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Reference Guide
for the DS7400Xi (Version 3+)
Control/Communicator
Armed
Armed
Perimeter
Status
Status
Supervisory
Power
Bell Silenced
Fire
Trouble
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Power
Fire
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On
On
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Off
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2
3
Off
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6
Perimeter
Only
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Perimeter
Only
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No
Entry
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No
Entry
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Bypass
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0
#
Bypass
System
Reset
System
Reset
Keypad Quick Reference Guide
Turning On (arming) your System
Commands for other System Features
Normal Arming - [PIN] + [On]
Chime Mode -
[PIN] + [#] [7]
Perimeter Arming, no entry delay [PIN] + [No Entry] [Perimeter Only]
Zone Test -
[PIN] + [#] [8] [1]
Read Event History -
[PIN] + [#] [8] [9]
Battery Test -
[PIN] + [System Reset]
Communicator Test -
[PIN] + [#] [8] [2]
Fire Reset -
[PIN] + [System Reset]
Remote Program Dial-out -
[PIN] + [#] [8] [3]
Remote Program Answer -
[PIN] + [#] [8] [6]
Local Battery/Sounder Test -
[PIN] + [#] [8] [5]
Error Display -
[PIN] + [#] [8] [7]
Error Display Reset -
[PIN] + [System Reset]
To Silence a Fire Trouble -
[PIN] + [Off]
Perimeter Arming, with entry delay [PIN] + [Perimeter Only]
Maximum Security Arming [PIN] + [No Entry] [On]
Custom Arming - [PIN] + [#] [4]
Set Delayed Arming [PIN] + [99] and enter number of hours from
current time to the desired arming time.
Extend Automatic Arming during pre-arm time [PIN] + [OFF]
Force Arming Enter an arming command followed by [Bypass]
Zone Bypass [PIN] + [Bypass] followed by the Zone number(s)
[PIN] +[Bypass] [*] to clear ALL Bypasses
To Clear a Fire Trouble Display - [PIN] + [System Reset]
Access Control
Turning Off (disarming) your System
Enter your PIN followed by [Off]
Detection Systems PTY Ltd.
Unit 21, 45 Gilby Road
Mount Waverley, Victoria 3149, Australia
61 3 9558 8088 Fax: 61 3 9558 8089
Copyright © 1995-96
Detection Systems PTY Ltd.
Unit 2, The Riverside Centre
148 James Ruse Drive
Parramatta, NSW 2150, Australia
61 2 891 4944 Fax: 61 2 891 5844
Enter your Access Control PIN followed by [Off]
Detection Systems Int’l Inc.
19, Rue du 19 Mars-78130
Les Mureaux, France
Phone/Fax: 33 1 34 74 9576
Detection Systems Ltd.
Unit 13-18, 17/F New Commerce Centre
19 On Sum Street, Shatin, N.T.
Hong Kong
852 2635 2815 Fax: 852 2648 7986
Detection Systems, Inc., 130 Perinton Parkway, Fairport, New York, USA 14450-9199
(716) 223-4060 • (800) 289-0096 • Fax: (716) 223-9180
DS7400Xi Installation Instructions P/N 28995D.1
Table of Contents
Keypad Quick Reference Guide
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1.0 Specifications
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1.1 Enclosure Housing
1.2 Temperature
1.3 Power
1.4 Outputs
1.5 Zones
1.6 Keypads
1.7 Communicator
1.8 Partitions
1.9 Users
1.10 Lightning Protection
1.11 Burglar/Fire Zone Inputs
1.12 Fire Signal Initiating Circuit (2-wire mode)
1.13 Multiplex Bus Wiring Requirements
1.14 Option Bus Wiring Requirements
1.15 Max. Load Currents
1.16 Backup Battery Calculation
1.17 Standby Current Load
1.18 Options
2.0 Enclosure Installation
2.1 Install the Enclosure
2.2 Install the Control/Communicator
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8.1.1 General Information
8.1.2 Removing a PIN
8.1.3 Authority Levels
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8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
8.9.1
8.9.2
8.9.3
8.9.4
8.9.5
8.9.6
8.11 Emergency Keypad Alarms
8.12 Fire Safety
8.12.1 If Installed in Family Residences
8.12.2 Having and Practicing an Escape Plan
8.12.3 Installation Considerations
8.13 Testing
8.13.1 Zone Test
8.13.2 Battery/Sounder Test
8.13.3 Communicator Test
8.13.4 Event History Readback
8.13.5 Remote Program Dial-out and Answer
8.13.6 Error Displays
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7.0 Glossary
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7.1 General Control Programming
7.2 Zone Function Programming
7.3 Zone Programming
7.4 Output Programming
7.5 Partition Control Programming
7.6 Keypad Assignment Programming
7.7 Emergency Key Programming
7.8 Custom Arming Programming
7.9 Force Arming
7.10 Ground Fault Detect Programming
7.11 Commercial Fire Mode Programming
7.12 Open/Close Report Control Programming
7.13 Report Programming
Identifying Alarm Sounds
Silencing Alarms
A Cautionary Note
Use Common Sense
Caution When Entering A Building
Fire Alarms
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6.2 Zone
6.3 Zone Function
Arming/Disarming Commands
Changing the Date
Changing the Tempoary PIN Expiration Date
Changing the Time
Delayed Arming
Automatic Arming
Turning OFF the System under Duress
Emergency Procedures
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A/C Failure Report Delay
Entry/Exit Delay Cancel Zone Functions
General “Arm-Only” Authority by Partition
Input/Output Cross Matrixing
Multiplex Bus Outputs
Octal Relay Modules (DS7488)
Output Functions
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8.1 Personal Identification Numbers
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6.1 DS7400Xi Description
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8.10.1 Fire Reset
8.10.2 Fire Trouble
4.0 Hardware Layout Example
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
6.1.4
6.1.5
6.1.6
6.1.7
8.0 Operating Guide
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8.10 Fire Reset/Fire Trouble
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6.0 System Overview
Phone Number General Control Programming
Phone Answering Programming
FCC Compliance Notice
FCC Phone Connection Notice To Users
Canadian Dept. of Communications
For Installations in New Zealand
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3.0 Control Terminal Wiring
5.0 System Worksheet
7.14
7.15
7.16
7.17
7.18
7.19
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9.0 The Master Keypad
9.1 Master Keypad Displays
9.2 Arming from the Master Keypad
9.3 Disarming from the Master Keypad
9.4 Single Partition Mode
10.0 How to Program the Control Panel
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
Entering the Programmer’s Mode
Reading back a Program Address
Entering a value in a Program Address
HEX values
Defaults
Setting the Control to the Factory Default
Exiting the Programmer’s Mode
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11.0 Understanding the Programming Charts
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12.0 Programming
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12.1 General Control Programmong: Program Address
(0000)
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12.2 Zone Function Programming: Program Addresses
(0001-0015)
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12.3 Zone Programming: Program Addresses (00180145)
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12.4 Zone Partition Assignment: Program Addresses
(1248-1311)
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12.5 Zone Bypass Programming: Program Addresses
(0016-0017)
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12.6 Output Programming: Program Addresses (01460148)
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12.7 Output Partition Assignment: Program Addresses
(0149-0150)
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12.8 Partition Control Programming: Program Address
(0165)
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12.9 Quick Arm Control Programming: Program
Address (0169)
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12.10 Keypad Assignment Programming: Program
Addresses (0173-0180)
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12.11 Keypad Partition Assignment: Program Addresses (0208-0215)
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12.12 Emergency Key Programming: Program Addresses (0181-0182)
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12.13 Custom Arming Programming: Program Addresses (0183-0184)
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12.14 Force Arming and Ground Fault Detect Programming: Program Address (0185)
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12.15 Commercial Fire Mode Programming: Program
Address (0186)
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12.16 Open/Close Report Control Programming:
Program Address (0187)
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12.17 Open/Close & Zone Report Control Programming: Program Address (0189)
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12.18 Report Control Programming: Program Address
(0190)
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12.19 Timer Programming: Program Addresses (01910196)
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12.20 A/C Fail Report Delay Programming: Program
Address (0197)
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21.21 General Code “Arm Only” Programming: Program Address (0198-0201)
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12.22 Arming Warning Programming: Program Addresses (0202-0205)
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12.23 DS7412 RS232 Interface Control Programming:
Program Address (0206)
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12.24 DS7412 RS232 Interface Configuration Programming: Program Address (0207)
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12.25 Report Programming: Program Addresses (02560304 and 0320-0340)
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12.26 Phone/ARDIS Routing Control: Program Addresses (0494-0495)
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12.27 Account Code Programming: Program Addresses (0496-0526)
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12.28 Phone Number General Control Programming:
Program Address (0528)
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12.29 Phone Number Format Programming: Program
Addresses (0529-0530)
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12.29.1 Compatable Receivers
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12.30 Phone Answering Programming: Program
Address (0531)
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12.31 Programmers and Master Code Programming:
Programming Addresses (0532-0534)
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12.32 Octal Relay Module Output Programming:
Program Addresses (1456-1471)
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12.32.1 Octal Relay Module Output Partition Assignment: Program Addresses (3725-3732)
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12.33 Output Function Programming: Program Addresses (1472-1516)
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12.33.1 Output Function Partition Assignment:
Program Addresses (3733-3740)
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12.34 Dual Phone Line/Bell Supervision Module Output
Programming: Program Address (1520)
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12.35 Call-Out Timer Programming: Program Addresses (1521-1524)
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12.36 Test Report and Remote Programmer Call-Out
Programming: Program Address (1525)
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12.37 Alpha Description Programming: Program
Addresses (1526-3701)
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12.37.1 Alpha Description Programming: A Worksheet
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12.38 Phone Number Programming: Program Addresses (4028, 4038, 4048)
13.0 Installation Guide for U.L. Listed Systems
13.1 DS7400Xi U. L. Listings:
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13.1.1 U.L System Configurations
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13.2 INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS
13.3 PROGRAMMING THE DS7400Xi
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13.3.1 Household Fire Alarm using Digital Alarm
Communicator Transmitter with local bell
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13.3.2 Grade A Household Burglary Alarm using
Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter with local
bell
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13.4 General System Requirements
13.4.1 Local Burglary Alarm
13.4.2 Police Station Connection
13.4.3 Central Station Burglary Alarm
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13.5 Commercial Fire Alarm
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13.6 Wiring and Programming information for installations using the Ademco AB-12 Bell/Housing 68
14.0 Report Programming
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14.1 4/2 Format
14.2 BFSK Format
14.3 Pager Format
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15.0 Report Programming - Values Sent
15.1 SIA Format
15.2 Contact I.D Format
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16.0 Multiplex Zone Addressing Guide
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17.0 Troubleshooting Guide
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17.1 Keypad Problems
17.2 Reporting Problems
17.3 Zone Problems
17.4 General System Problems
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18.0 Program Addresses
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Index
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AWG) are recommended on any 1000 foot (305 m) run.
NOTE: Shared cable is not recommended for keypad, multiplex,
options bus, telephone, or siren wiring.
1.0 Specifications
1.1 Enclosure Housing
1. The standard enclosure is manufactured from 20 Ga., cold-rolled
steel, and measures 12.5" Wide, by 14.5" High, by 3" Deep (31.8
cm Wide, by 36.8 cm High, by 7.6 cm Deep). A keyed lock is included, and this enclosure has provision for an optional tamper switch
(required for commercial burglary applications) for monitoring the
door.
1.2 Temperature
• Storage and Operating Temperature: +32° to +120°F
(0° to +49°C)
1.7 Communicator
Will report to two phone numbers with full single, double and backup reporting. Communicates in SIA (110 or 300 baud), 3/1, 3/1 Ext.,
3/1 with Parity, 3/1 Ext. with Parity, 4/1, 4/2, BFSK, Contact ID, and
Pager formats.
FCC Registration Number is ESVUSA-75333-AL-E
The ringer equivalence is 0.1B
Commercial Fire CSFM Listing Number is 7165-1062:111
Residential Fire CSFM Listing Number is 7167-1062:111
1.8 Partitions
The system has the capacity for 8 independant partitions.
1.3 Power
NOTE: The total current output capacity for all auxiliary devices,
including keypads and smoke detectors = 1.5 A standby,
2.5 A alarm. The following ratings are maximum values.
The total combined output cannot exceed the max. load
current.
• Input power:
18 VAC, 50 VA, 50 Hz./60 Hz.
• Auxiliary regulated power:
12 VDC, 1.0 A max.
• U. L. Listed Auxiliary power:
12 VDC, 1.0 A max.
• U. L. Listed Alarm Power Output: 12 VDC, 1.75 A max.
• Auxiliary power voltage range:
12 V special application
• Optional Standby battery (P334): 12 V, 7.0 AH - 35 AH max.
• Control panel current draw:
175 mA, Standby
250 mA, Alarm
1.4 Outputs
• Alarm Output:
12 VDC, 1.75 A output. Can be pro
grammed for steady or pulsed output.
• Programmable Output 1* Solid state current sink (1.0 A max.).
Shorts to ground when activated.
Connect device to Aux. power positive. Can be used for alarm, arming state, or access control.** This
output is generally programmable.
• Programmable Output 2* Solid state voltage source (500 mA
max.). Can be used for alarm, arming state, or access control.**
This output is generally programmable. For use with such compatible
devices as the Listed DS250 with a
4-wire base.
* = Current draw should be subtracted from either maximum
auxiliary or maximum alarm current draw.
** = Not investigated to the requirements of UL294.
• 8 on-board zones. Up to 128 total zones with expansion modules.
• Zone Response Time: 300 ms.
1.6 Keypads
15 Keypads
1000 feet (305 m)
6000 feet (1830 m)
in system
• Wire type:
4 conductor, unshielded, #22
AWG (0.8 mm) “Telephone
quad” or #18 AWG (1.0 mm)
quad wiring can be home-run
or daisy- chained.
NOTE: No more than 2 keypads (#22 AWG) or 3 keypads (#18
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The DS7400Xi system allows up to 90 individual users. Each user
will have his own PIN number (the 4 digit code entered at the keypads) and his own authority level (to determine which functions he
may perform).
1.10 Lightning Protection
MOVs and spark gaps provide protection from lightning surges and
static discharges.
1.11 Burglar/Fire Zone Inputs
• Number of circuits:
• End-of-line resistor:
• Loop resistance tolerance:
8 Circuits on-board
2.2 K Ω (P/N 25944, provided)
60 ohms
1.12 Fire Signal Initiating Circuit (2-wire mode)
Fire circuit will work with 2 or 4-wire detectors and has optional alarm
verification.
• Number of circuits:
8 Circuits on-board
• Type of circuit:
Class B, latching
• End-of-line resistor:
2.2 K Ω (P/N 25944, provided)
• Supervisory current:
5.5 mA
• Maximum short circuit current:
22 mA
• Maximum line resistance:
60 ohms
• Circuit voltage range:
8.5 to 14.1 VDC
• Total detector standby current:
2.5 mA
1.13 Multiplex Bus Wiring Requirements
• #22 AWG (0.8 mm). Up to 2000 feet (610 m) per system.
• #18 AWG (1.0 mm). Up to 5000 feet (1525 m) per system.
1.14 Option Bus Wiring Requirements
• Maximum wire length 1000 feet (305 m) per home-run.
1.5 Zones
• Maximum # of keypads:
• Maximum wire length each:
• Maximum wire length total:
1.9 Users
1.15 Max. Load Currents
Standby Alarm
Max. Load Currents
2.5 A
1.5 A
U. L. Installations
Non-U. L. Applications
2.5 A
2.0 A
Max. Current By Output: Not to exceed the max. load
currents listed above per column.
Aux. Power & Keypad (Combined)
Option Power
Bell Output
Programmable Output 2
Loop Power +
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1.0 A
1.0 A
500 mA
1.0 A
1.75 A
500 mA
500 mA
500 mA
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1.16 Backup Battery Calculation
• The following table is used to calculate the standby battery capacity required by NFPA when using the DS7400Xi:
Device
Quantity
DS7447 Keypad
DS7445 Keypad
DS7430 - Multiplex Expansion
DS7432 - 8 Input Remote
DS7433 - 8 Input Direct
DS7488 - Octal Relay*
DS7416 - ARDIS Module
DS7457 - Single Zone Multiplex Input
DS7460 - Dual Zone
DS7465 - Input/Output
DS7450 & DS7452 - Contact Points
DS7420i - Dual Line/Bell Supervision
DS7480 - Bell Supervision
DS7481 - Single Line Monitor
Smoke Detectors
Bells, Horns, etc.
Other sensors
Other
Standby Current
Per Device
Total Standby Current
(Quantity x Standby
Current Per Device)
Alarm Current
Per Device
100 mA
100 mA
75 mA
75 mA
65 mA
65 mA
10 mA
10 mA
50 mA
65 mA
10 mA + 40 mA*
10 mA + 40 mA*
127 mA
127 mA
350 µA
350 µA
1 mA
1 mA
1 mA
1 mA
350 µA
350 µA
20 mA
140 mA
20 mA
20 mA
20 mA
20 mA
Grand Total
Total Alarm Current
(Quantity x Alarm
Current Per Device)
Grand Total
* = When calculating Standby and Alarm Current for the Octal-Relay Module, use 10 mA plus 40 mA for each activated relay.
1.17 Standby Current Load
• Battery AH - (20% Storage + 0.375 AH’s Alarm)
• The following table is the derated battery divided by hours minus the control standby (175 mA):
Rechargeable
Battery Size
7 AH
8 AH
14 AH
15 AH
17.2 AH
21 AH
28 AH
30 AH
35 AH
Max. Standby
for 4 hours
Max. Standby
for 8 hours
Max. Standby
for 24 hours
Max. Standby
for 48 hours
Max. Standby
for 60 hours
Max. Standby
for 72 hours
Max. Standby
for 80 hours
1.0 A
1.2 A
470 mA
580 mA
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1.5 A
1.5 A
1.1 A
1.2 A
270 mA
300 mA
X
X
X
X
1.5 A
1.5 A
1.5 A
1.5 A
380 mA
500 mA
100 mA
160 mA
X
X
X
X
X
100 mA
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1.5 A
1.5 A
1.5 A
1.5 A
740 mA
800 mA
280 mA
310 mA
190 mA
210 mA
130 mA
150 mA
100 mA
120 mA
1.5 A
1.5 A
970 mA
400 mA
280 mA
200 mA
170 mA
1.18 Options
• DS7412:
RS232 Serial Interface module. The DS7412 module
allows the panel to send event information, in an
ASCII format, directly to a serial printer or computer.
In addition, the interface allows the direct connection
of a computer to the panel for programming via the
WDSRP programming software.
• Current Draw= 25 mA, 35 mA with LEDs on.
• DS7420i: Dual Phone Line/Bell Supervision Module (1 per
system).
The DS7420i allows the control to be used in
NFPA 72 installations. It provides two supervised
12.0 VDC signaling outputs, one Class A (Style D)
input zone, and dual phone line transmission and
supervision.
• Current Draw = 20 mA, Standby. 140 mA, Alarm.
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• DS7430:
Multiplex Expansion Module (1 per system).
The DS7430 provides a two-wire multiplex bus for
the connection of additional remote zones. It also
supplies up to 250 mA for 4-wire multiplex devices
such as the DS7432.
• Current Draw = 65 mA, Standby. 65 mA, Alarm.
• DS7432:
8 Input Remote Module (up to 15 per system. Requires a DS7430 Multiplex Expansion Module).
The DS7432 provides a means of monitoring
conventional Normally Open or Normally Closed
contacts. It reports their status to the control panel
as multiplex addresses. It occupies eight multiplex
zones on the system and can monitor up to eight
separate loops. It will support 4-wire smoke detectors.
• Current Draw = 10 mA, Standby. 10 mA, Alarm.
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• DS7433:
• DS7445:
• DS7447:
8 Input Direct Module (1 per system. Can not be
used with the DS7430 Multiplex Expansion Module).
The DS7433 provides a means of expanding the
system to include eight additional hard-wired zones.
Each zone can support up to twenty 2-wire smoke
detectors (can also support 4-wire smoke detectors).
• Current Draw = 65 mA, Standby. 80 mA, Alarm.
Add 15 mA for each additional zone in alarm.
Control Station.
The DS7445 is an LED keypad which has LEDs representing the first 8 zones of the system. It displays
information on various control panel functions. A
built in sounder is used as an interior warning device
and to annunciate keystroke entries.
• Current Draw = 75 mA, Standby. 75 mA, Alarm.
Control Station.
The DS7447 is an Alpha-Numeric LCD keypad. It
displays information on various control panel func tions. A built-in sounder is used as an interior warn
ing device and to annunciate keystroke entries.
• Current Draw = 100 mA, Standby. 100 mA, Alarm.
• Keypad Access Output: The DS7447 Alpha Key
pad will provide a ten (10) second access relay
ouput if equipped with the optional K938 Relay.
The relay will energize at the keypad if the user
has a master, unlimited, general, or access PIN.
The output will change only if the user has access
to the partition assigned to the keypad. See the
DS7447 Keypad Installation Instructions (P/N
22235) for wiring information.
• DS7450:
Flush Mount Single Multiplex Contact Point (requires
a DS7430 Multiplex Expansion Module).
The DS7450 is intended as a replacement for conventional dry contacts, and to report an actual multiplex address to the control panel.
• Current Draw = 350 µA, Standby. 350 µA, Alarm.
• Occupies 1 zone.
• DS7452:
Surface Mount Single Multiplex Contact Point (requires a DS7430 Multiplex Expansion Module).
The DS7452 is intended as a replacement for con
ventional dry contacts, and to report an actual multi
plex address to the control panel.
• Current Draw = 350 µA, Standby. 350 µA, Alarm.
• Occupies 1 zone.
• DS7457:
• DS7460:
Single Zone Multiplex Input Module (requires a
DS7430 Multiplex Expansion Module).
The DS7457 provides a means of monitoring conventionally Normally Open or Normally Closed contacts. It reports their status to the control panel as
multiplex addresses. It occupies one multiplex zone
on the system and can monitor one loop. It also includes a tamper loop.
• Current Draw = 350 µA, Standby. 350 µA, Alarm.
Dual Zone Module (up to 60 per system. Requires a
DS7430 Multiplex Expansion Module).
The DS7460 provides a means of monitoring conventional Normally Open or Normally Closed contacts. It reports their status to the control panel as
multiplex addresses. It occupies two multiplex zones
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on the system and can monitor up to two separate
loops.
• Current Draw = 1 mA, Standby. 1 mA, Alarm.
• DS7465:
Input/Output Module (up to 20 per system. Requires
a DS7430 Multiplex Expansion Module).
The DS7465 provides a Form “C” relay that may be
programmed to activate on system events, and an
input loop to monitor conventional Normally Open or
Normally Closed contacts. It reports their status to
the control panel as multiplex addresses.
• Current Draw = 1 mA, Standby.1 mA, with relay
energized.
• Occupies 2 zones.
• DS7480:
Bell Supervision Module (1 per system).
The DS7480 provides a means of monitoring bells. It
provides a supervised (polarity reversing) output relay to activate the bell. It also provides a Form “C”
Bell Fault Output to be connected to the control panel.
• Current Draw = 7 mA @ 12 VDC, Standby. 50 mA
@ 12 VDC, Alarm.
• DS7481:
Single Phone Line Monitor (1 per system).
The DS7481 provides a means of monitoring a single phone line for fault conditions. When a fault is
detected, the DS7481 automatically closes its Normally Open relay contacts to provide a means of signaling the fault.
• Current Draw = 20 mA, Standby. 20 mA, Alarm.
• DS7488:
Octal Relay Module (2 per system).
The DS7488 provides 8 Form “C” relay outputs for
addition to the system. The outputs are fully programmable and can be activated by system events.
Each output operates individually of the other 7 outputs for complete flexibility.
• Current Draw = 10 mA + 40 mA for each relay
when energized.
The control/communicator is also available in three package formats. The packages include the following:
• DS7400XiF: DS7400Xi in large red enclosure (manufactured
from 18 Ga., cold-rolled steel, and measures
15.0" Wide, by 20.75" High, by 4.25" Deep
(38.1 cm Wide, by 52.7 cm High, by 10.8 cm
Deep)).
• DS7400XiFCP: DS7400XFi package
DS7420i
DS7447
AE-TR16
• DS7400XiCC: DS7400Xi in an Attack Enclosure.
When installing a U. L. Listed system,
refer to the Installation Guide for U. L. Listed Systems.
See Section 14.0.
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2.2 Install the Control/Communicator
2.0 Enclosure Installation
The DS7400Xi control/communicator and the enclosure are shipped
together. The control, however, still needs to be installed into the
enclosure. Hardware for mounting the enclosure to a wall, and the
control to the enclosure is located in its own hardware pack.
CAUTION:
2.1 Install the Enclosure
• Use the enclosure as a template and mark the top mounting holes
on the mounting surface.
• Pre-start the mounting screws for these two holes. Slide the enclosure onto these mounting screws so that the screws move up
into the thinner section of the holes. Tighten the screws.
• Screw in the remaining two screws in either set of bottom mounting holes.
• Knock out the desired wire entrances on the enclosure.
•
•
•
•
The control is static sensitive. Make sure you touch
earth ground before handling the control. This will discharge any static electricity in your body. Example:
Run the ground wire to the enclosure before handling
the control. Then keep holding the ground wire while
installing the control.
Insert the three support posts into the control retainer holes as
shown in the diagram.
Slide the top of the control into the retainer tabs (the slots under
the top frame).
Once in the retainer tabs, the control will rest on the three support
posts.
Secure the bottom of the enclosure by screwing the bottom three
holes through the support posts and through to the control retainer holes.
CAUTION:
Once the control is installed, be sure to connect its
ground wire to the top hinge of the enclosure (the unpainted tab).
Enclosure
Ground Wire
Circuit board
DS7400Xi
Program
Pads
Control/Communicator
Support Post Assembly
Flip-up view to show retainer tabs
Retainer Tabs
Ground Tab
Control Retainer Holes (3 places)
Support Posts
Wire Entrances (6)
Enclosure
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3.0 Control Terminal Wiring
WARNING: Before servicing, remove
all power including the transformer,
battery and phone line. A complete
functional test is required after any
programming.
TYPICAL BURGLAR AND FIRE WIRING
Zone Loop +
Input
Z–
Zone Loop +
Input
L+
Z–
Zone Loop +
Input or PO2
L+
Z–
Aux. Power (—)
(terminal 5 or 7)
–
L+
CAUTION: Incorrect connections may
result in damage to the unit.
in +
System is Power Limited except for
battery terminals. All wiring entering
this enclosure must be power limited.
NC
in +
A
C
A/C INPUT: Use U. L. listed, 18 VAC 50
VA, class 2 transformer. Model TR-1850
requires 50/60 Hz. unswitched dedicated
outlet - do not share.
5
–
ALARM OUTPUT:
6
A
7
–
4
8
+
R
B
G
Y
O
P
T
I
O
N
+
out
Power
a good earth ground such as a cold water
pipe and also connected to the cabinet cover,
using the supplied wire jumper.
3
–
Alarm
EARTH GROUND: Must be connected to
2
out
NO
A/C Power Indication LED
1
+
Power
Alarm
Typical 2-wire
smoke detector
wiring
Typical burglar
alarm loop wiring
(for a list of
compatible 2-wire
smoke detectors,
see Technical Service
Note P/N 27685)
Provides 12 VDC, special application, up to
1.75 A for powering bells, siren drivers, etc.
Function programmed in address 0146.
–
End-of-Line
Supervision Relay
(e.g. Detection Systems’
EOL200)
Typical 4-wire smoke
detector wiring.
For example:
Detection Systems’
DS250 in an MB4W base.
AUXILIARY POWER:
Provides 12 VDC, special application, up to
1.0 A for powering detectors.
OPTION BUS:
Used for options such as the ARDIS
communications module, the DS7420i Dual
Phone Line module, etc.
Also for keypads #11 - #15.
For Commercial Fire Mode: Option Bus wiring
should be in conduit if run ouside the
enclosure.
PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUTS:
PO1 shorts to aux. power negative when activated, PO1 can sink up to 1.0 A.
PO1 function programmed in address 0147.
PO2 supplies 12 V and up to 500 mA when activated.
PO2 function programmed in address 0148.
ZONES 1-8: Zones 1-8 are intended for connection of Normally
KEYPAD BUS*:
Up to 15 keypads**
may be used. Can be
“home-run” or
“daisy-chained.”
Open or Normally Closed alarm contacts. They may also be used
for compatible 2-wire smoke detectors. These zones require a
2.21KΩ resistor (P/N 25899) at the end of the loop. Power is
momentarily removed from L+ after a [PIN] + [System Reset] or
during a fire verification.
Zone 1-8 assignments are programmed in address 0018-0025.
PHONE LINE:
T
TH
RH
R
R
B
G
Y
G
B
S
R
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
PO1 PO2 1–
17
18
19
L+
2–
3–
L+
4–
5–
L+
6–
7–
L+
8–
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Keypad
(#1 - #10)
Keypad
(#1 - #10)
* = Maximum wire length each: 1000 ft. (305 m).
Maximum wire length total in system: 6000 ft. (1830 m) when using
#22 AWG (0.8 mm) or #18 AWG (1.0 mm) cable.
** = Keypads #1 - #10 connect to the Keypad Bus and keypads #11 - #15
connect to the Option Bus.
Note: Shared cable is not recommended for
keypad, multiplex, options bus, telephone, or siren wiring.
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4.0 Hardware Layout Example
ARDIS Interface Module
R
B
G
Y
Keypads #11 - #15 must be connected to
the Options Bus. Keypads #1 - #10 must
be connected to the Keypad Bus.
DS7400Xi
Armed
DS7430
Armed
Status
®
Power
Fire
+ – + –
Power Bus
®
Power
Fire
On
+ – + –1
2 3
4 5
6 7
+ – + –1
8
POWER BUS
2
3
Off
1
2
3
Off
4
5
6
Perimeter
Only
4
5
6
Perimeter
Only
7
8
9
No
Entry
7
8
9
No
Entry
*
0
#
Bypass
*
0
#
Bypass
System
Reset
®
Fire
Armed
Perimeter
Status
Supervisory
Power
Bell Silenced
Fire
Trouble
4
3
1
Perimeter
Only
5
6
8
9
No
Entry
*
0
#
Bypass
5
6
7
8
On
Off
7
3
4
®
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
On
4
System
Reset
2
5
3
Off
6
Perimeter
Only
7
8
9
No
Entry
*
0
#
Bypass
9
10
R
B
G
Y
Option
Bus
+
Battery
– –
+ –Bell Output
–
+
Auxiliary
Output
–
2 3
4 5
6 7
+ – + –1
8
–+++––
DS7420i Dual Phone
Line/Bell Supervision
Module
Armed
®
Power
Fire
Armed
Status
Perimeter
Supervisory
Power
Bell Silenced
Fire
Trouble
®
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
On
On
1
2
3
Off
4
5
6
Perimeter
Only
7
8
9
No
Entry
*
0
#
Bypass
3
Off
4
5
6
Perimeter
Only
7
8
9
No
Entry
*
0
#
Bypass
1
2
System
Reset
1 2 3 4 5
2 G1
Battery
®
Power
Fire
Armed
Perimeter
Status
Supervisory
Power
Bell Silenced
Fire
Trouble
®
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1
2
3
Off
3
Off
4
5
6
Perimeter
Only
4
5
6
Perimeter
Only
8
9
No
Entry
7
8
9
No
Entry
0
#
Bypass
*
0
#
Bypass
*
System
Reset
8
Battery
-+
BUS
+
1 2 3
NO C NC
®
On
On
7
DS7488 Octal
Relay Board
System
Reset
Armed
Status
6 7
47KΩ
Dry contact inputs
R T R T T T R R T R T R
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
System
Reset
Status
4 5
POWER BUS
DS7432 8 - Input
Remote Modules
Point 1 Input
Loop Power +
Class “A” Loop +
Class “A” Loop +
Class “A” Loop –
Class “A” Loop –
House Line 2 Ring
House Line 2 Tip
Telco Line 2 Ring
Telco Line 2 Tip
Control House Tip
Control Line Tip
Control Line Ring
Control House Ring
Telco Line 1 Tip
Telco Line 1 Ring
House Line 1 Tip
House Line 1 Ring
1
2
Armed
2
2 3
8
DS7400Xi
+ – + –1
1
6 7
System
Reset
POWER BUS
Power
4 5
On
1
Status
2 3
POWER BUS
G 1 BUS
Status
1
2
System
Reset
DS7447 and DS7445 Keypads
DS7450/52 Series Contacts,
DS7460 Input Modules and
Note: Ensure at least 1/4" separation between DS7465 Input/Output Modules
battery wires and all other cabling.
