Digital Monitoring Products XR20 Installation guide

Digital Monitoring Products XR20 Installation guide
Installation Guide
XRSuper6 / XR20 / XR40
Command Processor™ Panels
MODEL XRSuper6/XR20/XR40
COMMAND PROCESSOR
INSTALLATION GUIDE
 
FCC NOTICE
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used properly in
strict accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, may cause interference with radio and television
reception. It has been type tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B computing device
in accordance with the specification in Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide
reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. If this equipment does cause
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on,
the installer is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient the receiving antenna
Relocate the computer with respect to the receiver
Move the computer away from the receiver
Plug the compute into a different outlet so that computer and receiver are on different branch circuits
If necessary, the installer should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician
for additional suggestions. The installer may find the following booklet, prepared by the Federal
Communications Commission, helpful:
“How to identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems.”
This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C. 20402
Stock No. 004-000-00345-4
© 2008 Digital Monitoring Products, Inc.
Information furnished by DMP is believed to be accurate and reliable.
This information is subject to change without notice.
Table of Contents
Revisions to This Document
Panel Specifications
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
Power Supply..........................................1
Communication........................................1
Panel Zones.............................................1
Keypads..................................................1
Outputs...................................................1
Enclosure Specifications...........................1
Introduction
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
Description..............................................2
System Configurations..............................2
Before You Begin.....................................2
About this Guide......................................2
How to Use this Guide..............................2
System Components
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.4
3.5
Description..............................................3
Wiring Diagram........................................3
Lightning Protection.................................3
Accessory Devices....................................3
Accessory Devices continued....................4
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Wiring Diagram.......4
Installation
4.1
4.2
4.3
Mounting the Enclosure............................5
Mounting Keypads...................................6
Installation Specifications.........................6
Primary Power Supply
5.1
5.2
AC terminals 1 and 2................................6
Transformer Types...................................6
Secondary Power Supply
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
Battery Terminals 3 and 4.........................7
Earth Ground...........................................7
Replacement Period.................................7
Discharge/Recharge.................................7
Battery Supervision..................................7
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Power Requirements.7
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Standby Battery Calculations8
Bell Output
7.1
Terminals 5 and 6....................................9
Keypad Data Bus
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
Description..............................................9
Terminal 7 - RED.....................................9
Terminal 8 - YELLOW...............................9
Terminal 9 - GREEN.................................9
Terminal 10 - BLACK................................9
Programming Connection.........................9
Keypad Addressing...................................9
Smoke and Glassbreak Detector Output
9.1
Terminal 11.............................................9
Burglary Zones
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
Description............................................10
Operational Parameters..........................10
Zone Response Time..............................10
Keyswitch Arming Zone..........................10
Powered Zone for 2-Wire Smoke Detectors
11.1
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Terminals 25 and 26...............................11
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Annunciator Outputs
12.1
12.2
12.3
Description............................................12
Harness Wiring......................................12
Model 860 Relay Module.........................12
Telephone RJ Connector
13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
Description............................................13
FCC Registration....................................13
Notification............................................13
Ground Start.........................................13
Reset Jumpers J16
14.1 Description............................................14
15.1 Introduction..........................................14
15.2 Wiring...................................................14
15.3 Police Station Phone Numbers................14
15.4 Bypass Reports......................................14
15.5 System Maintenance..............................14
15.6 Cross-Zoning.........................................14
15.7 Ground Start.........................................14
15.8 Listed Receivers.....................................14
ANSI/UL 1023 Specifications
16.1 Bell Cutoff..................................................15
16.2 Entry Delay...........................................15
16.3 Exit Delay..............................................15
16.4 Zone Expansion on 4-Wire Bus................15
16.5 Wireless External Contact.......................15
16.6 Wireless Supervision Time......................15
16.7 Wireless Audible Annunciation................15
ANSI/UL 1610 and ANSI/UL 1076 Specifications
17.1
17.2
17.3
17.4
17.5
17.6
17.7
17.8
17.7
Opening/Closing Reports........................15
Automatic Bell Test................................15
Proprietary Dialer...................................15
Standard Line Network Security..............15
Wireless Arming Mode............................15
Wireless Tamper....................................15
Wireless External Contact.......................15
Wireless Supervision Time......................16
Wireless Audible Annunciation................16
ANSI/UL 636 Specifications
18.1
18.2
18.3
18.4
18.5
18.6
18.7
18.8
UL 1610 Required..................................16
1100D Wireless Receiver........................16
Wireless Supervision Time......................16
LED Display...........................................16
Jamming Detection................................16
Local Alarm...........................................16
Message to Transmit..............................16
Wireless Audible Annunciation................16
ANSI/UL 1635 Specifications
19.1
19.2
19.3
19.4
19.5
19.6
Digital Dialer Telephone Number.............16
Entry Delay...........................................16
Exit Delay..............................................16
Test Frequency......................................16
Automatic Bell Test................................16
DACT Central Station.............................16
ANSI/UL 365 Specifications
20.1
20.2
20.3
20.4
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Entry Delay...........................................17
Bell.......................................................17
Bell Cutoff.............................................17
Automatic Bell Test................................17
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20.6
20.7
20.8
20.9
20.10
20.11
20.12
20.13
Mercantile.............................................17
Mercantile Safe and Vault.......................17
Line Security for Police Connect..............17
Standard Line Network Security..............17
Wireless Arming Mode............................17
Wireless Tamper....................................17
Wireless External Contact.......................17
Wireless Supervision Time......................17
Wireless Audible Annunciation................17
ANSI/UL 609 Specifications
21.1
21.2
21.3
21.4
21.5
21.6
21.7
21.8
21.9
21.10
Entry Delay...........................................18
Bell.......................................................18
Bell Cutoff.............................................18
Automatic Bell Test................................18
Mercantile Safe and Vault.......................18
Wireless Arming Mode............................18
Wireless Tamper....................................18
Wireless External Contact.......................18
Wireless Supervision Time......................18
Wireless Audible Annunciation................18
Universal Fire Alarm Specifications
22.1
22.2
22.3
22.4
22.5
22.6
22.7
22.8
Introduction..........................................19
Wiring...................................................19
Police Station Phone Number..................19
System Maintenance..............................19
Audible Alarm........................................19
Fire zone programming..........................19
Ground Start.........................................19
Listed Receivers.....................................19
ANSI/UL 985 NFPA 72 (Chapter 2) Specifications
23.1
23.2
23.3
23.4
23.5
Bell Output Definition.............................19
Indicating Circuit Supervision..................19
Wireless External Contact.......................19
Wireless Supervision Time......................19
Wireless Fire Verification.........................19
California State Fire Marshal Specifications
24.1
Bell Output Definition.............................19
False Alarm Reduction Programmable Options *
25.1
25.2
25.3
25.4
25.5
25.6
Shipping Defaults and Recommended
Programming for ANSI/SIA CP-01-2000...20
Call Waiting (ANSI/SIA CP-01-2000)........21
Occupied Premise (ANSI/SIA CP-01-2000).21
Entry Delay (ANSI/SIA CP-01-2000)........21
Local Bell (ANSI/SIA CP-01-2000)...........21
Minimum Installation Requirements
(ANSI/SIA CP-01-2000)..........................21
Troubleshooting
26.1
26.2
Troubleshooting Section.........................22
Common LCD Keypad Displays................22
Wiring Diagrams
27.1
27.2
Multiple Indicating Circuit Module Install.. 23
Install for Derived Channel Burglary........24
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS MODEL XRSuper6/XR20/XR40
PANELS
Mounting Instructions........................................25
Listings and Approvals........................... 25
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Revisions
Revisions to This Document
This section explains the changes that were made to this document during this revision. This section lists
the date the change was made, the section number and heading, and a quick summary of the change.
Ver. Section Number and Heading
Summary of Changes
1.02 3.5 Wiring Diagram
Removed reference to Grades of Service
17.4 Network Security
Replaced AA High Line with Standard Line
19.6 DACT Central Station
Removed reference to Grades of Service
20.1 Entry Delay
Removed reference to Grades of Service
20.5 Mercantile
Removed reference to Grades of Service
20.8 Standard Line Network Security Replaced AA High Line with Standard Line
20.2 Bell
Added to the specification
21.1 Entry Delay
Added section
21.2 Bell
Added section
21.3 Bell Cutoff
Added section
21.4 Automatic Bell Test
Added section
21.5 Mercantile Safe and Vault
Added section
21.6 Wireless Arming Mode
Added section
21.7 Wireless Tamper
Added section
21.8 Wireless External Contact
Added section
21.9 Wireless Supervision Time
Added section
21.10 Wireless Audible Annunciation Added section
1.01
3.4 Accessory Devices
6.7 Standby Battery Calculations
16.7 Wireless Audible Annunciation
17.7 Wireless Audible Annunciation
18.8 Wireless Audible Annunciation
20.13 Wireless Audible Annunciation
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Reorganized into summary table
Added 7360 and 7363 Thinline Series Icon keypads
Added section
Added section
Added section
Added section
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Introduction
Panel Specifications
1.1
Power Supply
Transformer Input: Wire-in — 16.5 VAC 40 VA, Model 320
Plug-in — 16.5 VAC 40 VA, Model 321
Standby Battery: 12 VDC 7.0 Ah (40 VA transformer charges up to 2 batteries)
Auxiliary Output: 12 VDC at 500mA
Bell Output: 12 VDC at 1.5 Amps
Smoke Detector Output: 12 VDC at 100mA
All circuits inherent power limited
1.2
Communication
Built-in SDLC Digital Dialer communication to DMP Model SCS-1R Receivers
Built-in 4-2 communication to non-DMP receivers
Built-in M2E (Radionics Modem IIe) communication to non-DMP receivers
Built-in CID (Contact ID) communication to non-DMP receivers
Any panel can operate as a local system.
