SPEC SHEET
DMP Fire Command Keypads provide a variety of
fire annunciation solutions for residential and
commercial fire applications.
Using the 692F Fire Command Keypad, alarm
and trouble conditions on XR5FC and XR5SL
Commercial Fire Panels display on the highly visible
LED annunciator.
Simple one-button operation to silence alarms,
reset sensors, test the system, and perform a fire
drill make the 630F easy to operate.
The 630F, 690F, and 790F Fire Command
keypads from DMP 32-character full text LCD
readout displays system events and menu prompts
that make the keypads efficient and easy-to-use.
692F, 630F, 690F, AND 790F
DMP FIRE COMMAND KEYPADS
FIRE COMMAND CENTER FEATURES
• Simple harness connection to 4-wire keypad bus
• At-a-glance system status
• Powered from panel or auxiliary power supply
• Optional backboxes for conduit or wall mount applications
• Attractive non-obtrusive designs
• 2-button Panic keys
692F FEATURES
• Three status LEDs: Silenced, Trouble, and Power
• 10 zone LEDs: 5 Trouble LEDs and 5 Alarm LEDs
• No addressing required - use as many as you need
• Zone monitoring feature for all zones
• Four short tones indicate an unsuccessful keypad operation
• Audible tone on each key press
• Quick key on keypad for changing user code
• Zone LEDs: Normal, Trouble, Bypassed, and Alarm conditions
630F FEATURES
• 32-character LCD display
• Flush or Surface mount
• Keyswitch enables single button operation
• Full operation with authorized code
• Built-in diagnostics
• AC Power, Trouble, Alarm LED
• Compatible with XR2400F, XR200, or XR200-485
• System events in plain English
690F/790F FEATURES
• 32-character LCD display
• Compatible with all DMP panels
• 790F keypads provide four Class B zones
• Displays system events/user activity
• AC power LED
SPEC SHEET
RETROFIT EXISTING DMP
SYSTEMS
Designed to allow easy retrofitting, the
Fire Command™ keypads are compatible
with all existing DMP panels. DMP recommends
using the 692F with the XR5 panel. Adding a
keypad does not require new wiring, special
modules, or panel upgrades. You can provide
a new look and greater functionality to an
existing system at just a fraction of the cost
for all new equipment.
2-BUTTON PANIC KEYS
The Fire Command Keypads allow the top
row of keys to be used as 2-button Panic
keys. This feature lets the user press and
hold two of the keys simultaneously to
send a Panic, non-medical Emergency
(options not available on 692F), or Fire
Alarm report to the central station. An
adhesive label is provided with the
keypads to identify the Panic keys to the
user.
KEYBOARD BACKLIGHTING
The Fire Command keypads also
illuminate the keyboard in green
whenever a key is pressed or the internal
buzzer sounds. This allows users to enter
their code or perform a command function
in very low light conditions. This option is not
available on the 630F Keypad.
RED ALARM BACKLIGHTING
The keypads offer one of the most unique
features found on any keypad. During an
alarm condition on the system, the
keyboard backlighting turns a bright red.
This change in color from the normal
green backlighting helps people on-site
to instantly recognize an alarm condition. This
option is not available on the 630F Keypad.
BUILT-IN DIAGNOSTICS
An internal diagnostics program lets
installers and service technicians test the
operation of the keypad at any time
without disabling the system. The
diagnostics program tests the keypad’s
prewarn tone, LCD segments and
backlighting, each of the keyboard’s 16
keys, and the 790F keypad’s four
protection zones. This option is not available
on the 692F Keypad.
SUPERVISED AND
UNSUPERVISED
OPERATION
You can program the keypads for
supervised or unsupervised operation on
the keypad data bus. When supervised,
the keypad occupies its own address.
Unsupervised operation allows you to
install multiple keypads on the bus with
the same address. This feature greatly
increases the overall number of keypads
you can install to provide maximum
flexibility in operating the system. The 692F
is always unsupervised.
692F FIRE COMMAND
KEYPAD
The 692F Fire Command Keypad offers
highly visible LED annunciation of alarm
and trouble conditions on DMP XR5FC and
XR5SL Commercial Fire Panels. The 692F
provides individual zone alarm and
trouble LEDs, status LEDs, an internal
buzzer, 2-button functions.
The 692F also includes an easy-to-read
backlit keyboard with large alphanumeric
characters. The 692F is cased in a stylishly
designed, durable red plastic housing with
removable base for easy installation.
STATUS LEDS
The green Power LED lights when primary AC
or DC power to the panel is at an acceptable
level and flashes when its battery is low or
missing. A yellow Trouble LED turns on when
either the panel has failed to communicate
with the central station receiver or when
phone line 1 or 2 is in a bad condition. The
692F also uses a yellow Silenced LED to
indicate when the panel's Bell Output has been
silenced.
ZONE LEDS
Ten zone LEDs indicate the status of the
zones. Each zone has a trouble and alarm
LED to indicate at-a-glance zone status.
KEYPAD FUNCTION KEYS
There are four clearly labeled function
keys on the 692F keypad. The SILENCE,
RESET, TEST, and CODE function keys
allow the user to press one key to initiate
operations. As an added security measure, the
user must enter a valid security code after
pressing one of the function keys.
