Alarm Control Panel CA-5
CA-5
Alarm Control Panel
GDAŃSK
POLAND
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USER MANUAL
WARNING
In order to avoid any operational problems with the control panel, it is recommended that
you become familiar with this manual before you start using the equipment.
Making any construction changes or unauthorized repairs is prohibited. This applies, in
particular, to modification of assemblies and components. Maintenance or repair
operations should be performed by authorized personnel (i.e. the installer or factory
service).
Telephone terminals of the panel should be connected to PSTN lines only. Connecting to
ISDN lines may lead to damage of the equipment.
In case of upgrading the PSTN line to ISDN, system owner should contact the installer.
Pay special attention if the telephone line used by the control panel is frequently busy
and/or failures are reported concerning the line and/or monitoring. Report such situations
to the alarm system installer immediately.
CAUTION!
The alarm system is fitted with a battery. After expiry of its service, the battery must not be
thrown away, but disposed of as required by the existing regulations (European Union
Directives 91/157/EEC and 93/86/EEC).
Latest EC declaration of conformity and product approval certificates can
be downloaded from our Web site www.satel.pl
Definitions of some technical terms as used in this manual:
• Service mode – the control panel condition which permits calling of the service
functions and programming of the security system parameters.
• User function mode – the control panel condition which permits performing the user
code protected functions (which are described herein).
CONTENTS
TECHNICAL RELIABILITY OF THE SECURITY SYSTEM ................................................ 2
ALARM SYSTEM OPERATING COSTS ............................................................................ 2
GENERAL FEATURES....................................................................................................... 2
OPERATION ....................................................................................................................... 3
LED Functions ..............................................................................................................................4
Status of Control Panel Armed Zones ...........................................................................................5
Conditions Signaled Acoustically in the Keypad ............................................................................5
Events Signaled on the OUT1 Output ...........................................................................................6
User Access Codes.......................................................................................................................6
Armed Mode of the Control Panel .................................................................................................6
FULL ARMED MODE ......................................................................................................................................6
SILENT ARMED MODE ..................................................................................................................................6
PARTIAL ARMED MODE WITH NO EXIT FROM THE SITE .........................................................................7
Arming
[CODE][#] ....................................................................................................................7
Quick Arming [0][#].....................................................................................................................7
Disarming and Alarm Clearing [CODE][#]...................................................................................8
Remote Arming/Disarming and Clearing Alarm .............................................................................8
„HOLD DOWN” USER FUNCTIONS.................................................................................. 8
Alarm Memory Review [5] .........................................................................................................9
Trouble Memory Review [6].......................................................................................................9
Current Trouble Check-out [7] .................................................................................................10
Switching the Chime On/Off [8] ................................................................................................11
Fire Alarm [*] ............................................................................................................................11
Auxiliary Alarm [0] ....................................................................................................................11
Panic Alarm [#] ........................................................................................................................11
USER FUNCTIONS accessible with ACCESS CODE .................................................... 12
LED keypad ...................................................................................................................................................12
LCD keypad...................................................................................................................................................12
Change access code [CODE][*][1][#] .......................................................................................13
Add User
[CODE][*][2][#] ........................................................................................................13
Erase User
[CODE][*][3][#].....................................................................................................14
Bypass zones [CODE][*][4][#] ..................................................................................................14
Arm Silent [CODE][*][5][#] ........................................................................................................15
Set time [CODE][*][6][#] ...........................................................................................................16
MONO outputs [CODE][*][7][#].................................................................................................18
BI outputs [CODE][*][8][#] ........................................................................................................18
Power Supply Reset [CODE][*][9][#] ........................................................................................18
Start Download [CODE][*][0][#] ................................................................................................18
Events.........................................................................................................................................19
TECHNICAL RELIABILITY OF THE SECURITY SYSTEM
The security system is built of technical devices, the reliability of which is vital for
effectiveness of the site protection. The security system elements are exposed to a variety
of outside factors, including the weather conditions (outside signaling devices), lightning
(overhead telephone lines, power lines, outside signaling devices), mechanical damage
(keypads, detectors. etc.). Maintaining a high level of the security system reliability is only
possible by current control of the functioning of particular devices.
The control panel is equipped with a number of safeguards and auto diagnostic functions
intended for testing the system reliability. The control panel signals trouble detection by
switching on the TROUBLE LED on the keypad. Such a situation requires an immediate
response and, if necessary, consultation with the installer.
It is necessary to periodically test the security system functioning. Make sure that the
control panel reacts to violation of individual detectors, that their field of vision is not
blocked, that there is a reaction to the opening of protected doors and windows, and that
the functioning of signaling devices and telephone monitoring is correct.
The installer gives specific instructions on how the system should be controlled. Periodic
commissioning of the installer's maintenance service is recommended.
The user, in his own interest, should predict unexpected alarm conditions and plan
adequate procedures. It is vital to be able to verify the alarm, to determine its source
based on the keypad information, and to take appropriate measures, e.g. organizing
evacuation.
ALARM SYSTEM OPERATING COSTS
The main task of the control panel is signaling and efficient reporting of alarm situations
and, in the case of the monitoring function, keeping the monitoring station informed about
the protected facility status. Performance of these functions is to a large extent based on
the use of a telephone line, which entails generating certain costs. Generally, the level of
costs incurred by the alarm system owner depends on the amount of information the
control panel has to transfer to the monitoring station. A failure of the telephone links, as
well as incorrect programming of the control panel, may to a large degree increase these
costs. Such a situation is usually related to an excessive number of connections made.
