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No.4153
1NSTALLAT;ON
INSTRUCTIONS
,,rAPEMCOj
THIS ISSUE HAS BEEN SUBSTANTIALLY
POINT PROTECTION
CONTROL/COMM~UNlCATOR
REVISED
I.
TABLBOP COWlY?Xl%
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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II.
INTRODUCTION
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1
III.
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PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
3
Iv.
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REMOTEPROGRAMMING
AND CONTROL
3
V.
POINT PROTECTION
EQUIPMENT
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5
VI.
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OPERATION
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VII.
INSTALLATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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WIRING TRE POLLINGAND COWTACT
LOOPS..* .................
419OWHDCID RPMPREPARATION
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10
12
CONFIGURING
THE RPM ................................
SELECTINGAN RPMID NUMBER
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INSTALLING THE 4153 C-COM
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WIRING TRE 4153....................................
WIRING THE 4153RD RING DETECTOR
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WIRING 'IRE 4152LMBLOOPMODULE.......; .............
INSTALLING AWDWIRING KEYPADS
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INSTALLING VECTORSYSTEMSNEARAN INI'ERCOMSYSTEM
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PROGRAMMING
THE 4153 ...............................
FACTORYPROGRAMMING
TABLE..........................
SPECIFIC ADDRESSPRCXZUMMING
INSTRDCTIONS
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MST&L1 NG ANDREMOVINGCIRCUIT BOARDS
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BEFORERELEASINGTHE SYSTPM
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SERVICE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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VIII.
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IX.
PAGBNOS.
RECALLINGALARMAND TROUBLEMESSAGES...............
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SPECIFICATIONS
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The ADEMO;)No. 4153 POINT PROTECTIONCONTROLCOMFZINICATOR
is a microprocessor
based security control and the heart of the VECTOR3000 security system. The
design affords an extremely reliable
system
characteristic
point protection
which is easy to install
and convenient to use. The many programmable options
permit. the installer
to tailor
the No. 4153 to the design requirements of a
particular
installation.
N2759V3
II90
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The No. 4153 can monitor and annunciate up to 37 protection points and indicate
PANIC alarms,
polling
loop short circuits
and open circuits.
The ARKUS
AUTNORITY LEvKt feature allows the system to be controlled
hy up to eight'
separate user assigned ID codes of varying authority.
The control may aJ60 be
used to trigger an alternative
communication means - Long Range Radio, Derived
Channel S.T.U.. etc....
options which further extend system capabilities.
The No. 4153 also has several
When used with the factory standard No. 4153RD RING DEL'BCXIR. the control may be
(when programmed) controlled
and programmed from a remote location using a No.
699 PROGRAMMER
or an IBM PC. The No. 415ZIJ! LINE HODULBis another option that
enables the No. 4153 to be installed
with a CLASSA polling loop configuration
The No. 4197 LINI3 KX!Z%NDRR
at the cost of giving up remote control/programming.
?SDDULB
doubles the length of the polling loop and is used to solve installation
problems where polling loop communication is weak.
The No. 4153 CONTROLCOMMUNICATOR
communication format is program selectable.
The installer
may select from a 3+1 or 4+1 zone qpe reporting
format (3 or 4
digit account number and a 1 digit event code) or from a 4+2 format (4 digit
The 4+2 format may be programmed to
account number and a 2 digit went code).
report either by sensor or by zone type.
NOTR:
The No. 4153 is part of the VECTOR3000 Digital
Point Annunciation
Alarm Control System described in the System's User's Manual.
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PRINCIPLE OFOFRRATION:
III.
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The No. 4153 C-CCMis connected to as many as 37 protection points through RPHs
which are connected by a single pair of wires.
The control constantly polls and
Each contact/motion
receives
a response from each RPM regarding .its status.
detector RPM can monitor two separate points of protection,
identify
them
uniquely and report on their status.
The control will then take the appropriate
action. if any, by displaying or sounding messages at the console, by sounding
external sounders or by sending, messages to the central station by phone line
or. when equipped to do so. by other means (for example; long range radio.
derived channel, etc.).
Each of the 37 protection points can be assigned to a
reporting
zone (up to 7 can be used) used by a built-in
communicator.
each protection.point
can transmit its own unique reporting code
Alternatively,
via the built-in
communicator.
0’
4153
0,
4190
R *
d \
DIAGRAN1.
Iv.
4190
4190
4190
POLLxlsLooP
RENOTE-ANDCONTROL:
The Noi 4153 allows the.installer
to call it using bwitched network phone lines
so that the control/canmunicator
can be remotely programmed and/or canmanded
from a No. 699 Intelligent
Programmer or an IBM compatible Personal Computer
It is also possible to initiate
remote access when the system is dimmed
(and no reports
are being communicated) by key entry at a console in the
protected premises ([master code1 + #,+l).
useful when the system is connected
to a telephone line inside a PABX that uses operators.
See-Note 4 under &mote
Capabilities
in this section.
(PC)
l
Accessing
of the No. 4153 from a remote
compromise, by someone attempting to defeat
security protection:
location
is protected
against
the system, using 3 levels
of
1.
Security Code Bandshake: An 8 digit Central Station
between the No. 4153 and the Central Station.
2.
Calling
the No. 4153 does not directly
Bang-up and call back:
allow
programming as a successful handshake merely results
in the No. 4153
breaking the phone line connection and then calling back the (internally
stored) central station service phone number*.
*NOTE:
ID code must be matched
In 'situations
where a service person is on site and the system is
installed
inside a PABX. it is possible to initiate
a dwnload from
the protected premises.
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3.
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Data Nmrypticln:
Data passed between the central station and the No. 4153
is encrypted for security so that it is very difficult
for a foreign device
tapped into the phone line to take wet communication and substitute
system
compranising information.
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EqaipmentRequired
At the prerises
The No. 4153 must be used with the (factory installed)
No. 4153RD Ring
Detector if remote programming and/or control is desired. The No. 4152LM.
providing Class 'A' polling loop operation csnnot be used when the 4153RD
is used.
At the central
station
(or the installer's
office/home)
.
A No. 699MDIntelligent
Programmer that incorporates
and a No. 695-53 Progrsm Cartridge.
an internal
modem
.
An IBM PC compatible computer. a Hayes Brand Model 1200 Modem, No.
4153PC Downloading Software Diskette,
and appropriate interconnecting
cables.
OR
.
Remote Capabilities
(See Note 2)
Rogr-g
All programming functions accessible
No. 699 direct programming.
from the unit's
keypad or via
local
conanding
There are two types of commandsthat can be issued to the system:
.
Control
Commands-
To Arm the System in the Away Mode*Cl)
To Disarm the System
To Bypass a Sensor or Sensors
To Force the System to Accept a New Program Dwnload
To Disable Operation because of Lease Non-Payment (a display of
dE will be left on the console)
To Lockout Local Console or 6991P Programming. Preventing System
Takeover By Another Alarm Company
.
Status CommandsTo Cause the System to Upload a Copy of its
the central station
To Read System Status:
Resident Program to
Arming Status
Ready Status
Presence of Alarma (past or present)
Presence of Troubles (past or present)
AC Pauer Status
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*NOTES:
1.
If the system is programmed for open/close
be reported.
reporting
by user, User #l will.
2.
After the 4153 and the 699 or PC have established valid communication, each
console displays an 'OC' and emits a trouble sound. This indicates that
the 4153 is not polling the consoles or the RPMs. The 4153 will resee the
normal security functions after it.is
commandedto hang up. See the 4153PC
or 695-53 instructions
for details.
The detailed operation of the functions described below is covered in
Installation
Instructions
for the No. 695-53 Program Cartridge and for
4153PC Dwnload Software Diskette.
To
To
To
To
To
To
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.
V.
Read List of Faulted Sensors
Read List of Bypassed Sensors
Read 10 Day Alarm History Log
Read 10 Day Trouble History Log
Read List of Sensors Currently in Alarm
Read List of Sensors Currently in Trouble
Remote Communication Specifications
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the
the
Transmission Rate - 75 baud, half duplex
Program Download Time - 2 minutes for a complete program
Typical Total Time Including Call Up/Call-Back - 5-7 minutes.
Remote Comend/Rogramming Advisofies
.
Alarm and Trouble Reporting are disabled during the time that
system and the central station are linked to each other for
described functions, follwing
a valid exchange .of codes.
.
Keypad entries are ignored during the same time interval
The console emits a trouble tone during this interval.
.
Should an alarm transpire during the remote program/control
interval,
the system'would not respond to the alarm condition until the remote
mode was ended. The Nos. 4190WH. 4192, 4194WH. 4196. and 4208 all
store their fault conditions until they are read by the No. 4153. As
such, alarm conditions from these RPM6 would not be missed, only
delayed.
.
A copy of the program downloaded may be produced from either the No.
699 Intelligent
Programmer or the IBM PC compatible computer, using
report generators, when an optional printer
those products' internal
is connected.
cited
the
the
above.
POINT PRoTmrIoN EQUIPMKNT:
The. No. 4153 C-COM is a special control designed to operate with a point
protection.polling
loop. It should not be used to operate other kinds of, alarm
such as separate conventional wired zones. The No. 4153 can presently
circuits,
be used with the following equipment:
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No. 4lS7 SBUFRITYCONSOLE
The No. 4157 CONSOLEprwides
all system status indications
and permits all
system control functions.
The console is used to program the system, to arm and disarm the burglary system, to assign and remwe programmed selections,
activate
PANIC alarms, to provide protection point identification
and to prwide visible
and audible system indications.
Up to 4 consoles can be supported (as many as 6
if supplemental 12 volt power is supplied to operate these additional
consoles).
No. 419mDDAL
POIHT m
I/"\
', ,'
pOIFFfnormr%'(RP~!)
This device
permits
the interface
of any dry contact
sensor
(for
example: magnetic contacts, foil,
vibration
sensors, motion detectors,
smoke
detectors,
etc.) and provides the identification
and status of the protection
points to the No. 4153 C-COM. Each RPM.supports two sensor loops (referred to
as a left loop and a right
loop).
The left
loop can support N.O. and
N.C. contacts and tbe right loop supports N.C. contacts.
A trouble or a fault
detected by the RPMwill be indicated at the console along with the location of
the alarm.
motion detectors or other devices requiring
When smoke detectors,
pwer are used that are not "matched components" from the Vector series, 2
additional
wires must be run to pwer these devices.
No. 4208 8 POINT I
POINT HBDULE(RPN)
The No. 4208 performs similarly
to the No. 4190 except that it interfaces 8 endof-line
resistor supervised protective loops to the control.
Communication ,path
and pwer requirements are provided by the polling loop.
When smoke detectors,
motion detectors,
or other devices not of the Vector family are used, then
separate pwer lines must be used.
No. 4192 SgRIgs OF gMDREDRTRC!l'OR/RR!#YFE
PDIPFl'FgBmLBg
These smoke detectors
(4192CP - ionization.
4192SD - photoelectric,
4192SDTphotoelectric
with thermostat) report to the control all faults and identify
the
alarm location at the console.
If other smoke detectors (4-wire qpe) are used
in conjunction with the left loop of the 419ClWHRPM. 2 additional
wires must be
run to pwer these detectors and a switch must be provided to interrupt
the
pwer to these detectors to reset them. The Vector series detectors are totally
accommodated by the polling loop for their pwer and resetting
and they draw
less than 1 mA each from the loop.
Nos. 4l39UE. 4194WR. 4191WHRZBD coNTAcT~#)INTNDDuLEs
These surface mount (4139WH and 4194WH) and recessed mount (4191WH) Magnetic
RPM, allw windws and doors to be monitored
Reed Contacts, each with a built-in
without the need to separately mount and wire an RPM.
Nos. 4196 QUAD and 4275 DDAL RFDIgORw
PO=
MODDLRg
These "matched" Passive Infrared detectors respond to rapid changes of infrared
into the protected area and reports the
energy associated with an intrusion
The RPM built
into the "matched" Vector 4196 Quad PIR
went to the control.
contacts to be interfaced
to the unit,
also permits
nearby closed circuit
enhancing the economy of the RPM. The PIRs have a naninal coverage of 35' x 35'
The 4196
and can be wended to 45' x 45' cwerage by mounting adjustment.
By mirror
utilizes
two dual detectors to achieve verified
PIR operation.
application.
70' x
changeout, the PIRs can be adapted for long range (corridor)
powered by the polling
16' (4196) or 80' x 10' (4275). These PIRs are directly
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p
.- -'
If other motion detectors are
loop and no separate power wiring is required.
Up to 5 4196 PIRs can be selected to
used. separate power wiring is required.
utilize
pulse count to further enhance their false alarm immunity (each 4275 ha6
Additional 4196 PIR's can be utilized
without
a built-in
pulse count option).
pulse count. Do not use pulse count feature with PIRs configured for long range
set for pulse
coverage. Do not use software pulse counting for 4275s internally
count.
No. 4l52LN8 CLASS“A” POLLIMGLOOPADAPTHR
This add-on circuit board is used tc provide additional security by enabling the
polling loop to be connected Class 'A' where it car: be polled even though the
loop may be broken. This adapter may also be wired as a separate open ended
loop to effectively
double the length of the polling loops that can be supported
(See SECTION 'WIRING THE POLLINGLOOP"). Use of this adapter does not increase
This adapter
the number of sensors that the system can uniquely identify.
cannot be used if central station initiated
rem&e commandor programming is to
be used with this product.
No. 4197 LOOPEXTBNDHR
I3DDuLB
This device i6 a signal repeater that double6 the maximum polling loop length
It may also be used to enhance polling
loops
from the point of loop cut-in.
with marginal
or poor signaling
performance at certain extended RPMs. by
prwiding
signal boosting for the marginal devices.
It can be powered from the
control or locally from AC power via a No. 729 plug-in pat?er supply (provide
local rechargeable battery in the latter instance).
No. 4198 POLLIfS LOOP TgsrlgR
This diagnostic
device tests the polling loop for potential
failure
due to
excessive length or inappropriate
gauge. When inserted between the control
panel and the polling loop it places a load on-line and tests those loops which
might extend too fsr from the panel.
VI.
OPERATION:
A point protection security system use6 a computer based control panel connected
to a 6ingle multiplex communication circuit
called a polling loop. The polling
loop consists
of a run of paired wire (twisted is preferred,
but is not
mandatory) with multiple RPMs (e.g. Nos. 4190WH, 4192, 4194WH. 4196. 4208)
connected in parallel
to each other.
Sensor devices are connected to the RPM6
Each contact loop forms a protection
point.
by a contact loop.
Vector 3000
supports up to 37 such protection points on the polling loop and monitor6 the
condition of this polling loop for opens and Shorts.
As the control
receives
individual
sensor status, it check6 the installer
defined assignments stored in the EEPROM(Electrically
Erasable
PRCM that
retains its memory in the absence of power) to determine what action has to be
taken. The control then respond6 accordingly with an appropriate alarm display,
audible console annunciation, external sounder and/or dialer communication.
Each protection
point.is
assigned a zone type by the'installer
for alarm
response and for central station reporting
(when point reporting i6 not used).
When the control receives a reply from an RPM, the microprocessor determine6 the
zone type of the protection
point and responds in a predefined manner. The
following information describes the zone types and their associated responses.
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ARNEDSTATB:
In response to a burglary sensor fault from a point that ha6 been
designated "entry/exit".
alarm6 are activated at the end of the timeout of the'
entry/exit
timer.
Separate entry and exit delay times are installer
selected
from 0 seconds to 150 seconds (in 10 second increments).
Upon entry. a slowly
beeping console warning signal i6 initiated.
If [Code + OFF] is not keyed
before the end of the timing cycle, an alarm is then initiated
and the point in
alarm is identified
on the console.
Either one alarm or multiple alarms per
protection
point (per armed period) i$ installer
selectable
as a systemwide
selection.
This zone type is capable of reporting
dialer RESTOREmessages.
(See address *85 in Programming Section).
will result in the
DISARNEDSTATE: A faulted sensor designated as "entry/exit"
READYLED being extinguished.
Depressing the READYkey will cause the display
of all faulted contacts.
No dialer communication is initiated.
zoNETYPE
PKRINETER
A faulted sensor that has been designated PERIMETERcauses an
instantaneous audible alarm, a latched display of the sensor ID number on the
console, and a dialer report (installer
defined).
Either one alarm or multiple
alarms per protection
point (per armed period) is installer
selectable
as a
systemwide selection.
Dialer RESTOREmessages can he reported.
(See address
*85 in Programming Section).
ARNEU STATE:
DISARMEDSTATE: A faulted sensor results in the READYLED being extinguished.
Depressing the READY key causes the display of the ID number of all faulted
sensors. No dialer communication is initiated.
ZONETYPE 3 IN!l'ERIOR/FOLLCHBRDBLAY
All sensors assigned to the interior
zone have exit delay. These
sensors have entry delay when a zone type 1 (Entry/Exit)
fault precede6 this
fault.
Otherwise, any zone type 3 fault produce6 an immediate audible alarm, a
latched display and a dialer report (installer
defined).