• Up to 15 keypads may be used. Keypads #1 - #10 connect to the Keypad Bus and keypads #11 #15 connect to the Option Bus. One keypad must be designated as keypad #1 and connected to
the Keypad Bus. See the DS7447 and DS7445 Installation Instructions for further details.
• A DS7420i (Dual Phone Line/Bell Supervision Module) may be connected to the control panel, and
placed within the enclosure. Connect to the Options Bus of the control panel. See the DS7420i
Installation Instructions for further details.
• A DS7488 (Octal Relay Module) may be connected to the control panel, and placed within the
enclosure. Connect to the Options Bus of the control panel. This provides an additional 8 Form
“C” relay outputs for the control panel. See the DS7488 Installation Instructions for further details.
• A DS7430 (Multiplex Expansion Module) may be connected to the control panel via the expansion
port. This will allow for the connection of additional zones via the Options Bus. See the DS7430
Installation Instructions for further details.
• Up to 15 DS7432s (8 Input Remote Modules) may be connected to the DS7430. Connect to the
Power and Bus terminals of the DS7430. This allows for a means of addressing up to 120 input
loops of conventional contacts to the control panel. See the DS7432 Installation Instructions for
further details.
• A Communications Module may be connected to the control panel via the Options Bus. This
allows for connection to the ARDIS radio network.
• Up to 128 zones are available for the connection of Single, Multiple, Input/Output, and Multiplex
devices.
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5.0 System Worksheet
Account Number
Information
Name
Contact Person
Address
Voice Phone Number
Panel Phone Number
City, State, Zip
Panel Answers Phone
Armed
Disarmed
Equipment Location and Notes
AC Voltage
VAC
Battery Standby
Battery Voltage
AH
VDC
Bell Current
AUX Current
A
A
Control Panel
Transformer
Telephone Jack
Telephone On Same Line as Panel
Earth Ground Connection
Alarm Sounder (s)
Misc. Notes
____________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
Keypad Location and Notes
Location
Keypad # 1
Location
Belongs
to Partition
Example
Belongs
to Partition
Kitchen
2
Master/
Standard
Master/
Standard
Master
Location
Keypad # 1
Keypad # 9
Keypad # 2
Keypad # 10
Keypad # 3
Keypad # 11
Keypad # 4
Keypad # 12
Keypad # 5
Keypad # 13
Keypad # 6
Keypad # 14
Keypad # 7
Keypad # 15
Belongs
to Partition
Master/
Standard
Keypad # 8
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5.0 System Worksheet (continued)
Personal Identification Number Information
Example
PIN Information
User Pin # Auth. Parti- Name
#
Level tions
002
PIN Information
User Pin # Auth. Parti- Name
#
Level tions
001
1001
6
1, 2, 4 James L.
PIN Information
User Pin # Auth. Parti- Name
#
Level tions
PIN Information
User Pin # Auth. Parti- Name
#
Level tions
031
061
002
032
062
003
033
063
004
034
064
005
035
065
006
036
066
007
037
067
008
038
068
009
039
069
010
040
070
011
041
071
012
042
072
013
043
073
014
044
074
015
045
075
016
046
076
017
047
077
018
048
078
019
049
079
020
050
080
021
051
081
022
052
082
023
053
083
024
054
084
025
055
085
026
056
086
027
057
087
028
058
088
029
059
089
030
060
090
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5.0 System Worksheet (continued)
Zone Location and Notes
Example
Type * Zone/Output
Partition & Location
Function #
Zone # 1
SZ
Zn Funct. 1
Type * Zone/Output
Function #
* = SZ: Single Zone Input
MZ: Multiple Zone Input
IO: DS7465
(see section 12.3)
2, Kitchen
Partition & Location
Type * Zone/Output
Function #
Zone # 1
Zone # 31
Zone # 2
Zone # 32
Zone # 3
Zone # 33
Zone # 4
Zone # 34
Zone # 5
Zone # 35
Zone # 6
Zone # 36
Zone # 7
Zone # 37
Zone # 8
Zone # 38
Zone # 9
Zone # 39
Zone # 10
Zone # 40
Zone # 11
Zone # 40
Zone # 12
Zone # 41
Zone # 13
Zone # 42
Zone # 14
Zone # 43
Zone # 15
Zone # 44
Zone # 16
Zone # 45
Zone # 17
Zone # 46
Zone # 18
Zone # 47
Zone # 19
Zone # 48
Zone # 20
Zone # 49
Zone # 21
Zone # 50
Zone # 22
Zone # 51
Zone # 23
Zone # 52
Zone # 24
Zone # 53
Zone # 25
Zone # 54
Zone # 26
Zone # 55
Zone # 27
Zone # 56
Zone # 28
Zone # 57
Zone # 29
Zone # 58
Zone # 30
Zone # 59
Zone # 40
Zone # 60
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5.0 System Worksheet (continued)
Zone Location and Notes (continued)
Type * Zone/Output
Function #
Partition & Location
Type * Zone/Output
Function #
Zone # 61
Zone # 95
Zone # 62
Zone # 96
Zone # 63
Zone # 97
Zone # 64
Zone # 98
Zone # 65
Zone # 99
Zone # 66
Zone # 100
Zone # 67
Zone # 101
Zone # 68
Zone # 102
Zone # 69
Zone # 103
Zone # 70
Zone # 104
Zone # 71
Zone # 105
Zone # 72
Zone # 106
Zone # 73
Zone # 107
Zone # 74
Zone # 108
Zone # 75
Zone # 109
Zone # 76
Zone # 110
Zone # 77
Zone # 111
Zone # 78
Zone # 112
Zone # 79
Zone # 113
Zone # 80
Zone # 114
Zone # 81
Zone # 115
Zone # 82
Zone # 116
Zone # 83
Zone # 117
Zone # 84
Zone # 118
Zone # 85
Zone # 119
Zone # 86
Zone # 120
Zone # 87
Zone # 121
Zone # 88
Zone # 122
Zone # 89
Zone # 123
Zone # 90
Zone # 124
Zone # 91
Zone # 125
Zone # 92
Zone # 126
Zone # 93
Zone # 127
Zone # 94
Zone # 128
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Note:
6.0 System Overview
6.1 DS7400Xi Description
The DS7400Xi Control/Communicator is a fully integrated hardwire/
multiplex security/fire alarm system.
- It can support up to 128 input zones, 90 individual users, and
multiple output options.
- It can be partitioned into as many as eight separate systems,
thus allowing individual control and reports for each partition.
- Up to 15 keypads may be used to provide user interface with
the system, as well as programming access for the installer.
6.1.1 A/C Failure Report Delay
The A/C power loss report can be programmed to delay for up to
254 minutes (see address 0197). (The same delay would also apply
to the A/C restoral report.)
- If another report is sent during this delay period, the A/C fail
report will be sent along with this report.
- If the A/C power restores during this delay period, the A/C loss
report will not be sent.
- Programming address 0197 as FF causes the report to be sent
at a random interval of at least 15 minutes, but no more than 2
hours after the A/C failure occurs.
DS7465 Module outputs will not pulse, even if programmed
to do so.
6.1.6 Octal Relay Modules (DS7488)
The DS7400Xi can support two Octal Relay Modules.
- Each relay can be programmed to follow system-wide events
or Output Functions as described above.
6.1.7 Output Functions
Output Functions can be programmed to follow system events or to
follow one or two specific zones in a “cross-matrix” fashion (see
Input/Output Cross-Matrixing).
- These Output Functions can be programmed to control Octal
Relay outputs or Multiplex Bus outputs.
- Output Functions are programmed at addresses 1472 through
1516.
6.2 Zone
A Zone is an input to the DS7400Xi Control/Communicator.
- There are 8 hardwired zones on the main circuit board.
- Additional zones may be added by using the DS7433 (8 zone
expansion module), the DS7430 (multiplex loop module), and/
or other modules.
6.1.2 Entry/Exit Delay Cancel Zone Functions
6.3 Zone Function
Entry/Exit Delay Cancel 1 and Entry/Exit Delay Cancel 2 Zone Functions cause the exit delay to expire as soon as the premises is vacated.
- If a zone is programmed as an Entry/Exit Delay Cancel zone,
and it is activated during the exit delay, the exit delay will expire
as soon as the zone has been restored.
- Entry/Exit Delay Cancel 1 follows entry delay 1.
- Entry/Exit Delay Cancel 2 follows entry delay 2.
- They are programmed at addresses 0001-0015.
A Zone Function is the description of how a particular zone will behave (e.g. steady alarm output, bypassing allowed, alarm on short,
trouble on open, perimeter instant).
- Zone functions may be custom made, but 8 default zone functions already exist.
- There are many possible zone functions, but only up to 15 different zone functions are allowed per control.
- Each zone must be programmed as a specific zone function.
Any number and combination of zones may be programmed as
particular zone functions.
6.1.3 General “Arm-Only” Authority by Partition
A general (level 2) authority can be programmed to have arm-only
authority by partition. This is done at addresses 0198 and 0199.
- Arm-only access by partition allows someone with a General
Authority to arm and/or bypass zones in a partition he can not
disarm.
- This level can still be used to arm, disarm, and bypass zones in
the other partitions that it has access to.
6.1.4 Input/Output Cross Matrixing
Input/Output Cross Matrixing allows Output Functions to follow the
status of specific input zones (zones 1 through 99 only).
- Outputs can be programmed to follow any combination of one
or two zones, open or closed, with the system armed or disarmed.
- If programmed to latch, the output will latch until a valid PIN is
entered at the keypad.
6.1.5 Multiplex Bus Outputs
The DS7400Xi supports up to 20 DS7465 Input/Output Modules.
- These modules are connected to the multiplex bus and provide
one input loop and one Form “C” output relay.
- The input loop operates the same as all other multiplex inputs.
- The output loop can be programmed to follow Output Functions.
- Multiplex Bus outputs can be bypassed using the bypass function. If an output zone is bypassed while it is ON, it will turn
OFF. The bypass will not be removed when the system is armed
and then disarmed; it must be cancelled by entering the bypass
command again or by cancelling all bypasses.
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7.0 Glossary
7.1 General Control Programming
• Normal Arming - [PIN] + [On]: If programmed, arms the entire
system while allowing entry delays for entry/exit zones.
• Perimeter Instant Arming - [PIN] + [No Entry] [Perimeter Only]:
If programmed, arms only the perimeter of the system and does
not allow entry delays for entry/exit zones.
• Perimeter Arming - [PIN] + [Perimeter Only]: If programmed,
arms only the perimeter of the system while allowing entry delays
for entry/exit zones.
• Custom Arming - [PIN] + [#] [4]: If programmed, allows custom
arming of the system and bypasses the zone functions specified
in data address 0183.
• Maximum Security Arming - [PIN] + [No Entry] [On]: If programmed, arms the entire system and does not allow an entry
delay for entry/exit zones.
• Closing Ring-Back: If programmed, the keypad sounders and
Bell will activate for 2 seconds after the system is armed and the
closing report is successfully sent. This requires Closing RingBack and Closing Report to be programmed.
- If a closing report is not programmed, the control will test for a
dial tone when the system is armed. If the test passes, the sys-
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tem will arm normally. If the test fails, the system will arm, but
will indicate a trouble condition.
- The DS7447 keypad will display “Communication Err” after [#]
[8] [7] is entered.
- This can also be used to perform a bell test on arming.
• Perimeter Instant: This is a zone programmed to activate an
alarm even during the entry/exit delay period.
• Siren on Comm. Fail for Silent Zone: If programmed, a silent
zone will sound the alarm outputs if the zone is in an alarm condition and the system fails to communicate with the central station.
• Entry/Exit Delay #1: This is a zone programmed to be ignored
during the entry/exit delay period.
- If it is violated while the system is armed, it will activate a delay
for the amount of time programmed for entry delay time #1 (address 0191). The keypad pre-alert sounders will activate and
the system may be disarmed during this delay period.
- If the system is not disarmed during the entry period, this zone
will activate an alarm.
• Restore when Sounders Silence: If programmed, a zone sends
a restoral report and is ready to activate again only after the burglary bell cut-off time expires or the bells are silenced.
- The zone can alarm multiple times per armed period.
• Restore when Zone Restores: If programmed, a zone sends a
restoral report and is ready to activate again as soon as it physically restores.
- This zone can alarm multiple times per armed period.
• 24-Hour: This is a zone programmed to activate when its loop is
faulted, even if the system is disarmed.
• Entry/Exit Delay #2: This is a zone programmed to behave identical to the Entry/Exit Delay #1 zone function except that it uses
entry delay time #2 (address 0192).
Note:
• Restore when System Disarms: If programmed, a zone sends
a restoral report when the system is disarmed.
- It can only alarm once per armed period.
• Allow Swinger Shunts: If programmed, a zone can only alarm
or trouble up to three times per armed period. After the third alarm
or trouble, the zone will be bypassed and a trouble report will be
sent.
7.2 Zone Function Programming
• Invisible Alarms: This is a zone programmed not to have an
alarm output or an alarm display at any keypad when activated.
An alarm signal will be sent, but the DS7447 keypad display will
read “Not Ready” while this zone is violated.
- Invisible Alarm zones are recommended for holdup alarms.
• Silent Alarms: This is a zone programmed to activate the visual
display at the keypad, but not audible signals.
- If this zone is also an entry zone, an entry tone will sound when
this zone is activated.
• Bypassing Allowed: This is a zone programmed to allow bypassing (shunting). This is done using the bypass command or
the force-arming sequence.
• Alarm on Short: This is a zone programmed to activate an alarm
when its loop is shorted.
• Alarm on Open: This is a zone programmed to activate an alarm
when its loop is opened.
• Trouble on Open: This is a zone programmed to activate a trouble when its loop is opened and the system is disarmed.
- If the system is armed, this zone will activate an alarm if shorted
or opened.
- For 24-hour zones, regardless of the arming state of the panel,
this always remains as a Trouble on Open.
• Trouble on Short: This is a zone programmed to activate a trouble when its loop is shorted and the system is disarmed.
- If the system is armed, this zone will activate an alarm if shorted
or opened.
- For 24-hour zones, regardless of the arming state of the panel,
this always remains as a Trouble on Short.
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If both entry delays have been activated, the control will
use the shorter entry delay.
• Interior Entry/Exit Follower: This is a zone programmed to be
ignored during an entry/exit delay and then become an interior
instant zone.
- If this zone is violated while the system is armed and no entry/
exit zones have been violated, it will activate an alarm.
- If this zone is violated after an entry/exit delay zone is violated,
it will follow that entry/exit delay time.
- This zone is bypassed by Perimeter Instant or Perimeter arming.
• Interior Home/Away: This is a zone programmed to become an
interior instant zone if the system is armed and an entry/exit delay
zone is violated during the exit delay time.
- If the system is armed and an entry/exit delay zone is not violated, this zone will be bypassed.
- This zone is bypassed by Perimeter Instant or Perimeter arming.
• Interior Instant: This is a zone programmed to activate an alarm
even during the entry/exit delay periods.
- It is bypassed by Perimeter Instant or Perimeter arming.
• Day Monitor: This is a zone programmed to be a perimeter instant zone when the system is armed.
- When the system is disarmed, any violation of this zone will
activate the keypad sounders which will sound continuously until
a disarm command sequence is entered.
- The alarm outputs for this zone will not activate and there will
be no report for this zone when the system is disarmed.
• Keyswitch Input: This is a zone programmed to allow the system to be armed or disarmed using a Normally Open momentary
keyswitch.
- Outputs for keyswitch LEDs and sounders are available using
the programmable outputs or the Octal relay outputs.
- An output is needed for each LED and sounder.
- A keyswitch will only control the partition that these zones are
assigned to unless programmed as a master, then they will
control all at once. See Program Address 0001, Data Digit 1.
- Keyswitches and keypads may be used in the same partition, if
desired.
• Fire Zone: This is a zone programmed to activate if the system is
armed or disarmed.
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- It can be silenced (not reset) by entering a valid [PIN] + [Off].
- The display will indicate a Fire Alarm for this zone on all keypads in every partition.
- A fire reset command must be entered after silencing the alarm
to re-enable this zone.
- If this zone is programmed for trouble and the loop opens, the
DS7447 keypad will display “Fire Trouble” for this zone and the
keypad sounders will beep once every ten seconds.
- If the system is a combination fire and burglar alarm, the fire
alarm has priority over the burglar alarm.
• Fire Zone with Verification: This zone is identical to a Fire Zone
except that after the first alarm, it will perform a fire reset and then
wait up to two minutes for a second alarm.
- If a second alarm occurs within this two minute period, the system will indicate a fire alarm.
- If there is no second alarm within this two minute period, the
control panel will reset back to its normal condition.
Note:
Use of this control’s alarm verification feature is not permitted for applications in the state of California.
• ON during Entry Pre-Alert: This is an output programmed to
activate when an entry/exit zone is violated while the system is
armed.
- It will remain activated until the system is disarmed, or until the
entry delay time has expired.
• ON for 10 seconds after [PIN] + [System Reset] is entered: This
is an output programmed to activate for 10 seconds after the fire
reset command is entered at the keypad or if a Fire Zone with
Verification activates.
- This output is intended to be used to power 4-wire smoke detectors or any other device that requires a power interruption to
reset an alarm condition.
Note:
When Programmable Output 2 is programmed this way, it
will normally supply auxiliary power and will turn OFF for
10 seconds when the fire reset command is entered.
• ON when System is Armed: This is an output programmed to
activate when the system is armed.
- It will remain activated until the system is disarmed.
Any zone can be a water flow zone, but only zones 1
through 4 may be programmed as delayed water flow
zones.
• Ground Start: This is an output programmed to activate for 3
seconds when the phone line is seized. It is intended for use with
ground start phone systems that require a momentary short to
ground to obtain a dial tone.
- Connect a separate 12 VDC, DPDT relay.
- Connect both relay contact commons to ground, and connect
the Normally Open of each contact to terminal positions 13 and
16 (one to terminal 13, the other to 16) of the DS7400Xi.
- This output follows all partitions regardless of how data digit 2
of the output programming address is programmed.
- Not intended for U. L. Listed systems. Not for use with phone
line monitors.
• Supervisory Zone: This is a zone programmed to accommodate shut-off valves.
- It will indicate a supervisory condition at the keypads when activated.
• System Status (ready to arm): This is an output programmed to
follow the Status LED of the keypad.
- It will activate when the system is ready to arm with no zones
violated.
7.3 Zone Programming
• Zone Alarm: This is an output programmed to activate when a
zone is in an alarm condition.
- It will remain activated until the system is disarmed or the bell
cut-off time expires.
- This output is intended to activate alarm bells and sirens.
- This will not activate from Silent or Invisible Zones.
• Water Flow Zone: This is a zone programmed to operate like a
Fire Zone, but is specifically intended for water flow switches.
- An optional retard timer can be programmed to compensate for
changes in water pressure. If the timer is used, the water flow
zone must be activated for the complete time period; an alarm
will be initiated at the end of the timer period.
- The maximum combined water flow delay of the control panel
and the device must not exceed two minutes.
Note:
• Single Zone Input: This is an individual zone such as the onboard zones and multiplex contact zones.
• Multiple Zone Input: This is a zone connected to one of the 8Input Modules or to a Dual Zone Module.
- The inputs are programmed separately (see the separate Programming Addresses Worksheet, P/N 29802).
- When using the Dual Zone Module, loop A is always programmed as an odd numbered program address (ending in 1,
3, 5, 7, or 9). Loop B is the even numbered program address
that follows loop A.
• DS7465: This is the input zone or the output relay on a DS7465.
The odd numbered zone is programmed for the input zone function and the even numbered zone is programmed for the output
function.
7.4 Output Programming
• Latch on Any Zone Alarm: This is an output programmed to activate upon any zone alarm (including invisible zones) and will
latch until the system has been disarmed.
- If this output responds to a fire zone, it will remain latched until
the fire reset command is performed.
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• Zone Alarm Delayed by 20 sec.: This is an output programmed
to wait 20 seconds after a zone enters an alarm condition to activate.
- It will remain activated until the system is disarmed or the bell
cut-off time expires.
- This output is intended to activate alarm bells and sirens, but
provides a delay to allow the user to silence the system before
it activates.
• Keypad Sounder Output: This is an output programmed to follow the keypad sounder.
- It activates during the entry pre-alert and during any day monitor alarm. It does not follow momentary keypad beeps such as
keystrokes, chimes, etc.
• Access Output: This is an output programmed to activate for 10
seconds when an access control PIN is entered at the keypad.
- Not U. L. Listed for Access Control (UL294).
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• Panic/Duress Output: All outputs, including the three on-board
outputs, the Octal Relays, and the Output Functions, support a
Panic/Duress function. To assign an output as a Panic/Duress
Output, program the first data digit as “*1”. Program data digit two
for the appropriate partition(s). This output will follow Duress activations, Keypad Emergency Keys B and C, and Invisible and Silent Zone alarms. It will reset after acknowledged by a user or
after the burglary bell time-out expires.
Note:
• Fire Key: The emergency key (key A) at the bottom left of the
keypad entry area is the Fire Key. If programmed, the key will
activate a fire alarm when pressed for 2 seconds.
- It may be programmed for a steady or pulsed alarm.
Note:
7.5 Partition Control Programming
• Partition Control Programming: Up to eight partitions may be
used. They are assigned (program address 0165) in order.
- For example: When using only one partition, it is partition one.
When using three partitions, they are partitions one, two, and
three.
- Partitioning allows the system to act as up to 8 different systems.
- Zones, keypads, outputs, and other items may be assigned to
particular partitions.
- Access to partitions may be through each partition’s keypad or
through a Master keypad (see the operating section for more
details).
• Common Area: Partition 1 can be programmed as a common
area, that is, common to other partitions. This allows it to be used
in an installation with one common entry area such as a foyer or
vestibule.
- When Partition 1 is programmed as a common area, it will only
arm when all the partitions it is common to are armed.
- The common area will disarm when any of the partitions it is
common to are disarmed - only if the user has access to the
common area.
- When using a common area, a Master keypad should be used
and assigned to the common area (see keypad assignment
programming).
7.6 Keypad Assignment Programming
• Keypad Assignment: The keypad type and the partition it is
assigned to must be programmed.
- Each program address (0173-0180) programs the keypad type
for two keypads. For example: data digit 1 of address 0173 is
for keypad 1, data digit 2 of address 0173 is for keypad 2.
- Each program address (0208-0215) programs the partition assignment for two keypads. For example: data digit 1 of address
0208 is for the partition assignment of keypad 1, data digit 2 of
address 0208 is for the partition assignment of keypad 2.
- Users must have access to the partition the keypad is assigned
to in order to use the keypad.
These keys are not intended to substitute for Listed manual pull boxes.
The Fire Key will generate the fire alarm sounders in the
partition that activated the Fire Key. Any other partitions in
use will only have their keypad sounders activated. All keypad displays will be the same.
• Special Emergency Key: The emergency key (key B) at the
bottom center of the keypad entry area is the Emergency Key.
- If programmed, the key will activate a supplementary or an auxiliary type alarm when pressed for 2 seconds.
- It may be programmed for a silent, steady, or pulsed alarm.
• Panic Key: The emergency key (key C) at the bottom right of the
keypad entry area is the Panic Key.
- If programmed, the key will activate a panic alarm when pressed
for 2 seconds; nothing will display at the keypad to indicate an
alarm.
- It may be programmed for a silent, steady, or pulsed alarm.
Note:
The Special Emergency Key and the Panic Key will generate the alarm sounders only in the partition of the keypad
that activated that Key.
7.8 Custom Arming Programming
• Custom Arming - [PIN ] + [#] [4]: If programmed, the [PIN] + [#]
+ [4] command sequence may be used to custom arm the system
by arming only certain zone functions.
- For example: All interior zones plus some perimeter zones may
be bypassed while leaving some of the perimeter armed.
7.9 Force Arming
• Force Arming: If programmed, allows violated zones to be force
armed. When force arming, the user must enter the usual arming
command followed by the [Bypass] key. This automatically bypasses zones that are violated and programmed as bypassable.
- Fire zones, supervisory zones, keyswitch zones, and non-bypassable zones can not be force armed.
- Not available in U. L. Listed systems.
- See Program Address 0185.
7.10 Ground Fault Detect Programming
• Master Keypad Programming : A Master keypad can be used to
access all the partitions.
- It will display the arm/disarm status of all the partitions and can
be used to individually control each partition (see the operating
section for an explanation of the keypad displays).
- A Master keypad can be assigned to any of the partitions.
- Any number of the 15 allowable keypads can be a Master keypad.
- When using the common area, it is suggested that a Master
keypad be used and that it is assigned to the common area.
7.7 Emergency Key Programming
Note:
Do not label these keys if they are unprogrammed. Only
the A key may be programmed and labeled as the Fire key.
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• Ground Fault: If programmed, this function will allow the system
to detect ground faults. This function is required for fire panels
and will be forced on when the panel is in the commercial fire
mode.
- See Program Address 0185.
7.11 Commercial Fire Mode Programming
Note:
In a system that includes both fire alarm and burglar alarm
devices, the system must produce distinct sounds for fire
and burglar alarm conditions either by using different indicating appliances or by using distinct cadences for the same
appliance.
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7.13 Report Programming
• Commercial Fire Mode: When in Commercial Fire Mode, the
control panel will perform some functions (e.g. communications)
differently to conform with commercial fire regulations.
- See Commercial Fire Mode Programming, program address
0186.
• Water Flow Zone Delay: This is the amount of time a water flow
zone must be violated before the control panel will initiate an alarm.
- The delay is necessary to accommodate normal changes in
water pressure.
- If the water flow initiating device incorporates its own time delay, do not program the control panel unit to exceed 120 seconds combined time delay.
• Pulsing Fire Zone: This is a zone programmed to output a pulse
for a fire alarm in the normal manner (one second ON, one second OFF).
• California March Time: This is a zone programmed to output a
pulse for a fire alarm in the California Time cadence (ten 1/2 second pulses, followed by one second of quiet time).
• Temporal: This is a zone programmed to output a pulse for a fire
alarm in the Temporal cadence (three 1/2 second pulses, followed
by one second of quiet time).
• Reports: For pulse formats, reports are programmed by entering
data in the reporting and extended digits. The report will send the
data programmed for each event. For SIA and Contact ID, the
report formats are fixed and may be activated by placing a 1 in
the reporting digit.
- To disable a report, enter a 0 in the reporting digit.
- To send the Man No. along with Open and Close reports, program an "F" (enter [*] [5] at the keypad) in the extended digit.
• Keypad Fire Alarm: This report is sent when a fire alarm has
been activated by the “A” emergency key.
• Keypad Fire Restoral: This report is sent when a keypad fire
alarm has been restored using the [System Reset] command.
• Zone Function Alarm: An alarm report is sent when a zone alarm
occurs. Alarm reports are enabled by zone function. Program this
report for any zone functions you wish to send an alarm report
about. For local zones (no reports), do not program an alarm report. The zone number will automatically be sent for this report in
SIA or Contact ID format.
• Keypad Emergency Alarm: This report is sent when an emergency alarm has been activated using the “B” emergency key.
• Single Keypad Use: The keypad should be used on the keypad
bus and be mounted to the front of the control enclosure OR if
within the same room as the control equipment with the wire run
in conduit (or equivalently protected against mechanical injury)
within 20 ft. (6.1 m) of the control equipment.
- This keypad should be assigned as address 1.
• Keypad Panic: This report is sent when an emergency alarm
has been activated using the “C” emergency key.
• Multiple Keypad Use: One keypad only must be used on the
option bus, at any address from 11 - 14, and must meet the following requirements:
- The keypad must be mounted to the front of the control enclosure OR mounted within the same room as the control equipment and the wire is run in conduit (or equivalently protected
against mechanical injury) within 20 ft. (6.1 m) of the control
equipment.
- All other keypads should be connected to the keypad bus and
may be placed as needed (within the noted wiring limitations in
the installation manual).
- One keypad must be assigned as address 1.
• Zone Function Trouble: This report is sent when a zone trouble
condition occurs. This can be an open circuit, if the zone is programmed for “trouble on open”, a multiplex tamper switch being
activated, or a multiplex zone not communicating with the control
panel. The zone number will automatically be sent for this report
in SIA or Contact ID format.
7.12 Open/Close Report Control Programming
• Open and Close Reports: If programmed, these reports are
sent when the system is armed or disarmed. They may be sent
independently for the opening and closing of each partition, or the
first partition to open and the last partition to close may send the
reports.
• Send Trouble at Close for Bypassed Zones: If programmed, a
trouble report will be sent for each zone bypassed when the system is armed.
• Alternate between both Phone Numbers: If programmed, open
and close reports will be sent to phone number one first. If phone
number one does not pick-up, the control panel will alternate to
phone number two. If phone number two does not pick-up, the
control panel will alternate back to phone number one. It will alternate between both phone numbers until successful.
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• Zone Function Restoral: This report is sent when the zone alarm
and trouble conditions are cleared. The zone number will automatically be sent for this report in SIA or Contact ID format.
• Open: This report is sent when the system has been disarmed.
In SIA or Contact ID formats, the user number for the person who
disarmed the system will be sent with this report. To send the user
number along with an Open report in other formats, program the
extended digit of the report as *5. In Contact ID format, the partition number will also be sent along with this report. The Open
report will only be sent if a Close report was sent previously.
• Close: This report is sent when the system has been armed. In
SIA or Contact ID formats, the user number for the person who
armed the system will be sent with this report. To send the user
number along with a Close report in other formats, program the
extended digit of the report as *5. In Contact ID format, the partition number will also be sent along with this report.
• Duress: This report is sent when the system is disarmed using a
duress code. The user number will not be sent along with this
report.
• Partial Close: This report is sent when the system is armed partially, or force armed.
• First Open After Alarm: This report is sent when the system is
disarmed after an alarm has occurred. It will also be sent if the
system is already disarmed and a user number is entered to si-
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lence a 24-hour or fire zone.
• Low Battery: This report is sent when a low battery condition
occurs.
• Battery Restoral: This report is sent when a low battery condition restores.
• AC Fail: This report is sent when an AC failure condition occurs.
This report may be delayed in address 0197.
• AC Restoral: This report is sent when an AC failure condition
restores.
• Communicator Test/System Normal: This report is sent at the
24-hour check-in time if there is not a control trouble, an active
fire alarm that has not been acknowledged, a fire trouble, or a
supervisory condition. Note: To send a Communicator Test even
if one of these conditions exists, program the Communicator Test/
System Off Normal.
