Galaxy Installation Manual
8/18/60/128/500/504/512
Installation Manual
Galaxy Installation Manual
Table of Contents
Contents
Introduction ............................................................................................. 1-1
Section 1: Quick Setup .......................................................................... 1-3
Section 2: System Architecture ............................................................ 2-1
Galaxy 8 PCB Layout .......................................................................................... 2-4
Galaxy 18/60 PCB Layout................................................................................... 2-5
Galaxy 128, 500, 504 & 512 PCB Layout........................................................... 2-6
System Installation and Wiring ......................................................................... 2-7
Stand-by Battery ................................................................................................. 2-8
Power Supply Unit .............................................................................................. 2-8
Memory ................................................................................................................ 2-9
RS485 Data Communication Bus (AB Lines) ................................................... 2-9
RS485 Wiring Configurations ............................................................................ 2-9
RS485 Wiring Recommendations ................................................................... 2-10
Zones ................................................................................................................. 2-12
Zone addresses .............................................................................................................. 2-12
Wiring Zones ...................................................................................................................2-13
Wiring Multiple Zones ...................................................................................... 2-14
Wiring Keyswitches ........................................................................................................ 2-14
Wiring Terminator Buttons ............................................................................................ 2-15
Outputs .............................................................................................................. 2-15
Output Applications ......................................................................................... 2-16
Section 3: Optional Modules and Facilities .......................................... 3-1
Remote Input Output (RIO) Modules – C072.................................................... 3-1
Addressing ........................................................................................................................ 3-1
Connecting the RIO........................................................................................................... 3-2
Configuring the RIO .......................................................................................................... 3-2
Outputs ............................................................................................................................... 3-3
Entry/Exit RIO ..................................................................................................................... 3-3
Entry/Exit RIO Zone Programming ........................................................................................................... 3-4
Entry/Exit RIO Zone Operation ................................................................................................................. 3-4
Slave RIO ................................................................................................................................................. 3-4
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RF RIO – C076 ..................................................................................................... 3-5
Connecting the RF RIO ..................................................................................................... 3-5
Addressing the RF RIO ..................................................................................................... 3-6
Address Ranges ...................................................................................................................................... 3-6
RF RIO Programming ........................................................................................................ 3-7
Configuring the RF RIO .................................................................................................... 3-7
3 Ampere Smart PSU – P015 .............................................................................. 3-8
Printer Interface Module-A134/A161 ................................................................ 3-9
Telecom Module – E062 ................................................................................... 3-10
Connection to the PSTN ................................................................................................. 3-10
Programming the Telecom Module .............................................................................. 3-10
RS232 Interface Module - E054 ....................................................................... 3-11
Copy and Overwrite ........................................................................................................ 3-11
Interface with a PC........................................................................................................... 3-11
Serial Printer Interface .................................................................................................... 3-12
ISDN Module – E077 ......................................................................................... 3-13
Programming the ISDN Module ..................................................................................... 3-13
Ethernet Module - E080.................................................................................... 3-14
Configuring the Ethernet Module ................................................................................. 3-14
Ethernet Communication ............................................................................................... 3-14
Software Packages ........................................................................................... 3-15
Galaxy Gold...................................................................................................................... 3-15
Alarm Monitoring ............................................................................................................. 3-15
Security Directors Gold .................................................................................................. 3-15
Section 4: The Galaxy Keypad .............................................................. 4-1
General................................................................................................................. 4-1
Power Consumption ......................................................................................................... 4-1
Wiring the Keypad............................................................................................................. 4-1
Addressing ........................................................................................................................ 4-2
Keypad Installation Procedure ......................................................................... 4-2
Adding a Keypad to the System...................................................................................... 4-4
Removing a Keypad from the System ............................................................................ 4-4
Self Diagnostics ................................................................................................................ 4-4
Keypad Operation ............................................................................................................. 4-5
Number Keys ........................................................................................................................................... 4-5
View Keys ................................................................................................................................................ 4-5
Enter Key .................................................................................................................................................. 4-5
Escape Key .............................................................................................................................................. 4-5
Hash Key .................................................................................................................................................. 4-6
Star Key .................................................................................................................................................... 4-6
Power LED ............................................................................................................................................... 4-7
Banner ...................................................................................................................................................... 4-7
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The Galaxy KeyProx ........................................................................................... 4-8
General ............................................................................................................................... 4-8
Addressing ........................................................................................................................ 4-8
Operation............................................................................................................................ 4-8
Card Types ......................................................................................................................... 4-8
Section 5 : Door Control - MicroMAX (MX11) ....................................... 5-1
Installation Instructions .................................................................................... 5-1
Wiring the MicroMAX ........................................................................................................ 5-1
Installing the MicroMAX.................................................................................................... 5-2
Configuring a MicroMAX Reader into the System ........................................................ 5-3
Configuring as On-Line MicroMAX ................................................................................. 5-3
Configuring as a Stand-Alone MicroMAX ...................................................................... 5-4
Removing a MicroMAX Reader from the System .......................................................... 5-5
On-Line Mode........................................................................................................................................... 5-5
Operating Instructions ..................................................................................................... 5-6
Card-Held Function ................................................................................................................................... 5-6
Card-Held System Setting ........................................................................................................................ 5-6
Downloading the MicroMAX Log .............................................................................................................. 5-7
MicroMAX Log ................................................................................................................... 5-7
MicroMax Events Print-Out ....................................................................................................................... 5-7
Dual Access Cards ............................................................................................................ 5-8
Dual Focus (Card Held) .................................................................................................... 5-8
Timed Anti-Passback ........................................................................................................ 5-8
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Appendix A : Door Control - MAX (MX01) ............................................ A-1
Installation Instructions ................................................................................... A-1
Wiring the MAX ................................................................................................................. A-1
Mounting the MAX ............................................................................................................ A-2
Surface Mounting the MAX ...................................................................................................................... A-2
Flush Mounting the MAX ......................................................................................................................... A-2
Configuring a MAX Reader into the System ................................................................. A-3
Configuring as a Stand-Alone MAX ............................................................................... A-3
Configuring as On-Line MAX .......................................................................................... A-4
Removing a MAX Reader from the System ................................................................... A-5
Stand Alone Mode (Software V1.23 & V1.32) ......................................................................................... A-5
On-Line Mode .......................................................................................................................................... A-5
Programming Instructions for On-Line Readers ......................................................... A-5
Operating Instructions (On-Line Modes) ...................................................................... A-6
Gaining Access ....................................................................................................................................... A-6
Card-Held Function .................................................................................................................................. A-6
Max Log ............................................................................................................................. A-7
Max Events Print-Out ............................................................................................................................... A-7
Appendix B: Panel Comparisons ......................................................... B-1
Appendix C: Specifications .................................................................. C-1
Appendix D: Parts List Index................................................................ D-1
Index ............................................................................................................ 1
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Introduction
Introduction
The Galaxy control panels can be fully programmed via the Galaxy LCD keypad. This manual gives a full
description of all engineer and user programming options.
Throughout this Installation Manual, references to menu options, unless otherwise indicated, are found in the
Galaxy Programming Manual, part number IP1-0030.
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Quick Setup
Section 1: Quick Setup
To quickly set up the Galaxy control panel for programming follow these simple steps:
1. Connect a 1k Ω (1%) resistor across each of the zones on the panel and RIO (if connected).
2. Ensure that the tamper return loop — the terminal marked as T on the PCB — is a complete loop.
NOTE: This is factory set as a completed loop with a 0 V return.
3. Connect a keypad to the AB LINE terminals on the control panel. The Galaxy 500, 504 and 512
have four AB LINE terminals. Connect the terminals as follows:
Control Panel
K eyp ad
B
B
A
A
+
+
-
-
Table 1-1 Terminal Connections
4. Connect a 680 Ω End Of Line (EOL) resistor across the A and B terminals of the keypad.
5. Ensure that the keypad is fitted to the wall (see Keypad Installation Procedure, Section 4).
6. Connect the battery before replacing the control panel lid.
7. Connect the mains wiring to the control panel. Do not switch the mains ON.
8. Replace the control panel lid and secure the fastening screw.
9. Switch on the mains voltage (230 Va.c. / 50 Hz).
10. The following sequence of events occur:
• the keypad buzzer and control panel horn (if fitted) activate momentarily,
• flashing WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW is displayed on the keypad,
• the sounders stop and the keypad displays become blank,
• the green power LED lights,
• the default banner is displayed on the keypad.
GALAXY <Panel Type> <Panel Version>
00:00 SUN 01 JAN
11. The system is now ready to be programmed. Refer to Programming Manual: System Operation
for programming details.
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G8/18 & 60 Configuration
Section 2: System Architecture
12 zones on-board
10 zones on-board
8 zones on-board
Galaxy 8
Galaxy 18
Galaxy 60
(C055)
(C051)
(C052)
6 outputs
6 outputs
6 outputs
1 km (max.)
1 km (max.)
*
1 km (max.)
*
keypads (16)
CP027
*
keypads (16)
CP027
keypads (16)
CP027
*
*
MicroMax (2)
MX11
*
MicroMax (3)
MX11
MicroMax (4)
MX11
8 zones
8 zones
RS232 Module (1)
E054
RIO (6)
C072
RIO (1)
C072
Ethernet Module (1)
E080
4 outputs
4 outputs
OR
OR
8 zones
Smart PSU (1)
P015
8 zones
Smart PSU (6)
P015
4 outputs
4 outputs
Printer Interface (1)
A134/A161
RS232 Module (1)
E054
RS232 Module (1)
E054
Ethernet Module (1)
E080
Ethernet Module (1)
E080
Printer Interface (1)
A134/
A161
Printer Interface (1)
A134/
A161
Telecom Module (1)
E050/E062
ISDN Module (1)
E077
Twisted Pair
Screen Cable
W001/W002
*
RIOs, RF RIO's
and Smart PSU's
can be mixed on
the lines.
The maximum
number of
combined modules
is 6
Certain keypad and micromax
addresses can be replaced by a
combined keyprox unit.
NOTE:
If a Printer Interface or RS232 module is attached,
keypad address D cannot be connected.
If a Telecom module is attached, keypad
address E cannot be connected.
If an ISDN module is attached, keypad address
C cannot be connected.
If an Ethernet Module is attached, keypad address
B cannot be connected.
On-board
Telecom Module (1)
E050/E062
Telecom Module (1)
E050/E062
RF RIO Module (1)
C076
RF RIO Module (1)
C076
ISDN Module (1)
E077
ISDN Module (1)
E077
RIOs
K eyp ad s
MicroMAX
Keyprox
Zones
Outputs
P o ss.
Address
Zones
Outputs
P o ss.
Address
P o ss.
P o ss.
Galaxy 8
8
6
0
–
–
–
16
0 – 9, A – F
2
2
Galaxy 18
10
6
1
2
8
4
16
0 – 9, A – F
3
3
Galaxy 60
12
6
6
2–7
8 – 48
4 – 24
16
0 – 9, A – F
4
3
Table 2-1 Galaxy 8, 18 and 60 System Configurations
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G128 & 500 Configuration
0 zones/4 outputs on board
0 zones/4 outputs on board
Galaxy 128
Galaxy 500
(C070)
Line
1
(C057)
S3
Line
1
Line
2
Line
2
S3
Line
3
Line
4
Telecom Module (1) ISDN Module (1)
E077
E050/E062
1 km (max)
1 km (max)
*
keypads (8)
CP027
ISDN Module (1)
E077
Telecom Module (1)
E050/E062
*
keypads (8)
CP027
8 zones
Lines 2, 3 and 4 have the same configuration
8 zones
RIO (8)
C072
1 km (max)
RIO (15)
*
= MicroMax (4) C072
MX11
Galaxy 128
4 outputs
RIOs and Smart PSU's can
be mixed on the lines. The
OR
maximum number of
combined modules is
8 zones
8 per line.
4 outputs
OR
MicroMax (4)
MX11
Smart PSU (15)
P015
8 zones
RIO (16)
C072
4 outputs
4 outputs
Certain keypad and
micromax addresses
can be replaced by a
combined keyprox unit.
keypads (8)
CP027
8 zones
Smart PSU (8)
P015
*
MicroMax
(4) MX11
RS232 Module (1)
Note:
E055
The Printer Interface, RS232
and Ethernet modules must be
connected to line 1.
If an RS232 module is attached,
keypad address D cannot be
Ethernet Module (1)
connected to line 1.
E080
If an Ethernet Module is attached,
keypad address B cannot be
connected to line 1.
The Telecom Module and ISDN
Printer Interface (1)
Module must be connected to S3.
A134/A161
If a Telecom Module is attached
to S3, keypad address E
cannot be connected to line 1.
If an ISDN Module is attached
to S3, keypad address C
RF RIO Module (1)
cannot be connected to S3.
C076
On-board
RIOs, RF RIO's and Smart
PSU's can be mixed on the
lines. The maximum number
of combined modules is 16
per line (15 on line 1).
4 outputs
OR
8 zones
Smart PSU (16)
P015
Twisted Pair
Screen Cable
W002
4 outputs
RF RIO Module (1)
C076
RIOs/ Smart PSUs
K eyp ad s
MicroMAX
Keyprox
Galaxy Panel
Zones
Outputs
P o ss.
Address
Zones
Outputs
P o ss.
Address
P o ss.
P o ss.
128 (line S3)
(line 1)
(line 2)
0
0
0
0
4
4
0
8
8
0
1-8
0-7
0
128
0
68
0
8
8
C, E
0 - 2, B , D & F
0 - 6, F
0
4
4
0
3
4
500 (line S3)
(line 1)
(lines 2, 3, 4)
0
0
0
4
0
15
16
0
1 - 9, A - F
0 - 9, A - F
0
504
0
256
0
8
8
C, E
0 - 2, B , D & F
0 - 6, F
0
4
4
0
3
4
Table 2-2 Galaxy 128 and 500 system Configurations
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0 zones/4 outputs on board
0 zones/4 outputs on board
Galaxy 512
(C063)
Line
1
Line
2
Galaxy 504 and 512 have identical
external system configurations. G512
has an on-board Smart PSU which
gives an additional 8 zones and
4 outputs
Galaxy 504
Telecom
Module (1)
E050/E062
S3
Line
3
G504 & 512 Configuration
ISDN
Module (1)
E077
(C065)
Line
1
Line
4
Line
2
S3
Line
3
Line
4
ISDN
Module (1)
E077
Telecom
Module (1)
E050/E062
on-board
Smart PSU
4 outputs
8 zones
1 km (max)
*
*
keypads (8)
CP027
Certain keypad and
micromax addresses
can be replaced by a
combined keyprox unit.