Either one alarm or
multiple alarms per protection
point (per armed period) i6 installer
selectable
Dialer RESTOREmessages can be reported for alarms.
a6 a systemwide selection.
Interior
sensors may all be directly
bypassed by use of the STAY arming feature.
(See address *85 it Programming Section).
AENED STATE:
in the READYLED being extinguished.
DISARHEDSTA!PE: A faulted sensor results
Depressing the RBADY key cause6 the display of the ID numbers of all faulted
sensors. No dialer communication is initiated.
ZONE!lTPE 4 TROUBLEBYBAY/AIJBXBYNIGBT
A faulted sensor that has been designated as DAY/NIGHT causes an
instantaneous audible alarm, a latched display of the ID number of the sensor,
Either one alarm or multiple alarms
and a dialer report (installer
defined).
per protection point (par armed period) is installer
selectable as a systemwide
(See address
Dialer RBsroRB messages can be reported for alarms.
selection.
*85 iti Programming Section).
ARMED STATE:
The
sensor will result
in a TROUBLE condition.
DISABMKD STATE: A faulted
console will beep rapidly and display the ID number of all faulted sensors. The
trouble can initiate
a dialer TROUBLE
console !CMUBLBLED will glow. The first
Subsequent
TROUBLES,
prior
to
a
TROUBLE
RESTORE.
will
not initiate
report.
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n
When all
additional
dialer
reports.
TROUELBRESlTBB message can he reported.
TROUBLEShave been removed, a 6ysteUI
Pressing any key silences the beeping. A subsequent entry
the display.
ZONETYFESSAND6 24EOlJRZONES
Operational response is individually
listed 24 hour modes:
selectable
[Code + OFF]. clear6
for zones 5 and 6 from the belaw
a dialer report (installer
defined) with no
SILRNT: A faulted sensor initiates
Upon disarming, there will not be a
local display and no sounders activated.
Faults in the disarmed state will
memory indication
of the faulted sensor.
Dialer reports are limited by the
result in the RgADp LED being extinguished.
‘Only one dialer report will be issued
sounder duration programmed selection.
When using the 4+2 fomt.
alarm and
per sounder duration defined period.
(See address *85 in Programming
restore
reports
are sent as they occur.
Section).
an audible alarm, a latched display of the
ADDIBLB: A faulted sensor initiates
Either one
ID number of the sensor'and a dialer report (installer
defined).
alarm or multiple alarms per protection
point (until system is next disarmed/
Dialer RE$XORE
armed) is installer
selectable
a6 a systemwide selection.
messages can be reported.
Faulted contacts initiate
a, steady sounding at the console. a
AUXILIARY:
latched display of the ID number of the sensor and a dialer report (installer
Either one alarm or multiple
alarms per protection
point (until
defined).
is installer
selectable
as a systemwide
system is next disarmed/armed)
Dialer
RESS0REmessages can be reported.
selection.
(See 'address *85 in
Programming Section).
ZONETYPE 7 FIREZONE
Alarms (shorted thermostat6 or pull stations
or activated
smoke
initiate
a pulsed sounder alarm for a time duration defined by the
Concurrent fire alarms, burglary alarm6 and trouble6 are alternately
(Fire
but the sounder will always give priority
to fire alarms.
displayed when field 17 is enabled).
detectors)
installer.
displayed,
alarms are
Fire zone protection .points may not be bypassed. An open fire zone circuit
(TROUBLE)WILL NOT prevent the arming of the burglary system. A shorted sensor
(ALARM) WILL prevent system arming.
Either one alarm or multiple alarms per protection point (until system i6 next
disarmed/armed) is installer
Selectable as system-wide selection.
Contact 6
which have been subsequently faulted will be displayed at the console.
(See
address *85 in Programming Section).
ZONBT!IPB8
DDRBSS(AMBDSE)
This is a zone only in the sense that it report6 a message to the Central
Station. To activate the DURESSfeature, enter the first three number6 of the
SZCDRITY WDB and increase the fourth digit by 1. ONPORTANTI If the last
SECURITYCODEdigit is 9. or if no report code is assigned, the duress feature
is disabled.)
a
The DURESSfeature does not initiate
any audible or visual signals, but reports
a silent alarm. It does not cause a dialer RESTOREmessage to be transmitted.
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TAMPER: Refer6 to the removal of a 419OWHRPM cover.
TAMPERdetection will
always result in a trouble signal (if program enabled) if it occurs when the
q6tm
is not armed and will display the ID nrrmber of the left loop of the
affected RPM. If the system is armed ‘and a tamper detection occurs when the
left loop is utilized
for burglary protection
(zones l-4). a burglary alarm will
result.
If the left loop is Used for fire,
panic or auxiliary,
a tamper
detection will result in a trouble signal.
The implication
of the latter
is
that a tamper fault duting the armed mode will only result in a trouble if the
left loop is used for non-burglary response even though the right loop is Used
Removal of a cover of a fire programmed (left loop)
for burglary detection.
4190WHwill always result in a Trouble signal, whether tamper is program enabled
or not.
suPERV1s1oW: Refers to non-responding RPM6 when there are no break6 in the
polling
loop.
However, RPM6 situated between multiple breaks in a Class 'A'
polling
loop or RPM6 beyond a single break in an open ended polling loop will
appear a6 supervision faults.
SUPERVISIONFAULT will always result in a trouble
signal if it occurs when the system is not armed and will display the ID ntrmber
of the left loop.
If the system is armed and a supervision fault occurs when
the left loop is utilized
for burglary protection
(zones l-4). a burglary alarm
will
result.
If the left
loop i6 used for fire,
panic,
or auxiliary,
a
supervision fault will result in a trouble signal even though the right loop i6
used for burglary detection and the system is armed.
VII.
IN-ON
:
Installing
a point protection
system involve6 wiring the polling
and sensor
loops, preparing and mounting the RPMs: and programming. morPlting and wiring the
control.
It is important that the installer
completely read this section before
attempting any of the installation
procedures.
NOTE:
The following installation
procedure6 involve the No. 4190WHRPMonly.
Please refer to the instructions
included with the No. 4208 for
Both products will perform a
information
regarding those products.
similar function to that of the No. 4190 and msy be more appropriate
for portion6 or all of your installation.
Wiring the polling and contact loops first
is the most efficient
way to install
this method, the installer
not only
a point protection
system. By following
For this reason
establishes
all circuit6
but also create6 a programming plan.
the installer
should keep a record of what zone is to be assigned to each
protection
point and how that protection point is to perform.
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The following
should be considered when wiring
POLLINGLOOP (twisted
pair preferred)
WIRE LmElw
PEREm?*
22
20
18
16
(0.64 mm.0.D.)
(0.81 m.0.D.)
(1.0 mm.0.D.)
(1.3 mm.0.D.)
650'(2O(h.)
950' (29th. )
1500'(46Om.1
2400'(73Om.)
the two
types
of
lOOp6:
cONTAcTLOoPs
LEFTLOOP
High Current = 22 gauge ( 0.64mm.O.D.)
1200 feet (370m.1. Refer to Diagram 3.
under heading "INSTRDCTIONSFOR LBF!l'
LOOPOPERATIONS.for additional
infoxmation.
Lw current = 22 gauge 8 200'
*If multiple wire runs are
[60m.]. (fast response:10
BIB),
extended from the control,
1200' L370m.l (slow response:400ms).
maximum total length
RIGHTLOOP=
22 gauge @1200' [370m.]
of wire that can be connected
(max.) LOWCURRENT;tlee
to the polling loop is 4000
reed contacts only.
feet (1200m.1, independent of
300 m6 response
how heavy a wire gauge is Used.
When a 4152LMB Polling Loop Adapter
is used to create a separate open
ended loop, an additional 4000
feet (1200m) of polling loop wire
can be run.
While the polling loop is being
wired, don't forget to run a pair
from the auxiliary
paJer output
and ground if you are not using Pm6
or smoke detectors of the 4190 series.
11
.
Diagram 2 describes
several methods of installing
a polling
loop:
.
c-3
\ --
OPEN POLLING LbOP
(STAR 1
OPEN POLLING LOOP (SINGLE)
The following
wiring
configuration6
are used with the addition-of
OPEN POLLING LOOP
(MULTIPLE)
CLASS “A” POLLING LOOP
(SINGLE)
II
DIAGRAM2.
the 4152LM.
UIRIlGTEBPOLLIwGM)oP
No. 419OWERPU PREPARATION
Preparing
operation
the RPM for installation
and (2) properly assigning
involves:
(1) configuring
the RPM for
an identification
number to each RPM.
WNFIGURING’TBB
RPN
Each 419OWHRPM can accommodate up to two 6ensor loops: a left loop and a right
loop.
The left loop may be configured to monitor N.O. and/or N.C. contectr;.
The right loop monitor6 N.C. contacts only.
The left loop must always be used
in or&r to have proper polling loop operation.
The u6e of the right loop i6
optional.
The follwing
mggeetims are helpful when configuring the left loop:
.
When cutting an option jumper, be certain
cut to avoid accidental contact.
.
Use the high current mode only when using mechanical contacts (e.g. No. 39
or other non-reed contacts>.
Leave the WHITE jumper intact when using the
high current mode. Cut the WHITE jumper when using the low current mode
for reed contEcts.
.
The current coxmmption of the entire polling loop cannot exceed 60 mA.
Complete the worksheet in thie section by describing each protection point
and entering the current drain alongside each dwice.
.
Although
any number of sensors may be assigned to sensor loop, avoid
as this
assigning too many contacts to any 6en6or loop (left or right)
make6 it difficult
for the end u6er or your service personnel to identify a
specific 6en6or that has been faulted.
12
that BOTH SIDBS of the jumper are
n‘\
See Bslow.for
Settings
See Below for
Jumper Options
6,
fl
RED
COMMON
.
DIP Switch
I
WHITE
..cTl , 14190I 14190I I 4190 I 1Ql
)i
.
I
Ai
‘1
I
POLLING
’ I 4 II’ I
7
RIGHT LOOP: FOR N.C. SERIES
CIRCUITS ONLY. USE SEALED
LOOP
. ALWAYS OBSERVE POLARITY.
. ALWAYS CONNECT IN PARALLEL.
. SEE TEXT FOR WIRE GAUGE AND
WIRE LENGTH REQUIREMENTS.
LEFT LOOP: FOR NC. CIRCUIT
(INTERNAL EOLR) OR N.C.
AND/OR N.O. CIRCUIT (EXTERNAL EOLR). (See Left Loop
Jumper Options Below.)
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SETTlNG ID#
INSTRUCTIONS FOR LEFT LOOP OPTIONS
CONVER? ID NUMBER TO DIP SWITCH
SETTINGS 1 ACCORDING TO THIS TABLE
1. RED JUMPER SETS LOOP
RESPONSE TIME
CUT = 10 MSEC
UNCUT = 400 MSEC
2. WHtTE JUMPER SETS CURRENT ON LOOP
CUT = O.lmA FOR REED
CONTACTS
UNCUT = 1 mA FOR
MECHANICAL
SWITCHES
3. BLUE JUMPER - CUT ONLY
WHEN AN EOLR IS NOT USED
(WHITE JUMPER MUST ALSO
BE CUT)
NOTE: IF YOU USE HIGH CURRENT FOR MECHANICAL
SWITCHES YOU MUST USE
AN EOLR (DO NOT CUT
BLUE OR WHITE JUMPERS)
ON
OFF
ON - 1
OFF - 2
LEAVE THESE IN OFf’
POSITION. (RED
EXPOSE0 AT OFF)
YOU ONLY NEED TO SET THE
LEFT LOOP #I
WHEN BOTH LOOPS ARE USED,
THE TRANSPONDER WILL
AUTOMATICALLY ADD (+l) TO
SET THE RIGHT LOOP #.
gf:
::
OFF-12
ON
l
13
OFF - 14
ON l 15
OFF l 16
ON - 17
OFF - 16
EL
ON
= 3
: 21
SF’
E
)T’N’ : g
OFF : 26
IF ONLY ONE LOOP IS USED,
USE THE LEFT LOOP, SET THE
ID #, AND USE THE NEXT CONSECUTIVE WFOR THE NEXT
TRANSPONDER.
ti%
l.
::
ON
-
29
E=:P
OFF : 32
ON -33
OFF.34
Diagram3.
419CWHRPMSUMMARY
OF ODNNBCTIONS
13
A RED
A WHITE
A BLUE
If using a fast acting sensor. such 66 a glass break or a vibration
(ADEMoDNO. 11) 6en6or. cut the BED jampar
to configure the RPM for 10 MSEG
response.
.
As delivered,
the left loop is configured to be used with bodl p8r6llel
N.O. and series N.C. sensor6 (loop is supervised against opens and shorts)
and an external End-of-Line Resistor
(either 4700 ohm6 [small, YELLOWVIOLET-RED l/4 vatt size] for high current [mechanical switch] operation or
30,000 ohm6 [large, ORANGE-BLACK-ORANGE
l/2 vatt size] for lov current
[reed] operation) must be connected across the loop at the last (furthest)
6en6or.
(The vhite jumper must be cut to use the 30.000 OhmEOLR.) If this
level of supervision is not desired and if only N.C. contacts will be used,
the requirement
for using the external
End-of-Line
Resistor can be
eliminated by cutting the BLUg jmper.
Uhen this is done onlyla
current
operation of the sensor loop in possible (i.e. only reed contact6 may be
used).
When setting the RPM IDO. only the ID0 for the left loop should be set at the
.DIP Switch.
If the right loop is used. the control vi11 automatically
add ( +1)
If the right loop is
one to the left loop ID# for right loop identification.
not beinn used. the next RPM can be set to the next sequential nunbet.
Left Loop
D$
-!l&ii, - #I/
T
“CONTACT
I
:u.l
Right Loop
Left Loop
Right Loop
this
RPM'6
DIP
.
Set
Set this RPM's DIP switch to
switch to ID #3.
ID #l.
Left
loop
(DOOR) will
be
.
Left loop (MOTIONDETECTOR)will
be
.
Point 83.
Point #l.
Right loop (WINDOW)will
be
.
Right loop (DOOR)will automatically
autanatically
be set to be
;et to be Point #2 when the
Point
84 when the control
control is programmed for this
is programmed for this configconfiguration.
uration.
.
CADTIONS: 1.
2.
-
m
met tvo BIlzs' DIP dtcbes
to the sam ID 1.
massitwo loops to the 8(1111e
ID #
when progrdg
the control.
2:
If only the left loop is used. RPMDIP 6vitches
control vi11 be programmed to knckl that the right
14
can be set sequentially as the
loop is not being used.
<T-T
_
.
.
l
Set this RPM’s DIP
switch to ID 81.
Since right loop is unused.
no ID # will be essigned by
the control.
.
Set this RPM's DIP svitch
to ID to 12.
HINTS:
.
Right loop cannot be used without
.
Smoke'Detector RPM6do
.
Assign ID numbers vith future expansion
being used, skip an ID number whenever
4196 i6 NOT Used. Right loop sensors
installation
is being expanded, without
switches on any of the RPM6and just by
.
4208 sensor loops, 4139WH6, 4191WHs. 4194WHsand 42756 are all
assigned Left Loop response.
not
first
using Left loop.
support a Right loop.
15
in mind. If many ID'6 are not
the Right loop of a 419OWHor
can then be added later if an
having to reprogram the DIP
reprogramming of the control.
to be
.
r
TRANSPONDER
LOCATION
PROTECTIC
POINT
.
:
: DINING RM
WINDOW
BEHIND VERT. BLlNDS CONTACT
- KITCHEN DOOR
RADIATOR WELL
BCK DOOR
CONTACT
NOT
USED
IINSIDE BASEMENT
IDOOR (CEILING)
:SMOKE
l
bo not us’e sensor; of &Id Ol’
if ring detection is enabled.
FOR EXAMPLE ONLY.
ACTUAL ENTRIES SHOULD BE MADE ON THE
ACCOMPANYING
WORKSHEET.
I
I
*LEFT
I
LOOP ID #‘IS TRANSPONDER
‘*ZONE ASSIGNMENTS
D-
1:
2:
3:
4:
E/E BURGLARY
PERIMETER BURGLARY
INTERIOR BURGLARY
DAY/NIGHT BURGLARY
4.
DIP SWITCH
5:
6:
7:
8:
24 HR AUDIBLE, SILENT OR AUX
24 HR AUDIBLE, SILENT OR AUX
FIRE
DURESS
PROTBCTIONPOINT WORKSBET
16
SETTING
INsTALLING~wo.
4153 C-CON
Installing
the No. 4153 C-COM involves wiring all
the c~ntrol/caumunicator.
WIRING THE No. 4153
The following
information
TERNIULS
l(+).
2(-j
describes the terminal
connections
and programming
connections of the control.
DESCXIPTION
Connections for the polling loop.
than the indicated maximum length
connected in parallel
to each
identifiable
aenaor loops may be
loop. whether single. double, or
are used.
Be certain to use no more
All RPMz .ire
of wire.
No more than 37
other.
connected to this polling
octuple sensor loop RPMs
AC input connections from the No. 1349 TRANSFORMER.Connect
the transformer to a 24 hour unswitched llOV, 6OHz outlet.
