire Verify zone alarms from the
Status List. Select NO to not allow the door access relay at this address to be released.
Select YES to allow the door access relay at this address to be released whenever the
Lockdown command is issued from the keypad User Menu or remote command.
Select NO to not allow the door access relay at this address to be released. Default is NO.
6.14
OUT GROUP NO YES
Output Group
6.15
OVERRIDE NO YES
6.16
AUTO FORCE ARM
DEVICE?
NO YES
Auto Force Arm Device?
6.17
DOOR REAL-TIME
STATUS?
NO YES
Door Real-Time Status?
6.18
SEND DOOR FORCED
MESSAGE?
NO YES
Send Door Forced Message?
Select YES to allow the output group (relays) assigned to the user profile to turn ON when
the device relay is activated for the programmed strike time. This could be used to operate
an elevator control. Default is NO. See the User Profiles section in the Appendix of this
document for more information about profiles.
Schedule Override
Use this option to allow door ON/OFF schedules to be overridden by the armed condition
of the system. Selecting YES causes the on time for a door schedule to be ignored when all
areas assigned to Access Areas for this device are armed. Should any area become disarmed
after the door schedule on time, the device output turns on. A door output which is on
during a disarmed period automatically turns off when all access areas assigned to the
device become armed, even if the scheduled off time has not been reached. This feature
can be used to keep doors locked when a factory opens late, or is forced to close early, due
to a snow storm or other cause. Select NO to allow door schedules to operate independent
of system armed status.
Note: When OVERRIDE is YES and there are no areas programmed in ACCESS AREAS, the
door schedule for that device does not work. Either set OVERRIDE to NO or enter an
area number in ACCESS AREAS.
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Select YES to have all Display Areas assigned to this keypad automatically arm and force
arm faulted zones at arming. The user is not prompted to select areas to arm or force arm
faulted zones after choosing ARM at the keypad. If Closing Code is programmed as YES,
only the matching areas between the Display Areas and the User Code’s authorized areas
arm. Also, when YES is selected, the user is not prompted to select areas to disarm after
entering a code at Entry Delay or after choosing Disarm at the keypad. All matching areas
assigned to the User Code and to this keypad are automatically disarmed. When NO is
selected, the user is prompted to select areas (ALL NO YES) and choose to force arm or
bypass at arming and disarming. Default is NO.
Select YES to have real-time door status messages sent to PC Log reporting and Entré
reporting for this device. Messages are sent anytime the panel turns the door relay on or
off. Default is NO.
Select YES to have the panel send a real-time door status message of Forced Open (FO)
to PC Log reporting and Entré reporting when the door relay is off, but the door zone has
transitioned from its normal state. Default is NO.
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6.19
PROGRAM 734
OPTIONS? NO YES
Program 734/734N Options
6.19.1
ACTIVATE ZONE 2
BYPASS?
NO YES
Activate Zone 2 Bypass
6.19.2
ZONE 2 BYPASS
TIME:
Zone 2 Bypass Time
6.19.3
RELOCK ON ZONE 2
CHANGE? NO YES
6.19.4
ACTIVATE ZONE 3
REX?
NO YES
Select YES to program a 734 or a 734N/734N-WiFi Wiegand Interface Module. The options
displayed for a 734 or 734N are the same.
To program the 734, the Device Type must be set to DOOR and the Device Communication
Type must be set to KPD-BUS.
To program the 734N/734N-WiFi, the Device Type must be set to DOOR and the Device
Communication Type must be set to NETWORK.
Select YES to activate the Bypass option.
Selecting NO allows standard zone operation on Zone 2 and displays the ACTIVATE ZONE 3
REX option. Default setting is NO.
If the door being released by the 734/734N/734N-WiFi module is protected (contact
installed), you can provide a programmable Bypass entry/exit timer by connecting its contact
wiring to the 734/734N/734N-WiFi module Zone 2. When the on-board Form C relay activates
and the user opens the door connected to Zone 2, the zone is bypassed for the number of
seconds programmed in ZONE 2 BYPASS TIME allowing the user to enter/exit.
If Zone 2 does not restore (door closed) within the programmed bypass time, the
734/734N/734N-WiFi piezo pulses during the last ten seconds. If Zone 2 restores prior to
the end of the programmed time, the piezo silences. If the zone does not restore before
the programmed time, the 734/734N/734N-WiFi ends the bypass and indicates the open or
short zone condition to the panel.
40
Enter the number of Bypass seconds to elapse before the Bypass timer expires. Range is
from 20 to 250 seconds. Press any select key or area to enter the number of seconds. If the
door remains open when the timer expires a zone open/short is sent to the panel for Zone
2. The default is 40 seconds.
Relock on Zone 2 Change?
Selecting NO leaves the relay on for the door access time when Zone 2 restores.
Selecting YES turns the 734/734N/734N-WiFi relay off and relocks the door when Zone 2
changes state. The default is NO.
Activate Zone 3 Request to Exit
Selecting YES activates the Zone 3 Request to Exit (REX) option.
Selecting NO allows standard zone operation on Zone 3 and displays the ACTIVATE ONBOARD
SPEAKER option. Default setting is NO.
Optionally connect a PIR (or other motion sensing device) or a mechanical switch to Zone
3 to provide REX capability to the system. When Zone 3 shorts, the on-board Form C relay
activates for the programmed number of seconds. During this time, the user can open the
protected door to start the programmed Bypass entry/exit timer. After the programmed
number of seconds, the relay restores the door to its locked state.
The 734/734N/734N-WiFi module provides a bypass-only option for REX on Zone 3. When
Zone 3 opens from a normal state, only a bypass occurs: the on-board relay does not
activate. This bypass-only option uses two methods of REX. The first REX device provides
the programmed Bypass entry/exit timer. The second REX device, or manual device such as
a door knob, unlocks the door.
An example of the bypass-only configuration is a door to an office that is locked 24 hours a
day. Users pass a REX motion detector positioned by the door to begin the programmed exit
timer. Within the programmed number of seconds the user must then manually activate a
second device, such as a REX device or manual door knob, to unlock the door.
If the door is opened after the programmed number of seconds, the zone goes into alarm.
6.19.5
ZN 3 REX STRIKE
TIME:
6.19.6
ACTIVATE ONBOARD
SPEAKER? NO YES
Zone 3 REX Strike Time
5 Enter the number of REX seconds to elapse. Range is from 5 to 250 seconds. Press any
select key or area to enter the number of seconds. The default is 5 seconds.
Activate Onboard Speaker
Select YES to enable the onboard piezo speaker for local annunciation. Select NO to turn
the piezo off for all operations. This does not affect remote annunciator open collector
(RA) operation. The default is NO.
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6.19.7
Card Options
CARD OPTIONS:
DMP
Press any select key or area to display options. Press the select key or area under DMP,
CUSTOM, or ANY to select that option. Select DMP to indicate the reader sends a 26-bit DMP
data string. Press the COMMAND key to display REQUIRE SITE CODE.
Note: When set to DMP, the 734/734N/734N-WiFi converts 17 bits of the 26-bit data string
into a 5-digit number.
Select CUSTOM if using a non-DMP card or user code length of 6 to 12 digits.
Default is DMP.
Select ANY to allow all card reads to activate the door strike relay. The door strike relay
is activated for the length of time programmed in ZN 3 REX STRIKE TIME. No user code
information is sent to the panel.
CARD OPTIONS:
DMP CUSTOM ANY
6.19.8
WIEGAND CODE
LENGTH: 26
Custom Card Definitions
Wiegand Code Length
When using a custom credential, enter the total number of bits to be received in Wiegand
code including parity bits.
Press any select key or area to enter a number between 1-255 to equal the number of bits.
Default is 26 bits.
Typically, an access card contains data bits for a site code, a user code, and start/stop/
parity bits. The starting position location and code length must be determined and
programmed into the 734/734N/734N-WiFi Module.
01110101101101010001100111
First Bit
Received
Position = 0
Site Code
Position = 1
Length = 8
User Code
Position = 9
Length = 16
Last Bit
Received
Position = 25
In this example the Wiegand Code Length = 26 bits.
6.19.9
SITE CODE
POSITION:
1
734 Site Code Programming
Site Code Position
Enter the site code start position in the data string. Press any select key or area to enter a
number between 0-255. Default is 1.
6.19.10SITE
CODE
LENGTH:
8
6.19.11USER CODE
LENGTH:
User Code Position
CODE? NO YES
SITE CODE 1: -
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User Code Length
16 Define the number of User Code bits. Press any select key or area to enter a custom
number. On a 734 module, custom numbers can only be between 16-40.
On a 734N/734N-WiFi module, custom numbers can be between 1-255. The default is 16.
6.19.13 REQUIRE SITE
6.19.13.1
Enter the number of characters the site code contains. Press any select key or area to
enter a number between 1-16. Default is 8.
9 Define the User Code start bit position. Press any select key or area to enter a number
between 0-255. Default is 9.
POSITION:
6.19.12 USER CODE
Site Code Length
Require Site Code
Press the select key or area under YES to use a site code.
In addition to User Code verification, door access is only granted when any one site code
programmed at the SITE CODE ENTRY option matches the site code received in the Wiegand
string.
Site Code Display
34 Module: You can program up to 8 three-digit site codes. Site code range is 0-999.
7
Any previously programmed site codes display. Dashes represent blank site codes.
Default is blank.
Note: A card with a site code greater than three digits cannot be used. Use only cards
with three-digit site codes.
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7
is 1-65535. Any previously programmed site codes display. Site Code 1 defaults to 127.
Site Codes 2-8 default to blank. Dashes represent blank site codes.
Site Code 1 displays first. Enter a site code number followed by the Command key to
advance to the next option, Site Code 2. To delete an existing site code, press any select
key or area. Either enter a new site code followed by Command, or press Command to
leave blank and continue to the next site code. Repeat these steps to change, delete, or
add up to 8 site codes.
SITE CODE 1:
(1-65,535)
127
6.19.14
6.19.15
NO. OF USER CODE
DIGITS:
5
Number of User Code Digits
NO COMM WITH PNL
OFF SITE ANY ON
No Communication with Panel
NO COMM WITH PNL
OFF
NO COMM WITH PNL
SITE
NO COMM WITH PNL
ANY
NO COMM WITH PNL
ON
NO COMM WITH PNL
LAST
The 734 module recognizes user codes from 4-12 digits in length. The 734N/734N-WiFi module recognizes user codes from 1-12 digits in length. Press any select key or area to enter a
user code digit length. This number must match the user code number length being used by
the panel. Default is 5. For an Area System, use 4 to 12 digits (typically 5).
For all other systems and panels, use 4 digits.
Any selection above 5 digits require entry of the custom card definitions with custom site
and user code positions for the Wiegand string. When searching the bit string for the user
code, the digits are identified and read from left to right.
This option defines the relay action when communication with the panel has not occurred
for approximately ten seconds. Press any select key or area to display relay action options.
Press the Back Arrow key to return to the NO OF USER CODE DIGITS:.
Choose the action required:
Press the first select key or area to choose OFF [Default] (Relay Always Off) — The relay
does not turn on when any Wiegand string is received. Off does not affect any REX
operation.
Press the second select key or area to choose SITE (Accept Site Code) — Door access is
granted when the Wiegand site code string received matches any site code programmed at
SITE CODE ENTRY. For details refer back to the REQUIRE SITE CODE option.
Press the third select key or area to choose ANY (Any Wiegand Read) — Door access is
granted when any Wiegand string is received.
Press the fourth select key or area to choose ON (Relay Always On) — The relay is always
on.
Press the COMMAND key to display the next action.
Press the first select key or area to choose LAST (Keep Last State) — The relay remains in
the same state and does not change when communication is lost.
After choosing the action, the NO COMM WITH PNL option and the newly defined action
display. Programming is now complete. Press the COMMAND key to display DEVICE NO
REMOTE OPTIONS
Remote Options
7.1
7.2
Remote Options
REMOTE OPTIONS
This section allows you to enter the information needed for Remote Command/Remote
Programming operation.
Remote Key
REMOTE KEY:
This option allows you to enter a code of up to 16 characters. The Remote Link™ program
must give the correct key to the panel before being allowed any remote functions. All
panels are shipped from the factory with the key preset as blank.
7.3
REMOTE DISARM?
NO YES
7.4
ARMED ANSWER
RINGS:
To enter a remote key or change the current one, press a select key or area and enter any
combination of up to 16 digits. Press COMMAND. The current key displays as asterisks.
Remote Disarm
YES allows the panel to be disarmed remotely. NO disables remote disarming.
Default is YES.
Armed Answer Rings
8
Enter the number of rings the panel counts before answering the phone line when all
system areas are armed. Any number from 0 to 15 can be entered. If 0 (zero) is entered,
the panel does not answer the phone when all system areas are armed.
The default is 8 (eight).
Answering machine bypass procedure: Entering a number greater than 0 (zero) into either
Armed Rings or Disarmed Rings, allows a central station operator to connect remotely with
the panel.
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REMOTE OPTIONS
How it works: The operator calls the panel, allows the telephone to ring one time,
and then hangs up. The panel stores this as an attempt to communicate. The operator
then calls back within 30 seconds. The panel seizes the telephone line to allow remote
programming.
Note: This feature does not interfere with the normal operation of the Arm Rings or Disarm
Rings functions.
7.5
Disarmed Answer Rings
DISARMED ANSWER
RINGS:
8
Enter the number of rings the panel counts before answering the phone line while any
system areas are disarmed. Any number from 0 to 15 can be entered. If 0 (zero) is entered,
the panel does not answer the phone when any system area is disarmed. The default
number is 8 (eight).
7.6
PC MODEM NO YES
PC Modem
7.7
ALR RCVR NO YES
Alarm Receiver Authorization
7.8
SVC RCVR NO YES
Service Receiver Authorization
YES allows the panel to answer the telco link and connect with Remote Link through the PC
Modem at 2400 baud. NO disables PC Modem communication.
Select YES to enable remote commands and programming to be accepted from the alarm
SCS-1R Receiver. The Remote Key option can also be required.
With YES selected, the panel requests the receiver key during its first communication with
the first SCS-1R Receiver. The panel retains this alarm receiver key in memory and allows
remote commands to be accepted from the alarm receiver. If an alarm occurs during a
remote connect, the alarm report is immediately sent to this receiver only.
When NO is selected, remote commands and programming are not accepted from the alarm
SCS-1R Receiver.
YES enables remote commands and programming to be accepted from a secondary service
receiver other than the alarm SCS-1R Receiver. The Remote Key option can also be
required.
With YES selected, the panel requests the service receiver key the first time it is contacted
by the service receiver. The panel retains this service receiver key in memory and accepts
remote commands from the service receiver.
If an alarm occurs during a remote connect, the panel disconnects from the service
receiver and calls the alarm receiver. Alarm reports are only sent to the alarm receiver.
It is important that the alarm receiver key and the service receiver key programmed at
the central station are NOT the same so the panel can determine the difference between
receivers.
When NO is selected remote commands and programming are not accepted from a
secondary service receiver.
7.9
MANUFACTURER
AUTH? NO YES
Manufacturer Authorization
7.10
ALLOW NETWORK REMOTE? NO YES
Allow Network Remote
7.10.1
NETWORK PROG
PORT: 2001
Network Programming Port
7.10.2
ENCRYPT NETWORK REMOTE? NO YES
Encrypt Network Remote
7.11
ALLOW CELL REMOTE? NO YES
Allow Cellular Remote
7.11.1
FIRST GPRS APN:
SECURECOM400
-
First GPRS APN
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Select YES to allow DMP Technical Support technicians to access the panel during system
service or troubleshooting. This authorization automatically expires within one hour.
DMP remote service is provided on a read only basis: DMP technicians can look at the
system programming and make suggestions only. Alterations can only be accomplished by
installing company service personnel.
This option displays only if the panel has network capability. YES allows remote
programming over the network. Changing this option does not change any other network
programming options. Default is YES.
Enter the programming port number. The programming port identifies the port used to
communicate messages from the panel. The default Programming Port setting is 2001.
YES encrypts data sent over network. Default is NO.
YES allows remote programming using cellular connection. Default is YES.
Enter the first APN (Access Point Name). This allows an access point for cellular
communication and is used to connect to a DNS network. The APN may contain two lines of
16 characters to equal 32 characters. Default is set to SECURECOM400.
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SECOND GPRS APN:
SECURECOM400
-
Second GPRS APN
7.11.2
ENCRYPT CELL REMOTE? NO YES
Encrypt Cellular Remote
7.12
ENTRE
CONNECTION: NONE
Entré Connection
7.12.1
ENTRE INCOMING
PORT:
TCP
2011
7.12.2
ENTRE IP
Enter the second APN (Access Point Name). This works as a backup in case the first APN
fails. The APN may contain two lines of 16 characters to equal 32 character Default is set to
SECURECOM400.
YES encrypts data sent over a cellular connection. Default is NO.
This option displays only if the panel has network capability. Select NET to allow a
dedicated network connection with Entré. Options are NONE or NET. Default is NONE.
Entré Incoming TCP Port
This option displays only if NET is chosen for the Entré connection. Enter the programming
port number for the incoming Entré connection. The programming port identifies the port
used to communicate messages to and from the Entré software. This port cannot be the
same port as programmed in Network Programming Port. The default Programming Port
setting is 2011.
Entré IP Address
This
option displays only if NET is chosen for the Entré connection. Enter the Entré IP
address where the panel sends network messages. The Entré IP Address must be unique
and cannot be duplicated on the network. Enter all 12 digits and leave out the periods.
For example, enter IP address 192.168.0.250 as 192168000250. The periods display
automatically. Default is 0.0.0.0
000.000.000.000
7.12.3
ENTRE OUTBOUND
PORT:
TCP
2001
Entré Outbound TCP Port
7.12.4
ENTRE BACKUP IP:
Entré Backup IP Address
This option displays only if NET is chosen for the Entré connection. Enter the IP backup
address where the panel sends network messages if the first Entré IP Address fails. The
Entré IP Address must be unique and cannot be duplicated on the network. Enter all
12 digits and leave out the periods. For example, enter IP address 192.168.0.250 as
192168000250. The periods display automatically. Default is 0.0.0.0
000.000.000.000
7.12.5
ENTRE BACKUP TCP
PORT:
2001
7.12.6
ENTRE CHECKIN
MINUTES:
7.12.7
ENTRE PASSPHRASE
-
7.13
SEND LOCAL
0
SEND LOCAL
7.13.1
NET
DD
REMOTE CHANGE IP
000.000.000.000
7.13.2
REMOTE CHANGE
PORT: Entré Backup TCP Port
This option displays only if NET is chosen for the Entré connection. Enter the backup
programming port number for the outbound Entré connection in case the connection to the
primary IP fails. Default is 2001.
Entré Checkin
Select the rate at which check-in messages are sent over the Entré connection. Select 0
(zero) to disable check in messages. Range is 0, 3-240 minutes. Default is 0.
Entré Passphrase
To enable encryption enter an 8 to 16-character Passphrase using alphanumeric characters.
If you leave the Passphrase blank, the panel communicates with Entré, but the data is not
encrypted. The Passphrase is blank by default.
Send Local Changes
CHANGES? NO
NO
This option displays only if NET is chosen for the Entré connection. Enter the programming
port number for the outbound Entré connection. The programming port identifies the port
used to communicate messages to the Entré software. Default is 2001.
2002
This option allows the panel to automatically update Remote Link at the central station
with any changes made to the panel.
Select NET or DD to send local programming changes or User Menu changes to user codes,
user profiles, schedules, or holiday dates to Remote Link after exiting the programming or
User Menu. If NET is selected, changes are sent using Network. If DD is selected, changes
are sent using Dialer. Default is NO to disable this feature.
Remote Change IP
This option displays when NET is selected for Send Local Changes. Enter the IP address
containing up to 12 digits. The Net IP Address must be unique and cannot be duplicated
on the network. Enter all 12 digits and leave out the periods. For example, enter IP
address 192.168.0.250 as 192168000250. The periods display automatically. Default is
000.000.000.000
Remote Change Port
This option displays when NET is selected for Send Local Changes. Enter the Port number.
Valid numbers are from 0 to 65535. Default is 2002.
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7.13.3
REMOTE PHONE NO.
-
Remote Telephone Number
This option displays when DD is selected for Send Local Changes. Press COMMAND to
enter the phone number the panel dials when sending programming changes. After entering
a phone number, the panel sends any panel changes to Remote Link.
The phone number can have two lines of 16 characters each to equal 32. Enter a P to
program a two second pause in the dialing sequence. The P character counts as part of the
32 allowable characters. Enter *70P as the string first characters to cancel call waiting. Dial
tone detect is an automatic panel function.
7.14
App Key
APP KEY:
Enter the 8-digit App Key obtained in your Dealer Settings tab at
vk.securecomwireless.com.
This option is a security feature of the Virtual Keypad iPhone/Android App used only
when your Dealer Settings at vk.securecomwireless.com have “EASYconnect” set as the
Communication Type.
This communication option is only available for panels with onboard network and is used
to eliminate the need for a static IP address programmed in Network Options. To enter
a new App Key, press any select key or area and enter any combination of 8 digits. Press
COMMAND. The default for this option is blank.
SYSTEM REPORTS
System Reports
8.1
SYSTEM REPORTS
8.2
ABORT NO YES
8.3
RESTORAL:
NO
YES
YES
DISARM
System Reports
Select specific system reports the panel sends to the receiver.
Abort Report
YES allows the panel to send an alarm abort report to the receiver any time an area is
disarmed during Transmit Delay before an alarm report is sent and the Bell Cutoff Time has
not expired. After disarming an area, if any other area remains armed and has zone(s) in
alarm, the alarm abort report is not sent.
If the communication type is set to DD, a Warning: Alarm Bell Silenced report is also sent if
the alarm bell is silenced.
Note: Abort Reports are not sent for Fire, Fire Verify, or Supervisory type zones.
Restoral Reports
This option allows you to control when and if a zone restoral report is sent to the central
station receiver. Press any select key or area to display the following options:
NO - Disables the zone restoral report option. Zones continue to operate normally but do
not send restoral reports to the receiver.
YES - Enables the zone restoral report option. Zone restorals are sent whenever a zone
restores from a trouble or alarm condition.
DISARM - Causes the panel to send restoral reports for a non-24-hour zone whenever a zone
that has restored from a trouble or alarm condition is disarmed. All 24-hour zones send
restoral reports as they restore.
8.4
BYPASS
8.5
SCHD CHG NO YES
Schedule Change Reports
8.6
CODE CHG NO YES
Code Change Reports
NO YES
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Bypass Reports
YES allows the panel to send all zone bypasses, resets, and force arm reports to the
receiver. The bypass report includes the zone number, zone name, and the user name
and number of the individual operating the system. Reports are only sent if O/C User in
Communications is set YES for Receiver 1 or Receiver 2.
YES allows the panel to send all schedule changes to the receiver. The report includes the
day, opening time, closing time, extend schedule time, and the user name and number of
the individual making the change. Schedule changes made through Remote Link™ are not
sent to the printer or Display Events.
YES allows the panel to send all code additions, changes, and deletions to the receiver.
The code change report includes the user name and number added or deleted and the user
name and number of the individual making the change. Code changes made through Remote
Link™ are not sent to the printer or Display Events. Reports are only sent if O/C User in
Communications is set YES for Receiver 1 or Receiver 2. The default setting is YES.
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8.7
ACCESS KEYPADS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Access Keypads
Select the keypad addresses (1 through 16) that send door access reports to the receiver.
Enter the keypad number using the digit keys. An asterisk next to the number indicates
that the keypad is selected. Press COMMAND to display the next set of keypads.
A report is sent with each door access made from the selected keypads. Keypads at
addresses not selected still operate the door relay but do not send access reports. The
report includes the user number, user name, keypad address, and device name.
8.8Ambush
AMBUSH NO YES
YES allows an ambush report to be sent anytime user code number 1 is entered at a
keypad. NO disables the ambush report and allows user number 1 to operate the same as
all other codes.
SYSTEM OPTIONS
System Options
9.1
SYSTEM OPTIONS
System Options
This section allows you to select system-wide parameters.
9.2System
SYSTEM: AREA
AREA A/P H/A GST
This option allows you to program how the areas operate for arming and disarming. The
options you can choose are listed below:
AREA - All 32 areas can be programmed and operated independently.
ALL/PERIMETER - Area 1 is the Perimeter and Area 2 is the Interior.
HOME/SLEEP/AWAY - Area 1 is the Perimeter, Area 2 is the Interior, and Area 3 is the
Bedrooms. With the HOME/SLEEP/AWAY option, the user can:
1. Select HOME to arm just the perimeter.
2. Select SLEEP to arm the perimeter and interior (non bedroom areas).
3. Select AWAY to arm all three areas.
Note: A Home/Sleep/Away system can be configured to use all three areas or only use
the Home and Away areas.
HOME/SLEEP/AWAY WITH GUEST- This allows the alarm system to be divided into a main
house HOME/SLEEP/AWAY system and two other guest houses that also are set up as HOME/
SLEEP/AWAY systems.
Areas 1, 2, and 3 are the Perimeter, Interior, and Bedrooms for the Main house system.
Areas 4, 5, and 6 are the Perimeter, Interior, and Bedrooms for the Guest 1 house system.
Areas 7, 8, and 9 are the Perimeter, Interior, and Bedrooms for the Guest 2 house system.
These areas are automatically assigned per system and cannot be changed. See Display
Areas in Device Setup to assign keypads to a system. Zones are assigned to a system by
assigning the system’s area numbers to the zone in Zone Information programming.
When either All/Perimeter or Home/Sleep/Away is selected, the area names are
automatically assigned and cannot be modified.
Note: Areas 3-32 in an All/Perimeter system, areas 4-32 in a Home/Sleep/Away system,
and areas 9-32 in a Home/Sleep/Away with Guest system are not available for use and
are initialized.
9.3
INST ARM NO YES
Instant Arming
9.4
CLS WAIT NO YES
Closing Wait
When YES is selected, the arming keypad displays INSTANT for selection during the exit
countdown delay when arming fewer than all areas of the system. At the time instant
arming is selected, any entry and exit delays programmed for the areas being armed are
ignored. The entry delay for previously armed areas is not affected by instant arming.
When NO is selected, INSTANT does not display during arming. Default is NO for an Area
System, and YES for an All/Perimeter or Home/Sleep/Away system.
When YES is selected, the keypad displays ONE MOMENT... while waiting for an
acknowledgement from the receiver before arming the selected area(s) and performing a
Bell Test (if selected). Exit delays begin after the Closing Wait. Opening/Closing reports
must be YES to enable Closing Wait.
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9.5
ENTRY DLY 1:
30
ENTRY DLY 2:
60
ENTRY DLY 3:
90
ENTRY DLY 4: 120
Entry Delay 1
Enter the Entry Delay time for all Exit type zones programmed to use Entry Delay 1. When
an armed Exit type zone is faulted, the keypad prewarn tone begins sounding. All keypads
programmed to prewarn for that zone display ENTER CODE:- and the name of the zone
causing the entry delay. When the first digit of a code is entered, the prewarn tone stops
at that keypad. If an invalid code is entered, the prewarn tone begins sounding again. The
area must be disarmed before the delay expires or an alarm report is sent to the receiver
and an alarm sounds. All zones in that area are delayed along with the Exit zone. Entry
Delay times can be from 30 to 250 seconds. Repeat the above for each entry delay being
used in the system.
Note: Specific Exit Error operation is based on the Entry Delay used (1-4) with an EX
type zone. See Exit Delay.
Note: For UL Installations, the combined Transmit Delay (Abort Window) and Entry
Delay must not exceed one (1) minute.
9.6
CRS ZONE TM: 4
9.7
RETARD DELAY:
10
9.8
PWR FAIL HRS:
1
Power Fail Delay
9.9
SWGRBYPS TRIPS:
2
Swinger Bypass Trips
9.10
RST SBYP NO YES
9.11
ZN ACTY HRS:
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Cross Zone Time
Enter the time allowed between zone faults. When zones are cross zoned, the same zone
or a second cross zoned zone must fault within this time in order for an alarm report for
both zones to be sent to the receiver. If the cross zone time expires without the second
zone faulting, only a zone fault from the first zone is reported. Cross-zone time can be
from 4 to 250 seconds. Entering 0 (zero) disables this function. Default is 4.
See the Appendix.
Zone Retard Delay
Enter the retard time assigned to Fire, Supervisory, Auxiliary 1, Auxiliary 2, Arming, and
Panic type zones. The retard delay only functions when the zone is shorted. The zone must
remain shorted for the entire length of the Retard Delay before being recognized by the
panel. The Zone Retard Delay can be from 1 to 250 seconds. Entering a 0 (zero) disables
this function.
This option tracks the duration of an AC power failure. When the AC power is off for the
length of the programmed delay time, an AC power failure report is sent to the receiver.
The delay time can be from 1 to 15 hours. Entering a 0 (zero) sends the power failure
report after a 15-second delay. The default setting is 1.
Enter the number of times (1-6) a zone can go into an alarm or trouble condition within one
hour be­fore being auto­matically bypassed. Bypassed zones are auto­matically reset when
the area they are assigned to is disarmed. All 24-hour zones are reset when any area of the
system is dis­armed. A programming Stop operation restores a bypassed zone. Entering 0
(zero) disables this function. Default is 2.