Lines 2, 3 and 4 have the same configuration
8 zones
RIO (15)
C072
1 km (max)
keypads (8)
CP027
4 outputs
Micro-Max (8)
MX11
OR
8 zones
*
Micro-Max
(8) MX11
Smart PSU (15)
P015
8 zones
RIO (16)
C072
4 outputs
Note:
The Printer Interface, RS232
and Ethernet modules must
be connected to line 1.
If an RS232 module is attached,
keypad address D cannot be
connected to line 1.
If an Ethernet module is attached,
keypad address B cannot be
connected to line 1.
The Telecom Module and ISDN
Module must be connected to S3.
If a Telecom Module is attached
to S3, keypad address E cannot
be connected to S3.
If an ISDN Module is attached
to S3 keypad address C
cannot be connected to S3.
4 outputs
RS232 Module (1)
E054
OR
8 zones
Smart PSU (16)
P015
Ethernet Module (1)
E080
Twisted Pair
Screen Cable
W002
Printer Interface (1)
A134/A161
4 outputs
RF RIO Module (1)
C076
RIOs RF RIO's and Smart
PSU's can be mixed on
the lines. The maximum
number of combined
modules is 16
per line (15 on line 1)
RF RIO Module (1)
C076
On-board
Galaxy Panel
504, 512 (line S3)
(line 1)
(line 2, 3, 4)
RIOs
K eyp ad s
MicroMAX
Keyprox
Zones
Outputs
P o ss.
Address
Zones
Outputs
P o ss.
Address
P o ss.
P o ss.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
C, E
0
0
8
4+4
16
0–9, A –F
512
260
8
0 – 2, B , D & F
8
7
16
0 –9, A –F
8
0 – 6, F
8
8
Table 2-3 Galaxy 504 and 512 System Configurations
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Galaxy 8 PCB
Galaxy 8 PCB Layout
RAM
PROM 1
MICROPROCESSOR
Heatsink
3k3 Ω pull-up
resistors
R51
R49
R44
R46
SW2
R42
Lid tamper microswitch
MEM BK
JP2
+12V
F1
680 Ω EOL Resistor
12V
Fuses
VBATT
F2
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1 2
A B RIO 0 1
Battery
Leads
Engineer
Socket
R7
1
Connector to
a.c. mains
transformer
3 4
RIO 01
2
DC
RIO 1
Bell
Set
RS 485
Strobe
Intruder
line
Zones
PA
12V outputs
Reset
Outputs
Tamper
return
Rev 1.7
Figure 2-1 Galaxy 8 PCB Layout
The five transistorised outputs on the Galaxy 8 are converted to open collectors by cutting the appropriate
pull-up resistor. Refer to the following table:
Output
Number
Pull-up
Resistor
1001
R42
1002
R44
1011
R46
1013
R49
1014
R51
Table 2-4 Galaxy 8 Output Pull-up Resistors
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Galaxy 18/60 PCB
Galaxy 18/60 PCB Layout
MICROPROCESSOR
PROM 1
RAM
6 way jumper connect via lead
to PSU
Horn output
volume control
MEM BK
RV4
R64
R62
R59
R57
R55
Lid tamper
microswitch
3k3 Ω pull-up
resistors
Tamper
return
S1
R8
SW2
Engineer
Socket
680 Ω EOL
resistor
1
2
3
RIO 0
On-board
loudspeaker
JP3
1
4
2
3
4
5
RIO 1
6
S2
7
8
Zones 3 & 4 on RIO 0
are not available on
the Galaxy 18
A B
RS 485
line
1 2 1
RIO 0
Set
3 4 0
RIO1 V
PA
Bell
Intruder
Zones
2
Strobe
Reset
Outputs
Rev 1.7
Figure 2-2 Galaxy 18/60 PCB Layout
The five transistorised outputs on the Galaxy 18/60 are converted to open collectors by cutting the appropriate pull-up resistor. Refer to the following table:
Output
Number
Pull-up
Resistor
1001
R55
1002
R57
1011
R59
1013
R62
1014
R64
Table 2-5 Galaxy 18/60 Output Pull-up Resistors
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Galaxy 128, 500, 504 & 512 PCB
Galaxy 128, 500, 504 & 512 PCB Layout
IC9
RAM
RAM
PROM 1
IC10
MICROPROCESSOR
JP2
6 way jumper connect via lead
to PSU
Horn output
volume control
MEM BK
R2
R4
3k3 Ω pull-up
resistors
R6
Lid tamper
microswitch
S1
R32
R16
R27
R11
SW2
680 Ω EOL
resistors
S2
Engineer
sockets
S3
LINE LINE LINE LINE
A1B A2B A3B A4B 1
RS 485
lines (x4)
Bell
Note:
The galaxy 128 has only two RS485 lines
(lines 1 and 2). Therefore, resistors R16
and R32 are not fitted to this control panel.
0
3 4 V
2
Strobe
PA
On-board
Reset loudspeaker
Tamper
return
Outputs
Rev 2.0
Figure 2-3 Galaxy 128, 500, 504 & 512 PCB Layout
The three transistorised outputs on the Galaxy 128, 500, 504 & 512 are converted to open collectors by
cutting the appropriate pull-up resistor. Refer to the following table:
Output
Number
Pull-Up
Resistor
1001
R2
1003
R4
1004
R6
Table 2-6 Output Pull up Resistors
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Installation Recommendations
System Installation and Wiring
The installation and wiring must be performed by a competent engineer. For permanently connected equipment, a readily accessible disconnect device must be incorporated in the fixed wiring having contact separation
of at least 3 mm on each pole. The Galaxy control panel must be connected to the a.c. mains supply (230/
240 Va.c. 50 Hz) via a fused connection outlet.
The fuse in the mains outlet must not exceed 3A.
Route the mains cable through the hole on the right hand side of the enclosure base. Securely anchor the
cable to the box using the tie-wrap as shown in the following Figure:
From fused
connection
unit
Cable tie
To Transformer
Connector
Block
To Connector
Block
Figure 2-4 Securing the Mains Cable to the Panel
Keyhole slot (top)
Attaching
Hole
Attaching
Hole
Figure 2-5 Galaxy Panel Base
Secure the panel base to the wall using three 1.5" No. 8 round head steel screws through the holes provided.
The mains cable used must be a three core type (with green/yellow earth insulation) of adequate current
carrying capacity.
NOTE: The mains cable must satisfy the requirements stated in BS6500.
Connect the mains cable to the mains terminal block as follows:
•
blue wire to the terminal marked N (Neutral)
•
green/yellow wire to the terminal marked (Earth)
•
brown wire to the terminal marked L (Live)
NOTE: No other connections to the mains connector are permitted.
All wiring must be in accordance with the latest edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations (Regulations for Electrical Installations), see also BS7671.
Once all zones and module wiring has been completed replace the lid of the enclosure and screw the lid to the
base with the screw provided.
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Power Supply Unit
Stand-by Battery
The Galaxy control panels can accommodate up to 2x7 Ahr or 17 Ahr stand-by battery. Ensure that the
battery connector leads on the control panel Powers Supply Unit (PSU) are connected to the correct terminals on the battery.
Power Supply Unit
The Power Supply Unit (PSU) supplies power to the system. The Switch Mode PSU (Rev 1.00) does not
have a separate transformer.
PSU variants to Rev 1.6 are: 1A, 3A, and 3A Smart.
Switch Mode PSU variants to Rev 1.0 are: 1A and 3A.
THERE ARE LETHAL VOLTAGES PRESENT IN THE SWITCH MODE
PSU. REMOVE MAINS POWER FROM THE BOARD BEFORE HANDLING
IT.
F1
12+
BT
12AC
1212-
AC
Connector
HEATSINK
PCB
Power
Header
LED1
+
PL1
TB1
+
BT
s
PCB
Power
Header
AC
Connector
S1
Terminal
Block
+
AUX
LED 1
+
+
DC
REV1.6
GALAXY
PSU 3A
Battery
Terminals
F2
BAT
- +
F1
VOUT
AUX2
V
OUT AUX
Auxiliary
Power
Terminals
JP2
+
AUX1
+
+
BAT
+
Rev 1.0
Heatsink
Figure 2-6. 1A/3A Power Supply Unit
230V AC
WARNING:
Figure 2-7. 1A/3A Switch Mode Power Supply Unit
FUSE NAME
VALUE IN AMPS
BAT
1.6
AUX1
1.6
FUSE NAME 1A VALUE
3A VALUE
AUX2
1.0
AUX F1
1.0
2.0
VOUT
0.5
BAT F2
1.0
2.0
F1
1.0
Table 2-7 PSU fuses
Table 2-8 Switch Mode PSU Fuses
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RS485 Recommendations
Memory
The Galaxy control panels are fitted with a memory chip with its own battery backup on the main PCB. This
allows the panels to retain the system configuration and programming details and the event log for up to 8
hours (G8, 18 and 60) or 28 days (G128, 500, 504 and 512), when both the mains power and stand-by
battery have been disconnected. The backup battery switch (marked MEM BK on the PCB) must be kept
closed to retain the memory during a complete power down. This is known as a warm start.
NOTE: The period that the memory is retained for is dependent on the charge of the backup battery.
To completely erase the system memory and returnto the factory default settimgs open the MEM BK switch
and remove all power to the PCB. This is known as cold start.
RS485 Data Communication Bus (AB Lines)
Communication between the Galaxy control panels and the modules attached to the system takes place on the
AB line. The communication protocol is RS 485 format. The control panel constantly monitors the modules
attached to it. A break in the communication from any of the modules generates a module tamper alarm
RS485 Wiring Configurations
The system must be wired in a daisy-chain configuration. That is the A line from the previous module is
connected to the A terminal of the current module and then on to the A line of the next module.
The RS485 (AB) line must have a 680 Ω resistor fitted across the A and B terminals of the last module on the
line. If two lines are connected, both ends must be terminated with 680 Ω resistors and the appropriate EOL
resistor on the control panel PCB must be cut.
Galaxy
Control
Panel
680 Ω
A
B
A
B
A
B
680 Ω EOL
Factory fitted on PCB
Figure 2-8 Daisy Chain Configuration
Each AB line can run in two directions from the control panel. This requires a minor hardware modification to
the control panel PCB.
• cut EOL resistor — G8 = R7; G18/60 = R8; G128 = R11 & R 27; G500, 504 & G512 = R11, R27,
R16 and R32 for lines 1, 2, 3 and 4 respectively,
• run two lines from the A and B terminals of the line,
• terminate both Ends Of Line (EOL) with a 680 Ω resistor.
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A
Galaxy
Control
Panel
B
A
A
B
B
680 Ω EOL
680 Ω EOL
Figure 2-9 Twin AB Line Daisy-Chain configuration
RS485 Wiring Recommendations
To ensure that the system communicates at the maximum level of efficiency, the following recommendations
must be adhered to:
1.
Each communication line can support 32 devices. The maximum number of devices on each line
are:
Galaxy 8
Galaxy 18
Galaxy 60
Galaxy 128
Galaxy 500
Galaxy 504
Galaxy 512
K eyp ad s
16
16
16
8
8
8
8
RIO's/SPSU's
0
1
6
8
16 (line1=15)
16 (line1=15)
16
MicroMAX
2
3
4
4
4
8
8
R S 232
1
1
1
1(line1only)
1(line1only)
1(line1only)
1(line1only)
Telecoms
1
1
1
1 (connected
to S3)
1 (connected
to S3)
1 (connected
to S3)
1 (connected
to S3)
Printer
1
1
1
1(line1only)
1(line1only)
1(line1only)
1(line1only)
ISDN
1
1
1
1 (connected
to S3)
1 (connected
to S3)
1 (connected
to S3)
1 (connected
to S3)
Ethernet
1
1
1
1(line 1 only)
1(line 1 only)
1(line 1 only)
1(line 1 only)
Keyprox
2
3
3
4 (line 1 = 3)
4 (line 1 = 3)
8 (line 1 = 7
8 (line 1 = 7)
Table 2- 9 Communication Devices
2.
The system must be wired in a daisy-chain configuration. Spur and star configurations must not
be used as they reduce the immunity to electrical interference.
3.
The cable used to wire the RS485 (AB) line must be screened twisted pair (Part No. W002) or
Belden 8723 equivalent.
4.
Shielded twisted pair cable, where used, is connected to the earthing pillar on the Galaxy control
panel using the P-clip and nut supplied (refer to Figure 2-10).
5.
The RS485 (AB) line must have a 680 Ω resistor fitted across the A and B terminals of the last
module on the line. If two lines are connected, both ends must be terminated with 680 Ω resistors and
the appropriate EOL resistor on the control panel PCB must be cut (refer to figures 2-1, 2-2 and 2-3).
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6.
There must only be a single AB pair of wires in each of the cables.
7.
The power supply in the Galaxy control panel and remote power supplies must not be connected
in parallel.
8.
The 0 V of all remote power supplies should be connected in common to the 0 V of the Galaxy
control panel.
9.
Ensure that any extension loudspeakers are not wired in the same cable as an AB pair of wires.
10.
Where possible, ensure that the AB cable is at least 30 centimetres away from any other cables.
11.
Where possible, ensure that the AB cable does not run parallel to other cables for extended
distances (maximum 5 metres).