3, 4
5(-l,
6(+)
12V Q 750 mA max. pcwer'(includes
Auxiliary
pclwer output:
the current available from terminal #I4 to power consoles).
7(-l,
8(+)
12V Q 1.5 A.
Alarm sounder
wet output:
installation,
see Note Regarding IJL Installatioua.
For
UL
WARNING1
Use only one 8 ohm speaker with a VECTORsystem equipped
with a No. 733 SIREN DRIVER. Multiple speakers may be used
only when they are wired in series.
Under no circumstances
should multiple 8 ohm speakers be wired in parallel
as the
4153 parer mupply is not capable of sopplying the 3 (or
more) amps required to parer such a load. Although the No.
733 is capable of powering such a configuration.
the
supporting
control
product cannot provide the required
therefore.
could cause a product
power. This configuration,
malfunction.
9, 10. 11, 12
13
14. 15, 16. 17
Use a No. 620 Direct Connect
Telephone line connections.
#lO = Incaning Line
cord. #9 = Handset
(Tip. BRaWN)
(Tip. GREEN)
812 = Handset
‘#ll = Incon!ing Line
(Ring..GRAY)
(Ring, RED)
"DIALER ACTIVE" output (optional usage to light a remote
LED) goes low when active.
Console connections.
When using multiple
console should be connected to these control
DAISY CHAINED(HOMERUN TO EACHCONSOLE).
#14 = Pwer
(RED)
#16 = Data IN (GREEN)
17
consoles, each
terminals, NOT
a15 = Data OUT (YELLOW)
(BLACK)
a17 = Ground
.
Note Regarding TJL Installations:
1.
2.
3.
Sounding devices must be
decibels or more.
UL 609 Installations:
Sounding Device For Use
Grade A.
Maximum bell output pwer
information
listed
per UL 464 and have a marked rating
of 85
is 12V. at 1.5A.
Refer to the following
wire length (max.)/gauge (min.)
when mounting
the
console
away from
the
control
panel.
GAUGE
22.641~m.0.~.)
20 (0.81null.0.D.)
18 (1.02mmm.0.D.)
18
Ground Start
19
Not Used.
20
This connection
EARTH GROUNDconnection
protection against electrical
transients.
699 INTERFACE
PLUG
Direct
connection to the No. 699 PRU3AMM!ZR for
caumunicator prograrsning.
VOLT&E TRIGGER
INTERFACE
This male socket used is in conjunction with a connector
(supplied) used for direct connection to other UL
listed output media (for example, No. 7620 Long Range Radio
Transmitter,
No. 698 Derived Channel Subscriber Terminal
The following list describes all the flying
Unit. etc...).
Voltage levels are activated at
leads and their function.
4.5V and are lw at l/2 volt.
Output to No. 675,Ground Start Module
is essentisl
for
control/
YELLOW wire - for OPENING/CLOSING. Lw voltage equals
disarmed and HI voltage equals armed.
RED Wire - High* voltage equals burglary Zones 1, 2, 3, 4
activated.
GREENWire - High* voltage equals Fire Zone 7 activated.
.WHITE Wire - High* voltage equals Emergency Zone 5 or Zone 8
(Duress) activated.
Deactivated by ,CODE+ OFF sequence.
BLACKWire - Ground
Signs1 polarity
can be rwersed
(i.e.
Low =
*Note:
Activated)
under program control for supervised
voltage triggers.
2(-J
c-7
,, ,'
Sounding device must be listed
sBurglaxyAlarm
In Listed Housing" and the bell must be listed
DISTANCE
up to 220' ( 7om.1
350' (llom.1
550' (170m.1
TB2
l(+).
.
UIHING THE 4l53RD HIW DETECTOR(Only if remote command or
programming via telco lines is to be used)
Connect TB-2 Terminal 1 to TB-1 Terminal 10.
Connect TB-2 Terminal 2 to TB-1 Terminal 11.
18
<n
-
WIRINGTHE OPTIORAL4152LmLOOPEiDDUI.R
l(+).
This polling loop may ,be
Connections to the polling loop.
another wiring run or it may be used as a return.for
the
main loop (providing a Class "A" loop that is immune to a
single open circuit).
NOTE: Adding the Loop Module does
not increase the number of contact loops supported by the
system beyond 37.
2(-j
NoTg:
Either of the above cited modules can be used in a
particular
installation,
not both.
1.
Select a location
and for receiving
2.
Use a rt-wire
Run wiring between the keypad and the control/camunicator.
Additional
keypads may be
run (see the Summary of Connections diagram).
connected in parallel,
with all keypads connected at the control panel. DO
NOT DAISY CZIAIN KRYPADSI See the section "Wiring the 4153" for further
information.
3.
for the keypad that is convenient for entering
the various visual and audible system signals.
commands
vhose heada are
Nount the 4l57 keypad as follws:
Remove the 2 scram,
the information
compartment door on the front of the keypad, to
allw removal of the back cover of the keypad.
behind
In surface
Use
and
the
the
the
with
mount installations
on a plaster/sheetrock
wall.
the template provided to locate the 3 screw mounting holes (2 keyslot)
the wiring access hole. Drill the necessary holes. route the wiring in
wall through the access hole and mount the back of the keypad. Splice
wire run to the keypad's wires and push the interface wiring back into
wall.
Replace the front cover/keypad assembly and screw it in place
the two screws previously removed.
In surface mount installations
uver a preinstalled
box (No. 4157BP backplate required)
standard
electrical
Route the wiring from the electrical
box through the access hole in a
No. 4157BP backplate and screw mount the backplate to 2 screw holes in the
electrical
box. Route the wiring through the access hole jn the back cover
of the keypad and hang this cover from its 2 keyslot holes on plastic posts
protruding
from the No. 4157BP backplate.
Screw the back cover to the
No. 4157BP using one screw. Splice the wire run to the keypad's wires and
push the interface wiring back into the electrical
box. Replace the front
cover/keypad assembly and screw it in place with the two screws prwiously
removed.
4.
For information
regarding
accompanying the keypad.
flush
mounting the keypad, see the instructions
19
.
FOR UL SOS GRADE A INSTALLATIONS:
SEE II SUPPLEMENT
No. 4163 POINT
FOR 4153ML.
PBOTECTION
C-COY
COMPLIES WITH FCC RULES PART 68
FCC REGISTRATION
No AC396lJ-69192-ALRINGER EOUIVALENCE
0 08
.
1
1coNsoLE
MTENY
RLOUNENENTS:
lztxNSOLEsl3cONsoLEs
SEE INSTAlJATtDN
INSTRUCTIONS
ALARM
MGGER
PUTPUTS
WARNING! FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION
AGAINST THE RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE
ONLY WITH SAME TYPE AND RATING FUSE.
TYPICAL
4-WIRE
CONTACT
SMOKE
c-7
‘\
GROUND
(BLK)
DETEC-
INSfRUCTIONS)
EANTN 0NouND
(COLD WATER
PIPE OR
ELECTRICAL
EOX
MAY BE SUITABLE
IN SOME
SITUATIONS)
LOOP
NOT USED
WOUND
START OUTPUT
(TO No. 675 GROUND START
MODULE)
- TRAW~PONOER
--1-------..1-----------
CONNECTIONS
_ _ - - _ _ y
no. 419own
DCID
+DATAIN
,-+Z
w
No
, ,
; ;
4196PIR
-FROM TERMINAL 6)
TELEPHONE
LINE CONNECTION
~~-----USING NO 620 DIRECT CONNECT
CORD
PLUG INTO RJ31X JACK
4THE RECEIVING UNIT TO WHICH THIS EOUIPMENT TRANSMITS
SIGNILS
b&V OR MAY NOT
HAVEBEENEVALUATE
DBYUL
*TRANSMISSION
OF THI I FIRE ALARM SIGNAL TO A
FIRE ALARM HEADOUARTERS
OR CENTRALSTk
TION SiALL BE PERMITTED
ONLY WITH APPROVAL OF THE LOCAL AUTHORITV
HAVING
JURISDICTION
.THE BURGLAR ALARM SIGNAL SliALL NOT BE
TRANSMITTED
TO A POLICE EUERGENCY
NUMBER
DIAGRAM5.
No.
installations
:
Note
regarding
1.
Sounding devices must be
Decibels or more.
UL 609 installations:
Sounding Dwice For Use
listed Grade A.
Maximum bell output pwer
2.
3.
Ill,
4l53
listed
1
DATA,OUT
1
E~NTRDL
1
yott:
OTHER CONSOLES
MAY BE USED. CONNECT
EACH
CONSOLE TO THE CONTROL
PANEL. DO NOT OAl8V CFJAM
l’
al5
CUT JUMPER
‘12
-1
SUNNARY OF cowNEC7lWNS
per UL 464 and have a marked rating
Sounding
In Listed
of 85
device must be listed
"Burglar Alarm
Housing" and the bell housing must be
is 12V. at 1.5A.
20
n
‘,\_
,,’
The polling loop and 6ensor loops connected to transponder6 (RPM's) can cause
audio interference
when installed
too close to the wiring running between the
master station
and remote stations of an intercom system.
To avoid this
problem, the following precautions must be taken:
.
A minimum distance
of three. inches must be maintained
between the
polling/sensor
loop wires of the VECTORsecurity system and those of the
intercom.
.
Where it is not practical to maintain a three inch distance between the two
shielded wiring for either the VECTOR
systems. it is necessary to install
polling and/or sensor loops or for the intercom system wiring (depending
which was installed
first).
Whenever shielded wires are used, the shields .
must be earth grounded at the control or, in the case of the intercom, at
the master unit.
If both the VECTORand the intercom system are being installed
at the same tiloe.
it may be easier to use shielded cable in the interccan system (See Diagram 61:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Shield the audio wiring running between the master station and remote
stations which is in close proximity to VECTORsystem wiring.
intercom unit.
All shield6 must be grounded at the master
Observe all precaution6 established by the manufacturer.
Ground the master intercom unit to earth ground.
A cold water pipe or
electrical
box may often be suitable.
When using shielded cable with the VECTORsystem (See Diagram 7):
1.
2.
3.
4.
When multiple
wire runs are made from the polling
connection on the
control,
the combined length of all runs is reduced from 4.000 feet to
2,000 feet independent of wire gauge. The maximumlength of any single run
ermains unchanged.
When using a 4152LMB LOOP MODULEall of the aforementioned wire length
restrictions
must be observed.
When using a 4197 LINE EXTENDERMODULEall of the aforementioned wire
length restriction6
must be observed.
All sensor loop wiring in close proximity to intercom system wiring must
These cable length6 must comply with the
utilize
shielded
cable.
restrictions
presented in the installation
instructions.
There
is no upper
limit wire length reduction as there was with the polling loop cable.
21
TRANSPONOER
SENSOR LOOP WIRES
INTERCOM
POLLING
‘CW;
WlRifT
: :
p
r-‘---71--‘-i;
lNTERCOM
.‘i -----se-
---
“;?
/
1
1
I
PROXIMITY
Proximity
WIRING
W1RING
REMOTE UNIT
INTERCOM
DIMS&f
6:
MASTER
REMOTE
UNIT
NE-m
INONAmGRouNo~
TBQNUQUESFORSNIRLDBDWIRINGMAN
INTERam sYs!cm
TRANSPONDER
INTERCOM
l-/-%j
: :
REMOTE
OTE UNIT
SENSOR LOOP WIRES
Jr7
UNIT
INTERCOM
INTERCOM
DUERAW 7:
REMOTE
I II
UNIT
MASTER UNIT
NECONNNND~INsTLLuLcLRoH AND GRODNDING
!l'BCElUIQUBSFORSEIBLD~VIBBINAVBC!L'ORSYSlgn
22
-
TNB No. 4153
Hew the 4153 C-COM performs is determined by the installer's
programming.
Programming may be done from a CONSOLE
keypad, from the No. 699 PROGRAMMER
(The
No. 699 is simpler to use because of its large alphanumeric English language
display that prompts installer
responses to questions),
or remotely from the
central station.
Information regarding the programmer. whether used locally or
remotely, i6 included with the No. 695-53 Progremming Cartridge or the 4153PC.1
All information required for programming via a console keypad is included on the
worksheet which follows.
When programming from the console.
.
.
consider
the following:
The system is factory programmed to a set of preset values. which can be
altered by the installer
to suit the specific
need6 of a particular
installation
or installation
company. .The preset values are detailed in
the Factory Programming Table.
Enter the keypad progrsnming mode by simultaneously
keypad
WITHIN
depressing
30 SECONDS AFTRR POWBR IS APPLIED
* # on the
TO TEB ODNTROL or
subsequently by keying the code 4 + 1 + 5 + 3 followed by CODEkey + 0 key
Once a master code is programmed, use it instead of 4153 (a6
depression.
4153 is then no longer present) to gain access to the programming mode.
.
When a data field ha6 been completely programmed fran the keypad, the
console will beep three times and then automatically
proceed to and display
the next data field address to be programmed.
.
If the ntnnber of digit6 that you enter in the data field i6 lese than the
maximum permitted (for example phone number). then the console will display
the last data entered.
To proceed, the next data field address to be
programmed must be entered (for example *05).
.
If an address is improperly entered, the console will display eFCw. If a
program entry is improperly entered (for example a larger number than what
In either case, 6imply
the console display will go blank.
is permitted).
re-enter the number.
.
Enter each address separately when you are first
beginning to use the
product to insure that the control is properly programmed. All entries msy
be changed as often as required.
.
The following
describes 3 method6 of using the programming mode:
EWTKRPRCXXAMMIWG~DE=
OR
OR
1. POWERUP (AC or DC) + Depress * and
# simultaneously within 30 seconds.
2. IHI-Y:
4 + 1 + 5 + 3 + [CODE] KAY
+ 0.
3. APTBR NASI'BR CODB IS PBocI'BBwIIgD: blaster
Code1 + [CODE] Key + 0.
NOTBS: .
23
Types 2 and 3 method6 of entry
to the programming mode can be
eubsequently
inhibited
if the
programming mode is exited via use
of *98 instead of *99.
.
MIT PROGRAMMING
PlDDE=
*99
via
*98
via
Type 1 method of entry can always
be used.
(allows
reentry
to programming mode
Type 2 and 3 entry methods shown above)'.
(inhibit6
reentry to programming mode
Type 2 and 3 entry method).
*
'
'
NO!CB: Wheu the programing
mode is edted,
a one minute
set-up
period must be
allowed before the spstem can properly
function.
ADVANCETO FIELD =
PROGRAMFIELD=
ERASEFIELDS =
READFIELD=
RESTOREFAcrORY PROGRAM
SETTINGS=
*
*
*
#
+
+
+
+
ADDRESS(e.g. 01, 10. 21. etc.)
ADDRESSfollowed by data entries
ADDRESS+ *
ADDRESS
*90 (See Factory Programming Table).
SPECIAL ImssAGBs
oc = OPENCIRCUIT (no communication to console)
FC = FIELD CODEERRORduring programming and Failure
Central Station during system operation.
to Caumunicate to the
AFTER POWERING
UP, TEE READYLED LIGHTS AFTER 7 SEOONDS. ENTERTEE PMX%AMMING
MCDEBY SIMlLTANEOUSLYDEPRESSING*# WITHIN 30 SECONDS. TEE SYSTEMIS FACTORY
PROGRAMMED
WITH PRESET VALUES (SEE TABLE) TEAT CAN BE ALTERED VIA TEE
PROGRAMMING
INSTRUCTIONSTEAT FDLLGWTEE TABLE.
Factory predefined
.
.
values seme two purposes:
INSTALLER FAMILIARIZATION upon initial
acquisition
of the system.
PROGRAMMING
EFFORT REDUCTIONif the installer
accept6 many of the
preset value6 shown in the Table.
a new cu6tamer for this ,product to
Installer
familiarization
usage permit6
quickly and easily set up a system for bench test 60 that familiarity
can be
achieved with the product and with 6-e of the new aspects of operating a multiplexed polling
loop system.
An installer
can set up four dual point RPM6
spanning a variety of all possible alarm responses available from the system.
The preset values are defined belau:
FUNCTION
MASTERSECURITYCODE
SENSORZONE (ALARMRESPONSE)
ASSIGNMEhT
SENSORZONE (ALARMRESPONSE)
ASSIGNMENl
24
FACTORYPROGRAMMEDVALUE
4153
~=EBTRY/FJUT(BURGLARY)[ii
2=PERIMETER(BURGLARY)[23
3=INTERIOR (BURGLARY)[31
4=TROUBLEBY DAY/ALARM
BY NIGHT (BURGLARY)[43
5=24 HR SILENT PANIC 151
6=24 HR. AUXILIARY I61
7=NOTUSED
8=FIRE [71
9-lO=NOT USED [O]
ll-2O=NOT USED [O]
:f-3
‘\~ .’/
03
04
SENSORZONE (ALARMRESPONSE)
ASSIGNMENT
SENSORZONE (ALARMRESPONSE)
ASSIGNMENT
05
SENSORRIGHT LOOP
ASSIGNMENT
06
SENSORLEFT LOOP/RIGHTLOOP
ASSIGNMENT
SENSORLEFT LOOP/RIGHTLOOP
ASSIGNMENT
SENSORLEFT LOOP/RIGHTLOOP
ASSIGNMENT
ENTRYDELAY
EXIT DELAY
SOUNDER
DURATION
SENSORSASSIGNEDPULSECOUNT
CONFIRMATION
OF ARMING"DING"
ENABLE
AC LOSS SOUNDING
LATCHEDCONSOLESOUNDER
NO FIRE TIME OUT
NOTE:
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27.
