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Firmware version 1.00
VERSA • VERSA Plus • VERSA IP
Brief System User Manual
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1. Keypad description
The touch screen displays information about the system status, while allowing you to operate
and program the alarm system, as well as control the home automation equipment. Intuitive
icon-based menu makes the everyday use easier. On most screens, the keypad offers two
operating modes:
 graphical mode – large icons are displayed without description,
 verbose mode – small icons are displayed with description.
To change the operating mode, use the following icons:
– tap to switch over the screen to the verbose mode,
– tap to switch over the screen to the graphical mode.
This manual describes how to operate the keypad, based on the graphical mode.
Tapping an icon or icon description will display the next screen or start the specified function.
The
icon will bring you back to the previous screen. Tapping the
icon will display the
main screen.
After the keypad is idle for 10 minutes, the screen can either go blank, or a slide show or the
clock can be displayed.
Tapping the screen when it is blank or the screen saver is displayed will wake up the keypad.
The keypad can also be woken up e.g. on opening the door, detecting motion by a detector
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etc. The installer defines the content which is to be displayed after the keypad wake-up
(status screen, main screen or start of the disarming procedure).
Tapping and holding the screen for 3 seconds will trigger a silent panic alarm, if:
 a slide show, clock or status screen is displayed,
 the screen is blank.
Whether this function is to be available should be defined by the installer.
During the keypad inactivity period, messages about arming/disarming, entry/exit delay
countdown, alarm etc. can be displayed on the screen.
1.1.1 Status bar
When a slide show, clock or status screen is displayed, the status bar is shown at the top of
the screen. Icons situated on the status bar indicate the system status.
Icon
Color
System status
green
exit delay countdown is running in partition 1 / partition 1 is armed
red
alarm or alarm memory in partition 1
green
exit delay countdown is running in partition 2 / partition 2 is armed
red
alarm or alarm memory in partition 2
yellow
trouble or trouble memory
blue
service mode entered
The information about arming may be hidden after the time defined by the installer has
elapsed.
If the GRADE 2 option is enabled by the installer:
 information about the alarm is not presented;
 the
zones.
icon indicates trouble / trouble memory / alarm / alarm memory / bypassed
1.1.2 Slide show
The slide show can be displayed as the status screen background or the screensaver. The
pictures to be displayed should be saved to a microSD memory card, which will be put into
the keypad by the installer. The installer defines the speed at which the pictures will change
during the slide show.
1.1.3 Status screen
The status screen is displayed 60 seconds after the last operation performed on the keypad
screen, unless the terminal is running (see p. 13). When the terminal is displayed, the status
screen may appear later or even not appear at all (e.g. when the service menu is open).
If the user is logged in, he/she will be automatically logged out a few seconds after the
status screen is displayed.
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Additional information presented on the status screen
The keypad with factory settings presents the date and time on the status screen. The
installer can customize the information displayed to suit the user needs. Information on the
state of selected partitions, zones or outputs, date and time, as well as any text, can be
presented on the status screen.
Icons illustrating the state of partitions are described in section “Partition status” (p. 8).
Icons illustrating the state of zones are described in section “Zone status” (p. 9).
Icons illustrating the state of outputs are shown in the table below.
Icon
Color
Output status
grey
deactivated
red
activated
Additional messages, connected with occurrence of specific events (e.g. arming or disarming,
auto-arming delay countdown, entry / exit delay countdown, alarm, etc.), may also appear on
the status screen.
Functions available from the status screen
Tapping the status screen will display the main screen. If at least one partition operated from
the keypad is armed and the keypad has not been used for at least 10 minutes, the
authorization screen can be displayed. Enter the code to be able to disarm the partition.
Status screen background
A single picture or a slide show can be displayed as the status screen. The status screen
background is to be configured by the installer.
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1.1.4 Main screen
Presented on the main screen are:
 date and time in the format defined by the installer (if some specific events occur, other
messages can be displayed, instead of the date and time, e.g. entry or exit delay
countdown, alarm messages, etc.);
 name of the currently logged user;
 icons enabling operation of the keypad and alarm system.
