TS2500
TS2500
1040 Zone Intruder Alarm
Control System
Installation & Programming
Manual
Contents
System Overview................................. 1
System Architecture ................................... 1
Introduction................................................ 2
Control Panel ............................................. 2
Remote Keypads ....................................... 2
32 Character LCD (NETLCD)........................ 2
8 Character Starburst (NETSTAR)................... 2
4 Character LED (NETLED)............................ 2
Remote Arming Station (NETARM) ............... 2
Expansion Devices ..................................... 2
TS700 LEC.................................................... 2
TS900 Node (Obsolete) ............................... 3
XNode......................................................... 3
TSLEC8......................................................... 3
TS900 ID Node ............................................ 3
Other Devices ............................................ 3
Printer .......................................................... 3
CPA6.OM Output Module ........................... 3
DC54/58/58M Digicom and Digi-modem .. 3
TSNIB Networker Interface Board ................ 3
Technical Specifications ............................ 3
Control Panel .............................................. 3
LCD Remote Keypad.................................. 3
Starburst Remote Keypad ........................... 4
LED Remote Keypad................................... 4
Arming Station............................................. 4
TS700 LEC.................................................... 4
TSXNode...................................................... 4
TS900 Node (Obsolete) ............................... 4
TS900 ID Node ............................................ 4
TSLEC8......................................................... 4
System Design..................................... 5
System Wiring ............................................. 5
Cable Segregation ..................................... 5
Calculating Voltage Drop ........................... 5
Voltage Drop Example 1 ............................ 6
Voltage Drop Example 2 ............................ 6
Reducing Voltage Drop - Method 1 ........... 7
Reducing Voltage Drop - Method 2 ........... 7
Remote Power Supplies.............................. 7
Screened Cable ........................................ 8
Electromagnetic Compatibility .................. 8
XNode Wiring ............................................. 8
Wiring Remote keypads to an XNode......... 9
Wiring a Loudspeaker to an XNode .......... 10
Wiring an Output Module to an XNode .... 10
Programmable Outputs on the XNode ..... 10
TS900 Node Wiring (Obsolete) .................. 10
Wiring Nodes and Remote Keypads ........ 10
Remote Keypads and TS700.LECs............ 11
TSLEC8 ...................................................... 12
Detection Circuits ..................................... 12
Battery ...................................................... 12
Mains Supply ............................................ 12
Panel Outputs........................................... 12
Extension loudspeakers ............................ 12
External Sounders ..................................... 13
Plug-on Digital Communicator................. 13
Plug-on Digi-modem................................ 13
RedCARE or Stand-alone Digicom ........... 13
Printer........................................................ 13
Output Modules ....................................... 13
Networker Interface Boards ...................... 13
System Installation............................. 14
TS2500 Control Panel................................ 14
Installation Procedure................................ 14
Mains Connection..................................... 15
Battery Connections.................................. 15
Connection Terminals, Plugs & Indicators . 17
Remote Keypads ..................................... 19
NETLCD Remote Keypad........................... 19
NETSTAR Remote Keypad .......................... 19
NETLED Remote Keypad ........................... 19
NETARM Remote Arming Station................ 19
PCB Layouts & Connections...................... 19
Installing a Remote Keypad on the XNode20
Installing a Keypad on to the Network....... 21
XNode ...................................................... 21
Installing an XNode ................................... 23
TS900 Node (Obsolete)............................. 23
TS900 ID NODE.......................................... 25
Installing a TS900 ID NODE......................... 25
TS700 LEC ................................................. 26
Installing a TS700 LEC ................................ 26
TSLEC8 ...................................................... 26
Installing the TSLEC8 .................................. 26
Detection Circuit Wiring ............................ 27
Double Pole .............................................. 27
End Of Line................................................ 27
External Sounders ..................................... 27
Control Panel Sounder Connections ......... 27
Installing an External Sounder from a XNode28
Extension Loudspeakers ........................... 28
Control Panel Connections....................... 28
XNode Connections ................................. 28
RedCARE or Stand-alone Digicom........... 28
DC54/DC58 Plug-on Digicoms................. 29
DC58M Plug-on Digi-modem .................. 29
Output Modules (CPA6OM) ...................... 30
Control Panel Connections....................... 30
XNode Connections ................................. 30
Connecting a Printer ................................ 30
Using the CPA6 Printer ............................... 30
Using the DATAC / RS232 Printer ................ 30
Programmable Outputs ........................... 30
Control Panel Outputs............................... 30
Node Outputs ........................................... 31
Remote Keypads & TS700.LECs ................ 31
Monitoring a Remote Power Supply ......... 31
Communication to an ARC ...................... 31
Pre Power-Up Checks ............................... 32
Initial Power-Up ......................................... 32
Power-Up Checks ..................................... 32
Relearn Required Message...................... 32
Engineer’s Menu 1 ............................ 33
Introduction.............................................. 33
Menu contents.......................................... 33
Panel Outputs
[1-1]............................. 34
Digicom Outputs [1-2] ........................... 34
Digicom Channels [1-3] ........................ 34
Programmable Output Types................... 35
Circuit Output Types.................................. 35
System Output Types................................. 35
User Output Types ..................................... 39
Ward Output Types ................................... 39
Program Circuits [1-4] ............................ 41
Circuit Numbering..................................... 41
Circuit Types.............................................. 41
Circuit Attributes ........................................ 42
Circuit Wards ............................................. 43
System Timers
[1-5]............................. 43
Setting Modes
[1-6]............................. 45
Do System Print [1-7]............................. 46
System Options [1-8]............................. 47
Number of rearms .................................... 47
Modem rings............................................. 47
Keys until tamp ......................................... 47
Remote resets........................................... 47
Reset algorithm......................................... 47
Double Knocks.......................................... 48
Configuration
[1-9]............................. 48
Location Text [1-A]................................. 52
Panel Location Text ................................... 52
Keypad Location ...................................... 52
Default NVM Data [1-B] .......................... 52
Goto User Menu 1 [1-0].......................... 54
Log Off Engineer [1-C] ........................... 54
Engineers Menu 2 ............................. 55
Introduction .............................................. 55
Menu contents.......................................... 55
View Circuits [2-1] ................................. 56
Set System Time [2-2]............................. 56
Set System Date [2-3]............................. 56
Change Passcode [2-4]......................... 56
Alter Chime Circuits [2-5] ....................... 57
Alter 24Hr Group [2-6] ............................ 57
Print System Log [2-7]............................. 57
Alter Circuit Wards [2-8] .......................... 58
View System Log [2-9] ............................ 58
Log Event Codes...................................... 59
Start Call Back
[2-A]............................. 61
Reset User Code 1 [2-B] ......................... 61
Set BST/GMT Date [2-C] .......................... 62
Rem Service Option [2-0]....................... 62
Engineer’s Menu 3............................. 63
Introduction .............................................. 63
Menu Contents ......................................... 63
Time Switches
[3-1]............................. 64
Part Set Groups [3-2]............................. 64
Use On-line Pad [3-3]............................. 65
Edit User Names [3-4]............................. 65
Part Set Text
[3-5] ................................. 65
Circuit Text [3-6] ..................................... 66
Circuit Text Library ..................................... 67
Custom Text Menu [3-7]......................... 68
Reset Message.......................................... 68
Location Text ............................................. 68
Printer Header............................................ 68
Remote Reset Message............................ 68
Printer Prefix ............................................... 68
Banner Message ....................................... 68
Part Set Banner .......................................... 68
Aux. Tamper 1/2 ........................................ 68
Modem String............................................ 68
Equipment O/P’s [3-8] ............................ 68
Built In Tests
[3-9] ................................. 70
Software Version ........................................ 70
Voltage ..................................................... 70
Current Consumption................................ 70
View Circuit Resistance ............................. 70
Test Digicom outputs................................. 70
Test Panel outputs ..................................... 70
Test Node Outputs..................................... 71
Confirm Network devices .......................... 71
Test Keypad display .................................. 71
View Network devices ............................... 71
View Network Errors .................................... 72
False Setting Routine ................................. 72
Test Digicom Channels ............................. 72
Custom Outputs [3-A] ............................ 73
Custom Output 1 ...................................... 73
Custom Output 2 ...................................... 73
Custom Output - 519FM Example ............ 73
Custom Circuits [3-B] ............................. 74
Digi/Modem Options [3-C]..................... 75
Call Back No.1 .......................................... 76
Call Back No.2 .......................................... 76
Call Back No.3 .......................................... 76
Modem Password ..................................... 76
Modem Site No. ........................................ 76
Program Digicom...................................... 76
Digi Baud rate ........................................... 78
COM1 Baud rate....................................... 78
Internal digi ............................................... 78
Reset Digicom........................................... 78
Activity Count
[3-0]............................. 78
Engineers Menu 4 ............................. 79
Introduction .............................................. 79
Menu Contents ......................................... 79
Auto-set Timers
[4-1]............................. 80
Network Equipment Wards [4-2]............. 80
XNodes ..................................................... 80
Remote Keypads ...................................... 80
Keypad Sounder ....................................... 80
Extension loudspeakers ............................. 81
Equipment Wards [4-3] .......................... 81
Panel tamper ............................................ 81
Bell Box Tamper......................................... 81
Aux 1 Tamper ............................................ 81
Aux 2 Tamper ............................................ 81
Phone Line Fault........................................ 81
Mains Power Off ........................................ 81
Payment Timer...........................................82
Conf Eng Reset..........................................82
Unconf Eng Reset ......................................82
Tamper Engineer Reset .............................82
Remote Reset............................................82
Panel Speaker ...........................................82
Relearn Required.......................................82
Re-arms applies to ....................................82
Hi Security ward .........................................82
System Bell/STB...........................................82
Ward A Foyer Mode ..................................82
Unset fire Signals ........................................83
Double Knock Wards .................................83
Battery Failed.............................................83
Unset Circuit Types [4-4] .........................83
Log Search Keys [4-5].............................83
Shunt Groups [4-6] .................................84
Operation ..................................................84
OM Configuration [4-7] ..........................84
Mimic options............................................84
CCT options...............................................84
Set Volume Level [4-8] ...........................85
Edit Quick Keys [4-9] .............................85
Engineers Wards [4-A].............................85
Code Lock Times [4-0] ...........................85
Operation ..................................................85
Appendices.......................................87
Text Editing Keys........................................87
Cursor Types ..............................................87
Common Key Sequences.........................87
Setup New Users .......................................87
User Types..................................................87
User Wards .................................................88
Auto Sets wards .........................................88
Auto Unset Wards.......................................88
Customising Users......................................88
Engineer’s Quick Reference......................90
Index .................................................93
TS2500 Installation Manual
System Overview
System Overview
System Architecture
Printer
Data
Networks
1
Speaker
2
CPA6.OM
3
Wiring Option 1
XNode
2 Outputs
2 Outputs
2 Outputs
XNode
1
XNode
2
XNode
16
Remote
Aux 12V
Plug-on
Digicom / Modem
TS2500
CONTROL
PANEL
4
5
Bell Output
6
Strobe Output
7
Digi Outputs 1 - 8
8
Outputs 1 - 4
8 Zones
Remote
Remote
8 Zones
8 Zones
The XNode is capable of driving
4 Remote Keypads and a
Loudspeaker
NOTE:
Do not connect XNodes and
keypads to the same Network cable.
Aux Tamps 1 & 2
Network Wiring = 4 Core
TSLEC8
8 Zones
TSLEC8
8 Zones
Wiring Option 2
Remote Keypads or LEC’s
1 Output
1 Output
1 Output
1 Output
1 Output
2 Zones
2 Zones
2 Zones
2 Zones
2 Zones
Network Wiring = 6 Core (Remotes) or 4 Core (LECs)
Wiring Option 3 (Obsolete)
Using TS900 Node
2 Outputs
2 Outputs
2 Outputs
2 Outputs
2 Outputs
TS900
Node
1
TS900
Node
2
TS900
Node
3
TS900
Node
4
TS900
Node
5
8 Zones
8 Zones
8 Zones
8 Zones
8 Zones
2 Outputs
2 Outputs
TS900
Node
4
TS900
Node
5
8 Zones
8 Zones
Network Wiring = 4 Core
Wiring Option 4 (Obsolete)
2 Outputs
1 Output
1 Output
TS900
Node
1
8 Zones
2 Zones
2 Zones
TS900 Nodes and Keypads can be connected on the same Network
BUT NO 2 DEVICES SHOULD HAVE THE SAME ADDRESS.
Network Wiring = 6 Core
Wiring Option 5
(Example)
6 Outputs
TS900 ID Node:
Nodes 1, 2 and 3
Network Wiring = 4 Core
24 ID Zones
4 Outputs
TS900 ID Node:
Nodes 4 and 5
16 ID Zones
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System Overview
TS2500 Installation Manual
Introduction
Remote Keypads
The TS2500 intruder alarm control system has
been designed to suit medium to large
installation sites. The TS2500 system can be
expanded up to 1040 zones. The system is
capable of “up” and “down” line loading,
allowing remote programming and
interrogation via the telephone line and a P.C.
Up to 5 remote keypads can be connected
directly to each network. The XNode also
provides the facility to connect up to 4 remote
keypads giving a system total of 512 remote
keypads. Each remote keypad has two
detection circuits and a single switched -ve
output. The four types are:
Complex site requirements such as multi-ward
setting can be achieved, as the system is
capable of being broken down into 16
separately controlled areas (Wards) so that the
premises or parts of the premises can be
controlled independently.
32 Character LCD (NETLCD)
The TS2500 system is a true multi-tasking system,
which allows up to maximum of eight users
operating the system simultaneously.
8 Character Starburst (NETSTAR)
Note: Version 5.3 of the TS2500 does not
contain the "Digi inPart Set" option in Engineer's
menu 4-3.
Control Panel
The control panel is the controlling unit for the
system, it has a power supply and connections
for a standby battery. It has the following
facilities:
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2
8 networks for connecting remote keypads
and Nodes
Connections for two 8 zone local expansion
cards (TSLEC8)
Two auxiliary tamper zones
Bell and strobe outputs
4 programmable outputs (1 x Voltage free
contacts and 3 high current transistorised)
8 programmable digicom/RedCARE outputs
A connector for a Menvier plug-on digicom
or digi-modem
A connector for a printer via the MPA or DCI
printer adaptor
A connector for mimic modules (CPA6.OM)
Extension loudspeaker output
All system program information and the
4000 event log is stored in two removable
non-volatile memory (NVM) devices
The NETLCD remote keypad has a back-lit 32
character super-twist Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
and a back-lit tactile rubber keypad. All system
programming must be carried out from a
NETLCD remote keypad.
The NETSTAR remote keypad has a back-lit 8
character starburst display (LCD) and a back-lit
tactile rubber keypad. This type of remote
keypad is limited to setting and unsetting only,
and cannot be used to program the system.
+
The display will always show the system
time.
4 Character LED (NETLED)
The NETLED remote keypad has a 4 character
7-segment LED display and back-lit tactile
rubber keypad. This type of remote keypad is
limited to setting and unsetting, and cannot be
used to program the system.
+
The display will always show the system
time.
Remote Arming Station (NETARM)
The Remote Arming Station only allows setting
and unsetting of the system. The unit has two
indicator LED’s, the “Power LED” and a
programmable “Function LED” (the “Function
LED” may be programmed as “Fault” or “Area
Set” etc.).
Expansion Devices
There are several options for expanding the
system:
TS700 LEC
The Local Expansion Card (LEC) provides two
programmable detection circuits and one
programmable switched -ve output. Up to 5
TS700 LECs can be connected on any one
network.
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TS900 Node (Obsolete)
The TS900 Node is now obsolete. Use XNode for
all new installations. The TS900 Node provides
eight programmable detection circuits and two
programmable outputs (one switched +ve and
one switched -ve). Up to 5 TS900 Nodes can be
connected on any one network.
XNode
The XNode provides eight programmable
detection circuits, two programmable outputs
(one switched +ve and one switched -ve) and
a loudspeaker output for driving a 16 Ohm
loudspeaker. Each XNode can also drive up to
4 remote keypads and one CPA6 OM output
module. Up to 16 XNodes can be connected
on any one network.
TSLEC8
The TSLEC8 Local Expansion Card (LEC) is
designed to be fitted inside the control panel it
provides 8 programmable detection circuits.
The control panel will accept two TSLEC8s.
System Overview
modem can be plugged onto the control
panel, which functions as a digital
communicator and V21 modem. The modem
facility is required when using the up/down
loading feature.
TSNIB Networker Interface Board
A driver and receiver board that allows Nodes or
remotes to be driven up to 1 km.
Technical Specifications
Control Panel
Part No:
Input Supply:
Current:
Power Supply:
Standby Battery:
Zones
Panel Outputs:
TS900 ID Node
The TS900 ID Node can be used as an
alternative to the standard TS900 Node. It
provides a single ID Detector Loop for
connection to 30 ID devices and 8
programmable outputs. Several configuration
options allow it to be used on its own or with
existing TS900 Nodes (see page 25).
Other Devices
Printer
A DATAC printer or any standard RS232 printer
can be connected to the control panel to
obtain system and log print-outs.
CPA6.OM Output Module
Each output module provides eight switched ve outputs, the output modules can be daisychained together to provide multiples of eight
outputs. The outputs can be used to indicate
ward status information and/or circuit
alarm/mimic indications.
DC54/58/58M Digicom and Digimodem
A 4-channel DC54 or 8-channel DC58 digital
communicator can be plugged onto the
control panel to allow alarm status information
to be transferred to a dedicated Alarm
Receiving Centre. The 8 channel DC58M digi-
Digi Outputs 1-8:
Speaker Output:
Bell Trigger:
Strobe Trigger:
Dimensions:
Material:
Weight:
Environment:
TS2500
230V ±10% 50Hz
220mA (normal)
300mA (alarm) with
speaker
1.5A
2 x 7.0Ah or 1 x 17Ah
2 to 1040
1 = voltage free
changeover
2 = Switched -ve @500mA
3 = Switched +ve
@500mA
4 = Switched +ve
@500mA
+ve removed (invertable)
Source 5mA in 12V
condition
Sink 100mA in 0V condition
16 Ohms
Switched -ve @500mA
Switched -ve @500mA
384(W) x 312(H) x 95(D) mm
1.2mm mild steel
4.9 Kg
-10 to 55°C
LCD Remote Keypad
Part No:
Display:
Current:
Zones:
Output:
Dimensions:
Material:
Weight:
Environment:
NETLCD
32 Character Liquid Crystal
120mA (normal) 130mA
(alarm)
2
Switched -ve @100mA
150(W) x 104(H) x 30(D) mm
3mm Polycarbonate
282g
-10 to 55°C
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Starburst Remote Keypad
Part No:
Display:
Current:
Zones:
Output:
Dimensions:
Material:
Weight:
Environment:
NETSTAR
8 Character Liquid Crystal
120mA (normal) 130mA
(alarm)
2
Switched -ve @100mA
150(W) x 104(H) x 30(D) mm
3mm Polycarbonate
263g
-10 to 55°C
LED Remote Keypad
Part No:
Display:
Current:
Zones:
Output:
Dimensions:
Material:
Weight:
Environment:
Arming Station
Part No:
Display:
Current:
Zones:
Output:
Dimensions:
Material:
Weight:
Environment:
TS700 LEC
Part No:
Current:
Zones:
Output:
Dimensions:
Material:
Weight:
Environment:
TSXNode
Part No:
Current:
Zones:
4
NETLED
4 character seven segment
120mA (normal) 140mA
(alarm)
2
Switched -ve @100mA
150(W) x 104(H) x 30(D) mm
3mm Polycarbonate
254g
-10 to 55°C
NETARM
Power LED
Programmable function
LED
30mA (normal) 40mA
(alarm)
2
Switched -ve @100mA
150(W) x 104(H) x 30(D) mm
3mm Polycarbonate
254g
-10 to 55°C
TS700.LEC
30mA (normal) 40mA
(alarm)
2
Switched -ve @100mA
142(W) x 82(H) x 36(D) mm
3mm Polycarbonate
213g
-10 to 55°C
TSXNODE
60mA (normal) 60mA
(alarm)
8
Outputs:
Speaker Output:
Dimensions:
Material:
Weight:
Environment:
A = Switched +ve @100mA
B = Switched -ve @100mA
16Ohms
128(W) x 182(H) x 34(D) mm
3mm Polycarbonate
370g
-10 to 55°C
TS900 Node (Obsolete)
Part No:
Current:
Zones:
Outputs:
Dimensions:
Material:
Weight:
Environment:
TS900 ID Node
Part No:
Current:
Zones:
Outputs:
Dimensions:
Material:
Weight:
Environment:
TSLEC8
Part No:
Current:
Zones:
Dimensions:
Weight:
Environment:
TS900.NODE
60mA (normal) 60mA
(alarm)
8
A = Switched +ve @100mA
B = Switched -ve @100mA
128(W) x 182(H) x 34(D) mm
3mm Polycarbonate
370g
-10 to 55°C
TS900.IDNODE
80mA (with 1 device)
160mA (with 30 devices)
30 (ID). Total of 40 zones per
network when using two
IDNodes
A = Switched +ve
@100mA
B = Switched +ve
@100mA
C = Switched +ve
@100mA
D = Switched +ve
@100mA
E = Switched -ve @100mA
F = Switched -ve @100mA
G = Switched -ve
@100mA
H = Switched -ve
@100mA
128(W) x 182(H) x 34(D) mm
3mm Polycarbonate
370g
-10 to 55°C
TSLEC8
20mA (normal) 20mA
(alarm)
8
89(W) x 71(H) x 15(D) mm
69g
-10 to 55°C
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System Design
System Design
System Wiring
The TS2500 system uses standard 7/0.2 unscreened alarm cable to inter-connect devices
within the system. The number of cores will vary
depending on the device being connected.
Cable Segregation
All cables for the alarm system should be
segregated from any other cables and wiring
services like mains supply cables, telephone
cables, computer network cables and R.F.
cables. In addition to this the network and
detection circuit cables should be kept clear of
cables supplying sounders or extension
loudspeakers. It is also advisable to avoid
Current
Drawn
60mA
80mA
100mA
120mA
140mA
160mA
180mA
200mA
220mA
240mA
260mA
280mA
300mA
320mA
340mA
360mA
380mA
400mA
420mA
440mA
460mA
480mA
500mA
520mA
540mA
560mA
580mA
600mA
running more than one network down a single
multi-core cable.
Calculating Voltage Drop
In order for the system work correctly the
voltage at each device must NOT drop below
10.5V even when running on the standby
battery. Standard 7/0.2 alarm cable has a
resistance of 8 Ohms per 100 metres per core.
The voltage drop is calculated using the
following formula:
V Drop = Current drawn x cable length x 0.08 x 2
The table below shows the expected voltage
drop against the current drawn and cable
length:
Cable Length (Standard 7/0.2 alarm cable)
10m
0.10V
0.13V
0.16V
0.19V
0.22V
0.26V
0.29V
0.32V
0.35V
0.38V
0.42V
0.45V
0.48V
0.51V
0.54V
0.58V
0.61V
0.64V
0.67V
0.70V
0.74V
0.79V
0.80V
0.83V
0.86V
0.90V
0.93V
0.96V
20m
0.19V
0.26V
0.32V
0.38V
0.45V
0.51V
0.58V
0.64V
0.70V
0.79V
0.83V
0.90V
0.96V
1.02V
1.09V
1.15V
1.22V
1.28V
1.34V
1.41V
1.47V
1.54V
1.60V
1.66V
1.73V
1.79V
1.86V
1.92V
30m
0.29V
0.38V
0.48V
0.58V
0.67V
0.77V
0.86V
0.96V
1.06V
1.15V
1.25V
1.34V
1.44V
1.55V
1.63V
1.73V
1.82V
1.92V
2.02V
2.11V
2.21V
2.30V
2.40V
2.50V
2.59V
2.69V
2.78V
2.88V
40m
0.38V
0.51V
0.64V
0.79V
0.90V
1.02V
1.15V
1.28V
1.41V
1.54V
1.66V
1.79V
1.92V
2.05V
2.18V
2.30V
2.43V
2.56V
2.69V
2.82V
2.94V
3.07V
3.20V
3.33V
3.46V
3.58V
3.71V
3.84V
50m
0.48V
0.64V
0.80V
0.96V
1.12V
1.28V
1.44V
1.60V
1.76V
1.92V
2.08V
2.24V
2.40V
2.56V
2.72V
2.88V
3.04V
3.20V
3.36V
3.52V
3.68V
3.84V
4.00V
4.16V
4.32V
4.48V
4.64V
4.80V
60m
0.58V
0.79V
0.96V
1.15V
1.34V
1.54V
1.73V
1.92V
2.11V
2.30V
2.50V
2.69V
2.88V
3.07V
3.26V
3.46V
3.65V
3.84V
4.03V
4.22V
4.42V
4.61V
4.80V
4.99V
5.18V
5.38V
5.57V
5.76V
70m
0.67V
0.90V
1.12V
1.34V
1.57V
1.79V
2.02V
2.24V
2.46V
2.69V
2.91V
3.14V
3.36V
3.58V
3.81V
4.03V
4.26V
4.48V
4.70V
4.93V
5.15V
5.38V
5.60V
5.82V
6.05V
6.27V
6.50V
6.72V
80m
0.77V
1.02V
1.28V
1.54V
1.79V
2.05V
2.30V
2.56V
2.82V
3.07V
3.33V
3.58V
3.84V
4.10V
4.35V
4.61V
4.86V
5.12V
5.38V
5.63V
5.89V
6.14V
6.40V
6.66V
6.92V
7.17V
7.42V
7.68V
90m
0.86V
1.15V
1.44V
1.74V
2.02V
2.30V
2.59V
2.88V
3.17V
3.46V
3.74V
4.03V
4.32V
4.61V
4.90V
5.18V
5.47V
5.76V
6.05V
6.34V
6.62V
6.91V
7.20V
7.49V
7.78V
8.06V
8.35V
8.64V
100m
0.96V
1.28V
1.60V
1.92V
2.24V
2.56V
2.88V
3.20V
3.52V
3.84V
4.16V
4.48V
4.80V
5.12V
5.44V
5.76V
6.08V
6.40V
6.72V
7.04V
7.36V
7.68V
8.00V
8.32V
8.64V
8.96V
9.28V
9.60V
Voltage Drop Table
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Voltage Drop Example 1
Example 1 in the figure below shows two Nodes
connected to the control panel, the first Node is
20 metres from the panel and has 120mA
being taken from its auxiliary supply to power
detectors. The second Node is 20 metres from
the first and also has 120mA being taken from
its auxiliary supply to power detectors.