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
FIRE INDICATION
BYPASSINDICATION
MULTIPLEURMS PER SENSOR
DISABLE TAMPER
TEST REPORTENABLE
TEF REPORTINTERVAL
ZONE5 RESPONSE
ZONE6 RESPONSE
POWER-UpIN PREVIOUSSTATE
QUICK ARM
LOOPMODULEENABLE
NOT USED
PABXACCESSCODE
SUBSCRIBER
ACC'T NO.
PRIMARYPHONENO.
SECONDARY
PHONENO.
TOUCHT0NEDIALING USED
DIALTONEWAIT/PAUSE
DIALTONEDETECTIONDISABLE
RING DETECTIONUSED
PRIMARYACRNaJLEDGE
WAIT
PRIMARYTRANSMISSIONFORMAT
25
21-3O=N0T USED [0]
.
31-37=NOT USED [0]
97 [POLLINGLOOP SHORT]=
TROUBLEBY DAY/ALARMBY
NIGHT (BURG) [4]
98 [POLLING LOOP OPEN] =
NOTUSED [O]
99 [CONSOLE * 11 PANIC] =
PANIC [Sl
l=LEFT [O]
2=RIGHT [l]
3=LEFT [0]
4=RIGHT [ll
5=LEFT [0]
6=RIGHT [l]
7=NOTUSED [0]
8=LEFI [O]
9-lO=NOT USED [0]
11-20=Al1 NOT USED [OS]
21-3O=All NOT USED [OS]
31-37.97.98,99= All
NOT USED [OS]
30 SECONDS[03]
40 SECONDS[04]
4 MINUTES [021
AlaL NOT USED [0063
NO LOI
NO LOI
SOUNDUNTIL TIME OUT [0]
TIMEOUT [O]
Timeout is not allowed for
any listed UL985 installation.
YES [II
NOT DISPLAYED[O]
YES [ll
YES r11
NO lOI
24 HR. [l]
SILENT 111
AUXILIARY [0]
YES r11
YES r11
4152LM NOT USED [O]
Km1
NONE= [O]
FFFF = r15-15-15-151
NONE= [O]
NONE= [O]
NO tOI
5 SECONDS[0]
ENABLED[O]
NO [Ol
*
30 SEONDS [0]
ADEMCO
LOWSPEED [O]
.
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
SECONDARY
ACRNCWLEDGE
WAIT
SECONDARY
TRANSMISSION
FORMAT
4+2 =sOR REPORTINGDIALER
FORMAT
ALARMREPORT
TROUBLEREPORT
BYPASSREPORT
RESTOREREPORT
LOWBATTERYREPORT
OPEN/CLOSEREPORT
NON-ALARMROUTING
BACK-UPREPORTING
ZONEALARMREPORTCODES
51
OTHERMESSAGE
REPORTS
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
16 SEC. DIALER DELAY
ZONE 1 RESTOREREPORTENABLE
ZONE2 RESTOREREPORTENABLE
ZONE3 RESTOREREPORTENABLE
ZONE4 RESTOREREPORTENABLE
ZONE5 RESTOREREPORTENABLE
ZONE6 RESTOREREPORTENABLE
ZONE7 RESTOREREPORTENABLE
4 + 2 ZONEREPORTINGDIALER
FORMAT
ALARMWDES FOR SENSORSl-8
(1ST DIGIT)
ID CODESF0R SENSORS1-8
(2ND DIGIT)
61
62
30 SECONDS[O]
ADEMWLOWSPEED [Ol
NO @I
STANDARD101
STANDARD[O]
STANDARD[Ol
EXPANDED111
STANDARD(01
EXPANDED[l]
PRIMARYPHONENO. 101
NO 101
ZONE1 (E/E BURG) = 3 1031
ZONE2 (PERIM. BURG.1 = 3 [031
ZONE3 (INTERIOR BURG.) = 3 LO31
ZONE4 (DAY/NITE BURG.) = 3 (031
ZONE5 (PANIC) = 2 ml
ZONE6 (24HRAUX.)
=7 [071
ZONE7 mRE) = 1 1011
ZONE8 (DURESS)= 2 1021
TROUBLE= F [151
TROUBLEDUMMY= F 1151
BYPASS= D [131
BYPASSDUMMY= F [151
LOWBATTERY= 8 1081
LOWBATIERY DUMMY= 0 to01
RESTORE= E 1141
CLOSE= c 1123
OPEN= B [ll]
TEST=9 I091
NO [Ol
DISABLED 101
DISABLED 101
DISABLED [01
DISABLED 101
DISABLED 101
DISABLED i01
DISABLED [01
NO 101
NOTUSED
NOTUSED
63
TROUBLECODEFORSENSORS1-8
BYPASSCODEFOR SENSORS l-8
RESTOREWDE FOR SENSORSl-8
(ALL 1ST DIGITS)
NOT USED
64
ALARMCODEMR SENSORS9-16
TROUBLECODEF0R SENSORS
9-16
BYPASSCODEFORSENSORS9-16
RESTORECODEFOR SENSORS
9-16
(ALL'lST DIGITS)
NOT USED
26
Fields 61 thru
81 are not used
as the default
value of Field
41 disables
reporting by
sensor.
.
1C-J
.. .’
f--l
‘\. ,I
.
65
85
86
87
88
89
90
ID CODESF0R SENSORS
9-16
(2ND DIGIT)
ALARMWDE FUR SENSORS17-24
I(
81
TROUBLE"
"
,I
11
BYPASS n "
fl
RESTORE"
II
(ALL 1ST DIGIT;)
ID CODESFOR SENSORS
17-24
(2ND DIGIT)
ALARMWDE FOR SENSORS
25-32
I,
n
TROUBLEw w
II
(1
BYPASS n "
II
RESTORE"
"
(ALL 1ST DIG&)
ID CODESFORSENSORS25-32
(2ND DIGIT)
AMRM CODEFORSENSORS33-37,
97. 98. 99
TROUBLECODEFUR SENSORS33-37,
97, 98, 99
BYPASSCODEFOR SENSORS33-37,
97, 98, 99
RESTORECODEFOR SENSORS
33-37,
97, 98, 99
(ALL 1ST DIGITS)
ID CODESFOR SENSORS33-37.
97, 98, 99
(2ND DIGIT)
OPENINGREPORT(1ST DIGIT)
OPENINGREPORT2ND DIGIT M)R
USER1
(Each higher numbered user has
this digit increased by 1)
CLOSINGREPORT(1ST DIGIT)
CLOSINGREPORT2ND DIGIT FOR
USER1
LOWBATTERYREPORT(1ST DIGIT)
LOWBATTERYREPORT(2ND DIGIT)
TEST REPORT(1ST DIGIT)
TEST REPORT(2ND DIGIT)
LOWBATPERYRESTORE(1ST DIGIT)
LOWBATTERYRESTORE(2ND DIGIT)
CALLBACKPHONENO.
CALLBACKID # 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15
UL REQ'D SIRENSOUNDINGAFTER
4 HR. AC LOSS
SWINGERSUPPRESSION
GROUNDSTARTTEZW LINE TEST
DURESSCODE
NOT USED
SUPERVISEDALARMTRIGGEROUTPUTS
FACTORYDEFAULTS
91
92
NOT USED
NOT USED
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
27
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOTUSED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOTUSED
NOTUSED
NOTUSED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NONE [OO]
NOT VIEWABLE
NO TOI
NO 101
NO 101
NO [Ol
DO NOT PROGRAM
NO 101
PRESSING *90 RESETS ALL
SELECTIONS TO THE ORIGINAL
FACTORYSETTINGS
DONOTFROGRAM\
DO NOT PROGRAM
.
93
94
95
96
NOTUSED
NOTUSED
CONDITlOhbLOPENINGREPORT
4+1/4+2 EXPRESSFORMATFOR
ZONEOR SENSORREPORTING
DO NOT PROGRAM
DO NOT PROGRAM
NO [Ol
NO (01
SPECIFICADDRESSPRoGRdwIIIK; INSTRDCTIONS
FUNCTION
ADDRESS
NAsTERsBcIIRITp
CODE
*oo
ICOMMENTS:
I I I I.
.
ENTER 4 DIGITS O-9 (entry of all
4 is mandatory)
USING A "9" IN THE LAST POSITION
INHIBITS THE AMBUSHFEATURE.
FACTORYPROGRAM
= 4153
6
7
.
12
ASSIGN ZOWE (ALAwl *01
RESPONSE)To 8EN8oRs
*02
3
4
5
8
9
10
11)
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 lb 19 20
1 I I I I I I I I1
SENSORSl-10
SENSORS11-20
*03
SENSORS21-30
*04
SENSORS 31-37
97.98.99
COMMENTS
:
.
.
and
ALL BOXES MUST BE FILLED WITH O-7. ENTER "0"
INBOXES REFERRINGTO SENSORS
NOT USED.
ENTER
"0"
FOR SENSOR 117 IF REMOTE
moGRAMMING/wmRoL (DOWNLOADJNG)
Is USED. THIS
SENSOR CAN'T BE USED WHENTHE RING DETECTORIS
ENABLED(FIELD *36).
.
THE FIRST 37 BOXES REPRESENTPROTECTIONPOINTS.
ASSIGN ZONETYPESTO EACHPOINT.
.
FACTORYPROGRAM:
1 = Zl.
2 = 22. 3 = 23. 4 = 24. 5 = 25. 6 = 26,
7 = NOT USED, 8 = 27, 9-37 = NOT USED. 97 = 24, 98
=NOTUSED, 99= 25
.
ASSIGN ZONESFROMTHE FOLLOWING
TABLE:
0 = ASSIGN FOR UNUSEDPOINTS
1 = ENTRY/FXIT (BURG)
2 = PERIMETER (BURG)
3 = INTERIOR W/DELAY (BURG)
4 = TROUBLEBY DAY/ALARMBY NIGHT (BURG)
5 = 24 HR (SILENT, AUDIBLE or AUXILIARY)*
6 = 24 HR (SILENT, AUDIBLE, or AUXILIARY)*
7 = FIRE
*NOTE:
See Address Numbers 23 and 24 for
selection
of the kind of 24 hour zone
response desired for Types 5 and 6.
28
.
DBSIEIGNT
*05
LOOPUSAGE
*06
.
"SENSORS" 97 AND 98 ARE p,tLOCATED (AND RESPOND
ACCORDINGTO THE ZONESASSIGNED)TO POLLING LOQP
OPEN (98) AND POLLING LOOP SHORT97. El-N!C: USE
EITHER ZONE 4 OR ONE OF THE 24 HOUR ZONES AS
A RESPONSE
FOR THESECONDITIONS.
.
ASSIGN ZONE98 ONLYWHENA 4152LMB IS USEDAND THE
POLLING.LOOP IS WIRED AS A CLASS A LOOP. (See
Diagram 3).
.OTHERWISE, ZONE 98 WILL ALWAYS
DISPLAY AS FAULTED. (SEE ADDRESS*27)
.
SENSOR"99" IS THE CONSOLEPANIC AND SHOULDBE
ASSIGNEDTO A 24-HOURZONE. THE PANIC FEATUREIS
ACTIVATED BY SIMULTANEOUSLYDEPRESSINGTHE *#
KEYS. ASSIGNA 6 OR A 5.
.
CAUTION: IF ALL LOCATIONS ARE ASSIGNED AS
ZEROES.THESYSTEMIS INOPERATIVEAND THE
CONSOLE WILL DISPLAY "OC" WHEN THE
P?KRAMMINGMODEIS EXITED.
9 10
12345678mm~
1 1 1 1
1
1
i
t
i
&=ORS
11 12 13 14 15 36 17 18 19 20
l-10
I I I I I I .I 1 1 I 1SENSORS11-20
,21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28, 29 30
*07
I
21-30
) SENSORS
SENSORS 31-3 7 and
97.98,99
*08
.
CAUTION: When any sensor is not assigned an alarm
response in AddreSSeS 01-04 (response
set to 0), make sure that the Right Loop
designation for that sensor is &SO set
to zero (Addresses 05-08). Failure to do
60 can cause unpredictable
operation,
including false alarms.
coMlm?Ts:
.
.
29
ALL BOXES MUST BE FILLED WITH
0 OR 1 (1 if that sensor number is
a right loop, 0 otherwise).
When using a No. 4208. all 8 LOOPS
associated with the 4208 MUST BE
DESIGNATEDAs "ZERO".
.
WHEN USING A No. 4139WH. 4191WH.
4194WH RPM, 4192 SERIES SMOKE
DETECPOR,OR A 4275 PIR, IT MIST BE
DESIGNATED
AS A LEFT LOOP (0).
.
LABEL ALL SENSORSAS THEY APPEAR
ON THE POLLING LOOP. EXAMPLE:
IF
THE
FIRST
RPM USES
BOTH LOOPS, THEN THE FIRST TWO
BOXES SHOULD BE LABELED 0 AND
1. INEACH CASEALEFT LOOP MUST
.
BE USED; A RIGHT LOOP CANNOTBE
USED ALONE (IT CAN ONLY BE USED
IN CON.TUNCTION
WITH A LEFT LOOP).
.
=CTDRY-
=lRYDlLAY
2. 4. 6 = RIGHT (1)
1.3.5.7.8-37.
97.98.99
ZERO (0)
l 09
In
CoMMENrs:
.
.
.
mIT.DmJLY
DEFINES THE TIME PERIOD BETWEm A
ZONE 1 FAULT AND THE TIMF, WHEN
THE ALARMIS SOUNDED.
ENTER 00-15.
MULTIPLY BY 10
SECONDSTO DETERMINETIME DELAY.
IN A LISTED UL 1023 HOUSEHOLD
BURGLARYINSTALLATION, A MAXIMUM
OF 40 SECONDS MAY BE USED FOR
ANENTRY DELAY.
TN A LISTED UL609 COMMERCIAL
BURGLARYINSTALLATIONA MAXIMUMOF
60 SECONDSMAYBE USED.
FACRORYPROGRAM
= 30 SECS.
*lo
m
COMMENTS: .
.
suJmBRDlnkmx~
= SET TO
*11
DEFINES THE TIME PERIOD AFTER
THE SYSTEMARMING CODE IS KEYED
WHEN SENSORSASSIGNED TO ZONES 1
AND3AREARMED.
ENTER 00-15.
MULTIPLY BY 10
SECONDS
TO DETERMINETIME DELAY.
IN A LISTED UL 1023 HOUSEHOLD
BUEIGLARYINSTALLATION, A MAXIMUM
OF 60 SECONDS MAY BE USED FOR
EKITDELAY.
IN A LISTED UL609 COMMERCIAL
BURXARY INSTALLATIONA MAXIMUMOF
60 SECONDS
MAYBE USED.
FACTORYPROGRAM
= 40 SECS.
r-rl
l
I 1 1
tp@lEms:
. IN A IL609 GRADE'A' INSTALLATIONA
.
MINIMUMOF 16MIN. WST BE USED FOR
SOUNDER
DURATION.
DEFINES THE LENGTHOF TIME A LOCAL
EXTERNALOR INTERN& ALARM SOUNDER
WILL SOUNDON ALL ZONES.
PROGRAMDATA FIELD *16 TO ASSURE
NO TIME OUT FORFIRE ZONEALARMS.
ENTER00-15. MULTIFLY BY 2 MINUTES
TO DETERMINESOUNDER
DURATION.
IN A LISTED UL1023/985 HOUSEHOLD
BURGLARY/FIRE INSTALLATION,
A
MINIMtJMOF 4 MINUTESSHOULDBE USED
FOR THE ALAR&fSOUNDER
DURATION.
FACTORYPROGRAM
= 4 MINS.
30
In
'\,
.
SENSORSASSIGNRD *12
ToTNEFmsE
COUNTc&PABILITY
.
.
Eli
.
.
.
.
-ON
OF
*13
AENINGaING"ENABLR
cl
COMMENTS
:
.
.
.
.
.
AC Loss 8ouRDIIoG
.
.
DETERMINESIF CONSOLESOUNDINGWILL
CXCURWHEN
AC POWERIS Ix)ST,
ENTER0 (DISABLED) OR 1 (ENABLED).
FACTORYPROGRAM
= DISABLED.
*15
cl
COMMENTS
:
.
SODNDINGFOR
BURGURY
NoFIRETImoTJT
MANDATORY
SELECTIONFOR UL609 GRADE
'A' INSTALLATIONS
PROVIDES A l/2 SECOND SOUNDING
FROMTHE EXTERNAL SOUNDERAT END
OF EXIT TIME-OUT OR AT KISSOFF FROM
A CLOSINGREPORT.
