Siren External - Vocal Messages

Siren External - Vocal Messages
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Contents
4.13 Radio tamper.............................. 110
4.14 Duration of flashing ................... 110
4.15 Indication of break-in
following intrusion ...................... 110
4.16 Visual localisation of flashing
strobe following break-in............ 110
4.17 Allocation of siren
to an alarm group ....................... 112
4.18 Type of indication ....................... 112
4.19 Anti-tamper switch triggering .... 113
4.20 Fire alarm indication ................... 113
4.21 Checking..................................... 113
4.22 Deletion of parameters............... 113
1. introduction ...................................... 103
2. Preparing the siren .......................... 104
2.1 Tooling required ............................ 104
2.2 Opening the siren and
connecting the power supply....... 104
3. Recognition programming.............. 106
4. Setting the parameters ................... 107
4.1 Delayed alarm sounding
upon intrusion............................... 107
4.2 Setting the sounding parameters 107
4.3 Type of sounding .......................... 108
4.4 Sound level of arm and disarm
command indications................... 108
4.5 Transfer of arm and disarm
command indications................... 108
4.6 Indication of audible signals
and door bell................................. 108
4.7 Validation of radio link
in installation mode ...................... 108
4.8 Modification of speech
synthesis system language.......... 109
4.9 Triggering upon intrusion.............. 109
4.10 Protection system armed
indication .................................... 109
4.11 Alarm in armed presence
mode indication.......................... 109
4.12 Triggering following
a communication network
interruption ................................. 109
5. installing the siren............................ 114
5.1 Choosing the best place
to install the siren.......................... 114
5.2 Testing the radio range................. 114
5.3 Fixing the siren in place................ 115
6. Performing a real test...................... 116
7. Maintenance..................................... 117
7.1 Fault indications ........................... 117
7.2 Changing the battery.................... 118
8. Summary of parameters ................. 118
9. technical data .................................. 121
Recommendations
The user must not attempt to access the siren’s internal parts, except areas described in this
manual. If the user does access these parts, the product guarantee will be considered null and
void and DAITEM shall not be held responsible for any problems. Touching the siren’s internal
parts and/or electronic components can damage the product. Furthermore, the siren is designed
in such a way that these parts and components do not need to be accessed for operation or
maintenance purposes.
iMPoRtAnt: the siren’s sounding level can cause hearing disorders. take the necessary
precautions before testing the product.
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1. Introduction
iMPoRtAnt
• Some functions are only available with versions 2.0.0 or later
(press
on the control panel keypad to check the version).
• the operating differences with former ranges are described in the compatibility booklet
available in the Daitem installers section at www.daitem.co.uk.
In addition to the protection provided by the control panel with built-in siren and keypad, the
external siren with vocal messages and flashing strobe makes it possible to:
• deter intruders (vocal messages),
• alert neighbours (external sounding mode),
• easily locate the alarm (flashing strobe).
If a fire is detected, the siren is triggered for 5 minutes in fire sounding mode.
Thanks to its built-in transmitter, the siren informs the control panel when it has a battery
problem. If somebody attempts to pull the siren off the wall, it sounds and then triggers all
the alerts and deterrents via the control panel.
