Scantronic 9600 user guide

Scantronic 9600 user guide
9 6 0 0
Microprocessor
Intruder
Alarm
Control
Panel
User Manual
CONTENTS
Section
Title
Page
1
INTRODUCTION........................................................... ...................................... 1
2
ARMING THE SYSTEM................................................ ...................................... 3
3
ARMING WITH OPEN/FAULTY ZONES........................ ................................ 4
4
SETTING WITH CIRCUITS OMITTED.......................... ................................. 5
5
DISARMING THE SYSTEM........................................... .................................... 6
6
ARMING/DISARMING BLOCK OMIT GROUP D........... ............................... 7
7
DISARMING AFTER ALARM CONDITION.................... ............................... 8
8
DAYTIME TAMPER ALARM......................................... ................................... 9
9
SILENT PERSONAL ATTACK ALARM.......................... ............................... 10
10
FIRE ALARM................................................................... .................................. 11
11
CHIME FUNCTION....................................................... .................................... 12
12
CHANGING TIME AND DATE....................................... ................................. 13
13
CHANGING MANAGER 1 CODE................................... ................................. 14
14
CHANGING USER CODE AUTHORITY......................... ............................... 15
15
OMIT 24 HOUR ZONES................................................ .................................... 16
16
BELL TEST................................................................... ...................................... 17
17
SYSTEM WALK TEST................................................... ................................... 18
18
VIEW EVENT LOG........................................................ .................................... 19
19
DISPLAY MESSAGES................................................... .................................... 20
20
YOUR CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION.................................... ................................. 22
21
SERVICE RECORD...................................................... ..................................... 23
22
SERVICE CONTACT..................................................... .................................... 24
INTRODUCTION
1
The 9610 Microprocessor Intruder Alarm is a fully programmable system. Your
system will have been programmed by your alarm company engineer for the functions and options specified at installation.
Access to the various user functions is divided into two user levels, determined by
the access code. Your system will have been handed over to you with the standard
default access code of '1234'. This access code has the authority of 'Manager',
thereby allowing you to change the default code, to programme the other six
available codes and to determine their authority as shown on pages 15 and 16 of this
manual.
Manager Codes
Permit the user access to the following system functions:
(a)
Arming, disarming and resetting the system (if not
programmed for 'Engineer Reset').
(b)
Omitting zones (if zones are programmed to be 'Omit
Allowed').
(c)
Omitting and re-instating 24 hour zones (if zones are
programmed to be 'Omit Allowed').
(d)
Setting 'Chime' function.
(e)
Setting system time and date.
(f)
Changing user code authority.
(g)
Changing and deleting user codes.
(h)
Viewing the event log.
(i)
Carrying out all test functions, e.g., Bell Test and Walk Test
(j)
Printing the event log.
Operator Codes
Restricts user access to the following system functions:
(a)
Arming, disarming and resetting the system ( if not
programmed for 'Engineer Reset').
(b)
Omitting zones (if zones are programmed to be 'Omit
Allowed').
(c)
Setting the 'Chime' function.
(d)
Viewing the event log.
(e)
Carrying out all test functions, e.g., Bell Test and Walk
Test.
Block Omit Access Code
Allows access to areas within Group 'D'.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
Entering the 'Block Omit' code will allow the user access
to an area which has been defined as Group 'D'.
Detection within Group 'D' will be disarmed allowing
access, while detection on the other groups remain active.
The 'Block Omit' code can be used to disarm and re-arm
Group D only when one of the other three groups is armed.
This application could be used if a cleaner requires access
to a specific area without disarming the whole system.
The code will not allow a user to perform any function
other than arming or disarming Group D.
1
1
INTRODUCTION (Cont.)
Holiday Codes
A 'Holiday' access code can be given to a relative or a person looking after the property
while you are on holiday. The 'Holiday Code' is programmed by someone with 'Manager'
authority. As soon as the 'Holiday' code is programmed, the system must be armed and
disarmed using this access code. Whenever a normal user code is entered, e.g., on return
from holiday, the 'Holiday' code is automatically deleted from the system.
A 'Holiday' code permits access to the following system functions:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Arming, disarming and resetting the system (if not
programmed for 'Engineer Reset').
Setting the Chime function.
Carrying out all system tests, e.g., Bell Test and Walk Test.
Viewing the event log.
