DMP Electronics SCS-1R Installation guide

DMP Electronics SCS-1R Installation guide
Installation Guide
SCS-1R
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Installation Guide
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Table of Contents
Operator’s Quick Reference
Acknowledging an Alarm Signal............................................... 1
LED Indicators....................................................................... 1
System Overview
Description............................................................................ 2
Function................................................................................ 2
32-Character LCD Membrane Keypad....................................... 2
Printer................................................................................... 2
Additional Messages............................................................... 2
24-Hour Recall Tests............................................................... 2
Line Capacity......................................................................... 2
Number of Standard or Encrypted Line Security Network Accounts...... 2
Opening and Closing Signals................................................... 2
System Block Diagram............................................................ 3
Installation Checklist
SCS-1R Faceplate................................................................... 4
Earth Ground......................................................................... 4
Location of Circuit Boards....................................................... 4
SCS-208 Power Cord............................................................... 4
Phone Lines........................................................................... 4
Network Connection............................................................... 4
AC Power............................................................................... 4
Optional Printer...................................................................... 4
Start up................................................................................. 4
Configuration......................................................................... 4
Model SCS-1R Security Control Receiver
Description............................................................................ 5
SCS-1R Components Included................................................. 5
Model SCS-RACK System Enclosure
Description............................................................................ 6
Modem Rack.......................................................................... 6
Multibus Rack........................................................................ 6
32-Character LCD Membrane Keypad....................................... 6
Installing the SCS-RACK.......................................................... 6
Rack Mounting....................................................................... 6
Model SCS-1062 Processor Card
Description............................................................................ 7
Configuring the Port Jumpers.................................................. 7
Configuring the Line Jumpers.................................................. 7
Installing the SCS-1062.......................................................... 8
SCS-1062 LEDs...................................................................... 8
Model SCS-100 Line Card
Description............................................................................ 8
Transmit Level........................................................................ 8
Echo Cancel Off .................................................................... 8
Installing the SCS-100............................................................ 9
Connecting the Phone Line ..................................................... 9
Phone Line Monitor................................................................ 9
Power Monitor LED................................................................. 9
SCS-100 LEDs........................................................................ 9
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Model SCS-101 Network Interface Card
Description...........................................................................10
Installing the SCS-101...........................................................10
Communication.....................................................................10
Important Compatibility Information.......................................10
LED Indicators......................................................................10
SCS-101 Data Jumper Settings...............................................10
RXD and TXD.....................................................................10
FORCE CTS........................................................................10
Model SCS-110 Modem Power Supply Card
Description...........................................................................11
Installing the SCS-110...........................................................11
Power Monitor LEDs..............................................................11
LCD Membrane Keypad Trouble LED.......................................11
UPS Trouble LED...................................................................11
AC Trouble LED.....................................................................11
Model SCS-120 Multibus Power Supply Card
Description...........................................................................12
Installing the SCS-120...........................................................12
Processor Monitor..................................................................12
Power Monitor LEDs..............................................................12
Model SCS-130 Transformer Card
Description...........................................................................13
Installation...........................................................................13
AC Power Connection............................................................13
Three Amp Fuse....................................................................13
Model SCS-208 Power Cable
Description...........................................................................14
Installation...........................................................................14
Model SCS-202 Convenience Panel
Description...........................................................................14
Installation...........................................................................14
Model SCS-204 Host Cable
Description...........................................................................14
Installation...........................................................................14
Host Cable............................................................................14
SCS-1R Printer Cable
Printer Cable Pinout...............................................................15
Security Control Terms
Using the LCD Membrane Keypad
Special Keys..........................................................................16
COMMAND Key..................................................................16
Back Arrow Key..................................................................16
Select Keys........................................................................16
Keypad Prompts Display Current Programming........................16
Entering Alpha Characters......................................................16
LCD Membrane Keypad Configuration
Internal Speaker Operation....................................................17
LCD Backlighting...................................................................17
Display Options.....................................................................17
Keypad Options and Diagnostics.............................................17
Keypad Options..................................................................18
Accessing Keypad Diagnostics.............................................18
Exiting the Installer Options................................................18
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SCS-1R Configuration and Programming
Normal Operation Display......................................................19
Operator Signon....................................................................19
Set System Time/Day/Date....................................................19
Operator Codes.....................................................................20
Configure System..................................................................21
System Status.......................................................................22
Host Automation...................................................................23
Exit Menu.............................................................................25
Printout Explanations
General Description...............................................................26
System Messages..................................................................26
Operator Signon....................................................................26
Time/Day/Date.....................................................................26
Operator Codes.....................................................................26
System Number....................................................................26
Telephone Line Configuration.................................................26
Command Processor Messages...............................................26
Alarm, Trouble, and Restore...................................................27
Ambush................................................................................27
Opening and Closing..............................................................27
Bypass and Reset..................................................................27
Add and Delete Codes...........................................................27
Schedule Changes.................................................................27
Door Access..........................................................................27
Acknowledgment of Fire Alarms and Troubles..........................27
Message Destinations............................................................27
Activity Log ERROR............................................................28
Power Light Not Lit............................................................28
SEL Light Not Lit................................................................28
PAPER Light Lit..................................................................28
Bad Printer Cable...............................................................28
Appendix
Host Communication Formats.................................................29
Serial 1 Messages..............................................................29
Serial 3 Messages..............................................................29
Network Connection..............................................................29
What is Data Network Communication?...............................29
Configuring the Receiver Line..............................................29
Setting the SCS-1062 port jumpers......................................30
Revisions to This Document
Revisions to This Document...................................................32
Components
Accessory Devices
Listings and Approvals
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Introduction
Operator’s Quick Reference
This section explains basic operation for the operator.
Acknowledging an Alarm Signal
Press the key labeled ACK, or any top row Select key, to acknowledge an alarm.
When the SCS-1R is in normal mode, the alarm message displays in the LCD display.
If you are in programming when an alarm is received and requires acknowledgement, the ACK LED lights and the
keypad begins to beep. If more than one message is received, the Message LED also lights.
You must exit programming before you can acknowledge any alarm signals. All alarms must be acknowledged
before you can enter or return to programming mode.
LED Indicators
The SCS-1R features three LED indicators:
The Green Power LED lights when power is applied to the SCS-1R.
The Red ACK LED lights when an alarm signal is received that must be acknowledged.
The Red Message LED lights when more than one signal has been received that must be acknowledged
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Introduction
System Overview
Description
The SCS-1R Security Control Receiver system from DMP is a full featured digital dialer and data network capable
alarm receiver. The receiver provides a 32-character LCD display for viewing incoming messages and a built-in
membrane keypad for acknowledging messages and configuring the SCS-1R system.
Function
The SCS-1R Receiver system provides central stations with computerized monitoring of DMP panels. Features of
the SCS-1R include automatic alarm, trouble, and supervisory account message logging on a local printer including
the date and time of their occurrence. The SCS-1R also provides an output to most security automation software
packages.
32-Character LCD Membrane Keypad
The built-in LCD display and Membrane Keypad add flexibility to the SCS-1R system by allowing the operator to
view alarm messages before acknowledging them from the built-in Membrane Keypad. A typical alarm message
includes the account number, zone name, and alarm type with the time and date of the occurrence. Alarm
messages display on the LCD and print to the local printer.
Printer
Routine messages print without the need of operator response while non-routine messages print and display on
the LCD for operator acknowledgment.
Note: UL central station applications must use a serial printer that is listed for Fire Protective Signaling
Systems.
Additional Messages
Other messages transmitted to the SCS-1R by DMP Command Processor panels include:
• Operator code number additions and deletions including the name of the person making the change
• Zone bypasses and resets by name and number including the name of the person making the change
• Schedule changes including the name of the person making the change
• Trouble and Restoral message by zone name and number
• Door access reports including the user name and the number of the door being accessed
The Printout Explanation section of this guide provides a description of the SCS-1R alarm and activity messages
that print and display.
24-Hour Recall Tests
The automatic recall test from a digital dialer account must be tracked manually or with a listed automation
system. The SCS-1R Receiver does not automatically indicate a delinquent recall test. Failure to receive a signal
from a Digital Alarm Communicator Panel (DACT) over a 24-hour period is handled by the automation system.
Line Capacity
The SCS-1R Receiver accommodates up to five incoming phone lines. The account range for Digital Dialer panels is
1 to 65,535.
To select the communication type used on each incoming line, refer to Configure System in the Operator’s Guide
section of this guide.
Number of Standard or Encrypted Line Security Network Accounts
The maximum number of accounts with standard or encrypted line security and substitution using 6-minute
checkin that can be received by a single SCS‑101 Line Card is 3200.
Opening and Closing Signals
The total capacity of opening or closing signals per SCS-1R Receiver, limited by automation system using 19200
baud and acknowledgement speed of 100 milliseconds, is 300 per minute.
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System Block Diagram
UPS Brownout Input
120 VAC Input
J1
Cooling
Fan
Model SCS-130
Transformer Card
J3
Model SCS-208
Power Cable
Model SCS-110
Modem Rack
Supply Card
J2
Modem Rack
Backplane
RJ11X Cable
10-Conductor
Flat Cable
Model SCS-120
Multibus Power
Supply Card
Multibus Backplane
Port 1
Model SCS-100 Line Card
or
Model SCS-101 Network
Interface Card
Line 1
Model SCS-100 Line Card
or
Model SCS-101 Network
Interface Card
Line 2
Model SCS-100 Line Card
or
Model SCS-101 Network
Interface Card
Line 3
Model SCS-100 Line Card
or
Model SCS-101 Network
Interface Card
Line 4
Model SCS-100 Line Card
or
Model SCS-101 Network
Interface Card
Line 5
Port 2
Model SCS-1062
Processor Card
Port 3
Port 4
Port 5
Port 6
7
8
Model SCS-202
Convenience Panel
3-connector
Ribbon Cable
Listed Printer or
Listed Capture
Software
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Host Cable
Automation
Computer
Membrane
Keypad and
32-Character LCD
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Installation Checklist
Refer to the Hardware Description section of this guide for installation, setup, and operating information.