• Remote Program Successful: This report is sent after a Remote Program session, if the session was terminated properly.
• Remote Program Unsuccessful: This report is sent after a Remote Program session, if some error has occurred or the session
did not terminate properly.
7.14 Phone Number General Control Programming
• Enable Remote Programmer Callback: If programmed, when
the remote programmer tries to initiate a session with the panel,
the panel will hang up and call the remote programmer phone
number.
- This ensures the correct remote programmer is initiating the
call.
• Dial Pulse on all Phone Numbers: If programmed, the panel
will dial phone number 1, 2, and the remote programmer phone
number 3 using the pulse format.
• Dial Tone on all Phone Numbers: If programmed, the panel will
dial phone number 1, 2, and the remote programmer phone number 3 using the tone format.
7.15 Phone Answering Programming
• Answering Machine Bypass: This feature allows the panel to
answer incoming calls when answering machines are used. If the
line rings, stops ringing, then rings again within one minute, the
panel will seize the phone line on the first ring.
• Local Program Unsuccessful: This report is sent when local
programmer’s mode is exited and there has been some error associated with the programming.
• Phone Answering Programming: The panel can be programmed
to answer the phone after a selected number of rings for remote
programming access. It can also be programmed to answer the
phone after a different number of rings when in armed or disarmed states.
- This can be used to call the panel location and determine its
arming state.
• System Trouble: This report is sent when a control trouble condition occurs.
7.16 FCC Compliance Notice
• Local Program Successful: This report is sent when local programmer’s mode is exited and there is no error associated with
the programming.
• System Trouble Restoral: This report is sent when all system
trouble conditions restore.
• Communicator Test/System Off Normal: This report is sent at
the 24-hour check-in time if there is a control trouble, an active
fire alarm that has not been acknowledged, a fire trouble, or a
supervisory condition.
• Exit Error: This report is sent if an exit error occurs. An exit error
occurs when an entry/exit zone is still violated at the end of the
exit delay. If this happens, the entry delay will begin. If the system
is not disarmed before the entry delay expires, an alarm report for
the effected zone will be sent and the Exit Error report will be
sent. If this report is not programmed, the control will not sound
the exit error warning.
• Recent Closing: This report is sent, along with any alarm reports, when there is an alarm within the first five minutes after the
system has been armed.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference
by one or more of the following measures:
• Re-orient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
• System Test: This report is sent when a system test has been
started (#81 key sequence). Zone reports are not sent during a
system test.
7.17 FCC Phone Connection Notice To Users
• System Test Restoral: This report is sent when the system test
has been completed or has timed-out.
On the inside of the enclosure is a label that contains, among other
information, the FCC Registration Number and the Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this equipment. You must, upon request,
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provide this information to your local telephone company.
The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices that may be
connected to your telephone line and still have all of those devices
ring when your telephone number is called. In most, but not all
areas, the sum of the REN's of all devices connected to one line
should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices
that you may connect to your line, you may want to contact your
local telephone company to determine the max. REN for your local
calling area.
This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the
telephone company. This control should not be connected to party
lines.
Should this equipment cause harm to the telephone network, the
telephone company may discontinue your service temporarily. If
possible, they will notify you in advance. But if advanced notice isn’t
practical, you will be notified as soon as possible. You will be informed of your right to file a complaint with the FCC. The telephone
company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations,
or procedures that could affect the proper functioning of your equipment. If they do, you will be notified in advance to give you an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted telephone service.
If you experience trouble with this equipment, please contact the
manufacturer for information on obtaining service or repairs.
This precaution may be particularly important in rural areas.
Caution:
Users should not attempt to make such connections
themselves, but should contact the appropriate electric inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate.
Terminal Requirements: The Load Number (LN) assigned to each
terminal device denotes the percentage of the total load to be connected to a telephone loop which is used by the device, to prevent
overloading. The termination on a loop may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the total of the
Load Numbers of all the devices does not exceed 100. The Load
Number of the DS7400Xi is 2.
RFI Requirements: This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference- Causing Equipment Regulations. [Cet appareil numerique de la classe A respecte toutes les
exigences du Reglement sur le material broilleur du Canada.]
7.19 For Installations in New Zealand
Two-wire Connection:
The operation of this equipment on the same line as telephones or
other equipment with audible warning devices or automatic ring
detectors will give rise to bell tinkle or noise and may cause false
tripping of the ring detector. Should such problems occur, the user
is not to contact Telecom Faults Service.
The telephone company may ask that you disconnect this equipment from the network until the problem has been corrected or until
you are sure that the equipment is not malfunctioning. The repairs
to this equipment must be made by the manufacturer and not the
user.
To guard against accidental disconnection, there is ample room to
mount the Telco jack to the inside of the Control cabinet.
The operation of this Control may also be affected if events such as
accidents or acts of God cause an interruption in telephone service.
7.18 Canadian Dept. of Communications
General Installation Requirements: Notice: The Canadian Department of Communications label identifies certified equipment. This
certification means that the equipment meets certain telecommunications network, protective, operational, and safety requirements.
The Department does not guarantee the equipment will operate to
the user’s satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The equipment must also be installed using an
acceptable method of connection. In some cases, the company’s
inside wiring associated with a single line individual service may be
extended by means of a certified connector assembly (telephone
extension cord). The customer should be aware that compliance
with the above conditions may not prevent degradation of service in
some situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized
Canadian maintenance facility designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company
cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure, for their own protection, that the electrical
ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines, and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together.
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8.0
8.1.2 Removing a PIN
Operating Guide
To disable (remove) a PIN, enter:
• A Master code, followed by [#] [0].
• [0]
• User number of the PIN to be cancelled, followed by [#]
User Number 001 can not be disabled in this manner.
8.1 Personal Identification Numbers
8.1.1 General Information
When programming Personal Identification Numbers, it is helpful to
know the following terms:
8.1.3 Authority Levels
• PIN: Personal Identification Number. This is the 4 digit code users must enter at the keypad to gain access to the system. A PIN
may be assigned to each User Number 001 through 090.
0 = Master: Can enter all commands, add or change PINs in all
partitions, change time and date, bypass, arm, disarm, perform
system tests, system reset, and view history. Any or all PINs
can behave as a Master code.
• User Number: This is the number that identifies each person
using the system. There are 90 possible User Numbers available
for use (001 through 090)
.
• Authority Level: This number determines which functions each
user will be able to perform.
Your system has the capability to assign up to 90 PINs, each four
digits long. Each User Number can have only one PIN assigned to
it. Attempting to assign the same PIN to multiple User Numbers will
result in the three-beep error tone, and the entry will not be made.
User Number 001 is designated as a Master code. It can be used to
add, delete, or change other PINs. It will always have access to all
partitions regardless of how it is programmed.
User Number 001 is shipped from the factory with the PIN of 1 2 3
4. This PIN should be changed to one of your personal preference
and must be programmed as a Master code.
PINs should never be programmed with common sequences such
as 1 2 3 4, 1 1 1 1, or 2 4 6 8 because they are easily violated.
1 = Unlimited: Can enter all commands, bypass, arm, disarm, system reset, and perform system tests. Can not change PINs.
2 = General: Can bypass, arm, and disarm. Can not change PINs,
system reset, or enter Command 7 or any of the Command 8
functions. Bypass and disarm are programmable by partition.
3 = Arm Only: Can arm the system with [On] arming only. Can not
perform any other functions including disarming.
4 = Temporary: Valid only for a specified time (PIN will disappear
upon expiration date). Can arm and disarm the system, but can
not perform any other functions. If this function is performed
from a Master Keypad, you must be in Single Partition Mode.
5 = Duress: When the system is disarmed using the duress PIN, a
silent report is sent to the central station. The Duress PIN is
intended to be used when the user is forced to disarm the system.
6 = Access: When a PIN with an Access code is entered, any
output programmed for Access Output (e.g. door strikes) will
pulse on for 10 seconds (works when the system is armed or
disarmed).
This chart will guide you through the steps necessary to change a PIN.
It is recommended that this procedure be performed at a DS7447 keypad. No visual cues will be given from a DS7445 keypad.
Steps to Change a
PIN
# 1. Enter the Master Code Programming Mode.
# 2. Enter a 0.
# 3. Enter the User Number.
# 4. Enter the Authority Level.
# 5. Enter the Area(s) (partition(s))
this user has access to.
# 6. Enter the PIN.
# 7. Enter the PIN again followed by
the [#] key.
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Command
Sequence
If Accepted, the Display Reads
[Master Code] + [#] [0]
“0 User Change”
(display will scroll to this)
[0]
“Enter User No.”
(001..0XX)
[0] [0] [1] through [0] [9] [0]
“Enter Authority Level”
Level (0-6)
[0] through [6]
“Enter Area(s) or # for all”
[1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6],
[7], and/or [8] then [#]
“Enter Next Area, End with #” or
“Enter PIN”
Any 4 digits.
Do not press [#].
“Enter PIN Again. End with #”
A long beep will sound to signify
acceptance of the new PIN.
PIN (same 4 digits as above),
then [#].
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8.2 Arming/Disarming Commands
For commands to Arm, Disarm, Bypass or set chime mode, see the front cover of this Reference Guide or consult the DS7400Xi Ver. 3+
Users Guide.
8.3 Changing the Date
This chart explains the procedure for changing the date at the keypad.
It is recommended that this procedure be performed at a DS7447 keypad. No visual cues will be given from a DS7445 keypad.
Steps to Change
the Date
Command
Sequence
If Accepted, the Display Reads
# 1. Enter the Master Code
Programming Mode.
[Master Code] + [#] [0]
"2 Change Date"
(display will scroll to this)
[2]
“Enter Month"
(01...12)
# 2. Enter a 2.
# 3. Enter the Month.
[0] [1] through [1] [2]
January
"Enter Day."
(01...31)
December
# 4. Enter the Day.
[0] [1] through [3] [1]
"Enter Year."
(XX) End with #
# 5. Enter the Year.
The last two digits of the year,
followed by the [#] key.
“Month, Day, Year”
A long beep signifies acceptance.
Note: Entering the command sequence [Master Code] [#] [0] [2] [#] will cause the DS7447 keypad to read back the date.
The control panel will exit you from the master code programming mode after about 15 seconds without a keystroke.
8.4 Changing the Tempoary PIN Expiration Date
This chart explains the procedure for changing the expiration date (for temporary PINs) at the keypad.
It is recommended that this procedure be performed at a DS7447 keypad. No visual cues will be given from a DS7445 keypad.
Steps to Change the Exp.
Date for Temp. PINs
# 1. Enter the Master Code
Programming Mode.
Command
Sequence
If Accepted, the Display Reads
[Master Code] + [#] [0]
"3 Change Date of Code Expiration"*
(display will scroll to this)
[3]
“Enter Month"
(01...12)
# 2. Enter a 3.
# 3. Enter the expiration
Month.
[0] [1] through [1] [2]
January
"Enter Day."
(01...31)
December
# 4. Enter the expiration Day.
The temporary PIN will
expire at Midnight on the
day selected.
[0] [1] through [3] [1]
"Enter Year."
(XX) End with #
# 5. Enter the expiration Year.
The last two digits of the year,
followed by the [#] key.
“Month, Day, Year”
A long beep signifies acceptance.
* = This will only display when in Single Partition Mode.
Note:Entering the command sequence [Master Code] [#] [0] [3] [#] will cause the DS7447 keypad to read back the
temporary code expiration date.
The control panel will exit you from the master code programming mode after about 15 seconds without a keystroke.
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8.5 Changing the Time
This chart explains the procedure for changing the time at the keypad.
It is recommended that this procedure be performed at a DS7447 keypad. No visual cues will be given from a DS7445 keypad.
Steps to Change
the Time
# 1. Enter the Master Code
Programming Mode.
Command
Sequence
If Accepted, the Display Reads
[Master Code] + [#] [0]
"6 Change Time"*
(display will scroll to this)
[6]
“Enter Day"
(1...7)
# 2. Enter a 6.
[1] through [7]
# 3. Enter the day.
Sunday
# 4. Enter the Time.
(Hour and minute)
"Enter Time."
(0100...1259)
Saturday
"Enter AM/PM.”
(4/6) End with #
[0] [1] [0] [0] through [1] [2] [5] [9]
[4] [#] or [6] [#]
# 5. Enter AM or PM.
(4=AM, 6=PM)
“Day - Time”
A long beep signifies acceptance.
* = This will only display when in Single Partition Mode.
Note: Entering the command sequence [Master Code] [#] [0] [6] [#] will cause the DS7447 keypad to read back the time.
The control panel will exit you from the master code programming mode after about 15 seconds without a keystroke.
8.6 Delayed Arming
This section explains how to cause the system to arm after a specified number of hours.
Delayed arming is simply causing the system to arm after a specified number of hours.
To program the system for delayed arming, perform the following steps:
Delayed Automatic Arming
Notes
Enter a PIN
Enter [9] [9]
to enter the Delayed Arming programming
The keypad will display the following:
Enter the number of hours from now
that you would like the system to arm.
Arm in nn Hours
# to accept
For example: If if is 3:30 now, and you
would like the system to arm at 9:30,
enter 06.
Additional Notes:
Delayed arming can be used even if there are no automatic arming times programmed.
If delayed arming is used in Master Keypad mode, it will affect all partitions you have access to. If delayed arming is used in single partition
mode, or from a single partition keypad, it will affect only the partition you are working in.
Delayed arming will override automatic arming.
Delayed arming will also provide a 15 minute pre-arm period like the one provided with automatic arming.
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8.7 Automatic Arming
Each partition can be programmed to automatically arm once per day.
To inform occupants that the system is about to arm, a pre-arming period will begin 15 minutes before the system arms automatically. The
keypad sounders, and any outputs programmed to follow the keypad sounders, will pulse five times every minute. During the last five
minutes before arming, these sounders will be on steady. Once per minute the keypad will read, “Arm in nn min./PIN + OFF - extend.”
If automatic arming is used in Master Keypad mode, it will affect all partitions you have access to. If used in single partition mode, or from
a single partition keypad, it will affect only the partition you are working in.
To extend the Automatic Arming of the system during the automatic arming pre-arming period 15 minutes, enter a valid user code plus OFF
[PIN] + [OFF]. For a longer delay, perform the following steps:
Delayed Automatic Arming
Notes
Enter a PIN
Enter [9] [9]
to enter the Delayed Arming programming
The keypad will display the following:
Enter the number of hours from now
that you would like the system to arm.
Arm in nn Hours
# to accept
For example: If if is 3:30 now, and you
would like the system to arm at 9:30,
enter 06.
* = To extend the Automatic Arming at any time, use the Delayed Arming feature (see section 8.6).
To program the Automatic Arming Time, perform the following steps:
Setting the Automatic Arming Time
Notes
Enter a Master PIN + [#] + [0]
Setting the Automatic Arming Time can only be
performed in the Master Programming Mode.
Enter a [1]
to enter the Automatic Arm Setup programming
Enter the partition number.
Press [#] to exit.
If programming is done from a Master Keypad
that is not in single partition mode, the user will
be prompted to enter the partition they wish to
program.
The user will only be allowed to program the
partitions to which they are assigned. If programming from a standard keypad, or from a
Master Keypad in single partition mode, this
step will be skipped.
The display will start with Sunday. It will read,
“Sunday - nn : nn”
Enter a time for each day.
Enter in [0] [1] [0] [0] [#] format.
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Enter the time in 24 hour format then press the
[#] key. If you make a mistake, press the [*] key
twice to move back to your last entry.
Samples of times:
12 noon = 1200#
12:01am = 0001#
1:00am = 0100#
Disabled = 0000#
12 midnight = 2400#
12:01pm = 1201#
1:00pm = 1300#
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8.8 Turning OFF the System under Duress
This chart explains the proper procedure for disarming under Duress.
Ask your installer if the Duress feature has been activated.
A Duress code is used when someone demands, by threatening your life or well-being, that the system be turned off.
When used, the code will both turn off the system and report a silent Duress alarm if connected to a monitoring service.
Extreme care should be used when entering your PIN to turn off the system, so a Duress code is not inadvertently entered.
Type of Disarming
Disarming System
under Duress
Command Sequence
What will Happen
System will appear to disarm normally.
Duress Code + [Off]
A Duress code will be sent
to the central station.
8.9 Emergency Procedures
8.10 Fire Reset/Fire Trouble
8.9.1 Identifying Alarm Sounds
8.10.1 Fire Reset
Your alarm system may be programmed for a steady alarm sound
or a pulsed alarm sound. It is important to learn the difference between a fire alarm sound and an intrusion alarm sound before you
are confronted with an actual emergency.
8.9.2 Silencing Alarms
All alarms can be silenced with any PIN that has disarm privileges.
Entering your PIN+ [Off] will silence the alarm and turn off (disarm)
the control.
8.9.3 A Cautionary Note
How you respond to an alarm will depend, mostly, on the type and
time of the alarm. You should seek the advice of your installing company as they install your system, not later (e.g. after an alarm) to
develop a response plan.
8.9.4 Use Common Sense
Above all else, common sense should prevail. If there is any threat
or hint of danger to yourself or others on the premises, such as in
the event of a fire alarm, everyone should be instructed to leave the
premises immediately. Do not enter the premises unless accompanied by the appropriate Emergency Services’ personnel, or after
they have given the OK to enter.
8.9.5 Caution When Entering A Building
If the bells and sirens are on and/or the red Armed Light is flashing
with the DS7447 display reading “Zone Alarm” or the DS7445 having its zone LEDs flashing, then the keypad is signaling that an alarm
has occurred. The keypad will also issue a pulsed tone during the
entry delay instead of the usual steady tone.
If the alarm has not been previously investigated, do not enter the
building unless accompanied by the appropriate Emergency Services’ personnel.
8.9.6 Fire Alarms
Fire Alarms are silenced using the same procedure as intrusion
alarms: a PIN (with disarm privileges) + the [Off] key.
During a fire alarm, exit the premises immediately. When you have
determined there is no fire, you must silence the bells/sirens before
you can initiate the [System Reset]
command: PIN + [System Reset].
Before the [System Reset] command is used, determine which smoke
detector has alarmed so the monitoring company may verify its operation.
A PIN followed by the [System Reset] key will reset any smoke detectors after a fire alarm has occurred.
Note: To use the System Reset command sequence, your PIN must
have disarm privileges.
The System Reset command will perform a fire reset, will perform a
battery test, and will clear all system troubles.
Note: If the System Reset command has not been performed after
24 hours of the Fire Alarm, the keypad will sound and it will display
“Fire Alarm Not Reset.” If the sounders have been silenced and the
system has been reset properly, this warning will not occur.
8.10.2 Fire Trouble
A Fire Trouble message with a zone number signifies a problem
with the fire system, such as a break in the wiring that monitors
smoke detectors. A Fire Trouble message with no zone number indicates a ground fault if the unit is in the commercial fire mode.
A Fire Trouble will be indicated by a short beep from the keypad
sounders every 10 seconds. The DS7447 will display “Fire Trouble”
followed by the zones in a trouble condition. The DS7445 will turn
the Fire and Trouble Lights on steady and will light the corresponding zone LEDs.
Notify your installing company immediately if the Fire Trouble message is displayed.
The Fire Trouble beep can be silenced with any PIN followed by the
[Off] key. After problems have been remedied, a PIN followed by the
[Off] key should again be entered to clear the “Fire Trouble” display.
The Fire Alarm system is not reset until alarms at smoke detectors
are cleared by using the [System Reset] command. The Fire Alarm
system will not be functional until this procedure has been followed.
See the “Fire Reset” section, 8.10.1.
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8.11 Emergency Keypad Alarms
Armed
Status
®
Power
Fire
Armed
Perimeter
Status
Supervisory
Power
Bell Silenced
Fire
Trouble
®
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
On
On
1
2
3
Off
1
2
3
Off
4
5
6
Perimeter
Only
4
5
6
Perimeter
Only
7
8
9
No
Entry
7
8
9
No
Entry
*
0
#
Bypass
*
0
#
Bypass
System
Reset
System
Reset
A
B
A
C
B
C
The Emergency Alarm Keys [A], [B], and [C] may generate Fire, Special Emergency, and Panic Alarms if programmed by the installer.
Ask your installing company to explain the function of these keys.
When using the Emergency Keys, they must be pressed for two seconds to generate an alarm.
Note:
If the Emergency Alarm Keys are to be used, they should be labeled to signify their functions.
The A key should be labeled as the Fire key. This is the only key that may be designated as the Fire key.
The B key should be labeled as the Special Emergency key.
The C key should be labeled as the Panic key.
Use the Disarming Command Sequence to cancel or silence these alarms.
8.12 Fire Safety
WARNING: No fire detection device or system should be considered 100% foolproof.
may be blocked during a fire, the plan should provide exits from
This fire alarm system can provide early warning of a developing
bedroom windows.
fire. Such a system, however, does not ensure protection against
property damage or loss of life resulting from a fire. Any fire alarm
system may fail to warn for any number of reasons (e.g. smoke not Make copies of the plan and practice it with all family members.
reaching a detector that is behind a closed door).
When considering detectors for residential applications, refer to NFPA • Pre-arrange a meeting place outside and away from the residence. Once out of the building, all occupants should immediateStandard 72, “The National Fire Alarm Code.” This standard is availly go to the pre-selected location to be accounted for.
able at a nominal cost from: The National Fire Protection Association, Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02269.
• Provide a barricade between family members and fire, smoke,
and toxic gases (e.g. close all bedroom doors before retiring).
8.12.1 If Installed in Family Residences
Adherence to the NFPA Standard 72 can lead to reasonable fire
safety when the following items are practiced:
• Minimize hazards: Avoid the three traditional fire killers: smoking
in bed, leaving children home alone, and cleaning with flammable
liquids.
• Providing a fire warning system: Most fire deaths occur in the
home, the majority, during sleeping hours. The minimum level of
protection requires smoke detectors to be installed outside of each
separate sleeping area and on each additional story of the dwelling.
For added early warning protection, it is recommended that detectors be installed in all separated areas including the basement, bedrooms, dining room, utility room, furnace room, and hallways.
8.12.2 Having and Practicing an Escape Plan
A fire warning may be wasted unless the family has planned in advance for a rapid and safe exit from the building.
• Draw a floor plan of the entire house showing two exits from each
bedroom and two from the house. Since stairwells and hallways
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• Children should be instructed on opening their bedroom windows
and exiting safely from the building. If exiting is not possible, they
should be taught to stay at the open window and shout for help
until it arrives.
• In the event of a fire alarm after retiring, wake the children by
shouting to them from behind your closed door. Tell them to keep
their bedroom doors closed.
• If the top of your bedroom door is uncomfortably hot, do not open
it. There is most likely fire, intolerable heat, or smoke on the other
side. Shout to all family members to keep their bedroom doors
closed and to exit the building via alternate routes.
• If the top of the door is not uncomfortably hot, brace the bottom of
the door with your foot, and the top with one hand, then open the
door about one inch. Be prepared to slam the door shut if there is
any pressure against the door or if any hot air rushes in.
• If there is no evidence of excessive heat or pressure, leave the
room and close the door behind you. Shout appropriate instructions to all family members and immediately leave the building via
the pre-planned routes. If heavy smoke is present, drop to your
hands and knees, or crawl to remain below the smoke level.
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8.12.3 Installation Considerations
Proper location of detection devices is one of the most critical factors in a fire alarm system.
The following are some general considerations:
Bedroom
*
Hall
Living
Room
Basement
*
Dining
Room
Bedroom
Kitchen
• Do not install smoke detectors where normal area temperatures
are above 100 degrees F (38 degrees C) or below 32 degrees F
(0 degrees C).
Bedroom
Rec Room
*
*
Living Room
Dining
Room
**
= Smoke Detector
Bedroom
A smoke detector should be located on each
story including basements, but excluding crawl
spaces and unfinished attics.
*
Bedroom
= Smoke Detector
Locate smoke detectors between
sleeping areas and family living
areas.
• Smoke detectors should not be installed in “dead air” spaces or
close to ventilating or air conditioning outlets because smoke may
be circulated away from the detector. Locations near air inlets
should be favored.
• Avoid areas subject to normal smoke concentrations such as kitchens, garages, or near fireplaces.
• Areas of high humidity and dust concentrations should be avoided.
• The edge of ceiling mounted detectors should be no closer than 4
inches (10 cm) from any wall.
• Place the top edge of wall mounted detectors between 4 and 12
inches (10 to 30 cm) from the ceiling.
8.13 Testing
8.13.1 Zone Test
The Zone Test is used to confirm that detectors will report alarms. Zone Test works on all zones, except 24-hour zones and fire zones.
While the keypad is in Zone Test, no reports will be sent and no control panel alarms will activate an alarm, except 24-hour zone alarms and
fire alarms. These will override the Zone Test function.
Type of
Test
Command
Sequence
What will Happen
What to Do
DS7447: “Test Zone” will display followed by the
zone number of any zones that have not been tested.
Zone Test
PIN + [#] [8] [1]
DS7445: The Zone LEDs will flash for any zones that
have not been tested.
DS7447: “Now Testing” will be displayed followed
by the zone number of the zone that is currently being
violated (being tested). It returns to “Test Zone” after
the violation.
Test each detector one at a
time as instructed by the
installing company.
To exit the Zone Test mode,
enter your PIN + the [#] key.
DS7445: The Zone LED will turn on steady for the
zone that is currently being violated (tested).
Note: This test can not be performed from a Master Keypad.
8.13.2 Battery/Sounder Test
If a power failure occurs, your control panel has a built-in battery that will continue to power the control panel for several hours. The control
panel automatically recharges the battery when power is restored. In addition to an automatic battery test performed every 4 hours, the
battery may also be tested manually. This test also uses the battery to manually activate all the system sounders for 2 seconds (# 8 5 only).
If the battery voltage is low, a battery fault will occur (see Error Display).
Command
Sequence
Type of Test
What will Happen
Local
Battery/
Sounder Test *
PIN + [#] [8] [5]
Battery Test
PIN + [System Reset]
• All keypad Lights will turn on.
• The keypad sounder and all alarm
sounding devices will operate for 2
seconds.
What to Do
If test fails, the control will indicate
a Control Problem. See Error
displays, section 9.20.
If power in your building has been
off recently, wait 2 hours for the
battery to recharge and then try
again.
• The control will perform a Battery Test.
• The control will report a Low Battery or
a Low Battery Restoral if necessary.
* = Note: If this test is performed from a Master Keypad,
it must be in Single Partition Mode.
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8.13.3 Communicator Test
This test is available only if your system transmits alarms and system information to a monitoring service, and has been programmed by
the security installing company to permit communicator tests. A long beep will initially sound to acknowledge the start of the test. If the test
is successful, the sounder will again issue one long beep. If the test fails, the keypad sounder will turn ON continuously. To silence the
sounder, enter you PIN followed by the [#] key or press the [*] key.
Command
Sequence
Type of Test
What will Happen
Communicator
Test
• A long beep will sound.
Requires
addresses
0329, 0504,
0529, and 1521 to
be programmed.
PIN + [#] [8] [2]
• A “Test” report is sent to the monitoring
service.
What to Do
If test fails, the keypad sounder
will sound continuously. To
silence the sounder, press the
[System Reset] key.
Note: This test may take several
minutes to complete as the
control will try 10 attempts (not
programmable) before it fails this
test.
8.13.4 Event History Readback
The History Buffer stores the last 400 events in memory, the last 100 in non-volitile memory (will be kept even if total power loss). The
DS7447 can display all of these events. The DS7445 will only display those zones that have alarmed since the last Event History Readback.
Command
Sequence
Type of Test
What will Happen
DS7447: The last event to take place will be
displayed.
Event History
Readback *
PIN + [#] [8] [9]
DS7445: The zone LEDs will flash for any
zones that have alarmed since the last Event
History Readback done on a DS7445 keypad
in that partition.
What to Do
DS7447: Scroll through the
events by using the [9], [6], and
[#] keys. See below.
To exit from the Event History
Mode, press the [*] key.
For System Fault displays, see section 9.20.
* = Note: If this is performed from a Master Keypad, it must be in Single Partition Mode.
DS7447 Only: Scrolling through the History Events.
To begin scrolling back through the events, press the [#] key. The [#] key will scroll you back through the history line by line. The [9] key will
scroll you back in reverse chronological order by event. The [6] key will scroll you back up through the events (toward the most recent) by
event.
Each event consists of two or three lines or display screens. The first line/screen will be the event title and user. The second line/screen will
be the date of the event or the change being made. If there is a third line/screen, it will be the date of the change.
To exit the Event History Mode, press the [*] key or wait 20 seconds and the keypad will exit automatically.
When performing this from a Master Keypad, each partition will display its own history.
8.13.5 Remote Program Dial-out and Answer
Type of Function
Command Sequence
What will Happen
Remote Program
Dial-out*
PIN + [#] [8] [3]
The panel will call the remote
programmer.
Remote Program
Answer
PIN + [#] [8] [6]
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* = Phone numbers 1 and 3 must be
programmed and an Account
Code must be programmed.
The panel will answer a call
from the remote programmer.
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8.13.6 Error Displays
This chart explains the procedure for reading Error displays
when the green Power Light is flashing on the keypad.
Control panel problems are indicated by a flashing green Power Light. The DS7447 display
will also read “Control Trouble, Enter #87.” The DS7445 will only flash the green Power Light.
The Error displays may only be read when the control is disarmed.
Contact your installing company if the problems persist.
1. DS7447 - “AC Power Failure” / DS7445 - LED 1 turns
on steady: There is a power failure and the panel is
operating on backup battery.
5. DS7447 - “Keypad Fault” / DS7445 - LED 5 turns on
steady: One of the keypads is not responding to the
control panel.
2. DS7447 - “Battery Trouble” / DS7445 - LED 2 turns on
steady: If the system has just been through a power
failure, wait at least two hours for the battery to recharge,
then enter a PIN + [System Reset] to perform a battery test.
6. DS7447 - “Multiplex Bus” / DS7445 - LED 7 turns on
steady: The multiplex bus is defective or has been
shorted.
7. DS7447 - “Aux Power Fault” / DS7445 - LED 8 turns on
steady: The auxiliary power has been shorted.
3. DS7447 - “Communicator Err” / DS7445 - LED 3 turns
on steady: The communicator failed to communicate
with the central station.
8. DS7447 - “Zone Trouble”: One of the zones is not
responding to the control panel. This may also be
displayed during power-up (if so, ignore).
4. DS7447 - “System Fault” / DS7445 - LED 4 turns on
steady: Internal error in the control circuitry or
optional circuitry. These faults are designated as follows:
#87 will display
#89 will display
RAM Fault
ROM Fault
EEPROM Fault
Ground Fault
2Ph/Bell Fault = loss of communication to DS7420i
Line 1 Fault = DS7420i phone line 1 fault
Line 2 Fault = DS7420i phone line 2 fault
Bell Fault = DS7420i bell circuit fault
Aux. Relay Fault = DS7420i aux. relay fault
Oct. Relay Fault = loss of communication to DS7488
Reserved for older panels
AR IB Queue Full = modem buffer full
AR Host Down = network data switch down
AR Unreg. Modem = modem not registered
AR Power Fail = power source below defined threshold
AR Network Lost = loss of network
AR Modem HW Err = modem hardware error
AR Modem SW Err = modem software error
AR Opt. Bus Err = loss of communication to ARDIS module
AR Corrupt MSG = message error
System fault 01
System fault 02
System fault 03
System fault 04
System fault 10
System fault 11
System fault 12
System fault 13
System fault 14
System fault 20
System fault 50
System fault 51
System fault 52
System fault 53
System fault 54
System fault 55
System fault 56
System fault 57
System fault 58
System fault 59
Action Desired
Read Error display when
green Power light is flashing.