The installer can adjust functioning of the alarm system to the specific conditions and kind
of the protected site, however it is the user who should decide if his or her priority is
transferring information at any price, or, if some technical problems occur, the control
panel is allowed to skip some events, the reception of which has not been confirmed by
the monitoring station.
GENERAL FEATURES
The CA-5 alarm control panel is an advanced, microprocessor base device designed for
burglary and assault alarm systems. It is characterized by a simplicity of operation,
legibility of information for the user, and a high operational reliability. It has been fitted with
a telephone communicator (dialer) which enables the security system to operate together
with a monitoring station.
The control panel is intended for a variety of sites, including apartments, detached houses,
warehouses, stores, kiosks, etc.
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OPERATION
This manual contains description of operating the CA-5 alarm control panel by means of
the LED-M keypad.
Basic operation of the security system comes down to arming and disarming the system
(supervision), and to adequate reaction to the information the control panel may signal on
the keypad.
By means of the control panel keypad, it is possible to trigger special alarms (PANIC,
FIRE, HELP), to bypass the incoming lines, to establish communication with the service
computer, and also to control external electrical equipment, such as: electromagnetic lock,
fan, lighting, etc.
The keypad provides information on the security system status by means of 10 light
emitting diodes (LED) and audible signals.
The LCD keypad provides information on the alarm system status by means of a liquidcrystal display (2x16 characters), 3 light emitting diodes (LEDs), as well as audible signals.
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Figure 1. LED keypads.
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Figure 2. CA-5 LCD keypad
There are available two version of LCD keypads (CA-5 KLCD-L and CA-5 KLCD-S) that
differ in the dimension and the size of display.
The keypad and the display backlight illumination can be permanent or switched on
automatically by pressing a key, or, alternatively, by violation of any control panel zone
when armed – the mode of backlight operation should be determined by the installer.
The number key letters help the user memorize a code by associating it with a particular
word (e.g. the „[5][6][2][7][2]” code corresponds to the word „KOBRA”).
LED Functions
Some of the LEDs are mounted only in the LED keypads type – their tasks are performed
by LCD display.
• ALARM (red) – signals an alarm condition.
• ARMED (green) – indicates the system status:
− blinking (with the ALARM diode off) - countdown of the exit delay time,
− on - the zone is armed.
• 1÷5 – the status of control panel armed zones:
−
−
−
−
−
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off - the zone is free (not violated)
on - the zone is violated
on with short extinguishing every 2 seconds - the zone anti-tampering circuit is violated
fast blinking - the zone caused an alarm condition
blinking every 2 seconds - the zone anti-tampering circuit has caused an alarm
slow blinking - the zone is bypassed
• POWER (green) – indicates the control panel power supply status:
− on - power supply and battery OK
− blinking - low battery
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− off - no mains power
• TROUBLE (yellow) – blinks when the control panel detects a technical problem or a
monitoring problem.
• PROGRAM (red) – indicates the control panel operation in programming mode:
− on – service mode (additionally, a short beep every 3 seconds) – pressing successively
the [0][#] keys will cause return to the normal operation mode
− slowly blinking – user function mode
− fast blinking – programming of a function has been called (service or user one); the
alarm or trouble review function has been activated (HOLD DOWN).
Status of Control Panel Armed Zones
The first five characters (counting from the left) in the LCD display lower line indicate the
state of detectors attached to the control panel armed zones. Stated below are the
symbols which may be displayed there, as well as their respective meaning:
‚ - the zone is free (not violated)
¦ - the zone is violated
„ - the zone anti-tampering circuit is violated
a
- the zone caused an alarm condition
s
- the zone anti-tampering circuit has caused an alarm (tamper memory)
b - the zone is bypassed
Conditions Signaled Acoustically in the Keypad
The signals generated to confirm the operation on the keypad:
• one short – confirmation of pressing a key; activation of the review function in the
keypad (HOLD DOWN: 5, 6, 7)
• three short - confirmation of entering the mode of user functions programming;
deactivation of the chime signaling in the keypad (key 8),
• two long - a wrong access code, canceling a function or incorrect data for a function,
• three long - an attempt to arm the system when the control panel is not ready for the
job (violated zones with the activated option of „arming control” - see „Arming”),
refusal to enter the function,
• four short, one long – arming/disarming, entering the service mode, successful
completion of function programming, activating the chime signaling in the keypad.
System events signaling:
• continuous signal – alarm condition,
• intermittent signal - fire alarm,
• one short signal every 3 seconds - entry time countdown; service mode (with the
PROGRAMMING LED on),
• one long signal every 3 seconds - exit time countdown,
• five short signals - "CHIME" zone violated.
Which events are signaled acoustically is determined by the installer.
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Events Signaled on the OUT1 Output
The installer may activate the signaling of arming/disarming and alarm clearing on the
OUT1 output. If this output controls the siren operation, it will generate short sounds
(similarly as with the car alarm systems). The signals have the following meanings :
• one short sound – arming,
• two short sounds – disarming,
• four short sounds – clearing the alarm or disarming and clearing the alarm.
Additionally, the OUT1 output signals the typical situations for the security system:
• continuous signal – burglary alarm,
• intermittent signal 1s/1s – fire alarm.
