Alarm System CA824 Alarm System
CA824
CA824
Alarm System
User Manual
CA824 Alarm System
User Manual
May 2003
Disclaimer:
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The manufacturer reserves the right to change the specifications of the equipment
described in this manual without notice
This document contains information proprietary to the manufacturer. No part of this
publication may be reproduced, photocopied, stored on a retrieval system or
transmitted, without prior written permission of the manufacturer.
While every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this manual is
accurate and complete, no liability can be accepted for any errors or omissions
Contents:
GENERAL INFORMATION
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Limited Warranty
Warnings
4
4
DESCRIPTION
5
Overview
LCD Keyboard
Sound indication
LED Indication
LCD Display
Keypad
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5
5
6
6
7
OPERATION
9
Arming
Full Arming
Stay Arming
Force Arming
Instant Arming
Disarming
Troubles Review
Event Memory Review
Bypassing
Programming
User Codes
User Limitations
Changing own user code
Changing User Names, Codes, Permissions and Attributes by a Manager
Adding and Setting a Proxy Card
Removing a Proxy Card
Date and Time Setting
Chime Switching
Display Setting
Private Display
Changing the logo
Stopping the Alarm and Clearing the Memory Indication
Special Key Combinations
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9
9
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19
22
23
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25
27
32
35
37
38
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41
43
45
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APPENDIX
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Service Messages on the LCD
Complete Menu Map
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General Information
Limited Warranty
The manufacturer warrants that for period of 12 months from the date of purchase,
the product shall be free of defects in material and workmanship under normal use
and that in fulfillment of any breach of such warranty, the manufacturer shall, at its
opinion, repair or replace the defective equipment upon return of the equipment to its
factory. This warranty applies only to defects in parts and workmanship and not to
damage incurred in shipping or handling, or damage due to causes beyond the
control of the manufacturer such as lightning, excessive voltage, mechanical shock,
or damage arising out of abuse, alternation or improper application of the equipment.
The foregoing warranty shall apply only to the original buyer, and is and shall be in
lieu of any and all other warranties, whether expressed or implied and of all other
obligations or liabilities on the part of the manufacturer. This warranty contains the
entire warranty. The manufacturer neither assumes, nor authorizes any other
warranty or liability concerning this product.
In no event shall the manufacturer be liable for any direct or indirect or consequential
damage, loss of anticipated profits, loss of time or any other losses incurred by the
buyer in connection with the purchase, installation or operation or failure of this
product.
The manufacturer recommends that the entire system be completely tested on a
regular basis. However, despite frequent testing, and due to, but not limited to,
criminal tampering or electrical disruption, it is possible for this product to fail to
perform as expected.
Warnings
Before using the CA824, please ensure that you have read and understood the
following instructions. Always ensure that the CA824 is operated correctly.
Do not attempt to disassemble or alter any part of the equipment that is not expressly
described in this guide. Internal inspections, alterations and repairs should be
conducted by qualified service personnel only.
Do not use substances containing alcohol, benzene, thinners or other flammable
substances to clean or maintain the equipment. The use of these substances may
lead to fire.
Do not allow liquids to enter the interior. The equipment is not waterproof.
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Description
Overview
This manual provides information for the daily operation of the CA824 Alarm System.
CA824 is modular system that can be split in up to eight areas and supports up to 31
separate user codes.
The CA824 Alarm System is operated through a keyboard with an LED and/or an
LCD indication.
LCD Keyboard
LCD display
LED indication
Keypad door
(opened)
AR
M
DIS
PRG
AR
M
BPS
TRB
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CLR
0
ENT
L
ME
M
Keypad
Figure 1. LCD Keyboard Front View
Sound indication
There are eight different sound combinations that indicate seven different conditions:
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Symbol
Description
Click
Single short beep indicating button pressing
Confirm
One long and three short beeps indicating the system
confirmation to executed operation (arming, disarming,
settings change, etc.)
Reject
Single long beep indicating incorrectly executed operation
Entrance
time
Continuous sound indicating intrusion into the entrance
zones
Exit time
Short beeps indicating the system is armed and the user is
required to leave the zone. Ten seconds before the exit time
is over beeps frequency is increased.