Duress Code
This function only applies if your system is fitted with remote signalling. The 'Duress'
code is used to transmit a 'Personal Attack' (P.A.) alarm to the central station in the event
of the user being required to unset the system under duress. Using the 'Duress' code will
unset the system, but will give no visual evidence of the transmission to the central
station.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Do not use the 'Duress' code to unset the
system, unless under duress, as the transmission of a PA code to the central
station will cause the police authority to be called to your premises.
After using the 'Duress' access code, the P.A. trigger to the remote signalling device
will be inoperable until the system is reset by an operator or manager code.
Entry Code
An 'Entry' code is a special code used in conjunction with one of the system programmable outputs and programmed by the installer to operate a door release on
entering the 'Entry' code. This code does not arm or disarm the system, nor will it
allow access to any of the panel functions.
2
ARMING THE SYSTEM
Note 1
if display shows
INVALID CODE YES/
NO press the 'Yes' or
'No' key and re-enter
your access code.
2
00:01 MON 01 JAN
Key-in valid
Access Code
ENTER CODE
****
Note 2
When selecting groups
to be armed, select
Group 'A' for Full Set
or select group 'B', 'C'
or 'D' for Part Set.
SET SYSTEM?
Press Yes
SELECT AREA
Key-in group to be
set. See Note 1
Note 3
The zones set when the
user selects Group 'B',
'C', or 'D' are programmed by the engineer.
(See Page 22)
OMIT ZONES?
Press No
LEAVE AREA
Sounder emits
continuous tone
Note 4
If the system has been
programmed for and
fitted with an Exit lock,
the system will set when
the final door has been
closed and the lock has
been operated. The exit
tone will automatically be
terminated.
Leave the premises via the
prescribed exit route. The
alarm system will
automatically set on expiry
of the exit timer or closing of
the final door, or pressing
the exit terminate button.
(See Notes 3 & 4 )
SYSTEM SET
00:01 MON 01 JAN
Note 5
If the system has been
programmed for 'Instant
Set' it will set instantly
and silently when the user
enters a valid code and
there are no faults
present. If faults exist, the
keypad will emit a single
error beep and cycle
through any faults for the
duration of the programmed exit time and
then return to the day
state. Check for faults as
necessary.
3
3
ARMING WITH OPEN/FAULTY ZONES
00:01 MON 01 JAN
Note 1
if display shows
INVALID CODE YES/
NO press the 'Yes' or
'No' key and re-enter
your access code.
Key-In valid
Access Code
ENTER CODE
****
SET SYSTEM?
Note 2
When selecting groups to be
armed, select Group 'A' for
Full Guard or select group
'B', 'C' or 'D' for Part Set
Guard.
Press Yes
Key-in group to be
set see Note 1
OMIT ZONES?
Press No
Note 3
If a detector is fitted at the
control panel, or if the front
door is known to be open,
you may leave if these faults
are shown . The system will
set when clear of the
detection. If the user is not
clear by the time the exit
time has expired, an exit
fault will occur (Internal
sounders), Return to the
control panel and reset
system with the user code.
Sounder emits intermittent
tone. Display will show
description of open or faulty
zones.
EXIT FAULT
ZONE 2
ENTER CODE
****
Key-in Access Code to
return system to date and
time
SYSTEM UNSET
00:01 MON 01 JAN
Investigate cause and
repeat setting procedure. If
faults will not clear, take
note of description and
continue on page 5
4
SETTING WITH CIRCUITS OMITTED
4
00:01 MON 01 JAN
Key-In valid
Access Code
Note 1
if display shows
INVALID CODE YES/
NO press the 'Yes' or
'No' key and re-enter
your access code.
ENTER CODE
****
SET SYSTEM?
Note 2
Only circuits programmed by
the engineer as 'Omit
Allowed' can be omitted.
Display will show 'CANNOT
OMIT' if not
programmed.
Press Yes
SELECT AREA
Key-in group to be
set e.g., A
OMIT ZONES?
Press Yes
SELECT ZONE
Enter zone number
to be omitted e,g., 2
SELECT ZONE
02
Repeat procedure for
other zones to be
omitted
Press Yes
Display confirms
zone selected
OMIT
TOILET DOOR
Press Yes
Press
Yes
OMIT ZONES?
Press No
LEAVE AREA
ZONES OMITTED
Leave the premises via the prescribed exit
route. The alarm system will automatically set
on expiry of the exit timer or closing of final
door, or pressing the exit terminate button.