The voltage at each Node is calculated as
follows:
1. The total current being drawn at the first
Node = 180mA + 180mA = 360mA.
2. Voltage drop to the first Node = 360mA @
20m = 1.15V (see table).
3. Voltage at first Node = control panel
voltage - voltage drop = 13.60 -1.15 =
12.45V.
4. The total current being drawn at the second
Node = 180mA.
5. Voltage drop to the second Node = 180mA
@ 20m = 0.58 (see table).
6. Voltage at second Node = first Node
voltage - voltage drop = 12.45 - 0.58 =
11.87V.
The example clearly demonstrates that the
voltage levels at both Nodes is acceptable.
Voltage Drop Example 2
The second example shows what happens
when a third Node is connected 20 metres from
the second Node.
The voltage at each Node is calculated as
follows:
1. The total current being drawn at the first
Node = 180mA + 180mA +180mA =
540mA.
2. Voltage drop to the first Node = 540mA @
20m = 1.73V (see table).
3. Voltage at first Node = control panel
voltage - voltage drop = 13.60 -1.73 =
11.87V.
4. The total current being drawn at the second
Node = 180mA + 180mA = 360mA.
5. Voltage drop to the second Node = 360mA
@ 20m = 1.15V (see table).
6. Voltage at second Node = first Node
voltage - voltage drop = 11.87 - 1.15 =
10.77V.
7. The total current being drawn at the third
Node = 180mA.
8. Voltage drop to the third Node = 180mA @
20m = 0.58V (see table).
9. Voltage at third Node = second Node
voltage - voltage drop = 10.77 - 0.58 =
10.19V.
The second example demonstrates that when
the third Node is added to the network the
current drawn at each device is increased and
therefore the voltage drop at each device is
increased. The voltage level at the third Node is
now below the 10.5V threshold and may cause
problems.
Figure 1. Voltage Drop Examples 1 & 2
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Figure 2. Reducing Voltage Drop - Methods 1 & 2
Reducing Voltage Drop - Method 1
The simplest way to reduce voltage drop is to
double up the supply connections (A & B), this
will half the resistance on each core, which will
half the voltage drop. When using the voltage
drop table to calculate the expected voltage
drop, simply divide the voltage drop by two.
Figure 2 above shows the same 3 Nodes used
in the previous example. The A and B network
connections have been doubled up, in order to
do so the network cable must have 2 spare
cores. This method clearly shows that voltage
levels at all Nodes is at a sufficient level.
Reducing Voltage Drop - Method 2
The second way to reduce voltage drop is to
supply the detection devices from separate
cores. This is the preferred method of reducing
voltage drop as detectors generally operate at
lower voltages (9.5V). When using this method
the network cable must have 2 spare cores. This
method clearly shows that voltage levels at all
Nodes is at a sufficient level.
Remote Power Supplies
When voltage drops cannot be overcome by
using the two methods previously described or
the demand on the control panel power supply
is going to be exceeded (1.5A max.), one or
more remote power supplies will need to be
installed. It is recommended that the Menvier
519XB is used in these instances as it can be
monitored using the 519FM. When installing a
remote power supply it should be installed close
to the equipment it is powering.
Figure 3 shows two methods of installing a
remote power supply. When connected as
shown in method 1, only the last two Nodes
have sufficient voltage levels. If the power
supply is repositioned so that it is next to Node 3
the voltage levels at each Node is increased
because the current being drawn is split into
two separate paths and therefore the voltage
drop in each path is reduced. Method 2 is the
preferred connection method.
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Figure 3. Connecting Remote Power Supply Units
Screened Cable
Screened cable may prove necessary if the
installation site has equipment that produces
high levels of R.F. (Radio Frequencies), e.g.
heavy industrial plant like welding equipment
etc. If screen cable is required you should
adhere to the following guidelines:
1. The screen on the cable should only be
connected to mains earth at the control
panel.
2. The continuity of the cable screen is most
important and screening MUST be
continuous along the full length of the
network.
3. If the network cable enters any metal
enclosures, make sure the screen remains
isolated from the case.
Electromagnetic Compatibility
When used as intended this product complies
with EMC Directive (89 /336 /EEC) by meeting
the limits set by the standards BS4737, EN500821 1992 and EN50130-4 1993. The following
installation guidelines must be followed.
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1. External cables must be connected using
cable entries or knockouts provided.
2. When routing external cables inside the
product they must be:
(a) Kept as short as possible.
(b) Routed close to the housing.
(c) Kept as far as possible from the
electronics.
3. Any modifications other than those stated in
this manual, or any other use of this product
may cause interference and it is the
responsibility of the installer to comply with
the EMC and Low Voltage Directives.
XNode Wiring
The XNode requires a 4 core cable for
interconnection, and up to 16 may be
connected in a “daisy-chain” or “star”
configuration. The distance between each
XNode must not exceed 100 metres. The total
distance to last XNode must not exceed 1000
metres. Power for detectors is provided by the
Aux. +/- terminals.
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Figure 4. Xnode Connection Methods
Wiring Remote keypads to an XNode
Up to four remote keypads can be connected
to each XNode, they can be connected in
either a “star” or “daisy-chain” configuration. The
distance to the furthest remote keypad from the
XNode must not exceed 100 metres. Power for
detectors are provided by the A(+) and B(-)
terminals.
The detection circuits in the XNode can either
be mapped to the XNode or to the
remote keypads by setting the 4-way “Remote
Zone Enable” switch as shown in the table
below:
Switch OFF
1
XNode circuits A & B
enabled
2
XNode circuits C & D
enabled
3
XNode circuits E & F
enabled
4
XNode circuits G & H
enabled
ON
Remote keypad 1
circuits A & B enabled
Remote keypad 2
circuits A & B enabled
Remote keypad 3
circuits A & B enabled
Remote keypad 4
circuits A & B enabled
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Remote keypads cannot be multi-tasked
between each other when connected to the
XNode, i.e. if remote keypad 1 is in operation,
remote keypads 2, 3 and 4 are locked-out and
will show “SYSTEM IS BUSY PLEASE WAIT.”.
The remote keypads follow the ward
assignment of the XNode, i.e. if the XNode is
assigned to ward A then remote keypads 1-4
connected to that XNode are also assigned to
ward A.
The loudspeaker and remote keypad
sounders will follow the ward assignment of the
XNode.
The programmable output on the remote
keypads are mapped as follows: Remote
keypads 1 and 3 follow XNode output A and
remote keypads 2 and 4 follow XNode
output B.
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each rated at 100mA, output [A+] is a switched
+ve output and output [B-] is a switched -ve.
The outputs can be used to drive sounders or
relays etc.
TS900 Node Wiring (Obsolete)
TS900 Nodes require a 4 core cable for
interconnection, and up to 5 may be
connected in a “daisy-chain” or “star”
configuration to any one network. The distance
between each Node must not exceed 100
metres and the total distance to last Node must
not exceed 500 metres. Power for detectors is
provided by the Aux. +/- terminals.
The TS900 Node has two programmable
outputs, each rated at 100mA, output [A+] is a
switched +ve output and output [B-] is a
switched -ve. The outputs can be used to drive
sounders or relays etc.
+ No two devices should have the same
address (I/D).
+ The maximum number of devices is five.
+ TS900 Nodes and XNodes cannot be
connected on the same network.
Wiring Nodes and Remote Keypads
Figure 5. Wiring Remote Keypads to an XNode
Wiring a Loudspeaker to an XNode
The XNode has set of terminals for connecting
up to two 16W extension loudspeakers. It is
recommended that a remote power supply is
connected to the XNode to provide the
additional power for the loudspeaker.
Wiring an Output Module to an XNode
The XNode has a connector for a CPA6 Output
Module, this can be used to provide eight
switched -ve outputs to drive LED’s, relays etc.
The outputs will mimic the operation of the
detection circuits, i.e. circuit [A] active = output
1 active, circuit [A] healthy = output 1 inactive.
Programmable Outputs on the XNode
The XNode has two programmable outputs,
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The TS900 Node and remote keypads can be
connected on the same network. The network
must be wired in 6-core cable to allow the
remote keypad internal sounders to operate.
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+
No two devices should have the same
address (I/D).
This method of connection is designed for
networks 1 and 2. Although it can be used on
other networks, the “D” connection for the
remote keypads will have to be taken from
networks 1 or 2.
The sounder on the remote keypads will
follow the control panel sounder.
Remote keypads cannot be multi-tasked
between each other on the same network
when using this method of connection.
The maximum number of devices is five.
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Figure 6. TS900 Node Wiring Options
Remote Keypads and TS700.LECs
Up to 5 remote keypads or TS700.LECs can be
connected on any one network. The devices
may be wired in a “daisy-chain” or “star”
configuration. When using remote keypads the
network must be wired in 6-core cable. If all
devices on the network are TS700.LECs the
network can be wired in 4-core as the “D”
connection is not required.
+
+
This method of connection is designed for
networks 1 and 2. Although it can be used on
other networks, the “D” connection for the
remote keypads will have to be taken from
networks 1 or 2.
The sounder on the remote keypads will
follow the control panel sounder.
Remote keypads cannot be multi-tasked
between each other on the same network
when using this method of connection.
+
+
No two devices should have the same
address (I/D).
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Figure 7. Wiring remote Keypads for TS700.LECs
TSLEC8
Mains Supply
Up to two TSLEC8s can be installed inside the
control panel. Each LEC provides an additional
8 detection circuits. The LEC is supplied with its
own connector lead which simply plugs onto
the control panel PCB.
The mains supply is connected to a 3 way “Euro
Type” fused terminal block, which is fitted with a
315mA fuse. To comply with BS4737 the supply
should be fed from an un-switched fused spur
fitted with a 3A fuse. All mains electrical
connections should be carried out by a
qualified electrician and must comply with the
current IEE regulations.
Detection Circuits
All detection circuits can be wired either in
“Double Pole” or “End of Line”. When using the
“Double Pole” method, 4-core cable is required
for non powered devices such as magnetic
contacts and 6-core is required for powered
devices such as movement sensors. When
using the “End of Line” method, 4-core cable
can be used for both non powered and
powered devices.
Panel Outputs
The control panel has four programmable
outputs, output [1] is a set of voltage free
changeover contacts, output [2-] is a switched ve @500mA and outputs [3+] & [4+] are
switched +ve @500mA. The outputs can be
used to drive relays etc.
Battery
Extension loudspeakers
The control panel must be fitted with an
adequate battery in order for the system to
function for eight hours in the event of a mains
failure. 17Ah capacity can be provided from
one single 17Ah battery or 14Ah capacity can
be provided by fitting two 7Ah batteries
connected in parallel.
Extension loudspeakers can be connected to
the control panel or any XNode (not TS900
Node). The speaker output is designed to drive
up to two 16W loudspeakers, however it is
recommended that when using two speakers
that they are wired in series to reduce current
draw. Each loudspeaker output can also be
programmed to one or more wards so that the
sounder only operates under the relevant
conditions.
If the mains power to the control panel fails, the
standby battery will take over and maintain the
system. In order to safeguard the battery from full
discharge the control panel automatically
isolates the standby battery when its voltage falls
below 9.5V. When the mains power is restored
the system will power-up and reconnect the
battery, then continue to recharge.
12
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Extension loudspeaker MUST NOT be
wired in the same multi-core as network or
detection circuit cabling.
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External Sounders
Printer
The control panel has one external sounder
output to drive standard SAB or SCB modules,
additional external sounders can be driven from
Nodes using a relay interface RM3A. When
using a Node to drive an external sounder it is
recommended that a remote power supply is
fitted next to the Node to provide the power for
the external sounder. The tamper for the
external sounder can be monitored using one
of the Node detection circuits.
A DATAC printer or any serial RS232 printer can
be connected to the control panel via a MPA or
DCI (printer adaptor). The printer can be used to
obtain a full printout of the system
programming or event log. It can also be left
connected and used as an on-line printer, i.e.,
all system events are printed as and when they
occur.
Plug-on Digital Communicator
The DC54 (4 channel) or DC58 (8 channel) can
be plugged onto the control panel so that
alarm status information can be transferred to
an Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC). The DC58
also offers the additional facility of reporting
separate account numbers per ward. You can
program all data for the digital communicator
the control panel and a NETLCD keypad.
Plug-on Digi-modem
The DC58M is a combined 8 channel digital
communicator and V21 modem. The digital
communicator also offers the additional facility
of reporting separate account numbers per
ward. If required the digicom can be disabled
so that only the modem facilities are provided.
The V21 modem is required to allow uploading
and downloading of system data via a PC using
Menvier Lineload software.
RedCARE or Stand-alone Digicom
Eight programmable switched -ve @100mA
outputs are provided on the control panel to
allow connection to a stand-alone RedCARE
unit such as the Versus 3GSTU or DA BlueSTU. The
STU can be mounted inside the control panel
underneath the main PCB.
Output Modules
An output module (CPA6.OM) provides eight
switched -ve outputs @ 100mA, which can be
used to drive LED’s or relays. The control panel
has a connector which allows one or more
output modules to be daisy-chained together.
The output modules can then be programmed
to give ward status information and/or circuit
alarm/mimic indications.
The XNode also has a connector for a single
output module, but the outputs will only mimic
the eight detection circuits of the XNode.
Networker Interface Boards
The Networker Interface Boards (NIBs) can be
used when cable runs between Nodes or
remote keypads exceed 100 metres. The NIBs
are supplied as a driver unit and receiver unit.
The driver unit connects to the output of the
control panel or Node and the receiver unit can
be connected up to 1 kilometre away. A
separate remote power supply unit will be
required to power the receiver unit and the
remainder of equipment on the network.
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TS2500 Control Panel
Installation Procedure
1. Open the control panel by removing three
screws from the front cover. Remove the
cover and disconnect the earth bonding
cable from the spade connection on on the
transformer.
2. Note the position of the cable entries as
follows:
(a) Ten 20mm cable entries for detection,
alarm and remote keypad cables.
(b) A 20mm cable entry for mains (230V)
below the mains input terminal block.
The mains cable must enter the control
panel through its own cable entry and must
not be mixed with other cables.
3. Hold the control panel back box in the
required position and mark the centre of the
middle fixing position. Remove the back
box, drill and plug the hole.
4. Screw a No 10 screw into the plugged hole.
Re-position the back box and mark the
remaining two securing holes. Remove the
back box, drill and plug the holes.
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5. Re-position the back box and pass all
cables into the base via the appropriate
cable entries, remembering to fit grommeyts
where necessary.
6. Secure the back box using not less than
30mm x No 10 screws through the three
securing holes.
7. If required install and connect the following:
(a) Stand alone digicom or RedCARE STU or
other signalling device.
(b) Plug-on digicom type DC54, DC58 or
DC58M.
(c) Output modules type CPA6.OM.
(d) Printer type DATAC or serial RS232 via a
printer adaptor (DCI/MPA).
(e) Relay module type RM3A.
When replacing the cover, always ensure
that the earth bonding lead is connected to
the spade connection on the transformer.
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Figure 8. TS2500 control Panel Layout
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Mains Connection
The mains supply is connected to a 3 way “Euro
Type” fused terminal block,which is fitted with a
315mA fuse.
+
All electrical connections should be
carried out by a qualified electrician and must
comply with the current IEE regulations.
To comply with European regulations the
supply should be fed from a readily accessible
disconnect device, e.g. un-switched fused
spur.
When making mains connections it
should be ensured that if the cable slips in such
a way as to place a strain on the conductors,
the protective earthing conductor will be the
last to take the strain.
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falls below 9.5V. When the mains power is
restored the system will power-up and the
reconnect the battery, then continue to
recharge. If the system is to be tested using only
the battery (no mains supply available) then the
“Kick Start” pins must be momentarily shorted to
enable the battery.
+
+
Figure 9. Mains Supply Connections
Battery Connections
A single 17Ah battery or two 7Ah batteries can
be installed inside the control panel to provide
continuous system operation in the event of a
mains failure. A set of battery leads are
provided in the spares pack to allow
connection between the battery and control
panel.
Figure 10. Battery Connections
If the mains power to the control panel fails, the
standby battery will take over and maintain the
system. In order to safeguard the battery from
full discharge the control panel automatically
isolates the standby battery when its voltage
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Figure 11. Main PCB Layout
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Connection Terminals, Plugs &
Indicators
The main PCB has the following connectors etc.
1
Networks 1-8
Data networks for connecting nodes,
remote keypads and LECs. Each network is
protected by its respective fuse (30), the
fuse is in-line with the [A] connection of the
network
2
Auxiliary 12V
Three sets of auxiliary 12V terminals are
provided on the main PCB, each set
provides dc power for detectors etc. These
outputs are protected by a 1A fuse (32).
3
Battery Terminals
Connection terminals for the red and black
battery leads supplied inside the spares
pack.
4
Earth Terminal
Connection to mains earth.
5
AC Input Terminals
The output from the mains transformer is
connected into these two terminals.
6
External Sounder Terminals
This group of terminals are used for
connection to an external sounder, for full
details of their function see page 27.
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8
Speaker Terminals
Up to two 16W extension loudspeakers can
be connected across these two terminals.
The volume is controlled via a
programming option, see “Set Volume
Level” on page 85 .
Auxiliary Tampers 1 & 2
These terminals provide tamper protection
to auxiliary devices such as remote power
supplies, extension loudspeakers etc. If they
are not used they must be linked out.
9
Remote Reset Input
After a full alarm the system will require
resetting, normally this is done by the
engineer or via coded remote reset. By
applying a -ve to this input terminal it will
cause the system to reset after a full alarm.
This input could be connected to the
“Control” output on a RedCARE STU so that
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the central station can provide a “Remote
Reset” facility.
10 Line Fault Input
When this input is applied with a +ve signal
the system will generate a “Line Fault”
condition. In the unset condition the system
will generate a “Chime” tone every minute.
In the set condition any programmed bell
delay is cancelled.
11 +DC Power
This terminal provides the +12V power to
the stand-alone digital communicator or
RedCARE STU. This output is un-fused and
therefore must only be used if the device is
fitted inside the control panel housing.
12 Digicom Outputs 1 to 8
These are programmable outputs and are
normally connected to the input channels
on a stand-alone digital communicator or
RedCARE STU. The outputs are normally at
+12V and switch to 0V when active. The
outputs can be inverted so that they switch
from 0V to +12V when active, see
“Configuration” on page 48. Each output
will source 5mA in the +12V condition and
sink 100mA in the 0V condition.
13 Panel Outputs 1 to 4
These are programmable outputs that can
be used to drive relays and auxiliary
equipment. Output [1] is a set of voltage
free change over contact rated at 1Amp.
Output [-2] is a switched negative output
rated at 500mA. Outputs [+3] and [+4] are
switched positive outputs rated at 500mA.
14 Printer Output Port (JP1)
This 6-pin plug is used for connecting to
either a CPA6 printer or a standard RS232
printer via the DCI/MPA printer adaptor.
15 Output Module (JP2)
Output modules type CPA6.OM can be
connected to this 5-pin plug, and are used
to provide switched -ve outputs to
LED’s/relays etc. The outputs can be
programmed such that they give ward
status information and/or circuit
mimic/alarm indications.
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16 LEC 1 (JP3) / LEC 2 (JP4)
Two TSLEC8 PCBs can be connected via an
interface lead to these connectors. The
interface lead is provided with the TSLEC8.
17 Factory Restart (JP5)
If these pins are shorted during power-up all
system parameters are reset to their factory
default settings. If the engineer’s passcode
is lost or forgotten it can be reset to 1234
without losing any other program data as
follows:
(a) Ensure that the system is fully unset and a
master user passcode is available.
(b) Remove the cover from the control panel,
this will cause a panel lid tamper alarm.
(c) Enter the master user passcode to silence
the alarm.
(d) Place the blade of a small screwdriver
between the “FACTORY RESTART” pins. A
multi-tone sound indicates that the
engineer’s passcode has been reset.
This action will be recorded in the
system log.
18 System Learn (JP6)
If these pins are shorted whilst the system is
powered, the control panel will re-learn all
devices on all eight networks. If after a
system learn the number of devices or
device types have changed the display will
show "RELEARN REQUIRED". In order to clear
this message you must confirm the number
of network device using the "Confirm
Network Devices" option, see page 71.
19 Digi-Modem Plug (JP7)
A plug-on digicom or digi-Modem may be
connected to this 7-pin plug to allow panel
alarm information to be transferred to an
alarm receiving centre. The digi-Modem is
used for remote communication and
programming via a P.C. A PCI/DCI lead
also is also available which connects to this
plug when using a P.C. with Lineload
software for direct communication with the
control panel.
20 Comms Port (JP8)
High speed serial communications port
COM1 (for future use).
21 Engineer s Remote Keypad Plug (JP9)
Normally all system programming will be
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carried out from one of the installed
remote keypads. However, an engineers
remote keypad can be temporarily
connected to this 6-pin plug to allow
programming and testing to be carried out
at the control panel. This feature can only
be used if Network 1 does not have any
XNodes connected to it, any keypads
addressed as 'ENG' or LECs addressed as
'NULL'.
22 Kick Start (JP10)
If the system is to be powered only from the
battery (no mains supply available) then
the “Kick Start” pins must be momentarily
shorted to enable the battery.
23 Power LED
This LED indicates that the system power
(mains or battery) is healthy.
24 Heartbeat LED
When the system is functioning correctly this
LED will continually flash on and off. If a
fault occurs on the main PCB this LED will
stop flashing.
25 Battery Fault
If the system battery is incorrectly
connected to the control panel the “Battery
Fault” LED will illuminate. The fault LED will
only extinguish when the battery has been
correctly connected or replaced.
26 NVM Upper & Lower
Two removable non-volatile memory (NVM)
devices that store all system program
parameters and the 4000 log events.
27 EPROM Upper & Lower
Two removable memory devices that store
the operating software for the TS2500
system.
28 System Current Measurement (V)
The system current consumption can be
calculated by measuring the voltage
across this test point on the main PCB. Using
a Voltmeter set to a low Voltage range
measure the Voltage across the test point
and multiply the reading by 10 to give the
Total system current consumption i.e., a
reading of 70mV = 700mA.
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29 Tamper Switch
The lid tamper protection for the control
panel.
30 Network Fuses 1 to 8
The supply voltage across [A] and [B]
terminals each network is protected by its
own fuse (1Amp).
31 Bell Fuse
The supply voltage across the [H/O+] and
[H/O-] terminals that supply the external
sounder is protected by this 1 Amp fuse.
32 Aux 12V Fuse
The supply voltage across the auxiliary 12V
terminals are protected by this 1 Amp fuse.
Remote Keypads
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PCB Layouts & Connections
1
Each remote keypad has two
programmable detection circuits.
2
3
4
5
6
NETLED Remote Keypad
The NETLED remote keypad has a 4 character
LED display.
The NETARM remote arming station only has two
indicator LED’s, a power LED and a
programmable function LED which follows the
programmable output.
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The NETARM remote arming station is
limited to setting, unsetting and part-setting,
and cannot be used for system programming.
Keys 1 and 3 PA Enable
Leave this link intact to enable PA alarm on
keys 1 and 3. When a user presses 1 and 3
together the control panel sounds a PA
alarm. Cutting the link ensures that when a
user presses keys 1 and 3, the control panel
reports an alarm from zone A on the
keypad. The alarm type will depend on
how the zone type is programmed in the
control panel.
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NETARM Remote Arming Station
Ward Sounder Control.
If this jumper link is set to the “disabled”
position, the remote keypad sounder will
follow the control panel speaker output. If
this link is set to “enabled”, the remote
keypad sounder will only activate when the
panel speaker and the output on the
remote keypad are active at the same
time.
