Hills - ComVav User Manual V1.3
Table of Contents
Introduction ...................................................................................................................................... 4
Warning............................................................................................................................................. 5
Warranty............................................................................................................................................ 5
Glossary of terms............................................................................................................................. 6
Legend .............................................................................................................................................. 7
Feature & Benefits ........................................................................................................................... 8
1. Phone Line connection............................................................................................................... 8
2. Phone Line connection, and network connection....................................................................... 9
3. Phone Line connection, network connection and integrated into the door intercom system. .... 9
4. Phone Line connection, network connection, integrated into the door intercom system with
VoiceNav code pads. ..................................................................................................................... 9
Accessing the ComNav – Via a Touch Tone Phone ................................................................... 10
Main Menu – Structure................................................................................................................... 11
Main Menu – explained .................................................................................................................. 12
System Status .............................................................................................................................. 12
System Control ............................................................................................................................. 12
Security System Status ..................................................................................................... 12
Area Control ...................................................................................................................... 12
To Control Zone Bypass ................................................................................................... 12
Event History .................................................................................................................... 12
Intercom Control ........................................................................................................................... 12
To commence listen in mode ............................................................................................ 12
To commence two – way communication mode ............................................................... 12
Output Control .............................................................................................................................. 13
Select an output ................................................................................................................ 13
Message Bank.............................................................................................................................. 13
Exit message .................................................................................................................... 13
Entry Message .................................................................................................................. 13
System Configuration ................................................................................................................... 14
User configuration............................................................................................................. 14
User Pin .................................................................................................................... 14
User Area .................................................................................................................. 14
User Authority ........................................................................................................... 14
Time and date ................................................................................................................... 14
Time .......................................................................................................................... 14
Date........................................................................................................................... 14
Phone number configuration ............................................................................................. 15
Alarm Phone numbers, 1, 2 & 3 ................................................................................ 15
Divert phone numbers 1, 2 & 3 ................................................................................. 15
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SMS phone numbers 1, 2 & 3 ................................................................................... 15
Voice message recording ................................................................................................. 16
Exit message............................................................................................................. 16
Entry message .......................................................................................................... 16
User name................................................................................................................. 16
Zone name ................................................................................................................ 16
Area name................................................................................................................. 16
Output name ............................................................................................................. 16
Room name............................................................................................................... 16
System name ............................................................................................................ 16
Main menu Controls and examples.............................................................................................. 17
How to Check system status ........................................................................................................ 17
Area Control – Single Area............................................................................................................ 18
Disarm a single area system ........................................................................................................ 18
Away Arm a single area system ................................................................................................... 19
Stay Arm a single area system .................................................................................................... 19
Area Control – Multi Area .............................................................................................................. 20
Away Arm all areas in a multi area system .................................................................................. 20
Stay Arm all areas in a multi area system .................................................................................... 20
Disarm all areas in a multi area system ....................................................................................... 21
Away Arm a single area in a multi area system ........................................................................... 21
Stay Arm a single area in a multi area system............................................................................. 22
Disarm a single area in a multi area system ................................................................................ 22
Message Bank ................................................................................................................................ 27
Record............................................................................................................................................. 27
Record an Entry Message............................................................................................................ 27
System Configuration.................................................................................................................... 28
User Configuration ....................................................................................................................... 28
Configure (set up) a new pin code for a specific user....................................................... 28
Disable a pin code from a specific user ............................................................................ 29
Remove area control from a specific user ........................................................................ 29
Configure User Authority .................................................................................................. 30
Time and Date Configuration ....................................................................................................... 31
System Configuration.................................................................................................................... 37
Voice message recording............................................................................................................. 37
Record an Exit message................................................................................................... 38
Record an Exit message................................................................................................... 38
Record a user name ......................................................................................................... 39
Record a zone name ........................................................................................................ 40
Record a zone name using library words ......................................................................... 40
Record a area name ......................................................................................................... 41
Record an area name using library words ........................................................................ 41
Record an output name .................................................................................................... 42
Record an output name using library words ..................................................................... 42
Record a room name ........................................................................................................ 43
Record a room name using library words ......................................................................... 43
Room Name – library word configuration ......................................................................... 43
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Record a system name to the ComNAV........................................................................... 44
Accessing the ComNav – Via the onboard Web Server ............................................................. 45
Navigating to the ComNav ........................................................................................................... 45
Welcome page ............................................................................................................................. 46
Access levels................................................................................................................................ 47
Main Login Menu (Web) – Master User Code.............................................................................. 47
Main Login Menu (Web) – Standard User Code .......................................................................... 47
Status and Area Control ............................................................................................................... 48
Voice Reporting............................................................................................................................ 49
Users ............................................................................................................................................ 50
SMS Reporting ............................................................................................................................. 51
Call Divert..................................................................................................................................... 52
E-Mail Reporting........................................................................................................................... 53
System Status Message Table...................................................................................................... 54
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Introduction
The Hills ComNav is an intuitive interface module that may be added to your Hills Reliance security
system. It allows authorised users to remotely access and control the security system. Access to
the ComNav can be via any off site touch-tone telephone, web browser or locally via WiFi using a
powerful iPhone application.
When accessing the ComNav via a touch-tone phone, the inbuilt PVG (Personal Voice Guide)
offers users a friendly, easy to operate interface to their security system. The PVG allows new
users to access the full power of their Hills Reliance security system without having to constantly
refer to this manual. You can dial in and check the status of your security system, change a users
pin number, enter a new alarm phone number or simply arm your system with easy to follow voice
promts.
Plain English alarm / system messages can be sent to up to three different phone numbers.
Messages can also be sent to three different numbers via SMS or Email.
Authorised users may customise voice recordings for user names, zone names, area names, room
names, output names and system names. These recordings offer a level of system customisation
usually reserved for more elaborate installations. The ComNav can also store (and forward to
VoiceNav code pads) exit and entry messages. These messages can be left for other users of the
security system.
ComNavs built in web server allows users to arm / disarm individual areas, check system status,
enable / disable user codes, modify Email accounts and SMS / Voice phone numbers from any
standard web browser.
Advanced intercom features are also incorporated within the ComNav. Imagine a visitor to your
home pressing the button at your front door intercom, and then being able to talk to you on your
mobile phone anywhere in the world. Maybe it’s a courier delivering a parcel? You may wish to
open the garage door and allow them to drop the parcel inside.
We trust that ComNav will provide you with ease of access and control of your Hills security
system.
All users of your security system should read and follow the instructions and precautions in this
manual before operating your security system. Failure to do so could result in the security system
not working as intended.
This manual should be kept in an accessible location for the life of the security system. If you do
not understand any part of this manual, you should ask your service provider for further
clarification. Read the entire manual and if possible, practice on the ComNav whilst your security
provider is on site.
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Warning
Keep in mind, the level of security you will obtain with this system relates specifically with two major
factors:
The quantity, quality, and placement of security devices attached to this security system.
The knowledge you have of the security system and how that knowledge is utilized in a
weekly test of the complete system.
WARNINGS
This product is to be installed by qualified SERVICE PERSONNEL only
The equipment should only be operated with an approved power adapter with insulated live pins.
CAUTION – RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS. CONTACT YOUR SERVICE
PROVIDER FOR REPLACEMENT BATTERIES.
N3094
Warranty
Hills Industries guarantees this product against defective parts and workmanship for twenty-four
(24) months from the date of purchase. If any defect appears during the warranty period contact
your service provider. Hills Industries assumes no liability for consequential or indirect damage,
and accepts no responsibility for repairing damage to the product caused by misuse, careless
handling, or where repairs have been made by others.
No other guarantee, written or verbal, is authorised by Hills Industries.
