Eagle | 1241 | Audio Alarm Verification (AAV) Unit

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Audio Alarm Verification (AAV) Unit
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In This Section
♦ General Information
♦ AAV Module Operation
♦ Programming Audio Alarm Verification Module
Options
♦ Audio Alarm Verification Module Connections
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UL
The Audio Alarm Verification (AAV) feature is not UL Listed.
General Information
An Audio Alarm Verification (AAV) Module (also known as two-way voice), such as the Eagle
1241, is an add-on accessory that permits voice dialog between an operator at a central
station and a person at the alarm installation, for the purpose of alarm verification. This
feature is supported only if Alarm reports are programmed to be sent to the primary phone
number.
Make connections from Eagle 1241 Module terminals 7 and 8 to the control's zone 5
terminals 22 and 23. The purpose of this connection is to silence and restore the sounders at
the premises. It is also used to postpone noncritical dialer reports while the AAV session is
in progress. Note that zone 5 is then no longer available as a protection zone. When using
the AAV, zone 5 must be assigned a zone response type (e.g., response type 10), and option
1*60 must be enabled to silence sounders on the premises.
AAV Module Operation
After all messages have been sent during a reporting session to the primary phone number,
the control will trigger the AAV if at least one of the messages was an Alarm report. If
Contact ID format is selected for the primary phone number, and a Cancel report code is
enabled, the control will send a Listen-in to Follow" message (Event Code 606), which signals
the 685 (rev. 4.6 or higher) to hold the phone connection for 1 minute.
Once triggering occurs, the control will give up the phone line to the AAV Module, without
breaking connection with the central station. During the time the AAV is active, all sirens
and all continuous keypad sounds in all partitions will be shut off. When the AAV indicates
that the audio alarm verification session is completed, all keypad sounds will be restored.
Sirens will be restored if the alarm timeout period has not expired.
As part of its fail-safe software, the control will limit all audio alarm verification sessions to
15 minutes. This is because once the session begins, the AAV Module controls the duration.
If a new fire alarm should occur during a session, the control will break the phone connection
and send the new Fire Alarm report, then re-trigger the AAV Mode. All other dialer
messages triggered during ongoing conversation will be held until either the AAV Module
signals that it is inactive, or the 15-minute timeout occurs.
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VISTA-128FB Installation and Setup Guide
The AAV Module is triggered via the use of a 4204 Relay as shown in Figure 11-1. The start
and stop conditions for that relay must be set to choice 60, "Audio Alarm Verification" during
Output Programming in the #93 Menu Mode Programming section of the Programming
Guide.
Some AAV modules allow remote triggering by ring detection at the alarm installation. If
this option is selected, it may defeat modem download and 4285/4286 VIP Module remote
access capability. The DIP switch settings shown in Figure 11-1 disable remote AAV Module
trigger option. The control also requires that the AAV Module trigger type is falling edge,
which is set in DIP switch settings shown.
1. 685 Receiver software must be rev. 4.6 or higher. Earlier versions will not hold the phone line
connection.
2. Contact ID code for "Listen-in-to-follow" is 606. Contact ID is the only reporting format that will
send a "listen-in-to-follow."
Audio Alarm Verification Module Connections
Connect the Audio Alarm Verification Module's falling edge trigger input (terminal 5 on
Eagle Model 1241) to a 4204 Relay Module, as shown in Figure 11-1.
If also using a 4285/4286 VIP Module, be sure to follow the corresponding diagram when making
connections.
Programming Audio Alarm Verification Module Options
1. With at least one 2-line alpha keypad (6139/6139R) wired and set to a proper address,
temporarily apply power to the system.
2. Enter Data Field Programming Mode: [Installer Code] + 8 0 0 0.
3. Program the following data fields:
*45
PRIMARY DIALER FORMAT: Set for 1 (Contact ID).
1*60
ZONE 5/AUDIO ALARM VERIFICATION: Set for 1.
If you need more information about actual programming procedures, see The Mechanics of
Programming section.
4. Zone 5 must be programmed for response type 10 and the EOLR must be removed,
regardless of whether or not EOLR resistors have been enabled in field *41.
Zone 5 is no longer available as a protection zone.
5. Program a 4204 Relay to trip on Zone Type/Sys. Op. 60 Audio Alarm Verification (see
Output Programming in the #93 Menu Mode Programming section of the Programming
Guide.).
6. Press *99 to exit Program Mode.
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Section 11 – Audio Alarm Verification Unit
RED
GREEN
INCOMING TELCO LINE
▲
▲
RJ31X
JACK
CALLER
ID UNIT
BROWN
GRAY
Notes:
1.Remove any EOL
resistor from control
panel terminals 22 &
23, if any present.
8-CONDUCTOR
DOUBLE PLUG
CORD (SUPPLIED)
JACK
VISTA-100
PREMISES
ANSWERING
MACHINE AND
PHONES
CONTROL
CONTROL
PANEL
▲
123456
TO
CONTROL
ZONE 5+ 23
ZONE 5- 22
4
BROWN
GND
GRAY
1 2 3
5 6
REFER TO
AAV MODULE
INSTRUCTIONS
FOR CONNECTIONS
TO AUDIO SPEAKERS
AND MICROPHONE
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
ON
MODEL EAGLE SECURITY
1241
All switches should
be “off” except
switch 5, which
should be “on.”
7 8
ANSWERING
MACHINE
13
14
15
16
V+
4204 RELAY
MODULE
GND
RELAY 1, SHOWN
“OFF”
NO NC C
1 2 3
Figure 11-1: Audio Alarm Verification Module Connections
If the phone plug is disconnected at the control, the premise’s phones will not operate. If a
problem exists, remove the phone plug at the RJ31X to resume premises phone operation.
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