Two short beeps indicating problem with the system (battery
low, no supply voltage, etc.)
Chime-like sound beeps indicating intrusion into a zone with
a “Chime“ option activated (usually the entrance door)
Trouble
Chime
Alarm
LED Indication
LED Indication description
Mains Power Supply LED (Green). Lit at 220V mains power supply.
Trouble LED (Yellow). Lit at system trouble.
The trouble type is displayed in the troubles list.
Alarm LED (Red). Lit at system alarm status or alarm memory.
Fire alarm LED (Red). Lit at system fire alarm status or fire alarm memory
Service LED (Red). Lit at system programming by service technician.
LCD Display
The keyboard is equipped with a 2-row 16-colomn matrix LCD providing different
system trouble and event memory alpha-numerical messages.
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Figure 2. LCD
Keypad
AR
M
DIS
PRG
AR
M
BPS
TRB
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CLR
0
ENT
L
ME
M
Figure 3. Keypad
Key
AR
M
DIS
AR
M
Action
Key
Action
Arms the system
CLR
Clears entered data or transfers
to a higher menu level
Disarms the system
ENT
Confirms entered data or
transfers to a lower menu level
BPS
Bypasses certain
zone(s)
Scrolls right the cursor in a field
or scrolls to the next menu item in
the same level
TRB
Reviews the system
troubles
Scrolls left the cursor in a field or
scrolls to the previous menu item
in the same level
ME
Reviews the event
memory
Enters user codes or other data
L
M
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Key
Action
PRG
Key
Activates the
programming mode
Action
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
The key pad can be used to enter also Latin and Cyrillic letters and special symbols.
See the table bellow for the correspondence between the number of the pressings of
a certain key and the character displayed on the LCD:
Key
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
8
1
2
0
0
8
Number of pressings
3
4
5
6
7
8
.
,
:
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>
1
-
=
+
$
%
@
/
2
A
B
C
Á
Â
Ã
Ä
3
D
E
F
Æ
Ç
È
É
4
G
H
I
Ê
Ë
Ì
Í
5
J
K
L
Î
Ï
Ð
Ñ
6
M
N
O
Ò
Ó
Ô
Õ
7
P
Q
R
S
Ö
×
Ø
8
T
U
V
Ù
Ú
Ü
Û
9
W
X
Y
Z
Ý
Þ
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Operation
Arming
Full Arming
Full arming means all zones are secured. Anyone coming into the entrance zone is
required to enter a code. Otherwise the alarm is started after the entrance time is
over.
After the arming procedure is completed, short beeps indicate the exit time and the
user is required to leave the zone. Ten seconds before the exit time is over beeps
frequency is increased.
There are three methods to Full arm the system:
Method1
This is a standard method, applied when the user has the permission to arm the
system in more than one of the four ways (Full, Stay, Force and Instant).
The arming sequence is described by Figure 4 on Page 11.
Method 2
This method is applied when the user is permitted to only Full arm the system.
The arming sequence is described by Figure 5 on Page 12.
Method 3
This fast method is applied when a certain area can be armed without entering a user
code. The only possible way to arm the system is Full.
The arming sequence is described by Figure 6 on Page 13.
Stay Arming
Stay arming means the user is allowed to stay in certain zone(s), but the entrance
zone is secured.
Anyone coming into an Entry zone is required to enter a code. Otherwise the alarm is
started after the entrance time is over.
The arming sequence is described by Figure 7 on Page 14.
Force Arming
Force arming means the system is armed despite that in certain zone(s) there may
be a presence or a trouble. All such zones will be bypassed automatically at the
system arming, if they are allowed.
The arming sequence is described by Figure 8 on Page 15.
Instant Arming
Instant arming means the user is allowed to stay in certain zone(s) marked as Stay
zones, but the entrance zone is secured.
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The Entry zones are armed immediately (without exit time). The difference with the
Stay arming is that the Entry zones are armed immediately (without exit time) and an
intrusion into the Entry zones immediately starts the alarm.
The arming sequence is described by Figure 9 on Page 16.