AB connectors
B
A
data line
data line
RS 485 cable
Cable screen
P-clip
Nut
P-clip
Earthing pillar
(threaded)
Figure 2-10 Connection of Cable screen using the P-Clip
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Zone Addresses
Zones
The default setting for the zones on the Galaxy panels are shown in the following table:
Galaxy
P an el
Zone 1001 Zone 1002
Remaining
Zones
8, 18, 60
Final
Exit
Intruder
128, 500
-
-
Intruder
504, 512
Intruder
Intruder
Intruder
Table 2-10 Default Zone Functions
Zone addresses
Each zone has a four digit address; 1004, 4136. The address is made up of three reference numbers as shown
in the following figure:
Example: 3057
Represents Panel
Line No.
Represents
RIO Address
Represents
Zone No. 1-8 on RIO
RIO
ADDRESS 05
ZONE 7
GALAXY
PANEL
1 2 3 4
Figure 2-11 Zone Addresses
For example, zone 3057 is the detector connected to line 3, RIO 05, zone 7.
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PANEL
ON-BOARD RIO RANGE
Zone Wiring
TOTAL
RIO ZONES
TOTAL
G8
1011 - 1018
8
0
8
G18
1001 - 1002, 1011 - 1018
10
1
18
G60
1001 - 1004, 1011 - 1018
12
6
60
G128
No on-board Rio's
0
Line 1 (01-08)
Line 2 (00-07)
128
G500
No on-board Rio's
0
Line 1 (01-09, A-F)
Lines 2,3,4 (00-09, A-F)
504
G504
No on-board Rio's
0
Line 1 (00-09, A-F)
Lines 2,3,4 (00-09, A-F)
512
G512
No on-board Rio's
0
Line 1 (00-09, A-F)
Lines 2,3,4 (00-09, A-F)
512
Table 2-11 Zone Address Ranges
Wiring Zones
The zones on Galaxy panels are double balanced. Each zone is 1 kΩ closed and 2 kΩ open. The transition
from 1 to 2 kΩ generates an alarm condition. Refer to Table 2-12 for details of the zone resistance and
resulting conditions.
NOTE: The circuit debounce time (the period the zone must remain open to register a change in condition) is
300 milliseconds by default.
Zone Resistance (Ω)
Ω)
0-800
800-900
900-1200
1200-1300
1300-12000
1200-α
Condition
Tamper Short Circuit (TAMP S/C)
Low Resistance (LOW RES)
Normal (CLOSED)
High Resistance (HIGH RES)
Alarm (Open) (OPEN)
Tamper Open Circuit (TAMP O/C)
Table 2-12 Zone Resistance and conditions
Tamper
Alarm
N/C
Zone
N/C
1k
1%
1k 1%
500 m
Figure 2-12 Standard Zone/Detector wiring
NOTE: The recommended maximum cable run from a zone to a detector is 500 metres.
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Keyswitch Wiring
Wiring Multiple Zones
Multiple detectors can be wired into a single zone as shown in the following Figure. The maximum number of
detectors that can be connected to a single zone is ten.
Alarm
N/C
Zone
Alarm
N/C
Alarm
N/C
Alarm
N/C
(10 max)
N/C
1k
1k
1k
1k
1%
1%
1%
1%
N/C TAMP
1% 1k
500 m
Figure 2-13 Zone to Multiple Detector Wiring
Wiring Keyswitches
Latching or spring loaded keyswitches can be used to set and unset the Galaxy panels; option 52 = PROGRAM ZONES has provision to accommodate both types of transition.
If the keyswitch latches, the transition from 1 kΩ to 2 kΩ initiates the setting procedure of an unset system,
the transition from 2 kΩ to 1 kΩ instantly unsets a set system. If the system is already set, then the transition
from 1 kΩ to 2 kΩ has no effect. If the system is unset, the transition from 2 kΩ to 1 kΩ has no effect. This
is programmed as a T Keyswitch in the PROGRAM ZONES option.
If the keyswitch is spring-loaded (returns to its normal position), the transition from 1 kΩ to 2 kΩ initiates the
setting procedure of an unset system and instantly unsets a set system, the transition from 2 kΩ to 1 kΩ - the
return to the normal position - has no effect. This is programmed as a Keyswitch in the PROGRAM
ZONES option.
The wiring of the keyswitch is shown in figure 2-14
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Control Panel Outputs
Wiring Terminator Buttons
Zones programmed as Push-Set (terminator) buttons can be open going closed (2 kΩ to 1 kΩ) or closed
going open (1 kΩ to 2 kΩ). The first activation of the terminator button initialises its status to the system.
NOTE: The first activation of a terminator may not set the system as this can be the initialisation routine. If
the system continues setting, push the button again. The system will set on the second push. This
initialisation only occurs on the first setting. All subsequent setting routines set on the first push of the
terminator.
1k to unset, 2k to set
1k
Open - Closed
Push-set
zone
1k
Keyswitch
zone
1%
1k
The wiring of the terminator is shown in the following figure:
1%
1%
OR
Closed - Open
1k
1%
1%
1k
500m
Figure 2-14 Terminator Zone Wiring
Outputs
The Galaxy control panel outputs are detailed in the following table:
Output Address
G8, 18, 60
Default
Function
Type
Current
(mA)
Voltage
(V)
Normal State
G128, 500,
504, 512
1001
–
S et
Transistorised
400
12
Positive
1002
–
Intruder
Transistorised
400
12
Positive
1011
1001
Bells
Transistorised
400
12
Positive
1012
1002
Strobe
Single Pole
Change Over
Relay (SPCO)
1000
30
(max.)
De-energised
1013
1003
PA
Transistorised
400
12
Positive
1014
1004
Reset
Transistorised
400
12
Positive
Table 2-13 Outputs
All other outputs available via RIO’s are programmed as Intruder by default.
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Output Applications
The outputs on the Galaxy panels, with the exception of the SPCO relay output, are transistorised outputs;
negative applied (positive removed) by default. These supply up to 400 mA and can be used to drive the
necessary output devices.
NOTE:
The polarity of each output can be changed using option 53 = PROGRAM OUTPUTS
Transistorised Output
Typical Applications
A) LED
Output
LED
+12 V
+12 V
1kΩ (typical)
3k3Ω
B) Bell
Output
Bell
+ 12 V
Output
C) Output used to trigger zone
Output
0V
Cut 3k3Ω to give
open collector
1kΩ
1%
zone
Output must be
open collector
1kΩ
1%
Figure 2-15 Output Configuration and Typical Applications
Note: For the appropriate 3k3Ω pull-up resistor refer to tables 2-4, 2-5 and 2-6.
The relay output is a single pole change over; this can be used to drive output devices that require a clean set
of contacts, isolated from the output voltage.
Horn
Single Pole
Change - 0ver
relay contacts
Normally
closed
+12 V
0V
Normally open
Figure 2-16 Single Pole Change–Over Relay Output Configuration and Typical application
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RIOs
Section 3: Optional Modules and Facilities
Remote Input Output (RIO) Modules – C072
Galaxy RIO’s can be added to the Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 and 512 control panels. Each additional
RIO expands the system by eight zones and four outputs.
3k3Ω pull-up
resistors
R5
R3
LK4
LK3
LK2
R7
IC2
R1
S
RS 485 Power
B A - + - +
Outputs
1 2 3 4
SLAVE
E/E
SW1
LED
IC1
SW4
LK1
SW2
1
IC3
IC4
Tamper
Switch
Rotary
Address
Switch
2
3
5 6
4
Zones
7
8
Rev 0.3
Figure 3-1 Galaxy RIO
Addressing
The Galaxy RIO must be given a unique address before it is connected to a power supply. This
address is selected using the 16-way Rotary Address Switch (SW1). Refer to Figure 3-1.
Galaxy Panel
No of RIO's (MAX) Valid Addresses
8
0
-
18
1
2
60
6
2-7
128
16
Line 1 = 1-8
Line 2 = 0-7
500, 504
63
Line 1 = 1-F
Line 2, 3, 4 = 0-F
512
64
Lines 1, 2, 3, 4 = 0-F
Table 3-1 Valid RIO Addresses
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Connecting the RIO
The RIO can only be connected to the system while engineer mode is accessed. The RS485 (AB) line of the
Galaxy RIO must be wired in parallel (daisy-chain configuration) with the RS485 (AB) line of any keypads
connected to the system. The RIO requires 12 Vd.c. (range 10.5 to 16.0 V) and 40 mA. This can be supplied from the control panel power supply or from a remote power supply if the distance causes a large
voltage drop on the cable.
NOTE: A 3 Ampere Smart PSU (part no. P015) can be fitted in place of a RIO.
Connect the RIO terminals as follows:
+12 V (either control panel, keypad or remote power supply);
–0 V or ground (either control panel, keypad or remote power supply);
A to the A terminal of the previous module (or control panel if RIO is the first on the line);
B to the B terminal of the previous module (or control panel if RIO is the first on the line).
NOTE: If the RIO is the last module on the line, connect a 680 Ω EOL resistor across the A and B
terminals.
Configuring the RIO
The added RIO is configured into the system on exiting from engineer mode. If the message XX Mod
Added [<],[>] To View is displayed, the system has recognised that a new module is present. Press
the A or B keys to confirm that the RIO has been added. If this message is not displayed or the RIO is not
on the list of added modules, then the RIO is not communicating with the control panel or has been set to the
same address as the RIO already connected to the system.
The flash rate of the red LED (LED1) on the RIO indicates the status of the communication with the control
panel - refer to the following Table:
Flash Rate
Meaning
0.1 ON / 0.9 OFF
Normal communications
OFF
No d.c. supply
1.5 ON / 1.5 OFF
RIO has not been configured into system
0.2 ON / 0.2 OFF
RIO has lost communication with system
0.9 ON / 0.1 OFF
Very poor communications
Table 3-2 RIO LED Flash Rates
Zones
The Galaxy RIO has eight programmable zones. These default to INTRUDER. Each zone is Double
Balance monitored with a 1 kΩ resistor in series with the zone detector and a 1 kΩ (1%) resistor in parallel
across the detector switch. The change to 2 kΩ (1%) resistance registers the zone as open/alarm.
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RIO Outputs
Outputs
The RIO has four transistorised outputs. Each output is connected to +12 V via a 3k3Ω pull-up resistor (refer to Table 3-3). When an output is activated, the load is switched to the negative supply voltage (ground or 0 V) of the RIO. The current available from each output is 400 mA.
The default functions and pull-up resistors of each RIO output, when connected to a Galaxy are shown
in the following Table:
Output No.
Function
Pull-up Resistor
1
Bells
R1
2
Strobe
R3
3
PA
R5
4
Reset
R7
Table 3-3 RIO Output Default Functions
There are several links on the RIO which, if altered when the module is powered down, modify the
RIO operation:
•
LK1 - short circuit this to by-pass the RIO lid tamper switch SW2
•
LK2 - cut this to configure the module as an Entry/Exit RIO
•
LK4 - cut this to configure the module as a Slave or Shunt RIO (If LK2 is already cut this
modifies the exit time on the Entry/Exit RIO from 30 to 90 seconds).
For further information refer to Galaxy Remote Input Output (RIO) Installer’s Guide (Part Number:
L/051 supplied with the RIO).
Entry/Exit RIO
A RIO is configured as an Entry/Exit RIO if resistor LK2 is cut, this allows a further sub-system to be
added to the Galaxy. The Entry/Exit RIO can be armed while the main system is unset, allowing protection
of specific areas; or disarmed when the main system is set allowing access to particular areas without unsetting
a group (shunting of zones). If the main system is set and the Entry/Exit RIO is not shunted, an activation on
the RIO will cause a full alarm on the main system. The Entry/Exit RIO configuration is shown in the
following Table:
Zone
Default Function
Programmed Function
Output
Default Function (Fixed)
1
Intruder
Any function
1
Ready
2
Intruder
Any function
2
Entry/Exit Horn
3
Intruder
Any function
3
S et
4
Intruder
Any function
4
Alarm
5
Intruder
Any function
6
Exit
Non-Programmable
7
Final
Log
8
Keyswitch
Log
Table 3-4 Entry/Exit RIO Configurations
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Entry/Exit RIO
Entry/Exit RIO Zone Programming
Zones 1 – 5 operate as normal zones. If a zone is programmed as Security, any activation - whether
the Entry/Exit RIO is armed or disarmed and the Galaxy is set or unset - results in the appropriate
alarm condition being generated on the control panel.
If zones 1 – 5 are programmed as Intruder, then an alarm condition can be generated on the Entry/
Exit RIO when it is armed and the Galaxy is unset.
Zones 6 and 7 behave as an Exit and Final zone respectively. The functioning of these zones is fixed
and is independent of the programming of the Galaxy. Zone 7 can be programmed as Log in order to
report and record its activation in the Galaxy event log.
The function of zone 8 is fixed as a Keyswitch. This should also be programmed as Log in order to
report and record its activation in the Galaxy event log.
Entry/Exit RIO Zone Operation
The Entry/Exit RIO is armed by the transition of zone 8 (the keyswitch zone) from 2 kΩ to 1 kΩ
(reverse to normal operation). This starts an exit/entry time of 30 seconds. Closing the contact on
zone 7 (the Final zone) or expiry of the exit time set the RIO. Any activation of zones 1 – 5 when the
Entry/Exit RIO is armed activates the Alarm output (output 4).
The Entry/Exit RIO is disarmed by the transition of the keyswitch zone (zone 8) from 1 kΩ to 2 kΩ.
The disarming procedure can be started by activating the final zone, (zone 7), and gaining access to the
keyswitch zone via the exit zone (zone 6). Activating zones 1–5 during the disarming period result in
an alarm condition being generated. If the Entry/Exit RIO is disarmed while the main Galaxy is set,
then activation of any of its zones programmed as Intruder does not generated an alarm condition on
the RIO or the control panel; the zones are shunted.
The exit/entry time can be changed from 30 seconds to 90 seconds by cutting resistor LK4.
Slave RIO
A RIO is configured as a Slave or Shunt RIO if resistor LK4 is cut, this allows a further sub-system to
be added to the Galaxy.