The NETSTAR remote keypad is limited to
setting, unsetting and part-setting, and cannot
be used for system programming. The display
will always show the system time.
The NETLED remote keypad is limited to
setting, unsetting and part-setting, and cannot
be used for system programming. The display
will always show the system time.
Remote I/D.
Used to select the remote keypads
address. (ENG = Engineer).
The NETLCD remote keypad has a 32 character
back-lit Liquid Crystal Display (LCD). The system
must have at least one NETLCD remote keypad
fitted in order for system programming to be
carried out.
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LED Mimic.
If this jumper link is set to the “enabled”
position, the red (ü) LED on the keypad will
be “ON” when the keypad output is active.
NETLCD Remote Keypad
The NETSTAR remote keypad has a 8 character
back-lit starburst Liquid Crystal Display (LCD).
Loudspeaker Volume.
For adjusting the volume of a speaker wired
to the remote keypad (NETLCD only).
Four types of remote keypads are available:
NETSTAR Remote Keypad
Detection Circuits.
7
Loudspeaker Output.
This terminal can be connected to a single
16 W Loudspeaker (NETLCD only).
8
Network Connections & O/P.
Terminals A to E are used to connect the
remote keypad to the control panel
network. The O/P terminal is the
programmable output.
9
Tamper Switch.
Remote Keypad case tamper
10 Keypad Proximity Option.
Pins for plugging on a TSNETPROX proximity
reader module
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11 ENT Key Disable.
If the “ENT” key is enabled the remote
keypad can be used to set/unset and
access all user menus. If the “ENT” key is
disabled the remote keypad can only be
used to set and unset the system.
Figure 12. NETLCD, NETLED & NETARM PCB Layout
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Installing a Remote Keypad on the
XNode
1. Separate the cover and base by using a flat
blade screwdriver to gently prise the two
halves apart. Then lift the cover assembly
away from the base, noting that the PCB is
connected to the under side of the cover.
2. Hold the base in position (keyhole to the top)
and mark the appropriate securing holes,
drill and plug the wall as required. Pass all
cables into the base via the cable entry
points as appropriate and secure the base
to the wall.
3. Connect the network cables to the
appropriate terminals.
4. Set the I/D jumper link to the required
position, see table below, ensuring no two
remote keypads on the same Node have
the same I/D.
5. Set the “Remote Zone Enable” switch on the
XNode to enable zones in the remote
keypads as required.
6. If installing the NETSTAR, NETLED or NETARM it
is recommended that the “ENT Key Disable”
jumper is set to the disabled position. This
will ensure that the keypad functions are
limited to setting and unsetting.
7. Finally clip the remote keypad cover onto
the base being careful not to trap any
cables or to obstruct the tamper switch.
Remote Keypads connected to XNodes
I/D
Circuit A
Circuit B
Output
1
Node Circuit A Node Circuit B Node Output A
2
Node Circuit C Node Circuit D Node Output B
3
Node Circuit E Node Circuit F Node Output A
4
Node Circuit G Node Circuit H Node Output B
ENG N/A
N/A
N/A
Figure 13. NETSTAR PCB Layout
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Installing a Keypad on to the Network
1. Separate the cover and base by using a flat
blade screwdriver to gently prise the two
halves apart. Then lift the cover assembly
away from the base, noting that the PCB is
connected to the under side of the cover.
2. Hold the base in position (keyhole to the top)
and mark the appropriate securing holes,
drill and plug the wall as required. Pass all
cables into the base via the cable entry
points as appropriate and secure the base
to the wall.
3. Connect the cables to the appropriate
terminals.
4. Set the I/D selector jumper link to the
required position, see table below, ensuring
no two remote keypads, LECs or nodes have
the same I/D.
5. Finally clip the remote keypad cover onto
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the base being careful not to trap any
cables or to obstruct the tamper switch.
Remote Keypads connected to the Network
I/D
Circuit A
Circuit B
Output
1
N001
N002
N01A
2
N009
N010
N02A
3
N017
N018
N03A
4
N025
N026
N04A
ENG
N033
N034
N05A
N = Network Number (1 - 8)
XNode
The XNode is very similar to that of TS900 Node
in that it provides the facility to add an extra
eight programmable detection circuits and two
programmable outputs. However, the XNode
can also drive extension loudspeakers, up to 4
remote keypads and an output module. The
maximum number of XNodes that can be
connected to any one network is 16.
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Extension
speaker
(TS2500 mode only)
Zone enable
selector
(TS2500 mode only)
Output module
connector
Auxiliary 12V
(for detectors)
AUX 12V SPEAKER
+
OUTPUT MODULE
TH
ZH
CIRCUIT H
TG
ZG
CIRCUIT G
TS900
Fit jumper-link
to disable
tamper switch
JP5 FITTED =
NO TAMPER
Auxiliary 12V
fuse (500mA)
Remote keypad
fuse (500mA)
ABFG
NETWORK IN
- + A B
O/P
AUX 12V
Tamper switch
JP5
AUX 12V
500mA
REMOTE
500mA
A BNODE
FG
Auxiliary 12V output
(for powering detectors)
JP4
NODE I/D
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Control panel mains
power indicator
On = mains on
Flashing = mains off
3 4
TS2500
ZD
TD
CIRCUIT D
From previous
XNode
TS2500
ZC
TC
CIRCUIT C
Programmable
detection
circuits A - D
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
TS900
ZB
TB
CIRCUIT B
XNode type
TS900 or
TS2500
1 2
NODE
NETWORK OUT
ZA
TA
CIRCUIT A
I/D selector
(1-5 for TS900 mode
1-16 for TS2500 mode)
REMOTE ZONE
ENABLE
SPEAKER
VOLUME
Programmable
detection
circuits E - H
TF
ZF
CIRCUIT F
-
TE
ZE
CIRCUIT E
+ -
Speaker
volume control
ABCDE
REMOTE KEYPAD NETWORK
To next XNode
Programmable outputs:
[A+] = switched +ve @100mA
[B -] = switched -ve @100mA
Connections to remote keypads
(4 kpds max in TS2500 mode only)
Figure 14. Xnode Layout
TS2500 mode
TS900
mode
I/D
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Detection Circuits
A
B
C
N001 N002 N003
N009 N010 N011
N017 N018 N019
N025 N026 N027
N033 N034 N035
N041 N042 N043
N049 N050 N051
N057 N058 N059
N065 N066 N067
N073 N074 N075
N081 N082 N083
N089 N090 N091
N097 N098 N099
N105 N106 N107
N113 N114 N115
N121 N122 N123
N = Network number (1 - 8)
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D
N004
N012
N020
N028
N036
N044
N052
N060
N068
N076
N084
N092
N100
N108
N116
N124
E
N005
N013
N021
N029
N037
N045
N053
N061
N069
N077
N085
N093
N101
N109
N117
N125
F
N006
N014
N022
N030
N038
N046
N054
N062
N070
N078
N086
N094
N102
N110
N118
N126
G
N007
N015
N023
N031
N039
N047
N055
N063
N071
N079
N087
N095
N103
N111
N119
N127
H
N008
N016
N024
N032
N040
N048
N056
N064
N072
N080
N088
N096
N104
N112
N120
N128
Node Outputs
A+
BN01A N01B
N02A N02B
N03A N03B
N04A N04B
N05A N05B
N06A N06B
N07A N07B
N08A N08B
N09A N09B
N10A N10B
N11A N11B
N12A N12B
N13A N13B
N14A N14B
N15A N15B
N16A N16B
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Installing an XNode
1. Separate the cover and base by using a
screwdriver to push 2 of the clips (left or right)
inward from the base indents, then lift the
cover clear.
2. If the XNode is being fitted inside the control
panel you may remove the XNode PCB from
its base and secure it to the base of the
control panel using self adhesive feet. If
required, the tamper switch can be disabled
by fitting the jumper link across JP5, see
Figure 14.
3. If the XNode is being fitted outside the
control panel, hold the base in position and
mark the four securing holes. Drill and plug
the wall as required, then pass all cables into
the base via the cable entry points as
appropriate. Secure the base to the wall
using the appropriate fixing screws.
4. Connect the network data cables to the
appropriate terminals.
5. If required, connect the remote keypad
network cables to the appropriate terminals.
6. If required, connect the extension
loudspeaker to the appropriate terminals.
The volume of the speaker is controlled by
the speaker volume control, see Figure 14.
7. Set the I/D selector jumper link to the
required position, see the table below,
ensuring no two XNodes on the same
network have the same I/D.
8. Set the “Remote Zone Enable” switch on the
XNode to enable or disable the zones in the
remote keypads as required.
9. Set JP4 to the TS2500 position.
10. Finally clip the XNode cover onto the base
being careful not to trap any cables or to
obstruct the tamper switch.
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TS900 Node (Obsolete)
The TS900 Node is obsolete. Cooper Security Ltd
recommend that you use Xnodes for all new
installations. The TS900 Node allowed the facility
to add an extra eight programmable detection
circuits and two programmable outputs. Up to
five can be connected to any one network.
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TS900 Nodes and XNodes addressed as
TS2500 Xnodes (using JP4) cannot be
connected on the same network.
If required, the tamper switch can be disabled
by fitting the jumper link across JP2, see Figure
15.
The table below shows the available positions
for the I/D selector jumper link. Ensure that no
two nodes, remote keypads or LEC’s on the
same network have the same I/D.
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Figure 15. TS900 Node Layout
I/D
1
2
3
4
5
Detection Circuits
A
B
N001
N002
N009
N010
N017
N018
N025
N026
N033
N034
C
N003
N011
N019
N027
N035
N = Network number (1 - 8)
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D
N004
N012
N020
N028
N036
E
N005
N013
N021
N029
N037
F
N006
N014
N022
N030
N038
G
N007
N015
N023
N031
N039
H
N008
N016
N024
N032
N040
Node Outputs
A+
BN01A
N01B
N02A
N02B
N03A
N03B
N04A
N04B
N05A
N05B
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Node remotely the maximum cable length is
100m. Note that the supply voltage at the ID
Node MUST be capable of supplying power for
all the detection devices connected to the
node. If there is not enough power then you
must fit a remote power supply to the node.
TS900 ID NODE
The TS900 ID Node provides an ID Detector
Loop allowing you to connect up to 30 ID
devices. The ID Node simulates normal Nodes
and has several options allowing you to use the
TS900 ID Node on its own or with existing TS900
Nodes or XNodes.
Notes: 1. The total number of zones available
from two ID Nodes on one Network is 40. (This
because the maximum number of TS900 Nodes
on any one Network is five.) To achieve this
address the first ID Node to simulate Nodes 1, 2
and 3, and address the second ID Node to
simulate nodes 4 and 5 (see "Address Bit Switch
Options" below).
2. Put a jumper on JP4 in the "TS900" position for
any XNode sharing a Network with ID Nodes or
TS900 Nodes.
Installing a TS900 ID NODE
You can site the ID Node either inside the
control panel or remotely. If you site the ID
1. Separate the cover. Use a screwdriver to
push two of the clips (left or right) inwards
from the base indents and lift the cover
clear.
2. To fit an ID Node inside the control panel
remove the ID Node PCB from its base and
secure it inside the control panel using selfadhesive feet. Disable the ID Node tamper
switch, if necessary, by fitting the jumper link
across JP2 (see Figure 16).
3. To fit an ID Node remotely, hold the base in
position and mark the four securing holes.
Drill and plug the wall as required. Pass all
cables into the base through the cable entry
points as necessary. Secure the base to the
wall using the appropriate fixing screws.
Fit jumper link to disable
tamper switch
Tamper switch
Cable
Entry
JP2
ON
OFF
Address
Bit-Switch
JP2
FITTED
NO
TAMPER
TS900 I.D. NODE
1
2
3
4
OUTPUTS
A+
Output Module
Connector
OUTPUT
MODULE
Switched +ve
Outputs
B+
C+
D+
Cable
Entry
1 AMP
AUX 12V
Cable
Entry
+
1 Amp Auxilliary
Fuse
E-
Switched -ve
Outputs
FGH-
Node Network
’IN’ connections
+ AUX
12V
+ - C D E
DTR REMOTE
LOOPNETWORK
A B F G
NETWORK IN
Node Network
’OUT’ connections
A B F G
NETWORK OUT
Cable
Entry
Mains power indicator
(flashes when mains
power is off)
Auxilliary 12V output for Detector
powering detectors
Loop
Loop-in connections for
the Remote Network
Figure 16. TS900 ID NODE PCB Layout
1
ON
off
ON
off
2
off
ON
off
ON
3
off
off
off
off
4
off
off
ON
ON
Nodes Simulated
1, 2, 3 & 4
5
1, 2 & 3
4&5
Biscuits Addressed
1 to 30
1 to 8
1 to 24
1 to 16
Node Outputs
1-8 (A-H)
9-10 (A-B)
1-6 (A-F)
7-10 (A-D)
Address Bit Switch Options
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4. Connect “Node Network” cables to the
appropriate terminals (see Figure 16).
5. Connect the ID Detection Loop to the +
and - DTR Loop terminals. Take power for the
detectors from the + and - AUX 12V
terminals (see Figure 16).
Set the Address Bit-Switch to the required
position (see table below).
For more information see “TS900 ID Node
Installation Instructions” part number 18981.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
The TS700 LEC allows the facility to add an extra
two programmable detection circuits and one
programmable output. Up to five can be
connected to a network. The TS700 LEC would
normally be used when upgrading existing
systems that have two zone expansion devices,
such as the CPA6 MKII.
the cable entry points. Secure the base to
the wall using the appropriate fixing screws.
Connect network data cables to the
appropriate terminals.
Connect detection circuit cables to the
appropriate terminals.
Set the I/D selector jumper link to the
required position, see the table below,
ensuring no two nodes, remote keypads or
LEC’s on the same network have the same
I/D.
Fit the PCB into the base being careful not to
trap cables or to obstruct the tamper switch.
TS700 LECs connected to the Network
I/D
Circuit A
Circuit B
Output
1
N001
N002
N01A
2
N009
N010
N02A
3
N017
N018
N03A
4
N025
N026
N04A
Null N033
N034
N05A
N = Network Number (1 - 8)
TSLEC8
The TSLEC8s are designed to fit inside the
control panel, each LEC allows the facility to
add an extra eight programmable detection
circuits to the system. Mounting space and
holes have been provided inside the control
panel to allow two TSLEC8s to be fitted. The
TSLEC8s are assigned to “Network 0".
Figure 17. TS700 LEC Layout
Installing a TS700 LEC
1. Separate the cover and base of the LEC by
using a screwdriver to push 2 of the clips (left
or right) inward from the base indents, then
lift the cover clear.
2. If the LEC is being fitted inside the control
panel remove the LEC PCB from its base
and secure it to the base of the control
panel using self adhesive feet. If required,
the tamper switch can be disabled by fitting
the jumper link across JP2, see Figure 17.
3. If the LEC is being fitted outside the control
panel, hold the base in position and mark
the two securing holes. Drill and plug the
wall, then pass all cables into the base via
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Figure 18. TSLEC8 Layout
Installing the TSLEC8
1. Insert the four mounting pillars provided into
the four holes in the TSLEC8 and secure in
the base of the control panel.
2. Connect one end of the interface lead into
the TSLEC8 and the other into the control
panel connector LEC 1 (detection circuits
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0001 to 0008) or LEC 2 (detection circuits
0009 to 0016).
3. Connect detection circuit wiring to the
appropriate terminals.
Detection Circuit Wiring
All detection circuits may be wired as “End Of
Line” (EOL) or ”Double Pole" (DP). Both methods
can be used on the same equipment.
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·
Loop resistance with the EOL resistor shorted
must be less than 100 Ohms.
·
The maximum number of detection devices
allowed in a circuit is ten.
·
Normally open devices such as exit
terminator buttons are connected in the
same way as normally closed devices and
then must be programmed with the “Invert”
attribute.
·
If the detection circuit is not used links can
be fitted across the zone and tamper loops
or programmed as Not Used.
Double Pole
The DP method requires the following:
·
The detector alarm and tamper contacts
are connected to the zone and tamper
terminals respectively.
·
The combined alarm and tamper loop
resistance must be less than 100 Ohms.
·
The maximum number of detection devices
allowed in a circuit is ten.
·
Normally open devices such as exit
terminator buttons are connected across
the zone terminals and then must be
programmed with the “Invert” attribute.
·
If the detection circuit is not used links can
be fitted across the zone and tamper loops
or programmed as “Not Used”.
Figure 20. End of Line Wiring
External Sounders
Control Panel Sounder Connections
The following terminals have been provided to
allow connections to an external sounder:
Figure 19. Double Pole Wiring
End Of Line
The EOL method requires the following:
·
The detector alarm contacts must have a
4K7 shunt resistor fitted.
·
A 2K2 End of Line (EOL) resistor must be
fitted at the point in the circuit furthest from
the control panel.
H/O+ This is used to provide a permanent +ve
hold off to external sounders, strobes
etc. It is protected by a 1A fuse (Bell
12V).
H/O - This is used to provide a permanent -ve
hold off to external sounders, strobes
etc.
TR This is the negative tamper return
connection from the external sounder
unit.
STB This is the strobe trigger output which
switches to 0V on alarm and is rated at
500mA. Normally this output is
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connected to the strobe -ve , the strobe
+ve is connected to [H/O+].
This is the bell trigger output which
switches to 0V on alarm and is rated at
500mA. This output can be
programmed for SAB or SCB operation,
and operates as follows:
SAB - Switches to 0V on alarm and
provides a maximum of 500mA.
SCB - Provides a negative hold off
(500mA), which is removed on alarm.
TRG -
programming option, see "Set Volume Level" on
page 85. The control panel loudspeaker can
also be assigned to one or more wards so that it
only operates under relevant conditions.
XNode Connections
Up to two extension loudspeakers can be
connected across the [+] and [-] SPEAKER
terminals on the XNode PCB. The volume for the
loudspeaker is controlled via the “SPEAKER
VOLUME.” control. The XNode loudspeaker can
also be assigned to one or more wards so that it
only operates under relevant conditions.
Figure 21. External Sounder Connections
Installing an External Sounder from a
XNode
Both the TS900 Node and XNode have two
programmable outputs, these can be utilised to
drive an external sounder. However, it is
recommended that a remote power supply is
fitted next to the XNode in order to provide
sufficient power for the external sounder. A relay
module such as the Menvier RM3A is also
required to drive the external sounder. The figure
below shows the connection details.
COIL +
+
-
Aux
12V
RLY 2
COIL COIL +
COM
RLY 1
RLY 2 N/O
COIL -
A+
B-
SPARE 2
TAMPER
COM
RLY 1
N/C
SPARE 3
SPARE 4
STROBE +
CIRCUIT X
Aux
0V
SAB
MODULE
STROBE-
ZX
TAMPER OUT
Program circuit as:
TAMPER with the
INVERT attribute
TAMPER IN
REMOTE
POWER
SUPPLY
TRIGGER
12V
0V
+12V
0V
Figure 22. External Sounder Connections - Node
Extension Loudspeakers
Control Panel Connections
Up to two extension loudspeakers can be
connected across the [+] and [-] SPEAKER
terminals on the control panel PCB. The volume
for the loudspeaker is controlled via a
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A stand-alone digital communicator, RedCARE
STU or Paknet interface card can be connected
to the system to transfer panel status
information to a dedicated Alarm Receiving
Centre.
The control panel has the following outputs for
connection to a digicom/RedCARE:
N/O
RM3A
TX
RedCARE or Stand-alone Digicom
N/C
SPARE 1
TAMPER
NODE
Figure 23. Loudspeaker Connections
Digicom Outputs 1 to 8
These are the programmable
digicom/RedCARE output connections. They are
normally at +12V and switch to 0V when active.
The outputs can be inverted so that they switch
from 0V to +12V when active, see
“Configuration” on page 48. Each output will
source 5mA in the +12V condition and sink
100mA in the 0V condition.
+DC POWER
This provides the +12V power to the
digicom/RedCARE. This output is un-fused and
therefore must only be used if the device is
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fitted inside the control panel. The 0V supply for
the digicom/STU can be picked up from any of
the auxiliary 0V terminals.
LINE FLT
When this input is switched to +12V, a “Line
Fault” condition is generated. A “Line Fault”
condition in the unset mode will cause a
“Chime” type tone to be generated every
minute, which can be silenced by entering any
valid passcode. A “Line Fault” condition in the
set mode will cancel the “Bell Delay”.
Figure 25. DC54/DC58 Connections
DC58M Plug-on Digi-modem
Figure 24. 3GSTU RedCARE Connections
DC54/DC58 Plug-on Digicoms
A plug-on digital communicator DC54 or DC58
can be fitted inside the control panel to allow
alarm status information to be transferred to a
dedicated Alarm Receiving Centre. The unit
should be fitted in accordance with the
installation instructions supplied with it and
connected to the control panel plug DIGIMODEM (JP7) using the lead provided with the
unit. The NVM within the digicom can be
programmed via the control panel, see
“Digi/Modem options” on page 75.
A plug-on digi-modem DC58M can be fitted
inside the control panel to allow remote
interrogation and programming via a personal
computer (PC). It will also function as a standard
digicom (if required). The unit should be fitted in
accordance with the installation instructions
supplied with it and connected to the control
panel plug DIGI-MODEM using the lead
provided with the DC58M. The NVM within the
digi-modem can be programmed via the
control panel, see “Digi/Modem options” on
page 75. The modem data is also
programmed via the control panel.
Figure 26. DC58M Digi-Modem Schematic
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“Configuration” on page 50) events will be
printed as and when they occur.
Output Modules (CPA6OM)
The Output Module provides eight switched -ve
outputs each rated at 100mA. They can be
used to drive LED’s or relays etc. Each module is
supplied with an interface lead which allows it
to be connected to the control panel or
XNode. Output modules are normally fitted
inside the equipment they are controlling and
can be positioned up to 100 metres away.
Control Panel Connections
When connected to the control panel the
output modules can be programmed to give
ward status indications and/or circuit
mimic/alarm indications.
XNode Connections
When connected to the XNode, the output
module will provide circuit mimic indications for
the eight detection circuits of the XNode.
Using the DATAC / RS232 Printer
1. Plug the DCI/MPA on to the PRINTER plug
(JP1) on the main control panel PCB.
2. Plug the other end of the DCI/MPA into the
DATAC or RS232 printer.
3. In order for the printer to work correctly
ensure the printer is set to the following:
Baud rate = 4800
Parity
= None
Start bits
=1
Stop bits
=2
Data bits
=8
DTR
= Normal
4. When set-up correctly the system program
details and event log can be printed.
5. When finished unplug the MPA/DCI. If the
printer is left connected and the on-line
printer option is enabled (see
“Configuration” on page 50) events will be
printed as and when they occur.
Figure 27. Output Module Connections
Connecting a Printer
The TS2500 supports two type of printers, the
CPA6 printer (no longer available) and any
standard RS232 printer. When using an RS232
printer a DCI/MPA printer adaptor will be
required. Menvier Security supply a DATAC
printer kit which consists of a portable RS232
printer, charger unit and DCI/MPA adaptor.
Using the CPA6 Printer
1. Plug the CPA6 printer directly on to the
PRINTER plug (JP1) on the main control panel
PCB.
2. The printer will printout a header, when
finished the system program details and
event log can be printed.
3. When finished unplug the printer. If the
printer is left connected and the on-line
printer option is enabled (see
Figure 28. Printer Connections
Programmable Outputs
The TS2500 system has many programmable
outputs which can be used to drive relays, LED’s
etc. Each output can be programmed for a
different function, see “Programmable Output
Types” on pages 35 to 41.
Control Panel Outputs
The control panel has four programmable
outputs:
[1]
[-2-]
30
Set of voltage free change-over
contacts rated at 1 Amp.
Switched -ve output rated at 500mA.
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[+4]
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Switched +ve output rated at 500mA.
Switched +ve output rated at 500mA.
Node Outputs
Switched -ve output rated at 100mA.
Remote Keypads & TS700.LECs
Each remote keypad and TS700 LEC has one
programmable output:
Each XNode and TS900 Node has two
programmable outputs:
[+A]
[-B ]
[O/P]
Switched -ve output rated at 100mA.
Switched +ve output rated at 100mA.
Figure 29. Output Examples
Monitoring a Remote Power Supply
By using a 519FM fault monitor PCB you can
configure the TS2500 to monitor a 519XB power
supply unit . The 519FM plugs directly onto JP1
on the 519XB PCB.
The 519FM PCB monitors any combination of:
·
Supply Failure (mains)
·
Low Battery Voltage
·
12V Failure (fuse failure)
To monitor all the above fault conditions,
connect the outputs on the 519FM to three
detection circuits. Programmed the circuits as
Auxiliary circuits as shown in Figure 30.
If required, you can "load test" the PSU battery
periodically by connecting a switched +ve
output to the 519FM BATT TEST terminal. The
control unit tests the battery at preprogrammed intervals and every time the
engineer logs off the system.
Communication to an ARC
If you want the control unit to communicate PSU
faults to the ARC then consult the table under
Figure 30. See also the example on page 73.
