hexa programming: streamlined section

PG738EX-961212-0004
SOFTWARE VERSION 3.10
CONTROL PANEL RESET:
Installer lock must be unlocked.
(Address 058: enter any value other than 147)
Power down reset
(1) Remove battery and AC to power down the unit.
(2) Connect a jumper between "reset jumper" pins.
(3) Connect AC then the battery.
(4) Wait 10 seconds.
(5) Remove jumper.
Factory default installer and master codes will be reinstated. Values entered at addresses 008-043, 062-126 and 300-527
as well as all user codes, will be erased ([2ND] [2ND]). Programmed values of all other addresses do not change.
HEXA PROGRAMMING:
All digits from 0 to F are valid. Values are programmed into
memory locations from address 000 to 043 and from address
300 to 527.
HEXA DISPLAY
If key is lit = 8
1) Press [ENTER] + installer code.
2) [ENTER] will flash (programming mode).
3) Enter 3 digit memory address.
4) Current value will be displayed on keypad.
5) Enter 2 digit data.
6) Go to step 3 for next address.
To exit programming mode, press [CLEAR].
If key is lit = 8 =
= 4
4
=
=
2
No display = SKIP (empty)
2
=
=
1
1
Value of
2ND digit = 10
( 8 + 2 = 10)
Value of
1ST digit = 3
( 2 + 1 = 3)
VALUE = "3A"
No light = 0
10 = [0] = [A]
STREAMLINED SECTION PROGRAMMING
Can be used to program sections 00 to 67. (addresses 000 to 043 and 300 to 527)
Press [ENTER], installer code, and [7]. ([2ND] and [ENTER] keys alternately flash.)
Enter a 2-digit section number, followed by 8 digits to program that section (confirmation beep). Data will be saved
automatically and the software advances to the next programming section. To exit programming mode press [CLEAR].
INSTALLER CODE: (reset code 737373)
(addresses 000, 001, 002)
SECTION 00
Full access to programming, except access codes. (addresses 127-299) No access to arming/disarming. Can be used to
modify installer code. Use only numeric keys from [1] to [10]. (key [10] = 0)
PANEL ANSWER OPTIONS:
(address 003)
SECTION 00
First digit disables “Answering Machine Override” (key [2ND] or key [1]), or determines period of time between first and
second call (see table below). Second digit determines number of rings required before panel will answer. If [2ND][2ND]
is entered, panel will not answer. (Default value is [2ND] [8].)
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PG738EX
TELEPHONE AND ACCOUNT NUMBERS: (reset empty)
If only one central station phone number is used, program the same number for telephone number 1 and 2.
[10]
[11]
[12]
[BYP]
[MEM]
[TRBL]
= the number "0"
=*
=#
= switch from pulse to tone while dialing
= pause 4 seconds
= end of number
COMPUTER TELEPHONE NUMBER: (View at addresses 008 to 015.)
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02 __ / __ / __ / __ / __ / __ / __ / __
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
03 __ / __ / __ / __ / __ / __ / __ / __
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
CENTRAL STATION TELEPHONE NUMBER 1: (View at addresses 016 to 023.)
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04 __ / __ / __ / __ / __ / __ / __ / __
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
05 __ / __ / __ / __ / __ / __ / __ / __
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
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06 __ / __ / __ / __ / __ / __ / __ / __ 07 __ / __ / __ / __ / __ / __ / __ / __
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
ACCOUNT "A" AND "B": (View at addresses 032 to 035.)
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08 ___ / ___ / ___ / ___
1
2
3
A
4
13
14
15
Press [TRBL] to end
phone number if less
than 16 digits are
programmed.
16
CENTRAL STATION TELEPHONE NUMBER 2: (View at addresses 024 to 031.)
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Press [TRBL] to end
phone number if less
than 16 digits are
programmed.
Press [TRBL] to end
phone number if less
than 16 digits are
programmed.
16
For 3 digit account
numbers, enter "skip"
([2ND]) as first digit.
___ / ___ / ___ / ___
5
6
7
8
B
If only one account number is required, the same number must be entered for both account "A" and "B".
