Guardall PX 34 - Affordable Security and Protection

Guardall PX 34 - Affordable Security and Protection
PX Control Panel
User Manual
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PX Control Panel User Manual
Contents
Contents ....................................................................................................................3
Introduction...............................................................................................................7
System Log........................................................................................................................................ 7
Areas & Set Groups .......................................................................................................................... 7
Circuits............................................................................................................................................... 7
User, Set group and Circuit Identification ...................................................................................... 7
User Codes ........................................................................................................................................ 8
Operator Controls and Displays..............................................................................8
System Keypads ............................................................................................................................... 8
Electronic Keys................................................................................................................................ 8
Proximity Tokens............................................................................................................................. 9
Keyswitch .......................................................................................................................................... 9
Using the System .....................................................................................................9
Logging on ........................................................................................................................................ 9
Menu Format ................................................................................................................................... 10
Menu Layout.................................................................................................................................... 11
Invalid User Codes.......................................................................................................................... 11
User Access Time ........................................................................................................................... 11
Engineer On Site ............................................................................................................................. 11
Menu Restrictions........................................................................................................................... 12
Logging Off...................................................................................................................................... 12
Help .................................................................................................................................................. 12
Keypad Backlight ............................................................................................................................ 13
Log On Messages ........................................................................................................................... 13
Dual User Code Operation ............................................................................................................. 13
Unset .......................................................................................................................14
Unsetting Methods.......................................................................................................................... 14
Unsetting from a keypad ............................................................................................................... 14
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Unsetting from a keyswitch ........................................................................................................... 14
Automatic Unsetting ...................................................................................................................... 14
Unsetting Warnings ........................................................................................................................ 15
Unsetting After an Alarm................................................................................................................ 15
Set............................................................................................................................16
Setting from a keypad .................................................................................................................... 16
Keyswitch Setting ........................................................................................................................... 16
Automatic Setting ........................................................................................................................... 17
Aborting The Setting Procedure .................................................................................................... 17
Setting with Warnings .................................................................................................................... 17
Setting Faults .................................................................................................................................. 17
Failure to Set after Exit Time ......................................................................................................... 18
Reset........................................................................................................................19
Customer Reset .............................................................................................................................. 19
Engineer Reset ................................................................................................................................ 19
Managed Reset................................................................................................................................ 19
Test ..........................................................................................................................20
Sounder............................................................................................................................................ 20
Strobe............................................................................................................................................... 20
Audio ................................................................................................................................................ 20
Walk Test ......................................................................................................................................... 20
Comms Test .................................................................................................................................... 21
Engineer Access.....................................................................................................21
PIN Change .............................................................................................................21
Adding Users ..........................................................................................................22
Name ................................................................................................................................................ 22
Text Library.................................................................................................................................... 22
PIN .................................................................................................................................................... 24
Authority .......................................................................................................................................... 24
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PIN Change ...................................................................................................................................... 25
LogOn/Set ........................................................................................................................................ 26
Area 1-n............................................................................................................................................ 26
Schedule 1-4 .................................................................................................................................... 26
Logs.........................................................................................................................27
Event Log Messages ...................................................................................................................... 27
Printed Log ...................................................................................................................................... 27
Log-Full............................................................................................................................................ 27
Log-Cct ............................................................................................................................................ 27
Log-User .......................................................................................................................................... 28
Log-KP ............................................................................................................................................. 28
Log-Date .......................................................................................................................................... 28
Log-Alarm ........................................................................................................................................ 28
Log Messages ................................................................................................................................. 28
Time Change ...........................................................................................................31
Holiday.....................................................................................................................31
Start .................................................................................................................................................. 31
Stop .................................................................................................................................................. 31
Areas ................................................................................................................................................ 31
Schedule .................................................................................................................32
Start Time ........................................................................................................................................ 32
Stop Time......................................................................................................................................... 32
Mon-Sun........................................................................................................................................... 32
Holiday ............................................................................................................................................. 32
Bypass.....................................................................................................................33
Keypad Off ..............................................................................................................33
Chime ......................................................................................................................33
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Print Text ......................................................................................................................................... 34
Print Holidays .................................................................................................................................. 34
Isolate Circuit .................................................................................................................................. 34
Isolate Concentrator ....................................................................................................................... 34
System Details ........................................................................................................35
Keypads ........................................................................................................................................... 35
Set Groups....................................................................................................................................... 35
Circuits............................................................................................................................................. 36
Users ................................................................................................................................................ 38
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Introduction
The PX Electronic Intruder Alarm System is designed to provide secure protection for the installation.
The system is highly versatile, permitting individual systems to be installed and programmed to meet
the particular security requirements of each installation.
The system comprises a main control panel, normally located out of sight in a secure area, and at
least one keypad.
The panel has a wide range of features, which are programmed by the engineer on installation, to suit
the security requirements of the particular installation. Some of the features may be reprogrammed,
edited, or viewed as required by an authorised user.
System Log
The system incorporates an event log capable of recording the most recent 250 events occurring
throughout the system. The event log will record all events, for example, user log-on times and user
numbers, keypad numbers, setting and unsetting times, alterations made to programmed settings,
fault conditions, etc. When the event log is full, the oldest event will be automatically removed when
the next event occurs.
An alarm log is also provided for each configured area of the system, each with the capacity to record
up to 5 alarm events. The alarm log will only record the sequence of events relating to alarm or
abnormal conditions occurring in the log area. Any events in an area log will automatically be cleared
when the area is reset or set, providing circuits are clear.
All log events are date and time stamped and may be viewed, or printed if a printer is fitted to the
system.
Areas & Set Groups
For protection purposes, the premises may be divided into a number of areas. Individual areas may be
grouped together into a setting group which provides the user with a convenient way of setting and
unsetting more than one area at the same time.