ENTER0 (NO) OR 1 (YES)
MANDATORYFOR UL609 GRADEA AND
UL1635 INSTALLATIONS.
FACTORYPROGRAM
= NO
*14
cl
COMMENTS
:
.
IamczED CONSOLE
UP TO FIVE SENSORS(E.G. 4196 PIRS)
IN THE ADDRESSRANGEOF 01-15 CAN
BE ASSIGNEDTO RECENE FALSE ALARM
PROTECTION SIGNAL PROCESSING
VIA PULSECOUNTLOGIC.
IF LESS THAN FIVE SENSORSUTILIZE
PULSE COUNT, THE UNUSEDLOCATIONS
MUSTBE FILLED WITH 00.
THE PULSECOUNTLOGIC SHCULDNOT BE
ENABLEDFOR 4275s OR FOR SENSORS
PRCIVIDINGCORRIDOR/HALLWAY
COVERAGE
(USING LONG RANGEOPTICS) OR FOR
WIDE AREA COVERAGE
SENSORSCOVERING
A DOORWAY
WITH ONLY 1 OR 2 BEAMS.
PULSECOUNTHAS NOT BEENTESTEDFOR
USE IN A UL609 COMMERCIAL
INSTALLATION.
FACTORYPROGRAM
= ALL 00s STOREDNO PULSECOUNT,
ALL SENSORS ASSIGNED MUST BE
ONFIGUREDAS LEFT, LOOPSENSORS.
ENABLES THE CONSOLE SOUNDER TO
SOUND STEADILY FOR A BURGLARY
ALARM UNTIL
THE SYSTEM IS
DISARMED.
.
. ENTER 0 (SOUND TIMES OUT) OR 1
(LATCHED STEADYSOUND)
. FACTORYPROGRAM
= SOUNDTIMES OUT
*16
rl
COMMENTS
:
.
31
DISABLES THE SOUNDER TIMEOUT
FEATUREEDR ANY PROTECTION POINT
DESIGNATEDAS A FIRE ZONE SO THAT
FIRE SOUNDINGa)NTINUES UNTIL THE
.
.
FIRBlmIcmIon
*17
(using numeric
display)
qCOMMENTS: I
SYSTFMIS RESET.
ENTER 0 (TIMEOUT)
OR 1 (NO
TIMEOUT).
A SELECTION OF 1 IS MANDATORY .
FOR A LISTED UL985 FIRE
INSTALLATION.
FACTORYPROGRAM
= TIMEOUT.
f-7
ENABLESA DISPLAY OF "FI" WHENEVER
FIRE SENSORSARE CAUSINGAN ALARM.
WHENTHEALARMIS SILENCEDORTIMES
OUT, THE "FI" DISPLAY IS REPLACED
BY DISPLAY OF THE SENSORNUMBERS.
ENTER 0 (NO "FI" DISPLAY, ONLY
SENSORNUMBERS)OR 1 ("FIN DISPLAY
ENABLED).
FACTORYPROGRAM
= DISPLAY ENABLED.
BYFASS INDICA!CION
*18
(using maneric display)
mLTIPm
ALANRE
cl
COMMENTS: .
*19
cl
COMMENTS:.
.
.
DISABU TAMPER
ENABLESA DISPLAY OF "bb" WHENEVER
ANY SENSORIS BYPASSED.
ENTER 0 (NO DISPLAY) OR 1 (DISPLAY
ENABLED).
MANDATCRY
FORUL6C9 INSTALLATIONS.
FACMRY PROGRAM
= DISPLAY DISABLED.
ENABLESTHE SYSTEMTO PERMIT
FIILTIPLE ALARMSFRCN A. PROTECTION
POINT DURING ONE ARMEDPERIOD' (AS
OPPOSED
TO ONLYONEALARM)
ENTER 0 (ONLY ONE ALARM FROM A
SENSOR PER ARMED PERIOD) OR 1
(MULTIPLE ALARMSFRCM EACH SWSGR
BUTNOTMORE FREQUENTLYTHAN
ALLOWEDBY ALARMTIME-OUT).
FACTORYPROGRAM
= PplLTIPLE
*20
cl
WMMENTS:
.
.
.
32
WHEN SELECTED, ALL BURGLARYRPM
TAMPERMESSAGES
ARE IGNOREDBY THE
CCNrRoL.
ENTER 0 (TAMPER ENABLED) OR 1
(TAMPERIGNORED).
NIGHT TAMPERFAULTSWILLBE TREATFJI
WITH THE ALARM RESPONSE OF THE
ZONEASSIGNEDTC THE LEFT LOOP:
FOR EZAMPLE. IF THE LEFT LOOP
IS ABURGLARYZONS. THEN THE TAMPER
FAULT WILL CAUSEA BURGLARY
ALARM.
(7 .:
.
.
TBsrRBmRzBNABLE
*21
II
COMMENTS: .
.
.
.
.
.
.
TEST EBPORT
INTBRVAL
.
COMMENTS:
.
.
.
.
EESPONSE
cl
COMMENTS: .
*24
WMMENTS:
.
.
.
DETERMINES THE TYPE OF 24 HOUR
PROTECTION PROVIDED BY SENSORS
ASSIGNEDTO THIS ZONE.
ENTER0 (24 HR AUXILIARY), 1 (24 HR
SILENT). OR 2 (24 HR AUDIBLE)
FACTORYPROGRAM
= SILENT
r-l
.
4D
DETERMINES
TIME PERIODBETWEEN
TEST
REPORTS.
ENTER0 (12 HRS) OR 1 (24 HRS).
MUST BE PROGRAMMED
IN CGNJUNCTION
WITH DATA FIELD *21.
EVENIF TEST REPORTINGIS NOT USED,
THE TIME SGTTING ESTABLISHES HOW
OFTEN THE BATTERY IS TESTED UNDER
LOAD WITH AC AUTOMATICALLY
DISCONNECTED.
FACTORY PROGRAM= 24 HRS. (NOT
RELEVANTWHEN*21 = 0).
*23
'
.
ZONE’6 AURN
SYSTEMPRODUCES
A TEST MESSAGE-TO
THE CENTRALSTATION.
FIRST TEST MESSAGESENT 12 HOURS
AFTER EXITING THE PROGRAMMING
MODEAND THEN EITHER EVERY24 (OR
12) HOURSTHEREAFTER.
MANDATORY SELECTION FOR UL1635
INSTALLATIONS
MUST BE PROGRAMMED
IN CONJUNCTION
WITH DATA FIELD #22 IF ENABLED.
mm
0 (No REPORT) OR i (REPORT
ENABLED).
MANDATORY
FOR UL609 INSTALLATIONS.
FACTORYPRCGRAM
= NO REPORT
*22
Ll
ZONESALARM
EBSPONSR
FACTORYPROGRAM
= TAMPERIGNORED.
33
DETERMINES THE TYPE OF 24 HOUR
PROTECTION PROVIDED BY SENSORS
ASSIGNEDTO THIS ZONE.
ENTER0 (24 HR AUXILIARY), 1 (24 HR
SILENT), OR 2 (24 HR AUDIBLE)
FACICRYPROGRAM
= AUXILIARY
.
FmBkuPIN
*25
PRWIOUS STATS
cl
CoMMEms:
.
IF SELECTED, ON POWER-UP. SYSTEM
WILL ASSUME SYSTEM STATUS PRIOR
TO POWERDOWN. IF NOT SELECTED.
ITWILL POWER
UP DISARMED.
. ENTER0 (NO) OR 1 (YES)
. WHEN THE SYSTEMPCWERSUP ARMED.
AN ALARMWILL BE CAUSED1 MINUTE
AFTER ARMING IF CONTACTS ARE
FAULTED.
. FACTORYPROGRAM
= YES
. THIS FEATURE WORKSPROPERLYONLY
WHENBATTERYISCONNECTED.
*26
cl
COMMENTS: .
ENABLES ARMING' OF THE BURGLARY'
SYSTEMIN ANY MODEWITHOUTUSE OF A
SECURITY
CODE [JUST # KEY
DEPRESSIONFOLLOWED
BY THE COMMAND
AWAY, STAY,
INSTANT,
OR 4
o4AmmM)l
LOOP-
.
.
ENTER0 (DISABLED) OR 1 (ENABLED).
FACTCRY-FROGRAM=
ENABLED.
.
THIS SELECTIONPREPARESTHE SYSTEM
ECRUSE OF THE 4152LMB LOOPMODULE.
ENTER 0 (4152LMB NOT USF.D) OR 1
(4152LMBUSED).
FACTORYPROGRAM=NGTUSED
IF 4153RD RING DETECTOR'IS USED.
ENTER0.
*27
cl
wMMENTs:
.
.
.
NOTUSED
*28
ul
COMMENTS: .
ENTER 00.
PABXACCBSSCODB
*2g
un
COMMENTS
:
.
.
,
34
IF NOT REQUIRED, ENTER NOTHING
AND PROCEED
TO NEXT ADDRESS.
ENTERUP TO 3 DIGITS, O-9.
ONLYENTERDIGITS REQUIRED. DO NOT
FILL UNUSEDSPACES.
FACTORY PROGRAM= NONE (DISPLAYS
SINGLE ZEROWHENVIEWED)
.
SUBSatTRaa Am.
No.
*30
I I I
ctimmms:
I
I
.
.
.
.
l
. FORUSE OF 4+2 REWRTING
FORMAT.SEE ADDRESSNUMBERS
41 AND60.
3
4
5
6
7
.
l
I
I
BNTER
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
RmmER
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
mTm
08
09
(DO
NOT USE)
11
12
13
14
15
ENTER UP TO 11 DIGITS,
O-9.
DO NOT FILL UNUSEDSPACES.
ERASETHE FIELD BY ENTERING*31*
FACTORY PROGRAM= NONE (DISPLAYS
SINGLE ZEROWHENVIEWED).
*32
COMMENTS: .
.
.
!muQTToRB
DEALXNG
I
ENTER 3 OR 4 DIGITS. ONLY EN!PER
DIGITS REQUIRED.
EACH DIGIT
REQUIRES A 2 DIGIT ENTRY SO AS
TO ALLOW ENTRY OF HEXADECIMAL
DIGITS (A-F).
FACTORYPROGRAM
= ALL "F"s.
IF 3 DIGIT ENTRY, ENTERTHE ADDRESS
OF THE NEXT FIELD (e.g. *31) AFTER
THE THIRD DIGIT IS ENTERED.
IF 4+1 FORMATIS USED, A LEADING
ZERO MUST BE USED FOR ACCOUNT
NUMBERS
BELOW1000.
USE THE FOLLOWING CHART TO .
DETERMINETHE ENTRYFOR EACHDIGIT:
NumBR
0
1
2
COMMENTS: .
sEcoNMRYPRoRE
No.
I
*33
cl
CoMMENrs:
.
.
.
ENTER UP TO 11 DIGITS,
O-9.
DO NOT FILL UNUSEDSPACES.
ERASETHE FIELD BY ENTERING*32*
FACTORY PROGRAM= NONE (DISPLAYS
SINGLE ZEROWHENVIEWED).
0 = TOUCHTONENOT USED
1 =TOUCHTCNEDIALINGENABLFD
FACTORYPROGRAM
= NOT USED [O]
LINES THATWRREACCEPTING
CAUTION: SOMETELEPHDNE
PULSE (ROTARY) DIALING AND TOUCH TONE
DIALING ARE BEXNGOR m
BE RESTRICTED
TO PULSE DIALING IF THE SUBSCRIBERIS
NOT PAYING FOR TOUCH TONE SERVICE.
CXX4MUNICA'TORSTHATARE
SETTOUSE TOUCH
TONE DIALING MAY CEASE TO BR ABLE TO
35
PLACZ TdEIR CALLS IF THEY HAPPENTO BE
ON ONE OF THESELINES. DOBOT8BLE~A
DIALING
HBTEOD TEAT IS
NOT LBGALLT
BY TEE TPzEmoNE WNPANY FOR
TRR suBsauEER.
,p
i
WHETHEROR NOT TOUCHTONE DIALING
FOR CALL PLACEMENTIS PERMITTED,
.COMMUNICATION
BY THE USE OF TOUCH
TONE (DTMF) SIGNALLING USING THE
ADEMCO EXPRESS FORMAT CAN BE
PERFORMED
ONCE THE CONNECTIONIS
MADE.
NOTE:
DIALPADSE
-
*34
FACTORY
ENTER DIGITS
0-2.
PRCGRAM
= 5 SECONDS.
THIS FEATURE DETERMINESTHE WAIT
TIME FOR DI& TONE DETECFIONBEFORE
DIALING WILL COMMENCE
IF DETECTION
DOESN'TTAKE FLACE.
MAKE SELECTION FRCH THE FOLLOWING
VALUES:
.
COMMENTS
:
.
.
0 = 5 SECONDS 2 = 30 SECONDS
1 = 11 SECONDS
LJ
CoMMENrs:.
DI&TONEDETMTION*35
ENTER 0 (DIAL TONE DETECTION)OR 1
(DELAY FORDIAL TONE).
l
.
RIlGDBTEClYOR
*36
DETERMINESWHETHERTRUE DIAL TONE
DETECTIONIS USED OR WHETHERJUST
DELAYBEFOREDIPiCING (SAMEDELAYAS
PROGRAMMED
IN FIELD *34) IS USED.
THE.LATYERMAYBE NECESSARY
IN HIGH
NOISE ENVIRONMENTTFLCO NETWORKS
WHERENOISE CAN BE CONFUSEDWITH
DIAL TONE AND PREMATUREDIALING
RESVLTS.
FACTORY PROGRAM = DIAL
DETECTION.
TONE
ul
COMMENTS
: . oo= NO RING DETECTOR
.
.
,
.
.
36
xx = THE NUMBER OF RINGS BEFORE
PICKUP. ENTER00-15.
SEE ADDRESSES
*82 AND *83
4153RD MUSTBE INSTALLED IF ENABLED
IF RING DETECTORIS ENABLED,Do NOT
USE SENSOR7 IN ADDRESS*Ol.
FACTORYPROGRAM
= NO RING DETECl'OR[OO]
f-7
‘\~ _,*’
’
.
PRINARYluxuAl!r
*37
n
COMMENTS: ,
.
.
FRINARY TRANSHISSION mm
*38
1l-l
COMMENTS: .
.
.
l
SECONDARYACX
WAIT
*39
cl
l
.
.
cl
WMMENTS:
mm
0 Umr4co) OR A 1 (SESCoA/
RADIONICS)
.
FACTORYPROGRAM
= ADEMCO
.
FOR SECONDARY
PHONENUMBER
WHEN 4 + 2 FORMAT IS' SELECTED
(SEE ADDRESSNUMBER 41,60),
THE
SELECTIONIN THIS FIELD DETERMINES
THE PULSE TRANSMISSION RATE (10
PULSES/SECM>RADEMOD
AND 20
PULSES/SECFOR SESCOA/RADIONICS)
AND THE ACKNOWLEDGE/KISS OFF
FREQUENCY(1400 HZ FOR ADEMO AND
2300 Hz for SESCOAhADIONICS).
l
4+2-S-
ENTER0 (30 SECONDS)OR A 1 (60
SECONDS).
FACTORYPROGRAM
= 30 SECONDS
FOR SELUNDARY
PHONENUMBER
*40
l
luss1ON I
BYSRNSOR
ENTER 0 (ADEMCO) OR 1 (SESCOA/
RADIONICS)
FACTORYPRCGRAM=ADEMUl
FOR PRIMARYPHONENUMBER
WiIE& 4 + 2 FORMAT IS SELECTED
see Address Number 41, 60), T.HF,
SELECTIONIN THIS FIELD DETERMINES
THE PULSE TRANSMISSION RATE (10
pulses/set
for Ademco and 20
pulses/set
for SESCOA/RADIONICS)
AND THE ACKNOWLEDGE/KISS
OFF
FREQUENCY(1400 Hz for Ademo and
2300 Hz for SESCOA/RADIONICS).
(
COMMENTS
:
SECONDARYTRANSHISSION FORtUT
ENTER 0 (30 SECONDS) OR 1 (60
SECONDS).
FACTORYPROGRAM
= 30 SECONDS
CENTRAL STATION
RECEIVER
"ACKNCXJLEDGE"
WAIT TIME FOR PRIMARY
PHONENUMBER
*41
cl
COMMENTS
:
37
.
ENABLES COMMJNICATION
TO BOTH THE
PRIMARYAND SECONDARY
PHONENUMBER
(IF USED) USING A 4 + 2
TRANSMISSIONFORMATBY SENSOR.
.
sezmor format eelection
can
also be used to create
a zone
reporting
format
that
offers
certain
advantages
over the
standard
4+2 zone transmission
format.
These advantages are:
This
.
.
.
.
38
('7
*
Restore
The
4+2 sensor
reporting
format
has true
restore capability
in that a
restore
report
will
be
transmitted
as soon as the
sensor restores,
independent
of when the alarm sounder
times out.
1.
Tnte
2.
True Zone Reporting - The 4+2
sensor reporting format allaJs
the installer
to assign each
sensor to a particular
alarm
report.