How it works
The panel hour timer starts at 59 minutes past the hour. If the hour timer expires before
the trip counter is exceeded, the trip counter returns to 0 (zero). If the trip counter is
exceeded before the hour expires, the zone is auto­matically bypassed by the panel. A
Bypass Re­port is sent to the receiver if Bypass Re­ports is YES.
Reset Swinger Bypass
When YES is selected, an auto­matically bypassed zone is reset if it remains in a normal
condition for one complete hour after being bypassed. A report of the automatic reset is
sent to the receiver if Bypass Reports has been se­lected as YES. Default is NO.
0
Zone Activity Hours
This option provides supervision of a person living alone for non-activity. Enter the number
of hours, 0 to 9, allowed to elapse without a disarmed zone being tripped before a message
is sent to the receiver. Default is 0 (zero).
When the system is disarmed, the timer begins to countdown the number of hours
programmed. Each time activity occurs, the timer restarts the countdown.
Before the countdown time expires, the keypad sounds a tone and PRESS ANY KEY displays
to allow the user to restart the activity timer. The duration of the tone is the number of
seconds programmed for Entry Delay 2.
Select the SUPV/TRBL receiver option in communication programming to send S93 ALARM:
User Activity Not Detected, S94 Alert: Activity Check Enabled, and S95 Alert: Activity Check
Disabled messages.
When an open/close schedule is programmed, the timer only counts down during the
scheduled open period. Also, when a schedule is programmed, if the timer is counting down
and the scheduled open time occurs, the timer resets and begins the countdown again.
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9.12
TIME CHG NO YES
HRS
FROM GMT:
GMT
6
Time Zone Changes
This function allows the panel to request automatic time changes from the DMP
SCS-1R Receiver on Path 1. For the receiver to send time changes, it must be programmed
to send time changes and must be receiving time change updates from the network
automation computer at least every 24 hours. Default is YES.
When time zone is programmed YES, enter the number (0-23) that indicates the difference
between the Greenwich Time zone (GMT) and where the panel is located. The default is 6.
City/Time Zone
GMT
City/Time Zone
0
London, Monrovia, Lisbon, Dublin, Casablanca, Edinburgh
13
New Cadelonia
1
Cape Verde Island, Azores
14
Guam, Sydney
2
Mid-Atlantic, Fernando de Noronha
15
Tokyo, Seoul
3
Buenos Aires, Georgetown, Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro
16
Hong Kong, Singapore
4
Atlantic Time (Canada), Caracas, La Paz, Santiago
17
Bangkok, Hanoi
5
Eastern Time (US, Canada) Bogota, Lima, Arequipa
18
Dhaka, Almaty
6
Central Time (US, Canada), Mexico City, Saskatchewan
19
Islamabad, Karachi
7
Mountain Time (US, Canada), Edmonton
20
Abu Dhabi, Kazan
8
Pacific Time (US, Canada), Tijuana
21
Moscow, Bagdad
9
Alaska
22
Eastern Europe
11
Midway Island, Samoa, Hawaii*
23
Rome, Paris, Berlin
12
Fiji, Marshall Island, Wellington, Auckland, Kwajalein, Kamchatka
*Arizona, Hawaii, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands do not observe daylight savings time.
9.13
LATCH SV NO YES
Latch Supervisory Zones
9.14
PROG LANGUAGE
Programming Menu Language
LANG: ENGLSH
PRI
ENG
SPN
FRN
LANG: NONE
SEC
NONE
ENG SPN FRN
9.15
LANG: ENGLSH
PRI
SPN
Press the COMMAND key to select the programming language. Any changes in PROG
LANGUAGE do not take effect until the STOP routine completes.
The current primary programming language displays. The default language is English. Press
a Select key to change the primary programming language.
Select the primary programming language.
ENG = English (ENGLISH)
SPN = Spanish (ESPANOL)
FRN = French (FRANCAIS)
The current secondary programming language displays. Selecting a secondary language
allows the installer to view programming in English, Spanish, or French. When the
Programming Menu is accessed, the installer is prompted to choose the programming
display language. If SEC LANG: is set to NONE, the option to choose a language does not
display. To select a secondary language, press the select key or area below the language.
Default is NONE.
Select the secondary programming language.
NONE = No secondary language options are displayed
ENG = English (ENGLISH)
SPN = Spanish (ESPANOL)
FRN = French (FRANCAIS)
User Menu and Status List Language
USER LANGUAGE
ENG
Selecting YES latches supervisory zone alarms on the keypad display until the sensor reset
operation is performed. Selecting NO automatically clears the alarm from the keypad
display when the supervisory zone restores to a normal condition. Default is YES.
FRN
SEC
LANG: NONE
Press the COMMAND key to select User language.
The current primary user language displays. The default language is English. Press any
select key or area to change the primary User language.
Select the primary user language.
ENG = English (ENGLISH)
SPN = Spanish (ESPANOL)
FRN = French (FRANCAIS)
The current secondary user language displays. Selecting a secondary user language allows
the user to view the User Menu and Status List text in English, Spanish, or French. When
the User Menu is accessed, the user is prompted to choose the display language.
Status List text displays in the selected language until another language is chosen. If
SEC LANG: is set to NONE, the option to choose a language does not display. To select a
secondary language, press the select key or area below the language. Default is NONE.
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NONE
ENG SPN FRN
9.16
BYPASS LIMIT
0
9.17
WIRELESS
HOUSE CODE:
0
9.18
DETECT WIRELESS
JAMMING: NO YES
9.19
WLS AUDIBLE: DAY
WIRELESS AUDIBLE
ANY DAY MIN
For example, when Spanish is selected at a keypad, the User Menu and Status List text
display in Spanish at that keypad. When the user later accesses the keypad, pressing
the COMMAND key once displays the option for English, Spanish, or French. Pressing the
COMMAND key again continues to display the Status List text in Spanish. Later on, if English
or French is selected at that keypad, the User Menu and Status List text display in the
selected language at that keypad.
Select the secondary user language.
NONE = No secondary language options are displayed
ENG = English (ENGLISH)
SPN = Spanish (ESPANOL)
FRN = French (FRANCAIS)
Bypass Limit
Enter the maximum number of zones (0 to 8) that can be bypassed in any single area when
that area is being armed at a keypad. If more zones than the limit are in a non-normal
state or already bypassed at arming, arming does not occur and Arming Stopped displays.
The Bypass limit does not affect auto arming, keyswitch arming, or remote arming.
Entering 0 (zero) allows no limit. Default is 0 (zero).
House Code
When using a DMP wireless system, enter a house code between 1 and 50. See Wireless
programming in Zone Information. Default is 0 indicating no wireless system is being used.
The DMP house code identifies the panel, DMP receiver, and DMP transmitters to each other.
When operating, the DMP receiver listens for transmissions that have the programmed
house code and transmitter serial number.
Note: The flexibility of DMP two-way wireless operation allows an existing house code
to be changed in the panel at any time. The transmitters may take up to two minutes to
learn the new house code and continue operation.
Note: When any wireless zone programming is changed in the panel, wireless receiver
zone programming is updated. At that point, all wireless zones display as normal for
approximately 1 minute, regardless of the actual state of the zone.
Detect Wireless Jamming
This option displays when the House Code entered is for a DMP 1100 Series Wireless system
(1-50). When enabled and the wireless receiver detects jamming, a trouble or alarm
message displays in the Status List and is sent to the central station receiver. Select YES
to enable jamming messages to display in the Status List. Select NO to disable jamming
messages. Default is NO.
Wireless Audible Annunciation
This option displays when the House Code entered is for a DMP 1100 Series Wireless system
(1-50). Press any top row key to select the keypad buzzer annunciation method for wireless
low battery and missing messages. Select ANY to enable annunciation anytime. Select DAY
to enable annunciation except during sleeping hours (9 PM to 9 AM). Select MIN (minimum)
to annunciate only Fire and Fire Verify zones during daytime hours (9 AM to 9 PM). Default
is DAY.
9.20
KEYPAD PANIC KEYS
ENABLED: NO YES
Enable Keypad Panic Keys
9.21
OCCUPIED
PREMISES: NO YES
Occupied Premises
9.22
ENHANCED ZONE
TEST: NO YES
Enhanced Zone Test
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This option allows the two-button panic key operation selected at the keypad to send the
Panic, Emergency, or Fire message to the central station receiver. Select YES to enable the
two-button panic operation to operate. To disable the two-button panic operation, select
NO. Default is YES.
For All/Perimeter or Home/Sleep/Away systems, select YES to allow the panel to
automatically disarm the interior area(s) when arming all areas and a perimeter zone is not
tripped during the exit delay.
This False Alarm Reduction feature will keep a user from arming the entire system when
they do not exit and remain in the premise. Select NO to not automatically disarm interior
area(s). Default is YES Select NO to disable this feature. Default is YES.
Note: With a Home/Sleep/Away with Guest arming system, this feature only applies to the
main system.
Select YES to allow enhanced zone test operation for Walk Test (8144), Panic Test, and
Burglary Zone Test in the User Menu. The default is NO.
Enhanced operation allows:
•A Verify message to be sent each time a zone is tested. If a zone is tripped multiple
times, a Verify message is sent for each trip. This allows the Central Station to record the
number of devices per zone.
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•The Verify message for each zone test to be sent at the time the trip occurs instead of at
the end of Walk Test.
•The System Test Begin and System Test End Central Station messages indicate the type
of zone being tested. The System Test Begin message also includes the user name and
number.
9.23
SEND 16 CHAR
NAMES: NO YES
9.24
KEYPAD ARMED LED Keypad Armed LED
ALL
This option displays only when using an Area system. Press any top row key to select the
operation of the Armed LED on the keypad. Select ALL to require all keypad display areas to
KEYPAD ARMED LED be armed before the keypad Armed LED turns on. Select ANY to turn on the keypad Armed
ALL ANY
LED when any keypad display area is armed. Default is ALL.
9.25
USE FALSE ALARM
QUESTION NO YES
9.26
9.27
ALLOW OWN USER
CODE CHG? NO YES
PANIC SUPRVISION:
NO YES
Send 16 Character Names
This option allows central stations to select being sent either the first 16 characters of
the name field or the entire programmed name, up to 32 characters, for user name, user
profile, zone name, area name, output name, and group name.
Select YES to have the first 16 characters of the name field sent to the central station.
Select NO to send the exact number of characters entered in the name field from 1 up to
the maximum of 32 characters. Default is YES.
Note: Using 32 character names increases the length of the DMP Serial 3 message from
the panel to the receiver. The SCS-1R receiver does not require an update to pass these
messages to the Host Automation System of the Central Station. Before using names longer
than 16 characters, determine whether the Host Automation System of your Central Station
can accept 17 to 32 character names. If not, only use 16 character names.
Use False Alarm Question
This option allows users to investigate a burglary alarm prior to disarming the system and
send an Alarm Verified or Alarm Cancelled message to the Central Station.
Select YES to display IS THIS A FALSE ALARM? NO YES when a burglar alarm occurs.
Select NO to display CANCEL VERIFY. Default is YES.
When a burglar alarm occurs in an area system and a user code is entered at a keypad
Status List, keypads programmed as KPD in Device Setup display IS THIS A FALSE ALARM?
NO YES or CANCEL VERIFY. The option is not displayed at devices programmed as DOOR.
Selecting NO or Verify sends an alarm message to the Central Station. Selecting YES or
CANCEL sends an alarm cancelled message to the Central Station and disarms the areas
that the user has the authority to disarm. This display remains on the keypad until a
selection is made, the Back Arrow is pressed, or the internal system bell cutoff timer
expires.
Allow Own User Code Change
This option allows users without user code authority to change their own user code. When
YES is selected,the User Code menu displays USER CODE: ***** at the keypad to allow that
user to change their own code. If NO is selected, the user cannot change their personal
user code. Default is NO.
Panic Supervision
Select YES to enable a 30 day supervision of the Model 1145-1-B-PSV key fob.
Default is NO.
This option allows a key fob that is lost or has a dead battery to be identified at the
Central Station host automation system as a missing transmitter, without the need to apply
a supervision time in zone information programming. SCS-VR Version 1.3.6 or higher is
required to receive 1145-1-B-PSV supervision messages through the XR550 panel.
The 1145-1-B-PSV key fob supervision message is communicated to SCS-VR using all
XR550 communication paths where Panic Test is YES within Advanced Communication
programming. A supervision message is automatically sent from the key fob to SVS-VR every
four hours, resetting the 30 day countdown timer for that key fob serial number. If the 30
day timer expires for a key fob serial number, SCS-VR will generate a zone missing message
to the host automation system. For the application where the key fob is programmed
into several XR550 Version 210 or higher panels, a supervision message sent through any
XR550 into which the key fob is programmed will satisfy the 30 day timer. The SCS-VR zone
missing message to host automation will be for the last panel account number where the
key fob successfully communicated a supervision message to SCS-VR. The key fob MISSING is
not displayed or recorded at the XR550 control panel.
In addition, this option allows for manual testing of 1145-1-B-PSV key fobs during Walk
Test (8144) or Panic Test from the User Menu. A key fob that is successfully activated
during these test modes will cause an increment to the keypad display TRIPS counter and
a Verify message is sent to SCS-VR for that zone. For those 1145-1-B-PSV key fobs that are
programmed into the panel but not manually tested, a Fail message is NOT displayed at the
keypad and is not sent to SCS-VR.
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SYSTEM OPTIONS
9.28
9.29
Inactive User Code Audit
INACTIVE USER
AUDIT DAYS:
0
ENTER WEATHER
ZIP CODE:
0
This option allows users to choose the number of days a user code can remain unused
before the panel sends an Inactive User Code message to the receiver.
The range is 0-365 days. The default is 0.
Weather Zip Code
This option allows local U.S.A. weather updates to display on the keypad. Enter the zip
code of the user at this option. When no number is entered weather conditions are not
displayed. Default is 0 (zero).
If using a 7800 Series keypad, the current weather conditions and the next day’s forecast
display as graphics on the Main Screen. All other DMP keypads display the weather
information in the Status List.
BELL OPTIONS
Bell Options
10.1
Bell Options
BELL OPTIONS
This section allows you to program the panel bell output functions.
10.2
Bell Cutoff Time
BELL CUTOFF:
15
10.3
Automatic Bell Test
BELL TST NO YES
10.4
10.5
10.5.1
10.5.2
10.5.3
10.5.4
10.5.5
10.5.6
10.5.7
Enter the maximum time from 1 to 99 minutes the Bell Output remains on. If the area is
disarmed, the cutoff time resets. Enter 0 (zero) to provide continuous bell output. The
default is 15 minutes.
Note: To support the Alarm Verify feature on an All/Perimeter or Home/Sleep/Away
system, set the Bell Cutoff Time to greater than 0.
BELL OUTPUT:
0
BELL ACTION . . . . .
FIRETYPE:T
BURGLARY TYPE:S
SUPRVSRY TYPE:N
PANICTYPE:N
EMERGNCY TYPE:N
AUXLRY1 TYPE:N
AUXLRY 2 TYPE:N
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Select YES to turn on the Bell Output for 2 seconds each time the system is com­pletely
armed from a keypad. This test is delayed until the Closing Wait acknowledge is received
(if programmed). If the Closing Wait acknowledge is not received within 90 seconds, the
bell test does not occur. Arming performed from an Arming zone or from Remote Link™ does
not activate the Bell Test.
Bell Output
Enter the output/Favorite number when needed to follow the panel Bell Output operation
for all action and off conditions. Enter 0 (zero) to disable.
Note: When BELL ACTION is set to T for Temporal Code 3, the Bell Output action for an LXBus output is pulse.
Note: Bell Output should not be programmed for a Model 1135 Wireless Siren when
programmed in Output Information to Trip with Panel Bell.
Bell Action
This section defines the type of Bell Output for zone alarms. Press COMMAND to display
the default Bell Output for each zone type. Press any select key or area and enter S for a
Steady Bell Output, P for a Pulsed output, T for a Temporal Code 3 output, and N for no
Bell Output.
Note: Trouble conditions do not activate the Bell Output.
Fire Bell Action
Defines Bell Action for Fire Type zones. The default is T.
Burglary Bell Action
Defines Bell Action for Burglary Type zones and Exit Error output. The default is S.
Supervisory Bell Action
Defines Bell Action for Supervisory Type zones. The default is N.
Panic Bell Action
Defines Bell Action for Panic Type zones. The default is N.
Emergency Bell Action
Defines Bell Action for Emergency Type zones. The default is N.
Auxiliary 1 Bell Action
Defines Bell Action for Auxiliary 1 Type zones. The default is N.
Auxiliary 2 Bell Action
Defines Bell Action for Auxiliary 2 Type zones. The default is N.
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11.1
11.2.1
11.2.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
Output Options
OUTPUT OPTIONS
CO OUTS: - - - - - -
CUTOFF TIME:0
COM FAIL OUT:0
FIRE ALR OUT:0
FIRE TRB OUT:0
PANIC ALM OUT:0
AMBUSH OUT:0
Output Options
This section allows you to program panel output options. The panel provides two Form
C relays (1 and 2) and four switched ground (open collector) outputs numbered 3 to 6.
Expand the system up to 500 additional relay outputs using any LX-Bus on the panel, or
multiple 716 Output Expander Modules. In addition, 45 wireless outputs are available when
using the 1100X Series wireless receiver. Refer to the XR150/XR550 Series Installation Guide
(LT-1233) for complete information.
Select from the following output numbers:
•1 to 6
•450 to 474 — Slow response time* wireless outputs (activates within 15 seconds)
•480 to 499 — Fast response time* wireless outputs (activates within 1 second)
•500 to 999 — LX-Bus output, Relay output, Zone expansion output
•D1 to D16 — Keypad door strike relay for addresses 1-16
•F1 to F20 — To activate Z-Wave Favorites
•G1 to G20 — Output group
* The response time of a wireless output is the time it takes for a wireless output to
activate once the panel event occurs. You determine whether a wireless output is a slow
or fast response based on the output number assigned. A slow response output number
extends battery life, but response time may be up to 15 seconds. A fast response output
number responds within 1 second, but reduces battery life. Refer to the specific wireless
output installation guide to determine battery life.
Cutoff Output
Outputs 1 to 6 can be entered here to turn off after a time specified in CUTOFF TIME. To
disable this option, press any select key or area to clear the display then press COMMAND.
The Cutoff Output displays dashes when no outputs are selected.
Output Cutoff Time
If a Cutoff Output (1-6) is assigned, enter a Cutoff Time of 1 to 99 minutes for the output
to remain on. Enter 0 (zero) for continuous output.
Communication Trouble Output
Enter the output/Favorite number to turn on when a DD system fails to communicate on
three successive dial attempts or if the backup communication line transmits a report.
The Communication Trouble Output also turns on when NET is selected as the primary
communication method and NET communication fails after one minute. When NET
communication is restored the Communication Trouble Output automatically turns off.
To manually turn the output off, disarm any area or select Off for the output number in the
User Menu Outputs On/Off section. Enter 0 (zero) to disable this output.
Fire Alarm Output
Enter the output/Favorite number to turn on when a fire type zone is placed in alarm. The
output is turned off using the Sensor Reset option while no additional fire type zones are in
alarm. Enter 0 (zero) to disable. This output is not compatible with Cutoff Outputs.
Fire Trouble Output
Enter the output number to turn on when a fire type zone is placed in trouble, when a
supervisory type zone is placed in trouble, or when any system monitor (AC, Battery, Phone
Line 1 or Phone Line 2) is placed in trouble. The output turns off when all fire and supervisory
type zones, or system monitors are restored to normal. Enter 0 (zero) to disable this output.
This output is not compatible with Cutoff Outputs. This output can be connected to a lamp,
LED, or buzzer using the DMP Model 716 Output Expansion Module.
Panic Alarm Output
Enter the output/Favorite number to turn on when any Panic type zone is placed in an
alarm condition. The output is turned off after all Panic zones are restored from an alarm
condition and a Sensor Reset is performed. Enter 0 (zero) to disable.
Wireless Outputs
• The Panic Alarm is compatible with the Model 1118 Wireless Remote Indicator Light and
the Model 1116 Wireless Relay Output connected to a Model 572 Indicator LED.
• When a Panic Alarm occurs, the LED turns on steady for five minutes and then turns off.
• When a Panic Test is initiated from the keypad, the LED flashes quickly for five minutes.
• For a Panic Alarm, a fast response wireless output number is recommended.
Ambush Output
Enter the output/Favorite number to turn on when an Ambush code is entered at a keypad.
The output is turned off using the Sensor Reset option. Enter 0 (zero) to disable.
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11.8
Entry Output
ENTRY OUT:0
11.9
11.10
11.11
11.12
11.13
11.14
11.15
11.16
11.17
11.18
BEG EXIT OUT:0
END EXIT OUT:0
READY OUT:0
DISARMED OUT:0
PH TRBL OUT:0
LATE CLS OUT: 0
DVC FAIL OUT: 0
SNSR RST OUT:0
CLS WAIT OUT:0
ARM-ALARM OUT: 0
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Enter the output/Favorite number to turn on at the start of the entry delay time. The
output turns off when the area is disarmed or the entry delay time expires. Enter 0 (zero)
to disable.
Begin Exit Output
This output/Favorite turns on any time an exit delay time starts. The output turns off
when the system arms or when the arming has been stopped. Enter 0 (zero) to disable.
End Exit Output
This output/Favorite turns on any time an exit delay time ends. The output turns off
when the system disarms. Enter 0 (zero) to disable.
Ready Output
Enter the output/Favorite number to turn on when all disarmed burglary zones are in a
normal state. The output is turned off when any disarmed burglary type zone is in a bad
state. Enter 0 (zero) to disable. This output is not compatible with Cutoff Outputs.
Disarmed Output
This output/Favorite turns on when all areas of the panel are disarmed. The output turns
off when an area is armed.
Telephone Trouble Output
Enter the output/Favorite number to turn on when the phone line monitor on the panel
phone line is lost. Enter 0 (zero) to disable this output.
Late To Close Output
Enter the output/Favorite number to turn on at the expiration of a Closing schedule. The
output activates simultaneously with the CLOSING TIME! keypad display. The output is
turned off when the area is armed, the Closing is extended, or the schedule is changed.
Enter 0 (zero) to disable this output.
Device Fail Output
Enter the output/Favorite number to turn on when an addressed device fails to respond to
polling from the panel. A Missing Device report is sent to the receiver. The output is turned
off when the device responds to polling or is removed from programming in the system.
Enter 0 (zero) to disable this output and LX-Bus™ device fail reporting to the receiver. If
any addressed device is unsupervised, this output cannot be used.
Sensor Reset Output
Enter the output/Favorite number to turn on when a Sensor Reset is performed at a
keypad. The output turns off automatically 5 seconds later. This function can be used to
reset smoke detectors that are operated by an external power supply through a Model 716
Output Expander Module. Enter 0 (zero) to disable this output.
Closing Wait Output
Enter the output/Favorite number to turn on for approximately four (4) seconds when
Closing Wait is programmed as YES and the panel successfully communicates the closing
message at arming. If the closing message does not communicate successfully, this output
does not turn on.
Arm-Alarm Output
Enter the output/Favorite number to turn on steady when any area of the system is armed.
If an alarm occurs causing the keypads to turn Red, this output pulses and continues to
pulse for approximately five (5) minutes after the panel is disarmed. Enter 0 (zero) to
disable.
Wireless Outputs
•The Arm-Alarm Output is compatible with the Model 1117 Wireless LED Annunciator and
the Model 1116 Wireless Relay Output connected to a Model 572 Indicator LED.
•When the Model 1117 is battery operated, the LED is off when the system is armed to
conserve battery life. If an alarm occurs, the output flashes quickly.
•When using the Model 1116 connected to a Model 572, the LED is on when the system is
armed. If an alarm occurs, the output pulses.
•To operate the Arm-Alarm output within one second, program a fast response number
from 480 to 499. Fast response operation reduces overall wireless output battery life.
•To operate the Arm-Alarm output within 15 seconds, program a slow response number
from 450 to 474. Slow response operation increases overall wireless output battery life.
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11.19
SUPV ALM OUT:0
Supervisory Alarm Output
Enter the output/Favorite number to turn on when a supervisory zone type is placed into
an alarm. The output turns off when all supervisory type zones are restored to normal.
Enter 0 (zero) to disable. Default is 0.
11.20
HEAT SAVER
TEMPERATURE:0
Heat Saver Temperature
11.21
COOL SAVER
TEMPERATURE:0
Cool Saver Temperature
Enter the desired temperature setting for all Z-Wave thermostats when the system
is armed ALL or AWAY. When the system is disarmed the thermostats return to their
previous settings. The range is 55-95 degrees. Enter 0 (zero) to disable.
Enter the desired temperature setting for all Z-Wave thermostats when the system
is armed ALL or AWAY. When the system is disarmed the thermostats return to their
previous settings. The range is 55-95 degrees. Enter 0 (zero) to disable.
OUTPUT INFORMATION
Output Information
12.1
12.2
Output Information
OUTPUT INFO
OUTPUT NO.
This section allows you to program wireless outputs and name wired outputs.
X
XX
Output Number
Enter an output number. Entry range is 1 to 6, 450 to 474, 480 to 499, 500 to 999.
In order for wireless output troubles to display at a keypad, the keypad address must be
specified at the Auxiliary 1 Zones option in the Status List programming.
12.3
12.4
12.5
Output Name
OUTPUT NAME
This section allows you to define a 32 character alphanumeric name for any output
numbers. The name can display on the keypad when a user performs the browser feature
at Outputs On/Off. See the XR150/XR550 User’s Guide (LT-1278) Appendix for browser
operation.
OUTPUT REAL-TIME
STATUS NO YES
SERIAL#: XXXXXXXX
ALREADY IN USE
OUTPUT NO: XXX
12.6
SUPRVSN TIME:
240
0 360 240
Output Real-Time Status
Selecting YES allows Real-Time Status reports of a hardwire device, such as Output ON,
OFF, PULSE, or TEMPORAL to be sent using PC Log reports. Selecting NO disables Real-Time
Status for this output device. Default is NO.
Serial Number
This option and the next option only display when the output number entered is for a
wireless output. Enter the eight-digit serial number found on the wireless device.
This message displays when the serial number is already programmed for another output.
The programmed output number displays.
Supervision Time
Press any select key or area to select the supervision time required for the wireless output.
Press COMMAND to accept the default time. Default is 240 minutes.
Select the required number of minutes. The transmitter must check in at least once
during this time or a missing condition is indicated for that zone. 1100 Series transmitters
automatically check in based on the supervision time selected for the wireless zone, no
additional programming is needed. Zero (0) indicates an unsupervised transmitter.
The 3 minute supervision time is only available if using an 1135 Wireless Siren.
Note: When the panel is reset, a receiver is installed or powered down and powered up, or
programming is complete, the supervision timer restarts for all wireless outputs.
12.7
TRIP WITH PANEL
BELL NO YES
Trip with Panel Bell Option
This option displays when the wireless device is an 1135 wireless siren. Select YES to have
the 1135 wireless siren follow the panel’s bell output cadence for the zone type and bell
cutoff time up to 15 minutes. Default is YES.
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OUTPUT GROUPS
Output Groups
13.1
Output Groups
OUTPUT GROUPS
13.2
GROUP NO: -
13.3
GROUP NAME X X
This function allows you to assign outputs to groups. Output groups can be assigned to
other areas of programming such as Output Options or Alarm Action of Zone Information,
just like single outputs are assigned. This allows the entire group of outputs to turn on and
off as required by the programming option.
Group Number
Enter a group number from 1 to 20. Up to 20 different groups may be assigned.
Group Name
The group name displays. To change the default name, press any select key or area then
enter up to 32 characters for the group name. Press COMMAND to enter the outputs to be
assigned to the group.
13.4
OUTPUT NO 1: 0
OUTPUT NO 2: 0
OUTPUT NO 3: 0
OUTPUT NO 4: 0
OUTPUT NO 5: 0
OUTPUT NO 6: 0
OUTPUT NO 7: 0
OUTPUT NO 8: 0
Output Number
Enter the Output number. Entry range is 1 to 6, 450 to 474, 480 to 499, 500 to 999
(outputs), F1 to F20 (Favorites), D1 to D16 (doors), and G1 to G20 (groups). The maximum
number of outputs that can be assigned to a specific group is eight.
An output group may be assigned as one of the output numbers in another output group.
Example: Output Group 1 consists of only four assigned outputs. Output Group 1 could be
assigned as one output in Output Group 2. Output Group 2 could still have 7 other outputs
assigned to that group. When Output Group 2 is turned on, 11 outputs could be turned
on. This allows Output Groups to be assigned within other Output Groups providing many
combinations.
Output groups 1 to 10 can be assigned by a user profile for applications such as elevator
control. See the XR150/XR550 User’s Guide (LT-1278) Output Group section for additional
information.
Output groups 11 to 20 cannot be assigned to a profile and are available for installation
applications such as special lighting, etc. To assign these groups to a profile, use Remote
Link™ or System Link™ software from DMP.
MENU DISPLAY
Menu Display
14.1
14.2
MENU DISPLAY
ARMED STATUS:
*1 *2 *3 *4
*5*6*7*8
*9 *10 *11 *12
*13 *14 *15 *16
Menu Display
Menu Display allows you to select at which keypad addresses the user can access the
following functions.