The installation company engineer will have configured your system for the appropriate number of
areas and groups to comply with your specific security requirements.
Where more than one area is incorporated in the system, an area(s) can be configured by the
installation engineer as a common area. A common area will automatically set if all other areas of the
system are set and will automatically unset if any one of the other areas is unset.
Circuits
Each detector or sensor in the installation is allocated a unique circuit number. The installation
engineer will have programmed each circuit to respond in a certain way when the circuit is activated,
when the area is set and unset. The way in which the circuit is programmed to respond will depend on
the type of circuit and its location and purpose.
If a circuit is faulty, the alarm response may be turned off by an authorised user. This process is
referred to as bypassing.
User, Set group and Circuit Identification
Each user, set group, and circuit can be programmed with a text description of up to 14 characters. An
authorised user can change a user text descriptor.
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User Codes
Each user of the system is identified by a unique code. This code can be a PIN code, an electronic key
or proximity token. By default all user codes are PIN codes. An electronic key can only be used on a
keypad variant with an electronic key interface. A proximity token can only be used on a keypad
variant with a proximity interface.
Throughout this manual user codes are only referred to as PIN codes.
Operator Controls and Displays
System Keypads
2 x 16 character
LCD backlit display
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Mains indicator
Optional electronic
key socket
The operator keypad unit incorporates a backlit liquid crystal display (LCD) comprising 2 lines of 16
characters, and a backlit keypad to gain access to the system and to perform all authorised user
functions. Keypads may be fitted with an electronic key socket or an internal proximity reader. The
keypad incorporates a mains power indicator. This indicator will flash if the system is operating on
standby battery power.
Electronic Keys
A user PIN code can be replaced by an electronic key. To use the facility at least one keypad in the
system must have the optional electronic key interface fitted.
All Guardall electronic keys are manufactured with a unique code and duplicate keys cannot be
obtained. Spare or replacement keys can be obtained from the installation company.
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Proximity Tokens
A user PIN code can be replaced by a proximity token if the keypad is fitted with the optional proximity
reader. There are 2 types of token available; a card or key fob.
All Guardall proximity tokens are manufactured with a unique code and duplicate tokens cannot be
obtained. Spare or replacement tokens can be obtained from the installation company.
Keyswitch
As an alternative method of setting and unsetting, a simple On/Off keyswitch may be fitted to the
system.
Using the System
When no user is logged on to a keypad, the time, date and company will normally be displayed.
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The LCD keypad will normally display the time, date and company name.
If programmed by the installation engineer the user can choose to show the system set areas. To
display the set areas press the or button.
Set : 14
Guardall
In the example shown areas 1 and 4 are set.
Logging on
A user logs on to the system by either:
1. Entering a PIN code followed by ✔
2. Inserting an electronic key
3. Presenting a proximity token
The system will check that the entered user code is valid before permitting access to the system user
functions.
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Enter- ****
When a PIN code is entered the display will show an asterisk for each
digit.
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Menu Format
User Menu
01=Unset
02=Set
03=Reset
04=Test
05=Engineer
06=PIN
07=User
10=Log-Full
11=Log-Cct
12=Log-User
13=Log-KP
14=Log-Date
15=Log-Alarm
20=Time
24=Holiday
25=Schedule
30=Bypass
31=KP Off
32=Chime
40=Print Text
42=Print Hols.
86=Isolate Cct
87=Isolate Conc
The user menu shown has all possible options available. The actual
options available to a user will depend on the user authority, the
system configuration and the current system status.
Only 2 options will be visible on the display but all available options
can be selected by entering the 2-digit code without viewing the actual
option number.
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Menu Layout
The menu map shows all possible menu options and, where appropriate, sub menus.
01=Unset
02=Set
03=Reset
02
01
1=Group 1
2=Group 2 ....
04=Test
05=Engineer
04
05
0=System
1=Area 1 ....
1=Group 1
2=Group 2 . . .
New PIN
Enter-
1=Silent Set
2=Instant Set
07=User
1=Sounder
2=Audio
3=Strobe
4=Walk Test
5=Comms Test
10=Log-Full
1=Name
2=PIN
3=Authority
11=Log-Cct
.
12=Log-User
12
11
Circuit
Number-__
User
Number-__
13
Keypad
Number-__
14
Filter Date
EnterDDMMYYYY
1=Display
2=Print
14=Log-Date
10
15
15=Log-Alarm
20=Time
20
24=Holiday
25=Schedule
User
Number- _ _
?
06=PIN
13=Log-KP
07
06
Engineer
Guardall
Time
00:00
25
24
Holiday
Number-__
Holiday 1
Start-Off
End-Off
30=Bypass
User-xx
"Descriptor"
Manager
PIN Change-On
LogOn/Set-On
Area 1-Off
Area 2-Off
...
Schedule 1-Off
Schedule 2-Off
Schedule 3-Off
Schedule 4-Off
Schedule
Number-__
31=KP Off
40=Print Text
31
30, 32
32=Chime
Circuit
Number-__
Keypad
Number-_
42=Print Hols.
86=Isolate Cct
40
87=Isolate Conc
Printing
Text
86
42
Printing
Holiday
Circuit
Number-__
87
Concentrator
Number-_
Schedule-n
Start Time- 00:00
Stop Time- 00:00
Mon-Off
Tue-Off
Wed-Off
Thu-Off
Fri-Off
Sat-Off
Sun-Off
Holiday-Off
Invalid User Codes
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Incorrect PIN
If an incorrect user code is entered, the incorrect PIN message will be
displayed for 4 seconds or until another key is pressed.
If more than the programmed number of PIN attempts are made to enter a valid user code, the keypad
will be locked out and the display will show Out of Service for a period of 5 minutes.