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PG738EX
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Data
Address
Description
[2___/___
ND] [2ND] Future use
[2___/___
ND]
1st digit: value must be entered i.e. [2ND]
09
___/___
___/___
10
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
2nd digit: time correction (See table)
1st digit: telephone 1 format
2nd digit: telephone 2 format
1st digit: PGM 1 type
2nd digit: PGM 2 type
036
037
038
039
TIME CORRECTION:
(address 037 second digit)
[2ND] - No adjustment
[1] - Plus 4 sec.
[2] - Plus 8 sec.
[3] - Plus 12 sec.
[4] - Plus 16 sec.
[5] - Plus 20 sec.
[6] - Plus 24 sec.
[7] - Plus 28 sec.
[8]
- Minus
[9]
- Minus
[10] - Minus
[11] - Minus
[12] - Minus
[BYP] - Minus
[MEM] - Minus
[TRBL] - Minus
4 sec.
8 sec.
12 sec.
16 sec.
20 sec.
24 sec.
28 sec.
32 sec.
040
041
042
043
PGM 1
PGM 2
PGM mask 1
PGM mask 2
COMMUNICATOR FORMATS
Key
[2ND] = ADEMCO slow (1400Hz, 1900Hz, 10bps)
[1] = (1400Hz, 1800Hz, 10bps)
[2] = SILENT KNIGHT fast (1400Hz, 1900Hz, 20bps)
[3] = SESCOA (2300Hz, 1800Hz, 20bps)
[4] = RADIONICS (40bps with 1400Hz handshake)
[5] = RADIONICS (40bps with 2300Hz handshake)
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
[10]
= RADIONICS with PARITY (1400Hz, 40bps)
= RADIONICS with PARITY (2300Hz, 40bps)
= ADEMCO express
= ADEMCO contact ID (programmable codes)
= ADEMCO contact ID (all codes)
[TRBL] = DTMF - no handshake (personal dialing)
PROGRAMMABLE CONTACT ID EVENT CODES
All addresses from 300 to 527 (sections 11 to 67) programmed with values other than [2ND] [2ND] will report the contact
ID codes corresponding to the values programmed. Values to be programmed should be selected from this table.
CID
REPORTING CODE
PROG. VALUE
CID
REPORTING CODE
PROG. VALUE
100:
110:
111:
112:
113
114:
115:
116:
117:
118:
120:
121:
122:
123:
130:
131:
132:
133:
136:
137:
138:
140:
150:
151:
152:
153:
154:
155:
156:
157:
158:
159:
161:
AUXILIARY ALARM
FIRE ALARM
FIRE SMOKE
COMBUSTION
WATER FLOW
HEAT
PULLSTATION
DUCT
FLAME
NEAR ALARM
PANIC ALARM
DURESS
SILENT PANIC
AUDIBLE PANIC
BURGLARY
PERIMETER BURG.
INTERIOR BURG.
24HR BURGLARY
BURGLARY OUTDOOR
BURGLARY TAMPER
BURGLARY NEAR ALARM
GENERAL ALARM
24 HOUR AUX
GAS DETECTED
REFRIGERATION
LOSS OF HEAT
WATER LEAKAGE
FOIL BREAK ALARM
DAY TROUBLE ALARM
LOW GAS LEVEL
HIGH TEMPERATURE
LOW TEMPERATURE
LOSS AIR FLOW
[2ND] / [1]
[2ND] / [2]
[2ND] / [3]
[2ND] / [4]
[2ND] / [5]
[2ND] / [6]
[2ND] / [7]
[2ND] / [8]
[2ND] / [9]
[2ND] / [10]
[2ND] / [11]
[2ND] / [12]
[2ND] / [BYP]
[2ND] / [MEM]
[2ND] / [TRBL]
[1] / [2ND]
[1] / [1]
[1] / [2]
[1] / [3]
[1] / [4]
[1] / [5]
[1] / [6]
[1] / [7]
[1] / [8]
[1] / [9]
[1] / [10]
[1] / [11]
[1] / [12]
[1] / [BYP]
[1] / [MEM]
[1] / [TRBL]
[2] / [2ND]
[2] / [1]
300:
301:
302
305:
306:
309:
320:
321:
323:
350:
351:
354:
370:
371:
372:
373:
382:
383:
400:
401:
402:
403:
404:
407:
410:
441:
570:
572:
573:
574:
601:
602:
625:
SYSTEM TROUBLE
AC LOSS
LOW SYSTEM BATTERY
SYSTEM RESET
PROGRAM CHANGED
BATTERY TEST FAIL
SOUNDER/RELAY TROUBLE
BELL 1 TROUBLE
ALARM RELAY TROUBLE
COMMUNICATION TROUBLE
TELCO 1 FAULT
FAIL TO COMMUNICATE
PROTECTION LOOP TROUBLE
PROTECTION LOOP OPEN
PROTECTION LOOP SHORT
FIRE LOOP TROUBLE
SENSOR TROUBLE
SENSOR TAMPER
OPEN/CLOSE
OPEN/CLOSE BY USER #
GROUP OPEN/CLOSE
AUTOMATIC OPENING/CLOSING
LATE TO OPEN/CLOSE
REMOTE ARM DOWNLOAD
REMOTE ACCESS
OPEN/CLOSE - STAY MODE
BYPASS
24 HOUR ZONE BYPASS
BURGLARY BYPASS #
GROUP BYPASS
MANUAL TEST
PERIODIC TEST
TIME/DATE RESET
[2] / [2]
[2] / [3]
[2] / [4]
[2] / [5]
[2] / [6]
[2] / [7]
[2] / [8]
[2] / [9]
[2] / [10]
[2] / [11]
[2] / [12]
[2] / [BYP]
[2] / [MEM]
[2] / [TRBL]
[3] / [2ND]
[3] / [1]
[3] / [2]
[3] / [3]
[3] / [4]
[3] / [5]
[3] / [6]
[3] / [7]
[3] / [8]
[3] / [9]
[3] / [10]
[3] / [11]
[3] / [12]
[3] / [BYP]
[3] / [MEM]
[3] / [TRBL]
[4] / [2ND]
[4] / [1]
[4] / [2]
For addresses 044 to 126, see pages 7 to 10.
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PG738EX
REPORTING CODES: (reset code = “empty"
[2ND] [2ND])
All digits from [1] to [F] are valid. Enter [2ND] (skip) = digit will not be reported except for contact I.D. programmable codes.
For single digit reporting enter "skip" ([2ND]) as first digit.
If CONTACT I.D. format (all codes) is selected, addresses 300 to 527 (sections 11 to 67) do not have to be programmed.
(Select Contact I.D (all codes) - key [10] for both central station numbers at section 09 - address 038.)
ARMING (closing) CODES:
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Data
Description
Address
11
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
Auto / Espload
Master
User code 1
User code 2
300
301
302
303
12
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 3
User code 4
User code 5
User code 6
304
305
306
307
13
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 7
User code 8
User code 9
User code 10
308
309
310
311
14
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 11
User code 12
User code 13
User code 14
312
313
314
315
15
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 15
User code 16
User code 17
User code 18
316
317
318
319
16
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 19
User code 20
User code 21
User code 22
320
321
322
323
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 23
User code 24
User code 25
User code 26
324
325
326
327
17
Data
Description
Address
18
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 27
User code 28
User code 29
User code 30
328
329
330
331
19
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 31
User code 32
User code 33
User code 34
332
333
334
335
20
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 35
User code 36
User code 37
User code 38
336
337
338
339
21
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 39
User code 40
User code 41
User code 42
340
341
342
343
22
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 43
User code 44
User code 45
User code 46
344
345
346
347
___/___
___/___
User code 47
User code 48 /
(Duress)
348
349
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PG738EX
REPORTING CODES:
(reset code "empty")
DISARMING (opening) CODES:
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Data
Description
Address
Data
Description
Address
30
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 25
User code 26
User code 27
User code 28
376
377
378
379
31
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 29
User code 30
User code 31
User code 32
380
381
382
383
32
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 33
User code 34
User code 35
User code 36
384
385
386
387
33
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 37
User code 38
User code 39
User code 40
388
389
390
391
34
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 41
User code 42
User code 43
User code 44
392
393
394
395
35
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 45
User code 46
User code 47
User code 48 /
(Duress)
396
397
398
399
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___/___
___/___
Espload
Master
350
351
24
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 1
User code 2
User code 3
User code 4
352
353
354
355
25
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 5
User code 6
User code 7
User code 8
356
357
358
359
26
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 9
User code 10
User code 11
User code 12
360
361
362
363
27
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 13
User code 14
User code 15
User code 16
364
365
366
367
28
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 17
User code 18
User code 19
User code 20
368
369
370
371
29
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
User code 21
User code 22
User code 23
User code 24
372
373
374
375
ALARM CODES ZONE 1 TO 12:
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36
37
38
ALARM CODES ZONE 13 TO 24:
Data
Description
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3 (fire)
Zone 4
400
401
402 (see add. 100)
403
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
Zone 5
Zone 6
Zone 7
Zone 8 Keypad 1
404
405
406
407
___/___
Zone 9 Keypad 2
N/A
N/A
N/A
408
409
410
411
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[2ND]
[___
2ND] /___
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
Address
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Data
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
39
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[2__
ND]
[___
2ND] /_
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
40
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[2ND]
[___
2ND] /___
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
41
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[2ND]
[___
2ND] /___
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
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Description
Address
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