The installer may select an identical way of signaling for the fire alarm as for the burglary
alarm (i.e. the continuous signal).
User Access Codes
For everyday operation of the system it is necessary to know the user access code (the
access code is a sequence of 4 to 8 digits within the range of 0-9).
Entering of the access code in the control panel consists in pressing the corresponding
keys on the keypad according to the order of the code digits and finishing the full
sequence with the [#] or [*] keys (depending on the intended purpose). The control panel
comes with the factory-set master user access code: 1234 and the service code: 12345.
Using the master user code it is possible to program 5 additional user access codes, or
to delete them if they were programmed before.
The installer can assign specific authority levels to some of the access codes to distinguish
them from the other user codes:
• Access code No. 4 – action under duress (disarming by means of this code results in
sending a special code to the monitoring station). This type of access code cannot be
changed with user function 1;
• Access code No. 5 – permits disarming only when the same access code was used
for arming the system, thus making it possible to control (block) access to the site for
the user who has such an access code at his disposal.
The service code provides access to some of the user functions (besides creating and
deleting the users, and arming or disarming the system).
Armed Mode of the Control Panel
In order to adjust the security system to various situations, the CA-5 control panel offers
several armed modes:
FULL ARMED MODE
The operating mode when detectors connected to the control panel control the protected
site and violation of the protected areas is signaled by the control panel with any available
means (monitoring, signaling devices, keypad).
SILENT ARMED MODE
The supervision mode during which the alarms are transmitted to the monitoring station,
signaled in the keypad, and on the „Keypad alarm” type of output.
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PARTIAL ARMED MODE WITH NO EXIT FROM THE SITE
The supervision mode with automatic bypassing of the zones (detectors) assigned by the
installer. If, after arming the system, the user has not left the site and has not violated the
entry/exit monitoring line during the exit time countdown, the selected zones of the control
panel will be automatically bypassed, and activation of the detectors connected to those
zones will trigger no alarm.
Arming
[CODE][#]
The arming is only possible when the system is signaling no alarm and is not in the armed
mode: the ALARM and ARMED LEDs are off.
In order to arm the system, enter the user access code and confirm it with the [#] key. If
you made a mistake when entering the access code, press the [*] key and re-enter the
code. The access codes should be entered very carefully. Three consecutive mistakes
may trigger the alarm recorded in the events log as the „3 wrong codes alarm”.
If the code is entered correctly and arming is possible, the control panel will confirm the
entry with four short beeps followed by a long one and will get armed. In case the installer
has pre-programmed the „exit delay time”, the ARMED LED will start blinking to indicate
beginning of that time countdown, and arming will take place when the countdown is over.
The LCD keypad will display information about exit time delay.
The installer determines the length of the exit time and the way the audible signaling
works.
EXAMPLE: Arming with the user access code: 39763.
press in turn: [39763] [#]
The control panel may fail to arm the system if:
• the panel is not ready for arming the system: there are zones indicated by the
installer which must not be violated while the system is being armed („arming
control” option) and one of them is being violated – the panel signals this state with
three long beeps. In such a situation, you should wait until all the zones are ready (in
the LED keypad the LEDs 1÷5 will go out; in the LCD keypad – symbols of zone
violation) and then arm the system again (enter the access code). If one of the zones
remains all the time violated (in the LED keypad one of the LEDs 1÷5 is always on, in
the LCD keypad the symbol of zone violation is displayed - it may be caused e.g. by
the detector failure), the armed mode can be activated after bypassing the given
zone (using the function 4);
• the access code is incorrect – this situation is signaled with two long beeps.
Quick Arming
[0][#]
Quick arming without using any access code is possible by consecutive pressing of two
keypad keys:
EXAMPLE:[0][#] - arming
The control panel cannot arm the system when:
• an alarm condition is signaled by the panel (the ALARM LED is blinking);
• the panel is not ready to arm the system - which is signaled by the panel with three
long beeps (see description in the previous paragraph of this manual);
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• the function is disabled by the installer – this situation will be signaled with two long
beeps.
Disarming and Alarm Clearing
[CODE][#]
If the panel is armed (the ARMED LED is on or blinking) and/or it signals an alarm (the
ALARM LED is on or blinking), entering the user access code and confirming it with the [#]
or [*] key will disarm the system and/or clear the alarm. If, while entering the access code,
you make a mistake, press the [*] key and re-enter the code. The control panel will confirm
acceptance of the command by four short beeps and a long one, and by extinguishing the
ARMED LED and/or ALARM LED (if it was on) .
The service code can only clear the tamper alarm or the keyboard alarm when the ARMED
LED is off (the control panel is disarmed).
The panel will not disarm the system or clear the alarm if the access code is wrong.
The user access code No. 5 will not clear the alarm in the armed mode if it has been
assigned a special authority level, and the system was armed by another user.
Refusal to clear the alarm is signaled with three long beeps.
Remote Arming/Disarming and Clearing Alarm
The installer may install in the security system a special remotely controlled radio line, or a
special button, designed for quick arming/disarming of the system or clearing of alarm. For
this purpose, one of the control panel programmable zones is used. The system will be
always armed in this mode (by violation of the zone), irrespective of the status (violation) of
the other zones of the control panel.
The zone can work in two modes:
• bistable - the control panel is armed when the zone is violated, and it is disarmed
when the zone is in its normal mode (not violated),
• monostable – each violation of the zone will change the control panel state to the
opposite one (i.e. it will arm the system when the panel was disarmed, and it will
disarm the system and clear the alarm if the panel was armed (and alarming).