To select a keypad, enter the device number (keypad address) using the digit keys on the
keypad. When a keypad is selected, an asterisk appears next to the keypad address. Enter
the number again to deselect the keypad. Press the COMMAND key to display the next set
of keypads (9 through 16). Refer to the Multiple Displays section at the beginning of this
document.
Armed Status
Enter the keypad addresses (1 through 16) that show the armed areas. The User Menu
Armed Areas function also displays the custom area name you enter in Area Information.
When only areas one to eight are used, the Armed Status display is 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8. When
areas nine or higher are used the system Armed Status display reads ALL SYSTEM ON or
SYSTEM ON. Press the COMMAND key to display additional areas. Refer to the Multiple
Displays section at the beginning of this document and in the XR150/XR550 User’s Guide
(LT-1278).
14.3Time
TIME DISPLAY:
*1 *2 *3 *4
*5*6*7*8
Enter the keypad addresses that can display the time and day of the week. Refer to the
Multiple Displays section at the beginning of this document and in the XR150/XR550 User’s
Guide (LT-1278).
*9 *10 *11 *12
*13 *14 *15 *16
ARM/DIS DISPLAY:
14.4Arm/Disarm
*1 *2 *3 *4
*5*6*7*8
Enter the keypad addresses from which users can arm and disarm areas. Refer to the
Multiple Displays section at the beginning of this document and in the XR150/XR550 User’s
Guide (LT-1278).
*9 *10 *11 *12
*13 *14 *15 *16
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STATUS LIST
Status List
15.1
STATUS LIST
15.2
DISPLAY KEYPADS:
Display Keypads
15.3
SYSTEM TROUBLES:
System Monitor Troubles
*1 *2 *3 *4
*5*6*7*8
*9 *10 *11 *12
*13 *14 *15 *16
Status List
This function allows you to select the zone alarms and troubles, and system monitor
troubles displayed at the keypads. The Status List function operates automatically when
the keypad is not performing any other function.
The keypad stays in the Status List until the user arms or disarms or selects a menu option.
Status List al­ternates with the Armed Status on keypad addresses selected in the Menu
Display - Armed Status section. You can choose to have Sys­tem Monitor troubles placed in
the list, the differ­ent zone types placed in the list, and at which keypad addresses they dis­
play.
To select a keypad, enter the device number (keypad address) using the digit keys on the
keypad. When a keypad is selected, an asterisk appears next to the keypad address. Enter
the number again to deselect the keypad. Press the COMMAND key to display the next set
of keypads (9 through 16). Refer to the Multiple Displays section at the beginning of this
document.
This option defines which keypad ad­dresses display the various status information. Any
combina­tion of addresses can be en­tered to display the status items that follow. If you do
not want a particular status item to dis­play, do not enter any ad­dresses.
Specifies the keypad addresses (1 through 16) where any trouble on a System Monitor
dis­plays. The System Monitors include the following:
•AC Power
•Battery Power
•Closing Check
•Panel Box Tamper
•Phone Line 1
•Phone Line 2 (requires the 893A Dual Phone Line Module)
•Wireless Receiver Trouble
•Wireless Jamming Trouble or Alarm
The System Monitor name is placed in the Status List and the keypad steady trouble buzzer
sounds. The buzzer remains on until any select key or area is pressed. The name remains
in the list until the condition is re­stored. The buzzer sounds at 10:00 am daily until the
system trouble is cleared from the Status List.
15.4
FIRE ZONES:
Fire Zones
15.5
BURGLARY ZONES:
Burglary Zones
Specifies the keypad addresses (1 through 16) where all fire zone alarms and troubles
display. The zone name displays and, if it is a trouble condition, the keypad steady trouble
buzzer sounds. The buzzer remains on until any select key or area is pressed and a user
code is entered. If a trouble condition remains in the display, the buzzer sounds at 10:00
am daily until the trouble is cleared from the Status List.
When using LCD Keypads, the panel provides distinct speaker tones from the keypad for
Fire:
On - Fire zone alarm and Bell Output or Fire Bell Output is ON.
Off - Alarm Silence
Specifies the keypad addresses (1 through 16) where all burglary zone alarms and troubles
display. Bur­glary zones in­clude Night, Day, and Exit type zones. Burglary zone troubles
remain in the list until the zone restores. All keypads are selected by default.
For zone alarms, only the last burglary zone tripped re­mains in the list. The alarm remains
in the list un­til another burglary zone goes into alarm, any area of the system is dis­armed,
or 10 minutes elapse without an alarm. This ensures that if a bur­glary is in progress the last
zone tripped remains in the list even if the zone is restored.
The keypad buzzer sounds for one second on bur­glary alarms.
When using LCD Keypads, the panel provides distinct speaker tones from the keypad for
Burglary:
On - Burglary zone alarm and Bell Output or Burglary Bell Output is ON.
Off - Alarm Silence.
You can further define which keypad address shows a Burglary Zone event by entering that
area number in the Display Areas menu during Device Setup.
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OUTPUT GROUPS
15.6
SPRVISORY ZONES:
Supervisory Zones
15.7
PANIC ZONES:
Panic Zones
15.8
EMERGENCY ZONES:
Emergency Zones
15.9
AUX 1 ZONES:
Auxiliary 1 Zones
15.10
AUX 2 ZONES:
15.11
COMM PATH TRBL:
NO YES ALL
Specifies the keypad addresses (1 through 16) where all su­pervisory zone alarms and
troubles display. Supervisory zones are entered in the sta­tus list and sound the keypad
buzzer until a valid user code is entered at any keypad address. If a trouble condition
remains in the display, the buzzer sounds at 10:00 am daily until the supervisory trouble is
cleared from the Status List.
Specifies the keypad addresses (1 through 16) where all panic zone alarms and troubles
display. The name of the zone remains in the list until the zone re­stores. The keypad
buzzer does not sound for panic alarms or troubles.
Specifies the keypad addresses (1 through 16) where all emer­gency zone alarms and
troubles display. The name of the zone remains in the list until the zone re­stores. The
keypad buzzer does not sound for emer­gency alarms or troubles.
Specifies the keypad addresses (1 through 16) where all Aux­iliary 1 zone alarms and
troubles display. The name of the zone remains in the list until the zone restores. The
keypad buzzer does not sound for Auxiliary 1 alarms or troubles.
You can further define which keypad address shows an Auxiliary 1 Zone event by entering
that area number in the Display Areas menu during Device Setup.
Auxiliary 2 Zones
Specifies the keypad addresses (1 through 16) where all Aux­iliary 2 zone alarms and
troubles display. The name of the zone remains in the list until the zone restores. The
keypad buzzer does not sound for Auxiliary 2 alarms or troubles.
You can further define which keypad address shows an Auxiliary 2 Zone event by entering
that area number in the Display Areas menu during Device Setup.
Communication Trouble
Specifies when communication troubles are displayed on keypads that are programmed to
display System Monitor Troubles. Default is NO.
Select YES to display communication trouble when any communication path fails.
Select ALL to display communication trouble only when all paths have failed.
PC LOG REPORTS
16.1
16.2
PC Log Reports
PC LOG REPORTS
NET IP ADDRESS
000.000.000.000
16.3
NET PORT 2001
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PC Log Reports
This section allows you to program the types of PC Log Reports the panel sends through the
ETHERNET Port directly on the panel. The reports include information such as the type of
activity, time and date of the activity, and user name and number. These data reports can
be accessed from a PC using the Advanced Reporting Module. See the XR150/XR550 Series
Installation Guide (LT-1233) for detailed Ethernet setup information or the XR150/XR550
Series User’s Guide (LT-1278) for more information.
Note: The network connection that sends PC Log Reports is not monitored for network
trouble. The PC Log Reports option should NOT replace the primary communication method
or act as a backup communication method.
If there is trouble with the network connection, the panel continues to attempt to send the
PC Log Reports until the connection is reestablished. The panel then sends the reports. A
Network Trouble message is NOT sent if the connection is lost since this report tool is not
designed to be monitored by a receiver. The PC Log Reports have the lowest priority of
panel reports sent.
Note: The PC Log Address String entered CANNOT be the same as that entered in
Communication.
Net IP Address
This option displays when the Communication Type for PC Log Reports is NET. Enter the
IP address containing up to 16 characters. The Net IP Address must be unique and cannot
be duplicated on the network. Enter all 12 digits and leave out the periods. For example,
enter IP address 192.168.0.250 as 192168000250. The periods display automatically. The
default is 000.000.000.000 and turns the output off.
Net Port
This option displays when Communication Type for PC Log Reports is Net. Enter the Port
number. Valid numbers are from 0 to 65535. Default is 2001.
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16.4
ARM/DIS NO YES
Arm and Disarm Reports
16.5
ZONE NO YES
Zone Reports
16.6
USR CMDS NO YES
User Command Reports
16.7
DOOR ACS NO YES
Door Access Reports
16.8
SUPV MSG NO YES
Supervisory Reports
16.9
PC LOG REAL-TIME
STATUS NO YES
Sends arming, disarming and Late to Close events. Includes the area number, name and
action, the user number and name, and the time and date.
Sends changes in the status of active zones. Includes the zone number, name, type, the
action (alarm, trouble, bypass, etc.), user number (if applicable), and area name. For a
Walk Test, Verify and Fail messages are sent for each zone.
Sends user code changes, schedule changes, and door access denied events.
Sends door access activity: door number, user number and name, and time and date.
Sends system monitor reports, such as AC and battery, and system event reports.
Supervisory Reports also sends the following reports:
•Abort • Exit Error
• Ambush
•System Recently Armed
• Alarm Bell Silenced • Unauthorized Entry
•Late to Close*
* Only sent as a Supervisory Report if Area Schedules is not enabled, Closing Check is
enabled, and an opening/closing schedule has been programmed.
Note: To send these reports to the PC Log, you must enable SUPV MSG.
PC Log Real-Time Status
Select YES to send Real-Time Status reports for zones, doors, and outputs. The specific
reports must also be selected by individual zone or output. The Real-Time Status messages
are sent to a PC running a graphic display software. Default is NO.
The messages that can be sent are:
•Door Open with zone number
•Door Closed with zone number
•Door Open with door number
•Door Closed with door number
•Output On
•Output Off
•Output Pulse
•Output Temporal
AREA INFORMATION
Area Information
17.1
17.2
AREA INFORMATION
EXIT DELAY:
60
Area Information
Allows you to assign functions to the different areas in the system. All non-24-hour zones
must be assigned to an active area. See Zone Information.
You activate an area by assigning it a name. See Area Name. A name is given to each active
area in place of a number to assist the user during arming and disarming.
When only areas one to eight are used, the Armed Status display is 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8. When
areas nine or higher are used the system Armed Status display reads ALL SYSTEM ON or
SYSTEM ON. Press the COMMAND key to display additional areas.
Refer to the Multiple Displays section at the beginning of this document and in the XR150/
XR550 User’s Guide (LT-1278).
Exit Delay
Enter the exit delay time for all Exit type zones in this area. When the exit delay time
starts, all activity on that zone and other non-24-hour zone types in the area is ig­
nored until the exit delay expires. The keypad displays the Exit Delay time countdown
and annunciates the Exit Delay tone at 8 second intervals until the last 10 seconds when
annunciation is at 3 second intervals.
The exit de­lay can be from 30 to 250 sec­onds. Default is 60 seconds.
During Exit Delay, if an exit zone trips, then restores, and trips again, the Exit Delay timer
restarts. This restart can occur only once.
Exit Error Operation: At arming, when an entry/exit zone (EX) is faulted at the end of the
exit delay then one of two sequences occur:
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AREA INFORMATION
For Entry Delay 1 EX type zones:
•the bell sounds for the length of time set in Bell Cutoff programming.
•the Entry Delay operation starts requiring code entry to disarm
•if not disarmed, a zone alarm and an exit error are sent to the receiver.
For Entry Delay 2-4 EX type zones:
•the zone is force armed and a zone force arm message is sent to the receiver
•an Exit Error is sent to the receiver
•the bell sounds for the length of time set in Bell Cutoff programming
17.3
BURG BELL OUT:
17.4
O/C RPTS NO YES
Opening/Closing Reports
17.5
CLS CHK NO YES
Closing Check
17.6
CLS CODE NO YES
Closing Code
17.7
ANY BYPS NO YES
Any Bypass
17.8
AREA SCH NO YES
Area Schedules
17.9
EARLY AMBUSH: Early Morning Ambush (Network panels only)
0
Burglary Bell Output
Enter the output number (0 to 6, 500 to 999, G1 to G20, D1 to D16, or F1 to F20) that is
turned on any time a Burglary type zone is placed in alarm. The output is turned off when
you disarm any area and no other Burglary type zones are in alarm. The output can also be
turned off using the Alarm Silence option in the User Menu or by entering a user code with
the authority to silence alarms. The duration of this bell output follows the time entered
in the System Options>Bell Cutoff Time option. See the Output Options - Bell Cutoff Time
section. If Bell Test is selected YES, the Burglary Bell Output entered here is turned on for
two seconds each time the system is armed.
This option allows an Opening report to be sent to the receiver whenever any area is
disarmed. A Closing report is also sent to the receiver when any area is armed.
Select YES to enable the panel to verify that all areas in the system are armed after
permanent or extended sched­ules ex­pire. If the Clos­ing Check finds any areas disarmed
past the sched­uled time, the keypads selected to display System Trouble Status displays
CLOSING TIME! and emits a steady beep. When Area Schedules is set to YES in Area
Information, the specific area and name display followed by — LATE.
When Auto Arm is NO, if within ten minutes the system is not armed or if the schedule is
not extended, a Late to Close report is sent to the SCS‑1R Receiver. When Auto Arm is YES,
the area arms. See Automatic Arming section.
If the area becomes disarmed outside of any schedule, the Closing Check sequence occurs
after the Late Arm Delay time. See Late Arm Delay.
When Closing Check is NO and Auto Arm is YES, the system immediately arms when the
schedule expires. No warning tone occurs.
In addition, when Closing Check is NO, the option to extend a schedule does not display
when the schedule expires.
When YES is selected, a code number is required for system arming. If NO is selected, a
code number is not required for system arming.
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When YES is selected, zones can be bypassed without a code number during the arming
sequence. A code number is always required to use the Bypass Zones option from the menu.
Select YES to allow each area to follow individual sets of area schedules programmed in
the User Menu. Select NO for all areas to follow only one set of schedules in the User Menu.
See the panel User Guide to add schedules to the panel.
Note: Area Schedules are not designed to operate with All/Perimeter or
Home/Sleep/Away systems.
Enter the number of minutes (1 to 15) before a silent alarm (Early Morning Ambush S33)
is sent to the central station using the area 1 account number. Enter 0 (zero) to disable
this option.
When a user code is entered to disarm area 1 at a keypad or reader with Access
Areas assigned to area 1, the same or different user code must be entered within the
programmed number of minutes to prevent an ambush message from being sent to the
receiver. The second user code also must have authority to disarm area 1.
In addition, a zone activation with Alarm Action Message C also cancels the Early Morning
Ambush timer and stops an Ambush message from being sent to the receiver. See Report to
Transmit section in Zone Information.
The keypad does not display any indication that the ambush timer is running.
Indications can be provided by assigning an output number to Entry Out and Ambush Out
in Output Options. Entry Out turns on one minute before the timer expires and turns off at
expiration. Ambush Out turns on at the timers’ expiration and turns off when Sensor reset
is performed.
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17.10
17.10.1
17.10.2
17.11
Area Number
AREA NO: -
Enter the number of the area to program. After entering the area number, press COMMAND
to enter the area name. Only Area systems allow the area name to be changed.
Note: When All/Perimeter or Home/Sleep/Away is selected as the system type, the Area
Number does not display.
INTPERIM
INT
BDRM
PERIM
All/Perimeter Programming
When All/Perimeter is selected as the system type, program the Interior and Perimeter
areas as needed.
Home/Sleep/Away Programming
When Home/Sleep/Away is selected as the system type, program the Interior, Bedroom,
and Perimeter areas as needed.
Area Name
* UNUSED *
The area name can be up to 32 alphanumeric characters. To add an area name to the system,
press any select key or area and then enter up to 32 characters for the new area name. Press
COMMAND to continue. For instructions on entering alphanumeric characters see section 1.7
Entering Alpha Characters. Inactive areas are marked * UNUSED *. Only systems programmed for
Area arming have the option available to change the area name.
To mark an active area unused, press any select key or area to delete the old name, then
press the COMMAND key. The programmer automatically programs the name as *UNUSED*.
If you have already cleared Area Information during Initialization, all areas are marked *
UNUSED *See Initialization section.
Home/Sleep/Away with Guest systems display the area name, but the names cannot be
changed. The following are the display names that appear on the keypad:
Area
17.12
ACCOUNT NO: 12345
17.13
AUTO ARM NO YES
17.14
BAD ZONES:
BYP
BYP
FORC
REF
Display
Area
Display
Area
Display
1
Perimeter
4
Guest1 Perimeter
7
Guest2 Perimeter
2
Interior
5
Guest1 Interior
8
Guest2 Interior
3
Bedrooms
6
Guest1 Bedrooms
9
Guest2 Bedrooms
Account Number
Enter the account number to be sent to the receiver for this area. Choose an account number
compatible with the Communication Type selected in Communications. The default Account
Number is the one previously entered in Communications. This account number is used when
sending area messages and events to the central station. See the Area Account Number
Messages in the Appendix.
Automatic Arming
Select YES to allow this area to arm automatically according to permanent, temporary, or
extended schedules. If no schedules are programmed, the area auto arms every hour.
If closing check is selected as YES, the automatic arming function does not take place until
the expiration of a ten minute Closing Check delay. See Closing Check. If the area has been
disarmed outside of any permanent or temporary schedule, the closing check sequence
occurs one hour after the area is disarmed.
At arming, bad zones are handled according to the option selected in section Bad Zones.
If a closing report is sent, the user number is indicated as SCH on the SCS-1R Receiver. NO
disables automatic arming for this area.
Note: For ANSI/SIA CP-01 UL installations, Automatic Arming cannot be used for arming.
Bad Zones
At the time of automatic arming, some zones in the area may not be in a normal condition.
This option allows you to program the panel response to these bad zones. This option does
not display if AUTO ARM is NO.
BYP - All bad zones are bypassed. A report of the bypass is sent to the receiver if Bypass
Reports is YES. The report indicates SCH as the user number.
FORC - All bad zones are force armed. Zones force armed in a bad condition are capable
of restoring and reporting an alarm if tripped. A forced zone report is transmitted if Bypass
Reports is YES. The report indicates SCH as the user number.
REF - The automatic arming is refused and no arming takes place. A No Closing report is
sent to the receiver regardless of the Closing Check selection.
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AREA INFORMATION
17.15
AUTO DIS N
O YES
17.16
ARMED OUTPUT: 0
17.17
LATE OUTPUT: 0
17.18
LATE/ARM DLY: 60
17.19
BANK/SAF NO YES
17.20
COMMON NO YES
17.21
ARM FIRST NO YES
17.22
TWO MAN NO YES
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Automatic Disarming
NO disables automatic disarming by schedule for this area. When YES is selected, the area
automatically disarms according to permanent or temporary schedules. If an opening report
is sent to the receiver, the user number is indicated as SCH.
Armed Output Number
Enter the output to turn on when this area is armed. If an exit delay is used for this area,
the Armed Output turns on at the start of the exit delay. The output is turned off when
this area is disarmed. The output cannot be turned on from the User Menu Outputs On/Off
option.
Late Output Number
Enter the output to turn on when this area is not armed by its scheduled time and Area
Late or Closing Time displays at a keypad and the keypad buzzer is on. The output is turned
off when the keypad buzzer is silenced by pressing any key. Default is 0 (zero).
Late Arm Delay
Enter 4 to 250 minutes to delay before automatic re-arming occurs after the area becomes
disarmed outside of schedules. See Closing Check. Default is 60 minutes.
Note: The Late Arm Delay can be superseded by the Re Arm Delay setting of the User
Profile assigned to the user who disarmed the area. Refer to the Re Arm Delay section in
the XR150/XR550 Series User’s Guide (LT-1278).
Bank Safe & Vault (XR550 with Network or Encryption only)
NO disables the Bank Safe & Vault feature for this area. When selected as YES, schedules
set for any area and the time of day cannot be changed while the area is armed.
Program schedules before arming: A Bank Safe & Vault area can only be disarmed during
scheduled times. If the area becomes armed before programming a schedule, the panel
must be reset before the area can be disarmed from a keypad or the Bank Safe & Vault
option in Area Information must be set to NO.
Zones assigned to Bank Safe & Vault areas cannot be bypassed or force armed. Do not
assign Bank Safe & Vault area to an Arming zone. Arming zones can disarm Bank Safe &
Vault areas outside of a schedule.
Common Area
Select YES to enable this area to operate as a common area. This area is armed when
the last area in the system is armed and is disarmed when the first area in the system is
disarmed. You can have multiple common areas in each system. For the common area to
work properly, do not assign the common area to any user code. When a user code can
arm and disarm the common area from a keypad at any time, the common area does not
function as a common area.
Arm First Area
Select YES to enable this area to operate as an Arm First area. This area is automatically
armed when any non-Arm First area assigned to the same keypad is armed but does not
disarm when other areas become disarmed. Assign areas to keypads using the Display Areas
option in Device Setup programming. You can have multiple Arm First areas in a system and
divide them among keypads if needed. If an Arm First area has faulted zones that cannot
be bypassed, arming stops and the areas are not armed. Correct the problem with the Arm
First area and then begin the arming process again. Default value is NO.
Note: The Arm First automatic arming only occurs when arming from a keypad. Arming
from a zone, schedule, or remotely is not affected and Arm First areas do not automatically
arm.
Two Man Rule (XR550 with Network or Encryption only)
Select YES to require two user code entries to disarm and/or allow door access to this area.
When a user presents a code to a keypad or reader requesting a door access or disarm,
2ND CODE displays and requires the entry of a different user code with at least the same
authority. The second user code must be entered within 30 seconds.
NO disables the Two Man Rule for this area.
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Zone Information
18.1
18.2
ZONE INFORMATION
Zone Information
Zone Information allows you to define the operation of each protection zone used in the
system. All protection zones, whether located on a panel, Security Command keypad, or
zone expander are programmed the same way.
ZONE NO: -
Zone Number
Enter the number of the zone you intend to program. Available zone numbers are shown in
the table below. The keypad zone numbers begin with the keypad address and are followed
by the particular zone from that keypad. For example, a 7073 at keypad address 7 would
provide zones 71, 72, 73, and 74. Press COMMAND to enter a zone name.
Note: The available LX-Bus connections for the panels are:
XR150-LX500
XR550-LX500 through LX900
Address
Programming Zone Number
Panel
1-10
1
11-14
2
21-24
3
31-34
4
41-44
5
51-54
6
61-64
7
71-74
8
81-84
9
91-94
10
101-104
11
111-114
12
121-124
13
131-134
14
141-144
15
151-154
16
161-164
1144 Series Key Fob
400-449
LX-Bus 500
500-599
LX-Bus 600
600-699
LX-Bus 700
700-799
LX-Bus 800
800-899
LX-Bus 900
900-999
Note: For 1144 Series Key Fob zones (400-449), programming continues at the 1144 Series
Key Fobs Section.
18.3
* UNUSED *
Zone Name
Zone names can have up to 32 alphanumeric characters. A name must be given to each
zone in the system. The name can display at the keypads during arming and disarming so
the user does not have to memorize zone numbers. Users can asso­ciate a zone name with a
particular protection point. A zone that is not part of the system must be marked unused.
To add a zone name to the system, press any select key or area and then enter up to 32
characters for the new zone name. Press COMMAND to continue.
To mark a zone unused, de­lete the old name by pressing any select key or area, then press
the COMMAND key. The pro­grammer auto­matically pro­grams the name as * UNUSED *. If you
have already cleared Zone Information during Initialization, the zones is marked
* UNUSED *.
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ZONE INFORMATION
18.4
ZONE TYPE: BLANK
- -
FI
A1
18.5
NT
PN
A2
DY
EM
FV
EX
SV
AR
PERIMETER
INTPERIM
INT
18.6
18.7
BDRMPERIM
FIRE BELL OUT:
ARM/DIS AREAS
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The Zone Type defines the panel response to the zone being opened or shorted. This is
called the Alarm Action. There are up to 13 possible alarm action responses depending on
the zone type and any restrictions it may have. See the Zone Type chart in the Appendix.
When you assign a Zone Type to a zone, automatic zone responses are made. There are 12
Zone Types to choose from. Application descriptions for each zone type can be found in the
Appendix of this manual.
To enter a new Zone Type, press any select key or area. The display lists all of the available
Zone Types four at a time.
Blank, Night, Day, or Exit. Press COMMAND for additional zone types.
Fire, Panic, Emergency, or Supervisory. Press COMMAND for additional zone types.
Auxiliary 1, Auxiliary 2, Fire Verify, or Arming (keyswitch). Press COMMAND for additional
zone types.
If you select Blank, Night, Day, Exit, Auxiliary 1, Auxiliary 2, or Arming as the Zone
Type, the zone must be assigned to an active area. If you select Fire, Fire Verify, Panic,
Emergency, or Supervisory as the Zone Type, it is a 24-hour zone that is always armed and
no area assignment is needed.
Zone Type Specifications
The panel contains 12 default zone types for use in configuring the system. These zone
types provide the most commonly selected functions for their applications. All zone types
except the Arming zone type can be customized by changing the options listed below.
Arming zone type programming continues at Arming Zone Area Assignment.
Refer to the Appendix for complete zone type descriptions.
Area Assignment
AREA NO: AREA:
Zone Type
0
Enter the area number where the Night, Day, Exit, Auxiliary 1, or Auxiliary 2 zone is being
assigned. For an Area system, area numbers 1-32 can be assigned. For a Home/Sleep/Away
with Guest system, area numbers 1-9 can be assigned.
In an All/Perimeter or Home/Sleep/Away system, the currently selected area, Perimeter,
Interior, Bedroom displays.
On an All/Perimeter system, select INT to program zones for the interior area and select
PERIM to program zones for the perimeter area.
On a Home/Sleep/Away system, select INT to program zones for the interior area, select
BDRM to program zones for the bedroom area, and select PERIM to program zones for the
perimeter area.
Fire Bell Output
This output (1 to 6, 500 to 999, F1 to F20, G1 to G20, or D1 to D16) is turned on any time a
Fire, Fire Verify, or Supervisory zone is placed in alarm. The output is turned off by any the
following actions:
•When the User Menu Alarm Silence function is performed.
•When a valid user code is entered to silence the bell.
•When the Silence key is pressed on the 630F Remote Fire Command Center.
•Using the Outputs On/Off function in the User Menu.
•The expiration of the Bell Cutoff time.
This output can be connected to a lamp, LED, or buzzer using the DMP Model 716 Output
Expansion Module.
Arming Zone Area Assignment
In an Area or Home/Sleep/Away with Guest system, if the zone has been programmed as an
Arming Type (AR), enter the areas that the zone controls.
When the zone changes from normal to shorted, the programmed areas toggle between the
armed or disarmed condition using the Style programming below. When restored to normal,
no action occurs. When the zone is opened from a normal (disarmed) state, a trouble is
reported. When opened from a shorted (armed) state, an alarm is reported and the zone is
disabled until you disarm the area(s) from either a keypad or Remote Link™ computer.
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ARM AREAS:PERIM
PERIMALL
HOME SLEEPAWAY
To visually indicate the armed state of the area(s), you can assign an Armed Output to
individual areas and use remote LEDs at the keyswitch. The LED turns on or off to indicate
to the user the armed state of the area(s).
In an All/Perimeter or Home/Sleep/Away system, this option specifies the areas to be
armed by the Arming Type zone. For All/Perimeter systems, choose PERIM or ALL, for
Home/Sleep/Away or Home/Away systems, choose HOME, SLEEP, or AWAY.
Perimeter/All - Specify whether the arming zone arms just the Perimeter (PERIM) or the
Perimeter and Interior areas (ALL) for All/Perimeter systems. When disarming, all areas are
disarmed.
Home/Sleep/Away - Specify whether the arming zone arms the Perimeter (HOME), the
Perimeter and Interior (SLEEP), or all three areas (AWAY). When disarming, all areas are
disarmed.
Arming Zone Operation
If any bad zones are present when the Arming zone is shorted, the LED delays lighting for
5 seconds. If during the 5-second delay the Arming zone is shorted again no arming takes
place. If 5 seconds expire without the zone shorting again or restoring to normal, the areas
arm and bad zones are force armed. To allow bad zones to be force armed, the Any Bypass
option must be set to YES. If Any Bypass option is set to NO, arming does not occur. See the
Area Information - Any Bypass section. A priority zone cannot be force armed.
STYLE:
18.8Style
TGL ARM DIS S
TEP
MNT
18.9
NEXT ZN? NO YES
This option specifies the style for the arming/disarming operation. The default style is
TGL (toggle). Press any select key or area to display the STYLE options. To view more style
options press the COMMAND key.