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Glossary of terms
Authority Level:
The level of access assigned to a users PIN code
Arm:
To turn your security system On.
Area:
Multiple "zones" (detection devices) can be allocated into "areas" to permit
users to selectively "arm" the security system. For example there may be 3
zones in an area called Downstairs, and two zones in another area called
Upstairs. Users can only arm and disarm areas they have authority level to.
Away Mode:
To turn your security system on when you are leaving the premises.
Bypass:
Isolate / remove selected zones from your security system. A bypassed zone is
not capable of activating an alarm, as it is temporarily removed from your
system.
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, is a computer network protocol used by
devices to obtain configuration information for operation in an Internet Protocol
network. This protocol reduces system administration workload, allowing
networks to add devices with little or no manual intervention
Disarm:
To turn your security system Off.
Exit delay:
The time allowed to exit the premises after the security system is armed.
Entry delay:
The time allowed to disarm your security system after the first detection device
has been activated.
Master Code:
A four (4) or six (6) digit PIN code that is used by a user to arm or disarm the
security system. Its main feature is the ability to create, alter and delete user
PIN codes. Can also be used as a function code for all features. NOTE: Your
security system may have either four (4) digit PIN codes or six (6) digit
PIN codes, but not a mixture of both.
Outputs:
Where external devices are configured. These devices can be controlled from
your security system.
Relay
An electrically operated switch. Common uses include being used to open the
front gate to let a visitor in, or to turn lights on and off.
RTC
RTC stands for Real Time Clock - your ComNav has a built in clock with
backup battery that saves the time and date in case your security system loses
power for an extended period of time.
Self Monitored:
Back-to-Base monitoring companies provide a 24/7 service with trained security
staff to respond to any incidents. Having a Self Monitored system is more
economical, however it does not provide as many features. Hills security
systems support both Back-to-Base Monitoring and Self Monitoring.
SMS Reporting
Short Message Service (SMS) is a communication service component of the
GSM mobile communication system, or commonly known as text messaging
Stay Mode:
To turn your security system on when you are staying in the premises, this will
automatically bypass pre programmed zones and arm others. Mainly utilised for
arming just the perimeter of the premises.
Service Provider:
The installation / maintenance company servicing your security system.
User Code:
A four (4) or six (6) digit PIN code that is used by a user to arm or disarm the
security system. Also can be used as a function code for certain features.
NOTE: A system may have either four (4) digit PIN codes or six (6) digit
PIN codes, but not a mixture of both.
Zone:
An individual detection device or sensor is called a "zone". For example a
Passive Infra Red (PIR) motion detector in the lounge room is a single zone.
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Legend
[PIN]
Instructions to call the phone number the ComNav is connected to, and when prompted
enter the required PIN number.
A single digit selection is required
A single digit or multiple digits selection is required.
This could be a multi digit number, EG: Zone 128 = 128#
Navigation keys required to move to the desired menu
Start your recording
Sub menu of the main menu
Sub, Sub menu of the main menu
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Feature & Benefits
Connection
Feature
Phone Line
+Network
+Intercom
+VoiceNav
Voice Reporting
Yes
Yes
Yes
SMS Reporting
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Dial Up Control
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Dial Up Programming
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
4 Extra Zones
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Real Time Clock
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
2 Relays for Door Release
Email Reporting
Yes
-
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
DHCP
-
Yes
Yes
ComNav Config. Server
-
Yes
Yes
Yes
Call Divert
-
-
Yes
Yes
Remote Listen In to Outdoor
Station
-
-
Yes
Yes
VoiceNav Access to Intercom
and Door Release
-
-
-
Yes
Remote Listen In to VoiceNavs
-
-
-
Yes
1.
Phone Line connection
•
Voice Reporting – ComNav can phone the user and announce in a human voice,
selected event conditions. Users can customize individual name recordings for zones,
areas, users, rooms and outputs. No more confusing beeps or sirens!
•
SMS Reporting - With the flexibility of three different phone numbers and the added
convenience of event selection per phone number, now you can group and send selected
events to different users as required.
•
Dial up control – The ComNav can be access by any outside touch tone telephone and
once connected the inbuilt Personal Voice Guide (PVG) will navigate you through all
available menu options. From basic Arming / Disarming control, to more advanced menus
like zone bypassing and System recordings.
•
Dial up programming – An invaluable feature for the installer is the ability to remotely
access the ComNav from any outside touch tone telephone to carry out full system
interrogation or advanced programming.
•
Zones – There are two onboard zones that can be zone doubled to for use within the
security system. Only available on the R12 and R128 control panels.
•
RTC – “Real Time Clock” is an onboard component that holds the current time date setting.
A built-in power-sense circuit detects power failures and automatically switches to the
backup supply. This significantly reduces the chance of a "loss of date \ time" in periods of
extended power outage.
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2. Phone Line connection, and network connection.
•
All of the above features plus
•
Email Reporting – Up to three email addresses can be entered with individual event
selection for each address. This versatility with event selection allows events to be sent to
different email addresses, IE: Alarms to email1, open closes to Email2 and system faults to
rd
the 3 address.
•
DHCP - or Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, is a computer network protocol used by
devices to obtain configuration information for operation in an Internet Protocol network.
This protocol reduces system administration workload, allowing networks to add devices
with little or no manual intervention
•
ComNav Configuration Server – Once connected to the network, users will enjoy the
simple web user interface that is supplied with the ComNav. Enter the IP address of your
ComNav into a web browser to access the ComNav Configuration Server. Here the user
can configure pin codes, arm and disarm areas, view the last 185 event history, enter and
change all voice, SMS and divert phone numbers and assign email address. Installers
have further access to network settings, feature lists and outputs.
•
Relays – The two onboard relays are fully configurable and come defaulted for door
release one and door release two.
3. Phone Line connection, network connection and integrated into the door
intercom system.
•
All of the above features plus
•
Call divert – This feature will call up to three different phone numbers when a visitor
presses the call button on the outside door station whilst the Hills Reliance security system
is armed. Once the call is connected, a bi directional conversation can take place and the
called party has the ability to operate the onboard relay allowing access to the premises.
•
Remote listen in / two way communication – this feature allows users to connect to the
outdoor station from a remote location
4. Phone Line connection, network connection, integrated into the door intercom
system with VoiceNav code pads.
•
All of the above features plus
•
VoiceNavs can be configured to answer a call initiated from either of the two door stations,
they can also control the ComNavs onboard door release relays.
•
Remote listen in / two way communication – this feature allows users to connect to any or
all of the connected VoiceNavs from a remote location an “listen in” to any audio within that
room / rooms.
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Accessing the ComNav – Via a Touch Tone Phone
This section describes how to access the ComNav via an off site touch-tone phone. The ComNav
must be on an independent line to the touch-tone phone from which you are trying to connect. The
ComNav must be pre-programmed by your security service provider to automatically answer the
incoming call once the predetermined number of calls / rings have been reached. When the desired
number of calls / rings has been reached the ComNav will grab the Phone Line and a connection
has been established, the following will be announced.
;
Enter your code for system access, press star to cancel
Enter your user / master code (default master code is 1234), the ComNav will announce the
recorded system name (if recorded) and list all accessible main menus, you can now make your
selection as required.
