USER MANUAL
Firmware version 1.12
Alarm Control Panels
USER
MANUAL
SATEL sp. z o.o.
ul. Schuberta 79
80-172 Gdańsk
POLAND
tel. + 48 58 320 94 00
[email protected]
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WARNING
Before you start using the control panel, please read carefully this manual in order to avoid
mistakes that can lead to malfunction or even damage to the equipment.
Changes, modifications or repairs not authorized by the manufacturer shall void your rights
under the warranty.
The INTEGRA control panels should only be connected to the analog subscriber lines. In
case of changing the analog line to the digital one, it is necessary to contact the alarm
system installer.
Pay special attention if the telephone line used by the control panel is frequently busy and/or
failures are reported, concerning the line and/or monitoring. Report such situations to the
alarm system installer immediately.
To ensure adequate protection, the alarm security system must be in good working order,
therefore SATEL recommends that it be regularly tested. The control panel is equipped with
a number of self-diagnostic functions which, when properly configured by the installer, ensure
control over correct functioning of the system.
The alarm security system cannot prevent burglary, assault or fire from happening, but it
guarantees that in case of emergency measures will be taken to reduce the possible damage
(the alarm will be signaled optically and acoustically, appropriate services will be notified,
etc.), which may deter the potential burglars.
The SATEL's goal is to continually upgrade the quality of its products, which may result in
alterations of their technical specifications and firmware. The current information on
the introduced modifications is available on our website.
Please visit us at:
http://www.satel.eu
The declaration of conformity may be consulted at www.satel.eu/ce
Factory default codes:
Service code: 12345
Object 1 master user (administrator) code: 1111
The following symbols may be used in this manual:
- note;
- caution.
Changes made to the firmware version 1.12
System
operation
New keypads:
 INT-KLFR – LCD keypad with mechanical keys and built-in proximity
card reader;
 INT-TSG – touchscreen keypad;
 INT-TSI – touchscreen keypad.
User functions
New function: CHANGE TEL.CODE
Zone test duration can be up to 50 minutes (earlier: up to 25 minutes).
The IP/MAC ETHM-1 function allows to check the public IP address of
the ETHM-1 module.
Users
New rights:
 SIMPLE USER
 ADMINISTRATOR
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CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
General .............................................................................................................................4
Technical reliability of the alarm system ...........................................................................4
Alarm system operating costs ...........................................................................................4
Authorization of users .......................................................................................................5
4.1
Authorization with two identifiers................................................................................5
4.2
Factory default codes ................................................................................................5
4.3
Operation under duress .............................................................................................6
5. Operating the alarm system by means of LCD keypad.....................................................6
5.1
Keypads description ..................................................................................................6
5.1.1
LCD display ........................................................................................................6
5.1.2
LED indicators ....................................................................................................8
5.1.3
Keys ...................................................................................................................9
5.1.4
Built-in proximity card reader ..............................................................................9
5.1.5
Sound signaling ..................................................................................................9
5.2
[Code] – arming / disarming menu........................................................................10
5.2.1
Arming menu ....................................................................................................10
5.2.2
Disarming menu ...............................................................................................11
5.3
[Code] – user menu..............................................................................................11
5.3.1
Functions list.....................................................................................................11
5.3.2
Starting functions..............................................................................................14
5.3.3
Menu shortcuts .................................................................................................15
5.3.4
Entering data by means of the LCD keypad .....................................................15
5.3.5
Description of user functions ............................................................................17
5.4
Arming .....................................................................................................................22
5.4.1
Full arming without partition selection...............................................................22
5.4.2
Full arming the selected partitions ....................................................................22
5.4.3
Arming in the selected mode ............................................................................22
5.4.4
Quick arming ....................................................................................................23
5.4.5
Denial of arming ...............................................................................................23
5.4.6
Failure of arming procedure..............................................................................23
5.4.7
Shortening the exit delay time ..........................................................................23
5.5
Disarming and alarm clearing ..................................................................................24
5.5.1
Alarm clearing without disarming......................................................................24
5.6
Two-code arming / disarming...................................................................................24
5.7
Triggering the alarm from keypad ............................................................................24
5.8
Users .......................................................................................................................24
5.8.1
User types ........................................................................................................26
5.8.2
Adding new user...............................................................................................27
5.8.3
Edit user ...........................................................................................................27
5.8.4
Removing a user ..............................................................................................28
5.8.5
Adding proximity card / DALLAS iButton ..........................................................28
5.8.6
Adding keyfob...................................................................................................28
5.8.7
Removing keyfob..............................................................................................29
5.9
Master users (administrators) ..................................................................................30
5.10 Zone bypassing .......................................................................................................30
5.10.1 Zone inhibiting ..................................................................................................30
5.10.2 Zone isolating ...................................................................................................30
5.10.3 Unbypassing.....................................................................................................31
5.11 Viewing the event log...............................................................................................31
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5.11.1 Viewing all events............................................................................................. 31
5.11.2 Viewing the events required for Grade 2 .......................................................... 31
5.11.3 Viewing the selected events ............................................................................. 32
5.11.4 Way of presenting events ................................................................................. 32
5.12 Programming the partition timer .............................................................................. 32
5.13 Zone testing............................................................................................................. 33
5.14 Outputs control ........................................................................................................ 34
5.14.1 Controlling the MONO SWITCH type of output ................................................... 35
5.14.2 Controlling the BI SWITCH type of output ........................................................... 35
5.14.3 Controlling the REMOTE SWITCH type of outputs ................................................. 35
5.14.4 Controlling the roller shutter outputs................................................................. 35
6. Using the partition keypad .............................................................................................. 35
6.1
Description of partition keypads............................................................................... 36
6.1.1
LED indicators .................................................................................................. 36
6.1.2
Keys ................................................................................................................. 36
6.1.3
Built-in proximity card reader............................................................................ 37
6.1.4
Sound signaling................................................................................................ 37
6.2
Functions available from the partition keypad ......................................................... 38
6.2.1
[Code] ........................................................................................................... 38
6.2.2
[Code] ............................................................................................................ 38
6.2.3
Quick arming .................................................................................................... 38
6.2.4
Triggering the alarm from keypad..................................................................... 38
6.2.5
Silencing the alarm sound at the keypad.......................................................... 38
6.2.6
Code changing ................................................................................................. 39
7. Using the entry keypad ................................................................................................... 39
7.1
LED indicators ......................................................................................................... 39
7.2
Sound signaling ....................................................................................................... 39
7.3
Functions available from the entry keypad .............................................................. 39
8. Using the code lock ........................................................................................................ 40
8.1
Description of code locks......................................................................................... 40
8.1.1
LED indicators .................................................................................................. 40
8.1.2
Keys ................................................................................................................. 40
8.1.3
Sound signaling................................................................................................ 41
8.2
Functions available from code lock.......................................................................... 41
9. Confirming voice messaging........................................................................................... 41
10. Call answering and telephone control............................................................................. 42
10.1 Answering phone calls............................................................................................. 42
10.2 Telephone control.................................................................................................... 43
10.3 Audio alarm verification ........................................................................................... 43
11. SMS control only INTEGRA 128-WRL............................................................................ 43
12. Operating the alarm system by means of keyfob............................................................ 44
13. Manual update history .................................................................................................... 45
14. Brief description of operating the system from keypad ................................................... 46
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1. General
Thank you for choosing the product offered by the SATEL Company. Wishing you full
satisfaction with the choice you made, we are always ready to provide you with professional
assistance and information on our products.
The SATEL Company is manufacturer of a broad range of devices dedicated for use in
security alarm systems. Further information is available on our website www.satel.eu or at
the points of sale offering our products.
2. Technical reliability of the alarm system
The alarm system is built of technical devices, the performance of which has crucial effect on
the effectiveness of the facility protection. Components of the alarm system may be exposed
to various external factors, such as weather conditions (e.g. outdoor sirens and, during
a storm, also other devices, as a result of atmospheric discharge which may cause harm to
electrical and telephone installations) or mechanical damage. Only a routine check of the
system operation makes it possible to maintain a high level of burglary protection.
The control panel is provided with a number of safeguards and automatic diagnostic features
to test the system performance. Detection of irregularities is signaled by the
LED on the
keypad. You should immediately respond to such a signal, and, if necessary, consult
the installer.
It is necessary to periodically carry out a functional test of the alarm system. Check that the
control panel responds to violation of individual detectors, that their coverage areas are not
obstructed, that there is a reaction to opening protected windows, and that sirens and
telephone messaging work normally.
Detailed instructions on the system testing should be provided by the installer. It is
recommended that the installer carry out periodic maintenance of the alarm system, when
ordered by the user.
It is in the user's interest to foresee and prearrange the procedures to be followed when the
control panel signals an alarm condition. It is important to know how to verify the alarm and
identify its source on the basis of keypad information, and take appropriate measures, e.g., to
organize evacuation.
3. Alarm system operating costs
The control panel can inform the users and the monitoring station about the status of
protected facility. Realization of these functions by means of the phone line or GSM means
financial costs. The amount of the costs incurred depends on the amount of information sent.
A failure of telephone links, as well as an incorrect programming of the control panel, may
result in increased costs (due to making of excessive number of calls).
Please inform the installer, which is a priority: to deliver information at any cost, or to prevent
excessive costs. For example, after an event code has failed to be sent successfully to the
monitoring station, the control panel may repeat attempts every few minutes to send the code
or to cease the attempts to send the code until a next event occurs.
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4. Authorization of users
Operation of the alarm system is possible after the user authorization, which allows the
control panel to verify that the user is authorized to perform the given operation. The
authorization can be done on the basis of:
 code,
 proximity card (125 kHz passive transponder, which can be in the form of card, tag, etc.),
 DALLAS iButton (chip),
 keyfob.
You can not assign the same identifier (code, proximity card, DALLAS iButton or
keyfob) to two users.
For safety reasons, different people should not use the same identifier.
The installer can configure the panel so that it will not accept codes that contain less
than three digits (e.g. 1111 or 1212) or consist of consecutive digits (3456).
The installer may permit the use of certain functions without the need for user
authorization.
Using an invalid code, proximity card or DALLAS iButton three times may:
 trigger an alarm;
 block the keypad / reader for 90 seconds.
4.1
Authorization with two identifiers
The INT-KLCDR and INT-KLFR keypads and the INT-SCR multifunction keypads have a
built-in proximity card reader. The installer can configure these devices so that the user has
to use two identifiers for authorization: the code and the card. The function to be executed
after the authorization depends on the second identifier:
– code – whether it will be confirmed by using the key or the
key;
– card – whether it will be presented only or held.
4.2
Factory default codes
By default, the following codes are preprogrammed in the control panel:
service code: 12345
object 1 master user (administrator) code: 1111
The factory default codes make it possible to assign individual codes to consecutive persons
who are to use the alarm system (see: section USERS p. 24).
The factory default codes should be changed as soon as possible using the CHANGE
OWN CODE function available in the user menu.
The control panel can inform the user that the code change is necessary, if the code is
known to other users.
The master code should not be used on a daily basis because of the risk of its being
captured. It is recommended that the administrator enter for himself an ordinary user's
code.
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Operation under duress
When acting under duress, the DURESS type code must be used instead of the normal user
code (see section USER TYPES p. 26).