Vocal messages
The siren issues the following vocal messages:
Commands
System
status query
Alarms
Following a command
Disarm
Arm
Armed Partial 1 or 2
Disarm Group
Vocal message
“bip, off”
“bip, armed”
“bip, armed Partial 1” or “bip, armed Partial 2”
“bip, off”: if all the groups allocated to the siren are disarmed
“bip, off Group X”: if only part of the groups allocated to the siren
are disarmed
Arm Group
“bip, armed”: if all the groups allocated to the siren are armed
“bip, armed Group X”: if only part of the groups allocated
to the siren are armed
Arm Presence mode
Door bell
Disarm under duress
Disarm
Arm
Armed Partial 1 or 2
Disarm group
Arm Presence mode
Intrusion when
presence mode armed
“bip, armed Presence”
“ding dong”
“bip, off”
“bip, off”
“bip, armed”
“bip, armed Partial 1” or “bip, armed Partial 2”
“bip, off Group X”
“bip, armed Presence”
“bip, bip, bip, bip, intrusion Group X”
Entry delay
“bip, bip, bip, bip, protection active”
loud sounding for 15 s then “Fire alarm” (alternating)
N°1 “Barking”
N° 2 “Beware, Intrusion alarm armed” depending
on chosen
N°3 “Beware, Protected zone”
parameters
N° 4 “Intruder detected”
N° 5 “Intrusion, Alarm triggered”
Fire alarm
Warning
}
Deterrence
Prealarm
Changing
siren modes
User test mode
Installation mode
User mode
“bip, test_mode”
“bip, installation_mode”
“bip, useR_mode”
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Example: The system is in Armed Partial 2 mode but the siren has a battery fault.
When the “system status query” order is sent from the keypad or remote control, the control
panel and siren issue the following vocal messages:
“Bip, system_status, armed
Partial 2, bip, 12/03 at 12:00, Fault,
Voltage, Remote_control_unit 1”
“Bip, armed Partial 2,
bip, Fault, system”
2. Preparing the siren
2.1 Tooling required
6 mm
PZ 2
iMPoRtAnt: the fixing screws
and wall plugs are not supplied.
2.2 Opening the siren and connecting the power supply
1. Insert a screwdriver into
the bottom right-hand
corner between the base
and the siren and apply
pressure to open the siren.
2. Place the siren on a flat surface, remove the base
by inclining it at a 45° angle (A)
and pull it downwards (B).
A
45°
B
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3. Lift up the screw cover and remove the
screw from its slot.
4. guarantee sticker
Remove the pre-cut part of the sticker
and stick it to the guarantee certificate
in the user manual supplied with the
control panel. If you are adding the
siren to an existing system, use the
guarantee sticker provided with this
product.
Screw
cover
SH424AX
A12260A0963C
SH424AX
Coller sur certif
A12260A0963C
5. Position the power pack on the guide
rails.
6. Slide the power pack to the left until it
is locked into place.
Guarantee
sticker
Unlocking key
Locking screw
and battery
cover screw
8. Position the locking screw in its slot.
7. Reposition the battery cover and screw
it in place using one of the screws (A).
Locking screw slot
Bottom view of siren
Screw slot
Siren
opening
A
To remove the lithium power pack, press on the unlocking key and slide the pack towards the
right.
iMPoRtAnt
• When the siren is powered, it will issue a long beep and automatically switch to installation
mode (tamper mechanism disabled).
• if the siren does not respond as it should: - disconnect the power pack,
- wait for 2 minutes,
- reconnect the lithium power pack,
- check the siren issues a long beep as it should.
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3. Recognition programming
Recognition programming allows the siren to be recognised by the control panel.
It must be done with the control panel and siren in installation mode. If they are not in
installation mode, enter:
then
master code
installer code
iMPoRtAnt
• the siren does not need to be placed close to the control panel for recognition programming.
in fact, it is advisable to move it away from the panel (to a distance of at least 2 m).
• the control panel gives the siren a n° during recognition programming.
Siren recognition programming sequence:
“bip”
“bip, off,
control panel”
))
“beeeep”
)))
))
“bip, siren n°”
)))
10 s max.
Briefly press
the siren
“test” button
Press and hold “off”
until the control panel
responds
The siren issues
an audible signal
to confirm
programming
The control panel
announces the siren n°.
iMPoRtAnt: the control panel and siren issue three short beeps to indicate a programming
error. When this happens, perform recognition programming again from the start.
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4. Setting the parameters
iMPoRtAnt: all parameter-setting must be done using twinLoad® software available in the
Daitem installers section at www.daitem.co.uk.