SCS-1R Faceplate
To lower the SCS-1R faceplate, turn the two screws located in the top corners of the SCS-1R. The front of the
SCS-1R opens on a hinge to allow access to the inside of the SCS-1R. Close the SCS-1R system by raising the front
of the SCS-1R and securing the two screws in the top corners.
Earth Ground
Connect the ground lug on the modem rack rear side to earth ground. Using a minimum of 14 gauge wire, ground
to a cold water pipe, building ground, or a ground rod. Do not ground to electrical conduit or telephone company
ground.
Location of Circuit Boards
Confirm the circuit boards in the modem rack and in the multibus rack are installed properly and are in their
proper locations. The circuit boards are properly installed when completely seated into the connector on the rack
backplane. Connect all line card and any network interface card flat cables to the SCS-1062 Processor Card ports.
SCS-208 Power Cord
Connect the SCS-208 Power Cord from the SCS-120 Multibus Power Supply card to the SCS-130 Transformer Card.
Phone Lines
Connect the RJ11X cables provided with each line card to the phone lines used for receiving
alarms. The included phone cables are crossover cables. When you hold the two connectors of
one cable side by side the wire colors should be mirror images, as shown in the diagram.
Network Connection
When using a network interface card, connect the SCS-101 network cable to the data network.
Refer to the Hardware Description and Appendix for SCS-101 network installation instructions.
AC Power
Plug the AC power cord of the receiver into a 120 VAC, 60Hz outlet not controlled by a switch . Do not apply
AC power yet. For listed operation, use a listed uninterrupted power supply (UPS). The UPS system must have a
secondary power source (batteries) and provide alarm contacts to indicate when the UPS switches from primary
power to secondary power. The SCS-1R Receiver requires a UPS that delivers at least 400 VA power operating at
60Hz.
Optional Printer
Connect the RS-232 printer cable. Install paper, connect the printer to AC power, and turn on the printer power
switch.
Note: UL central station applications must use a serial printer that is listed for Fire Protective Signaling
Systems.
Start up
Apply 120 VAC to the AC power cord. The 120 volts supplied to the SCS-1R Receiver and the printer must be from
the same UPS circuit.
Configuration
After powering up the system, set the correct time, configure the phone lines and network communications, and
enter the operator codes. Refer to the Operator’s Guide section of this guide for instructions on completing these
tasks.
Note: Be sure that the Membrane Keypad is set to Address 01 (one). Refer to LCD Membrane Keypad Configuration
for complete information.
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Model SCS-1R Security Control Receiver
Description
The DMP SCS-1R Receiver ships from the factory with all of the necessary system components to provide two
Digital Dialer lines and one line of Data Network receiving capability. This package can be expanded to include
a maximum of five incoming communication lines. The SCS-101 Network Interface Card allows you to connect a
digital data network to the SCS-1R Receiver.
SCS-1R Components Included
The SCS-1R includes the following:
• SCS-RACK with Modem and Multibus Racks, fan, and 32-Character LCD with Membrane Keypad
• SCS-1062 Processor Card
• SCS-100 Line Card (Two included)
• SCS-101 Network Line Card
• SCS-110 Modem Supply Card
• SCS-120 Multibus Power Supply Card
• SCS-130 Transformer Card
• SCS-202 Convenience Panel
• SCS-208 Power Cord
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Model SCS-RACK System Enclosure
Description
The SCS-RACK houses the receiver processor, power supply, line cards, and associated cables. The enclosure
measures 8.75” high, 19” wide, and 12” deep.
Modem Rack
The SCS-RACK top portion holds the modem rack, which connects the SCS-110 Modem Power Supply Card and up
to five line cards. The SCS-130 Transformer Card for connecting the 120 VAC mounts on the rear of the modem
rack.
Multibus Rack
The bottom portion of the SCS-RACK holds the Multibus Rack, which holds the SCS-1062 Processor Card and the
SCS-120 Multibus Power Supply Card.
32-Character LCD Membrane Keypad
Mounted on the front faceplate of the SCS-RACK is a 32-character LCD Membrane Keypad. The LCD and keypad
come pre-mounted and pre-wired with the power cable and ribbon cable.
Installing the SCS-RACK
Connect the SCS-RACK to earth ground before making any module connections. Use a minimum 14 gauge wire
for grounding. A crimp type spade connector is provided for connecting the ground wire to the ground lug on the
modem rack.
Rack Mounting
The SCS-1R must be mounted in a standard 19” rack for listed Fire Signaling applications. Simply slide the entire
unit into the 19” rack and secure with screws. Refer to the drawing below for rack-mounting hole locations.
SCS-101 Network
Line Card
SCS-110
Modem Pow
wer
Supply Carrd
SCS-100 Line Cards
Mode
em
Rackk
Rack-Mounting
g
holes
SCS-120 Multibus
Powe
er Supply Card
Multibus
Rack
SCS-1062
Proce
essor Card
SCS-RACK
System
Enclosure
Knob used to lower
the faceplate of the
SCS-RACK
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Back of the LCD Keypad built-in to the
faceplate of the SCS-RACK
Knob used to lower
the faceplate of the
SCS-RACK
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Model SCS-1062 Processor Card
Description
The SCS-1062 is the main system processor that controls the line cards, the LCD display, and the printer. The SCS1062 contains the firmware for system operation, the operator code EEPROM memory, the line configuration, and
all time keeping functions.
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Configuring the Port Jumpers
Ports 6, 7, and 8 are factory preset for proper operation
with the printer, LCD and keypad, and the host Computer
respectively. If you are setting a port for Network (NET)
communication, match the jumpers on the desired port
to the preset jumpers on port 6 for even number ports or
port 7 for odd numbered ports. Refer to the diagram below
when configuring the ports for NET or SDLC.
SCS-1062
1
2
17
18
3
4
19
20
5
6
21
22
7
8 Port 1
9 Port 2
10
23
24 Port 3
25 Port 4
26
11
12
27
28
13
14
29
30
15
16
31
32
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W T S
dd cc
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X
bb
aa
V
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X
R
U Q
P O N
P O N
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SDLC
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F
C
J2
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B A
Port 1
SDLC
Port 2
NET
M L K
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J1
B A
Port 1
NET
Figure 1: SCS-1062 Port Jumpers
Configuring the Line Jumpers
33
After configuring
the port jumpers, set the line
34
jumpers
35 according to the positions listed in the
36
table below. The line jumpers are the small black
37
38 located on the back of each port as shown in
jumpers
39
Figure 2.
40 Port 5
For SDLC
For NET
Line 1
1, 4, 6, 8
2, 3, 6, 8
Line 2
9, 11, 13, 16
9, 11, 14, 15
Line 3
17, 20, 22, 24
18, 19, 22, 24
Line 4
25, 27, 29, 32
25, 27, 30, 31
33, 36, 38, 40
34, 35, 38, 40
Printer Port
Before installing the SCS-1062 Processor Card, configure the
port jumpers for the desired communication type. The port
jumpers are the small gold jumpers located on each port,
as shown in Figure 1.
NET Jumper Settings
NET Jumper Settings
NET Jumper Settings
for Lines 1 and 2
for Lines 3 and 4
for Line 5
Line 5
Figure 2: SCS-1062 Line Jumpers
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Installing the SCS-1062
Always remove power to the SCS-1R Receiver when installing or removing the SCS-1062.
After setting the port jumpers and line jumpers, slide the SCS-1062 into the SCS-RACK lowest position, component
side up.
Install the SCS-202 Convenience Panel connectors on ports 6 and 8 and the line card flat cables on ports 1 to 5.
Connect the ribbon cable from the keypad PCB to the SCS-110 Modem Power Supply card. Then connect the end
labeled with the number 7 to the SCS-1062 Processor Board port 7.
To SCS-1062 Port 7
To SCS-110 Modem
m
Power Supply Boarrd
SCS-1062 LEDs
1) Far Left LED: Flashes constantly. This is the watchdog, or heartbeat, LED.
2) Center Left LED: On when the SCS-1R is saving data, such as programming changes.
3) Not used.
4) Far Right LED: On when memory resources are low, such as messages pending for host automation or the
printer.
Model SCS-100 Line Card
Description
The SCS-100 provides for one incoming line of digital dialer (DD) communication to DMP Command Processor™
panels. Each line card includes one 10-position flat cable for processor card connection, and one RJ11X cable for
phone line connection from a customer supplied RJ11X connection block.
Transmit Level
The Transmit Level is the level of signal strength at which the SCS-100 transmits through the phone line. To adjust
the transmit level, place the 2-pin jumper on the desired level on the J11 Transmit Level header.
The Transmit Level comes from the factory set to -9 dB. -9 dB is the quietest, 0 dB is the loudest.