In the monostable mode, the installer may restrict the zone operation to arming only,
while disarming and alarm clearing will require the user access code.
To facilitate remote control of the panel, the installer may activate the signaling of
arming/disarming on the OUT1 alarm output (see: Events Signaled on the OUT1 Output).
„HOLD DOWN” USER FUNCTIONS
The functions are available to every user of the protected site (without using the access
code). They are activated by holding down the function key until audible signal sounds in
the keypad. The first three functions refer to viewing the alarms and troubles. Depending
on the keypads type the viewing are performed differently.
LCD keypad
To start the viewing, call the function and press any of the arrow keys –information will be
display on the most recent alarm condition, referring to function selected. The ([S],[T])
arrow keys on the right side of the keypad allow the user to scroll through the list of events
provided by the alarm control panel. The events are displayed chronologically ([S] - earlier
ones, [T] - later ones).
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ALARM CONTROL PANEL CA-5 LCD
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Figure 2.
An event description contains:
date
time of event
source code (if possible)
name of event
trouble
Event description - example.
- day and month
- hour and minutes
- kpd.
keypad
- zo.n,
n=1,2,..,5 - zone number,
- us.n,
n=1,2,..,5 - ordinary user number
n=6 - master user
n=7 - service
- description in words
The ([W],[X]) arrow keys on the left side of the keypad make it possible to display the user
name (default one or entered into the control panel memory by the installer using the
DLOAD10 computer program). Pressing the same key again will restore the previous
mode of event information display.
Pressing the [*] key terminates the viewing function.
The method of reading information from the LED keypad is described together with
particular functions.
Alarm Memory Review
[5]
Holding down the key (until a single beep is heard) will display information on the most
recent alarm condition. The PROGRAM LED will be blinking, and the LEDs 1-5 will
indicate the cause of the alarm. Pressing any key (except for the [*] key, which gives you
the option to quit the memory log review immediately) displays the previous alarm
conditions, up to the earliest item recorded:
• zone alarms: one of the LEDs 1 to 5 is always lit up (burglary, panic, fire, tamper,
and other alarms, depending on how the zone functions have been set up by the
installer),
• keypad alarms: one of the LEDs is off, and the other LEDs 1 to 5 are on, the
meaning of the extinguished diode being as follows:
LED No
ALARM DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
Fire alarm, keypad
Panic alarm, keypad
Auxiliary alarm, keypad
3 wrong access codes alarm
Keypad tamper alarm (short-circuiting of bus wires,
cutting off of keypad)
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Trouble Memory Review
[6]
This function allows the panel user to review the detailed information on the system trouble
conditions from the panel memory log.
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On depressing and holding down the key (until you hear a single beep), the PROGRAM
LED will start blinking, and the LEDs from 1 to 5 will indicate the type of trouble according
to the list contained in the description of the CURRENT TROUBLE CHECK-OUT function.
The list of detectable troubles consists of two sets of five items each. Troubles relating to
the first set are indicated by the number of a lit up LED, whereas troubles relating to the
second set are indicated by the number of an extinguished LED (one of five).
The previous (earlier) troubles are available for readout by consecutively pressing any key
of the keypad, except for the [*] key which cancels the trouble memory review function.
Current Trouble Check-out
[7]
When the control panel signals a trouble detection (the TROUBLE LED is blinking),
holding down the key (until you hear a single beep) will activate the Current Trouble
Check-out Function. On activating the function, the PROGRAM LED will start blinking, and
the LEDs 1 to 5 will indicate any possible troubles from the first set (list of troubles as per
the table). Pressing any key (except for the [*] key) will change the set of displayed
troubles to the other one, which will be signaled by two short beeps. Consecutive pressing
of any key will display information, alternately, on the first set of troubles and on the
second one. Pressing the [*] key will quit the function.
The meaning of the LEDs is as follows:
LED No.
1
2
3
4
5
FIRST SET OF TROUBLES
230V AC power supply loss
Battery trouble (or F1 fuse)
OUT1 output trouble (F2 fuse)
Power supply outputs trouble (F3 fuse)
Clock loss
SECOND SET OF TROUBLES
1
2
3
4
5
NOTE:
No voltage on telephone line
Problem with access to settings memory
Wrong communication codes (connections
computer blocked for 30 minutes by the panel)
Monitoring trouble
Dialing error
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During the trouble memory review, the extinguished LED No. 3 (a second set
trouble) means „Unsuccessful DWNL (downloading)”. The meaning described in
the table refers to the current trouble check-out only.
DESCRIPTION OF SOME TROUBLE SIGNALING CAUSES
230V AC power supply loss - the control panel is fitted with a backup power supply to
enable a limited time operation without the mains supply; if the AC loss is indicated
despite the electrical installation being OK, you should call the service.
Battery trouble - means that the battery voltage is too low (lower than 12V under load). This
condition may hold for several hours after AC supply loss (or after connecting a
discharged battery). The battery charging time depends on its capacitance (the battery is
charged with direct current of approx. 350mA, the time necessary for testing the battery
status is about 12 minutes). This signaling may also indicate blowing of the F1 fuse.
OUT1 output trouble - no load (e.g.: the siren wires cut off, the F2 fuse blown) or overload
(installation short-circuiting) – usually requires intervention of the service personnel.