1.3
Panel Zones
Nine 1k Ohm EOL burglary zones: zones 1 to 9 on XR20 and XR40 panels, and zones 1 to 5 on the XRSuper6.
One 3.3k Ohm EOL Class B powered fire zone with reset capability: zone 6 on the XRSuper6, and zone 10 on
XR20 and XR40 panels.
1.4
Keypads
You can connect up to four supervised keypads to the XRSuper6/XR20 panels and eight supervised keypads on
the XR40.
• 16 or 32-character alphanumeric keypads
• 10-zone LED keypads
In addition, the following zone expanders can be added to the XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 panels:
• One, four, eight and 16-zone expansion modules
• Single-zone PIR and glassbreak detectors
• One 738A Ademco Wireless interface for up to 32 points of zone expansion
• One FA426 Wireless receiver for up to 16 points of zone expansion (Two FA426 on the XR40)
When using the FA426 Wireless Receiver, you can add unsupervised devices to address five of the XRSuper6
and XR20.
1.5
Outputs
The XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 panels provide four open collector outputs rated for 50mA each. A Model 300
Output Harness is required. The open collector outputs provide the ground connection for a positive voltage
source.
1.6
Enclosure Specifications
The XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 panel ships in an enclosure with EOL resistors, battery leads, user’s guide, and
programming sheet.
Enclosure
Model
Size
Color(s)
Construction (Cold Rolled
Steel)
340
12.5” W x 9.5” H x 2.75” D
Gray (G)
20-Guage
349
12.5” W x 11.25” H x 3.5” D
Gray (G)
20-Guage
350
17.5”W x 13.5”H x 3.5”D
Gray (G) or Red (R)
18-Guage
350A
17.5”W x 13.5”H x 3.6”D
Gray (G)
18-Guage with 16-Guage door
341
12.75”W x 6.55”H x 2.9”D
Gray (G)
20-Guage
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Introduction
Introduction
2.1
Description
The DMP XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Command Processor™ panels are powerful 12 VDC burglary and fire
communicator panels with battery backup. The XR20 and XR40 panels provide nine on-board burglary zones
and one on-board 12 VDC Class B powered fire zone. The XRSuper6 provides five burglary zones and one fire
zone. The fire zone has a reset capability to provide for 2-wire smoke detectors, relays, or other latching
devices. The panels can communicate to one or two DMP SCS-1R Receivers using SDLC digital dialer, 4-2,
or Contact ID (CID) reporting formats. In addition, the XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 can communicate using the
Radionics Modem IIe format.
2.2
System Configurations
The panels can be programmed to operate as either an All/Perimeter system that provides one Perimeter
area and one Interior area, or as a Home/Sleep/Away system that provides one Perimeter, one Interior, and
one Bedroom area. The Bedroom area can include any protection devices the user wants disarmed during
their sleeping hours and armed in the Away mode. In addition, the XR20/XR40 can operate as a four area
system.
2.3
Before You Begin
Before installing the panel, we recommend you read through the entire contents of this guide. Familiarize
yourself with the features of the panel and the key points to remember during the installation. Be sure to
read and understand all of the caution statements printed in bold italics. In addition to this installation
guide, you should also read through and familiarize yourself with these other product documents:
•
•
•
•
2.4
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305) • XR20 Security Command User’s Guide (LT-0303)
XRSuper6 Programming Sheet (LT-0621)
• XR40 Programming Sheet (LT-0493)
XRSuper6 Security Command User’s Guide (LT-0622) • XR40 Security Command User’s Guide (LT-0494)
XR20 Program Information Sheet (LT-0302)
About this Guide
The information contained in this guide is organized into five sections:
• The Table of Contents at the front of this guide lists all of the headings and the page number where
the information can be found.
• The Introduction section gives you an overview of the various components that go into a
panel system and diagrams some typical system configurations.
• The Installation section begins with mounting instructions for the enclosure and takes you through the
proper way to power up the panel prior to programming.
• The Compliance section lists various standards to which the panels comply.
• The Wiring Diagram section provides common system drawings for the panels.
Caution notes
Throughout this guide you will see caution notes containing information you need to know when installing
the panel. These cautions are indicated with a yield sign. Whenever you see a caution note, make sure you
completely read and understand its information. Failing to follow the caution note can cause damage to the
equipment or improper operation of one or more components in the system. See the example shown below.
Always ground the panel before applying power to any devices: The panel must be properly grounded
before connecting any devices or applying power to the panel. Proper grounding protects against
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) that can damage system components.
2.5
How to Use this Guide
To locate information about the installation of the panel, first go to the Table of Contents at the front of
this guide. Find the subject heading that closely describes the information you need and turn to the section
number shown to the right of the heading.
The text that follows the heading has been written to provide as much information about the subject as
possible. If you cannot find the information you need under that heading, try scanning through a few of the
headings before and after and reading the text under those that sound similar.
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System Components
3.1
Description
The DMP system is made up of an alarm panel with built in communicator, an enclosure, a 16.5 VAC
transformer, and a 12 VDC 7.0 Ah battery. You can add Security Command keypads to the system and can
also connect auxiliary devices to the panel’s open collector outputs to expand the basic system. Combined
current requirements of additional modules may require an auxiliary power supply. Refer to the Standby
Battery Power Calculation section in this guide when calculating power requirements. In addition, up to 32
points of zone expansion can be added to the XR40, and 16 points to the XR20 and XRSuper6.
3.2
Wiring Diagram
The system wiring diagram in Figure 1, on the following page, shows some of the accessory devices you can
connect for use in various applications. A complete description of each module follows.
3.3
Lightning Protection
Metal Oxide Varistors and Transient Voltage Suppressors help protect against voltage surges on input and
output circuits. A transorb is provided for the Smoke Detector Output Circuit (Terminal 11). This transient
protection provides additional resistance to electrical surges such as lighting. Additional surge protection is
available by installing the DMP 370 or 370RJ Lightning Suppressors.
3.4
Accessory Devices
Interface Adaptor and Interface Cards
733, 734 Wiegand Interface
Cards
Provides system codeless entry, and arming and disarming using access control readers.
Zone and Output Expansion Modules
710 Bus Splitter/Repeater
Allows you to increase keypad wiring distance to 2500 feet.
711 Single Point Zone Expanders
Provides one Class B zone for connecting burglary devices.
714, 714-8, 714-16 Zone
Expanders
Provides Class B zones for connecting burglary and non-powered fire devices.
712-8 Zone Expander
Provides Class B zones for connecting burglary devices.
715, 715-8, 715-16 Zone
Expanders
Provides 12 VDC Class B powered zones for connecting smoke detectors, glassbreak
detectors, and other 2- or 4-wire devices.
DMP Two-Way Wireless Devices
1100D/*1100DH/*1100DI Wireless Supports transmitters in residential or commercial wireless operation.
Receivers
1101 Universal Transmitter
Provides both internal and external contacts that may be used at the same time to yield two
individual reporting zones from one wireless transmitter.
1102 Universal Transmitter
Provides an external contact.
* 1114 Four-Zone Expander
Provides four wireless zones
* 1116 Relay Output
Provides one Form C relay
* 1117 LED Annunciator
Provides a visual system status indicator
* 1121 PIR Motion Detector
Provides motion detection with pet immunity.
1125 PIR Motion Detector
Provides multiple lens configurations, dual coverage area selection, and sensitivity
adjustments.
* 1129 Glassbreak Detector
Detects the shattering of framed glass mounted in an outside wall and provides full-pattern
coverage and false-alarm immunity.
* 1139 Bill Trap
Provides a silent alarm option for retail and banking cash drawers.
1142BC Two-button Panic Belt
Clip Transmitter
Provides portable two-button panic operation.
1142 Two-button Panic
Transmitter
Provides permanently mounted under-the-counter two-button panic operation.
* 1145 (Four-Button)
* 1146 (Two-Button)
* 1147 (One-Button)
Key Fob transmitters designed to clip onto a key ring or lanyard.
*These devices have not been investigated by a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL).
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3.4
Accessory Devices continued
1161 Residential Smoke Detector Residential smoke detector with sounder.
1162 Residential Smoke Detector Residential smoke/heat detector with sounder and fixed rate-of-rise heat detector
Accessory Modules and Keypads
iCOMsl Network Alarm Router
Allows network connection for alarm communication
* ePAD™ Virtual Keypads
Allows users to control the security system from any computer in the world using the
Internet.
LCD keypads
Allows you to control the panel from various remote locations. Connect up to four keypads
on XRSuper6 and XR20, and up to eight keypads on the XR40. Model 690/690F, 790/790F,
693/793 Security Command™ keypads, 7060/7160, 7063/7163, 7070/7170, 7073/7173
Thinline™ keypads, 7060A, 7063A, 7070A, 7073A Aqualite™ keypads, 7360, 7363 Thinline Icon
Series keypads, or 7760 Clear Touch™ keypad to the keypad bus using terminals 7, 8, 9, and
10.
* These devices have not been investigated by a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL).
3.5
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Wiring Diagram
EPROM
Socket
USE MARKING
HOUSEHOLD FIRE WIRING
NFPA 72
HouseholdFireandBurglaryWarningSystem
Recognizedlimitedenergycablemustbe
This equipment should be installed in accordance with Chapter 2
Control Unit.
usedforconnectionofallinitiating,
of the National Fire Alarm Code, ANSI/NFPA72-1996,(National
indicating,andsupplementarydevices.
Fire Protection Association, Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA
CommercialBurglarandHoldupAlarmSystem
02269).Printedinformationdescribingproperinstallation,
Control Unit.
