User Manual
User Manual
Alarm Control Panel CA10 plus
(software version 4.7)
with LCD-S Keypad
®
GDAŃSK
ca10plcu_s_e 07/03
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.
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).
The SATEL Company recommends that operation of the whole alarm system be regularly tested.
However, a reliable alarm system does not prevent burglary, assault or fire from happening, it only
diminishes the risk that such a situation will cause no alarm or notification.
History of the updates to this manual is attached at the end hereof.
Control panel CA 10 plus with an LCD-S keypad
Alarm control panel CA10 plus is a modern, microprocessor-based device designed for
signaling burglaries and assaults. The CA-10 plus panel controls the operation of an alarm
system, responds to information coming from the alarm system detectors about an intrusion on
a protected facility and informs about the event. The panel is designed to be operated with LCD
display keypads and LED keypads.
Basic functions of CA-10 plus:
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signaling burglary, panic and fire alarms,
informing of alarms with telephone voice messages or messages to a paging system,
answering phone calls and informing the user of system status (whether an alarm
occurred since its arming),
MONITORING - communication with telephone monitoring stations (real-time
transmission of detailed information about specified events in a protected facility),
real-time printout of reports on all events in the system on an external printer.
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Features of CA-10 plus:
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panel operation controlled with LCD text display keypads (2x16 characters),
clear text messages describing system status and important events,
installer-defined zone descriptions simplifying identifying the alarm origin,
simultaneous detailed status presentation of up to 16 zones controlled by the panel,
visible clock and system date display helpful in supervising and ensuring error-free
operation,
reviewing the alarm and trouble logs (or detailed memory log of all system events) with
text description, zone name, partition name or user name and exact time of the event,
access to numerous USER FUNCTIONS by means of function list item selection.
Armed modes
To adapt the alarm system to various needs the control panel CA-10 plus offers several armed
modes:
Audible armed mode
The mode in which detectors connected to the panel control the protected facility and
violation of the protected zones is signaled by the panel with all available means (sirens,
monitoring stations message transmission, telephone messages).
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Silent armed mode
Armed mode in which alarms are signaled only in the panel keypads. The installer can
decide which of the detectors are automatically by-passed in this mode; he can also choose
signaling device to be used in that mode.
Partial armed mode
The installer can determine the detectors in the system which will be excluded from the
surveillance on arming the system with the special access code (authority level 7). It
enables the user, by entering an appropriate code, to arm the system fully or in a chosen
part only.
Stay armed mode
In this mode the panel enables automatic bypassing of chosen detectors if immediately
after arming the system the user did not leave the facility and did not activate the
entrance/exit detector.
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Operating instructions
Operating of the alarm system consists basically in arming and disarming the system (setting
surveillance mode) and offering an appropriate reaction to the information the control panel
signals on the keypad. The keypad displays the information about the status of the alarm
system by means of a two-line, backlit LCD display (2x16 characters) and six additional LED
controls.
LED controls' functions:
• alarm - signals occurrences of alarms.
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trouble - the LED is blinking when the control panel detects a technical problem or a
telephone messaging trouble,
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armed: A B C D - partition status:
- blinking (while the alarm control is off) signals exit delay running,
- control stays on when the partition is armed.
The LEDs marked with letters A B C D correspond to numerical denotation of partitions
available in the system:
LED A – partition 1
LED B – partition 2
LED C – partition 3
LED D – partition 4
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alarm
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User access codes
For everyday operation of the system assigning user access code is essential. The control
panel comes with one factory-set code (master user code) for each partition:
1234 for partition A,
2345 for partition B,
3456 for partition C,
4567 for partition D.
Programming of additional 12 user access codes is possible in each partition (but no more
than 32 in the entire system). The code can be 4 to 6 digits long.
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”).
By creating new user access code, the master user assigns specific, so called, authority
level - determines which of the panel functions are available for a particular user, and which
are excluded.
Normally entering access code in one keypad will affect only in one partition. It is possible to
switch on installer accessible option "global access codes". Switching on this option causes,
that users access codes are accepted in all 4 partitions: each user can access do any of
existing partitions. In this case there will be no information about user number in panel’s
event log.