Note: System Faults may be
read from any keypad because
they are system-wide.
All other Error Displays are limited to the partition the Standard
keypad is in. If you are on a Master keypad, you may read Error
Displays one partition at a time.
Command Sequence
PIN + [#] [8] [7]
Clear Error Display*
Caution: Clear the error display only on the advice of your installing
company or if you are certain the problem has been remedied.
PIN + [System Reset]
* = Battery Trouble display will only clear by the [System Reset] command or another automatic battery test even after the problem has been
remedied. Comm Error display willonly clear by the [System Reset] command or the next successful automatic system off normal report
even after the problem has been remedied. All the other error displays will self clear from the keypads once the problem has been remedied.
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9.0 The Master Keypad
Your system may include a Master keypad.
A Master keypad is a DS7447 keypad programmed to give a user access to all the partitions he has access to, not just the partition the
Master keypad is in. This is different from a Standard keypad, in that Standard keypads only give access to the single partition they are in.
Commands entered at the Master keypad will affect all the partitions the user has access to. If this is not desirable, the Master keypad can
be used to control partitions individually; this is called Single Partition Mode. Single Partition Mode allows a user to control the partitions he
has access to on an individual (one by one) basis (see section 11.4 for more information on Single Partition Mode).
9.1 Master Keypad Displays
Master keypad displays will differ slightly from Standard keypads.
The Master keypad display will scroll the Status of each partition, followed by the partition number.
For example, if all partitions are armed, the Master keypad will scroll through the following displays:
Armed
area 1
Armed
area 2
Armed
area 3
Armed
area 4
Armed
area 5
Armed
area 6
Armed
area 7
Armed
area 8
If only partitions 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 8 are armed, the Master keypad will scroll through the following displays:
Armed
area 1
Armed
area 2
Armed
area 3
Armed
area 4
Ready to Arm
area 5
Armed
area 6
Ready to Arm
area 7
Armed
area 8
Displays for partitions that are Not Ready will display in the same manner.
Light
Off
Flashing
On
Armed
(red)
All partitions are disarmed.
One or more partitions
are armed, or an alarm
has occurred.
All partitions are armed, and no alarms have
occurred.
Status
(green)
Not ready to arm (if the
Armed Light is on, all
partitions are armed).
One or more zones are
bypassed.
All partitions are ready to arm.
Power
(green)
The control panel has lost
all power; no AC or battery.
Control panel problems
exist. See Error Displays.
Normal Operation.
The control panel is running on AC power
with no problems.
Fire
(red)
There are no fire alarms.
A fire zone is in alarm.
A fire trouble condition exists.
9.2 Arming from the Master Keypad
Arming from the Master Keypad
Arming all the
Partitions you have
access to.
Enter your PIN followed by one of the arming sequences.
This will arm all of your partitions, even if some are already armed.
You must enter Single Partition Mode to arm the necessary partitions one at a time.
Arming only some of
your Partitions
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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Enter your PIN, followed by the [#] key twice: [1] [2] [3] [4] [#] [#].
The first partition you have access to will be displayed: “Ready to Arm. Cafeteria.”
Complete the arming command sequence you wish for this partition: [On].
Move to the next partition you have access to by pressing the [#] key twice: [#] [#].
The next partition you have access to will be displayed: “Ready to Arm. Office.”
Complete the arming command sequence you wish for this partition.
After you have completed all the arming command sequences for the partitions you
have access to, exit Single Partition Mode by pressing the [*] key for 2 seconds.
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9.3 Disarming from the Master Keypad
Disarming from the Master Keypad
Disarming all the
Partitions you have
access to.
Enter your PIN followed by the [Off] key.
This will disarm all of your partitions, even if some are already disarmed.
You must enter Single Partition Mode to disarm the necessary partitions one at a time.
Disarming only some
of your Partitions
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Enter your PIN, followed by the [#] key twice: [1] [2] [3] [4] [#] [#].
The first partition you have access to will be displayed: “Armed. Cafeteria.”
Complete the disarming command sequence for this partition: [Off].
Move to the next partition you have access to by pressing the [#] key twice: [#] [#].
The next partition you have access to will be displayed: “Armed. Office.”
Complete the disarming command sequence for this partition.
After you have disarmed all the partitions you have access to, exit Single Partition
Mode by pressing the [*] key for 2 seconds.
9.4 Single Partition Mode
Single Partition Mode is used to control partitions on a “one at a time/one by one” basis from the Master keypad.
To enter the Single Partition Mode, enter your PIN, then press the [#] key twice. This will call up the first partition you have access to. Enter
the command sequence you wish for this partition. You do not need to use your PIN again. To move on to the next partition you have
access to, press the [#] key twice.
To exit the Single Partition Mode, hold the [*] key down for 2 seconds. The system will automatically drop out of Single Partition Mode after
40 seconds without a keypad entry.
10.0 How to Program the Control Panel
10.1 Entering the Programmer’s Mode
To enter the Programmer’s Mode, enter the Programmer’s Code followed by [#] [0]. Shorting the program pads (see section 2.0 for
location) on the control panel will also activate Programmer’s Mode.
The default Programmer’s Code is [9] [8] [7] [6].
10.2 Reading back a Program Address
Once you are in the programmer’s mode, to read back the value of a Program Address, enter that Program Address followed by [#]. Each
data digit is displayed one data digit at a time. To view the second data digit, enter the # button again.
The display will look like this:
Prog. Mode 3.00
Adr.= 0000 D01= 2
This is the program address
This is the data digit number
This is the value of this
data digit
10.3 Entering a value in a Program Address
To enter a value in the Program Address, enter the Program Address, then enter the value for each Data Digit, then enter [#] to save it and
move on to the next Program Address. Entering data digit 1 will increment you to the next data digit.
The display will show the Program Address and will display the value of each Data Digit after you enter it. The data will be programmed
(saved) when you press the [#] key. The control panel will automatically increment to the next program address.
• If you wish to program that next address, enter the necessary information.
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• If you wish to read back the value of that address, press the [#] key.
• If you wish to program a different address, press the [*] key two times and enter the program address you wish to program.
If you make a mistake at any time, press the [*] key two times (before pressing the [#] key). This will clear the display, allowing you to enter
the program address you wish to work with.
10.4 HEX values
Some Data Digit values will be higher than 9. These values must be programmed by pressing the [*] key followed by some other number.
These values will display as HEX characters (A - F) when entered. Example: entering *0 at the keypad will display an A.
The HEX character values are as follows:
*0 = A *1 = B *2 = C *3 = D *4 = E
*5 = F
10.5 Defaults
The DS7400Xi is shipped from the factory as a working, pre-programmed control. Many of the programming addresses may already be set
to the values you need. The default values are shown in Reverse Print .
If the value you would like is in Reverse Print , you don’t need to re-program this address.
In the example below, a “0” is the default value:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6
Feature 1
Feature 2
Feature 3
If the default value is not shown in reverse print, it will be shown in a separate table.
10.6 Setting the Control to the Factory Default
CAUTION:
Only enter [0] [1] [#] in Program Address 4058 when you are completely sure you want to erase all installer programming. Entering [0] [1] [#] in Program Address 4058 will immediately reset the control to the factory default. Any
programming already done by the installer will be erased. This action cannot be reversed.
To set the control’s programming values back to the default, enter the programming mode, then enter [4][0][5][8][0] [1] [#].
10.7 Exiting the Programmer’s Mode
To exit the Programmer’s Mode, press the [*] key for a minimum of 2 seconds. If no keypad entries are made for 4 minutes, the control will
automatically exit you from the Programmer’s Mode.
11.0 Understanding the Programming Charts
The Programming Reference Guide makes use of three types of charts. Each is described below.
Enter the Data Digit as a:
Select Options
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Feature 1
Feature 2
Feature 3
Feature 4
Identifies the options/features
available for this address
Enter one of these numbers
for the appropriate data digit
The dots represent which
options/features are included
with each selection
Example:
To select Feature 2 only,
enter the data digit as a 1.
To select Feature 2 and
Feature 4,
enter the data digit as a 5.
If the chart looks like this, a combination of features is available to be programmed for that particular address.
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If the chart looks like this, only a single feature is available to be programmed for that particular address.
Select Option
Disabled
Perimeter Instant
24-Hour
Entry/Exit Delay #1
Entry/Exit Delay #2
Represents the option/feature
available for this address.
Example:
To select Disabled,
enter the data digit as a 0.
To select Entry/Exit Delay #2,
enter the data digit as a 4.
DD
0
1
2
3
4
Enter one of these numbers
for the appropriate data digit
Some pages may also include a Default chart that looks like this:
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Address
Default
1
2
3
0001
0002
0003
23
24
21
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12.0 Programming
12.1 General Control Programmong: Program Address (0000)
Example:
To program the system-wide General Operating parameters as: allowing Normal and Custom Arming, Operating at 60 Hz., and to Restore
when a Zone Restores.
General Control programming defines the
system-wide general operating parameters.
See Glossary (section 7.1) for further details.
Data Digit 1 = [2], Data Digit 2 = [1].
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [0] [0] [0]
Enter Data Digit 1: [2]
Enter Data Digit 2: [1]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different Address, or Exit the
Programmer’s Mode.
Data Digit
Select Options
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
1
2
Allow Normal and Custom Arming**
Allow Perimeter Instant Arming**
Allow Perimeter Arming**
Allow Maximum Security Arming**
Closing Ring-Back
Siren on Comm. Fail for Silent Zone
50 Hz. operation∆
60 Hz. operation
∆ = For installations in North America, select 60 Hz. operation.
*0 - *5 are Hex values. They will display as A - F at the keypads.
Select Options
Restore zone when Sounders Silence
Restore zone when Zone Restores
Restore zone when System is Disarmed
Allow Swinger Shunts
Enter DD as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5
** = • Normal Arming = PIN + [On]: If programmed, Normal Arming arms the entire system while allowing entry
delays for entry/exit zones.
• Perimeter Instant Arming = [PIN] + [No Entry] [Perimeter Only]: If programmed, Perimeter Instant Arming arms only the
perimeter of the system and does not allow entry delays for entry/exit zones.
• Perimeter Arming = [PIN] + [Perimeter Only]: If programmed, Perimeter Arming arms only the perimeter of the system
while allowing entry delays for entry/exit zones.
• Custom Arming = [PIN] + [#] [4]: If programmed, Custom Arming allows custom arming of the system and bypasses the
zone functions specified in data address 0183.
• Maximum Security Arming = [PIN] + [No Entry] [On]: If programmed, Maximum Security Arming arms the entire system
and does not allow entry delays for entry/exit zones.
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12.2 Zone Function Programming: Program Addresses (0001-0015)
A Zone Function is the description of how a zone will behave. Up to 15 different Zone Functions may be programmed.
Each zone must be assigned a zone function. Multiple zones can be programmed to follow the same zone function.
See section 6.3 and 7.2 for further details.
Example:
To program Zone Function 1 as: Steady Alarm Output, Alarm on Short,
Trouble on Open, Interior Instant.
Data Digit 1 = [6], Data Digit 2 = [7].
** = Only when disarmed.
When armed, this becomes
an Alarm on Open or Short
for non 24-hour zones.
Note: Multiplex contacts
(DS7450 and DS7452)
should not be programmed
for Trouble on Open.
Select Options
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [0] [0] [1]
Enter Data Digit 1: [6]
Enter Data Digit 2: [7]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different Address, or Exit the
Programmer’s Mode.
Data Digit
1
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6
2
7 *2 *3 *4 *5
Invisible Alarm
Silent Alarm
Steady Alarm Output
Select Option
DD
Pulsing Alarm Output
Alarm on Short
Alarm on Open
Trouble on Open**
Disabled
0
Perimeter Instant
1
24-Hour
2
Trouble on Short
Entry/Exit Delay #1
3
Entry/Exit Delay #2
4
Interior Entry/Exit Follower
5
Interior Home/Away
6
Interior Instant
7
Day Monitor
8
Keyswitch (See note below)
9
Fire Zone with verification
*0
Fire Zone w/out verification
*1
Waterflow
*2
Supervisory
*3
Entry/Exit Delay Cancel 1
*4
Entry/Exit Delay Cancel 2
*5
*2 - *5 are Hex values. They will display as C - F at the keypads.
Value Zone
(fill in) Funct. Address
Default
(Will be forced to different values when in
Commercial Fire Mode. See section 12.15.3)
1
0001
2 = Steady alarm output, alarm on short and open.
3 = Entry/exit delay 1.
2 = Steady alarm output, alarm on short and open.
4 = Entry/exit delay 2.
2 = Steady alarm output, alarm on short and open.
1 = Perimeter Instant.
2 = Steady alarm output, alarm on short and open.
5 = Interior entry/exit follower.
2 = Steady alarm output, alarm on short and open.
6 = Interior home/away.
2 = Steady alarm output, alarm on short and open.
7 = Interior Instant.
2 = Steady alarm output, alarm on short and open.
2 = 24-hour.
7 = Pulsing alarm output, alarm on short, trouble on open.
*0 = Fire zone with verification.
0=
0 = Disabled
2
0002
3
0003
4
0004
5
0005
6
0006
7
0007
8
0008
9
0009
10
0010
0=
0 = Disabled
11
0011
0=
0 = Disabled
12
0012
0=
0 = Disabled
13
0013
0=
0 = Disabled
14
0014
0=
0 = Disabled
15
0015
0=
0 = Disabled
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Note: If digit 2 = 9 (keyswitch), use
this chart for digit 1.
Select Option
DD
Single Partition-No Force Arm
0
Single Partition-Can Force Arm
1
All Partions-No Force Arm
2
All Partitions-Can Force Arm
3
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12.3 Zone Programming: Program Addresses (0018-0145)
In Zone Programming, each zone is defined according to:
• Input (single or multiple zone input, or a DS7465)
• Zone Function or Output function (1-15).
The DS7465’s relay is the only device that will follow the output functions;
its input loop will follow a zone function. All single and multiple zone inputs
will follow a zone function.
See section 6.2 and 7.3 for further details.
Example:
To program a Zone (Zone 1) as: a Single Zone Input (PIR) and follows
Zone Function 1.
Data Digit 1 = [0], Data Digit 2 = [1].
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [0] [1] [8]
Enter Data Digit 1: [0]
Enter Data Digit 2: [1]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different Address, or Exit the
Programmer’s Mode.
Data Digit
1
Select Option
2
DD
Single Zone Input
(zones 1-8 on the control, multiplex contacts,
sensors, or a DS7457)
Multiple Zone Input
(any zone that is on a DS7432, DS7433, or DS7460)
DS7465 Connections
(the input zone or the output relay on a DS7465)
Zone Number
Address
Default
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9-128
0018
0019
0020
0021
0022
0023
0024
0025
0026-0145
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
00
Hint: Address = Zone Number + 17
0
1
2
Select Option
DD
Disabled
0
Follow Zone (or Output) Function 1
1
Follow Zone (or Output) Function 2
2
Follow Zone (or Output) Function 3
Follow Zone (or Output) Function 4
3
4
Follow Zone (or Output) Function 5
5
Follow Zone (or Output) Function 6
6
Follow Zone (or Output) Function 7
Follow Zone (or Output) Function 8
7
8
Follow Zone (or Output) Function 9
9
Follow Zone (or Output) Function 10
*0
Follow Zone (or Output) Function 11
*1
Follow Zone (or Output) Function 12
*2
Follow Zone (or Output) Function 13
*3
Follow Zone (or Output) Function 14
*4
Follow Zone (or Output) Function 15
*5
To program Output Functions, see section 12.33.
*0 - *5 are Hex values.
They will display as A - F at the keypads.
12.4 Zone Partition Assignment: Program Addresses (1248-1311)
In Zone Partition Assignment, each zone is assigned to a partition. By default, all zones are assigned to partition 1.
The partition assignment for odd numbered zones is programmed
in the first data digit of these addresses. The partition assignment for even numbered zones is programmed in the second
data digit of these addresses.
For example, to assign zone 1 to partition 1 and zone 2 to partition 2, program address 1248 as 01.
Partition Assignment Address
For Zones 1 and 2
1248
For Zones 3 and 4
1249
For Zones 5 and 6
1250
For Zones 7 and 8
1251
Zones 9 through 128
1252-1311
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1
2
Select Option
DD
Belongs to Partition 1
0
Belongs to Partition 2
1
Belongs to Partition 3
2
Select Option
DD
Belongs to Partition 4
3
Belongs to Partition 1
0
Belongs to Partition 5
4
Belongs to Partition 2
1
Belongs to Partition 6
5
Belongs to Partition 3
2
Belongs to Partition 7
6
Belongs to Partition 4
3
Belongs to Partition 8
7
Belongs to Partition 5
4
Belongs to Partition 6
5
Belongs to Partition 7
6
Belongs to Partition 8
7
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12.5 Zone Bypass Programming: Program Addresses (0016-0017)
Example:
To program zone functions 1 - 7 so they can not be
bypassed and zone function 8 so it can be bypassed.
Zone Bypass programming determines which zone functions can be bypassed. Zone functions that can not be bypassed can not be force armed
either. Fire zones can never be manually bypassed, but can be force armed.
The Default of [0] or [8] means those zones can be bypassed.
Data Digit 1 = [*] [5], Data Digit 2 = [7].
PA 0016
Data Digit
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [0] [1] [6]
Enter Data Digit 1: [*] [5]
Enter Data Digit 2: [7]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different
Address, or Exit the Programmer’s Mode.
1
2
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
Select Options
Zone Function 1 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 2 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 3 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 4 Can Be Bypassed
*0 - *5 are Hex values. They will display as A - F at the keypads.
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
Select Options
Zone Function 5 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 6 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 7 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 8 Can Be Bypassed
*0 - *5 are Hex values. They will display as A - F at the keypads.
PA 0017
Data Digit
1
2
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
Select Options
Zone Function 9 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 10 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 11 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 12 Can Be Bypassed
*0 - *5 are Hex values. They will display as A - F at the keypads.
Select Options
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
Zone Function 13 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 14 Can Be Bypassed
Zone Function 15 Can Be Bypassed
*0 - *5 are Hex values. They will display as A - F at the keypads.
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12.6 Output Programming: Program Addresses (0146-0148)
Output programming defines the event, partition, and type of alarm (burg
or fire) that will trigger each of the three physical outputs on the control
panel.
Example:
To program the Programmable Output 1 as: following a Burglar Zone
Alarm that is in Partition 1.
PA 0147: Data Digit 1 = [6], Data Digit 2 = [1].
PA 0149: Data Digit 1 = [8], Data Digit 2 = [0].
See section 3.0 for the location of the physical outputs on the control
panel.
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [1] [4] [7]
Enter Data Digit 1: [6]Enter Data Digit 2: [1]Enter the pound key: [#]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [1] [4] [9]
Enter Data Digit 1: [8]Enter Data Digit 2: [0]Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different Address, or Exit the
Programmer’s Mode.
See Glossary (section 7.4) for further details.
Data Digit
1
2
Select Option
DD
Latch on ANY Zone Alarm**
0
ON during Entry Pre-Alert
1
ON for 10 sec. after pressing [System Reset] 2
ON when system is Armed
3
Ground Start
4
System Status (ready to arm)
5
Zone Alarm
6
Zone Alarm delayed by 20 sec.
7
Keypad Sounder Output
8
Access Output (10 sec. pulse)
9
Programmable Output 1 will
be ON for 10 seconds after
pressing [System Reset].
Programmable Output 2 will
be OFF for 10 seconds after
pressing [System Reset].
Panic Duress Output***
Options
Disabled
Burglar Alarm
Fire Alarm
Burg and Fire Alarm
DD
0
1
2
3
*1
** = This includes invisible zones. See glossary for further details.
*** = See section 7.4 for description of this option.
Output
Address
Default
Alarm
Programmable Output 1
Programmable Output 2
0146
0147
0148
63
33
23
12.7 Output Partition Assignment: Program Addresses (0149-0150)
PA 0149
Data Digit
In Output Partition Assignment, each On-board output is assigned to
a partition. By default, outputs are assigned to all partitions.
1
Output
Alarm
Programmable Output 1
Programmable Output 2
Select Option
DD
Address
Default
Belongs to Partition 1
0
0149-DD1
0149-DD2
0150-DD1
8
8
8
Belongs to Partition 2
1
Belongs to Partition 3
2
Belongs to Partition 4
3
Belongs to Partition 5
4
Belongs to Partition 6
5
Belongs to Partition 7
6
Belongs to Partition 8
7
Follows all Partitions
8
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Data Digit
1
2
0
Must Be 0
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12.8 Partition Control Programming: Program Address (0165)
Example:
To program the Partition Control as: the System will use 3 Partitions,
and Partition 1 is common to Partitions 2 and 3.
Partition Control programming defines the number of partitions in use
and the common area (common area can only be partition 1).
Data Digit 1 = [2], Data Digit 2 = [1].
See Glossary (section 7.5) for further details.
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [1] [6] [5]
Enter Data Digit 1: [2]
Enter Data Digit 2: [1]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different Address, or Exit the
Programmer’s Mode.
Select Option
Data Digit
1
2
DD
Use 1 Partition
0
Use 2 Partitions
1
Use 3 Partitions
2
No Common Area
Use 4 Partitions
3
Partition 1 Common to Partition 2 and 3 1
Use 5 Partitions
4
Use 6 Partitions
5
Use 7 Partitions
6
Use 8 Partitions
7
Select Option
DD
0
Partition 1 Common to Partition 2 - 4
2
Partition 1 Common to Partition 2 - 5
3
4
Partition 1 Common to Partition 2 - 6
Partition 1 Common to Partition 2 - 7
Partition 1 Common to Partition 2 - 8
5
6
12.9 Quick Arm Control Programming: Program Address (0169)
Example:
To program so that Partitions 1 and 2 can be quick armed, while Partitions 3 through 8 can not be quick armed.
Quick Arm Control programming defines which partitions can be
quick armed (armed without requiring a PIN to be entered).
Data Digit 1 = [3], Data Digit 2 = [0].
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [1] [6] [9]
Enter Data Digit 1: [3]
Enter Data Digit 2: [0]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different Address, or Exit the
Programmer’s Mode.
Select Options
Data Digit
1
2
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
Partition 1 Quick Arm Enabled
Partition 2 Quick Arm Enabled
Partition 3 Quick Arm Enabled
Partition 4 Quick Arm Enabled
Select Options
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
Partition 5 Quick Arm Enabled
Partition 6 Quick Arm Enabled
Partition 7 Quick Arm Enabled
Partition 8 Quick Arm Enabled
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12.10 Keypad Assignment Programming: Program Addresses (0173-0180)
Example:
To program Keypad 1 as an Alpha Keypad that is assigned to Partition 1.
Keypad Assignment Programming is where you assign the keypad type
and the partition it belongs to.
PA 0173: Data Digit 1 = [1], Data Digit 2 = [0].
PA 0208: Data Digit 1 = [2], Data Digit 2 = [0].
See Glossary (section 7.6) for further details.
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [1] [7] [3] (Data Digit 1)
Enter Data Digit 1: [1]Enter Data Digit 2: [0]Enter the pound key: [#]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [2] [0] [8]
Enter Data Digit 1: [0]Enter Data Digit 2: [0]Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different Address, or Exit the
Programmer’s Mode.
Program Address 0173
Data Digit 1
Note:
Defaults:
Program Address 0174
Data Digit 2
Data Digit 1
Each keypad must have its own Bus address. This must also be
selected on the keypad via its address pins. See In Guide P/N
25902. One keypad must be selected as keypad 1.
The default, if using only one keypad, is an Alpha keypad
belonging to partition one.
Program Address 0175
Data Digit 2
Data Digit 1
Data Digit 2
Program Address 0176
Data Digit 1
Data Digit 2
Keypad 1*
Keypad 2
Keypad 3
Keypad 4
Keypad 5
Keypad 6
Keypad 7
Keypad 8
default = 1
default = 0
default = 0
default = 0
default = 0
default = 0
default = 0
default = 0
Program Address 0177
Data Digit 1
Program Address 0178
Data Digit 2
Data Digit 1
Keypad 9
Keypad 10
*
Keypad 11**
default = 0
default = 0
default = 0
Program Address 0179
Data Digit 2
Data Digit 1
Data Digit 2
Program Address 0180
Data Digit 1
*
Keypad 12**
*
Keypad 13**
*
Keypad 14**
*
Keypad 15**
default = 0
default = 0
default = 0
default = 0
* = When in Commercial Fire Mode, certain keypads must have specific assignments (see section 8.10).
** = Keypads 11-15 are connected to the Option Bus. If the DS7412 is connected to the Option Bus (at
keypad address 13 or 14), keypad 13 or 14 is unavailable. Similarly, if the DS7420i is connected to the
Option Bus at keypad address 15, keypad 15 is unavailable; and if the DS7488 is connected to the Option
Bus at keypad address 11-15, the corresponding keypad(s) is(are) unavailable.
*** = If only using one partition, do not
program keypads as Master Keypads.
Only program for a Master Keypad if you
need to view multiple partitions from a single keypad.
Select Options
Disabled
Alpha (LCD) Keypad
Data Digit 2
0
Must Be 0
Data Digit
1
2
0 1 2 3
LED Keypad
Master Keypad***
12.11 Keypad Partition Assignment: Program Addresses (0208-0215)
Program Address 0208
Data Digit 1
Keypad 1
Data Digit 2
Keypad 2
Program Address 0211
Data Digit 1
Keypad 7
Data Digit 2
Keypad 8
Program Address 0209
Data Digit 1
Keypad 3
Keypad 4
Program Address 0212
Data Digit 1
Keypad 9
Program Address 0214
Data Digit 1
Data Digit 2
Data Digit 2
Data Digit 2
Keypad 10
Program Address 0210
Data Digit 1
Keypad 5
Data Digit 2
Keypad 6
Program Address 0213
Data Digit 1
Keypad 11
Data Digit 2
Keypad 12
Program Address 0215
Data Digit 1
Data Digit 2
Select Option
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Belongs to Partition 1
0
Belongs to Partition 2
1
Belongs to Partition 3
2
Belongs to Partition 4
3
Belongs to Partition 5
4
Belongs to Partition 6
5
Belongs to Partition 7
6
Belongs to Partition 8
7
0
Keypad 13
Keypad 14
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12.12 Emergency Key Programming: Program Addresses (0181-0182)
Emergency Key and Panic Key programming disables or activates these
keys (the A, B, and C keys) located on the keypads.
It also determines a silent, pulsed, or steady alarm.
Example:
To program the Fire Key and the Special Emergency Key as both
having a Steady Alarm.
Data Digit 1 = [2], Data Digit 2 = [2].
See Glossary (section 7.7) for further details.
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [1] [8] [1]
Enter Data Digit 1: [2]
Enter Data Digit 2: [2]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different Address, or Exit the
Programmer’s Mode.
PA 0181
Data Digit
Select Option
Fire Key
A
1
DD
Fire Key Disabled
0
Fire Key = Disabled
1
Fire Key = Steady Alarm
2
Fire Key = Pulsed Alarm
3
May be forced to a different value when in
Commercial Fire Mode. See section 12.15.3.
Emergency Key
B
Select Option
2
DD
Special Emergency Key Disabled
Special Emergency Key = Silent Alarm
0
1
Special Emergency Key = Steady Alarm 2
Special Emergency Key = Pulsed Alarm 3
PA 0182
Data Digit
Panic Key
1
C
Select Option
0
DD
Panic Key Disabled
2
Armed
Status
Power
Fire
0
Panic Key = Silent Alarm
Panic Key = Steady Alarm
1
2
Panic Key = Pulsed Alarm
3
®
On
1
2
3
Off
4
5
6
Perimeter
Only
7
8
9
No
Entry
*
0
#
Bypass
System
Reset
Data Digit 2
must be 0
0
A B C
May be forced to a different value when in Commercial Fire Mode. See section 12.15.3.
12.13 Custom Arming Programming: Program Addresses (0183-0184)
PA 0183
Data Digit
1
Example:
To program the [4] to Bypass Zone Function 1 only.
2
Data Digit 1 = [1], Data Digit 2 = [0].
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [1] [8] [3]
Enter Data Digit 1: [1]
Enter Data Digit 2: [0]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different
Address, or Exit the Programmer’s Mode.
Select Options
Bypass Zone Function 1
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
Bypass Zone Function 2
Bypass Zone Function 3
Bypass Zone Function 4
*0 - *5 are Hex values. They will display as A - F at the keypads.
Select Options
Bypass Zone Function 5
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
Bypass Zone Function 6
Bypass Zone Function 7
Bypass Zone Function 8
*0 - *5 are Hex values. They will display as A - F at the keypads.
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PA 0184
Data Digit
12.13 Custom Arming Programming: Program Addresses (0183-0184) (Continued)
1
Select Options
Bypass Zone Function 9
Bypass Zone Function 10
Bypass Zone Function 11
Bypass Zone Function 12
2
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
*0 - *5 are Hex values. They will display as A - F at the keypads.
Select Options
Bypass Zone Function 13
Bypass Zone Function 14
Bypass Zone Function 15
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
12.14 Force Arming and Ground Fault Detect Programming: Program Address (0185)
Data Digit 1 = [5], Data Digit 2 = [0].
Force Arming programming defines how many zones may be Force Armed using an Arming sequence followed by the [Bypass] key. With this entry, all violated zones (up the programmed limit) will automatically be Force Armed (bypassed). Ground Fault Detect programming determines whether or not the control will detect a ground fault condition.
Enter the Programmer’s Mode:
[9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
See Glossary (section 7.9) for further details.
Example:
To be able to Force Arm up to 5 Zones and
have Ground Fault Off.
Enter the Program Address: [0] [1] [8] [5]
Enter Data Digit 1: [5]
Enter Data Digit 2: [0]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different
Address, or Exit the Programmer’s Mode.
Select Option
Do not allow Force Arming
Allow up to 1 zone to be Force Armed
Allow up to 2 zones to be Force Armed
Allow up to 3 zones to be Force Armed
Allow up to 4 zones to be Force Armed
Allow up to 5 zones to be Force Armed
Allow up to 6 zones to be Force Armed
Allow up to 7 zones to be Force Armed
Allow up to 8 zones to be Force Armed
Allow up to 9 zones to be Force Armed
DD
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Data Digit
1
2
Select Option
DD
Ground Fault Detect Off 0
Ground Fault Detect On
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12.15 Commercial Fire Mode Programming: Program Address (0186)
Example:
To program the Commercial Fire Mode parameters as: Central Station
Commercial Fire Mode enabled, with a 10 second delay on Waterflow
Zones, having the Bell and Aux. activate on Fire Alarms, and using
California March Time.
This section describes how to define the parameters for
the Commercial Fire Mode.
Data Digit 1 = [8], Data Digit 2 = [1].
See Glossary (section 7.10) for further details.
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [1] [8] [6]
Enter Data Digit 1: [8]
Enter Data Digit 2: [1]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different Address, or Exit the
Programmer’s Mode.
Select Options
Commercial Fire Mode disabled
Local Comm. Fire Mode enabled
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2
Data Digit
2
1
Central Station Comm. Fire Mode enabled
10 sec. delay on waterflow zone
20 sec. delay on waterflow zone
30 sec. delay on waterflow zone
40 sec. delay on waterflow zone
50 sec. delay on waterflow zone
*0 - *2 are Hex values. They will display as A - C at the keypads.
Zones 1-4 may only have waterflow delays.