The programming and operation of the Slave RIO is identical to that of the Entry/Exit RIO except for
zones 6 and 7, which are Intruder type zones by default. Slave RIOs do not have an Exit or Final
zone, or an exit time; they are instantly unset and reset by the transition from 1 to 2 kΩ of zone 8.
Zone
Default
Function
Programmed
Function
Output
Default Function
(Fixed)
1
Intruder
Any function
1
Ready
2
Intruder
Any function
2
Fail to Set
3
Intruder
Any function
3
S et
4
Intruder
Any function
4
Alarm
5
Intruder
Any function
6
Intruder
Any function
7
Intruder
Any function
8
Keyswitch
Log
Table 3-5 Slave RIO Configuration
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RF RIO
RF RIO – C076
The Galaxy Radio Frequency (RF) RIO module is an optional add-on to the existing Galaxy product range.
The module acts as an RF receiver for the Ademco 868MHz transmitter range (refer to Appendix D).
Features
The RF RIO contains the following features:
•
Support for up to 32 RF zones
•
Support for up to 30 RF keyfobs
•
4 transistorised outputs
Pull-up
Resistors
Outputs
Panel
1 2 3 4
B A - +
R7 R5
LED1
R3
Keypad
B A -
+
Programming
Keypad
Socket
R1
SW6 SW2
LK1
Tamper
link
Tamper
Switch
SW1
SW3
Programming
Switch
Processor
Retaining Slot
Rotary
Address
Switch
Rev 1.0
Figure 3-2 RF RIO PCB Layout
Compatibility
The RF RIO is compatible with Galaxy Control Panels 8 - 512 V3 and above. It can be used in reduced
capability mode with panel revisions V1.07 - V2.
In reduced capability mode RF specific signals from the RF RIO must be interpreted by the user/
receiving centre.
Connecting the RF RIO
The RS 485 (AB) line of the RF RIO must be wired in parallel (daisy chain configuration) with the RS 485
(AB) line of the keypad connected to it. The RF RIO requires 12 V d.c. (range 10.5 to 16.0 V) and 55 mA.
This can be supplied from the control panel power supply or from a remote power supply if the distance
causes a large voltage drop on the cable.
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RF RIO (cont’d)
Connect the RF RIO terminals in accordance with the following Table:
RF RIO Terminal
Note:
Connected to...
+
+12 V (at control panel, keypad or remote power supply)
-
0V or ground (at control panel, keypad or remote power supply)
A
To the A terminal of the previous module on the line (or the control
panel if the RF RIO is the first module on the line)
B
To the B terminal of the previous module on the line (or the control
panel if the RF RIO is the first module on the line)
Table 3-6 RF RIO Connections
If the RF RIO is the last Module on the line, connect a 680 Ω resistor across the A and B terminals.
Outputs
The RF RIO has four transistorised outputs. Each output is connected to +12 V via a 3k3Ω pull-up resistor
(refer to Table 3-6 RF RIO Connections). When an output is activated, the load is switched to the negative
supply voltage (ground or 0 V) of the RF RIO. The current available from each output is 400 mA.
The default functions and pull-up resistors of each RF RIO output, when connected to a Galaxy are shown in
the following Table:
Output No
Function
Pull-up
Resistor
1
Bells
R1
2
Strobe
R3
3
PA
R5
4
Reset
R7
Table 3-7 Output Functions
RF RIO Tamper
Switch SW2 on the RF RIO acts as a tamper if the Tamper Link (LK1) is missing. Removing the lid from the
RF RIO enclosure activates the RF RIO tamper alarm if the system is not in Engineer Mode. The tamper
switch can be bypassed by fitting a 0 Ω link to LK1.
Addressing the RF RIO
The Galaxy RF RIO must be given unique addresses before it is connected to a power supply. This unique
address is selected using the 16-way Rotary Address Switch (SW1). The address selected will act as the
base address for the RF RIO. Subsequent addresses will be
base address + 1, base address + 2, base address + 3. For example:
Base address = 2 followed by 3, 4 and 5.
Address Ranges
This option allows the programming of the RIO addresses, which are to be simulated by the RF RIO.
For example, if the RF RIO being programmed supports 32 zones (4 RIO addresses), and the base
address, programmed at the hexi-decimal rotary switch is 02, the available addresses would be 02, 03,
04, 05. However, you may want to only respond as RIO addresses 02, 04. The remaining addresses
should be disabled and will not respond to commands from the control panel. The base address is enabled by
default. All other addresses are disabled by default.
Module status on the RF RIO such as lid tamper,will be reported to the panel using the address set on the
rotary switch.
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RF RIO (cont’d)
RF RIO Programming
Programming of the RF RIO is achieved by connecting a Galaxy Mk7 keypad directly to the RF RIO at the
Programming Keypad Socket or the Keypad Connector Block. The Keypad is not part of the Galaxy network and must be addressed as 0.
Note:
To program RF devices, please refer to RF RIO Module, Installation and Programming
Instructions, (II1-0076) supplied with the RF RIO.
Configuring the RF RIO
The RF RIO is configured into the system on exiting from engineer mode. If the message
XX Mod Added [<],[>] To View is displayed, the system has recognised that a new module is present.
Press the A or B keys to confirm that the RF RIO has been added. If this message is not displayed or
the RF RIO is not on the list of added modules, then the RF RIO is not communicating with the control panel.
The flash rate of the red LED (LED1) on the RF RIO indicates the status of the communication with
the control panel — refer to the following Table.
FLASH RATE
MEANING
0.1 ON/-.9 OFF
Normal communications
OFF
No d.c. supply
1.5 ON/1.5 OFF
RF RIO has not been configured into system
0.2 ON/0.1 OFF
RF RIO has lost communication with system
0.9 ON/0.1 OFF
Very poor communications
Table 3-8 RF RIO LED flash rates
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Smart PSU
3 Ampere Smart PSU – P015
The Galaxy Smart PSU can be connected to the Galaxy control panels. The Smart PSU integrates a
three ampere power supply with an eight zone Galaxy RIO. This can be used in place of a standard
RIO to overcome power problems that arise when the additional RIO is fitted distant to the control
panel.
Comms
Line
A
AB
Comms
Socket
-+
The connection, addressing, zones and outputs information is identical to that described in the previous
Remote Input Output (RIO) Modules sub-section.
HEATSINK
S1
AC
Connector
B
T
Tamper
12V2
+
LED
3
2
O/P
LK3 LK2
4
Outputs
1
R23 R33 R37 R43
12V1
+
F3 (1.6 A)
F4 (1.6 A)
PROCESSOR
Rotary
Address
Switch
3k3Ω pull-up
resistors
-
1 1/2 2
3 3/4
4
5 5/6
Batt F2
(2.5 A)
6
+
7 7/8 8
Zones 1-8
Rev 0.8
Figure 3-3 Galaxy 3A Smart PSU
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Printer Interface Module
The integrated RIO has eight programmable zones and four programmable outputs. It is programmed
and operates in exactly the same way as the standard Galaxy RIO. The Smart PSU has two separately
fused regulated 12 Vd.c. outputs, each capable of supplying one ampere to additional modules and
devices. A fused regulated voltage is also supplied to charge a 12 volt lead-acid stand-by battery.
For further information refer to Galaxy Smart Power Supply Unit Installation Instructions (II1-0101).
The default functions and pull-up resistors of each Smart PSU output, when connected to a Galaxy are shown
in the following Table:
Output No.
Function
Pull-up Resistor
1
Bells
R43
2
Strobe
R37
3
PA
R33
4
Reset
R23
Table 3-9 Smart PSU Output Default Functions
Printer Interface Module-A134/A161
The Printer Interface module allows the Galaxy to be connected to a serial printer and the contents of
the event log and the programming details of the system to be printed out. The module is available
with either a:
•
25 way sub D type RS232 serial connector (part number A161)
OR
•
6 pin DIN plug (part number A134)
The printer must have a serial interface port. The printer protocol must be set to:
Protocol
Setting
Start Bit
ON
Stop Bit
ON
Word Length
8 Data Bits
Parity
None
Baud Rate
1200
Table 3-10 Printer Protocol Settings
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Telecom Module
Telecom Module – E062
The Galaxy Telecom module is an optional add-on to the existing Galaxy product range. It is a highly
intelligent and compact module, combining both digital communication capabilities and remote servicing facilities.
The Telecom Module is connected to the RS485 communication line 1 (AB line) on the Galaxy control
panels (G8, 18 & 60), and is connected to connector S3 on Galaxy control panels (G128, 500, 504 &
512).
As a digital communicator (digicom), the Telecom Module transmits alarm signals using the selected
format; the factory default setting is DTMF (Dual Tone Multiple Frequency). As a remote servicer the
Telecom Module can be used, in conjunction with Galaxy Gold software, to remotely access the Galaxy control panel, allowing copying and overwriting of the program and on-line servicing.
RS485 Line
+12V -
A
B
Relay
C D BC A B
PHONE LINE
To BT
Master
Socket
Engineer
Socket
JP7
680Ω EOL
R14
Line
Transformer
JP8
Telecom
connector
RJ11
Micro
Processor
TAMPER
LED
LINE
Programming
Port
Rev 1.0
Figure 3-4 Telecom PCB Layout
Connection to the PSTN
The TelecommunicationsNetwork Voltage (TNV) port (Line A and B, JP8) on the Module must be permanently connected (hardwired) to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) via a BT Master Socket.
Note: If the BT Master Socket is the newer type (NTE5), then the connection can be carried out by an
installation engineer. If the BT Master Socket is not an NTE5, then the connection must be made by
a network operator.
Programming the Telecom Module
The Telecom Module is programmed from the Galaxy control panel using menu option
56 - Communucations.
For further information regarding the Galaxy Telecom Module refer to TELECOM MODULE INSTALLATION AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS (II1-0079 Issue 1).
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RS232 Interface Module
RS232 Interface Module - E054
The Galaxy RS232 module provides full duplex serial communication between Galaxy control panels and PCs
or printers. This module has three main functions:
1.
Copy and overwrite the control panel programming
2.
Interface with a PC
3.
Interface with a serial printer
For further information regarding the Galaxy RS232 Interface Module refer to RS232 Module, Operating
Instructions (IO1-0054)
BA - +
B A
LINE
+
S
12V
LD1
S1
JP1
LD2
25 Way
RS232
Interface
PROM1
TAMPER
LK1
ON
SW3
COPY
DIP
SW1
MEM BK
LD3
COPY
SW4
LD4
OVERWRITE
SW2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
JP2
Rev 1.11
Figure 3-5 RS232 Interface Module
Copy and Overwrite
The panel program can be copied to the RS232 module, stored and then transferred: back to the same
panel or another Galaxy (overwrite); or to a PC with Galaxy Gold software installed. The data can be
stored on the module for up to 28 days (indefinitely if the module is constantly powered).
Interface with a PC
The panel can be directly linked to a PC via the RS232 module allowing remote servicing via Galaxy
Gold or system supervision via Alarm Monitoring or SIA protocol.
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RS232 Interface
Serial Printer Interface
The module can also operate as an interface to a serial printer. Refer to the following Tables for
printer protocol settings.
DIP Sw itch
Function
Setting
1
Printer/PC interface
ON – Printer
2
Stop Bits
OFF – 1
3
Word Length
OFF – 8
4
Even/Odd Parity
N/A
5
Parity ON/OFF
OFF – No Parity
6
BAUD Rate
Must match printer Baud Rate
7
8
Table 3-11 RS232 Module Printer Interface Protocol
Baud Rate
DIP Sw itch Setting
6
7
8
300
Off
Off
Off
600
Off
Off
On
1200
Off
On
Off
2400
Off
On
On
4800
On
Off
Off
9600
On
Off
On
19200
On
On
On
38400
On
On
On
Table 3-12 Baud rate DIP Switch Settings
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ISDN Module
ISDN Module – E077
The ISDN Module is an optional add-on to the existing Galaxy product range. It connects directly to the
Galaxy RS485 communication bus, allowing signalling and remote servicing over an ISDN network. The
ISDN Module is housed inside the Galaxy enclosure in the same way as the existing Telecom Module.
The ISDN Module supports the following features:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Full existing Galaxy Telecom Module functionality
Analogue/digital/X.25 communication
Support for existing DTMF, SIA, Contact ID and Microtech signalling formats in addition to two
receiver specific X.25 protocols
Hardware and software line snatch
Comprehensive line fail detection and rteporting
Two-way communication using B-Channel and D-Channel.
The ISDN Module is allocated keypad address 12 on line 1 of the panel, and reports itself as Comm Mod 3.
As a result of the addition of the ISDN Module, keypad address 4 is not available on line 1. If this keypad is
required, the ISDN Module should be removed. For Galaxy 128 - 512, keypad 12 must be connected to
socket S3 on the PCB.
Jumper
Link
ISDN OUT
JP1
D22
D23
JP3
PROCESSOR
12V GND RS485
JP2
RS232C
ISDN IN
LED's
PROM
IMOD 1 Rev 4
Figure 3-7 ISDN PCB Layout
Programming the ISDN Module
The ISDN module is programmed from the Galaxy control panel using menu option
56 - Communications. The menu is allocated as option 3 after the Telecom and RS232 Modules.
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Ethernet Module
Ethernet Module - E080
LED3
The Ethernet Module is a communication module available for use on V4 software and above.The Galaxy
Ethernet Module connects directly to the Galaxy RS485 bus and provides an interface with a TCP/IP network to allow alarm signalling via SIA and Microtech formats. It also allows servicing over a network with V6
Galaxy Gold software remote servicing package.
The Ethernet module supports the following features:
•
Two-way communication over TCP/IP networks
•
Full alarm signalling on SIA
•
Microtech protocol signalling with Alarm Monitoring Software V3.1/3.2
•
Remote servicing via Galalxy Gold V6.1/6.2
Programming
Header
Processor
Processor
LED1
Engineer
Socket
S
+
-
A B
Line
LED2
SKT1
SKT2
Rev. 1.0
Figure 3-8 Ethernet PCB Layout
Configuring the Ethernet Module
The added Ethernet Module is configured into the system on exiting from engineer mode. If the message XX
Mod Added [<],[>] To View is displayed, the system has recognised that a new module is present. Press
the A or B keys to confirm that com 4 has been added. If this message is not displayed or the Ethernet
Module is not on the list of added modules, then the Ethernet Module is not communicating with the control
panel.