Icon
Function
Informs you that no user is logged in.
User login.
Informs you that a user is logged in (name of the currently logged user is
displayed below).
User logout.
Displays the “Arming” screen (see pages 5 and 14). The keypad distinguishes
between tapping the icon and tapping and holding the icon for 3 seconds. After
tapping the icon, quick arming, i.e. without entering the code, may be available
(consult this with the installer). Tapping and holding the icon will always display
the authorization screen, and the ”Arming” screen will only be displayed after
entering the code.
Enables disarming / alarm clearing (see pages 7, 16 and 17).
Displays the “Control” screen (see p. 7).
Displays the “System status” screen (see p. 8).
Displays the “Emergency” screen (see p. 10).
Displays the “Advanced” screen (see p. 11).
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1.1.5 Authorization screen
Some screens and functions may only be available after user authorization. The authorization
is code based. Use the number keys to enter the code and then confirm, tapping the
icon.
By default, the following codes are preprogrammed in the control panel:
service code: 12345
user 30 code: 1111
If you make a mistake when entering the code, tap
and re-enter the code (if you fail to
enter the valid code within one minute, information on entering a wrong code will be saved to
the control panel memory).
1.1.6 “Arming” screen
Appearance of the screen changes depending on whether you are allowed to arm one or two
partitions.
Icon
Function
Arming in the full mode.
Arming in the day mode.
Arming in the night mode.
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Screen with partition selection
This screen is displayed when you can arm both partitions. The partitions are presented by
means of appropriately described fields. By default, the
icon is displayed in both fields,
which means that the partition is to be armed. Tap on the field, if the partition is not to be
armed (the
icon will be displayed). Having defined where the system is to be armed, tap
one of the icons to arm the system.
Screen without partition selection
This screen is displayed when you can arm one partition only (also when the quick arming is
allowed by the installer in one partition only).
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“Alarm clearing / Disarming” screen
The “Alarm clearing / Disarming” screen will be displayed after you tap the
icon on
the main screen, when there is an alarm (alarm memory) and at least one partition is armed.
Icon
Function
Enables alarm clearing.
Enables disarming.
1.1.8 “Control” screen
The icons on the screen show the outputs you are allowed to control. Tapping an icon
changes the output status. The icons illustrating the status of outputs are described on p. 3.
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1.1.9 “System status” screen
Icon
Function
Displays the “Partition status” screen.
Displays the “Zone status” screen.
Displays the “Troubles” screen, on which the current troubles are presented
(the installer can configure the control panel to display the troubles until
cleared).
Enables viewing the event log.
When viewing the log of events, the
icon is available at the top of the screen.
Tapping the icon will toggle the information presentation mode: light grey / color font
(and the other way round).
Partition status
The status of partitions is illustrated by means of icons. Tap the
icon situated at the top of
the screen to see description of all icons. The number shown next to the icon corresponds to
the partition number. On tapping the icon, the full partition name will be presented at the
display bottom.
Icon
Partition status
disarmed – there are no violated zones
exit delay countdown is running – remaining time longer than 10 seconds
exit delay countdown is running – less than 10 seconds remained
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armed in full mode
armed in day mode
armed in night mode
entry delay countdown is running
fire alarm
alarm
warning alarm
tamper alarm
fire alarm memory
alarm memory
warning alarm memory
tamper alarm memory
Zone status
The status of zones is illustrated by means of icons. The icons are designated by numbers
corresponding to the zone numbers. On tapping the icon, the zone number and text
information about the zone state is presented at the top of the display.
Icon
Zone status
normal
violated
trouble – long violation
trouble – no violation
bypassed
tamper
first triggered alarm
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tamper memory
alarm memory
1.1.10 “Emergency” screen
Icon
Function
Tapping and holding for 3 seconds will trigger the fire alarm.
Tapping and holding for 3 seconds will trigger the medical (auxiliary) alarm.
Tapping and holding for 3 seconds will trigger the panic alarm. The installer
defines, whether the loud panic alarm (with a loud alarm signal) or the silent
one (without a loud signal) will be triggered.