In the following figures:
XX stays for the area number
ZZ stays for the zone number
S stays for the respective area status. It can be:
- – the area is not armed and is in normal state
+ – the area is not armed and has an active zone
f – the area is Full armed
p – the area is Stay armed
s – the area is Instant armed
o – exit time is running out
M – the area is Stay armed
A – the area is in an Alarm state
F – the area is in an Fire alarm state
– the area is not supported by the respective keyboard or not used
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User
code
2
M
Area
No
3
3)Full arming
Access denied
User is not permitted to arm the system
3)Full arming
Access denied
User is not permitted to Full arm the system
2
3)Full arming
A. XX S
AreaXX
or
ENT
2
3
ARMing
3)Full arming
3
1
Invalid user code entered
User Menu
ARMing
AR
1
CA824
Access denied
3
A. XX AreaXX
armed
User is permitted to operate one area only
and the keyboard supports this area
or the keyboard supports one area only
and the user is permitted to operate this area
A. XX S
AreaXX
Access denied
User is not permitted
to operate the area
A. XX S
AreaXX
Area isn’t ready
or
6
Area is not ready to be
armed (open zones)
A. XX AreaXX
armed
5
A. XX S
AreaXX
First disarm
or
The area is already
armed
A. XX S
AreaXX
ZZ ZoneZZ
Open zones are
listed
5
Figure 4. Full Arming Method 1
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User
code
2
M
Area
No
3
or
A. XX AreaXX
armed
3)Full arming
Access denied
User is not permitted to arm the system
2
3)Full arming
A. XX S
AreaXX
ENT
2
Invalid user code entered
User Menu
ARMing
AR
1
CA824
Access denied
3
A. XX AreaXX
armed
5
User is permitted to operate one area only
and the keyboard supports this area
or the keyboard supports one area only
and the user is permitted to operate this area
A. XX S
AreaXX
Access denied
User is not permitted
to operate the area
A. XX S
AreaXX
Area isn’t ready
or
6
Area is not ready to be
armed (open zones)
A. XX S
AreaXX
First disarm
or
The area is already
armed
A. XX S
AreaXX
ZZ ZoneZZ
Open zones are
listed
5
Figure 5. Full Arming Method 2
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AR
M
1
Area
No
A. XX AreaXX
armed
5
The keyboard supports one area only
or
ENT
2
2
3)Full arming
A. XX S
AreaXX
3
A. XX S
AreaXX
Access denied
User is not permitted
to operate the area
A. XX S
AreaXX
Area isn’t ready
or
6
Area is not ready to be
armed (open zones)
A. XX AreaXX
armed
A. XX S
AreaXX
First disarm
or
The area is already
armed
A. XX S
AreaXX
ZZ ZoneZZ
Open zones are
listed
5
Figure 6. Full Arming Method 3
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User
code
2
M
Area
No
3
3)Full arming
Access denied
User is not permitted to arm the system
or
A. XX AreaXX
armed
4)Stay arming
Access denied
User is not permitted to Stay arm the system
2
4)Stay arming
A. XX S
AreaXX
ENT
2
3
ARMing
3)Full arming
4
1
Invalid user code entered
User Menu
ARMing
AR
1
CA824
Access denied
3
A. XX AreaXX
armed
5
User is permitted to operate one area only
and the keyboard supports this area
or the keyboard supports one area only
and the user is permitted to operate this area
A. XX S
AreaXX
Access denied
User is not permitted
to operate the area
A. XX S
AreaXX
Area isn’t ready
or
6
Area is not ready to be
armed (open zones)
A. XX S
AreaXX
First disarm
or
The area is already
armed
A. XX S
AreaXX
ZZ ZoneZZ
Open zones are
listed
5
Figure 7. Stay Arming
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User
code
2
M
Area
No
3
3)Full arming
Access denied
User is not permitted to arm the system
5)Force arming
Access denied
User is not permitted to Stay arm the system
2
5)Force arming
A. XX S
AreaXX
or
ENT