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Power supply outputs trouble - information on the installation fault (F3 fuse), requires
intervention of the service personnel (it can be only displayed during the trouble memory
review).
Clock loss - occurs on disconnecting the power supply and restarting the control panel; the
clock and date should be set with the user function 6.
No voltage on telephone line - means cut-off of the telephone line; it may be also caused
by lifting the handset of the telephone connected to the same line for longer than the time
specified by the installer.
Problems with access to settings memory – may occur when the RESET pins on the
control panel main board are shorted. If the pins are open, and connecting the power off
and on does not clear the trouble signaling, intervention of the service personnel is
necessary.
Wrong communication codes – means that during three consecutive communication
sessions with the computer the control panel hanged up after reading three times a wrong
communication code – in such a case, the panel suspends communication with the
computer for 30 minutes (upon answering a call it sends to the computer a message that
the connection capability is disabled and „hangs up”).
Monitoring trouble - this message indicates multiple occupancy of the line, when the
monitoring station does not lift the handset, does not send the invitation signal, or the
confirmation signal after receiving the codes. If this signaling persists, the monitoring is
ineffective and requires intervention of the service personnel or the technicians from
monitoring station.
Dialing error - information on the cause of an unsuccessful telephone connection (lack of the
dialing tone after the handset is lifted, or presence of an intermittent signal instead of the
continuous one). The signaling of trouble will remain on until next successful telephone
connection.
Switching the Chime On/Off
[8]
This function (holding down the key) makes it possible to switch on/off the chime signal
(signaling the violation of selected zones when the control panel is disarmed) from the
keypad. Three short beeps in the keypad confirm switching off the chime signaling
function, whereas four short beeps and a long one mean that the signaling is on.
The installer specifies which zones will generate the chime signal.
Fire Alarm
[* ]
This function makes it possible to trigger the fire alarm from the keypad. The control panel
activates signaling on the OUT1 output in the keypad and sends an appropriate code to
the monitoring station. The function can be disabled by the installer.
Auxiliary Alarm
[0]
The meaning of this alarm is specified depending on the needs. The function may transmit
information on the auxiliary alarm to the monitoring station (it may be, for example, a call
for medical assistance, as it was adopted in the Contact ID monitoring format).
The function may be disabled by the installer.
Panic Alarm
[#]
This function makes it possible to trigger the panic alarm from the keypad. The control
panel activates signaling on the OUT1 output in the keypad and sends an appropriate
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code to the monitoring station. The function can be disabled by the installer or limited to
the keypad and monitoring only (the SILENT panic alarm).
USER FUNCTIONS accessible with ACCESS CODE
If the control panel is not armed and is signaling no alarm, the users can access several
functions useful in everyday operation of the security system.
The user functions described in this section are activated by entering the user access
code and confirming it with the [*] key (not the [#] key as is the case when arming the
system).
LED keypad
The panel confirms entering the user function mode by the slowly blinking „PROGRAM”
diode. Next , press the key with the number of selected function and then the [#] key.
LCD keypad
The panel confirms entering the user functions mode with three short beeps and displays
the two first names out of the currently accessible user functions.
alarm
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cursor of function
selection
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2.Add user
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Fragment of user functions menu - example.
To reach the required menu function, press the key with selected function number, or,
alternatively, move the „´” selection cursor up or down using the [S], [T] keys so that it
indicates the suitable function. The function is activated upon pressing the [#] or [X] keys.
When activated, some functions require that data be entered or selection be made; if this
is the case, the control panel displays a suitable message and waits for the user to take
action.
USER FUNCTIONS MENU:
FUNCTION
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
NAME OF FUNCTION
Change access code
Add user (enters new user code)
Erase user (deletes current user code)
Bypass zones
Arm silent (activates silent armed mode)
Set time (programs panel clock)
MONO outputs (MONO switch on)
BI outputs (BI switch status on/off)
Power supply RESET
Start DWNL (starts panel programming by the phone from service
computer)
Events (only in LCD keypad)
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NOTES:
• The functions 2 and 3 are available to the master user only.
• The „Events” function is available only in the LCD keypad after calling the user
function menu with master user code or service code.
• Pressing the [*] key at any time makes the control panel quit the user function mode.
• Having performed the function (or having refused to perform it), the control panel
always quits the user function mode. To carry out a next function you must re-enter
the access code, confirm it with the [*] key, select the function number and confirm it
by pressing the [#] key.
• Refusal to perform the function is signaled with three long beeps (e.g. after calling
the function 2, when all the access codes are already entered).
Change access code
[CODE][*][1][#]
The function permits changing the access code of the user who has activated the function.
It is only unavailable to the user 4, if a special „duress action” authority level has been
selected for him. Such an access code can only be changed by the master user by
deleting and re-entering it.
Having called the function, enter the new access code and press the [#] key.
In the LED keypad the number of the lit up LED (1-5) indicates which access code is being
changed. When changing the master code or the service code none of the LEDs 1-5 is on.
EXAMPLE: changing the access code from 1234 to 7890.
[1234] [*] - calling the "user function" mode, confirmed with three short beeps and in the LED
keypad additionally slow blinking of the PROGRAM LED,
[1] [#] - calling the "change code" function,
confirmed with two short beeps and in
the LED keypad additionally fast
blinking of the PROGRAM LED (in the
LCD keypad this function may be called
using [►] or [#] keys),
[78[90] [#] - entering the digits of a new code and
accepting it, confirmed with four short
beeps and a long one – return of the
control panel to the normal operating
mode.