;
You are now connected to (system name)……
Press 1 for system status
Press 2 for system control
Press 3 for intercom control
Press 4 for output control
Press 5 for message bank
Press 0 for system configuration*
Press # to exit and disconnect the session
* Denotes master
code access only
The above sequence will be shown through out this manual as
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Main Menu – Structure
1
System Status
2
System Control
2.1 System Status
2.2 Area Control
2.3 Zone Bypass
2.4 Event History
2.4.1 Alarm Memory
2.4.2 Event History
Intercom Control
3.1 Listen In
3.2 Two way communication
Output Control
3
4
5
0
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Message Bank
5.1 Record an Exit Message
5.2 Record an Entry Message
System Configuration
0.1 User Configuration
0.1.1 User PIN
0.1.2 User Area
0.1.3 User Authority
0.2 Time and Date
0.2.1 Time
0.2.2 Date
0.3 Area Entry Time
0.4 Area Exit Time
0.5 Phone number configuration
0.5.1 Alarm Phone Number One
0.5.2 Alarm Phone Number Two
0.5.3 Alarm Phone Number Three
0.5.4 Divert Phone Number One
0.5.5 Divert Phone Number Two
0.5.6 Divert Phone Number Three
0.5.7 SMS Phone Number One
0.5.8 SMS Phone Number Two
0.5.9 SMS Phone Number Three
0.6 Voice Message
0.6.1 Exit message
0.6.2 Entry message
0.6.3 User name
0.6.4 Zone name
0.6.5 Area name
0.6.6 Output name
0.6.7 Room name
0.6.8 System name
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Main Menu – explained
- System Status
Press [1] to hear the current status of the security system. Please refer to table on page 53 & 54 for
a complete list of system status messages.
- System Control
Press [2] to access the System Control menu, this menu allows easy everyday operation of the
security system, from arming and disarming individual or multi area systems to bypassing (isolating
/ excluding) individual zones as required. The internal 185 event log is also accessed from this
menu.
- Security System Status – Refer to status message table on page 53 & 54
- Area Control – This is where areas are armed / disarmed (turned on / off) from either
the away or stay modes
- To Control Zone Bypass – This is where zone/s are isolated (disabled) and
removed from the security systems arming cycle
- Event History – This is where the last alarm can be viewed, or the last 185 events,
which are stored in the panel’s internal log
- To move back to the main menu
- Intercom Control
Press [3] to access intercom control. An intercom call can be initiated from any external touch-tone
phone and a connection established with the outdoor station, individual VoiceNavs or all
VoiceNavs. Two-way communication is “voice switching”, only one person may speak at any time
and the caller has priority. Switching between caller and called parties is automatic, and is
controlled by silence on the caller’s microphone.
- To commence listen in mode – Allows for a remote user to connect and listen in to
front door stations / VoiceNavs.
- To commence two – way communication mode – Allows for a remote user to
connect and engage in a two-way voice call with a front door stations / VoiceNavs.
- To move back to the main menu
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- Output Control
Your security system is supplied with two outputs, and can be configured to control up to a total of
16 outputs. These outputs can be used for a variety of applications, such as Intercom door release,
external lighting control, electric shutter control or even garage door control. As additional
equipment is required to enable these features, please contact your service provider for further
details. Speak with your security provider to discuss possible applications for your installation.
- Select an output number followed by hash – Allows a user to select individual
outputs to control
- For output list – Informs a user of available outputs for selection.
- To move back to the main menu
- Message Bank
Press [4] to access the message bank. Separate 10 second entry and exit messages can be
recorded, and will be played back to the user who arms (turns on) and disarms (turns off) the
security system.
- Exit message – A 10 second message that will be played after arming the security
system
- Entry Message – A 10 second message that will be played after disarming the
security system
- To move back to the main menu
Note: Existing messages will be overwritten.
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- System Configuration
Complete customisation of your security system is achieved through this menu. Entry and exit
times can be adjusted to suit the individual requirements of the system. You can record names
against users, zones, areas, rooms and outputs creating an extremely user-friendly security
system. You can also enter / delete the three alarm phone numbers, SMS numbers, and call divert
numbers.
Note: voice recording is limited to the first 64 zones. Zones 65 and above can be customized using
only library words.
- User configuration Here you can create PIN codes and assign them to users. A user PIN code is used to arm and
disarm areas within your security system. PIN codes are normally 4 digits, however a 6-digit option
is available for increased security. Once you have created PIN codes you will need to assign which
areas they have access to. For example you may only want a particular users to access selected
areas in your security system. Here you can also select User Authority options for each user - this
includes creating Master PIN codes. Note - Master Codes can only create, delete or modify user
codes with equal or less authority than themselves.
To Configure
- User PIN
- User Area
- User Authority
- To move back to System Configuration menu.
- Time and date - System time and date is set here. The ComNav has a built in real
time clock that will keep accurate time in the event of a total power fail. It will also update
its time from the internet (if connected) on a regular basis.
- Time
- Date
- Area Entry time - Independent entry times can be assigned for up to eight areas,
values are from 10 seconds to 255 seconds
- Area Exit time – Independent exit times can be assigned for up to eight areas,
values are from 10 seconds to 255 seconds
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System Configuration - continued
- Phone number configuration – Alarm phone numbers 1, 2 and 3 will receive a
voice message upon the activation of certain events from within the security system.
Selected events are global, and will be mapped to all of the three phone numbers. Events
are selected by your security provider at the time of installation, or are accessible via the
ComNav web interface.
Divert phone numbers 1, 2 and 3 will be called when an intercom call is initiated from an
outdoor station. The outdoor station must be interfaced with the Hills Reliance security
system via the ComNav. The Hills Reliance security system must also be in the armed
condition
SMS phone numbers 1, 2 and 3 will be sent text messages, upon the activation of certain
events from within the security system. Each SMS phone number has it's own list of
selected events that will be reported. Events are selected by your security provider at the
time of installation, or are accessible via the ComNav web interface.
To Configure
- Alarm phone number One
- Alarm phone number Two
- Alarm phone number Three
- Divert phone number One
- Divert phone number Two
- Divert phone number Three
- SMS phone number One
- SMS phone number Two
- SMS phone number Three
- To move back to System Configuration menu
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System Configuration
- continued
- Voice message recording – Recording centre for entry / exit messages and users,
zones, areas, outputs, room and system names. The ComNav will announce the system name
when first connected.
To Record
- Exit message
- Entry message
- User name
- Zone name*
- Area name
- Output name*
- Room name
- System name
- To move back to System Configuration menu
*Denotes the ability to configure name using the word library
- To move back to main menu
Note: You do not need to wait for the Personal Voice Guide (PVG) to finish talking before keying in
your selection.
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Main menu Controls and examples
Menu 1 - System Status
2.1
Security System Status
2.2
Area Control
2.3
To Control Zone Bypass
2.4
Event History
The ComNav will announce the Hills Reliance panel status in the following order
1.
Zone Number / Zone Name
2.
System troubles
In Alarm
AC power fail, low battery, battery test fail, box tamper, siren trouble, over
current fault, time and date loss, communication fault, and telephone line fault.
Expander: AC power fail, low battery, box tamper, communication fault.
Code pad: fire, panic, medical alarm.
Zone number / zone name: fire, tamper, trouble fault, loss of wireless
supervision, low battery.
3.
Area / Area name
Is On in the away mode, Is On in the stay mode, Is ready, Is not ready, All areas
are on in the away mode, All areas are on in the stay mode, armed in the stay
mode, All areas are ready
Zone Number / Zone Name
4.
Time and date
Is bypassed, chime is set, is not secure
Optional
How to: Check system status
Step Example:
Checking system status
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
[PIN]
2.
Press [1] for security system status
3.
1 star, disconnects session
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Menu 2 - System Control
2.1
Security System Status
2.2
Area Control
2.2.1
To turn off
2.2.2
Away arm
2.2.3
Stay arm
2.3
To Control Zone Bypass
2.4
Event History
Area Control – Single Area
Disarming: To turn your security system Off, from either the Away or Stay arming modes.