POWER LIMITED
operation,testing,maintenance,evacuationplanning,andrepair
TYPES OF SERVICE
All panel circuits comply with the
service is to be provided with this equipment. Warning:Owner’s
Whenusedwiththe350AorEnclosure:
requirements for inherent power limitation
instruction notice, not to be removed by anyone except occupant.
Suitable for Local and Police Connect
and are Class 2.
Mercantile Premises with Standard Line
See the panel
Security, Local and Police Connect
Command
Installation Guide
J11
Mercantile
Processor Reset
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40
1
(LT-0624)foralist
2
J16
Safe and Vault with Standard Line
RJ
Cable
Monitor
3
Command
of approved 2-wire
4
J7. Use DMP Model
Security,
Processor™ Panel
smoke detectors.
ACWiringmustbeinconduitandexitout
306 Harness
DACT Central Station and proprietary.
the left side of the enclosure.
J7
Zone 10 compatibility
Suitable for Household Fire and
U11
identifier:A
Wiringonterminals5through26mustexit
HouseholdBurglary. Test weekly.
J4
rightandmaintaina1/4"separationfrom
RJ SUP
theACandbatterypositivewiring.
Maximum operating
Suitable for Standard Line
Phone Jack Connector
range:
Network Security.
J8
8.8 VDC - 14.2 VDC.
RED
SIA CP-01-2000 minimum system is
ProgrammerHeaderJ8 PROG
Minimumvoltageon
XRSuper6, XR20, XR40
Use DMP Model 330 Harness
Auxiliary output to
UL listed local Bell,
Pluginto
process Sensor trips
and off premise DACT
Terminals 5-20 are Power Limited.
120 VAC
is 10.2 VDC.
communication to an
60 Hz
AC AC +B -B BELL GND RED YEL GRN BLK SMK Z1 GND Z2 Z3 GND Z4 Z5 GND Z6 Z7 GND Z8 Z9 Z10+ Z10outlet not
SCS-1R receiver plus
controlled
Listed Resistors
ANSI/SIA CP-01-2000
by switch.
8
9 10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
2
4
5
6
7
1
3
1.0k Ohm classifiedcompatible
s s
16 to 18
DMP Model 311
DMP keypads as
gaugewire
3.3k Ohm indicated in the
s
Bell
Keypad Smoke Zones 1 to 9 (1-5 on XRSuper6)
Zone 10
DMP Model 309
Maximum AC
installationguide.
s
Switched
1K Ohm EOL
3.3K Ohm EOL
Bus
Wire distance –
Voltage
on
each
zone
DMP Transformers
16gaugewire:70feet
Heat detectors, manual pull stations, or any other
Output
Model 320 – 16.5 VAC 40 VA
18gaugewire:40feet
shortingdevice.Unlimitednumberofunits.
Class 2 wire-in.
Bell — 10.4 - 13.2 VDC
Verification Control Unit Smoke
Detector
Model 321 – 16.5 VAC 40 VA
RED
Zone
Delay
Model
Delay
Totalcurrent:1.5Ampsmax.w/40VA
Class2plug-in.
Household System
Analarmsoundingdevicemust
be installed indoors so that it is
clearlyheardinallsleepingareas.
BLACK
Cold Water Pipe
Earth Ground
AUX — Up to 500mA auxiliary current
at 10.4 to 13.2 VDC from Terminal 7.
Smoke Output: — 100mA at
10.4 to 13.2 VDC Terminal 11.
10
13.6 sec.
______
____sec.
ForWirelessDevices,ControlUnitdelayis0(zero).
Secondary Power Supply
1.2Ampsmaximumchargingcurrent.Useonly
12VDCrechargeablebatteries.DMPModel367.
Replace every 3 to 5 years.
Figure 1: System Wiring Diagram
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Installation
4.1
Mounting the Enclosure
The metal enclosure must be mounted in a secure, dry place to protect the panel from damage due to
tampering or the elements. It is not necessary to remove the PCB when installing the enclosure. The PCB
may be installed in the standard 340 enclosure the optional 349 Medium enclosure or 341 Kiosk enclosure.
The XRSuper6, XR20, or XR40 panels may optionally be installed in the 350A Grade A enclosures.
Note: When using the Model 341 enclosure for UL Listed applications, use the Model 350, 349, 341, or 352S
enclosure for standby batteries.
Slide panel PCB into lower enclosure slots
Model 349 Enclosure
Enclosure Mounting Holes
Slide panel PCB between formed metal supports
J4
Phone Jack
Connector
Model 340 Enclosure
J16
Command Processor
Reset
Enclosure
Mounting
Hole
1
2
3
4
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40
Enclosure
Mounting
Hole
J11
J4
Phone Jack
Connector
Panel
PCB
screw
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40
Panel
PCB
screw
J16
1
2
3
Command Processor
4
J1111 J11
Reset
Enclosure Mounting
Holes
Panel
PCB
screw
Panel
PCB
screw
Dual 1/2" and 3/4" Conduit Knockout
Dual 1/2" and 3/4" Conduit Knockouts
Enclosure Mounting Holes
Enclosure Mounting Holes
Battery Shelf
Battery Shelf
Figure 2: Standard 340 Enclosure (left) or Optional 349 Enclosure (right)
Model 341 Enclosure and Lid
Lid Mounting Holes (4 places)
Lid Mounting
Holes (4 places)
J16
J11
1
2
3
4
RJ SUP
XRsuper6/XR20/XR40
Command Processor™
Panel
J7
J4
Phone Jack Connector
J8
RED
PROG
1
2
3
4
5
AC
AC
+B
-B
BELL
6
GND
7
RED
8
YEL
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
GRN
BLK
SMK
GND
Z1
GND
Z2
Z3
GND
Z4
Z5
GND
Z6
Z7
GND
Z8
Z9
Z10+
27
Z10-
Enclosure Mounting Holes (4 places)
Tamper Mounting Holes
(Upper and Lower)
Dual 1/2" and 3/4" Conduit Knockouts (7 places)
Figure 3: Optional 341 Enclosure
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4.2
Mounting Keypads
DMP keypads have removable covers that allow the base to be mounted on a wall or other flat surface using
the screw holes provided on each corner.
For mounting keypads on solid walls,
or for applications where conduit is
required, use a DMP 695, 696, 775, or
776 keypad conduit backbox.
4.3
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40
Command Processor
Panel
AC AC +B –B BELL GND
Battery
Installation Specifications
Several factors determine the
performance characteristics of the
keypad bus: the length of wire used,
the number of devices connected, and
the voltage at each device. When
planning a keypad bus installation,
keep in mind the following four
specifications:
318 Battery
Harness
To AC
Red
PTC
318 Battery
Harness
Red
Black
PTC
2
3
4
5
6
Panel Red and
Black Battery Cables
14 AWG to
Earth Ground
To Bell
Circuit
Black
Battery
1
Battery
1.DMP recommends using 18 or
Figure 4: Wiring Multiple Batteries
22-gauge unshielded wire for
all keypad circuits. Do not use twisted pair or shielded wire for keypad bus data circuits. All 22-gauge
wire must be connected to a power-limited circuit and jacket wrapped.
2.On keypad bus circuits, to maintain auxiliary power integrity when using 22-gauge wire do not exceed
500 feet. When using 18-gauge wire do not exceed 1,000 feet. To increase the wire length or to add
devices, install an additional power supply that is UL listed for Fire Protective Signaling, power limited,
and regulated (12 VDC nominal) with battery backup.
Note: Each panel allows a specific number of supervised keypads. Add additional keypads in the
unsupervised mode. Refer to the panel installation guide for the specific number of supervised keypads
allowed.
3.Maximum distance for any one bus circuit (length of wire) is 2,500 feet regardless of the wire gauge.
This distance can be in the form of one long wire run or multiple branches with all wiring totaling no
more than 2,500 feet. As wire distance from the panel increases, DC voltage on the wire decreases.
4.Maximum voltage drop between the panel (or auxiliary power supply) and any device is 2.0 VDC. If the
voltage at any device is less than the required level, add an auxiliary power supply at the end of the
circuit. When voltage is too low, the devices cannot operate properly.
For additional information refer to the 710/710F Installation Sheet (LT-0310) and or the LX-Bus/Keypad Bus
Wiring Application Note (LT-2031).
Primary Power Supply
5.1
AC terminals 1 and 2
Connect the transformer wires to terminals 1 and 2 on the panel. Use no more than 70 ft. of 16 gauge, or 40
ft. of 18 gauge, wire between the transformer and the panel.
Always ground the panel before applying power to any devices: The panel must be properly grounded
before connecting any devices or applying power to the panel. Proper grounding protects against
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) that can damage system components. See Earth ground, in the Secondary
Power Supply section.
5.2
Transformer Types
The transformer for the panel is 16.5 VAC 40 VA, which provides up to 1.5 Amps of bell output current,
500mA of auxiliary current, and 100mA of smoke detector output. You can use either the Model 320 wire-in
or 321 plug-in transformer with the panel. The total current available is limited by the total battery standby
requirements of the installation.
The transformer must be connected to a 120 VAC 60 Hz commercial power outlet that is not con­trolled by a
wall switch. Never share the transformer output with any other equipment.
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Secondary Power Supply
6.1
Battery Terminals 3 and 4
Connect the black battery lead to the negative battery terminal. The negative terminal connects to the
enclosure ground internally through the XRSuper6, XR20, or XR40 circuit board. Connect the red battery
lead to the positive battery terminal. Observe polarity when connecting the battery.
Add a second battery in parallel using the DMP Model 318 Dual Battery Harness. DMP requires each battery
be separated by a PTC in the battery harness wiring to protect each battery from a reversal or short
within the circuit. See Figure 4.
Use sealed lead-acid batteries only: Use the DMP Model 367, 12 VDC 7.0 Ah sealed lead-acid rechargeable
battery. Batteries supplied by DMP or manufactured by Eagle Picher or Yuasa have been tested to ensure
proper charging with DMP products.