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Arming
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[Access code][#]
Arming is only possible when the partition is not signaling alarm and is not already armed:
ALARM and ARMED diodes are off.
In order to arm the system access code should be entered and confirmed by pressing [#]
key. If, while typing the code, user makes a mistake [*] key should be pressed and the code
re-entered.
When the code is correctly entered the display shows both a message confirming entering
armed mode and the name of the user who activated it. Then an exit countdown message is
displayed (if the option was allowed by the installer). The partitions in which the countdown
procedure is on are visually represented by blinking ARMED diodes with appropriate
partition letters.
Accepting the command to arm the system can also be confirmed with an appropriate sound
code: three short beeps (if the option of key sound confirmation was turned on by the
installer).
The panel may fail to arm the system if:
• in the panel there are specifically designed zones which cannot be violated while the
system is being armed and one of them is being violated at the time - the panel signals
the situation with three long beeps. In such a case a delay is recommended until all the
exits are ready and arming the system again. Pressing the W button displays the exits
being violated. If one of the exits remains violated (the cause being, for example, the
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detector trouble) the armed mode can be switched on after the exit has been blocked
(function 4),
• access code entered is incorrect - the control panel signalizes the event with two long
beeps,
• in the partition there are no armed type zones - the control panel signalizes the event
with two long beeps (access code is correct and allows, for example, to call user
functions),
• battery trouble - three long beeps (proper option is selected to prevent the system from
being armed in case of battery trouble).
Quick Arming
[0][#]
On pressing the sequence [0][#] user can, without typing access code, arm the system. The
Quick Arming function can be blocked by the installer. Arming is not influenced by any
detectors being violated at the time. The installer can assign a special key to arm the system
quickly.
Disarming and clearing the alarm
[Access code][#]
When the control panel is armed (ARMED diode is on) or signalizes the alarm (ALARM
diode is blinking) it can accept only one order - disarming the system or clearing the alarm.
Typing the access code confirmed by pressing [#] keys disarms the system or turns off the
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alarm. If, while typing the access code, user makes a mistake, she/he should press [*] button
and re-enter the code.
The control panel will not be disarmed or allow the alarm clearing if:
• the access code is incorrect,
• or the access code authority level does not allow disarming (for example authority level
3 or 9 - see "User Functions Menu" - "New User")
It is possible to cancel the alarm without disarming the system with authority level 0 access
code.
Disarming the system is confirmed with an appropriate message on the LCD display and the
name of the user who armed the system. If the alarm has been cleared the keypad will
display the message "Review ÇÈÅÆ" - the arrow buttons allow reviewing partition status to
find out the source of alarm.
In the alarm system divided into zones, it is only possible to cancel the alarm in the zone,
whose keypad is signaling alarm with its alarm LED. By pressing the S key you can check
in which zones the alarm was triggered.
Timer Controlled Arming and Disarming
Arming and disarming of the system can be controlled with a control panel timer. The
installer can program the exact hour and minute of arming/disarming of the system. Arming
and disarming will occur every day at a specified time. The control panel can also be armed
with a timer and disarmed manually by a user.
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Alarm System Status Telephone Messages
The owner of the facility with CA-10 plus control panel installed can check if the alarm is on
by means of a standard telephone connection. In order to do so he has to phone the facility the control panel will answer the phone and will brief the caller on the system status. The
control panel will answer telephone calls only when the whole protected facility is armed.
On receiving the call the control panel sends:
• one beep a second - if, since the last arming time, there no alarm occurred;
• speech synthesizer message - if the alarm occurred within the last hour;
• sequence of five short beeps - if the alarm occurred more than an hour ago.
The installer decides if the function is on and how the control panel answers the phone calls
(number of rings, double calling etc.)
Control Panel Interfacing with MST-1 Telephone Control Module
The control can be effected from a telephone the control panel calls up during voice
messaging (immediately after the message from speech synthesizer is reproduced), or after
a connection is established with the panel from any telephone set. Having answered the call,
the module connected to the CA-10 plus reports its readiness with three beeps (high-, lowand high-pitched).