(Refer also to Notes 3 & 4 Page 3)
5
5
Note 1
if display shows
INVALID CODE YES/
NO press the 'Yes' or
'No' key and re-enter
your access code.
DISARMING THE SYSTEM
Enter the premises
via the prescribed
entry route
Entry tone starts
(interrupted tone)
1st Ply timer - See Notes
Key-in your Access
Code at the nearest
keypad
ENTER CODE
****
SYSTEM UNSET
00:01 MON 01 JAN
Note 2 (TWO-PLY ENTER TIMER)
On entering the premises the keypad sounder will emit an interrupted tone for the
duration of the programmed entry time. If the user exceeds the programmed entry time, the
internal sounder will emit a rapid warning tone for a preset time of 30 seconds. This two stage timer
is known as ‘Two-Ply’. If the user exceeds the second stage timer, an alarm condition will be
initiated.
Note 3 (System Programmed Abort)
Should the user accidentally deviate from the prescribed entry route during the First Ply entry
time, the system will automatically change from the ‘Entry’ mode to the ‘Abort’ mode (if
programmed by the installer). The entry timer will change to a second ply fixed timer of 90
seconds along with a rapid warning tone. The user must enter a valid user code during the 90
seconds otherwise an alarm will be initiated. If the user exceeds the entry timer and deviates
from the entry route during the second ply timer, a further 60 seconds will be available for the
user to enter a valid user code before an alarm is initiated.
Note 4 (System Programmed Non Abort)
Should the user accidentally deviate from the prescribed entry route during either of the First or
Second Ply timers, an alarm condition will be initiated.
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ARMING/DISARMING BLOCK OMIT GROUP D
Disarming Group 'D' Block Omit
Note 1
if display shows INVALID CODE YES/NO
press the 'Yes' or 'No' key and re-enter your
access code.
Note 2
The 9610 control panel has a special user
access code known as 'Block Omit'. By
entering this code it allows all the circuits
allocated to Group 'D' to be armed or
disarmed, while any of the three other groups
is armed. The code will only operate providing
the system has been armed using another
group.
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Enter the premises
via the prescribed
Entry Route
Entry tone starts
Key-in your 'Block
Omit Code' at the
nearest keypad
ENTER CODE
****
BLOCK OMITTED
00:01 MON 01 JAN
Note 3
Only circuits allocated to Group 'D' are disarmed. If any other detectors not within Group 'D' are
violated, a full alarm condition will be initiated.
Rearming Group 'D' Block Omit
00:01 MON 01 JAN
****
Key-in your Block Omit
Code
ENTER CODE
****
LEAVE AREA
Leave the premises via the
prescribed exit route. The system
will automatically re-arm the
circuits in Group 'D' on expiry of
the exit timer or closing of the final
door, or pressing the exit
terminate button.
(Refer also to Notes 3 & 4 Page 3)
7
7
DISARMING AFTER ALARM CONDITION
Enter the premises via
the prescribed entry
route
Entry tone starts
Key-in your Access
Code at the nearest
keypad
Note 1
if display shows
INVALID CODE YES/
NO press the 'Yes' or
'No' key and re-enter
your access code.
CALL ENGINEER
PIR HALL
System has been
programmed for Engineer
Reset. Call alarm company
to reset system.
ENTER CODE
****
Display will show
description of first circuit
violated e.g., PIR HALL
or
RESET REQUIRED
PIR HALL
Alternates between
ALARM
PIR HALL
Note 2
A normal alarm zone has
caused the alarm
condition.
or
Note 3
An anti-tamper circuit
which protects the system
caused the alarm
condition. Call the
engineer to investigate
cause before resetting.
TAMPER
PIR HALL
or
Note 4
A fault has occurred within
the control panel. Call the
engineer to
investigate cause before resetting system.
8
SYSTEM FAULT
SYSTEM FAULT
Assuming the cause has
been established, reset the
system using a valid access
code
DAYTIME TAMPER ALARM
8
00:01 MON 01 JAN
Note 1
The 9600 system incorporates
24 hour monitoring on all
wiring and detection devices. If
this circuit is violated it will
cause a 'Tamper ' condition,
warning the user of any
unauthorised interference by
operating the internal
sounders.