GEL CELL BATTERIES CANNOT BE USED WITH THE XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 PANEL.
6.2
Earth Ground
Terminal 4 of the panel must be connected to earth ground using 14 gauge or larger wire to provide proper
transient suppression. DMP recommends connecting to a metal cold water pipe or ground rod only. Do not
connect to electrical conduit or a telephone company ground.
6.3
Replacement Period
DMP recommends replacing the battery every 3 to 5 years under normal use.
6.4
Discharge/Recharge
The panel battery charging circuit float charges at 13.9 VDC at a maximum current of 1.2 Amps using a 40 VA
transformer. The total current available is reduced by the combined auxiliary current draw from terminals
7, 11, and 25. The various battery voltage levels are listed below:
Battery Trouble:
Battery Restored:
6.5
Below 11.9 VDC
Above 12.6 VDC
Battery Supervision
The panel tests the battery once every hour when AC power is present. This test occurs 15 minutes past
each hour and lasts for five seconds. A load is placed on the battery and if its voltage falls below 11.9 VDC a
low battery is detected. If AC power has failed, a low battery is detected any time the battery voltage falls
below 11.9 VDC.
If a low battery is detected with AC power present, the test is repeated every two minutes until the battery
charges above 12.6 VDC; the battery restored voltage. If a faulty battery is replaced with a fully charged
battery, the restored battery will not be detected until the next two-minute test is done.
6.6
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Power Requirements
During AC power failure, the panel and all auxiliary devices connected draw their power from the battery.
All devices must be taken into consideration when calculating the battery standby capacity. On the
following page is a list of the power requirements of the panel. Add the additional current draw of DMP
keypads, smoke detector output, and any other auxiliary devices used in the system for the total current
required. The total is then multiplied by the total number of standby hours required to arrive at the total
Ampere-hours required.
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6.7
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Standby Battery Calculations
Standby Battery Power Calculations
Alarm Current
Command Processor Panel
Active Zones 1-9 (1-5 on XRSuper6)
Active Zone 10 (Zone 6 on XRSuper6)
2-Wire Smoke Detectors
Panel Bell Output
x
x
x
1100D Wireless Receiver
x
1100DI Wireless Receiver
x
50mA
1.6mA
4mA
0.1mA
______mA
______
______
______
50mA
*2mA
30mA
0.1mA
Max.
______mA
______
______
______
______
Qty ______
Qty ______
Qty ______
1500mA
x
x
x
x
40mA ______
Qty ______
x
40mA ______
30mA ______
Qty ______
x
30mA ______
1100DH Wireless Receiver
x 160mA ______
Qty ______
x
160mA ______
690/690F Security Command Keypad
693 Security Command Keypad
790/790F Security Command Keypad
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
793 Security Command Keypad
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
7060/7160 Thinline/7060A Aqualite Keypad
7063/7163 Thinline/7063A Aqualite Keypad
7360 Thinline Icon Keypad
7363 Thinline Icon Keypad
7070/7170 Thinline/7070A Aqualite Keypad
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
7073/7173 Thinline/7073A Aqualite Keypad
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
733 Wiegand Interface Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
734 Wiegand Interface Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
736P POPIT Interface Module
Radionics Popex, POPITs, OctoPOPITs
738A Ademco Wireless Interface Module
x
x
x
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
84mA
120mA
84mA
*2mA
120mA
*2mA
87mA
100mA
67mA
80mA
87mA
*2mA
100mA
*2mA
30mA
*2mA
15mA
*2mA
25mA
___mA
75mA
708 Bus Extender Module (one pair)
x
Qty ______
x
710 Bus Splitter/Repeater Module
714 Zone Expansion Modules
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
712-8 Zone Expansion Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
714-8, 714-16 Zone Expansion Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
715 Zone Expansion Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
2-Wire Smokes
715-8, 715-16 Zone Expansion Modules
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
2-Wire Smokes
iCOMsl Network Alarm Communicator
FA426 16-Point Receiver
Aux. Powered Devices on Terminals 7 and 11
Other than Keypads and Modules
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
77mA
92mA
77mA
1.6mA
92mA
1.6mA
72mA
85mA
60mA
73mA
72mA
1.6mA
85mA
1.6mA
30mA
1.6mA
15mA
1.6mA
25mA
___mA
75mA
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
20mA ______
30mA
7mA
1.6mA
17mA
1.6mA
20mA
1.6mA
7mA
4mA
.1mA
20mA
4mA
.1mA
80mA
47mA
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______mA
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
Qty ______
Total Standby ______mA
Total Standby______mA x number of Standby Hours ______ =
needed ______mA
Total Alarm
+
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
20mA ______
30mA
7mA
*2mA
17mA
*2mA
20mA
*2mA
7mA
*30mA
.1mA
20mA
*30mA
.1mA
80mA
47mA
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______
______mA
Total Alarm ______mA
________mA-hours
________mA-hours
________mA-hours
Total X .001
* Based on 10% of active zones in alarm condition.
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Bell Output
7.1
Terminals 5 and 6
Nominal 12 VDC is supplied by terminal 5 on the panel to power alarm bells or horns. The output is rated
for a maximum of 1.5 Amps with a 40 VA transformer. This output can be steady, pulsed, or Temporal Code 3
depending upon the Bell Action specified in Output Options programming. Terminal 6 is the ground reference
for the bell circuit.
Keypad Data Bus
8.1
Description
Terminals 7, 8, 9, and 10 of the panel are designated as the keypad data bus. In addition to keypads,
the XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 allows the connection of any combination of zone expansion modules, 5845LX
Glassbreak Detectors, and 6155LX PIRs, to the keypad bus up to the maximum of four devices. The XRSuper6
allows the connection of four zones on address one.
8.2
Terminal 7 - RED
Nominal 12 VDC is supplied at terminal 7 to power Security Command keypads and zone expanders. This is
also where power for any auxiliary device is supplied. The ground reference for terminal 7 is terminal 10.
The maximum output is rated at 500mA. All auxiliary devices totaled together must not exceed the panel’s
maximum current rating of 500mA.
8.3
Terminal 8 - YELLOW
Data receive from keypads and zone expanders.
8.4
Terminal 9 - GREEN
Data transmit to keypads and zone expanders.
8.5
Terminal 10 - BLACK
Terminal 10 is the ground reference for Security Command keypads, zone expanders, and any auxiliary
devices being powered by terminals 7 and 11.
8.6
Programming Connection
A locking 4-pin header (J8) is provided to connect a keypad when using a DMP Model 330 Programming Cable.
This provides a quick and easy connection for programming the panel.
8.7
Keypad Addressing
Address
Panel Zones
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
XRSuper6
Zone Number
XR20
Zone Number
XR40
Zone Number
7-10
21-24
31-34
41-44
*
N/A
N/A
N/A
11-14
21-24
31-34
41-44
*
N/A
N/A
N/A
11-14
21-24
31-34
41-44
51-54
61-64
71-74
81-84
1-6
1-10
1-10
* Note: Address 5 can be used with unsupervised keypads. This allows all 16 zones to be used by Zone
Expansion Modules, such as a 714-16.
Smoke and Glassbreak Detector Output
9.1
Terminal 11
Nominal 12 VDC at 100mA maximum (shared by terminal 25) is supplied at terminal 11 to power 4-wire
smoke detectors or other auxiliary powered devices. This output can be turned off by the user for 5 seconds
using the Sensor Reset option in the User Menu. Terminal 10 is the ground reference for terminal 11.
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Burglary Zones
10.1 Description
On XR20/XR40 panels, terminals 12 to 24 are the nine burglary zones. For programming purposes, the zone
numbers are 1 to 9. The zone configurations on terminals 12 to 24 are described below. The XRSuper6
terminals 12 to 18 are the five burglary zones with terminal 16 providing the ground for zone 5 (terminal 18).
Terminal Function
Terminal
Function
12
Zone 1 voltage sensing
19
Ground for zones 5 & 6
13
Ground for zones 1 & 2
20
Zone 6 voltage sensing
14
Zone 2 voltage sensing
21
Zone 7 voltage sensing
15
Zone 3 voltage sensing
22
Ground for zones 7, 8, & 9
16
Ground for zones 3 & 4 (& 5 on XRSuper6) 23
Zone 8 voltage sensing
17
Zone 4 voltage sensing
24
Zone 9 voltage sensing
18
Zone 5 voltage sensing
The voltage sensing terminal measures the voltage across the 1k Ohm End-of-Line resistor and the zone’s
ground terminal. Dry contact sensing devices can be used in series (normally-closed) or in parallel
(normally-open) with any of the burglary protection zones.
10.2 Operational Parameters
Each burglary protection zone detects three conditions: open, normal, and short.
The parameters for each are listed below:
Condition
Open
Normal
Short
Resistance on zone
over 1300 ohms
600 to 1300 ohms
under 600 ohms
1K Ohm
Normally
Closed
Voltage on right terminal
over 2.0 VDC
1.2 to 2.0 VDC
under 1.2 VDC
1K Ohm
Normally Open
1K Ohm
Combination Normally Open
and Normally Closed
Figure 5: Protection Zone Contact Wiring
10.3 Zone Response Time
A condition must be present on a zone for 500 milliseconds before it is detected by the panel. Ensure
detection devices used on the protec­tion zones are rated for use with this delay.
10.4 Keyswitch Arming Zone
You can use a momentary keyswitch on a zone programmed as an Arming type for use in arming and
disarming the system without a code.
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Powered Zone for 2-Wire Smoke Detectors
11.1 Terminals 25 and 26
A resettable 2-wire Class B powered zone is provided on terminals 25 (positive) and 26 (negative) of the
panel. For programming purposes, the zone number is 10 on the XR20/XR40 and zone 6 on the XRSuper6.