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Out Of Service
Any attempt to enter a user code during the locked out period will extend
the period by another 5 minutes
User Access Time
When a user logs on to the system a selection must be made from the user menu within two minutes
of log on, otherwise they will be automatically logged off.
Engineer On Site
Engineer
Out Of Service
When an engineer logs on to a keypad, all other keypads in the system
will be inoperable and the display will show Out of Service.
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Menu Restrictions
If a menu number is entered and the option is not available, then a reason will be displayed. For
example if no area is set and you select unset the panel will prompt with the reason the unset option is
not available.
Not Available
No Set Area
This indicates that there is no set area available to the user.
There are many reasons why an option is not available. If you think an option should be available but
the prompt is not on display then enter the menu number and the panel will display an appropriate
message. The following table shows the reasons why a menu option is not available:
Not Available Message
Where Used
No Authority
User tries to select an option that is not allowed with their programmed
authority level.
No Set Area
User selects unset when all areas that can be unset from the keypad are
already unset.
Timer Control On
User attempts to log on outwith the schedule times.
No Unset Area
User selects set when all areas that can be set from the keypad are
already set.
Set Area
User attempts to access test when an area is set.
Test in Progress
User attempts to set an area that is being tested (on another keypad).
System Not Unset
User attempts to access an option that is only available when the system is
unset, for example the event log.
Unset Area
User attempts to unset an unset area.
Key Not Used
The key (button) which has been pressed is never used in the current
menu.
Printer Busy
User attempts to print and the printer is in use.
Not Programmed
The option selected is not programmed.
Keypad Busy
User attempts to turn off a keypad that is being used.
Not Applicable
User attempts, for example, to reset when there are no alarms logged.
Option in Use
User selects an option, such as test, which is in being used by another
user.
At Bypass Limit
User attempts to bypass a circuit when the number of bypassed circuits is
at the programmed bypass limit.
Call Engineer
User attempts to set when an engineer reset is required.
Logging Off
02=Set
05=Eng
Press ✗ to log off from the main menu.
✔=Confirm LogOff
Press ✔ to confirm log off.
Help
The system will display context sensitive help for menu and programming options. When the main
menu is on display press the help button (?) to display information about the system.
02=Set
05=Eng
The normal log on menu
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Press the ? button to display the customer contract number.
Contract
123456
The customer contract number is a 6-digit number programmed by the
installation engineer.
Press the ? button again to display the panel variant and version numbers:
W73797 v1.00
The panel order code and firmware version number
Press the ? button again to display the modem type and version number (if fitted):
S.Dial v4.0x
The SmartDial version number
Press the quit button (✗ ) to return to the normal menu.
Keypad Backlight
The LCD keypad incorporates backlighting. The backlighting will be turned on during the entry time,
during PIN entry and while a user is logged on. It may also be turned on using any button except ✔
and ✗ and turned off using the ✔ or ✗ buttons.
Log On Messages
When a user logs on, the system may display a special message(s) before the normal menu is
displayed. The special messages include:
Message
Alarm Abort
Setting Stopped
Group Unset
Cannot Set
Unset Alarm
Mult.Alarm
PIN Code Known
Call Engineer
Reset OK
Set
✔=Confirm
Soak Cct Fails
Reason
User logs on within the alarm abort period (programmable option)
User logs on during the setting exit period
A group(s) is set and is programmed to automatically unset when a user logs
on.
The system cannot set, the reason(s) will then be displayed.
An unset alarm has occurred, the details will then be displayed.
A circuit(s) has alarmed the maximum number of times allowed
(programmable). The circuit details will then be displayed.
Another user has chosen your PIN code. You will then be given the option of
immediately changing your PIN code. This message will always be displayed
on log on until the PIN code is changed.
You should call the installation company. The details will then be displayed.
A managed reset code has been accepted
The user is configured for the log on set option. If confirmed the system will
start setting (if only one group is authorised) or display the set group menu.
Circuits which have been put on special test by the installation engineer have
alarmed.
Dual User Code Operation
Where a higher level of security is required a keypad may have been programmed to require two user
codes to be entered before logging a user on to the system. Both user codes must be authorised and
are logged by the system. The authority of the second user code entered is used by the system.
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Unset
Code-01
The system will have been partitioned by the installation engineer into a number of set groups. The
user authority will determine the choice of groups, which can be unset. There are several methods of
unsetting available to the user. These methods are discussed in the following section.
Unsetting Methods
If a set group incorporates an entry route in the unsetting procedure then opening a final entry door to
the area will start a pre-programmed entry timer. The user must proceed directly to the keypad or
keyswitch via a pre-determined entry route and unset the group as described.
If the group is not unset before the entry time has expired a warning period, equivalent to 50% of the
programmed entry time, will be allowed. This is to warn the user that an alarm condition will occur if
the group is not unset by the end of the warning period. If the group is not unset by the time that the
total entry time and warning time has expired, an alarm condition will be initiated.
During the entry time, if a user deviates from the prescribed entry route into an armed area, the entry
time is immediately cancelled. If programmed, a fixed pre-warning period of 45 seconds will be given,
otherwise an immediate alarm will be given. If the user enters an armed area during the entry warning
period, the warning period is cancelled and an immediate alarm will be given.
Unsetting from a keypad
To unset, log on to the keypad. If an authorised group is configured for automatic logon/unset then the
unset group descriptor will be displayed.
Workshop
Unset
If more than 1 group is configured for logon/unset then only the first
descriptor will be displayed.
If automatic logon/unset is not configured then choose the unset option manually.
01=Unset
05=Eng
Press 01 to unset
If more than 1 authorised group is set then the available options will be displayed.