SPEC SHEET
630F REMOTE
ANNUNCIATOR
The 630F Fire Command Center from DMP
offers high quality, cost effective fire
system control with an easy-to-use
keyboard interface. The 32-character full
text LCD readout displays system events
and menu prompts making the 630F keyboard
efficient and easy-to-use.
690F/790F FIRE COMMAND
KEYPADS
Both 690F and 790F Fire Command
keypads provide a 32-character LCD
display, a large backlit alphanumeric
keyboard, and an internal multi-tone
speaker. Users can perform all system functions
from the keypads including arming, disarming,
bypassing zones, and silencing alarms as well
as choosing any of the User Menu options.
SINGLE-BUTTON OPERATION
The 630F Fire Command Center Keyboard has
a factory installed keyswitch that enables the
four function buttons—Alarm Silence, System
Reset, System Test, and Fire Drill. The user
can also access these functions through the
User Menu by entering a valid user code at
the Keyboard.
The 790F Security Command Keypad also
provides four Class B protection zones for use
in a variety of fire applications.
FOUR PROTECTION ZONES
To save the expense and potential service
problems inherent in “home-running” your
security devices to the panel, the 790F Fire
Command Keypad provides four fully
programmable Class B protection zones you
can use for a variety of burglary and fire
applications.
Multiple Fire Command keypads can also be
installed on the same wire run to increase the
cost savings of each installation.
USER MENU
Users can access all of the functions necessary
to operate and maintain their system right
from the keyboard User Menu. These function
include Alarm Silence, Reset Sensors, and
Display Events.
MOUNTING
The 630F comes with its own backbox and
trim frame, providing an attractive
installation. The keypad can either be flushmounted or surface-mounted.
USER SELECTABLE OPTIONS
Each keypad provides a simple User
Options menu through which users can
change the display and speaker
characteristics of the keypad. Simply
holding the COMMAND and Back Arrow
keys down for two seconds causes the
keypad to display SET BRIGHTNESS. Once
in the menu, the user can adjust the several
options to customize the keypad for personal
preferences.
DISTINCT SOUND PATTERNS
The 690F and 790F Fire Command Keypads
also provide distinct sound patterns or burglary
alerts, fire alerts, door monitors, and prewarn
that can help users identify an event occurring
on their system.
USER MENU
Users can access all of the functions necessary
to operate and maintain their system right
from the keyboard User Menu. These function
include Alarm Silence, Reset Sensors, and
Display Events. The User Menu is restricted so
that a valid user code is required before access
is granted to any of the functions. This
protection allows you to install the keyboard
in even high traffic public areas without
danger of unauthorized access.
SPEC SHEET
KEYPAD REFERENCE CHART
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Zone s DTisypple
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Compatible
P ane ls
Ke yboard
Use r
Ope rating
Re d in A larm Brightne ss Voltage
Ope rating
Curre nt
630F Fire Command None
LC D
Yes
XR200, XR2400F,
and XR200-485
No
Yes
1 2 V DC
100m A ; 100m A
690F Fire Command None
LC D
Yes
A ll
Yes
Yes
1 2 V DC
100m A ; 100m A
692F Fire Command None
L ED
Yes
XR5FC/SL
No
Yes
1 2 V DC
30m A ; 70m A
790F Fire Command
LC D
Yes
A ll
Yes
Yes
1 2 V DC
1 0 0 m A + 1 .6 m A
per active zone;
100m A + 2m A per
zone in alarm
Four
692F SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Voltage
8.5 to 15 VDC
Current Draw
30mA standby, 70mA maximum
Dimensions
6.8” W x 5.0” H x 1.1” D
Panel Compatibility
XR5FC and XR5SL
630F SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Voltage
8.5 to 15 VDC
Current Draw
100mA
Trim Frame Dimensions 10.4” W x 7.0” H x 1.7” D
Backbox Dimensions
8.75” W x 6.375” H x 2.5” D
Panel Compatibility
XR200, XR2400F, and XR200-485
690F/790F SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Voltage
8.0 to 16 VDC.
690F Current Draw
100mA standby and alarm
790F Current Draw
Standby: 100mA
+ 1.6mA per zone
Alarm: 100mA
+ 2mA per active zone
Dimensions
6.8” W x 5.0” H x 1.1” D
Panel Compatibility
All DMP Command Processor™
Panels
800 - 641 - 4282
KEYPAD ACCESSORIES
695
1.5” Keypad Conduit Backbox
696
1/2" Keypad Backbox
699
Keypad Deskstand
WR-0004 4-wire Replacement Harness
WR-0012 12-wire Replacement Harness
WR-0512 5-foot 12-wire Replacement Harness
LCD Keypad Housing
LED Keypad Housing
Note: Backboxes not compatible with 630F.
APPROVALS
• UL 864 Control Units for Fire Protective Signaling
• UL 985 Household Fire
• UL 294 Access Control
• UL 985 Household Fire Warning
• UL 1076 Proprietary Burglar
• UL 1023 Household Burglar
• UL 1610 Central Station
• CSFM
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