2
3
ARMing
3)Full arming
5
1
Invalid user code entered
User Menu
ARMing
AR
1
CA824
Access denied
3
A. XX AreaXX
armed
User is permitted to operate one area only
and the keyboard supports this area
or the keyboard supports one area only
and the user is permitted to operate this area
A. XX S
AreaXX
Access denied
User is not permitted
to operate the area
A. XX S
AreaXX
Area isn’t ready
or
6
Area is not ready to be
armed (open zones)
A. XX AreaXX
armed
5
A. XX S
AreaXX
First disarm
or
The area is already
armed
A. XX S
AreaXX
ZZ ZoneZZ
Open zones are
listed
5
Figure 8. Force Arming
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User
code
2
M
Area
No
3
3)Full arming
Access denied
User is not permitted to arm the system
or
A. XX AreaXX
armed
6)Instant arming
Access denied
User is not permitted to Stay arm the system
2
6)Instant arming
A. XX S
AreaXX
ENT
2
3
ARMing
3)Full arming
6
1
Invalid user code entered
User Menu
ARMing
AR
1
CA824
Access denied
3
A. XX AreaXX
armed
5
User is permitted to operate one area only
and the keyboard supports this area
or the keyboard supports one area only
and the user is permitted to operate this area
A. XX S
AreaXX
Access denied
User is not permitted
to operate the area
A. XX S
AreaXX
Area isn’t ready
or
6
Area is not ready to be
armed (open zones)
A. XX S
AreaXX
First disarm
or
The area is already
armed
A. XX S
AreaXX
ZZ ZoneZZ
Open zones are
listed
5
Figure 9. Instant Arming
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Disarming
Coming into the entrance zone, the user is required to enter a personal code. A
continuous sound indicates the entrance time.
If the system is not disarmed within the entrance time, the alarm is activated.
Certain users may not be allowed to disarm the system.
The arming sequence is described by Figure 10.
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User
code
2
AR
Area
No
M
3
6
Invalid user code entered
DISARMing
Access denied
or
3
6
User is not permitted to disarm the system
2
DISARMing
A. XX S
AreaXX
ENT
2
CA824
Access denied
User Menu
ARMing
DIS
1
6
A. XX S
AreaXX
disarmed
User is permitted to operate one area only
and the keyboard supports this area
or the keyboard supports one area only
and the usre is permitted to operate this area
A. XX S
AreaXX
Already disarmed
The area is already
disarmed
or
A. XX S
AreaXX
Access denied
User is not permitted
to operate the area
A. XX S
AreaXX
disarmed
Figure 10. Disarming
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Troubles Review
The troubles review sequence is described by Figure 11. When a trouble occurs, call
your technical support service.
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User
code
2
CA824
Access denied
Invalid user code entered
User Menu
ARMing
TRB
L
1
TRBL (troubles)
trouble message
All current system troubles are
listed here one after the other
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User Menu
TRBL (troubles)
Figure 11. Troubles Review
All trouble messages and their meanings are shown bellow:
Message
Meaning
ACC loss
220V mains power loss
AUX Power Failed
Blown AUX fuse of the main module
Batt Loss
Low or no battery or blown system battery fuse
Buss Error
Connection with the module has failed along the bus
PGM Power Failed
Blown PGM fuse of the main module
TelFailure
Communication failure in the build-in communicator
TL Fault
Telephone line failure
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Event Memory Review
The CA824 Alarm System has a memory that stores all events that have taken place
during the system operation.
Only users that have permission can review the event memory.
The event memory review sequence is described by Figure 12.