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It is possible to perform operations of two types:
1. Checking the status of zones or partitions.
2. Performing a user function.
The below table presents the functions performed by the MST-1 module:
CODE
[0][#]
[1][#]
[2][#]
[3][#]
[4][#]
[9][#]
[CODE][#]
[CODE][¼][4]
[CODE][¼][5]
[CODE][¼][7]
[CODE][¼][8]
DESCRIPTION
End of connection with the control panel
Checking the status of partition 1
Checking the status of partition 2
Checking the status of partition 3
Checking the status of partition 4
Checking zones status
Arming/disarming, alarm clearing
Zones bypass
Silent arming
Controlling of the output of ”MONO switch” type
Controlling of the output of ”BI switch” type
The control is performed using DTMF signals of the telephone keyboard. To call the selected
function press sequentially telephone keys in accordance with the calling method as shown
in the table.
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Partition status signalling:
• three short beeps – partition disarmed;
• four short and one long beeps - partition armed.
Alarm in a partition or memory of an alarm are signalled with a series of short beeps
(changing from high to low) that last approx. 2,5 seconds directly after signals informing on
partition status.
The function ”Checking zone status” can readout the information, which of keypad’s LEDs
shine with a steady light and which of them are blinking. During co-operation with CA-10 plus
control panel the module informs in accordance with the settings of service functions FS 12
do FS 15.
The indication of a zone of an armed partition means memory of an alarm triggered by this
zone, while the indication of a zone of a disarmed partition means violation of the zone. In
the CA-10 plus control panel the installer himself defines the numbers of zones to be
indicated by LEDs of the keypad assigned to the partition (such keypad needs to be
connected to the control panel). It is possible to check the status of LEDs numbered from 1
to 12.
The method of checking the zone status:
• After the first calling of the function [9][#], the module generates short beeps, the number of
which is equal to the lowest number of a shining LED. If none of LEDs shines, the module
generates two long beeps.
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• The subsequent calling of the function [9][#] indicates the next LED, which is shining. The
review needs to be continued till hearing two long signals informing that there are no more
LEDs shining. The repeated calling the function (after two long signals) will restart the
review of zone status.
• In order to check the zones status in the control panel CA-10 plus, first it is necessary to
check the status of one of zones through calling an appropriate function: ([1][#]; [2][#]; [3][#]
or [4][#]), and afterwards to check the status of its zones with the function [9][#]. Each of
zones needs to be called separately.
User functions, protected with a code, are performed in an identical way as during using the
control panel’s keypad (see description in the user manual). Acoustic signalling is identical
with signalling of the keypad. To go into the mode of control of other partitions in CA-10 plus
press [1][#]; [2][#]; [3][#] or [4][#].
The performance of the remaining user functions, functions of ”hold down” type, partitions
quick arming and entering the service mode through the MST-1 module is blocked.
The function [0][#] breaks the phone connection. Similarly the control panel finishes the
connection if for 30 seconds it doesn’t receive any DTMF signal from a telephone set.
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W S T X Key Functions
Activated by installer functions assigned to W S T X keys help in everyday control of the system
operation.
Find the partition where alarm was activated
S key
In multi-partition systems the find function enables determining the partition where alarm was
activated. On calling, the function shows by means of ARMED diode(s) the partition(s) where
alarm was activated, and on the LCD display the names of partitions (every time the S key
is pressed next partition name is shown).
Find the violated zones
W key
The function displays the names of violated zones. The zones are shown on pressing the W
key (the function shows the partition zones as selected in "Zone Setup" by the installer.
Find the zones that caused the alarm
X key
The function displays the zone names for which the alarm has not yet been cleared
(individual alarm memory for zones). Every time the X key is pressed next zone name is
shown.
Find the partition where the keypad is attached
T key
The function displays the name of the basic partition operated with a keypad (the partition to
which the keypad is physically attached).
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User "HOLD DOWN" Functions
The functions are available to every user (without entering any access code). They are
activated by holding the function key down for a short time.