Echo Cancel Off
Echo Cancellation is technology used by telephone companies to stop echo from interfering with digital telephone
transmissions. In some cases this technology can interfere with alarm signals. If you have problems with Echo
Cancellation interfering with your signals, place the 2-pin jumper on the J12 Echo Cancel Off header to the
YES position to turn off the echo cancellers. If you are not having problems with the telephone company echo
cancellation, leave the jumper on the default setting of NO to leave the echo cancelers on.
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Installing the SCS-100
Install the SCS-100 in any one of the SCS-RACK five right hand positions with the card puller in the up
position. Connect the 10-position flat cable between the line card and the processor card. The line
card line number is determined by the processor card port number.
PIN 1 OF THE FLAT CABLE CONNECTOR MUST BE IN THE SAME POSITION ON BOTH THE LINE CARD AND
THE PROCESSOR CARD.
PWR
TD
RD
CD
OL
RG
DT
Phone Line Fail
Silence
SCS-100
Echo Cancel Off
NO YES
Transmit Level
J11
-9 -6 -3 0
J12
RJ11X Phone
Line Input
Connecting the Phone Line
Install the RJ11X cable provided with the line card between the RJ11X connector on the line card front to a
customer supplied RJ jack. Use a standard 103J voice grade (analog) line. A slot is provided in the receiver back
plate for the RJ11X cable to pass through. Maximum line impedence is 100 Ohms. The phone line connection is
power limited and supervised for fire communicating accounts.
The SCS-100 is registered with the FCC, registration number CCK8GW-16197-AL-N; Ringer Equivalence 1.2.
Phone Line Monitor
The SCS-100 monitors the incoming phone line voltage. During a loss of phone line voltage, the red Phone Line Fail
LED lights and the alert sounds. The alert can be silenced by pressing the silence switch on the SCS-100. The LED
remains lit until the phone line is restored.
Power Monitor LED
The green LED labeled PWR lights when the power supply on the line card is working properly.
SCS-100 LEDs
The six yellow LEDs indicate the line card condition during the various stages of communication. A description of
each LED is listed below:
TD
RD
CD
OL
RG
DT
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Transmit Data
Receive Data
Carrier Detect
On Line
Ring Detect
Data Terminal Ready
On
On
On
On
On
On
when
when
when
when
when
when
the line card is transmitting to a panel.
the line card is receiving data from a panel.
the carrier tone from the panel is detected on the phone line.
a digital dialer line card has answered the phone line.
ringing voltage is detected on phone line.
the line card is ready to receive.
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Model SCS-101 Network Interface Card
Description
The SCS-101 Network Interface Card provides for a connection from a digital data network to a port on the
SCS-1R Receiver. Each card includes one 10-position, 6-inch flat cable for processor card connection, and one
eight-pin modular connector for digital data network connection. This allows the SCS‑1R Receiver to accept alarm
and system messages over a network from DMP Command Processor panels. For optimum performance, install the
SCS-101 card in the SCS-1R Receiver line card slot 5. Refer to the SCS-101 Installation Guide (LT-0320).
SCS-101
Network Interface Card
FORCE
CTS
J5
Red
Black
J8
TXD RXD
CLK
DCO
2
3
J2
3
2
J3
J4
TXD
RXD
RTS
CTS
DTR
TXC
RXC
Serial Input
8-Pin Modular
Plug
Installing the SCS-101
Slide the SCS-101 into the modem rack line card slot 5 with the card puller in the up position, as shown in the
figures above. Connect the 10-position flat cable between the SCS-101 Network Interface Card and the SCS-1062
Processor Card. Connect the IP network cable. Maximum line impedence is 100 Ohms. The network connection is
power limited and supervised for fire communicating accounts.
Communication
The SCS-101 automatically communicates UDP or TCP with DMP XR500 Series and XR2500F Command Processor™
panels, iCOM-E™ Encrypted Network Alarm Routers, iCOM™ Network Alarm Routers, and iCOMSL Network Alarm
Communicators.
Important Compatibility Information
The SCS-101 line card Level E Version 200 or higher can ONLY be used with SCS-1R Receivers with firmware
Version 903 or higher and is NOT compatible with the SCS-1 Receiver.
The SCS-101 line card Level D Version 103 or lower can ONLY be used with the SCS‑1R Version 902 or lower
or SCS-1 Receivers.
LED Indicators
The seven bi-color LEDs indicate the network interface card condition during various stages of communication.
A description of each LED is listed below:
TXD Transmit Data
RXD
Receive Data
RTS Ready To Send
CTS
Clear To Send
DTR Data Terminal Ready TXC
*Transmit Clock
RXC *Receive Clock
* If the clock signal is present, both red and green segments of the LEDs light.
SCS-101 Data Jumper Settings
The SCS‑101 data jumpers are pre-configured for NET at the factory.
RXD and TXD
The factory setting is Transmit Data (TXD) on pin #3 and Receive Data (RXD) on pin #2.
FORCE CTS
The jumpers are set vertically as the factory default. This allows the SCS-101 to tie the CTS and RTS data lines
together.
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Model SCS-110 Modem Power Supply Card
Description
The SCS-110 provides power to a maximum of five line cards. Power is supplied through the modem rack
backplane connectors without additional cabling. The SCS-110 also provides LCD and keypad connection, UPS
system status, and the 120 VAC input monitoring information to the SCS-1R Receiver.
Installing the SCS-110
Always remove power to the SCS-1R Receiver when installing or removing the SCS-110.
Slide the SCS-110 into the modem rack far left hand position, with the card puller up as shown below.
Plug the flat cable from the membrane keypad PCB onto the card edge connector at the bottom of the
SCS-110.
Power Monitor LEDs
The green LED labeled PWR lights when the power supply to the SCS-110 is working properly. The red LED labeled
PWR TRBL is controlled by the SCS-120 Multibus Power Supply Card and lights when there is a power problem on
the SCS-110. The red LED remains lit until the power problem is corrected. The alert tone on the SCS-110 Modem
Power Supply Card sounds during a power problem and is silenced by pressing the silence switch on the SCS-110.
LCD Membrane Keypad Trouble LED
The LCD Membrane Keypad trouble LED lights and the alert tone sounds when the LCD Membrane Keypad fails to
operate or the cable is unplugged. The alert tone is silenced by pressing the silence button on the SCS-110.
UPS Trouble LED
The UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply) trouble LED lights and the alert tone sounds when the UPS Brownout Input
is opened. Connect this circuit to the brownout contacts on your UPS system (Refer to SCS-130 information). No
End-of-Line resistor is needed. Silence the alert tone by pressing the silence button on the SCS-110.
AC Trouble LED
The AC trouble LED lights and the alert tone sounds when AC power to the SCS-130 Transformer Card fails. Silence
the alert tone by pressing the silence button on the SCS-110.
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Model SCS-120 Multibus Power Supply Card
Description
The SCS-120 provides power to the SCS-1062 Processor Card through the multibus backplane. The SCS-120 also
monitors the SCS-1062 Processor Card condition, the SCS-110 Modem Power Supply Card voltage output, and its
own internal voltages.
Installing the SCS-120
Always disconnect power to the SCS-1R Receiver when installing or removing the SCS-120. Slide the
SCS-120 Multibus Power Supply Card, the component side up, into the multibus rack upper position,
which is the lower rack in the SCS-RACK.
Connect the SCS-208 Power Cable to J3 on the card front right side. Connect the other end of the
power cable to the SCS-130 Transformer Card on the back of the modem rack. The power cable can be
used in either direction.
Processor Monitor


The SCS-120 monitors the Model SCS-1062 processor through the multibus backplane. The green OK LED lights
when the processor operates. If the processor stops operating, the red FAIL LED lights and the SCS-120 failure
buzzer sounds.
Press the processor restart button to restart the system, silence the buzzer, and turn off the red LED. The restart
button restarts the system and resets the time of day. All other system configuration information is not changed.
Power Monitor LEDs
The SCS-120 monitors three different system voltages, +5, +12, -12 and the modem power supply. Four LEDs
located to the right of the power alert silence switch display any voltage failures. A green OK LED lights when the
voltages are working properly. The green PWR LED for the modem power supply is located on the SCS-110 Modem
Power Supply Card. The red TRBL LED lights and the trouble alert tone on the SCS-120 sounds when there is a
problem with a voltage level.
Press the SCS-120 power alert silence switch to silence the alert tone. The red TRBL LED remains lit until the
power problem is corrected. The modem power LED, the SCS-120 trouble alert tone, and the SCS-110 Modem
Power Supply Card power alert LED all operate together.
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Model SCS-130 Transformer Card
Description
The SCS-130 provides power to the SCS-110 Modem Power Supply Card and the SCS-120 Multibus Power Supply
Card. Two terminals are provided for connecting 120 VAC to the system. A power cord is provided for connecting
the multibus rack cooling fan.
3 Amp 250V
COM
J2
HOT
J3
To fan
AC Power Cord
Installation
Always remove power to the SCS-1R Receiver when installing or removing the SCS-130.
1. Install the SCS-130 with J2 on the right side on the rear of the modem rack and J3 on the bottom
as shown above. Four 6-32 screws with lock washers are provided.
2. Connect the SCS-208 Power Cable to J3 on the bottom left of the SCS-130 Transformer Card.
Connect the other end of the power cable to the SCS-120 Multibus Power Supply. The power cable
can be used in either direction.
3. Connect the cable from the right end of the modem rack labeled J2 to J2 on the right side of the
SCS-130 Transformer Card.
4. Connect the 2-conductor cables labeled TO FAN to the multibus cooling fan on the lower right side
of multibus rack.