5. Operating the alarm system by means of LCD keypad
SATEL offers the following keypads for INTEGRA control panels:
INT-TSG – touchscreen keypad;
INT-TSI – touchscreen keypad;
INT-KSG – LCD keypad with touch keys;
INT-KLCD – LCD keypad with mechanical keys;
INT-KLCDR – LCD keypad with mechanical keys and built-in proximity card reader;
INT-KLCDK – LCD keypad with mechanical keys;
INT-KLCDL – LCD keypad with mechanical keys;
INT-KLCDS – LCD keypad with mechanical keys;
INT-KLFR – LCD keypad with mechanical keys and built-in proximity card reader.
The keypads are available in a variety of color options for the enclosure, display and key
backlight. The color variant is indicated by the additional designation in the keypad name
(e.g. INT-KLCD-GR – green display and key backlight; INT-KLCD-BL – blue display and key
backlight).
5.1
Keypads description
The INT-TSG, INT-TSI and INT-KSG keypads are described in separate manuals,
which are delivered with these keypads.
5.1.1
LCD display
The display facilitates communication between the user and the alarm system, clearly
indicating the system status. The functions available to the user are presented on the display.
The display backlight can be used, if needed.
In standby mode, the display shows:
– in the upper line – the date and time in the format defined by the installer,
– in the lower line – the keypad name or state (status) of selected partitions (to be defined
by the installer).
The installer can configure the keypad so that when you press the 9 key for approx. 3
seconds, the display will enter the partition state presentation mode. The status of
partitions operated by the keypad (including those from which alarm is signaled on the
keypad) is presented by means of symbols. The display will return to the standby mode after
you press the 9 key for approx. 3 seconds again.
If some predefined events occur, additional messages may appear on the display (e.g.
arming, disarming, auto-arm delay countdown, entry/exit delay countdown, alarm, etc.).
Entering the user code, i.e. the user authorization, will open a menu containing the functions
that are available to the user. The functions are presented in two lines. The currently selected
function is indicated by the arrow on the left-hand side. How the function related information
is presented depends on the specific character of the given function.
The way of display backlighting is programmed by the installer.
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INTEGRA
INT-KLCDK
INT-KLFR
Fig. 1. Keypads with flap.
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Fig. 2. Keypads without flap.
5.1.2
LED
LED indicators
Color
green
red
Function description
ON – all keypad operated partitions are armed
blinking – some keypad operated partitions are armed or exit delay
countdown is running
ON or blinking – alarm or alarm memory
yellow
blinking – trouble or trouble memory
green
blinking – service mode is entered
green
if zone status is being presented or the keypad is switched to graphic
programming mode (see: section SELECTION FROM THE MULTIPLECHOICE LIST p. 15), two LEDs indicate which data set is being
displayed (see: table 2)
Table 1. Description of keypad LEDs.
LED
Information
left side/upper right side/lower
OFF
OFF
numbers 1-32
OFF
ON
numbers 33-64
Zones/Outputs
ON
OFF
numbers 65-96
ON
ON
numbers 97-128
OFF
OFF
system addresses 0-31 (00-1F HEX)
Expanders
OFF
ON
system addresses 32-63 (20-3F HEX)
Table 2. Information presented by the LEDs.
Data type
Information about the armed state can be extinguished after a time period defined by
the installer.
If the installer has enabled the GRADE 2 option:
LEDs provide information about alarms only after the code has been
 the
entered and confirmed with the ;key;
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 blinking of the
LED means that there is a trouble in the system, some zones
are bypassed, or that there was an alarm.
5.1.3
Keys
The keys designated with digits and letters enable entering the code and data, when using
the functions available in the menu. Additionally, if you press and hold down the selected digit
keys for approx. 3 seconds, you can (if the keypad has been so configured by the installer):
1 - check the state of zones;
4 - check the state of partitions;
5 - view the alarm log;
6 - view the trouble log;
7 - view the current troubles;
8 - enable/disable chime signal in the keypad;
9 - toggle the display between the standby mode and partition state display mode.
The other keys enable you to:
- enter the user menu (after entering the code);
- cancel the started operation.
or
- arm / disarm and clear alarm (after entering the code);
- start the selected function;
- confirm the entered data.
    - navigate through the display (scroll through the displayed messages, functions
and options, and move the cursor);
- run the installer selected functions (after entering the code).
- trigger the fire alarm.
- trigger the medical (auxiliary) alarm.
- trigger the panic alarm.
5.1.4
Built-in proximity card reader
The INT-KLCDR and INT-KLFR keypads can be operated by means of proximity cards
(proximity tags or other 125 kHz passive transponders). The installer defines which functions
can be executed after presenting or holding the card.
5.1.5
Sound signaling
Beeps generated when operating
The installer can disable the sound signaling.
1 short beep – pressing any number key.
2 short beeps – confirmation of command execution, signaling of entering the user menu,
submenu or function.
3 short beeps – signaling of:
– starting the arming procedure (if no exit delay has been programmed, this is equivalent
to arming),
– disarming and/or alarm clearing;
– turning output off;
– disabling chime signal in the keypad, using the 8 key;
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– toggling the display between the standby mode and the partition status presentation
mode, using the 9 key;
– exiting the function and returning to the menu after confirmation of the data entered.
4 short beeps and 1 long beep – signaling of:
– turning output on;
– enabling chime signal in the keypad, using the 8 key;
– ending the function and exiting the user menu after confirmation of the data entered.
1 long beep – signaling of:
– violated/ bypassed zones when arming;
– fault of the vibration detector (10. 24H VIBRATION type zone was not violated during the
vibration detector test run upon starting the arming procedure).
2 long beeps – invalid code/card, function not available or exiting the function without
confirmation of the data entered (e.g. by using the
key).
3 long beeps – unavailable function.
Events signaled by sounds
Only installer selected events are signaled.
Alarms are being signaled throughout the time programmed by the installer.
5 short beeps – zone violation (CHIME).
Long beep every 3 seconds, followed by a series of short beeps for 10 seconds
and 1 long beep – countdown of exit delay (if the time is shorter than 10 seconds, only
the final sequence of short beeps will be generated).
A sequence of 7 beeps of diminishing duration, repeated every few seconds –
countdown of auto-arming delay.
2 short beeps every seconds – countdown of entry delay.
2 short beeps every 3 seconds – signaling a new trouble.
Continuous beep – alarm.
Long beep every second – fire alarm.
5.2
[Code]
– arming / disarming menu
Information given in the section below do not apply to users having the SIMPLE
right (see p. 25).
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After you enter the code and confirm it with the key:
– a message on the need to change the code or a service note may be displayed;
– alarm will be cleared – if the user is authorized to clear the alarm and there is an alarm
in the system;
– one partition will be disarmed – if the user is authorized to disarm the partition, has
access to only one partition operated from the keypad and that partition is armed, or has
access to many partitions, but only one partition is armed;
– one partition will be armed – if the user is authorized to arm the partition, has access to
only one partition operated from the keypad and that partition is disarmed;
– the arming/disarming menu will be displayed.
5.2.1
Arming menu
The arming menu will be displayed if:
– the user is authorized to arm the partition;
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– the user has access to a number of partitions operated from the keypad;
– none of the partitions accessible to the user is armed;
– there is no alarm.
Two functions are available in the menu:
Arm all
arming all partitions
Arm selected
arming selected partitions
5.2.2
Disarming menu
The disarming menu will be displayed if:
– the user is authorized to disarm the partition;
– the user has access to a number of partitions operated from the keypad;
– at least two partitions accessible to the user are armed.
Two functions are available in the menu:
Disarm all
disarming all partitions
Disarm selected
disarming selected partitions
5.3
[Code]
– user menu
After you enter the code and confirm using the
key, the user menu will be displayed. The
list of available functions depends on the user authority level, as well as the system status
and configuration. In order to exit the user menu, press the
key. The keypad will quit the
menu automatically, if 2 minutes have elapsed since the last keypress.
Upon entering the code and confirming with the
key, a message about the need to
change the code or a service note may be displayed.
5.3.1
Functions list
The functions available after entering the service code have been highlighted with
white text against black background. Highlighted with a frame are functions available
to the administrators.
View clear. al.
System reset
Disarm
Clear alarm
Clear other al.
Abort voice m.
Arm
Arm (2 codes)
Disarm (2codes)
Defer auto-arm
Set auto-arm d.
Arming mode
Cancel 1st code
Change own code
Change tel.code
Change prefix
Prefix normal
Prefix duress
Recall time
view cleared alarms from selected partition zones
restore system after verified alarm
disarm selected partitions
clear alarm
clear alarm in other objects
cancel telephone messaging
arm selected partitions
start two code arming
start two code disarming
postpone the auto-arming
set auto-arming postpone time
select arming mode
cancel consent to two code arming/disarming
change own code
change own telephone code
set normally used prefix
set duress prefix
set time to remind of the need to change prefix
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New user
add new user
set code
Code
set telephone code
Telephone code
Partitions
assign partitions available to the user
select type of code
Type
select time schedule
Schedule
set code validity time
Existence time
set bypass time
Bypass time
Rights
assign rights
assign modules available to the user
Keypads etc.
add proximity card
New prox. card
remove proximity card
Rem. prox. card
add DALLAS iButton
New DALLAS
Remove DALLAS
remove DALLAS iButton
New RX key fob
add 433 MHz keyfob
remove 433 MHz keyfob
Rem. RX key fob
assign function to keyfob button 1
Button 1
assign function to keyfob button 2
Button 2
assign function to keyfob button 3
Button 3
assign function to keyfob button 4
Button 4
assign function to combination of keyfob buttons 1 & 2
Button 1 and 2
assign function to combination of keyfob buttons 1 & 3
Button 1 and 3
set event generating rules
Events (RX)
add keyfob supported by ABAX system
New ABAX keyfob
remove keyfob supported by ABAX system
Rem.ABAX keyfob
assign function to keyfob button 1
Button 1
assign function to keyfob button 2
Button 2
assign function to keyfob button 3
Button 3
assign function to keyfob button 4
Button 4
assign function to keyfob button 5
Button 5
assign function to combination of keyfob buttons 1 & 5
Button 1 and 5
Events (ABAX)
set event generating rules
set confirmation rules
Confirm. (ABAX)
program user name
Name
Edit user
edit existing user
[select user]
[list of parameters identical as in case of a new user]
Remove user
remove user
Masters
New master
add new master
set code
Code
assign rights
Rights
assign modules available to the master
Keypads etc.
add proximity card
New prox. card
remove proximity card
Rem. prox. card
add DALLAS iButton
New DALLAS
Remove DALLAS
remove DALLAS iButton
New RX keyfob
add 433 MHz keyfob
remove 433 MHz keyfob
Rem. RX keyfob
assign function to keyfob button 1
Button 1
assign function to keyfob button 2
Button 2
assign function to keyfob button 3
Button 3
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assign function to keyfob button 4
assign function to combination of keyfob buttons 1 & 2
Button 1 and 2
assign function to combination of keyfob buttons 1 & 3
Button 1 and 3
set event generating rules
Events (RX)
add keyfob supported by ABAX system
New ABAX keyfob
remove keyfob supported by ABAX system
Rem.ABAX keyfob
Button 1
assign function to keyfob button 1
assign function to keyfob button 2
Button 2
assign function to keyfob button 3
Button 3
assign function to keyfob button 4
Button 4
assign function to keyfob button 5
Button 5
assign function to combination of keyfob buttons 1 & 5
Button 1 and 5
set event generating rules
Events (ABAX)
set confirmation rules
Confirm. (ABAX)
set master name
Name
Edit master
edit existing master
[select master]
[list of parameters identical as in case of a new master]
Remove master
remove master
Zone bypasses
Inhibit
temporary zone bypass
permanent zone bypass
Isolate
set control panel clock
Set time
System state
check troubles / check system state
Events
Selected
Select events
select type of events to be viewed
select partitions from which events are to be viewed
Select part.
view selected events
View
View Grade2
view events required for Grade 2
All
view all events
view events required for Grade 2
Grade2
Reset zones
reset 43. RESETABLE POWER SUPPLY type outputs
clear latched outputs
Clr.latch.outs
end door fire opening
Fin.f.door open
Change options
Keypad chime
enable/disable CHIME in keypad
block zone violation signal. on 11. CHIME type outputs
Outputs chime
Timers
edit timers
Part. timers
program partition timers
No exp.tamp.al.
block expander tampers
enable/disable permanent installer access
Perm.serv.accs.