1=Workshop
2=Office
Choose the group to unset.
The system may be configured for automatic log off after unset.
Unsetting from a keyswitch
To unset an area from a keyswitch, turn the keyswitch to the unset position. The area under the
control of the keyswitch will immediately unset.
Automatic Unsetting
The system may have been programmed by the installation engineer to automatically unset all or parts
of the system according to a pre-programmed schedule. The schedule will have been programmed to
take into account the normal opening time, non-working days and holidays.
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Unsetting Warnings
When unsetting from a keypad, the user is informed on the display of any warnings, e.g. circuits
isolated or on soak. The warning display will appear for approximately 4 seconds during the unsetting
procedure. If more than one warning exists, the display will automatically scroll through the list of
warnings
Loading Door
Isolated
An example of an isolated circuit warning after unsetting.
Unsetting After an Alarm
If an alarm condition has occurred when set, the alarm message will be displayed when the group is
unset.
Alarm
PIR in Office
An example of an alarm message after unsetting.
If more than one alarm has occurred the display will automatically scroll through the list of alarms.
After the last alarm is displayed the reset prompt will be displayed.
✔=Reset
Press ✔ to reset the alarm
If the system is programmed for engineer or managed reset then a special message will displayed.
Refer to the reset section for details.
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Set
Code-02
The system can be partitioned into a number of parts called set groups, each of which can be
individually set. The programmed user authority level must allow setting and the programmed user
area access will determine which set groups are available to a user.
Setting can be started by:
1.
2.
3.
4.
A user request on a keypad
A user activating a keyswitch
Automatically by a timer schedule
Remotely from a PC using the Guardall GuardStation software
Setting modes include:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Instant, where setting is completed immediately
Timed, where setting is completed at the end of the programmed exit time
Exit point, where setting is completed by opening and closing the final exit circuit
Push button, where setting is completed by pushing the external PB circuits after opening and
closing the final exit circuit
Setting from a keypad
To set log on and select the set option.
02=Set
05=Eng
Press 02 to set.
If more than 1 authorised group is unset then the available groups will be displayed.
1=Workshop
2=Office
Choose the group to set.
Workshop
Setting
The setting message will be displayed
Workshop
Seconds Left-005
If timed setting is configured for the group the remaining exit time will be
displayed
Workshop
Set
When the groups set the set confirm message will be displayed.
If the ? button is pressed while the set group menu is on display the set options will be displayed.
1=Silent Set
2=Quick Set
Choose silent set to set with no exit tone.
Choose quick set to ignore the programmed exit time and set instantly.
Keyswitch Setting
As an alternative to setting and unsetting from a keypad, your system may be fitted with an optional
keyswitch, which permits setting and unsetting of a group by operating a keyswitch. The keyswitch
may be configured for any set mode.
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Automatic Setting
The system may have been programmed by the installation engineer to automatically set all or parts of
the system according to a pre-programmed schedule. The schedule will have been programmed to
take into account the normal closing time, non-working days and holidays. The schedule may be
configured for any set mode.
Aborting The Setting Procedure
The setting procedure can be aborted at any time during the exit time by pressing ✗ on the keypad that
was used to start setting, logging on to any other keypad or turning a keyswitch to the unset position.
Setting
Stopped
If setting is aborted by logging onto a keypad the setting aborted
message will be displayed.
Setting with Warnings
The system will automatically display any conditions which the user should be aware of before setting
the system. These conditions are described as set warnings and do not prohibit the user from setting
the system in the normal way. The user however may wish to change a condition before setting the
area(s) or system, where appropriate.
When a user selects set, and warnings exist, the set warning prompt will be displayed.
Set Warning
✔=Report
Loading Door
Isolated
Workshop
✔=Set
Press the ✔ button to display the setting warning(s).
The display will automatically scroll through the list of warnings
Press ✔ to proceed with setting or press ✗ to cancel setting
The set warnings include:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Bypassed circuits
Circuits On Soak (a special circuit test mode set up by the installation engineer)
Isolated circuits
Line Fault (only when setting with telephone line fault is allowed)
Setting Faults
The system will not permit setting with faults or with any circuit open or activated, with the exception of
exit route circuits or circuits which have been bypassed or isolated.
When a user selects set, and faults exist, the set warning prompt will be displayed.
Cannot Set
Tamper
Rear Door
The display will automatically scroll through the list of faults
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The system may have been programmed to allow the user to force set if circuit faults exist.
✔=Force Set
Press the ✔ button to try to force set.
If the circuits in fault can be bypassed then the system will report the bypassed circuits and then
prompt the user to confirm setting.
Failure to Set after Exit Time
If the group fails to set at the end of the exit period, the exit tone will change to warn the user that the
system has not set. Log on to the keypad to display the fault condition(s). The external sounder may
also have been programmed by the installation engineer to activate in the event of a failure to set.
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Reset
Code-03
The resetting method programmed by the alarm company engineer for each area and the system will
depend on the particular security requirements of the area or system. There are 3 types of reset:
1. Customer reset, where the customer can reset any alarm
2. Engineer reset, where the alarm company engineer must reset all alarms
3. Managed reset, where the customer can reset an alarm after reporting the event to the alarm
company
Customer Reset
If an alarm condition has occurred when set, the alarm message will be displayed when the group is
unset.
Alarm
PIR in Office
An example of an alarm message after unsetting.
If more than one alarm has occurred the display will automatically scroll through the list of alarms.
After the last alarm is displayed the reset prompt will be displayed.
✔=Reset
Press ✔ to reset the alarm
If an alarm condition cannot be reset then a message will be displayed.
Engineer Reset
If the system is configured for engineer reset then after the alarm(s) information is displayed a special
prompt will be displayed.