412
413
414
415
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
416
417
418
419
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
420
421
422
423
PG738EX
REPORTING CODES:
(reset code "empty")
ZONE 1 TO 12 RESTORE CODES:
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42
43
44
ZONE 13 TO 24 RESTORE CODES:
Address
Data
Description
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3 (fire)
Zone 4
424
425
426 (see add. 100)
427
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
Zone 5
Zone 6
Zone 7
Zone 8 Keypad 1
428
429
430
431
___/___
Zone 9 Keypad 2
N/A
N/A
N/A
432
433
434
435
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[2ND]
[___
2ND] /___
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
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48
49
50
Data
Description
54
55
56
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[2ND]
[___
2ND] /___
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
47
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[2ND]
[___
2ND] /___
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
Description
Address
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
436
437
438
439
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
440
441
442
443
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
444
445
446
447
ZONE 13 TO 24 SHUTDOWN CODES:
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
448
449
450
451
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
Zone 5
Zone 6
Zone 7
Zone 8 Keypad 1
452
453
454
455
___/___
[2ND] [2ND]
___/___
[2ND]
[2ND] /___
___
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
Zone 9 Keypad 2
N/A
N/A
N/A
456
457
458
459
Description
[2__
ND]
[___
2ND] /_
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
Address
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
Data
45
46
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Data
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
51
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[2__
ND]
[___
2ND] /_
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
52
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[2ND]
[___
2ND] /___
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
53
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[2ND]
[___
2ND] /___
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
TAMPER 1 TO 12 TROUBLE CODES:
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[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
ZONE 1 TO 12 SHUTDOWN CODES:
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Data
Description
Address
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
460
461
462
463
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
464
465
466
467
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
468
469
470
471
TAMPER 13 TO 24 TROUBLE CODES:
Address
___/___
___/___
___/___
___/___
Tamper 1
Tamper 2
Tamper 3
Tamper 4
472
473
474
475
___/___
___/___
___/___
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
Tamper 5
Tamper 6
Tamper 7
N/A
476
477
478
479
[2ND] [2ND]
___/___
[2ND] [2ND]
___/___
[2ND]
[2ND] /___
___
[2ND] [2ND]
___/___
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
480
481
482
483
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Data
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
57
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[2__
ND]
[___
2ND] /_
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
58
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[2ND]
[___
2ND] /___
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
59
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
[2ND]
[___
2ND] /___
[___/___
2ND] [2ND]
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Description
Address
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
484
485
486
487
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
488
489
490
491
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
492
493
494
495
PG738EX
DECIMAL PROGRAMMING
3 Digit Decimal Value Programming
Used to program addresses 044 to 061. Values entered must contain 3 digits between "000" and "255". ([10] = 0)
Decimal value programming:
1) Press [ENTER] + installer code. ([ENTER] key will flash.)
2) Enter 3 digit address (044 to 061).
3) Current value will be displayed on keypad.
4) Enter 3 digit DECIMAL value.
5) Repeat from step 2 onward for next address.
To exit programming mode press [CLEAR].