Away Arming: To turn your security system On when you are leaving the premises
Stay Arming: To turn your security system on when you are staying in the premises, this will
automatically bypass pre programmed zones and arm others. Mainly utilised for arming just the
perimeter of the premises.
Disarm – Single area system
How to: Disarm a single area system
Step Example:
Disarming
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
[PIN]
2.
Press [2] for system control menu
Press [2] for area control menu
Press [1] to turn off
3.
1 star, moves back to system control menu
nd
2 star, moves back to main menu.
rd
3 star, disconnects session
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Away Arm – Single area system
How to: Away Arm a single area system
Step Example:
Away Arm
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
[PIN]
2.
Press [2] for system control menu
Press [2] for area control menu
Press [2] two to set in the away mode
3.
1 star, moves back to system control menu
nd
2 star, moves back to main menu.
rd
3 star, disconnects session
st
Stay Arm – Single area system
How to: Stay Arm a single area system
Step Example:
Stay Arm
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
[PIN]
2.
Press [2] for system control menu
Press [2] for area control menu
Press [3] to set in the stay mode
3.
1 star, moves back to system control menu
nd
2 star, moves back to main menu.
rd
3 star, disconnects session
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Area Control – Multi Area
Areas, also known as partitions, are groups of zones that can be controlled independently, your
system can be configured with up to eight areas. The authorization level assigned to a user
governs which areas a user can control, which means when they enter their PIN code, only those
areas assigned to that user will be selectable. For trouble free multi area control, listen and follow
all the voice prompts carefully.
.
Away Arm – Multi area system – All Areas
How to: Away Arm all areas in a multi area system
Step
1.
Example:
[PIN]
Arm Away – all areas – Multi area
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
2.
Press [2] for system control menu
Press [2] for area control menu
Press [3] to set all areas in the away mode
3.
1 star, moves back to system control menu
nd
2 star, moves back to main menu.
rd
3 star, disconnects session
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Stay Arm – Multi area system – All Areas
How to: Stay Arm all areas in a multi area system
Step
1.
Example:
[PIN]
Stay Away – all areas – Multi area
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
2.
Press [2] for system control menu
Press [2] for area control menu
Press [4] to set all areas in the stay mode
3.
1 star, moves back to system control menu
nd
2 star, moves back to main menu.
rd
3 star, disconnects session
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Disarm – Multi area system – All Areas
How to: Disarm all areas in a multi area system
Step
1.
Example:
[PIN]
Stay Away – all areas – Multi area
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
2.
Press [2] for system control menu
Press [2] for area control menu
Press [2] to turn off all areas
3.
1 star, moves back to system control menu
nd
2 star, moves back to main menu.
rd
3 star, disconnects session
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Away Arm – Multi area system – Single Area
How to: Away Arm a single area in a multi area system
Step
1.
Example:
[PIN]
Away arm area 2 in a Multi area system
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
2.
Press [2] for system control menu
Press [2] for area control menu
Press [1] to control an individual area
3.
Select an Area number from 1 ~ 8
4.
Press [2], To set in the away mode
5.
1 star, moves back to system control menu
nd
2 star, moves back to main menu.
rd
3 star, disconnects session
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Stay Arm – Multi area system – Single Area
How to: Stay Arm a single area in a multi area system
Step
1.
Example:
[PIN]
Away arm area 2 in a Multi area system
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
2.
Press [2] for system control menu
Press [2] two for area control menu
Press [1] one to control an individual area
3.
Select an Area number from 1 ~ 8
4.
Press [3], To set in the stay mode
5.
1 star, moves back to system control menu
nd
2 star, moves back to main menu.
rd
3 star, disconnects session
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Disarm – Multi area system – Single Area
How to: Disarm a single area in a multi area system
Step
1.
Example:
[PIN]
Disarm area 2 from within a Multi area system
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
2.
Press [2] for system control menu
Press [2] for area control menu
Press [1] to control an individual area
3.
Select an Area number from 1 ~ 8
4.
Press [1], To turn off
5.
1 star, moves back to system control menu
nd
2 star, moves back to main menu.
rd
3 star, disconnects session
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Menu 2 - System Control
2.1
Security System Status
2.2
Area Control
2.3
To Control Zone Bypass
2.4
Event History
Bypassing
The zone bypass menu is used to bypass (isolate) selected zones in your security system. A
bypassed zone is not capable of activating an alarm, as it is temporarily removed from your
system. Bypassing zones lowers your level of security and caution should be exercised. All
bypassed zones are reset and cleared from memory when your security system is next armed /
disarmed. Your security system must be disarmed (turned off) before being able to bypass zones.
After bypassing your selected zones, your security system must be armed (turned On) in either the
away or stay mode to secure the remaining zones
How to: Bypass zones within your security system
Step
1.
Example:
[PIN]
Away Arm, Stay Arm or Disarm areas within a Multi area system
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
2.
Press [2] for system control menu
Press [3] to control zone bypass
3.
To control zone bypass, select a zone number followed by #
4.
Press 0, to bypass / Un-bypass
(Toggles zone from un-bypassed to bypassed Or if already bypassed,
from bypassed to un-bypassed)
5.
1 star, moves back to system control menu
nd
2 star, moves back to main menu.
rd
3 star, disconnects session
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Menu 2 - System Control
2.1
Security System Status
2.2
Area Control
2.3
To Control Zone Bypass
2.4
Event History
System Event History
The Event History menu is used to listen to the last 185 events that occurred in your security
system. These events are held within your security system, and include events such as, arming,
disarming, system faults and alarmed zones. All events are time date stamped, so ensure your
clock is set correctly. Alarm memory is a quick recall of the last zone(s) that caused your security
system to go into alarm condition.
How to: Review event history
Step Example
To review events held within your security system (up to 185 events are
stored)
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
[PIN]
2.
Press [2] for system control menu
Press [4] for event history
3.
Press [2], for all event history
3a
Press # for next event
Press 0, for previous event
st
4.
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Menu 3 - Intercom Control
3.1
To commence listen in mode
3.2
To commence two way communication mode
An intercom call can be initiated from any external touch-tone phone, and a connection established
with the outdoor station (room 9), individual VoiceNavs (1~ 8) or all VoiceNavs (0).
Two-way communication is “voice switching”, and the calling party has priority. Switching between
caller and called parties is automatic, and is controlled by inactivity (silence) on the caller’s
microphone.
Listen in mode
How to: Listen in to a VoiceNav code pads / front door station
Step Example
Listen in to a room station
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
[PIN]
2.
Press [3] for intercom control menu
Press [1] to commence listen in mode
3.
Select an individual room number from 1 ~ 9
Press 0, for all rooms
4.
1 star, moves back to intercom control menu
nd
2 star, moves back to main menu.
rd
3 star, disconnects session
(9 is outdoor station)
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Two-way communication mode
How to: Commence two way communication with a VoiceNav code pad / front door station
Step Example
Commence two communication with a room station
1.
[PIN]
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
2.
Press [3] for intercom control menu
Press [2] to commence two way communication mode
3.
Select an individual room number from 1 ~ 9
Press 0, for all rooms
4.
1 star, moves back to intercom control menu
nd
2 star, moves back to main menu.
rd
3 star, disconnects session
(9 is outdoor station)
st
Note: Automatic room answering must be enabled at the VoiceNav code pad for listen in feature to
function correctly. Room 9 is the first outside entrance panel.
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Menu 4 - Output Control
Your security system can be configured to control up to 16 outputs. These outputs can be used for
a variety of applications, such as external lighting control, electric shutter control or even garage
door control. As additional equipment is required to enable these features, please contact your
service provider for further details.
System must be disarmed for this menu to be presented.
How to: Control connected outputs
Step Example
Turn output On
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
[PIN]
2.
Press [4] for output control
3.