Program the appropriate Digi output/channel
(Eng. 1-2/3) as "Custom output X". Inform your
ARC that this is your "Remote PSU low battery",
"Supply fail", or "12V fail" channel as
appropriate.
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Auxilliary
XNODE
CIRCUIT C
Auxilliary
CIRCUIT B
Auxilliary
CIRCUIT A
Program As:-
Battery
Test (045) O/P
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Supply
Fail
Battery
Low
12V
Fail
Batt Test
0V
ZA
TA
ZB
TB
519 FM
ZC
2.
3.
4.
TC
A+
5.
Aux 0V
519 FM
OUTPUT
PANEL
CIRCUIT TEXT
ZONE TYPE
CUSTOM O/P CUSTOM O/P "X" CUSTOM O/P
"X" GATES 1-4 GATES 5
"X" GATES 6-8
SUPPLY FAIL
AUXILIARY
ALWAYS OFF
CCT MIMIC FOR
(55)
SUPPLY ZONE FAIL SET (08)
PSU A.C. FAIL
BATTERY LOW AUXILIARY
PSU BATT FAULT ALWAYS OFF
12V FAIL
PSU FUSE FAIL
AUXILIARY
CCT MIMIC FOR
SYSTEM/WARD
SYSTEM/WARD
(55)
SUPPLY ZONE FAIL SET (08)
ALWAYS OFF
CCT MIMIC FOR
(55)
SUPPLY ZONE FAIL SET (O8)
SYSTEM/WARD
Figure 30. Monitored Power Supply Connections
In the event of any of the above zones
activating the system will display the
appropriate message on the remote keypads.
In the above example the Digi channel/output
will only activate (inform the ARC) when the
system is set and the relevant alarm from the
PSU is active.
Pre Power-Up Checks
Once the system is installed, but prior to
powering-up give the system one final check to
ensure that:
1. The wiring conforms to the requirements
detailed in this manual and that all
connections are correct (A to A, B to B etc.).
2. All system cables are kept clear of mains
supply cables, telephone cables and R.F.
cables. It is recommended that cable ties
are used to keep cables separated.
3. Verify that maximum cable lengths and
resistance’s are not exceeded.
4. Mains power supply cables to the system are
connected to an un-switched fused spur.
5. Grommets are used where cables enter
metal housings to ensure that the cable
insulation is not compromised.
Initial Power-Up
To power the system for the first time:
1. Place a small screwdriver blade
between the pins on the control panel
PCB, marked FACTORY RESTART". This will
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ensure the factory default parameters are
set, see page 52 for a list of defaults.
Switch on the 230V mains supply and
remove the screwdriver blade after 5
seconds.
Check that the power LED on the control
panel PCB is illuminated.
Check that the remote keypads display
“Panel Lid tamper”. The remote keypad
sounders and extension loudspeakers will
operate.
Enter the engineers passcode (default 1234)
to silence the sounders.
Connect the standby battery.
Power-Up Checks
When the initial power-up checks have been
completed, check the following:
1. Switch off the 240V mains supply and ensure
that the DC voltage at each device on
each network is greater than 11V whilst the
system is powered from its standby battery.
2. Switch on the 240V mains supply and
measure the DC voltage between the mains
earth connection and AUX +12V. Then
measure the DC voltage between the mains
earth connection and AUX 0V. In both cases
the measurement should be 1V or less. If the
voltage is greater than 1V, the system has
an “Earth Fault” and all cables should be
checked for isolation to Earth.
3. Using a voltmeter measure the DC voltage
across the control panel PCB test points (V)
and calculate the system current
consumption. Ensure that the reading is not
greater than 1.5A.
4. Repeat test (3) with the system in an alarm
condition and ensure that the reading is not
greater than 1.5A.
The TS2500 has an overload protection
circuit. If the power supply is overloaded, the
display will show: “PSU OVERLOAD ! ! !” and
sounder will sound.
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Relearn Required Message
When you power up the system after a factory
restart, the remote keypads display "RELEARN
REQUIRED". On entering your engineer’s
passcode the system selects the "Confirm
Network Devices" option, see page 71. After
confirming the correct number of devices the
"RELEARN REQUIRED" message will be cleared.
Once cleared, entering your engineer’s
passcode will select "Engineers menu 1".
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Engineer’s Menu 1
Engineer’s Menu 1
Introduction
Engineers menu 1 is the first of four engineers
menus, which is selected when the engineer’s
passcode is entered. The Engineer may leave
“Engineer menu 1" by pressing the [ESC] key.
The system will return to the unset condition but
the remote keypads will show ”Engineer-onsite". This message will be cleared the next time
a valid user passcode is entered or by selecting
the log off engineer option in engineer's menu
1.
Menu contents
Hotkey
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
0
Option
Program Panel Outputs
Program Digicom Outputs
Program Digicom Channels
Program Circuits, Attributes & Wards
Program System Timers
Program Setting Modes
System Print-out
Program System Options
Program Configuration
View Location Text
Default NVM data
Log Off Engineer
Goto User Menu 1
Page
34
34
34
41
43
45
46
47
48
52
52
54
54
Engineer’s Menu 1
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Outputs 1 - 4 on the control panel PCB can be
programmed to any of the output types shown
on pages . The relay output [Output 1] can also
be Inverted, see “Configuration option 11” on
page 49 .
Digicom Outputs
Digicom Channels
The 8 plug-on digicom channels can be
programmed to any of the output types shown
on pages 35 to 41.
[1-2]
The 8 digicom outputs on the control panel PCB
can be programmed to any of the output types
shown on pages . In addition, all outputs can
be inverted, see “Configuration option 12” on
page 49.
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Programmable Output Types
The TS2500 output types are broken down in to
four specific groups:
Circuit Output types related to the status of
detection circuits 0001 to 8128.
System Output types related to the status of the
alarm system in general.
User
Output types related to the user codes
001 to 199 being used.
Ward Output types related to the status of
wards A to P.
Circuit Output Types
1
Mimic
Activates when the selected circuit is
active, deactivates when the selected
circuit is healthy.
2
Alarm
Activates when the selected circuit causes
an alarm, deactivates when alarm is reset.
3
Tamper
Activates when the selected circuit is in
tamper, deactivates when tamper is reset.
4
Test Fail
Activates when the selected circuit is
triggered whilst on test, deactivates when
the engineer clears the test failures.
5
Omit
Activates when the selected circuit is
omitted, deactivates when the selected
circuit is reinstated.
System Output Types
00 Bell (SAB)
Activates when the control panel bell
output is on, deactivates when the control
panel bell output is off.
01 System Strobe
Activate when the control panel strobe
output is on, deactivates when the control
panel strobe output is off.
02 Switch 12 Volts
Activates when any ward is set, deactivates
when any ward goes into alarm or entry
mode. This output is normally used for
latching detectors
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detectors (smoke detectors, shock sensors
etc.), deactivates for 2 seconds when a
code is entered to set the first ward.
04 Walk Test
Activates when the walk test option is
selected, deactivates when the walk test is
exited.
05 Alarm
Activates when any ward is in alarm,
deactivates when all ward alarms have
been reset.
06 Panic Alarm (PA)
Activates when any PA alarm is detected,
deactivates when all PA alarms have been
reset.
07 Fire Alarm
Activates when any fire alarm is detected,
deactivates when all fire alarms have been
reset.
08 System Set
Activates when any ward is set, deactivates
when all wards are unset.
09 Code Accepted
Activates for the duration of the “Access
Code Time” after any valid passcode has
been entered.
10 24hr Alarm
Activates when any 24Hr alarm is detected,
deactivates when all 24Hr alarms have
been reset.
11 Alarm Confirm
Activates when a different detector causes
an alarm (alarm confirmation) and remains
active until a user or engineer resets the
system.
12 Courtesy Light
Activates for the duration of the “Courtesy
Time” when any ward is in entry or if any
keypad is operated.
13 Engineer on site
Activates when the engineer’s code is
entered, deactivates when the engineer is
logged off.
03 Detector Reset
Active all the time to power latching
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14 Circuits Omitted
Activates when any circuit is omitted ,
deactivates when all circuits are reinstated.
15 Auxiliary Alarm
Activates when any ward auxiliary alarm is
activated, deactivates when all ward
auxiliary alarms are reset.
16 Always on
Active at all times.
17 Bell (SCB)
This is output type 00 inverted.
18 Auxiliary Fuse
Activates when the auxiliary fuse blows.
19 Auto-Setting
Activates for 1 minute prior to any ward
being set automatically.
20 Tamper Alarm
Activates when a tamper alarm is
triggered, deactivates when all tamper
alarms have been reset.
21 Phone Line Fault
Activates when a line fault is detected,
deactivates when the telephone line is
restored.
22 Mains Power Off
Activates when the mains power is
removed from the control panel,
deactivates when the mains power is
restored.
23 Exit / Entry
Activates when any ward is in entry or exit
mode.
24 Test CCTS Failed
Activates when any circuit fails test,
deactivates when reset by the engineer.
25 1st Knock
Activates when any double knock circuit
activates for the first time, deactivates
when the circuit is activated for the second
time or when the system is reset.
26 Digi Failed
Activates for 5 seconds when the digicom
fails to communicate (plug-on only).
27 Digi Successful
Activates for 5 seconds when the digicom
communicates successfully (plug-on only).
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28 Digi Active
Activates when the digicom is activated,
deactivates when the digicom has finished
communicating (plug-on only).
29 2nd entry only
Activates when any ward starts the second
entry timer, deactivates when the second
entry time expires.
30 Entry Only
Activates when any ward starts its entry
mode, deactivates when the ward is unset.
31 Exit Only
Activates when any ward starts its exit
mode, deactivates when the ward is set.
32 Custom o/p 1 on
Activates when a combination of output
conditions occur, see “Custom Outputs” on
page 73.
33 Custom o/p 2 on
Activates when a combination of output
conditions occur, see “Custom Outputs” on
page 73.
34 Custom o/p 3 on
Activates when a combination of output
conditions occur, see “Custom Outputs” on
page 73.
35 Custom o/p 4 on
Activates when a combination of output
conditions occur, see “Custom Outputs” on
page 73.
36 Custom o/p 5 on
Activates when a combination of output
conditions occur, see “Custom Outputs” on
page 73.
37 Custom o/p 6 on
Activates when a combination of output
conditions occur, see “Custom Outputs” on
page 73.
38 Custom o/p 7 on
Activates when a combination of output
conditions occur, see “Custom Outputs” on
page 73.
39 Custom o/p 8 on
Activates when a combination of output
conditions occur, see “Custom Outputs” on
page 73.
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40 Time Switch 1 On
This output is controlled by the settings of
“Time Switch 1" , see "Time Switches" on
page 64.
41 Time Switch 2 On
This output is controlled by the settings of
“Time Switch 2" , see "Time Switches" on
page 64.
42 Time Switch 3 On
This output is controlled by the settings of
“Time Switch 3" , see "Time Switches" on
page 64.
43 Access Code
If configuration option 29 is set to "Access
code only" this output will only activate
when an "Access" type passcode is
entered and will remain active for the
duration of the "Access Code Time". If
configuration option 29 is set to "Access all
codes" this output will activate when any
valid passcode is entered and will remain
active for the duration of the "Access Code
Time".
44 Payment Required
Activates when the “Payment Time” has
expired, deactivates when engineer resets
the system.
45 Battery Test On
Activates during the battery test and for the
duration of the “Battery Test” duration.
46 Rem Service Call
Activates when the system is on-line with a
remote PC and the Lineload software.
47 System Full Set
Activates when all defined wards are set,
deactivates when any ward is unset.
48 24hr Omit Active
Activates when the 24Hr omit group is
omitted, deactivates when the 24Hr group
is reinstated.
49 PC Output 1 On
This output is controlled by a PC with
Lineload software.
50 PC Output 2 On
This output is controlled by a PC with
Lineload software.
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51 PC Output 3 On
This output is controlled by a PC with
Lineload software.
52 PC Output 4 On
This output is controlled by a PC with
Lineload software.
53 Service Required
Activates when the “Service Time” has
expired, deactivates when the engineer
passcode is entered.
54 Reset Required
Activates when the system requires an
“Engineer Reset”, deactivates when the
system is reset either by the engineer or
Remote Reset.
55 Always Off
This output never activates
56 Duress Alarm
Activates when a duress code is entered,
deactivates when the duress alarm is reset.
57 System Part Set
Activates when any part of the system is
set, deactivates when all wards are unset or
the system is fully set.
58 Battery Fault
Activates when a battery fault occurs,
deactivates when the fault is cleared.
59 Set Failed
Activates when any ward fails to set,
deactivates when the set fail condition is
reset.
60 System Open
Activates when the system is unset,
deactivates when any part of the system is
set.
61 Shunt code
Activates for 5 seconds when a shunt code
is entered.
62 Random Output On
Activates randomly (between 5 and 60
minutes).
63 Modem Lockout
Activates when the modem is locked-out
(four failed attempts), deactivates when a
master code is entered or after 4 hours.
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64 Auxiliary 1 tamp
Activates when auxiliary tamper 1 is
activated, deactivates when the alarm is
reset.
65 Auxiliary 2 tamp
Activates when auxiliary tamper 2 is
activated, deactivates when the alarm is
reset.
66 Bell box tamper
Activates when the bell tamper is triggered,
deactivates when the alarm is reset.
67 Panel lid tamper
Activates when the panel lid tamper is
activated, deactivates when the alarm is
reset.
68 Chime Mimic
Activates for 2 seconds when any chime
circuit is activated.
69 24hr CCT Omitted
Activates when any 24Hr circuit is manually
omitted, deactivates when all omitted
circuits are reinstated.
70 Monitored O/P On
Activates when a monitored circuit is
triggered and stays active for the duration
of the “Monitor Cct Time”.
71 Alarm Abort
Activates for the duration of the "Abort
duration" timer when the alarm has been
aborted by the user .
72 Code Lock 1 on
Activates when “Code lock timer 1" is on,
deactivates when the timer is off.
73 Code Lock 2 on
Activates when “Code lock timer 2" is on,
deactivates when the timer is off.
74 Code Lock 3 on
Activates when “Code lock timer 3" is on,
deactivates when the timer is off.
75 Rem call enabled
Activates when a user enables remote
service call, deactivates when a user
disables remote service call or after four
hours.
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76 Auto-set timer 1
Activates when the “Auto-set timer 1" is on,
deactivates when timer is off.
77 Auto-set timer 2
Activates when the “Auto-set timer 2" is on,
deactivates when timer is off.
78 Auto-set timer 3
Activates when the “Auto-set timer 3" is on,
deactivates when timer is off.
79 Relearn Required
Activates when the system requires a
relearn, deactivates when the relearn has
been performed.
80 Custom cct 1
Activates when the custom circuit 1 is
triggered, deactivates when custom circuit
1 is reset.
81 Custom cct 2
Activates when the custom circuit 2 is
triggered, deactivates when custom circuit
2 is reset.
82 Custom cct 3
Activates when the custom circuit 3 is
triggered, deactivates when custom circuit
3 is reset.
83 Custom cct 4
Activates when the custom circuit 4 is
triggered, deactivates when custom circuit
4 is reset.
84 Custom cct 5
Activates when the custom circuit 5 is
triggered, deactivates when custom circuit
5 is reset.
85 Custom cct 6
Activates when the custom circuit 6 is
triggered, deactivates when custom circuit
6 is reset.
86 Custom cct 7
Activates when the custom circuit 7 is
triggered, deactivates when custom circuit
7 is reset.
87 Custom cct 8
Activates when the custom circuit 8 is
triggered, deactivates when custom circuit
8 is reset.
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88 Exit Fault
Activates when a circuit is in a fault
condition during exit, deactivates when the
fault is reset.
89 Strobe on Set
Activates when there is an alarm, and
deactivates when the alarm is cancelled
by the user. This output is also active for 10
seconds after a user sets the system with full
alarm response.
90 Active Omit
If an event triggers a latching circcuit type
(for example a door or break glass, but NOT
a PIR), and the circuit remains active until
the end of the confirmation time then the
control panel omits the active zone and
triggers the Active Omit output. The control
panel deactivates the output when a user
disarms the system.
91 Lockset Unlocked
Active when a lockset circuit is unlocked.
User Output Types
1
Code entered
If configuration option 26 is set as “Timed
Code Output” the output will activate when
the selected user passcode is entered and
deactivate when the “Access Code Time”
has expired.
If configuration option 26 is set as “Latched
Code Output” the output will activate when
the selected user passcode is entered and
deactivate when the selected user
passcode is re-entered.
Ward Output Types
00 Ward Bell-SAB
Activates when the selected ward is in
alarm, deactivates when the selected ward
bell duration timer expires.
01 Ward Strobe
Activate when the selected ward is in
alarm, deactivates when the selected ward
is reset.
02 Ward Switch 12
Activates when the selected ward is set,
deactivates when the selected ward is in
alarm or entry. This output is normally used
for latching detectors.
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03 Ward Det. Reset
Active all the time to power latching
detectors (smoke detectors, shock sensors
etc.), deactivates for 2 seconds when a
code is entered to set the selected ward.
04 Ward Walk Test
Activates when the selected ward is walk
tested, deactivates when the walk test is
exited.
05 Ward Alarm
Activates when the selected ward is in
alarm, deactivates when the selected ward
is reset.
06 Ward P.A. Alarm
Activates when the selected ward PA alarm
is detected, deactivates when the selected
ward PA alarm is reset.
07 Ward Fire Alm.
Activates when the selected ward Fire
alarm is detected, deactivates when the
selected ward Fire alarm is reset.
08 Ward Set
Activates when the selected ward is set,
deactivates when the selected ward is
unset.
09 Ward 2nd Entry
Activates when the selected ward second
entry timer is running.
10 Ward 24hr alm.
Activates when the selected ward 24Hr
alarm is detected, deactivates when the
selected ward 24Hr alarm is reset.
11 Alarm Confirm
Activates when a second detector causes
an alarm (alarm confirmation) and remains
active until a user or engineer resets the
system. Note that the second detector
may be in a separate ward from the first
detector. The control panel reports the
confirmed alarm for the ward containing
the second detector.
12 Ward Entry
Activates when the selected ward is in entry
mode, deactivates when the selected
ward is unset.
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13 Ward Exit
Activates when the selected ward is in exit
mode, deactivates when the selected
ward is set.
14 Ward CCTS Omit
Activates when the selected ward has any
circuits omitted, deactivates when all
circuits in the selected ward are reinstated.
15 Ward Access
If configuration option 29 is set to "Access
code only" this output will only activate
when an "Access" type passcode assigned
to the selected ward is entered and will
remain active for the duration of the
"Access Code Time". If configuration option
29 is set to "Access all codes" this output will
activate when any valid passcode
assigned to the selected ward is entered
and will remain active for the duration of
the "Access Code Time".
16 Ward Set Fail
Activates when the selected ward fails to
set, deactivate when the selected ward is
reset.
17 Ward Bell-SCB
Activates when the selected ward is not in
alarm, deactivates when the selected ward
bell triggers. Re-activates when ward bell
duration timer expires.
18 Ward Settling
Activates when the selected ward settling
timer is running.
19 Ward Clear
Activates when the selected ward is clear
of faults when setting, deactivates when
the selected ward has a fault during setting
or when ward is unset.
20 Ward Tamper
Activates when the selected ward detects
a tamper alarm, deactivates when the
selected ward tamper alarm is reset.
21 Ward Reset Req
Activates when the selected ward requires
a “Reset”, deactivates when the ward has
been reset.
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22 Ward Lock-Out
Activates when a security key is active in
the selected ward, deactivates when the
security key is healthy.
23 Ward Chime On
Activates when any circuit in the selected
ward causes a chime tone.
24 Ward 24hr Omit
Activates when the selected ward has one
or more 24hr circuits omitted, deactivates
when the selected ward has all its 24hr
circuits reinstated.
25 Ward Monitor
Activates when a monitored circuit is
triggered in the selected ward and stays
active for the duration of the “Monitor Cct
Time”.
26 Ward Alm Abort
Activates for the "Abort Duration" when the
alarm in the selected ward has been
aborted by the user.
27 Ward Exit Flt
Activates when the selected ward has a
fault during the setting procedure,
deactivates when the fault is cleared.
28 Ward Exit/Ent.
Activates when the selected ward is in entry
or exit.
29 Ward Sndr ctl.
Activates when the selected ward is in exit,
entry or alarm.
30 Ward Perimeter
Activates when the selected ward has a
Night Perimeter circuit in alarm, deactivates
when the alarm is reset.
31 Ward Shunted
Activates when the selected ward has one
or more circuit shunted, deactivates when
the circuits are reinstated.
32 Ward Auto set
Activates when the selected high security
ward is unset, deactivates when the high
security ward is set.
33 Always Off
Never activates.
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34 Set Strobe
PA Silent
Activates when there is an alarm in a Ward,
and deactivates when a user cancels the
alarm. The control panel also activates this
output for 10 seconds after a user sets the
system with full alarm response.
35 Active Omit
If an event triggers a latching circuit type
(for example a door or break glass, but NOT
a PIR), and the circuit remains active until
the end of the confirmation time then the
control panel omits the active zone and
triggers the Active Omit output. The control
panel deactivates the output when a user
disarms the system.
36 Lockset Open
Active when a lockset circuit on a Ward is
unlocked.
Program Circuits
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The TS2500 can monitor up to 1040 detection
circuits, each circuit must be programmed in
order for the system to respond correctly.
Circuit Numbering
The circuit number is always a 4 digit number,
the first digit refers to the network number and
can be 0 to 8 (0 is used for the TSLEC8s at the
control panel). The next three digits refer to the
circuits numbers and can be 001 to 128
(except when using network 0 which only has a
range of 001 to 016). For example to select the
first circuit on network 4 you would enter 4001.
Circuit Types
The circuit type defines how the circuit will
respond when it is triggered. The circuit can also
be programmed to respond differently when
unset, see "Unset Circuit Types" on page 83. The
following circuit types are available:
Not Used
A circuit that will never generate any alarm.
Night
A circuit that will generate a full alarm when the
selected ward is set.
24hr
A circuit which is monitored at all times. When
triggered in the unset condition a local alarm is
generated and when triggered in the set
condition a full alarm is generated.
A circuit which is monitored at all times. When
triggered it will activate any outputs
programmed as P.A.
PA Audible
A circuit which is monitored at all times. When
triggered it will activate any outputs
programmed as P.A. and generate a full alarm
condition.
Fire
A circuit that is normally connected to a smoke
detector. When triggered it will generate a fire
tone on the internal sounders, the external
sounders are pulsed for the bell duration and
any outputs programmed as fire will be
activated.
Auxiliary
A circuit which is monitored at all times. When
triggered it will activate any outputs
programmed as Auxiliary.
Final Exit
This must be the first detector or door contact
that is triggered when entering the protected
area. When the setting mode for the area is
programmed for Final Exit setting, opening and
closing of this circuit during the exit procedure
will cause the ward to set. Once set, activation
of this circuit will start the entry timer for that
ward.
Exit Term
A circuit that is normally connected to a push
button outside the protected area, which can
be used to finally set the area.
Ward Key
A circuit normally connected to a shunt-lock or
keyswitch, which is used to set and unset one or
more wards.
Shunt Key
A circuit normally connected to a shunt-lock or
keyswitch, which is used to shunt (isolate) one or
more shuntable circuits for the selected wards.
If the shunt key circuit is not assigned to any
wards the shuntable circuits of the device its
connected to are shunted when the shunt key
operated.
Tamper
A circuit monitored at all times. When triggered
in the unset condition a local alarm is
generated and when triggered in the set
condition a full alarm is generated. This circuit
type can be used for a negative tamper return
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for monitoring SABs etc. When using the circuit
for this type of monitoring the circuit MUST have
the "Invert" attribute selected.
period is initiated by entering the Engineers
passcode.
Security
A circuit used to lock-out keypad operation.
Circuits with this attribute can be omitted by the
users.
24hr Silent
Reset
As 24hr but remains silent in the unset and set
condition.
This attribute is normally assigned to a circuit
that is connected to a vibration or smoke
detector, so that during the “Detector Reset”
period the circuit is not monitored.
Night Perimeter
A circuit that is used for perimeter protection.
When triggered the internal and external
sounders are activated but no digicom output.
If any other circuit is triggered the digicom is
activated.
Lock Set
Use this circuit type for connection to a lock
switch. The circuit is active when the contacts
are open, and inactive when the contacts are
closed.
Custom Circuits
There are eight customisable circuit types, see
page 74 for details.
Circuit Attributes
Each circuit type can have one or more
attributes assigned to it to alter its operation. The
following circuit attributes can be programmed:
Access
Circuits programmed with this attribute are
automatically isolated during the entry
procedure to allow a “walk through” route for
the user to access the remote keypad.
Double Knock
Circuits programmed with this attribute will only
cause an alarm condition if:
Omittable
Activity
Circuits with this attribute are monitored so that
when they activate the circuit activation is
stored. When the user attempts to set the
system, any circuits not activated during the
“Activity Delay” period are reported, indicating
that the detector may be obstructed. An
example of this feature would be to assign
movement detectors within a warehouse area
with this attribute. This would report to the user at
the time of setting any detectors that have
become obstructed by pallets etc.