Switching to n partition (GO TO n)
MNOP
In alarm systems divided into several partitions (subsystems) single keypad control over the
whole system is possible. The keys [1], [2], [3], [4] kept down for a short time switch the
partition the keypad is currently controlling. The keypad remains in the chosen partition for
some time and then returns to its basic partition. It is possible to switch between the
partitions and return to the basic partition by holding the appropriate number key down. For
example: the keypad is attached to partition A (1) (it is its basic partition), after holding down
the key 2 for a short time it is switched to partition B (2), after repeating the procedure with
key 3 it is switched to partition C (3), and after holding down key 1 the basic partition returns.
Attention: The GOTO function described above is active only when the installer sets the
parameter Function GOTO - Calling mode - according to LCD.
Alarm Memory Review
Q
Holding down key 5 activates the Alarm Memory Review function. The message "Alarm
Memory Review ÇÈÅÆ" is displayed. Pressing any of the arrow keys causes the date,
time, and last alarm origin name to appear. Pressing S or T keys enables scrolling the
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event log. Pressing W and X keys causes the zone description to appear. [*] key cancels
Alarm Memory Review function.
The control panel distinguishes between three types of alarms:
zone alarms - break-in, assault, fire etc. alarms set-up by the installer,
anti-tampering alarm - signaling attempts to dismantle or damage any part of the alarm
system,
keypad activated alarm - fire, auxiliary or panic type alarms.
Trouble Memory Review
R
On holding down key 6 the "Trouble Memory Review ÇÈÅÆ" message is displayed.
Pressing any of the arrow keys causes the date, time, and last trouble type detected name to
appear. On pressing S key the list of previously detected troubles is displayed, on pressing
T key the list of subsequent troubles. [*] key cancels the function.
Current Trouble Check-out
S
When the control panel signals a trouble detection (TROUBLE diode is blinking), holding
down key 7 activates the Current Trouble Check-out function. On the keypad display
a trouble message appears. If there are more than one trouble pressing of WS or TX
allows scrolling through all the troubles detected.
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NOTE:
If the installer has activated the "Indicate trouble until cancelled" option, the trouble
indicator will be on until cancelled, even if the trouble cause has been removed. The
trouble will be cleared after completing the trouble memory review and quitting the
function by pressing the [#] key. Quitting the function by means of another key will not
cancel blinking of the TROUBLE diode.
The control panel detects the following problems:
"No 230V power supply" - the control panel is equipped with back-up power supply that
enables it to function for a specified period of time. If, however, the "non 230V
power supply" message appears in spite of the fully operational wiring, service
should be informed.
"Clock loss" - the message appears on disconnecting and reconnecting the control
panel; the clock can be set with user function 6.
"No battery" – the battery is not connected or almost discharged or the fuse on the
control panel board is out of order.
"Low battery" - the message appears when the battery voltage is too low (lower than
12V under normal operational load). The state may hold for several hours after
current supply disconnection (or after connecting a low battery). The battery
charging time is dependent on its capacitance (the battery is charged with 350mA
or 700 mA direct current, the battery testing time necessary for determining its
state is about 12 minutes)
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Telephone line troubles:
• "No voltage on the telephone line" - the message appears when the telephone
line to which the control panel is connected is cut off. It may also appear when the
telephone connected to the same line is off hook for longer than the time specified
by the installer (service function FS117)
• "No dialtone" or "Wrong dialtone" - the cause of the message is telephone
connection trouble (no signal or busy signal on lifting the receiver). The message
does not disappear till the next, successful telephone connection. It can be
cleared by calling the alarm check function and pressing [#] key.
"Output trouble" - no detectable load (for example the siren wiring is cut) or overloading
(short circuit) - in most cases service should be called.
"No RS printer" - stands for "not-ready" status of the printer attached to RS-232 port of
the control panel, (as a result of, for example, paper load trouble or no power
supply). The RS-232 port is monitored if the installer sets up real time event
printout.
"RAM error" - the message appears on erratic microchip operation of the system (it may
be caused by strong electromagnetic interference produced by lightning) - in most
cases service should be called.
"Keypad power supply trouble" - signals an installation error; servicing is necessary
(the message can be displayed only while reviewing alarm memory).
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Switching the Chime on/off
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T
The function enables switching the chime on/off (acoustic signaling of the violation of
specified detectors) by means of the keypad. The switching off of the function with the
keypad is confirmed with three short beeps, switching on - with one longer and four short
beeps.