Select an output number to control (from 1~16), followed by #
4.
Press [1] to turn output On
5.
1 star, moves back to output control menu
nd
2 star, moves back to main menu.
rd
3 star, disconnects session
st
How to: Control connected outputs
Step Example
Turn output Off
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
[PIN]
2.
Press [4] for output control
3.
Select an output number to control (from 1~16), followed by #
4.
Press [2] to turn output Off
5.
1 star, moves back to output control menu
nd
2 star, moves back to main menu.
rd
3 star, disconnects session
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Menu 5 - Message Bank
5.1
To record an exit message
5.2
To record an entry message
You can also use your VoiceNav like a digital message board, leaving entry and exit messages for
users to hear when they arm / disarm their security system.
Exit message
How to: Record an Exit Message.
Step Example
1.
To record an exit message for the first time.
[PIN]
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
Press [5] for message bank
Press [1] to record an exit message
2.
Press #, to record a new message
Record 10 second Exit message after the beep. (first time only)
st
1 star, moves back to message bank menu
nd
2 star, moves back to main menu.
rd
3 star, disconnects session
Entry message
How to: Record an Entry Message.
Step Example
1.
2.
To record an entry message for the first time.
[PIN]
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
Press [5] for message bank
Press [2] to record an entry message
Press #, to record a new message
Record 10 second Entry message after the beep. (first time only)
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1 star, moves back to message bank menu
nd
2 star, moves back to main menu.
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3 star, disconnects session
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Menu 0 - System Configuration
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
User Configuration
0.1.1 User PIN
0.1.2 User Area
0.1.3 User Authority
Time & Date
Area Entry Time
Area Exit Time
Phone number configuration
Voice message recording
User Configuration
The user configuration menu is where user PIN codes are assigned to users. A user’s PIN code is
used to arm and disarm areas within your security system. They are generally four digits in length,
but can be configured by your service provider to be six digits in length if this level of security is
required. The user configuration menu is where you also assign area control and adjust
authorization levels to each user. Assigning areas to users, determines which sections (areas) of
the security system a user may access. The authorization level determines the options available to
that user, user authorization is where you would alter and increase a users authority to become a
Master Code. Master codes can only create, delete or modify user codes with equal or less
authority than themselves.
User PIN – creating
How to: Configure (set up) a new PIN code for a specific user
Step Example
1.
Configure a PIN code of 2580 to user 5
[PIN]
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
2.
Press [0] for system configuration menu
Press [1] for user configuration menu
Press [1] for user PIN configuration
3.
Select a user number followed by # (EG: User 5)
4.
Select a new PIN code followed by # (EG: 2508)
5.
1 star, moves back to user configuration menu
nd
2 star, moves back to system configuration menu
rd
3 star, moves back to main menu.
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4 star, disconnects session
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User PIN – disabling
How to: Disable a pin code from a specific user
Step Example
1.
Disable the PIN code that is configured for user 5
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the
session.
[PIN]
2.
Press [0] for system configuration menu
Press [1] for user configuration menu
Press [1] for user PIN configuration
3.
Select a user number followed by # (EG: User 5)
4.
Press [0] followed by # to disable user
5.
1 star, moves back to user configuration menu
nd
2 star, moves back to system configuration menu
rd
3 star, moves back to main menu.
th
4 star, disconnects session
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User Area – configuration
How to: Remove area control from a specific user
Step Example
Remove control of area 2 from user 4.
In this example, it is presumed a total of two areas only exist and user 4
has control of both areas..
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
[PIN]
2.
Press [0] for system configuration menu
Press [1] for user configuration menu
Press [2] for user area configuration
3.
Select a user number followed by #. (EG user 4)
4.
Press the area number to change selection, (EG: deselects area 2)
(area / areas can be toggled on / off)
5.
1 star, moves back to user configuration menu
nd
2 star, moves back to system configuration menu
rd
3 star, moves back to main menu.
th
4 star, disconnects session
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Note: User PIN, creating, deleting
Your control panel determines the number of available user PIN codes, contact your service
provider to confirm available user PIN codes on your system.
If you attempt to enter a user PIN code in your security system that is being used by another user,
your ComNav will announce PIN code has failed, simply select another PIN code.
Keep user PIN information in a safe place and do not disclose your PIN to others
Note: User area configuration
The system must be disarmed before accessing user configuration.
Do not remove all areas from a users area control. Use extreme caution when modifying a user
with master code authority.
The system must be disarmed before accessing user configuration.
Do not remove all areas from a users area control. Use extreme caution when modifying a user
with master code authority
User Authority – configuration
How to: Configure User Authority
Step Example
Change user 6 to a master code.
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
[PIN]
2.
Press [0] for system configuration menu
Press [1] for user configuration menu
Press [3] for user authority configuration
3.
Select a user number followed by #. (EG User 6)
4.
Press the option number (from 1 ~ 8) to change selection.
(EG: option 4 = Master code)
Refer to table 1 below for complete list of selectable user authority
options
5.
1 star, moves back to user configuration menu
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2 star, moves back to system configuration menu
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3 star, moves back to main menu.
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4 star, disconnects session
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Table 1.
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User Authority Options Selection Table
Reserved
Arm / disarm code
Arm Only
Allowed to bypass zones
Arm only after close window
User code will send open, close
reports
Master code authority
Must not be be selected.
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Menu 0 - System Configuration
0.1
User Configuration
0.2
Time & Date
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.2.1 Time
0.2.2 Date
Area Entry Time
Area Exit Time
Phone number configuration
Voice message recording
Time and Date Configuration
Having the correct time and date is essential for accurate reviewing of the internal log.
VoiceNav code pads can also be configured to announce the time and date whenever the system
is armed or disarmed.
How to: Configure the Time and Date
Step Example
1.
Setting the time as 9.30AM, and the date as 19.6.2010
[PIN]
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
2.
Press [0] for system configuration menu
Press [2] for time and date configuration menu
Press [1] for time configuration
3.
Select the hours value from 1 ~ 12, followed by #. (EG 9 O’Clock)
4.
Selects the minutes value, followed by #. (EG: 30 Minutes)
5.
Press 1, to set AM time. (EG: AM time)
Press 2, to set PM time
Time change is complete, move to step 6 only if you wish to
change the date, otherwise move directly to step 10 and exit the
system.
6.
Press [2] to configure the date
7.
Select the day value from 1 ~ 31, followed by # (EG: 19 day)
8.
Select the month value from 1 ~ 12, followed by #. (EG: June 6
month)
9.
Select a 4 digit year value, followed by #. (EG year 2010)
10.
1 star, moves back to system configuration menu
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2 star, moves back to main menu
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3 star, disconnects session
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Menu 0 - System Configuration
0.1
User Configuration
0.2
Time & Date
0.3
Area Entry Time
0.4
Area Exit Time
0.5
Phone number configuration
0.6
Voice message recording
Area Entry time Configuration
Area Entry time – Independent entry times can be assigned for up to eight areas, values are from
10 seconds to 255 seconds
How to: Adjust the area Entry time
Step Example
1.
Adjust area entry times
[PIN]
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
2.
Press [0] for system configuration menu
Press [3] for area entry times
3.
Select an area number to configure. (from 1 ~ 8)
4.
Select a new area entry time (10 ~ 255 seconds) followed by #.
5.
1 star, moves back to step 3, select an area number to configure
nd
2 star, moves back to system configuration menu
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3 star, moves back to main menu.
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4 star, disconnects session
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Menu 0
- System Configuration
0.1 User Configuration
0.2 Time & Date
0.3 Area Entry Time
0.4 Area Exit Time
0.5 Phone number configuration
0.6 Voice message recording
Area Exit time Configuration
Area Exit time – Independent entry times can be assigned for up to eight areas, values are from
10 seconds to 255 seconds
How to: Adjust the area Exit time
Step Example
1.