TGL (Toggle) - When the zone changes from normal to shorted, the programmed areas
toggle between the armed or disarmed condition. When restored to normal, no action
occurs. When the zone opens from a normal (disarmed) state, a trouble is reported. When
opened from a shorted (armed) state, an alarm is reported and the zone is disabled until
you disarm the area(s) from either a keypad or Remote Link.
ARM - When the zone is shorted, the programmed areas are armed. When restored to
normal, no action occurs. When the zone is opened from a normal (disarmed) state, a
trouble is reported. When opened from a shorted (armed) state, an alarm is reported.
DIS (Disarm) - When programmed, a short disarms the programmed areas. When restored
to normal, no action occurs. When the zone is opened from a normal (disarmed) state, a
trouble is reported.
STEP - A short arms the areas and beeps the keypads once. A normal condition causes no
action. An open condition disarms the programmed areas and beep the keypads for one
second.
Note: This arming style is designed for wireless arming pendants. When using an arming/
disarming keyswitch locate the keyswitch within the protected area.
MNT (Maintain) - When the zone is shorted, the programmed areas are armed. When
restored to normal, the programmed areas are disarmed and any alarm bells are silenced.
When the zone is opened from a normal (disarmed) state, a trouble is reported. If opened
from a shorted (armed) state, an alarm is reported and the zone is disabled until you
disarm the area(s) from either a keypad or Remote Link.
Next Zone
Select YES to terminate zone programming. The display returns to Zone Number, allowing
you to enter a new zone number. Select NO to make alter­ations to the Alarm Action for a
zone. Alarm Action is defined beginning with section 18.12.
To program zones for wireless operation, select NO at the NEXT ZONE - NO YES option.
The WIRELESS NO YES option displays. If the zone you are programming is intended for
wireless devices, select YES. Select NO to continue programming non‑wireless zones in the
500 to 999 range.
•Zones 400 to 449 can be programmed for 1144 Series Key Fobs.
•Zones 500 through 999 can be programmed for DMP 1100 Series Wireless.
XR150 Wireless Zones 500 - 599.
XR550 Wireless Zones 500 - 999.
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ZONE INFORMATION
DMP Wireless
For a DMP 1100X Wireless Receiver set the House Code from 1 to 50. See House Code programming in System
Options. Zones 500 through 999 can be programmed as Wireless zones. Briefly reset the panel using the RESET
jumper to activate Wireless operation. Refer to the XR150/XR550 Series Installation Guide (LT-1233).
For an 1144 Series Key Fob see section 18.11.
NOTE: All wireless programming is stored in the panel. The 1100X Wireless Receiver obtains the necessary
programming information from the panel each time the receiver powers up, when the programmer STOP routine is
selected or the panel is reset. The receiver memory refresh takes up to 10 seconds to complete depending on the
number of wireless zones programmed and the Red LED remains on during this time. Normal receiver operation is
inhibited during the memory refresh period.
18.10Wireless
ZONE INFORMATION
WIRELESS? NO YES
18.10.1
18.10.2
TRANSMITTER
SERIAL#: XXXXXXXX
Serial Number Entry
Enter the eight-digit serial number found on the wireless device.
ALREADY IN USE
ZONE NUMBER: XXX
This message displays when the serial number is already programmed for another zone.
The programmed zone number displays.
TRANSMITTER
CONTACT:XXXXXXXX
Contact
TRANSMTR CONTACT
INT
EXT
TRANSMTR CONTACT
1
2
3
4
18.10.3
Select YES to program this zone as a DMP wireless zone. You must program the wireless
House Code prior to adding DMP wireless zones to the system.
See House Code programming in System Options. Default is NO.
This option displays if the serial number entered is for an 1101, 1103, or 1106 Universal
Transmitter or 1114 Wireless Four-Zone Expander. Press any select key or area to select
the contact.
This option displays when programming an 1101, 1103, or 1106 Transmitter. Select INT to
use the internal reed switch contacts. Select EXT to connect an external device to the
1101, 1103, or 1106 terminal block. Default is INTERNAL.
By allowing both of the transmitter contacts (INT and EXT) to be used at the same
time, two zones may be programmed from one transmitter. When using both contacts,
you must use consecutive zone numbers. Zones 531 and 532 or zones 890 and 891 are
acceptable zone assignments.
For example, program transmitter serial number 01345678 as Zone 521 with an INT
contact type and Zone 522 with an EXT contact type. The same serial number is used for
both zones.
This option displays when programming the 1114 Wireless Four-Zone Expander with four
input contacts. The same serial number is used for all four contacts. Select the contact
number to program. When using the contacts, you must use consecutive zone numbers.
Default is Contact 1.
For example, use serial number 08345678 to program Contact 1 for Zone 561, Contact 2
for Zone 562, Contact 3 for zone 563, and Contact 4 for zone 564.
A tamper on the 1114 is transmitted as the zone number assigned to Contact 1.
ALREADY IN USE
ZONE NUMBER: XXX
This message displays when the Contact is already programmed for another zone. The
programmed zone number displays.
ZONE INFORMATION
NORM OPN NO YES
This option only displays when EXT is selected as the Contact type. For external devices
connected to the 1101, 1103 or 1106 terminal block, select NO to use normally closed
(N/C) contacts. Select YES to use normally open (N/O) contacts.
Default is NO.
TRANSMITTER
SUPRVSN TIME: 240
SELECT MINUTES:
0 3 60
240
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Supervision Time
Press any select key or area to select the supervision time required for the wireless
zone. Press COMMAND to accept the default time. Default is 240 minutes.
Note: Refer to the Wireless Check-in and Supervision Time Definitions section of the
Appendix for supervision information.
Press the select key or area under the required number of minutes. The transmitter
must check in at least once during this time or a missing condition is indicated for that
zone. 1100 Series transmitters automatically checkin based on the supervision time
selected for the wireless zone, no additional programming is needed. If two zones share
the same transmitter, the last programmed supervision time is stored as the supervision
time for both zones. Zero (0) indicates an unsupervised transmitter.
The 3 minute supervision time is only available for zone types of Fire (FI), Fire Verify
(FV), and Supervisory (SV).
Note: When the panel is reset or a receiver is installed or powered down and powered
up, the supervision timer restarts for all wireless zones.
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18.10.4
LED OPERATION
NO YES
LED Operation
Select YES to turn on an 1142 Hold-up transmitter LED during Panic or Emergency
operation. Select NO to turn the LED off during Panic or Emergency operation. The LED
always operates when the transmitter case is open and the tamper is faulted. Default is
YES.
18.10.5
DISARM DISABLE
NO YES
Disarm/Disable
18.10.6
WIRELESS PIR
PULSE COUNT: PIR Pulse Count
18.10.7
WIRELESS PIR
SENSITIVITY: LOW
18.10.8 NEXT ZONE
4
NO YES
Select YES to disable the zone tripped message from an 1103 Universal Transmitter
(Version 107 or higher software) or 1126/1127 PIRs during the disarmed period. When
disarmed, the transmitter or PIR only sends supervision, tamper, and low battery
messages to extend transmitter battery life. For 1103 Transmitters, a zone tripped
message is sent if the zone remains tripped for 20 seconds. Select NO to always send
zone tripped messages in addition to supervision, tamper, and low battery. Default is
YES.
Select the number of infrared pulses (2 or 4) the 1126 or 1127 PIR should sense before
sending a short message to the 1100X Series Receiver. Default is 4.
PIR Sensitivity
Select the sensitivity setting for an 1126 or 1127 PIR. Selecting LOW sets the PIR to
operate at 75% sensitivity for installations in harsh environments. Selecting HIGH sets
the PIR to maximum sensitivity. Default is LOW.
Next Zone
Select YES to return to the ZONE NO: - option to program a new zone. Select NO to
display the Alarm Action option.
18.11 1144 Series Key Fobs
For an 1144 Series Key Fob set the House Code from 1 to 50. See House Code programming in System Options.
Only zones 400 to 449 can be programmed as 1144 Series Key Fob zones. Refer to the 1100 Series Key Fob
Programming Sheet (LT-0706) supplied with the 1100X Series Wireless Receiver and the 1144 Series Key Fob Install
Guide (LT-1449) as needed.
To operate arming and disarming properly, the Key Fob should be assigned to a User Number with appropriate area
assignments, however, the User Number does not have to exist at the time the Key Fob is programmed. The Key
Fob User Number can be added later by the User.
The following programming continues from the Zone Number section when zone 400-449 is selected.
18.11.1
KEY FOB USER
NUMBER: XXXX
USER XXXX
NOT IN USE
Key Fob User Number
Enter the User Number (1-9999) used to identify the key fob user and their arming and
disarming authority. Default is blank.
Displays when the User Number entered does not exist in User Code programming. The
key fob can be added, but the user must eventually be added to cause the key fob to
operate.
18.11.2
TRANSMITTER
SERIAL#: XXXXXXXX
Key Fob Serial Number
18.11.3
TRANSMITTER
SUPRVSN TIME: 0
Key Fob Supervision Time
SELECT MINUTES:
0
60 240
18.11.4
NO. OF KEY FOB
BUTTONS: X
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Enter the eight-digit serial number found on the wireless device.
Press any select key or area to select the supervision time required for the key fob zone.
Press COMMAND to accept the default time. Default is 0 for key fobs.
Press the select key or area under the required number of minutes. The key fob must
check in at least once during this time or a missing condition is indicated for that zone.
1144 Series key fobs automatically checkin based on the supervision time selected
for the wireless zone, no additional programming is needed. Zero (0) indicates an
unsupervised transmitter.
Note: When the panel is reset or a receiver is installed or powered down and powered
up, the supervision timer restarts for all wireless zones.
Number of Key Fob Buttons
Enter the number of buttons (1, 2, or 4) on the key fob being programmed.
Note: If the key fob is a one-button model, programming continues at the Button Action
section. Default button assignment for one-button key fobs is a Panic Alarm (PN) with no
output assigned.
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ZONE INFORMATION
18.11.5
BUTTON:
TOP BTM LFT RGT
Key Fob Button Selection (Four Buttons)
This option only displays if the key fob being programmed is a four‑button model. Press
the select key or area under the key fob button to program. The following list identifies
the default button assignments:
TOP Arming with no areas assigned
BTMDisarming with no areas assigned
LFT Panic Alarm (PN) with no output assigned
RGTArming with Area 1 assigned
18.11.6
BUTTON:
TOP BTM
Key Fob Button Selection (Two Buttons)
18.11.7
BUTTON ACTION
yyy:
X
XXXXXXX
Button Action
BUTTON ACTION
ARM DIS TGL STA
BUTTON ACTION
PN PN2 EM EM2
BUTTON ACTION
OUT RST UN
18.11.8
BUTTON
PRESS TIME:XXXXX
PRESS TIME:
SHORT LONG
18.11.9
ARM/DIS AREAS:
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This option only displays if the key fob being programmed is a two-button model. Press
the select key or area under the key fob button to program. The following list identifies
the default button assignments:
TOP Arming with no areas assigned
BTMDisarming with no areas assigned
This option specifies the Button Action for an individual key fob button. The default
action for the button selected is displayed. Press any select key or area to display the
Button Action options. To view more options press COMMAND.
yyy = the name of the button being programmed (TOP, BTM, LFT, RGT).
ARM (Arm) - Arms selected areas and force arms bad zones.
DIS (Disarm) - Disarms selected areas.
TGL (Toggle Arm) - Toggles arm/disarm for selected areas and force arms bad zones
when arming.
STA (Status) - Causes the key fob LED to indicate the arm/disarm status of the system.
PN (Panic) - Triggers a Panic zone type alarm with no restoral.
PN2 (Panic 2) - Triggers a Panic zone type alarm with no restoral when pressed
simultaneously with any other Panic 2 button. No action occurs when pressed alone.
EM (Emerg) - Triggers an Emergency zone type alarm with no restoral.
EM2 (Emerg 2) - Triggers an Emergency zone type alarm with no restoral when pressed
simultaneously with any other Emergency 2 button. No action occurs when pressed
alone.
OUT (Output) - Causes an output to turn on steady, pulse, momentary, toggle or off.
RST (Sensor Reset) - Causes the panel to perform a standard Sensor Reset.
UN (Unused) - The button is not used and performs no action.
Button Press Time
This option specifies the amount of time (SHORT or LONG) the user must press the
button before the key fob sends a message to the wireless receiver. The default press
time displays. Press any select key or area to set the Button Press Time for Arm, Disarm,
Toggle, Status, Output, and Sensor Reset.
Note: The Button Press Time is not programmable on Panic (PN or PN2), Emergency (EM
or EM2) or Unused (UN) zones. For those zones the button press time is always two (2)
seconds.
SHORT - Press the button for one-half (1/2) second to send the message to the wireless
receiver.
LONG - Press the button for two (2) seconds to send the message to the wireless
receiver.
Arm/Disarm Area Selection
In an Area system or Home/Sleep/Away with Guest system, this specifies the areas to be
armed/disarmed by the Key Fob button being programmed. To select an area between 1
and 32, enter the area number using the keypad digit keys. Default is no areas enabled.
In order to arm or disarm selected areas, the Profile assigned to the User Number needs
to have the same area numbers selected. Any area may be selected at Arm/Disarm
Areas but only matching area numbers are armed or disarmed when the specific button
is pressed. For example, in Areas selection, areas 1, 3, and 7 are selected. In the User
Profile Arm and Disarm Areas, areas 1, 2, 4, and 7 are selected. When the user presses
the button to Arm or Disarm area(s), only matching areas 1 and 7 Arm/Disarm.
Note: When more areas are selected at Arm/Disarm Areas than are authorized in the
User Profile, in the future the user can be given access authority to additional areas
through the User Profile without requiring additional panel programming to select Arm/
Disarm Areas. See User Profiles in the Appendix or refer to the XR150/XR550 Series User’s
Guide (LT-1278).
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ZONE INFORMATION
ARM AREAS:PERIM
18.11.10
OUTPUT NO: XXX
18.11.11
OUTPUT ACTION:
yyy: XXXXXXXX
Output Number
You can specify any relay output/Favorite to operate when OUT (Output), PN (Panic),
PN2 (Panic 2), EM (Emergency), or EM2 (Emergency 2) is selected for a key fob Button
Action and the button is pressed. Valid range is 1 to 6, 500 to 999,
D1 to D16, F1 to F20, or G1 to G20. For an output turned on by a PN, PN2, EM, or EM2
button action, the output turns off when any area is disarmed.
To enter an output/Favorite number, press any select key or area followed by the
output/Favorite number. Press the COMMAND key.
OUTPUT ACTION?
STD PLS MOM TGL
OUTPUT ACTION?
OFF
18.11.12 NEXT ZONE
18.12
In an All/Perimeter or Home/Sleep/Away system, this specifies the area to be armed by
the Key Fob button being programmed. For All/Perimeter systems, choose PERIM or ALL,
for Home/Sleep/Away or Home/Away systems, choose HOME, SLEEP, or AWAY.
Note: Areas 3 and higher in an All/Perimeter system, and areas 4 and higher in a Home/
Sleep/Away system are not available for use.
After selecting the areas, for one-button key fobs the Zone No.: option displays. For
two-button or four-button key fobs, the Key Fob Button Selection option displays to
program additional buttons.
NO YES
ALARM ACTION . . . .
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Output Action
This option allows you to define the output action (STD, PLS, MOM, TGL, OFF) for the
selected output number. The default is Steady.
yyy = the name of the button being programmed (TOP, BTM, LFT, RGT).
xxxxxxxx = the currently defined output action.
STD (Steady) - The output is turned on and remains on.
PLS (Pulse) - The output alternates one second on and one second off.
The pulsing rate for a Model 716 relay attached to the LX-Bus is 1.6 seconds.
Note: Pulse is not available for key fob button output programmed D1 to D16 or G1 to
G20.
MOM (Momentary) - The output is turned on only once for one second.
TGL (Toggle) - The output alternates between the on state and off state. Each button
press toggles the output state.
Note: Toggle is not available for key fob button output programmed G1 to G20.
OFF (Off) - The output is turned off. If programmed, the output was turned on by some
other means such as another button press, a zone action, or a schedule.
Note: When the output is assigned to PN/PN2 or EM/EM2 button action and is turned
on, the output turns off when any area is disarmed.
When the output action is steady, pulse or toggle and the output is turned on, the
output remains on until:
— the output cutoff time expires
— the output is reset from the keypad menu
— toggled off
Next Zone
Select YES to return to the ZONE NO: - option to program a new zone. Select NO to
display the Alarm Action option.
Note: All wireless programming is stored in the panel. The 1100X Wireless Receiver
obtains the necessary programming information from the panel each time the receiver
powers up, when the programmer STOP routine is selected or the panel is reset. The
receiver memory refresh takes up to 10 seconds to complete depending on the number
of wireless zones programmed and the Red LED remains on during this time. Normal
receiver operation is inhibited during the memory refresh period.
You must also make these selections for the Disarmed Short, Armed Open, and Armed
Short zone conditions. Press COMMAND to continue.
Alarm Action
This option allows you to change any Zone Type standard definitions. When the Zone
Type is specified, the Alarm Action for that zone is stored in memory.
If the Zone Type is Blank, Night, Day, Exit, Auxiliary 1, or Auxiliary 2 it is a non‑24‑hour
zone and the Alarm Action programing begins with Disarmed Open.
If the Zone Type is Fire, Panic, Emergency, or Supervisory it is a 24-hour zone that is
always armed and the Alarm Action programming begins with Armed Open.
The Fire Verify Zone Type functions the same as Fire Type, with the following
exceptions: When a Fire Verify zone initiates an alarm, the panel performs a Sensor
Reset. If any Fire Verify zone initiates an alarm within 120 seconds after the reset, an
alarm is indicated. If an alarm is initiated after 120 seconds, the cycle is repeated and a
zone fault report is sent to the receiver.
Do NOT program Fire Verify Zone Types for Zone Retard.
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ZONE INFORMATION
18.13
DISARMED OPEN
18.14
MSG:
S
Report to Transmit
TROUBLE
ATL
D
Disarmed Open
Defines the action taken by the panel when the zone is opened while the area is
disarmed. There are three actions to define: Report to transmit, Relay Output to
activate, and Relay Output action.
You must also make these selections for the Disarmed Short, Armed Open, and Armed
Short zone conditions. Press COMMAND to continue.
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C
18.15
OUTPUT NO: 18.16
OUTPUT: NONE
0
Press any select key or area to display the following report options: A, T, L, S, C, and (dash).
ALARM - Select A to send an alarm report to the receiver and activate the bell output
according to zone type. The zone name appears in the panel alarmed zones and status
lists.
TROUBLE - Select T to send a trouble report to the receiver. The zone name appears in
the panel alarmed zones and status lists.
Note: UL requirements prevent the Alarm (A) and Trouble (T) action for Fire (FI), and
Fire Verify (FV) zone types from being changed.
LOCAL - When you select L, an alarm report is NOT sent to the receiver. The bell output
activates and the zone name appears in the panel alarmed zones and status lists.
- (Dash) - When you select a – (dash), reports are NOT sent to the receiver. The bell
output does not activate and there is no display in the panel alarmed zones or status
list. Only the relay output selected in the next section operates.
DOOR PROPPED - Selecting D allows the following operation: The time programmed into
ENTRY DLY 4 in the System Option section begins to count without displaying on keypad.
If the time expires and the zone has not returned to normal, the keypad trouble buzzer
starts and CLOSE THE DOOR appears on the keypads programmed into the PREWARN
ADDRESS section. The time programmed into ENTRY DLY 4 begins to count down again
internally. If the time expires a second time and the zone has not returned to normal,
the output (if programmed in zone information) triggers and a fault report is sent to
the receiver and the zone name - OPEN message displays on the keypads until a code is
entered. The bell output does not activate for the Door Propped operation.
SILENCE/RESET - Select S when the zone (not FI, SV, or FV) is connected to a DMP Model
303 Silence/Reset switch, the zone can be used to silence the alarm bell and perform a
sensor reset without using a keypad. A report is NOT sent to the receiver except for the
bell silence report.
CANCEL AMBUSH - Select C for the zone to cancel the Early Morning Ambush timer and
stop an Ambush message from being sent to the receiver. Faulting the zone takes the
place of a second user code being entered at the keypad and is only available for nonfire type zones. Area assignment for the zone does not affect this option. See Early
Morning Ambush in Area Information programming­­.
Output Number
You can specify any of the Relay Outputs on the panel to be activated by a zone
condition (1 to 6, 500 to 999 if Model 716 used, D1 to D16, G1 to G20). The output
can be activated regardless of the report to transmit or whether or not the zone is
programmed as local. An output activated by an armed zone is turned off when the zone
area is disarmed by a user.
To enter an output number, press any select key or area followed by the output number.
Press the COMMAND key.
STD PLS M
OM FOLW
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Output Action
Entering an Output Number displays this option. This option allows you to assign an
output action to the relay: Steady, Pulse, Momentary, or Follow.
Note: Some wireless devices whether powered using an AC adaptor or a battery, ignore
some output action programming.
STEADY - The output is turned on and remains on until the area is disarmed, an output
cutoff time expires, or the output is reset from the keypad menu.
PULSE - The output alternates one second on and one second off.
Note: The pulsing rate for a Model 716 relay attached to the LX-Bus is 1.6 seconds.
MOMENTARY - The output is turned on only once for one second.
FOLLOW - The output is turned on and remains on while the zone is in an off normal, or
bad condition. When the zone restores, the output is turned off.
Note: For Day Zone types, when an output is turned on, a user code with silence
authority can turn the output off.
After you make the three selections in the sections above, the display prompts for the
same three selections for Disarmed Short, Armed Open, and Armed Short conditions. If
the zone is a 24-hour type, only the Armed Open and Armed Short conditions display.
When you have programmed all of the zone conditions, the Swinger Bypass selection
then dis­plays.
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ZONE INFORMATION
18.17
SWGR BYP NO YES
18.18
PREWARN KEYPADS:
18.19
ENTRY DELAY:
18.20
RETARD NO YES
18.21
PRESGNL KEYPADS:
18.22
FAST RSP NO YES
18.23
CRS ZONE NO YES
Swinger Bypass
Selecting YES allows the zone to be swinger bypassed by the panel according to the
specifications pro­grammed in Swinger Bypass Trips and Reset Swinger Bypass. The Bypass
condition displays in the keypad Status List. Selecting NO disables swinger bypassing for
this zone.
How it works
If within one hour, a zone trips the total number of times as specified in Swinger Bypass
Trips, the panel bypasses it until the following conditions occur; the area in which the
zone is assigned is disarmed, the zone is manually reset through the Bypass Zones?
keypad User Menu function, the zone remains normal for one hour and the Reset Swinger
Bypass is YES.
If the zone trips fewer than the specified times within one hour, the bypass trip counter
returns to 0 (zero) and the process must be repeated.
A report of the swinger bypass is sent to the receiver if Bypass Reports is YES.
Prewarn Keypad Addresses
At the entry delay start, all keypad addresses selected here dis­play ENTER CODE:-. If
you want the prewarn to sound at all 16 addresses, leave the default setting.
To delete an address, press the matching number on the keypad. To disable prewarning
at all keypads, press any select key or area to clear the addresses shown. Press the COM­
MAND key when the address selection is com­plete.
The prewarn tone stops at the keypad where the first user code digit is entered. If no
keys are pressed for five seconds or an invalid user code is entered, the prewarn tone
resumes at that keypad.
1
Entry Delay
Select the entry timer for this zone. Entry timers 1 to 4 are programmed in System Options.
Zone Retard Delay
When you select YES, the zone operates with the zone retard delay. The retard func­tions
only in zone short condi­tions.
The zone must re­main shorted for the full length of the re­tard de­lay before the panel
recognizes its condition. If you select NO, the zone operates without a retard delay.
Presignal Keypad Addresses
You can enable any combina­tion of keypad addresses to sound a presignal tone during
the time a zone is in retard delay. The presignal tone si­lences when the zone restores or
the re­tard delay expires.
To en­able a presignal ad­dress, press any select key or area followed by the number of
the keypad address. You can enable the presignal for all 16 keypad addresses. To disable
a presignal address press the matching number digit again. Press the COMMAND key
when the address selection is complete. The Presignal option is only displayed when
Retard is selected as YES.
Fast Response
Select YES to provide a zone response time of 167ms. Select NO to provide a normal
zone response time of 500ms. Zones 500 to 999 have a fixed response time and do not
display this option.
Cross Zone
Select YES to enable cross zoning for this zone. Cross zoning requires one or more armed
zones to fault within a programmed time before an alarm report is sent to the receiver.
When the first cross zoned zone trips, the cross zone time specified in System Options
begins to count down. When a second cross zoned zone trips or the first zone trips a
second time before the end of the count down, the bell action assigned to the zone
activates and the panel sends an alarm report for both zones.
If no other cross zoned zone trips before the cross zone time expires, the panel sends
only a zone fault report to the receiver.
Cross zoning is not compatible with all zone types: You can not enable cross zoning for
Fire verify zones or for any Fire zones that have Retard Delay enabled.
18.24Priority
PRIORITY NO YES
Select YES to provide additional protection for the premises by requiring this zone to be
in a normal condition before its assigned area can be armed.
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ZONE INFORMATION
18.25
FIRE PANEL SLAVE
INPUT:
NO YES
18.26
FOLLOW AREA:
18.27
18.28
18.29
18.30
Fire Panel Slave Input
This option is available on Fire Zones (FI) only and allows a fire zone the ability to
provide slave communication operation for a separate fire alarm control panel. If YES,
this zone will transmit a restoral immediately when restored by the fire panel being
monitored. A sensor reset is not required to generate the restoral message.
If NO, this zone will operate as a standard fire type zone and a sensor reset is required
before the zone will return to normal. Default is NO.
Area Follower
0
Allows Night, Day, Aux 1, or Aux 2 burglary zones to be delayed by following any exit or
entry delay that is currently running in the area that is specified. Default is 0.
Zone Real-Time Status
ZONE REAL-TIME
STATUS NO YES
Selecting YES allows Real-Time Status reports, such as Door Open or Closed with zone
number, to be sent using PC Log reporting. Selecting NO disables Real-Time Status for
this zone. Default is NO.
TRAFFIC COUNT
NO YES
Zone Audit Days
ZONE AUDIT DAYS:
Enter the number of days (0 to 365) allowed to elapse without the zone being tripped
before a fault message is sent. The message is sent to the receiver(s) programmed
to receive Supervisory/Trouble Reports at 10:00 am following the expiration of the
timer. Each time the zone is tripped, the Zone Audit Days timer restarts and begins
to countdown the number of days programmed. After the countdown expires, a fault
message is sent and the Zone Audit Days timer restarts and begins to countdown the
number of days programmed. Available for all zone types except fire and fire verify.
Enter 0 (zero) to disable this function. Default is 0 (zero).
REPORT WITH ACCT
NO. FOR AREA: 0
STOP
Traffic Count
This option is only displayed for NT and EX type zones. Select YES to provide reporting
to the receiver of the number of zone trips while in a disarmed state. The number
of trips will be included with the area closing message and reported to the central
station automation system. Traffic Count data for the 10 lowest numbered zones
with Traffic Count set to YES is also sent to the Virtual Keypad TM App if enabled at
vk.securecomwireless.com. Default is NO.
Report with Account Number for Area
This option is only available for 24-hour zone types (Fire, Fire Verify, Panic, Emergency,
or Supervisory).
Enter the area number (1-32) to assign as a 24-hour zone type. This option sends the
account number of the programmed area with messages. If the entered area number
does not exist or is not valid, the account number programmed in the Communication
section is sent. Select 0 (zero) to have the report sent with the account number
programmed in Communication. Default is 0.
STOP
19.1Stop
Stop
Save Programming
WHEN ANY PANEL PROGRAMMING IS CHANGED, THE STOP ROUTINE MUST BE RUN
AND ‘SAVING PROGRAM’ MUST DISPLAY ON THE KEYPAD IN ORDER TO SAVE THE
PROGRAMMING CHANGES.
At the STOP option, pressing any select key or area allows you to exit the Programmer
function of the panel. When selected, the panel performs an internal reset and exits the
programmer.
The STOP routine causes the following conditions to occur:
•All 1100 Series DMP Wireless transmitters are reset to NORMAL
•The panel Status List is cleared
During the reset, all keypad displays are momentarily blank for two seconds. After the
reset, the programming function terminates and the keypads return to the status list
display.
The STOP option does not disarm the system. Any new areas or zones that were added
during programming are not armed until the system is disarmed and armed again.
Missing LX-Bus™ Modules Displayed
The Programmer includes a feature following the STOP routine that displays the name of
any programmed LX-Bus module not currently connected to the panel.
Power Up
When the panel is powered up after an AC power failure, any zone transitions are not
recognized for 60 seconds. Normal zone processing resumes at the end of the 60 seconds.
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Set Lockout Code
20.1
SET LOCKOUT CODE
Set Lockout Code
Pressing COMMAND at the STOP option displays SET LOCKOUT CODE. This allows you to
program a code that is then required to gain access to the panel internal Programmer
through the keypad. You can change this code at any time to any combination of numbers
from three to five digits long. You do not need to enter leading zeros when using the
lockout code. Initializing the panel does not clear a Lockout Code. Lockout Codes can be
changed through Remote Link.