The control panel and siren must be in installation mode to set the siren’s parameters. If they
are not, enter:
master code
then
“bip, installation
mode”
“bip, installation
mode”
installer code
The siren’s parameters are factory-programmed.
Each parameter can nevertheless be modified using the control panel keypad.
To set the siren’s parameters, first choose the parameters to be modified and then enter:
siren n°
parameter
n°
parameter
value
4.1 Delayed alarm sounding upon intrusion
Siren alarm sounding can be delayed by 60 seconds maximum. This gives users enough
time to disarm the system before the alarm siren sounds if, for instance, they have pressed
the wrong button. To delay sounding, enter:
siren n°
from 0 to 60 s
Factory setting: 0 s
4.2 Setting the sounding parameters
4.2.1 Duration of alarm sounding
To modify the duration of sounding, enter
siren n°
from 20 to 180 s
Factory setting: 90 s
4.2.2 Level of sounding
To modify the level of sounding, enter:
siren n°
Factory setting: 0
0: normal
1: quiet
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4.3 Type of sounding
To modify the type of siren sounding, enter:
siren n°
Factory setting: external
0: internal
1: external
4.4 Sound level of disarm and arm command indications
For greater user-friendliness, the sound level can be increased or decreased.
To do this, enter:
siren n°
from 1 to 8
Factory setting: 4 = average
4.5 Transfer of arm and disarm commands
To modify the transfer of indications, enter:
siren n°
Factory setting: 0
0: disabled
1: sounding
2: vocal message (“bip, bip, bip, bip, off or armed”)
3: sounding and flashing
4: vocal message (“bip, bip, bip, bip, off or armed”) and flashing
5: flashing
4.6 Indication of audible signals and door bell
This function is factory-set to be disabled. It can be enabled if required.
To do this, enter:
siren n°
Factory setting: 0
0: disabled
1: sounding
4.7 Validation of radio link in installation mode
This function is used to validate the radio link test in installation mode on 1 of the 2 radio
bands. To switch to 2 bands, enter:
siren n°
Factory setting: 0
0: validation on 1 of the 2 bands
1: validation on 2 bands
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4.8 Modification of speech synthesis system language
The French language can be replaced by another language according to the user’s
nationality. To do this, enter:
siren n°
Factory setting: 0
0: French
1: Italian
2: German
3: Spanish
4: Dutch
5: English
4.9 Triggering upon intrusion
The alarm is factory-set to be triggered as soon as an intrusion is detected. This function
can be deactivated or activated for intrusion confirmed indications only. To do this, enter:
siren n°
Factory setting: 1
0: disabled
1: single or confirmed intrusion
2: confirmed intrusion only
4.10 Protection system armed indication
When this function is enabled, the siren indicates that the system is armed either by issuing a
series of 4 beeps or the voice message “bip, bip, bip, bip, Protection active”. The function is
not enabled by default.
siren n°
Factory setting: 0
0: disabled
1: quiet sounding (“bip, bip, bip, bip”)
2: vocal message (“bip, bip, bip, bip, Protection active”)
4.11 Alarm indication in armed presence mode
The siren is factory-set to sound loudly for 15 s in case of intrusion. This function can be
modified. To do this, enter:
siren n°
Factory setting: 2
0: disabled
1: quiet sounding (4 beeps)
2: loud sounding (15 s)
3: vocal message (“bip, bip,
bip, bip, intrusion group x”)
4: quiet sounding (4 beeps) and flashing (5 s)
5: loud sounding (15 s) and flashing (15 s)
6: vocal message (“bip, bip, bip, bip,
intrusion group x”) and flashing (5 s)
7: flashing (15 s)
4.12 Triggering following a communication network interruption
When this function is enabled, loud sounding can be triggered (except when parameter 26 is
set at 0).
siren n°
Factory setting: 0
0: disabled
1: loud sounding triggered if the system is totally armed
2: loud sounding triggered 24/24
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4.13 Radio tamper
If the radio links are deliberately tampered with, the siren is triggered.