Enter the DD as a:
Select Options
0 1 2 3 4 5
Bell and Aux. activate on Fire
Bell and Aux. activate on Burg
Pulsing Fire Alarms are 1 sec. On / 1 sec. Off
Pulsing Fire Alarms use California March Time
Pulsing Fire Alarms use Temporal Cadence
When programming Fire zones, it is recommended that they be zone functions 12 and 13 (see sections 12.2 and 12.15.3).
12.15.1 When Central Station Commercial Fire Mode is chosen, address 1520 (DS7420i: Dual Phone Line/Bell Supervision Module
Output Programming),will be forced to a value of 5.
12.15.2 When Local Commercial Fire Mode is chosen,address 1520 (DS7420i: Dual Phone Line/Bell Supervision Module Output
Programming),will be forced to a value of 3, 4, or 5. (Turns the Bell Monitor feature ON and the Alarm Output on Line Fault feature OFF)
12.15.3 Regardless of which Commercial Fire Mode is chosen, the following parameters will be forced when exiting local programmer’s
mode:
• Zone Function 12, address 0012, will be a 7 *0.
• Zone Function 13, address 0013, will be a 7 *1.
• Zone Function 14, address 0014, will be a 7 *2.
• Zone Function 15, address 0015, will be a 7 *3.
• Zone Bypass address 0017 will not allow zone functions 12 - 15 to be bypassed.
• Emergency Key, address 0181, data digit 1, will become a 3 if programmed previously as a 2. Data digit 2 will become a 2 if programmed
previously as a 3.
• Panic Key, address 0182, data digit 1, will become a 2 if programmed previously as a 3.
• Fire Bell Cutoff: If less than 5, set to 5, otherwise untouched.
12.15.4 In Central Station Commercial Fire Mode, the following communication parameters will be forced:
Report Codes: If 0, the following defaults will be set, otherwise they will be unchanged.
Address
Default
Address
Default
Address
Default
Address
Default
Address
Default
0256
0257
0269
0270
0271
*0 1
71
*0 3
*0 4
*0 5
0272
0286
0287
0288
0289
*0 6
73
74
75
76
0325
0301
0302
0303
0304
69
63
64
65
66
0326
0327
0328
0329
0330
79
6 *0
7 *0
83
7 *5
0331
0334
0335
0336
6 *5
39
3 *0
39
• Phone Control: If 0, set to 6 1, 4/2 @ 18/23, 10pps, otherwise untouched.
• Test Report: Set to 8, call out every day.
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12.16 Open/Close Report Control Programming: Program Address (0187)
Example:
To program to send Open/Close Reports from Partition 1 and to send
Trouble Reports on Closings for all Bypassed Zones.
See Glossary (section 7.12) for further details.
Data Digit 1 = [1], Data Digit 2 = [1].
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [1] [8] [7]
Enter Data Digit 1: [1]
Enter Data Digit 2: [1]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different Address, or Exit the
Programmer’s Mode.
Data Digit
1
Enter the Data Digit as a:
Select Options
0 1 2 3
2
4 5 6 7 8 9
Do not report opens or closes
Report opens and closes in Partition 1
Report opens and closes in Partition 2
Report opens and closes in Partition 3
Report opens and closes in Partition 4
Report opens and closes in Partition 5
Do Not Send Trouble
at Close for Bypassed
Zones
0
Send Trouble at Close
for Bypassed Zones
1
Report opens and closes in Partition 6
Report opens and closes in Partition 7
Report opens and closes in Partition 8
Report first Partition to open and last
Partition to close**
** = When using this option, all partitions should have the same account code.
12.17 Open/Close & Zone Report Control Programming: Program Address (0189)
This section allows you to decide which phone number will send open and close reports, zone alarm, zone restoral, and zone trouble
reports.
Data Digit
Example:
To program to send Open and Close Reports
to Phone Number 1 and Zone Alarm, Zone
Restoral, and Zone Trouble Reports to Phone
Number 2.
Data Digit 1 = [1], Data Digit 2 = [2].
Enter the Programmer’s Mode:
[9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [1] [8] [9]
Enter Data Digit 1: [1]
Enter Data Digit 2: [2]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different Address, or Exit the Programmer’s Mode.
Select Option
DD
Alternate between both Phone Numbers
Report to Phone Number 2
0
1
2
Report to Phone Number 1 and 2
3
Report to Phone Number 1
1
2
Data Digit 1 is
for Open and
Close Reports.
Select Option
DD
Alternate between both Phone Numbers
0
Report to Phone Number 1
Report to Phone Number 2
1
2
Report to Phone Number 1 and 2
3
Data Digit 2
is for Zone Alarm,
Zone Restoral,
and Zone Trouble
Reports.
12.18 Report Control Programming: Program Address (0190)
This section allows you to decide which phone number will send reports other than open/close reports and zone reports.
Example:
To program all other Reports to Phone Number 2.
Data Digit
Select Option
DD
Alternate between both Phone Numbers
0
1
2
3
1
Data Digit 1 = [2], Data Digit 2 = [0].
Enter the Programmer’s Mode:
[9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [1] [9] [0]
Enter Data Digit 1: [2]
Enter Data Digit 2: [0]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different Address, or Exit the Programmer’s Mode.
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Report to Phone Number 2
Report to Phone Number 1 and 2
Note: Data Digit
1 does not
include open and
close reports or
zone reports (see
sections 12.16
and 12.17).
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12.19 Timer Programming: Program Addresses (0191-0196)
Example:
To program the Entry Delay Time 1 for 60 seconds.
Entry and Exit Delay Timers are in
5 second intervals (the maximum
delay time is 255 seconds).
Data Digit 1 = [1], Data Digit 2 = [2].
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [1] [9] [1]
Enter Data Digit 1: [1]
Enter Data Digit 2: [2]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different
Address, or Exit the Programmer’s Mode.
For example:
5 sec. = 01
15 sec. = 03
20 sec. = 04
30 sec. = 06
45 sec. = 09
60 sec. = 12
255 sec. = 51
Data Digit
1
2
Exit Delay Time
Address 0193
0 to 51 (0 to 255 sec.*) Default = 12 (60 sec.)
*5 second intervals
Data Digit
1
2
Data Digit
1
2
May be forced to a different value when in
Commercial Fire Mode. See section 14.13.3.
Entry Delay Time 1
Fire Bell Cutoff
Address 0191
Address 0195
0 to 51 (0 to 255 sec.*) Default = 09 (45 sec.)
*5 second intervals
0 to 99 minutes*
Default = 04 minutes
*1 minute intervals
Data Digit
1
2
Data Digit
1
2
Entry Delay Time 2
Burglary Bell Cutoff
Address 0192
Address 0196
0 to 51 (0 to 255 sec.*) Default = 09 (45 sec.)
0 to 99 minutes*
Default = 04 minutes
*1 minute intervals
*5 second intervals
12.20 A/C Fail Report Delay Programming: Program Address (0197)
Example:
To program the A/C Fail Report Delay Time to be
30 minutes.
Data Digit 1 = [1], Data Digit 2 = [*] [4].
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [1] [9] [7]
Enter Data Digit 1: [1]
Enter Data Digit 2: [*] [4]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different
Address, or Exit the Programmer’s Mode.
Data Digit
1
2
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through F at the keypads.)
See System Overview (section 6.1.1) for
further details.
A/C Fail Report Delay
Address 0197
00 through FF
The A/C Fail Delay Times are programmed as
Hexadecimal values.
For example:
00 = Send only with next report
1 *4 = 30 minute delay
3 *2 = 60 minute delay
78 = 120 minute delay
*5 0 = 240 minute delay
*5 *5 = Random delay (at least 15 minutes, but
less than 120 minutes)
Default = 00
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21.21 General Code “Arm Only” Programming: Program Address (0198-0201)
This allows for a user with a General Authority level to Arm and Bypass zones he is not able to Disarm.
Example:
To program a General Authority level to be able to Arm
and Bypass zones he is not able to Disarm in Partition 1.
See System Overview (section 6.1.3) for further details.
Data Digit 1 = [1], Data Digit 2 = [0].
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [1] [9] [8] (Data Digit 1)
Enter Data Digit 1: [1]
Enter Data Digit 2: [0]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different
Address, or Exit the Programmer’s Mode.
Program Address 0198
Select Option
DD
General Code can Arm, Disarm, and Bypass
0
General Code can Arm and Bypass
1
General Code can Arm and Disarm
2
General Code can Arm
3
Program Address 0200
Data Digit 1
Data Digit 2
Data Digit 1
Data Digit 2
Partition 1
Partition 2
Partition 5
Partition 6
Program Address 0199
Program Address 0201
Data Digit 1
Data Digit 2
Data Digit 1
Data Digit 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 7
Partition 8
12.22 Arming Warning Programming: Program Addresses (0202-0205)
Arming Warning programming defines whether the keypad will be audible
during the exit delay period. If programmed, the keypad sounder will activate once every 5 seconds during the exit delay. At 10 seconds and 5 seconds remaining, the keypad sounder will activate 3 times.
Example:
To program the keypads in Partition 1 to be audible during exit delay
and the keypads in Partition 2 not to be audible during exit delay.
Data Digit 1 = [4], Data Digit 2 = [0].
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [2] [0] [2]
Enter Data Digit 1: [4]
Enter Data Digit 2: [0]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different Address, or Exit the
Programmer’s Mode.
PA 0204
Data Digit
PA 0202
Data Digit
1
DD
Partition 1
No Keypad Sounder during Exit Delay
Keypad Sounder during Exit Delay
1
2
Partition 5
DD
No Keypad Sounder during Exit Delay 0
Keypad Sounder during Exit Delay
4
0
4
Partition 6
DD
No Keypad Sounder during Exit Delay 0
Keypad Sounder during Exit Delay
4
Partition 2
DD
No Keypad Sounder during Exit Delay 0
Keypad Sounder during Exit Delay
4
PA 0205
Data Digit
PA 0203
Data Digit
1
DD
Partition 3
No Keypad Sounder during Exit Delay
Keypad Sounder during Exit Delay
Partition 4
0
4
DD
No Keypad Sounder during Exit Delay 0
Keypad Sounder during Exit Delay
4
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Partition 7
No Keypad Sounder during Exit Delay
Keypad Sounder during Exit Delay
DD
0
4
Partition 8
DD
No Keypad Sounder during Exit Delay
0
4
Keypad Sounder during Exit Delay
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12.23 DS7412 RS232 Interface Control Programming: Program Address (0206)
DS7412 RS232 Interface Control Programming allows you to enable or
disable the DS7412 and to select which history events are sent to the
printer as they occur. Selecting “No Events” will cause the history to be
printed only on command.
To print the History Buffer starting from the most recent event, enter the
Master Code followed by [#] [0] [8]. To stop printing, enter Master Code
[#] [0] [8] again.
Example:
To program to enable the DS7412 and send Open/Close Reports to the
printer.
Data Digit 1 = [1], Data Digit 2 = [2].
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [2] [0] [6]
Enter Data Digit 1: [1]
Enter Data Digit 2: [2]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different Address, or Exit the
Programmer’s Mode.
Data Digit
Select Option
Note:
If using the WDSRP Direct
Connection option for programming, Address 0206
must be set for 1 0. Address
0207 must be set for 2 5.
DS7412 Disabled
1
2
0
1
DS7412 Enabled
Select Options
DD
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
No Events
Alarms, Troubles, and Restorals
Opens and Closes
All Other Events
12.24 DS7412 RS232 Interface Configuration Programming: Program Address (0207)
Example:
To program a 1200 Baud printer for No Parity, Software Flow Control, 2 Stop Bits and 8 Data Bits.
Data Digit 1 = [1], Data Digit 2 = [2].
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [2] [0] [7]
Enter Data Digit 1: [1]
Enter Data Digit 2: [2]
Enter the pound key: [#]
300 Baud
1200 Baud
2400 Baud
4800 Baud
9600 Baud
14400 Baud
Consult the operating guide provided with your printer to be sure that
its configuration matches the one programmed here.
Note:
Program the next Address, Program a different Address, or Exit the Programmer’s Mode.
Select Option
DS7412 RS232 Interface Configuration Programming allows you to
configure the DS7412 for your printer. Most printers will operate using the default values for the DS7412. Some printers may operate
more efficiently using optional program values.
If using the WDSRP Direct Connection option for programming, Address 0206 must be set for 1 0. Address 0207 must
be set for 2 5.
DD
0
1
2
3
4
5
Select Options
Data Digit
1
2
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
No Parity
ODD Parity
EVEN Parity
Software Flow Control
Hardware Flow Control
1 Stop Bit
2 Stop Bits
8 Data Bits
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12.25 Report Programming: Program Addresses (0256-0304 and 0320-0340)
• To send the User number along with open, close, or partial close reports: place an ‘F’ (*5) in the extended digit.
• To disable a report (meaning: nothing will be sent): place a ‘0’ in the reporting digit.
• When using SIA or Contact ID format, place a ‘1’ in the reporting digit of each report you wish to enable. It is not necessary to program
the extended digit.
• For suggested values for 4/2 and BFSK format, see section 16.1-16.3. For SIA and Contact ID, the values sent are listed in section 15.2.
For other formats, consult your central station.
• HEX values: Some Data Digit values are higher than 9. These values are programmed by pressing the [*] key followed by another
number. These values will display as HEX characters when entered. The HEX character values are as follows:
*0 = A *1 = B *2 = C *3 = D *4 = E *5 = F
See Glossary (section 6.12) for further details.
Default
Report
Address
Default
Reporting Extended
Digit 1
Digit 2
Report
Address
Keypad Fire Alarm
0256 00
Zone Funct. 6 Restoral
0280 00
Keypad Fire Restoral
0257 00
Zone Funct. 7 Restoral
0281 00
Zone Funct. 1 Alarm
0258 10
Zone Funct. 8 Restoral
0282 00
Zone Funct. 2 Alarm
0259 20
Zone Funct. 9 Restoral
0283 00
Zone Funct. 3 Alarm
0260 30
Zone Funct. 10 Restoral 0284 00
Zone Funct. 4 Alarm
0261 40
Zone Funct. 11 Restoral 0285 00
Zone Funct. 5 Alarm
0262 50
Zone Funct. 12 Restoral 0286 00
Zone Funct. 6 Alarm
0263 60
Zone Funct. 13 Restoral 0287 00
Zone Funct. 7 Alarm
0264 70
Zone Funct. 14 Restoral 0288 00
Zone Funct. 8 Alarm
0265 80
Zone Funct. 15 Restoral 0289 00
Zone Funct. 9 Alarm
0266 00
Zone Funct. 1 Trouble
0290 00
Zone Funct 10 Alarm
0267 00
Zone Funct. 2 Trouble
0291 00
Zone Funct. 11 Alarm
0268 00
Zone Funct. 3 Trouble
0292 00
Zone Funct. 12 Alarm
0269 00
Zone Funct. 4 Trouble
0293 00
Zone Funct. 13 Alarm
0270 00
Zone Funct. 5 Trouble
0294 00
Zone Funct. 14 Alarm
0271 00
Zone Funct. 6 Trouble
0295 00
Zone Funct. 15 Alarm
0272 00
Zone Funct. 7 Trouble
0296 00
Keypad Emergency
0273 00
Zone Funct. 8 Trouble
0297 00
Keypad Panic
0274 00
Zone Funct. 9 Trouble
0298 00
Zone Funct. 1 Restoral
0275 00
Zone Funct. 10 Trouble 0299 00
Zone Funct. 2 Restoral
0276 00
Zone Funct. 11 Trouble 0300 00
Zone Funct. 3 Restoral
0277 00
Zone Funct. 12 Trouble 0301 00
Zone Funct. 4 Restoral
0278 00
Zone Funct. 13 Trouble 0302 00
Zone Funct. 5 Restoral
0279 00
Zone Funct. 14 Trouble 0303 00
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Report Programming (Continued)
Default
Report
Address
Default
Reporting Extended
Digit 1
Digit 2
Report
Address
Zone Funct. 15 Trouble 0304 00
Remote Program Successful
0330 00
Open
0320 00
Remote Prog. Unsuccessful
0331 00
Close
0321 00
Local Program Successful
0332 00
Duress
0322 00
Local Program Unsuccessful
0333 00
Partial Close
0322 00
System Trouble
0334 00
First Open After Alarm
0324 00
System Trouble Restoral 0335 00
Low Battery
0325 00
Comm. Test/System off Norm.
0336 00
Battery Restoral
0326 00
Exit Error
0337 00
AC Failure
0327 00
Recent Closing
0338 00
AC Restoral
0328 00
System Test
0339 00
Comm. Test/System Normal
0329 00
System Test Restoral
0340 00
Reporting Extended
Digit 1
Digit 2
12.26 Phone/ARDIS Routing Control: Program Addresses (0494-0495)
If address 0528 is programmed to “Try ARDIS network first”, the following addresses can be used to control report routing. If address
0528 is set to “Send alarms via both ARDIS and digital”, this will force alarms to go to the phone even if the Phone/ARDIS report routing
for alarms does not specify phone usage.
Phone/ARDIS report routing (0494).
First digit: Open and Close Reports.
Select Options
Use Phone
Use ARDIS
Use Either
Use Both
Try Phone First
Data Digit
1
Enter the DD as a:
1 2 3 7 *1 *5
Enter the DD as a:
Second digit: Zone Alarm, Zone Restoral,
and Zone Trouble Reports.
Select Options
Use Phone
Use ARDIS
Use Either
Use Both
Try Phone First
1 2 3 7 *1 *5
Data Digit
Phone/ARDIS report routing and Phone First count (0495)
First Digit: System Reports.
Select Options
Use Phone
Use ARDIS
Use Either
Use Both
Try Phone First
2
1
Enter the DD as a:
2
1 2 3 7 *1 *5
Select Option DD Select Option DD Select Option DD Select Option DD
0 Attempts
1 Attempt
2 Attempts
3 Attempts
0
1
2
3
4 Attempts
5 Attempts
6 Attempts
7 Attempts
4
5
6
7
8 Attempts
9 Attempts
10 Attempts
11 Attempts
8
9
*0
*1
12 Attempts
13 Attempts
14 Attempts
15 Attempts
*2
*3
*4
*5
Second digit: Phone First count. Number of attempts before trying ARDIS:
This value is used to control the number of attempts made on the phone line before switching to the ARDIS network. This value
is only referenced if the “Use Phone”, “Use ARDIS”, and “Try Phone First” options are all selected. If the value is less than or
equal to 2, or more than 5, two attempts will be made on the phone before trying ARDIS if the Phone First option is selected.
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12.27 Account Code Programming: Program Addresses (0496-0526)
Example:
To program Partition 1 Phone #1 Account Code to be 2332.
Data Digit 1 = [2], Data Digit 2 = [3], Data Digit 3 = [3], Data Digit 4 = [2].
Account Code programming defines the number transmitted to
the central station that identifies this panel. It also identifies
which partition is reporting from this panel.
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [4] [9] [6]
Enter Data Digit 1: [2]
Enter Data Digit 2: [3]
Enter Data Digit 1: [3]
Enter Data Digit 2: [2]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different Address, or Exit the Programmer’s Mode.
Data Digits
1
Partition 1
2
3
4
Phone #1 Account Code = Address 0496
Phone #2 Account Code = Address 0498
Phone #1 Account Code = Address 0500
Partition 2
Partition 3
Partition 4
Partition 5
Phone #2 Account Code = Address 0502
Phone #1 Account Code = Address 0504
Phone #2 Account Code = Address 0506
Phone #1 Account Code = Address 0508
Phone #2 Account Code = Address 0510
Phone #1 Account Code = Address 0512
Phone #2 Account Code = Address 0514
Phone #1 Account Code = Address 0516
Partition 6
Partition 7
Partition 8
Phone #2 Account Code = Address 0518
Phone #1 Account Code = Address 0520
Phone #2 Account Code = Address 0522
Phone #1 Account Code = Address 0524
Phone #2 Account Code = Address 0526
The Default for all
Account Codes = 0000
Notes:
1. Account Codes are programmed from left to right. If programming a 3 digit Account Code, the fourth digit of the address must be “0.”
For example: If the Account Code is 121, program 1210 in the programming address.
2. If you wish to send a zero “0,” enter it as *0 (this does not apply to the added zero in a three digit Account Code).
For example: If the Account Code is 101, program 1*010 in the programming address. If the Account Code is 3050, program 3*05*0 in
the programming address.
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12.28 Phone Number General Control Programming: Program Address (0528)
Example:
To program the parameters to enable the Remote Programmer Call-back feature, to dial Pulse on all Phone
Numbers, to send Alarm Reports via either ARDIS or Digital, and to use 110 Baud comm. for WDSRP.
See Glossary (section 7.14) for further details.
Data Digit 1 = [1], Data Digit 2 = [0].
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [5] [2] [8]
Enter Data Digit 1: [1]
Enter Data Digit 2: [0]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different Address,
or Exit the Programmer’s Mode.
Data Digit
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1
Select Options
1
2
Enable remote programmer call-back
Dial pulse on all phone numbers
Dial tone on all phone numbers**
Dial tone, switch to pulse if required
∆ ∆ Try ARDIS network first
*0 - *1 are Hex values. They will display as A - B at the keypads.
∆∆ = If this option is selected, see address 0494-0495.
** = Required on PBX systems
Select Options
0
Enter the Data Digit as a:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 *0 *1 *2 *3 *4 *5
Dialer delay of 15 sec. on non-24H burglar alarms only**
Dialer delay of 15 sec. on 24H burglar & fire alarms only**
Send alarms via either ARDIS or digital ∆
∆ ∆ Send alarms via both ARDIS and digital ∆***
Use 110 Baud comm. for WDSRP
Use 300 Baud comm. for WDSRP
*0 - *5 are Hex values. They will display as A - F at the keypads.
∆ = Only applicable when using the ARDIS option.
∆ ∆ = If this option is selected, see address 0494-0495.
** = These selections can only be used with systems that have only one partition.
*** = This selection must be chosen for U. L. Certificated installations when using the ARDIS module.
12.29 Phone Number Format Programming: Program Addresses (0529-0530)
Data Digit
Select Option
Phone Number Disabled
1
DD
0
2
3/1 (no Extended Reporting) 1
3/1E (Extended Reporting)
3/1 with Parity
3/1E with Parity
4/1
4/2
BFSK
2
3
4
5
1900 Hz. Data/1400 Hz. Acknowledge
6
7
BFSK, SIA, Contact ID
SIA 300 Baud
8
9
*0
Pager
*5
SIA 110 Baud
Contact ID
Select Options
Enter the DD as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5
1800 Hz. Data/2300 Hz. Acknowledge
10 Pulses per Second (PPS)
20 Pulses per Second (PPS)
40 Pulses per Second (PPS)
Note:
Phone Number 1 Format = Address 0529
Phone Number 2 Format = Address 0530
When using the ARDIS communications
module:
Program address 0529 as: data digit 1 =
9, data digit 2 = 1.
Program address 0530 as: data digit 1 =
9, data digit 2 = 1.
*0 and *5 are Hex values. They will display as A and F at the keypads.
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12.29.1 Compatable Receivers
● = The Format type the DS7400Xi
supports and the Digital Alarm
Communicator Receiver accepts.
SIA
Contact ID
BFSK
4/2
4/1
3/1 E w/Parity
Receiver
3/1 w/Parity
Contact your central station regarding which format to use and
if a special line card is required.
3/1
Note:
3/1 E (Extended)
Format
The following table lists those Digital Alarm Communicator Receivers
and Formats that are compatible with the DS7400Xi.
ADEMCO: Model 685
F.B.I.: Model CP-220
I.T.I.: Model CS-4000
Osborne-Hoffman: Model II
Radionics: Model 6000
Radionics: Model 6500
Silent Knight: Model 9000
Varitech: Model V-300
12.30 Phone Answering Programming: Program Address (0531)
Example:
To program the Control Panel to answer the Phone after 2 rings when
Armed and after 4 rings when Disarmed.
Data Digit
1
2
See Glossary (section 7.15) for further details.
Select Option
Data Digit 1 = [2], Data Digit 2 = [4].
When Armed:
Enter the Programmer’s Mode:
[9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Don’t Answer Phone
Answer Phone on 1 ring**
Enter the Program Address:
[0] [5] [3] [1]
Answer Phone on 2 rings
Enter Data Digit 1: [2]
Enter Data Digit 2: [4]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Answer Phone on 3 rings**
Answer Phone on 4 rings
Program the next Address, Program
a different Address, or Exit the Programmer’s Mode.
Answer Phone on 5 rings**
Answer Phone on 6 rings
Answer Phone on 7 rings**
Answer Phone on 8 rings
Answer Phone on 9 rings**
Answer Phone on 10 rings
Answer Phone on 11 rings**
Answer Phone on 12 rings
Answer Phone on 13 rings**
Answer Phone on 14 rings
Answer Phone on 15 rings**
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*0
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
*0 - *5 are Hex values.
They will display as A - F at the keypads.
** = Bypass answering machine.
Select Option
When Disarmed:
Don’t Answer Phone
Answer Phone on 1 ring**
Answer Phone on 2 rings
Answer Phone on 3 rings**
Answer Phone on 4 rings
Answer Phone on 5 rings**
Answer Phone on 6 rings
Answer Phone on 7 rings**
Answer Phone on 8 rings
Answer Phone on 9 rings**
Answer Phone on 10 rings
Answer Phone on 11 rings**
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*0
*1
Answer Phone on 14 rings
*2
*3
*4
Answer Phone on 15 rings**
*5
Answer Phone on 12 rings
Answer Phone on 13 rings**
*0 - *5 are Hex values.
They will display as A - F at the keypads.
** = Bypass answering machine.
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12.31 Programmers and Master Code Programming: Programming Addresses (0532-0534)
Example:
To program the Programmer’s Code to be 3 4 4 3.
Data Digit 1 = [3], Data Digit 2 = [4],
Data Digit 3 = [4], Data Digit 4 = [3].
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [0] [5] [3] [2]
Enter Data Digit 1: [3]
Enter Data Digit 2: [4]
Enter Data Digit 3: [4]
Enter Data Digit 4: [3]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different
Address, or Exit the Programmer’s Mode.
Programmer’s Code programming defines
what the Programmer’s Code will be. This
code is used to enter the programming
mode from the keypads.
Program Address 0532
Data Digit
1
2
3
4
Programmer’s Code
Enter as 4 digits.
It can not be the same
as any PIN number.
The Default for the Programmer’s Code = 9876
Master Code programming defines what the Master Code will be. This code is the highest authority level for a PIN.
Program Address 0534
Data Digit
If the Master Code is lost, this address may be used to program a new one.
Otherwise, the Master Code Programming Mode should be used to create PINs
that have a Master Code authority level.
1
2
3
4
Master Code for User Number 001 has its authority
fixed at level 0. It will always have access to all partitions.
Note:
User Numbers 002 through 090 must be programmed from the Master Code Programming
Mode.
Master Code PIN Number
(Default for this User 001 is 1234)
12.32 Octal Relay Module Output Programming: Program Addresses (1456-1471)
Example:
To program the Octal Relay Module’s Output # 9
to follow Output Function 1.
Data Digit 1 = [*] [3], Data Digit 2 = [1],
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [1] [4] [6] [4]
Enter Data Digit 1: [*] [3]
Enter Data Digit 2: [1]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different
Address, or Exit the Programmer’s Mode.
Octal
Relay #
DS7488-1
Addresses
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1456
1457
1458
1459
1460
1461
1462
1463
Octal
Relay #
DS7488-2
Addresses
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1464
1465
1466
1467
1468
1469
1470
1471
The Octal Relay Module is the DS7488. See section 1.14 and 6.1.6 for further details.
Select Option
Data Digit
DD
1
Latch ON after Zone Alarm**
ON during Entry Pre-Alert
0
1
ON for 10 sec. after pressing [System Reset] 2
ON when System is Armed
3
4
Ground Start
System Status (Ready to Arm)
5
Zone Alarm
Zone Alarm delayed by 20 seconds
2
6
7
8
Keypad Sounder Output
Access Output (10 sec. pulse)
Panic/Duress Output***
Follow System Wide Events
Follow Output Functions
9
*1
*2
*3
See next page for programming options *2 and *3
** = This includes invisible zones. See glossary for further details.
*** = See section 7.4 for description of this option.
These two charts are for programming
the Octal Relay Module to follow events
by partition.
Octal Relay partition assignments are
programmed in addresses 3725-2732.
See Section 12.32.1
Follows
Data Digit
0 1 2 3
Disabled
Burglar Alarm
Fire Alarm
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12.32 Octal Relay Module Output Programming: Program Addresses (1456-1471) (Continued)
Select Option
DD
Data Digit
1
2
Disabled
0
AC Power Fail
1
Low Battery
2
Communicator Failure
3
System Fault (Any)
4
Keypad Supervision Fault
5
Multiplex Bus Fault
6
Aux Power Fault
8
Fire Zone Trouble
9
Supervisory
*0
Zone Trouble
*1
Disabled
Follow Output Function 1
Duress
*2
Follow Output Function 2
2
*3
Follow Output Function 3
3
Follow Output Function 4
4
Follow Output Function 5
5
Follow Output Function 6
Follow Output Function 7
Follow Output Function 8
6
7
8
Battery Test
* 2 = Follow
System-wide
Events
*2
*0 - *3 are Hex values.
They will display as A - D at the keypads.
Data Digit
1
* 3 = Follow Output Functions
*3
Select Option
The Octal Relay Module is the DS7488.
See section 1.13 for further details.
To have the DS7488’s relays follow the Output Functions,
program Data Digit 1 of this address as a *3, then program
data digit 2 as shown.
See System Overview (section 6.1.6)
for further details.
To program the Output Functions, see section 12.33.
Up to 15 Output Functions may be programmed.
2
DD
0
1
Follow Output Function 9
9
Follow Output Function 10
Follow Output Function 11
*0
*1
Follow Output Function 12
*2
Follow Output Function 13
*3
Follow Output Function 14
Follow Output Function 15
*4
*5
*0 - *5 are Hex values.
They will display as A - F at the keypads.
12.32.1 Octal Relay Module Output Partition Assignment: Program Addresses (3725-3732)
Program Address 3725
Data Digit 1
Data Digit 2
Program Address 3726
Data Digit 1
Data Digit 2
Program Address 3727
Data Digit 1
Data Digit 2
Relay 1
Relay 2
Relay 3
Relay 4
Relay 5
Relay 6
default = 8
default = 8
default = 8
default = 8
default = 8
default = 8
Program Address 3728
Data Digit 1
Data Digit 2
Program Address 3729
Data Digit 1
Data Digit 2
Program Address 3730
Data Digit 1
Data Digit 2
Select Option
DD
Belongs to Partition 1
0
Belongs to Partition 2
1
Belongs to Partition 3
2
3
4
Relay 7
Relay 8
Relay 9
Relay 10
Relay 11
Relay 12
Belongs to Partition 4
Belongs to Partition 5
default = 8
default = 8
default = 0
default = 0
default = 0
default = 0
Belongs to Partition 6
5
Belongs to Partition 7
6
Belongs to Partition 8
7
Follows all Partitions
8
Program Address 3731
Data Digit 1
Data Digit 2
Program Address 3732
Data Digit 1
Data Digit 2
Relay 13
Relay 14
Relay 15
Relay 16
default = 0
default = 0
default = 0
default = 0
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12.33 Output Function Programming: Program Addresses (1472-1516)
Example:
To program the Output Function 1 to follow a Zone Burg
Alarm.
Data Digit 1 = [6], Data Digit 2 = [1],
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [1] [4] [7] [2]
Enter Data Digit 1: [6]
Enter Data Digit 2: [1]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different Address, or
Exit the Programmer’s Mode.