The flash rate of the red LED (LED3) on the Ethernet Module indicates the status of the communication with
the control.
Ethernet Communication
The green LED (LED1) is illuminated when the Ethernet Module is connected to Ethernet.
The amber LED (LED2) flashes when the Ethernet Module is sending or receiving data.
For further information regarding the Ethernet Module, refer to Ethernet Module, Installation Instructions
(II1-0080).
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Optional Software Packages
Software Packages
Galaxy Gold
Galaxy Gold is an advanced, high performance software program that allows a PC to communicate and
control the Galaxy control panels. The software program can also upload, store and download the
control panel programming.
NOTE: This software program is only available to registered Galaxy Gold users.
Alarm Monitoring
Alarm Monitoring is an advanced, high performance software program that allows a PC to receive and
store detailed event and alarm information from Galaxy control panels.
NOTE: This software program is only available to registered Alarm Monitoring users.
Security Directors Gold
Security Directors Gold is a software program designed specifically for in-house security managers,
and allows access to key features of the Galaxy Gold program in order to facilitate:
•
Event log copying
•
Holiday period changes
•
Summer time date change
•
User code amendment
SYSTEMS
ORDER CODES
Galaxy Gold Licence Kit
R006-CD
Galaxy Gold Update
R007-CD
Galaxy Gold CD Licence Dongle
R011-01-CD
Galaxy Gold UK Update Dongle
R012-CD
SGD Licence Kit
R021-CD
SGD Update
R023-CD
SGD CD Licence Dongle
R022-01-CD
SGD UK Update Dongle
R024-CD
Alarm Monitoring Licence Kit
R009-CD
Alarm Monitoring Update
R010-CD
Alarm Monitoring UK CD Licence Dongle
R013-01-CD
Alarm Monitoring Update Dongle
R014-CD
Table 3-13 Galaxy PC Products and Order Codes
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Mk7 LCD Keypad
Section 4: The Galaxy Keypad
General
The Galaxy Mk7 keypad has a 2 x 16 character display.
GALAXY 504 V4.00
08:58 TUE 22 NOV
1
2
3
A
4
5
6
B
7
8
9
ent
*
0
#
esc
Mk7 LCD Keypad
Figure 4-1 Galaxy Mk7 Keypad
Power Consumption
The Galaxy keypads require a 12 Vd.c. supply – from the control panel or a remote power supply. The
current consumption of the keypad is:
Mode
Current Draw Mk7 (LCD)
Backlight OFF
45 mA
Backlight ON (default)
55 mA
Maximum (Buzzer and LED)
90 mA
Table 4-1 Mk7 Keypad Current Consumption Figures
Wiring the Keypad
Connections to the keypad terminals are:
Connector
Terminals
Galaxy Keypads
A
A line to panel
B
B line to panel
+
12 Vd.c. input
(Max LCD = 120 mA)
–
0V
Table 4-2 Keypad Terminal Connections
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Addressing
The valid addresses of the keypads on each of the Galaxy panels are shown on the following Table:
Control Panel Addresses
Line
Valid Keypad
Galaxy 8, 18, 60
1
Galaxy 128
S3
1
2
C, E (NOTE 2)
0-2, B, D & F (NOTE 3)
0-6, F
Galaxy 500, 504, 512
S3
1
2, 3, 4
C, E (NOTE 2)
0–2, B, D & F (NOTE 3)
0-6, F
0–9, A–F (NOTE 1)
Table 4-3 Valid Keypad Addresses
NOTE 1: G8, 18 and 60:- On Line 1, keypad addresses B, C, D and E are not available if the Ethernet,
ISDN, RS232 or Telecom modules respectively are fitted.
NOTE 2: G128, 500, 504 and 512:- On Line S3, keypad addresses C and E are not available if the
ISDN or Telecom modules are fitted.
NOTE 3: G128, 500, 504 and 512:- On Line 1, keypad addresses B, D and F are reserved for the
Ethernet, RS232 module and engineer keypad respectively, but can be used for keypads if these
modules are not connected.
A 16-way rotary address switch is used to address Galaxy LCD keypads. The address switch assigns a
hexadecimal address value to the keypad.
NOTE:
Any change to the keypad address must be made when the power is disconnected from the
keypad.
Keypad Installation Procedure
1.
Remove the keypad from its packaging.
2.
To attach the keypad to the wall, the back plate must first be removed from the front plate. To do
this, insert a suitable tool into both openings at the bottom of the keypad and turn the tool gently.
CAUTION: When the keypad is separated make sure that the anti-static precautions are taken
with the keypad pcb to avoid damage from esd (electro static discharge).
3.
Use the backplate as a template, then mark the locations for the three attachment screws in the
required position.
4.
If it is a new installation, use the keyhole slot at the top of the backplate and the two elongated
holes at the bottom. If replacing an existing Mk3 keypad with a Mk7 keypad, use the keyhole
slot at the top of the backplate and the two knockout holes at the bottom. This means that you
can use the existing holes in the wall, whist keeping the backplate in the same position.
5.
If you are using a wall-run cable for the keypad (A, B, +12V, 0V) position the cable behind the
back plate in the cable channels provided. The cable can be run in from either the top or the
bottom of the back plate. Use a sharp tool to remove the plastic from the top or the bottom of the
cable guides on the back plate skirting.
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CAUTION:
Keypad Installation
Use of any screws other than No. 6 Pan-head can damage the keypad
mouldings.
6.
Make sure that the keypad wiring is fed through the large opening on the keypad backplate, then
position the keypad base on the wall and attach it securely with the three No. 6 Pan-head screws.
7.
If an off the wall tamper is required, using a No. 6 Pan-head screw, secure the sacrificial wall
tamper, indicated in Figure 4-2, to the wall. Make sure that the tamper knockout is still
connected to the backplate moulding.
8.
Connect the A, B and power wires to the correct terminals of the removable, four-way connector
block.
aperture
keyhole slot
aperture
cable
channel
cable
stowage
area
sacrificial
wall
tamper
elongated
hole
knockout
hole
4-way
connector
9.
10.
Figur 4-2 Galaxy Mk7 Keypad Backplate Installation
Make sure that the power is disconnected then set the keypad to a unique address using the 16
way rotary switch on the PCB.
To re-assemble the keypad, connect the four-way connector block onto the pins on the keypad
PCB. Attach the keypad front plate to the back plate by inserting the two clips on the top of the
keypad front plate into the two apertures at the top of the keypad back plate, then gently push the
bottom of the keypad front plate into the back plate until it snaps securely into place.
Note: The keypad door can be re-orientated to allow opening from either the left or righthand sides. However, fitting or removal of the door must only be done when the front plate is
detached from the back plate. Attempting to remove or install the door, when the keypad is
assembled, may cause damage to the keypad mouldings.
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Adding a Keypad to the System
When adding a keypad to an existing system, the following points must be considered:
1.
Ensure that the keypad to be added has a unique address from the other keypads on the system.
2.
Ensure that the keypad has a valid address.
3.
Connect the keypad to the system - refer to the Keypad Installation Procedure.
Note:
4.
A new keypad can only be configured into an existing Galaxy system from engineer mode.
Access engineer mode.
5.
Connect the RS485 (AB) line of the keypad in parallel with the RS485 (AB) line of the
existing keypads.
6.
Connect + and – terminals of the keypad to a power supply.
7.
Exit engineer mode - engineer code + esc:
8.
The Mk7 keypad displays the message 1 MOD. ADDED — esc=CONTINUE. Press the esc
key; the keypad returns to the unset banner. If this message is not displayed, the keypad is not
communicating with the control panel and has not been configured into the system.
9.
The keypad is now configured into the system.
Removing a Keypad from the System
A keypad can only be removed from an existing Galaxy system from engineer mode
1.
Access engineer mode.
2.
Disconnect the keypad.
3.
Exit engineer mode. The message 1 MOD. MISSING — [<],[>] to View is displayed
4.
Press the A or B key. The message KEYPAD XX — T =REMOVE MODULE is displayed.
5.
Press the T key to acknowledge and accept that the keypad has been removed. The keypad
returns to the unset banner.
Self Diagnostics
The keypad has a self diagnostic feature that is used to test the operational status of the inputs and
outputs of the keypad.
The test is started by disconnecting the power from the keypad, then reapplying the power while
pressing the ent key. The test routine commences immediately. Each test last approximately four
seconds. The test is terminated by removing the power.
• Keypad address is displayed
• Keypad buzzer is activated and a bell symbol is displayed.
• Power LED is illuminated and an a.c. ( ) and LED ( ) symbol is displayed.
• Keypad keys are displayed. Each key press is confirmed by the buzzer sounding and the key display
being highlighted.
• To return keypad to operational mode remove and reapply power.
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Keypad Operation
Keypad Operation
Number Keys
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
The number keys are used to enter the Personal Identification Number
(PIN) which identifies users to the Galaxy and permits access to the
system options. The PIN is a four digit number.
Default Code
Engineer
112233
Remote User
543210
Master Manager
1234
Table 4-4 Default Codes
The number keys are also used, once access to the system has been gained, to select and modify options.
View Keys
A
B
These keys are used to initiate the setting of the Galaxy
Pressing the A or B key immediately after a valid PIN has been entered
starts one of the routines for setting the system. The A key initiates the
full setting of the Galaxy. The B key starts the part setting routine.
Once the system has been successfully accessed the A key can be used to
step forward through the Galaxy menu options and the B key to step
backwards.
The A and B keys can also be re-programmed for different functions.
Enter Key
ent
Escape Key
esc
The ent key is used to:
•
Access the menu options
•
Confirm the programming selections
The esc key cancels any modification made to the current option and
returns to the previous option level. Successive pressing of this key
returns the user to the banner display.
The esc key also aborts the setting routine if pressed during the exit time.
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Keypad Operation (cont’d)
Hash Key
#
Star Key
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The # key is used :
•
as a toggle key, which enables or disables the programming features of
the Galaxy options, for example, enabling the OMIT attribute of a zone,
•
to give additional information on the programming options, for example
pressing the # key while in option 22=DISPLAY LOG shows details of
the user number, descriptor and keypad used to cancel alarms or unset
the system.
•
to activate the Duress outputs; enter a valid user code followed by two
presses of the # key, then the ent key to activate the duress alarm.
The Ø key is used:
•
to correct or erase PINs in the CODES option and alpha-numeric
descriptors in the TEXT option,
•
to start printing from the current event when viewing option
22=DISPLAY LOG.
•
to display the set status of the groups. When Show Status (refer to option
58.6=KEYPADS.Show Status) is enabled, pressing the Ø and # keys simultaneously when the normal banner is displayed indicates the group set status.
R
= Ready to Set (all active zones in group closed)
F
= Faulted (at least one of the active zones in the group is open)
S
= Set
P
= Part Set
L
= Locked Out
= Group not assigned to keypad
Note: The Show Status indicates the set conditions of groups when the system
is set (keypad blank) or unset (normal banner). Show Status does not operate
while engineer mode is accessed.
Pressing the Ø and # keys again toggles the display to show the status of the
groups individually. To move between each groups, press the Ø and A or the
Ø and B keys simultaneously.
Pressing the Ø and # again returns the keypad to the banner display.
Galaxy 500, 504 & 512
The Galaxy 500, 504 and 512 have more than eight groups; these are displayed on the keypad in blocks of
eight groups. Press the A or B key to display each of the group blocks.
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Keypad Power LED/Banner
Power LED
The green power LED indicates the status of the a.c. power supply and the stand-by battery.
P o w er L E D
a.c. Status Battery Status
Fuse Status
ON
a.c. OK
Battery OK
Fuses OK
Slow flash
a.c. Fail
Battery OK
Fuses OK
Quick Flash
a.c. Fail/OK Battery Low
Fuse blown
Table 4-5 a.c./Battery Status Indicator
NOTE: It is advised that a suitably rated stand-by battery is fitted to the system in order to provide
continued protection in the event of a mains failure. The battery is not included.
Banner
The banner is the information shown on the keypad display when the system is in the unset state.
GALAXY 512 V4.00
08:58 TUE 22 NOV
ENGINEER MODE
08:58 TUE 22 NOV
There are two banners:
•
the unset mode banner displays the Galaxy variant and software
version, the time, day and date.
•
The Engineer banner indicates that the system is in engineer mode as
well as the time, day and date.
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Prox Keypad
The Galaxy KeyProx
General
The KeyProx is a standard Mk7 with a proximity card reader built in to the lower right corner. Installation and
wiring of the KeyProx is identical to the Mk7 keypad.
Mode
Current Draw (KeyProx)
Nominal (no Backlight,no horn, no read)
65mA
Card read
130mA
Backlight on
95mA
Backlight on, horn on
155mA
Backlight on, horn on, card read (MAX)
220mA
Table 4-6 KeyProx Current Consumption Figures
Addressing
Both the KeyProx and reader share a common address, which is set by the rotary switch.
An address must be chosen which will be supported by the panel for both.
Operation
The operation of the KeyProx is identical to the Mk7 keypad. The proximity reader is seen by the panel as an
on-line MAX reader. It is programmed in exactly the same way with the exception that it does not require to
be addressed (this being set already by the rotary switch). The KeyProx does not have a door relay built in.
It is designed for use only with the MAX card-held function.
Card Types
The KeyProx is available in two versions. Both versions can read standard ASK (Amplitude Shift Keying)
type cards up to 34 bit. There is a HID compatible variant which will also read HID cards up to 34 bits. A
self learn feature is incorporared into the KeyProx to aid in card programming.
For further details refer to Galaxy Programming Manual (IP1-0030), Option 42 - Codes.