The zone uses a Model 309, 3.3k Ohm EOL resistor (provided with the panel) and has an operating range of
8.8 to 14.2 VDC.
The UL compatibility identifier is: A.
Caution: Sensor reset on zone 10 (zone 6 on the XRSuper6) will drop power to devices on this zone, causing
the panel to sense an open condition on all zone types other than Fire, Fire Verify, and Supervisory.
Whenever non-Fire and non-Supervisory zone types are used on zone 10, make the appropriate adjustments
to the zone’s Armed Action to prevent false alarms from occurring.
Manufacturer
Model
Detector
ID
Base
Base
ID
# of
Detectors
Zone
Expansion
Modules
Detection Systems
DS250, DS250TH
B
MB2W, MB2WL
A
10
715, 715-8,
715-16, 725
Detection Systems
DS250HD
B
MB2W, MB2WL
A
10
715, 715-8,
715-16
Detection Systems
DS282, DS282TH
B
10
715, 715-8,
715-16, 725
DMP/Hochiki
SLK-835
HD-5
HSB-200,
HSB-200N
HB-55
7
715, 715-8,
715-16
DMP/Hochiki
SLR-835
HD-3
NS6-100
HB-55
7
715, 715-8,
715-16, 725
DMP/Hochiki
SLR-835B
HD-6
7
715, 715-8,
715-16, 725
Sentrol/ESL
429AT, 521B, 521BXT
S09A
12
715, 715-8,
715-16
System Sensor
1100, 1400
STD
10
715
System Sensor
1151, 2151
STD
B110PL, B401
10/10
715, 725
System Sensor
1451, 2451TH
STD
B401, B401B
10
715
System Sensor
1451DH
STD
DH400
10
715
System Sensor
2100, 2100T
STD
10
715
System Sensor
2100S, 2100TS
A
12
725
System Sensor
2400, 2400AT, 2400AIT, 2400TH
STD
10
715
System Sensor
2451
STD
10
715
System Sensor
2W-B, 2WT-B
A
10
715, 715-8,
715-16
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Annunciator Outputs
12.1 Description
The four annunciator outputs can be programmed to indicate the activity of the panel’s zones or conditions
occurring on the system. Annunciator outputs do not provide a voltage but instead switch-to-ground voltage
from another source. The outputs can respond to any of the conditions listed below:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Activation by zone condition: Steady, Pulse, Momentary, or Follower 7) Exit and Entry timers
Manually from the keypad
8) System Ready
Communication failure
9) Ground start activation
Armed area annunciation
10) Cellular Backup
Fire Alarm or Fire Trouble
11) Late to Close
Ambush alarm
12.2 Harness Wiring
The open collector outputs are accessible by installing the DMP 300 Harness on the 4-pin header labeled
J11. The output locations are shown below. For UL applications, devices connected to the outputs must be
located within the same room as the panel.
Output Color Wire
1
Red
1
2
Yellow 2
Output Color Wire
3
Green 3
4
Black 4
12.3 Model 860 Relay Module
Connect a Model 860 Relay Module to the panel to provide relays for the annunciator outputs that can be
used for electrical isolation between the alarm panel and other systems or for switching voltage to control
various functions. The module includes one relay and provides three additional sockets for expansion of up
to four relays. Power is supplied to the relay coils from the panel keypad bus. The 860 mounts inside the
panel enclosure using the 3-hole mounting configuration. Plastic standoffs are provided with the module for
ease of installation. A 4-wire harness is also provided that connects the Model 860 to the DMP panel.
Relay Contact Rating: 1 Amp at 30 VDC
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Telephone RJ Connector
13.1 Description
Connect the panel to the public telephone network by installing a DMP 356 RJ Cable between the panel’s J4
connector and the RJ31X or RJ38X phone jack.
A two pin header labeled RJ SUP (J7) is provided to allow monitoring of the telephone cable connected
between the panel and a RJ38X jack (pins 2 and 7 jumpered). Attach a DMP Model 306 Harness between J7
and any available zone. The J7 pins are connected via the telephone cable to the RJ38X jack pins 2 and 7.
The RJ38X jack provides a jumper between pins 2 and 7 which completes the circuit. Program the zone as a
Supervisory type (SV). When the telephone cable is removed, the keypad displays zone trouble and produces
a steady tone.
To Telephone
Line
Ring
Tip
5
4
6
3
7
2
1
8
To Premise
Phone(s)
Ring1
RJ31X or RJ38X
Phone Block
Tip 1
Figure 7: Phone Jack Wiring
13.2 FCC Registration
The panel complies with FCC part 68 and is registered with the FCC.
Registration number: CCKUSA - 18660 - AL - R
Ringer Equivalence: 1.1B
13.3 Notification
Registered terminal equipment must not be repaired by the user. In case of trouble, the device must be
immediately unplugged from the telephone jack. The factory warranty provides for repairs. Registered
terminal equipment may not be used on party lines or in connection with coin telephones. No­tification must
be given to the telephone company with the following information:
a.
b.
c.
d.
The particular line(s) the service is connected to
The FCC registration number
The ringer equivalence
The make, model, and serial number of the device
13.4 Ground Start
To configure the panel for ground start operation, you must install the appropriate ground start module and
program one of the panel’s available annunciator outputs for Ground Start operation. Refer to the panel
Programming Guide for complete programming information. This option must not be selected on a UL listed
system.
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Compliance
Reset Jumpers J16
14.1 Description
A pair of jumper wires are located at the top right of the panel circuit board labeled RESET. Momentarily
shorting these jumper wires allows you to reset the microprocessor. Resetting the panel allows you to enter
the panel’s internal programmer.
To reset the panel when first installing the system, place the blade of a slotted screwdriver across the two
reset jumper wires after applying power to the panel.
To reset the panel while the system is operational (for example, prior to reprogramming), you can short the
jumper wires without powering down the system.
After resetting the panel for programming, you must begin within 30 minutes. If you wait longer than 30
minutes, you will have to reset the panel again.
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40
Command Processor™ Panel
J16
Reset
J7
J4
Momentarily touch J16 jumper
wires with a screwdriver blade
to reset the panel.
RJ SUP
Phone Jack
Connector
J8
RED
PROG
AC
AC
+B
-B
1
2
3
4
BELL GND RED YEL GRN BLK SMK Z1 GND Z2
5
6
7
8
9
10
11 12
13
14
Z3 GND Z4
Z5 GND Z6
15
18
16
17
19
20
Z7 GND Z8
21
22
23
Z9 Z10+ Z1024
25
26
Figure 8: XRSuper6, XR20, XR40 Panel Showing the Reset Jumper Wires
Universal Burglary Specifications
15.1 Introduction
The programming and installation specifications contained in this section must be completed when installing
the XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 in accordance with any of the UL burglary standards. Additional specifications may
be required by a particular standard.
15.2 Wiring
All wiring must be in accordance with NEC, ANSI/NFPA 70, UL 681, and UL 611 for all burglary installations.
15.3 Police Station Phone Numbers
The digital dialer telephone number programmed for communication must not be a police station phone
number, unless that phone number is specifically provided for that purpose.
15.4 Bypass Reports
The bypass reports must be programmed as YES for all UL burglary applications. See LT-0305.
15.5 System Maintenance
Proper installation and regular maintenance by the installing alarm company and frequent testing by the end
user is essential to ensure continuous satisfactory operation of any alarm system. Offering a maintenance
program and acquainting the user with the correct procedure for use and testing of the system is also the
responsibility of the installing alarm company.
15.6 Cross-Zoning
Zones used for cross zoning must detect the same event and shall not conflict with UL 681 or 1641.
15.7 Ground Start
Ground Start phone lines must not be used for UL listed systems.
15.8 Listed Receivers
Operation has been verified with the DMP SCS-1R Security Receivers, Sur-Gard MLR2-E, SG-HLR2-DG, FBII
CP220PB, Osborne-Hoffman Quick-Alert, and Radionics D6500 receivers.
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ANSI/UL 1023 Specifications
Household Burglar-Alarm System Units
16.1 Bell Cutoff
The bell cutoff time cannot be less than five minutes. See the XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide
(LT‑0305).
16.2 Entry Delay
The maximum entry delay used must not be more than 45 seconds. See the XRSuper6/XR20/XR40
Programming Guide (LT-0305).
16.3 Exit Delay
The maximum exit delay used must not be more than 60 seconds. See the Programming Guide (LT-0305).
16.4 Zone Expansion on 4-Wire Bus
When expansion zones are used, the keypad and zone expander 4-wire bus must be limited to three feet
in length unless an external communication fail indicator is added. A 12 VDC relay may be wired as a
communication fail indicator. To install, connect the negative side of the indicator to one of the panel’s
annunciator outputs and the positive side to the smoke power (terminal 11 of the panel). See the XRSuper6/
XR20/XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305).
In addition to the wiring described above, a 24-hour zone must be programmed to activate the appropriate
annunciator output.
16.5 Wireless External Contact
When used, the External Contact of 1101, 1102, or 1103 must be programmed Normally Closed. See the
XRSuper6, XR20, XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305).
16.6 Wireless Supervision Time
The Zone Information Supervision Time cannot be set to 0 (zero). See the XRSuper6, XR20, XR40
Programming Guide (LT-0305).
16.7 Wireless Audible Annunciation
The Wireless Audible option must be selected as DAY for residential applications.
ANSI/UL 1610 and ANSI/UL 1076 Specifications
Central-Station and Proprietary Burglar-Alarm Units
17.1 Opening/Closing Reports
The Opening/Closing Reports option must be programmed as YES. See the Programming Guide (LT-0305).
17.2 Automatic Bell Test
This option must be programmed as YES. See the XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305).
17.3 Proprietary Dialer
The Model XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 provide proprietary service when configured as a digital dialer.