Entry
Circuits with this attribute will initiate the entry
procedure when the system is part-set and
respond as normal when full set. This attribute
must be assigned to all circuits that are required
to initiate the entry procedure in the part set
condition.
Chime Tone 1
Circuits with this attribute will cause the internal
sounders and remote keypad sounders to
generate a single two-tone “chime” sound if the
circuit is activated.
Chime Tone 2
a) The circuit is activated twice within the
Double Knock timer, see System Timers.
b) The circuit remains active for the whole
duration of the Double Knock timer.
Circuits with this attribute will cause the internal
sounders and remote keypad sounders to
generate a double two-tone “chime” sound if
the circuit is activated.
On Test
Chime Tone 3
Circuits with this attribute will be disabled from
the system for the period set by the “Test Time”,
see System Timers. If the circuit is activated
during this period the activation will be logged
and the user is informed of the circuit failure
when operating the system. The test fail
message can only be cleared with the
Engineers passcode. If at the end of the test
period no activation’s have occurred the test
attribute is automatically removed. The test
Circuits with this attribute will cause the internal
sounders and remote keypad sounders to
generate a triple two-tone “chime” sound if the
circuit is activated.
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Inverted
Circuits with this attribute are inverted so that a
healthy circuit is seen as active and an active
circuit is seen as healthy. This attribute should be
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such as exit terminator buttons and pressure
pads etc.
Shuntable
Circuits with this attribute are shunted (Isolated)
when a “Shunt Key” circuit is operated or when
a “Shunt code” is entered.
Beam Pair
Circuits with this attribute will only cause an
alarm if two or more circuits with the beam pair
attribute are in alarm in the same ward within
the “Beam Pair” timer.
Eng. Test
Circuits with this attribute are enabled during the
engineer false setting routine.
Monitored
Circuits with this attribute activate the
“Monitored" output type when triggered.
Non Latching
This attribute is used to make the "Ward Key",
"Shunt Key" or "Security Key" non latching.
Circuit Wards
The TS2500 has sixteen wards which are labelled
A to P, each circuit can be assigned into one or
more wards. Circuits assigned to more than one
ward will only be armed when all the wards they
are in are set.
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System Timers
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There are 103 programmable system timers
which are listed below.
Exit time wards A to P
When using timed exit this timer sets the delay
between the user initiating the exit procedure
and the ward actually setting. If during the exit
time an “Exit Terminator” circuit is activated the
any remaining exit time is cancelled and the
ward sets immediately. (Default = 030
Seconds).
Entry dly wards A to P
When the ward is set and the entry procedure is
initiated, the entry timer starts to count down. If
a valid user passcode has not been entered
when the timer reaches zero, the internal
sounders are activated and the “2nd entry
delay” timer is started. (Default = 015 Seconds).
Digi dly wards A to P
When an alarm is triggered the communication
of an alarm signal to the central station for the
selected ward can be delayed by the value of
this timer. (Default = 000 Seconds).
Bell dly wards A to P
When an alarm is triggered the activation of the
external sounder for the selected ward can be
delayed by the value of this timer. (Default =
000 Minutes).
Bell dur wards A to P
When the “Bell Delay” for the selected ward has
expired the duration of the external sounder
can be controlled by the value of this timer.
(Default = 020 Minutes).
Exit settle time
When a ward is set by “Final Exit” or “Exit
Terminator”, detectors that are on the exit route
sometimes take several seconds to settle after
activation. The delay programmed in this timer
is used to ensure that these detectors are not
active before the ward is set. (Default = 005
Seconds).
2nd Entry delay
When the ward “Entry Dly” has expired the “2nd
entry delay” timer starts to count down. If at the
end of this time the ward has not been unset
then an alarm will be generated for the relevant
ward. (Default = 000 Seconds).
Program Circuits Flowchart
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Double knock dly
This is the “Double Knock” time window in which
either two circuit activations must occur to
generate an alarm condition, or the circuit must
remain active for the whole duration of this time
to generate an alarm condition. This will only
apply to circuits with the “Double Knock”
attribute. (Default = 010 Seconds).
Abort duration
This timer controls the duration of the “Abort”
output. (Default = 010 Seconds).
Abort delay
This timer sets the period in which the alarm
signal may be aborted following an alarm
condition. When an alarm occurs, the “Abort
Output” is only activated if the system is unset
within this period. If the system is unset after this
period the abort output is NOT activated.
(Default =180 Seconds).
Confirmation Time
This timer controls the duration of the “Alarm
Confirmation” period. The timer has a working
range of 000-199 minutes. (Default = 030
Minutes).
Courtesy time
This timer is used to control the duration of the
output type “Courtesy Light”. (Default = 120
Seconds).
Access code time
This timer is used to control the duration of the
output types “Code Accepted”, “User code
entered” and “Ward Access”. (Default = 005
Seconds).
Menu time-out
This timer controls how long a user menu can
be selected before timing out and returning the
system to the unset condition. (Default = 30
minutes).
Line fault delay
This timer delays the “audible” line fault
indication when a telephone line fault occurs.
The display and any outputs programmed as
“Phone Line Fault” are not affected. (Default =
030 Seconds).
AC off delay
This timer delays the “audible” mains off
indication when the mains power is removed.
The display and any outputs programmed as
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“Mains Power Off” are not affected. (Default =
030 Seconds).
Monitor cct time
This timer affects the duration of the output
types “System Monitored” and “Ward Monitor”.
(Default = 060 Seconds).
Beam Pair time
This is the time window in which two “Beam Pair”
circuit activations must occur in order for the
system to generate an alarm condition. (Default
= 010 Seconds).
Battery test dur
This timer controls the duration of the battery
test. (Default = 030 Seconds).
Answer ring time
This timer is used to allow modems and
faxes/answer machines to be used on the
same telephone line. For example if the timer is
set to 30 seconds, the PC will dial into the alarm
system and allow the line to ring for 3 or 4
seconds then hang up. The PC will then dial in
again and providing this has occurred within 30
seconds of the first time it rang in, the panel
modem will answer the call. (Default = 030
Seconds).
Global bell dly.
If the system is fully set and the Global/Ward Bell
configuration option (23) is set to “Global” the
system will apply this timer to all alarms for all
wards, otherwise it will use the relevant ward bell
delay timer. (Default = 000 Minutes).
Global bell dur.
If the system is fully set and the Global /Ward
Bell configuration option (23) is set to “Global”
the system will apply this timer to all alarms for
all wards, otherwise it will use the relevant ward
bell duration timer. (Default = 020 Minutes).
Activity delay
This timer sets the duration within which all
“Activity Monitored” circuits must be activated to
ensure that the system may be set without
displaying inactive circuits. Once the timer
expires it is restarted and all “Activity Monitored”
circuits must once again be re-activated.
(Default = 060 Minutes).
Defer setting by
When using the auto-set feature users may
defer setting of the ward(s) by the amount set in
this timer. (Default = 010 Minutes).
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Battery test
Select menu time
The timer controls the frequency of the system
battery test. (Default = 060 Minutes).
This timer determines how long the "Set/Unset"
menu is displayed after a user passcode is
entered. (Default = 010 Seconds).
Hi Security time
This timer sets the duration in which a “High
Security” ward can remain unset before it
automatically attempts to set itself. When a
“High Security” ward is unset activation of any
circuit with that ward will reset this timer. (Default
= 000 Minutes).
Cct test time
This timer varies the number of days that the
“Test” attribute may be applied to a circuit. If
the timer is set to 000 then circuits will remain on
test until the “Test” attribute is removed. (Default
= 014 Days).
Custom o/p 2 tmr
This timer determines how long "Custom Output
2" will remain active after it is triggered. (Default
= 000 Seconds).
Battery Fail Sounder
This timer control the number of seconds that
the control panel waits between detecting a
low battery and activating the internal sounder.
(Default = 30s)
Service time
The installation company may use this timer to
periodically generate “SERVICE REQUIRED”
message so that the user is reminded that a
service call is required. The users may continue
to set and unset the system. When the engineer
attends the site and enters their passcode the
message is cleared. The service timer is restarted when the engineer re-selects this timer
option. To disable this feature set the timer to
000. (Default = 000 Days).
Payment time
The installation company may use this timer to
prevent the users from setting the system. When
the timer expires the selected ward will lock into
“Engineer Reset” and the users are unable to set
the selected ward until the engineer has reset
the system or the user has been provided with a
“Remote Reset” code.
To disable this feature set the timer to 000. The
payment timer can be selectively applied to
wards A to P, see “Equipment Wards” on page
81. (Default = 000 Days).
Test call every
If the system is fitted with a plug-on digicom
(DC54, DC58 or DC58M) it is possible for the
control panel to make the digicom send a
timed test call to the central station. The “Test
Call” timer sets the frequency of activation in
days. Once programmed the digicom will send
the test call at 3.00AM. (Default = 000 Days).
System Timers Flowchart
Setting Modes
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Each ward A to P can be programmed to set
by one of the following modes:
Final Exit
The ward will set when the “Final Exit” circuit is
activated and after the “Settle Time” has
expired.
Exit Terminator
The ward will set when the “Final Exit” circuit is
activated, the “Exit Terminator” button is pressed
and after the “Settle Time” has expired.
Timed Exit
The ward will set when the “Exit Time” has
expired or if the “Exit terminator” button is
pressed.
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Instant
The ward will set instantly.
Deferred
As Timed Exit, however, if any circuits are
activated during the exit procedure the exit
timer is restarted.
Lock Set
To use this method you must install a lock switch
with the contacts connected to a lockset zone
type.
To set the system the user first enters their
access code at a keypad or operates a
keyswitch. The control unit starts the exit tone.
Note that the exit time is infinite in this option.
The user then operates the final exit zone and
turns the key in the lock switch to “locked”. The
system sets seven seconds after the lock switch
contacts open.
To unset the system the user turns the lock
switch to “unlocked” (closing the lock switch
contacts). The keypads start a continuous tone.
At this point the user can lock the lockswitch
again without causing any alarm. When the
user opens the final exit zone the control unit
starts the entry timer. The user completes entry
by unsetting the system in the normal way.
Note that when the user unlocks the lockswitch
the control unit disables Alarm Confirmation.
The control unit enables Alarm Confirmation
again if the user locks the lockswitch without
starting the entry timer.
If an intruder opens the final exit door without
first unlocking the lockswitch then the control
unit immediately starts an unconfirmed alarm. If
the intruder goes on to violate another zone
and you have enabled Alarm Confirmation
then the control unit sends a confirmed alarm.
Settign Modes Flowchart
Do System Print
[1-7]
The system print option is broken down into
sections so that the engineer may print only the
relevant details. The sections are as follows:
Custom Text
Prints the details of “Reset Message”, “Location
Text”, “Printer Header”, "Remote reset Message",
“Printer Prefix”, Banner Message", Part Set
Banner", “Aux Tamper 1", ”Aux Tamper 2" and
“Modem String”.
Modem Data
Prints the details of “Call back No.1", ”Call back
No.2", “Call back No.3", ”Modem Site No" and
“Modem Password”
User codes
Prints the “User Number”, "User Name", “User
Type”, “User Wards”, User Auto Sets" and “User
Auto Unsets” for each defined user.
Configuration
Prints the details of all “Configuration Options”.
Outputs
Prints the details of “Panel Outputs”, “Digicom
Outputs”, “Digicom Channels”, “Custom
Outputs” and “Node/Rem Outputs”
Setting Modes
Prints the details of “Setting Modes” for wards A
to P.
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System Timers
System Options
Prints the details of all “System Timers” and
“System Options”.
The system options are as follows:
Time Switches
Prints the details of “Time Switch 1", ”Time Switch
2" and “Time Switch 3".
Code Locks
Prints the details of “Code lock Group 1", ”Code
lock Group 2" and “Code lock Group 1"
Auto-set times
Prints the details of “Auto-set Timer 1", ”Auto-set
Timer 2" and “Auto-set Timer 3".
Custom Circuits
Prints the details of the eight “Custom Circuits”.
Circuits
Prints the network number, circuit number,
circuit status, set circuit type, unset circuit type,
circuit attributes, ward assignment and circuit
resistance for each defined detection circuit.
[1-8]
Number of rearms
At the end of the bell duration time the system
re-arms all circuits that are healthy. Circuits that
are still in an alarm are isolated until they
change to a healthy condition. This counter
controls the number of times that a “circuit” will
re-arm before it is locked out of the system. The
rearm feature can be selectively applied to
wards A to P, see page 82. (Default = 030).
Modem rings
This counter is for use with the DC58M, it allows
the engineer to specify how many rings are
required before the DC58M answers the call. If
the counter is set to 000 it will answer the call
immediately. (Default = 030)
Keys until tamp
Net Equipment
The value of this counter determines how many
illegal key presses can be entered before the a
code tamper occurs. A code tamper locks out
the remote keypad for 5 minutes. (Default =
017)
Prints the ward assignment nodes and remote
keypads.
Remote resets
Equipment Wards
Prints the ward assignment for all equipment.
Part set groups
Prints the ward assignment and text of the ten
part set groups.
This counter determines how many “Remote
Resets” can occur before the system locks into
engineer reset only. When the engineer attends
site and enters their passcode the counter is
restored to its original value.The Remote Reset
feature can be selectively applied to wards A to
P, see page 82. (Default = 032)
Reset algorithm
System Print Flowchart
When a ward is programmed for “Engineer
Reset” the requirement to send an engineer to
site can be overridden by the user by using the
“Remote Reset” facility. If an alarm is generated
the system will respond with a four digit “seed”
code which the user quotes to the Alarm
Receiving Centre or alarm company. The
“seed” code is then entered into a decoder
and a unique “Remote Reset” code is
generated. This is passed back to the user and
on entering the “Remote Reset” code, the
system is reset. The remote reset feature can be
selectively applied to wards A to P, see page
82.
The “Remote Reset” code is generated using an
algorithm identified by a 3 digit number.
Alternative algorithms can be selected but
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these must correspond to that used by the ARC
(or alarm company) otherwise the “Remote
Reset” code will be incorrect. (Default = 004).
Double Knocks
This counter determines how many “Knocks”
must occur on a double knock circuit before
the control panel responds with an alarm
condition. This counter can then be selectively
applied to wards A to P, see page 83. If a ward
is not selected to use this counter all double
knock circuits within the ward will behave as
normal double knock circuits, i.e they must
activate twice within the double knock time
delay or remain active for the duration of the
double knock delay before causing an alarm.
(Default = 002).
View alms unset
When the system is part set and alarm
occurs in a set ward the alarm information
is only displayed when the ward that the
alarm occurred in is unset.
02 Duress Disabled (Default)
When entering a passcode with the first two
digits reversed a duress alarm will NOT be
generated.
Duress Enabled
When entering a passcode with the first two
digits reversed a duress alarm will be
generated.
03 Engr Authorised (Default)
When using Menvier Lineload software data
in the control panel can be overwritten
without the users knowledge.
User Authorised
When using Menvier Lineload software data
in the control panel can only be overwritten
with authorsation by the user.
04 On-Line Enabled (Default)
When using Menvier Lineload software the
On-Line Keypad feature is enabled.
On-Line Disabled
When using Menvier Lineload software the
On-Line Keypad feature is disabled.
05 Lo-sec Engineer (Default)
The engineer can access the engineers
programming menus by entering his
engineer’s passcode.
Hi-sec Engineer
System Options Flowchart
Configuration
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There are 41 configuration options as follows:
00 Bell Is an SAB (Default)
The control panel bell output applies 0V
when active.
Bell is an SCB
The control panel bell output removes 0V
when active.
01 View alms P.set (Default)
When the system is part set and alarm
occurs in a set ward the alarm information
is displayed on all remote keypads
immediately.
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The engineer can only access the
engineers programming menus after
entering his engineer’s passcode and
obtaining a “Remote Reset” code.
06 Normal answer (Default)
When using a DC58M digi-modem the
modem will answer the call after a preprogrammed number of rings, see “System
Options” on page 47.
Timed answer
When using the DC58M digi-modem the
digi-modem will used the “answer ring
timer”, see “System Timer” on page 43.
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07 Unset ward first (Default)
When the system is part set and a
passcode is entered the “0=UNSET WARDS”
option will be displayed first.
Set ward first
When the system is part set and a
passcode is entered the “0=SET WARDS”
option will be displayed first.
08 Can set with L.F (Default)
The selected wards can be set with a
telephone line fault, however the user will
be asked to confirm this at the time of
setting. Line fault can be assigned to any
ward , see “Equipment Wards” on page 81.
No set with L.F
The selected wards cannot be set with a
telephone line fault.
09 Can set - AC off (Default)
The selected wards can be set with no
mains power. Mains power off can be
assigned to any ward , see “Equipment
Wards” on page 81.
No set - AC off
The selected wards cannot be set when the
mains power is off.
10 Quiet chimes (Default)
The level of the chime tones is determined
by the volume control of the device driving
the loudspeaker. If the device is a XNode
the volume level set by the volume control
pot on the XNode PCB. If the device is the
control panel the volume level is set via the
“Set Volume Level” option, see “Set Volume
Level” on page 85.
Loud chimes
The level of the chime tones is always full
volume.
11 O/P 1 normal (Default)
Panel output 1 (Relay) is normally deenergised.
O/P 1 inverted
Panel output 1 (Relay) is normally
energised.
12 Digi normal (Default)
The eight digicom outputs on the control
panel switch from +12V to 0V when active
(+ve removed).
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Digi inverted
The eight digicom outputs on the control
panel switch from 0V to +12V when active
(+ve applied).
13 4 digit codes (Default)
All system passcodes are 4 digits.
6 digit codes
All system passcodes are 6 digits. When
using 6 digit passcode the last 2 digits of
the passcode are the user number, e.g.
the engineer’s passcode is 123400 and the
master user’s passcode is 567801.
14 Modem on Com1 (Default)
The panel comms port (JP8) is used for the
modem.
Printer on Com1
The panel comms port (JP8) is used for the
printer.
15 Chime Audible (Default)
Circuits that are programmed as chime will
only generate a chime tone.
Chime Visible
Circuits that are programmed as chime will
generate a chime tone and the remote
keypads will display the circuit that was
triggered.
16 Manual Omits (Default)
Circuits with the omit attribute can only be
omitted via the user omit routine.
Automatic Omits
Circuits with the omit attribute are
automatically omitted if they are still active
when the system is being set.
17 Omit Tampers No (Default)
Tamper faults cannot be omitted by the
user.
Omit Tampers Yes
Tamper faults can be omitted by the user.
18 O/M s mimic cct (Default)
The output modules connected to the
control panel indicate circuit mimic
activations.
O/M s mimic alms
The output modules connected to the
control panel indicate circuit alarm
activations.
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19 Log Time & Date (Default)
The system log will show the time and date
in the following format: “17:10.57 25/12"
where 25/12 is the 25 December.
Log Time & Day
The system log will show the time and day
in the following format: “17:10.57 Wed 25"
where Wed is Wednesday and 25 is the
date.
20 Global Setting (Default)
The user can set their allocated wards from
any remote keypad.
Local Setting
The user can only set their allocated wards
from a remote keypad assigned to their
wards.
21 Global Unsetting (Default)
The user can unset their allocated wards
from any remote keypad.
Local Unsetting
The user can only unset their allocated
wards from a remote keypad assigned to
their wards.
22 24hr Omit Global (Default)
Any 24hr circuit or group can be omitted
from any remote keypad.
24hr Omit Local
Only 24hr circuits or group that are
assigned to the same wards as the remote
keypad can be omitted.
23 Ward bell time (Default)
The system uses the respective “ward bell
delay” and “ward bell duration” timers when
the system is full or part set.
Global bell time
When the system is part-set the respective
“ward bell delay” and “ward bell duration”
timers are used. When the system is full set
the system uses the “global bell delay” and
“global bell duration” timers.
24 Latching Fire (Default)
Fire detection circuits will cause an alarm
when triggered and will only be re-armed
after a full reset, i.e. Enter passcode to
silence alarm, then enter passcode
followed by [ESC] to reset the alarm.
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Nonlatching Fire
Fire detection circuits will cause an alarm
when triggered. On entering a passcode
the alarm is silenced, if the same circuit is
activated before carrying out a reset, the
alarm re-triggered.
25 Online Printing (Default)
Events recorded in the system log are also
sent to the printer port.
Offline Printing
Events recorded in the system log are not
sent to the printer port.
26 Timed code o/p (Default)
The "User Code Accepted" output types are
timed for the duration of the “Access code
time”.
Latched code o/p
The "User Code Accepted" output types are
activated when user passcode is entered
and de-activated when the passcode is reentered.
27 Activity flt ok (Default)
Users can set their wards with circuits
flagged as inactive.
Acitivity flt Bar
Users cannot set the system whilst circuits
are flagged as inactive (forced walk test).
28 Latching 24hr (Default)
24 hour detection circuits will cause an
alarm when triggered and will only be rearmed after a full reset, i.e. Enter passcode
to silence alarm, then enter passcode
followed by [ESC] to reset the alarm.
Nonlatching 24hr
24 hour detection circuits will cause an
alarm when triggered. On entering a
passcode the alarm is silenced, if the same
circuit is activated before carrying out a
reset, the alarm re-triggered.
29 Access code only (Default)
The "System Access" and "Ward Access"
output types are triggered only when a
"Access" type passcode is entered.
Access all codes
The "System Access" and "Ward Access"
output types are triggered when any
passcode is entered.
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30 Answer anytime (Default)
When using a DC58M digi-modem, the
digi-modem will always attempt to answer
incoming calls.
Answer o/p 1 on
The digi-modem will only attempt to answer
incoming calls when "Custom Output 1" is
on.
31 NVM is Unlocked (Default)
The NVM can be reset to the factory
defaults by shorting the FACTORY RESTART
pins during power-up.
NVM is Locked
+
The NVM cannot be reset by shorting the
FACTORY RESTART.
If the "NVM is LOCKED" option is selected it is
imperative that the engineer code is not lost or
forgotten. If this is the case then the only way of
returning the system to its factory default setting
is by returning the control panel PCB to Menvier
Security.
32 Unshunt. no exit (Default)
The use of a shunt code to reinstated a
selected group of circuits will not initiate the
exit procedure.
Unshunt & exit
The use of a shunt code to reinstated a
selected group of circuits will initiate the exit
procedure.
33 Ignore errors (Default)
When attempting to set with one or more
circuits in fault the system will continue with
the exit procedure but will display the
circuits that are in fault. If the circuits are
not cleared at the end of the exit
procedure a set fail condition will occur.
View exit errors
When attempting to set with one or more
circuits in a fault the system will prompt the
user that a fault exists and the display will
scroll through the circuits that are in fault.
Once the faulty circuits are cleared the
user will be prompted to press [ENT] to
continue with the exit procedure.
34 Mimic. All times (Default)
When using output modules or outputs that
are programmed as circuit mimic, the
outputs will mimic the circuit at all times.
Engineer’s Menu 1
Mimic. Set only
When using output modules or outputs that
are programmed as circuit mimic, the
outputs will only mimic the circuit if the
circuit is in a set ward.
35 Entry Keypad Lock
When programmed as “Yes” then users
cannot unset the system from a keypad
during entry. Program this option as “Yes” if
you are installing a system to comply with
DD243:2002 paras 6.4.5 and 6.4.6. (The
user must unset the system with a proximity
tag (“Portable ACE”) or the ARC unsets the
system.)
When programmed as “No” then users can
unset the system from a keypad during
entry.
(Default = No)
36 Sounder on Confirm
When programmed as “Yes” the control unit
activates the internal sounders after a
confirmed alarm and any programmed
bell delay. When programmed as “No” the
control unit starts the internal sounders
immediately after an unconfirmed alarm.
(Default = No)
37 Bells on Confirm
When programmed as “Yes” the control unit
activates the external sounders after a
confirmed alarm and any programmed
bell delay. When programmed as “No” the
control unit activates the external bell
immediately after an unconfirmed alarm.
(Default = No)
38 Confirmation After Entry
When programmed as “Yes” the control unit
sends a confirmed alarm if the intruder
activates one or two separate zones after
the entry timer expires. To select between
one or two zones use “39 Entry
Confirmation After 2 circuits” When
programmed as “No” the control unit
disables alarm confirmation when a user
starts the entry timer. Use the “No” option to
comply with DD243:2002 paras 6.4.2,
6.4.3, 6.4.4 and 6.4.6.
(Default = No)
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39 Entry Confirmation After 1 circuits
Whe programmed as “Yes” the control unit
sends a confirmed alarm if the intruder
activates another, separate zone after the
entry timer expires. This option does not
comply with DD243:2002.
When programmed as “No” the control unit
sends a confirmed alarm if an intruder
activates two separate zones after the entry
timer expires. If the control unit is in alarm
before the user starts entry then only one
subsequent zone violation is required.
Note: Select the “NO” option if you are
installing a DD243:2002 para 6.4.5
compliant system and the user must unset
the system with a proximity detector
(“Portable ACE”).