Output programming allows you to have the Outputs follow status
events by partition or system-wide, or follow zone outputs in an
Input/Output Cross Matrix. See the Programming Addresses Worksheet (P/N 29802) for a description of each address. See System
Overview (section 6.1.7) for further details.
Data Digit
1
2
*0 - *5 are Hex values. They will display as A - F at
the keypads.
Select Option
DD
Latch ON after Zone Alarm
0
ON during Entry Pre-Alert
1
ON when system is armed
3
Zone alarm
6
Disabled
Burglar Alarm
Fire Alarm
Zone Alarm delayed by 20 sec.
7
Keypad Sounder output
8
Access output (10 sec. pulse)
9
Panic/Duress output**
*1
Follow System Status Event
*2
Follow a single zone
*3
Follows
Data Digit 1 Options 1-*1 are used to program an Output
Function to follow status events for individual partitions.
Data Digit 1 Option *2 is used to program an Output
Function to follow status events system-wide.
Data Digit 1 Options *3-*5 are used to program an Output
Function to follow a zone or two zones in an Input/Output
Cross Matrix.
Follow two zones-When EITHER zone changes state *4
Follow two zones-When BOTH zones change state
Data Digit
0 1 2 3
*5
Data Digit
1
*2
2
DD DD
Select Option
AC Power Failure
Select Option
1
7
Radio Receiver Fault
Low Battery
2
8
Aux Power Fault
Communication Failure
3
9
Fire Trouble
System Fault (any)
4
*0
Supervisory
Keypad Supervision Fault
5
*1
Zone Trouble
Multiplex Bus Fault
6
*2
Duress PIN
*0 - *2 are Hex values. They will display as A - C at the keypads.
Data Digit
1
2
Data Digit
1
2
Enter Data Digit as a:
Activate:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 *0 *1 *2
Disabled
When zone is shorted
When Zone is opened
Data Digit
1
2
Enter the
Enter the
Zone Number Zone Number
of First Zone
of Second
to Follow
Zone to
(01 - 99)
Follow
(01 - 99)
When panel is Armed
When panel is not Armed
Latch when activated**
** = This is only for DS7465 Outputs. DS7488 Outputs will not latch when this is selected.
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12.33.1 Output Function Partition Assignment: Program Addresses (3733-3740)
Program Address 3733
Data Digit 1
Function 1
Program Address 3734
Data Digit 2
Data Digit 1
Function 2
Function 3
Program Address 3736
Data Digit 1
Function 7
Function 4
Program Address 3737
Data Digit 2
Data Digit 1
Function 8
Function 9
Program Address 3739
Data Digit 1
Data Digit 2
Data Digit 2
Function 10
Program Address 3735
Data Digit 1
Function 5
Data Digit 2
Function 6
Program Address 3738
Data Digit 1
Function 11
Data Digit 2
Function 12
Select Option
DD
Belongs to Partition 1
0
Belongs to Partition 2
1
Belongs to Partition 3
2
Belongs to Partition 4
Belongs to Partition 5
3
4
Belongs to Partition 6
5
Belongs to Partition 7
6
Belongs to Partition 8
7
Follows all Partitions
8
Program Address 3740
Data Digit 2
Data Digit 1
Data Digit 2
0
Function 13
Function 14
Function 15
Must Be 0
12.34 Dual Phone Line/Bell Supervision Module Output Programming: Program Address (1520)
Example:
To program the Dual Phone Line/Bell Supervision
Module to supervise Phone Line 1 and Phone Line 2.
Data Digit 1 = [2], Data Digit 2 = [0].
The Dual Phone Line/Bell Supervision Module is the DS7420i.
See section 1.13 for further details.
When in Central Station or Local Commercial Fire Mode, this address will be
forced to specific values (see section 12.15.1 and 12.15.2).
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [1] [5] [2] [0]
Enter Data Digit 1: [2]
Enter Data Digit 2: [0]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different
Address, or Exit the Programmer’s Mode.
Options
Data Digit
1
2
0
Enter the Data Digit as a:
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Disabled
Bell Monitor
Phone Line 1 Monitor
Phone Line 2 Monitor
Alarm Output on line fault
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12.35 Call-Out Timer Programming: Program Addresses (1521-1524)
Example:
To program the Remote Programmer Call-Out hour and
minute as 2:30 pm.
This section allows you to define the Hour and Minute for the Communicator Test Report and Remote Programmer Call-Out.
Hour: Data Digit 1 = [1], Data Digit 2 = [4].
Minute: Data Digit 1 = [3], Data Digit 2 = [0].
The default time for the Communicator Test Report to be sent and
for the control to call the Remote Programmer is Midnight.
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [1] [5] [2] [3]
Enter Data Digit 1: [1]
Enter Data Digit 2: [4]
Enter the pound key: [#] (will go to Address 1524)
Enter Data Digit 1: [3]
Enter Data Digit 2: [0]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different Address,
or Exit the Programmer’s Mode.
Data Digit
1
2
Data Digit
1
2
Call-Out Hour
Address 1523
Default = 00 = Midnight
Test Report Hour
Address 1521
Test Report Minute
Address 1522
Data Digit
1
2
Default = 00 = Midnight
Data Digit
1
2
Call-Out Minute
Address 1524
Default = 00
Default = 00
12.36 Test Report and Remote Programmer Call-Out Programming: Program Address (1525)
This section allows you to define the Day and Frequency
for the Communicator Test Report and the Remote Programmer Call-Out.
If this address is not programmed, the Communicator
Test Report will not be sent and the control will not call
the Remote Programmer.
Select Option
Do not send a Test Report
Send a Test Report on Sunday
Send a Test Report on Monday
Send a Test Report on Tuesday
Send a Test Report on Wednesday
Send a Test Report on Thursday
Send a Test Report on Friday
Send a Test Report on Saturday
Send a Test Report every day
Send a Test Report every 8 days
Send a Test Report every 28 days
Send a Test Report every hour
Send a Test Report every 12 hours
*0 - *2 are Hex values.
They will display as A - C at the keypads.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*0
*1
*2
Example:
To send Test Reports on Sundays, and to call the
Remote Programmer on Saturdays.
Data Digit 1 = [1], Data Digit 2 = [7].
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [1] [5] [2] [5]
Enter Data Digit 1: [1]
Enter Data Digit 2: [7]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different
Address, or Exit the Programmer’s Mode.
Data Digit
1
2
Select Option
Do not call the Remote Programmer
DD
0
1
Call the Remote Programmer on Sunday
2
Call the Remote Programmer on Monday
Call the Remote Programmer on Tuesday 3
Call the Remote Programmer on Wednesday 4
Call the Remote Programmer on Thursday 5
6
Call the Remote Programmer on Friday
Call the Remote Programmer on Saturday 7
8
Call the Remote Programmer every day
Call the Remote Programmer every 8 days 9
Call the Remote Programmer every 28 days *0
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12.37 Alpha Description Programming: Program Addresses (1526-3701)
Alpha Description Programming allows up to 16 characters to be programmed for the description of each partition or zone (e.g. “J. Hill’s
Office”). If a description is less than 16 characters, leave the remaining address(es) blank. Once programmed, the descriptions will be
displayed on the alpha keypads.
The following chart lists the Program Addresses used to program Alpha-Numeric characters for each partition or zone:
Program Address
Program Address
Program Address
Program Address
Program Address
Program Address
Program Address
Program Address
Program Address
Program Address
Program Address
Program Address
Partition 1
1526 - 1541 Partition 5 1590 - 1605 Zone 1 1654 - 1669 Zone 5 1718 - 1733
Partition 2
1542 - 1557 Partition 6 1606 - 1621 Zone 2 1670 - 1685 Zone 6 1734 - 1749
Partition 3 1558 - 1573 Partition 7 1622 - 1637 Zone 3 1686 - 1701 Zone 7 1750 - 1765
Program Address
Program Address
Program Address
Program Address
Partition 4 1574 - 1589 Partition 8 1638 - 1653 Zone 4 1702 - 1717 Zone 8 1766 - 1781
Program Addresses
Zones 9 through 128 1782 through 3701
(16 addresses per zone)
See Section 12.37.1 for an Alpha Description Programming worksheet for Partitions 1 through 8 and Zones 1 through 8.
See the Programming Addresses Worksheet (P/N 29802) for a complete Alpha Programming Worksheet
(covering addresses 1526 through 3701).
Words are created one character at a time. Each character uses two data digits.
The data digit values for these characters are shown below:
ValueCharacter
83
8
93
9
*03
:
*13
;
*23
<
*33
=
*43
>
*53
?
04
@
14
A
24
B
34
C
44
D
54
E
64
F
74
G
84
H
94
I
*04
J
*14
K
*24
L
*34
M
*44
N
*54
O
ValueCharacter
02
blank space
12
!
22
"
32
#
42
$
52
%
62
&
72
'
82
(
92
)
*02
*
*12
+
*22
,
*32
*42
.
*52
/
03
0
13
1
23
2
33
3
43
4
53
5
63
6
73
7
ValueCharacter
86
h
96
i
*06
j
*16
k
*26
l
*36
m
*46
n
*56
o
07
p
17
q
27
r
37
s
47
t
57
u
67
v
77
w
87
x
97
y
*07
z
*17
{
*27
|
*37
}
*47
~
ValueCharacter
05
P
15
Q
25
R
35
S
45
T
55
U
65
V
75
W
85
X
95
Y
*05
Z
*15
[
*25
¥
*35
]
*45
^
*55
_
06
'
16
a
26
b
36
c
46
d
56
e
66
f
76
g
Example
Character
1
Character
2
Character
3
Character
4
C
H
E
M
Text
Value
3
4
8
4
5
4
*3
Character
5
Character
6
Character
7
Character
8
C
A
L
I
4
9
4
3
4
1
4
*2
4
1526-1 1526-2 1527-1 1527-2 1528-1 1528-2 1529-1 1529-2 1530-1 1530-2 1531-1 1531-2 1532-1 1532-2 1533-1 1533-2
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Character
1
Character
2
Character
3
Character
4
Character
5
Character
6
Character
7
Character
8
Partition 1
Text
Value
1526-1 1526-2 1527-1 1527-2 1528-1 1528-2 1529-1 1529-2 1530-1 1530-2 1531-1 1531-2 1532-1 1532-2 1533-1 1533-2
Character
9
Character
10
Character
11
Character
12
Character
13
Character
14
Character
15
Character
16
Text
Value
1534-1 1534-2 1535-1 1535-2 1536-1 1536-2 1537-1 1537-2 1538-1 1538-2 1539-1 1539-2 1540-1 1540-2 1541-1 1541-2
Character
1
Character
2
Character
3
Character
4
Character
5
Character
6
Character
7
Character
8
Partition 2
Text
Value
1542-1 1542-2 1543-1 1543-2 1544-1 1544-2 1545-1 1545-2 1546-1 1546-2 1547-1 1547-2 1548-1 1548-2 1549-1 1549-2
Character
9
Character
10
Character
11
Character
12
Character
13
Character
14
Character
15
Character
16
Text
Value
1550-1 1550-2 1551-1 1551-2 1552-1 1552-2 1553-1 1553-2 1554-1 1554-2 1555-1 1555-2 1556-1 1556-2 1557-1 1557-2
Character
1
Character
2
Character
3
Character
4
Character
5
Character
6
Character
7
Character
8
Partition 3
Text
Value
1558-1 1558-2 1559-1 1559-2 1560-1 1560-2 1561-1 1561-2 1562-1 1562-2 1563-1 1563-2 1564-1 1564-2 1565-1 1565-2
Character
9
Character
10
Character
11
Character
12
Character
13
Character
14
Character
15
Character
16
Text
Value
1566-1 1566-2 1567-1 1567-2 1568-1 1568-2 1569-1 1569-2 1570-1 1570-2 1571-1 1571-2 1572-1 1572-2 1573-1 1573-2
Character
1
Character
2
Character
3
Character
4
Character
5
Character
6
Character
7
Character
8
Partition 4
Text
Value
1574-1 1574-2 1575-1 1575-2 1576-1 1576-2 1577-1 1577-2 1578-1 1578-2 1579-1 1579-2 1580-1 1580-2 1581-1 1581-2
Character
9
Character
10
Character
11
Character
12
Character
13
Character
14
Character
15
Character
16
Text
Value
1582-1 1582-2 1583-1 1583-2 1584-1 1584-2 1585-1 1585-2 1586-1 1586-2 1587-1 1587-2 1588-1 1588-2 1589-1 1589-2
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Character
1
Character
2
Character
3
Character
4
Character
5
Character
6
Character
7
Character
8
Partition 5
Text
Value
1590-1 1590-2 1591-1 1591-2 1592-1 1592-2 1593-1 1593-2 1594-1 1594-2 1595-1 1595-2 1596-1 1596-2 1597-1 1597-2
Character
9
Character
10
Character
11
Character
12
Character
13
Character
14
Character
15
Character
16
Text
Value
1598-1 1598-2 1599-1 1599-2 1600-1 1600-2 1601-1 1601-2 1602-1 1602-2 1603-1 1603-2 1604-1 1604-2 1605-1 1605-2
Character
1
Character
2
Character
3
Character
4
Character
5
Character
6
Character
7
Character
8
Partition 6
Text
Value
1606-1 1606-2 1607-1 1607-2 1608-1 1608-2 1609-1 1609-2 1610-1 1610-2 1611-1 1611-2 1612-1 1612-2 1613-1 1613-2
Character
9
Character
10
Character
11
Character
12
Character
13
Character
14
Character
15
Character
16
Text
Value
1614-1 1614-2 1615-1 1615-2 1616-1 1616-2 1617-1 1617-2 1618-1 1618-2 1619-1 1619-2 1620-1 1620-2 1621-1 1621-2
Character
1
Character
2
Character
3
Character
4
Character
5
Character
6
Character
7
Character
8
Partition 7
Text
Value
1622-1 1622-2 1623-1 1623-2 1624-1 1624-2 1625-1 1625-2 1626-1 1626-2 1627-1 1627-2 1628-1 1628-2 1629-1 1629-2
Character
9
Character
10
Character
11
Character
12
Character
13
Character
14
Character
15
Character
16
Text
Value
1630-1 1630-2 1631-1 1631-2 1632-1 1632-2 1633-1 1633-2 1634-1 1634-2 1635-1 1635-2 1636-1 1636-2 1637-1 1637-2
Character
1
Character
2
Character
3
Character
4
Character
5
Character
6
Character
7
Character
8
Partition 8
Text
Value
1638-1 1638-2 1639-1 1639-2 1640-1 1640-2 1641-1 1641-2 1642-1 1642-2 1643-1 1643-2 1644-1 1644-2 1645-1 1645-2
Character
9
Character
10
Character
11
Character
12
Character
13
Character
14
Character
15
Character
16
Text
Value
1646-1 1646-2 1647-1 1647-2 1648-1 1648-2 1649-1 1649-2 1650-1 1650-2 1651-1 1651-2 1652-1 1652-2 1653-1 1653-2
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Character
1
Character
2
Character
3
Character
4
Character
5
Character
6
Character
7
Character
8
Text
Zone 1
Value
1654-1 1654-2 1655-1 1655-2 1656-1 1656-2 1657-1 1657-2 1658-1 1658-2 1659-1 1659-2 1660-1 1660-2 1661-1 1661-2
Character
9
Character
10
Character
11
Character
12
Character
13
Character
14
Character
15
Character
16
Text
Value
1662-1 1662-2 1663-1 1663-2 1664-1 16640- 1665-1 1665-2 1666-1 1666-2 1667-1 1667-2 1668-1 1668-2 1669-1 1669-2
Character
1
Character
2
Character
3
Character
4
Character
5
Character
6
Character
7
Character
8
Text
Zone 2
Value
1670-1 1670-2 1671-1 1671-2 1672-1 1672-2 1673-1 1673-2 1674-1 1674-2 1675-1 1675-2 1676-1 1676-2 1677-1 1677-2
Character
9
Character
10
Character
11
Character
12
Character
13
Character
14
Character
15
Character
16
Text
Value
1678-1 1678-2 1679-1 1679-2 1680-1 1680-2 1681-1 1681-2 1682-1 1682-2 1683-1 1683-2 1684-1 1684-2 1685-1 1685-2
Character
1
Character
2
Character
3
Character
4
Character
5
Character
6
Character
7
Character
8
Text
Value
Zone 3
1686-1 1686-2 1687-1 1687-2 1688-1 1688-2 1689-1 1689-2 1690-1 1690-2 1691-1 1691-2 1692-1 1692-2 1693-1 1693-2
Character
9
Character
10
Character
11
Character
12
Character
13
Character
14
Character
15
Character
16
Text
Value
1694-1 1694-2 1695-1 1695-2 1696-1 1696-2 1697-1 1697-2 1698-1 1698-2 1699-1 1699-2 1700-1 1700-2 1701-1 1701-2
Character
1
Character
2
Character
3
Character
4
Character
5
Character
6
Character
7
Character
8
Text
Zone 4
Value
1702-1 1702-2 1703-1 1703-2 1704-1 1704-2 1705-1 1705-2 1706-1 1706-2 1707-1 1707-2 1708-1 1708-2 1709-1 1709-2
Character
9
Character
10
Character
11
Character
12
Character
13
Character
14
Character
15
Character
16
Text
Value
1710-1 1710-2 1711-1 1711-2 1712-1 1712-2 1713-1 1713-2 1714-1 1714-2 1715-1 1715-2 1716-1 1716-2 1717-1 1717-2
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Character
1
Character
2
Character
3
Character
4
Character
5
Character
6
Character
7
Character
8
Zone 5
Text
Value
1718-1 1718-2 1719-1 1719-2 1720-1 1720-2 1721-1 1721-2 1722-1 1722-2 1723-1 1723-2 1724-1 1724-2 1725-1 1725-2
Character
9
Character
10
Character
11
Character
12
Character
13
Character
14
Character
15
Character
16
Text
Value
1726-1 1726-2 1727-1 1727-2 1728-1 1728-2 1729-1 1729-2 1730-1 1730-2 1731-1 1731-2 1732-1 1732-2 1733-1 1733-2
Character
1
Character
2
Character
3
Character
4
Character
5
Character
6
Character
7
Character
8
Text
Zone 6
Value
1734-1 1734-2 1735-1 1735-2 1736-1 1736-2 1737-1 1737-2 1738-1 1738-2 1739-1 1739-2 1740-1 1740-2 1741-1 1741-2
Character
9
Character
10
Character
11
Character
12
Character
13
Character
14
Character
15
Character
16
Text
Value
1742-1 1742-2 1743-1 1743-2 1744-1 1744-2 1745-1 1745-2 1746-1 1746-2 1747-1 1747-2 1748-1 1748-2 1749-1 1749-2
Character
1
Character
2
Character
3
Character
4
Character
5
Character
6
Character
7
Character
8
Zone 7
Text
Value
1750-1 1750-2 1751-1 1751-2 1752-1 1752-2 1753-1 1753-2 1754-1 1754-2 1755-1 1755-2 1756-1 1756-2 1757-1 1757-2
Character
9
Character
10
Character
11
Character
12
Character
13
Character
14
Character
15
Character
16
Text
Value
1758-1 1758-2 1759-1 1759-2 1760-1 1760-2 1761-1 1761-2 1762-1 1762-2 1763-1 1763-2 1764-1 1764-2 1765-1 1765-2
Character
1
Character
2
Character
3
Character
4
Character
5
Character
6
Character
7
Character
8
Zone 8
Text
Value
1766-1 1766-2 1767-1 1767-2 1768-1 1768-2 1769-1 1769-2 1770-1 1770-2 1771-1 1771-2 1772-1 1772-2 1773-1 1773-2
Character
9
Character
10
Character
11
Character
12
Character
13
Character
14
Character
15
Character
16
Text
Value
1774-1 1774-2 1775-1 1775-2 1776-1 1776-2 1777-1 1777-2 1778-1 1778-2 1779-1 1779-2 1780-1 1780-2 1781-1 1781-2
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12.38 Phone Number Programming: Program Addresses (4028, 4038, 4048)
Example:
To program Phone Number 1 as 555-1212.
Data Digit 1 = [5], Data Digit 2 = [5], Data Digit 3 = [5], Data Digit 4 = [1], Data Digit 5 = [2], Data Digit 6 = [1], Data Digit 7 = [2]
Enter the Programmer’s Mode: [9] [8] [7] [6] [#] [0]
Enter the Program Address: [4] [0] [2] [8]
Enter Data Digit 1 = [5], Data Digit 2 = [5], Data Digit 3 = [5], Data Digit 4 = [1], Data Digit 5 = [2], Data Digit 6 = [1], Data Digit 7 = [2]
Enter the pound key: [#]
Program the next Address, Program a different Address, or Exit the Programmer’s Mode.
1
1
2
14.34.1 Phone Number 1 Programming: Program Address (4028)
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
2
14.34.2 Phone Number 2 Programming: Program Address (4038)
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
14.34.3 Phone Number 3 (Remote Programmer) Programming: Program Address (4048)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Notes:
To dial the “*” character, enter *1 (The “*” character is sent as “1” “1” when pulse dialing).
To dial the “#” character, enter *2 (The “#” character is only valid when tone dialing).
To input a three second delay, enter *3.
To wait for the dial tone, enter *4 in the first digit.
To disable a Phone Number, enter *5 in the first digit.
(*1 - *5 are Hex values. They will display as B - E at the keypads.)
Recommendation: The phone line that the control panel is connected to should not have a Call Waiting feature. If it must have call
waiting, program the code to disable call waiting and add a three second delay before the phone number. This will prevent incoming calls
from interrupting a communication. For example: call waiting can be disabled in many areas by dialing *70 before the phone number for
tone dial and 1170 for pulse dial.
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13.0 Installation Guide for U.L. Listed Systems
13.1 DS7400Xi U. L. Listings:
• Household Fire Alarm, U. L. Standard UL985
• Commercial Fire Alarm (Type Service: Local, Central Station, Remote Station; Type Initiating: Automatic, Manual, Sprinkler Supervisory, and Waterflow), U. L. Standard UL864
• Household Burglary Alarm, U. L. Standard UL1023
• Police Station Connection Grades AA and A, U. L. Standard UL365
• Central Station Burglary Alarm Grades AA, A, B, and C; U. L. Standard UL1610
The control panel should be installed in accordance with U. L. Standard UL681, Installation and Classification of Mercantile and Bank
Burglar Alarm Systems, or U. L. Standard UL1641, Installation and Classification of Residential Burglar Alarm Systems. It should also be
installed in accordance with NFPA 72 for Household and Commercial Fire installations.
13.1.1 U.L System Configurations
The following table shows the DS7400Xi system configuration for the various types of fire and burglar alarm service for which the product
is U. L. Listed.
U. L. Application
Product
CSF-D
CSF-D/RF
LF
CSB-A
CSB-B/C
LB-A
PSCB-D-A
PSCB-RF-A
HF/B
DS7400Xi
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
Standard Enclosure
1
1
1
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
1
Attack Enclosure
1
1
1
R
R
R
R
R
1
AE-TR16 Enclosure
R
R
R
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
DS7416
n/a
R
n/a
R
n/a
n/a
n/a
R
n/a
DS7420i
R
4
R
4
n/a
n/a
n/a
4
n/a
DS7430
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
DS7432
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
DS7433
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
DS7447
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
DS7460
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
DS7481
n/a
4
n/a
4
n/a
n/a
n/a
4
n/a
DS7488
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
AB12 Bell w/Housing
n/a
n/a
n/a
R
R
R
R
R
n/a
Key to Application Codes
Configuration Codes
CSF-D = Central Station Fire w/ DACT (Digital Alarm Communications Transmitter/dialer)
CSF-D/RF = Central Station Fire w/ DACT and Radio (ARDIS System)
LF = Local Fire
CSB-A = Central Station Burglary, grades AA and A
CSB-B/C = Central Station Burglary, grades B and C
LB-A = Local Burglary, grade A
PSCB-D-A = Police Station Connected Burglary w/DACT, grade A
PSCB-RF-A = Police Station Connected Burglary w/Radio (AAGARD System - DS7416),
grades AA and A
HF/B = Household (residential) Fire and Burglary
R = Required
0 = Optional
n/a = Not Applicable
1 = Standard or attack enclosure may be
used.
2 = Either enclosure may be used. Device
must be mounted to the enclosure cover,
or within 20 ft. w/wiring in conduit.
3 = Either enclosure may be used.
4 = Either the DS7420i or the DS7481
must be used to monitor the phone line
input to the control unit.
13.2 INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS
• Failure to install and program the control in accordance with the requirements in this section voids the listing mark of Underwriters
Laboratories, Inc.
• The standby battery capacity is 35 AH @ 12 VDC.
• The total nominal standby current must not exceed 1.5 A nor 2.5 A when in alarm.
• The control must be mounted indoors and within the protected area.
• Enclosure tamper switches (if used) must be connected to a 24-hour zone.
• Grounding must be in accordance with article 250 of the NEC (NFPA 70).
• At least one U. L. Listed keypad with zone display must be connected.
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• Zones must be connected to U. L. Listed, compatible devices.
• 50 Hz. AC input cannot be used in U. L. Listed Requirements.
• The ground wire provided with the enclosure must be connected between the “Earth GND” connection on the control and the enclosure
tab.
• The keypad panic alarm output must follow the corresponding zone function’s programming (e.g. fire = pulsing [or steady if not a
combination], burglary = steady). In all cases, the special emergency keys must be silent.
• The ground start feature shall not be programmed.
13.3 PROGRAMMING THE DS7400Xi
When used in U. L. Listed Requirements, the control must conform to certain programming requirements. The following is a list of the
required program entries and required accessories for specific U. L. Listed Requirements.
13.3.1 Household Fire Alarm using Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter with local bell
The control must be installed in accordance with NFPA 72.
Required Accessories:
• At least one Detection Systems, Inc. Model DS250 Series smoke detector with an MB Series base, or another Listed compatible smoke
detector.
• One Wheelock 46T-G10-12 bell or 34T-12 horn (will provide 85db for UL985 and NFPA 72 requirements; other Listed compatible
devices with a voltage range of 10.2 to 14.0 V may be used) is required for this application and must be installed inside the protected
area.
• The standard control enclosure can be used.
• At least one DS7447 or DS7445 Keypad must be used.
• Four-wire detectors must be used with Listed power supervision devices. A compatible Listed 4-wire detector is the Detection Systems,
Inc. DS250 in an MB4W base. A compatible Listed EOL relay is the Detection Systems, Inc. EOL200.
• All zones must be used with the EOL resistor (P/N 25899), provided.
1. Report Programming:
• Fire Zone Report must be programmed.
• Low Battery Report (Program Address 0325) must be programmed.
• AC Failure Report (Program Address 0327) must be programmed.
2. Timer Programming:
• Bell Cutoff Times (Program Addresses 0195 and 0196) must be programmed for not less than 4 minutes.
3. Zone Function Programming:
• For household fire installations only, the output signal may be pulsed or steady. For a combination system, see the selection below on
alarm output programming.
4. Alarm Output Programming:
• Program Address 0146 must be programmed as: Data Digit 1=6, Data Digit 2=3.
5. General Control Programming:
• Program Address 0185 must be programmed as: Data Digit 1=0, Data Digit 2=0.
13.3.2 Grade A Household Burglary Alarm using Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter with local bell
The control must be installed in accordance with U. L. Standard UL1641.
Required Accessories:
• At least one Wheelock 46T-G10-12 bell or 34T-12 horn (other Listed compatible devices with a voltage range of 10.2 to 14.0 V may be
used) is required for this application.
• The standard DS7400 enclosure can be used.
1. Report Programming:
• Burglar Zone Reports must be programmed for those zones used.
• Low Battery Report (Program Address 0325) must be programmed.
• AC Failure Report (Program Address 0327) must be programmed.
2. Timer Programming:
• Bell Cutoff Times (Program Addresses 0195 and 0196) must be programmed for not less than 4 minutes.
• Entry Delay Timer (Program Addresses 0191 and 0192) must be programmed for not longer than 60 seconds.
• Exit Delay Timer (Program Address 0193) must be programmed for not longer than 45 seconds.
3. General Control Programming:
• Program Address 0000, Data Digit 2 must be programmed for NO Swinger Shunts (enter 0, 1, or 2).
• Program Address 0185 must be programmed as: Data Digit 1=0, Data Digit 2=0.
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4. Alarm Output Programming:
• Program Address 0146 must be programmed as: Data Digit 1=6, Data Digit 2=3.
• Program Address 0149 must be programmed as: Data Digit 1=8.
NOTE: In a system that includes both fire alarm and burglar alarm devices, the system must produce distinct sounds for fire and burglar
alarm conditions either by using different indicating appliances or by using distinct cadences for the same appliance.
13.4 General System Requirements
Applies to the following grades only:
Local Burglary Alarm Police Station Connection -
Grade A using Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter (DACT)
Grades AA and A using DACT and ARDIS interface module.
Grade A using DACT and local Bell.
Central Station Burglary Alarm - Grades AA and A using DACT and ARDIS interface module.
Grade B using DACT and local bell.
Grade C using using Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter only.
The controls must be installed in accordance with U. L. Standards UL681 and UL609 for all grades of service.
1. Report Programming:
• Burglar Zone Reports must be programmed for those zones used.
• Low Battery Report (Program Address 0325) must be programmed.
• AC Failure Report (Program Address 0327) must be programmed.
• Open Report (Program Address 0320) must be programmed.
• Close Report (Program Address 0321) must be programmed.
• 24-Hour Check-In Reports (Program Addresses 0329 and 0336) must be programmed.
2. General Control Programming:
• Must be programmed for no swinger shunts and closing ringback.
(Program Address 0000 data digit 2, enter 0, 1, or 2).
• Program Address 0185 must be programmed as: Data Digit 1=0, Data Digit 2=0.
3. Zone Function Programming:
• The Burglar alarm signal (whether pulsed or steady) must be different from the Fire alarm signal.
4. Alarm Output Programming:
• Program Address 0146 must be programmed as: Data Digit 1=6, Data Digit 2=3.
• Program Address 0149 must be programmed as: Data Digit 1=8.
13.4.1 Local Burglary Alarm
A. Grade A Installations using Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter with local bell
Follow General System Requirements as listed in 13.4.
Required Accessories:
• The control must be the Detection System’s model DS7400XiCC with a cover actuated tamper switch installed.
• An Ademco Model AB-12 bell/housing* (see section 13.6).
1. Timer Programming:
• Bell Cutoff Times (Program Addresses 0195 and 0196) must be programmed for not less than 15 minutes.
• Entry, Exit Delay Times (Program Addresses 0191-0193) must be programmed for not longer than 60 seconds.
13.4.2 Police Station Connection
Follow General System Requirements as listed in 13.4.
Required Accessories:
• The control must be the Detection Systems’ model DS7400XiCC with a cover actuated tamper switch installed.
• An ARDIS (or DataTAC) interface module.
• The ARDIS module and antenna should be mounted within the protected area.
• The Detection Systems’ model DS7481 Phone Line Monitor.
1. Timer Programming:
• Entry, Exit Delay Times (Program Addresses 0191-0193) must be programmed for not longer than 60 seconds.
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B. Grade A Installations using Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter with local bell
Follow General System Requirements as listed in 13.4.
Required Accessories:
• The control must be the Detection System’s model DS7400XiCC with a cover actuated tamper switch installed.
• The Ademco Model AB-12 bell/housing* (see section 13.6).
1. Timer Programming:
• Bell Cutoff Times (Program Addresses 0195 and 0196) must be programmed for not less than 15 minutes.
• Entry, Exit Delay Times (Program Addresses 0191-0193) must be programmed for not longer than 60 seconds.