Add User
alarm
ALARM CONTROL PANEL CA-5 LCD
1.Change code:
2.Add user
armed
alarm
trouble
ALARM CONTROL PANEL CA-5 LCD
New code:
7890
armed
trouble
[CODE][*][2][#]
This function permits adding new users of the system (i.e. the access codes capable of
controlling the panel operation). It is only available to the Master code user.
As new users are added to the system, they are automatically assigned consecutive
numbers by the panel. If the function is called after the number of entered users has
reached five, the control panel will generate three long beeps and will quit the user
function mode. If any of the codes have been deleted by means of the function 3, the
control panel will allow new user access codes to be entered in their place.
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After calling the function, the control panel waits for entering the new user access code (4
to 8 digits). Afterwards, the [#] key should be pressed.
In the LED keypad the number of the user code being programmed is indicated by blinking
of one of the LEDs 1 to 5. In the LCD keypad the number of the user code is displayed.
EXAMPLE: entering the new user access code = 4938 (master user access code = 7890).
[7890] [*] - calling the "user function" mode, confirmed with three short beeps and in the LED
keypad additionally slow blinking of the PROGRAM LED,
[2] [#] - calling the "enter new user access code" function, confirmed with two short beeps,
and in the LED keypad additionally lighting up of one of LEDs 1-5 and fast blinking
of the PROGRAM LED (in the LCD keypad this function may be called using arrow
keys),
[4938] [#] - entering the new code digits and accepting it, confirmed with four short beeps and a
long one – return of the control panel to the normal operating mode.
Erase User
[CODE][*][3][#]
The purpose of this function is to delete the access codes of existing users if the contents
of their code is lost, or to revoke the current users' authority to operate the security system.
The function is only available to the Master user.
After calling the function, the control panel will light up the LEDs with the numbers of
current user codes. Pressing the key with the digit corresponding to the number of existing
access code will make the given diode go out. In order to delete selected access codes, it
is necessary to extinguish their corresponding diodes and accept the selection with the #
key. The lit up diodes indicate which access codes will remain in the system after quitting
the function.
EXAMPLE: deleting the third and fifth user's access codes (Master user code = 7890).
[7890] [*] - calling the "user function" mode, confirmed with three short beeps and in the LED
keypad additionally slow blinking of the PROGRAM LED,
[3] [#]
[3][5] -
calling the "erase user" function, confirmed with two short beeps, and in the LED
keypad additionally lighting up of LEDs with the numbers of existing codes (e.g.
2,3,4,5) and fast blinking of the PROGRAM LED (in the LCD keypad this function
may be called using arrow keys),
indicating the numbers of deleted
access codes – confirmed in the LED
keypad extinguishing of the LEDs with
numbers 3 and 5 (the LEDs 2 and 4 are
still lit up), in the LCD keypad
disappearing of digits 3 and 5 from the
display (digits 2 and 4 still displaying),
alarm
ALARM CONTROL PANEL CA-5 LCD
Users to leave:
2.4.
armed
trouble
[#] - deleting the selected access codes; four short beeps and a long one signal the end
of the function.
Bypass zones
[CODE][*][4][#]
The function enables bypassing of the zones in order to arm a part of the system or to
bypass malfunctioning detectors in the armed mode.
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After calling the function, press the keys with numbers corresponding to the numbers of
zones to be bypassed (the LEDs corresponding to the selected zones are lit up) and
confirm the selection with the [#] key.
After bypassing the zones and quitting the user function mode, in the LED keypad the
corresponding LEDs start slowly blinking, in the LCD keypad letters “b” will appear on the
display in the fields corresponding to the bypassed zones. The zones will remain bypassed
until the next disarming of the system or their manual unblocking with the same function.
The unblocking consists in extinguishing the LEDs corresponding to the bypassed zones.
Upon arming the system, the indication of bypassed zones is off.
Bypassing the Arm/Disarm type zones makes impossible the remote arming/disarming of
the system, as well as the alarm clearing. This operation must then be performed by
entering the access code from the keypad.
EXAMPLE: bypassing the zones 3 and 4 (user access code = 12321).
[12321] [*] - calling the "user function" mode, confirmed with three short beeps and in the LED
keypad additionally slow blinking of the PROGRAM LED,
[4] [#] - calling the "bypass zones" function, confirmed with two short beeps (in the LCD
keypad this function may be called using arrow keys),
[3][4]
- selecting the numbers of zones to be
bypassed – in the LED keypad the LEDs
3 and 4 will light up, in the LCD keypad
digit 3 and 4 display,
[#] - accepting the entered data - four short
beeps and a long one signal the end of
the function.
alarm
ALARM CONTROL PANEL CA-5 LCD
Zones to bypass:
..34.
trouble
armed
alarm
ALARM CONTROL PANEL CA-5 LCD
8 Jul, 12:23:40
..bb.
armed
Arm Silent
trouble
[CODE][*][5][#]
In the silent armed mode, the alarms are not signaled on the OUT1 output and on the
output programmed as “Alarm to be cleared”. They are only signaled in the keypad and by
sending a message to the monitoring station. The function is unavailable for service.
EXAMPLE: activating the silent armed mode (user code = 1230).