Serv. can edit
make user editing available to installer
Serv. ArmDis...
make system control available to installer
Perm.DloadX acc
enable/disable permanent DLOADX access
DloadX IP
set address of computer with DLOADX program
set address of computer with GUARDX program
GuardX IP
erase service note
Erase s.message
Tests
Partitions
check current state of partitions
check current state of zones
Zones
Supply voltages
check module supply voltage
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Temperatures
Zones test
New
Burglary zones
Fire/tech.zones
View results
Finish test
Clear results
Battery test
Manual tr. test
Station 1A test
Station 1B test
Station 2A test
Station 2B test
Messaging test
Answering test
Prox. card test
CA-64 PTSA test
View masters
Keypad name
File in DloadX
Panel version
STM prg.version
GSM IMEI/v/sig.
IP/MAC ETHM-1
Modules version
Time synchron.
Service access
Open door
Outs control
Service mode
Take SM over
Downloading
Start DWNL-RS
Finish DWNL-RS
Start DWNL-MOD.
Start DWNL-TEL
Start DWNL-CSD
Start DWNL-GPRS
ETHM-1 – DloadX
ETHM-1 – GuardX
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check radio signal level for wireless devices
check temperatures measured by ATD-100 detectors
start new test for burglary zones
start new test for fire and technical zones
view test results
abort test
clear test results
test battery and 60. TECHN. - BATTERY LOW zones
start manual test transmission
start test transmission to station 1 – main phone number
start test transmission to station 1 – backup phone number
start test transmission to station 2 – main phone number
start test transmission to station 2 – backup phone number
start messaging test
display information on answered tel. call
check proximity card number
start mimic board test
view master users
display keypad name
display inf. on DLOADX program file with control panel data
display information on control panel firmware version
display inf. on ABAX syst. firmware [only INTEGRA 128-WRL]
display information on GSM telephone [only INTEGRA 128-WRL]
display inf. on ETHM-1 module IP address and MAC number
display information on module firmware version
start time synchronization
set installer access time
open selected door controlled by system
control outputs
start service mode
take over service mode
start local programming
finish local programming
start communication via external modem
start communication via 300 bps modem
start CSD communication [only INTEGRA 128-WRL]
start GPRS communication [only INTEGRA 128-WRL]
start communication via Ethernet with DLOADX program
start communication via Ethernet with GUARDX program
Starting functions
1. Using the  and  keys, find the required submenu or function. The currently selected
submenu or function is indicated by the arrow ( ) on the left-hand side.
2. Press the  or
key to enter the submenu (the  key allows to exit the submenu) or
start the function.
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Menu shortcuts
You can use shortcuts for quick access to some menu elements (submenus, functions).
Press the suitable digit key (or combination of keys) to enter a submenu or start a function.
Shown below is the list of submenus and functions available by using shortcuts. The
shortcuts are shown in square brackets.
[1] Change own code
[2] Users
[21] New user
[22] Edit user
[23] Remove user
If the installer is not authorized to edit the users, the shortcuts beginning with the digit
2 will allow the installer to start the function from the MASTERS submenu.
[4] Zone bypasses
[41] Inhibit
[42] Isolate
[5] Events
[51] Selected events
[52] All events
[6] Set time
[7] System state
[8] Outputs control
[9] Service mode
[0] Downloading
[01] Start DWNL-RS
[02] Finish DWNL-RS
[03] Start DWNL-MOD.
[04] Start DWNL-TEL
[05] Start DWNL-CSD [only INTEGRA 128-WRL]
[06] Start DWNL-GPRS [only INTEGRA 128-WRL]
[07] ETHM-1 – DloadX
[08] ETHM-1 – GuardX
5.3.4
Entering data by means of the LCD keypad
Data are saved to the control panel if you press the
key (in some keypads, the
key is
also available, whose function is exactly the same). The
key enables exiting the function
without saving any changes.
Described below are general rules for entering data, however they may be different as
regards some functions.
Selection from the single-choice list
Shown in the upper line of display is description of the function, and in the lower one – the
currently selected item. You can scroll through the list of items, using the direction keys: 
(down) and  (up). The  and  keys are not used.
Selection from the multiple-choice list
The functions that allow you to make multiple choice can be identified by an additional
symbol situated at the right-hand side of the display:
– displayed item is selected / option is enabled;
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– displayed item is not selected / option is disabled.
Press any numeric key to change the currently displayed symbol to another one. To scroll the
list of items, use the  (down) or  (up) key.
For some functions, pressing the  or  key will switch the keypad into the graphic
symbols are used to present on the display the current
programming mode. The and
status of up to 32 items available in the given function (these can be e.g. zones, outputs,
timers, etc.). Additionally, in case of zone bypassing, the symbol is used. The  key moves
the cursor to the right, and the  key to the left. If the list of items is longer than 32, pressing
the  key when the cursor is placed over the last item will display the next list, and pressing
the  key when the cursor is placed over the first item will display the previous list (see also
description of the
LEDs, p. 8). Pressing the key 0, 1 or 2 three times in the graphic mode
within 3 seconds will have the following effect:
000 - the symbol will be displayed at all available items;
111 - the symbol will be displayed at all available items;
222 - reversal of the selection made: the
symbol will be displayed at all items where
the symbol was displayed, and the symbol where the symbol was displayed.
On pressing the  or  key, the keypad will return to the text mode.
Fig. 3. Example of how information is presented in the graphic programming mode. The blank
fields are not available for editing.
Entering decimal and hexadecimal values
Digits are entered by pressing the suitable keys. Characters from A to F are available under
the keys with numbers 2 and 3. Keep pressing the keys until the required character appears.
Entering names
Press the particular keys until the required character appears. The characters
available in the keypad are shown in Table 3. Hold down the key to display the digit
assigned to the key.
Key
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
!
a
d
g
j
m
p
t
w
?
b
e
h
k
n
q
u
x
.
'
c
f
i
l
o
r
v
y
,
`
2
3
4
5
6
s
Characters available after next keystroke

"
{
}
$ % & @ \
^
|
#
1
]
0
7
8
z
:
9
;
+
-
/
=
_
<
>
(
)
[
Table 3. Characters available when entering names. The lower case letters are available
under the same keys (to change the letter case, press  key.
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Shown on the left side in the upper line of the display is information about the letter case:
[ABC] or [abc] (it will be displayed after pressing any key and will be visible for a few seconds
after the last keystroke).
The  key moves the cursor to the right, and the  key – to the left. The  key deletes the
character on the left side of the cursor.
5.3.5
Description of user functions
View cleared alarms – available, if the user did not view the violated zones after alarm
clearing. It allows to check which zones triggered the alarm. After completion of the
viewing, the function is no longer available.
System reset – available to the installer, if the option REQUIRED SYSTEM RESET AFTER VERIFIED
ALARM is enabled, and a verified alarm took place. After occurrence of the verified alarm, it
is necessary to reset the system by means of this function, in order to make re-arming
possible.
Disarm – allows to disarm the partitions accessible to the user from the given keypad.
Clear alarm – allows to silence the alarm.
Clear other alarms – allows to silence the alarms from other objects, to which the user has
normally no access.
Abort voice messaging – terminates the telephone messaging.
The messaging can be cancelled automatically together with alarm clearing. The
messaging cancellation rules are defined by the installer.
Arm – allows to arm the partitions accessible to the user from the given keypad.
Arm (2 codes) – allows to initiate arming of the partitions which require entering 2 codes.
Disarm (2codes) – allows to initiate disarming of the partitions which require entering 2
codes.
Defer auto-arming – available when auto-arming delay countdown is running. It allows to
postpone by a programmed time period the auto-arming of the partition in which the autoarming delay countdown is running. Entering just zeros will block the auto-arming function
(until the next auto-arming time).
Set auto-arming delay – available when the auto-arming delay is programmed for at least
one partition and the auto-arming delay countdown is not currently running in that partition.
It allows to postpone by a programmed time period the auto-arming of the partition.
Arming mode – allows to select the arming mode which is to be used (the shortcut key is
shown in square brackets):
[0] full arming (to be used after everybody has left the protected area);
[1] full arming + bypasses (allows the users to stay in the protected area) – the zones for
which the BYPASSED IF NO EXIT option is enabled by the installer will be bypassed;
[2] arming without interior (allows the users to stay in the protected area):
 interior zones (3. INTERIOR DELAYED zone type) will be disarmed;
 violating the exterior zone (8. EXTERIOR zone type) will trigger a silent alarm;
 violating another alarm zone will trigger a loud alarm.
[3] arming without interior and without entry delay (allows the users to stay in the
protected area – to be used when nobody else is to enter the protected area) – this
arming mode is similar to the previous one, but the delayed zones operate as the
instant ones (no entry delay).
Cancel 1st code – if the partition is armed/disarmed by means of two codes and the first
code has already been entered, the user can still cancel the consent to arming/disarming.
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Change own code – allows the user to change his/her own code.
Change telephone code – allows the user to change his/her own telephone code.
Change prefix – available to the administrator, if the use of prefixes in the system has been
made available by the installer (the prefix length has been defined). It enables to program
the prefixes and the time to remind about the need to change the prefix. Each code will
have to be preceded by a prefix:
normal – for everyday use. By default, it consists of a suitable number of digits 0 (e.g. if
the determined prefix length is 4, the default prefix is 0000);
DURESS – for use, when the user has been forced to enter the code. Using the code will
trigger a silent alarm. By default, it consists of a suitable number of digits 4 (e.g. if the
determined prefix length is 3, the default prefix is 444).
Users – the following functions are available in the submenu:
New user – allows to create a new user (see: section ADDING NEW USER p. 27).
Edit user – allows to edit the existing users (see: section EDIT USER p. 27).
Remove user – allows to remove the existing users (see: section REMOVE USER p. 28).
The administrator defines whether the installer is to have access to the USERS
submenu (SERV. CAN EDIT option in the CHANGE OPTIONS submenu).
Masters – the submenu provides the following functions available to the installer:
New master – allows to create a new administrator.
Edit master – allows to edit the existing administrators.
Remove master – allows to remove the existing administrators.
Zone bypasses – the following functions are available in the submenu:
Inhibit – allows to temporarily bypass the zones (see: section ZONE BYPASSING (INHIBIT)
p. 30).
Isolate – allows to permanently bypass the zones (see: section PERMANENT BYPASSING
(ISOLATE) p. 30).
Set time – allows to program the control panel clock. The data are entered in the following
format:
time – hour:minute:second,
date – day:month:year.