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User
code
2
Invalid user code entered
User Menu
ARMing
1
ME
M
1
CA824
Access denied
User Menu
MEMory(Log file)
User is not permitted to review the event memory
RXXX Cnn Message
A.XX dd/mm hh:mm
ENT
ENT
ENT
1
Long Message
A.XX
Cause
Figure 12. Event Memory Review
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In the above figure:
R
indicates the event is restoring
XXX
is the event sequential number
C
stands for the event cause. It can be:
d – for device
u – for user
z – for zone
A.XX
displays the number of the area, where the event has taken place
dd/mm is the date (day/month), when the event has taken place
hh:mm is the time (hour:minutes), when the event has taken place
All short and long messages and their meanings are shown bellow:
Message
Long message
Medical Medical alarm
Fire
Fire alram
Panic
Panic alram
Duress
Duress
Alarm
Burglary alarm
Alarm
24 hour alarm
Tamper
Tamper
ExpFail Exp. module fail
SenrTmp Sensor tamper
Meaning
Medical type zone ZZ has been activated or a
Medical signal has been manually triggered off
from keyboard/device DD
Fire type zone ZZ has been activated or a Fire
signal has been manually triggered off from
keyboard/device DD
Panic type zone ZZ has been activated or a
Panic signal has been manually triggered off
from keyboard/device DD
A UU code has been entered for duress
An Entry Delay, Follow or Instant type zone ZZ
has been activated
A 24h Burglary type zone ZZ has been
activated
A tamper type zone ZZ has been activated
Connection with module DD has failed along
the bus
A self-arming zone ZZ sensor has been
activated
Exp.Tmp Exp. module tmp.
A self-arming module DD has been activated
24h nB
A 24h non-burglary zone ZZ has been activated
24h non-burglary
SystTrb System trouble
A PGM or AUX fuse of the main module has
failed
AC loss
220V mains power loss
AC loss
Battlow Low system Batt.
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Low system battery voltage
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Message
Long message
Meaning
SystRst System reset
System hardware has been reset
BattFlt Batt test failed
No battery or blown system battery fuse
C-tion
Communication failure in the build-in
communicator
Fail to commun.
UserO/C User Open/Close
User arming via code UU
Arm Q
Quick Arming
Single click arming from keyboard/device DD
C-tion
CommunicationERR Telephone line failure
KeyOpen Key switch Op/Cl
Arming from Key-switch type zone ZZ
Bypass
Bypassing zone ZZ
Zone Bypass
TestRep Per.Test report
Regular text test via the build-in communicator
TimeRST Time/Date reset
System date and time resetting
Cancel
Cancel
Cancel day mode alarm
System
System shutdown
System power failure
TestMan M-ual T-ger Test
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Bypassing
Bypassing means that when an area is for example Full armed, all bypassed zones
are not armed. This may be necessary, when a malfunctioning of the sensors in the
zone or a presence in the zone obstruct the normal arming of that zone.
It is advisory to bypass zones when it is really needed.
Bypassing sequence is described by Figure 13.
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User
code
2
Invalid user code entered
User Menu
ARMing
3
BPS
1
CA824
Access denied
BPS(Bypass zone)
Access denied
User is not permitted to bypass zones
BPS(Bypass zone)
ZZ
ZoneZZ
Zone
No
or
ENT
1
2
ZZ
2
ZoneZZ
Not bypassed
ZZ
ZoneZZ
bypassed
0
ENT
ENT
Figure 13. Bypassing
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Programming
Each user can access certain menus for setting of parameters concerning the every
day system operation.
To program some parameters, the user needs to be given permissions by the system
engineer or a system manager.
Advanced users may utilize the Complete Menu Map, shown on Page 48, to navigate
the programming menus.
User Codes
The CA824 Alarm System supports 31 user codes and one system engineer code.
The system engineer code grants access to all system parameters.
Each user has the following properties:
™ a name;
™ a code;
™ rights (permission to operate certain areas);
™ attributes (permissions to perform certain procedures).
The user name and code can be set the respective user and by a system engineer or
manager. The other parameters can be set by the system engineer or a system
manager only.
The user name can be eight characters long and comprises figures, capital or small
Latin or Cyrillic letters. See the table on Page 8 for the correspondence between the
number of the pressings of a certain key and the character displayed on the LCD.
Each user can be given the right to operate any area.
The user attributes apply to all areas, the user is given the right to operate. I.e. the
user can not be given different attributes for the different areas.
The attributes and the corresponding actions are revealed in table on Page 31.
Note: If a user is not assigned any attribute, the user code is not active!
The user code can contain the figures from 0 to 9 only. Its length can be programmed
by the system engineer to be either four or six figures long.