[1230] [*] - calling the "user function" mode, confirmed with three short beeps and in the LED
keypad additionally slow blinking of the PROGRAM LED,
[5] [#] - activating the silent armed mode - four short beeps and a long one signal the end of
the function (in the LCD keypad this function may be called using arrow keys).
NOTE:
If a zone monitored during armed mode activation is violated on calling the
function, the control panel will refuse to perform the function.
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Set time
[CODE][*][6][#]
The function permits setting the control panel clock (day, month, hour). Present year is set
by the installer with the service function. The real indications of time and date ensure
correct interpretation of the events recorded in the panel memory log. The history of
events may be downloaded by means of the LCD keypad or the computer and its program
managing the CA-5 alarm control panel.
The programming procedure is as follows:
- HOURS, MINUTES - acknowledge ([H][H][M][M][#]),
- MONTH, DAY - acknowledge
([M][M][D][D][#]),
The hour should be given in the 24-hour format (with "zero" before the hour less than 10).
It is possible to leave the function earlier after programming the time (the date will remain
unchanged) by pressing the ([#]) key twice.
NOTE: -
In order to reset the „Clock loss” trouble signal, the time and date must be
programmed.
EXAMPLE: programming time: 7:45
and date: 25 July. (user access code = 1230)
[1230] [*] - calling the "user function" mode, confirmed with three short beeps and in the LED
keypad additionally slow blinking of the PROGRAM LED,
[6] [#] - calling the “set time” function confirmed with two short beeps and in the LED keypad
additionally fast blinking of the PROGRAM diode (in the LCD keypad this function
may be called using arrow keys),
[0745] [#] - entering the hours and minutes
confirmed with two short beeps,
[0725] [#] - entering the month and day confirmed
with four short beeps and a long one,
quitting the function.
alarm
ALARM CONTROL PANEL CA-5 LCD
Time (hh:mm):
07:45
armed
alarm
trouble
ALARM CONTROL PANEL CA-5 LCD
Date (mm:dd):
07.25
armed
trouble
The LCD keypad display present time, but in the LED keypad it is possible to check the
current hour and date set in the control panel. In order to check the settings, call the user
function 6 and pressing the [*] key twice look through the digits displayed on the LEDs
(from 2 to 5) as they were programmed. The first digit is displayed immediately on calling
the function.
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Digits are presented in the binary code according to the table:
LED INDICATIONS
LED No.
DIGIT
2
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
3
4
5
- LED off
- LED on
EXAMPLE: checking the time and date of the panel clock (user access code = 1230) next to the keys are shown examples of LED indications.
[1230] [*]
- calling the "user function" mode confirmed with three short beeps and
slow blinking of the PROGRAM diode,
[6] [*]
- calling the number of the „panel clock programming” function confirmed
with two short beeps and fast blinking of the PROGRAM diode. The first
digit (1) is displayed on the LEDs,
[*] [*]
- (5)
[*] [*]
- (3)
[*] [*]
- (9)
[*] [*]
- two long beeps (the LED indications remain unchanged),
NOTE: Pressing the [*][#] keys will quit the function, while for checking the date setting, it is
necessary to press the [#] key.
[#]
- going over to the date checking step (pressing the [#] key - at this
moment - will generate the „Clock programming” event), downloading of
next digit (0),
[*] [*]
- (9)
[*] [*]
- (1)
[*] [*]
- (1)
[*] [*]
- two long beeps (the LED indications remain unchanged),
[*] [#]
- quitting the function without changing the date, signaled by two long
beeps.
The following data have been downloaded from the control panel:
time: 15:39
date: September 11
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MONO outputs
User Manual
[CODE][*][7][#]
The purpose of the function is determined by the installer. It can, for instance, activate
electromagnetic locks, bells, signaling lamps or any other devices. The function is
available when the „MONO switch” type has been selected for one of the outputs.
Using this function switches on the output for a time specified by the installer. Performance
is confirmed by four short beeps and a long one.
The function is called in a similar way as for the user function 5.
BI outputs
[CODE][*][8][#]
The purpose of the function is determined by the installer. It can be used, for example, for
switching on the external lighting or any electrical devices.
The function is active when the BI switch type is selected for one of the outputs.
Using the function permanently changes over the output status. If the output is off, the
function will switch it on, and if it is on, the function will switch it off.
Switching the output on is confirmed by the keypad with four short beeps and a long one,
while switching it off - with three short beeps.
The function is called in the same way as the user function 5.
Power Supply Reset
[CODE][*][9][#]
The function is used for handling special detectors equipped with individual on/off memory,
which is cleared by shutting down power supply (for example, smoke detectors or broken
glass detectors).
Calling the function temporarily disconnects power supply for such detectors.
The function is active when the reset power supply type is selected for one of the outputs.
The function is called in the same way as the user function 5.
Start Download
[CODE][*][0][#]
The function connects the control panel by telephone with the service computer for remote
programming of the security system parameters and downloading the event memory log.
The function can be called by the master user and the service.
The computer program makes available to the computer operator a keypad working
simultaneously with the real keypads installed in the system, and provides detailed
monitoring of the system, including the status of its zones and outputs. The knowledge of
the users' access codes makes it possible to use the computer pad in the same way as
any additional system keypad (most of the user functions are available).
On activating the function, the panel engages the telephone line and connects to the
service computer. During the data exchange the telephone line will be busy. The service
can temporarily free the telephone line by suspending the downloading, and then calling
the control panel again to continue the data exchange. The installer should make the users
aware of it so that they will not answer the incoming calls to allow re-establishing of the
connection and correct completion of the transmission.