17.4 Standard Line Network Security
Standard Line Security is provided when configured as a NET system using an XRSuper6, XR20, or XR40 panel
with an iCOMSL™ Network Alarm Router. The NET Check-in time must be set from 01 to 06 minutes. When a
dialer is required for 06 minute check-in time, an attack resistant enclosure (DMP Model 350A) is required.
When the check-in time is set to a number less than 200 seconds (1, 2, or 3 minutes), an attack resistant
enclosure is not required. See the Communication section of the XRSuper6, XR20, XR40 Programming Guide
(LT-0305).
17.5 Wireless Arming Mode
The System Options Mode for arming must be programmed as Area or All/Perimeter (A/P). See the
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305).
17.6 Wireless Tamper
The Zone Information Disarmed Open Message to Transmit must be programmed Trouble (T). See the
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305).
17.7 Wireless External Contact
When used, the External Contact of 1101, 1102, or 1103 must be programmed Normally Closed. See the
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305).
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17.8 Wireless Supervision Time
The Zone Information Supervision Time cannot be set to 0 (zero). See the XRSuper6, XR20, XR40
Programming Guide (LT-0305).
17.7 Wireless Audible Annunciation
The Wireless Audible option must be selected as ANY for commercial applications.
ANSI/UL 636 Specifications
Holdup Alarm Units
18.1 UL 1610 Required
The programming and installation specifications contained in this section must be completed in addition to
UL 1610 Specifications when installing a Model 1142 with a Model XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 panel.
18.2 1100D Wireless Receiver
The Model 1100D Wireless Receiver in conjunction with the Model 1142 Holdup Alarm Transmitter must be
installed in the system.
18.3 Wireless Supervision Time
The Zone Information Supervision Time must be a maximum of 60 minutes. See the XRSuper6, XR20, XR40
Programming Guide (LT-0305).
18.4 LED Display
The LED Operation option display must be set to NO when using a Model 1142 Holdup Alarm Transmitter. See
the XRSuper6, XR20, XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305).
18.5 Jamming Detection
The Detect Wireless Jamming option must be set to YES. See the XRSuper6, XR20, XR40 Programming Guide
(LT‑0305).
18.6 Local Alarm
The Bell Action for a PN (Panic) type zone must be programmed as N (None). See the XRSuper6, XR20, XR40
Programming Guide (LT‑0305).
18.7 Message to Transmit
The Armed Open and Armed Short messages for a PN (Panic) type zone must be programmed to A (Alarm).
See the XRSuper6, XR20, XR40 Programming Guide (LT‑0305).
18.8 Wireless Audible Annunciation
The Wireless Audible option must be selected as ANY for commercial applications.
ANSI/UL 1635 Specifications
Digital Burglar Alarm Communicator System Units
19.1 Digital Dialer Telephone Number
Both programmed telephone numbers must begin with a D or P. See the Programming Guide (LT-0305).
19.2 Entry Delay
The maximum entry delay used must not be more than 60 seconds. See the Programming Guide (LT-0305).
19.3 Exit Delay
The maximum exit delay used must not be more than 60 seconds. See the Programming Guide (LT-0305).
19.4 Test Frequency
The Test Frequency option must be programmed to send a report once every 24 hours. See LT-0305.
19.5 Automatic Bell Test
This option must be programmed as YES. See the XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305).
19.6 DACT Central Station
DACT Central Station service can be provided under UL 1635 by adding a local audible signal appliance
and placing the XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 panel and all standby batteries into the Model 350A Attack Resistant
Housing.
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ANSI/UL 365 Specifications
Police Station Connected Systems
20.1 Entry Delay
The maximum entry delay must not exceed 60 seconds with the Model 350A housing. See LT-0305.
20.2 Bell
A local audible signal appliance must be used.
The alarm housing for a mercantile alarm system without a remote alarm transmission connection shall be
mounted on the outside of the building, visible from a public street or highway. It shall be accessible for
examination and repair. It shall also be located not more than four stories above the street level unless:
a) A second alarm sounding device and housing, intended for outside service, is mounted adjacent to the
premises or area of the building in which the alarm system is installed or
b) A second alarm sounding device, intended for inside service, is mounted within the premises.
In either case, the outside alarm sounding device and housing may be mounted as high as the seventh floor.
20.3 Bell Cutoff
The bell cutoff time cannot be less than 15 minutes. See the Programming Guide (LT-0305).
20.4 Automatic Bell Test
The Automatic Bell Test option must be programmed as YES. See the Programming Guide (LT-0305).
20.5 Mercantile
For Mercantile and Police Station Connect operation the XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 panel and all standby
batteries must be mounted in an attack resistant housing (DMP Model 350A).
20.6 Mercantile Safe and Vault
When the DMP Model 350A housing is used, the panel provides operation as a mercantile safe and vault
alarm. Bell Supervision and wiring must be in accordance with UL 681. If the panel is mounted outside the
safe or vault, tamper protection and the Sentrol Model 5402 or Potter EVD listed vibration detectors should
be used. The XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 does not provide operation as a Bank Safe and vault alarm.
20.7 Line Security for Police Connect
Basic line security is provided when the Model XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 is configured as a dialer system.
20.8 Standard Line Network Security
Standard Line Security is provided when configured as a NET system using an XRSuper6, XR20, or XR40 panel
with an iCOMSL™ Network Alarm Router. The NET Check-in time must be set from 01 to 06 minutes. When a
dialer is required for 06 minute check-in time, an attack resistant enclosure (DMP Model 350A) is required.
When the check-in time is set to a number less than 200 seconds (1, 2, or 3 minutes), an attack resistant
enclosure is not required. See the Communication section of the XRSuper6, XR20, XR40 Programming Guide
(LT-0305).
20.9 Wireless Arming Mode
The System Options Mode for arming must be programmed as Area or All/Perimeter (A/P). See the
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305).
20.10Wireless Tamper
The Zone Information Disarmed Open Message to Transmit must be programmed Trouble (T). See the
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305).
20.11Wireless External Contact
When used, the External Contact of 1101, 1102, or 1103 must be programmed Normally Closed. See the
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305).
20.12Wireless Supervision Time
The Zone Information Supervision Time cannot be set to 0 (zero). See the XRSuper6, XR20, XR40
Programming Guide (LT-0305).
20.13Wireless Audible Annunciation
The Wireless Audible option must be selected as ANY for commercial applications.
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ANSI/UL 609 Specifications
Local Burglar Alarm Units and Systems
21.1 Entry Delay
The maximum entry delay must not exceed 60 seconds with the Model 350A housing. See LT-0305.
21.2 Bell
A local audible signal appliance must be used.
In a mercantile burglar alarm system, a mercantile alarm sounding device located within a building but
outside the protected area, is acceptable, provided it is rated for outside service and alarm conditions are
transmitted to:
a) The dispatch location of the law enforcement agency having jurisdiction over the protected property or
b) A central station or residential monitoring station complying with the Standard for Central Station Alarm
Services, UL 827.
In a mercantile burglar alarm system, an alarm sounding device located within the area of greatest
protection, or outside the area of greatest protection but within an area protected by an alarm system and
that shares a common control unit with the system installed in the area of greatest protection, is acceptable
provided it is rated for inside service and alarm conditions are transmitted to:
a) The dispatch location of the law enforcement agency having jurisdiction over the protected property or
b) A central station or residential monitoring station complying with the Standard for Central Station Alarm
Services, UL 827.
An inside sounding device shall be mounted at least 10 feet (3.05 m) above the floor or at the surface of the
ceiling. When there is fixed construction within the area that could provide access for an intruder, the alarm
sounding device shall also be mounted at least 4 feet (1.2 m), as measured horizontally, away from the
edges of the fixed construction or at least 10 feet (3.05 m) above it so as to minimize access by an intruder.
21.3 Bell Cutoff
The bell cutoff time cannot be less than 15 minutes. See the Programming Guide (LT-0305).
21.4 Automatic Bell Test
The Automatic Bell Test option must be programmed as YES. See the Programming Guide (LT-0305).
21.5 Mercantile Safe and Vault
When the DMP Model 350A housing is used, the panel provides operation as a mercantile safe and vault
alarm. Bell Supervision and wiring must be in accordance with UL 681. If the panel is mounted outside the
safe or vault, tamper protection and the Sentrol Model 5402 or Potter EVD listed vibration detectors should
be used. The XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 does not provide operation as a Bank Safe and vault alarm.
21.6 Wireless Arming Mode
The System Options Mode for arming must be programmed as Area or All/Perimeter (A/P). See the
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305).
21.7 Wireless Tamper
The Zone Information Disarmed Open Message to Transmit must be programmed Trouble (T). See the
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305).
21.8 Wireless External Contact
When used, the External Contact of 1101, 1102, or 1103 must be programmed Normally Closed. See the
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305).
21.9 Wireless Supervision Time
The Zone Information Supervision Time cannot be set to 0 (zero). See the XRSuper6, XR20, XR40
Programming Guide (LT-0305).
21.10Wireless Audible Annunciation
The Wireless Audible option must be selected as ANY for commercial applications.
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Compliance
Universal Fire Alarm Specifications
22.1 Introduction
The programming and installation specifications contained in this section must be completed when installing the Model XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 in accordance with any of the UL or NFPA fire standards. Additional
specifications may be required by a particular standard.
22.2 Wiring
All wiring must be in accordance with NEC, ANSI/NFPA 70.
22.3 Police Station Phone Number
The digital dialer telephone number programmed for communication must not be a police station phone
number, unless that phone number is specifically provided for that purpose.
22.4 System Maintenance
Proper installation and regular maintenance by the installing alarm company and frequent testing by the end
user is essential to ensure continuous sat­isfactory operation of any alarm system. Offering a maintenance
program and acquainting the user with the correct procedure for use and testing of the system is also the
responsibility of the installing alarm company.