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MicroMax
Section 5 : Door Control - MicroMAX (MX11)
Installation Instructions
The MicroMAX is a proximity reader door control device for a single door. It is programmed and operated
using MicroMAX proximity cards or tags.
The proximity cards and tags have unique ID numbers and must be identified by the MicroMAX
before being used to operate the system. The MicroMAX memory can store up to 2000 ID numbers,
including at least three reserved for masters. Once programmed, the ID number of the tags and cards
are stored indefinitely in the MicroMAX memory until voided (removed) or erased. Removing power
from the MicroMAX does not erase the programming memory.
The MicroMAX box contains the following:
1.
MicroMAX reader (P/N MX11) including cable
2.
MicroMAX facia label
3.
MicroMAX drilling template.
The MicroMAX installation sequence is as follows:
1.
Wiring the MicroMAX
2.
Installing the MicroMAX
3.
Attaching the facia label.
Wiring the MicroMAX
Violet
Blue
Pink
N/O
Connected to the Door Strike
as per manufacturer's
requirements and instructions
COM
N/C
Horn
Grey/Pink
Green
MicroMAX ByPass (Egress)
Grey
Yellow
White
Black
Red
MicroMAX
Brown/Green
White/Green
+12V
0V
Door Contact
B in
AB Bus of Galaxy
A in
0V
+12V
B out
AB Bus of Galaxy
A out
Brown
Red/Violet
SPARE
Figure 5-1 MicroMAX Connections
1.
2.
The Egress switch is used to activate the door strike without activating the horn (Egress normally
open).
The Contact switch is used to connect an access door to an alarm contact. An alarm is
caused when the door is opened without a valid MicroMAX card or Egress switch activation.
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3.
Connect a 12V d.c. power supply to the MicroMAX.
4.
Connect the A and B Data terminals when the MicroMAX is being operated on-line with a
Galaxy Panel (V2 and above). The main point to note is that there are separate in and out
connections for the A and B data lines. This is important for maintaining the daisy-chain
wiring configuration. When wiring the A and B data terminals, the following instructions must be followed:
5
The A and B lines from the panel or the previous module must be connected to the White and
Yellow cores.
6
The A and B lines going on to the next module or the End of Line Resistor must be connected to
the White/Green and Brown/Green cores.
7.
Connect the door strike in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations, via the relay.
8.
The Horn output is an open collector. This is connected to the output device via a relay.
Installing the MicroMAX
The MicroMAX is supplied with 14 wire AWG26 (Dark Grey
DIN41700) cable which is fixed and sealed through a keyhole opening on the rear surface of the MicroMAX (see Figure 5-2). Do not
bend the cable within 25mm of the MicroMAX. As supplied this
cable is 3 metres long to allow for difficult mounting situations.
However, if using the Micro-MAX in on-line mode with a Galaxy
Panel, the cable must be cut back as short as possible. It is recommended that the cable be cut back to 50cm or less from the MicroMAX unit whenever possible. The cable should then be connected,
via screw terminals, to screened twisted pair cables for connection to
the rest of the Galaxy System. If multiple MicroMAXes are connected to the same AB data bus, then the cable must be cut back to
within 20cm on all of the MicroMAX units to reduce the amount of
unscreened cable on the system.
The MicroMAX has an infra red tamper
switch in the rear of the unit. The
MicroMAX is supplied from the factory
with a white label covering the tamper
switch. Remove the label before installation. The tamper protection is improved
by applying a white surface reflector to
the mounting surface (see Figure 5-3).
Note: To avoid erroneous tampers it is
crucial that no light accesses the
MicroMAX in normal operation.
Overlay
MicroMAX
12 mm
wire
25 mm
Figure 5-2 MicroMAX Rear
Wall, etc
Cable hole
15mm
+
52mm
–
P
Plugholes
Clean surface
Screwholes
before applying
overlay
4mm White Surface Reflector
for IR Sabotage Switch
Tip: use correction fluid.
Figure 5-3 Mounting the MicroMAX
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Configuring MicroMAX
Configuring a MicroMAX Reader into the System
MicroMAX readers can only be configured into the Galaxy system from engineer mode.
Wire the MicroMAX as per the instructions given in Figure 5-1 then access engineer mode.
The MicroMAX reader must be assigned as either an On-Line or a Stand-Alone module using option
63.2.2 = OPTIONS.MAX.MAX Address:
0 = On-Line: The MAX is fully integrated with the Galaxy system and communicates via the AB
line, sharing system resources and facilities (factory default configuration).
1 = Standalone: The MAX operates as an entirely independent unit. The Galaxy does not monitor
the MAX for alarms, tampers or power failure.
Configuring as On-Line MicroMAX
1.
Connect the AB line of the MicroMAX reader to the AB line from the control panel (ensuring
that a daisy-chain connection is maintained and that the 680Ω resistor is located in the last
module on the line). Connect 12 Vd.c. to the +VE and –VE terminal of the MAX reader.
2.
Ensure that the MAX mode is enabled (option 63.2.1 = OPTIONS.MAX.MAX Mode).
3.
Select option 63.2.2 = OPTIONS.MAX.MAX Address and press the ent key; the Galaxy
searches for the MAX with the highest address (the new MAX reader The Galaxy panel may
prompt (depending on model) for the AB line (1 – 4)) that is to be searched; select the line and
press the ent key.
4.
Only if adding a new MicroMAX reader: On locating the MAX address, the keypad prompts
for the OPERATING MODE of MAX to be assigned: select 0 = On-Line and press the ent
key.
NOTE: If reprogramming an existing stand-alone reader, the system automatically selects the
On-Line operating mode.
The MicroMAX can then be readdressed. The keypad displays the current address of the MicroMAX
and the range of valid addresses. Enter the new MicroMAX address and press the ent key; the Galaxy
then reprograms the address of the MicroMAX. The keypad indicates the old and new MicroMAX
addresses and the status of the reprogramming.
NOTE: All new MicroMAX readers default to address 7. It is recommended that when adding a
reader, it is addressed as the lowest available number on the line.
When the reprogramming is complete the MicroMAX bleeps, the LEDs on the MicroMAX switch off
and the keypad display returns to 2 = MAX Address.
NOTE: If the Galaxy has been warm started with the MicroMAX connected and the reader is reprogrammed with its existing address, then the LED does not switch off and engineering
mode does not have to be exited to configure the MicroMAX into the system.
5.
Exit engineer mode - engineer code + esc: the keypad displays the message 1 MOD. ADDED esc=CONTINUE. LED 2 on the MicroMAX reader switches on. Press the esc key; the keypad
returns to the unset banner.
If this message is not displayed, the MicroMAX reader is not communicating with the control panel
and has not been configured into the system (LED 2 does not switch on).
NOTES:
1. The MicroMAX reader will not operate until engineer mode is exited and the reader is
configured into the system.
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2. All MicroMAX doors must be closed, otherwise engineer mode cannot be exited.
6.
The on-line MicroMAX reader is now configured into the system.
Configuring as a Stand-Alone MicroMAX
1. Ensure that the MicroMAX is connected to the Galaxy (RS485 AB line) and the MAX mode is
enabled (option 63.2.1 = OPTIONS.MAX.MAX Mode).
2. Select option 63.2.2 = OPTIONS.MAX.MAX Address and press the ent key; the Galaxy
searches for the MicroMAX with the highest address (the new MicroMAX reader). The Galaxy
panel may prompt (depending on model) for the AB line (1 – 4) that is to be searched; select the
line and press the ent key. On locating the MAX address, the keypad prompts for the OPERATING
MODE of MAX to be assigned: select 1 = Standalone and press the ent key. The MicroMAX
reader is readdressed as 32.
When the reprogramming is complete the MAX bleeps, LED 3-7 on the MicroMAX switches on and
the keypad display returns to 2 = MAX Address.
3. Disconnect the AB line from the MicroMAX reader. Ensure that all other modules (keypads, RIOs
and on-line MicroMAX readers) are still daisy-chained into the Galaxy panel. If the MicroMAX
reader is the last module on the AB line, remove the 680Ω end of line resistor and put it into the
last module on the line
4. The MicroMAX reader is now programmed as a stand-alone module in sleep mode (LEDs 3–7
on) and can be programmed using the MicroMAX cards (refer to Programming Stand-Alone
MicroMAX Readers).
LED'S
1 = Read (Red)
2 = Open (Green)
3 = Closed (Red)
4 = Nightlock (Red)
5 = Add (Red)
6 = Void (Red)
7 = Program (Red)
Figure 5-4 MicroMAX LED’s
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Removing MicroMAX Readers
Removing a MicroMAX Reader from the System
On-Line Mode
1.
Access engineer mode.
2.
Disconnect the MicroMAX reader (AB line and power).
3.
Exit engineer mode.
4.
The message 1 MOD. MISSING — [<],[>] to View is displayed.
5.
Press the A or B key.
6.
The message MAX X —Ø =REMOVE MODULE is displayed.
7.
Press the Ø key to acknowledge and accept that the MicroMAX reader has been removed. The
keypad returns to the unset banner.
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Operating Instructions
The MAX must be presented with a valid user card to allow access. Opening the door while LED 3 is
on activates an alarm; the buzzer sounds and LED 2 flashes until the door is closed.
Activating the egress switch allows the door to be opened without activating an alarm when no card
has been presented to the MAX.
1. Ensure that LED 3 is on and all other LEDs are off.
2. Swipe the MAX with a standard user or nightlock access user card. LED 3 switches off and LED 2
switches on for the programmed Open Timeout.
3. Open the door while the LED 2 is on and access the area.
4. Close the door; LED 2 switches off and LED 3 switches on. The door must be closed within the
programmed Close Timeout; if the door remains open longer than this, an alarm is activated.
Card-Held Function
The MicroMAX card can be assigned a single menu option (refer to option 42.2.8 = CODES.User
Codes.MAX Function). To activate the function assigned to the MicroMAX card, hold the card in
front of the reader for three seconds; all of the LEDs switch on. If a keypad has been assigned to the
MAX function then it displays the details of this option. If no keypad is assigned, pressing a key on
any of the keypads assigned to a common group to the user displays the card-held function.
Card-Held System Setting
If the MicroMAX card is assigned one of the setting options (option 12, 13, 14 & 16 – 19), the cardheld functions starts the setting procedure for the groups assigned to the card.
NOTE: If Group Restriction is assigned, then only the groups that are common to both the
MicroMAX reader and the MicroMAX user are set/unset
To unset the system using the MicroMAX, swipe the reader with a valid MicroMAX card. The
MicroMAX reader beeps. All of the groups assigned to the card are instantly unset.
Note: V4 software and above:- the max tags can unset from an alarm condition.
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Viewing MicroMAX Events
MicroMAX Log
The Galaxy system has a panel dependent event log for the recording the MicroMAX activations. This
log is shared by all readers on the system and operates on a first-in-first-out basis for overwriting
events when the log is filled.
To display the events in the MicroMAX log select option 25 = ACCESS DOORS; use the A or B
keys to select the required MicroMAX address then press the ent key. The first event that occurred on
the selected MicroMAX is displayed along with details of the time, date and MicroMAX number.
To view the log press the A key to move forward in time through the events or the B key to move
backwards. Press the esc key to return to the MicroMAX address display. To view the log of another
MicroMAX, use the A or B key to select the required address. To escape from the Access Doors
option press the esc key.
Time and date
of event
02:25 SUN 22 OCT
USR032 Valid
MAX user number
Event type
MicroMax Events Print-Out
The MicroMAX events can be printed out as they occur to an on-line printer. To print the MicroMAX
events ensure that option 51.27 = PARAMETERS.On-Line Print is enabled. Select option 51.28 =
PARAMETERS.On-Line Level and enter 2 to print out all system events including the MicroMAX
events or 3 to print out only the MicroMAX events.
NOTE: A serial printer must be connected to line one of the Galaxy panel and the printer must remain
on-line (ready to print) at all times.
P an el
Log Siz e
8
250
18
500
60
500
128
500
500
1000
504
1000
512
1000
Table 5-1 Panel Log Size
Downloading the MicroMAX Log
The MicroMAX event log can be downloaded to Galaxy Gold/SDG by using the MAX Log copy option in
Galaxy Gold/SDG.
Note: This option is only available in Galaxy panels V4 and above and Galaxy Gold/SDG V6 and above.
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Dual Access Cards
V4 software and above: If a user’s card number is assigned a *, then the card becomes Dual access.
This means that it will not open the door on its own; it needs another PIN or card as well. If the PIN
belonging to the same user has a # assigned, then that PIN must be entered first before access will be
granted to that card.
If the PIN has no # assigned, then the card will work only in conjunction with any other Dual Access
card that shares one or more groups (see option 42 = Codes for programming).
Dual Focus (Card Held)
If a card has a # assigned to the number, then any card-held function will only work in conjunction
with the PIN from the same user, provided that the PIN has a # assigned also. The Dual Focus function
will work in either order, but if the card is presented first, it will simply enable the PIN to gain access
to the normal menu (see option 42 = Codes for programming).
Timed Anti-Passback
V4 software and above: When the Timed Anti-Passback feature is enabled, it will prevent more than
one use of any particular card at a particular reader within a given time period. See option
63.2.3.6 = Options.MAX.Max Parameters.Anti-Passback for programming details.
A forgiveness function is available to clear all or particular antipassback restrictions in force. There are
set Anti-Passback users as defined in the following Table. If a card belonging to one of these users is
swiped at a reader, all anti-passback restriction at that reader are cleared. A manager code can authorise
a forgive function on a particular user in option 42.1 = Codes.User Codes. An engineer code can
authorise a forgive function on a particular reader in option 63.2.3.6 = Options.MAX.Max
Parameters.Anti-Passback.
PANEL
ANTI-PASSBACK
FORGIVE USER NO'S
8
47-48
18
96-98
60
194-198
128
244-248
500
489-498
504
988-997
512
988-997
Table 5-2 Anti-Passback Users
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Installation Instructions
Appendix A : Door Control - MAX (MX01)
Installation Instructions
The MAX box contains the following:
•
MAX reader (P/N MX01),
•
MAX facia label (P/N 21_1627),
•
10-way connector block.