The CA824 Alarm System support ambush codes. Ambush code is a personal code
that disarms the system, but still sends alarm signal. Its purpose to indicate that the
user is forced to disarm the system against his or her will.
The ambush code is produced from a personal code by increasing the last number
by one. If the last number is 9, it is replaced by 0 in the ambush code.
Note: When an ambush code is entered, the alarm is not activated and no
indication of an alarm condition is displayed on the LCD!
A user code can not be the same as an ambush code!
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According to the attributes, the users can be classified as:
™ Basic user with permission to Full arm and disarm the system;
™ Standard user with permission to Full arm and disarm the system and to
bypass zones;
™ Special user with permissions of the standard user as well as the permission
to Force, Stay and Instant arm the system;
™ Manager with permission to fully operate the system. There is no limit for the
number user that can be managers.
User Limitations
Managers obey the following rules:
™ A manager can not assign a user more attributes than the manager has been
assigned;
™ A manager can not grant a user more rights than the manager has been
granted;
™ A manager can not change his own rights and attributes;
™ A manager can not change the rights or the attributes of an user that has more
rights than the manager.
All users, including the managers obey the following rules:
™ A user code is accepted only by keyboards/devices that are allowed to
operate at least one area that the user is also allowed to;
™ Even memory review for certain areas can be performed by users that are
assigned the Log View attribute and have the right to operate the respective
areas.
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Changing own user code
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User
code
2
CA824
Access denied
Invalid user code entered
User Menu
ARMing
PRG
1
PROGramming
1)Own code
1
1
1)Own code
0)Rename
0
1
0)Rename code
new:_
User
name
1
( PRG Switches between upper and lower case)
0)Rename
new:UserName
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0)Rename code
new:UserName
Continues from the previous page
ENT
2
1)Own code
0)Rename
The user name is changed.
1
1
1)Change code
new:[_
]
New
code
2
1)Change code
code is changed
1)Change code
already exists
New code rejected
1)Change code
try again
1)Change code
confirm:[_
]
Re-enter
the new
code
2
3
3
1)Change code
confirming ERROR
The re-entered new code is
not the same as the first one
The code is changed.
The old code is not valid any more
Figure 14. Changing own user name and code
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Changing User Names, Codes, Permissions and Attributes by a Manager
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User
code
2
CA824
Access denied
Invalid user code entered
User Menu
ARMing
PRG
1
PROGramming
1)Own code
2
1
User
No
Not a manager’s code
2)User codes
C. XX * UserName
or
ENT
1
3
2)User codes
Access denied
C. XX * UserName
0)Rename code
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C. XX * UserName
Access denied
Manager is not allowed to change
the respective user name and code
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C. XX * UserName
0)Rename code
Continues from the previous page
0
1
0)Rename code
new:_
User
name
( PRG Switches between upper and lower case)
ENT
2
C. XX * UserName
0)Rename code
The user name is changed.
1
1
1)Change code
new:[_
]
New
code
1
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1)Change code
confirm:[_
]
To erase a combination, press and hold the CLR
for two seconds
3
key
1)Change code
already exists
New code rejected
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1)Change code
confirm:[_
]
3
Re-enter
new
code
2
Continues from the previous page
1)Change code
code is changed
1)Change code
confirming ERROR
The re-entered new code is
not the same as the first one
The code is changed.
The old code is not valid any more
C. XX * UserName
1)Change code
2
1
2)User rights
Areas:12345678
ENT
1
Areas:12345678
_
0/1 :----*---
Select
area
0
1 Set
Unset
1
1
Areas:12345678
_
0/1 :*---*---
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Areas:12345678
_
0/1 :*---*---
Continues from the previous page
ENT
2
2)User rights
Areas:12345678
User rights are set.
The user is allowed to operate areas marked with *
and is not allowed to operate areas marked with -.
CLR
1
C. XX * UserName
2)User rights
3
1
3)UserAttributes
- Attribute
Select
attribute
0
1 Set
Unset
1
1
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3)UserAttributes
* Attribute
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_
* Attribute
Continues from the previous page
ENT
2
C. XX * UserName
2)UserAttributes
User attributes are set.