Once you have changed the code, it is important to write it down somewhere and store it
in a safe place. Lost Lockout Codes require the panel to be sent back to DMP for repair. You
may cancel a Lockout Code by entering 00000 at the Set Lockout Code command.
Lockout Code restriction
Do not set a Lockout Code higher than 65535.
FEATURE UPGRADE
Feature Upgrade
21.1
FEATURE UPGRADE
Feature Upgrade
In the Programming Menu, pressing COMMAND at the SET LOCKOUT CODE option displays
FEATURE UPGRADE. This allows you to enable additional features in the panel. Press any
select key or area to display the first available feature. ENABLED or DISABLED displays
indicating whether this feature is currently used in this panel. Press the COMMAND key to
display additional feature(s).
ENTER KEY
-
To enable a feature, press any select key or area anywhere in the features list to display
the ENTER KEY option.
Enter the factory-supplied feature key for the specific panel and press the COMMAND key.
The feature specific to the key displays as ENABLED.
If the feature key entered is not accepted, the ENTER KEY option displays again.
Re-enter the feature key and press the COMMAND key.
21.1.1
ENCRYPTION
DISABLED
Encryption
21.1.2
ALL NO YES OPTN
DISABLED
All No Yes Option
21.1.3
SVC USER AUTH
DISABLED
Service User Authentication
21.1.4 32
DOOR ADD ON A
DISABLED
Enable this feature to provide 128-bit or 256-bit AES data encryption. This feature upgrade
can only be enabled on an XR550 panel with network. For installations where an XR550
panel is installed, it is recommended the XR550 be replaced with an XR550 panel with
encryption. To verify encryption installation, access System Status in the User Menu to
verify the encryption status (OFF, ON). If the status displays OFF, a Passphrase has not been
entered in Network Options and data transmissions are not encrypted. See Network Options
to set up a Passphrase.
This feature offers the ability to disable the ALL NO YES option at arming or disarming.
When this feature is enabled, the ALL NO YES option does not display at any system
keypad during arming or disarming. Each area assigned to the user profile is chosen to be
armed or disarmed independently.
This feature offers the ability to authenticate service personnel before allowing access
to panel programming or performing any user operations. When this feature is enabled
and a valid Service User code is entered for system operation or 6653 is entered for
programming, the Service Code entry option displays.
When the service person enters the Service Code, the panel authenticates the code with
the Service Code preprogrammed in the SCS-1R receiver, and access to panel programming
or the User Menu is granted. The Service Code can be used for system operation for 30
minutes before authenticating again. If the code entered is not validated, access to
programming or the User Menu using the Service User code is denied.
Note: The Service User code is user number zero (0) and can only be created in the panel
remotely. The SCS-1R receiver must have firmware version 902 or higher to authenticate
service personnel.
32 Door Add On A/ 32 Door Add On B
This Feature Upgrade is only compatible with the XR550 panel operating with Version 111
firmware or higher. Enable this feature to increase the door capacity for a maximum of 64
or 96 doors by applying purchased feature keys. XR150 and XR350 are incompatible with
this feature upgrade.
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32 DOOR ADD ON B
DISABLED
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32 Door Add On A adds 32 more doors available on the AX-Bus for a total of 64 doors.
32 Door Add On B adds another 32 doors to the AX-Bus for the maximum of 96 doors.
See Device Setup for more detailed information.
Purchasing Feature Upgrades
If you would like to purchase a feature upgrade, the authorized purchasing agent for your
company may contact DMP Customer Service in writing via e-mail
(CUSTOMERSERVICE@DMP.COM) or call (866) 266-2826 from 8 AM to 5 PM central standard
time. Include the upgrade feature(s) to enable and the panel serial number(s) on the
request. A separate feature key is issued for each panel. The feature key only enables the
requested feature on the specified panel.
The panel serial number can be located in several different ways: Printed on a label
located on the right side of the PCB.
•Using panel diagnostics. See the Appendix.
•Using Remote Link™ (version 1.18 or greater).
See the Remote Link User’s Guide (LT-0565).
— Initial Panel Connection screen
— System Information screen.
22.1 False Alarm Reduction
Appendix
System Recently Armed report
The System Recently Armed report (S78) is sent to the receiver when a burglary zone goes into alarm within two
minutes of the system being armed.
22.2 Diagnostics Function
The panel contains a Diagnostics function that allows you to test the communication integrity of the LX-Bus™,
identify individual zones, and also display the present electrical state of any zone. The Diagnostics function also
allows you to test the integrity of the cellular communication, cellular signal, and Email communication. To use
Diagnostics, reset the panel, enter the Diagnostics code 2313 (DIAG), and press COMMAND.
Test LX-Bus
This function allows you to test the ability of the panel to communicate with zone and output expander modules
connected to the LX-Bus circuits.
To continue, press any select key or area. The keypad displays LX-BUS:. Using the digit keys, enter the LX-Bus
number, 1 to 5, to test that LX-Bus circuit. The keypad now displays ADDRESS: - . Enter a 2‑digit LX-Bus device
address and press COMMAND. When testing LX-Bus devices, enter only the addresses to which the modules have
been set. Press any select key or area when TEST LX-BUS displays.
Important Note: A device address is not the same as a zone number. If you are testing 714 or 715 Zone Expander
Modules, which each contain four zones, the device address is the first zone number. When the panel polls a 714
on the LX-Bus, it recognizes it as a four zone device and does not poll the remaining three zones. The 714 module
internally polls the remaining zones and transmits any status changes to the panel. This greatly reduces the amount
of time it takes the panel to poll all LX-Bus devices.
The keypad next displays TESTING . . . STOP during the device testing. At any time, you can select STOP to end
polling. The panel records the number of no responses from the device. If all polls are received back by the panel
correctly, the keypad displays 00000/65535 FAIL.
If one or more polling attempts fail, the keypad displays * * * * */65535 FAIL with the * representing the
number of failed polling attempts. A display of 65535/65535 FAIL indicates a problem with the interface card or its
LX-Bus wiring such as a bad or broken wire, harness not properly connected, or excessive noise or distance. It can
also mean that a zone number was entered that did not match a device address. Press the Back Arrow key to enter
a new device address or press COMMAND to exit the TEST LX-BUS.
Zone Finder
The second Diagnostic function is the Zone Finder. Press COMMAND to display ZONE FINDER. This function
allows you to identify individual zones on devices connected to the LX-Bus of an interface card, the panel, or any
zones on the keypad data bus. To use ZONE FINDER, press any select key or area. The display changes to FAULT
ZONE. The next zone on the system that changes from a normal to an open or shorted state is displayed as ZONE
NO: * * *. To continue, press the Back Arrow key.
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Zone State
Press the COMMAND to display the third Diagnostic function: ZONE STATE. This function allows you to enter any
zone number and check its current electrical state (Normal, Open, or Shorted). Press any select key or area. The
display changes to ZONE NUMBER: _ . Enter in the zone number you want to check and press COMMAND. The panel
displays the current state of the zone as NRML (normal), OPEN, or SHORT.
LX-Bus Status
The fourth Diagnostic function is the LX-BUS STATUS. This function allows the panel to poll all devices connected to
the LX-Bus of an interface card and check for any Overlapped, Missing, or Extra addresses. Below is a description of
each status item:
Overlap - An overlap occurs when one device address is the same as any of the last three zones on another 714 or
715. The overlap feature cannot determine when two devices have the same address.
Example: Model 714 Address 00 = Zones 500 501 502 503, and the Model 711 Address 02 = Zone 502.
Zone 502 would report as an Overlap because both the 714 and 711 have devices set to 502.
Missing - A missing occurs when a zone between 500 and 999 has been programmed in ZONE INFORMATION and
no device with that zone address has been installed on the LX-Bus. To correct the problem, check your zone
programming and zone expansion module addressing.
Extra - A device is installed on the LX-Bus but none of its zones are programmed into the system.
MAC Address
Short for Media Access Control address. This hardware address uniquely identifies each network node. Not to be
confused with an IP address, which is assignable. In the Diagnostics function, the MAC address is the panel on-board
network hardware address. Press any select key or area to display the panel MAC address. Press the COMMAND key
to view the next option.
Serial Number
This number is the network communicator serial number. Reference this number for communicator date-ofmanufacture, hardware version, etc. Press any select key or area to display the Serial Number. Press the COMMAND
key to view the next option.
Loader Version
This display is for factory use only. Press any select key or area to display the factory Loader Version. Press the
COMMAND key to view the next option.
Current Flash
This option displays Flash 1 or Flash 2 indicating which physical flash chip the panel is currently using. Press select
key or area to display the current flash information. Press the COMMAND key to view the next option.
Communication Status
This option tests the individual components of cellular or network communication. The displayed results are shown
below.
Cellular Results:
Successful Display
MODEM OPERATING
IDENTIFIED
TOWER DETECTED
REGISTERED
SIGNAL: ▐▐▐▐▐▐▐
CONTINUE? NO YES
Failure Display
NO MODEM FOUND
NO SIM CARD
NO TOWER
NOT REGISTERED
This displays the cellular signal strength of the nearest tower for the SIM card carrier. The
▐’s represent the signal strength 0-7. Select YES to continue through the remaining
component tests. Select NO to stop testing and return to the COMM STATUS option.
Successful Display
CONNECTED
COMM PATH GOOD
Network Results:
Successful Display
LINK OK
DHCP OK
GATEWAY FOUND
DEST FOUND
COMM PATH GOOD
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Failure Display
CONNECT ERROR
NOT ACTIVATED
NO ACK RECEIVED
Failure Display
LINK ERROR
DHCP ERROR
NO GATEWAY
NO DESTINATION
NOT CONNECTED
NO ACK RECEIVED
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Cellular Signal Strength (CELL SIGNAL)
-XX dBm
SIGNAL:
▐▐▐▐▐▐▐
This option provides a way to test the cellular signal strength of the nearest tower for
the SIM card carrier. Press any select key or area to display cell signal strength. The X’s
represent the numerical value of the cell signal strength in -dBm. The ▐’s represent the
signal strength 0-7.
Cell Roaming Indicator (263C Only)
ROAM
SIGNAL:
-XX dBm
▐▐▐▐▐▐▐
The Cellular Signal Strength option in the panel’s Diagnostic menu contains a roaming
indicator. When the 263C Cellular Communicator is roaming or not in contact with a Verizon
owned tower, ROAM will be displayed on the top line of the keypad along with the signal
strength. To perform the cellular activation process from a keypad, the 263C MUST be
in contact with a Verizon owned tower. If the cellular communicator is in contact with a
tower owned by another network, ROAM and the signal strength displays, but activation
cannot be completed. This feature can be used as a diagnostic tool to troubleshoot
activation issues.
Wi-Fi Signal Strength (Wi-Fi SIGNAL)
SSID: HOMENET123
▐▐▐▐▐▐▐
This option tests the signal strength of the selected SSID. Press any select key or area to
display Wi-Fi signal strength. The▐’s represent the signal strength 0-7.
Wi-Fi Signal Strength
Number of Bars
Indication
7
6
Good Signal (Excellent for consistent operation)
5
4
3
Average Signal (Expect consistent operation)
2
1
Weak Signal (Will not operate reliably. Relocate Wi-Fi
equipment or add a Wi-Fi extender for better reception.)
0
No Signal
Activate Cell (263C Only)
Note: (Version 109 or higher firmware) If the 263C Cellular Communicator has not been previously activated,
Automatic Cellular Activation is performed when the panel powers up or is reset. Activate Cell (discussed below) is
only necessary when Automatic Cellular Activation is not successful and communication was not established.
To begin the cellular activation for a 263C CDMA Cellular Communicator, verify that the 263C MEID has been added
for the panel using Remote Link or by calling Customer Service (1-800-641-4282). At the keypad, press any select
key or area when ACTIVATE CELL is displayed on the keypad. When the SURE NO YES? confirmation menu appears
press the select key or area beneath YES to complete the cellular activation.
Successful Display
Failure Display
CELL ACTIVATED
NOT ACTIVATED
PC Programming
This allows the user to Remote Program the panel using a 399 cable attached to LX500. When the select key or
area is pressed, the panel displays PROGRAMMING... at this time the panel does not communicate with any LX bus
attached to LX500, and the 399 cable can be used to connect via Remote Link. PROGRAMMING... will display at
the keypad for the duration of the Remote Session. Once the session has ended, or if no Remote Link connection
has been established after one minute, the keypad displays RECONNECT LX BUS. From this point, if the LX500 bus
should be connected within one minute.
When using the 399 cable to program the panel, the connection type should be “Direct” and the baud rate set to
38400. This connection may be used for all Remote Programming, including Remote Update.
Test Z-Wave Option
This feature allows the installer to test panel communication with Z-Wave devices. A successful test indicates a
response from a device. Press any select key or area to view the Z-Wave Device List.
Press COMMAND to advance through each Z-Wave device and press any select key or area to begin the test on the
device displayed.
The name of the device displays above the device number. The current number of successful communications
followed by the total number of attempts displays to the right of the device number. The test stops after 99
attempts.
Press COMMAND to view the final number of successful communications.
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Exiting the Diagnostics program
Press the COMMAND key until STOP displays. Press any select key or area. The keypad returns to the Status List
display.
22.3 Using the 984 Command Function
This feature allows connection to connect to a service receiver, which is used primarily to bring a new account online and upload panel programming completed in Remote Link™.
Note: When not in the Programming Menu, the function 984 + COMMAND can be entered at the keypad, and a
remote options menu appears. This menu contains the following options:
NUMBER: Enter a phone number into the keypad for the panel to dial. Enter any required prefixes and area codes.
After completing panel programming in Remote Link, set a trap to seize the panel when it calls. Traps are set by
selecting Panel > Trap. Refer to the Remote Link User’s Guide (LT-0565), or the Remote Link Help File.
Then, from the panel, enter 984 and press the COMMAND key, while the panel is in the Status List. The keypad
display changes to NBR TEST PICKUP. Press the select key or area under NBR. Enter the phone number for the
service receiver connected to the Remote Link computer. Press each number key slowly and deliberately. The panel
dials each number as it is pressed. If you make a mistake, press the Back Arrow key. The panel stops dialing and
return to the Status List.
You can enter up to 32 characters for the phone number. Once you have entered 16 characters the LCD display
is full: Press the COMMAND key to enter the final 16 characters. To enter a # (pound sign) press the ‘0’ then the
fourth (far right) select key or area, and to enter an * (asterisk) press the third select key or area. Program a pause
by entering the letter P. Program CID message communication by entering the letter T in the first position. Cancel
call waiting by entering *70P as the first characters. These characters are counted as part of the allowable 32
characters. Press COMMAND after you enter the phone number.
The panel calls the receiver connected to Remote Link to download the new programming. Remote Link then traps
the panel.
Note: The panel makes ten attempts to reach the receiver. While attempting to contact the receiver, if the panel
needs to send an alarm report, the panel stops dialing and uses the phone line to send its report.
TEST: The panel allows you to perform a Communication Status Test on each component of the panel’s cellular or
network communication paths. While the Status List displays, enter 984 and press the COMMAND key. The keypad
display changes to NBR TEST PICKUP. Press the select key or area under TEST to allow the panel to perform a
Communication Status Test. The display prompts the user for a user code to be entered. The user code must have
the authority to perform a System Test.
Upon entry of a Cell or Network path when prompted, the test runs and the results display on the keypad. See
Diagnostic Functions section for a description of the Communication Status results.
PICKUP: The panel picks up the phone line when Remote Link™ calls in. The phone must be ringing before selecting
PICKUP. After completing panel programming in Remote Link, connect to the panel by selecting Panel > Connect.
Refer to the Remote Link User’s Guide (LT-0565), or Help File for complete information about connecting to panels.
While the panel displays in the status list and the telephone line at the panel rings, enter 984 and press the
COMMAND key. The keypad display changes to NBR TEST PICKUP. Press the select key or area under PICKUP to
allow the panel to seize the line. The panel immediately seizes the phone line and sends a carrier tone to the
receiver. A verification process occurs and, if successful, the panel grants remote access to its programming and
Event Buffer.
After the panel has seized the line, send the file from Remote Link by selecting Panel > Send. Remote Link then
uploads the new programming into the panel. You may also Request Events by selecting Panel > Request Events in
Remote Link. The panel begins sending the first event or access that occurred on or after the start date specified by
Remote Link and finishes by sending the last event or access that occurred on or before the end date specified by
Remote Link. If necessary, a Request Events upload in progress can be cancelled.
Keypad Displays
When the PICKUP option is used, the keypad displays LINE SEIZED. This indicates that the panel has seized the line
and is executing its program. If the line cannot be accessed, or if the PICKUP option is used before all connect
attempts are made, the keypad displays SYSTEM BUSY.
22.4 Using the Walk Test
The panel provides a walk test feature that allows a single technician to test the protection devices connected to
zones on the system. Conduct the Walk Test within 30 minutes of resetting the panel. The Walk Test automatically
ends if no zones are tripped for 20 minutes. TEST IN PROGRESS displays at all keypads programmed with the same
Display Areas features. When five minutes remain, TEST END WARNING displays.
The Walk Test only tests zones assigned to the areas programmed into the keypad in Display Areas. If any areas are
armed the Walk Test does not start and SYSTEM ARMED displays.
Note: If the Panic Supervision option is enabled in SYSTEM OPTIONS, the panic button on any programmed key fob
can be tested during the Walk Test. When the panic button is pressed a verification message is sent by the receiver.
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Walk Test
WALK TEST
To conduct the Walk Test, reset the control panel by momentarily placing a jumper on
RESET. From the keypad, enter the code 8144.
The keypad displays WALK TEST for four seconds. If the system is monitored and the
communication type is DD or NET, the system sends a System Test Begin report to the
central station. After four seconds, the keypad displays the zone type choices for testing.
BG
FI
PN
SV
Zone Types
Select the zone type you want to test. An asterisk next to the zone type indicates the
zone type chosen for testing. Press the select key or area again to deselect the zone type.
When you have selected all the zone types you want for testing, press the COMMAND key to
display the next Walk Test option. Pressing the Back Arrow key exits the Walk Test.
Note: For the Wireless Check-in Test, make sure no zone types are selected and press the
COMMAND key. Pressing the Back Arrow key exits the Walk Test.
BG (Burglary zones) - Select BG to test burglary zones. Includes all NT, DY, EX, A1, and A2
zones.
FI (Fire zones) - Select FI to test fire zones. Includes all FI and FV zones.
PN (Panic zones) - Select PN to test panic zones. Includes all PN and EM zones.
SV (Supervisory zones) - Select SV to test supervisory zones. Includes all SV zones.
Note: During the Walk Test, trip each zone device or button on the system for 1 to 2
seconds. You do NOT have to hold the zones for 2 seconds in normal mode for PN type
zones. You are only required to hold the panic during the Walk Test because the zone takes
additional time to report when the system is in test mode.
WLS PIR
WLS (Wireless Check-in Test) - Select WLS to automatically test wireless transmitter
communications. Includes all wireless devices except key fobs and transmitters
programmed for a supervision time of 0 (zero).
PIR (Wireless PIR Walk Test) - The PIR Walk Test allows the installer to verify the 1126 or
1127 operation. When enabled, the PIR LED flashes each time motion is detected for up to
30 minutes. This is a local test only and no messages are sent to the Central Station.
BELL NO YES PULS
Bell Action
This option selects the bell output action when a zone under test faults. This option allows
the panel bell, and/or burglary bell, and/or fire bell to turn ON and then OFF each time a
zone is tripped (opened or shorted).
NO - Select NO for no bell output action during Walk Test.
YES - Select YES to turn on any bell output for 2 seconds during Walk Test.
PULS - Select PULS to turn on any bell output for 1/4 second during Walk Test. Any LX-Bus
device output turns on for 1.6 seconds due to the polling cycle.
TRIPS: XXX
END
Trip Counter For Walk Test
Once in the Walk Test, walk around and trip each protective device. Continue tripping
devices until the entire system is tested.
With each zone trip during the Walk Test:
•Keypad display increments each time a selected zone is opened or shorted
•The keypad buzzes for two seconds
•The panel sounds the alarm bells as programmed in Bell Action
•Each time a FI, FV, or SV zone trips, a Sensor Reset occurs.
If ENHANCED ZONE TEST is selected as YES:
A Verify message is sent at the time the zone trip occurs instead of at the end of the Walk
Test. For FI, FV or SV zone types, the Verify message is sent at the initial trip.
For all other zone types, the Verify message is sent when the zone restores. This allows the
Central Station to count the number of devices per zone.
END - Select END to stop the Walk Test. When the Walk Test ends or a 20-minute time-out
expires, a final Sensor Reset occurs. The System Test End message is sent to the receiver
along with Verify and Fail messages for each zone under test. Faulted zones then display on
the keypad.
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Trip Counter For DMP Wireless Check-in Test (WLS)
CKIN:XXX/ZZZ
END
TEST END WARNING
Displays the number of wireless zones that automatically communicate a supervision checkin message.
•The number of zones that check in. (XXX in the example).
•The total number of wireless zones programmed for supervision that should check in.
(ZZZ in the example).
END - Select END to stop the Wireless Check-in Test. When the test ends or a 20-minute
time-out expires, normal wireless zone processing returns. If all transmitters check-in, both
numbers match within three (3) minutes. If a transmitter has multiple zones (1101, 1114,
etc.), all zones are included in the counts. Failed wireless zones display on the keypad.
Test End Warning
When five minutes remain on the 20 minute Walk Test timer, the keypad displays TEST
END WARNING. If no additional test zone trips occur, the test ends and a final Sensor Reset
automatically occurs. The System Test End message is sent to the receiver along with
Verify and Fail messages for each zone under Walk Test. Faulted zones then display on the
keypad.
Note: Key fobs do not send failure messages in order to prevent functioning key fobs that
are not present at the time of the test from being reported as MISSING.
ZONE: 10
SOUTH
LOBBY
-FAIL
Failed Zones Display
For each zone that did not trip (failed), except key fobs, at least once during the Walk
Test, all keypads with matching Display Areas programming display the zone name and
number and buzz for one second. Any selected (*FI *PN *SV) 24-hour zone that is faulted
at the end of the Walk Test displays a trouble condition for that zone regardless of the
message programmed for the open or short condition of the zone and a zone trouble is sent
to the receiver. Press the COMMAND key to display the next failed zone.
Note: For the Wireless Check-in Test, failed wireless zones display only on the keypad.
Zone Verify/Fail reports are not sent to the central station receiver for the wireless checkin test.
22.5 Keypad Speaker Operation
When using LCD Keypads, the panel provides distinct speaker tones from the keypad for Fire, Burglary, Zone
Monitor, and Prewarn events. The list below details the conditions under which the speaker is turned on and off for
each event.
Fire
On - Fire zone alarm and Bell Output or Fire Bell Output is ON.
Off - Alarm Silence.
Burglary
On - Burglary zone alarm and Bell Output or Burglary Bell Output is ON.
Off - Alarm Silence.
Zone Monitor On - One time only when a monitored zone is tripped.
Off - After one tone.
Prewarn
On - During Entry Delay.
Off - When Entry Delay expires.
22.6 Cross Zoning
Caution must be taken when cross zoning devices to ensure that the Cross Zone Time is long enough to allow an
intruder to trip both devices before it expires. A Cross Zone Time that is too short may allow an intruder to trip the
devices and allow only a zone fault report be sent to the central station.
When a Cross Zoned zone trips a FAULT report is sent to the SCS-1R or SCS-VR Receiver. When two Cross Zoned
zones trip within the Cross Zone Time, both zones send ALARM signals to the receiver. For example, if zones 1 and
2 are Cross Zoned zones, and only zone 1 trips, a FAULT report is sent to the receiver for zone 1. If zone 1 trips and
zone 2 trips within the Cross Zone Time, an ALARM report is sent to the receiver for zone 1 and zone 2.
22.7 Events Manager
The Events Manager allows you to delay sending certain reports to the central station receiver. Reports can be kept
in the panel memory until overwritten by new activity or held until the memory buffer reaches 50 events or 50
door access granted events. When the buffer is full, the panel automatically sends the stored reports to the central
station receiver. The table lists the panel reports you can delay using the Events Manager option. See Figure 10.
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22.8 User Profiles
A profile defines the authority of each user code in the system. Profiles are programmed in the Keypad User Menu. Several
characteristics associated with each User Profile define its authority within the system. To effectively program an XR150/
XR550 Series system, you must understand the interrelationship between profiles, devices, output groups, and areas.
Below is a brief explanation of the User Profile elements. For more information about user profiles, refer to the User
Profiles Record and the XR150/XR550 User’s Guide (LT‑1278).
Note: Profiles cannot be changed via keypad in an All/Perimeter or Home/Sleep/Away system. Use the default profiles 1
through 10.
Profile Number - Each profile may be assigned a unique number from 1 to 99.
Profile Name - Each profile may be assigned a 32-character name. The Profile Number is the default name.
Area Number - Each profile may be assigned specific areas of the system for arming and disarming. When creating profiles
1 to 98, NO areas are assigned by default. The default for profile 99 is ALL areas assigned. Profile 99 is preprogrammed in
the system at the factory.
Access Area Number - Each profile may be assigned door access area assignments. Default for profile 1 to 98 is NO areas
assigned. Default for profile 99 is ALL areas assigned. Profile 99 is preprogrammed at the factory.
Output Group Assignment - Each profile may be assigned an output group number from 1 to 10. Default for profile 1 to
98 is NO output group assigned. Default for profile 99 is output group 10. Your system may by programmed to turn on an
output group at certain keypads when door access occurs.
User Menu Assignments - Each user profile may have any of the menus assigned to it as shown in the following User
Profile Record. The User Profile Record lists the user menu profile assignments and the system functions users are allowed
to access based on the profile numbers assigned to their codes.
Always make sure that at least one administrator in your system has a profile with all authorities and areas.
First Access/Second Access - Each profile may be assigned two schedules to allow or restrict access and disarming times.
22.9 User Profiles Record
WiFi Setup
Card Plus Pin
Sec Language
Easy Arm/Disarm
Re Arm Delay
Eighth Access, 1-99
Seventh Access, 1-99
Sixth Access, 1-99
Fifth Access, 1-99
Fourth Access, 1-99
Third Access, 1-99
Second Access, 1-99
First Access, 1-99
Anti-passback
Temp User Code
Fire Drill
Service Request
Display Events
Time
Schedules
Extend Schedules
User Codes
User Profiles
System Test
System Status
Zone Monitor
Bypass Zones
Zone Status
Outputs On/Off
Armed Area
Door Access
Door Lock/Unlock
Lockdown
Sensor Reset
Alarm Silence
Disarm
Arm
Output Groups
Access Areas
Profile
Name
Arm/Disarm
Areas
Profile #
This User Profiles Record can be used as a tool when programming Devices, Profiles, Areas, and Output Groups. Because
these programming options are interrelated, use this sheet to plan the system before you begin the installation and
programming process.
22.10 Wireless Check-in and Supervision Definitions
DMP 1100 Series Supervision Time Explained
The supervision time programmed for DMP 1100 Series wireless is the number of minutes that must elapse before
a transmitter missing message is generated for a transmitter that is not sending its automatically generated
supervision message. The supervision time is programmable to 3, 60, 240 minutes. Selecting 0 (zero) disables
supervision time.
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22.11 Keypad Bus and LX-Bus Zone Type Descriptions
This section describes applications for the default Keypad and LX-Bus zone types in Zone Information programming.
-- (Blank Zone)
Customizable zone type. By default, no actions are programmed to occur with Blank Zone. A zone name must be
entered to use this zone type: This zone type is not the same as an *UNUSED* zone.
NT (Night Zone)
Controlled instant zone used for perimeter doors and windows and interior devices such as PIRs and Glassbreak
detectors.
DY (Day zone)
Used for emergency doors or fire doors to sound the keypad buzzer and display the zone name when the zone is
faulted. Day zones also send alarm reports to the receiver during the system armed periods.
EX (Exit zone)
Initiates the entry delay timer when its assigned area is fully armed. Also, can initiate an exit delay timer to allow
a user to exit an area after the arming process starts.
PN (Panic zone)
Used for connecting to mechanical devices that allow a user to signal an emergency alarm. Panic zones can provide
either a silent or audible alarm with or without reporting to a central station receiver.
EM (Emergency zone)
These are used for reporting medical or other non-panic emergencies to the central station receiver.
SV (Supervisory zone)
Used to provide 24-hour zone supervision to devices associated with fire systems. Typical applications are tamper
switches on Post Indicator Valves (PIVs), gate valves, and low and high temperature gauges.
FI (Fire zone)
Used for any type of powered or mechanical fire detection device. Typical applications are for smoke detectors,
sprinkler flowswitches, manual pull stations, and beam detectors. Retard, cross zoning, and presignal options are
available for the Fire zone type.
FV (Fire Verify zone)
Used primarily for smoke detector circuits to verify the existence of an actual fire condition. When a Fire Verify
zone initiates an alarm, the panel performs a Fire Reset. If any Fire Verify zone initiates an alarm within 120
seconds after the reset, an alarm is indicated. If an alarm is initiated after 120 seconds, the cycle repeats.
A1 and A2 (Auxiliary 1 and Auxiliary 2)
These zones are similar to a Night zone and are typically used to protect restricted areas within a protected
premises.
AR (Arming zone)
This zone allows you to connect a keyswitch to a zone and use it to arm and disarm one or more areas.
