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About This Manual
This manual describes the programming parameters available to the D2112 and D2112E Control/
Communicator. This manual follows the organization of the D2112 product handler in the D5200
Programmer. The D2112 product handler programs both the D2112 and the D2112E.
Each programming section, program item and its page number is listed in the table of contents on the
following pages.
Throughout the rest of this manual, programming prompts are shown in outlined italic letters. For
example, Phone 1.
Use the D2112/D2112E Program Record Sheet (74-07114-000) to record your program entries.
For a more complete understanding of the D2112 Control/Communicator, read the following manuals
in addition to this program entry guide:
D2112 and D2112E Installation Manual
Security System User's Guide
Other Lettering Conventions used in this manual…
D6500 reports are shown in “typewriter style” letters. For example, AC FAILED indicates the report
sent when the panel reports an AC power failure.
Using this Guide for Keypad Programming
A box similar to the one below appears on each page of this guide. It shows the lights on the Keypad
that indicate the group you are programming.
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Numbered lights indicate the current program item.
For an explanation of Keypad Programming, see the last page of this manual.
Default Entries and Selections for Keypad Programming are shown in shaded areas. In addition,
information that is specific to Keypad Programming is also shown in shaded areas in this manual
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WarningÁ Text next to the padlock icon warns you that changing the entry for the
prompt you’re programming can lock you out of programming from the keypad.
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Table of Contents
1. ACCOUNT ------------------------------------------- 1
1 Account Number .......................... 1
2 Phone 1 ....................................... 1
3 Phone 2 ....................................... 1
4 RAM Phone ................................. 2
5 RAM Passcode............................ 2
6 Instlr Code ................................... 3
7 ACCOUNT Grp Lock ................... 3
8 Return to Default.......................... 3
2. PHONE ----------------------------------------------- 4
1 DTMF Dialing............................... 4
2 Answer Armed ............................. 4
3 Answer Disarmed ........................ 4
4 Answer Machine .......................... 5
5 Program Lock .............................. 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Bell Time....................................19
Single Ring.................................19
Alarm on 2 Fail ...........................19
Test Intrvl ...................................20
Hours to Next .............................20
Minutes to Next ..........................20
Defer Test Rpt............................21
10. POINT CODES-----------------------------------22
1 Point 1........................................22
2 Point 2........................................22
3 Point 3........................................22
4 Point 4........................................22
5 Point 5........................................22
6 Point 6........................................22
7 Point 7........................................22
8 Point 8........................................22
3. RECEIVER FORMAT ----------------------------- 6
1 Rcvr Format................................. 6
2 Fire Group ................................... 9
3 Non-Fire Group............................ 9
4 Pt Trbl Group............................... 9
5 Restoral Group ............................ 9
6 Closing Group.............................. 9
7 Opening Group ............................ 9
8 Cancel Group .............................. 9
Recommended Point Codes---------------------25
4. RPT GROUPS FOR PULSE -------------------10
1 Sys Trbl Group .......................... 10
2 Sys Res Group .......................... 11
3 Duress Group ............................ 11
12. RELAY PARAMETERS,
Keypad Programming Only ----------------29
1 Relay 1, Func 1 Parameter.........29
2 Relay 1, Func 2 Parameter.........29
3 Relay 2, Func 1 Parameter.........29
4 Relay 2, Func 2 Parameter.........29
5. REPORTS-------------------------------------------12
1 Delay Alrm Rpt .......................... 12
2 Cancel Rpt................................. 12
3 Restoral Rpts............................. 12
4 Delay Res Rpts.......................... 12
5 AC Fail Buzz/Rpt ....................... 13
6. SYSTEM OPTIONS ------------------------------14
1 Disable System.......................... 14
2 Excursion................................... 14
3 Keyswitch .................................. 15
7. OPEN/CLOSE -------------------------------------16
1 Entry Dly Time ........................... 16
2 Exit Dly Time ............................. 16
3 Exit Tone ................................... 16
4 O/C Rpts-All On......................... 16
5 O/C Rpts-Part On ...................... 17
6 Restricted O/C ........................... 17
7 Bell Test .................................... 17
11. RELAYS -------------------------------------------26
1 Relay 1, Func 1 ..........................26
2 Relay 1, Func 2 ..........................26
3 Relay 2, Func 1 ..........................26
4 Relay 2, Func 2 ..........................26
5 Relay 1 Logic .............................28
6 Relay 2 Logic .............................28
13. USER CONFIGURATION ---------------------30
1 Usr Tst, Bell ...............................30
2 Usr Tst, Battery ..........................30
3 Usr Tst, Comm...........................30
4 Passcode Length........................31
5 Code 8 = Duress ........................31
6 Passcode Rquired ......................31
7 Change Passcode ......................31
14. PASSCODES, D5200 and Remote
Programming Only! ---------------------------32
1 Usr# Type ..................................32
2 Usr# Passcode...........................32
Keypad Programming -----------------------------33
8. A,B,C KEYS ----------------------------------------18
1 A-Key Report ............................. 18
2 B-Key Report ............................. 18
3 C-Key Report............................. 18
4 A-Key Alarm Output................... 18
5 B-Key Alarm Output................... 18
6 C-Key Alarm Output................... 18
9. BELL & TEST TIMER ---------------------------19
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1. ACCOUNT
The ACCOUNT Group contains sensitive account information. Use the ACCOUNT Grp Lock prompt
in this group to prevent access to the group when programming from the keypad. If you are
programming from a keypad, take care not to inadvertently lock yourself out.