Therefore, if it was
desirable to have one group of
sensors (ex: sensors 9-14) he
treated
as a particular
perimeter grouping and another
group of sensors (ex: sensors
15-21) be treated as another
perimeter grouping.
each of
the sensors in one group could
be assigned to the same alarm
report
code and each of the
sensors in the other group
could be assigned a commonbut
different
alar6 report code.
As such. installers
can create
their
own %one" reporting
scheme.
THE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY
FORMAT
SELECTIONSIN ADDRESS*38 AND *40
(IF SEC0NDARY
ISUSKD) ARE REQUIRED
TO SELECTTHE APPROPRIATEDATA
TRANSMISSION
PULSE RATE AND
ACKNC%JLRDGR/KISS-OFF
FREQUENCY.
ENTER0 (DISABLED) OR 1 (ENABLED).
FACTORYPROGRAM
= DISABLED.
IF PROGRAMMED
FOR 0 CONTINUEON
TO PROGRAM
ALL FIELDS UM'U. FIELD
*60.
THE DURESS REPORT USES THE SAME
REPORT CODEAS THE KEYPAD PANIC
(SENSOR#99) WHENTHE POINT ID 4+2
REPORTFORMATIS USED.
IF FIELD 41 (4+2 TRANSMISSION
FORMATBY SENSOR)Is ENABLED, (SET
TO ONE), FIELDS 42 THROUGH 47
ALWAYS YIELD EXPANDED FORMAT,
ri I
c-7
‘\ ,!
REGARDLESS
OF THEIR SETTING.
IF PROGRAMMEDFOR "1" SKIP TO
QUESTION61 AND PROGRAM
FIELDS 61
*
THRU81. OTBERWISECONTINUE.
D:
TBE REPORTSIN FIELDS *42 THROUGH*47 MAY BE DESIGNATEDTO REPORTEITHER IN
STANDARDOREXPANDEDFORMAT. IN ALL CASESTHE STANDARD
MESSAGE
REPORTSTO THE:
CENTRALSTATION A SUBSCRIBERID NUMBERAND A REPORT (e.g. ALARM [see Address
TROUBLE, RESTORE, OPEN/CLOSE) CODE. TBE EXPANDEDMESSAGEREPORTSA
*421.
SUBSCRIBERID NUMBER, THE REPORTCODE, FOLLOWEDBY A SECONDLINE WHERETHE
REPORTCODEIS REPEATEDTHREEOR FOURTIMES (when 3+1 or 4+1 formats are used)
AND IS TRAILED BY THE ZONETYPE (ORUSER ID) RELATEDTO THAT REPORT.
Expanded TROUBLEand RESTOREreporting with channel numbers (i.e. TROUBLEDUMMY
for TROUBLEand ALARMcode for RESTORE)higher than 9 should not be used if 3+1
or 4+1 reporting formats are used and ADEMCO'sNo. 685 Digital Receiver is the
The 4+2 format should be
message monitoring receiver at the central station.
used if number6 higher than 9 mU6t be used. Failure to heed this advisory will
converted by the No. 685 into a
result
in the message being erroneously
meaningless message.
Report
3+1/4+1
Standard
3+1/4+1
Xxpanded
Alarm
SSS(S) A
Trouble
SSS(S) T
Bypass
SSS(S) B
Low Battery
SSS(S) L
Open
SSS(S) 0
Close
SSS(S) c
Test
SSS(S) Te
.SSS(S) A
AAA(A) Z
SSS(S) T
TTT(T) Td
SSS(S> B
BBB(B) Bd
SSS(S) L
LLL(L) Ld
SSS(S) 0
000(O) u
SSS(S> c
CCC(C) u
SSS(S) Te
4+2 Standard
4+2 B;rpanded
SSSSA0
ssss AZ
SSSSTO
SSSSTTd
SSSSBO
SSSSBBd
ssss LO
SSSSLLd
ssss 00
ssss ou
ssss c0
ssss cu
SSSSTe0
SSSSTe0
SSSSRO
ssss RA
SSSSR0
SSSSRTd
SSSSR0
SSSSRBd
SSSSRO
SSSSRLd
Restore:
Alarm
SSS(S) R
Trouble
SSS(S) R
Bypass
SSS(S) R
Low Battery
SSS(S> R
where: SSS or SSSS=
A=
0 =
Z =
T =
Td =
B =
Bd =
. SSS(S) R
RRR(R) A
SSS(S) R
RRR(R) Td
SSS(S> R
R.RR(R)Bd
SSS(S> R
RRR(R) Ld
where:
Subscriber ID
Alarm Code
Zero
Zone Type
Trouble Code
Trouble Dmmy Code
Bypass Code
Bypass Dmmy Code
39
L
Ld
0
C
U
Te
R
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Lrrw Battery Code
Lav Battery Dmmy Code
Open Code
Close Code
User Number
Test Code
Restore Code
.
ALARMRRPORT
*42
l-l
COMHENTS:
. ENTER
0 (STANDARD REPORT) OR. 1
(EXPANDED
REPORT)
. FACTORYPROGRAM
= STlWDARD
. WHEN EXPANDED, THE ZONE TYPE IS
TRANSMITTEDIN THE LAST POSITION.
DOESNOT APPLY TO 4+2 SENSORFORMAT
-. (EXPRESSOR NORMAL)
TRcmEuRRRmRT
*43
cl
COMMENTS: .
.
.
.
BYPASSRRmRT
ENTER0 (STANDARD)OR 1 (EXPANDED)
FACTORYPROGRAM
= STANDARD
WHEN EXPANDED, A DUMMY CODE IS
TRANSMITTEDIN THE 4TH POSITION OF
THE 2ND TRANSMISSIONLINE (OF THE
FIRST TRANSMISSION LINE IF 4+2
FORMAT IS USED) (ZONE ID IS NOT
TRmSMITmD)
DOES NOT APPLY TO 4+2 SENSORmRMAT
(EXPRESSOR NORMAL)
*44
cl
COMMENTS: .
.
.
ENTER0 (STANDARD)OR 1 (EXPANDED)
FAC'IQRYPROGRAM
= STANDARD
BYPASSING A CONTACT RESULTS IN
A RESTOREREPORTWHENALL BYPASSES
ARE REMOVED.
. FIRE SENSORS
CANNOT BE BYPASSED.
. WHEN EXPANDED, A DUMMY CODE IS
TRANSMITTEDIN THE 4TH POSITION OF
THE 2ND TRANSMISSIONLINE (OF THE
FIRST TRANSMISSION LINE IF 4+2
FORMAT IS USED) (ZONE ID IS NOT
TRANSMITTED).
. DOESNOT APPLYTo 4+2 SENSORFORMAT
(EXPRESSOR NORMAL)
RRlnvRE RRPORT
i-Y
>._ !
r?
‘..I’
*45
0
COMMENTS: .
.
.
.
40
ENTER0 (STANDARD)OR 1 (EXPANDED)
FACTORYPROGRAM
= I%PANDED
WHENA POINT OF PROTECTIONALARM,
BYPASSOR TROUBLEREPORTIS TRANSMITTFD, A RESTOREREPORTFOR ANY OF
THOSE CONDITIONS IS NOT ISSUED
UNLESSALL LIKE CONDITIONSWITHIN A
ZONEARE RESTORED.
WHEN EXPANDED,THE ALARM CODE IS
TRANSMIlITEDIN THE LAST POSITION
OF THE 2ND TRANSMISSIONLINE (OF
THE 1ST TRANSMISSIONLINE IF 4 + 2
FORMAT1suSED).
,P
‘, ,,’
.
l
.
LCWBA!pCRY
RRPORT
*46
cl
COMMENTS: .
.
.
.
oPRN/cLosR
RRmRT
ENTER0 (STANDARD)OR 1 (EXPANDED)
WHEN EXPANDED. A DUMMY CODE IS
TRANSMITTEDIN THE 4TH POSITION OF
THE 2ND TRANSMISSIONLINE (OF THE
FIRST TRANSMISSION LINE IF 4+2
FORMATIS USED).
FACTORYPROGRAM
= STANDARD(0)
DOESNOT APPLYTO 4+2 SENSORFORMAT
(EXPRESSOR NORMAL)
*47
cl
COMMENTS: .
.
.
.
ENTER0 (STANDARD)OR 1 (EXPANDED)
FACTORYPROGRAM=EXPANDED
WHEN EXPANDED, USER ID (l-8) IS
TRANSMITTEDIN THE LAST POSITION OF
THE 2ND TRANSMISSIONLINE (OR OF
THE 1ST TRAKSM?.SSION
LINE IF 4 + 2
FORMATIS USED)
DOESNOT APPLYTO 4+2 SENSORFORMAT
(EXPRESSOR NORMAL)
*48
ltoN---
cl
COMMENTS: .
.
.
BAmIIP
DOESNOT APPLY TO 4+2 SENSORFORMAT
(EXPRESSORNORMAL)
RESTORE REPORTS FOR EACH ZONE
TYPE ALARM ARE INDIVI,DUALLY
SELECTABLE(SEE ADDRESSNUMBERS53
THROUGH
59).
RRPORTIS
ENTER 0 (PRIMARY PHONE NO.) OR
1 (SECONDARY
PHONENO.)
FACTORY PROGRAM= PRIMARY PHONE
NO.
THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO 4+2 FORMAT
SENSORID REPORTING. ALL REPORTS
ARE ROUTEDTO THE PRIMARYTELEPHONE
NUMBER.
*49
cl
COMMENTS:
.
.
.
41
ENTER 0 (PRIMARY PHONENO. REPORT
ONLY) OR 1 (REPORT ALL PRIMAKY
PHONENUMBERREPORTSTC. SECONDARY
NO. IF PRIMARY NO. CAN'T BE
REACHED).
FACTORYPROGRAM
= PRIMARYNO. ONLY
THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO 4+2 KmMAT
SENSORID REPORTING. WHEN THIS
FORMATIS USED, BACKUPREPORTINGIS
AFTER MAKING 8
STANDARD.
UNSUCCESSFULATTEMPTS TO aDNTACl'
THE PRIMARY NUMBER, VECTOR WILL
MAKE 8 ATTEMPTS TO CONTACT THE
SECONDARY
NUMBER.
‘_
:
IF NO SECONDARYNUMBERIS USED.
MAKE CERTAIN THE PRXMARYTELEPHONE
NUMBERIS ENTEREDBOTH IN FIELDS 31
AND 32.
ZONES1-8AlARU
RRmRT CODE
:
(E/E BURG) COMMENTS
(PER. BURG)
(INT. BURG) . ENTER ALL
(D/N BURG.)
CODES
AS
(24 HR AUD.
DOUBLEDIGITS
SIL, OR AIJX) (e.g. Ol=l.
ZONE 6 (24 HR ALID,
02=2.....
SIL. OR AUX) lO=A. ll=B.
12=C, 13=D.
ZONE 7 (FIRE)
ZONE8 '(DURESS)
14=E, 15=F)
DISABLED=00
(NO REPORT)
ZONE 1
ZONE2
ZONe 3
ZONE4
ZONE5
*50
El3
FACTORYPRCIGRAM:
Z1=3. Z2=3. Z3=3,
Z4=3, Z5=2. Z6=7.
Z7=1, Z8=2
ROTRS:
.
OTRRRlaBssAGE
RRmR.Ts
l s1
IF THE COMMUNICATOR
WITHIN TEE 41S3 IS NOT
GOINGTOBE USED, PRCKXAM
&L CODES IN ADDRESSES
50 AND 51 AS 00. THIS
PREVENTS
UNWANTED
TELEPHONE
LINE SEIZURES.,WHEN4 + 2 BYZONE FORMAT
IS USED, THE CODES
ASSIGNED IN ADDRESS SO
REPRESENTTHE LEADING OR
FIRST DIGIT OF THE 2
DIGIT EVENT CODE. THE
2ND DIGIT OF THE EVEm
CODEIS THE NUHSEROF THE
ZONE.
TROUBLE
CoMMEms:
TROUBLEDUMMY
. ENTERALL CODES
AS DOUBLEDIGITS
BYPASS
(see above)
BYPASSDUMMY
. DISABLED= 00
LUJ BATTERY
LOWBA'JTERYDUMMY (NO REPORT)
. TO DISABLE RESTORE
RESTORE
REPORTS. PROGRAM
CLOSE
ALL CODESIN
OPEN
ADDRESSES 53-59
TEST
As 0.
42
;‘1
:.
FACTORYPROGRAM: SEE TABLE EARLIER IN
THE SECTION.
NOTE:
16SBCOtiDIbLER
DKtAY
*52
cl
coMmNTs :
.
.
.
.
ZONE 1ItBsYoRE
RBmRT
cl
COMMENTS
:
.
ENABLES RESTOREREPORTINGlzOR AN
ENTRY/EXIT ZONEBURGLARY
ALARM.
ENTER0 (DISABLED) OR i (ENABLED).
FACTORYPROGRAM
= DISABLED.
*54
cl
COMMENTS
:
.
.
.
zom3RBsToRB
RBPORT
ENABLES A 16 SECONDDIALER DELAY
FOR FIRE/BURGLARYALARMREPORTSSO
THAT HSER CREATEDFALSE ALARMSCAN
BE SHUT OFF BEFORE THE CENTRAL
STATION IS NEEDLESSLY
ALERTED.
ENTER0 (DISABLED) OR 1 (ENABLED).
FACTORYPROGRAM
= DENABLED.
THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO 4+2 FORMAT
SENSORID REPORTING. ALL REPORTS
ARE INSTANT.
*s3
.
.
zoNB2REsmRE
RBPORT
WHEN 4 + 2 ZONE FORMAT fS
USED, THE TROUBLE,BYPASS,AND
LOWBAITERY CODESARE USEDAS
THE LEADING OR FIRST DIGIT OF
THE 2 DIGIT EVENT CODE. THE
TROUBLEDUMMY,BYPASSDUMMY,
AND LOWBATTERYDUMMYCODES
ARE USED AS THE 2ND DIGIT.
FOR NON-ALARM RESTORES,THE
RESTORE CODE IS THE FIRST
DIGIT AND THE DUMMYCODE IS
FOR ALARM
THE 2ND DIGIT.
RESTORE, THE RESTORECODE IS
THE FIRST DIGIT AND THE ALARh
CODEIS THE SECONDDIGIT. FOR
OPEN/CLOSE.THE OPENOR CLOSE
CODE IS THE FIRST DIGIT AND
THE USER ID IS THE 2ND DIGIT.
ENABLES RESTORE REPORTING FOP A
PERIMETERZONEBURGLARY
ALARM.
ENTER0 (DISABLED) OR 1 (ENABLED).
FACTORYPROGRAM
- DISABLED.
*55
cl
wMMENTs:
.
.
.
43
ENABLES RESTOREREPORTING-FOR AN
INTERIOR ZONEBURGLARY
ALARM.
ENTER0 (DISABLED) OR i (ENABLED).
FACTORYPROGRAM
= DISABLED,
.
zowE4RBs!mRZ
*S6
RRmRT
cl
COMMENTS: .
.
.
ZONE5 RRsroRg
*s7
cl
COMMENTS:
.
.
.
ZONB6RESToRZ
*58
RRPORT
ENABLESRESTOREREPORTINGFOR THE
24 HOURALARMRESPONSE
SELECTEDFOR
THIS ZONE.
ENTER0 (DISABLED) OR 1 (ENABLED).
FACTORYPROGRAh
= DISABLED.
r-l
'ENABLES RESTOREREPORTINGFOR THE
COMHENTS:
l
.
.
zoNB7RKsroRE
ENABLES RESTORE REPORTING FOR A .
DAY/NIGHTZONEBUKLARY ALARM.
ENTER0 (DISABLED) OR 1 (ENABLED).
FACTORYPROGRAM
= DISABLED.
24 HOUR ALARMRESPONSE
SELECTEDFOR
THIS ZONE.
ENTER0 (DISABLED) OR 1 (ENABLED)
FACJ.WRY
PROGRAM
= DfSABLFiD.
*59
REPORT
coMmNTs:
.
.
.
4+2 RRPoRTING
BY ZONR
*60
ENABLES RESTORE REPORTING FOR A
FIRE ZONEALARM.
mm 0 (DISABLED) OR 1 (ENABLED)
FACTORYPROGRAM
= DISABLED.
': J
cl
COMMENTS:
. REPORTSSUBSCRIBERID.
EVENT CODE.
AND ZONE.
. ENABLESCOMMUNICATION
To BOTH THE
PRIMARYAND SEaONDARYPHONENUMBER
(IF USED) USING A 4 + 2 TRANSMISSION FDRMAT.
. THE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY FORMAT
SELECTIONSIN ADDRESS*38 AND *40
(IF SECONDARY IS USED) OR *96
(EXPRESS DTMF) ARE REQUIRED TO
SELECT THE APPROPRIATE DATA
TRANSMISSICF FULSE RATE AND
ACKNarJLEDGE/XISSOFF
FREQUENCY.
. ENTER0 (DISABLED) OR 1 (ENABLED).
= DISABLED.