The user is allowed to perform actions marked with *
and is not allowed to perform actions marked with -.
Figure 15. Changing User Codes by a Manager
Attribute
Action
Full Arming
Permission to Full arm the system
Force Arming
Permission to Force arm the system
Stay / Instant Arming
Permission to Stay and Instant arm the system
Manager
Manager permissions – creating and changing user
codes
Bypass
Permission to bypass zones
Disarming
Permission to disarm the system
Time / Date Set
Permission to set the system time and date
Log View
Permission to review the event memory for the areas,
which correspond to the respective user
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Adding and Setting a Proxy Card
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User
code
2
CA824
Access denied
Invalid user code entered
User Menu
ARMing
PRG
1
PROGramming
1)Own code
2
1
User
No
32
1)Own code
Access denied
Not a manager’s code
2)User codes
C. XX * UserName
or
ENT
1
3
C. XX * UserName
0)Rename code
3
C. XX * UserName
Access denied
Manager is not allowed to change
the respective user settings
Continues on the next page
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C. XX * UserName
0)Rename code
Continues from the previous page
4
1
4)User ProxiCard
0)Add Card
0
1
0)Add Card
start?
ENT
1
0)Add Card
approach card
Card
Reader
2
Proxy
Card
0)Add Card
success
3
0)Add Card
Access denied
The card already exists
Card added
CLR
1
4)User ProxiCard
0)Add Card
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4)User ProxiCard
0)Add Card
Continues from the previous page
1
1
1)Arm/D. Rights
to Area N: XX
_
Area
No
2
4)User ProxiCard
1)Arm/D. Rights
Arm / Disarm rights set.
The respective area can be armed and
disarmed, using the proxy card
2
1
Areas:12345678
_
0/1 :----*---
Select
area
0
1 Set
Unset
1
1
Areas:12345678
_
0/1 :*---*---
ENT
2
4)User ProxiCard
2)Entry rights
Entry rights set
Figure 16. Adding and Setting a Proxy Card
Note: A user can be assigned a proxy card and no code and vice versa!
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Removing a Proxy Card
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User
code
2
CA824
Access denied
Invalid user code entered
User Menu
ARMing
PRG
1
PROGramming
1)Own code
2
1
User
No
Not a manager’s code
2)User codes
C. XX * UserName
or
ENT
1
3
1)Own code
Access denied
C. XX * UserName
0)Rename code
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C. XX * UserName
Access denied
Manager is not allowed to change
the respective user settings
Continues on the next page
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C. XX * UserName
0)Rename code
Continues from the previous page
4
2
4)User ProxyCard
0)Add Card
3
1
3)Remove Card
start?
ENT
2
3)Remove Card
success
Card removed
Figure 17. Removing a Proxy Card
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Date and Time Setting
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User
code
2
CA824
Access denied
Invalid user code entered
User Menu
ARMing
PRG
1
PROGramming
1)Own code
3
1
3
3)Time set
Access denied
User is not allowed to set
the system date and time
3)Time set
20yy dd/mm hh:mm
and
ENT
2
PROGramming
3)Time set
3
PROGramming
3)Time set
Incorrect date or time
Date and time are set
Figure 18. Date and Time Setting
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Chime Switching
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User
code
2
CA824
Access denied
Invalid user code entered
User Menu
ARMing
PRG
1
PROGramming
1)Own code
4
activate
1
2
4)Chime
0/1
7
OFF
4)Chime
0/1
ON
deactivate
0
ENT
1
PROGramming
4)Chime
ENT
Chine is
deactivated
1
PROGramming
4)Chime
Chime is
activated
Figure 19. Chime Switching
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Display Setting
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User
code
2
CA824
Access denied
Invalid user code entered
User Menu
ARMing
PRG
1
PROGramming
1)Own code
5
1
5)LCD settings
0)Contrast
0
1
0)Contrast
<-...->
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0)Contrast
<-...->
Continues from the previous page
ENT
1
5)LCD settings
0)Contrast
Contrast is set
1
1
1)Back light
<-...->
ENT
1
5)LCD settings
1)Back light
Back light is set
Figure 20. LCD Settings
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Private Display
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123456789‚ƒ„…†‡ˆ
--f---pFigure 22. Private Display
The standard to private switching sequence is shown by Figure 23.