The MAX installation sequence is as follows:
1. Wiring the MAX
2. Mounting the MAX
3. Attaching the facia label
Wiring the MAX
N/O
COM
}
Connected to the Door
Strike as per manufacturer's
requirements and instructions
N/C
Horn
Horn
MAX by-pass
Egress
Door contact
Contact
B
12V
0V
0V
AB bus of Galaxy
A
-VE
0V
+VE
+12V
Figure A-1 MAX Wiring Details
1. Connect the A and B lines of the Galaxy communication bus to the A and B terminals. This
configuration must be a daisy-chain (parallel) connection. If the MAX is the last module in the
line, then the End of Line (EOL) resistor must be connected across the A and B terminals.
2. Connect the door strike in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations, via the relay.
3. The Horn output is an open collector. This is connected to the output device via a relay.
NOTE: With MAX software version 1.23 the horn output does not function when the reader is
programmed as on-line operating mode.
4. The Egress switch is used to activate the door strike, allowing the door to be opened without
activating the horn (the egress switch is normally open).
5. The Contact switch is used to connect the access door to an alarm contact, giving alarm indication
when the door is opened without the door strike being activated (either by a MAX card or the
egress switch).
6. Connect a 12 Vd.c. power supply to the MAX terminals marked –VE and +VE.
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Mounting the MAX
Attach the wired-up 10-way connector block to the pins on the rear of the MAX reader.
Surface Mounting the MAX
1. If the wiring is not wall recessed, remove the appropriate knock-out (from the sides, top or bottom
of the MAX).
2. Using the MAX reader as a template locate the two mounting screws in the required positions.
NOTE: The MAX is positioned with the two LEDs at the top of the module.
3. Securely attach the module to the wall with two No.8 roundhead 2 inch screws.
Flush Mounting the MAX
1. Using the template on the lid of the MAX flush mounting kit box (P/N MX02), locate the position
of the screws and mark and cut-out the recess area required.
NOTE: Ensure that there is sufficient wall surface to securely fix the screws.
2. Fit the MAX reader into the flush mounting kit; push the reader in from the rear ensuring that the
four retaining arms on the flush mounting kit click into place
3. Securely attach the module to the wall with two No.8 roundhead 1½ inch screws.
NOTE: The MAX is positioned with the two LEDs at the top of the module.
Remove the backing from the facia label, line up the label images with the six LEDs and place it on the
face of the MAX.
LED 1 (green)
door strike open
LED 2 (red)
door closed
LED 6 (red)
programming mode
LED 3 (red)
add mode
MAX
LED 4 (red)
void mode
LED 5 (red)
Nightlock mode
Figure A-2 MAX LED’s
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Configuring a MAX Reader
Configuring a MAX Reader into the System
MAX readers can only be configured into the Galaxy system from engineer mode.
NOTE: When adding a MAX reader to a Galaxy panel ensure that there are no more than eight MAX
readers connected to the RS485 (AB) line.
Wire the MAX as per the instructions given with figure 5-1 then access engineer mode.
The MAX reader must be assigned as either an On-Line or a Stand-Alone module using option 63.2.2
= OPTIONS.MAX.MAX Address:
0 = On-Line: The MAX is fully integrated with the Galaxy system and communicates via the AB
line, sharing system resources and facilities.
1 = Standalone: The MAX operates as an entirely independent unit. The Galaxy does not monitor
the MAX for alarms, tampers or power failure.
NOTE: Early versions of MAX readers cannot convert between the stand-alone and on-line operating
modes:
• MX01S (software V1.23) is a dedicated stand-alone reader. This cannot be converted to
on-line mode and must not be connected to the Galaxy AB line. The horn output is fully
functional.
• MX01 (software V1.23) is programmed as an on-line reader. The horn output is nonfunctioning. The reader can be reprogrammed, via the Galaxy system, into stand-alone
mode, however, once programmed as stand-alone it cannot be converted to on-line mode.
In stand-alone mode the horn output is fully functional.
• MX01 (software V1.32) can be reprogrammed as stand-alone or on-line as often as
required. In on-line mode, the horn output is non-functioning; in stand-alone mode the horn
output is fully functional.
Configuring as a Stand-Alone MAX
1. Ensure that the MAX is connected to the Galaxy (RS485 AB line) and the MAX mode is enabled
(option 63.2.1 = OPTIONS.MAX.MAX Mode).
2. Select option 63.2.2 = OPTIONS.MAX.MAX Address and press the ent key; the Galaxy
searches for the MAX with the highest address (the new MAX reader). The Galaxy 500 and 512
prompt for the AB line (1 – 4) that is to be searched; select the line and press the ent key. On
locating the MAX address, the keypad prompts for the OPERATING MODE of MAX to be assigned:
select 1 = Standalone and press the ent key. The MAX reader is readdressed as 32.
When the reprogramming is complete the MAX bleeps, LED 2 on the MAX switches on and the
keypad display returns to 2 = MAX Address.
3. (MAX software versions 1.23 and 1.32) Disconnect the AB line from the MAX reader. Ensure
that all other modules (keypads, RIOs and on-line MAX readers) are still daisy-chained into the
Galaxy panel. If the MAX reader is the last module on the AB line, remove the 680Ω end of line
resistor and put it into the last module on the line.
NOTE: The Galaxy cannot operate if the AB line is connected to stand-alone MAX readers with
software V1.23 or V1.32.
4. The MAX reader is now programmed as a stand-alone module in sleep mode (LEDs 2 – 5 on) and
can be programmed using the MAX cards (refer to Programming Stand-Alone MAX Readers).
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Configuring as On-Line MAX
1. Only if reprogramming an existing stand-alone MAX reader:
• Put the MAX reader into the sleep mode (present the Void Master card then swipe twice with
the Program Master card — LEDs 2 – 5 switch on. Refer to the MAX Installation and
Operations Guide (L120).).
• Remove the power from the MAX reader.
2. Connect the AB line of the MAX reader to the AB line from the control panel (ensuring that a
daisy-chain connection is maintained and that the 680Ω resistor is located in the last module on the
line). Connect 12 Vd.c. to the +VE and –VE terminal of the MAX reader.
3. Ensure that the MAX mode is enabled (option 63.2.1 = OPTIONS.MAX.MAX Mode).
4. Select option 63.2.2 = OPTIONS.MAX.MAX Address and press the ent key; the Galaxy
searches for the MAX with the highest address (the new MAX reader). The Galaxy 500 and 512
prompt for the AB line (1 – 4) that is to be searched; select the line and press the ent key.
Only if adding a new MAX reader: On locating the MAX address, the keypad prompts for the
OPERATING MODE of MAX to be assigned: select 0 = On-Line and press the ent key.
NOTE: If reprogramming an existing stand-alone reader, the system automatically selects the OnLine operating mode
The MAX can then be readdressed. The keypad displays the current address of the MAX and the
range of valid addresses. Enter the new MAX address and press the ent key; the Galaxy then
reprograms the address of the MAX. The keypad indicates the old and new MAX addresses and
the status of the reprogramming.
NOTE: All new MAX readers default to address 7. It is recommended that when adding a reader,
it is addressed as the lowest available number on the line.
When the reprogramming is complete the MAX bleeps, the LEDs on the MAX switch off and the
keypad display returns to 2 = MAX Address.
NOTE: If the Galaxy has been warm-started with the MAX connected and the reader is reprogrammed with its existing address, then the LED does not switch off and engineering
mode does not have to be exited to configure the MAX into the system.
5. Program the MAX Parameters. This option defines the operational features of the MAX reader.
1 = Descriptor: This option is used to assign a name of up to 12 characters to each of the MAX
modules.
2 = Open Timeout: This is the period, following the user card swipe, that the MAX relay is
activated allowing a door strike to be unlocked and the door to be opened without creating an
alarm. The MAX relay de-activates as soon as the door is closed or the Close Timeout occurs.
3 = Close Timeout: This is the period following the user card swipe that the door can remain open
when gaining access. If the door remains open longer than the period assigned to the Close
Timeout, then an alarm occurs.
4 = Groups: Each MAX module can be assigned to selected groups; the MAX then responds only
to cards that have a group common to it.
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Removing MAX Readers
Keypad Group Restriction: To restrict the operation of the function only to groups that are
common to both the card and the MAX, press the T key when assigning groups to the MAX.
This means that when a card with access to groups 1, 2 and 3 activates the MAX card function
on a MAX module assigned to groups 2, 3 and 4, the function only operates on the common
groups (groups 2 and 3).
6. Exit engineer mode — engineer code + esc:
the keypad displays the message 1 MOD. ADDED
— esc=CONTINUE. LED 2 on the MAX reader switches on. Press the esc key; the keypad returns to
the unset banner.
If this message is not displayed, the MAX reader is not communicating with the control panel and
has not been configured into the system (LED 2 does not switch on).
NOTES:
1. The MAX reader will not operate until engineer mode is exited and the reader is configured
into the system.
2. All MAX doors must be closed, otherwise engineer mode cannot be exited.
7.
The on-line MAX reader is now configured into the system
Removing a MAX Reader from the System
Stand Alone Mode (Software V1.23 & V1.32)
The stand-alone MAX reader is not connected to the AB line, therefore it can be removed simply by
disconnecting the power to the reader. There is no requirement to access engineer mode.
On-Line Mode
1. Access engineer mode.
2. Disconnect the MAX reader (AB line and power).
3. Exit engineer mode.
The message 1 MOD. MISSING — [<],[>] to View is displayed.
4. Press the A or B key.
The message MAX X — T=REMOVE MODULE is displayed.
5. Press the T key to acknowledge and accept that the MAX reader has been removed. The keypad
returns to the unset banner.
Programming Instructions for On-Line Readers
Refer to Section 6: System Operation, menu option 63 = OPTIONS for details on programming the
Open Timeout, Close Timeout and Group parameters for the MAX reader.
NOTE: These programming instructions refer only to on-line MAX readers (modules that are
connected to a host Galaxy panel via the RS485 data bus). For details on stand-alone MAX
installation refer to the MAX Installation and Operations Guide (L120).
For details on the programming of the MAX user cards and functions refer to Section 6: System
Operation, menu option 42 = CODES.
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Operating Instructions (On-Line Modes)
The MAX must be presented with a valid user card to allow access. Opening the door while LED 2 is
on activates an alarm; the buzzer sounds and LED 1 flashes until the door is closed.
Activating the egress switch allows the door to be opened without activating an alarm when no card
has been presented to the MAX.
Gaining Access
1. Ensure that LED 2 is on and all other LEDs are off.
2. Swipe the MAX with a standard user or nightlock access user card. LED 2 switches off and LED 1
switches on for the programmed Open Timeout.
3. Open the door while the LED 1 is on and access the area.
4. Close the door; LED 1 switches off and LED 2 switches on. The door must be closed within the
programmed Close Timeout; if the door remains open longer than this, an alarm is activated.
Nightlock Access (Stand-Alone Only)
Only cards programmed as nightlock access users can gain access when the MAX is nightlocked. The
operation is identical to the standard user card.
NOTE: Access cannot be gained using a standard user card.
Card-Held Function
The MAX card can be assigned a single menu option (refer to option 42.2.8 = CODES.User
Codes.MAX Function). To activate the function assigned to the MAX card, hold the card in front of
the reader for three seconds; all of the LEDs switch on. If a keypad has been assigned to the MAX
function then it displays the details of this option. If no keypad is assigned, pressing a key on any of
the keypads assigned to a common group to the user displays the card-held function.
Card-Held System Setting
If the MAX card is assigned one of the setting options (option 12, 13, 14 & 16 – 19), the card-held
functions starts the setting procedure for the groups assigned to the card.
NOTE: If Group Restriction is assigned, then only the groups that are common to both the MAX
reader and the MAX user are set.
If all of the groups that are assigned to the MAX are set (either by the card-held function or by any
other setting means) all of the LEDs switch off.
To unset the system using the MAX, swipe the reader with a valid MAX card. The MAX reader beeps
and LED 2 switches on. All of the groups assigned to the MAX are instantly unset.
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Viewing Max Events
Max Log
The Galaxy system has a 100 event log for the recording the MAX activations. This log is shared by
all readers on the system and operates on a first-in-first-out basis for overwriting events when the log is
filled.
To display the events in the MAX log select option 25 = ACCESS DOORS; use the A or B keys to
select the required MAX address then press the ent key. The first event that occurred on the selected
MAX is displayed along with details of the time, date and MAX number.
To view the log press the A key to move forward in time through the events or the B key to move
backwards. Press the esc key to return to the MAX address display. To view the log of another MAX,
use the A or B key to select the required address. To escape from the Access Doors option press the
esc key.
Time and date
of event
02:25 SUN 22 OCT
USR032 Valid
Max user number
Event type
Max Events Print-Out
The MAX events can be printed out as they occur to an on-line printer. To print the MAX events
ensure that option 51.27 = PARAMETERS.On-Line Print is enabled. Select option 51.28 =
PARAMETERS.On-Line Level and enter 2 to print out all system events including the MAX events
or 3 to print out only the MAX events.
NOTE: A serial printer must be connected to line one of the Galaxy panel and the printer must remain
on-line (ready to print) at all times.