. FACTORYPROGRAM
. THE 1ST DIGIT OF THE EVENT CODEIS
THE CODEENTEREDIN ADDRESS*50 AND
*51 AND THE 2ND DIGIT IS THE ZONE
TYPE, USER ID, OR DUMMYEXPANSION
CODE (WHICHEVERIS APPLICABLE TO
THE INDIVIDUAL REPORT).
T---J
\ ’’
44
.
USAGE' OF THE 4 + 2 ZONE FORMAT
PERMITS THE USAGE OF SELECTIVE
EXPANDEDREPORTING. (See *42. *43.
*44, *45. *46. *47 and *50 for
addresses that can be appropriately
set for expanded reporting).
INTRODUC!RONToFIRLDS 61-81
In order to make it easier for 6n installer
to understand
explanation and some illustretive
example6 are given first.
point
reporting,
an
Bearing in mind that 6 2 digit reporting code is utilized.
let u6 first di6CU66
how 6en6or6 9-37.97.98.99 can be coded, a6 the programming is easier to follw.
The recurring theme of the
OnCe that is completed, we will discuss 6en6ors l-8.
follwing
information
is that the leading digit represent6 the type of event
being reported and the second digit identifies
the sensor within that type.
Noms:
1.
2.
Two digit entries are required because hexadecimal
entries are allowed (O-9, B-F) = (00-15)
for
fields 61-81.
Users of the Ademco CAPS Automation System are
cautioned not to assign 78 or 8C for any report as
these code6 are reserved.
EXMPLR il
In the 6en6or group g-id,
fOllW6:
for example, the installer
may program (Field
*64) as
.
All alarm report6 may have a first digit of 1 (If it is desired to have the
alarm code denote the kind of sen6or being monitored, all sensors of a
should be grouped together within a group of
similar type [ex: entry/exit]
eight 1.
.
All trouble reports may have 6 first digit of 2 (Bear in mind that trouble
reporting would not ju6t be for 6en6or loop trouble, a6 in a fire zone or a
day/night zone, but would also be used to report a polling loop trouble,
such a6 for a non-responding RPM).
.
.
All bypass reports may hgve 6 fir6t
digit of 3 (Note that in the sensor
reporting format, a Caamon bypass report for all sen6or6 is not possible.
If bypass reporting is desired, it muet be by seneor).
All restore reports may have a first
rapott is used for 6larm6. troubles,
digit of 9 (Note that
and bypasses).
a caon
restore
In Field *65. the eecond digit of the 2 digit event code i6 stored. a different
Sensors
code for each sensor in the group (ex: l-8 for the eight sensors).
grouped in (17-24). (25-321, (33-37. 97. 98, 99) are programmed 6ildlarly.
45
.
sensors in the l-8 group are similarly
programmed. The only difference in
this group is that the alarm code leading digit is not commonfor all sensors in
the group; a separate code is available for each alarm code in the group.
*
The
!7
/
RXAMPLE12
An example of code assignments that maximize the reporting for the mrrbt number
of sensor6 reporting to an Ademco CAPSAutomation System is given belw:
SENSOR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7*(1)
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
*(4>
*(4)
*(4j
*(4>
2
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
*(5) '9:
*(5> 98
99
*NOTES:
BYPASS
11
12
13
14
1s
16,
17
19
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
10
1B
1c
1D
1E
IE
1F
1F
29
20
2B
2c
20
2E
2E
2F
41
42
43
44
4s
46
47
49
51
52
53
54
5s
56
57
58
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
40
4B
4c
4D
4E
4E
4F
4F
59
50
5B
5c
5D
SE
SE
5F
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
79
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
70
7B
7c
7D
7E
7E
7F
7F
99
90
9B
9c
9D
9E
9E
9F
1. Only used if downloading is not used.
English language on 685 should not be used for
reports.
2.
46
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
09
Dl
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D9
El
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
00
0B
0c
OD
BE
BE
0F
QF
D9
DQ
DB
DC
DD
DE
DE
DF
most
of
these
!C----J
;.~\ ,
3. Note that
B and C are not used for leading digit6 in the aboye
table or in the table on the next page. It is suggested that these
digit6 be reserved for u6e in reporting wopenings" and "closings"
60 that the appropriate dieplay and print out can be obtained at
the central station receiver and an automation system can be given
the appropriate information.
4. Within the 77 code locations
allocated
for the sensor report
format, it is not possible for Ademco CAPSAutanation System User6
to uniquely report alarm, trouble. bypass. and re6tore for at1 40
point6 plus handle open, close. test, lw bettery, and lw battery
restore.
A6 6uch. several 6en6or6 must share reports.
In the
example shwn, the pairs including 31 and 32, 36 and 37. 97 and 98
each share a canmon report.
5. The fact that the 97 and 98 share a commonreport is irrelevant
in
installations
where downloading i6 Used (4153BB is installed)
as a
loop open 98 condition
cannot be detected without
6 4152LM
connected for u6e with a Cla6s 'A' ,polling
loop.
Tbat module
cannot be used when downloading is desired.
Other possible grouping6 of codes could have alarm6 in consecutive
SOUPS. For example:
hexadecimal
Fire Alarm6 - 10-17
Panic Alarm6 - 18. 19. lB-1F
Burglary Alarm6 - 20-29. 2%2F. 30-37
0.
Troubles and Bypasses could be treated similarly
in consecutive hexadecimal
groups.
Restore6 cannot be 60 treated if we desire to reserve B and C for
opening6 and closing just to get English language printout of open/close on the
685'6 printer.
The latter
arrangement will make it easier for non-automated ,centrel station
personnel to interpret
the information.
An example of such an arrangement is
Thi6 example is equally relevant for user6 of the Ademco/MAS
given belw.
Automation Syetem.
47
.
SmsoR
1
2
3
4
5
6
40
41
42
43
44
4s
46*(l)
47
48
49
4B
4c
4D
10
11
12
13
14
1s
7*(1)
&1)
8
9
10
11
12
13
17
18
19
18
1c
1D
1E
1F
1F
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2B
2c
2D
2E
2F
*(2) ::
*(2) 16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
y;
BYPASS
3;
4E
4F
4F
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
5B
5c
5D
33
34
35
36
37
97
98
99
*NOTES:
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
ii;
01
02
03
04
ii'6
07
;i
0B
0c
0D
5E
2F
‘.
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
98
99
9B
9c
9D
9E
9F
BE
0F
0F
5F
SF
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
D0
Dl
D2
D3
D4
.
FIRE
J
;5,*w
D7
D8
D9
DB
DC
DD
DE
DF
DF
EB
El
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
E9
.EB
EC
ED
EE
EF
EIF
F0
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
f-7
'_, .1
I
1
PANIC
_1
BURC
f-7
1. Only used if downloading is not used.
2. Either two 6ensor6 shouldn't be Used (16 and 32) or they must have
their
reporting
duplicated
(such as with sensors 15 and 31
respectively).
lum.?! CODE
(1st Digit)
(SENSORSl-8)
*61
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
. The first digit of the 2 digit went code
used for each of sensors 1-8 alarm reports.
. Sensor 7 is only used if downloading is
not used.
. See Introduction
to this
field
and
subsequent field6 above.
C--?
48
.
SKNSORID CDDES
(2nd digit)
(SENSORSl-8)
*62
YRMrBLRCODE
BYPASSCODE
RRSTOBROODE
(1st digit)
(SENSORSl-8)
*63
ALARMCODE
TROUBLECODE
BYPASSOODE
RRSTDRECODE
(1st digit)
(Sensor6 9-16)
*64
=sOR ID CQDES
(2nd digit)
(Sensors 9-16)
*6S
The second digit of the 2 digit went
used for each of sensor6 9-16 alerm,
trouble, bypass. and reStore reports
ALARMCODE
TROUBLRCQDB
BYPASS
RBSTORE
(1st digit)
(Sensors 17-24)
*66
The first digit6 of the 2 digit went codes
used to report alarm. trouble, bypass,
card restore for censors 9-16.
SKNSORIDf%IDB
(2nd digit)
(Sensors 17-24)
*67
The second digit of the 2 digit .went code
used for each of sensors 17-24 alarm.
trouble, bypass. and reStore reports.
ALARMCODB
TROUBLRCDDB
BYPASSCODB
RRST0R.ECODB
(1st digit)
(Sensors 25-32)
*68
The second digit
used for each of
trouble, bypass.
Sensor 7 is only
not used.
TR
BY
lu3 a
. The first digits of the 2 digit went codes
Used
to report trouble. bypass, and restore
for sensors l-8.-
AL .
TR
ffl
BY
RE
of the 2 digit went code
sen6ors l-8 alarm.
and restore reports.
used if dwnloading is a
The first digits of the 2 digit went Code6
used to report alarm, trouble, bypass and
restore for 6ensors 9-16.
The first digits of the 2 digit
AL . used
to report alarm. trouble.
TR
and restore for 6en6or6 2S-32
BY
.
RE
49
codes
went code6
bypass
.
SmsoR ID mDBs
The second digit of the 2 digit went code
used for each of sensors 25-32 alarm.
trouble. bypass, and restore reports.
*69
(2nd digit)
(Sensors 25-32)
l 70
The first digits of the 2 digit went codes
used to report alarm. trouble, bypass.
and restore for sensors 33-37, 97, 98. 99.
*71
sxNsoRIDamEs
(2nd digit)
(Sensors 33-37, 97,
98. 99)
code
The second digit of the 2 digit went
used for each of sensors 33-37, 97. 98.
99 alarm. trouble, bypass, and restore
reports.
Sensor 98 reporting is irrelevant
unless a
4lS2LM8 Class 'A' Polling Loop Module is
ueed. A polling loop 'open' circuit
cannot
The vay to &al
be detected' otherwise.
vith this non-went
is
to assign it the
same code as another
event (ex: 97polling loop short).
iuaARNcaDB
lmmBLBaaDE
BTPASSCOBB
RB!mmE mm
(1st digit)
(Sensors 33-37,
97,98.99)
om
RKFORT
*72
(1st digit)
OPENREPORT
(2nd digit)
*73
uosBRRFoRT
(1st digit)
*74
CZOSEREFORT
(2nd digit)
*75
ul
m
III
III
.
. In order to disable the open report. both
Field6 *72 and *73 must be programmed as
00.
. Must be a "B" (hex 11) if English language
printout
of "open" is desired
on 685
Receiver.
. Must be a "Bn (hex 11) if opening by u6er
is to be processed
on an Ademco CAPS
Automation System.
. The second digit represents the user ID
for the Master Security code. User No. 2
is automatically
assigned an ID 1 higher
thau.this
code (ex: If 01 is keyed, User 2
reports as 2. User 3 as 3, etc...)
See first
canment for Field *72.
. Must be a "C" (hex 12) if English printout
of "close" is desired on 685.
. Must be a "C" (hex 12) if closing by user
is to be processed on an Ademco CAPS
Autanation System.
See canment for Field
50
*73.
.i*
‘,
:
\
-
,I
.
LwBA!rTREFoRT
(1st digit)
*76
LwBATTRBFoRT
(2nd digit)
*77
TEsTImoRT
(1st
digit)
See first
comment for Field
*72.
.
See first
comment for Field
*72.
*78
See first
comment for Field
*72.
TXST REFORT
(2nd digit)
*79 I
See first
comment for Field'*72.
LWBAlTREs!mRB
*80
See first
comment for Field
*72.
*81
See first
,co+ment fct Field
*72.
m
I i I
REFORT(1st digit)
LcwBAmREs!mRE
REPORT(2nd digit)
cENTRALs!cATIoN
~anJTRoL/
1
*82
COMMENTS:.
moNENumER
tamTRALsTATIoNID#
*83
ALARM SOUNDING
AFl%R4EauR
LOSS OF AC
*84
SWIEER ml!EREmTENT SENSOR)
REmRTsuPmEss1oN
EACHDIGIT REQUIRESA 2 DIGIT
ENTRY (EXAMPLEoi=l. 02=2, ETC.)
ENTERUP TO 11 DIGITS, O-9. DO
NOT FILL UNUSEDSPACES.
FACTORY PROGRAM= NONE (DISPLAYS
SINSLE ZEROWHENVIEWED).
THIS PHONENUMBERUTILIZES THE PABX
ACCESS CODE PROGRAMMEDIN FIELD
*29.
ONLYNEEDEDWHENREMOTE
PROGRAMMING/COMMANDING
OVER
TELEPHONE
LINES WILL BE USED.
THIS 03DE IS ID OF THE NO. 699
PROGRAMMER OR PC (personal
computer) THAT IS ALLOWEDTO TALK
TO THE 4153.
CANNOTBE VIEWEDUSING #83.
ENTER8 HEXADECIMAZ,
DIGITS,
0-9/B-F [OO-151
cl
. ENl'ER 0 (NO) OR 1( YES)
COMMENTS:
. MANDATORYSELECTIONFORUL609
.
GRADEA INSTALLATIONS.
MANDATORY
FORUL1635 INSTALLATIONS.
ALSO
ACTIVATES
TROUBLE
COMMUNICATION REPORT TO THE
CENTRALSTATION.
FACTORYPROGRAM
= NO
.
ENl'ER 0 (NO REPORTSUPPRESSION)OR
1 (REPORTSUPPRESSION
ENABLED)
FAcrORY PROGRAM
= NO SUPPRESSION
.
.
*85
I
cl
COMMENTS:.
51
.
.
.
GROUNDSTART
TmcCLINE
TEST
COMMENTS
: .
*86
cl
.
.
.
DURESSCODE
*87 m
1st
digit
ONLY APPLICABLE TO 4+2 SENSOR
REPORTING. FIELD *41 MUST BE
PRoGRABMEDAsl.
WREN SUPPRESSION IS ENABLED, A
MAXIMUMOF 15 ALARM AND 15 ALARM
RESTOREREFORTSPLUS 15 TROUBLEAND
15 TROUBLERESTOREREPORTSWILL BE
PERMITTEDIN AN AIMED PERIOD FRCM
THE SYSTEM. WHENTHESEPARAMETERS
ARE EXCEEDED,THATREPORTTYPE WILL
BE INHIEITED.
ENTER0 (NO) OR 1 (YES)
MANDATORY
SELECTIONFDRUL611 GRADE
A INSTALLATIONSUSIS ONEWAYLOK;
RANGERADIO (762lAD) ON GROUND
STARTPHONELINES.
CAN ONLYBE USED IN C&UNCTION
WITH No. 4259 TELCOLINE MDNITOR/
TRANSPONDER.
FACFORYPROGRAM=O
m
2nd
digit
COMMENTS
: .
TWODIGIT ENTRIESARE RFQUIRED
BECAUSEHEXADECIMAL
CODESARE
ALLOWED(O-9. B-F)
.
NOTUSXD
*88
suPBxvIspp, ALARM
lRxaERomPuTs
*89
DoNoTPRmum
coMM8NTs
: .
cl
.
.
FACFORYDEFABLTS
*90
FACICRY PROGRAM
= 00 00
COHMENTS
:
ENTER0 (NO) CR 1 (YES)
MANDATORY
SELECTIONFORUL6ll GRADE
A OR AA INSTALLATIONSUSING IWO WAY
LONGRANGERADIO,
CAN ONLY BE USED WITH No. 7920SE
TRANSCEIVER. (REVISION 5.0 OR
HIGHER).
FACTORYpROGRAM=O
ONLYENTEREDIF ALL PROGRAM
OFTIONS
ARR TO BE SET TO FACTORYDEFAULTS.
NOTUSED
*91
NOTUSED
*92
NOTUSED
*93
DONOTPRSRAN
NOTUSBD
*94
DoNoTPRaxtAM
52
.
coND1TIoNAL0pKNIHz*95
uikumL) RBmRT
COMMENTS:.
.
cl
.
.
.
.
*96
4+1/4+2 EXPRESS
FORMT FOR zoN8
OR SKNSORREFoR!rIIG
COMMENTS:.
.
cl
.
.
INSTALLIlIGANDRg)lDvING
Remwing
ENTER0 (NO) OR 1 (YES)
SHOULD ONLY BE USED IF NORMAL
OPENING/CLOSINGREPORTING IS NOT
USED.
AN OPEN REPORT IN ADDRESS.51 OR
ADDRESSES 72 AND 73 MUST BE
PROGRAMMED.
THIS OPTION SHOULDNOT BE SELECTED
IF 16 sEom DIAPER DELAY (ADDRESS
521 IS SELECTED, SINCE A CANCEL
REPORTCGULDBE RECEIVED WITHOUT
ANY PRIOR ALARMREPORT.
ONLYSENDSOPENREPORTIF SYSTEMIS
DISARMEDDURINGAN ALARM.
FACTORYPROGRAM
= 0
EI?XZR0 (NO) OR 1 (YES)
SHOULDONLYBE USEDWITH COMPATIBLE
DIGI,TAL RECEIVERS .(EX. ADEMCO
685/LEVEL 4.3 AND HIGHERSOFTWARE).
RECEIVERDISPLAY AND PRINP-OUT IS
THE SAMEAS FOR THlXE.MESSAGESNOT
USING THIS HIGH SPEED(10 CHAR/SEC)
DTMFFORMAT.
FACTORYPROGRAM
= 0.