1 Account Number
Default:
Selections:
0000
0000
0 to 9, B to F
0 to 9, B to F
Enter four characters for the Account Number to transmit to the receiver. Enter leading zeroes (0)
for account numbers less than four digits. For example, Enter 0123 for account number 123.
Programming from the Keypad? See Keypad Programming on the last page of this manual for
instructions on entering letters, and special characters.
2 Phone 1
Default:
Selections:
Blank
Blank
0 to 9, C, D, #, *, Blank
0 to 9, A (=#), B (=*), C, D, Blank
Enter up to 19 characters for each phone number. The # and * characters only work when the panel
is DTMF dialing. The panel dials these characters just as if you pressed them on a telephone keypad.
If you program a # or * to disable call waiting, warn your customer that canceling their call waiting
service will require a change to their security system.
C produces a 3 second dial delay.
D produces a 7 second dial tone wait. If the panel detects dial tone before the 7 second delay
expires, it continues dialing immediately.
3 Phone 2
Default:
Selections:
Blank
Blank
0 to 9, C, D, #, *, Blank
0 to 9, A (=#), B (=*), C, D, Blank
Use the same programming selection guidelines as shown in Phone 1.
Phone 2 is a backup receiver phone number the panel dials in the event it can't communicate using
the Phone 1 number. Leaving both Phone 1 and Phone 2 blank creates a local system with no
reports transmitted.
If Phone 2 is left blank, five attempts are made to Phone 1. If DTMF Dialing is set to Yes, the first
two attempts are DTMF dialed and the remaining three are pulse dialed. If both numbers are
programmed the panel dials as shown on the following page.
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1
2
3
4
5
Phone Number
Phone Number 1
Phone Number 1
Phone Number 2
Phone Number 2
Phone Number 1
Dial Format
DTMF
DTMF
DTMF
Pulse
Pulse
Attempt
6
7
8
9
10
11
Phone Number
Dial Format
Phone Number 2
Pulse
Phone Number 1
Pulse
Phone Number 2
Pulse
Phone Number 1
Pulse
Phone Number 2
Pulse
Communication Fail Event
4 RAM Phone
Default:
Selections:
Blank
Blank
0 to 9, C, D, #, *, Blank
0 to 9, A (#), B (*), C, D, Blank
Enter up to 19 characters for the panel to dial to reach a remote programmer. The # and * characters
only work when the panel is DTMF dialing. The panel dials these characters just as if you pressed
them on a telephone keypad.
If you program a # or * to disable call waiting, warn your customer that canceling the service will
require a change to their security system.
C produces a 3 second dial delay.
D produces a 7 second dial tone wait. If the panel detects dial tone before the 7 second delay
expires, it continues dialing immediately.
Remote Programming Initiated from the keypad (Key 2 + passcode)
If RAM Phone is blank – After Key 2 is pressed and the passcode is entered, the D2112 seizes
the phone line and waits for the remote programmer handshake.
If RAM Phone is programmed with a phone number – After Key 2 is pressed and the passcode
is entered, the panel seizes the phone line, dials the RAM Phone number and waits for the
remote programmer handshake.
Programming from the Keypad? See Keypad Programming on the last page of this manual for
instructions on entering letters, and special characters.
5 RAM Passcode
Default:
Selections:
999999
999999
0 to 9, A to F
0 to 9, A to F
Six characters required. Remote programmers send this code to the panel to gain access to the
panel.
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6 Instlr Code
Default:
Selections:
654321
654321
0 to 9, Blank
0 to 9
Installers enter this code to perform keypad programming. They can also use it to perform tests and
to change passcodes. You can not use the installer's passcode to turn the system off.
The installer passcode always requires six digits. Even when the Passcode Length prompt (in
USER CONFIGURATION) is less than 6, you must enter 6 digits here. If you enter less than 6 digits
and increase the Passcode Length later, the Installer Code is disabled.