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User
code
2
CA824
Access denied
Invalid user code entered
User Menu
ARMing
PRG
1
PROGramming
1)Own code
5
1
5)LCD settings
0)Contrast
2
2
activate
1
2
2)PrivateDisplay
0/1
OFF
2)PrivateDisplay
0/1
ON
deactivate
0
4x
CLR
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CLR
123456789‚ƒ„…†‡ˆ
SSSSSSSS
Figure 23. Private Display Switching
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Changing the logo
Logo is the first row on the standard display.
The Logo changing sequence is shown by Figure 24.
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User
code
2
CA824
Access denied
Invalid user code entered
User Menu
ARMing
PRG
1
PROGramming
1)Own code
5
1
5)LCD settings
0)Contrast
3
1
enter new Logo
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enter new Logo
_
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New
Logo
and
Continues from the previous page
( PRG Switches between upper and lower case)
ENT
1
5)LCD settings
0)Contrast
3)Edit
Logo
Logo is changed
Figure 24. Changing the Logo
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Stopping the Alarm and Clearing the Memory Indication
0
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User
code
2
CA824
Access denied
Invalid user code entered
User Menu
ARMing
DIS
AR
1
Group
No
M
A. XX A
AreaXX
disarmed
The alarm for this group can be
stopped by entering only a code
or
3
ENT
2
2
DISARMing
A. XX A
AreaXX
A. XX A
AreaXX
Access denied
User is not permitted
to operate the area
A. XX S
AreaXX
disarmed
Figure 25. Stopping the Alarm
To clear the memory indication, enter a valid user code.
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Special Key Combinations
Panic Button
Pressing simultaneously the
ENT
and
CLR
keys invokes a Panic alarm.
Medical Alarm
Pressing simultaneously the
1
and 3
keys invokes a Medical alarm.
Fire Alarm
Pressing simultaneously the
4 and 6
keys invokes a Fire alarm.
Ambush Code
Ambush code is a personal code that disarms the system, but still sends alarm
signal. Its purpose to indicate that the user is forced to disarm the system against his
or her will.
The ambush code is produced from a personal code by increasing the last number
by one.
If the last number is 9, it is replaced by 0 in the ambush code.
Example:
Personal code: 4615 → Ambush code: 4616
Personal code: 4619 → Ambush code: 4610
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Service Messages on the LCD
Message
Meaning
armed
System is armed
disarmed
System is disarmed
Already disarmed
Area has been already disarmed
First disarm
Area is armed – needs to be disarmed first
Leave area
User is required to leave the area
Area isn’t ready
Area is not ready to be armed (open zones)
Code not in use!
Code is not in use at the moment
already exist!
Entered code is already used (when changing codes)
try again
Enter the code again (at confirming error)
confirm:[
Confirm the new code
confirming ERROR
Code confirming error
code is changed
Code has been successfully changed
code is cleared
Code has been successfully removed
bypassed
Zone is bypassed
Not bypassed
Zone is not bypassed
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Complete Menu Map
Arming
3) Full arming
Area 01 .. 08
4) Stay arming
Area 01 .. 08
5) Force arming
Area 01 .. 08
6) Instant arming
Area 01 .. 08
7) Arm All areas
Disarming
Area 01 .. 08
Programming
1) Own code
0) Rename
1) Change code
2) User codes
User 01 .. 31
0) Rename code
1) Change code
3) Time set
2) User rights
4) Chime
3) User Attributes
5) LCD settings
0) Contrast
1) Backlight
2) Private Display
3) Edit Logo
4) User ProxiCard
Area 01 .. 08
- Full Arming
- Time Set
- Disarming
- Bypass
- Manager
- Stay arming
- Force arming
- Log view
0) Add Card
1) Arm/D. Rights
Memory (Log file)
All Areas
TRBL (troubles)
System troubles
BPS (Bypass zone)
Zone 01 .. 24
2) Entry rights
3) Remove Card
Figure 26. Complete Menu Map
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