The installer decides which zone and which keypads can use chime to signal their status.
Fire Alarm
∗
The function enables switching on/off of fire alarm by means of the keypad.
Auxiliary
b
The purpose of the alarm depends on the current needs. It may, for instance, be an
emergency call for doctor's help. The function may transmit an appropriate message to
monitoring station and activate voice messaging.
Panic alarm
The function enables activating the panic alarm by means of the keypad.
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CHANGING DISPLAY MODE OF SYSTEM STATE
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T
This function makes it possible to change the LCD display operating mode from displaying
text messages about the system state into displaying the state of armed zones (or the other
way round). The keypad will automatically return to the installer set operating mode after
approx. 40 sec.
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User function menu
If the control panel is not armed and is not signaling any alarm, after entering the access code
and pressing [*] key the panel switches to user function selection mode. The beginning of the
list of user functions appears on the keypad. The set of user functions currently available
depends on the authority level of the access code with which the user functions menu was
activated.
the arrow points to the
function that will be
activated by pressing #
or Ö key
Æ Change own code
Add user
list of functions:
1. Change own code
2. Add user
3. Erase user
4. Bypass zones
5. Arming silent
6. Set time
7. Mono outs activ
8. Bi outs switch
9. Supply reset
0. Tel. DWNL start
Events review
The S and T keys enable scrolling through the user functions. [#] and X keys activate the
given function. It is possible to activate a function directly - when User Functions Menu appears
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on the display - by means of pressing an appropriate numeric key, similarly to calling a function
by means of LED keypad.
Choosing User Functions with the Menu is very simple as the display shows clear function
descriptions.
NOTES:
ƒThe functions 2 and 3 are only available to the partition master code user.
ƒThe functions 7 and 8 are always available, irrespective of whether the control panel is
armed, or not.
Change Own Code
(function 1)
The function enables changing the access code of the user who called it. On calling the
function a new code should be entered and confirmed by pressing [#] key. The keypad will
confirm the access code change and will display the new user's name.
The function is available to the master user and users with authority level 1, 2 or 7.
Add User
(function 2)
The function is available only to the master user. The user can add new users to a specific
partition, assigning an access code to them and determining their authority level. The master
user, thus, determines the extent of the remaining users' control over the system.
The function enables new access code programming, determining new code's authority level
and entering new user's name.
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An access code can have the following authority levels:
1 - all functions available except for creating and deleting users,
2 - arming and disarming functions available as well as changing access code,
3 - arming function available as well as disarming, but disarming only on condition that
the system was automatically armed
4 - access code - trap: arming and disarming functions available but after disarming the
system the "DURESS" message is sent to the monitoring station
5 - activates the output of mono type (the use of the switch is determined by the installer)
6 - switches the output to bi type (the use of the switch is determined by the installer)
7 - partial arming of the system: the code arms the system with simultaneous bypassing
of a group of zones (determined by the installer in service functions), except for that
the code gives the same authority as level 2,
8 - arming and disarming available without the possibility of changing access code,
9 - only arming available,
0 - only clearing the alarm available
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NOTES:
ƒThe access codes of type 5 and 6 may be used in the following way:
1. In the user function basic mode ([CODE][*]7 or [CODE][*]8) which allows multiple
control of single outputs (see description of user functions).
2. In the mode realized in the previous versions of alarm control panel (i.e..
[CODE][#]), which simultaneously controls all the particular types of outputs
belonging to the partition to which the given access code is assigned.
ƒUsing the access code with authority level 5 or calling the function 7 is recorded in
event log as the „Entry/Exit (guard round)”.
ƒTo make the control possible, there must be compatibility between the code type,
output type and partition assignment.
New user's access code can be edited with additional arrow keys. After confirmation of the
new access code and its authority level the keypad displays the current name of the user, for
example "P.1 user 1". It can be changed by entering new name (max. 16 characters).
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Key
Numeric mode
deletes the character before the
cursor
switches between
insert/typeover modes
S
T
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Text mode
the previous character in the
alphabet
the next character in the
alphabet
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While programming text messages the keys W X change the cursor position, [*] key
switches the operating function mode (numeric or text), and [#] key confirms the entered text.