(Default = 1 cct)
Location Text
[1-A]
This option allows the engineer to view the
following:-
Panel Location Text
This option displays the panel location text
which is programmed in “Engineers menu 3",
see “Custom Text Menu” on page 68.
Keypad Location
This option displays the network number and
device number of the keypad that is currently
being used.
40 Confirmation On
When programmed as “Yes” then the
Digicom reports a Channel 3 (005 Intruder)
for an intruder alarm as normal. If a
subsequent zone is triggered within the
same set period then the Digicom reports
Channel 7 (011 Confirmed Alarm). The ARC
operator can now inform the appropriate
police authority that the alarm is confirmed
and that this is likely to be a real break in
and not a false alarm.
When programmed as “No” then both
Alarm Confirmation and the Alarm Confirm
outputs are disabled.
(Default = Yes)
Configuration Flowchart
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View Location Text Flowchart
Default NVM Data
[1-B]
The default NVM data option allow the engineer
to reset the NVM data back to the factory
defaults. The initialisation procedure has been
broken down into specific sections so that the
engineer can reset all data or specific areas.
Default NVM Data Flowchart
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Section
Option
Reset Message
Location Text
Printer Header
Custom Text
Printer Prefix
Banner Message
Part Set Banner
Aux Tamper 1
Aux Tamper 2
Remote Reset Msg
Modem String
Call Back No.1
Call Back No.1
Modem Data Call Back No.1
Modem Password
Modem Site No.
User 000 Engineer
User Codes
User 001 Master
User 002 - 199
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Configuration
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
Engineer’s Menu 1
Default
CALL ENGINEER TO
RESET SYSTEM
PANEL LOCATION
TEXT NOT SETUP
MENVIER SECURITY
TS2500 SYSTEM
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
RING A.R.C FOR
REM. RESET CODE
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
Blank
1234
5678
Not used
Bell is an SAB
View alms P.Set
Duress Disabled
Engr Authorised
On-Line Enabled
Lo-sec Engineer
Normal answer
Unset ward first
Can set with L.F
Can set - AC off
Quiet chimes
O/P 1 normal
Digi normal
4 digit codes
Modem on Com1
Chime Audible
Manual Omits
Omit Tampers No
O/M’s mimic cct
Log Time & Date
Global Setting
Global Unsetting
24hr Omit Global
Ward bell time
Latching Fire
Online Printing
Timed code o/p
Activity flt ok
Latching 24hr
Access code only
Answer anytime
NVM is Unlocked
Unshunt & No exit
Ignore errors
Mimic. All times
Entry Kpd Lock Off
Sndrs on Unconfirm
Bell on Unconfirm
Section
Option
Configuration 38
39
40
Panel Output 1
Panel Output 2
Panel Output 3
Panel Output 4
Digicom Output 1
Digicom Output 2
Digicom Output 3
Digicom Output 4
Digicom Output 5
Digicom Output 6
Digicom Output 7
Outputs
Digicom Output 8
Digi Channel 1
Digi Channel 2
Digi Channel 3
Digi Channel 4
Digi Channel 5
Digi Channel 6
Digi Channel 7
Digi Channel 8
All Node Outputs
All Remote Outputs
Custom outputs 1-8
Setting
All Wards
Modes
Exit time wards A-P
Entry dly wards A-P
Digi dly wards A-P
Bell dly wards A-P
Bell dur wards A-P
Exit settle time
2nd Entry delay
Double Knock dly
Abort duration
Abort delay
Confirmation Time
Courtesy time
System Timers
Access code time
Menu time-out
Line fault delay
AC off delay
Monitor cct time
Beam pair time
Battery test dur
Answer ring time
Global bell dly
Global bell dur
Activity delay
Defer setting by
Battery test
Hi Security time
Cct test time
Service time
System Timers
Payment time
Test call every
Select menu time
Custom o/p 2 Tmr
Default
Entry Conf Off
Entry Conf on 1 cct
Confirmation Off
Walk Test
Courtesy Light
Switch 12 Volts
Detector Reset
Fire Alarm
Panic Alarm (PA)
Alarm
System Set
Engineer on site
Bell (SAB)
Tamper Alarm
2nd Alarm
Fire Alarm
Panic Alarm (PA)
Alarm
System Set
Engineer on site
Bell (SAB)
Tamper Alarm
2nd Alarm
Circuit 0001 Alarm
Circuit 0001 Alarm
Circuit 0001 Alarm
Timed Exit
030 Seconds
015 Seconds
000 Seconds
000 Minutes
020 Minutes
005 Seconds
000 Seconds
010 Seconds
010 Seconds
180 Seconds
030 Minutes
120 Seconds
005 Seconds
030 Minutes
030 Seconds
030 Seconds
060 Seconds
010 Seconds
030 Seconds
030 Seconds
000 Minutes
020 Minutes
060 Minutes
010 Minutes
060 Minutes
000 minutes
014 Days
000 Days
000 Days
000 Days
010 Seconds
000 Seconds
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Engineer’s Menu 1
Section
Option
Number of rearms
Modem rings
keys until tamp
System Timers Remote resets
Reset algorithm
Double Knocks
Batt Fail Sounder
On times 1, 2 & 3
Off times 1, 2 & 3
Time Switches
Timers operate on
Time switch output
On times 1, 2 & 3
Off times 1, 2 & 3
Code Locks Timers operate on
Time lock output
User assigned
Set times 1, 2 & 3
Auto-set
Unset times 1, 2 & 3
Times
Timers operate on
Wards assigned
Custom
Circuits 1 - 8
Circuits
Circuits
Circuits 0001 - 8128
Equipment
Panel tamper
Wards
Bell box tamper
Aux 1 tamper
Aux 2 tamper
Phone line fault
Mains power off
Payment timer
Alarms Eng Reset
Tamper Eng Reset
Remote reset
Panel speaker
Batery Fail sounder
Equipment
Relearn required
Wards
Re-arms apply to
Hi Security ward
Digi in Part Set
System Bell/STB
Ward A foyer Mode
Unset fire sig.
Dble Knock wards
Net
All new devices
Equipment
Part set
Part set groups 0 - 9
groups
Log
All 4000 Events
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Default
003
000
017
032
004
002
30 Seconds
00:00
00:00
No days
Off
00:00
00:00
No days
Off
None
00:00
00:00
No days
None
Not defined
Goto User Menu 1
This option allows the engineer to access “User
menu 1", the flowchart below shows the options
within ”User menu 1", for full details refer to the
"Operators Manual".
Not Used
Ward A
Ward A
Ward A
Ward A
Ward A
Ward A
Not assigned
Not assigned
Ward A
Ward A
Ward A
Ward A
Not assigned
Ward A
Not assigned
Wards A - P
Wards A - P
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Ward A
Not defined
User Menu 1 Flowchart
Log Off Engineer
[1-C]
Selecting this option will log off all engineers
and return the system to the “SYSTEM OPEN”
condition.
No Event
Log Off Engineer Flowchart
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[1-0]
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Engineer’s Menu 2
Engineers Menu 2
Introduction
Engineers menu 2 is selected by pressing the
[ENT] whilst Engineers menu 1 is selected. Each
menu option can be selected by pressing the
relevant “hot-key” or you can scroll forwards and
backwards through the options using the [A]
and [C] keys.
Menu contents
Hotke
y
Option
Page
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
0
View Circuits
Set System Time
Set System Date
Change Passcode (Engineers)
Alter Chime Circuits
Alter 24hr Group
Print System Log
Alter Circuit Wards
View System Log
Start Call Back Sequence
Reset User Code 1
Set BST/GMT Dates
Remote Service Options
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56
56
56
57
57
57
58
58
61
61
62
62
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View Circuits
[2-1]
Each detection circuit may be viewed to
ascertain its status. The circuit status conditions
and resistance are shown below:
Status
Healthy
Active
Tamper
Shorted
Response
None
Alarm
Tamper
Alarm
Normal
2.2 KW
6.9 KW
¥
0W
Min.
54 W
4.1 KW
54 KW
0W
Max.
4.1KW
54 KW
Set System Date
[2-3]
The system date is displayed in a
day/date/month format on LCD remote
keypads. it is also used to provide date stamps
for events in the system log.
¥
53 W
View Circuits Flowchart
Set System Time
[2-2]
The system time is displayed in a 24hr format on
all remote keypads and is also used to time
stamp events in the system event log. The
BST/GMT changeover can be programmed to
automatically occur on specific dates, see
page 62.
Set System Time Flowchart
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Set System Date Flowchart
Change Passcode
[2-4]
This option allows the engineer to change their
passcode. The default passcode is 1234 if 4digit passcode are enabled and 123400 if 6digit passcodes are enabled.
Change Passcode Flowchart
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Alter Chime Circuits
Engineer’s Menu 2
[2-5]
This option allows an alternative method of
programming circuits as “chime”. Three types of
chime tones are available:
Chime 1
Generates a single two-tone chime sound.
Chime 2
Generates a double two-tone chime sound.
Chime 3
Generates a triple two-tone chime sound.
When a circuit is programmed as chime it will
only generates the relevant chime tone from
remote keypad sounders and extension
loudspeakers assigned to the same ward(s) as
the detection circuit.
If configuration option 15 is programmed as
“Chime Visible”, the display will show the circuit
that caused the chime.
Alter 24hr Group Flowchart
Print System Log
[2-7]
The system log stores 4000 events, if a printer is
connected to the system it is possible to print a
selected number of events. By specifying an
offset you can print the selected number of
events from the offset point rather than the last
event, e.g. if you specify 100 events with an
offset of 1000, you will get a printout of events
2900 - 3000. Once the print-out has been
started it can only be stopped by selecting this
option again and entering “0000" for the
number of events.
Chime Circuits Flowchart
Alter 24Hr Group
[2-6]
Print System Log Flowchart
Any combination of wards can be assigned to
the 24hr group. Circuit types “24hr” and “Auxiliary”
with the "Omittable" attribute within the selected
ward will be isolated when the selected ward is
omitted using user menu 1 option 6 (24hr
omit/unomit). Only the wards that are assigned
to the 24hr group can be selected by the user.
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Alter Circuit Wards
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[2-8]
Normally the engineer will assign circuits to
wards when using the “Program circuits” option
in Engineers menu 1, this option allows an
alternative method of configuring wards.
Alter Circuit Wards Flowchart
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View System Log
[2-9]
The engineer can use this option to view the
system log. The [A] and [C] keys allow you to
scroll backwards and forwards through the log
events. Keys [1] to [9] can be set-up as search
keys so that when pressed they take you to
specific events within the log. To set-up the
search keys see “Engineers menu 4".
View System Log Flowchart
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Engineer’s Menu 2
Log Event Codes
Event
—- NO EVENT —#### ACTIVATED
#,## LEC LOST
### LEC or REM’S
#,## NODE ADDED
#,## NODE LOST
### NODE’S
### XNODE’S
#### OFF TEST
#### OMITTED
#### REINSTATED
#,## REM ADDED
#,## REM LOST
#### SHUNTED
#,## XNODE ADDED
#,## XNODE LOST
24Hr ALARM ####
24Hr OMITTED:
24Hr REINSTATED:
24Hr WARDS:ABORT ON WARDS:ABORTED ERRORS
ACCESS ###
ACCESS FAILED
ALARM ####
ALARM WARDS:AUTOSET # OFF
AUTOSET # ON
AUXILIARY ####
AUXILIARY # TAMP
AUXILIARY FUSE
BATTERY FAULT
BATTERY RESTORE
BEAM PAIR ####
BELL BOX TAMPER
BELLS REARMED
BELL TESTED:BELLS ACTIVE:CALL ABORTED
CALLED No. #
CALLING BACK No. #
CCT ON TEST ####
CCT TESTED ####
CCTS REINSTATED
CIRCUITS SHUNTED
CODE LOCK # OFF
CODE LOCK # ON
CODE LOCKED ###
CODE TAMPER
COMMS FAILED
COMMS SUCCESSFUL
CONF WARDS:DATE CHANGED
DEFAULT USER ###
DEFERRED SET:DIGI-COM FITTED
DIGI/MODEM LOST
DIGI/MODEM RESET
Description
No event
Monitored circuit activated
Network #, device No. ## is a LEC that has been removed
The number of LEC or REM’s logged on to system after a re-learn
Network #, device No. ## is a TS900 Node that has been added to the system
Network #, device No. ## is a TS900 Node that has been removed
The number of TS900 Nodes logged on to the system after a re-learn
The number of XNodes logged on to the system after a re-learn
Circuit number #### taken off test
Circuit number #### omitted
Circuit number #### reinstated
Network #, device No. ## is a remote keypad that has been added to the system
Network #, device No. ## is a remote keypad that has been removed
Circuit number #### shunted
Network #, device No. ## is a XNode that has been added to the system
Network #, device No. ## is a XNode that has been removed
24hr alarm from circuit number ####
24Hr group omitted in wards:- A - P
24Hr group reinstated in wards:- A - P
24hr Alarm on wards:- A - P
Alarm aborted on wards:- A - P
Remote service errors
Access passcode ### entered.
Access failed due to code lock in operation
Alarm from circuit number ####
Alarm in wards:- A - P
Autoset timer 1-3 off
Autoset timer 1-3 on
Auxiliary alarm from circuit number ####
Auxiliary 1 or 2 tamper
Auxiliary Fuse failed
Battery disconnected or voltage level below 9.5V
Battery restored to healthy condition
First activation of a beam pair circuit number ####
External sounder/bell tamper
Time and date of bells reinstatement. Separate from System re-arm.
Bell tested for wards:- A - P
Bell active for wards:- A - P
Remote service call aborted
Remote service call initiated via panel to remote PC 1, 2 or 3
Remote service call requested via PC to “Call back No” 1, 2 or 3
Circuit number #### put on test
Circuit number #### tested during walk test routine
Circuits reinstated with a shunt code
Circuits shunted with a shunt code
Code lock number # is off
Code lock number # is on
User number ### attempted to use their passcode whilst locked-out
Keypad locked out for 5 minutes due to invalid entry of passcode
Plug-on digicom failed to communicate with ARC
Plug-on digicom communicated successfully with the ARC
Confirmed alarm on ward:- A - P
System date changed
User 001 defaulted to 5678
Deferred set on wards:- A - P
Plug-on digicom fitted
Plug-on digicom or modem removed
Plug-on digi-modem reset
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Event
DURESS CODE ###
ENGINEER ARRIVES
ENGINEER DEPARTS
ENTRY ####
ENTRY TIME-OUT:ENTRY WARDS:EXIT CANCELLED:EXIT STARTED:FACTORY RESTART
FIRE ALARM ####
FIRE WARDS:FIRST KNOCK ####
From Remote #,##
Hi Security SET:
LEC #,## TAMPER
LINE RESTORE
LINK ESTABLISHED
LOCK SET UNLOCKED
MAINS POWER OFF
MAINS POWER ON
MENU TIMEOUT ###
MODEM FITTED
MODEM LOCK-OUT
NODE ### R# ADD
NODE ### R# LOST
NODE ### R# TAMP
NODE #,## FUSE
NODE #,## TAMPER
NODE SHUNT ####
ON-LINE ENDED
ON-LINE TO No.#
ON-SITE RESTART
PA ALARM ####
P.A CODE ###
PA WARDS:PANEL LID TAMPER
PASSCODE ###
PAYMENT EXPIRED
PC CONNECTED
PC DISCONNECTED
PHONE LINE FAULT
QUICK SET KEY #
Q.SET ABORTED
REARM ON WARDS:REINSTATED WARDS
REM #,## TAMPER
REM RESET ACTIVE
REM RESET FAILED
REM SERVICE CALL
RESET WARDS:SEC. KEY ####
SERVICE CALL END
SERVICE REQUIRED
SET FAIL WARDS:SET FAIL ####
SET NO ACTIVITY
SET WARDS:SET WITH L.FLT:SETTING DEFERRED
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Description
Duress alarm from user number ###
Engineer is logged on the system
Engineer is logged off the system
Entry mode started from circuit number ####
Entry mode timed out for wards:- A - P
Entry on wards:- A - P
Exit mode cancelled for wards:- A - P
Exit mode started for wards:- A - P
Factory default loaded
Fire alarm from circuit number ####
Fire alarm on wards:- A - P
First activation of circuit number #### (circuit with Double-Knock attribute)
Quick set perform from remote keypad (# = Network, ## =device No)
Wards A - P set using “High Security” feature
Network #, LEC number ## lid tamper alarm
Telephone line restored to healthy
Remote link via PC established
Lock switch placed in “unlocked” position.
Mains power removed from control panel
Mains power applied to control panel
User number ### entered their passcode and did not selected any functions
Plug-on digi-modem fitted
Modem locked-out (4 failed attempts made via Lineload)
Remote keypad added to XNode
Remote keypad removed from XNode
Remote keypad lid tamper from remote on XNode
TS900 Node fuse failed
TS900 Node lid tamper
Circuits shunted on a Node
Remote service call ended (PC and Lineload)
On-line to remote PC
On-site restart
PA Alarm from circuit number ####
PA code from user number ###
PA alarm on wards:- A - P
Control panel lid tamper
User number ### entered their passcode
System payment timer has expired
PC connected to control panel (PCI/DCI)
PC disconnected from control panel (PCI/DCI)
Telephone line fault detected
Quick set key A, B or C activated
Quick set key aborted
Wards:- A - P re-armed
Wards A - P reinstated
Remote keypad lid tamper
Remote reset via the REM RESET input terminal (RedCARE)
Remote Reset failed
Remote service call in progress
User or engineer has reset wards:- A - P
Security key operated on circuit number ####
Remote service finished
System requires a service visit (Service Timer expired)
Set fail for wards:- A - P
Set fail caused by circuit ####
System was set with inactive circuits (circuits with the activity attribute)
Wards set:- A - P
Wards A - P set with a line fault present
Setting deferred
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Event
SHUNT CODE ###
SHUNT KEY ####
SYSTEM RELEARN
T.SWITCH # OFF
T.SWITCH # ON
TAMPER ####
TAMPER WARDS:TEST FAIL ####
TEST TOTAL ####
TIME CHANGED
UNSET WARDS:USER ### DELETED
WALK TESTED:WARD KEY ####
WARDS LOCKED:WARDS UNLOCKED:XNODE #,## FUSE
XNODE #,## TAMP
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Description
Shunt code number ### enter their passcode
Shunt key circuit #### operated
A system relearn has been performed
Time switch number # off
Time switch number # on
Tamper alarm from circuit number ####
Tamper alarm on wards:- A - P
Circuit number #### failed whist on test
Total number of circuit tested during walk test
System time changed
Wards:- A - P unset
User number ### deleted
Wards:- A -P walk tested
Ward key circuit #### operated
Wards:- A - P locked via security key circuit
Wards:- A - P unlocked via security key circuit
XNode fuse failed
XNode lid tamper
Start Call Back
[2-A]
If the the system is fitted with a DC58M digimodem, it is possible for the installation
engineer to initiate an upload sequence to a
remote site (normally the alarm company).
Once the communication link is established
with the remote site, data can be sent and
received from the control panel. This feature is
only compatible with Menvier Lineload software
version 2.2 or above.
Reset User Code 1
[2-B]
This option allows the installation engineer to
reset the master user (user 001) back to the
factory default code of “5678". This feature is
useful when the master user has forgotten their
passcode or has accidentally changed it
without realising. This operation is logged.
Reset User Code Flowchart
Start Call Back Flowchart
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Set BST/GMT Date
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[2-C]
This option allows the engineer to specify the
dates at which BST starts and ends. The system
will then add an hour at 2:00 am on the BST
date and subtract an hour at 2:00 am on the
GMT date.
Rem Service Option
This option allows the engineer to enable or
disable the remote service option.
Remote Service Options Flowchart
Set BST/GMT Dates Flowchart
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Engineer’s Menu 3
Introduction
Engineers menu 3 is selected by pressing the
[ENT] whilst Engineers menu 2 is selected. Each
menu option can be selected by pressing the
relevant “Hotkey” or you can scroll forwards and
backwards through the options using the [A]
and [C] keys.
Menu Contents
Hotke
y
Option
Page
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
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Program Time Switches
Part Set Groups
Use On-Line Keypad
Edit User Names
Part Set Text
Circuit Text
Custom Text Menu
Equipment Outputs
Built In Tests
Custom Outputs
Custom Circuits
Digi-modem Options
Activity Count
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68
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70
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Time Switches Flowchart
Time Switches
[3-1]
The TS2500 has three programmable time
switches. Each time switch can be
programmed with up to three separate on/off
times and made to operate on any day of the
week. The time switches can be assigned to
outputs which in turn can be used to control
internal or external lighting via a relay etc.
Part Set Groups
This option allows the engineer to define up to
10 part-set groups. Each group can be
programmed so that it sets any combination of
wards. For example "PART SET GROUP 1" could
be allocated wards A and C, whereas "PART SET
GROUP 2" could be allocated wards A and B.
Part Set Groups Flowchart
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Use On-line Pad
Engineer’s Menu 3
[3-3]
If the system is fitted with a DC58M digimodem, you can use this option to connect to
another TS2500 or TS790/900 (providing the
remote system also has a modem fitted). Once
a connection has been established the remote
keypad will behave as if it were connected to
the remote site. For example you could use this
option to connect to another TS2500 alarm
system and once on-line you can use your own
keypad to set the remote site.
Edit User Names
[3-4]
This option allows the engineer to assign a
name (8 characters) to each user. When using
the view log option you can press the [B] key to
alternate between displaying the user number
and user name.
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The modem passcode on the TS2500
must match the modem passcode on the
remote site in order for the feature to work.
Edit User Names Flowchart
Part Set Text
[3-5]
This option allows the engineer to assign 16
characters of text to each of the part set
groups. When the user selects the part set
options during setting, the top line of the display
will show the text and the bottom line will show
the wards assigned to the part set group.
Edit User Names Flowchart
Use On-line Keypad Flowchart
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Circuit Text
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When you have selected the circuit that you
require to program, the system will give you the
following options:
Edit
The edit option allows you to edit text that
has been previously programmed or to
create new text using the text editing keys.
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Delete
The delete option erases the circuit text for
the selected circuit.
Each detection circuit can have up to 16
characters of text assigned to it.
1
3
Library
The library option allows you to choose a
phrase from the circuit text library, once the
phrase has been selected you can further
edit it, if required.
4
Paste
The paste option will paste the last
programmed circuit text into the selected
circuit. For example if you program circuit
0001 to "Roller Door 1", then select circuit
0002 and choose the paste option, circuit
0002 will also be programmed as "Roller
Door 1". After selecting the paste option
you are giving the option to edit the pasted
text, so in the above example it would be
simple case of changing the "1" to a
number "2" etc.
Circuit Text Flowchart
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Circuit Text Library
No.
000
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
033
034
035
036
037
038
039
040
041
042
043
Phrase
Above
Access
Accountant
Accounts
Admin office
Animal
Annexe
Arch
Area
Assembly
Assistant
Attack
Attic
Automatic
Auxiliary
Back
Baggage
Bakery
Balcony
Ballroom
Bank
Banking
Bar
Barn
Basement
Bathroom
Bay
Beam
Bedroom
Bedroom PIR
Bell
Biology Lab
Board room
Bottom
Break glass
Cabinet
Cafe
Canteen door
Canteen PIR (1)
Cashier
Ceiling
Cellar
Changing room
Chemistry lab
No.
044
045
046
047
048
049
050
051
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059
060
061
062
063
064
065
066
067
068
069
070
071
072
073
074
075
076
077
078
079
080
081
082
083
084
085
086
087
Phrase
Church
Classroom
Cleaners
Collection
Communicator
Computer
Computer room
Conservatory
Contact
Dark-room
Detector
Dining room PIR
Director
Dispatch
Door
Double doors
Entrance
Factory floor
Fire door
Floor
Front
Garage
Geography
Grocery
Ground
Guard
Hall passive
Heater
History
House
Industrial
Information
Infra-red
interior
Isolation
Junior
Kitchen PIR
Kitchen window
Landing PIR
Landing window
Laundry
Lavatory
Library
Loading bay door
No.
088
089
090
091
092
093
094
095
096
097
098
099
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
Phrase
Loading bay PIR
Lobby
Lounge
Lounge PIR
Lounge window
Magnetic
Managers
Master
Medical
Mezzanine
Microwave
Middle
Monitor
Movement
Nursery
North
Office
Outside
P.A. Button
Panel
Panic
Partition
Passive
Patio
Penthouse
Perimeter
Personal
Personnel
Physics lab
Passive in
PIR in
Plumbers
Porch
Power
Power supply
Pressure
Processing lab
Production
PSU Battery Fail
PSU Fuse Blown
PSU Mains Fail
Public
Purchasing
Reception
No.
