ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING LTD.
FW-KP
WIRELESS KEYPAD
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
&
USER MANUAL
P/N 7101618 Rev. B ME-YS
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The FW-KP is a wireless remote control keypad for POWERWAVE & RUNNER security
and home automation control panels.
The FW-KP enables easy programming, arming and disarming of the control panel.
It also allows to control devices from anywhere in the home or office, using keypad
commands.
FEATURES:
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Designed to comply with European Standards
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Easy programming
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User-friendly operation
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Hand-held use and wall mounting
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Back light illumination
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Visual LED's indications
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Audible signals confirm user commands
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Up to 300 m range in open space
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FSK unique technology
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Keypads copy via smart EEPROM
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Up to 5 year lithium battery life
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Full Supervision
MAKING YOUR FW-KP WORKING WITH A WIRELESS CONTROL PANEL
1. INSTALL THE FW-RCV.
2. ENROLL REQUIRED OPERATION RADIO SIGNAL (ARM
/DISARM/STAY/CONTROL.
3. SET RADIO PANIC ALARM TO AUDIBLE OR SILENT.
4. ACTIVATE OUTPUT BY CHANNEL PANIC IF REQUIRED.
5. ACTIVATE OUTPUT BY RADIO CHANEL IF REQUIRED.
6. SET PENDANT CHIRPS FOR ARM/DISARM PARTITION “A” AND PARTITION
“B” IF REQUIRED.
ENROLLING RADIO CHANNELS
In order to load a radio command on the panel, press the appropriate address number
(e.g. P614E for channel 4).
The keypad buzzer will beep once for a second to indicate learn mode has been initiated
and the FW-RCV board LED will flash. The radio signal you wish to load must transmit a
signal within 30 seconds from entering learn mode, otherwise the panel will time out and
no code will be loaded. If a valid code is received within the 30 seconds the keypad will
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give 3 short beeps and exit learn mode. To remove a loaded radio channel, enter in the
code load address as above eg P614E, then without operating the transmitter and before
the 30 second timer expires, press the “Enter” button. This will remove the code loaded
against this address (in this case radio channel 4).
HOW TO CHANGE OR ADD CODES
Add:
Getting into installer mode
User 1
&PROG &INSTALLER
&
&PROG &INSTALLER
&
PROG &INSTALLER
&
PROG &INSTALLER
&
LED indication
New User
PROG/ERR
PROG
& 1&
ENTER
& CODE &
ENTER
PROG/ERR
PROG
&2&
ENTER
& CODE &
ENTER
PROG/ERR
PROG
& 3&
ENTER
& CODE &
ENTER
PROG/ERR
PROG
& 4&
ENTER
& CODE &
ENTER
PROG/ERR
PROG
&User Number &
PROG/ERR
PROG
& 0&
ENTER
User 2
ENTER
User 3
ENTER
User 4
ENTER
Remove :
User 1
PROG
&
Installer
PROG
&
&INSTALLER
ENTER
&INSTALLER
ENTER
ENTER
&NEW
ENTER
&
ENTER
CODE
&
ENTER
HOW TO ENROLL COMMANDS TO THE WIRELESS CONTROL PANEL?
FIRST: Get into the address (left column below) and then proceed with enrolling
procedure.
Enroll:
Led
indication
Press:
Control panel enroll address
& PROG&611-618&
RUNNER – & PROG&18&
FW-64 – & PROG&550&
PW8 – PROG&611-618&
RUNNER –& PROG&18&
FW-64 – & PROG&550&
PW8 – & PROG&611-618&
RUNNER –& PROG&18&
FW-64 – & PROG&550&
PW8 –& PROG&611-618&
RUNNER –& PROG&18&
FW-64 – & PROG&550&
PW8 –
ARM
CODE
Button
& ARM
PWR/TX
(blink )
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
&
21-100 &
21-100
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
DISARM
Button
CODE
& DISARM
PWR/TX
(blink )
ENTER
ENTER
STAY Button
CODE
& STAY
PWR/TX
(blink )
CODE
& CONTROL
PWR/TX
(blink )
ENTER
ENTER
&
21-100 &
21-100
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
3
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
CONTROL
Button
&
21-100 &
21-100
&
21-100 &
21-100
ENTER
ENTER
& PROG&611-618&
RUNNER –& PROG&18&
FW-64 – & PROG&550&
PW8 –
PANIC ( 1 &3 )
& PRESS 1& 3 FOR 2
seconds
PWR/TX
(blink )
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
&
21-100 &
21-100
ENTER
ENTER
HOW TO USE THE PLUG-IN DATA TRANSFER MODULE (DTU)
Plug the DTU module (CROW P/N 0060330) to the black socket located at the back of the
FW-KP.
Read from DTU module
& PROG&INSTALLER CODE&
ENTER
&COPY&9&
ENTER
ENTER
&COPY&1&
ENTER
Write to DTU module
& PROG&INSTALLER CODE&
NOTE: When the SWITCH is not in WRITE position,
the data in the DTU can not be written over.
HOW TO RESTORE ALL TO FACTORY DEFAULTS?
Remove the lithium battery and insert the battery again within 30sec'
& PROG & INSTALLER CODE &
ENTER
& CLEAR & 9
Note: Press "CLEAR & 9" until the 3 panel indication LED's are blinking
HOW TO INSTALL THE FW-KP?
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HOW TO REPLACE BATTERY?
CAUTION !!!
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS
REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES
ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
The battery must be replaced by:
3.6V Lithium Battery Size: 1/2AA
Models as: XL-050F ENERGY
LS14250 SAFT
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Data Protocol
FreeWave
Modulation Type
FSK
Frequency band
868MHz
Identification
Unique ID serial number – 24 bit
Event Transmission
Arm, Disarm, Stay, Control, Panic, Low Bat
Range in open space
up to 300 m
Battery
Lithium. 3.6V Type: XL-050F Size: 1/2AA
Current Consumption
Standby <1 μA
Operator Mode ~16 mA
Transmission ~30 mA
Operating temperature
Range
0°C to +50°C
Dimensions
133mm x 75mm x 30mm
Weight (inc. battery)
225 gr.
This device complies with:
European Council Directive EMC 89/336/EEC
EN50130-4
EN301489
EN300220
EN50081.
SAFETY 73/23/EEC
EN60950 (ITE)
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WARRANTY POLICY CERTIFICATE
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products directly from Crow or from its authorized distributor.
Crow warrants these products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and
service for a period of 24 months from the last day of the week and year whose numbers are printed on the
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Subject to the provisions of this Warranty Certificate, during the Warranty Period, Crow undertakes, at its
sole discretion and subject to Crow's procedures, as such procedures are form time to time, to repair or
replace, free of charge for materials and/or labor, products proved to be defective in materials or
workmanship under normal use and service. Repaired products shall be warranted for the remainder of the
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accordance with Crow’s specified operating and storage instructions.
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result.
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regardless of cause or origin, Crow’s maximum liability shall not in any case exceed the purchase price of
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These instructions supersede all previous issues in circulation prior to Aug. 2009.
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