Adjust area entry times
[PIN]
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
2.
Press [0] for system configuration menu
Press [4] for area exit times
3.
Select an area number to configure. (from 1 ~ 8)
4.
Select a new area exit time (10 ~ 255 seconds) followed by #.
5.
1 star, moves back to step 3, select an area number to configure
nd
2 star, moves back to system configuration menu
rd
3 star, moves back to main menu.
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4 star, disconnects session
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Menu 0 - System Configuration
0.1
User Configuration
0.2
Time & Date
0.3
Area Entry Time
0.4
Area Exit Time
0.5
Phone number configuration
0.6
0.5.1
Alarm phone number One
0.5.2
Alarm phone number Two
0.5.3
Alarm phone number Three
0.5.4
Divert phone number One
0.5.5
Divert phone number Two
0.5.6
Divert phone number Three
0.5.7
0.5.8
0.5.9
SMS phone number One
SMS phone number Two
SMS phone number Three
Voice message recording
Alarm, Divert & SMS Phone Number Configuration
Alarm phone numbers 1, 2 and 3 will receive a voice message upon the activation of certain events
from within the security system. Selected events are global, and will be mapped to all of the three
phone numbers. Events are selected by your security provider at the time of installation, or
are accessible via the ComNav web interface.
Divert phone numbers 1, 2 and 3 will be called when an intercom call is initiated from an outdoor
station. The outdoor station must be interfaced with the Hills Reliance security system via the
ComNav. The Hills Reliance security system must also be in the armed condition
SMS phone numbers 1, 2 and 3 will be sent text messages, upon the activation of certain events
from within the security system. Selected events are not global, and can be mapped to any or all of
the three phone numbers. Events are selected by your security provider at the time of installation,
or are accessible via the ComNav web interface
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Create – Alarm, Divert & SMS Phone Numbers
How to: Enter Phone Numbers.
Step Example
Enter Alarm or Divert or SMS phone numbers
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
2.
[PIN]
Press [0] for system configuration menu
Press [5] for phone number configuration
Select the phone number you are editing
Press 1, to configure alarm phone number 1
Press 2, to configure alarm phone number 2
Press 3, to configure alarm phone number 3
3.
Press 4, to configure divert phone number 1
Press 5, to configure divert phone number 2
Press 6, to configure divert phone number 3
Press 7, to configure SMS phone number 1
Press 8, to configure SMS phone number 2
Press 9, to configure SMS phone number 3
4.
Select a new alarm / divert / SMS phone number, followed by #
st
5.
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Delete – Alarm, Divert & SMS Phone Numbers
How to: Delete Phone Numbers.
Step Example
Delete Alarm or Divert or SMS phone numbers
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
2.
[PIN]
Press [0] for system configuration menu
Press [5] for phone number configuration
Select the number you are editing
Press 1, to configure alarm phone number 1
Press 2, to configure alarm phone number 2
Press 3, to configure alarm phone number 3
3.
Press 4, to configure divert phone number 1
Press 5, to configure divert phone number 2
Press 6, to configure divert phone number 3
Press 7, to configure SMS phone number 1
Press 8, to configure SMS phone number 2
Press 9, to configure SMS phone number 3
4.
Press 0 followed by # to disable alarm / divert / SMS phone number
st
5.
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Menu 0 - System Configuration
0.1
User Configuration
0.2
Time & Date
0.3
Area Entry Time
0.4
Area Exit Time
0.5
Phone number configuration
0.6
Voice message recording
0.6.1
0.6.2
0.6.3
0.6.4
0.6.5
0.6.6
0.6.7
0.6.8
To record an exit message
To record an entry message
To record a user name
To record or configure a zone name
To record or configure an area name
To record or configure an output name
To record or configure a room name
To record a system name
Voice message recording
This is the recording centre for user names, zone names, area names, output names, room names
and system names. The voice message-recording menu also offers an alternant location for the
recording of entry and exit messages (previously described under menu 5 – Message bank).
Once recorded, a system name will be announced every time a new dial in session is established
with the ComNav. This is ideal when monitoring multiple sites.
Apart from voice recordings, zones, areas, outputs and rooms can be configured using prerecorded words from the word library. You may string up to eight words together to achieve your
desired description.
Please note that voice recording is limited to the first 64 zones, pre-recorded library words must be
used for all additional zones above zone 64.
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Exit Message Recording
How to: Record an Exit message
Step Example
To record a new eit message, from the Voice message recording menu
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
[PIN]
2.
Press [0] for system configuration menu
Press [6] for voice message recording
Press [1] to record an exit message
3.
Press #, to record a new exit message
4.
Record 10 second exit message after the beep
5.
1 star, moves back to voice message recording menu
nd
2 star, moves back to system configuration menu
rd
3 star, moves back to main menu
th
4 star, disconnects session
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Entry message Recording
How to: Record an Exit message
Step Example
To record a new eit message, from the Voice message recording menu
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
[PIN]
2.
Press [0] for system configuration menu
Press [6] for voice message recording
Press [2] to record an exit message
3.
Press #, to record a new exit message
4.
Record 10 second exit message after the beep
5.
1 star, moves back to voice message recording menu
nd
2 star, moves back to system configuration menu
rd
3 star, moves back to main menu
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4 star, disconnects session
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User Name – Voice Recording
How to: Record a user name
Step Example
To record a new user name, and add this new recording to connected
VoiceNav code pads.
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
[PIN]
2.
Press [0] for system configuration menu
Press [6] for voice message recording
Press [3] to record or configure a user name
3.
Select a user number to record, followed by #
4.
Press #, to record a new user name
5.
Record 3 second user name after the beep
6.
1 star, moves back to step 4, (select a user number to record)
nd
2 star, moves back to voice message recording menu
rd
3 star, moves back to main menu
th
4 star, disconnects session
st
Note: If your system is configured with VoiceNav code pads, you will be prompted to either copy
changed recordings or copy all recordings when exiting this menu. Copy changed recordings, will
only add the latest recordings whilst selecting copy-all recordings will overwrite all recordings, new
and old. Please contact your security provider to verify how your system is configured.
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Zone Name – Voice Recording
How to: Record a zone name
Step Example
To record a new zone name, and add this new recording to connected
VoiceNav code pads.
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
[PIN]
2.
Press [0] for system configuration menu
Press [6] for voice message recording
Press [4] to record or configure a zone
3.
Select a zone number to record or configure, followed by #
4.
Press #, to record a new zone name
5.
Record 3 second zone name after the beep
6.
1 star, moves back to step 4, (select a zone number to record)
nd
2 star, moves back to voice message recording menu
rd
3 star, moves back to main menu
th
4 star, disconnects session
st
Zone Name – library word configuration
To configure a zone name using words from the word library (page 55) instead of recording your
own voice, replace steps 4 and 5 above with the following steps. Example: Dining room sensor
Up to eight library words can be strung together to achieve your desired phrase.
4.
Press [2], To configure a new zone name
5
Select library word one, followed by #. (EG: Dining = word 53)
Select library word two, followed by #. (EG: Room = word 117)
Select library word three, followed by #. (EG: Sensor = word 121)
Note: If your system is configured with VoiceNav code pads, you will be prompted to either copy
changed recordings or copy all recordings when exiting this menu. Copy changed recordings, will
only add the latest recordings whilst selecting copy-all recordings will overwrite all recordings, new
and old. Please contact your security provider to verify how your system is configured.
For multiple recordings, press * once at step 6, which will take you back to step 4, this will allow
additional recordings without exiting the system
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Area Name – Voice Recording
How to: Record a area name
Step Example
To record a new area name, and add this new recording to connected
VoiceNav code pads.