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Panel Comparisons
Appendix B: Panel Comparisons
Galaxy Panel
8
18
60
128
500
504
512
Zones (on board to max)
8
10 to 18
12 to 60
0 to 128
0 to 504
0-504
8 to 512
Zone types
32
41
41
41
41
41
45
Outputs (on board to max)
6
6 to 10
6 to 30
4 to 68
4 to 256
4 to 256
4 to 260
Output Types
25
60
60
60
60
60
65
S u p er U ser C o d es
50
100
200
250
500
999
999
Groups
0
3
4
8
16
32
32
Group Omit
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Muti-Users
No
No
4
8
8
16
16
E ven t L o g
250
500
500
500
1000
1000
1000
MAX Log
250
500
500
500
1000
1000
1000
Links
0
32
64
128
256
256
256
Link Outputs
0
5
15
15
15
15
15
7-Day Timers
0
2
2
2
2
2
2
Autoset
No
20 On/Off
20 On/Off
20 On/Off
20 On/Off
20 On/Off
20 On/Off
L o cko u t
No
No
No
No
No
No
20 On/Off
Pre-Check
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Part Set
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Library (Words)
0
538
538
538
538
538
538
RS485 Lines
1
1
1
2
4
4
4
RIO's
0
1
6
16
63
63
64
K eyp ad s
16
16
16
16
32
32
32
MAX's
2
3
4
8
16
32
32
RS232 Module Support
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Printer Module Support
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Telecom Module Support
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
2
3
4
8
16
32
32
Remote Servicing
Ethernet Module
KeyProx
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Specifications
Appendix C: Specifications
PCBs
Weight
Galaxy 8 ..................................................................................
217 g
Galaxy 18 ................................................................................
192 g
Galaxy 60 ................................................................................
193 g
Galaxy 128 ..............................................................................
201 g
Galaxy 500 ..............................................................................
201 g
Galaxy 504 ..............................................................................
201 g
Galaxy 512 ..............................................................................
201 g
Galaxy RIO ..............................................................................
92 g
Galaxy RF RIO ........................................................................
63 g
1A Power Supply Unit (PSU) ..................................................
822 g
3A PSU .................................................................................... 1,190 g
3A Smart PSU ......................................................................... 1,212 g
RS232 ......................................................................................
124 g
Telecom ...................................................................................
90 g
Network ...................................................................................
56 g
ISDN ........................................................................................
114 g
Order Code
A129-01
A124-01
A130-01
A206-01
A138-01
A207-01
A185-01
A158
A215
A125
A155
A139
A169
E062
E080
E077
Note: The above weights and order codes are from the populated Printed Circuit Board (PCB) only.
Modules
Weight
Order Code
Galaxy Keypad (Mark VII) ………………………………….. 207.7 g
Size: ………………………………….. 149 x 91 x 31 mm (L x B x H)
CP027
Keypads Material ...................................................................................
Keypad Colour ......................................................................................
PC + ABS
Cool grey
Galaxy RIO (Boxed) …………………………………………
793 g
Size: …………………………………..
180 x 155 x 35 (L x B x H)
C072
Galaxy RF RIO (Boxed) ............................................................... 270 g
Size ............................................................. 150 x 162 x 39 (L x B x H)
C076
RS232 Module (Boxed) ……………………………………...
823 g
Size: …………………………………..
180 x 155 x 35 (L x B x H)
E054
Doorguard ……………………………………………………
995g
Size: …………………………………..
150 x 185 x 40 (L x B x H)
C075
Printer Interface (6-Way DIN Plug) …………………………. 120 g
Printer Interface (25-Way D Plug) …………………………… 130 g
Box Size: …………………………..
75 x 52 x 28 mm (L x B x H)
Cable Size:
2m for 4-Way IDC, and 0.3m for 6-Way/25-Way plug.
A134
A161
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Specifications (cont’d)
Galaxy Control Panel Box
Weight
Order Code
6 Ahr size (Special Small)…………………………………... 2,925 g
Size: ……………………………… 395 x 81 x 251 mm (L x B x H)
W1242
15 Ahr size (Standard Large) ………………………………. 3,892 g
Size: ……………………………… 415 x 93 x 310 mm (L x B x H)
W1246
Panel Box Material: ………………..18 SWG (1.2 mm) Mild Steel.
Panel Colour: …………………… Ash Grey 00A01 Epoxy Texture.
Note: The above weights and order codes are for the empty box only.
Device
Quiescent Current
(mA)
Device
Quiescent Current
(mA)
Galaxy 8 (Note 1)
100
RS232 Module (E054,
E 055)
50
Galaxy 18 (Note 1)
55
4-Way Relay Interface
(C037)
160
Galaxy 60 (Note 1)
75
General Purpose
Relay Interface (A060)
40
Galaxy 128
121
Galaxy Mk 3 (LCD)
Keypad
100
Galaxy 500
145
Galaxy Mk 7 (LCD)
Keypad
55
Galaxy 504
145
Printer Interface
(A134/A161)
100
Galaxy 512 (High
Security)
145
Doorguard (C075)
10
Galaxy RIO (Note 1)
40
Max Reader
35
RF RIO
55
MicroMAX
25
3 A Smart PSU (Note 1)
100
ISDN Module
40
Telecom Module (E062)
(Note 2)
45
Ethernet
155
Key Prox
90
Table C-1 Current Consumption
Note 1: Measured with no load on zone input
Note 2: Not communicating
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Parts List Index
Appendix D: Parts List Index
Product Name
UK Part No
Comments
Galaxy Classic Range
Galaxy 8 Control
Product Name
UK Part No
Comments
Galaxy Panel PCB's
CO55-01
8 zones
Galaxy 8 Pack (incl. Mk7
Keypad)
10 to 18
zones
Galaxy 18 Control:
Galaxy 8 PCB
A129-01
Galaxy 18 PCB
A124-01
Galaxy 60 PCB
A130-01
Galaxy 128 PCB
A206-01
with 1 amp power supply
CO51-01-1A
Galaxy 500 PCB
A138-01
with 3 amp power supply
CO51-01-3A
Galaxy 504 PCB
A207-01
with 3 amp smart PSU
CO51-01-3AS
Galaxy 512 PCB
A185-01
12 to 60
zones
Galaxy 60 Control:
Accessories:
with 1 amp power supply
CO52-01-1A
Max Reader
MX01
with 3 amp power supply
CO52-01-3A
Max Flush Mounting Kit
MX02
with 3 amp smart PSU
CO52-01-3AS
MicroMAX Reader
MX11
Max Proximity Keyfob
YXO-0004
Max Proximity Card
YXO-0002
0 to 128
zones
Galaxy 128 Control:
Weather proof
with 1 amp power supply
CO70-01-1A
Max Card with Magnetic Stripe
YXO-0001
with 3 amp power supply
CO70-01-3A
Max programmer
YXO-0007
with 3 amp smart PSU
CO70-01-3AS
Max Overlay Label
LP1-1627
Max Weatherproof Kit
MX10
For MX01 only
Doorguard
C 075
Door Isolation Unit
All use the same key
0 to 504
zones
Galaxy 500 Control:
with 1 amp power supply
CO57-01-1A
Doorguard Common Key
C 075C
with 3 amp power supply
CO57-01-3A
Engineer Keypad Cable
A 136
with 3 amp smart PSU
CO57-01-3AS
Twisted Pair 4-core Cable
(200m)
W002
0 to 504
zones
Galaxy 504 Control:
with 1 amp power supply
CO65-01-1A
Galaxy Mk3 Keypad Aluminium CPO23-A
Flush mount
CO65-01-3A
Galaxy Mk3 Keypad Brass
CPO23-B
Flush mount
CO65-01-3AS
Galaxy Mk7 Keypad
C P 027
Replaces Mk3 Keypad
Galaxy Mk7 "Special Keypad"
No part
number
Order modified keypad
(ref. Tech. Support)
Galaxy KeyProx
CP028/CP
Keypad with integrated
reader
Galaxy KeyProx HID
CP028-H
Keypad with integrated
reader
Galaxy 512 High
Security Control:
Complete with 3 amp
Smart PSU
K eyp ad s:
8 to 512
zones
CO63-01-3AS
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Parts List Index (cont’d)
Product Name
UK Part No.
Comments
Product Name
P S U ' s:
Softw are Packages:
12 Volt, 1 amp PSU
Galaxy Gold (remote servicing softw are):
Boxed
P 019
PC B Ki t
P 020
PC B
A125-X
1 amp Transformer Kit
A195-X
1 amp PCB transformer and AC
connections
Transformer and AC connections
12 Volt, 3 amp PSU
UK Part No.
PC Licence
R006
Software and Manual Pack
R006-P
Software Update (additional)
R007
Dongle Variant PC Licence
R011
Dongle Variant Software and Manual
R011-P
Dongle Software Update (additional)
R012
Boxed
P 017
PC B Ki t
P 021
PC B
A155-X
End User remote servicing software available
to Galaxy Gold licence holders only
3 amp Transformer Kit
A196-X
PC Licence
R021
Software and Manual Pack
R021-P
Software Update (additional)
R010
Dongle Variant PC Licence
R013
Dongle Variant Software and Manual
R022-P
Dongle Software Update (additional)
R024
3 amp PCB transformer and AC
connections
12 Volt, 3 amp Smart PSU
Boxed
P 015
PC B Ki t
P 022
PC B
A180-A
3 amp Smart Transformer Kit
A197-X
3 amp SPSU PCB transformer
and mains connections
Security Director's Gold:
Transformer and mains
connections
Alarm Monitoring:
Leads and Cables:
See Spares
System Monitoring Software
Interfaces:
PC Licence
R009
Software and Manual Pack
R009-P
RF RIO Boxed
C 076
Software Update (additional)
R010
RIO Boxed
C 072
Dongle Variant PC Licence
R013
Telecom Module PCB
E 062
Dongle Variant Software and Manual
R013-P
Telecom mounting Kit
A 203
Dongle Software Update (additional)
R014
RS232 Module Boxed
E 054
Galaxy Software Dongle
YY0-0004
RS232 Module PCB
A 169
ISDN Module PCB
E 077
Ethernet Module Boxed
E 080
Printer Interface
A 161
Galaxy Printer interface
4-way Relay Interface
B 024
Printer, PSU and Galaxy Interface
4-way Relay Interface Kit
C 037
Boxed
1-way Relay Interface (PCB)
A 101
PCB only
A 060
PCB only
Stand-off plate for mounting
above PCB
D-2
Comments
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Product Name
UK Part No
Parts List Index (cont’d)
Comments
Spares:
Line Driver (RS485)
UJ2-7517-M
Sticky foot
NB5-1462
For mounting Telecom Module/RIO
1K resistor
RM4-1921
For Galaxy zone wiring
6-way standard PSU lead
WB3-0006
For 1 or 3 amp PSU to Galaxy
4-way smart PSU lead
WB3-0007
For Smart PSU to Galaxy Panel
Battery Lead Red
WB3-0009
Red and black leads required for a PSU
Battery Lead Black
WB3-0010
Red and black leads required for a PSU
Mk3 Keypad Wall Plate
EK8-1584-M
Wall mounting bracket
Mk3 Keypad Door
EK8-1580-M
Mk3 Keypad Tamper Spring
NP8-1586-M
RF Transmitter Peripherals:
5802H Panic Button
2021-010
5804H Keyfob
2021-011
5808H Smoke Detector
2021-011
5816H Universal Door Contact
2021-013
5810HUK UK Door Contact
2021-020
5888H 12m PIR
2021-014
RF Survey Kit
2021-026
Literature:
Installation Manual
II1-0027
Programming Manual
IP1-0027
Galaxy Gold User Guide
IU1-0057
Alarm Monitoring User Guide
IU1-0096
Telecom Module Installation
instructions
II1-0079
RS232 Module Operating
Instructions
IO1-0054
Smart PSU Installation
Instructions
II1-0101
RIO Installer's Guide
L051
RF RIO Installation and
Programming Instructions
II1-0076
ISDN Module Installation
Instructions
II1-0211
Ethernet Module Installation
Instructions
II1-0080
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M
Index
A
Adding a Keypad to the
System
4-4
Addressing
4-2
Addressing the RF RIO
3-6
Alarm Monitoring
3-15
Appendix A: Door Control
MAX )
A-1
Appendix B: Panel
Comparisons
B-1
Appendix C:
Specifications
C-1
Appendix D: Parts List
Index
D-1
B
5-3
3-2
3-2
3-5
3-7
5-8
5-8
E
Entry/Exit RIO
Ethernet Module
3-3
3-14
F
G
Galaxy Gold
Galaxy Keypad
Galaxy Keyprox
3-15
4-1
4-8
H
I
Installing the MicroMAX
ISDN Module
5-2
3-13
J
K
Keypad Installation
Procedure
Keypad Operation
L
5-7
2-9
5-1
N
Ethernet Module
Ethernet Communication
3-14
3-14
O
Optional Modules and
Facilities
3-1
P
Power Consumption
Printer Interface Module
Power Supply Unit
Quick Setup
D
Dual Access Cards
Dual Focus (Card Held)
MicroMAX Log
Memory
MicroMax
4-1
3-9
2-8
Q
C
Configuring a MicroMAX
Reader into the System
Configuring the RIO
Connecting the RIO
Connecting the RF RIO
Configuring the RF RIO
Index
4-2
4-5
1-3
R
RF RIO
3-5
RS232 Interface Module
3-11
RS 485 Data Communication
Bus (AB Lines)
2-9
RS485 Wiring
Configurations
2-9
RS485 Wiring
Recommendations
2-10
Remote Input Output (RIO)
Module
3-1
Removing a Keypad from
the System
4-4
Removing a MicroMAX
Reader from the System 5-5
S
Security Directors Gold
Self Diagnostics
Serial Printer Interface
Smart PSU
Software Packages
Stand-by Battery
System Architechture
Galaxy 8 PCB
Galaxy 18/60 PCB
Galaxy 128, 500, 504
& 512 PCB
System Installation
and Wiring
3-15
4-4
3-12
3-8
3-15
2-8
2-1
2-4
2-5
2-6
2-7
T
Telecom Module
Timed Anti-Passback
1-1
3-10
5-8
U
V
W
Wiring the Keypad
Wiring Keyswitches
Wiring Terminator Buttons
Wiring the MicroMAX
Wiring Multiple Zones
Wiring Zones
4-1
2-14
2-15
5-1
2-14
2-13
X
Y
Z
Zones
Zone addresses
2-12
2-12
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Ademco Microtech Ltd.
3 Wellington Crescent
Fradley Park
Lichfield
Staffs
WS13 8RZ
Adivision of the Pittway Corporation
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