044: ___/___/___ (hours) Auto arm time (between "000" and "023")
045: ___/___/___ (minutes) Auto arm time (between "000" and "059")
046: ___/___/___ (days) Auto test report every ? days (between "001" and "255") (000 = disabled)
047: ___/___/___ (hours) Auto test report (between "000" and "023")
048: ___/___/___ (minutes) Auto test report (between "000" and "059")
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PG738EX
DECIMAL PROGRAMMING
049: ___/___/___ (seconds) Exit delay (factory default 60 seconds)
050: ___/___/___ (seconds) Entry delay 1 (factory default 45 seconds)
051: ___/___/___ (seconds) Entry delay 2 (factory default 45 seconds)
052: ___/___/___ (minutes) Bell cut-off time (factory default 5 minutes)
053: ___/___/___ ( x 15 mSec.) Zone speed (factory default 600 mSec.)
054: ___/___/___ (minutes) Power failure report delay (factory default 30 minutes) (000 = disabled)
055: ___/___/___ ( x 15 minutes) "No movement" report time (factory default 8 hours) (000 = disabled)
056: ___/___/___ PGM timer setting (001 to 127 for seconds and 129 to 255 for minutes) (factory default 5 seconds)
Add 128 to desired value in minutes (i.e. for 5 minutes: enter 5 + 128 = 133)
057: ___/___/___ Intellizone delay (in seconds, minimum = 10 seconds) (factory default 48 seconds)
058: ___/___/___ Installer code lock (147 = locked, 000 = unlocked)
059: ___/___/___ (seconds) Programmable delay before alarm transmission (5 to 63 seconds) (000 = disabled)
060: ___/___/___ (seconds) Recent closing delay (000 = disabled)
061: ___/___/___ Future Use
FEATURE SELECT PROGRAMMING
Addresses 062-126. "ON"/"OFF" status of the key lights determines feature selection.
In programming mode, enter 3 digit memory address (062 to 126). To save entries, press [ENTER].
To exit programming mode press [CLEAR]. Reset = “OFF” for addresses 062 to 126.
Addresses 080 to 085 for future use.
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PG738EX
FEATURE SELECT PROGRAMMING (continued)
(On/off status of key lights determines which feature is selected.)
KEY
086:
See "TLM" table
PS1/Keyswitch = regular arm
PS1/keyswitch arming
Call back
Auto arm on time
Auto arm on no movement
Pulse dialing
Partitioning
Silent zone/panic generates a silent alarm
(1:2) Pulse Europe
See "Reporting" table
N/A
Bell squawk on arm/disarm
Auto zone shutdown
088:
Automatic event buffer transmission
Panic 1 (keys [1] & [3], PS1)
Panic 2 (keys [4] & [6])
Panic 3 (keys [7] & [9])
Panic 1 silent (PS1)
Panic 2 silent
Panic 3 silent
Key [10] regular arm
Key [11] stay or system A arm
6 digit access codes
Tamper Recognition
Beep on exit delay
Report zone restore on bell cut-off
Zones with EOL (1KΩ )
Always report disarm
090:
Exclude power failure from trouble display
N/A
Auto arm = regular arm
OFF / ON
[2ND]
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
[10]
[11]
[12]
[BYP]
[MEM]
[TRBL]
TELEPHONE LINE MONITOR
Address 086, Key [2ND] [1]
KEY
stay arm / System A
enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled
Tone dialing (DTMF)
enabled
generates only a report
(1:1.5) Pulse USA
[BYP]
[MEM]
[TRBL]
N/A
enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled
audible
audible
fire
enabled
enabled
4 digit
enabled
on zone closure
no EOL
only after alarm
KEY
N/A
[4]
N/A
N/A
[5]
N/A
TYPE
DIALING SEQUENCE (tel. No.)
[12]
OFF OFF
OFF ON
ON OFF
ON
Reporting disabled
Regular reporting
Split reporting: Alarms
System report
Double reporting
*
1,2,1,2,1,2,1,2, fail to comm.
1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1, fail to comm.
2,2,2,2,2,2,2,2, fail to comm.
1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1, fail to comm.,
2,2,2,2,2,2,2,2, fail to comm.
*On alarm, all reports are made to Tel. #1 until system is disarmed.