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
[PIN]
2.
Press [0] for system configuration menu
Press [6] for voice message recording
Press [5] to record or configure a area name
3.
Select a area number to record or configure, followed by #
4.
Press #, to record a new area name
5.
Record 3 second area name after the beep
6.
1 star, moves back to step 4, (select a area number to record)
nd
2 star, moves back to voice message recording menu
rd
3 star, moves back to main menu
st
Area Name – library word configuration
To configure a area name using words from the word library (page 55) instead of recording your
own voice, replace steps 4 and 5 above with the following steps. Example: Warehouse
Up to eight library words can be strung together to achieve your desired phrase.
4.
Press [2], To configure a new area name
5
Select library word one, followed by #. (EG: Warehouse = word 145)
Note: If your system is configured with VoiceNav code pads, you will be prompted to either copy
changed recordings or copy all recordings when exiting this menu. Copy changed recordings, will
only add the latest recordings whilst selecting copy-all recordings will overwrite all recordings, new
and old. Please contact your security provider to verify how your system is configured.
For multiple recordings, press * once at step 6, which will take you back to step 4, this will allow
additional recordings without exiting the system
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Output Name – Voice Recording
How to: Record an output name
Step Example
To record a output name, and add this new recording to connected
VoiceNav code pads.
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
[PIN]
2.
Press [0] for system configuration menu
Press [6] for voice message recording
Press [6] to record or configure a output name
3.
Select a output number to record or configure, followed by #. (from 1~ 16)
4.
Press #, to record a new output name
5.
Record 3 second output name after the beep
6.
1 star, moves back to step 4, (select a output number to record)
nd
2 star, moves back to voice message recording menu
rd
3 star, moves back to main menu
st
Output Name – library word configuration
To configure an output name using words from the word library (page 55) instead of recording your
own voice, replace steps 4 and 5 above with the following steps. Example: East side light
Up to eight library words can be strung together to achieve your desired phrase.
4.
Press [2], To configure a new zone name
5
Select library word one, followed by #. (EG: East = word 58)
Select library word two, followed by #. (EG: Side = word 125)
Select library word three, followed by #. (EG: Light = word 95)
Note: If your system is configured with VoiceNav code pads, you will be prompted to either copy
changed recordings or copy all recordings when exiting this menu. Copy changed recordings, will
only add the latest recordings whilst selecting copy-all recordings will overwrite all recordings, new
and old. Please contact your security provider to verify how your system is configured.
For multiple recordings, press * once at step 6, which will take you back to step 4, this will allow
additional recordings without exiting the system
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Room Name – Voice Recording
How to: Record a room name
Step Example
To record a room name, and add this new recording to connected
VoiceNav code pads.
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
[PIN]
2.
Press [0] for system configuration menu
Press [6] for voice message recording
Press [7] to record or configure a room name
3.
Select a output number to record or configure, followed by #. (from 1~ 16)
4.
Press #, to record a new room name
5.
Record 3 second room name after the beep
6.
1 star. Move back to step 4, (select a room number to record)
nd
2 star, moves back to voice message recording menu
rd
3 star, moves back to main menu
st
Room Name – library word configuration
To configure a room name using words from the word library (page 55) instead of recording your
own voice, replace steps 4 and 5 above with the following steps. Example: Bedroom 1.
Up to eight library words can be strung together to achieve your desired phrase.
4.
Press [2], To configure a new zone name
5
Select library word one, followed by #. (EG: Bedroom = word 38)
Select library word two, followed by #. (EG: One = word 1)
Note: If your system is configured with VoiceNav code pads, you will be prompted to either copy
changed recordings or copy all recordings when exiting this menu. Copy changed recordings, will
only add the latest recordings whilst selecting copy-all recordings will overwrite all recordings, new
and old. Please contact your security provider to verify how your system is configured.
For multiple recordings, press * once at step 6, which will take you back to step 4, this will allow
additional recordings without exiting the system
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System Name – Voice Recording
How to: Record a system name to the ComNav
Step Example
To record a system name for the ComNav.
1.
Call the ComNav via an offsite touch-tone phone to begin the session.
[PIN]
2.
Press [0] for system configuration menu
Press [6] for voice message recording
Press [8] for system name recording
3.
Press #, to record a new message
4.
Record 3 second room name after the beep
5.
1 star. Moves back to voice message recording menu
nd
2 star, moves back to main menu
st
Note: This menu will only be presented if your system is configured with
VoiceNav code pads, otherwise proceed directly to step 8.
6.
Press [1], to copy changed recordings
Press [2], to copy all recordings
7.
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Accessing the ComNav –
Via the onboard Web Server
The ComNav has an onboard web server that offers a very friendly interface for users to carryout
system maintenance and control over their LAN or WAN. Please speak with your security provider
regarding how your system has been configured.
Navigating to the ComNav
To navigate to the ComNav, open your web browser and enter the ComNavs IP address directly
into the browsers, Example as per diagram 1. Depending on setup, you may also be able to
navigate directly to the ComNav by entering “ComNav” directly into the browsers address window
as per figure Diagram 2.
Diagram 1
Diagram 2
Note: SSL or Secure Sockets Layer, is a security protocol for communications over networks such
as the Internet. If SSL is enabled your URL will begin with https: instead of http: You will also
receive a warning window “There is a problem with this websites security certificate”, choose
“continue to this website” to connect to the ComNav.
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Welcome page
When successfully connected, the ComNav will serve up the “welcome page”. To access the main
menu enter the required user name and password as supplied by your security provider.
User name:
…………………
Password:
…………………
Note: Username is case sensitive
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Access levels
There are two access levels available to users, master code or standard user codes. Master codes
have greater authority and are able to access more features, the two different menus are shown
below.
Main Login Menu (Web) – Master User Code
Logout
Status and Control
Voice Reporting
Welcome to the ComNav
Configuration Server!
This page is being served by the ComNav at the address specified. To
configure a specific item select from the list to the left.
Users
SMS Reporting
Call Divert
Email Reporting
Main Login Menu (Web) – Standard User Code
Logout
Status and Control
Welcome to the ComNav
Configuration Server!
This page is being served by the ComNav at the address specified. To
configure a specific item select from the list to the left.
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Status and Area Control
Logout
Status and Control
Voice Reporting
Users
SMS Reporting
Call Divert
Email Reporting
This menu allows for easy operation of the Hills Reliance security system, from arming and
disarming individual areas to reviewing the systems 185 event log.
Up to 8 active areas can be displayed, and control can be individual or as a group. Active areas will
be populated on the buttons on the right, with the screen shot above showing only one active area,
with all zones secure and disarmed.
To arm (turn on) an individual area/s, click on the area number/s in the “On Away Mode” row. To
fully arm all areas, click the “All” button in the “On Away Mode” row. The corresponding area
number/s will illuminate red indicating a successful arm of that area.
To stay arm (partially turn on) an individual area/s, click on the area number in the “On Stay Mode”
row. To stay arm all areas, click the “All” button in the “On Stay Mode” row. The corresponding area
number/s will illuminate yellow indicating a successful stay arm of that area.
To disarm area/s from either the stay or away arming modes, click on the area number to be
disarmed in the “Off” row. To disarm all areas, click the “All” button in the “Off” row. The
corresponding area number/s will stop illuminating red indicating a successful disarm of that area.
Area number
showing
Green
Yellow
Red
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Area is active, but some zones are not secure
Area is active, and all zones are secure
Area is armed in the stay mode
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Prev – (Previous) will display the previous consecutive event from the internal event log to what is
currently displayed.
Next – Will display the next consecutive event from the internal event log to what is currently
displayed.