Internal sounders emit a
high level warning tone
Key-in your Access Code
at the nearest keypad
ENTER CODE
****
Display will show description
of tamper violated e.g., PIR
HALL
TAMPER
PIR HALL
Alternates between
RESET REQUIRED
Call alarm company
engineer to repair system
9
9
SILENT PERSONAL ATTACK ALARM
00:01 MON 01 JAN
Personal Attack button
has been pressed
Note 1
If the 'Silent Personal
Attack' function has been
programmed, operating a
P.A. button will cause the
remote signalling to
transmit a signal to the
alarm company central
station. There will be no
audible evidence of P.A.
activation.
Silent transmission to the
alarm company central
station
Keypad display shows PA
has been activated
PERSONAL ATTACK
Key-in a valid
Access Code
ENTER CODE
****
Display shows PA zone
description e.g., cash point
ALARM
CASH POINT
Alternates between
CALL ENGINEER
CASH POINT
PA has been programmed
for Engineer Reset. Call
alarm company to reset
system.
or
RESET REQUIRED
CASH POINT
Reset manual PA devices
with keys supplied
Press Yes
Key-in a valid
Access Code
ENTER CODE
****
SYSTEM NOW RESET
00:01 MON 01 JAN
10
FIRE ALARM
Note 1
If the system has smoke or
heat detectors fitted to a
zone which has been
programmed as Fire and a
fire is detected, the
following events will
occur.
10
Internal sounder generating a
quick two tone warning, the
external bell is pulsing and the
external strobe is on.
Display will show FIRE
zone has been activated
e.g., KITCHEN
FIRE
KITCHEN
Evacuate all
occupants of the
building and call
the fire brigade.
If safe to do so. enter
valid code to silence
alarm
RESET REQUIRED
KITCHEN
Note 2
If the system has remote
signalling fitted, a fire
code will be transmitted to
the alarm company central
station. The necessary
information may be passed
to the nearest fire station.
In any event, always dial
999 and call the fire
brigade.
Alternates between
ALARM
KITCHEN
To reset system Keyin a valid Access
Code
ENTER CODE
****
SYSTEM NOW RESET
00:01 MON 01 JAN
11
CHIME FUNCTION
11
Note 1
Only zones which have
been programmed by the
installation engineer as
'Chime' zones will operate
this facility.
00:01 MON 01 JAN
Key-in a valid
Access Code
SET SYSTEM?
Press No
SET OPTIONS?
Press Yes
Note 2
Opening a zone which has
been programmed as
'Chime' will cause a bleep
tone to be emitted from the
internal speaker(s).
SET CHIME?
Press Yes
CHIME ON?
Press Yes
Press No
Chime function
ON
Chime function
OFF
SET TIME?
Press No button 5 times to
return panel to time and
date
00:01 MON 01 JAN
12
CHANGING TIME AND DATE
12
MANAGER AUTHORITY ONLY
00:01 MON 01 JAN
ENTER MONTH
Key-In valid
Access Code
Key-in month e.g., 1=Jan
Press Yes
ENTER CODE
****
ENTER DATE
SET SYSTEM?
Key-in date e.g., 1
Press No
Press Yes
SET UP OPTIONS
ENTER DAY
MON=1 SUN=7
Press Yes
Key-in day e.g., 3= Wed
SET CHIME?
Press Yes
Press No
ENTER YEAR
SET TIME ?
Enter the last two digits of
the year e.g., 91
Press Yes
Press Yes
ENTER HOURS
System will display
programmed time and date
Enter time in
Hours e.g., 14
(24hr Clock)
14:01 WED 01 JAN
Press Yes
ENTER MINUTES
Enter time in
Minutes e.g., 01
Press Yes
SET DATE ?
Press Yes
13
13
MANAGER AUTHORITY
ONLY
Note 1
User 1 Access Code is always the manager. It cannot have the authority
changed.
CHANGING MANAGER 1 CODE
00:01 MON 01 JAN
Key-In a manager
Access Code
ENTER CODE
****
SET SYSTEM?
Note 2:
The system will not
acceptSELECT
a Zero asAREA
the first
digit of the access code.
Press No
SET UP OPTIONS
Press Yes
Press No button 3 times
CHANGE CODES ?
Press Yes
Press Yes to
retain access code
SELECT USER NO
Key-in user No.1 Display will
show current code along
with authority
1234
MANAGER
See Note 1
Press No to change access
code
ENTER NEW CODE
Key-in new 4 digit code
ENTER CODE
****
CHANGE CODES ?
Press No
button
3 times
Press Yes
Change user codes page 15
14
CHANGING USER CODE AUTHORITY
14
MANAGER AUTHORITY ONLY
ENTER NEW CODE
CHANGE CODES ?.