Tel:01313333802
Contract:123456
The number to call for a service engineer
Quote your customer contract number
When an engineer reset is required, it will not be possible to set the system until an engineer has been
to the site.
Managed Reset
If the system is configured for managed reset then after the alarm(s) information is displayed a special
prompt will be displayed. This feature operates in a similar way to engineer reset. After the call
engineer prompt the telephone and code numbers will be displayed.
Tel:01313333802
Code:12345
The number to call for a service engineer
Quote your code number
The alarm company will issue a special 5-digit PIN code. This PIN code can be used only once to
reset the system.
Reset OK
Log on using the 5 digit reset code. If the code is accepted this message
will be displayed.
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Test
Code-04
Each area of the system can be tested individually or all areas can be tested at the same time
(system). The test time is limited to 1 hour. If the user does not end the test by the end of the test time
then the panel will exit test mode automatically.
When the test option is selected the area test menu will be displayed.
Test Areas Menu
Select the area to test or the system option to test all areas.
0=System
1=Area 1
2=Area 2
…
When an area(s) is selected the test options menu will be displayed.
Test Options Menu
Choose the item that you want to test from the test menu.
1=Sounder
2=Strobe
3=Audio
4=Walk Test
5=Comms Test
Test Options
Sounder
Code-1
The external sounder(s) will be turned on for a maximum of 20 seconds or until the user presses the
✗ button.
Test Options
Strobe
Code-2
The external strobe(s) will be turned on for a maximum of 60 seconds or until the user presses the
✗ button.
Test Options
Audio
Code-3
The internal sounder(s) will be turned on for a maximum of 20 seconds or until the user presses the
✗ button.
Test Options
Walk Test
Code-4
The panel records all activations from sensors during the unset period. When walk test is selected the
panel will display all circuits which have not alarmed since the panel was last unset. If all circuits are to
be tested then select walk test, then press the ✗ button and select walk test a second time.
When walk test is selected the keypad will automatically scroll through the list of circuits which have not
been tested.
Hall PIR
Not Tested
All circuits still to be tested will be displayed.
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When all circuits have responded then “All Tested” message will be displayed and the panel will exit
walk test:
Walk Test
All Tested
When the panel exits test mode, either manually or automatically at the end of the test time then:
1. Any fire sensor still in alarm will give a normal alarm response.
2. Circuits with a 24-hour response, which are still in alarm, will be temporarily bypassed.
3. A warning will be displayed if any PA sensor is still in alarm.
Test Options
Comms Test
Code-5
If the comms test is selected then the panel will make a test call to all telephone numbers that have
been programmed for test by the installation engineer.
Engineer Access
Code-05
The Eng option will only be available if the system is configured for user authorised engineer access.
This option applies to both local and remote engineer access.
When the Eng option is selected the system will prompt for the engineer PIN code to be entered.
Engineer
Guardall
The engineer must log on within 2 minutes.
Press ✗ to cancel the engineer log on authorisation.
Once logged on the engineer working time is limited to 8 hours.
PIN Change
Code-06
All users on the system are identified by a user code. A user code can be a PIN code, an electronic
key or proximity token. To change user code, log on to the keypad using your current code and
choose the PIN option. Then follow the display prompts. All user PIN code changes are recorded in
the system event log.
Note: If the PIN option is not available this means that the system has been programmed to prevent
you from changing your user code, and a new code must be allocated by the security system
manager.
New PIN
Enter-
The chosen PIN code may be any unique 4, 5 or 6 digit code.
Re-enter PIN
Enter-
The new PIN code must be re-entered before being accepted by the
system
New Pin
Does not Match
If the re-entered PIN code does not match a message will be displayed
and the system will prompt again for a new PIN.
New Pin
Not Available
If the new PIN code is not available you must choose another new PIN.
If a suitable keypad is used then the user code may be changed to either an electronic key or proximity
token. If you are changing code to an electronic key then insert the key when the system prompts for a
PIN. If you are changing code to a proximity token then present the token when the system prompts
for a PIN.
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Code-07
Adding Users
A manager user can change the name, user code and authority for any user except the engineer. To
modify a user’s details enter the user number. The user menu will then be displayed.
Choose the required option.
User Menu
1=Name
2=PIN
3=Authority
User
Name
When the name option is selected the current user descriptor will be displayed. Names can be up to
14 characters long and may contain any of the following characters.
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz .-/+#%^&*@<>:!$?_0123456789
By default all names are “User” followed by the user number, for example User 2.
User Number-03
J Smith
The first character of the text descriptor will be flashing.
When you edit a name the first letter will be flashing. You can either use the é or
buttons to select
the required character or use one of the numeric keys to quickly access a particular character.
Button
Character
1
A
Fast character access buttons
2
3
4
5
6
M
Z
a
m
z
7
1
8
9
9
space
Use the ✔ button to move to the next character position on the right. Press ✗ to save the descriptor
and exit. To clear all characters to the right of the cursor press 0.
User Name
Text Library
The panel has a library of words that can be used when editing text descriptors. To access the text
library press the ? button when editing a text descriptor.
Text
Number __
The text library reference number for the word.
When a text number is entered the panel will display the word and prompt the user to accept.
Security
✔=OK é =Change
The selected word.
If the word is accepted it will be copied to the current cursor position of the descriptor being edited.
You can press the é or buttons to scroll through the text library items. The text library is listed below.
Note: The text library is primarily used by the installation engineer when programming circuits etc. It is
of limited use when programming user names, which would normally be unique to each installation.