To activate or deactivate the radio anti-tamper system, enter:
siren n°
0: disabled
1: enabled
Factory setting: 1
4.14 Duration of flashing
To modify the duration of flashing, enter:
siren n°
from 1 to 60 min
Factory setting: 15 min
4.15 Indication of break-in following intrusion
The “break-in indication” function lets a neighbour or correspondent know that an intruder is
still on the monitored premises. When intrusion occurs, the strobe is activated continuously.
After a period of 3 minutes without intrusion, the flashing becomes discontinuous (on for
6 seconds, off for 6 seconds) indicating that there is no intruder on the premises. If the
intruder returns, the strobe is reactivated continuously once more (see diagram).
To modify the break-in indication, enter:
siren n°
Factory setting: 0
0: disabled
1: enabled
2: enabled 24 h
4.16 Visual localisation of flashing strobe following break-in
The “visual localisation” function can be triggered following a “break-in indication” (if this
function has been enabled) or once the “flashing duration” has run its course. By extending
the effect of the flashing strobe (on for 6 seconds, off for 16 seconds), the “visual
localisation” function helps the user’s correspondent to visually localise the premises where
the alarm has been triggered (see diagram on next page).
To modify the strobe’s visual localisation function, enter:
siren n°
Factory setting: 0
0: disabled
1: enabled 2 h
2: enabled 48 h
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How the different functions work: • duration of flashing (parameter 5)
• break-in indication (parameter 35)
• visual localisation of flashing strobe (parameter 36)
2 min
Duration of flashing: 2 min
Break-in indication: enabled or disabled
Visual localisation: disabled
3 min
2 min
Duration of flashing: 5 min
Break-in indication: enabled
Visual localisation: disabled
INTRUSION
5 min
3 min
Duration of flashing: 3 min
Break-in indication: enabled 24 h
Visual localisation: disabled
24 h
24 h + 3 min
2 min
Duration of flashing: 2 min
Break-in indication: enabled or disabled
Visual localisation: enabled 2 h
2h
2 h + 2 min
3 min
2 min
Duration of flashing: 5 min
Break-in indication: enabled
Visual localisation: enabled 2 h
2h
2 h + 5 min
3 min
24 h
48 h
Duration of flashing: 3 min
Break-in indication: enabled 24 h
Visual localisation: enabled 48 h
72 h + 3 min
Flashing: On 6 s
Off 16 s
Flashing: On 6 s
Off 6 s
Continuous flashing
iMPoRtAnt
• if the “break-in indication” function (parameter 35) and/or the “visual localisation” function
(parameter 36) is/are activated, the installer should be aware that this will use up the
batteries at a faster rate than usual when the complete indication cycle is triggered (see the
table below for the power pack battery life according to selected parameters).
• When parameters 35 and/or 36 are selected with a long-duration indication value (value 2),
we recommend changing the power pack on a yearly basis.
Power pack battery life according to the programming of parameters 35 and 36:
Parameter 35: “break-in indication function”
Parameter 36:
“visual
localisation
function”
0
1
2
0
5 years
10 complete
activations/year (factory)
5 years
8 complete
activations/year
2 years
2 complete
activations/year
1
5 years
7 complete
activations/year
5 years
4 complete
activations/year
2 years
2 complete
activations/year
2
2 years
2 complete
activations/year
2 years
2 complete
activations/year
2 years
1 complete
activation/year
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4.17 Allocation of siren to an alarm group
To allocate the siren to one or several alarm system groups, enter:
...
siren n°
groups from 1 to 8 depending
on the type of control panel
Factory setting: all groups
example, to allocate siren n° 1 to Group 2 and Group 3, enter:
4.18 Type of indication
5 vocal messages are available in order to personalise indications.