AC Power Connection
Connect 120 VAC to the SCS-1R Receiver through the SCS-130 Transformer Card. The SCS-1R Receiver backplate
provides a 7/8” conduit opening.
1. Wrap the supplied lay-in strain relief around the AC power cord approximately 18 inches from the end of the
wires.
2. Feed the end of the AC power cord through the conduit opening until the strain relief snaps into the opening.
If necessary, use pliers to compress the strain relief until it snaps into the opening.
3. Connect the White AC power cord wire to the COM terminal on the bottom of the SCS-130.
4. Connect the Black AC power cord wire to the HOT terminal on the bottom of the SCS-130.
5. Connect the Green AC power cord ground wire to the grounding lug located on the right side of the enclosure.
The AC power must be provided by a listed UPS. A signal shall be provided at the operators console when the UPS
power source switches from primary power to secondary power.
DO NOT APPLY POWER TO THE RECEIVER UNTIL THE REAR COVER IS REPLACED ON THE RECEIVER CABINET.
Three Amp Fuse
The 120 VAC connection to the SCS-1R Receiver is current limited with a DMP Model 319, 3 Amp 250 volt fuse. The
3 Amp fuse is a Type AGC 1/4” x 1 1/4” fast blow.
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Model SCS-208 Power Cable
Description
The SCS-208 is a 2-foot cable that connects the different system voltages between the SCS-130 Transformer Card
J3 and SCS-120 Multibus Power Supply Card J3.
Installation
The SCS-208 cable can be used in either direction, but is polarized on each end for proper installation to the J3
connectors.
Model SCS-202 Convenience Panel
Description
The SCS-202 provides cabling for two supervised, power limited RS-232 ports for the host output and an activity
log printer.
Installation
Install the two 10-position flat cable connectors to the SCS-1062 Processor Card ports 6 and 8. Connect the ribbon
cable between port 6 and the Activity Log printer connector. Connect the other ribbon cable between port 8 and
the Host Computer connector. Install the metal plate with the two 25-position RS-232 connectors on the SCS-1R
Receiver backplate using the two 6-32 x 1/4” screws provided. Connect the printer using a DMP Model 389 Printer
Cable and host computer to the appropriate RS-232 connectors.
Model SCS-204 Host Cable
Description
The SCS-204 is a 10-foot RS-232 cable that connects a host computer to the SCS-1R Receiver.
Installation
Connect the SCS-204 cable from a host computer to the SCS-202 Convenience Panel center connector marked
“HOST”.
THE END OF THE CABLE MARKED “HOST” MUST BE INSTALLED ONTO THE HOST COMPUTER.
Host Cable
If you are using a cable different from the SCS-204, be sure the cable pin out matches the drawing below. RS-232
maximum cable length is 50 feet.
PIN
SHIELD
1
2 RXD
2 (3)
3 TXD
3 (2)
4
Connect to
HOST
COMPUTER
(DTE)
5
7
SIGNAL GROUND
7 (5)
8
MALE
DB-25
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SCS-1R Printer Cable
Printer Cable Pinout
Note: UL central station applications must use a serial printer that is listed for Fire Protective Signaling Systems.
Shown is an example printer cable pin out. Some printers use DB9 connectors and may use pin 20 for CTS. The
printer RS-232 is supervised, power limited, and the maximum cable length is 50 feet.
To
Printer
Security Control Terms
This is an alphabetical list of terms used in the SCS-1R Receiver system operating instructions. Refer to these
explanations for additional information.
ACK - Acknowledge an alarm signal by pressing any top row Select key on the Membrane Keypad.
Alphanumeric - A set of characters consisting of either the letters A through Z, the digits 0 through 9, special
symbols, or a combination of all of these. For example, the set of characters “AB76#2,” is alphanumeric.
Character - One of a set of symbols that can be arranged in groups to express information. This includes the digits
0 through 9, the letters A through Z, punctuation marks, and other special symbols.
Command Processor Programs - The data programmed into a DMP Command Processor™ panel at the time of
installation. A typical program includes: communication information, system options, area information,
Programs zone information, and the number and type of Security Command® keypads in the system. This
should not be confused with System Programs that are software routines used by the SCS-1R to execute
functions described in the Operations Manual.
COMMAND - The key on the Membrane Keypad used to scroll through programming and enter programming
information.
LCD Membrane Keypad - A 32-character Liquid Character Display that displays information and provides a
Membrane Keypad that allows you to enter information.
Default Value - A value assigned to a prompt by the SCS-1R. The SCS-1R Receiver assigns the value to that prompt
allowing the operator to accept its entry and respond to the next prompt.
Entry - Information typed into the SCS-1R through the LCD Membrane Keypad mounted in the front of the
SCS-1R. This information is entered into the system when the COMMAND key is pressed.
Prompt- A single item of information on the LCD. For example, a prompt within the System Configuration program
would be the company name.
Menu - An LCD display that lists the program selections available to the operator.
Numeric - Description of numerical information. For example, the set of characters 1 2 3 4 5 is numeric.
User Number - The sequential number assigned to each user code number by the panel during its programming.
This is the number transmitted to the SCS-1R Receiver. The actual code number is never transmitted.
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Using the LCD Membrane Keypad
Special Keys
COMMAND Key
The COMMAND key allows you to go forward through the configuration menu and each configuration step (or
prompt). As you go through programming, the keypad display shows any current programming already stored in
the panel memory. If the information does not need to be changed, press the COMMAND key to advance to the
next step. After changing programming, press the COMMAND key to advance to the next option.
Back Arrow Key
Use the Back Arrow key to back up one step during programming. The Back Arrow key is also used when an error is
made while entering in­formation. Press the Back Arrow key once to erase the last character entered.
Select Keys
The top row of keys are called the Select keys. Each time a top row Select key is to be used, the keypad displays
the function or options above the key. Displaying choices above the individual top row Select keys allows them to
be used for many different applications. For example, you can enter AM or PM when programming time or answer
YES or NO for a NET Option.
During programming, the top row Select keys also allow you to change infor­mation currently in the panel memory.
Press the appropriate Select key under the display then enter the new information through the keypad.
The Select keys are also used for choosing a pro­gramming menu. Press any one of the top row Select keys when
the name of the programming section you want displays.
When the SCS-1R system is in normal mode, the Select keys are used to acknowledge alarm messages. Press the
Select key labeled ACK, or any top row Select key, to acknowledge the alarm message.
Keypad Prompts Display Current Programming
Each prompt displayed at the keypad shows the currently selected option in the panel memory. These options are
either shown as a number, a blank, or NO or YES. To change a number or blank to a new number, press any top
row Select key. A dash replaces the current option. Press the number(s) on the keypad you want to enter as the
new number for that prompt.
It is not necessary to enter numbers with leading zeros. The SCS-1R automatically right justifies the number when
you press the COMMAND key.
To change a programming prompt that requires a NO or YES response, press the top row Select key under the
response not selected.
For example, if the current prompt is selected as YES and you want to change it to NO, press the third top row
Select key. The display changes to NO. Press the COMMAND key display the next prompt.
Entering Alpha Characters
You can use the keypad to enter alpha characters. To enter an alpha character, press the key that has the desired
letter written below it. The keypad display shows the number on that key. To change the number to a letter, press
the top row Select key that corresponds to the location of the letter under the key. For example, if you press key
number 1, the letters for that key are A, B, and C. Press the first top row Select key for A, the second for B, and
the third for C. See the figure below.
A
B
First Letter Second Letter
C
Third Letter
(
Special Character
Entering Alphanumeric Characters
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LCD Membrane Keypad Configuration
Note: Before configuring the SCS-1R Security Control Receiver, make sure the LCD Membrane Keypad is set to
Address 01 (one). Refer to Keypad Options on the next page for instructions on setting the address and mode.
Internal Speaker Operation
The LCD Membrane Keypad speaker emits standard tones for key presses and alerts.
LCD Backlighting
The LCD backlighting turns on every time a key is pressed or the speaker sounds. The backlighting dims to medium
brightness whenever the speaker is on.
Display Options
The LCD Membrane Keypad provides three keypad adjustments you can make to suit your environment.
To access the Display Options portion of the keypad, press and hold the Back Arrow and COMMAND keys for two
seconds. The keypad display changes to SET BRIGHTNESS. Use the COMMAND key to display the next Option or
press the Back Arrow key to exit the Display Options function.
Brightness
Set brightness
Set the keypad LCD Display brightness level and the AC Power LED. Use the left Select
<
      >
key to lower the keypad brightness and the right Select key to raise the brightness.
Note: If the brightness level is lowered, it reverts to maximum intensity whenever a
key is pressed. If no keys are pressed, and the speaker has not sounded for 30 seconds,
the user-selected brightness level restores.
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Speaker Tone
Set TONE
Set the keypad internal speaker tone. At the SET TONE display, use the left Select key
      >
to lower the tone and the right Select key to raise the tone.
Volume Level
Set VOLUME LEVEL
Set the keypad internal speaker volume level for key presses and entry delay tone
<
      >
conditions. During alarm and trouble conditions, the volume is always at maximum
level. Use the left Select key to decrease the keypad volume and the right Select key
to increase the volume. Press the COMMAND key to display the Model Number.
Model Number
Model number
The LCD displays the keypad firmware version and date. The user cannot change this
v200071603
information in User Options.
Keypad address
01
Keypad Address
The LCD displays the current keypad address. While in User Options, the user cannot
change the keypad address. Press the Back Arrow key to exit the User Options function.