System state – allows to view the troubles and, if the GRADE 2 global option has been
enabled by the installer, also the alarms and bypassed zones, as well as to check the
partition status.
Events – the submenu contains functions which allow to view the events saved to the control
panel memory (see: section EVENT LOG REVIEWING p. 31).
The content of received SMS messages is also saved to the events log of the
INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel.
Reset zones – running the function will result in a temporary deactivation of the
43. RESETABLE POWER SUPPLY type outputs, thus making it possible to reset the alarm
memory for detectors supplied from those outputs (e.g. fire detectors).
Clear latched outputs – allows to turn off some of the control panel outputs for which the
LATCH option is enabled, as well as the 9. DAY ALARM, 12. SILENT ALARM
and 116. INTERNAL SIREN type outputs.
Fin.f.door open – restores the normal operating mode in all modules executing the access
control functions (in case of fire, the doors controlled by these modules may be
automatically unlocked).
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Change options – the following functions are available in the submenu:
Keypad chime – turns on/off the chime signal in the keypad (signaling violations of
selected zones).
Outputs chime – allows to block the chime signal from selected partitions on the
11. CHIME type output.
Timers – allows to program parameters of the timers, the editing of which is permitted by
the installer.
Partition timers – allows to program the partition timers (see: PROGRAMMING THE
PARTITION TIMER p. 32).
No expanders tamper alarms – allows to temporarily disable the expansion module
tamper supervision. In case of any problems with the expansion modules, report the fact
to the installer.
Permanent service access – the option is available to the master user (administrator). If
enabled, the installer has permanent access to the alarm system, which, among other
things, enables the control panel to be programmed by using LCD keypad or DLOADX
program.
Enabling PERMANENT SERVICE ACCESS option will clear the installer access time
programmed with the SERVICE ACCESS function. On the other hand, programming the
installer access time will disable the PERMANENT SERVICE ACCESS option.
Service can edit – the option is available to the master user (administrator). If it is
enabled, the installer can add, edit and delete users in the administrator's object.
Service arm/disarm/clear/bypass – the option is available to the master user
(administrator). If it is enabled, the installer can arm/disarm the system, clear alarms
and bypass zones in the administrator object.
Permanent DLOADX access – the option is available to the master user (administrator). If
it is enabled, the control panel can be programmed by means of the DLOADX program,
irrespective of whether or not the installer has access to the alarm system.
DloadX IP – enables programming the address of the computer, on which the DLOADX
program is installed. The address must be set if the control panel is to initiate
communication with the DLOADX program through Ethernet, using the TCP/IP protocols
(see: description of the ETHM-1 – DLOADX function, available in the DOWNLOADING
submenu). It can be entered as a name or IP address.
GuardX IP – enables programming the address of the computer, on which the GUARDX
program is installed. The address must be set if the control panel is to initiate
communication with the GUARDX program through Ethernet, using the TCP/IP protocols
(see: description of the ETHM-1 – GUARDX function, available in the DOWNLOADING
submenu). It can be entered as a name or IP address.
Erase service message – allows the user to delete the service message.
Tests – the following functions are available in the submenu:
Partitions – allows to check the status of partitions accessible to the user and operated
from the keypad. The partition status is presented by means of a symbol. The numbers
placed on the glass allow you to identify the partition numbers. By factory default, the
partition status is shown using the following symbols (which can be changed by the
installer):
b - temporary blocked,
? - entry delay,
E - exit delay (less than 10 seconds),
e - exit delay (more than 10 seconds),
P - fire alarm,
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fire alarm memory,
alarm memory,
armed,
disarmed, not ready to be armed (violated zones),
disarmed, ready to be armed.
Zones – allows to check the status of zones in the partitions accessible to the user and
operated from the keypad. The zone status is presented by means of a symbol. The
numbers placed on the glass allow you to identify the zone numbers. On starting the
function, the status of zones 1-32 is displayed. Use the  and  keys to display the
status of other zones (see also description of the
LEDs, p. 8). By factory default, the
zone status is shown using the following symbols (which can be changed by the
installer):
b - zone bypass,
l
- trouble "long violation",
f - trouble "no violation",
T - tamper alarm,
A - alarm,
- zone tamper,
- zone violation,
t - tamper alarm memory,
a - alarm memory,
- zone OK.
Supply voltages – available to the installer. Enables checking of the supply voltage for
individual expansion modules.
Temperatures – allows to check the temperatures measured by ATD-100 wireless
detectors.
Radio devices – allows to check the radio signal level for ABAX system wireless devices
supported by the control panel.
Zone Test – the submenu contains functions which allow to test the detectors connected
to the zones (see: section ZONE TESTING p. 33).
Battery test – available to the installer. Upon starting the function, the control panel will
generate events to inform about the status of batteries of the control panel and
hardwired expansion modules with power supply. Additionally, the status of 60. TECH.BATTERY LOW type zones will be analyzed.
Manual transmission test – generates an event, which starts the procedure of event
transmission to the monitoring station (a code sent with the system identifier).
Monitoring station test (1A, 1B, 2A, 2B) – allows to send a test transmission to the
monitoring station (separate functions for each of the telephone numbers). When
sending the transmission, messages are displayed to inform about the currently
performed operation. The function is useful when starting the reporting or in case of any
reporting trouble.
Messaging test – allows to test the messaging function. Upon starting the function:
1. Enter the number of the telephone (consecutive number on the telephone list).
2. Press the  key.
3. Enter the number of voice message.
4. Press the
key. The control panel will call the indicated number and play back the
message.
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Answering test – if this function is started, information on the number of rings and going
off-hook is displayed when answering the telephone call.
Proximity card test – allows to check the number of proximity card and establish to whom
it belongs (if the card belongs to a user of the system).
CA-64 PTSA test – allows to test the mimic board.
View masters – available to the administrator. It makes it possible to check in which
objects the master users are created.
Keypad name – allows to check the given keypad name.
File in DLOADX – displays the date and time of writing the data to the control panel by
means of the DLOADX program and the name of file with control panel data.
Panel version – displays information on the control panel firmware version.
STM program version – displays information on the program version of the processor
used to operate ABAX system and control panel zones. only INTEGRA 128-WRL
GSM IMEI/v/sig. – allows to check the level of signal received by the GSM telephone
antenna, individual identification number of the telephone, and the telephone version.
The  and  keys are to be used for scrolling through the displayed information. only
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IP/MAC ETHM-1 – displays the local IP address, MAC number and public IP address of
the ETHM-1 module connected to the control panel (use the  and  keys to scroll the
information).
Modules versions – allows to check the firmware versions for devices connected to the
control panel communication buses.
Time synchronization – allows to manually start synchronization of the control panel
clock and the time server. It applies to the control panel to which the ETHM-1 module is
connected. The address of time synchronization server must be programmed in the
control panel.
The function is unavailable, if the time synchronization is running. Automatic time
synchronization takes place every day at 05:30.
Service access – available to the master user (administrator). Allows to program the time
period of installer access to the alarm system. The time is programmed in hours.
Programming the value 0 means the installer will have no access.
Open door – allows to unlock the door controlled by the alarm system (modules executing
the access control functions) or activate the 101. CARD READ – EXPANDER type outputs.
Outputs control – allow to control the devices connected to the MONO SWITCH, BI SWITCH,
REMOTE SWITCH, SHUTTER UP and SHUTTER DOWN type outputs (see: section OUTPUTS
CONTROL p. 34).
Service mode – available to the installer. Initiates the service mode.
Take SM over – available to the installer. If the service mode has been initiated from another
keypad, it can be "taken over", i.e. the service menu can be displayed on the keypad, on
which the TAKE SM OVER function has been started.
Downloading – the following functions are available in the submenu:
Start DWNL-RS – available to the installer. Enables the control panel to be programmed
locally by means of the DLOADX program.
Finish DWNL-RS – available to the installer. Ends the local programming of control panel.
Start DWNL-MOD. – enables remote programming through an external modem (analog,
GSM or ISDN) by means of the DLOADX program.
Start DWNL-TEL – enables remote programming through the built-in 300 bps modem,
using the DLOADX program.
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Start DWNL-CSD – enables remote programming through the built-in GSM communicator,
using CSD technology, by means of the DLOADX program. only INTEGRA 128-WRL
Start DWNL-GPRS – enables remote programming through the built-in GSM
communicator, using GPRS (General Packet Radio Service), by means of the DLOADX
program. only INTEGRA 128-WRL
ETHM-1 – DloadX – enables remote programming through the Ethernet (TCP/IP) by
means of the DLOADX program. The ETHM-1 module with firmware version 1.03 (or
newer) must be connected to the control panel.
ETHM-1 – GuardX – enables remote operation and administration through the Ethernet
(TCP/IP) by means of the GUARDX program. The ETHM-1 module with firmware version
1.03 (or newer) must be connected to the control panel).
5.4
Arming
This section describes the operations that must be carried out by the user from the keypad in
order to initiate the arming procedure. The arming procedure is ended at the running out of
the exit delay time (if the procedure is ended successfully, the system becomes armed – see
also FAILURE OF ARMING PROCEDURE p. 23). If the exit delay time is 0, the system becomes
armed instantly.
The installer can configure the alarm system so that the arming functions will not be
available after tamper. A message on the display will indicate that the user must call
for service. The arming functions will not be available until the service code is entered
and confirmed with the key.
5.4.1
Full arming without partition selection
The arming without partition selection is possible when none of the partitions to which the
user has access is armed and the keypad is not signaling any alarm.
1. Enter the code and confirm with the key.
2. When the ARM ALL function is displayed, press the
key. The arming procedure will be
initiated in all partitions which are accessible to the user and are operated by the keypad.
If the user can only arm one partition, the arming procedure will be initiated as soon as
the code is entered and confirmed with the key.
5.4.2
Full arming the selected partitions
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Enter the code and confirm with the
key.
Using the  key, scroll through the menu until you find the ARM function.
Press the key. A list of partitions which can be armed will be displayed.
Using the  and  keys, find in the list the partition which is to be armed.
Press any digit key. The symbol in the upper right-hand corner will be replaced by the
symbol (see also section SELECTION FROM THE MULTIPLE-CHOICE LIST p. 15).
6. Repeat the steps 4 and 5 for the next partitions which are to be armed.
7. Having selected the partitions which are to be armed, press the key.
You can also arm the selected partitions using of the ARM SELECTED function, available upon
entering the code and confirming with the
key, but only when none of the partitions
accessible to you is armed and the keypad is signaling no alarm.
5.4.3
Arming in the selected mode
1. Enter the code and confirm with the
key.
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2. Using the  key, scroll through the menu until the ARMING MODE function is found.
3. Press the key. A list of arming modes will be displayed (see: description of the ARMING
MODE function, p. 17).
4. Using the  and  keys, find the arming mode which is to be activated, and then press
the key.
5. When the ARM function is displayed, press the
key. Proceed in the same way, as for
the full arming of selected partitions (steps 4-7).
5.4.4
Quick arming
The installer can permit the arming without user authorization. The partitions indicated by the
installer will be armed.
1. Select the arming mode (press one of the keys: 0 – full arming; 1 – full arming +
bypasses; 2 – arming without interior; 3 – arming without interior and without entry delay).
2. Press the key. The arming procedure will begin.
5.4.5
Denial of arming
The installer can program the control panel so that the arming procedure could not be
started, if:
– a zone is violated in the partition;
– there is a trouble in the system (including tamper);
– there was a verified alarm.
The keypad will inform you about the refusal to arm by means of a message specifying the
cause for refusal.