The messages are as follows: N° 1 “Barking”
N° 2 “Beware, Intrusion alarm enabled”
N° 3 “Beware, Protected zone”
N°4 “Intruder detected”
N° 5 “Intrusion, Alarm triggered”
4.18.1 For warnings
To modify the type of warning indication, enter:
siren n°
Factory setting: 3
0: disabled
1: sounding (2 s)
2: sounding
and flashing (5 s)
3: flashing (5 s)
4: vocal message n° 1 + flashing (5 s)
5: vocal message n° 2 + flashing (5 s)
6: vocal message n° 3 + flashing (5 s)
7: vocal message n° 4 + flashing (5 s)
8: vocal message n° 5 + flashing (5 s)
4.18.2 For deterrence
To modify the type of deterrence indication, enter:
siren n°
Factory setting: 2
0: disabled
1: sounding (5 s)
2: sounding
and flashing (5 s)
3: flashing (5 s)
4: vocal message n° 1 + flashing (5 s)
5: vocal message n° 2 + flashing (5 s)
6: vocal message n° 3 + flashing (5 s)
7: vocal message n° 4 + flashing (5 s)
8: vocal message n° 5 + flashing (5 s)
4.18.3 For prealarms
To modify the type of prealarm indication, enter:
siren n°
Factory setting: 2
0: disabled
1: sounding (loud for 15 s)
2: sounding (loud for 15 s)
and flashing
3: flashing (15 s)
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4: vocal message n° 1 + flashing (15 s)
5: vocal message n° 2 + flashing (15 s)
6: vocal message n° 3 + flashing (15 s)
7: vocal message n° 4 + flashing (15 s)
8: vocal message n° 5 + flashing (15 s)
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4.19 Anti-tamper switch triggering
To modify the conditions under which the anti-tamper switch will activate the siren, enter:
siren n°
0: enabled 24 h/day
1: enabled if system totally armed
Factory setting: 1
4.20 Fire alarm indication
To modify the fire alarm indication, enter:
siren n°
0: sounding
1: sounding and vocal message (“Fire_alarm”)
Factory setting: 1
4.21 Checking
To check parameter-setting, enter:
siren n°
parameter
n°
example, to check on siren n° 1, parameter 4: duration of sounding, enter:
“4, bip, 9, 0”
4.22 Deletion of parameters
• To delete a parameter, enter:
siren n°
parameter
n°
• To delete all parameters, enter:
siren n°
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5. Installing the siren
5.1 Choosing the best place to install the siren
iMPoRtAnt: make sure there is a distance of at least 2 metres between each product, except
between two detectors.
The siren should preferably be placed:
• at a height,
• far away from possible sources of electrical interference (electricity meter, telephone box,
etc.).
never fix the siren to a metal wall.
5.2 Testing the radio range
Before fixing the siren in place, test its radio range in the chosen location by putting it there.
if the test is satisfactory, fix the siren in place. otherwise, move it to a different
location.
1. Press the test button
2. The control panel
issues the message:
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5.3 Fixing the siren in place
The siren can be fixed in two different ways:
Pozidriv 2
1. • Remove the tamper mechanism
washer located at the back of the
base.
OR • Remove the two fixing washers located
at the back of the base. Remove any
extra parts from the washers.
• Remove the tamper washer located at
the back of the base.
Detachable
washers
Detachable
tamper
mechanism
washer
Detachable
tamper
mechanism
washer
• For the siren to be installed there must
be a space of 6 cm to the left of the
base, 4 cm above and 18 cm below.
This clearance allows for the siren to be
easily opened or locked.
• Fix the base at 3 points:
- the two fixing points (B),
- the tamper mechanism (AP).
• For the siren to be installed there must
be a space of 6 cm to the left of the
base, 4 cm above and 18 cm below.
This clearance allows for the siren to be
easily opened or locked.
• Fix the base at 3 points:
- the two fixing points (A),
- the tamper mechanism (AP).