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
Phrase
Refectory
Research
Restaurant
Roller
Room
Safe
Sales door
Sales office
Sales PIR
Secretaries
Secretary
Security
Sensor
Service door
Service PIR
Showroom
Shutter
Side
Sliding
Squash court
Stairwell
Station
Store room
Stores
Surgery
Swimming pool
Technical
Technician
Theatre
Toilet
Transport
Ultrasonic
Upstairs PIR
Upstairs Window
Ventilator
Warehouse
Window
Woodwork Shop
Workshop door
Workshop PIR
Workshop Window
X-Ray department
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Custom Text Menu
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This menu option allows the installation engineer
to edit the following text messages:
Reset Message
The default reset message “CALL ENGINEER TO
RESET SYSTEM” can be personalised by the
engineer, e.g. the message may be
programmed to read “CALL XYZ ALARMS ON
0181-1234567".
Location Text
This option allows the engineer to program a 32
character location message. When “Engineers
menu 1" is selected the engineer can view this
message. This can be used to provide the
location details for the control panel, e.g., ”C P
located in reception area", thus assisting service
engineers unfamiliar with the site.
Part Set Banner
The part set banner is a 16 character message
displayed on the top line of the display
whenever the system is part set. If the message
is left blank the top line of the display will show
the wards that are set. If the message is
programmed the top line of the display will
show the message, e.g., “System Part-Set”.
Aux. Tamper 1/2
The control panel has two auxiliary tamper
inputs, this option allows the engineer to
program a 16 character text description for
each input.
Modem String
For future use.
Printer Header
This option allows the installation engineer to
program a 32 character printer header
message. This is printed whenever a system or
log printout is taken from the system. This can
be used as a site reference, e.g., “ABC
Company Job No123456".
Remote Reset Message
The default remote reset message “CALL A.R.C
FOR REM.RESET CODE” can be personalised by
the engineer, e.g. the message can be
programmed to read “CALL 0181 121212 FOR
RESET CODE".
Printer Prefix
This option allows the engineer to specify a 16
character message which is prefixed to every
event sent to the printer.
Banner Message
Normally when the system is unset the bottom
line of the display shows the time and date,
and the top line is left blank. This menu option
allows the engineer to program or edit a 16
character “Banner” message which is displayed
on the top line. This may be used to display the
company’s name, e.g., “Blogg Alarms”, “ABC
Security” etc.
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Custom Text Menu Flowchart
Equipment O/P’s
[3-8]
This option allows the engineer to program the
two outputs on each node and the single
output on each remote keypad or LEC.
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Equipment Outputs Flowchart
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Built In Tests
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[3-9]
The TS2500 system has the following diagnostic
routines:
Current Consumption
When this test option is selected the total current
consumption for the system is displayed, the
accuracy of this measurement is ± 50mA.
View Circuit Resistance
When this test routine is selected the resistance
for each detection circuit may be measured,
the accuracy of this measurement is ± 0.1
KOhms.
View Circuit Resistance Flowchart
Test Digicom outputs
This test routine allows the engineer to test all
eight digicom outputs on the main control
panel PCB.
Built In Test Menu Function
Software Version
When selecting the built in tests routine the
software version is displayed until you select one
of the other diagnostic routines.
Test Digicom Outputs Flowchart
Test Panel outputs
This test routine allows the engineer to test the
four control panel outputs.
Voltage
When this test option is selected the battery
charging voltage at the control panel is
displayed, the accuracy of this measurement is
± 0.2V.
Test Panel Outputs Flowchart
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Test Node Outputs
Test Keypad display
This test routine allows the engineer to test all
Node outputs.
This test routine allows the engineer to test the
LCD on all TS900 remote keypads.
Test Keypads Flowchart Display
Test Node Outputs Flowchart
Confirm Network devices
This option allows the engineer to confirm the
correct number of devices are connected to
the system. After confirmation any changes in
the system hardware will cause the “RELEARN
REQUIRED” message to be displayed on all
remote keypads.
View Network devices
This test routine allows the engineer to view the
status of each device connected to the
network. The information displayed will depend
on the device type.
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Confirm Network Devices Flowchart
View Network Devices Flowchart
When selecting this option the remote
keypad that you are using is the first device to
be displayed.
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View Network Errors
This test routine allows the engineer to view the
number of data transmission errors for each
network.
View Network Errors Flowchart
False Setting Routine
This option allows the engineer to set the system
whilst the premises are occupied. When
selecting this option the engineer can choose
the following:
1. The wards that will false set.
2. The circuits that will remain active once the
system has been false set. Included circuits
will remain active during the false set and
excluded circuits will remain isolated during
a false set. Normally all circuit default to
excluded.
3. All outputs (digicom, bell, strobe etc.) can
be enable or disabled during the false set
routine.
False Setting Flowchart
Test Digicom Channels
This test routine allows the engineer to test all
eight channels for the plug-on digicom.
Test Digicom Channels Flowchart
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Custom Outputs
[3-A]
This option allows the engineer to program the
eight custom outputs type. The diagram below
represent the logic circuit for the custom output.
Custom Output 2
Custom output 2 has the following defaulted
options. The output is designed to operate only
when the system is full set AND there is a
confirmed alarm. The table below shows how
each switch is programmed to achieve this.
OR
1
System Always Off
2
System Always Off
3
System Always Off
4
Each switch in the diagram represents a
programmable output type, therefore the
custom output will only activate when the
correct combination of output types are active.
Switches 1 - 4 perform a logical “OR” function
and switches 5 - 8 perform a logical “AND”
function.
Custom Output 1
Custom output 1 has the following defaulted
options. The output is designed to operate only
when the system is full set AND there is a
unconfirmed alarm. The table below shows how
each switch is programmed to achieve this.
OR
1
System Always Off
2
System Always Off
3
System Always Off
4
System Always Off
AND
5 System Full set
6 System full set
7 System unconfirmed
alarm
8 System unconfirmed
alarm
System Always Off
AND
5 System Full set
6 System full set
7 System confirmed
alarm
8 System confirmed
alarm
Custom Output - 519FM Example
This example shows how to use the “AND”
functions so that the “Custom Output” activates
when a 519FM reports a "Supply fail" at a
remote PSU AND the system or ward is set (see
"Communication to an ARC" on page 31).
OR
1
System Always Off
2
System Always Off
3
System Always Off
4
System Always Off
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AND
5 CCT Mimic for
Supply Fail Zone
6 System/Ward Set
(08)
7 System/Ward Set
(08)
8 System/Ward Set
(08)
When using the “Custom Output” for
“AND” and “OR” logic, any of the unused “OR”
switches must be programmed to the type
“Always Off” and any of the unused “AND”
switches (5-8) must be programmed to the type
“Always On”.
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Custom Outputs Flowchart
Custom Circuits
[3-B]
This option allows the engineer to program the
eight custom circuit types. Each custom circuit
can be programmed to activate the following:
Bell required
A custom circuit with the “Bell required” attribute
will activate the control panel bell and strobe
output, and any outputs programmed as
“System Bell-SAB”, “System Strobe”. The relevant
“Ward Bell-SAB” and “Ward Strobe” are also
activated.
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Digi required
A custom circuit with the “Digi required” attribute
will activate any outputs programmed as
“System Alarm” and any relevant “Ward Alarm”
outputs.
Sounder required
A custom circuit with the “Sounder required”
attribute will activate internal sounders assigned
to the same ward as the custom circuit.
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Warning required
A custom circuit with the “Warning required”
attribute will generate a warning tone every
minute from the internal sounder assigned to
the same ward as the custom circuit.
Trig Custom o/p
A custom circuit with the “Trig Custom o/p”
attribute will activate the relevant “Custom
Circuit” output type, e.g. If custom circuit 3 is
programmed to trigger its custom output, it will
activate “Custom cct 3” output (system output
No 82).
Each attribute can be assigned to the custom
circuit so that they are only activated for the
following conditions:
Unset
Attributes assigned to the custom circuit for the
unset mode will only operate when the ward
that the circuit is assigned to is in an unset state.
Part
Attributes assigned to the custom circuit for the
part set mode will only operate when the ward
that the circuit is assigned to is set and one or
more wards are unset, i.e. the system is in a part
set state.
Full
Attributes assigned to the custom circuit for the
full set mode will only operate when the system
is fully set, i.e. all defined wards set.
Custom Circuits Flowchart
Digi/Modem Options
[3-C]
This option allows the engineer to program the
plug-on digicom or digi-modem.
Custom Circuit Text
Up to 11 characters can be assigned to each
custom circuit. This text is displayed when
programming circuits.
Log Required
A custom circuit with the “Log Required”
attribute will cause the control panel to record a
log event whenever something activates the
circiut. The system can be full set, part set or
unset.
Digi/Modem Options Flowchart
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Call Back No.1
Modem Site No.
This option allows the first call back telephone
number to be programmed.
This option allows the Modem site number to be
programmed. The “Modem Site No.” is a 4 digit
number that is used as a site reference. When
using the “Lineload” software the “Site
Reference” number in the site profile must
match the “Modem Site No.” that is stored in the
control panel.
Call Back No.2
This option allows the second call back
telephone number to be programmed.
Call Back No.3
This option allows the third call back telephone
number to be programmed.
Modem Site No Flowchart
Program Digicom
This option allows the plug-on digicoms DC54,
DC58 and DC58M to be programmed via the
control panel.
Modem Callback Numbers Flowchart
Modem Password
This option allows the modem password to be
programmed. The “Modem Password” can be
up to 16 character long and provides a means
of security for remote communications. When
using the “Lineload” software the “Modem
Password” in the site profile must match the
“Modem Password” that is stored in the control
panel.
Modem Password Flowchart
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When prompted to “press the [0] key to
end programming”, it will take approximately
25 - 30 seconds to download the new data to
the digicom.
When using the control panel to program
a DC54, the program options that are not
applicable can be ignored, e.g. telephone
number 3 and channels 5 - 8 are not used by
the DC54 and therefore do not require
programming.
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Digi Baud rate
This option allows the engineer to set the baud
rate for the plug-on digicom. For the
DC54/58/58M this MUST be set at 300 baud.
COM1 Baud rate
This option allows the engineer to set the baud
rate for the general communication port (For
future use).
Digi & Com Baud Rate Flowchart
Internal digi
This option allows the engineer to use the
DC58/58M as a multi account digicom. This in
effect gives you 16 digicoms in one unit. The
feature can only be used with DC58/DC58M’s
fitted with version 2.8 software.
Each channel can be assigned a ward output
type, e.g. channel 3 ward alarm. Each ward
can then be assigned a four digit account
number (if the ward account is set to ’0000’ then
all channels for that ward are disabled).
Internal Digicom Flowchart
Activity Count
Circuits with the “Activity Monitor” attribute that
have been activated whilst the system was
unset cause the “Activity Counter” to be
increased by one. This option allows the
engineer to view the counter value.
Reset Digicom
This option resets the plug-on digicom and
uploads the digicom NVM data to the control
panel. The upload will take approximately 25 30 seconds. Once uploaded the data can be
edited using the "Program Digicom" option and
then sent back to the digicom.
Activity Count Flowchart
Reset Digicom Flowchart
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Engineers Menu 4
Introduction
Select Engineers menu 4 by pressing [ENT] whilst
the display shows Engineers menu 3. Each
menu option can be selected by pressing the
relevant “hotkey” or you can scroll forwards and
backwards through the options using the [A]
and [C] keys.
Menu Contents
Hotke
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Option
Page
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
0
Auto-set Timers
Network Equipment Wards
Equipment Wards
Unset Circuit Types
Log Search Keys
Shunt Groups
OM Configuration
Set Volume Level
Edit Quick Set Keys
Engineer wards
Code Lock Timers
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Auto-set Timers
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The TS2500 has three auto-set timers, each
timer has the following options:
Set times 1, 2 & 3
Each timer has three Independent setting times.
Unset time 1, 2 & 3
Days of operation 1, 2 & 3
Each of the individual set/unset timers can be
programmed to operate on different days of
the week.
Set/Unset Wards
Each timer can set and unset any combination
of wards A-P.
Each timer has three Independent unsetting
times.
Auto-set Timers Flowchart
Network Equipment Wards
[4-2]
This option allows the engineer to assign remote
keypads, XNodes and Nodes to wards.This will
ensure that lid tamper alarms from devices on
the network have the correct response, e.g. if a
Node is assigned to ward A and ward A is unset,
an internal alarm is generated when the Node
lid is removed. However if ward A is set then a
full alarm is generated.
XNodes
The assignment of XNodes to wards will also
ensure that the correct operation of remote
keypads and extension loudspeaker connected
to the XNode. If an XNode is assigned to ward
A, the remote keypads and the extension
loudspeakers connected to the XNode are also
assigned to ward A.
Remote Keypads
The assignment of remote keypads to wards
also ensures the correct operation of user
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passcodes, e.g, if a user is assigned as a
“Standard Ward” user type to ward A, the user
will only be able to set and unset ward A from a
remote keypad that is assigned to ward A.
Keypad Sounder
The internal sounder inside each remote
keypad will operate as follows:
1. If the remote keypad is connected to an
XNode the sounder will follow the
assignment of the XNode. For example, if
the XNode is assigned to ward B the remote
keypad sounder will operate when ward B is
in entry, exit or alarm.
2. If the remote keypad is connected directly
to a network, the sounder will follow the
assignment of the panel speaker (see
“Equipment Wards” on page 82). For
example, if the panel speaker is assigned to
wards A & B the remote keypad sounder will
operate when wards A or B are in entry, exit
or alarm.
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Extension loudspeakers
Aux 1 Tamper
Extension loudspeakers will operate as follows:
Auxiliary tamper 1 can be assigned to any
combination of wards, this will ensure that
tamper alarms from this input have the correct
response.
1. If the extension loudspeaker is connected to
an XNode the loudspeaker will follow the
assignment of the XNode. For example, if
the XNode is assigned to ward B the
loudspeaker will operate when ward B is in
entry, exit or alarm.
2. If the extension loudspeaker is connected to
the control panel, the loudspeaker will follow
the assignment of the panel speaker (see
“Equipment Wards” on page 82). For
example, if the panel speaker is assigned to
wards A & B the loudspeaker will operate
when wards A or B are in entry, exit or alarm.
Aux 2 Tamper
Auxiliary tamper 2 can be assigned to any
combination of wards, this will ensure that
tamper alarms from this input have the correct
response.
Phone Line Fault
The phone line fault input can be assigned to
any combination of wards. When a phone line
fault occurs the system will respond as follows:
(a) All remote keypads will display “PHONE
LINE FAULT”.
(b) All internal sounders assigned to the
same wards as the “Phone Line Fault” will
generate a chime tone every minute on the
minute and after the line fault delay timer
has expired.
(c) If “Can Set With L.F” is enabled (see
configuration) users assigned to the same
wards as the “Phone Line Fault” can set their
wards but will be asked to confirm that they
are setting with a phone line fault present.
(d) If “No Set With L.F” is enabled (see
configuration) users assigned to the same
wards as the “Phone Line Fault” cannot set
their wards until the phone line fault is
cleared.
Mains Power Off
Network Equipment Wads Flowchart
Equipment Wards
[4-3]
The mains power off condition can be assigned
to any combinations of wards. When the loss of
mains power occurs the system will respond as
follows:
This option allows the engineer to assign the
following options to wards.
(a) All remote keypads display “AC OFF”.
Panel tamper
(b) All internal sounders assigned to the
same wards as the “Mains Power Off” will
generate a chime tone every minute on the
minute and after the mains off delay timer
has expired.
The control panel lid tamper can be assigned
to any combinations of wards, this will ensure
the correct tamper response from a lid tamper
alarm.
Bell Box Tamper
The bell box tamper can be assigned to any
combination of wards, this will ensure that
tamper alarms from external bell have the
correct response.
(c) If “Can Set-AC Off” is enabled (see
configuration) users assigned to the same
wards as the “Mains Power Off” can set their
wards.
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(d) If “No Set-AC Off” is enabled (see
configuration) users assigned to the same
wards as the “Mains Power Off” cannot set
their wards until the mains power is restored.
Payment Timer
The payment timer can be assigned to any
combination of wards, when the payment timer
expires the selected wards will then be locked
into engineer reset/remote reset.
Conf Eng Reset
You can assign confirmed alarms in each ward
as engineer or user reset. If you select a ward in
this option then an engineer must reset a
confirmed alarm for the word, or an ARC can
reset a confirmed alarm using remote reset.
(Remember to enable remote reset for the
ward.)
If you do not select a ward in this option, then
users can reset a confirmed alarm in that ward.
Unconf Eng Reset
You can assign uncofirmed alarms in each
ward as engineer or user reset. If you select a
ward in this option then an engineer or the ARC
must reset the system after an unconfirmed
alarm. If you deselect a ward in this option then
a user can reset an unconfirmed alarm in the
ward.
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Take care when enabling "Conf Eng Reset"
for one Ward (for example ward X) and
disabling "Unconf Eng Reset" for another
Ward (for example ward Y). An alarm
activation in Ward X followed by an alarm
activation in the Ward Y will cause a
confirmed alarm. Ward X needs an engineer
reset, but Ward Y needs a user reset. This
could be a problem if, for instance Ward X is
perimeter protection and Ward Y is internal
protection (for example PIRs).
Tamper Engineer Reset
Daytime tamper alarms can be assigned as
engineer or user reset for each ward. If a ward is
assigned as engineer reset, a daytime tamper
alarm can only be reset by the engineer or
remote reset (if remote reset is enabled for that
ward). If a ward is not assigned as engineer
reset it becomes user reset and can reset by
any user that has access for that ward.
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Remote Reset
Remote reset can be enabled or disabled for
each ward. If a ward has remote reset enabled
users have access to the remote reset feature.
If a ward does not have remote reset enabled,
only the engineer can reset after alarm.
Panel Speaker
The control panel speaker can be assigned to
any combination of wards, this will ensure that
the sounders only operate when the relevant
ward(s) are in alarm, entry & exit etc.
Relearn Required
When the system hardware configuration
changes the system requires a relearn. This
option allows you to select which wards require
a relearn before the ward can be set.
Re-arms applies to
The rearm facility can be applied to any
combination of wards. If rearm is applied to a
ward the ward will rearm according to the
"Number of rearms'" specified in the "System
Options", see page 47. If rearm is not applied to
a ward, the ward will not auto rearm after an
alarm, i.e., one activation of the bell.
Hi Security ward
If a ward is selected as “High Security” the ward
will always attempt to stay in a set condition. If
the ward is unset by a user the remote keypads
display "HI SECURE UNSET" and the "Hi Security"
timer is started. Every time a detector is
triggered in the unset ward(s) the "Hi Security"
timer is reset. When the timer expires the system
will attempt to automatically set the "High
Security" ward(s).
System Bell/STB
This option allows you to select which wards will
trigger the main bell and strobe outputs on the
control panel.
Ward A Foyer Mode
The “Ward A Foyer Mode” allows you to create a
common area that is automatically set when all
the wards that are assigned to it are set. Ward A
will also automatically unset when any one of
the assigned wards is unset. For example if
wards B, C and D are assigned to the “Ward A
Foyer Mode” the system will automatically set
ward A when the last ward (B, C or D) is set. The
system will automatically unset ward A when the
first ward (B, C or D) is unset.
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Unset fire Signals
This option allows you to designate which wards
will trigger the “System Fire” output and “Ward
Fire” output when a fire alarm circuit is trigger
within an unset ward. If a ward is assigned to this
option, a fire alarm from the selected ward will
activate the “System Fire” output and the
respective “Ward Fire” output when the ward is
set or unset. If a ward is not assigned to this
option, a fire alarm from the selected ward will
only activate the “System Fire” output and the
respective “Ward Fire” output when the ward is
set.
Engineer’s Menu 4
Unset Circuit Types
[4-4]
This option allows the engineer to change the
circuit type when the circuit is unset, e.g.
detection circuit 1001 can be programmed for
night operation whilst the ward is set and then
change to PA operation when the ward is unset.
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You must program detection circuits in
“Engineers menu 1" before programming the
unset circuit types. Initially the unset circuit type
automatically follows the type programmed in
”Engineers menu 1" and must be altered using
this option.
Double Knock Wards
Log Search Keys
Battery Failed
For example, log search key [1] could be set-up
to search for alarms, set wards and unset wards.
When viewing the log and pressing [1] the
display would show the next event that met the
search key criteria, i.e. it would display the next
logged alarm, set or unset wards.
This option allows you to designate which wards
will use the double knock counter (see “System
Options” on page 48). If the double knock
counter is assigned to a ward, all circuits with
the double knock attribute within the selected
ward will use the value defined by the double
knock counter (1-999). If the double knock
counter is not assigned to a ward, all circuits
with the double knock attribute within the
selected ward will use a default value of 002.
This option allows you to specify which ward
Battery Fail alarms will sound in. (Default = Ward
A)
[4-5]
This option allows the engineer to configure the
nine log search keys. When viewing the event
log you would normally use the [A] and [C] keys
to scroll backwards and forwards through the
event log. The log search keys allow you to
scroll backwards through the log, but will only
display events that meet the search key criteria.
Each search key can have up to 5 search
events assigned to it.
If you only want to search for a single event
type, then assign all 5 events as the same type.
The table below shows the default log search
key settings:
Ke Event 1
y
1 ALARM
2
24hr
ALARM
3
FIRE
ALARM
4
PA
ALARM
5 TAMPER
6
7
8
9
Event 2
Event 3
Event 4
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
24hr
24hr
24hr
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
PA
PA ALARM PA ALARM
ALARM
TAMPE TAMPER
TAMPER
R
ENTRY ENTRY
ENTRY
ENTRY
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
CODE CODE
CODE
CODE
SET
SET SET WARDS SET WARDS
WARDS WARDS
UNSET UNSET
UNSET
UNSET
WARDS WARDS WARDS
WARDS
Event 5
ALARM
24hr ALARM
FIRE ALARM
PA ALARM
TAMPER
ENTRY
PASS CODE
SET WARDS
UNSET
WARDS
Equipment Wards Flowchart
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Log Search Keys Flowchart
Shunt Groups
Shunt Groups Flowchart
[4-6]
The TS2500 alarm system has 50 shunt groups
each group can have up to 4 circuits assigned
to it. Each circuit must have the “Shuntable”
attribute assigned in order for it to be shunted.
Each group can then be allocated to a user
passcode (type "Shunt").
Operation
When a shunt passcode is entered the selected
group of circuits are shunted (isolated), this is
confirmed by the remote keypads showing
“Your circuits are now shunted”. When the shunt
passcode is re-entered, the selected group of
circuits are reinstated and the remote keypad
shows “Your circuit are reinstated”.
OM Configuration
This option allows the engineer to define which
ward and circuit status information is sent to the
control panel output module port.
Mimic options
The mimic options allow you to define which
ward related data is sent to the output module
port.
CCT options
The circuit options allows you to define which
circuit related data is sent to the output module
port.
If the system configuration is programmed as
“Unshunt, no exit”, the shunted circuits are
reinstated as soon as the passcode is entered.
If the system configuration is programmed as
“Unshunt & exit”, the exit procedure is started
when the passcode is entered and the shunted
circuits are reinstated on completion of the exit
procedure.
OM Configuration Flowchart
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Set Volume Level
Engineer’s Menu 4
[4-8]
This option allows the engineer to adjust the
volume level of the control panel speaker
output.
logged on. If the ward is subsequently set whilst
the engineer is still logged on the monitoring of
circuits within that ward is resumed. The
engineer cannot select a ward that is currently
set. This feature allows parts of the system to be
disabled and other parts to be kept live when
an engineer is logged on.
Set Volume Level Flowchart
Edit Quick Keys
[4-9]
This options allows the engineer to configure the
[A], [B] and [C] keys on the remote keypads to
perform set functions. For example, key [A]
could be programmed to follow part set group
1, whereas key [B] could be programmed to
follow part set group 8.
Once defined the quick keys do NOT require the
user to enter their passcode, they simply press
the relevant "Quick Set Key" and the system will
perform the function assigned to that key.
Engineer Wards Flowchart
Code Lock Times
[4-0]
This options allows the engineer to define up to
three code lock time groups, each group has
the following options:
On- times 1, 2 & 3
Each group has three Independent on times.
Off- time 1, 2 & 3
Each group has three Independent off times.
Days of operation 1, 2 & 3
Each group can be programmed to operate
on different days of the week.
Users
Up to 10 users can be assigned to each code
lock group.
Operation
Edit Quick Keys Flowchart
Engineers Wards
[4-A]
This option allows the engineer to select wards
as “Engineer Wards”. When a ward is selected
as an “Engineer Ward” all circuits within that
ward are NOT monitored whilst the engineer is
Once a user is assigned to a code lock group
their passcode is only valid when the code lock
group timer is off. If the user attempts to use
their passcode whilst the timer is on the display
will show "Sorry. Your code is locked out"
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Text Editing Keys
Setup New Users
When programming any text the keys on the
keypad function as shown below:
The TS2500 allows up to 199 users to operate
the alarm system, each user is assigned a user
type, passcode and ward access. User 001 is
the master user which has a default setting of
5678.
User Types
The following user types are available:
Master
Text Editing Keys
Cursor Types
[^] This is the normal text editing cursor. Use
the text editing keys as shown above.
[|] This is the number cursor. Use the
numbered keys 0 - 9 to enter numeric data.