If after a verified alarm the arming is impossible, the installer must be called. The
arming will only be possible after the installer intervention (see: description of the
SYSTEM RESET function, p. 17).
Bypassing violated zones when arming
If the arming procedure could not be started, and a message on the display informs you that
there are violated zones, you can review the list of such zones upon pressing the 2 key. To
scroll through the list, use the  and  keys. Pressing the 4 key will allow you to bypass the
given zone. A message on the display will prompt you to press the 1 key to confirm that the
zone is to be bypassed.
Forced arming
If the arming procedure could not be started, the displayed message can allow of the forced
arming (1=Arm). On pressing the 1 key, the system will be armed despite a violated zone or a
trouble.
5.4.6
Failure of arming procedure
If the installer has enabled the GRADE 2 option, the arming procedure may end in failure. The
system will not be armed, if at the end of the exit delay countdown:
– there is a violated zone in partition which was not violated when the arming procedure
was started;
– there is a trouble which did not exist when the arming procedure was started.
5.4.7
Shortening the exit delay time
If such an option is permitted by the installer, the partition exit delay time may be shortened
upon pressing in turn the 9 and keys.
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Disarming and alarm clearing
Enter the code and confirm with the key (see: section [CODE] – ARMING / DISARMING MENU
p. 10). If only selected partitions are to be disarmed (DISARM SELECTED function), the
partitions should be selected in the same way as when arming the selected partitions.
5.5.1
Alarm clearing without disarming
1. Enter the code and confirm with the
key.
2. Using the  key, scroll through the menu until the CLEAR ALARM function is found.
3. Press the key.
5.6
Two-code arming / disarming
If the partition is to be armed / disarmed with 2 codes, the user entering the first code must:
1. Enter the code and confirm with the
key.
2. Scroll through the menu using the  key until the ARM (2 CODES) / DISARM (2CODES)
function is found.
3. Press the
key. Proceed in the same way as for the full arming of selected partitions
(steps 3-7).
4. If the installer has not set the code validity at 60 seconds, specify the code validity and
confirm with the key.
Prior to expiration of the code validity, the user entering the second code must arm / disarm
the partition using the:
 LCD keypad (see: section ARMING or DISARMING AND ALARM CLEARING);
 partition keypad ([code] );
 reader (read-in of proximity card or DALLAS iButton).
The installer can configure the alarm system so that the second code will have to be
entered on another LCD keypad, partition keypad, etc.
5.7
Triggering the alarm from keypad
The installer can permit triggering alarms from the keypad. To trigger an alarm, do the
following:
fire alarm – press the
key for approx. 3 seconds;
medical (auxiliary) alarm – press the
key for approx. 3 seconds;
panic alarm – press the
key for approx. 3 seconds. The installer defines whether the loud
panic alarm (setting off the loud alarm signal) or the silent panic alarm (without the loud
signal) will be triggered.
5.8
Users
The users can be added, edited and removed by:
 master user (administrator);
 installer (if the SERV. CAN EDIT option is enabled by the administrator);
 user (if granted the USERS EDITING right).
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The following data can be defined for the user:
Code – a sequence of digits for authorization of the user when using keypads and code
locks. The control panel supports codes consisting of 4 to 8 characters, however the
installer can define the minimum length of the code.
Telephone code – a sequence of digits for authorization of the user when using the
functions of telephone call answering and telephone control (see: section CALL ANSWERING
AND TELEPHONE CONTROL p. 42).
Partitions – partitions to which the user has access (i.e. he is authorized to arm or disarm
them, clear alarms etc.).
Type – see: section USER TYPES p. 26.
User schedule – parameter for the SCHEDULED type code (see: section USER TYPES p. 26).
Validity time – parameter for the RENEWABLE, TEMPORARY or SCHEMATIC type codes (see:
section USER TYPES p. 26).
Blocking time – parameter for the BLOCKING PARTITION type code (see: section USER TYPES
p. 26).
Rights – define which functions can be used by the user. The following rights (permissions)
are available:
– Arming
– Disarming
– Disarm, when other user arm [Can alw.disarm] – if the user does not have this right,
he/she can only disarm the system if it was armed by him/her
– Partition alarm clearing [Alarm clearing]
– Object alarm clearing [Object al.clr.]
– Other objects alarm clearing [Other al.clr.]
– Telephone messaging canceling [V.msg.clearing]
– Auto-arming defer [Arm deferring]
– First code for two codes partition [Enter.1st code]
– Second code for two codes partition [Enter.2nd code]
– Access temporary blocked partitions [Block p.access]
– Change access code [Code changing]
– Users editing
– Zones bypassing [Zones inhibit]
– Zone isolation [Zones isolate]
– Clock setting
– Trouble state checking [Troubles view.]
– Event log reviewing [Events viewing]
– Detectors resetting [Zones resett.]
– Options programming [Options chang.]
– Access to menu TEST [Tests]
– Downloading starting [Downloading]
– Access to BI & MONO outputs [Outs control]
– System state review in GUARDX [GuardX using]
– Resetting outputs [Clr.latch.outs]
– Simple user – having entered the code, confirmed with the
key, the user never
selects the partitions which are to be armed / disarmed. All partitions the user has
access will be armed / disarmed.
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– Administrator – the user has access to the menu functions which are reserved for the
administrator
Keypads etc. – additional modules from which the user will be able to operate the system
(proximity card arm/disarm devices, partition keypads, code locks, reader expanders).
Proximity cards / DALLAS chips – if the proximity card / DALLAS iButton reader is used in
the system, a proximity card / DALLAS iButton can be assigned to the user, which will
allow the user to operate the system by means of readers.
Keyfobs – in case of the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel or any other control panel to
which a module with keyfob support is connected (ACU-100, ACU-250, INT-RX or
INT-RX-S), a keyfob can be assigned to the user, which will allow to operate the system
remotely. The user may have up to 2 keyfobs: the APT-100 (supported by the ABAX
system) and the 433 MHz (supported by the INT-RX or INT-RX-S modules).
Buttons – the button functions are available, if a keyfob has been assigned to the user. It is
possible to assign a zone to a keyfob button or combination of buttons. The zone will be
violated upon pressing the button / combination of buttons. The assigned zone should not
exist physically.
Events (RX) / Events (ABAX) – if a keyfob has been assigned to the user, it is possible to
define whether pressing the appropriate keyfob button will result in logging an event which
informs that the keyfob has been used.
ABAX confirmation – if an ABAX system keyfob has been assigned to the user, it is
possible to determine the status of which outputs will be presented on the keyfob LEDs on
pressing any button.
Name – individual user name.
5.8.1
User types
The name as used in the keypad is shown in the square brackets. The description includes
only the codes, but the information provided below applies to all identifiers assigned to the
user.
Normal – basic type of user.
One-time [Single] – the user will get one-time access.
Renewable [Time renewable] – the user has access to the system for a defined period of
time. The user validity time should be defined. Before the validity time expires, the control
panel will prompt the user to change the code. After the code has been changed, the
validity time will run from the beginning.
Temporary [Time not renew.] – the user has access to the system for a defined period of
time. The user validity time should be defined. After the validity time expires, the user will
have no access to the system.
Duress – code to be used in hold-up and duress situations. Use it to trigger a silent alarm
and send the event code to the monitoring station.
„Mono” output operating [Mono outputs] – code for control of the MONO SWITCH type
outputs.
„Bi” output operating [Bi outputs] – code for control of the BI SWITCH type outputs.
Blocking partition [Part.temp.block.] – the code enables access to the armed partitions.
Using the code will block the armed partition(s) (the partition zones will not trigger the
burglary alarm). The blocking time is defined individually for each user within the range
from 1 to 109 minutes. If, however, the time of bypassing for guard round is defined for the
partition and its duration is longer, the blocking will last longer.
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Cash machine zones bypassing [Acces.to cash m.] – the code to be used to unblock
access to the cash dispenser (the 24H CASH MACHINE type zones will be temporarily
bypassed in the partition).
Guard – using this code means having made the round (additionally, it can result in the
partition being temporarily bypassed for the duration of guard round). The installer defines
the modules which are used to confirm making the round and determines the time interval
between successive rounds. If such a user is granted access to the partition, he/she will
have the same possibilities as the NORMAL type user.
Scheduled – the user has access to the system as per the time schedule for a specified
period of time. It is necessary to select the schedule (the schedule is programmed by the
installer) and define the user validity period.
5.8.2
Adding new user
1. Enter the code and confirm with the
key.
2. Press in turn the 2 and 1 keys. The list of functions to define the user parameters will be
displayed.
If the service code has been entered, before the list of functions is displayed, it is
necessary to specify the object in which the new user is to be created (the service
code enables access to all objects).
3. Using the appropriate functions, define the user's parameters.
At least one identifier, i.e. code, proximity card, DALLAS iButton or keyfob, must be
assigned to the user.
The new user may not be granted a higher authority level than the person who is
adding that user to the system.
4. Press the
key.
5. When a prompt appears, asking you if the changes are to be saved, press the 1 key.
6. A message will inform you that a new user has been created. Press the
key to return to
the USER submenu.
5.8.3
Edit user
The user can edit the users in relation to which he/she is the superior. For example, if
the user A has created the user B, and the user B has created the user C, then the
user A can edit the users B and C.
The user being edited may not be granted a higher authority level than the person who
is editing such a user.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Enter the code and confirm with the
key
Press the 2 key twice. The list of users will be displayed.
Using the  and  keys, find in the list the user who is to be edited.
Press the key. The list of functions for defining the user's parameters will be displayed.
Using appropriate functions, modify the user's parameters.
Press the
key.
When a prompt appears, asking you if the changes are to be saved, press the 1 key.
A message will inform you that the user has been modified. Press the
key to return to
the list of users.
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Removing a user
The user can remove the users in relation to which he/she is the superior. For
example, if the user A has created the user B, and the user B has created the user C,
then the user A can remove the users B and C.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Enter the code and confirm with the
key.
Press in turn the 2 and 3 keys. The list of users will be displayed.
Using the  and  keys, find in the list the user who is to be removed.
Press the key. A message will inform you that the user has been removed.
Press the
key to return to the list of users.
5.8.5
Adding proximity card / DALLAS iButton
1. When adding or editing a user, run the NEW PROX. CARD / NEW DALLAS function.
2. Using the  and  keys, select how the card / iButton is to be added. The number of
card / iButton can be read by a selected reader (device equipped with a reader) or
entered manually.
3. Press the key.
4. If the number of card / iButton is to be read, read in the card / iButton twice, following the
instructions appearing on the keypad display. When the read number of card / iButton is
displayed, press the key.
5. If the number of card / iButton is to be entered, enter it from the keypad, and then press
the key.
7. You will be brought back to the list of functions for defining the user parameters. Instead
of the NEW PROX. CARD / NEW DALLAS function, the REMOVE PROX. CARD / REMOVE
DALLAS function will be available. Press the
key.
6. When a prompt appears, asking you if the changes are to be saved, press the 1 key.
Proximity cards / DALLAS iButtons are added to the master users (administrators) in
the same way.
5.8.6
Adding keyfob
1. When adding or editing a user, run the NEW RX KEYFOB / NEW ABAX KEYFOB function
(depending on which keyfob is to be added).
2. Using the  and  keys, select how the keyfob is to be added. The number of keyfob
can be read during transmission by a device supporting keyfobs or entered manually.