Insert adjustable fixing washers here
4 cm
Insert adjustable fixing washers here
6 cm
6 cm
wall
Tamper mechanism
hole with washer (AP)
4 cm
wall
Tamper mechanism
hole with washer (AP)
18 cm
Detachable tamper
mechanism washer
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2. Position the siren open
at an angle of 45° (A) in
relation to the base and
insert the pivots on the
base into the hinges.
A
45°
(A) 45°
3. Close the siren and lock it
using the screw located
inside the product.
Bottom view of siren
Siren opening
Siren locking
6. Performing a real test
Testing triggering when there is an attempt to remove the siren
iMPoRtAnt: the sounding level of the siren
can cause hearing disorders. the necessary
precautions must therefore be taken before
testing siren triggering.
1. Loosen the siren locking screw.
2. Open the siren.
3. Check triggering:
• of the siren
• of the control panel
• of the telephone dialler
4. Issue an Off order.
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7. Maintenance
7.1 Fault indications
The control panel supervises and identifies the siren. It monitors the state of the:
• power supply,
• radio link,
• tamper contact.
If a fault is memorised the control panel issues a voice message to indicate the fault
following a system command (see § Fault indications in the control panel installation
manual).
The siren also provides vocal indication of faults following a command issued from a control
unit:
Commands
Disarm
Disarm group
Arm with time delay
Arm without time delay
Armed Partial 1 or 2
with time delay
Armed Partial 1 or 2
without time delay
Arm Presence mode
Arm Group with time delay
Arm Group
without time delay
System status
Vocal messages
“bip, off.... alarm system or Fault system”
“bip, off...”
or
“bip, off Group X... alarm system or Fault Voltage siren or Fault system”
“bip, armed... exit opened or exit inhibited or Faults system
or Faults Voltage siren”
“bip, armed... exit opened or Fault system”
“bip, armed Partial 1 or 2... exit opened or exit inhibited or Faults system
or Fault Voltage siren”
“bip, armed Partial 1 or 2 ... exit opened or Fault system”
“bip, armed Presence... exit opened or Faults system or Fault Voltage siren”
“bip, armed Group X... exit opened or exit inhibited or Faults system
or Fault Voltage siren”
“bip, armed” or “bip, armed Group X... exit opened or Fault system”
“bip, off, Fault system”
“bip, armed Presence, Fault system”
“bip, armed, exit inhibited”
“bip, armed Partial 1 or 2 ... exit opened or Fault system”
“bip, armed Group ... exit opened or Fault system”
• example 1, the siren’s battery
is indicated to be faulty
following a control panel
System Status command:
• example 2, exit 3 has not
been closed and this is
indicated following a control
panel Armed Partial 1
command:
“Bip, system status, armed
Partial 2, bip, 12/03 at 12:00,
Fault system”
“Bip, armed Partial 2,
bip, Fault system”
“Bip, armed Partial 1,
bip, 12/03 at 12:00,
exit 3 open”
“Bip, armed Partial 1,
bip, exit open”
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7.2 Changing the battery
• the lithium battery pack must be replaced by the same type of pack
with the same technical characteristics, i.e. 2 x (3.6 V – 13 Ah).
• We advise you to use the DAiteM BatLi22 pack available in the catalogue
in order to guarantee individual safety and equipment reliability.
• Dispose of the waste lithium power pack in an appropriate recycling bin.
Li
to change the battery:
1. send a disarm command,
2. switch the control panel to installation mode:
then
master code
installer code
3. remove the siren from the wall,
4. remove the faulty lithium power pack,
5. wait for 2 minutes before connecting the new lithium pack,
6. close the siren and put it back on its base,
7. switch the control panel to user mode:
installer code
8. test triggering.