Keypad Options and Diagnostics
The SCS-LCD also contains Options and Diagnostic programs that allow you to configure and test keypad
operation.
You can only access Keypad Options and Diagnostics through the Display Options. After holding down the Back
Arrow and COMMAND keys for two seconds to display SET BRIGHTNESS, enter the code 3577 (INST) and press the
COMMAND key. The display changes to KPD OPT (keypad options) KPD DIAG (keypad diagnostics) and STOP.
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Keypad Options
Keypad Options (KPD OPT)
KPDKPD
To program keypad options, press the left Select key under KPD OPT. The display
OPT DIAG STOP
changes to CURRENT KEYPAD ADDRESS: # #.
Current Keypad Address
The Membrane Keypad must be set to keypad address 01. This is the default setting and
should not be changed.
CURRENT KEYPAD
ADDRESS: 01
Keypad Mode
KEYPAD MODE:
The Membrane Keypad can be set for either Supervised or Unsupervised operation. It is
*SUPUNSUP
recommended the setting be left at the default Supervised setting.
DEFAULT KEYPAD MSG: Default Keypad Message
Press COMMAND to scroll past this option. The SCS-1R LCD Membrane Keypad does not
provide a programmable Keypad Message.
Arm panic keys:
PN
em
F1
Arm Panic Keys
The Panic Keys should be disabled. They cannot be used on the SCS-1R LCD Membrane
Keypad. If an asterisk appears next to one of the options, for example *PN, press the
Select key under the option with the asterisk to remove the asterisk and disable the
panic key.
Zone 2 Shunt
Activate zone 2
Leave this option set to NO.
Shunt:noyes
Zone 3 Exit
Activate zone 3
Leave this option set to NO.
Exit:
noyes
Entry Cards
4 digit entry
Leave this option set to NO.
Cards:noyes
All?:
Noyes All?
Leave this option set to NO.
Delay:2
Accessing Keypad Diagnostics
Keypad Diagnostics (KPD DIAG)
KPDKPD
The Keypad Diagnostic option allows you to check the display segments, check the
OPT DIAG STOP
keyboard backlighting, and test individual keys.
Press the Select key under KPD DIAG. The keypad lights all display segments and
illuminates the keyboard in green. A few seconds later the keypad turns the display off
and illuminates the keyboard in red. The keypad then alternates between these two
states for approximately two minutes. Press COMMAND at any time to continue.
Press key to
Test
Test Individual Keys
The display changes to PRESS KEY TO TEST. This option allows you to test each key on
the keyboard to ensure it is operating properly. Press and hold each key for about two
seconds. The key number being held appears in the display. Verify the correct number
displays before testing the next key.
Exiting the Installer Options
When done, press the COMMAND key once to return to the Installer Options screen. Press the Select key under
STOP to exit the Installer Options function.
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SCS-1R Configuration and Programming
Normal Operation Display
When the SCS-1R is in normal standby mode, not in programming mode, the SCS-1R displays a variety of messages.
Some messages are listed in the Appendix of this Guide. The message displayed includes the message name.
Operator Signon
Operator Signon allows you to access the system programs. The menus available on the SCS-1R are Time/Day/
Date, Operator Codes, Configure System, Off-Normal, and Line Setup.
SCS-1R Menu
Operator Signon?
Operator Signon
At this prompt, press any Select Key to sign on to SCS-1R programming. This message
only displays when an operator is not currently signed on.
Operator Signon
Code:-
Code
Enter your operator code and press COMMAND. After successfully signing on, the
operator name displays on the menu and prints to the Activity Log printer.
If this is the first time the system is being used, enter NEW to access the system menu.
The operator code does not display when it is entered.
If a valid code was entered, the SCS-1R proceeds to the TIME/DAY/DATE? menu.
Set System Time/Day/Date
This selection allows you to set the correct time, day, and date on the SCS-1R. All changes made in this selection
print to the Activity Log printer. The time entered here is sent to panels if the programming option SCS-1R Time
to Panel is YES.
SCS-1R Menu
Time/day/date?
Time/Day/Date?
Press any top row Select key to display the time, day, and date. Press the COMMAND
key to advance to the next section of programming.
Sun 12:05 Am
08/01/04
Current Time/Day/Date
Press the COMMAND key to program the time, day, and/or date. Press the Back Arrow
key to return to the previous display.
Set Time/date
Time day date
Set Time/Date
Press the top row Select key under the item you would like to change. For example,
press the far left Select key to change the SCS-1R time.
ENTER TIME:
- :
AM PM
Time
Press any top row Select key to enter the new time. Using the Digit keys on the keypad,
enter the current time and then press Select key under AM or PM. TIME CHANGED
displays after the time has been changed.
Choose Day
Sun Mon TuE Wed
Day
Press the Select Key under the current day of the week. Press the COMMAND key to
display THUR FRI SAT.
Date
Press any top row Select key to enter the date. Enter the month, date, and year in the
following format: MM/DD/YY, with leading zeroes. Press COMMAND to accept the date
and display the following prompt.
ENTER DATE:
- / /
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Operator Codes
This section of programming allows you to add and delete operator codes. This entry consists of three parts: the
operator name or initials, code, and access level. A maximum of ten operators is allowed. The default operator
is operator number 1, and the code is NEW with level 9 access. The table below shows the different functions
available to the different code levels:
Operator Function
No
Code
Level
1 to 4
Level
5 to 7
Level
8
Level
9
Acknowledge Alarms
X
X
X
X
X
Signon
X
X
X
X
Signoff
X
X
X
X
View Off-Normal Zone & Accounts
X
X
X
X
Set System Time/Day/Date
X
X
X
View System Status
X
X
X
Delete Off-Normal Zone & Accounts
X
X
Configure System
X
X
Host Automation
X
X
Change Operator Codes
X
Change Line Setup
X
Note: Record all Operator Codes in the Important Information table contained in the Appendix of the guide. Any
operator name additions, deletions, or changes in access level print to the Activity Log.
SCS-1R Menu
Operator Codes?
Operator Codes
Press any top row Select key to add, delete, or change the operator codes. Press the
COMMAND key to advance to the next programming section.
Operator Code
Add del chg
Add, Delete, or Change
Press the Select key under ADD to add a new operator. Press the Select key under DEL
to delete an operator. Press the Select key under CHG to change an operator.
Note: Select CHG to view the current operator information.
Enter number
Operator no: -
Enter Number
The Operator No: xx displays. You must press any top row Select key to enter or
change the operator number. Enter the operator number, 1 through 10, you are adding,
deleting, or changing. Press the COMMAND key.
Operator No:xx If you selected DEL in the previous display, the message XX Deleted displays. XX
represents the operator number.
deleted
Enter Name
Name: xxxx
Enter Name
Press any top row Select key to enter a new operator name. Enter the operator name
or initials, maximum of 4 alphanumeric characters. Press the COMMAND key to accept
the operator name.
Enter Operator
Code: XXXXXXXX
Enter Operator Code
Press any top row Select key to enter a new operator code. Enter the operator code up
between three and eight alphanumeric characters. Press the Back Arrow key to delete
unwanted characters. Press the COMMAND key to accept the new code.
Note: User 1 default operator code is: Name “NEW”; Code “NEW”.
User 2 default operator code is: Name “D F L T”; Code “99”.
Enter Level
Operator level: -
Enter Level
Press any top row Select key to enter a new operator level. Enter an operator level
from 1 to 9. Press the COMMAND key.
Operator no: xx
Added or changed
This message displays when an operator is successfully added or changed.
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Configure System
This sections assigns the company name and system number as well as the communication type for each SCS-1R
Receiver incoming line.
SCS-1R Menu
Config System?
Configure System
Press any top row Select key to display the company name and configure the system.
Company Name 1
Company Name
Enter your company name using up to 32 characters, 16 characters at a time. Press the
COMMAND key to enter the last 16 characters for the company name.
Company Name 2
Note: If the Company Name was previously programmed with the SCS-1 and had 40
characters, the SCS-1R deletes the last eight characters.
System Number:
0 System Number
The LCD displays the current system number. Press any top row Select key, then enter
the system number, 0 through 9. The default System Number is 0 (zero). Press the
COMMAND key when finished.
Note: This identifier is used by the automation computer to distinguish between
multiple SCS-1R systems.
Receiver Key
Rec Key:********
Receiver Key
The current Receiver Key displays. Press the COMMAND key to leave the Receiver key
the same and move to the next programming option. Press any top row Select key to
change the Receiver Key.
Note: This is an eight-character alphanumeric entry. This key is requested by Command
Processor™ panels in the field when using remote programming. Once entered this key
does not display and should never be changed. Record this number in the Important
information Table in the Appendix and store in a secure place.
Enter the new Receiver Key up to eight characters long. Press the COMMAND key to
display the next prompt.
Change Receiver Key
Change Rec Key
After entering the desired Receiver Key and pressing COMMAND, the SURE? YES NO
Sure? NO YES
prompt displays. Press the Select key under YES to keep the new key, or under NO to
use the previously stored key.
Receiver key
Rec key changed
Receiver Key Changed
After pressing the Select key under YES, the display indicates that the receiver key is
successfully changed.
Line Number
Line No: X
Line Number
Press any top row Select key to clear the display and enter a new line number. Enter
the line number, 1 through 5, for which the communication method is to be specified.
Line Type
Type: DD
Line Type
The display shows the current setting for the line type.