3. Press the key.
4. If the keyfob number is to be read, press twice the keyfob button according to the
instructions displayed on the keypad. When the keyfob number is displayed, press the
key.
5. If the keyfob number is to be entered, enter it from the keypad, and then press the key.
6. You will be brought back to the list of functions for defining the user parameters. Instead
of the NEW RX KEY FOB / NEW ABAX KEYFOB function, the REM. RX KEY FOB / REM.ABAX
KEYFOB function will be available. Additionally, some functions appear to allow you to
configure the keyfob.
Prior to assigning the zones to buttons / combinations of buttons, consult the installer.
Numeration of the keyfob buttons and LEDs is described in section OPERATING
ALARM SYSTEM BY MEANS OF KEYFOB (p. 44).
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7. Using the  key, find the BUTTON 1 function in the list, and then press the key.
8. Using the  and  keys, select which zone is to be violated on pressing the 1 button in
the keyfob (you can also enter the zone number from the keypad), and then press the
key.
9. Repeat the steps 7 and 8 for other buttons / combinations of buttons which are to be
used.
10. Using the  key, find the EVENTS (RX) / EVENTS (ABAX) function in the list.
11. Press the
key. The list of buttons / combinations of buttons will be displayed. In the
upper right-hand corner of the display, an additional symbol is located:
– pressing the button / combination of buttons is written to the event log (default
setting);
– pressing the button / combination of buttons is not written to the event log.
12. Define whether pressing the button / combination of buttons will be written to the event log
(see: section SELECTION FROM THE MULTIPLE-CHOICE LIST p. 15), and then press the key.
13. For the APT-100 (ABAX) keyfobs, use the  key to find the ABAX CONFIRMAT. function in
the list, and then press the key.
14. A list will be displayed showing the outputs which have been assigned by the installer for
confirmation (maximum 8). Select up to 3 of them (see: section SELECTION FROM THE
MULTIPLE-CHOICE LIST p. 15). Upon pressing any keyfob button, information on the status of
selected outputs will be presented on the keyfob LEDs for a few seconds. Thus you can
get confirmation that the function has been executed or information on the current status
of the system.
The installer can define the list of outputs by means of the keypad (ABAX CONFIRMAT.
function [SERVICE MODE STRUCTURE HARDWARE EXPANDERS ABAX CONFIRMAT.]
or a computer with the DLOADX program ("Keyfobs ABAX" window).
15. Press the key.
16. Press the
key.
17. When a prompt appears, asking you if the changes are to be saved, press the 1 key.
Keyfobs are added to the master users (administrators) in the same way.
5.8.7
Removing keyfob
1. When adding or editing a user, run the REM. RX KEY FOB / REM.ABAX KEYFOB function
(depending on which keyfob is to be removed). The appropriate function is only displayed
when a keyfob has already been assigned to the user.
2. When the keyfob number and a prompt whether the keyfob is to be removed are
displayed, press the 1 key. You will be brought back to the list of functions for defining the
user parameters.
3. Press the
key.
4. When a prompt appears, asking you if the changes are to be saved, press the 1 key.
Removal of a keyfob will not erase its settings (dependences between the buttons
and zones, confirmation rules, etc.). When added to the user, the new keyfob will have
the same settings as the deleted one.
The installer can remove all keyfobs, including their settings, by means of the functions
available in the service mode (STRUCTURE HARDWARE EXPANDERS REM.RX KEY
FOBS / REM.ABAX KEYFOB).
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The administrators' keyfobs are removed in the same way.
5.9
Master users (administrators)
The master users (administrators) can be added, edited and removed by the installer. There
can be 1 administrator in each object. The administrator has access to all partitions in the
object and also specifies how the system can be accessed by using the service code. Most of
the parameters which are defined for the ordinary user can be defined for the administrator
(see: section USERS p. 24).
5.10 Zone bypassing
You can bypass / unbypass zones in the disarmed partitions. Violating a bypassed zone will
not trigger any alarm. Bypassing the zones is useful in case of damage or failure of the
detector connected to the zone, which results in malfunctioning of the alarm system (e.g.
triggering false alarms).
Zone bypassing reduces the level of protection. Prior to arming, make sure that there
are no accidentally bypassed zones in the partition, which might allow an intruder to
get access to the protected area despite arming.
If a zone is bypassed, call in the installer (service technician) immediately to repair the
defect.
For security considerations, the installer may reduce the number of zones that the user
will be allowed to bypass.
5.10.1 Zone inhibiting
The zones can be inhibited by the users having the ZONES BYPASSING right. The inhibited
zone will be bypassed until the partition to which the zone belongs is disarmed, or until the
zone is unbypassed by the user.
1. Enter the code and confirm with the
key.
2. Press in turn the 4 and 1 keys. The list of zones will be displayed. There is an additional
symbol in the upper right-hand corner of the display to inform you about the given zone
status:
– the zone is not bypassed;
– the zone is inhibited;
– the zone is isolated.
3. Using the  and  keys, find in the list the zone which is to be inhibited.
4. Press any digit key until the
symbol appears in the upper right-hand corner of the
display.
5. Repeat the steps 3 and 4 for the next zones which are to be inhibited.
6. Press the key. A message will inform you that the zones are inhibited.
Having started the INHIBIT function (step 2), you can press the  or  key to switch
over the keypad to the graphic programming mode (see: section SELECTION FROM THE
MULTIPLE-CHOICE LIST p. 15).
5.10.2 Zone isolating
The zones can be isolated by the users having the ZONES BYPASSING and ZONE
rights. The isolated zone will remain bypassed until unbypassed by the user.
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1. Enter the code and confirm with the
key.
2. Press in turn the 4 and 2 keys. The list of zones will be displayed. There is an additional
symbol in the upper right-hand corner of the display to inform you about the given zone
status:
– the zone is not bypassed;
– the zone is inhibited;
– the zone is isolated.
3. Using the  and  keys, find in the list the zone which is to be isolated.
4. Press any digit key until the
symbol appears in the upper right-hand corner of the
display.
5. Repeat the steps 3 and 4 for the next zones which are to be isolated.
6. Press the key. A message will inform you that the zones are isolated.
Having started the ISOLATE function (step 2), you can press the  or  key to switch
over the keypad to the graphic programming mode (see: section SELECTION FROM THE
MULTIPLE-CHOICE LIST p. 15).
5.10.3 Unbypassing
The zones can be unbypassed by the users having the ZONES BYPASSING right. Proceed in
the same way as when inhibiting or isolating the zones (steps 1-3), but the symbol must be
shown in the upper right-hand corner of the display, if the zone is to be unbypassed upon
pressing the key.
5.11 Viewing the event log
The events viewing function, when started by the administrator or the ordinary user,
provides no information about:
 panic alarms;
 alarms triggered using the DURESS type code.
5.11.1 Viewing all events
1. Enter the code and confirm with the
key.
2. Press in turn the 5 and 2 keys. The last event which occurred in the system will be
displayed.
3. Using the  key, scroll through the list of previous events.
5.11.2 Viewing the events required for Grade 2
If the GRADE 2 option is enabled in the system, the function allowing the installer and
administrators to view events required by EN 50131 for Grade 2 is available.
1. Enter the code and confirm with the
key.
2. Press the 5 key. Functions available in the EVENTS submenu will be displayed.
3. Using the  key, scroll the menu until the GRADE2 function is found.
4. Press the
key. The last Grade 2 required event which occurred in the system will be
displayed.
5. Using the  key, scroll through the list of previous events.
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5.11.3 Viewing the selected events
1. Enter the code and confirm with the
key.
2. Press in turn the 5 and 1 keys.
3. When the SELECT EVENTS function is displayed, press the
key. The list of event types
will be displayed.
4. Select which event types are to be displayed (see: section SELECTION FROM THE MULTIPLECHOICE LIST p. 15).
5. Press the key. This will bring you back to the SELECTED submenu.
6. Using the  key, scroll down the menu until you find the VIEW function.
7. Press the key. The last one of the selected events which occurred in the system will be
displayed.
8. Using the  key, scroll through the list of previous events.
In addition to defining the event types to be displayed, the SELECT PART. function can
also be used to indicate the partitions to which the events are to refer.
If the GRADE 2 option is enabled in the system, the installer or administrator can use
the VIEW GRADE2 function instead of the VIEW function. In such a case, the events
selected among those required by the EN 50131 standard for Grade 2 will be
displayed.
5.11.4 Way of presenting events
The following information is shown in the display upper line:
– date and time of event occurrence;
– additional information on the events in shortened form, e.g. number of partition, zone,
user, timer, expander, keypad, etc.
Event description is displayed in the lower line.
If no key is pressed for a few seconds, additional information on the event will be displayed,
e.g. name of partition, zone, user, timer, expander, keypad, etc.. After a few seconds, the
event description will be displayed again, and so on.
Pressing the  key enables the manual toggling between description of the event and
additional information on the event.
Pressing the  key when the event description is displayed will allow you to see further
additional information on the event, shown in a shortened form.
Using the  or  key will block the automatic toggling between description of the event and
additional information on the event.
After the list of events has been scrolled through with the use of the  or  key, the
automatic toggling between description of the event and additional information on the event
will be restored.
5.12 Programming the partition timer
The partition timer automatically arms / disarms the partition.
1. Enter the code and confirm with the
key.
2. Using the  key, scroll through the menu until you find the CHANGE OPTIONS submenu.
3. Press the key.
4. Using the  key, scroll through the menu until you find the PART. TIMERS function.
5. Press the key. The list of partitions will be displayed.
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6. Using the  and  keys, find in the list the partition for which the timer is to be
programmed.
7. Press the key.
8. When the ACTIVE option is displayed, make sure it is enabled (the symbol is displayed
next to the option). If it is not enabled (the symbol is displayed next to the option), press
any digit key.
9. Using the  key, scroll through the menu until you find the TYPE function.
10. Press the key.
11. Using the  and  keys, select the timer type:
everyday – if the partition is to be armed / disarmed at the same time every day;
weekly – if the partition is to be armed / disarmed at different times on different days of
the week.
12. Press the key.
13. If you have selected the daily variant, the function will allow you at once to program the
arming time, and upon pressing the  or  key – the disarming time. Upon confirmation
with the key, you will be brought back to the list of options and functions.
14. If you have selected the weekly variant, you will be brought back to the list of options and
functions, where functions will appear to enable programming of the arming / disarming
time for each day of the week (in the same way as for daily timer).
Programming the value 99:99 means that the partition will not be armed / disarmed.
15. After the arming time has been programmed, an additional function will be displayed,
which allows you to define which arming mode will be activated by the given timer. By
default, the timer activates the full arming mode. If another arming mode is to be
activated, run this function (for the daily timer or individually for each day of the week)
and, using the  and  keys, select another arming mode. Confirm, using the key.
16. Having programmed all parameters, press the
key.
17. When a prompt appears, asking you if the changes are to be saved, press the 1 key.
5.13 Zone testing
Within periodic inspections of the security alarm system, the detectors must be checked for
proper functioning. The zone testing function will allow you to do it without triggering the
reaction normally expected on violation, which is of particular importance in case of
permanently armed zones.
1. Enter the code and confirm with the
key.
2. Using the  key, scroll through the menu until you find the TESTS submenu.
3. Press the key.
4. Using the  key, scroll through the menu until you find the ZONES TEST submenu.
5. Press the key.
6. When the NEW function is displayed, press the key.
7. Select whether burglary zones or fire and technical zones will be tested, and then press
the key.