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22.12 Zone Type Specifications
AR
Night
Day
Exit
Fire
Panic
Emergency
Supervisory
Auxiliary 1
Auxiliary 2
Fire Verify
Arming
NT
DY
EX
FI
PN
EM
SV
A1
A2
FV
AR
1
to
32
T
-
0
0
0
S
S
S
T
-
0
0
0
A
T
L
D
S
C
S
S
S
A
A
A
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
0
0
T
T
0
0
0
S
S
A
A
0
0
S
S
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
S
P
M
F
A
T
L
D
S
C
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
S N
P
M or
F Y
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Real-Time Rprts
N
1
N
N N
to
or or to or or or to or DIS
4 Y 16 Y Y Y 16 Y STEP
16
Y
Y
Y 1-16 1
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Style
1
Follow Area
1
Priority
Swinger
Action
Output *
Message
Action
Output *
Message
Action
S
P
M
F
Cross Zone
A2
A
T
L
D
S
C
Fast Response
or
S
P
M
F
Presignal
SV
A
T
L
D
S
C
Retard Delay
FI
BDRM
Armed
Short
Entry Delay
DY
EX
PN
Armed
Open
Prewarn
Zone Type Defaults
--
INT
PERIM
Output *
Assign Retard and Presignal
for FI, SV, A1, and A2 only
NT
Disarmed
Short
Message
Assign Prewarn and Entry
Delay for EX only
Fire Disarmed
Bell
Open
Action
Assign Disarm condition of
NT, DY, EX, A1, and A2 only
Area
Output *
Type
Message
Keypad Bus Zone
Information
Output *
The panel contains multiple default zone types for use in configuring the system. These zone types provide the
most commonly selected functions for their applications. All zone types can be customized by changing the variable
options listed below. The Keypad Bus Zone Information table below reflects the zone types for Keypad Bus Zones.
The LX-Bus Zone Information table on the next page reflects the zone types for LX-Bus Zones.
0 N TGL
ARM
MNT
N
+
N
N
N
+
+
+
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
0 N
0 N
N
0 N
0 N
TGL
*Output Options: 1 to 6, 450 to 474, 480 to 499, 500 to 999, D1 to D16, F1 to F20, G1 to G20. + = Set retard to YES before selecting presignal.
= Zone functions not available.
22.12.1Keypad Bus Zone Type Defaults
These are complete spellings of the abbreviations used for the zone types, such as Night and Exit.
Type - These are the abbreviations used for the zone types, such as NT and EX.
Area - For an Area or Home/Sleep/Away with Guest system this is 1 to 32. For an All/Perimeter or Home/Sleep/
Away system, this is the Interior, Bedroom, or Perimeter. Select the area for NT, DY, EX, A1, A2, and AR types.
Fire Bell Out - Only available for FI, FV, and SV zones. Use any output zone number listed.
Message - A = alarm report, T = trouble report, L = local, no report, — (dash) = no report, D = door propped (When
SV zone is connected to 303 Silence/Reset Switch), S = sensor reset/alarm silence,
C = early morning ambush cancel.
Output - These are 1 to 6 on-board and 500 to 999 off-board relay outputs, 450 to 474 and 480 to 499 wireless
outputs, D1 to D16, F1 to F20, and G1 to G20.
Action - This selects the action of the output: S = steady, P = pulse, M = momentary, and F = follow
Swinger - The zone can be automatically bypassed after a programmed number of trips.
Prewarn - This selects the keypad address that sounds the entry prewarn for this zone.
Entry Delay - This is the entry delay timer selected as the default for this zone.
Retard Delay - Provides a programmed retard time before an alarm initiates from a shorted zone. When used on an
arming zone, the retard delay occurs when the zone is shorted before the armed state has changed. If the arming
zone has Maintain as the Style, the retard delay also occurs when the zone returns to a normal state.
Presignal - Provides a keypad tone for zones in retard delay. Retard must be YES before Presignal can be selected.
Fast Response - Provides a 167ms zone response instead of the normal 500ms response.
Cross Zone - Provides cross zoning with any of the 574 zones.
Priority - Requires this zone to be in a normal condition before the area can be armed.
Style - The abbreviations for arming zone style:
TGL = Toggle, ARM = Arm only, DIS = Disarm only, STEP = Wireless arming, MNT = Maintain
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Prewarn
Swinger
Action
Message
+
+
+
+
+
N
N
N
S
S
0
0
0
0
A
A
A
A
T
T
0
0
S
S
–
T
–
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
–
T
–
0
0
0
0
Message
1126 Sensitivity
1126 Pulse Count
1142 LED
Operation
1126 Disarm/
Disable
Supervision Time
1114 Contact
1101 EXT
Contact N/O?
1101 Contact
Wireless
Output *
0
0
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
240
240
240
240
240
240
240
240
240
240
240
4 240
EXT
Y
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
or
or
3
60
2
or
or
or
1
to
32
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
T
L
or or
–D
S
4 High C
Low
2
N
N
0
1
N
INT
N
INT
INT
INT
INT
INT
INT
INT
INT
INT
INT
INT
Action
Output *
or
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Message
BDRM
S
S
S
S
P
M
F
A
T
L
–D
S
C
0
0
0
Output *
NT
DY
EX
FI
PN
EM
SV
A1
A2
FV
AR
NT
DY
EX
FI
PN
EM
SV
A1
A2
FV
AR
Action
PERIM
S
S
S
Message
S
P
M
F
Output *
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Action
A
T
L
–
D
S
C
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
S
P
M
F
A
T
L
–
D
S
C
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Output *
NIGHT
DAY
EXIT
FIRE
PANIC
EMERGENCY
SUPERVISORY
AUXILIARY 1
AUXILIARY 2
FIRE VERIFY
ARMING
Zone Type Defaults
Assign Retard and Presignal for
FI, SV, A1, A2, and PN only.
Assign Prewarn and Entry Delay
for EX only.
*Output Options: 1 to 6, 450 to 474, 480 to 499, 500 to 999, D1 to D16, F1 to F20, G1 to G20. +=Set retard to YES before selecting presignal.
Entry Delay
Assign Disarm condition for NT,
DY, EX, A1, and A2 only.
=Zone functions not available.
0
0
N
N
0
0
TGL
MNT
0
0
0
16
Y
N
N
N
0
0
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Retard Delay
INT
1
Presignal
--
1-16
Fast Response
DMP Wireless
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
16
16
Y
Cross Zone
Fire
Bell
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Priority
Type Area
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
to
or
Follow Area
XR550 Series LX-Bus
Zone Information
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
DIS
STEP
to
or
to
TGL
0
N
0
N 1 N N N
2
3 or to or or or
or
4 Y 16 Y Y Y
1
1
N
Real-Time Reports
Disarmed Disarmed Armed Armed
Open
Short
Open
Short
S
P
M
F
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Style
These are complete spellings of the abbreviations used
for the zone types, such as Night and Exit.
Type - These are the abbreviations used for the zone
types, such as NT and EX.
Area - For an Area or Home/Sleep/Away with Guest
system this is 1 to 32. For an All/Perimeter or Home/
Sleep/Away system, this is the Interior, Bedroom, or
Perimeter. Select the area for NT, DY, EX, A1, A2, and AR
types.
Fire Bell Out - Only available for FI, FV, and SV zones.
Use any output zone number listed.
Wireless - This indicates wireless equipment is being
used.
DMP Wireless - These options are for use with the DMP
1100X Wireless Receiver.
Message - A = alarm report, T = trouble report,
L = local, no report, — (dash) = no report,
D = door propped (When SV zone is connected to 303
Silence/Reset Switch), S = sensor reset/alarm silence,
C = early morning ambush cancel.
Output - These are 1 to 6 on-board and 500 to 999 offboard relay outputs, 450 to 474 and 480 to 499 wireless
outputs, D1 to D16, F1-F20, and G1 to G20.
Action - This selects the action of the output:
S = steady, P = pulse, M = momentary, and F = follow
Swinger - The zone can be automatically bypassed after
a programmed number of trips.
Prewarn - This selects the keypad address that sounds
the entry prewarn for this zone.
Entry Delay - This is the entry delay timer selected as
the default for this zone.
Retard Delay - Provides a programmed retard time
before an alarm initiates from a shorted zone. When
used on an arming zone, the retard delay occurs when
the zone is shorted before the armed state has changed.
If the arming zone has Maintain as the Style, the retard
delay also occurs when the zone returns to a normal
state.
Presignal - Provides a keypad tone for zones in retard
delay. Retard must be YES before Presignal can be
selected.
Fast Response - Provides a 167ms zone response instead
of the normal 500ms response.
Cross Zone - Provides cross zoning with any of the 574
zones.
Priority - Requires this zone to be in a normal condition
before the area can be armed.
Style - The abbreviations for arming zone style:
TGL = Toggle, ARM = Arm only, DIS = Disarm only,
STEP = Wireless arming, MNT = Maint
ARM
22.12.2LX-Bus Zone Type Defaults
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APPENDIX
22.13 Common Keypad Messages
There are several common keypad messages that the keypad displays to inform the technician and end‑user. The
common messages are described below. Possible solutions are also provided.
Message
INVALID AREA
INVALID CODE
INVALID PROFILE
INVALID TIME
ENTER 2ND CODE
CLOSING TIME
LATE TO CLOSE
FAILED TO EXIT
AC TROUBLE
BATTERY TROUBLE
PHONE LINE 1 TROUBLE
SYSTEM TROUBLE or
SERVICE REQUIRED
SYSTEM BUSY
4-WIRE BUS TROUBLE
Meaning
The user has attempted a door access for an area
they are not assigned.
The user code you entered is not recognized by the
system.
A user attempted a function that is outside of the
assigned profile.
A user code assigned to a specific schedule has
entered outside of the valid schedule.
The area you are attempting to disarm or access is
a Two Man Area.
The scheduled has expired but the area is not
armed.
The system was not armed at its scheduled closing
time.
Possible Solutions
Change the user access areas if access to the
area is needed. If access is not needed, the user
cannot enter the area.
Check the user code and try again.
Check the user profile settings.
See Schedules and User Codes.
A second and different user code must be
entered.
Users still on the premise should arm the system
or extend the schedule to a later time.
Users still on the premise should arm the system
or extend the schedule to a later time.
The user must exit the area through the proper
A user assigned the anti-passback option has
door. If not possible, your system administrator
attempted to re‑enter an area from which they did
should select the Forgive option in the User
not exit properly.
Codes menu.
The system AC is low or missing.
Check that all AC connections are good.
Check that the battery connections are good and
The System battery is either low or missing.
the battery is still good.
There is trouble with the phone line supervision.
Plug in the phone line.
Make sure the RESET jumper is removed from
the panel. Make sure there is not a short or
There is a problem with one or more components in open condition on the green data wire to the
the system.
keypad. You may also need to check that all of
the keypads and expansion modules on the bus
are good.
Wait a few moments for the system to complete
the task. Make sure the RESET jumper is not
The system is performing another task with a
on the panel. If the message displays for a long
higher priority.
period of time, the processor could be locked
up.
There is not a supervised device on the bus.
Program a device to be supervised.
There is low voltage or an open yellow wire.
Make sure all wires are connected.
Two devices share the same address.
Program one of the devices to a unique address.
TRANSMIT FAIL
The panel has attempted to communicate with the
central station 10 times and has not succeeded.
Verify your communication type, account
number, and phone number. Make sure the
telephone line is connected and working
properly.
NON-POLLED ADDRESS
The device is not set to DOOR, KEYPAD or FIRE in
Device Setup during programming.
Program the device as DOOR, KEYPAD or FIRE in
Device Setup.
ENTER CODE (to
enter Programming)
WIRELESS TROUBLE
A lockout code has been programmed for the panel. Enter the lockout code.
The panel is unable to communicate with the
wireless receiver.
The wireless receiver is missing.
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Verify the receiver is properly connected to
the panel. Verify the correct House Code is
programmed in System Options.
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APPENDIX
22.14 Area Account Number Messages
XR150/XR550 systems send an area account number instead of the system account number with the following panel
messages/events based on the area assigned to the zone that initiated the alarm:
• WARNING: Alarm Bell Silenced (S34)
• Abort Signal Received (S45)
• Cancel Signal Received (S49)
• ALERT: System Recently Armed (S78)
• ALERT: Exit Error (S80)
• ALARM: Verify Signal Received (S96) (not currently sent on area arming systems)
The panel has always sent the area account number for the following messages:
• Zone event messages for all non-24 hour zones assigned to an area
• Arming
• Disarming
The panel sends the following messages using the area account number based on the lowest area number in Display
Areas programming from the keypad being used:
•
•
•
•
•
•
User Code Add/Change/Delete
Door Access/Denied
User 1 Ambush and Early Morning Ambush
System Test Begin/End
Unauthorized Entry
Service Code and Service Request
The panel sends the following messages using the area account number based on the area number:
• Late to Arm for area schedules
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Certifications
Export Control
800 - 641 - 4282
INTRUSION
•
FIRE
•
ACCESS
•
NETWORKS
www.dmp.com
2500 North Partnership Boulevard
Designed, Engineered and
Manufactured in Springfield, Missouri
S p r i n g fi e l d , M i s s o u r i 6 5 8 0 3 - 8 8 7 7
16085
The XR550 with encryption uses AES encryption and
any export beyond the United States must be in
accordance with Export Administration Regulations.
LT-1232 © 2016 Digital Monitoring Products, Inc.
California State Fire Marshal (CSFM)
FCC Part 15
FCC Part 68 Registration ID CCKAL00BXR550
New York City (FDNY COA #6167)
NIST AES Algorithm Certificate #2350 128-bit
NIST AES Algorithm Certificate #2595 256-bit
SIA
Meets ANSI/SIA CP-01-2010 False Alarm Reduction
ANSI/UL 294
Access Control System Units
ANSI/UL 1023
Household Burglar
ANSI/UL 1076
Proprietary Burglar
ANSI/UL 1610
Central Station Burglar
ANSI/UL 1635
Digital Burglar
ANSI/UL 985
Household Fire Warning
ANSI/UL 864Fire Protective Signaling 9th Edition
Compatible with Devices listed for
ANSI/UL 268Smoke-Automatic Fire Detectors
ANSI/UL 346 Waterflow Indicators for Fire
Protective Signaling Systems
ANSI/UL 636Holdup Alarm Units and
Systems Accessory
UL Bank, Safe, and Vault
UL Standard Line Security
UL Encrypted Standard Line Security
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CONTROL PANEL
MODEL XR150/XR550 SERIES
INSTALLATION GUIDE
 FCC NOTICE
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used properly in strict accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions, may cause interference with radio and television reception. It has been type tested
and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing device in accordance with the specification in Subpart J
of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential
installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the installer is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
Reorient the receiving antenna
Relocate the computer with respect to the receiver
Move the computer away from the receiver
Plug the compute into a different outlet so that computer and receiver are on different branch circuits
If necessary, the installer should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for additional suggestions.
The installer may find the following booklet, prepared by the Federal Communications Commission, helpful:
“How to identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems.”
This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C. 20402
Stock No. 004-000-00345-4
© 2016 Digital Monitoring Products, Inc.
Information furnished by DMP is believed to be accurate and reliable.
This information is subject to change without notice.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Product Specifications Summary
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
Power Supply..............................................................................1
Communication...........................................................................1
Panel Zones................................................................................1
Keypad Bus.................................................................................1
LX500-LX900 Bus™.....................................................................1
Outputs......................................................................................1
Enclosure Specifications...............................................................2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
Description..................................................................................2
Zone Expansion...........................................................................2
Output Expansion........................................................................2
Central Station Communication.....................................................3
Encrypted Communications
(XR550 with Network & Encryption Only)......................................3
Caution Notes.............................................................................3
Compliance Instructions...............................................................3
3.1
3.2
3.3
Wiring Diagram...........................................................................4
Lightning Protection.....................................................................4
Accessory Devices.......................................................................5
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
Mounting the Enclosure...............................................................7
Mounting Keypads and Zone Expansion Modules............................8
Connecting LX-Bus™, AX-Bus™ and Keypad Bus Devices................9
Wireless Keypad Association.........................................................9
5.1
5.2
5.3
AC Terminals 1 and 2.................................................................10
Transformer Types.....................................................................10
50VA-75VA 3-Pin Header for Transformer Types...........................10
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
Battery Terminals 3 and 4..........................................................10
Earth Ground (GND)..................................................................10
Battery Only Restart..................................................................10
Battery Replacement Period.......................................................10
Discharge/Recharge...................................................................11
Battery Supervision....................................................................11
Battery Cutoff...........................................................................11
Power Requirements..................................................................12
Standby Battery Selection..........................................................14
24 hours of standby power.........................................................14
60 hours of standby power.........................................................14
72 hours of standby power.........................................................14
7.1
Terminals 5 and 6......................................................................15
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
Description................................................................................15
Terminal 7 - RED.......................................................................15
Terminal 8 - YELLOW.................................................................15
Terminal 9 - GREEN...................................................................15
Terminal 10 - BLACK..................................................................15
Programming (PROG) Connection...............................................15
Keypad Bus LEDs.......................................................................15
OVC LED(s)...............................................................................15
9.1
9.2
Terminals 11 and 12..................................................................16
Current Rating...........................................................................16
Panel Features
System Components
Installation
Primary Power Supply
Secondary Power Supply
Bell Output
Keypad Bus
Smoke and Glassbreak Detector Output
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Protection Zones
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
Terminals 13–24........................................................................16
Operational Parameters..............................................................16
Zone Response Time..................................................................16
Keyswitch Arming Zone..............................................................16
11.1
Terminals 25–26 and 27–28.......................................................17
12.1
12.2
12.3
Description................................................................................17
Contact Rating..........................................................................17
Model 431 Output Harness Wiring...............................................17
13.1
13.2
13.3
Description................................................................................18
Model 300 Harness Wiring..........................................................18
Model 860 Relay Module............................................................18
14.1
14.2
Description................................................................................18
Wireless Bus LEDs.....................................................................18
15.1
15.2 15.3
15.4
LX-Bus/AX-Bus Headers.............................................................19
LX-Bus (XR150/XR550)..............................................................19
AX-Bus (XR550 V111 or higher):.................................................19
Device Addressing.....................................................................19
LX-Bus/AX-Bus LEDs..................................................................20
OVC LEDs.................................................................................20
16.1
16.2
16.3
Description................................................................................20
Ethernet LEDs...........................................................................20
Network Transient Suppression...................................................20
17.1
17.2
17.3
17.4
17.5
Description................................................................................21
893A or 277 Connector..............................................................21
Notification...............................................................................21
Phone Line Monitor....................................................................21
FCC Registration........................................................................22
18.1
18.2
RESET Header...........................................................................22
TAMPER Header........................................................................22
19.1
19.2
19.3
CELL MODULE Header...............................................................23
Module Installation....................................................................23
Connecting the Antenna.............................................................23
20.1
20.2
20.3
20.4
763 Module to EXP Header.........................................................23
Connecting the 763...................................................................24
Status LED................................................................................24
Mounting the 763......................................................................24
Powered Zones for 2-Wire Smoke Detectors
Dry Contact Relay Outputs
Annunciator Outputs
Wireless Bus Expansion
LX-BusTM/AX-BusTM Expansion
ETHERNET Connector (Panels with Network/Encryption only)
PHONE LINE RJ Connector
RESET and TAMPER Headers
Cellular Modules
Wi-Fi Connection
Certifications
Export Control
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INTRODUCTION
Product Specifications Summary
1.1
Power Supply
Transformer Input:Model 327, plug-in — Primary input: 120 Vac, 60 Hz, Secondary output: 16.5 Vac 50 VA
Model 322/323, wire-in — Primary input: 120 Vac, 60 Hz, Secondary output: 16 Vac 56 VA
Model 324/324P, wire-in — Primary input: 120 Vac, 60 Hz, Secondary output: 16 Vac 100 VA
Standby Battery:12 Vdc, 1.0 Amps Max. charging current
Models 364, 365, 366, 368, or 369
Replace every 3 to 5 years
Auxiliary *:12 Vdc output at 1.5 Amp Max
12 Vdc output at 325mA used with two Model 364 batteries in the Model 341 enclosure
Bell Output *:
12 Vdc at 1.5 Amp Max
All circuits are inherent Power Limited except the red battery wire and AC terminal.
* See section 5.3 50VA-75VA 3-Pin Header for Transformer Types for panel output 2 Amp or 3 Amp current
limitations.
1.2
Communication
• Built-in network communication to DMP Model SCS-1R Receivers (Panels with Network/Encryption only)
• Built-in 128-bit or 256-bit encrypted communication to DMP Model SCS-1R Receivers (XR550 with Encryption
only)
• Built-in Contact ID communication to DMP Model SCS-1R Receivers
• Optional 893A Dual Phone Line Module with phone line supervision
• Can operate as a local panel
Note: 256-bit encrypted messages to SCS-1R receiver only communicate when using SCS-104 Receiver Line Cards
with Version 102 or higher software.
1.3
Panel Zones
• Eight 1k Ohm EOL burglary zones (zones 1 to 8)
• Two 3.3k Ohm EOL powered zone with reset (zones 9 and 10)
1.4
Keypad Bus
You can connect up to a total of 16 of the following supervised keypads and expansion modules to keypad bus:
• Alphanumeric keypads
• Four, Eight- and/or single-zone expansion modules
• Single-zone detectors
• Access control modules
• Wireless Keypads (maximum of 4)
1.5
LX500-LX900 Bus™
You can connect the following devices to the LX-Bus™ connections provided on the panel. See Accessory Devices
section 3.3.
• Four, eight, sixteen- and/or single-zone expansion modules
• Single-zone detectors
• Relay output expansion modules
• Graphic annunciator modules
1.6Outputs
The XR150/XR550 Series provide two Single Pole, Double Throw (SPDT) relay outputs which require the installation of
two Model 305 relays, each rated 1 Amp at 30 Vdc resistive (power limited sources only). A Model 431 Output Harness
is required to use these outputs.
The XR150/XR550 Series panels also provide four open collector outputs rated for 50mA each. The open collector
outputs provide ground connection for a positive voltage source. A Model 300 Output Harness is required to use these
outputs.
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1.7
Enclosure Specifications
The XR150/XR550 Series panels are shipped in an enclosure with a transformer, End-of-Line resistors, battery leads,
user’s guide, and programming sheets.
Enclosure
Model
Size
Color(s)
Construction (Cold Rolled
Steel)
350
17.5”W x 13.5”H x 3.5”D
Gray (G) or Red (R)
18-Gauge
350A
17.5”W x 13.5”H x 3.75”D
Gray (G)
18-Gauge with 16-Gauge door
341
13.22”W x 7.0”H x 3.5”D
Gray (G)
20-Gauge
349
12.5”W x 11.5”H x 3.5”D
Gray (G)
20-Gauge
352X
14.5”W x 32.0”H x 4.0”D
Gray (G)
16-Gauge
2.1
Description
Panel Features
The DMP XR150/XR550 Series system is made up of an alarm panel with a built-in communicator, an enclosure,
battery, one transformer, and keypads. Each panel is a versatile 12 Vdc, combined access control, burglary, and
fire communicator panel with battery backup. The panels provide eight on-board burglary zones and two on-board
12 Vdc Class B powered zones. The powered zones have a reset capability to provide for 2-wire smoke detectors,
relays, or other latching devices. Combined current requirements of additional modules may require an auxiliary
power supply. Refer to the Power Requirements section in this guide when calculating power requirements.
The panels can communicate to DMP SCS-1R Receivers using digital dialer, cellular, network, or Contact ID
communication. Panels using cellular, network, or encrypted communication can also communicate to DMP SCS-VR
Receivers.
2.2
Zone Expansion
Each panel provides multiple options for zone expansion:
• 10 on-board zones
• Up to 64 programmable keypad zones
• Up to 500 LX-Bus zones
Using DMP LCD keypad remote zone capability and zone expansion modules, additional zones are available on each
panel:
• XR550 provides up to 574 additional zones
• XR150 provides up to 142 additional zones
The panel keypad data bus supports up to 16 supervised device addresses with each address supporting up to four
programmable expansion zones (64 total).
Using the on board LX-Bus connections, and any combination of single, four, eight, or sixteen-zone expansion
modules and single-zone LX-Bus detectors, additional zones are available on each panel:
• XR550 provides up to 500 additional zones (LX500-LX900)
• XR150 provides up to 100 additional zones (LX500)
Note: Do not use shielded or twisted pair wiring for LX-Bus or Keypad Bus circuits.
2.3
Output Expansion
In addition to the two SPDT relays and four programmable open collector outputs on the XR150/XR550 Series, you
can also connect up to 25 programmable Model 716 Output Expansion Modules to each LX-Bus. These modules can
provide an additional 500 or 100 programmable SPDT relays.
The panels provide Output Schedules for programming the 716 to perform a variety of annunciation and control
functions. Also assign the 716 outputs to any panel Output Options such as Fire Alarm, Communication Fail, or Phone
Trouble Outputs. Refer to the 716 Installation Guide (LT-0183).
The LX-Bus also supports the Model 717 Graphic Annunciator Module. Each 717 module supplies 20 switched ground
outputs that follow the state of their assigned zones.
Note: The 717 supports the first eight Keypad Bus addresses. To follow Keypad Bus addresses nine through 16, install
multiple 716 modules. Refer to the 717 Installation Guide (LT-0235) and 716 Installation Guide (LT‑0183).
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2.4
Central Station Communication
You can program the panel for reporting to DMP SCS-VR or SCS‑1R Receivers using digital dialer, cellular, network, or
Contact ID communication. The panels connect at the premises to a standard RJ31X or RJ38X telephone jack. Use
the DMP 893A Dual Phone Line Module when connecting the panel to two separate phone lines in fire or burglary
applications.
2.5
Encrypted Communications (XR550 with Network & Encryption Only)
An XR550 panel can communicate using AES encryption. If you currently have an XR550 panel with network
capability, you may contact DMP Customer Service with the panel serial number. The serial number(s) should be sent
in writing via e-mail or fax. A separate feature key is sent for each panel to activate encrypted communications
using the Feature Upgrade process. Encrypted communication cannot be enabled on a XR550 panel without network
communication capabilities. For more information on the Feature Upgrade process see the XR150/XR550 Series
Programming Guide (LT-1232).
Note: 256-bit encrypted messages to SCS-1R receiver only communicate when using SCS-104 Receiver Line Cards
with Version 102 or higher software.
2.6
Caution Notes
Throughout this guide you will see caution notes containing information you need to know when installing the panel.
These cautions are indicated with a yield sign. Whenever you see a caution note, make sure you completely read
and understand its information. Failing to follow the caution note can cause damage to the equipment or improper
operation of one or more components in the system. See the example shown below.
Always ground the panel before applying power to any devices: The panel must be properly grounded
before connecting any devices or applying power to the panel. Proper grounding protects against
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) that can damage system components.
2.7
Compliance Instructions
For applications that must conform to a local authorities installation standard or a National Recognized Testing
Laboratory certificated system, please see the Compliance Listing Guide LT-1330 for additional instructions.
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3.1
System Components
Wiring Diagram
The XR150/XR550 Series diagram below shows some of the accessory modules you can connect for use in various
applications. A brief description of each module follows in section 3.3.
s
AC Wiring must be in conduit and exit
out the left side of the enclosure.
Form C Relays (J2)
Output Color Code–Model 431 Harness
Output 2
N/O Orange/White
Output 2
Com White/Gray
Output 2
N/C Violet/White
Output 1
N/O Orange
Output 1
Com Gray
Output 1
N/C Violet
Power
LED
J3 s
Phone Line
¼"
XR550 Series
Panel
The plug-in transformer shall plug
into a 120 VAC 60 Hz outlet not
controlled by a switch and all 16
to 18 gauge wire shall run
through conduit.
J11 Output 1 J2
Outputs 3-6
K6
J10
Battery
Start
J4
Tamper
J8
J14
Link LED
Activity LED
J1 s
Ethernet
Front
Tamper
Rear
Tamper
Annunciator Outputs (J11)
Output Color Code
Output 3
Red
Output 4
Yellow
Output 5
Green
Output 6
Black
Out1 Out2
Wiring on terminals 5 through 22 must
exit right and maintain 1/4" separation
from the AC and battery positive wiring.
Front and Rear tamper
protection included
with Model 350A
Attack Resistant
Enclosure.
s
J18
J16
K7
Reset
J13
J9
Any other contact
devices listed for Fire
Protective Signaling can
be connected to zones
9 and 10.
J7
Load
Output 2
Zones 9 and 10 and
Model 715 compatibility
identifier: A
Maximum operating
range: 13.8 VDC to
9.7 VDC.
Class B (Style A).