Line Type
None DD NET
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Press the Select key under the communication method for this line. NET for Data
Network communication for use with data networks. DD for DMP Digital Dialer. NONE to
clear all information for the line. Line 5 defaults to NET and lines 1 through 4 default
to DD. After you select the line type, the display returns to LINE NO: to program the
other lines.
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Off-Normal Settings
This section of programming allows you to view previous Fire, Fire Verify, Burglary, and Supervisory zones that
have not restored. In addition, supervised network (NET) accounts that are off line display here.
SCS-1R Menu
Off-Normal?
Off-Normal
Press any top row Select key to view the messages. Press the COMMAND key to advance
to the next programming section. Press the Back Arrow key to return to Configure
System.
Off-Normal Accounts and Zones
Off-normal
Press the far left Select key to view non-check-in accounts. Press the far right Select
Accts zones
key to view zones.
112345 NET Acct
Not responding
Off-Normal Account Display Example
After pressing the Select key under ACCTS, all off normal account instances display
a message similar to the one shown on the left. The line number is listed first: line 1
in the example. The account number follows the line number: 12345. The example
message then displays: Network Account not Responding.
Delete Off-Normal Account Instance
112345 NET Acct
Delete?
When an off-normal account message displays, pressing any top row Select key can
NOYES
delete this instance from the SCS-1R. Press the top row Select key under YES to delete,
or NO to save the message and return to the last display. Default is NO.
112345 ZONE 123
FIRE Alarm
Off-Normal Zone Display Example
After pressing the top row Select key under ZONES, all off normal zone messages
display similar to the one shown on the left. The line number is listed first: line 1 in
the example. The account number follows the line number: 12345. The zone number
then displays: ZONE 123. The second line displays the zone type, Fire, Burglary, or
Supervisory, followed by the event type, Alarm or Trouble: FIRE ALARM is the message
in the example.
Delete Off-Normal Zone Instance
112345 ZONE 123
Delete?
When an off-normal zone displays, pressing any top row Select key can delete this
NOYES
account instance from the SCS-1R. Press the top row Select key under YES to delete, or
NO to save the message and return to the previous display. Default is NO.
System Status
The programming System Status section allows you to view various items, such as the number of calls each line
has received since midnight.
SCS-1R Menu
System Status?
System Status
Press any top row Select key to view System Status. Press the COMMAND key to advance
to the next programming section. Press the Back Arrow key to return to the Off-Normal
programming section.
Number of Calls
Line X
This displays the number of calls the line has received since midnight. Lines 1 through
No Of Calls: XXXX
5 display if they are DD lines. XXXX in the second line of the display represents the
number of calls.
Automation Messages
No of automation
This displays the total number of messages sent to the automation computer since
Messages: XXXX
midnight.
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SERVICE CODE
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Service Code (XR500 Series panels)
This option allows the entry of a 5-digit service authorization code used to authenticate
service personnel before allowing access to panel programming or performing any user
operations.
Range for the 5‑digit code is 00000-65535. When this feature is enabled on an XR500
Series panel and a service person enters a valid service user code for system operation
or 6653 is entered for programming at the panel, the service code entry option displays
for the service person to enter the code number programmed in this option. Once the
code is authenticated with the receiver, access to panel programming or the User Menu
is granted. If the code is not authenticated, access is denied.
The receiver cannot authenticate service personnel until a number is entered at this
option. Entering 00000 at the receiver disables this operation and access is always
granted.
Note: This panel operation is available to purchase for XR500 Series panels with version
108 or higher software. Refer to the Feature Upgrade section in the XR500 Series
Programming Guide (LT-0679) for additional information.
Host Automation
The SCS-1R programming Host Automation section allows you to make adjustments to optimize the SCS-1R
performance with the host automation computer. The display shows the current setting for each prompt. Press
any top row Select key to clear the display and enter the new information.
SCS-1R Menu
Host automation?
Host Automation
Press any top row Select key to program Host Automation settings. Press the COMMAND
key to advance to the next programming section. Press the Back Arrow key to return to
the System Status section.
Set Defaults
Set TO defaults?
To set the host automation programming to the defaults, press the far right Select key
Noyes
under YES.
Test Interval:
1
Test Interval
Press any top row Select key to clear the display and enter the new Test Interval. Enter
the number of minutes, 1 through 60, between communication test messages (S99)
from the SCS-1R Receiver and host computer. Default is 1 (one).
acknowledge
Timeout: 03
Acknowledge Timeout
Press any top row Select key to clear the display and enter the new Acknowledge
Timeout. This is the time in seconds, 1 through 15, the SCS-1R waits for a host
acknowledgment of a message before transmitting it again. Default is 3 (three).
Line number
Length: 0
Line Number Length
Press any top row Select key to clear the display and enter the new Line Number
Length. Enter the number of decimal ASCII characters, 0 (zero) through 2, used to
report the SCS-1R Receiver signal line number. Default is 0 (zero).
Zone number
Length: 3
Zone Number Length
Press any top row Select key to clear the display and enter the new Zone Number
Length. Enter the number of characters, 2 through 4, used for a zone number. Default
is 3 (three).
user number
Length: 4
User Number Length
Press any top row Select key to clear the display. Enter the number of characters, 2
through 4, used for user codes. Default is 4 (four).
baud Rate:
9600
Baud Rate
Press any top row Select key to clear the display. Set the signaling speed between the
SCS-1R and the host computer. Baud rate is programmable for 300, 600, 1200, 2400,
4800, 9600, and 19200. Default is 9600.
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Start Character :
NONE
Start Character
Enter the character to be used at the start of a host message. Select None, STX, or
enter any 3 characters. Default is NONE.
Area Format
Area Format
Press the far right Select key for Decimal format. The display shows DECIMAL YES. Press
DECIMAL?No
yes
the middle right Select key for Binary format. The display shows DECIMAL NO.
Retries to
Failure: 5
Retries to Failure
Press any top row Select key to clear the display. Enter the number of attempts,
between 1 and 15, the SCS-1R makes to transmit a message to the host computer. When
this number is reached, the SCS-1R initiates a host failure mode. Default is 5 (five).
Serial 3 Messages
Serial 3 MSGs?
Press the far right Select key to select YES to allow the SCS-1R to send Serial 3 message
NO
YES
format to the Host automation computer. Press the middle right Select key for NO,
which converts Serial 3 messages to Serial 1 messages.
Printer Disable
SCS-1R PRINTER
Press the middle right Select key for NO to enable the printer and operate as
Disable
Noyes
programmed in the SCS-1R Print Always option. Press the far right Select key for YES, to
disable the Activity Log printer port. Default is NO.
Note: UL central station applications must use a serial printer that is listed for Fire
Protective Signaling Systems.
SCS-1R Print Always
SCS-1R Print
Press the middle right Select key for NO, which prints only when in host failure mode.
Always? Noyes
Press the far right Select key for YES to enable the printer output for all system events.
Note: UL central station applications must use a serial printer that is listed for Fire
Protective Signaling Systems.
CRC Error Check
crc error check?
Press the far right Select key for YES, which allows each message sent to the host to be
Noyes
prefixed with an SIA CIS CRC-16. The format is 4 hexadecimal characters.
Sequence Number
sequence number?
Press the far right Select key for YES, which sends each message sent to the host with a
Noyes
sequence number ranging from 1 to 99.
Small “z” Zone Messages
Small “z” Zone
Press the far right Select key under YES to configure the SCS-1R Receiver Host output
msgs? Noyes
to use the “z” zone message format in communication with the host automation
computer. The “z” message processes 16-character zone and area names from DMP
1912XR and old XR200 panels. Select NO to configure the SCS-1R Receiver to convert all
zone messages to the A, T, or R message format.
SCS-1R Time To Panels
SCS-1R time to
Press the top row Select key under YES to allow the SCS-1R to update the DMP
panels? No yes
Command Processor™ panel internal clock as the panels communicate with the SCS-1R
Receiver. Select NO to prevent the SCS-1R Receiver from updating the communicating
panel internal clocks. The time must be sent from the host computer through the
SCS‑1R host port every 24 hours to allow this function to work. Please see the
Receiver/Panel Time Updates section in the SCS-1R Host Communication Output
Specification (LT-0086) for further details.
If the Host automation computer does not send time updates, if the time has been
changed manually at the Membrane Keypad, and if SCS-1R Time to Panels is set to YES,
the time change is sent to panels that request time updates.
SCS-1R Hours
from GMT: 6
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SCS-1R Hours From GMT
Number of hours (0 to 23) from the Greenwich Time zone (GMT) where the SCS-1R is
located. Refer to the table below for various cities and GMT settings.
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GMT
City/Time Zone
GMT
City/Time Zone
0
London, Monrovia, Lisbon, Dublin, Casablanca, Edinburgh
13
New Cadelonia
1
Cape Verde Island, Azores
14
Guam, Sydney
2
Mid-Atlantic, Fernando de Noronha
15
Tokyo, Seoul
3
Buenos Aires, Georgetown, Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro
16
Hong Kong, Singapore
4
Atlantic Time (Canada), Caracas, La Paz, Santiago
17
Bangkok, Hanoi
5
Eastern Time (US, Canada) Bogota, Lima, Arequipa
18
Dhaka, Almaty
6
Central Time (US, Canada), Mexico City, Saskatchewan
19
Islamabad, Karachi
7
Mountain Time (US, Canada), Edmonton
20
Abu Dhabi, Kazan
8
Pacific Time (US, Canada), Tijuana
21
Moscow, Bagdad
9
Alaska
22
Eastern Europe
10
Hawaii
23
Rome, Paris, Berlin
11
Midway Island, Samoa
12
Fiji, Marshall Island, Wellington, Auckland, Kwajalein, Kamchatka
Dialer Line Card Monitor
Dialer LINE CARD
Press the far right Select key for YES to enable monitoring of all SCS-100 digital dialer
MONITOR? Noyes
line cards for any failed communication attempts. A failed communication attempt
occurs when the line card goes off hook but does not successfully communicate with a
panel. Refer to S61-S65 messages in the Appendix. Press the middle right Select key for
NO, to disable the line card monitoring operation. Default is NO.