The remaining keys has functions dependent on the operating mode.
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Text mode is signaled with a * sign in the upper right corner of the display.
Numeric keys in text mode insert letters at the cursor position according to the preceding
table. Small characters are entered by pressing a numeric key twice. ST keys enable the
previous/next character selection.
In numeric mode S key deletes the character before the cursor, and T key switches
between insert/typeover modes.
Erase User
(function 3)
The function enables deleting the user selected with the cursor (blinking field). On pressing
and holding down the S or T key the name of the user indicated with the cursor appears.
The cursor can be positioned with W X. Function is available only to the master user.
Zone Bypassing
(function 4)
The function enables zone bypassing in order to partially switch off the alarm system in the
protected facility or skip the broken down detectors. T key changes the status of the zone
(operational/bypassed) indicated by the cursor. Pressing S key displays the zone name.
The cursor can be positioned with W X keys. It is possible to choose a zone by giving its
number with the numeric keys of the panel (for example: *3 will enable bypassing of zone
13).
The function is available only to the master user with authority level 1.
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(function 5)
In silent armed mode the alarms are signaled only in keypads and by sending an appropriate
message to monitoring station. The installer decides if silent armed mode is valid in all the
protected facility or if in a selected area it will be disarmed.
The function is not available for user with authority level 5, 6, 0.
Setting Time
(function 6)
The programmable parameters (time, data, year) can be edited with additional keys: W and
X keys position the cursor, S key deletes the character before the cursor, T key switches
data entry mode (insert/typeover).
The function is available only for the master user and a user with authority level 1.
Mono Switch
(function 7)
The purpose of the function will be determined by the installer. It can activate e.g. electric
locks, bells, signal lamps, or any other devices.
After calling the function, the control panel generates two short beeps and waits for the
output number key (1-6) to be pressed. Provision is made for multiple control of the same
output or control of different outputs of the MONO switch type after single calling of the
function. Correct performance of the control is confirmed by four short and one long beeps,
and refusal of the control - by two long beeps. The control panel may refuse control, if the
output is not of the "MONO switch" type or if it belongs to another partition. Pressing the key
[#] or [*] will end the function. The control panel will automatically end the function if none of
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the outputs is of the „MONO switch” type, or if no key on the keypad is depressed for 40
seconds.
The function is accessible to the master user, as well as to the users with authority levels 1
and 5.
Bi Switch
(function 8)
The purpose of the function will be determined by the installer. It can be used e.g. for
switching on external lighting or any electrical equipment.
After calling the function, the control panel generates two short beeps and waits for the
output number key (1-6) to be pressed. Provision is made for multiple control of the same
output or control of different outputs of the BI switch type after single calling of the function.
Activation of the output is confirmed by four short and one long beeps, and its deactivation with three short beeps. Refusal of control is signaled with two long beeps. The control panel
may refuse control, if the output is not of the "BI switch" type or if it belongs to another
partition. Pressing the keys [#] or [*] will end the function. The control panel will automatically
terminate the function if none of the outputs is of the “BI switch” type, or if no key on the
keypad is depressed for 40 seconds.
The function is accessible to the master user, as well as to the users with authority levels 1
and 6.
Power Supply Reset
(function 9)
The function is used with special detectors equipped with individual on/off memory which is
cleared by shutting down power supply (for example smoke detectors, broken glass
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detectors) The function temporarily disconnects power on the power outputs with RESET
function.
The function is available for the master user and a user with authority level 1.
Start Download
(function 0)
The function can be activated by the master user and a user with authority level 1. It starts
the control panel - servicing PC remote telephone connection. The function enables the
panel - PC telephone connection when an attempt at establishing connection from the
outside computer is blocked.
When the panel is in DOWNLOAD mode the telephone line is busy only while data is being
transmitted. During programming sessions the PC can send a request to stop the current
connection and wait for the next one. Such an attempt at re-establishing connection will be
accepted by the panel regardless of the outside connections being blocked. Closing the
programming session will be successful after the PC sends the "CLOSE" message or after
four hours since the last connection elapse.