13.4.3 Central Station Burglary Alarm
A. Grades AA and A Installations using an ARDIS Interface Module
Follow General System Requirements as listed in 13.4.
Required Accessories:
• The control must be the Detection Systems’ model DS7400XiCC with a cover actuated tamper switch installed.
• An ARDIS (or DataTAC) interface module.
• The ARDIS module and antenna should be mounted within the protected area.
• The Detection Systems’ model DS7481 Phone Line Monitor.
1. Timer Programming:
• Entry, Exit Delay Times (Program Addresses 0191-0193) must be programmed for not longer than 60 seconds.
B. Grade B Installations using Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter with local bell
Follow General System Requirements as listed in 13.4.
Required Accessories:
• The control must be the Detection Systems’ model DS7400XiCC with a cover actuated tamper switch installed.
• The Ademco Model AB-12 bell/housing* (see section 13.6).
1. Timer Programming:
• Bell Cutoff Times (Program Addresses 0195 and 0196) must be programmed for not less than 15 minutes.
• Entry, Exit Delay Times (Program Addresses 0191-0193) must be programmed for not longer than 60 seconds.
C. Grade C Installations using Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter only
Follow General System Requirements as listed in 13.4.
Required Accessories:
• The control must be the Detection System’s model DS7400XiCC with a cover actuated tamper switch installed.
1. Timer Programming:
• Entry, Exit Delay Times (Program Addresses 0191-0193) must be programmed for not longer than 60 seconds.
13.5 Commercial Fire Alarm
A. Central Station (DACT) and Local
The control must be installed in accordance with NFPA 72.
Required Accessories:
• DS7420i Dual Phone Line/Bell Supervision Module.
• For Local Commercial Fire Alarm: A Listed notification appliance such as a Wheelock 46T-G10-12 bell or 34T-12 horn.
• If not using the phone line supervision, it must be disabled.
• AE-TR16 Transformer Housing.
• At least one DS7447 must be used and assigned as keypad 1. If only one is used, it may be connected to the keypad bus if the keypad
is mounted to the front of the box or within the same room as the control equipment and the wire is run in conduit (or equivalently
protected against mechanical injury) within 20 ft. (6.1 m) of the control equipment. If multiple keypads are used, one keypad only must
be used on the options bus and assigned as keypad 11-14 and meet the same requirements as in single keypad use.
• 50 Hz. operation and ground start are automatically forced to the disabled state when central station fire mode is selected.
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1. Report Programming:
• Burglar Zone Reports must be programmed for those zones used.
• Fire Zone Reports must be programmed for those zones used.
• Low Battery Report (Program Address 0325) must be programmed.
• AC Failure Report (Program Address 0327) must be programmed.
• Open Report (Program Address 0320) must be programmed.
• Close Report (Program Address 0321) must be programmed.
• 24-Hour Check-In Reports (Program Addresses 0329 and 0336) must be programmed.
2. Timer Programming:
• Bell Cutoff Times (Program Addresses 0195 and 0196) must be programmed for not less than 5 minutes.
• Entry, Exit Delay Times (Program Addresses 0191-0193) must be programmed for not longer than 60 seconds.
3. General Control Programming:
• Must be programmed for no swinger shunts (Program Address 0000 data digit 2, enter 0, 1, or 2).
• Program Address 0185 must be programmed as: Data Digit 1=0, Data Digit 2=0.
4. Commercial Fire Mode Programming:
• Local (Program Address 0186, data digit 1, enter as a 1 through 6).
• Central Station (Program Address 0186, data digit 1, enter as a 7 through *2).
• The keypad panic functions are not intended to be a substitute for Listed manual pull boxes.
13.6 Wiring and Programming information for installations using the Ademco AB-12 Bell/Housing
Ademco AB-12 Bell/Housing
Terminal 5 (-)
To control Alarm Output +
Terminal 6 (A)
4
P/N 28300
JP1
3
Terminal 30 (8-)
To control Alarm Output –
Alternate EOL (if not
EOL using a Fire card)
27KΩ Detection Systems’
Bell Tampers
2
Terminal 29 (+)
To control Zone 8 Input
BELL
1
To control Loop Positive
DS7400Xi
5
Terminal 1
Control/Communicator
6
To control Earth Ground
Inner Bell Box Lining
Cut this jumper
Outer Bell Box
1) Disconnect the wire jumper from terminal 4 to the inner housing of the Bell Box (prevents a ground fault condition).
2) Connect wiring between the control and Bell Box as shown above. To use the AB-12 Bell/Housing, cut the jumper wire “JP1” on the
control. The EOL used in the AB-12 Bell/Housing must be 27K ohms.
3) Program Zone 8 as a 24-hour zone by programming it to follow zone function 7. (Program address 0025 = 07).
4) Do not change the default programming of zone function 7. (Program address 0007 should be 22).
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14.1 4/2 Format
Reports with Restorals
Report
Address
Restoral
Value
Trouble
Address
Value
Address
Value
Zone Function 1
0258
A
1
0275
2
1
0290
6
1
Zone Function 2
0259
A
2
0276
2
2
0291
6
2
Zone Function 3
0260
A
3
0277
2
3
0292
6
3
Zone Function 4
0261
A
4
0278
2
4
0293
6
4
Zone Function 5
0262
A
5
0279
2
5
0294
6
5
Zone Function 6
0263
A
6
0280
2
6
0295
6
6
Zone Function 7
0264
A
7
0281
2
7
0296
6
7
Zone Function 8
0265
A
8
0282
2
8
0297
6
8
Zone Function 9
0266
A
9
0283
0
0
0298
6
9
Zone Function 10
0267
1
A
0284
2
A
0299
6
A
Zone Function 11
0268
1
1
0285
2
A
0300
6
B
Zone Function 12
0269
1
2
0286
2
A
0301
6
C
Zone Function 13
0270
1
3
0287
2
A
0302
6
D
Zone Function 14
0271
1
4
0288
2
A
0303
6
E
Zone Function 15
0272
1
5
0289
2
A
0304
6
F
Low Battery
0325
7
9
0326
6
9
AC Fail
0327
7
A
0328
6
A
System Trouble
0334
0
0
0335
3
9
Keypad Fire
0256
1
8
0257
2
8
Keypad Emergency
0273
1
6
Keypad Panic
0274
A
A
Reports without Restorals
Report
Report Successful
Address
Value
Report Unsuccessful
Address
Value
Address
Value
Open
0320
9
F
Remote Program
0330
0
0
0331
0
0
Close
0321
4
F
Local Program
0332
0
0
0333
0
0
Partial Close
0322
4
F
First Open after Alarm
Comm. Test/System Normal
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8
0329
3
A
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Duress
Address
Value
0322
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14.2 BFSK Format
Reports with Restorals
Report
Restoral
Address
Value
Zone Function 1
0258
1
Zone Function 2
0259
Zone Function 3
Trouble
Address
Value
Address
Value
0
0275
E
1
0290
F
1
2
0
0276
E
2
0291
F
2
0260
3
0
0277
E
3
0292
F
3
Zone Function 4
0261
4
0
0278
E
4
0293
F
4
Zone Function 5
0262
5
0
0279
E
5
0294
F
5
Zone Function 6
0263
6
0
0280
E
6
0295
F
6
Zone Function 7
0264
7
0
0281
E
7
0296
F
7
Zone Function 8
0265
8
0
0282
E
8
0297
F
8
Zone Function 9
0266
8
0
0283
E
8
0298
F
9
Zone Function 10
0267
8
0
0284
E
8
0299
F
8
Zone Function 11
0268
8
0
0285
E
8
0300
F
8
Zone Function 12
0269
8
0
0286
E
8
0301
F
8
Zone Function 13
0270
8
0
0287
E
8
0302
F
8
Zone Function 14
0271
8
0
0288
E
8
0303
F
8
Zone Function 15
0272
8
0
0289
E
8
0304
F
8
Low Battery
0325
F
9
0326
E
9
AC Fail
0327
F
A
0328
E
A
System Trouble
0334
F
D
0335
E
D
Keypad Fire
0256
1
0
0257
E
1
Keypad Emergency
0273
0
0
Keypad Panic
0274
9
0
Reports without Restorals
Report
Report Successful
Address
Value
Report Unsuccessful
Address
Value
Address
Value
0320
B
F
Remote Program
0330
E
F
0331
F
F
0321
C
F
Local Program
0332
E
F
0333
F
F
Partial Close
0322
C
F
First Open after Alarm
0324
D
F
Comm. Test/System Normal
0329
Open
Close
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Duress
Address
Value
0322
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14.3 Pager Format
The Pager format allows the control panel to dial a digital pager and leave a numeric message which includes an account ID and report
type. The telephone number is dialed when a report is available. At the completion of the telephone dialing, a fixed time delay equal to 10
seconds occurs. This delay allows time to connect with the pager service, while skipping over any voice announcement. When the delay
has ended, the numeric message is sent. This message includes the account number followed by up to 5 reports. If a delay time greater
than 10 seconds is required, increments of 3 seconds can be added by programming the “*3” character (3 second delay) at the end of the
phone number in address 4028 or 4038.
For example, if you call pager number 123-4567 and it takes 20 seconds after you finished dialing before you are allowed to enter the
message, the following digits should be programmed in address 4028: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 *3 *3 *3 *3. This will give you an overall delay of 22
seconds.
NOTE: For Pager format, it is not advisable to use the HEX character values (*0 = A, *1 = B, *2 = C, *3 = D, *4 = E, *5 = F) in the report
programming addresses 0256 through 0340. These characters could cause unpredictable results when sent to a pager system
that only expects numeric characters between 0-9. This is the reason that this format will not allow an associated user number
with an open and close report.
CAUTION:
Pager Format allows the use of the digit “0” as the reporting (first) digit. Using a “0” as the reporting digit will
disable the reporting in all other formats.
The following are recommended programming values for addresses 0256 through 0340 when using the Pager format.
NOTE: The Pager format is an open-loop format which has no acknowledge tone. There is no indication at the control panel that the
signal has been sent. Therefore, the Pager format is not recommended as the primary communication method.
Reports with Restorals
Report
Restoral
Address
Value
Address
Value
Zone Function 1
0258
0
1
0275
2
Zone Function 2
0259
0
2
0276
Zone Function 3
0260
0
3
Zone Function 4
0261
0
Zone Function 5
0262
Zone Function 6
Trouble
Address
Value
1
0290
4
1
2
2
0291
4
2
0277
2
3
0292
4
3
4
0278
2
4
0293
4
4
0
5
0279
2
5
0294
4
5
0263
0
6
0280
2
6
0295
4
6
Zone Function 7
0264
0
7
0281
2
7
0296
4
7
Zone Function 8
0265
0
8
0282
2
8
0297
4
8
Zone Function 9
0266
0
9
0283
2
9
0298
4
9
Zone Function 10
0267
1
0
0284
3
0
0299
5
0
Zone Function 11
0268
1
1
0285
3
1
0300
5
1
Zone Function 12
0269
1
2
0286
3
2
0301
5
2
Zone Function 13
0270
1
3
0287
3
3
0302
5
3
Zone Function 14
0271
1
4
0288
3
4
0303
5
4
Zone Function 15
0272
1
5
0289
3
5
0304
5
5
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Pager Format (Continued)
Reports with Restorals
Restoral
Report
Address
Address
Value
Value
Low Battery
0325
6
0
0326
7
0
AC Fail
0327
6
1
0328
7
1
System Trouble
0334
6
2
0335
7
2
Keypad Fire
0256
9
0
0257
9
1
System Test
0339
6
5
0340
7
5
Reports without Restorals
Address
Value
Open
0320
8
0
Close
0321
8
1
Partial Close
0322
8
2
First Open after Alarm
Exit Error
0324
0337
8
8
3
6
Recent Closing
0338
7
Keypad Emergency
0273
8
9
Keypad Panic
0274
9
2
3
Duress
0322
9
4
Report Successful
Address
Value
Report Unsuccessful
Address
Value
Remote Program
0330
E
F
0331
F
F
Local Program
0332
E
F
0333
F
F
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15.0 Report Programming - Values Sent
15.1 SIA Format
SIA
event
code
SIA
data
field
Burglary alarm for a zone
B
A
Fire alarm for a zone
F
A
Waterflow alarm for a zone
S
A
Supervisory for a zone
S
S
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Keypad fire (A)
F
A
000
Keypad fire restoral (A)
F
R
000
Keypad emergency (1, 3, or B)
Q
A
None
Keypad panic (*, #, or C)
P
A
None
Burglary restoral for a zone
B
R
Fire restoral for a zone
F
R
Waterflow restoral for a zone
S
R
Supervisory restoral for a zone
S
J
Burglary trouble for a zone
B
T
Fire trouble for a zone
F
T
Waterflow trouble for a zone
F
T
Supervisory trouble for a zone
F
T
Low battery on a radio zone
X
T
Low battery restoral on a radio zone
X
R
Open report
O
P
Close report
C
L
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
User
Number
User
Number
Duress report
H
A
000
Partial close report
C
G
User
Number
First open after alarm (cancel) report
O
R
None
Low battery
Y
T
None
Low battery restoral
Y
R
None
AC failure
A
T
None
AC failure restoral
A
R
None
Octal relay fault report
E
T
None
Octal relay restoral
E
R
None
Exit error report
E
E
None
Recent closing report
C
R
None
System test start report
T
S
None
System test end report
T
E
None
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15.1 SIA Format (Continued)
SIA
event
code
Reports
SIA
data
field
System normal test report
R
P
None
Communicator test report
R
X
None
Remote programming successful report
R
S
None
Remote programming failure report
R
U
None
Local programming successful report
Y
G
None
Local programming failure report
Y
F
None
Communication failure report
Y
C
None
Communication restoral
Y
K
None
EEPROM checksum failure or keypad supervision failure report
E
T
None
EEPROM checksum restoral or keypad supervision restoral
E
R
None
Multiplex bus fault
E
T
None
Multiplex bus restoral
E
R
None
Radio receiver tamper
T
A
None
Radio receiver tamper restoral
T
R
None
Aux. power fault report
Y
P
None
Aux. power restoral
Y
Q
None
Ground fault report
U
T
None
Ground fault restoral
U
J
None
System off normal test report
R
P
None
Phone line 1 fault report
L
T
None
Phone line 1 restoral
L
R
None
Phone line 2 fault report
L
T
None
Phone line 2 restoral
L
R
None
AAGARD fault report
Y
S
See 9.18
Error Displays
AAGARD fault restoral
Y
K
See 9.18
Error Displays
Bell fault report
E
T
None
Bell restoral
E
R
None
RAM fault report
E
T
None
RAM restoral
E
R
None
ROM fault report
E
T
None
ROM restoral
E
R
None
Serial interface fault report
V
T
None
Serial interface restoral
V
R
None
Aux. relay fault report
E
T
None
Aux. relay restoral
E
R
None
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15.2 Contact I.D Format
CID
event
code
CID
data
field
Burglary alarm for a zone
130
Fire alarm for a zone
110
Waterflow alarm for a zone
113
Supervisory for a zone
200
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Keypad fire (A)
110
Reports
000
110
Restoral
000
Keypad emergency (1, 3, or B)
122
None
Keypad panic (*, #, or C)
123
None
130
Restoral
110
Restoral
113
Restoral
200
Restoral
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
Zone
Number
User
Number
User
Number
Keypad fire restoral (A)
Burglary restoral for a zone
Fire restoral for a zone
Waterflow restoral for a zone
Supervisory restoral for a zone
Burglary trouble for a zone
370
Fire trouble for a zone
373
Waterflow trouble for a zone
373
Supervisory trouble for a zone
373
Low battery on a radio zone
384
Low battery restoral on a radio zone
384
Restoral
Open report
401
Close report
401
Restoral
Duress report
121
000
408
Restoral
User
Number
First open after alarm (cancel) report
406
None
Low battery
302
None
302
Restoral
None
301
None
301
Restoral
None
Partial close report
Low battery restoral
AC failure
AC failure restoral
RAM fault report
RAM restoral
ROM fault report
ROM restoral
Serial interface fault report
Serial interface restoral
303
None
303
Restoral
None
304
None
304
Restoral
None
336
None
336
Restoral
None
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15.2 Contact ID Format (Continued)
CID
event
code
CID
data
field
602
None
Communicator test report
601
None
Remote programming successful report
412
None
Remote programming failure report
413
None
Local programming successful report
306
None
306
Restoral
None
354
None
354
Restoral
None
330
None
330
Restoral
None
333
None
Multiplex bus restoral
333
Restoral
None
Radio receiver tamper
137
None
137
Restoral
None
300
None
Aux. power restoral
300
Restoral
None
Ground fault report
310
None
310
Restoral
None
System off normal test report
602
None
Phone line 1 fault report
351
None
351
Restoral
None
352
None
Phone line 2 restoral
352
Restoral
None
AAGARD fault report
353
See 9.18
Error Displays
353
Restoral
See 9.18
Error Displays
321
None
321
Restoral
None
320
None
320
Restoral
None
330
None
330
Restoral
None
Exit error report
134
None
Recent closing report
405
None
System test start report
607
None
System test end report
607
Restoral
None
Reports
System normal test report
Local programming failure report
Communication failure report
Communication restoral
EEPROM checksum failure or keypad supervision failure report
EEPROM checksum restoral or keypad supervision restoral
Multiplex bus fault
Radio receiver tamper restoral
Aux. power fault report
Ground fault restoral
Phone line 1 restoral
Phone line 2 fault report
AAGARD fault restoral
Bell fault report
Bell restoral
Aux. relay fault report
Aux. relay restoral
Octal relay fault report
Octal relay restoral
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16.0 Multiplex Zone Addressing Guide
• Before installing a multiplex device, its address and other information must be programmed into the control panel. Perform the
following:
• Program the control panel.
- Refer to section 14.3, Zone Programming.
This section allows you to define the Multiplex Zone’s address
(zone number), its type (single or multiple zone input device, or
a DS7465), which zone or output function it will follow (1-15)
and its partition (1-8).
For example: Program zone 9 to be a single zone input device
(DS7476) that follows zone function 1 and is in
partition 1.
Procedure:
Enter the programmer’s mode.
Enter address 0026.
Enter the data digits as [0] and [1] followed by the
[#] button.
Enter address 1252.
Enter the data digits as [0] and [0] followed by the
[#] button.
Exit the programmer’s mode.
- Program the BusLoc® feature.
will show the following:
Checking
Multiplex Bus
- The display will then call-up the first zone you have pre-programmed to be a multiplex zone. To access a different zone,
press the [Reset/*] key, then enter the three digit value of the
zone you want. The display will show the following:
Sens/Contact 009
Press # to Prog
Before you do anything else, re-connect the multiplex device (that
coincides with the displayed zone) to the multiplex bus of the DS7430.
For DS7465s and Multiple Input devices, pressing the [#] button
now will program these devices to the control panel. Remember,
these devices take up two addresses. When address 009 (for example) is a DS7465, pressing the [#] button now will program both
addresses 009 and 010.
For Single Input devices, press the [#] button to continue programming. The display asks whether you are programming a sensor or a
contact; it will show the following:
At this point, you must decide whether or not to use the BusLoc® feature.
Sensor? Press 4
Contact? Press 6
BusLoc® is a proprietary method of tying the multiplex zones to
the control panel to prevent the system from being taken over.
Using BusLoc® will program an invisible identification code into
the multiplex zones.
If you are programming a sensor, press the [4] button to program
these devices to the control panel. If you are programming a contact, press the [6] button to program these devices to the control
panel.
- If the device is successfully programmed, the keypad will sound
a single beep and increment to the next zone (if there is one)
pre-programmed as a multiplex zone.
Note:
If using the DS7432 8-Input Remote Module or the DS7433
8-Input Direct Module, the BusLoc® feature can not used.
- If you choose to use the BusLoc® feature, program a 5 digit
code at programming address 9999.
It is very important to save this code under lock and key. If
you need to replace the control panel, you will have to program
it with the same BusLoc® code as the previous panel or the
multiplex devices will not match codes with the new control
panel.
For example: Program the BusLoc® code to be 54321.
Procedure:
Enter the programmer’s mode.
Enter address 9999.
Enter the data digits as [5], [4], [3], [2], and [1]
followed by the [#] button.
Exit the programmer’s mode.
• Once the pre-programming is done, you are ready to program the
multiplex devices. Perform the following:
Important:
Disconnect the device you just programmed and connect the next device (that belongs to the displayed
zone) to the multiplex bus of the DS7430 and press
the [#] button. Continue programming.
Caution:
24-hour zones will alarm when you exit the programmer’s mode. Alarm reports for these zones will be sent
if they have been programmed. If you do not want these
reports sent, disconnect power from the system now
by unplugging the transformer and removing the red
battery lead. Do not reconnect power until all zones
have been installed and connected to the multiplex
bus.
- If no other zones have been pre-programmed, the display will
show the following:
Mux Zone
Enter Zone
• Disconnect all multiplex devices from the DS7430.
• Program the multiplex devices through the control panel. Perform
the following:
- Enter the programmer’s mode.
- Enter the multiplex programming mode.
Do this by entering [9] [9] [9] [5] followed by the [#] button.
- You may now exit the Zone Programmer’s mode by pressing
the [*/Reset] button for 2 seconds. This brings you back to the
Programmer’s Mode. To exit the Programmer’s Mode, press
the [*/Reset] button for 2 seconds.
- If the zone is unsuccessfully programmed, the keypad will sound
a three-beep error tone.
- The control will then take a few seconds to check the multiplex
connection to confirm nothing is connected to it. The display
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17.0 Troubleshooting Guide
17.1 Keypad Problems
Symptom
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
Entry Error: Please Re-enter will display on keypad. A three beep error
tone will sound continuously.
a) Two or more keypads share the same
address.
a) Install keypad jumper properly in back of keypads.
b) The DS7430 or DS7433 is installed in
the wrong pins.
b) Be sure the DS7430 or DS7433 is installed properly.
a) The keypad not addressed properly.
a) Install the keypad jumper properly in the back of
the keypad.
b) The keypad is not programmed properly.
b) Check keypad programming addresses 01730180.
c) Keypads 11-15 are not properly configured.
c) Check keypad addresses 11-15. System will only
see keypads on the options bus.
Keypad displays Ready to arm, partition 1 when using only one partition.
The keypad is programmed as a Master
keypad.
Master keypads can only be used on multi-partition
systems. Program the keypad as a standard keypad.
Keypad displays System Fault,
sounder is on, and the keypad does
not operate.
a) Keypad wiring error.
a) Check wiring.
b) Keypad(s) assigned to wrong or non-existent partition.
b) Assign the keypad(s) to correct partition. If none
of the keypads are correctly assigned, re-enable
keypad 1 by shorting the program contacts in the
lower right corner of the main panel board. This
will force program mode and assign keypad 1 as
alpha, non-master to partition 1.
c) The microprocessor isn’t running.
c) Disconnect battery and any aux. power load. If
the microprocessor has shut down, aux. power
will read approx. 11.5 VDC. If the EEProm chip
has been field-replaced, power down AC and battery, and check for bent or mis-inserted pins; Otherwise, replace the panel.
Keypad alpha display is locked up,
but the keys still function.
The keypad is enabled, but as an LED keypad.
Enter the program mode at the keypad and input the
correct sequence to re-enable it as an alpha keypad. Care must be taken, since there will be no visual feedback to verify programming until the keypad
is properly enabled.
Can’t read back history with # 89 input.
a) Entering from Master keypad.
a) First enter Single Partition Mode.
b) Not using a PIN with test authority.
b) Use a PIN with test authority.
In history, the Read-back for the A,
B, and C keys shows:
A = Fire
B = Emergency
C = Panic
But, the Central Station transmissions
display B as Silent Panic and C as
Audible Panic.
Formats display information regarding the
B and C keys differently.
In Contact ID: A = Fire
B = Silent Panic
C = Audible Panic
Discrepancy exists in the definition of these keys in
the two formats. Whatever the keys are programmed
for in the panel, that is what will be sent.
Can not perform a zone test (#81).
a) Entering from a Master keypad.
Keypad displays Not Programmed,
See Instal Guide, sounder is on and
the keypad does not operate.
In SIA:
A = Fire
B = Emergency
C = Panic
a) Zone test is not available from a Master keypad.
b) Use a PIN with test authority.
b) Not using a PIN with test authority.
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Keypad Problems (Continued)
Symptom
Chime Mode (#7) does not work
when a zone is faulted.
Some functions won’t work on a Master keypad.
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
a) Not activating for interior zones.
a) Chime mode only activates for perimeter zones Chime mode must be programmed. Also, if the
perimeter zone has trouble enabled (trouble on
open), the chime won’t work if that zone is opening.
b) The keypad is not assigned to the same
partition as the zone being activated.
b) Chime mode will only activate the sounder on keypads that are assigned to the same partition as
the zone.
Some functions require you to enter single
partition mode when using a Master keypad.
The following commands require that you are in Single Partition Mode when entering from a Master keypad:
• History read-back
• Chime mode
• Checking zone status
• Checking zone trouble status (after #87 - Master
keypad will show only partition name)
• Bypassing zones
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
17.2 Reporting Problems
Symptom
Won’t send open or close reports.
Not programmed correctly.
Check addresses: 0320, 0321, 0323, and 0187.
Reports for partitions 2-8 are being
sent with partition 1’s reporting ID.
The account codes for 2-8 are not programmed or are not programmed correctly.
Check addresses: 0496-0526.
Not getting AC power fail reports.
a) AC power fail messages are sent only
with other reports, such as low battery.
a) Try forcing another report to send when AC is not
present.
b) Check A/C report offset (0197). If 00, A/
C report will work like above, if another
number, A/C report will be delayed.
b) Wait until the delay times out or set to a lower
number if desired.
a) Not programmed to send history.
a) Check programming.
b) Time and date not set.
b) Verify that the time in the panel is set.
a) Report not programmed properly.
a) Check programming addresses 1521, 1522,
1525, and 0329.
b) There was a control problem at the time
the report should have been sent. If this
is the case, the communicator test report will not be sent. Instead, the control will send the “System Off Normal”
report.
b) Program “System Off Normal” report in address
0336.
Symptom
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
Fire Alarm displays on keypad but
no zone numbers are displayed.
In Commercial Fire Mode, fire alarms must
be silenced before the zone number will
display.
Enter a valid disarm PIN and press #, then enter a
valid disarm PIN and press # again to display the
zones.
Every other zone displays Not
Ready.
Zone Programming is incorrect.
Program as a multiple zone input for DS7432 or
DS7460, a single zone input for contacts and sensors, or program as a DS7465.
Panel never transmits history to WDSRP.
The communicator test report is not
being sent.
17.3 Zone Problems
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Zone Problems (Continued)
Symptom
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
Zones 9 and above show Not Ready,
Zone Trouble.
a) The multiplex expansion module is not
installed properly.
a) Make sure the multiplex expansion module is
seated properly in the upper pins on the DS7400Xi
circuit board.
b) Multiplex wiring is missing or not installed properly.
b) Check wiring and perform a system reset.
c) 8-Input remote module DIP switches are
not set properly.
c) Correctly set the DIP switches for the 8-Input remote modules.
d) 8-Input remote module covers are removed.
d) Replace covers or install the tamper bypass jumper.
e) The BusLoc® code is set incorrectly or
has not been programmed into modules.
e) BusLoc® can not be used with 8-Input remote
modules. If using 8-Input modules, remove the
BusLoc® code.
OR
If using two-input remote modules or the DS7465,
be sure to use BusLoc® when programming. If
not using BusLoc®, be sure to remove the BusLoc® code from address 9999.
f) Zone Programming is incorrect.
f) Program as a multiple zone input for DS7432 or
DS7460, a single zone input for contacts and
sensors, or program as a DS7465.
g) Multiplex module not programmed.
g) Program the module.
Invisible or silent zone activates alarm
output.
The output is programmed as “latch on
alarm” (0).
Program the output to follow zone alarms (6).
Keypad displays Fire Trouble, but
does not indicate any zones.
A ground fault condition exists.
See system trouble: Ground fault.
Keypad displays Not Ready, but no
zone number is displayed.
An invisible zone is not ready.
Press [PIN] + [OFF] to display the zone number of
the invisible zone that is not ready.
17.4 General System Problems
Symptom
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
How to set the programming values
to the factory default.
Enter a value of 01 in address 4058.
Caution:
Power LED is flashing, keypad displays Control Trouble Press #87.
A control trouble exists.
Press #87 to determine the trouble condition.
#87 display = Oct. Relay Fault
#89 display = System Fault 20
a) The octal relay module (DS7488) is defective or the wiring to the module is
defective.
a) Check the wiring to the module.
b) There is no DS7488 or a DS7488 has
been removed from the system.
b) Enter, then exit programming mode. This will rescan the options bus and clear the problem.
#87 display = Multiplex Bus Fault
The Multiplex Bus is defective or shorted.
Check wiring for shorts.
Can’t reset to factory default.
Keypad programming access is set to PARTIAL from Remote programmer.
Change setting to FULL from the Remote programmer.
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4058 when you are sure you want to
default the programming. Doing so will
immediately erase all programming.
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General System Problems (Continued)
Symptom
Probable Cause
#87 display = RAM Fault
#89 display = System Fault 01
Possible Solution
a) An EEProm fault can be caused by disconnecting
power from the control while it is in program mode.
In this case, enter then exit program mode to clear.
or
b) Try to clear the error at the keypad by entering a
PIN then Reset.
#87 display = ROM Fault
#89 display = System Fault 02
c) Remove AC and battery power, then re-apply.
Remember that event history will be lost and time/
date will have to be re-set.
or
#87 display = EEProm Fault #89 display = System Fault 03
d) If error persists, return the panel to factory default
programming by setting program address 4058
to “01”. If the error clears, re-program the panel.
e) If error still persists, replace the panel.
#87 display = Communicator Err
#89 display = Report Failure X
The control has failed to communicate.
Check history #89 to determine the source:
Report Failure 1 = Phone number 1
Report Failure 2 = Phone number 2
Report Failure 3 = Phone number 3 (remote
programmer)
Report Failure 4 = ARDIS Network
#87 display = 2Ph/Bell Fault
display = System Fault 10
#89
a) The dual phone line/bell supervision
module (DS7420i) is defective or the
wiring to the module is defective.
a) Check the wiring to the module.
b) There is no DS7420i or a DS7420i has
been removed from the system.
b) Enter, then exit programming mode. This will rescan the options bus and clear the problem.
#87 display = Line 1 Fault
display = System Fault 11
#89
There is a phone line fault on line 1.
Check phone line 1 for proper operation.
#87 display = Line 2 Fault
display = System Fault 12
#89
There is a phone line fault on line 2.
Check phone line 2 for proper operation. If you wish
to monitor only one phone line, reprogram address
1520.
#87 display = Bell Fault
#89 display = System Fault 13
The bell circuit on the DS7420i is open or
shorted.
Check the bell circuit wiring. Be sure that the end-ofline resistor is in place. If you don’t wish to use the
bell circuit, place an end-of-line resistor across the
bell terminals.
#87 display = Aux. Output Fault
#89 display = System Fault 14
The auxiliary circuit on the DS7420i is open
or shorted.
Check the auxiliary circuit wiring. Be sure that the
end-of-line resistor is in place. If you don’t wish to
use the auxiliary circuit, place an end-of-line resistor
across the auxiliary terminals. If you wish to use the
auxiliary circuit but do not wish to supervise it, cut
the auxiliary supervision jumper on the DS7420i.
#87 display = Aux Power Fault
The auxiliary power output has been shorted.
Remove wiring from auxiliary power and check for
shorts.