8. Select the partitions in which zones will be tested (see: section SELECTION FROM THE
MULTIPLE-CHOICE LIST p. 15).
9. Specify the test duration (maximum 50 minutes) and press the key.
10. Define, whether violation of a zone is to be signaled by chime in the keypad (the signaling
will be enabled upon pressing any digit key – the symbol will be displayed).
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key. The zone test will start.
Beginning of the zone test in any partition will start the test mode in all ABAX system
wireless devices which are used together with the control panel (the wireless detectors
will signal violations by means of LEDs).
If any detectors with remote LED ON/OFF function are connected to the control panel,
you can switch on the LEDs in them for the test duration (the installer can configure
the control panel so that this will take place automatically at the beginning of the test).
You can terminate the zone test before expiration of the programmed time, using the
FINISH TEST function (TESTS ZONE TEST FINISH TEST). Up to 6 seconds can elapse
between starting the function to the actual end of the test (during this the FINISH TEST
function will be still available).
12. Depending on the type of tested detector:
 magnetic contact – open and close the door or window protected by means of the
magnetic contact;
 motion detectors – pass in front of the detector;
 other detectors – follow the manufacturer's directions for the detector testing.
13. Look through the test results. To do so, enter again the ZONES TEST submenu (see: steps
1-5) and start the VIEW RESULTS function. You can scroll through the list of results, using
the  and  keys. Press the  or  key to switch over the display to the graphic mode,
in which information is provided by means of symbols:
- zone was not violated,
- zone was violated.
Pressing the  or  key in the graphic mode will display information on another set of
zones (see also description of the
LEDs, p. 8).
The test results can be deleted by means of the CLEAR
ZONES TEST CLEAR RESULTS).
RESULTS
function (TESTS
5.14 Outputs control
If permitted by the installer, the control function can be started without user
authorization, upon pressing in turn the 8 and keys.
1. Enter the code and confirm with the
key.
2. Press the 8 key. Depending on how the control panel has been configured by the installer:
 a group of outputs will be displayed – using the  and  keys, find the group which
includes an output, and then press the key to display the list of outputs;
 the list of controllable outputs will be displayed at once.
3. Using the  and  keys, find in the list the output whose status you want to change to
control the device connected to the output. The output status is presented by means of
symbols:
- output inactive (disabled),
- output active (enabled).
The output status can be presented according to the zone status. The displayed
symbols should then be interpreted as follows:
- zone not violated (the device controlled by output is inactive);
- zone violated (the device controlled by output is active).
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The way of presenting the status of roller shutter outputs differs from how the status of
other outputs is presented (see: section CONTROLLING THE ROLLER SHUTTER OUTPUTS).
5.14.1 Controlling the MONO SWITCH type of output
When the output is inactive:
– pressing the  key will activate the output for the time programmed by the installer;
– pressing the
key will allow you to program the time for which the output will be
activated upon the next pressing of the key.
When the output is active, pressing any digit key will turn the output off.
5.14.2 Controlling the BI SWITCH type of output
Pressing the
or  key will change over the output status. Additionally, when the output is
active, pressing any digit key will turn the output off.
5.14.3 Controlling the REMOTE SWITCH type of outputs
Depending on how the output has been programmed, pressing the
or  key will activate
the output for the time programmed by the installer or change over the output status.
Additionally, when the output is active, pressing any digit key will turn the output off.
5.14.4 Controlling the roller shutter outputs
The SHUTTER UP and SHUTTER DOWN type of outputs are always programmed as consecutive
and in pairs. Displayed on the list of outputs is only the name of output programmed as
SHUTTER UP. The status of outputs is presented by means of symbols:
- outputs inactive (off),
- SHUTTER UP output active (on),
- SHUTTER DOWN output active (on).
Pressing the
or  key will display the cursor in the form of a horizontal line under the
output status symbol. Pressing the  key will turn on the SHUTTER UP type output (if both
outputs are inactive) or turn off the SHUTTER DOWN type output (if it is active). Pressing the 
key will turn on the SHUTTER DOWN type output (if both outputs are inactive) or turn off the
SHUTTER UP type output (if it is active). Irrespective of which output is currently active,
or 
pressing any digit key will turn the output off. When the control is finished, press the
key to return to the list of outputs which can be controlled (the cursor under the symbol will
disappear).
6. Using the partition keypad
The main task of the partition keypad is to arm/disarm one partition. Additionally, it offers a
number of other functions, including e.g. the access control (supervision of a single door).
SATEL offers the following partition keypads:
INT-S;
INT-SK;
INT-SCR (multifunction keypad, offering the partition keypad functionality).
The keypads are available with keys backlight in various color versions. The color version is
indicated by an additional letter symbol included in the keypad designation (e.g. INT-S-GR –
green backlight; INT-S-BL – blue backlight).
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INT-SK
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INT-SCR
Fig. 4. Partition keypads (INT-S and INT-SK keypads are shown without flaps).
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LED
Description of partition keypads
LED indicators
Color
green
Function description
ON – partition armed
red
ON or blinking – alarm or alarm memory
yellow
blinking – trouble or trouble memory
Table 4. Description of LEDs in partition keypads.
Information on the armed status can be extinguished after the time period defined by
the installer.
If the installer has enabled the GRADE 2 option:
 the
LED will not inform about the alarms;
 blinking of the
LED means that there is a trouble in the system, some zones are
bypassed, or that there was an alarm.
The
and
LEDs blinking alternately indicate that the system is waiting for the
second code during the two code arming / disarming.
All LEDs blinking in turn indicate that there is no communication with the control panel.
6.1.2
Keys
The keys enable authorization of the user by means of code and running of the functions
available from the partition keypad.
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In the INT-SCR keypad, the
button is additionally available. It controls the keypad OC
type output (the output is active, when the button is pressed).
6.1.3
Built-in proximity card reader
The INT-SCR keypad has a built-in reader which enables operation by means of proximity
cards (proximity tags or other 125 kHz passive transponders). The installer determines, if the
reader will be operated.
Presenting the card is interpreted in the same way as entering the code and confirming with
key. Holding the card (for approx. 3 seconds) is interpreted in the same way as
the
entering the code and confirming with the key.
6.1.4
Sound signaling
Beeps generated when operating
The installer can disable the sound signaling or replace it with blinking of the keys
backlight.
1 short beep – pressing any digit key, confirmation that code has been entered or card has
been read.
2 short beeps – acceptance of the first code during two code arming / disarming.
3 short beeps – signaling of::
– starting the procedure of arming (if no exit delay time has been programmed for the
partition, this is equivalent to arming),
– disarming and/or alarm clearing.
4 short and 1 long beeps – confirmation that the function has been executed.
3 pairs of short beeps – the user should change his/her code.
1 long beep – refusal to arm (there are violated zones in the partition or there is a trouble).
2 long beeps – unknown code/card.
3 long beeps – unavailable function.
Events signaled by sounds
Only installer selected events are signaled.
Alarms are signaled for the time programmed by the installer.
5 short beeps – zone violation (CHIME).
Long beep every 3 seconds, followed by a series of short beeps for 10 seconds
and 1 long beep – countdown of exit delay (if the time is shorter than 10 seconds, only
the final sequence of short beeps will be generated).
A sequence of 7 beeps of diminishing duration, repeated every few seconds –
countdown of auto-arming delay.
2 short beeps every second – countdown of entry delay.
Continuous beep – alarm.
Long beeps every 2 seconds – alarm memory.
Long beep every second – fire alarm.
Short beeps every 2 seconds – fire alarm memory.
Very short beeps – door open too long.
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[Code]
Depending on the user type and authority level, keypad settings and the alarm system status,
key will result in:
entering the code and confirming with the
– unlocking the door (activating the relay);
– disarming the partition;
– clearing alarm;
– changing over the status of 25. BI SWITCH type outputs;
– turning on the 24. MONO SWITCH type outputs;
– guard round confirmation;
– enabling temporary partition blocking.
Most of the abovementioned functions are available after enabling the LOCK [LOCK
FEATURE] option for the partition keypad. Whether the functions are available may also
depend on the other keypad options (e.g. if the lock operates in the ON IF PARTITION
ARMED [ON IF PART.ARMED] mode, most of the functions will be unavailable).
6.2.2
[Code]
Depending on the user type and authority level, keypad settings and the alarm system status,
entering the code and confirming with the key will result in:
– initiating the partition arming procedure;
– disarming the partition;
– clearing alarm;
– changing over the status of 25. BI SWITCH type outputs;
– turning on the 24. MONO SWITCH type outputs;
– guard round confirmation;
– enabling temporary partition blocking;
– unblocking cash machine access.
6.2.3
Quick arming
The installer can permit arming without the user authorization.
1. Select the arming mode (press one of the keys: 0 – full arming; 1 – full arming +
bypasses; 2 – arming without interior; 3 – arming without interior and without entry delay).
2. Press the key. The arming procedure will begin.
6.2.4
Triggering the alarm from keypad
The installer can permit triggering alarms from the keypad. To trigger an alarm, do the
following:
fire alarm – press the
(INT-S) /
(INT-SK) /
(INT-SCR) key for approx. 3
seconds;
medical (auxiliary) alarm – press the 0 key for approx. 3 seconds;
panic alarm – press the
(INT-S) /
(INT-SK) /
(INT-SCR) key for approx. 3
seconds. The installer defines whether the triggered alarm will be loud (setting off the loud
alarm signaling) or silent (without loud signaling).
6.2.5
Silencing the alarm sound at the keypad
If the keypad is signaling alarm, pressing any digit key will silence the signaling for approx. 40
seconds.
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Code changing
The installer can permit the change of own code by means of the partition keypad.
1. Press the 1 key for 3 seconds.
2. When the
and
with the key.
LEDs start blinking alternately, enter the old code and confirm it
3. When the
and
with the key.
LEDs start blinking alternately, enter the new code and confirm it
7. Using the entry keypad
The INT-SCR multifunction keypad can work in the entry keypad mode (INT-ENT). The main
task of the zone keypad is activation of the delay for the 3. INTERIOR DELAYED type zones. The
time period during which these zones will act as delayed ones is programmable for the
keypad. If more than one zone keypads are assigned to the partition, a different delay
unblocking time can be programmed for each of them. After expiry of the programmed time,
the interior delayed zones will again operate as instant ones.
7.1
LED indicators
Only the
LED is used. Blinking of the LED indicates that the delay activation time
countdown is running (disarming has no effect on the LED blinking).
7.2
Sound signaling
The installer can disable the sound signaling or replace it by blinking of keypad
backlight.
During operation, the keypad can generate the following sounds:
1 short beep – pressing any digit key, confirmation that code has been entered or card has
been read.
3 short beeps – confirmation of delay activation.
4 short and 1 long beeps – confirmation of the guard round or execution of the control for
24. MONO SWITCH or 25. BI SWITCH type outputs.
3 pairs of short beeps – the user should change his/her code.
2 long beeps – unknown code/card.
3 long beeps – activation the delay is impossible (the partition is disarmed or the delay has
already been started) or the function is unavailable.
Additionally, the keypad can audibly signal the DELAY ACTIVATION TIME.
7.3
Functions available from the entry keypad
Depending on the user type and authority level, keypad settings and alarm system status,
or
key (presenting the proximity card) will
entering the code and confirming it with the
result in:
– activating the delay in partition for 3. INTERIOR DELAYED type zones;
– changing over the status of 25. BI SWITCH type outputs;
– turning on the 24. MONO SWITCH type outputs;
– guard round confirmation.