8. Summary of parameters
Parameter description
Parameter-setting
sequence
** 4 * siren n° * 3 * ?? **
Factory
parameter
0: immediate
** 4 * siren n° * 4 * ??? **
** 4 * siren n° * 5 * ?? **
** 4 * siren n° * 10 * ? **
90 s
15 min
external
Sound level of disarm/
arm indications
Transfer of disarm/arm
indications
** 4 * siren n° * 11 * ? **
4: average
** 4 * siren n° * 12 * ? **
0: disabled
Indication of audible
signals and door bell
Validation of radio link
in installation mode
** 4 * siren n° * 13 * ? **
0: disabled
** 4 * siren n° * 15 * ? **
0: on one of
2 bands
Delayed sounding
upon intrusion
Sounding duration
Flashing duration
Type of sounding
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Possible values
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from 0 to 60 s
0: immediate
from 20 s to 180 s
from 1 to 60 min
0: internal
1: external
from 1 to 8
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0: disabled
1: sounding
2: vocal message
3: sounding
and flashing
4: vocal message
and flashing
5: flashing
0: disabled
1: enabled
0: validation
0: on 1 of 2 bands
1: validation
0: on 2 bands
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Parameter description
Selection of speech
synthesis system
language
Sounding level
Parameter-setting
sequence
** 4 * siren n° * 17 * ? * *
Factory
parameter
0: French
** 4 * siren n° * 19 * ? * *
0: normal
Triggering upon intrusion ** 4 * siren n° * 20 * ? **
1: single or
confirmed
Protection system
armed indication
** 4 * siren n° * 21 * ? **
1: disabled
Alarm indication in
armed presence mode
** 4 * siren n° * 22 * ? **
2: loud
2: sounding
2: (15 s)
Triggering upon
communication
network interruption
** 4 * * 26 * ? **
0: disabled
Radio tamper
** 4 * siren n° * 27 * ? **
1: enabled
Indication of break-in
following intrusion
** 4 * siren n° * 35 * ? * *
0: disabled
Visual localisation
of flashing following
intrusion
Allocation of a siren
to one or several
intrusion groups
** 4 siren n° * 36 * ? * *
0: disabled
** 4 * siren n° * 37 * ? **
all groups
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Possible values
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0: French
1: Italian
2: German
3: Spanish
4: Dutch
5: English
0: normal
1: quiet
0: disabled
1: single or
1: confirmed
1: intrusion
2: confirmed
intrusion only
0: disabled
1: sounding
2: vocal message
0: disabled
1: quiet sounding
(4 beeps)
2: loud sounding
(15 s)
3: vocal message
4: quiet sounding
(4 beeps)
and flashing
5: loud sounding
(15 s) and
flashing
6: vocal message
and flashing
7: flashing
0: disabled
1: loud sounding
1: triggered if the
1: system is totally
1: armed
2: loud sounding
triggered 24/24
0: disabled
1: enabled
0: disabled
1: enabled
2: enabled 24h
0: disabled
1: enabled 2 h
2: enabled 48 h
Selection of
group(s): from 1
to 8 depending on
type of control
panel
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107
109
109
109
109
110
110
110
112
GB
Parameter description
Type of warning
indication
Parameter-setting
sequence
** 4 siren n° * 72 ? **
Factory
parameter
3: flashing
Possible values
Page
112
1: enabled
if system
totally
armed
1: sounding
and vocal
message
-
0: disabled
1: sounding
2: sounding
and flashing
3: flashing
4: vocal message
n° 1 + flashing
5: vocal message
n° 2 + flashing
6: vocal message
n° 3 + flashing
7: vocal message
n° 4 + flashing
8: vocal message
n° 5 + flashing
0: disabled
1: sounding
2: sounding
and flashing
3: flashing
4: vocal message
n° 1 + flashing
5: vocal message
n° 2 + flashing
6: vocal message
n° 3 + flashing