The function is called in the same way as the user function 5.
Connection between the control panel and the computer (after the panel is appropriately
programmed) can be initialized from outside by the computer calling the control panel, and
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also can be effected by the installer in local mode using the corresponding service
function.
The meaning of audible signals generated on activating the function:
- three long beeps mean that the line is engaged by monitoring – wait and then
repeat the function calling attempt,
- two long beeps mean lack of the programmed computer number or unavailability
of the function to the given user.
NOTES:
1. The function enables connection between the panel and the computer, when the
option to establish communication from outside (from the computer) is blocked.
2. Initiating the programming from the outside may be useful e.g. when the user is
often absent from the site, and there is an urgent need for service intervention or
remote testing of the security system .
3. Programming the computer telephone number (when the function of initiating the
programming from the outside is available) is an extra safeguard against the panel
being accessed by any computer except the service one (in case unauthorized
persons know the communication access codes).
4. It is possible to block the service computer access to the control panel for the time
of armed mode.
Events
The function is available in LCD keypad and makes it possible to view the whole contents
of the events log (255 latest). To view events the users function menu should be entered
with master user code or with service code, and next the “Events” function should be
called. The way of viewing is described in section „HOLD DOWN USER FUNCTIONS”.
LEDs 1÷5 (zones state)
on - zone violated
off - zone OK
blinking fast - zone alarm memory
on with short extinguishing every 2 sec. - zone tamper violated
flashing every 2 sec. - zone tamper alarm memory
blinking slowly - zone bypassed
ALARM
on - site alarm
blinking - alarm memory
1
ALARM
2
3
POWER
TROUBLE
ARMED
4
5
PROGRAM
POWER
on – power supply OK
blinking - battery problem
off - mains supply failure
1
2
3
ARMED
on
– partition armed,
blinking – exit time in progress
PROGRAM – panel in
programming mode
on – service mode
blinking slowly – user
function mode
blinking fast – function called
TROUBLE – indicates
detection of technical trouble
in system - to check press
key [7] for 3 sec.
[6] - pressing for 3 sec.
activates trouble
memory review
TROUBLE TYPE DISPLAY:
[7]- pressing for 3 sec.
activates current
trouble display
5
4
6
7
8
9
¾
[5]- pressing for 3 sec.
activates alarm
memory review
0
#
1st SET OF TROUBLES
1 - AC power supply loss
2 - Battery trouble (F1 fuse)
3 – F2 fuse trouble (OUT1
output)
4 – F3 fuse trouble (power
supplying outputs KPD
and AUX)
5 - Clock loss
2nd SET OF TROUBLES (negation
of lighting– LEDs off)
[*] - pressing for 3 sec. activates
FIRE ALARM
[0]
CODE+[*] - User Functions:
CODE [*][1][#] - change code
CODE [*][2][#] - add user
CODE [*][3][#] - erase user
CODE [*][4][#] - bypass zone
CODE [*][5][#] - arm silent
CODE [*][6][#] - set time
CODE [*][7][#] - MONO outputs
CODE [*][8][#] - BI outputs
CODE [*][9][#] - supply reset
CODE [*][0][#] - DOWNLOADING start
- pressing for
3 sec. activates
AUX. ALARM
[8]
- pressing for 3 sec.
activates/deactivates
chime signaling
1 - No voltage on tel. line
2 - Problem with access to
settings memory
3 - Wrong communication
codes (connections with
computer blocked for 30
minutes)
4 - No monitoring
confirmation
5 - No signal on telephone
line
[#] - pressing for 3 sec.
activates PANIC ALARM
CODE+[#] – arming/disarming,
clearing alarm
armed
on – partition armed,
blinking – exit time delay
in progress.
LCD DISPLAY – date and hour
Status of armed zones:
‚ - zone OK
¦ - zone violated
„ - zone tamper violated
a - zone alarm
s - zone tamper alarm memory
b - zone bypassed
alarm
on - site alarm
blinking - alarm memory
[5] - pressing for 3 sec.
activates alarm
memory viewing
alarm
[7] - pressing for 3 sec.
activates current
trouble display
armed
[*] - pressing for 3 sec. activates
FIRE ALARM
CODE+[*] - User Functions:
1. Change code
2. New user
3. Erase user
4. Bypass zone
5. Arm silent
6. Set time
7. MONO outputs
8. BI outputs
9. Power supply reset
0. Start DWNL
Events
ALARM CONTROL PANEL CA-5 LCD
8 Jul, 13:26:41
.....
trouble – indicates
detection of technical
trouble in system - to
check press key [7] for
3 sec.
trouble
1
abc 2
def
4
jkl
5
mno 6
▲
tuv
8
wxyz 9
▼
0
#
◄
ghi
►
pqrs 7
À
3
[6] - pressing for 3 sec.
activates trouble
memory viewing
[#] - pressing for 3 sec.
activates PANIC ALARM
[8] - pressing for 3 sec.
activates/deactivates
chime signaling
[0] - pressing for
3 sec. activates
AUX. ALARM
CODE+[#] – arming/disarming,
clearing alarm
SATEL sp. z o.o.
ul. Schuberta 79
80-172 Gdańsk
POLAND
Tel. +48 58 320 94 00
[email protected]
www.satel.pl
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