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1.1.11 “Advanced” screen
In the lower right corner of the screen you will find information on the keypad firmware
version.
Icon
Function
Locking the touch screen for 30 seconds (to clean the screen).
Displays the “Backlight” screen.
Displays the “Volume” screen
Enables updating of the keypad firmware (the function is available after
entering the service code).
Enables formatting of the microSD card (the function is available after entering
the service code).
Displays the terminal.
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Backlight
Intensity of the screen backlight can be controlled within the 10-100% range. In the night
hours, which can be specified, the backlight intensity can be different.
Volume
You can define the volume level of sounds generated:
when operating the keypad (tapping the keys, confirmation of performed
operation, etc.) and signaling the trouble.
after zone violation (CHIME signal).
when signaling the entry delay.
when signaling the exit delay.
when signaling fire alarms.
when signaling warning, burglary, panic and medical alarms.
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Terminal
The terminal enables the alarm system to be operated and programmed in the same way as
from the LCD keypad with text menu. The method of using such a keypad is described in the
control panel programming / user manuals (electronic versions of the manuals are available
on the www.satel.eu website).
1.2 Sound signaling
The installer can disable the sound signaling.
1.2.1 Beeps generated when using the icon-based menu
1 short beep – tapping a key on the authorization screen or selecting/deselecting a field
when choosing the partitions and event type.
2 short beeps – tapping an icon.
2 long beeps – incorrect code, function unavailable or return from the main screen back to
the status screen.
3 short beeps – confirmation of command execution.
1.2.2 Beeps generated when using the terminal
1 short beep – tapping a number key.
2 short beeps – entering the user menu, submenu or a function, or going to a next
programming step.
3 short beeps – confirmation of:
– starting the arming procedure (there is exit delay in the partition) or arming (there is no
exit delay in the partition);
– disarming and/or alarm clearing;
– turning output off;
– disabling chime signal in the keypad, using the
key;
– exiting the function and returning to the menu after confirmation of the data entered.
4 short beeps and 1 long beep – signaling of:
– turning output on;
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– enabling chime signal in the keypad, using the
key;
– ending the function and exiting the user menu after confirmation of the data entered.
1 long beep – some zones are bypassed (when arming) or denial of arming (some zones in
the partition are violated or there is a trouble).
2 long beeps – incorrect code, function not available or exiting the function without
confirmation of the data entered (e.g. by using the
key).
3 long beeps – refusal to carry out a command (the user does not have the required
authority level or the function is not available).
1.2.3 Events signaled by sounds
Only installer selected events are signaled.
Alarms are being signaled throughout the time programmed by the installer.
5 short beeps – zone violation (CHIME).
Long beep every 3 seconds, followed by a series of short beeps for 10 seconds
and 1 long beep – countdown of exit delay (if the time is shorter than 10 seconds, only
the final sequence of short beeps will be generated).
A sequence of 7 beeps of diminishing duration, repeated every few seconds –
countdown of auto-arming delay.
2 short beeps every seconds – countdown of entry delay.
2 short beeps every 3 seconds – signaling a new trouble.
Short beep every 0.5 seconds – warning alarm.
Continuous beep – alarm.
Long beep every second – fire alarm.
2. Operating the alarm system
This section describes selected operations which can be executed using the icon-based
menu. The description does not include the user authorization, which will be required when
using the keypad.
The alarm system is operated from the terminal in the same way as when using the LCD
keypad with text menu. For description of the alarm system operation by means of LCD
keypad with text menu, please refer to the control panel user manual.
2.1 Arming
Completion of the steps below will start the arming procedure. The procedure ends when the
exit delay time elapses (if the countdown is completed successfully, the system becomes
armed – see also “Failure of arming procedure” p. 16). If the exit delay time is 0, the system
becomes armed instantly.
You can change the arming mode, which means you do not have to disarm the system to set
the partition to another arming mode. In the case of alarm, changing the arming mode or reactivating the same arming mode will result in clearing the alarm (it does not apply to the
quick arming mode).