Reviewing Events Memory Log
(additional function)
On activating the function users can review the memory log in which all the events are
recorded in detail. ST keys enable scrolling the list of events, W X keys enable additional
data display: zone descriptions, partition and user names.
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User's Guide
SATEL
Technical Reliability of the Alarm System
The alarm system is built of the devices whose reliability is vital in effectiveness of offered
protection. The elements of the alarm system are subject to various outside influences, for
example weather conditions (outside signaling devices), lightning (overhead telephone lines,
power lines, outside signaling devices), mechanical damage (keypads, detectors). Only
permanent control of the alarm system operation ensures keeping high level of burglary and
fire protection.
The control panel is equipped with a number of safeguards and auto diagnostic functions
testing the reliability of the system. The control panel signals trouble detection by switching
the TROUBLE control on the keypad on. The signal should be immediately taken care of
- if necessary, the installer should be consulted.
It is necessary to periodically test the reliability of the alarm system - check every single
detector's ability to signal zone violation by opening the protected windows, doors etc. It is
also necessary to check signaling devices and telephone voice messaging system. The
installer gives specific instructions on how the system should be controlled. Periodic
commissioning of the installer's maintenance service is strongly recommended.
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HISTORY OF THE MANUAL UPDATES
The updates below refer to the manual for the control panel with program version 4.1.
Program
Date
Description of updates
version
08-2002
4.2
01-2003
4.3
07-2003
4.7
A new section added: operation via a telephone of the control panel working with MST-1
telephone control module (see p. 10) (NOTE: Control is not made available by the panel, if it
calls itself reporting an alarm).
• Disarming only effected by entering [CODE][#] from keypad (p. 8) – previously also
[CODE][*].
• "Battery trouble" added as one of conditions of preventing the system from being armed
(p. 8).
• Control panel operation made available on receiving alarm message in case of a joint
work with MST-1 module (p. 10).
• Change of the control panel reaction to entering [CODE][*] from keypad. Now the panel
always enters the user function mode, thus enabling the functions 7 or 8, irrespective of
whether it is armed or not. The other user functions are only available with no alarm
condition and the system disarmed (p. 22).
• Introduction of notes regarding codes with authority level 5 and 6 (p. 24).
• Audible distinction introduced in functions 7 and 8 for output activation / deactivation
(p. 27).
• Change of description regarding performance of user functions 7 and 8 (pp. 27-28).
• A note on functioning of the trouble indicator has been added (key 7 function - p. 17).
• A new type of trouble added: „No battery” (p. 17).
• New option that applies to possibility of activation the functions assigned to
arrow keys has been added (p. 14).
cdef - pressing any of the
LCD display: time and date
or partition name and system
status message
alarm – alarm in the
current partition
keys for 3 seconds switches
to one of the four partitions
1-A; 2-B; 3-C; 4-D.
g - pressing the key for 3 seconds
alarm
armed A,B,C,D (where A B C D
stands for partition available in
the system)
control on - the zone is armed;
control blinking - counting down
exit delay time.
ALARM CONTROL PANEL CA-10 LCD
X - identifying zones
activates Alarm Memory Log Review
8 Sep, 13:26:41
System OK
1 2 3 4 5
armed
A
1
W - identifying violated
zones
trouble – signals trouble detection
in the system - to check press i
key for 3 seconds.
6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
B
C
abc
D
2
trouble
def
h - pressing the key for 3 seconds
activates Trouble Memory Log Review
S - identifying the partition
3
signaling alarm
ghi
4
jkl
5
mno
6
pqrs
7
tuv
8
wxyz
9
where alarm occurred
¾
0
#
T - displaying partition name,
pressing the key for 3 seconds
switches between text and zone state
displaying
i - - pressing the key for 3
#
seconds displays the
trouble currently detected
*
pressing the key for 3
seconds activates Fire Alarm
-
ACCESS CODE +[*] - user
menu functions
- pressing the key for 3
seconds activates Panic Alarm
b - pressing
the key for
3 seconds activates
Auxiliary Alarm
j-
pressing the key for 3
seconds switches the
chime on/off
ACCESS CODE+[#] –
arming/disarming
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