7: vocal message
n° 4 + flashing
8: vocal message
n° 5 + flashing
0: disabled
1: sounding
2: sounding
and flashing
3: flashing
4: vocal message
n° 1 + flashing
5: vocal message
n° 2 + flashing
6: vocal message
n° 3 + flashing
7: vocal message
n° 4 + flashing
8: vocal message
n° 5 + flashing
0: enabled 24h/day
1: enabled if
system totally
armed
0: sounding
1: sounding and
vocal message
-
-
-
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N° 1 “Barking”
N° 2 “Beware, intrusion alarm armed”
N° 3 “Beware, Protected zone”
N° 4 “intruder detected”
N° 5 “intrusion, alarm triggered”
Type of deterrence
indication
** 4 * siren n° * 73 * ? **
2: sounding
and
flashing
N° 1 “Barking”
N° 2 “Beware, intrusion alarm armed”
N° 3 “Beware, Protected zone”
N° 4 “intruder detected”
N° 5 “intrusion, alarm triggered”
Type of prealarm
indication
** siren n° * 74 ? **
N° 2 “Beware, intrusion alarm armed”
N° 3 “Beware, Protected zone”
N° 4 “intruder detected”
N° 5 “intrusion, alarm triggered”
** 4 * siren n° 75 * ? **
Fire alarm indication
** 4 * siren n° * 76 * ? **
Deletion of all
parameters
Deletion of one
parameter
** 4 * siren n° * 197 ***
{
2: sounding
and
flashing
N° 1 “Barking”
Anti-tamper switch
triggering
{
** 4 * siren n° * parameter n°
** 0 **
120
{
112
112
113
113
113
GB
9. Technical data
technical specifications
Acoustic level
Sounding duration
Internal sounding
Fire sounding
Transfer of Arm/Disarm indications
Environment
Power supply
Battery life
Average current consumed
Average humidity rate
Radio links
Supervision
Operating temperature
Tamper protection against
Degrees of mechanical protection
WxHxD
Weight
Security grade
Environmental class
to obtain advice when installing
your system or before returning
equipment, please contact the
daitem technical support team
(see telephone number at the
back of the alarm system
installation manual) or check
the web site at:
www.daitem.co.uk
a team of qualified technicians
will advise you what to do.
SH424AX, SH425AX, SH426AX, SH424Ai sirens
109 dB at 1 m
20 s to 180 s
1400 Hz to 1600 Hz
700/900 Hz, sounding duration: 5 min.
sounding and vocal message
external
TwinPower® via lithium power pack (2 x 3.6 V)
5 years in normal conditions of use
331 µA
5% to 75% without condensation at 25°C possibly
varying between 85% & 95% for 30 days over the
course of the year
TwinBand® 400/800 MHz
Radio, lithium power pack, tamper
-25°C to + 70°C
• opening
• removal
IP 54/IK 08
248 x 248 x 84 mm
2.5 kg (with battery)
grade IV according to standard EN 50131-4
class IV according to standard EN 50130-5
DeCLARAtion oF ConFoRMity
GB
Manufacturer: Hager Security SAS
13
Address: F-38926 Crolles Cedex - France
Product type: Siren with vocal messages and flashing strobe
Trade mark: Daitem
We declare under our sole responsibility that the product to which this declaration
relates is compliant with the essential requirements of the following directives:
• R&tte directive: 99/5/eeC
• Low voltage directive: 2006/95/eC
• RoHS directive: 2002/95/eC
in compliance with the following harmonised European standards:
SH424AX SH425AX SH426AX SH424Ai
Product references
en 300 220-2 V3.2.1
X
X
X
X
en 50130-4 (95) + A1 (98) + A2 (2002)
X
X
X
X
en 55022 & 55024 (2002)
X
X
X
X
en 60950 (2006)
X
X
X
X
en 301 489-1 V1.8.1
X
X
X
X
This product can be used in all EU, EEA Countries and Switzerland.
Crolles, 02.01.2013
Signature:
Patrick Bernard
Research & Development Manager
Non-binding document, subject to modification without notice.
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