When enabled, and a line card communication fails, a message, S61 through S65 (Line
1-5 respectively), is sent to the host automation computer, SCS-1R printer and LCD
display. Manual acknowledgement is required when the SCS-1R is not successfully
communicating with the host automation computer.
Exit Menu
Exit Menu allows you to properly end programming and exit the menu.
SCS-1R Menu
Exit Menu
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Exit Menu
Press any top row Select key to exit the SCS-1R menu. This automatically logs the
operator off.
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Printout Explanations
Printout Explanations
General Description
Note: UL central station applications must use a serial printer listed for Fire Protective Signaling Systems.
The SCS-1R prints out two general types of messages: changes in the system information and messages received
from DMP Command Processor panels. The message line for system changes is bracketed by double asterisks
with the time of occurrence printed at the far right. Messages from panels always list the account number first
followed by the message and the time of occurrence. The printout below is a typical page from an Activity Log.
ATLAS SECURITY SERVICE, INCORPORATED
Wednesday
5/1/03
* * ACTIVITY LOG * *
Page number: 2
**
* * RICK SIGNED ON * * * * 7:58 a.m.
* * OPERATOR:
PAT
LEVEL:
8
ADDED TO OPERATOR CODES.* * 7:59 a.m.
* * OPERATOR:
DAVE
LEVEL:
9
CHANGED TO LEVEL: 5.
  * * 7:59 a.m.
* * SECURITY CONTROL SYSTEM NUMBER CHANGED TO: 1.
* * 8:01 a.m.
* * LINE: 3 CONFIGURED AS: DD
PHONE NUMBER: (214) 555-1212 * * 8:02 a.m.
* * DIALER PANEL NUMBER:
108 ADDED TO LINE: 1
* * 8:04 a.m.
**
* * RICK SIGNED OFF * * * * 8:07 a.m.
11Zone:
8 FRONT DOOR
- BURG
ALARM
8:18 a.m.
11Zone: 2 BACK DOOR
- BURG
TROUBLE
8:23 a.m.
11 Zone: 2 BACK DOOR - BURG
RESTORE
8:24 a.m.
11 * * AMBUSH * *
8:27 a.m.
11 Area: 1 OFFICE
- DISARMED Usr: 007
8:31 a.m.
2 PLANT
3 SHIPPING
11Zone: 010 FRONT DOOR
- BYP
Usr: 015
8:33 a.m.
11 Usr: 009 added to panel
Usr: 002
8:33 a.m.
11 Permanent schedule for Tuesday Area: 1
8:35 a.m.
Open: 8:00 a.m.
Close: 5:30 p.m.
Usr: 005
11 Door access Dr: 001
Usr: 021
8:36 a.m.
11 WARNING: Low standby battery
8:38 a.m.
11Zone: 37 SMOKE DET. - FIRE
ALARM
8:40 a.m.
System Messages
System messages are provided on the Activity Log printer to provide a permanent record of changes made to the
system information. The operator making the change is determined by referring to the last sign on.
Operator Signon
This message prints after an operator enters their code number to access the system menu. The name of the
operator and the sign on time print. The operator code number does not print.
Time/Day/Date
When the time, day, or date is changed, the old and the new values print.
Operator Codes
When a new operator is added to the system, the operator name and level print. Any time a current operator is
deleted from the system a similar message prints. When only the operator level is changed, the old level and the
new level print.
System Number
When the system number is changed, the new system number prints.
Telephone Line Configuration
Each time a change is made to any part of a line configuration, all parts of that configuration print. This message
displays in a 2-line format.
Command Processor Messages
Messages from Command Processor panels are sent to the SCS-1R advising of various changes in the panel status.
The messages print and/or display on the LCD.
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Printout Explanations
Alarm, Trouble, and Restore
These messages are all formatted the same. Alarm and Trouble messages print to the Activity Log and display on
the LCD for acknowledgment.
Fire and Supervisory restorals display on the LCD for acknowledgment and printed to the Activity Log while other
restore messages print to the Activity Log only.
Ambush
The Ambush message prints and displays on the LCD for acknowledgment.
Opening and Closing
Openings and Closings reports list the areas that are armed or disarmed and the user name making the change.
These messages can be from 1 to 8 consecutive lines and print to the Activity Log only.
Bypass and Reset
This message prints in a one line format listing the zone number, zone name, and user name making the change.
The message prints on the Activity Log only.
Add and Delete Codes
This message lists the user name that is added or deleted along with the user name of the individual making the
change. The message prints on the Activity Log only.
Schedule Changes
This prints in a 2-line format listing the type of schedule, day of the week, opening and closing time, and the user
name making the change. This message prints on the Activity Log only.
Door Access
This message lists the user name accessing the door strike relay and the door number that is being accessed. The
door number matches the keypad address operated by the user. This message prints on the Activity Log only.
Acknowledgment of Fire Alarms and Troubles
This message is listed each time the operator acknowledges a fire type zone alarm or trouble message. The
message includes the account number, zone number, and the acknowledged condition.
Message Destinations
Message
Activity Log
LCD
Operator Sign On
X
Time/Day/Date
X
Operator Codes
X
System Number
X
Telephone Line Configuration
X
Zone Alarm
X
X
Zone Trouble
X
X
Zone Restore
X
*
Ambush
X
X
Opening and Closing
X
Bypass and Reset
X
Add and Delete Codes
X
Schedule Changes
X
System Messages
X
Door Access
X
X
* Fire and supervisory type zones restorals are the only
restorals that display on the LCD for acknowledgement.
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Printout Explanations
Printer Troubleshooting
Activity Log ERROR
When the SCS-1R cannot complete printing a message to the Activity Log printer, this alarm message displays on
the LCD for acknowledgment. Possible causes of failure are:
Power Light Not Lit
Check AC outlet. If the outlet is good, check the internal circuit breaker and fuse located on the left rear corner of the printer.
SEL Light Not Lit
Press the SEL switch to light the SEL light. If the light does not come on, turn the unit off for five seconds
and try again.
PAPER Light Lit
In this case the SEL light cannot be lit and paper must be added.
Bad Printer Cable
If the printer can complete a test printing and installing a dummy plug at the rear of the SCS-1R can silence
an alarm, the printer cable has been damaged.
If none of the above are the cause for the activity log error, contact DMP Technical Support at:
1-888-4DMPTEC (1-888-436-7832)
If calling internationally, dial 1-417-831-9362
Note: Installation of a dummy plug, which shorts pins 4 and 5, causes all messages waiting to be printed and all
messages received while it is installed to be lost.
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Appendix
Appendix
Host Communication Formats
Serial 1 Messages
The Serial 1 message format is based on fixed positions for information content and a constant character string
length. Serial 1 Messages are only sent to the Host Automation Computer when an alarm panel sends the message
in the Serial 1 message format.
Serial 3 Messages
The Serial 3 message format is available when an XRSuper6, XR20 (version 201 and higher), XT30, XR40, XT50,
XR200, XR2400F, XR200-485, XR100 and XR500 Series panel is communicating to an SCS-1R Receiver. Serial 3 allows
16-character user names to be sent to the Host Automation Computer. Additionally, the Serial 3 format design
provides for the addition of new information in later upgrades without the need to immediately upgrade the SCS1R Receiver or the Host Automation Computer software.
Serial 3 Messages are only sent when an alarm panel sends the message in the Serial 3 Message format and the
Serial 3 Messages option in the Host Configuration programming of the SCS-1R Receiver is programmed YES. If the
receiver is programmed NO for Serial 3 Messages, all messages are automatically converted to the Serial 1 format
and then sent to the Host Automation Computer. Refer to the SCS-1R Host Communication Specification for Serial
1 and Serial 3 messages.
Network Connection
What is Data Network Communication?
A major difference between DMP Data Network and dialer accounts is the panel ability to use digital networks,
such as computer data networks like the Internet, instead of standard analog phone lines.
NET (Network) is not a polled format. Using NET, the panel sends supervision messages when programmed and
receives acknowledgments for the messages from the receiver in much the same way a dialer account does.
The data format is different using NET communication. Past messages sent by DMP panels have always been in
Synchronous Data Link Control (SDLC) packet format. Messages from panels using NET communication send in
DMP NET format. Previously, this format was used only by the DMP SCS-1R Receiver to communicate with Host
automation computers.
Now, by selecting Network (NET) as the Communication Type in the panel, and Network (NET) as a the Line
Configuration in the SCS-1R Receiver, alarm and system messages from subscriber accounts can be accepted by
the receiver and sent along to the automation system without the need to convert any data.
Configuring the Receiver Line
From the SCS-1R Receiver, scroll to Configure System in the LCD menu. Select NET for the particular line (port on
the SCS-1062) to be used during NET communication. The selected line is now able to accept incoming messages
from panels using the Data Network (NET) report format.
Although the receiver does not poll a panel using Network communication on a regular basis, the receiver
responds to each message the panel sends with an Acknowledgment signal.