Key-in new 4 digit code
(See Note)
Press Yes
SELECT USER NO.
CHANGE CODES ?.
Enter user number e.g., 2
Press No button 3 times to
display time and date
Display shows user code if
previously programmed,
also authority
00:01 MON 01 JAN
????
MANAGER
Press No
SELECT AUTHORITY
MANAGER
Press
Yes
Note 1:
If 'No' is pressed when the display shows 'ENTER NEW
CODE' the existing code will be
retained.
Press No
SELECT AUTHORITY
OPERATOR
Press
Yes
Note 2:
The system will not
accept a Zero as the first
digit of the access code.
Press No
SELECT AUTHORITY
BLOCK OMIT
Press
Yes
Press No
Press
Yes
SELECT AUTHORITY
DELETE
Press
Yes
Press No
SELECT AUTHORITY
DURESS
Press
Yes
Press No
SELECT AUTHORITY
HOLIDAY
Press
Yes
Press No
SELECT AUTHORITY
ENTRY
Press
Yes
Press No
15
15
OMIT 24 HOUR ZONES
MANAGER AUTHORITY ONLY
OMIT 24 HOUR ZONES
REMOVE OMIT
00:01 MON 01 JAN
00:01 MON 01 JAN
Key-in a manager
Access Code
Key-in a manager
Access Code
SET SYSTEM ?
SET SYSTEM ?
Press No
SYSTEM
UNSET
Press
No
SET UP OPTIONS ?
SET UP OPTIONS ?
Press Yes
Press Yes
SET CHIME ?
SET CHIME ?
Press No button
4 times
Press No button
5 times
OMIT 24 HOUR
ZONES
REMOVE 24 HR OMIT
Press Yes
Make sure the zone
that has been
omitted is closed
before removing omit
Key-in zone number to
be omitted e.g., 5
Press Yes
Press Yes to
repeat procedure Display will confirm
description of zone
omitted
OMIT
LOADING DOORS
Press Yes
OMIT ZONES ?
Press Yes
24 hour zones are
automatically
re-instated
00:01 MON 01 JAN
Note 1
Zones which have been left as 24
hour omit, will automatically be reinstated when the system is armed in
Part or Full set.
Press No
00:01 MON 01 JAN
16
Note 2
If a 24 hour zone is open when a user
attempts to remove the 'Omit', the
zone will remain omitted..
BELL TEST
Note 1
System will automatically test each
warning device for 3 seconds.
16
00:01 MON 01 JAN
Key-in a Manager
Access Code
Note 2
Pressing the 'No' key during the
test, will abort the test.
SET SYSTEM ?
Press No button twice
BELL TEST ?
Press Yes
TESTING
SOUNDER
TESTING
BELL
TESTING
STROBE
TESTING
KEYPAD
00:01 MON JAN
17
17
Note 1
This test allows you to test
your system. However, you
cannot test any P.A. buttons or 24 hour circuits.
If you do test these, an
alarm will occur.
SYSTEM WALK TEST
00:01 MON JAN
Key-in Manager
Access Code
SET SYSTEM ?
Press No button 3 times
WALK TEST ?
Press Yes
Display will show any
circuits which are open
WALK TEST
NO VIOLATIONS
or
WALK TEST
FRONT DOOR
Press No to end
Walk Test
00:01 MON 01 JAN
Note 2
When a zone is opened the
keypad bleeps and the internal sounder(s) operate.
The display will show description of circuits.
SYSTEM FAULT
18
VIEW EVENT LOG OR PRINT LOG
18
00:01 MON 01 JAN
Key-in a valid Access Code
SET SYSTEM?
Press No button 4 times
VIEW LOG?
Press Yes
The latest event will be the
first displayed
Note 1
The control panel has
an internal log which
is capable of logging
250 events.
00:01 MON 01 FEB
ACCESS USER !
To move to previous events,
press the number 1 key or
the Yes key. To return to the
start of the log press the
number 2 key, to move to
more recent events press
the number 3 key.
Press No
Only if a Manager code is
used and Loggin Printer is
not selected by the installer.
Note 2
Afull log contains 128
events and will take approximately 4 minutes to
print.
PRINT LOG?
Press Yes
Press No
The log is printed to a
printer, if connected.
Press No to stop printing
00:01 MON 01 JAN
19
DISPLAY MESSAGES
19
CALL ENGINEER
Call alarm company engineer to check system.