(Once disarmed, system reports are made to Tel. #2)
TAMPER / WIRE FAULT DEFINITIONS
Address 088, Key [10] [11]
KEY
*
SYSTEM ARMED
[10] [11]
SYSTEM DISARMED
Alarm as per individual
zone definitions
OFF OFF
Tamper supervision
disabled
No alarm, trouble code
reported
Silent alarm. Trouble and
alarm codes reported
OFF ON
Always generate trouble
and alarm, audible or
silent as per individual
zone definitions
ON OFF
ON
ON
Audible alarm. Trouble and
alarm codes reported
**
*
**
Exception: for 24 hour zones the tamper definition will follow the
audible/silent alarm definition of the 24 hour zone.
Silent zones will generate a silent alarm.
tamper follows zone bypass definition
N/A
[7]
N/A
N/A
[8]
N/A
[9]
Audible trouble warning
Duress
[10]
enabled
enabled
Keypad 1 zone supervision
[11]
enabled
Keypad 2 zone supervision
KEY
[11]
stay / System A
N/A
[3]
[6]
TLM disabled
TLM generates trouble only
generates an alarm if armed
silent alarm becomes audible
(address 086, key [9] has to be OFF)
ON
N/A
No tamper bypass
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Address 086, Key [11] [12]
OFF / ON
[2ND]
enabled
[1]
N/A
[2]
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
REPORTING OPTIONS
KEY
OFF / ON
[2ND]
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
[10]
[11]
[12]
[2ND] [1]
[12]
enabled
N/A
[BYP]
N/A
N/A
[MEM]
N/A
N/A
[TRBL]
N/A
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}
PS1 software versions 2.0 onward
Keypad supervision must be ON
Keypad software versions 4.0 onward}
PS1 software version 1.1
Keypad supervision must be OFF
Keypad software versions prior to 4.0
(See Wiring Diagram)
PG738EX
Note: Do not use the Intellizone feature and an entry delay for the same zone, otherwise an alarm may occur as a user
tries to disarm the system.
KEY ACCESS PROGRAMMING
Programs features quickly, without entering addresses or section numbers.
To activate “key access programming”, press [ENTER], followed by installer, master or user code 1. (Code required
depends on the feature you wish to access - see below.) Press the key corresponding to the desired feature.
Press [ENTER] or [CLEAR] to exit.
key
[8]
Installer test mode
(installer code only)
In installer test mode, a confirmation beep (intermittent) indicates test is "on", a "rejection" beep (long)
indicates test is "off". The bell will squawk during walk testing to indicate opened, functional zones.
[9]
"Auto arming" time program
(all 3 codes)
Key [9] flashes. Enter two digits (00 to 23) for hours + 2 digits (00 to 59) for minutes.
[MEM]
"Panel time" and clear "trouble 8"
(all 3 codes)
Key [MEM] flashes. Enter two digits (00 to 23) for hours + 2 digits (00 to 59) for minutes.
[BYP]
Test report
(all 3 codes)
Reporting is enabled at address 086, keys [11], [12]. A value must be entered at address 512, and both
telephone and account numbers must be programmed.
[TRBL]
Call Espload via telephone
(all 3 codes)
Panel identifier and PC password (addresses 004-007) and computer telephone number (addresses 008-015)
must be programmed.
[AWAY] Answer Espload
(all 3 codes)
This feature is available when using the ADP-1 adapter. In Espload, "blind dial" must be activated in "modem
setup" section, and panel phone number programmed (works also without ADP-1).
[STAY]
Cancel communication attempts
Until next reportable event
(master code and user 1 can only stop calls to Espload)
(installer code - all communications)
When communicating with Espload, it is impossible to enter programming mode.
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PG738EX
ESPRIT 738 EXPRESS CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
The system hardware will recognize the following zone conditions:
Note: Keypad zones always use (1K OHM) EOL resistor.
SINGLE ZONE CONNECTIONS
ZONE connection, without EOL resistor (N.C. contacts)
address 088, key [MEM] = "on"
key [10] = "off " (reset)
key [11] = "off " (reset)
N.C. contacts see Figure 1
ZONE connection, with EOL resistor (N.C. and N.O. contacts)
address 088, key [MEM] = "off" (reset)
key [10] = "off " (reset)
key [11] = "off " (reset)
N.C. and/or N.O. contacts, see Figure 2
ZONE connection, without EOL resistor, with tamper recognition (N.C. contacts)
address 088, key [MEM] = "on"
key [10] =
See "Tamper/wire Fault Definitions
and Options"
key [11] =
Tamper transmits separate code, see Figure 3
ZONE connection, with EOL resistor, with tamper recognition, and with wire fault
(short circuit) recognition (N.C. contacts)
address 088, key [MEM] = "off "
key [10] =
See "Tamper/wire Fault Definitions
and Options"
key [11] =
Tamper/wire fault transmits separate code, see Figure 4
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ESPRIT 738 EXPRESS WIRING DIAGRAM
Caution: Disconnect battery
before replacing fuse.