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Number
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
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
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
Text
Accounts
Admin
Alarm
Alert
Area
ATM
Attack
Auxiliary
Bank
Bar
Beam
Bedroom
Branch
Cafe
Canteen
Ceiling
Cleaner
Communicator
Computer
Corridor
Counter
Dispatch
Door
Downstairs
Dualtech
Entry
Exit
Factory
Fence
Fire
Freezer
Fridge
Garage
Gate
Guard
Hall
Home
House
Infrared
Keypad
Kitchen
Landing
Library
Lobby
Lock
Lounge
Manager
Number
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
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Master
Medical
Microwave
Monitor
Movement
Office
PA Button
Panel
Panic
Partition
Passive
Perimeter
PIR
PIR B
PIR In
PIR On
Point
Purchasing
Quality
Reception
Remote
Restaurant
Roof
Room
Safe
Security
Sensor
Shop
Showroom
Site
Smoke
Stairs
Stores
Strobe
System
Tamper
Teller
The
Till
Ultrasonic
Upstairs
User
Vault
Warehouse
Window
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User
PIN
For details of changing a PIN refer to the section on PIN change on page 23.
The default user PIN codes are shown in the table.
Default Codes
User Number
PIN
2
0202
3
0303
4
0404
5
0505
6
0606
7
0707
8
0808
9
0909
10
1010
This pattern continues up to the last user.
40
4040
User
Authority
Users can be programmed with a number or options including authority level, area access and timed
access.
When the authority option is selected the user authority menu is displayed.
User
User-xx
User Name
Manager
PIN Change-On
LogOn/Set-On
Area 1-Off
Area 2-Off
…
Schedule 1-Off
Schedule 2-Off
Schedule 3-Off
Schedule 4-Off
Options
xx=User number
Press ? for list of user authorities
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
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The available menu options are dependent on the programmed user authority.
Refer to the user authority option table for full details of options
available for each user type.
User Auth Help
0=Off
1=Manager
2=Ordinary
3=Set/Uns
4=Set
5=Unset
6=Cleaner
7=Access
8=Reset
9=Duress
The menu options available to each authority level are shown in the table.
Menu Option
Code
Text
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
10
11
12
13
14
15
20
24
25
30
31
32
40
42
86
87
Unset
Set
Reset
Test
Engineer
PIN
User
Log-Full
Log-Cct
Log-User
Log-KP
Log-Date
Log-Alarm
Time +/-75m
Holiday
Schedule
Bypass
KP Off
Chime
Print Text
Print Hols.
Isolate Cct
Isolate Conc
Man
Ord
✓
✓
✓
✓
1
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
3
✓
✓
4
✓
✓
✓
✓
5
5
✓
✓
✓
✓
1
2
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
3
✗
✗
4
✗
✓
✗
✗
✗
✗
Set/
Uns
✓
✓
✓
✗
1
2
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
Set
User Authority Level
Unset Cleaner Access
✗
✓
✗
✗
1
2
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✓
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✓
✓
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
Reset
Duress
✗
✗
✓
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✓
✗
✓
✗
✗
2
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
✗
Notes: Items marked 1-5 will only be available if programmed by the installation engineer.
User Menu
PIN Change
On/Off
Some user types are allowed by default to change their own PIN code (refer to authority table). This
feature can be disabled for any user without manager authority.
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User Menu
LogOn/Set
On/Off
If this option is on, a set prompt will be displayed in place of the normal log on menu, when the user
logs on.
User Menu
Area 1-n
On/Off
A user can be programmed with authority for any combination of areas.
User Menu
Schedule 1-4
On/Off
A user can be programmed with up to 4 schedules to control access times. The timer and holiday
schedules may also be programmed.
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Logs
The panel logs all events that occur in the system. All events stored in the event log are numbered in
the range 0-65535. The event number is only used when printing the log. The event number will be the
same even if the event is printed as part of a filtered log. The event number will only be reset if more
than 65535 events have been recorded.
The event log may be displayed or printed in full or in filtered form. Printing will only be available if a
printer interface is fitted to the system. When a log option is selected the display or print choice menu
will be displayed.
Press 1 to display or 2 to print the selected log items.
The print option will only be available if a printer is fitted to the system
1=Display
2=Print
Logs
Event Log Messages
Log messages are constructed using the event time, the event type and the additional information
specified by the event type. Each event is time stamped to the nearest 2 seconds. If a text description
has been programmed it will be used in the printed log. When the log is displayed abbreviations are
used.
The displayed log format is:
the circuit description
the event type
PIR in Hall
Bypassed
The event time and circuit number may be displayed in place of the normal top line information by
pressing the ? button.
12:00:00 UxxCxxx
Bypassed
the event time and additional data
the event type
You can set the display mode you prefer or use the ? button to switch between display modes as you
scroll through the logged events. You can use the é and buttons to step through the events.
In the table below all messages logged by the panel are shown. Some message types are stored in
both the alarm and event logs and some are stored in the event log only.
Logs
Printed Log
If the log is printed then the log index number, text descriptors and the date will be printed for each
event.
00001 Sat 02 Jan 00:00:02 User 2 (Mr Smith) Logged On on KP 0
Logs
Log-Full
Code-10
Log-Cct
Code-11
All logged events may be displayed or printed.
Logs
All logged events for a particular circuit number may be displayed or printed.
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Logs
Log-User
Code-12
All logged events for a particular user may be displayed or printed.
Logs
Log-KP
Code-13
All logged events for a particular keypad may be displayed or printed.
Logs
Log-Date
Code-14
All logged events for a particular date may be displayed or printed.
Logs
Log-Alarm
Code-15
All logged alarm events may be displayed or printed.
Log Messages
Log Text
Alarm
Auto Check Fail
Battery Low
Tamper
Check Fuse
Check Fuse
Check Fuse
Entry Alarm
Fire
Marginal
Panel Tamper
Personal Attack
Rmt.Auth Fail
Tamper
Tamper
Alarm & Event Log messages
Additional Data
Display Text
Event Description
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
A Circuit alarm
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
A Circuit has failed to activate
during the auto check period.