CANNOT RESET
System is unable to reset due to a fault existing. Check as
necessary or call engineer.
EXIT FAULT
User has exceeded the programmed exit time or a fault exists
with the detection on exit route, check as necessary or call
engineer.
FIRE
A smoke or heat detector fitted to the system has been activated.
INVALID CODE
Incorrect user code has been entered, re-try up to 4 times before
tamper alarm will occur.
LOW BATTERY
Stand-by battery is low, call alarm company engineer to check
system.
MAINS FAILED
240v main supply to control panel lost, check fuse board or spur
outlet. Call engineer to check if required.
PERSONAL
ATTACK
A personal attack button fitted to the system has been activated.
PRINTER FAULT
The logging printer has been disconnected, de-selected or has
run out of paper. Call engineer to check system.
SYSTEM FAULT
Fault within control panel, call engineer to check system.
SYSTEM RESET
System has successfully reset, all wiring and circuits are
correct.
TAMPER FAULT
System anti-tamper switch opened or damage to wiring has
occured. Call engineer to check system.
TELEPHONE
FAILED
20
Telephone line fault, call alarm company engineer to
check system.
ZONE TEST FAILED
A zone which the engineer has programmed for 14 day test has
been violated. Call engineer to check system.
24 HOUR ALARM
A zone programmed as 24 hour alarm has been violated,
display will show description. Check system as necessary.
DISPLAY MESSAGES (Cont'd)
AUX POWER FAIL
BATTERY
FAILED
19
The load on the AUX 12V supply is excessive and the
protecting fuse has been operated. Contact the installing
company to investigate.
The battery has become faulty and will not maintain the
system in the event of a power failure. Contact the
installing company to investigate.
COMMS FAILED
The system has tried to contact the central station but for some
reason has failed.
COMMS LINE FAULT
Log message corresponding to the TELEPHONE FAILED
message on the display
COMSS SUCCESSFUL
The central station has successfully acknowledged receipt of a
communication.
KEYPAD nn TAMPER
Either the wiring to keypad nn has been cut or the keypad back
tamper switch has been opened. If the system is programmed
for customer reset then correct the fault and reset the system.
If not, contact the installing company.
The battery voltage is at a seriously low level. Mains power
must be restored to the system in the near future otherwise the
system will fail completely.
LOW BATTERY
SYSTEM INHIBITED
If there are two or more keypads fitted to the system, all
keypads except the one in use will display SYSTEM INHIBITED during engineering.
TELEPHONE FAILED
The telephone line has become disconnected or faulty. If
possible check the connection to the panel. If the message
persists, contact the installing company.
UNIT TAMPER
The circuit connected to the unit tamper terminals has become
open circuit. Check the external sounder wiring. If an SAB is
not fitted check that TR and 0V are linked.
WATCHDOG FAULT
A mains transient or severe electrostatic discharge has upset
the system software. The system has restarted itself and
should be functioning normally. If the system is appearing
to malfunction or this message frequently appears in the log,
contact your installing company.
ZONE TEST FAILED
CALL ENGINEER
One or more zones are on 14 day test (soak test). Some of these
zones have been violated during the set period and would have
caused and alarm. Contact your installing company. The panel
will continue to operate correctly.
21
20
YOUR CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
GROUP
ZONE DESCRIPTION
A
B
D
C
OMIT
ALLOWED
CHIME
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Installed by (Engineer's signature).............................
GROUP
Date Completed.................................
ENGINEER RESET...........................
A
B
C
EXIT TIME
BELL DURATION..............................
ENTRY TIME
COMMUNICATOR FITTED...............
Note: Group D can be either Part Set or Block Omit depending on the way the system is
programmed.
22
D
SERVICE RECORD
DATE
ENG
21
REPORT
23
22
YOUR SERVICE CONTACT
COMPANY
NAME.............................................................................................................
ADDRESS............................................................................................................................
...........................................................................................................................................
...........................................................................................................................................
...........................................................................................................................................
CONTRACT Nº
Service Telephone Number
24
Scantronic Ltd. Perivale Industrial Park, Greenford, Middx. UB6 7RJ.England
Tel: 081-991 1133, Telex: 915 810 SCANCO G Fax: 081-997 4448
SCANTRONIC
Customer Support (UK) - Tel - (0800) 373767 or (0594) 543343
Pt. No. 496655/ MAY 91/ Issue 1
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