The day/night arming modes are available if the installer has defined which zones are
to be active in this armed mode.
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If exit delay is programmed for a partition, you can leave the partition through the exit
route without triggering alarm after the partition arming procedure has started. The
exception is when the partition is armed without exit delay.
1. Tap
on the main screen. The “Arming” screen will be displayed. Appearance of
the screen depends on whether you can arm the system in one or two partitions.
If the installer has allowed the quick arming (without entering the code) of one partition
only, arming the other partition is only possible after tapping and holding
3 seconds.
for
2. If a screen is displayed presenting the partitions by means of appropriately described
fields, you can tap these fields to select whether the partition is to be armed (
), or not
(
).
3. Tap one of the following icons:
- to arm in full mode,
- to arm in day mode,
- to arm in night mode.
If you want to arm the system immediately (without any exit/entry delay), tap and hold
the icon for 3 seconds.
4. The arming procedure will be initiated in the partition(s).
2.1.1 Information about bypassed zones
The installer can configure the control panel in such a manner that, if there are any bypassed
zones in the partition, the arming procedure will not start, but the terminal and the following
message will be displayed:
“Bypassed zones 1=Arm 4=Bypasses” – you can:
– tap
to cancel the arming,
– tap
to proceed with the arming,
– tap
to start the INHIBIT function (see: alarm control panel user manual).
“Bypassed zones 1=Arm” – you can:
– tap
to cancel the arming,
– tap
to proceed with the arming.
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2.1.2 Denial of arming
The installer can configure the control panel in such a manner that, if there is any violated
zone in the partition or any trouble (including tamper) in the system, the arming procedure will
not start, but the terminal and the following message will be displayed:
“Zone [zone number] violat.” – you can:
– tap
to cancel the arming,
– tap
to start the INHIBIT function (see: alarm control panel user manual).
The system can be armed after eliminating the cause of the zone violation, or after
bypassing the zone.
“Violated zones 1=Ok 2=Check” – you can:
– tap
to cancel the arming,
– tap
to force the arming,
to view the list of violated zones. When viewing the violated zones, provided
– tap
you have the ZONE INHIBITION right, you can bypass the violated zone after tapping
(when a prompt is displayed asking you to confirm the operation, tap
to
bypass the zone, or
to cancel bypassing the zone).
“Troubles 1=Ok 2=Check” – you can:
– tap
to cancel the arming,
– tap
to force the arming,
– tap
to view the trouble log.
Information on the forced arming is written into the event log.
2.1.3 Failure of arming procedure
The installer can program the control panel so that the arming procedure will fail if, when the
exit delay countdown ends:
– there is a violated zone in the partition which was not violated when the arming
procedure was started;
– there is a trouble which did not exist when the arming procedure was started.
2.2 Disarming
If there is an alarm (alarm memory), disarming will result in simultaneously clearing the
alarm.
Tap
on the main screen. Depending on the system state:
I. There is no alarm (alarm memory) and 1 partition is armed / you have access to 1
partition
The partition will be disarmed.
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II. There is an alarm (alarm memory) and 1 partition is armed / you have access to 1
partition
The “Alarm clearing / Disarming” screen will be displayed. Tap
. The partition will
be disarmed.
III. There is no alarm (alarm memory) and both partitions are armed
A screen will be displayed presenting partitions by means of appropriately described
fields. Tap these fields to select whether the partition is to be disarmed (
), or not
). Having finished selecting the partitions, tap
.
(
IV. There is an alarm (alarm memory) and both partitions are armed
The “Alarm clearing / Disarming” screen will be displayed. Tap
the instructions given in it. III above.
and then follow
2.3 Alarm clearing (without disarming)
Tap
on the main screen. Depending on the system state:
I. There is an alarm (alarm memory) and none of the partitions is armed
The alarm will be cleared.
II. There is an alarm (alarm memory) and at least 1 partition is armed
The "Alarm clearing / Disarming" screen will be displayed. Tap
cleared.
. The alarm will be
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