22.5 Audible Alarm
Fire Type zones must be programmed to activate an audible alarm. The Bell Action for Fire Type zones must not be programmed as N (None). See the XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305).
22.6 Fire zone programming
Fire zones must be programmed to activate a trouble on open conditions and an alarm on short conditions. The swinger bypass function must not be used on any fire zones. See the Programming Guide (LT-0305).
22.7 Ground Start
Ground Start phone lines must not be used for UL listed systems.
22.8 Listed Receivers
Operation has been verified with the DMP SCS-1R Security Receiver, Sur-Gard MLR2-E, SG-HLR2-DG, FBII CP220PB, Osborne-Hoffman Quick-Alert, and Radionics D6500 receivers.
ANSI/UL 985 NFPA 72 (Chapter 2) Specifications
Household Fire Warning System Units
23.1 Bell Output Definition
The bell output of the Model XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 must be programmed to operate steady on burglary
alarms and pulsed on fire alarms. See the XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305).
23.2 Indicating Circuit Supervision
The DMP Models 865 and 866 Notification Circuit Module must be used on the bell circuit for detection of
shorts and grounds.
23.3 Wireless External Contact
When used, the External Contact of 1101, 1102, or 1103 must be programmed Normally Closed. See the
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305).
23.4 Wireless Supervision Time
The Zone Information Supervision Time must be 3 minutes. See the XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming
Guide (LT-0305).
23.5 Wireless Fire Verification
When used, the Model 1161 and 1162 wireless smoke detectors must not be programmed as Fire Verification
(FV) zone type. See the XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305).
California State Fire Marshal Specifications
24.1 Bell Output Definition
The bell output of the Model XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 must be programmed to operate steady on burglary
alarms and temporal on fire alarms. See the XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide (LT-0305).
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False Alarm Reduction Programmable Options *
25.1 Shipping Defaults and Recommended Programming for ANSI/SIA CP-01-2000
SIA CP-01 FEATURE
PARAGRAPH # AND
DESCRIPTION
DMP PROGRAMMING
GUIDE LT‑0305
SECTION #
REQUIREMENT
Required
45 sec. - 250 sec.
(Programmable)
RECOMMENDED
PROGRAMMING*
60 Seconds
Individual keypads
may be disabled per
zone
All
keypads
enabled
All keypads enabled
For re-entry during
exit time
Enabled
Enabled
Required Option
Area 1 = Perimeter
(except for
Area 2 = Interior
remote arming)
Enabled
Enabled for
Residential
Applications
6.6 Exit Delay
4.2.2.2 Progress
Annunciation
9.12 Prewarn Address
Allowed
(XR40 only)
4.2.2.3 Exit Time
Restart
6.6 Exit Delay
Required Option
23.3 Occupied
Premise - See Install
Guide (LT-0624)
SHIPPING
DEFAULT
60
Seconds
4.2.2.1 Exit Time
4.2.2.5 Auto Stay Arm
on Unvacated Premises
RANGE
4.2.4.4 Exit Time and
Progress Annunciation/
Disable - for Remote
Arm
Not Available on
Remote Arming
Allowed Option
4.2.3.1 Entry Delay(s)
6.5 Entry Delay
Required
30 sec. – 240 Sec. **
(Programmable)
Progress Annunciation
Not
Always disabled for
Available
Remote Arming
Disable by zone or
zone type
Remote Arming not
allowed for CP-01
installations.
30
Seconds
At least 30 Seconds **
Enabled
NT DY
EX Zone
Enabled
4.2.5.1 Abort Window –
3.4 Transmit Delay
for Non‑Fire Zones
Required Option
4.2.5.1 Abort Window
Time – for Non-Fire
Zones
3.4 Transmit Delay
Required
20 sec., 30 sec., or
(Programmable) 40 sec. **
30
Seconds
At least 20 Seconds **
4.2.5.1.2 Abort
Annunciation
3.4 Transmit Delay
Annunciate that
Required Option no alarm was
transmitted
Yes
Yes
4.2.5.4.1 Cancel
Annunciation
Annunciate that
Always Enabled - Not
Required Option a Cancel was
Programmable
transmitted (S49)
Always
Enabled
Yes
4.2.6.1 & 4.2.6.2
Duress Feature
User Code + 1 =
Ambush Code Not
Available
4.3.1 Cross Zoning
Allowed Option
No 1 + derivative of
Code +1
another user code/no
Always
duplicates with other
Disabled
user codes
Not Programmable
9.14 Cross Zone
Required Option
Yes/No Zone
Programming
No
Enabled using two or
more programmed
zones
4.3.1 Programmable
Cross Zoning Time
6.7 Cross Zone Time
Allowed
4 sec. - 250 sec.
4 Seconds
Per walk path in
protected premises
4.3.2 Swinger Shutdown
Not Available —
Always On
Required
For all non-fire
zones, shut down
after 1 trip
Always
On
Always On
4.3.2 Swinger Shutdown
9.11 Swinger Bypass
Disable
Allowed
For non-police
response zones
Yes
Enabled (all zones)
4.3.3 Fire Alarm
Verification
9.4 Zone Type
Required Option FV Type Zone
No
Yes as required
(unless sensors can
self verify)
4.5 Call Waiting Cancel
3.16 Telephone
Number
Required Option
Disabled
Enabled if user has
call waiting
Include *70P in
Telephone Number
* Programming at installation may be subordinate to other UL requirements for the intended application.
** For UL Installations, combined Entry Delay and Transmit Delay should not exceed 1 minute.
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False Alarm Reduction Programmable Options (continued)
25.2 Call Waiting (ANSI/SIA CP-01-2000)
The Call Waiting default setting is disabled. To cancel the Call Waiting feature, program * (star) 7 0 P
(pause), the standard telephone code prefix that cancels call waiting, into the telephone number string.
Cancel Call Waiting for telephone lines that have Call Waiting operational on the telephone line. See the
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide (LT‑0305).
Caution: A call waiting cancel programmed on a non-call waiting telephone line, would prevent
communication to the central station.
25.3 Occupied Premise (ANSI/SIA CP-01-2000)
When only two areas are used, and area one is named Perimeter, and area two is named Interior, and no exit
type zone transition occurs during the exit delay because the premise continues to be occupied, the Interior
area will automatically disarm at the end of the exit delay.
25.4 Entry Delay (ANSI/SIA CP-01-2000)
Only use Entry Delay 1. Do not use Entry Delay 2. See the XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Programming Guide
(LT‑0305).
25.5 Local Bell (ANSI/SIA CP-01-2000)
All non-fire zones such as Night, Day, Exit, Aux1 and Aux 2 must be programmed for local bell enabled with
a bell cutoff time set to a minimum of 6 minutes to provide a cancel window of 5 minutes or greater. This
does not apply to manually operated zone types such as Panic and Emergency.
25.6 Minimum Installation Requirements (ANSI/SIA CP-01-2000)
SIA CP-01-2000 minimum system installation requirements include an XRSuper6, XR20, or XR40, a UL listed
local Bell, and off premise DACT communication to an SCS-1R receiver plus one of the following compatible
keypads.
690/690F, 790/790F Security Command™ keypads
693/793 Easy Entry™ keypads
7060, 7063, 7070, or 7073 Thinline™ keypads
7060A, 7063A, 7070A, or 7073A Aqualite™ keypads
7760 Clear Touch™ keypad
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Troubleshooting
26.1 Troubleshooting Section
This section of the Installation Guide provides troubleshooting information for use when installing or
servicing an XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 system.
Problem
Possible Cause
Possible Solutions
J16 Jumper is installed.
Remove the J16 reset jumper.
Open or short on the green data wire to
Keypad displays “SERVICE REQUIRED” the keypad.
Keypad display is not functional.
When a key is pressed, only a short
beep is emitted.
Keypad beeps when keys are pressed,
but will not allow the user to arm or
disarm, or enter the User Menu.
Check for broken or shorted wires between
the panel and the keypad.
Bad keypad or zone expander.
Replace with a new or repaired keypad or
zone expander.
Open or short on the yellow data wire to
the keypad.
Check for broken or shorted wires between
the panel and the keypad.
Bad keypad or zone expander.
Replace with a new or repaired keypad or
zone expander.
Two or more keypads are assigned to the
same address.
Set each keypad on the system to a unique
address.
26.2 Common LCD Keypad Displays
Listed below are several keypad messages you may see on the display. Follow the instructions in the Possible
Solutions column to correct the problem.
Message
Meaning
Possible Solutions
INVALID CODE
The user code you have entered is not recognized
by the system.
Check the user code and try again.
LATE TO CLOSE
(XR20/XR40 Only)
The system was not armed at its scheduled closing
time.
Users still on the premise should arm the system or
extend the schedule to a later time.
AC TROUBLE
The system is not getting proper power.
Check that the AC connections are good.
BATTERY TROUBLE
The battery is either low or missing.
Check that the battery connections are good and
the battery is still good.
PHONE LINE
TROUBLE
The panel is looking for phone jack supervision.
Install a jumper wire between terminals 2 and 7 on
the phone jack.
SYSTEM TROUBLE or
SERVICE REQUIRED
There is a problem with one or more components in
the system.
Make sure the J16 jumper is removed from the
panel. Make sure there is not a short or open
condition on the green data wire to the keypad. You may also need to check that all of the keypads
and expansion modules on the bus are good. SYSTEM BUSY
The system is performing another task with a
higher priority.
Wait a few moments for the system to complete the
task. Make sure the J16 jumper is not on the panel.
If the message displays for a long period of time,
the processor could be locked up.
There is not a supervised device on the bus.
Program a device to be supervised.
There is low voltage or an open yellow wire.