[+] This is the insert cursor. Use text editing
keys as shown above to insert text at the
cursor.
[-] This is the delete cursor. Use key [7] to
delete from the left of the cursor and key [9]
to delete from the right of the cursor.
Common Key Sequences
Characte
r
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
Key Sequence
Character Key Sequence
1
1A
1AA
2C
2
2A
2AA
3C
3
3A
3AA
3AAA
4CC
4C
4
4A
4AA
4AAA
5CC
5C
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
:
;
<
=
>
?
@
!
"
#
$
%
&
5
5A
5AA
5AAA
5AAAA
5AAAAA
1CCCCCCC
1CCCCCC
1CCCCC
1CCCC
1CCC
1CC
1C
0A
0AA
0AAA
0AAAA
0AAAAA
0AAAAAA
This user type has access to all fours our user
menus and options. A master user is also a
global user which allows the user to set and
unset their assigned wards from any remote
keypad.
Manager
This user type has access to "User menu 1"and
"User menu 2". A manager user is also a global
user which allows the user to set and unset their
assigned wards from any remote keypad.
Standard Global
This user type has access to "User menu 1". A
standard global user is also a global user which
allows the user to set and unset their assigned
wards from any remote keypad.
Standard Ward
This user type has access to "User menu 1". A
standard ward user can only set and unset their
assigned wards from a remote keypad that is
assigned to the same ward(s) that they are
trying to set/unset, For example if the user is
assigned to wards A and B, then operates the
system from a keypad assigned only to ward B,
the user would only have the option to set/unset
ward B.
Reset Only
This user type allows 24hr alarms to be reset and
access to "User menu 1" options 1 to 9. A reset
only user is also a global user type which allows
the user to reset 24hr alarms from any remote
keypad.
Panic Code
This user type does not have access to any user
menus nor can it be used to set and unset the
system. When this user code is entered a "Panic
Alarm"’ is transmitted to the alarm receiving
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centre and the external sounder(s) and strobe
light(s) are also activated.
Duress Code
This user type operates in the same way as a
standard global user, but when the passcode is
used a silent "Panic Alarm" is transmitted to the
alarm receiving centre.
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If "Configuration option 02" is set to
enabled, all users can generate a "Duress"
alarm by entering their passcode with the first
two digits reversed (e.g. for a passcode of 2580
enter 5280 to generate a "Duress" alarm).
Access
This user type does not have access to any user
menus nor can it be used to set and unset the
system. When this user code is entered it will
operate specific outputs which in turn can be
used to operate an electric door strike or similar.
Shunt
This user type does not have access to any user
menus nor can it be used to set and unset the
system. When this user code is entered it will
isolate a pre-defined group of detection
circuits. When the code is re-entered it will
reinstate the group.
Set Only
This user type operates in the same way as a
standard global user, except that it only allows
setting of wards.
Not in use
This user type does not perform any operation.
Select this user type to delete an existing user.
User Wards
Each user must be assigned to wards. Once
assigned to wards the user can then set, unset
and reset the wards they have been given
access to.
Auto Sets wards
Wards that are assigned as auto set will
automatically be selected for setting when
choosing the "SET WARDS" option. If a ward is not
assigned as auto set the user is given the
choice to select the ward at the time of setting.
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Auto Unset Wards
Wards that are assigned as auto unset will
automatically be selected for unsetting when
choosing the "UNSET WARDS" option. If a ward is
not assigned as auto unset the user is given the
choice to select the ward at the time of
unsetting.
Customising Users
Access to user menus is initially defined by the
user type, e.g. the manager user has access to
user menus 1 and 2, and a standard global
user has access to user menu 1 only. However,
each user can be customised so that individual
options within user menus are available or
restricted, e.g. user 002 could be given the
initial type of standard ward, then customised to
allow the user to access all user menus and
options.
The table below shows all four user menus and
the options available:
Key User Menu User Menu User Menu User Menu
1
2
3
4
1
Bell Test
View circuits
Time
Auto-set
Switches
Timers
2
Walk Test
Set System
Part Set
Time
Groups
3
Remote
Set System Use On-line
Reset
date
Pad
4
Change
Setup new
Edit User
passcode
users
Names
5
Enable
Chime
Part Set Text Log Search
Chime
Circuits
Keys
6
24hr Omit 24hr Group Circuit Text
Shunt
Groups
7 Omit Zones Print System
Log
8
Silent Set
Alter Wards
Set Volume
Level
9
View
Edit Quick
System Log
Keys
0
Set/Unset
Rem. Serv.
Activity
Code Lock
Options
Count
Times
A
Start Call
Back
B
C
Set BST/GMT
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Setup New Users Flowchart
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Engineer’s Quick Reference
Engineer's Menu 1
Hotkey Options
1
Program Panel Outputs
2
Program Digicom Outputs
Page
34
Hotkey Options
1 = Panel Output 1 (relay)
2 = Panel Output 2 (-ve)
3 = Panel Output 3 (+ve)
4 = Panel Output 4 (+ve)
1 = Channel 1
2 = Channel 2
3 = Channel 3
4 = Channel 4
3
Program Digicom Channels
4
Program Circuits, Attributes & Wards
1 = Channel 1
2 = Channel 2
3 = Channel 3
4 = Channel 4
Circuit Types
0 = Not Used
Night
2 = 24 Hour
3 = PA Silent
4 = PA Audiible
5 = Fire
6 = Auxiliary
7 = Final Exit
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5 = Channel 5
6 = Channel 6
7 = Channel 7
8 = Channel 8
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5 = Channel 5
6 = Channel 6
7 = Channel 7
8 = Channel 8
8
Program System Options
9
Program Configuration
A
View Location Text
B
Default NVM data
C
Log Off Engineer
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8 = Exit Terminator 1 =
9 = Ward Key
A/C = Shunt Key
A/C = Tamper
A/C = Security
A/C = 24hr Silent
A/C = Night Perimeter
A/C = Lock Set
A/C = Custom circuits
Circuit Attributes
1 = Access
9 = Chime 2
2 = Double Knock A/C = Chime 3
3 = On Test
A/C = Inverted
4 = Omittable
A/C = Shuntable
5 = Reset
A/C = Beam Pair
6 = Activity
A/C = Eng. Test
7 = Entry
A/C = Monitored
8 = Chime 1
A/C = Non Latching
B = Toggle attribute between YES/NO
Wards
1 - 8 = Select/deselect wards displayed
A/C = Toggle wards A-H or I-P
B = Select/deselect all wards
5
Program System Timers
Exit time wards A-P
Entry dly wards A-P
Digi dly wards A-P
Bell dly wards A-P
Bell dur wards A-P
Exit settle time
2nd Entry delay
Double Knock dly
Abort duration
Abort delay
Confirmation Time
Courtesy time
Access code time
Menu time-out
Line fault delay
AC off delay
6
Program Setting Modes
7
System Print-out
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Monitor cct time
Beam pair time
Battery test dur
Answer ring time
Global bell dly
Global bell dur
Activity delay
Defer setting by
Battery test
Hi Security time
Cct test time
Service time
Payment time
Test call every
Select menu time
Custom o/p 2 Tmr
Battery Fail Sounder
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A/C =Select ward 1 = Final Exit
2 = Exit Terminator 3 = Timed Exit
4 = Instant
5 = Deferred
6 = Lock Set
0 = Custom text
1 = Modem data
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8 = Code locks
9 = Auto-set times
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2 = User codes
A/C = Custom Circuits
3 = Configuration A/C = Circuits
4 = Outputs
A/C = Equipment wards
5 = Setting modes A/C = Net equipment
6 = System timers A/C = Part set groups
7 = Time switches
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Number of rearms Remote resets
Modem rings
Reset algorithm
Keys until tamp
Double Knocks
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00 = Bell is an SAB / Bell is an SCB
01 = View alms P.Set / View alms unset
02 = Duress Disabled / Duress Enabled
03 = Engr Authorised / User Authorised
04 = On-Line Enabled / On-Line Disabled
05 = Lo-sec Engineer / Hi-sec Engineer
06 = Normal answer / Timed answer
07 = Unset ward first / Set ward first
08 = Can set with L.F / No set with L.F
09 = Can set - AC off / No set - AC off
10 = Quiet chimes / Loud chimes
11 = O/P 1 normal / O/P1 inverted
12 = Digi normal / digi inverted
13 = 4 digit codes / 6 digit codes
14 = Modem on Com1 / Printer on COM1
15 = Chime Audible / Chime Visible
16 = Manual Omits / Automatic Omits
17 = Omit Tampers No / Omit Tampers Yes
18 = O/M's mimic cct / O/M’s mimic alms
19 = Log Time & Date / Log Time & Day
20 = Global Setting / Local Setting
21 = Global Unsetting / Local Unsetting
22 = 24hr Omit Global / 24hr Omit Local
23 = Ward bell time / Global bell time
24 = Latching Fire / Nonlatching Fire
25 = Online Printing / Offline Printing
26 = Timed code o/p / Latched code o/p
27 = Activity flt ok/ Activity flt Bar
28 = Latching 24hr / Nonlatching 24hr
29 = Access code only / Access all codes
30 = Answer anytime / Answer o/p 1 on
31 = NVM is Unlocked / NVM is Locked
32 = Unshunt & No exit / Unshunt & exit
33 = Ignore errors / View exit errors
34 = Mimic, Mimic set only / All times
35 = Entry Kpd Unlocked / Locked
36 = Sounders on Unconf Alarm / Conf Alarm
37 = Bells on Unconf Alarm / Conf Alarm
38 = Confirmation After Entry Off / On
39 = Entry Confirmation on 1 cct / 2cct
40 = Alarm Confirmation On / Off
B = Toggle between two options
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1 = Panel Location 2 = Remote Location
0 = Custom text
1 = Modem data
2 = User codes
3 = Configuration
4 = Outputs
5 = Setting modes
6 = System timers
7 = Time switches
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8 = Code locks
9 = Auto-set times
A/C = Custom Circuits
A/C = Circuits
A/C = Equipment wards
A/C = Net equipment
A/C = Part set groups
A/C = Log
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0
1
Goto User Menu 1
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1 = Bell Test
6 = 24hr Omit
2 = Walk Test
7 = Omit Circuits
3 = Remote Reset 8 = Silent Set Wards
4 = Change code 0 = Set/Unset Menu
5 = Select Chime
Engineers Menu 2
View Circuits
Set System Time
3
4
5
Set System Date
Change Passcode (Engineers)
Alter Chime Circuits
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B = Toggle BST / GMT
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56
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A/C = Scroll up and down
ENT = To edit
1 = Chime tone 1
2 = Chime tone 2
3 = Chime tone 3
0 = Disabled
6
Alter 24hr Group
7
8
Print System Log
Alter Circuit Wards
Page
2
Part Set Groups
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3
4
Use On-Line Keypad
Edit User Names
5
Part Set Text
6
Circuit Text
7
Custom Text Menu
8
Equipment Outputs
9
Built In Tests
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A
B
Custom Outputs
Custom Circuits
C
Digi-modem Options
0
Activity Count
1 - 8 = Select/deselect wards displayed
A/C = Toggle wards A-H or I-P
B = Select/deselect all wards
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A/C = Scroll up and down
ENT = To edit
1 - 8 = Select/deselect wards displayed
A/C = Toggle wards A-H or I-P
B = Select/deselect all wards
9
View System Log
A
Start Call Back Sequence
B
Reset User Code 1
C
0
Set BST/GMT Dates
Remote Service Options
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A = Time switch 1 1 = On Time 1
B = Time switch 2 2 = On Time 2
C = Time switch 3 3 = On Time 3
4 = Off Time 1
7 = 1st operates on
5 = Off Time 2
8 = 2nd operates on
6 = Off Time 3
9 = 3rd operates on
0 = Manually switch output
A/C = Scroll up and down
ENT = Toggle text / location
2
Engineers Menu 3
Hotkey Option
Program Time Switches
1
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A/C = Scroll up and down
B = Toggle user name / No
B = Toggle event / ward
B = Toggle circuit No / circuit text
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1 = Call Back No 1
2 = Call Back No 2
3 = Call Back No 3
B = Enter number required
ENT = Start call back sequence
61
ENT = Reset user 1 to 5678
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B = Toggle Enabled / Disabled
1 - 9/0 = Select part set group
ENT = Edit
65
65
A/C = Scroll up and down
ENT = Edit text
65
1 - 9/0 = Select part set group
ENT = Edit text
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A/C = Scroll up and down
ENT = Edit text
0 = Reset message
1 = Location text
2 = Printer header
3 = Rem reset msg
4 = Printer prefix
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5 = Banner message
6 = Part set banner
7 = Aux. Tamper 1
8 = Aux. Tamper 2
9 = Modem string
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A/C = Scroll up and down
B = Toggle output A / B
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Software Version
1 = Voltage
2 = Current
3 = Circuit Resistance
4 = Digicom Outputs (Panel)
5 = Test panel outputs
6 = Test Node outputs
7 = Confirm Network devices
8 = Test Keypad display
9 = View Network devices
A/C = Network errors
A/C = False setting routine
A/C = Test digicom channels (Plug-on)
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1 - 8 = Select custom output 1 - 8
ENT = Edit
1 = Toggle unset
A/C = Sounder required
2 = Toggle part set A/C = Warning required
3 = Toggle set
A/C = Trig Custom o/p
A/C = Bell required A/C = Log Required
A/C = Digi required
1 = Call back No 1
2 = Call back No 2
3 = Call back No 3
4 = Modem password
5 = Modem site No
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6 = Program digicom
7 = Digi Baud rate
8 = COM1 Baud rate
9 = Internal digicom
0 = Reset digicom
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A/C = Scroll wards
B = Reset counter
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Hotkey Option
Auto-set Timers
1
Page
2
Network Equipment Wards
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3
Equipment Wards
4
Unset Circuit Types
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A = Timer 1
1 = Set Time 1
B = Timer 2
2 = Set Time 2
C = Timer 3
3 = Set Time 3
4 = Unset Time 1 7 = 1st operates on
5 = Unset Time 2 8 = 2nd operates on
6 = Unset Time 3 9 = 3rd operates on
ENT = Select wards
0 = Manually switch output
A/C = Scroll up and down
ENT = Edit wards
1 - 8 = Select/deselect wards displayed
A/C = Toggle wards A-H or I-P
B = Select/deselect all wards
Circuit Types
0 = Not Used
1 = Night
2 = 24 Hour
3 = PA Silent
4 = PA Audiible
5 = Fire
6 = Auxiliary
7 = Final Exit
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8 = Exit Terminator
9 = Ward Key
A/C = Shunt Key
A/C = Tamper
A/C = Security
A/C = 24hr Silent
A/C = Night Perimeter
A/C = Custom circuits
5
6
7
Log Search Keys
Shunt Groups
OM Configuration
8
Set Volume Level
9
Edit Quick Set Keys
0
Code Lock Timers
A
Engineers Wards
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1 = Panel tamper
2 = Bell box tamper
3 = Aux 1 tamper
4 = Aux 2 tamper
5 = Phone line fault
6 = Mains power off
7 = Payment timer
8 = Conf Eng Reset
9 =Tamper Eng Reset
A/C = Remote reset
A/C = Panel speaker
A/C = Relearn required
A/C = Re-arms apply to
A/C = Hi Security ward
A/C = System Bell/STB
A/C = Ward A foyer Mode
A/C = Unset fire sig.
A/C = Dble Knock wards
A/C = Battery Failed
A/C = Unconf Eng Reset
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1 = Mimic options
2 = CCT options
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A/C = Increase / Decrease
85
A/B/C = Quick set key A/B/C
1 - 9 = Select part set group
0 = Disabled
85
A = Codelock 1
1 = On Time 1
B = Codelock 2
2 = On Time 2
C = Codelock 3 3 = On Time 3
4 = Off Time 1
7 = 1st operates on
5 = Off Time 2
8 = 2nd operates on
6 = Off Time 3
9 = 3rd operates on
ENT = Select users
0 = Manually switch output
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Index
Index
24hr Circuits
Audible, 41
Latching option, 50
Silent, 42
24hr Omit
Alter 24hr omit group, 57
Global / local option, 50
Abort
Delay timer, 44
Duration timer, 44
AC Off
Assigning to wards, 81
Can set without option, 49
Off delay timer, 44
Access
Attribute, 42
Code timer, 44
Output options, 50
User type, 88
Activity
Attribute, 42
Delay timer, 44
Setting option, 50
Viewing count, 78
Alarms
Making engineer reset, 82
Viewing options, 48
Answer ring timer, 44
Attributes, 42
Auto-set Timers, 80
Auxiliary
12V connections, 17
12V Fuse, 19
Circuit type, 41
Tamper Connections, 17
Auxiliary Tamper
Assigning text, 68
Assigning to wards, 81
Banner Message, 68
Battery
Connections, 15, 17
Fault LED, 18
General, 12
Kick start pins, 18
Test timer, 44, 45
Battery Fail Sounder
Timer, 45
Beam Pair
Attribute, 43
Delay timer, 44
Bell
Assigning to wards, 82
Fuse, 19
Global / ward option, 50
Global delay timer, 44
Global duration timer, 44
SAB/SCB option, 48
Ward delay timer, 43
Ward duration timer, 43
Bell Box Tamper
Assigning to wards, 81
Connections, 27
Chime
Alter Chime Circuits, 57
Attribute, 42
Audible / Visual option, 49
Quiet / Loud option, 49
Circuit Text Library, 67
Circuit Types, 41
Code accepted
Latched / timed option, 50
Code Lock Timers, 85
Configuration options, 48
Confirmation
Network devices, 71
Second alarm time, 44
Control Panel
Assigning tamper to wards,
81
Features, 2
Installation, 14
PCB Layout, 16
Specifications, 3
Tamper, 19
Courtesy timer, 44
Current
Measuring with control panel,
70
Measuring with DVM, 18
Custom Circuits
Circuit type, 42
Programming, 74
Custom Outputs
Programming, 73
Timer, 45
Date
BST/GMT change over, 62
Setting, 56
DC54/58 Digicom
General, 13
Programming via panel, 76
Resetting, 78
Wiring details, 29
DC58M Digi modem
Answer call options, 51
General, 13
Normal / timed answer, 48
Wiring details, 29
Defer setting timer, 44
Deferred setting mode, 46
Detection Circuits
Assigning text, 66
Changing type when unset,
83
Numbering format, 41
Programming, 41
Viewing resistance of, 70
Viewing status of, 56
Wiring double pole, 27
Wiring End of Line, 27
Diagnostics Routines, 70
Digi Baud Rate, 78
Digi Modem
Call back numbers, 76
Modem password, 76
Modem site number, 76
Options, 75
Resetting, 78
Digicom
Delay timer, 43
Outputs, 17
Plug-on connections, 18
Power terminal, 17
Testing outputs, 70
Types, 3
Digicom Channels
Programming, 34
Testing, 72
Digicom Outputs
Inverting option, 49
Programming, 34
Double Knock
Assigning to wards, 83
Attribute, 42
Counter, 48
Delay timer, 44
Duress
Disable / Enable option, 48
User type, 88
EMC Compatibility, 8
Engineer access
Hi / Lo security option, 48
Passcode - Changing, 56
Engineer Reset
Alarms, 82
Tampers, 82
Engineer Tests
Engineer test attribute, 43
Test routines, 70
Engineers Menus
Menu 1, 33
Menu 2, 55
Menu 3, 63
Menu 4, 79
Engineers Remote Keypad, 18
Engineers Wards, 85
Entry
Attribute, 42
Second entry timer, 43
Timer, 43
EPROM
Upper & Lower, 18
Viewing version, 70
Equipment Outputs, 68
93
Index
Equipment Wards, 81
Event Log
Assigning search keys, 83
Codes, 59
Log date / day option, 50
Viewing, 58
Exit settle timer, 43
Exit terminator
Circuit type, 41
Setting mode, 45
Exit timer, 43
Expansion Devices
ID Node, 3
TS LEC8, 3
TS700 LEC, 2
TS900 Node, 3
XNode, 3
External Sounder
Connections, 17
General, 13
Wiring to a Node, 28
Wiring to control panel, 27
Factory Restart
During power up, 32
Pins, 18
False Setting Routine, 72
Final Exit
Circuit type, 41
Setting mode, 45
Fire
Circuit type, 41
Latching option, 50
Signalling when unset, 83
Foyer Mode, 82
Goto user menu 1, 54
Heartbeat LED, 18
Hi Security
Assigning to wards, 82
Timer, 45
ID Node
Specifications, 4
Instant setting mode, 46
Internal Digi, 78
Introduction, 2
Invert Attribute, 42
Keys until tamper, 47
LEC 8
Connectors, 18
Installation, 26
Specifications, 4
Line Drivers
General, 3, 13
Line Fault
Assigning to wards, 81
Can set with option, 49
Delay timer, 44
Terminal, 17
Lineload
Online keypad options, 48
User / Engineer option, 48
Location Text
Programming, 68
Viewing, 52
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Log off engineer, 54
Loudspeakers
Assigning to wards, 81, 82
Connections, 17
General, 12
Wiring to an XNode, 28
Wiring to control panel, 28
Mains connection, 15
Manager user type, 87
Master user type, 87
Menu time out, 44
Modem ring counter, 47
Monitor time, 44
Monitored Attribute, 43
Network Equipment Wards, 80
Networks
Connections, 17
Fuses, 19
Viewing devices, 71
Viewing error count, 72
Night Circuit, 41
Night Perimeter Circuit, 42
Non Latching Attribute, 43
Not Used Circuit, 41
NVM
Default values, 52
Defaulting data, 52
Locking option, 51
Upper & Lower, 18
Omit Attribute, 42
Omitting Circuits
Manual / Auto option, 49
Omit tampers option, 49
On-Line Keypad, 65
Output Modules
Connector, 17
General, 3, 13
Mimic / alarms option, 49
Mimic when set option, 51
Programming options, 84
Wiring to an XNode, 30
Wiring to control panel, 30
Output Types, 35
PA
Audible circuit type, 41
Silent circuit type, 41
Panel Outputs
Connections, 17
General, 12
Inverting O/P 1 option, 49
Programming, 34
Testing Outputs, 70
Wiring examples, 30
Panic code, 87
Part Set
Banner message, 68
Groups, 64
Text, 65
Payment
Assigning to wards, 82
Timer, 45
Power LED, 18
Power-Up
Checks, 32
Sequence, 32
Printer
CPA6, 30
DATAC, 30
General, 3, 13
Header text, 68
Output Port, 17
Prefix message, 68
Printing
Online / offline option, 50
Print system log, 57
System printout, 46
Quick Set Keys, 85
Re-arm
Assigning to wards, 82
Counter, 47
RedCARE
General, 13
Wiring details, 28
Relearn Required
Assigning to wards, 82
Clearing message, 71
Message, 32
Remote Keypads
Assigning to wards, 80
Installation, 19
Outputs, 31
Programming Outputs, 68
Specifications, 3
Testing display, 71
Types, 2
Viewing location address, 52
Remote PSU
Monitoring, 31
Remote Reset
Algorithm, 47
Assigning to wards, 82
Counter, 47
Message, 68
Terminal, 17
Remote service options, 62
Reset
Attribute, 42
Message, 68
User type, 87
Security Circuit, 42
Select menu timer, 45
Service Timer, 45
Setting
Global / local option, 50
Modes, 45
Shunt
Groups, 84
Key, 41
User type, 88
Shuntable Attribute, 43
Software version, 70
Standard global user, 87
Standard ward user, 87
Start Call Back, 61
Strobe
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Assigning to wards, 82
Connections, 27
System Architecture, 1
System Learn Pins, 18
System Timers, 43
Tamper Circuit, 41
Tamper Engineer Reset, 82
Test
Attribute, 42
Timed test call, 45
Timer, 45
Text Editing Keys, 87
Time - Setting, 56
Time Switches, 64
Timed Exit setting, 45
TS700 LEC
Installation, 26
Specifications, 4
TS900 Node
Installation, 23
Specifications, 4
Unset / set wards option, 49
Unsetting
Global / local option, 50
Unshunt & Exit option, 51
Index
User Codes
4 / 6 digits option, 49
Assigning to wards, 88
Customising, 88
Resetting the master user, 61
Setting up, 87
Time locking, 85
User types, 87
User names, 65
Users mode - selecting, 54
View exit errors option, 51
Voltage
Measuring at control panel,
70
Measuring at XNode, 71
Voltage Drop
Calculating, 5
Examples, 6
Reducing, 7
Volume Level
Panel speaker, 85
XNode speaker, 23
Ward Key Circuit, 41
Wards
Alter Circuit Wards, 58
Assigning circuits, 43
Wiring
Detection circuits, 12
General, 5
Mains supply, 12
OMs to XNodes, 10
Remote keypads, 11
Remote PSUs, 7
Remote to XNodes, 9
Remotes with Nodes, 10
Screen Cable, 8
Speakers to XNodes, 10
TS900 Nodes, 10
TSLEC8, 12
XNodes, 8
Xnode
Installation, 21
Outputs, 31
Programming Outputs, 68
Specifications, 4
Testing Outputs, 71
XNode
Assigning to wards, 80
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