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8. Using the code lock
The basic task of the code lock is to execute the access control function (supervise a single
door).
SATEL offers the following code locks:
INT-SZ;
INT-SZK.
The code locks are available with keys backlight in various color versions. The color version
is indicated by an additional letter symbol included in the code lock designation (e.g.
INT-SZ-GR – green backlight; INT-SZ-BL – blue backlight).
8.1
Description of code locks
INT-SZ
INT-SZK
Fig. 5. Code locks.
8.1.1
LED indicators
LED
Color
green
Function description
ON – code lock is operated by the control panel
red
ON – door unlocked
yellow
blinking – door open
Table 5. Description of the code lock LEDs.
All LEDs blinking in turn indicate that there is no communication with the control panel.
8.1.2
Keys
The keys enable user authorization by means of a code and starting of the functions
available from the code lock.
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Sound signaling
Beeps generated when operating
The installer can disable the sound signaling or replace it by blinking of the keypad
backlight.
1 short beep – pressing any digit key or confirmation that code has been entered.
4 short and 1 long beeps – confirmation of door unlocking or execution of another function.
2 long beeps – unknown code/card.
3 long beeps – unavailable function.
Events signaled by sounds
Only installer selected events are signaled.
5 short beeps – zone violation (CHIME).
Very short beeps – door open too long.
8.2
Functions available from code lock
Depending on the user type and authority level, as well as the code lock settings, entering
or key will result in:
the code and confirming it with the
– unlocking the door (activating the relay);
– changing over the status of 25. BI SWITCH type outputs;
– turning on the 24. MONO SWITCH type outputs;
– guard round confirmation;
– enabling temporary partition blocking.
The installer can permit triggering alarms from the keypad. To trigger an alarm, do the
following:
fire alarm – press the
(INT-SZ) /
(INT-SZK) key for approx. 3 seconds;
medical (auxiliary) alarm – press the 0 key for approx. 3 seconds;
panic alarm – press the
(INT-SZ) /
(INT-SZK) key for approx. 3 seconds. The
installer defines whether the triggered alarm will be loud (setting off the loud alarm
signaling) or silent (without loud signaling).
The installer can permit changing own code by means of the code lock. Proceed in the same
way, as when changing the code by means of the partition keypad (see: p. 39).
9. Confirming voice messaging
The installer can configure the control panel so that confirmation of listening to the voice
message be required. If there is no confirmation, the control panel can connect many times
for playback of the message. Having listened to the message can be confirmed from the
keypad of DTMF dialing telephone. The installer defines whether any 4-digit sequence is
sufficient to confirm receipt of a voice message, or it must be a specific code. After entering
of the code, the control panel will give the following information by means of sound signals:
1 short beep repeated every 3 seconds – the message has been confirmed, wait for
playback of the next voice message;
4 short and 1 long beeps – the message has been confirmed, there are no more voice
messages;
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2 long beeps – an invalid code has been entered (the message has not been confirmed).
If the control panel is sending messages about several events and confirmation of the
voice messages is required, each message should be confirmed. The first message
must be confirmed before the second message can be played back, an so on.
The installer can configure the control panel so that acknowledgement of receiving the
message by the user will:
 clear messaging other users;
 allow to get access to the INT-VG module voice menu.
10. Call answering and telephone control
The information below does not apply to the control panels to which the INT-VG
module is connected.
The call answering and telephone control functions are available to the users who have the
telephone code. These functions require that the DTMF dialing phone be used. The call
answering function allows to get information on the partition status (armed, disarmed). Owing
to the telephone control function, it is possible to control the REMOTE SWITCH type outputs
using the telephone.
10.1 Answering phone calls
1. Establish connection with the control panel, using one of the following methods (consult
the installer to learn which method is supported by the control panel):
single call – call the telephone number of control panel. The control panel will answer the
call after the number of rings programmed by the installer.
double call – call the telephone number of control panel. Hang up after the number of
rings programmed by the installer. Call again within three minutes. The call will be
answered by the control panel immediately.
Establishing connection will be signaled by three short beeps.
2. Enter the telephone code on the telephone keypad. 4 short beeps and 1 long beep will
confirm that you have got access to the call answering function. If the entered code is
invalid, this will be signaled by the control panel by two long beeps.
If you make a mistake when entering the code, enter the 4 digits anyway, and when
the control panel signals that the code is wrong, enter the correct code.
After entering three wrong codes, the control panel will hang up.
In case of a single call, if:
 no code has been entered and the connection is terminated,
 an invalid code has been entered and the connection is terminated,
the control panel will answer no calls for the next few minutes. It enables e.g. a fax to
be connected after the control panel.
3. Within up to 15 seconds, enter the 2-digit partition number (e.g. 01, 07 or 15). The control
panel will inform you about the partition status by means of sound signals:
3 short beeps – partition disarmed;
4 short and 1 long beeps – partition armed.
If no key is pressed on the phone for 15 seconds, the control panel will hang up.
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4. Upon pressing in turn the 0 and # keys on the telephone keypad, the control panel will
hang up.
10.2 Telephone control
1. Get access to the phone call answering function (steps 1-2 in section ANSWERING PHONE
CALLS).
2. Within up to 15 seconds, press in turn the 2 and # keys on the telephone keypad. 4 short
beeps and 1 long beep will confirm that you have got access to the telephone control
function.
3. Within up to 15 seconds, enter the 2-digit number of the remote switch (e.g. 01, 07 or 15).
The control panel will inform you about the switch status change by means of sounds:
3 short beeps – the switch has been turned off;
4 short and 1 long beeps – the switch has been turned on.
The operating mode of the REMOTE SWITCH type output depends on how the output has
been configured by the installer.
4. Upon pressing in turn the 0 and # keys on the telephone keypad, the control panel will
hang up. You can also press the 1 and # keys to return to the phone call answering
function.
10.3 Audio alarm verification
Remote audio alarm verification is possible when the INT-AV module is connected to
the control panel.
1. Get access to the phone call answering function (steps 1-2 in section ANSWERING PHONE
CALLS).
2. Within up to 15 seconds, press in turn the 3 and # keys on the telephone keypad. 4 short
beeps and 1 long beep will confirm that you have got access to the function of audible
alarm verification. The DTMF commands you can use after starting the listen-in / talk
session are described in the INT-AV module manual.
11. SMS control only INTEGRA 128-WRL
The INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel can be operated by means of the SMS messages
containing suitable control commands. The content of commands and the additional rules of
how to use them (using the lower case and upper case letters, adding the telephone code to
the content of sent SMS message, etc.) are to be defined by the installer. If appropriate
control commands are programmed by the installer, the SMS messages can be used to:
– violate selected zones;
– temporary bypass selected zones;
– unbypass selected zones;
– arm selected partitions in selected mode;
– disarm selected partitions;
– clear alarm in selected partitions;
– activate selected MONO SWITCH type outputs;
– activate selected BI SWITCH type outputs;
– deactivate selected BI SWITCH type outputs;
– toggle selected BI SWITCH type outputs;
– check status of selected partitions;
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– send the USSD codes to the operator of SIM card installed in the module (e.g. to check
the card account status or recharge it). The answer received from the operator is
forwarded in the form of SMS message to the telephone number from which the control
command was sent.
When sending the USSD codes, the SMS message must have the following form:
xxxxxx=yyyy=
where "xxxxxx" is the control command and "yyyy" is the USSD code supported by the GSM
network operator.
The SMS message may contain several control commands.
If correctly programmed by the installer, the control panel will confirm execution of the control
commands by means of SMS messages sent to the telephone number from which the control
command was received.
12. Operating the alarm system by means of keyfob
Fig. 6. APT-100 keyfob. A – numeration of LEDs. B – numeration of keyfob buttons.
Fig. 7. T-4 keyfob (433 MHz keyfob). A – numeration of keyfob buttons.
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For the INTEGRA 128-WRL control panel or any other control panel to which the ACU-100,
ACU-250, INT-RX or INT-RX-S module is connected, you can control the system using the
keyfob. The user can have up to 2 keyfobs:
– bidirectional APT-100 keyfob – supported by the ABAX system (INTEGRA 128-WRL
control panel, ACU-100 controller (firmware version 2.00 or newer) or ACU-250
controller);
– 433 MHz keyfob – supported by the INT-RX or INT-RX-S module.
One keyfob enables execution of up to 6 functions. For each keyfob, functions to be executed
upon pressing a button / combination of buttons, and for the APT-100 bi-directional keyfobs
also information to be displayed on the keyfob LEDs, are individually assigned (see: section
ADDING KEYFOB p. 28).
Fig. 8. MPT-300 keyfob (433 MHz keyfob). A – numeration of keyfob buttons. The button
designated with digit 6 corresponds to the combination of buttons 1 and 3 in other 433 MHz
keyfobs.
13. Manual update history
Date
2013-08
Firmware
version
1.12
Introduced changes








2013-12
1.12
Information on INT-TSG keypad has been added (p. 6).
Note about the user having SIMPLE USER right has been added (p. 10).
List of user functions has been supplemented (p. 11).
Description of CHANGE TELEPHONE CODE user function has been added
(p. 18).
Description of SIMPLE USER right has been added (p. 25).
Description of ADMINISTRATOR right has been added (p. 26).
Information on maximum duration of zone testing has been modified (p. 33).
Section "Audio alarm verification" has been added (p. 43).
 Information on the INT-KLFR (p. 5, 6 and 9) and INT-TSI (p. 6) keypads has
been added.
 Description of IP/MAC ETHM-1 user function has been modified (p. 21).
14. Brief description of operating the system from keypad
blinking – trouble or trouble memory / Grade 2:
trouble or trouble memory, bypassed zones or
alarm
(
ON – all partitions operated by the keypad are
armed
blinking – some partitions are armed
– 1. group (numbers: 1-32 / addresses 00-1F)
– 2. group (numbers: 33-64 / addresses 20-3F)
– 3. group (numbers: 65-96)
– 4. group (numbers: 97-128)
– LED OFF;
– LED ON
blinking – service mode started
ON or blinking – alarm or alarm memory
[CODE]
– arming / disarming / alarm clearing
Quick arming:
0
- full arming
1
- full arming + bypasses
2
- arming without interior
3
- arming without interior and without entry
delay
9
– end of exit delay countdown
8
– quick control of outputs
[CODE] – enter the user menu
User menu shortcuts:
1
Change own code
2
Users [Masters]
21 New user [New master]
22 Edit user [Edit master]
23 Remove user [Remove master]
4
Zone bypasses
41 Inhibit
42 Isolate
5
Events
51 Selected events
52 All events
6
Set time
7
System state
8
Outputs control
9
Service mode
0
Downloading
01 Start DWNL-RS
02 Finish DWNL-RS
03 Start DWNL-MOD.
04 Start DWNL-TEL
05 Start DWNL-CSD [INTEGRA 128-WRL]
06 Start DWNL-GPRS [INTEGRA 128-WRL]
07 ETHM-1 – DloadX
08 ETHM-1 – GuardX
Shortcut keys (press for approx. 3 seconds):
1 – check zone status
4 – check partition status
5 – view alarm log
6 – view trouble log
7 – view current troubles
8 – CHIME signal ON/OFF
9 – toggle display between standby mode and partition
status mode
– trigger medical (aux) alarm
– trigger fire alarm
– trigger panic alarm
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