#87 display = Keypad Fault
a) The keypad wiring is defective.
a) Check keypad operation and wiring.
b) A keypad is missing.
b) Install a keypad.
c) A keypad has been programmed, but is
not intended in this system.
c) Remove from programming (0173-0180).
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General System Problems (Continued)
Symptom
#87 display = Ground Fault
#89 display = System Fault 04
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
There is a short to ground somewhere in
the system.
Disconnect field wiring from each terminal while
watching the keypad display. When the keypad power
LED stops flashing, you have found the wire that is
causing the ground fault.
Note:
The LED will not stop flashing if there is another system fault present.
If there is no keypad nearby, or another control problem exists, you can use a volt-meter to find the ground
fault:
1) Connect the negative lead of a volt-meter to the
panel ground terminal.
2) Connect the positive terminal to the Aux Power –
terminal.
You should read -4.5 to -7.5 Volts DC. A reading considerably higher or lower indicates a ground fault.
Disconnect field wiring from each terminal while
watching the meter. When the voltage reading returns to between -4.5 and -7.5 VDC, you have found
the wire that is causing the ground fault.
#87 display = AR IB Queue Full
#89 display = System Fault 51
The message queue in the RF modem is
full and no messages can get out to the radio network.
Check RF coverage of the unit and check for RF noisy
environment.
#87 display = AR Host Down
#89 display = System Fault 52
The central station receiver has ceased to
be available to the network.
Contract the central station and notify of status.
#87 display = AR Unreg. Modem
#89 display = System Fault 53
The modem is not registered through all
parts of the network.
Contact the network administrators or technical service.
#87 display = AR Power Fail
#89 display = System Fault 54
There is a possible problem with the ARDIS Module unit.
Return for service.
#87 display = AR Network Lost
#89 display = System Fault 55
The ARDIS Module has lost contact with
the radio network.
Check the location and coverage of the unit.
#87 display = AR Modem HW Err
#89 display = System Fault 56
There is a possible problem with the radio
modem.
Replace the unit.
#87 display = AR Modem SW Err
#89 display = System Fault 57
The ARDIS Module is having some trouble
communicating with the radio modem.
Check for noisy environment and replace the unit if
the problem continues.
#87 display = AR Opt. Bus Err
#89 display = System Fault 58
The panel can no longer communicate with
the ARDIS Module.
Check the wiring between the DS7400Xi and the
ARDIS Module.
#87 display = AR Corrupt MSG
#89 display = System Fault 59
The communication between the panel and
the ARDIS Module is getting corrupted.
Check for noisy environment, and check the wiring
between the DS7400Xi and the ARDIS Module.
Unable to arm the system.
a) Zone(s) faulted.
a) Determine the cause of the problem and clear
the indicated zone(s).
b) If an AC failure exists, you must force
arm.
b) Enter an arming sequence, then press the Bypass key during a 5 second beep.
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General System Problems (Continued)
Symptom
#87 display = Battery Trouble
#87 display = Zone Trouble
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
a) The battery failed a battery test.
a) If there has just been a power failure, wait at least
two hours for the battery to recharge then perform a System Reset to re-test the battery and
clear the error.
b) The battery is defective.
b) Replace the battery.
c) The wiring to the battery is disconnected.
c) Check wiring.
a) A zone is not responding to the control
panel.
a) Check wiring to the zone.
or
If the zone is not to be used, remove from programming.
b) The zone is programmed for “Trouble
on Open” and the loop is open.
There is a power failure and the panel is
operating on battery backup. If there is a
general power failure, wait for the power to
return. If there is not a general power failure in the building:
b) If using Normally Closed contacts, re-program
zone for alarm on open.
or
If using Normally Open contacts and trouble on
open is desired, check for opens in the loop. Remove wiring and place an EOL resistor across
the zone to eliminate a problem with the control.
If the trouble goes away, the problem is in the
wiring or in a contact connected to the zone.
a) The transformer is unplugged.
a) Plug the transformer in.
b) The wiring from the transformer is defective.
b) Check the wiring.
c) The circuit to the transformer is off or
defective.
c) Check the circuit and circuit breakers.
d) The transformer is defective.
d) Replace the transformer.
e) In some cases, the transformer may be
connected to a circuit controlled by a
switch or a circuit breaker that is periodically turned off.
e) Connect to a circuit that is not controlled this way.
Fire Alarm displays “000”.
The Fire Alarm was caused by the “A” key.
Use the System Reset command to clear the display.
Fire Trouble, no zone number.
When in Commercial Fire Mode, a ground
fault causes this display.
See #87 Ground Fault display for solution.
Fire Trouble ____________
zone number.
Fire zone wiring problems.
If you try to disable the zone by reprogramming it,
you need to reset the control by either entering then
exiting programmer’s mode, or removing then restoring power to the control panel.
#87 display = AC Power Failure
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18.0 Program Addresses
Address
0000
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
0009
0010
0011
0012
0013
0014
0015
0016
0017
0018
0019
0020
0021
0022
0023
0024
0025
0026
0027
0028
0029
0030
0031
0032
0033
0034
0035
0036
0037
0038
0039
0040
0041
0042
0043
0044
0045
0046
0047
0048
0049
0050
0051
0052
0053
0054
0055
0056
0057
0058
0059
0060
Description
Address
General Control
Zone Function 1
Zone Function 2
Zone Function 3
Zone Function 4
Zone Function 5
Zone Function 6
Zone Function 7
Zone Function 8
Zone Function 9
Zone Function 10
Zone Function 11
Zone Function 12
Zone Function 13
Zone Function 14
Zone Function 15
Zone Bypass
Zone Bypass
Zone Number 1
Zone Number 2
Zone Number 3
Zone Number 4
Zone Number 5
Zone Number 6
Zone Number 7
Zone Number 8
Zone Number 9
Zone Number 10
Zone Number 11
Zone Number 12
Zone Number 13
Zone Number 14
Zone Number 15
Zone Number 16
Zone Number 17
Zone Number 18
Zone Number 19
Zone Number 20
Zone Number 21
Zone Number 22
Zone Number 23
Zone Number 24
Zone Number 25
Zone Number 26
Zone Number 27
Zone Number 28
Zone Number 29
Zone Number 30
Zone Number 31
Zone Number 32
Zone Number 33
Zone Number 34
Zone Number 35
Zone Number 36
Zone Number 37
Zone Number 38
Zone Number 39
Zone Number 40
Zone Number 41
Zone Number 42
Zone Number 43
0061
0062
0063
0064
0065
0066
0067
0068
0069
0070
0071
0072
0073
0074
0075
0076
0077
0078
0079
0080
0081
0082
0083
0084
0085
0086
0087
0088
0089
0090
0091
0092
0093
0094
0095
0096
0097
0098
0099
0100
0101
0102
0103
0104
0105
0106
0107
0108
0109
0110
0111
0112
0113
0114
0115
0116
0117
0118
0119
0120
0121
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Zone Number 44
Zone Number 45
Zone Number 46
Zone Number 47
Zone Number 48
Zone Number 49
Zone Number 50
Zone Number 51
Zone Number 52
Zone Number 53
Zone Number 54
Zone Number 55
Zone Number 56
Zone Number 57
Zone Number 58
Zone Number 59
Zone Number 60
Zone Number 61
Zone Number 62
Zone Number 63
Zone Number 64
Zone Number 65
Zone Number 66
Zone Number 67
Zone Number 68
Zone Number 69
Zone Number 70
Zone Number 71
Zone Number 72
Zone Number 73
Zone Number 74
Zone Number 75
Zone Number 76
Zone Number 77
Zone Number 78
Zone Number 79
Zone Number 80
Zone Number 81
Zone Number 82
Zone Number 83
Zone Number 84
Zone Number 85
Zone Number 86
Zone Number 87
Zone Number 88
Zone Number 89
Zone Number 90
Zone Number 91
Zone Number 92
Zone Number 93
Zone Number 94
Zone Number 95
Zone Number 96
Zone Number 97
Zone Number 98
Zone Number 99
Zone Number 100
Zone Number 101
Zone Number 102
Zone Number 103
Zone Number 104
Address
0122
0123
0124
0125
0126
0127
0128
0129
0130
0131
0132
0133
0134
0135
0136
0137
0138
0139
0140
0141
0142
0143
0144
0145
0146
0147
0148
0149
0150
0165
0169
0173
0174
0175
0176
0177
0178
0179
0180
0181
0182
0183
0184
0185
0186
0187
0189
0190
0191
0192
0193
0195
0196
0197
0198
0199
0200
0201
0202
0203
0204
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Description
Zone Number 105
Zone Number 106
Zone Number 107
Zone Number 108
Zone Number 109
Zone Number 110
Zone Number 111
Zone Number 112
Zone Number 113
Zone Number 114
Zone Number 115
Zone Number 116
Zone Number 117
Zone Number 118
Zone Number 119
Zone Number 120
Zone Number 121
Zone Number 122
Zone Number 123
Zone Number 124
Zone Number 125
Zone Number 126
Zone Number 127
Zone Number 128
Alarm Output
Programmable Output 1
Programmable Output 2
Output Partition Assignment
Output Partition Assignment
Partition Control
Quick Arm Control
Keypad Assignment
Keypad Assignment
Keypad Assignment
Keypad Assignment
Keypad Assignment
Keypad Assignment
Keypad Assignment
Keypad Assignment
Emergency Key
Panic Key
Custom Arming
Custom Arming
Force Arming & Ground Fault
Commercial Fire Mode
Open/Close Report Control
Open/Close/Zone Rprt. Cntrl.
Report Control
Entry Delay Time 1
Entry Delay Time 2
Exit Delay Time
Fire Bell Cutoff
Burglary Bell Cutoff
A/C Fail Report Delay
General Code: Arm Only
General Code: Arm Only
General Code: Arm Only
General Code: Arm Only
Arming Warning
Arming Warning
Arming Warning
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Address
0205
0206
0207
0208
0209
0210
0211
0212
0213
0214
0215
0256
0257
0258
0259
0260
0261
0262
0263
0264
0265
0266
0267
0268
0269
0270
0271
0272
0273
0274
0275
0276
0277
0278
0279
0280
0281
0282
0283
0284
0285
0286
0287
0288
0289
0290
0291
0292
0293
0294
0295
0296
0297
0298
0299
0300
0301
0302
0303
0304
0320
Description
Arming Warning
DS7412 Interface Control
DS7412 Interface Config.
Keypad Partition Assign.
Keypad Partition Assign.
Keypad Partition Assign.
Keypad Partition Assign.
Keypad Partition Assign.
Keypad Partition Assign.
Keypad Partition Assign.
Keypad Partition Assign.
Keypad Fire Alarm Report
Keypad Fire Restoral Report
Zone Func. 1 Alarm Report
Zone Func. 2 Alarm Report
Zone Func. 3 Alarm Report
Zone Func. 4 Alarm Report
Zone Func. 5 Alarm Report
Zone Func. 6 Alarm Report
Zone Func. 7 Alarm Report
Zone Func. 8 Alarm Report
Zone Func. 9 Alarm Report
Zone Func. 10 Alarm Report
Zone Func. 11 Alarm Report
Zone Func. 12 Alarm Report
Zone Func. 13 Alarm Report
Zone Func. 14 Alarm Report
Zone Func. 15 Alarm Report
Keypad Emergency Report
Keypad Panic Report
Zone Func. 1 Restoral Rpt.
Zone Func. 2 Restoral Rpt.
Zone Func. 3 Restoral Rpt.
Zone Func. 4 Restoral Rpt.
Zone Func. 5 Restoral Rpt.
Zone Func. 6 Restoral Rpt.
Zone Func. 7 Restoral Rpt.
Zone Func. 8 Restoral Rpt.
Zone Func. 9 Restoral Rpt.
Zone Func. 10 Restoral Rpt.
Zone Func. 11 Restoral Rpt.
Zone Func. 12 Restoral Rpt.
Zone Func. 13 Restoral Rpt.
Zone Func. 14 Restoral Rpt.
Zone Func. 15 Restoral Rpt.
Zone Func. 1 Trouble Rpt.
Zone Func. 2 Trouble Rpt.
Zone Func. 3 Trouble Rpt.
Zone Func. 4 Trouble Rpt.
Zone Func. 5 Trouble Rpt.
Zone Func. 6 Trouble Rpt.
Zone Func. 7 Trouble Rpt.
Zone Func. 8 Trouble Rpt.
Zone Func. 9 Trouble Rpt.
Zone Func. 10 Trouble Rpt.
Zone Func. 11 Trouble Rpt.
Zone Func. 12 Trouble Rpt.
Zone Func. 13 Trouble Rpt.
Zone Func. 14 Trouble Rpt.
Zone Func. 15 Trouble Rpt.
Open Report
DS7400Xi Ver. 3+ Reference Guide
Address
0321
0322
0323
0324
0325
0326
0327
0328
0329
0330
0331
0332
0333
0334
0335
0336
0337
0338
0339
0340
0494
0495
0496
0498
0500
0502
0504
0506
0508
0510
0512
0514
0516
0518
0520
0522
0524
0526
0528
0529
0530
0531
0532
0534
1248
1249
1250
1251
1252
1253
1254
1255
1256
1257
1258
1259
1260
Description
Close Report
Duress Report
Partial Close Report
First Open After Alarm Rpt.
Low Battery Report
Battery Restoral Report
AC Fail Report
AC Restoral Report
Communicator Test/System Normal Report
Remote Prog. Successful Report
Remote Prog. Unsuccessful Report
Local Prog. Successful Rprt.
Local Prog. Unsuccessful Report
System Trouble Report
Sys. Trouble Restoral Rprt.
Communicator Test/System Off
Normal Report
Exit Error Report
Recent Closing Report
System Test Report
System Test Restoral Report
Phone/ARDIS Routing Cntrl.
Phone/ARDIS Routing Cntrl.
Account Code
Account Code
Account Code
Account Code
Account Code
Account Code
Account Code
Account Code
Account Code
Account Code
Account Code
Account Code
Account Code
Account Code
Account Code
Account Code
Phone Number Gen. Cntrl.
Phone Number 1 Format
Phone Number 2 Format
Phone Answering
Programmer’s Code
Master Code
Zone 1 & 2 Part. Assign.
Zone 3 & 4 Part. Assign.
Zone 5 & 6 Part. Assign.
Zone 7 & 8 Part. Assign.
Zone 9 & 10 Part. Assign.
Zone 11 & 12 Part. Assign.
Zone 13 & 14 Part. Assign.
Zone 15 & 16 Part. Assign.
Zone 17 & 18 Part. Assign.
Zone 19 & 20 Part. Assign.
Zone 21 & 22 Part. Assign.
Zone 23 & 24 Part. Assign.
Zone 25 & 26 Part. Assign.
Address
1261
1262
1263
1264
1265
1266
1267
1268
1269
1270
1271
1272
1273
1274
1275
1276
1277
1278
1279
1280
1281
1282
1283
1284
1285
1286
1287
1288
1289
1290
1291
1292
1293
1294
1295
1296
1297
1298
1299
1300
1301
1302
1303
1304
1305
1306
1307
1308
1309
1310
1311
1456
1457
1458
1459
1460
1461
1462
1463
1464
1465
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Description
Zone 27 & 28 Part. Assign.
Zone 29 & 30 Part. Assign.
Zone 31 & 32 Part. Assign.
Zone 33 & 34 Part. Assign.
Zone 35 & 36 Part. Assign.
Zone 37 & 38 Part. Assign.
Zone 39 & 40 Part. Assign.
Zone 41 & 42 Part. Assign.
Zone 43 & 44 Part. Assign.
Zone 45 & 46 Part. Assign.
Zone 47 & 48 Part. Assign.
Zone 49 & 50 Part. Assign.
Zone 51 & 52 Part. Assign.
Zone 53 & 54 Part. Assign.
Zone 55 & 56 Part. Assign.
Zone 57 & 58 Part. Assign.
Zone 59 & 60 Part. Assign.
Zone 61 & 62 Part. Assign.
Zone 63 & 64 Part. Assign.
Zone 65 & 66 Part. Assign.
Zone 67 & 68 Part. Assign.
Zone 69 & 70 Part. Assign.
Zone 71 & 72 Part. Assign.
Zone 73 & 74 Part. Assign.
Zone 75 & 76 Part. Assign.
Zone 77 & 78 Part. Assign.
Zone 79 & 80 Part. Assign.
Zone 81 & 82 Part. Assign.
Zone 83 & 84 Part. Assign.
Zone 85 & 86 Part. Assign.
Zone 87 & 88 Part. Assign.
Zone 89 & 90 Part. Assign.
Zone 91 & 92 Part. Assign.
Zone 93 & 94 Part. Assign.
Zone 95 & 96 Part. Assign.
Zone 97 & 98 Part. Assign.
Zone 99 & 100 Part. Assign.
Zone 101 & 102 Part. Assign.
Zone 103 & 104 Part. Assign.
Zone 105 & 106 Part. Assign.
Zone 107 & 108 Part. Assign.
Zone 109 & 110 Part. Assign.
Zone 111 & 112 Part. Assign.
Zone 113 & 114 Part. Assign.
Zone 115 & 116 Part. Assign.
Zone 117 & 118 Part. Assign.
Zone 119 & 120 Part. Assign.
Zone 121 & 122 Part. Assign.
Zone 123 & 124 Part. Assign.
Zone 125 & 126 Part. Assign.
Zone 127 & 128 Part. Assign.
Octal Module #1, Relay #1
Octal Module #1, Relay #2
Octal Module #1, Relay #3
Octal Module #1, Relay #4
Octal Module #1, Relay #5
Octal Module #1, Relay #6
Octal Module #1, Relay #7
Octal Module #1, Relay #8
Octal Module #2, Relay #9
Octal Module #2, Relay #10
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Address
1466
1467
1468
1469
1470
1471
1472
1475
1478
1481
1484
1487
1490
1493
1496
1499
1502
1505
1508
1511
1514
1520
1521
1523
1525
1526
1542
1558
1574
1590
1606
1622
1638
1654
1670
1686
1702
1718
1734
1750
1766
1782
1798
1814
1830
1846
1862
1878
1894
1910
1926
1942
1958
1974
1990
2006
2022
2038
2054
Description
Octal Module #2, Relay #11
Octal Module #2, Relay #12
Octal Module #2, Relay #13
Octal Module #2, Relay #14
Octal Module #2, Relay #15
Octal Module #2, Relay #16
Output Function 1
Output Function 2
Output Function 3
Output Function 4
Output Function 5
Output Function 6
Output Function 7
Output Function 8
Output Function 9
Output Function 10
Output Function 11
Output Function 12
Output Function 13
Output Function 14
Output Function 15
Dual Phone Line / Bell Supervision
Module Output
Comm. Test Report Timer
Remote Programmer Timer
Test Report & Remote Programmer
Call-Out
Alpha for Partition 1
Alpha for Partition 2
Alpha for Partition 3
Alpha for Partition 4
Alpha for Partition 5
Alpha for Partition 6
Alpha for Partition 7
Alpha for Partition 8
Alpha for Zone Number 1
Alpha for Zone Number 2
Alpha for Zone Number 3
Alpha for Zone Number 4
Alpha for Zone Number 5
Alpha for Zone Number 6
Alpha for Zone Number 7
Alpha for Zone Number 8
Alpha for Zone Number 9
Alpha for Zone Number 10
Alpha for Zone Number 11
Alpha for Zone Number 12
Alpha for Zone Number 13
Alpha for Zone Number 14
Alpha for Zone Number 15
Alpha for Zone Number 16
Alpha for Zone Number 17
Alpha for Zone Number 18
Alpha for Zone Number 19
Alpha for Zone Number 20
Alpha for Zone Number 21
Alpha for Zone Number 22
Alpha for Zone Number 23
Alpha for Zone Number 24
Alpha for Zone Number 25
Alpha for Zone Number 26
DS7400Xi Ver. 3+ Reference Guide
Address
2070
2086
2102
2118
2134
2150
2166
2182
2198
2214
2230
2246
2262
2278
2294
2310
2326
2342
2358
2374
2390
2406
2422
2438
2454
2470
2486
2502
2518
2534
2550
2566
2582
2598
2614
2630
2646
2662
2678
2694
2710
2726
2742
2758
2774
2790
2806
2822
2838
2854
2870
2886
2902
2918
2934
2950
2966
2982
2998
3014
3030
Description
Alpha for Zone Number 27
Alpha for Zone Number 28
Alpha for Zone Number 29
Alpha for Zone Number 30
Alpha for Zone Number 31
Alpha for Zone Number 32
Alpha for Zone Number 33
Alpha for Zone Number 34
Alpha for Zone Number 35
Alpha for Zone Number 36
Alpha for Zone Number 37
Alpha for Zone Number 38
Alpha for Zone Number 39
Alpha for Zone Number 40
Alpha for Zone Number 41
Alpha for Zone Number 42
Alpha for Zone Number 43
Alpha for Zone Number 44
Alpha for Zone Number 45
Alpha for Zone Number 46
Alpha for Zone Number 47
Alpha for Zone Number 48
Alpha for Zone Number 49
Alpha for Zone Number 50
Alpha for Zone Number 51
Alpha for Zone Number 52
Alpha for Zone Number 53
Alpha for Zone Number 54
Alpha for Zone Number 55
Alpha for Zone Number 56
Alpha for Zone Number 57
Alpha for Zone Number 58
Alpha for Zone Number 59
Alpha for Zone Number 60
Alpha for Zone Number 61
Alpha for Zone Number 62
Alpha for Zone Number 63
Alpha for Zone Number 64
Alpha for Zone Number 65
Alpha for Zone Number 66
Alpha for Zone Number 67
Alpha for Zone Number 68
Alpha for Zone Number 69
Alpha for Zone Number 70
Alpha for Zone Number 71
Alpha for Zone Number 72
Alpha for Zone Number 73
Alpha for Zone Number 74
Alpha for Zone Number 75
Alpha for Zone Number 76
Alpha for Zone Number 77
Alpha for Zone Number 78
Alpha for Zone Number 79
Alpha for Zone Number 80
Alpha for Zone Number 81
Alpha for Zone Number 82
Alpha for Zone Number 83
Alpha for Zone Number 84
Alpha for Zone Number 85
Alpha for Zone Number 86
Alpha for Zone Number 87
Address
3046
3062
3078
3094
3110
3126
3142
3158
3174
3190
3206
3222
3238
3254
3270
3286
3302
3318
3334
3350
3366
3382
3398
3414
3430
3446
3462
3478
3494
3510
3526
3542
3558
3574
3590
3606
3622
3638
3654
3670
3686
3725
3726
3727
3728
3729
3730
3731
3732
3733
3734
3735
3736
3737
3738
3739
3740
4028
4038
4048
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Description
Alpha for Zone Number 88
Alpha for Zone Number 89
Alpha for Zone Number 90
Alpha for Zone Number 91
Alpha for Zone Number 92
Alpha for Zone Number 93
Alpha for Zone Number 94
Alpha for Zone Number 95
Alpha for Zone Number 96
Alpha for Zone Number 97
Alpha for Zone Number 98
Alpha for Zone Number 99
Alpha for Zone Number 100
Alpha for Zone Number 101
Alpha for Zone Number 102
Alpha for Zone Number 103
Alpha for Zone Number 104
Alpha for Zone Number 105
Alpha for Zone Number 106
Alpha for Zone Number 107
Alpha for Zone Number 108
Alpha for Zone Number 109
Alpha for Zone Number 110
Alpha for Zone Number 111
Alpha for Zone Number 112
Alpha for Zone Number 113
Alpha for Zone Number 114
Alpha for Zone Number 115
Alpha for Zone Number 116
Alpha for Zone Number 117
Alpha for Zone Number 118
Alpha for Zone Number 119
Alpha for Zone Number 120
Alpha for Zone Number 121
Alpha for Zone Number 122
Alpha for Zone Number 123
Alpha for Zone Number 124
Alpha for Zone Number 125
Alpha for Zone Number 126
Alpha for Zone Number 127
Alpha for Zone Number 128
Octal Relay Partition Assign.
Octal Relay Partition Assign.
Octal Relay Partition Assign.
Octal Relay Partition Assign.
Octal Relay Partition Assign.
Octal Relay Partition Assign.
Octal Relay Partition Assign.
Octal Relay Partition Assign.
Output Func. Part. Assign.
Output Func. Part. Assign.
Output Func. Part. Assign.
Output Func. Part. Assign.
Output Func. Part. Assign.
Output Func. Part. Assign.
Output Func. Part. Assign.
Output Func. Part. Assign.
Phone Number 1
Phone Number 2
Phone Number 3
Page 86
Index
Symbols
24-Hour Zone 15
4/2 Format 69
A
A/C Fail Report 45
AC Fail Report 19
AC Restoral Report 19
Access Output 16
Access PIN 21
Account Code Programming 50
Ademco AB-12 Bell 68
Alarm on Open 15
Alarm on Short 15
Alarms, Fire 25
Alarms, Invisible 15
Alarms, Silent 15
Alpha Programming 58
Answering Machine Bypass 19
ARDIS 49
Arm Only 46
Arm Only PIN 21
Arming, Custom 1, 14
Arming, Force 1
Arming, Maximum Security 14
Arming, Normal 1, 14
Arming, Perimeter 1, 14
Arming, Perimeter Instant 14
Arming Warning 46
Authority Leve 21
Automatic Arming 24
B
Delayed, Zone Alarm 16
DS7412 47
DS7420i 56
Duress 25
Duress PIN 21
E
Emergency Key 17, 41
Emergency Procedures 25
Enable Remote Programmer Callback 19
Entering a Program Address 31
Entering the Programmer’s Mode 31
Entry Pre-Alert 16
Entry/Exit Delay 15
Error Display 1
Error Display Reset 1
Error Displays 29
Exiting Programmer’s Mode 32
F
Factory Default 32
Fire Key 17
Fire Reset 1
Fire Reset/Fire Trouble 25
Fire Safety 26
Fire Zone 15
Fire Zone with Verification 16
Flow, Water Zone 16
Force Arming 1, 42
G
General PIN 21
Ground Fault 17
Ground Fault Detect 42
Ground Start 16
Battery Restoral Report 19
Battery Test 1
Battery/Sounder Test 27
BFSK Format 70
Bypass, Zone 1
Bypassing Allowed 15
H
C
Input Cross Matrix 55
Interior Entry/Exit Follower 15
Interior Home/Away 15
Interior Instant 15
Invisible Alarms 15
California March Time 18
Call-Out Timer 57
Change a PIN 21
Changing Date 22
Changing Time 23
Chime Mode 1
Close Reports 18
Closing Ring-Back 14
Commercial Fire Mode 18, 43
California March Time 18
Multiple Keypad Use 18
Pulsing Fire Zone 18
Single Keypad Use 18
Temporal 18
Water Flow Zone Delay 18
Common Area 17
Communicator Test 1, 28
Communicator Test/System Normal Report 19
Communicator Test/System Off Normal Report 19
Contact I.D Format 75
Custom Arming 14, 17, 41
HEX values 32
History Readback 28
I
K
Keypad Alarms 26
Keypad Assignment 17, 40
Keypad Fire Alarm 18
Keypad Fire Restoral 18
Keypad Partition 40
Keypad Problems 78
Keypad Sounder Output 16
Keyswitch Input 15
L
Latch on Any Zone Alarm 16
Load Number 20
Local Program Successful Report 19
Local Program Unsuccessful Report 19
Low Battery Report 19
D
M
Day Monitor 15
Default, Factory 32
Defaults 32
Delayed Arming 23
Master Code 53
Master Keypad 30
Master Keypad Arming 30
Master Keypad Disarm 31
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Master Keypad Programming 17
Master PIN 21
Maximum Security Arming 14
Multiple Keypad Use 18
Multiple Zone Input 16
Multiplex Zone 77
N
Normal Arming 14
O
Octal Relay 53
ON during Entry Pre-Alert 16
ON for 10 seconds 16
ON when System is Armed 16
Open/Close Report 44
Output, Access 16
Output Cross Matrix 55
Output Function programming 55
Output, Keypad Sounder 16
Output, Panic/Duress 17
Output Partition 38
Output Partition Assignment 56
Output Programming 16
Output programming 38, 55
P
Pager Format 71
Panic Key 41
Panic/Duress Output 17
Partition Assignment 36
Partition Control 39
Partition Control Programming 17
Perimeter Arming 14
Perimeter Instant Arming 14
Phone Answering 52
Phone Number Programming 63
PIN 21
PIN Expiration Date 22
Program Addresses 84
Programmer’s Code 53
Programming, Master Keypad 17
Programming, Output 16
Programming, Partition Control 17
Programming, Zone 16
Pulsing Fire Zone 18
Remote Program Unsuccessful 19
System Test 19
System Test Restoral 19
System Trouble 19
System Trouble Restoral 19
Restore when Sounders Silence 15
Restore when System Disarms 15
Restore when Zone Restores 15
RS232 Interface 47
S
SIA Format 73
Silent Alarms 15
Single Keypad Use 18
Single Partition Mode 31
Single Zone Input 16
Siren on Communication Fail 15
Special Emergency Key 17
Swinger Shunts 15
System Problems 80
System Status (ready to arm) 16
System Test Report 19
System Test Restoral Report 19
System Trouble Report 19
System Trouble Restoral Report 19
T
Temporal 18
Temporary PIN 21
Test, Communicator 28
Test Report 57
Test, Zone 27
Timer Programming 45, 57
Trouble, Fire 25
Trouble on Open 15
Trouble on Short 15
Troubleshooting Guide 78
U
U. L. Listings 64
Unlimited PIN 21
User Numbe 21
W
Q
Water Flow Zone 16
Water Flow Zone Delay 18
WDSRP 47
Quick Arm Control 39
Z
R
Zone Alarm 16
Zone Alarm Delayed 16
Zone Alarm, Latch on Any 16
Zone Bypass 1, 37
Zone, Fire 15
Zone Problems 79
Zone Programming 16
Zone, Pulsing Fire 18
Zone Test 1, 27
Reading a Program Address 31
Receivers 52
Remote Program Dial-out 28
Remote Program Successful Report 19
Remote Program Unsuccessful Report 19
Report Programming 18, 48
Reporting Problems 79
Reports
AC Fail 19
AC Restoral 19
Battery Restoral 19
Close 18
Communicator Test/System Normal 19
Communicator Test/System Off Normal 19
Keypad Fire Alarm 18
Keypad Fire Restoral 18
Local Program Successful 19
Local Program Unsuccessful 19
Low Battery 19
Remote Program Successful 19
DS7400Xi Ver. 3+ Reference Guide
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PRODUCT UPDATE
Detection Systems, Inc.
130 Perinton Parkway
Fairport, N.Y. 14450
Service (800) 374-7454
Sales (800) 289-0096
(716) 223-4060
CONCERNS:
U.L.C. Commercial Fire Applications
AFFECTS:
DS7400Xi Control Panel
DATED:
February 16, 1996
®
DS7400Xi Reference Guide Addendum
For DS7400Xi Underwriters Laboratories of Canada (U.L.C.) Commercial Fire Applications, the following
two modifications are required:
1. Do not use the enclosed transformer, instead use a CSA approved Class 2 transformer that is
approved for fire monitoring station applications, such as the Basler S19591-0028.
2. Connect the earth ground terminal of the DS7400Xi control panel and the door and to the threaded
ground stud on the base of the enclosure, as shown below. Also connect the earth ground of the
transformer to the threaded ground stud on the base of the enclosure.
DS7400Xi
Ground tab
Control/Communicator
Threaded
ground stud
AE1 or AE2 Enclosure
Threaded
ground stud
DS7400Xi
Control/Communicator
AE3 or AE4 Enclosure
P/N 31005B.1
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