CIRQJITBOARDS
a 4153 WIN BOARD
The main circuit board is removed and Ix-installed
with the circuit board cwer
intact to protect the components from damage. Do not remove the upper cover.
Make certain that all pcuer to the system ha6 been removed from the system
the board by reversing the following procedure.
before work begins. Re-install
Remove lover cover and circuit
board mounting screw6.
53
.
Lift
and disconnect
the circuit
board
from the
square
post
Take care not to bend
connectors.
any of the connectors.
Remove.the board by sliding
fram the slotted mounts.
it
away
Im3talli.nga4152LMB
Remove the lover
circuit
boarc i
cover after removing the holding
Remove the No. 4153RD
screws.
Carefully
remove
mounting screv.
the 4153RD module from the square
post connectors.
54
.
.
Install
the 4152LMB bv carefully
inserting
square
post
the
connectors
into
the header.
Take care not to insert the posts
Replace the lover circuit
too far.
board cover.
After installing
all equipment you must thoroughly Test the system.
povering up. wait one minute before checking the contact loops.
.
If the system is connected to a central
in progress.
.
Pwer up the system. The console vi11 beep rapidly
10 second6 and stop. WAR FOR 1 KINUTR.
.
Arm the system.
.
With the external
sounder disconnected for this test, go to each
Check vindcv foil by momenprotection point and fault the contact.
tarily
removing (and replacing) a vire from the RPM. Check the entry
the corresponding ID number vill
delay.
As each point is faulted,
appear on the console display.
.
If
the
cwers.
station
notify
After
them of a test
for approximately
TAXPER option vas selected, remove (and replace)
The corresponding ID numbers will appear on tbe
the RPM
console
display.
Notify
.
With the external sounder connected, enter the SECURITYCODEand TEST
to test the battery and external sounders.
.
Shov the
central
user
station
hov to perform all
functions.
of all tests and verify
results.
The system vill retell ten day's worth of ALARMand TROUBLEmessages for display
to service personnel with the folloving procedure:
ENTERSECURITYCODE+ 0
55
The memory
vi11 retain alarm and trouble reports ten days from the last alarm or
trouble went, pinpointing
their specific
sensor
location.
If no subsequent
removed from memory.
events occur, then all previous events are autanatically
If nev events occur within the ten day period, then all events are retained and *
the ten day cycle starts again.
After displaying all alarm and trouble reports,
mode .is .exited, by entering aODE+ OFF.
This feature
does not prwide
information
It simply indicates
sequence of ocicurrence.
on a particular
point during the period.
f-l
',,
‘
the memory is erased vhen this
concerning tim of occurrence or
that an alarm or trouble occurred
WARNING!
If the system is atnred and the user exits through various interior
sensors and
then through the entry/exit
door and one interior
sensor remains faulted,
the
system vi11 go into alarm at the end of the exit delay (plus entry delay), as it
not only display the sensor that remained
should.
However., the console vill
faulted, but also every other sensor that the user faulted on his way out (which
.had been restored).
If an ALARM occurs during the AWAYmode and the user returns.and
directly
from the AWAYmode to the STAY mode. then user alarm memory is lost.
transits
Subsequent disarming results in a blank numeric display and the READY LED
remains out (requiring CODE+ OFF to restore it).
IX.
SPBCI~~X
[@ 32'F (O'C) - 120'F (SO'C) 90% RH non condensing]
No. 4153 C-ON
1.
PHYSICAL
2.
BsmxRIcAL
WIDTH:
HEIGHT:
DEPTH:
!p /
‘Y
12.25" (306 mm)
17"
(432 mm)
4"
(102 mm)
VOLTAGE.INPUT: 18 VAC (from ADEMOO
No. 1349 PLUG-IN TRANSFORMER).
40 VA.
WNTINUOUSOUTPUT: IZVDC, 750 mA (combined output available
Auxiliary
and Console Pwer Output Terminals)
from the
POLLING LOOP
CURRENTAVAILABLE:
60 mA @ 11V max. (Cannot be used a6 a D.C. supply)
ALARMSOUNDER
OUTPUT:
1.5 AMPS eizv
ALARMTRIGGEROUTPUTS: ON = 5V 6' 1:s mA
OFF = OV
4152LM8 DRAIN:
64 mA e 11V max.
STANDBY:
BATTERY 12 VDC, 2.7 AH (No. 465-627;
or 5.4AH (No. 465-654. 2 each)
56
2 EACH)
n_
.
MAXIMUM STANDBYTIMES (IN HOURS) UMlER CONTINUOUSLOAD (IN MILLIAMPS).
CURRENT
REQUIREMENT
EQUALS120 mA PER CONSOLE
PLUSAUXILIARY POWER.
BATTERY
*465-627
*465-654
*465-680
.
.
200
4.1
7.8
9.1
250
3.6
7.3
8.5
300
3.2
6.8
8.0
350
3.0
6.3
7.6
400
2.8
5.9
7.2
450
2.7
5.6
6.8
500
2.5
5.3
6.5
559
2.4
5.0
6.2
600
2.3
4.7
6.0
650
2.1
4.5
5.7
700
2.0
4.3
5.5
*
ALL UL INSTALLATIONSMUSTHAVEA STANDBYTIME OF 4 HOURSOR MORE.
BATTERY,NOPMALLY
NEEDNOT BE REPLACEDFOR AT LEAST 5 YEARS.
*TWOBAITERIES REQUIRED;WIRE IN SERIES
FUSES:
BATTERY:
4A
BELL:
3A
CONSOLEPOWER:1A
AUX. POWER: 2A
(No.
(No.
(No.
(No.
90-17)
90-12)
90-14)
90-2)
No. 4157 CONSOLE
4" (102 mm) W 6-l/2"
1.
PHYSICAL
H
2.
lEBcifTu~
VOLTAGEINPUT:
DRAIN:
GLJRRENT
(165 mm) D 1" (25 mm)
12VDc
120 IllA
No. 4137 REIPDTBOONSOLE
(121 mm) W 8.4"
1.
PE??SICAL
H 4.75"
2.
BIacrRIcAL:
VOLTAGEINPUT:
CURRENTDRAIN:
(213mm) D 1.1" ( 28 mm)
12VDc
60 HIA
No. 5330 CONSOLE
1.
PHYSICAL
H 4.37"
(113 mm) W 7.75"
2.
ELmxRIcAL
VOLTAGEDRAIN:
DRAIN:
GURRENT
(207mm) D 1.25" (32s~~)
12VDc
80 HIA (staidby)
105 mA (lit display)
No. 419OUHDUAL POINT RR!
1.
PHYSICAL
H 3-l/4"
(81mm) W 2-l/8"
2.
EImmucAL
VOLTAGEINPUT:
WRRENPDRAIH:
(53mm) D 1" (23mm)
8- 11 volts
2 ICIA(HIGH Gr~Rmrr)
1mA (LC%JCURRENT)
No. 419250 PEOTURLETRICSMDKRDETRcrOR
1.
PBYSICAL
BASE DIA.: 5.0"
3.15" (8Omm)
2.
NLRBCAL
VOLTAGEINPUT:
CURRENTDRAIN:
(127mm). COVERHGT: 3" (76mm). COVERDIA.:
7-11VDc
Less than 320 uA (standby)
320-400 uA (Active)
57
.
No. 4192SDT PEOTDELECTRIC
SHORRDETECTOR
W/BUILT-IN 13S"P/57“C HEAT DKTEZTOR
1.
PUYSICAL
BASE DIA: 5.0"
3.15" (8Omm)
2.
ELBcrRIcAL
VOLTAGEINPUT:
CURRENT
DRAIN:
(127mm). COVERHGT: 3" (76mm). COVERDIA.:
7-1lVDC
Less than 320 uA (standby)
320-400 uA (Active)
No. 4192CP IONI2ATION DRTRCTOR
1.
PHPSICAL
BASE DIA: 5.0"
3.15" (8Omm)
2.
EtBcrRIcAL
VOLTAGEINPUT:
CURRENT
DRAIN:
(127mm). COVERHGT: 3" i76mm), COVERDIA.:
7-11VDc
Less than 320 uA (standby)
320-400 uA (Active)
No. 4196 PASSIVE INFRMEDDRTECTOR/RP!4
1.
PHYSICAL
H 4-l/4"
2.
ELXTRICAL
VOLTAGEINPUT: 8 - 1lV
CURRENT
DRAIN: 0.8 mA (OPERATING)
1mAMLAR.M)
(108mm) W 3-l/4"
(82.6mm) D 2-l/8"
(54mm)
No. 4197 LINR ExTgMlER llDDULB
1.
PEYSICAL
H 5" (127mm) W 3.94"
2.
lELwrRIcAL
VOLTAGEINPUT: 12VDC
CURRENTDRAIN: mA
(lOOmud D 1.25" (32mm)
No. 4208 8 KUNT RPM (Cover included)
1.
PEXSICAL
H 7" (178mm) W 3-7/8"
2.
BLEcTRIcAL
VOLTAGEINPUT
CURRENT
DRAIN
(98mm) D l-3/8"
(35mm)
8-1lV
16 mA
No. 4275 PIR/TRANSKMDER
1.
WPSICAL
H 3.7"
(94mm) W 3" (76mm) D 1.5" (38mm)
2.
EtBc!cRIcAL
VOLTAGEINPUT
CURRENTDRAIN
8-1lV
Less than 1 mA (LED inactive)
6 mA (LED Active)
No. 4194WE SURFACEHIUNT RREDCONTACT/TRANSPONDER
1.
PHTS1GA.L
L 4.25"
(108~~) W .625" (16mm) H .75" (19mm)
2.
xLEcTRIc&.s
VOLTAGEINPUT
WRRRNTDRAIN
3.
GAP
.75" (19lllm)
8-1lV
0.5 mA
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No. 4139UE/GY/BR SURFACR-RBRD
OQNUCT/TRANSP
1.
PHYSICAL
H .56" (14mnd W .50" (13mm) L 1.5" (64od
2.
xErRIcAL
VOLTAGEINPUT
CURm DRAIN
3.
GAP
.875”
8-1lV
0.5 mA
(22md
No. 419lUR RRCRSSMNJNTRREDCONTAWTRANSP
1.
'PEYSICAL
DIAMETER.50" (13mm) LENGTH2" (5lmm)
TO THE INSTALLER
Regular maintenance and inspection (at least annually) by the installer and frequent testing by the user
are vital to continuous satisfactory operation of any alarm system.
The installer should assume the responsibility of developing and offering a regular maintenance
program to the user as well as acquainting the user with the proper operation and limitations of the
alarm system and its component parts. Recommendations must be included for a specific program of
frequent testing (at least weekly) to insure the system’s proper operation at all times.
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“FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS
COMMISSION (FCC) STATEMENT’
This equipment has been tested to FCC requirements and has been found acceptable for use. The FCC requires the following
statement for your information:
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, that is, in strict accordance with
the manufacturer’s instructions may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has been type tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B computing device in accordance with the specifications in Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules.
which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference
by one or more of the following measures:
l If using an indoor antenna, have a quality outdoor antenna installed.
l Reorient the receiving antenna until interference is reduced or eliminated.
l Move the receiver away from the control/communicator.
0 Plug the control/communicator into a different outlet so that it and the receiver are on different branch circuits.
0 Move the antenna leads away from any wire runs for control/communicator.
If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for additional suggestions.
The user may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal Communications Commission helpful:
“Interference Handbook.”
This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402. Stock No. 004-000-00450-7.
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WARNING
THE LIMITATIONS OF THIS ALARM SYSTEM
While this system is an advanced design security system, it does not offer guaranteed protection
against burglary or fire or other emergency. Any alarm system, whether commercial or residential, is
subject to compromise or failure to warn for a variety of reasons. For example:
0 Intruders may gain access through unprotected openings or have the technical sophistication to
bypass an alarm sensor or disconnect an alarm warning device.
l Intrusion detectors (e.g., passive infrared detectors), smoke detectors. and many other sensing
devices will not work without power. Battery operated devices will not work without batteries, with
dead batteries, or if the batteries are not put in properly. Devices powered solely by AC will not
work if their AC power supply is cut off for any reason, however briefly.
0 A user may not be abte to reach a panic or emergency button quickly enough.
0 While smoke detectors have played a key role in reducing residential fire deaths in the United
States, they may not activate or provide early warning for a variety of reasons in as many as 35%
of all fires, according to data published by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Some of
the reasons smoke detectors used in conjunction with this System may not work are as follows:
Smoke detectors may have been improperly installed and positioned. Smoke detectors may not
sense fires that start where smoke cannot reach the detectors, such as in chimneys, in walls, or
roofs, or on the other side of closed doors. Smoke detectors also may not sense a fire on another
level of a residence or building. A second floor detector, for example, may not sense a first floor
or basement fire. Moreover, smoke detectors have sensing limitations, No smoke detector can
sense every kind of fire every time. In general, detectors may not always warn about fires caused
by carelessness and safety hazards like smoking in bed, violent explosions. escaping gas,
improper storage of flammable materials, overloaded electrical circuits, children playing with
matches, or arson. Depending on the nature of the fire and/or the location of the smoke
detectors, the detector, even if it operates as anticipated, may not provide sufficient warning to
allow all occupants to escape in time to prevent injury or death.
0 Alarm warning devices such as sirens, bells or horns may not alert people or wake up sleepers if
they are located on the other side of closed or partly open doors. If warning devices are located
on a different level of the residence from the bedrooms, then they are less likely to waken or alert
people inside bedrooms. Even persons who are awake may not hear the warning if the alarm is
muffled by noise from a stereo. radio, air conditioner or other appliances, or by passing traffic.
Finally, alarm warning devices, however loud, may not warn hearing-impaired people or waken
deep sleepers.
0 Telephone lines needed to transmit alarm signals from a premises to a central monitoring station
may be out of service or temporarily out of service. Telephone lines are also subject to
compromise by sophisticated intruders.
0 This equipment, like other electrical devices, is subject to component failure. Even though this
equipment is designed to last as long as 10 years, the electronic components could fail at any
time.
The most common cause of an alarm system not functioning when an intrusion or fire occurs is
inadequate maintenance. This alarm system should be tested weekly to make sure all sensors are
working properly.
tnstalling an alarm system may make one eligible for lower insurance rates, but an alarm system is
not a substitute for insurance. Homeowners, property owners and renters should continue to act
prudently in protecting themselves and continue to insure their lives and property.
We continue to develop new and improved protection devices. Users of alarm systems owe it to
themselves and their loved ones to learn about these developments.
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ADEMCO
LIMITED WARRANTY
Alarm Device Manufacturing Company, a Division of Pittway Corporation. and its divisions, subsidiaries and affiliates (“Seller”). 165 Eileen Way,
Syosset. New York 11791, warrants its products to be in conformance with its onin plans and specifications and 10be free from defects in materials
and workmanship under normal use and service for 18 months from the date stamp control on the product or, for products not having an Ademco
date stamp, for 12 months from date 01original purchase unlessthe installation instructions or catalog sets forth a shorter period, in which case the
shorter period shall apply. Seller’s obligation shall be limited to repairing or replacing, at its option. free of charge for materials or labor. any part which
is proved not in compliance with Seller’s specifications or proves defective in materials or workmanship under normal use and service. Seller shall
have no obligation under this Limited Warranty or otherwise if the product is altered or improperfy repaired or serviced by anyone other Ihan Ademco
factory service. For warranty service, return product transportation prepaid. to Ademco Factory Service. 165 Eileen Way, Syosset. New York 11791.
THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF MERCHANTABILITY.OR FfTNESS FOR A PART&Z&AR PURPOSEOROTHERWISE,
WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF. IN NO CASE SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE TO ANYONE FOR ANY
CONSEOUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OFTHIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OR UPON ANY
OTHER BASIS OF LIABILITY WHATSOEVER, EVEN IF THE LOSS OR DAMAGE IS CAUSED BY THE SELLER’S OWN NEGLIGENCE OR FAULT.
Seller does not represent that its product may not be compromised or circumvented; that the product will prevent any personal injury or property loss
by burglary. robbery, fire or otherwise; or that the product will in all cases provide adequate warning or protection. Buyer understands that a properly
installed and maintained alarm may only reduce the risk of a burglary, robbery or fire without warning. but it is nol insurance or a guarantee that such
will not occur or that there will be no personal injury or properly loss as a result. CONSEQUENTLY. SELLER SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR ANY
PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE OR OTHER LOSS BASED ON A CLAIM THE PRODUCT FAILED TO GIVE WARNING. However, if Seller
is held liable, whether directly or indirectly. for any loss or damage arising under lhii Limited Warranty or otherwise, regardless of cause or origin,
Seller’s maximum liability shall not in any case exceed the purchase price of the product. which shall be the complete and exclusive remedy against
Seller.
This warranty replaces any previous warrantis and is the only warranty made by Seller on this product. No increase or alteration.wrMen or verbal. of
the obligation of this Limited Warranty is authorized.
ALARM DEVICE
MANUFACTURING CO.
A DIVISION OF PITIWAY CORPORATION
165 Elleen Way, Syosset, New York 11791
N2759V3
l/90
Copyright e 19137PITTWAY CORPORATION
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