J24
Cell Module
J19
J17
J15
PROG
s
RED
BLACK
Earth
Ground
Ground
Cold Water
Pipe Earth
Ground 1k
Bell
s
s
s
Ohm
S
S
S
S
S
1k
1k
Ohm Ohm
17
S
18 19
S
S
1k
1k
Ohm Ohm
20
S
S
21 22
S
23
S
S
1k
1k
Ohm Ohm
S
24 25
Zone 8
15 16
S
26
27
Zone
9
S
1k
1k
Ohm Ohm
S
28
Zone
10
S
S
s s
J3
7
Z1 GND Z2
8
Z3 GND Z4+ Z4–
11
9
10
12
13
14
Piezo
+
–
AS
5
J5
6
4
J4
KYPD IN RED KYPD OUT
RA
2
J2
PROG RED
3
1
GRN
RED WHT GRN BLK LC
734
Interface
Module
YEL
RELAY WIEGAND DATA
ON
READ LED XMT LED
NC
J1 RED
Keyswitch Arming
can be connected
to any zone.
s
s
s
s
s
Smoke
Detector
DISARM
ARM
s
Zone Expander
Model 715
7mA @ 12 VDC
Models 715-8, 715-16
20mA @ 12 VDC
s
Zone Expander
Model 714
7mA @ 12 VDC
Models 714-8, 714-16
20mA @ 12 VDC
S
1k Ohm 1k Ohm 1k Ohm
S
S
S
S
S
1k Ohm 1k Ohm 1k Ohm
1k Ohm
Yellow
Orange
Black
Green (Data 0)
White (Data 1)
Red
ON
S1
C
RED
RED
YELLOW
GREEN
BLACK
s
Card Reader
NO
BLACK
GREEN
YELLOW
RED
s
s = Supervised Circuit
S
Auxiliary/Smoke Power
3.3k
Total current combined from terminals 7, 11, 25, 3.3k
Ohm
Ohm
27, XBUS and LX500-LX900:
Resistor Resistor
1.5 Amp Max 13.8 VDC to 10.2 VDC
Bell cutoff time
range is 5 to 99
minutes, non-coded.
s
Using verification delays
on zones 9 and 10 is
optional. Use the
delays marked on the
smoke detectors.
Z7 GND Z8 Z9+ Z9– Z10+ Z10–
Zone 7
14
Zone 5
12 13
Zone 6
11
Zone 4
10
Zone 2
s
9
Zone 1
s
8
22 gauge minimum
16 to 18 gauge wire
Maximum AC Wire distance
s
with 16 gauge wire: 70 feet
with 18 gauge wire: 40 feet
7
22 gauge minimum
6
s
Z3 GND Z4 Z5 GND Z6
BLACK
5
22 gauge minimum
4
GREEN
3
RED
2
YELLOW
1
Bell
12 VDC
Minimum cutoff time 5 min.
1.5 Amp Max
22 gauge minimum
AC AC +B –B BELL GND RED YEL GRN BLK SMK GND Z1 GND Z2
Zone 3
s
Zone
Expander
Model 711
7mA @ 12
VDC
S
S
1k Ohm
Zone Expander
(up to 8 zones)
Model 712-8
19mA @ 12
VDC
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
1k Ohm
Intended Installation Environment - Indoor/Dry
WARNING: Incorrect connections
may cause damage to the unit.
S
3.3k Ohm 3.3k Ohm 3.3k Ohm 3.3k Ohm
Listed Resistors
1.0k Ohm - DMP Model 311
3.3k Ohm - DMP Model 309
10K Ohm - DMP Model 308
CAUTION: DO NOT USE LOOPED WIRE
UNDER TERMINALS. BREAK WIRE RUN TO
PROVIDE SUPERVISION OF CONNECTIONS.
WARNING
THIS UNIT MAY BE PROGRAMMED TO USE AN ALARM VERIFICATION FEATURE THAT
RESULTS IN DELAY OF THE SYSTEM ALARM SIGNAL FROM THE INDICATED CIRCUITS.
THE TOTAL DELAY (CONTROL UNIT PLUS SMOKE DETECTORS) SHALL NOT EXCEED 60
SECONDS. NO OTHER SMOKE DETECTOR SHALL BE CONNECTED TO THESE CIRCUITS
UNLESS APPROVED BY THE LOCAL AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION (AHJ).
Figure 1: XR550 Series Wiring Diagram
3.2
Lightning Protection
Metal Oxide Varistors and Transient Voltage Suppressors help protect against voltage surges on panel input and output
circuits. Additional surge protection is available by installing the DMP 370 or 370RJ Lightning Suppressors or Model 270
Network Transient Suppression Module.
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SYSTEM COMPONENTS
3.3
Accessory Devices
Cellular Communicator Cards
263C CDMA Cellular Communicator
263H HSPA+ Cellular Communicator
Accessory Modules
270 Network Transient
Suppression Module
277 Trouble Sounder
370/370RJ Lightning Suppressor
893A Dual Phone Line Module
Expansion Modules
710 Bus Splitter/Repeater
711 Single Point Zone Expanders
714, 714-8, 714-16 Zone Expanders
712-8 Zone Expander
715, 715-8, 715-16 Zone Expanders
716 Output Expander
717 Graphic Annunciator Module
734, 734N, 734N-WIFI Wiegand
Interface Modules
Wi-Fi™ Module
763 Module
Allows you to connect the XR150/XR550 Series to any compatible CDMA/SMS network.
Allows you to connect the XR150/XR550 Series to any compatible HSPA/SMS network.
Provides transient surge protection for the ETHERNET Connector.
Provides local sounder for monitoring of panel operations and loss of Keypad Bus.
Provides protection against voltage surges on panel input and output circuits.
Allows you to supervise two standard phone lines connected to an XR150/XR550 Series
panel. The 893A module monitors the main and backup phone lines for a sustained voltage
drop and alerts users when the phone line is bad.
Allows you to increase keypad or LX-Bus wiring distance to 2500 feet.
Provides one Class B zone for connecting burglary devices.
Provides Class B zones for connecting burglary and non-powered fire devices.
Provides Class B zones for connecting burglary devices.
Provides 12 Vdc Class B powered zones for connecting smoke detectors, glassbreak
detectors, and other 2- or 4-wire devices.
Provides four Form C relays (SPDT) and four switched grounds (open collector) for use in a
variety of remote annunciation and control applications for use on the LX-Bus only.
Provides 20 zone following annunciator outputs (open collector) for use in a variety of
remote annunciation and control applications for use on the LX-Bus only.
Provides system codeless entry, and arming and disarming using access control readers.
Allows you to add Wi-Fi alarm signal communication to XR150 Series with Version 112 or
higher firmware and Level F hardware and XR550 Series panels with Version 112 or higher
firmware.
DMP Two-Way Wireless Devices
1100X/1100XH Receiver
Supports up to 500/100 devices in residential or commercial wireless operation.
1100R Repeater
Provides additional range for wireless devices.
1101 Universal Transmitter
Provides both internal and external contacts that may be used at the same time to yield two
individual reporting zones from one wireless transmitter.
1102 Universal Transmitter
Provides an external contact.
1103 Universal Transmitter
Provides both internal and external contacts that may be used at the same time to yield two
individual reporting zones from one wireless transmitter. Requires EOL resistor for external
contact. Provides Disarm/Disable functionality.
1106 Universal Transmitter
Provides both internal and external contacts that may be used at the same time to yield two
individual reporting zones from one wireless transmitter.
1107 Micro Window Transmitter
Provides a wireless window transmitter.
1114 Four-Zone Expander
Provides four wireless zones.
1116 Relay Output
Provides one Form C relay.
1117 LED Annunciator
Provides a visual system status indicator.
1118 Remote Indicator Light
Provides a visual indication of a Panic situation.
1119 Door Sounder
Provides a battery powered sounder.
1121 PIR Motion Detector
Provides motion detection with pet immunity.
1126R Motion Detector
Ceiling mount motion detector with panel programmable sensitivity and Disarm/Disable
functionality.
1127C/1127W PIR Motion Detector Wall mount motion detector with panel programmable sensitivity and Disarm/Disable
functionality.
1129 Glassbreak Detector
Detects the shattering of framed glass mounted in an outside wall and provides full-pattern
coverage and false-alarm immunity.
1131 Recessed Contact
Provides a recessed contact option for door or window applications.
1135/1135DB Wireless Siren
Provides a wireless siren.
1137 Wireless LED Emergency Light Provides path lighting in the event of an alarm or trouble such as Burglary Alarm Output or
can be activated simultaneously by the panel via the Trip with Panel Bell feature.
1139 Bill Trap
Provides a silent alarm option for retail and banking cash drawers.
1141 Wall Button*
One button wall mounted wireless transmitter.
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1142BC Two-button Panic Belt Clip Provides portable two-button panic operation.
Transmitter
1142 Two-button Panic Transmitter Provides permanently mounted under-the-counter two-button panic operation.
1144-4 (Four-Button)
1144 Series Key Fob transmitters designed to clip onto a key ring or lanyard.
1144-2 (Two-Button)
1144-2-P (Two‑Button with Prox)
1144-D (Two Button Panic)
1144-1 (One-Button)
1144-1-P (One‑Button with Prox)
1148 Personal Pendant*
A one-button, wireless emergency transmitter designed to be worn as a wristband or on a
break-away lanyard. The 1148 may be used to activate an event at the receiver.
1161 Residential Smoke Detector
Residential smoke detector with sounder.
1162 Residential Smoke/Heat
Residential smoke/heat detector with sounder and fixed rate-of-rise heat detector.
Detector
1164 Wireless Synchronized Smoke Commercial or residential, battery powered, wireless, low profile, photoelectric smoke
Detector
detector, with synchronizing sounder.
1183-135F Heat Detector
Fixed temperature heat detector.
1183-135R Heat Detector
Fixed temperature and rate-of-rise heat detector.
1184 Carbon Monoxide Detector
Carbon monoxide detector.
Interface Modules
736P Radionics™ Popit Interface
738A Ademco Interface
738I ITI Interface Module
738Z Z-Wave Interface Module
Allows a Radionics™ POPIT System to interface with DMP XR150/XR550 Series panels while
maintaining Radionics™ wiring.
Allows Ademco™ 5881 wireless receivers to interface with DMP XR150/XR550 Series panels.
Allows ITI™ SuperBus™ 2000 Series wireless receivers to interface with DMP XR150/XR550
Series panels.
Provides connection for Z-Wave modules.
Indicating and Initiating Devices
860 Relay Module
865 Supervised Style W or X
Notification Circuit Module
866 Style W Notification Circuit
Module
867 Style W LX-Bus Notification
Circuit Module
869 Dual Class A Style D Initiating
Module
Provides dry relay contacts that are programmable and controlled from the DMP panel
annunciator outputs. Includes one Form C (SPDT) relay rated 1 Amp @ 30 Vdc. Sockets are
provided to allow the addition of three Model 305 plug-in relays. These relays can be used
for electrical isolation between the alarm panel and another system or switching 5, 12, or
24 Volts to control various functions within a building or around its perimeter.
Provides supervised alarm current when using the XR150/XR550 Series panel bell output
and up to 5 Amps at 12 or 24 Vdc when using a listed auxiliary power supply. The 865
can supervise 2-wire or 4-wire style circuits for opens and shorts with individual LED
annunciation.
Provides supervised alarm current using the XR150/XR550 Series panel bell output and up
to 5 Amps at 12 or 24 Vdc when using a listed auxiliary power supply. The 866 can supervise
2-wire Style W circuits for opens and shorts.
Provides supervised alarm current using the XR150/XR550 Series panel bell output and up to
5 Amps at 12 or 24 Vdc when using a listed auxiliary power supply. The 867 connects to the
XR150/XR550 Series panel LX-Bus and provides one 2-wire Style W notification circuit for
open and short conditions. Individual Bell Relay addresses Bell Ring styles.
Provides two Class A, Style D, 4-wire initiating zones for connecting waterflow switches and
other non‑powered fire and burglary devices.
Keypads
LCD keypads
Allows you to control the panel from various remote locations. Connect up to sixteen Model
630F Remote Fire Command Center, Model 7060, 7063, 7070, 7073, 7160, 7163, 7170, 7173
Thinline™ keypads, or 7060A, 7063A, 7070A, 7073A Aqualite™ keypads to the keypad bus
using terminals 7, 8, 9, and 10.
7800 Series Graphic Touchscreen
Allows you to control the panel from various remote locations. Connect up to sixteen Model
keypads
7872 or 7873 Graphic Touchscreen keypads to the keypad bus using terminals 7, 8, 9, and 10.
9000 Series Wireless keypads
Allows you to control the panel from various remote locations. Connect up to four
9060/9063 Wireless Keypads.
9862 Wireless Graphic Touchscreen Allows you to control the panel from various remote locations. Associate up to four 9862
keypad
Wireless Graphic Touchscreen Keypads.
Addressable Smoke Detectors
2W-BLX, 2WT-BLX
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Single-zone, addressable conventional smoke, smoke/heat detectors that connect to the LXBus. Includes drift compensation.
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Installation
4.1
Mounting the Enclosure
The metal enclosure for the XR150/XR550 Series must be mounted in a secure, dry place to protect the panel
from damage due to tampering or the elements. It is not necessary to remove the panel PCB when installing the
enclosure. Figure 2 shows the mounting hole locations for the Model 350/350A Enclosures. Figure 3 shows the Model
341 Kiosk Enclosure. Figure 4 shows the Model 352X panel cabinet and 352S shelf cabinet for multiple batteries.
The 350A Attack Resistant enclosure is factory shipped with one knockout on the top left of the enclosure. As
needed, additional knockouts or antenna exits may be added at the time of installation. See Figure 2 for the
positions on the enclosure that can be added. Each additional knockout must be filled with conduit.
*
Enclosure Mounting Holes
XR550 Panel
3-Hole
Pattern for
Accessory
Modules
J6
K
*
*
Dual 1 3/4" and 1 3/8" Conduit Knockouts
Front and
Rear Tamper
Switches for
350A Attack
Resistant
Enclosure
* 350A Optional Knockout
*
Battery Shelf holds up to three 7 Ah Batteries
*
Figure 2: XR550 Series in Model 350 or 350A Enclosure
PEMs for optional battery bracket.
See 341 Installation sheet for
additional information.
Lid Mounting Holes (4 places)
Lid Mounting Holes
(4 places)
XR550 Panel
J6
K
Enclosure Mounting Holes (4 places)
Dual 1/2" and 3/4" Conduit Knockouts
Figure 3: XR550 Series in Model 341 Enclosure
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56 VA
Transformer
Mounting
Plate
XR550 Panel
XR550 Panel
J6
K
Mounting for one (1)
Zone Expansion Module.
Battery Shelf
Figure 4: XR550 Series in Model 352X Enclosure and Separate 352S Enclosure with Shelves
4.2
Mounting Keypads and Zone Expansion Modules
DMP LCD keypads have removable covers that allow you to easily mount the keypad to a wall or other flat surface
using the screw holes on each corner of the base. All DMP keypad housings are designed to easily install on any 4”
square box, 3‑gang switch box, DMP 695 and 696 backbox, or a flat surface.
The keypad housing is made up of two parts: the front, which contains the circuit board and keyboard components
and the base. Use the following steps and figures to separate the keypad front and base.
1. Insert a flat screwdriver into one of the slots on the bottom of the keypad and gently lift the screwdriver
handle toward you while pulling the halves apart. Repeat with the other slot.
2. Using your hands, gently separate the front from the base and set the front and components aside.
3. Before mounting the base, connect the keypad wire harness leads to the keypad cable from the panel and to
any device wiring run to that location. Then attach the harness to the pin connector on the PC board, mount
the base, and install the keypad cover making sure all of the keys extend through their respective holes.
The DMP 711, 712-8, 714, 715, 716, and 717 modules are each contained in molded plastic housings with removable
covers. The base provides you with mounting holes for installing the unit to a wall, switch plate, or other surface.
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4.3
Connecting LX-Bus™, AX-Bus™ and Keypad Bus Devices
Connections for LX-Bus/AX-Bus and Keypads are provided through the PROG, LX500, LX600, LX700, LX800, and LX900
4-pin headers and the keypad bus. Several factors determine the DMP LX-Bus/AX-Bus and keypad bus performance
characteristics: the wire length and gauge used, the number of devices connected, and the voltage at each device.
When planning an LX-Bus/AX-Bus and keypad bus installation, keep in mind the following information:
1. DMP recommends using 18 or 22-gauge unshielded wire for all LX-Bus/AX-Bus and keypad circuits. Do not use
twisted pair or shielded wire for LX-Bus/AX-Bus and keypad bus data circuits.
2. On keypad bus circuits, to maintain auxiliary power integrity when using 22-gauge wire do not exceed 500
feet. When using 18-gauge wire do not exceed 1,000 feet. To increase the wire length or to add devices, install
an additional power supply that is listed for Fire Protective Signaling, power limited, and regulated (12 Vdc
nominal) with battery backup.
Note: Each panel allows a specific number of supervised keypads. Add additional keypads in the unsupervised
mode. Refer to the Keypad Bus section for the specific number of supervised keypads allowed.
3. Maximum distance for any one bus circuit (length of wire) is 2,500 feet regardless of the wire gauge. This
distance can be in the form of one long wire run or multiple branches with all wiring totaling no more than
2,500 feet. As wire distance from the panel increases, DC voltage on the wire decreases. Maximum number of
LX-Bus/AX-Bus devices on the first 2,500 foot circuit is 40 devices.
4. Maximum voltage drop between the panel (or auxiliary power supply) and any device is 2.0 Vdc. If the voltage
at any device is less than the required level, add an auxiliary power supply at the end of the circuit. When
voltage is too low, the devices cannot operate properly.
For additional information refer to the LX-Bus/AX-Bus/Keypad Bus Wiring Application Note (LT-2031).
4.4
Wireless Keypad Association
Enable Wireless Keypad Association operation on the keypad and panel.
To enable wireless keypad association operation on a LCD Wireless keypad (Models 9060 and 9063), press and hold
the Back Arrow key and CMD until SET BRIGHTNESS displays. Enter the code 3577 (INST) and press CMD. Press KPD RF to
start the RF survey communication. The keypad displays its wireless serial number and RF SURVEY.
To enable association operation on a Wireless Graphics Touchscreen keypad (Model 9862), access the Options menu
through the carousel menu. While in the Options display, press the Installer Options icon. Enter the code 3577 (INST)
and press CMD. Press KPD RF to start the RF survey communication. The keypad displays its wireless serial number and RF
SURVEY.
The keypad Power/Armed LED turns Red, indicating communication has not yet been established with the panel
receiver. When successful communication has been established, the Power/Armed LED turns Blue on Graphics
keypads or Green on LCD keypads.
To enable wireless keypad association operation on the XR150/XR550 panel reset the panel three times allowing the
keypad bus transmit light to begin flashing between each reset.
For 60 seconds the panel listens for wireless keypads that are in RF Survey mode and have not been programmed or
associated into another panel. When the keypad associates with the panel the keypad logo LED turns from Red to
Green.
Wireless keypads are assigned to the first open device position in Device Setup automatically based upon the order in
which they are detected.
Transmit/Receive LEDs
Figure 5: XR550 Series Panel Showing Reset and Transmit/Receive LEDs
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Primary Power Supply
5.1
AC Terminals 1 and 2
Connect the transformer wires to terminals 1 and 2 on the panel. Use no more than 70 ft. of 16 gauge or 40 ft. of 18
gauge wire between the transformer and the panel.
Always ground the panel before applying power to any devices: The XR150/XR550 Series must be
properly grounded before connecting any devices or applying power to the panel. Proper grounding
protects against Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) that can damage system components. See the Earth ground
section.
5.2
Transformer Types
Use Model 327 (16.5 Vac 50 VA) plug-in or Model 322/323 (16 Vac 56 VA), or 324/324P (16 Vac 100 VA) wire-in
transformer. Use Model 322/323 or 324/324P wire-in transformers when required by the Authority Having
Jurisdiction (AHJ).
The transformer must be connected to an unswitched 120 Vac 60 Hz electrical outlet with at least .87A of
available current. Never share the transformer output with any other equipment.
5.3
50VA-75VA 3-Pin Header for Transformer Types
Place the jumper on the left two pins labeled 50VA for a Maximum 2 Amp (Bell+Aux+Smoke+XBUS+LX500-LX900)
when using the Model 322/323 56VA, or 327 50VA plug-in transformer (default).
Place the jumper on the right two pins labeled 75VA for a Maximum 3 Amp (Bell+Aux+Smoke+XBUS+LX500-LX900)
when using the Model 324/324P 100 VA wire-in transformer.
Secondary Power Supply
6.1
Battery Terminals 3 and 4
Battery
Start
XR550
Connect the black battery lead to the negative
Panel
battery terminal. The negative terminal connects to
AC AC +B –B BELL GND
the enclosure ground internally through the XR150/
Battery
XR550 Series circuit board. Connect the red battery
1
2
3
4
5
6
To AC
318 Battery
lead to the battery positive terminal. Observe
Harness
Red
Panel Red and
polarity when connecting the battery.
Black Battery Cables
PTC
Black
318 Battery
You can add a second battery in parallel using the
14 AWG to
Red
Harness
Earth Ground
PTC
DMP Model 318 Dual Battery Harness.
To Bell
Black
Circuit
DMP requires each battery be separated by a PTC
in the battery harness wiring to protect each
Battery
battery from a reversal or short within the circuit.
Battery
See Figure 6.
Use sealed lead-acid batteries only: Use
Figure 6: Wiring Multiple Batteries
the DMP Model 364 (12 Vdc 1.3Ah), Model
365 (12 Vdc 9 Ah), Model 366 (12 Vdc 18 Ah), Model 368 (12 Vdc 5.0 Ah), or Model 369 (12 Vdc 7 Ah) sealed
lead‑acid rechargeable battery. Batteries supplied by DMP have been tested to ensure proper charging
with DMP products.
GEL CELL BATTERIES CANNOT BE USED WITH THE XR150/XR550 SERIES PANEL.
6.2
Earth Ground (GND)
To provide proper transient suppression, XR150/XR550 Series panel terminal 4 must be connected to earth ground
using 14 gauge or larger wire. DMP recommends connecting to a cold water pipe, ground rod, or building ground
only. Do not connect to an electrical ground, conduit, sprinkler pipes, gas pipes, or a telephone company ground.
6.3
Battery Only Restart
When powering up the XR150/XR550 Series panel without AC power, briefly short across the battery start pads to pull
in the battery cutoff relay. The leads need a momentary short only. Once the relay has pulled in, the battery voltage
holds it in that condition. If the XR150/XR550 Series panel is powered up with an AC transformer, the battery cutoff
relay is pulled in automatically. For more information refer to Figure 1.
6.4
Battery Replacement Period
DMP recommends replacing the battery every 3 to 5 years under normal use.
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6.5
Discharge/Recharge
The XR150/XR550 Series battery charging circuit float charges at 13.8 Vdc at a maximum current of 1.0 Amps using a
50 VA or 56 VA transformer. Listed below are the various battery voltage level conditions:
Battery Trouble:
Below11.9 Vdc
Battery Cutoff:
Below10.2 Vdc
Battery Restored:
Above12.6 Vdc
6.6
Battery Supervision
The XR150/XR550 Series tests the battery when AC power is present. The test is done every three minutes and lasts
for five seconds. During the test, the panel places a load on the battery; if the battery voltage falls below 11.9 Vdc
a low battery is detected. If AC power is not present, a low battery is detected any time the battery voltage falls
below 11.9 Vdc.
If a low battery is detected with AC power present, the test repeats every two minutes until the battery charges
above 12.6 Vdc indicating the battery has restored voltage. If a weak battery is replaced with a fully charged
battery, the restored battery will not be detected until the next two minute test is completed.
6.7
Battery Cutoff
The panel disconnects the battery any time the battery voltage drops below 10.2 Vdc. This prevents battery deep
discharge damage.
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6.8
Power Requirements
During AC power failure, the XR150/XR550 Series panel and all connected auxiliary devices draw their power
from the battery. All devices must be taken into consideration when calculating the battery standby capacity. The
following table lists the XR150/XR550 Series panel power requirements. You must add the additional current draw of
keypads, zone expansion modules, smoke detector output, and any other auxiliary devices used in the system for the
total current required. The total is then multiplied by the number of standby hours required to calculate the total
ampere-hours required.
Standby Battery Power Calculations
Standby Current
XR150/XR550 Series Control Panel
Relay Outputs 1-2 (ON)
Switch Grounds 3-6 (ON)
Active Zones 1-8
Active Zones 9-10
2-Wire Smoke Detectors
Panel Bell Output
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
x
893A Dual Phone Line Module
Qty _______
x
12mA ______
Qty _______
x
50mA ______
263C CDMA Cellular Communicator Card
Qty _______
263H HSPA+ Cellular Communicator
Qty _______
x
13mA ______
Qty _______
x
13mA ______
x
24mA ______
Qty _______
x
28mA ______
277 Buzzer Module
Qty _______
x
5mA ______
Qty _______
x
5mA ______
1100X Wireless Receiver
Qty _______
x
46mA ______
Qty _______
x
46mA ______
1100XH Wireless High Power Receiver
Qty _______
x 160mA ______
Qty _______
x
160mA ______
860 Relay Output Module (one relay active)
All four relays active
Qty _______
x
34mA ______
138mA ______
Qty _______
x
34mA ______
138mA ______
865 Style Y or Z Notification Module
Qty _______
x
26mA ______
Qty _______
x
85mA ______
866 Style W Notification Module
Qty _______
x
45mA ______
Qty _______
x
76mA ______
867 LX-Bus Style W Notification Module
Qty _______
x
30mA ______
Qty _______
x
86mA ______
869 Dual Style D Initiating Module
Qty _______
x
25mA ______
Qty _______
x
75mA ______
630F Remote Fire Command Center
Qty _______
x
63mA ______
Qty _______
x
92mA ______
7060/7160 Thinline/7060A Aqualite Keypad
Qty _______
x
72mA ______
Qty _______
x
80mA ______
7063/7163 Thinline/7063A Aqualite Keypad
Qty _______
x
85mA ______
Qty _______
x
100mA ______
7070/7170 Thinline/7070A Aqualite Keypad
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Qty _______
x
72mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
87mA ______
2mA* ______
7073/7173 Thinline/7073A Aqualite Keypad
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Qty _______
x
85mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x 100mA* ______
x
2mA ______
7760 Clear Touch Keypad
Qty _______
x
65mA ______
Qty _______
x
115mA ______
7872 Graphic Touchscreen Keypad
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Qty _______
x 130mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
188mA ______
2mA* ______
7873 Graphic Touchscreen Keypad
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Qty _______
x 130mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
188mA ______
2mA* ______
734 Wiegand Interface Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Annunciator (ON)
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
Qty _______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
x
15mA ______
2mA* ______
20mA ______
734N Wiegand Interface Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Annunciator (ON)
Wiegand Reader
Qty _______
Qty _______
x 146mA ______
x 1.6mA ______
Qty _______
x 200mA ______
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
_______
_______
_______
_______
x
x
x
x
148mA
2mA*
20mA
200mA
______
______
______
______
734N-WiFi Wiegand Interface Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Annunciator (ON)
Wiegand Reader
Qty _______
Qty _______
x 146mA ______
x 1.6mA ______
Qty _______
x 200mA ______
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
_______
_______
_______
_______
x
x
x
x
148mA
2mA*
20mA
200mA
______
______
______
______
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30mA
5mA
1.6mA
4mA
0.1mA
174 mA
______
______
______
______
______
Alarm Current
1
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
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*Based on 10% of active zones in alarm.
1
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
15mA ______
1.6mA ______
Sub-Total Standby ______mA
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
217mA
30mA
5mA
2mA*
30mA
0.1mA
1500mA
217 mA
______
______
______
______
______
______mA
Sub-Total Alarm ______mA
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Standby Battery Power Calculations
Standby Current
Alarm Current
736P POPIT Interface Module
Radionics Popex, POPITs, OctoPOPITs
Qty _______
Qty _______
x 25mA ______
x ___mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
25mA ______
___mA ______
738A Ademco Wireless Interface Module
Qty _______
x
75mA ______
Qty _______
x
75mA ______
738Z Z-Wave Interface Module
Qty _______
x
35mA ______
Qty _______
x
35mA ______
763 Wi-Fi Module
Qty _______
x
31mA ______
Qty _______
x
31mA ______
710 Bus Splitter/Repeater Module
Qty _______
x
32mA ______
Qty _______
x
32mA ______
711 Zone Expansion Module
Active Zone (EOL Installed)
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
11mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
11mA ______
2mA* ______
714 Zone Expansion Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
7mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
7mA ______
2mA* ______
712-8 Zone Expansion Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
17mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
17mA ______
2mA* ______
714-8, 714-16 Zone Expansion Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
20mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
20mA ______
2mA* ______
715 Zone Expansion Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
2-Wire Smokes
Qty _______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
x
7mA ______
4mA ______
.1mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
x
7mA ______
30mA* ______
.1mA ______
715-8, 715-16 Zone Expansion Modules
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
2-Wire Smokes
Qty _______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
x
20mA ______
4mA ______
.1mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
x
20mA ______
30mA* ______
.1mA ______
716 Output Expansion Module
Active Form C Relays
Qty _______
x
13mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
13mA ______
12mA ______
717 Graphic Annunciator Module
Annunciator Outputs
Qty _______
x
10mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
10mA ______
1mA ______
2W-BLX, 2WT-BLX Smoke Detectors
Qty _______
x
11mA ______
Qty _______
x
31mA* ______
COSMOD2W Module
Qty _______
x
45mA ______
Qty _______
x 174mA*# ______
Qty _______
x
1mA ______
Qty _______
x
50mA*# ______
Qty _______
x
20mA ______
Qty _______
x
20mA ______
COSMO-2W Smoke and CO Detectors
572 Indicator LED
Aux. Powered Devices on Terminals 7 and 11
Other than Keypads and LX-Bus Modules
Sub-Totals this page
Sub-Totals from previous page
*Based on 10% of active zones in alarm
______mA
______mA
Sub-Total Standby ______mA
Sub-Total Standby ______mA
Total Standby ______mA
Sub-Total Alarm ______mA
Sub-Total Alarm ______mA
Total Alarm ______mA
# For systems that are not central station monitored, multiply alarm current by 12.
Total Standby ______mA x number of Standby Hours needed ______ =
_______mA-hours
Total Alarm ______mA +_______mA-hours
Total _______mA-hours
X .001
= _______Amp-hrs
Required
Refer to section 6.9 for standby battery selection.