Most Recent – Will display the current (latest) existing event from the internal event log.
Current System faults will be displayed in the System Status window and the systems past 185
event log can be accessed via the “prev” (previous) button in the event history window.
Voice Reporting
Logout
Status and Control
Voice Reporting
Users
SMS Reporting
Call Divert
Email Reporting
Alarm phone numbers 1, 2 and 3 will receive a voice message upon the selected event in the Voice
event window being enabled and activated. The voice events are global for all three alarm phone
numbers.
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Users
Logout
Status and Control
Voice Reporting
Users
SMS Reporting
Call Divert
Email Reporting
The user configuration menu is where user PIN codes are assigned to users, a user code is used
to arm and disarm areas within your security system. They are generally four digits in length, but
can be configured to be six digits in length if this level of security is required (contact your security
provider to enable 6 digit PINs). The user configuration menu is where you also assign area
control and adjust authorisation levels to each user. Assigning areas to users, determines which
sections (areas) of the security system a user may access. The authorisation level determines the
options available to that user, user authorisation is where you would alter and increase a users
authority to become a Master Code. Master codes can only create, delete or modify user codes
with equal or less authority than themselves.
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SMS Reporting
Logout
Status and Control
Voice Reporting
Users
SMS Reporting
Call Divert
Email Reporting
SMS phone numbers 1, 2 and 3 will receive a SMS message upon the selected event in the
associated SMS event window being enabled and activated. Enter the SMS server phone number
and the mobile numbers that are to receive SMS messages. Individual user names can be
reported if entered under the “Users” tab of this web interface.
Use Telstra's SMS Service for sending SMS to mobile phones via phone line Modem. This option is
charged to your originating line as a timed mobile call. Other companies may provide a similar
service, Please consult the relevant company for details of their charges and to confirm
connection details.
Phone Number: 125107
User Arming:
Panic Button on code pad:
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SMS Examples
9Feb 2010 16:14:48
Account XXXX – Turn On
Area 1 –Fred
9Feb 2010 16:14:48
Account XXXX – Code pad panic
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Call Divert
Logout
Status and Control
Voice Reporting
Users
SMS Reporting
Call Divert
Divert phone numbers 1, 2 and 3 will be called when an intercom call is
initiated from an outdoor station. The outdoor station must be interfaced
with the Hills Reliance security system via the ComNav. The Hills Reliance
security system must be in the armed condition for call divert to operate.
Email Reporting
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Email Reporting – Only experienced persons should attempt to configure this page,
please contact your system administrator for correct settings.
Logout
Status and Control
Voice Reporting
Users
SMS Reporting
Call Divert
Email Reporting
SSL: SSL or Secure Sockets Layer, is a security protocl for communications over networks such as
the Internet.
SMTP Server: ISPs outgoing mail server address, either their actual IP address or their domain
name.
Port: Selected port used for outgoing mail
User Name & Password: As required by your SMTP Server
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Return address: This setting specifies the From and Reply-to email address to use with system
generated emails. With the increase in spam on the internet, many email servers will not accept
emails without a valid From or Reply-to address, therefore we strongly recommend filling this field
out.
Email addresses 1, 2 and 3: Enter up to three the Email address, which will receive Emails
upon the selected event in the associated email window being activated.
Email Reporting – examples
Email Examples
User Arming:
Panic Button on code pad:
Turn on Away Mode Area 1 Fred
Time: 11:55 AM
Date: 19 Jun
Codepad Panic Alarm Area 1
Time: 11:55 AM
Date: 19 Jun
System Status Message Table
System Status Messages Table
Zone Number / Zone Name
In Alarm – This zone has triggered a system alarm condition
Is bypassed – This zone is isolated (disabled) and will not activate an alarm
Chime is set – This zone is part of the chime group
Is not secure – This zone is not closed
Fire alarm – This zone has triggered a fire alarm
Tamper – This zone has triggered a tamper alarm
Trouble fault – This zone has an open circuit
Loss of wireless supervision – This zone is a wireless device and has lost its
communication link with the control panel
Low battery – This zone is a wireless device and needs its battery changed
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Area Number / Area Name
Is On in the away mode – This area is armed in the away mode
Is On in the stay mode – This area is armed in the stay mode
Is ready – This area is secure and ready to be armed
Is not ready – This area is NOT ready to be armed, a zone is not secure
All areas are on in the away mode – All areas in this multi partition system are
armed in the away mode
All areas are on in the stay mode – All areas in this multi partition system are
armed in the stay mode
All areas are ready – All areas in this multi partition system are secure and
ready to be armed
System
AC power fail – The security system has lost its electricity power
Low battery – The security system’s back up battery requires charging
Battery test fail – The security system’s back up battery requires changing
Box tamper – The security system’s cabinet tamper input has activated
Siren trouble – The security system’s external siren has a problem
Over current – The security system is drawing too much current
Time and date loss The security system time and date need resetting
Communication fault – The security system has detected a problem with the
phone line
Expander
Low battery – A remote power supply’s back up battery requires charging
AC power fail – A remote power supply has lost its electricity power
Box tamper – An expander’s cabinet tamper input has activated
Code Pad
Fire alarm – A fire alarm has been activated at the code pad
Panic – A panic alarm has been activated at the code pad
Medical – A medical alarm has been activated at the code pad
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Word Library
1
One
39
Boat
77
Gun
115
Remote
2
Two
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Cabinet
78
Hall
116
Roof
3
Three
41
Car park
79
Hallway
117
Room
4
Four
42
Ceiling
80
Heat
118
Rumpus
5
Five
43
Cellar
81
Heating
119
Safe
6
Six
44
Child’s
82
Hold-up
120
Security
7
Seven
45
Alert
83
Home
121
Sensor
8
Eight
46
Closet
84
Home theatre
122
Shed
9
Nine
47
Computer
85
Infrared
123
Shock
10
Ten
48
Cool
86
Inside
124
Shop
11
Eleven
49
Curtain
87
Instant
125
Side
12
Twelve
50
Data
88
Interior
126
Skylight
13
Thirteen
51
Den
89
Key switch
127
Sliding
14
Fourteen
52
Detector
90
Keychain
128
Small
15
Fifteen
53
Dining
91
Kitchen
129
Smoke
16
Sixteen
54
Door
92
Large
130
South
17
Seventeen
55
Downstairs
93
Laundry
131
Stairs
18
Eighteen
56
Driveway
94
Lift
132
Storage
19
Nineteen
57
Duress
95
Light
133
Study
20
Twenty
58
East
96
Living
134
Temperature
21
Thirty
59
emergency
97
location
135
tennis
22
Forty
60
Exterior
98
Master
136
Toilet
23
Fifty
61
Family
99
Medicine
137
Training
24
Sixty
62
Fan
100
Meeting
138
TV
25
Seventy
63
Fence
101
Motion
139
Upstairs
26
Eighty
64
Fire
102
Night
140
User
27
Ninety
65
Forced, arm
103
North
141
Utility
28
Hundred
66
Foyer
104
Nursery
142
Volt
29
Thousand
67
Freezer
105
Office
143
Veranda
30
Air conditioner
68
Front
106
Output
144
Wall
31
Area
69
Games
107
Outside
145
Warehouse
32
Attic
70
Garage
108
Panic
146
Water
33
Automatic
71
Gas
109
Pantry
147
West
34
Auxiliary
72
Gate
110
Partial
148
Window
35
Back
73
Glass
111
Perimeter
149
Windows
36
Basement
74
Glass break
112
Pool
150
Wireless
37
Bathroom
75
Ground
113
Rear
151
Yard
38
Bedroom
76
Guest
114
Reception
152
Zone
153
Gym
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