NONE
NONE
The battery has reached the low
volts threshold (after a mains
fail)
n
n
Concentrator Tamper
Conc n
Conc n
Concentrator fuse
OPM n
OPM n
Output module fuse
SM n
SM n
Serial module fuse
Area n
An
The area is not unset before the
end of the entry warning period
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
A fire type circuit alarm
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
A Circuit is marginal
NONE
NONE
Panel case or off the
wall tamper
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
A PA type circuit alarm
NONE
NONE
Repeated attempt to log on by a
remote host
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
A circuit tamper
Keypad n
KPn
A keypad tamper
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Log Text
230v Fault
230v OK
Active Circuit
Alarm (master shunt)
Alarm Abort
Auto Set
Auto Unset
Bat.Monitor Fail
Bypass
Changed Holiday
Changed PIN Code
Changed PIN for
Changed Time
Clear (master shunt)
Comm Acknowledge
Comm Fail
Comm Test
Duress Alarm
Engineer Reset
Entry Started
Failed Auto Set
First PIN
PC Access
Isolate
Isolate (conc)
Key Set Req.
Key Unset Req.
Knock
Line Block
Line Fault
Event log only messages
Additional Data
Display Text
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
User nn, Keypad m
Usnn, KPm
User nn, Area m
Usnn, Am
Event Description
Mains supply failed
Mains supply restored
User selected active circuit test
Master shunt type circuit alarms
Alarm abort signal transmitted.
Event programmer automatically
set area
User nn, Area m
Usnn, Am
Event programmer automatically
unset area
NONE
NONE
Battery voltage is low or not
present during a battery test
User nn, Circuit mmm Usnn Cctmmm Circuit bypassed
User nn, Keypad m
Usnn, KPm
Event programmer holiday date
changed
User nn, Keypad m
Usnn, KPm
User changes own PIN
User nn, User mm
Usnn, Usmm Manager or GSR user changes
PIN for another user
User nn, Keypad m
Usnn, KPm
Time modified, old time and new
time are logged
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
Master shunt type circuit clears
n
n
Central station acknowledge
alarm report
n
n
Central station fails to
acknowledges alarm report
User nn, Keypad m
Usnn, KPm
User or the panel tested the
communicator(s)
User nn, Keypad m
Usnn, KPm
User enters a duress code
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
Engineer reset type circuit
alarms
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
Entry circuit opens
User nn, Area m
Usnn, Am
Event programmer failed to auto
set due to circuits in alarm
User nn, Keypad m
Usnn, KPm
User entered PIN on Dual PIN
keypad
User 00
Usnn
A GSR user has logged on
remotely.
User nn, Circuit mmm Usnn Cctmmm Circuit isolated by user
User nn, m
Usnn, m
Concentrator isolated by user
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
Key type circuit alarms
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
Key type circuit clears
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
Circuit first knock
NONE
NONE
SmartDial has reported a line
blocked condition
1 - 50 volts not present
NONE
Communicator has reported a
2 - Line block test failure
line fault
3 - No acknowledge from
central station
4 – Main PCB LF input
5- SmartDial Fault
Lockout
Keypad n
KPn
Logged Off
Logged On
Mult. Alarm
User nn, Keypad m
User nn, Keypad m
Circuit nnn
Usnn, KPm
Usnn, KPm
Cctnnn
Normal (conc)
User nn, m
Usnn, m
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Incorrect PIN attempt limit
reached on the keypad
User logged off keypad
User logged on keypad
Circuit has alarmed up to the
multiple alarm limit
Isolate removed from a
concentrator
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Log Text
Normal (removed bypass)
Normal (removed isolate)
PIN Code Clash
Power Fail
Pre-Warning
Reprogrammed
Reset
Restored PINs
Restore
Set
Shunt Off
Shunt On
Soak Alarm
Soak Failed
Soak Off
Soak On
Managed Rst
Temp Bypass
Unset
Verify Alm
Event log only messages
Additional Data
Display Text
Event Description
User nn, Circuit mmm Usnn Cctmmm Bypass removed from a circuit
User nn, Circuit mmm Usnn Cctmmm Isolate removed from a circuit
User nn, User mm
Usnn, Usmm User has chosen a new PIN
code which is the same as
another user
NONE
NONE
Supply voltage has
fallen to the power fail threshold
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
A circuit has been alarmed
during the entry period
User nn, Keypad m
Usnn, KPm
A configuration option(s) has
been changed
User nn, Area m
Usnn, Usnn
An area has been reset
User nn, Keypad m
Usnn, KPm
All PINs have been restored to
default
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
A Circuit alarm has restored.
User nn, Area m
Usnn Am
Area has been set by a user
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
A master shunt circuit or the
event programmer schedule has
removed the shunt from a circuit
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
A master shunt circuit or the
event programmer schedule has
shunted a circuit
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
A circuit on soak test has
alarmed
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
At the end of the soak period
any circuit which has alarmed is
logged as failed
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
A circuit has been taken off soak
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
A circuit has been put on soak
Keypad n
KPn
A managed reset code has been
entered.
Circuit nnn
Cctnnn
A circuit has been temporarily
(until clear) bypassed
User nn, Area m
Usnn Am
A user has unset the area
Area n
An
A verified alarm has occurred
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Time Change
Code-20
The clock can only be set by the engineer. Some users have the authority to change the time by up to
75 minutes from the time set by the engineer if the user clock edit option is programmed.
Time
12:00
To change, start entering the new time
Time
Enter HH:MM
Enter the new time
The old and new times will be recorded in the event log.