Charging and battery test LED
"TLM" LED: Short flash = OK
Long flash = Fault
(every 60 seconds)
+
Service Keypad
BATT
PARADOX
SECURITY
SYSTEMS
5 AMP
RESET
JUMPER
+
+ AUX -
OFF = Disabled
Constant = On Line
SERIAL
OUTPUT
GRN YEL
ESPRIT 738 EXPRESS
Four pin connector
can be used for
quick installation of
an Esprit keypad.
DIALER
+
BLACK
RED
+
BATT
Warning:
Disconnect
telephone line
before servicing.
SERVICE
KEYPAD
+
BELL
RELAY
OPTION
-
+
RECHARGEABLE
BATTERY
RJ31X
CA 38A
UL/ULC
12VDC / 7AH
To cabinet and
grounding rod
AC
COM N.C. N.0.
PG1 PG2
+
BELL
-
+
+
AUX
-
GRN YEL
1
C
2
3
C
5
4
C
6
C
7
R - 1 T - 1 RING TIP
RED
Smoke and heat detectors
Address 100
* Zone 3 = Fire zone if zone
YEL
UL: K12 model T16 V4O
ULC: Frost model FTC 1637
TRANSFO
GRN
16.5VAC 40VA
Warning: Improper connection
may result in damage to the
system.
BELL OUTPUT
A.C.
POWER
will shut down
if current
exceeds 3A.
GRN
1KΩ
EOL
BRN
GRY
N.O. contacts
definition is "24 hour".
BLK
+ -
* ZONE
8 or 9
RED
BELL
N.O.
SIREN
+ -
1KΩ
EOL
AUX POWER 400mA max.
250mA max. for 24 hr. standby.
To connect additional wiring to auxiliary power, use
the red (+) and black (-) keypad connectors.
Aux power will shut down if current exceeds 1A.
UL/ULC
Wheelock
46T-12
N.C.
ZONE
8 or 9
*PS1 software version 1.1
}
PS1 software versions 2.0 onward
Keypad software versions 4.0 onward } Keypad supervision must be ON
090
[11] [12]
Keypad software versions prior to 4.0 Keypad supervision must be OFF
(See Address
, key
N.O.
1KΩ
EOL
KEYPAD
639/640
MAX 2 per system
N.C.
P R
RMED
RE DY
DOX
The 640 keypad can
be used with the
panels but will not
display correct event
list codes.
MAX 5
per system
PS1
)
N.C.
N.C.
1KΩ
EOL
ZONE 8
FIRE RESET
* PGM maximum 50mA
*PGM
+
Z3
AUX
Keyswitch can be used in
parallel with keypad (Not on
UL systems).
ZONE 9
220Ω
KYPD GRN
KEYSWITCH
PGM OUTPUT RELAY
GROUND START CIRCUIT
PGM
WHT
+
For resistor values,
refer to 639/640
installation manuals.
KYPD BLK
COM
Smoke
detector
MAX 5 per system
KEYSWITCH CONNECTION
To program PGM1 to conduct 4 second smoke detector reset when
[CLEAR] and [ENTER] are pressed simultaneously:
Address 039 = [BYP] (first digit)
Address 042 = [2ND] [6]
Address 040 = [5] [10]
Address 056 = [10] [10] [4]
FIRE ALARM ZONE CONNECTIONS
KEYPAD
616/626/633
PGM
+AUX
+AUX
WHT
RED
BLK
RED
-
BLK
Smoke
detector
MR3-UL
-
+
Smoke detector
power supervision
relay, 12VDC
1KΩ
EOL
Smoke detector must be 4 wire latching UL Falcon model 5454, ULC BRK 2412.
Power supervision relay model MR3-UL.
S E C U R I T Y
MR3-UL
YEL
BRN
YEL
RNG
COM
S Y S T E M S
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