Make sure all wires are connected.
Two devices share the same address.
Program one of the devices to a unique address.
TRANSMIT FAIL
The panel has attempted to communicate with the
central station 10 times and has not succeeded.
Verify your communication type, account number,
and phone number. Make sure the telephone line is
connected and working properly.
MAN NUMBER
A service man number has been assigned using
Remote Link.
Enter your Service Man Code to obtain access to the
panel.
4-WIRE BUS
TROUBLE
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DMP Model 866
37mA at 12 VDC
1k Ω
Bell T rouble
Bell T rouble
Bell B Ð Output
Bell B + Output
Bell A Ð Output
10
11
9
8
7
6
5
Bell A + Output -
4
Bell Power Ð Input
2
3
1
Bell Power + Input
Alarm Input
Ground
Auxiliary Power
Power Supply
Trouble Contacts
N/C
AUXILIARY
POWER
SUPPLY
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
DMP Model 865
85mA at 12 VDC
S
S
S
S
S
S
12 or 24 VDC
5 Amp Maximum
Notification Circuit Module
12 or 24 VDC
5 Amp Maximum
Bell T rouble
Bell T rouble
Bell Output -
Bell Output +
Bell Power Input
Alarm Input
Ground
Auxiliary Power
Notification Circuit Module
Style W
AUXILIARY
POWER
SUPPLY
2
AC
1
AC
Power Supply
Trouble Contacts
N/C
3
+B
-B
4
J4
BELL
5
GND
6
S
RED
7
8
9
GRN
10
S
BLK
11
SMK
12
13
Z1
14
GND
16
Z3
15
Z2
S = Supervised Circuit
GND
S
GND
17
S
18
Z4
Z5
19
Command Processor Reset
J16
The Auxiliary Power Supply and Indicating Circuit Module
trouble contact zone must be programmed as a Supervisory
Type zone and must be selected for display in the keypad
status list.
YEL
Phone Jack Connector
NOTE: If an auxiliary supply is not used,
terminals 3 and 4 on the 866 Indicating
Circuit Module can be jumpered together
to supply bell power from the XR20 panel.
A maximum of 1.5 Amps at 12 VDC is
available from terminal 5 of the XRSuper6.
Each 865 Notification Circuit Module
in alarm draws up to 85mA from its
terminal 3 alarm input.
UL Listed, Polarized
Indicating Devices.
Style Z
Each 866 Indicating Circuit Module
in alarm draws up to 35mA from its
terminal 3 alarm input.
UL Listed, Polarized
notification Devices.
10k Ω EOL Resistor
DMP Model 308
U11
Z6+
EPROM Socket
Optional Module installation
Z6-
J11
1
2
3
4
Wiring Diagrams
Wiring Diagrams
27.1 Multiple Indicating Circuit Module Installation
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Wiring Diagrams
27.2 Installation for Derived Channel Burglary
J16
Command Processor Reset
J11
1
2
3
4
Phone Jack
Connector
DCX Systems
STU-2Z
RJ31X
Telco Jack
J4
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40
Command Processor Panel
1 2 3 4 5 6
ProgramZone1
(terminal12)
as a
Supervisory
Zone
Use EOL Termination
Assembly P/N 21024-0003
(590Ohm1/2WResistor)
AC
AC
+B
-B
BELL
GND
RED
YEL
GRN
BLK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Panel Auxiliary Power - Terminal 7
S
S
SM K G ND
11
12
S
Z1
GND
Z2
Z3
GND
Z4
Z5
GND
Z6
Z7
GND
Z8
Z9 +
Z9 -
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
Z10 + Z10 27
28
S = Supervised Circuit
Panel Common - Terminal 10
Supervisory Zone Input - Terminal 13
Note 1
Note 1
Note 1: Use EOL Termination Assembly P/N
21024-0001(2.2kOhm1/2WResistor).
INTERFACING STU-2Z/STU-4Z TO THE
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 PANELS
The STU-2Z or STU-4Z may only be used in conjunction with telephone
systems that support DCX Systems Derived Channel multiplex network.
The STU-2Z or STU-4Z can only be installed in a DMP Model 350
enclosure.
Burglary
The STU-2Z and STU-4Z are cross listed with the XRSuper6/XR20/XR40
panels as an accessory for Grade AA Central Station Burglar Alarm. For
Grade AA, the following conditions must be met:
• The panel must be installed and programmed to meet Grade A
burglary alarm system requirements.
• The panel must be installed and programmed for reporting all alarm
conditions through the integral DACT to the same central station
that monitors the STU-2Z or STU-4Z.
• The STU-2Z or STU-4Z must be mounted in the panel enclosure and
wired according to Section 32.4 above.
• Once installed, the central station must enable 2-minute off-hook
polling of the STU-2Z or STU-4Z.
Supplementary Reporting (for Commercial Burglar Alarm Applications)
The two zones of the STU-2Z or the four zones of the STU-4Z may
be used for supplementary reporting by meeting the following
requirements.
1.Program Relay Output #1 for all alarm conditions that are required
to report alarm on Zone 1 of the STU-2Z or STU-4Z.
2.Program Relay Output #2 for all alarm conditions that are required
to report alarm on Zone 2 of the STU-2Z or STU-4Z.
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3.Wire the normally-open terminals of Relay Output #1 to Terminal 1
of the STU-2Z or STU-4Z.
4.Wire the common terminal of Relay Output #1 to Terminal 2 of the
STU-2Z or STU-4Z.
5.Wire the normally-open terminal of Relay Output #2 to Terminal 3 of
the STU-2Z or STU-4Z.
6.Wire the common terminal of Relay Output #2 to Terminal 2 of the
STU-2Z or STU-4Z.
Commercial Fire
When the XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 panel is used as a Central Station
Alarm Commercial Fire System with one telephone line, in conjunction
with DCX Systems STU-2Z or STU-4Z, the following conditions must be
met:
• The panel must be installed and programmed to meet commercial
fire (reporting) systems requirements.
• The panel must be installed and programmed for reporting all alarm
conditions and trouble conditions to the same central station that
monitors the STU-2Z or STU-4Z.
• The STU-2Z or STU-4Z must be mounted in the panel enclosure and
wired according to Section 32.4 above.
• Once installed, the central station must enable 2-minute off-hook
polling of the STU-2Z or STU-4Z.
Installing the STU-2Z/STU-4Z into the DMP Model 350 Enclosure
The STU board is mounted in the left side of the DMP Model 350
enclosure by slipping the optional corner mounting bracket over the
edge of the enclosure. Use DCX Part # 27074-002 (2Z) or Part # 27078001 (4Z). Connect the STU power wires and telco cables to the panel
terminals and RJ31X as shown in Section 24.2 above.
XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 Installation Guide
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS MODEL XRSuper6/XR20/XR40 PANELS
When using Model 692 LED Keypad, please refer to 692 User Guide (LT-0275)
NORMAL STANDBY CONDITION
When the system is in the normal standby condition, the keypad shows either the time of day/System Ready or
a blank display.
ALARM CONDITION
When the system is in an alarm condition, the keypad keys glow red and the display shows the violated zone
name(s) followed by an alarm display.
ARMING THE SYSTEM
Press the COMMAND key until arming options appear. Press Select key under the arming option desired, then
enter your user code.
DISARMING THE SYSTEM
All/Perimeter and Home/Sleep/Away Systems: Enter your user code. If the system is in alarm the keypad will
display DISARM SILENCE. Press the Select key under DISARM.
Area Systems: Enter your user code. If the system is in alarm the keypad will display DISARM SILENCE. Press
the Select key under DISARM.
Important: Disarming during an alarm sends an Abort report to the central station if your system is programmed
to send Abort reports! Be sure you want the alarm message cancelled before disarming during an alarm.
ALARM SILENCE
To silence the alarm while the bell or siren is sounding, enter your code number, press the COMMAND key,
and press the Select key under SILENCE. This silences the alarm but does not cancel any alarm reports to the
central station. Silencing an alarm while the bell is sounding sends an Abort report to the central station if your
system is programmed to send Abort reports.
RESETTING DETECTORS
To reset a smoke or other detector, enter the User Menu by pressing the COMMAND key until MENU? NO YES
appears in the display. Press the top row key under YES. The display shows ENTER CODE: -. Enter your code
number and press COMMAND. The keypad display now shows SENSOR RESET? Press any top row key.
TROUBLE CONDITION
When a device is in a trouble condition, the keypad tones and displays the zone or device name followed by
TRBL. Press any top row key to silence.
SYSTEM TESTING
You should test the security system periodically to ensure proper operation. You can do this through a function
in the User Menu. After entering the User Menu, press the COMMAND key until SYSTEM TEST? displays. Press any
top row key to test the system bell, battery, and communication to the central station receiver.
ALARM SERVICE
If service is required for this system, please contact:
Company_ _______________________________________________________________
Address_________________________________________________________________
Telephone_ ______________________________________________________________
Listings and Approvals
ANSI/SIA CP-01-2000 False Alarm Reduction
California State Fire Marshal (CSFM)
FCC Part 15/FCC Part 68 Registration ID CCKUSA-18660-AL-R
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Listed
ANSI/UL 294 Access Control System Units
ANSI/UL 365 Police Connected Burglar
ANSI/UL 609 Local Burglar
ANSI/UL 636 Holdup Alarm Units and Systems Accessory
ANSI/UL 1023 Household Burglar
ANSI/UL 1076 Proprietary Burglar
ANSI/UL 1610 Central Station Burglar
ANSI/UL 985 Household Fire Warning
Standard Line Security
800-641-4282
INTRUSION • FIRE • ACCESS • NETWORKS
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Mounting Instructions
Attach the above operating instructions
to the front of the panel, or frame
and locate adjacent to the panel or a
keypad with an alphanumeric display.
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