Holiday
Feature
Max. Holidays
PX18
0
Code-24
PX34
14
This option is used in conjunction with the programmable schedules. To program a holiday, select the
holiday option from the main menu followed by the holiday number. The holiday menu will then be
displayed.
Holiday
Holiday-x
Start-DD:MM
End-DD:MM
Area 1-Off
Area 2-Off
…
Options
x=holiday number
DD:MM
DD:MM
On/Off
On/Off
Note: The holiday date format is day and month only. No year is entered and the entered date will
remain programmed as a holiday for all subsequent years or until it is removed from the holiday
schedule. It is not possible to program a holiday period that starts in December and ends in January.
To achieve this 2 holiday periods must be programmed.
Holiday Menu
Start
DD:MM
Enter the holiday start day and month. To remove a holiday enter a date of 00:00. The date entered
must be before the programmed end date.
Holiday Menu
Stop
DD:MM
Enter the holiday end day and month. To remove a holiday enter a date of 00:00. The date entered
must be after the programmed start date.
Holiday Menu
Areas
Holidays can be applied to any combination of areas.
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Schedule
Feature
Max. Schedules
PX18
4
Code-25
PX34
8
A schedule can be used to:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Auto set and unset parts of the system
Control outputs
Enable/disable keypads
Enable/disable user access
A manager user can program schedules and assign schedules to users (Refer to user authority).
To program a schedule, select the schedule option from the main menu followed by the schedule
number. The schedule menu will then be displayed.
Schedule
Options
Schedule-x
Start Time-00:00
Stop Time-00:00
Mon-Off
Tue-Off
x=Schedule number
HH:MM
HH:MM
On/Off
On/Off
Sun-Off
Holiday-Off
On/Off
On/Off
Schedule Menu
Start Time
HH:MM
To disable a schedule the start and stop times should be set to 00:00.
Schedule Menu
Stop Time
HH:MM
To disable a schedule the start and stop times should be set to 00:00.
Schedule Menu
Mon-Sun
On/Off
Each schedule can be configured for any combination of days. If the start or stop times are non zero,
the programmed schedule function will not operate on days that are off.
Schedule Menu
Holiday
On/Off
If the holiday option is on, then the schedule operation will be suspended on dates that are
programmed as holidays.
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Bypass
Code-30
The bypass option will only be available if a circuit(s) has been programmed as bypassable by the
installation engineer.
The bypass circuit option allows the user to bypass a circuit that is in a fault condition. When bypassed
the alarm condition of a circuit is ignored.
Circuit
Number-x
To bypass a circuit select the bypass option from the main menu,
followed by the circuit number.
Circuit -x
Normal
The current state will be displayed
When a circuit is bypassed it is ignored until the bypass is automatically removed when the circuit is
next unset or until a user removes the bypass. All bypass actions are stored in the event log.
A bypass limit will have been programmed by the installation engineer to limit the number of circuits
that can be bypassed at any one time. The system will display an error message if you try to exceed
this limit.
Keypad Off
Code-31
A keypad can be disabled by an authorised user if required. Disabling a keypad will render all buttons
on the keypad inoperative, however the keypad display will continue to operate normally.
To disable a keypad, enter the keypad number.
Keypad-x
On
12:00 Mon 27 Sep
Out of Service
Not Available:
Keypad Busy
Press 0 to turn off or 1 to turn on.
A keypad that is turned off will show the time/date and out of service
message.
You cannot turn off a keypad which is being used. If this is attempted a
warning message will be displayed.
The installation engineer may also have programmed the system to turn off a keypad(s) at various
times of day. This allows, for example, a keypad in a public area to be turned off while the area is
unset.
Chime
Code-32
Certain circuit types can be selected as chime circuits when unset.
To select the chime function for a circuit, enter the circuit number.
Circuit -x
Front Door
The circuit descriptor will be displayed.
Press any button to display the current chime status of the circuit.
Circuit -x
Chime-Off
Press 0 to turn off or 1 to turn on.
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Printing
Print Text
Code-40
The print text option will print all text descriptors for users, circuits, set groups, and the company name.
Printing
Print Holidays
Code-42
The print holiday option will print all holiday periods.
Isolate Circuit
Code-86
The isolate circuit option will only be available if programmed by the installation engineer.
The isolate circuit operation enables a circuit to be isolated in case of a fault. When isolated the alarm
and tamper condition of a circuit are ignored.
Circuit
Number-x
Enter the circuit number
Circuit -x
Normal
The current state will be displayed
When a circuit is isolated it is ignored until the isolate is removed. Isolate can only be removed if the
circuit is in a clear condition.
Isolate Concentrator
Code-87
The isolate concentrator option will only be available if programmed by the installation engineer.
This option enables a concentrator tamper to be isolated if a fault occurs.
Concentrator
Number-x
Enter the concentrator number
Isol Conc-x
Off
The current state will be displayed
When a concentrator is isolated it is ignored until the isolate is removed.
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System Details
Number of Areas
Number of keypads
Number of Circuits
Number of Users
Service Number
Contract Number
Keypads
Number
Location
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Set Groups
Number
Description
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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Areas
4
5
6
7
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Circuits
Number
Description
Location
Cct 1
Cct 2
Cct 3
Cct 4
Cct 5
Cct 6
Cct 7
Cct 8
Cct 9
Cct 10
Cct 11
Cct 12
Cct 13
Cct 14
Cct 15
Cct 16
Cct 17
Cct 18
Cct 19
Cct 20
Cct 21
Cct 22
Cct 23
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Guardall Limited
Lochend Industrial Estate
Newbridge
Edinburgh EH28 8PL
Tel: 0131-333-2900
FAX: 0131-333-4919
Technical Hotline: 0131-333-3802
Part Number: 320780-0A
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