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6.9
Standby Battery Selection
To choose the type and number of batteries needed for 24, 60, or 72 hours of standby power based on the Amp Hours
Required calculation from section 6.8 XR150/XR550 Series Power Requirements, perform the following:
1. Select the desired standby hours required from the table below: 24, 60, or 72 hours
2. Select the desired battery size: Model 368 (12 Vdc 5.0 Ah), Model 369 (12 Vdc 7 Ah), Model 365 (12 Vdc 9 Ah),
Model 366 (12 Vdc 18 Ah), or Model 364 (12 Vdc 1.3 Ah) when used in the Model 341 enclosure.
3. Select a Max. Ah Available number that is just greater than the number calculated in Amp Hours Required.
4. Install the number of batteries shown in the corresponding No. of Batteries required column.
Example: If the Amp Hours Required calculation equals 22 Ah for 24 hours of standby time and 5.0 Ah batteries
are desired, install six (6) Model 368 (12 Vdc, 5.0 Ah) batteries.
Note: You can use either a Model 327 Plug-in 50 VA or Model 322/323 Wire-in 56 VA with up to 36 Ah of batteries. The
Model 324/324P Wire-in 100 VA Transformer may be used with any of the battery choices listed below.
For listed installations, batteries can be installed in a DMP Model 349, 350 or 352S enclosure and all wiring shall run
through conduit. The enclosure shall be installed to the left of the XR150/XR550 Series enclosure to ensure Battery
and AC wire separation.
24 hours of standby power
5.0 Ah Batteries
7 Ah Batteries
7.7 Ah Batteries
9 Ah Batteries
18 Ah Batteries
Max. Ah No. of
Max. Ah No. of
Max. Ah No. of
Max. Ah No. of
Max. Ah No. of
Available Batteries
Available Batteries
Available Batteries
Available Batteries
Available Batteries
8
2
6
1
6
1
8
1
16
1
12
3
12
2
13
2
16
2
32
2
16
4
18
3
20
3
24
3
48
3
20
5
24
4
27
4
32
4
24
6
31
5
34
5
40
5
28
7
37
6
41
6
32
8
43
7
36
9
Note: 48 hours is the typical battery recharge time for any of the Number of Batteries
shown in this section.
40
10
60 hours of standby power
7 Ah Batteries
7.7 Ah Batteries
Max. Ah No. of
Max. Ah No. of
Available Batteries
Available Batteries
13
2
14
2
20
3
22
3
27
4
29
4
33
5
37
5
40
6
44
6
47
7
52
7
54
8
59
8
60
9
67
9
67
10
9 Ah Batteries
Max. Ah No. of
Available Batteries
17
2
26
3
34
4
43
5
52
6
61
7
69
8
18 Ah Batteries
Max. Ah No. of
Available Batteries
17
1
34
2
52
3
69
4
Note: 48 hours is the typical battery
recharge time for any of the Number of
Batteries shown in this section.
72 hours of standby power
9 Ah Batteries
18 Ah Batteries
Max. Ah No. of
Max. Ah No. of
Available Batteries
Available Batteries
16
2
16
1
25
3
33
2
33
4
50
3
42
5
67
4
50
6
59
7
Note: 72 hours is the typical battery recharge time required for any of the Number of
Batteries shown in this section.
67
8
Note: If the Amp Hours Required calculation is greater than any Max. Ah Available number shown on a table, then
add power supply(s) to power some system devices allowing the Amp Hours Required calculation to be reduced. See
the 710 Bus Splitter/Repeater Installation Guide (LT-0310).
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Bell Output
7.1
Terminals 5 and 6
Terminal 5 supplies positive 12 Vdc to power alarm bells or horns. This output can be steady, pulsed, or temporal
depending upon the Bell Action specified in Bell Options. Terminal 6 is the ground reference for the bell circuit. This
supervised output detects 1k Ohms or less as normal. The indicating appliance can supply this resistance. If using a
horn or siren, a 1k Ohm 1/2 W EOL resistor (provided) should be added across the bell circuit to provide supervision.
See the Notification Appliance section for a list of approved notification appliances and the Wiring Diagrams for
connections.
Keypad Bus
8.1Description
XR150/XR550 Series panel terminals 7, 8, 9, and 10 are for the keypad bus. You can connect up to 16 supervised
keypads to the XR550 Series and 8 supervised keypads to the XR150 Series as well as multiple unsupervised keypads.
In addition to DMP LCD keypads, you can also connect any combination of zone expansion modules to the data bus up
to a total of 16 devices.
Note: Do not use shielded wire for LX-Bus/Keypad Bus circuits.
8.2
Terminal 7 - RED
This terminal supplies positive 12 Vdc Regulated to power DMP LCD keypads and zone expansion modules. Terminal 7
also supplies power for any auxiliary device. The ground reference for terminal 7 is terminal 10.
The output current is shared with the smoke power output on terminal 11 and Zones 9 and 10. Current draw for all
connected devices must not exceed the panel maximum current rating. See Power Supply in the Compliance section
for maximum current in a fire listed application.
8.3
Terminal 8 - YELLOW
Terminal 8 receives data from keypads and zone expansion modules. It cannot be used for any other purpose.
8.4
Terminal 9 - GREEN
Terminal 9 transmits data to keypads and zone expansion modules. It cannot be used for any other purpose.
8.5
Terminal 10 - BLACK
Terminal 10 is the ground reference for DMP LCD keypads, zone expansion modules, and all auxiliary devices being
powered by terminal 7.
8.6
Programming (PROG) Connection
A 4-pin header PROG is provided to connect a keypad when using a DMP Model 330 Programming Cable. This provides
a quick and easy connection for panel programming.
You may also use the PROG Header to connect Keypad Bus devices. This is an alternative to connecting keypad bus
devices to terminals 7, 8, 9, and 10.
Note: The programming keypad must be set to address 1.
8.7
Keypad Bus LEDs
The two LEDs, located above the PROG connector, indicate data transmission and receipt. The left LED flashes green
to indicate the panel is transmitting keypad bus data. The right LED flashes yellow to indicate the panel is receiving
keypad bus data. See Figure 5.
8.8
OVC LED(s)
The Overcurrent LED (OVC) lights Red when the devices connected to the Keypad Bus and LX-Bus(es) draw more
current than the panel is rated for. The LED(s) turn a steady Red when lit. When the OVC LED(s) light Red, the
appropriate LX-Bus(es) and Keypad bus are shut down.
• The OVC LED located to the left of the 893A connector indicates overcurrent for the Keypad Bus (Terminals 7-10
and PROG header), XBUS, and LX500-LX700.
• The OVC LED to the right of the CELL MODULE connector indicates overcurrent for LX800-LX900.
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Smoke and Glassbreak Detector Output
9.1
Terminals 11 and 12
Terminal 11 supplies positive 12 Vdc Regulated to power 4-wire smoke detectors and other powered devices. This output
can be turned off by the user for 5 seconds using the Sensor Reset User Menu option to allow latched devices to reset.
Terminal 12 is the ground reference for terminal 11.
9.2
Current Rating
The Output current from terminal 11 is shared with terminals 7, 25, 27, and LX500-LX900.
The total current draw of all devices powered from the panel must be included with terminal 11 calculations
and must not exceed the maximum output rating.
Protection Zones
10.1 Terminals 13–24
Zones 1 to 8 (terminals 13 to 24) on the XR150/XR550 Series panel are all grounded burglary zones. For programming
purposes, the zone numbers are 1 through 8. Listed below are terminal 13 to 24 connection functions.
Terminal
13
14
15
16
17
18
Function
Terminal
Zone 1 voltage sensing
Ground for Zones 1 and 2
Zone 2 voltage sensing
Zone 3 voltage sensing
Ground for Zones 3 and 4
Zone 4 voltage sensing
19
20
21
22
23
24
Function
Zone 5 voltage sensing
Ground for Zones 5 and 6
Zone 6 voltage sensing
Zone 7 voltage sensing
Ground for Zones 7 and 8
Zone 8 voltage sensing
The voltage sensing terminal measures the voltage across a 1k Ohm End-of-Line resistor to ground. Use DMP Model 311 1k
Ohm resistors. Dry contact sensing devices can be used in series (normally-closed) or in parallel (normally-open) with any
of the burglary protection zones.
1K Ohm
Normally
Closed
10.2 Operational Parameters
1K Ohm
Normally Open
1K Ohm
Combination Normally Open
and Normally Closed
Figure 7: Protection Zone Wiring
Each protection zone detects three conditions: Open, Normal, and Short. Listed below are voltage and resistance
parameters for each condition:
Condition
Open
Normal
Short
Resistance on zone
over 1300 ohms
600 to 1300 ohms
under 600 ohms
Voltage on positive terminal
over 2.0 Vdc
1.2 to 2.0 Vdc
under 1.2 Vdc
10.3 Zone Response Time
A condition must be present on a zone for 500 milliseconds before it is detected by the XR150/XR550 Series panel. Ensure
detection devices used on the protec­tion zones are rated for use with this delay. Zones 1-10 can also be programmed for a
fast response delay of 160 milliseconds.
10.4 Keyswitch Arming Zone
Using a keyswitch on an Arming type zone allows you to arm and disarm selected areas without having to enter a user code.
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Powered Zones for 2-Wire Smoke Detectors
11.1 Terminals 25–26 and 27–28
Panel terminals 25 through 28 provide two resettable Class B, Style A, 2-wire powered zones. For programming
purposes the zone numbers are 9 and 10.
Note: The maximum wire length for either zone 9 or zone 10 is 3000 feet using 18 AWG or 1000 feet using 22 AWG.
The maximum voltage is 13.8 Vdc and the maximum normal standby current is 1.25mA DC. The maximum line
impedance is 100 Ohms. The maximum short circuit current is 56mA. When using zone expansion modules, use Model
309 EOL resistors. The compatibility identifier for the zones is A.
Note: Do not mix detectors from different manufacturers on the same zone.
Caution: P
erforming a Sensor Reset momentarily drops power to the devices on Zones 9 and 10. The panel
views these zones (9 and 10) as “Open” while the power is absent.
Note: Refer to the Compliance Listing Guide LT-1330 for list of Compliance 2-wire smoke detectors.
12.1 Description
Dry Contact Relay Outputs
The XR150/XR550 Series panel provides two programmable auxiliary SPDT relays when equipped with two DMP Model
305 relays in sockets OUTPUT 1 and OUTPUT 2 and a Model 431 Output Harness on the
OUT1-OUT2 6-pin Header. Each relay provides one SPDT set of contacts that can be operated by any of the functions
listed below:
1. Activation by zone condition: Steady, Pulsing, Momentary, and Follow
2. Activation by 24-hour 7-day schedule: One on and one off time a day for each relay
3. Manual activation from the DMP LCD keypad menu
4. Communication failure
12. Ready
5. Armed area annunciation
13. Armed
6. Fire Alarm, Fire Trouble or Supervisory14. Disarmed
7. Ambush Alarm
15. Burglary
8. Exit and Entry timers
16. Phone Trouble
9. System Ready
17. Device Fail
10. Late to Close
18. Sensor Reset
11. Panic Alarm
19. Closing Wait
Refer to the XR150/XR550 Series Programming Guide (LT-1232) for specific information.
12.2 Contact Rating
The Model 305 relay contacts are rated for 1 Amp at 30 Vdc (allows .35 power factor). Connect auxiliary power
to the Relay Output 1 common terminal by installing the gray harness wire to terminal 7. Current draw for all
connected devices must not exceed the panel maximum current rating.
12.3 Model 431 Output Harness Wiring
The relay contacts are accessible by installing the DMP 431 Output Harness on the 6-pin OUT1-OUT2 header.
OUTPUT 2 uses the top three prongs, and OUTPUT 1 uses the bottom three prongs. The wire harness and contact
locations are shown below:
Contact
Color
Output 1 normally closed
Violet
Output 1 common
Gray
Output 1 normally open
Orange
Output 2 normally closed
Violet with white stripe
Output 2 common
White with gray stripe
Output 2 normally open
Orange with white stripe
The relay contacts must be connected to devices located within the same room as the XR150/XR550 Series panel.
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Annunciator Outputs
13.1Description
The four programmable annunciator outputs can be programmed to indicate the activity of the panel zones or
conditions occurring on the system. Annunciator outputs do not provide a voltage but instead switch-to-ground a
voltage from another source. The outputs can respond to any of the conditions listed in the Description section for
Dry Contact Relays. Maximum voltage is 30 Vdc @ 50mA.
13.2 Model 300 Harness Wiring
Access the open collector outputs by installing DMP 300 Harness on the 4-pin OUTPUTS header. The output locations
are shown below. For listed applications, devices connected to the outputs must be located within the same room as
the panel.
Output
3
4
Color
Red
Yellow
Wire
1
2
Output
5
6
Color
Green
Black
Wire
3
4
13.3 Model 860 Relay Module
Connect a Model 860 Relay Module to the OUTPUTS header on the XR150/XR550 Series panel to provide relays for
outputs 3-6.
Use these relays for electrical isolation between the alarm panel and other systems or for switching voltage to
control various functions. Power is supplied to the relay coils from a single wire connected to the panel auxiliary
power terminal 7. The module includes one relay and provides three additional sockets for expansion of up to four
relays. Mount the 860 inside the panel enclosure using the 3-hole pattern and plastic standoffs. Refer to the 860
Module Install Sheet (LT-0484) as needed.
Relay Contact Rating: 1 Amp at 30 Vdc (allows .35 power factor)
14.1Description
Wireless Bus Expansion
The XBUS Wireless Bus header provides connection for the 1100X or 1100XH Wireless Receiver. The XBUS provides up
to 500 wireless zones numbered 500-999. Refer to the 1100X Wireless Receiver Install Guide (LT-0708) or the 1100XH
Wireless Receiver Install Guide (LT-0970) for complete information.
• XR550 provides up to 500 zones
• XR150 provides up to 100 zones
14.2 Wireless Bus LEDs
The two LEDs, located above the XBus header, indicate data transmission and receipt. The left LED flashes green to
indicate the panel is transmitting data. The right LED flashes yellow to indicate the panel is receiving data.
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LX-BusTM/AX-BusTM Expansion
15.1 LX-Bus/AX-Bus Headers
XR Series control panels are capable of providing zone, output, and access control expansion by connecting hardware
modules to the AX/LX-Bus headers on the control panel. XR150 panels are manufactured with one LX-Bus header
labeled LX500. AX-Bus operation does not apply to XR150 panels. XR550 panels are manufactured with five AX/LX-Bus
headers labeled LX500-LX900. Application determines if a header works in AX-Bus or LX-Bus operation.
LX-Bus (XR150/XR550)
LX-Bus operation is compatible with hardwired zone and output
expanders. Each LX-Bus represents 100 addresses. An LX-Bus address
provides one zone and one output of expansion.
• LX500, provides zones/outputs 500-599 (XR150, XR550).
• LX600, provides zones/outputs 600-699 (XR550 only).
• LX700, provides zones/outputs 700-799 (XR550 only).
• LX800, provides zones/outputs 800-899 (XR550 only).
• LX900, provides zones/outputs 900-999 (XR550 only).
AX-Bus (XR550 V111 or higher):
AX-Bus operation is compatible only with XR550 control panels and
Figure 9: LX-Bus Headers and LEDs
DMP Model 734 Wiegand Interface door access modules. The 734
provides one Form-C relay output and four expansion zones. AX-Bus operation is not compatible with addressable
zone and output expanders. Each AX-Bus represents predetermined addresses for 734 operation: 16 addresses for 734
door relay outputs, and 64 addresses for 734 expansion zones.
AX-Bus Available Addresses and 734 Zone Numbers
734
Address
AX500
AX600
AX700
AX800
AX900
Door
Zones
Door
Zones
Door
Zones
Door
Zones
Door
Zones
1
501
501-504
601
601-604
701
701-704
801
801-804
901
901-904
2
505
505-508
605
605-608
705
705-708
805
805-808
905
905-908
3
509
509-512
609
609-612
709
709-712
809
809-812
909
909-512
4
513
513-516
613
613-616
713
713-716
813
813-816
913
913-916
5
517
517-520
617
617-620
717
717-720
817
817-820
917
917-920
6
521
521-524
621
621-624
721
721-724
821
821-824
921
921-924
7
525
525-528
625
625-628
725
725-728
825
825-828
925
925-928
8
529
529-532
629
629-632
729
729-732
829
829-832
929
929-932
9
533
533-536
633
633-636
733
733-736
833
833-836
933
933-936
10
537
537-540
637
637-640
737
737-740
837
837-840
937
937-940
11
541
541-544
641
641-644
741
741-744
841
841-844
941
941-944
12
545
545-548
645
645-648
745
745-748
845
845-848
945
945-948
13
549
549-552
649
649-652
749
749-752
849
849-852
949
949-952
14
553
553-556
653
653-656
753
753-756
853
853-856
953
953-956
15
557
557-560
657
657-660
757
757-760
857
857-860
957
957-960
16
561
561-564
661
661-664
761
761-764
861
861-864
961
961-964
15.2 Device Addressing
Addressable expanders and door controllers identify themselves to the control panel by their programmed address,
which allows the panel to uniquely identify devices. An addressable device’s address determines which numbers
the zones, outputs and door controllers will be assigned in programming. Refer to the device’s installation guide for
addressing information.
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15.3 LX-Bus/AX-Bus LEDs
The two LEDs, located above each LX-Bus/AX-Bus header, indicate data transmission and receipt. The left LED
flashes green to indicate the panel is transmitting LX-Bus/AX-Bus data. The right LED flashes yellow to indicate the
panel is receiving LX-Bus/AX-Bus data.
15.4 OVC LEDs
The Overcurrent LED (OVC) lights Red when the devices connected to the Keypad Bus and LX-Bus(es) draw more
current than the panel is rated for. The LED(s) turn a steady Red when lit. When the OVC LED(s) light Red, the
appropriate LX-Bus(es) and Keypad bus are shut down.
• The OVC LED located to the left of the 893A connector indicates overcurrent for the Keypad Bus (Terminals 7-10
and PROG header), XBUS, and LX500-LX700.
• The OVC LED to the right of the CELL MODULE connector indicates overcurrent for LX800-LX900.
ETHERNET Connector (Panels with Network/Encryption only)
16.1Description
The ETHERNET Connector is available on the XR150/XR550 with network or encryption to connect directly to an
Ethernet network using a standard patch cable. The ETHERNET Connector supports 100MB/s full duplex operation
and the maximum impedance is 100 Ohms.
16.2 Ethernet LEDs
16.3 Network Transient Suppression
The Model 270 Transient Suppression Module provides surge suppression from
the Ethernet network for the protection of DMP Panels. Refer to the Model 270
Installation Sheet (LT-1316) for complete information.
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ETHERNET
The two LEDs, located on the top edge of the ETHERNET Connector, indicate
network connection. The right, Link LED lights up green to indicate a valid
receive connection from the host network. The yellow LED lights when
connected to a 100Mb network and is off when connected to a 10Mb network.
Link LED
J1
Figure 10: ETHERNET and LEDs
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PHONE LINE RJ Connector
17.1Description
Connect the panel to the public telephone network by installing a DMP 356 RJ Cable between the panel PHONE LINE
connector and the RJ31X or RJ38X phone block. The maximum impedance is 100 Ohms. CAUTION - To reduce the risk
of fire, use only No. 26 AWG or larger telecommunication line cord, such as DMP Model 356 Series Phone Cords.
17.2 893A or 277 Connector
Connect an 893A Dual Phone Line Module or Model 277 Trouble Sounder to the 893A OR 277 connector on the panel.
Refer to the 893A Installation Sheet (LT‑0135) or 277 Installation Sheet (LT-1304) for complete information.
17.3 Notification
The user must not repair registered terminal equipment. In case of trouble, immediately unplug the device from the
telephone jack. The factory warranty provides for repairs. Registered terminal equipment may not be used on party
lines or in connection with coin telephones. No­tify the telephone company with the following information:
a. The particular line(s) where the service is connected
b. The FCC registration number as listed in Section 17.5
c. The ringer equivalence
d. The device make, model, and serial number
17.4 Phone Line Monitor
The XR150/XR550 Series panel has a built-in telephone monitor that monitors the phone line voltage to verify the
connection to the central office. Figure 11 and the table below identify the phone block pin layout, wire numbers,
and colors.
Wire Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Wire Color
Gray
Orange
Black
Red
Green
Yellow
Blue
Brown
To Telephone
Line
Ring
Tip
5
4
6
3
7
2
1
8
Ring 1
To Premise
Phone
RJ31X or RJ38X
Phone Block
Tip 1
Figure 11: Phone Jack Wiring
The wires on the RJ31 that feed pins 4 and 5 should be the ONLY wires on the D-marc. All other house phone wiring
should be tied to pins 1 and 8 coming back from the RJ31.
Dial tone must come into RJ31X on pins 4 and 5 and go back to house phones from pins 1 and 8. Follow these steps
to determine if panel is seizing the line:
1. Unplug phone cord from RJ31X
2. Place butt-set on pins 4 and 5
3. Listen for dial tone. With dial tone present, lift either wire from pins 1 or 8
4. Listen for dial tone again. If the dial tone is present, RJ31X wiring is correct. If no dial tone is present, the
RJ31X wiring is backwards. Rewire so dial tone is coming IN on 4 and 5.
If you still have trouble with the phone line, you may need to replace the RJ cord. If the dial tone is still not
present, swap out the RJ31X phone block.
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17.5 FCC Registration
The Model XR150/XR550 Series complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by the ACTA. On
the outside of the enclosure of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, a product identifier
in the format US:CCKAL00BXR550. If requested this number must be provided to the telephone company.
A plug and jack used to connect this equipment to the premises wiring and telephone network must comply with the
applicable FCC Part 68 rules and requirements adopted by the ACTA. See installation instructions for details.
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) is used to determine the number of devices that may be connected to a
telephone line. Excessive RENs on a telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an incoming
call. In most but not all areas, the sum of RENs should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices
that may be connected to a line, as determined by the total RENs, contact the local telephone company.
If the XR150/XR550 Series causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will notify you in advance
that temporary discontinuance of service may be required. But if advance notice isn’t practical, the telephone
company will notify the customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right to file a complaint with
the FCC if you believe it is necessary.
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations or procedures that could affect
the operation of the equipment. If this happens the telephone company will provide advance notice in order for you
to make necessary modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
If trouble is experienced with the Model XR150/XR550 Series, for repair or warranty information, please contact
DMP at the address and telephone number listed on the back of this document. If the equipment is causing harm to
the telephone network, the telephone company may request that you disconnect the equipment until the problem
is resolved. If your premises have specially wired alarm equipment connected to the telephone line, ensure the
installation of the panel does not disable your alarm equipment. If you have questions about what will disable alarm
equipment, consult your telephone company or a qualified installer.
Caution: To ensure proper operation, this equipment must be installed according to the installation instructions in
this manual. To verify that the equipment is operating properly and can successfully report an alarm, this equipment
must be tested immediately after installation, and periodically thereafter, according to the test instructions in
this document and the XR150/XR550 Series Programming Guide (LT-1232). Additionally, verification of Line Seize
capability should be made immediately after installation, and periodically thereafter, in order to ensure that this
equipment can initiate a call even when other equipment (telephone, answering system, computer modem, etc.)
connected to the same line is in use.
18.1 RESET Header
RESET and TAMPER Headers
The RESET header is located to the left of the EXP Expansion Header on the
right side of the circuit board and is used to reset the XR150/XR550 Series
microprocessor. To reset the panel when first installing the system, install the
reset jumper before applying power to the panel. After connecting the AC and
battery, remove the reset jumper.
To reset the panel while the system is operational, for example, prior to
reprogramming, install the reset jumper without powering down the system.
Remove the reset jumper after one or two seconds.
After resetting the panel, begin programming within 30 minutes If you wait
longer than 30 minutes, you must reset the panel again.
Momentarily place the Reset
jumper over both of the J16
pins to reset the panel.
18.2 TAMPER Header
The TAMPER header is for use with the optional DMP 306 Tamper Harness. The
harness connects to one or more tamper switches mounted inside the panel
enclosure to supervise against unauthorized enclosure opening or removal.
Refer to the wiring diagram on the enclosure door for correct tamper switch
wiring.
How the Tamper Works
If the enclosure is opened or removed while one or more of the system areas
are armed, a panel tamper alarm is indicated. If all areas are disarmed, a
panel tamper trouble is indicated.
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Figure 12: XR550 Series Panel
Showing the RESET Jumper
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Cellular Modules
19.1 CELL MODULE Header
The CELL MODULE header is located to the right of the EXP Expansion Module on the right side of the circuit board
and is used to connect the DMP Model 263C CDMA or 263H HSPA+ Cellular Communicators. This provides a fully
supervised alarm communication path for the XR150/XR550 panel. Refer to the 263C (LT-1264), or 263H (LT-1270)
Installation Sheet for complete information.
19.2 Module Installation
1. Insert the PCB standoff end with flanges into the standoff hole in the panel PCB.
2. Align the PCB standoff with the standoff hole in the module PCB.
3. Press the module PCB card 12 pin connector onto the CELL MODULE connector on the panel while applying
even pressure to both sides of the board to fully seat the module. See Figure 13.
Note: DO NOT MISALIGN THE CELL MODULE 12 PIN CONNECTOR ONTO THE CELL MODULE HEADER. If needed, the
PCB can be removed from the enclosure to allow placement of the cell module.
19.3 Connecting the Antenna
1. Attach a 381 cable to the SMA connector on the cell module.
2. Position one of the supplied washers onto the other end of the 381 SMA connector and push the threaded end
through an enclosure knockout.
3. Position the second washer onto the threaded end extending through the knockout and secure the nut.
4. Attach the included 383 Antenna to the SMA connector. See Figure 13.
Note: As an alternative, an antenna coax can be connected directly to the cell module SMA connector when the
coax enters the enclosure via conduit.
Antenna
Connector
Nut
SMA
Connector
Washers
Coax Cable from
Cellular Module
XR150/XR550 Panel
SMA
Connector
PCB
Standoff
Celular Module
Model 381-2
Coax Cable from
the 263 module
Figure 13: Cellular Module Installation
Wi-Fi Connection
20.1 763 Module to EXP Header
The 763 Wi-Fi Module allows you to add Wi-Fi alarm signal
communication to XR150/XR550 Series panels. The 763 connects
to the 7- pin EXP header on compatible panels using the included
cable and operates at 12 VDC from the panel power supply.
The 763 Wi-Fi Module is compatible with all DMP XR150 Series
Version 112 or higher firmware with Level F hardware and XR550
Series control panels Version 112 or higher firmware. Refer to
the 763 Wi-Fi Module Installation Guide (LT-1421) for complete
information.
J7
EXP
Link LED
Included 3ft Cable
Figure 14: 763 to XR150/XR550 Series
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20.2 Connecting the 763
NOTE: POWER MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE PANEL PRIOR TO CONNECTING THE 763 TO THE XR150/XR550 Series
EXP HEADER. DAMAGE TO PANEL MAY OCCUR.
1. The included cable connects to the 763 6-pin header. See Figure 14.
2. Connect the opposite end of the cable to the panel EXP header provided on the XR150/XR550 Series panel.
20.3 Status LED
The 763 provides a Green link LED that displays constant to indicate network communication. See Figure 14 for LED
location.
20.4 Mounting the 763
Install the 763 away from metal objects. DO NOT MOUNT THE 763 INSIDE OR ON A CONTROL PANEL METAL
ENCLOSURE.
Mounting the module on or near metal surfaces impairs performance. The enclosure for the module should be
mounted using the supplied screw in the mounting hole. Mount the enclosure in a secure, dry place to protect the
communicator from damage due to tampering or the elements. It is not necessary to remove the PCB when installing
the enclosure.
1. Remove the cover.
2. Connect the included cable to the 763 6-pin header.
3. Hold the transmitter base in its mounting location.
4. Place the supplied screw into the mounting hole location to secure the housing to the surface.
Export Control
800 - 641 - 4282
The XR550 with encryption uses AES encryption and any
export beyond the United States must be in accordance
with Export Administration Regulations.
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NIST AES Algorithm Certificate #2350 128-bit
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ANSI/UL 294 Access Control System Units
ANSI/UL 365Police Sta. Connected Burg Alarm
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ANSI/UL 1023 Household Burglar
ANSI/UL 1076 Proprietary Burglar
ANSI/UL 1610 Central Station Burglar
ANSI/UL 1635 Digital Burglar
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