When NET is selected, the SCS-100 Line Card for the configured line is not used for communication. Instead, a
DMP SCS-101 Network Interface Card is used to connect directly to the digital network. The SCS-1062 port must
be configured for NET operation by resetting its jumpers. See Figure 1. Any port can be configured for SDLC
communication or NET digital network communication.
When changing between SDLC and NET, move only jumpers Q through Z and aa through dd.
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Setting the SCS-1062 port jumpers
For the port chosen to connect to the SCS-101, configure the small gold jumpers for NET as shown below.
W T S
dd cc
bb aa
V
Z
Y
X
R Q
U
W T S
dd cc
bb
aa
V
Z
Y
X
R
U Q
P O N
P O N
J
gg ff ee
F
C
J2
E D
M L K
J
hh ii jj
J1
gg ff ee
B A
Port 2
SDLC
Port 1
SDLC
F
C
J2
E D
M L K
hh ii jj
J1
B A
Port 1
NET
Port 2
NET
After setting the jumpers on the selected port card for NET operation, set the port configuration jumpers located
on the main SCS-1062 card in a row along the back of the individual port cards. Set the jumpers according to the
list of pin numbers in the table below.
For SDLC
For NET
Line 1
1, 4, 6, 8
2, 3, 6, 8
Line 2
9, 11, 13, 16
9, 11, 14, 15
Line 3
17, 20, 22, 24
18, 19, 22, 24
Line 4
25, 27, 29, 32
25, 27, 30, 31
Line 5
33, 36, 38, 40
34, 35, 38, 40
Use this example to set the four jumpers on each port you have selected for Network communication.
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17
18
33
34
3
4
19
20
35
36
5
6
21
22
37
38
7
8 Port 1
39
40 Port 5
9 Port 2
10
23
24 Port 3
25 Port 4
26
11
12
27
28
13
14
29
30
15
16
31
32
Printer Port
SCS-1062
1
2
NET Jumper Settings
NET Jumper Settings
NET Jumper Settings
for Lines 1 and 2
for Lines 3 and 4
for Line 5
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When you finish configuring the port for Network communication, the port should look like the port in the figure
below.
SCS-1062 Main Processor Card
dd cc
bb aa
WTS
Z
Y
X
V
U
R Q
P O N
MLK
J
gg ff ee
8
7
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5
4
3
2
1
F
J2
E D C
hh ii jj
J1
B A
Port 2
Port 1
NET
NET
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Revisions
Revisions to This Document
This section explains the changes made to this document during this revision. It lists the date and identifies the
change(s) made, the related section heading, and a summary of the change.
Version
1.02
Section Heading
Operator Code
Installation Checklist
SCS-RACK System Enclosure
SCS-100 Line Card
SCS-101 Line Card
SCS-130 Transformer Card
SCS-1R Printer Cable
Quick Explanation of Changes
Updated to allow codes between 3 and 8 alphanumeric characters
Updated AC Power section to reflect power cord connection
Updated Rack Mounting for NRTL listed Fire Signaling applications
Added Maximum line impedance
Added Maximum line impedance
Updated for AC power cord and strain relief installation
Added pinout diagram
1.01
Serial Message Table
Off Normal Settings
Off-Normal Zone Display
Serial Message Table
Removed. Added reference to SCS-1R Host Output Specification
Burglary added to the list of non-restored zones that display.
Burglary added to the list of zone types displayed.
Added System Message 96 ALARM: Verify Signal Received.
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Index
Symbols
24-Hour Recall Tests 2
32-Character LCD and Membrane
Keypad 2, 6
A
ACK 1, 15
Acknowledge
Alarm Signal 1
Fire Alarms and Troubles 27
Timeout 23
Activity Log 27
ERROR 28
Printer 14
Printout Explanations 26
AC Power 4
AC Power Connection 13
Alarm, Trouble, and Restore 27
Alpha Characters 16
Ambush 27
Area Format 24
Asynchronous 35
Automation 23
B
Back Arrow Key 16
Bad Printer Cable 28
Baud Rate 23
Bypass and Reset 27
C
COMMAND Key 16
Components Included 5
computer 14
Configuration 19
Configure System 21
Company Name 21
Line Number 21
Line Type 21
Receiver Key 21
System Number 21
CRC Error Check 24
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Date 19
Day 19
Dialer Line Card Monitor 25
Display Options 17
Door Access 27
E
Earth Ground 4
Echo Cancel Off 8
Error Messages 28
Exit 25
F
Failure Retries 24
FORCE CTS 10
Fuse 13
G
GMT 25
H
Host 14, 35
Host Automation 23, 29
Acknowledge Timeout 23
Area Format 24
Baud Rate 23
CRC Error Check 24
Dialer Line Card Monitor 25
Line Number Length 23
Printer Disable 24
Print Always 24
Retries to Failure 24
SCS-1R Hours from GMT 25
SCS-1R Time To Panels 25
Sequence Number 25
Serial 3 Messages 24
Set Defaults 23
Small “z” Zone Messages 25
Start Character 24
Test Interval 23
User Number Length 23
Zone Number Length 23
Host Communication Formats 29
I
Installation Checklist 4
K
Keypad Options and Diagnostics 17
L
LCD and Membrane Keypad 4, 17
LCD Membrane Keypad 16
LED Indicators
LCD Membrane Keypad 1
SCD-100 9
SCS-101 10
SCS-1062 8
SCS-110 11
SCS-120 12
Level 20
Line Jumpers 7
Line Number Length 23
Line Type 21
M
Message Destinations 27
Modem Rack 6
Multibus Rack 6
N
Network Connection 4, 34
Number 20
O
Off-Normal 22
Accounts and Zones 22
Account Display Examples 22
Delete Account Instance 22
Delete Zone Instance 22
Zone Display Example 22
Opening and Closing 27
Operator’s Quick Reference 1
Operator Codes 20
Operator Level 20
Operator Signon 19
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Index
P
PAPER Light Lit 28
Phone Lines 4
Port Jumpers 7
Power Light Not Lit 28
Printer Disable 24
Printout Explanations 26
Processor Monitor 12
Programming 19
R
Rack Mounting 6
Receiver Key 21
Reports 2, 26
Retries to Failure 24
RXD and TXD 10
S
Schedule Changes 27
SCS-100 Line Card 8, 9
LEDs 9
SCS-101 Network Interface Card 10
Compatibility 10
LED 10
SCS-1062 Processor Card 7, 8
LEDs 8
SCS-110 Modem Power Supply Card 11
LEDs 11
SCS-120 Multibus Power Supply Card 12
LEDs 12
SCS-130 Transformer Card 13
SCS-1R
Faceplate 4
Hours from GMT 25
Included Components 5
Print Always 24
Time to Panels 25
SCS-202 Convenience Panel 14
SCS-204 Host Cable 14
SCS-208 Power Cable 14
SCS-PTR Printer 4
SCS-RACK System Enclosure 6
SDLC 7, 35, 36
Select Keys 16
SEL Light Not Lit 28
Sequence Number 25
Serial 1 Messages 29
Serial 3 Messages 24, 29
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Serial Message Table 29
Service Code (XR500 Series panels) 23
Set Defaults 23
Signon 19
Small “z” 25
Start Character 24
Synchronous Data Link Control 35
System Block Diagram 3
System Messages 26
System Overview 2
System Status 22
T
Telephone Line Configuration 26
Terms 15
Test Interval 23
Time 19
Time/Day/Date 19
Transmit Level 8
U
Update Time 25
User Number Length 23
Z
z 25
Zone Messages 25
Zone Number Length 23
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Important Information
Use the table below to record important information about your SCS-1R Receiver. Keep this table and the rest
of the manual in a safe location for future reference. Refer to Operator Codes in the Operator’s Guide in this
document.
Operator
Number
1
Operator Name
Code
Number
Code
Level
NEW
9
NEW
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Receiver Key __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __
Notes:
Operating Voltage 120 VAC, 60Hz, 900mA
Ground Faults annunciated at 0 Ohms.
Components
SCS-RACK
System Enclosure
SCS1R-Spares Spare Board kit
SCS-100
Line Card
SCS-101
Network Line Card
SCS-110
Modem Power Card
SCS-120
Multibus Power Card
SCS-130
Transformer Card
SCS-202
Convenience Panel
SCS-204
Host Cable
SCS-208
Power Cord
SCS-1062
Main Processor Card
Accessory Devices
SG-DPU-414 Printer with Power Supply
and Cable
SCS-186T
Printer with Cable (Non-UL)
800 - 641 - 4282
FCC Part 15
FCC Part 68 Registration ID CCK8GW-16197-AL-N
California State Fire Marshal (CSFM)
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Listed
Commercial Fire and Burglary Alarm Supervisory Station Control Unit Receiver
ANSI/UL 864
Fire-protective Signaling
ANSI/UL 1635
Digital Alarm Communicator
ANSI/UL 1610
Central-station Burglar
ANSI/UL 365
Police Station Connected Burglar
ANSI/UL 1076
Proprietary Burglar
Underwriters Laboratories Canada (ULC) Listed
ULC-S545 Standard for Residential Fire Warning
System Control Units
ULC-S304 Standard for Central and Monitoring
Station Burglar Alarm Units
ULC-C1023 Household Burglar Alarm System Units
ULC/ORD-C1076 Standard for Proprietary Burglar Alarm
Units and Systems
For additional information, access www.dmp.com and select
Compliance.
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