The programmers and the user “Change Passcode” feature will not let you program the same
passcode for the installer and a user. When you are programming from the keypad, however, the
system does not prevent programming the same passcode for the installer and a user.
Use the D5200 or Remote Programmer to fill this prompt with spaces to disable the installer
passcode.
7 ACCOUNT Grp Lock
Default:
Selections:
No
0
Yes, No
1,0
Programming ACCOUNT Grp Lock Yes, locks the ACCOUNT Group. This prevents keypad
programming access to all of the items in the ACCOUNT Group.
You must use the D5200 programmer or a remote programmer to regain access to the ACCOUNT
Group.
WarningÁ Programming from the Keypad?
Don't lock yourself out of the ACCOUNT Group by changing this entry to 1. Changes to
this program item take effect when you exit the ACCOUNT Group.
8 Return to Default
(Keypad Programming Only)
Default:
This prompt only appears when
programming from the Keypad.
Selections:
0
1,0
This prompt only appears during Keypad programming. Entering 1 returns all prompts to their factory
defaults. The change occurs when you press the Modify key after making your entry. See Keypad
Programming on the last page of this manual for instructions on using the Modify key.
The DataLock code does not return to its default. DataLock codes can only be changed using the
D5200 programmer or a remote programmer.
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2. PHONE
The PHONE Group contains prompts that configure the system for dialing and receiving on the
telephone line. It also contains the Program Lock prompt which disables keypad programming.
1 DTMF Dialing
Default:
Selections:
Yes
1
Yes, No
1,0
When DTMF Dialing is set to Yes, the panel dials in the DTMF (Dual Tone Multi-Frequency) format.
If the system can not communicate with the receiver it switches to the pulse dialing. See Phone 1,
Phone 2 in the ACCOUNT Group for details of the dialing sequence .
When DTMF Dialing is set to No the panel pulse dials.
2 Answer Armed
Default:
Selections:
0
0
0 to 15
0 to 15
Set the number rings you would like the D2112 to wait before seizing the phone line for a remote
programming session when the system is All On (armed).
The D2112 will not seize the phone line when the system is All On (armed) if this prompt is set to 0
(zero).
When Answer Machine is programmed Yes, the entry in Answer Armed has no effect.
3 Answer Disarmed
Default:
Selections:
0
0
0 to 15
0 to 15
Set the number rings you would like the D2112 to wait before seizing the phone line for a remote
programming session when the system is Off (disarmed), Part On, All On with no delay, or Part On
with no delay.
If this prompt is set to 0 (zero), the D2112 will not seize the phone line when the system is Off
(disarmed), Part On, or On with no delay.
When Answer Machine is programmed Yes, the entry in Answer Disarmed has no effect.
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4 Answer Machine
Default:
Selections:
No
0
Yes, No
1, 0
Set this prompt to Yes to enable the D2112's answering machine bypass feature.
When Answer Machine is programmed Yes, you must set the answering machine to pick up the
phone on four or more rings. This feature does not work if the answering machine is set for the “Toll
Saver” mode.
When Answer Machine is programmed Yes, the panel picks up the phone for a remote
programming session if it detects the following events in order:
1.
Events Detected at the
Panel
What you do from the Remote Programmer
2 rings.
Dial the panel phone number.
Listen for two rings.
Hang up.
2.
30 seconds with no rings.
Wait 30 seconds.
3.
2 rings.
Re-dial the panel phone number.
Listen for two rings.
Hang up.
4.
30 seconds with no rings.
Wait 30 seconds.
After the above events occur,
the D2112 picks up on the first
ring.
Re-dial the panel phone number.
When the 2112 picks up the phone, begin
remote programming.
5 Program Lock
Default:
Selections:
No
0
Yes, No
1, 0
Set this prompt to Yes to prevent programming from the keypad. Use the D5200 or a remote
programmer to re-activate keypad programming.
WarningÁ Programming from the Keypad?
Don't accidentally lock yourself out of the panel's keypad programming feature by
changing this entry to 1. Changes to this program item take effect when you exit keypad
programming.
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3. RECEIVER FORMAT
1 Rcvr Format
Default:
Selections:
Modem
1
Modem, Pulse
1, 0
Set Rcvr Format to Modem to transmit reports in Radionics Modem II format with its advanced
reporting capabilities. The D6500 line card ack tone table must contain “Modem II for D9112.” See
the 6500:Line Program Entry Guide. The Modem II Reports Chart shows reports available.
Set Rcvr Format to Pulse to transmit in 4x2 Pulse format. Be sure to program codes for each Report
Group. See Pulse Report Groups and the Pulse Report Group Tables.
Modem II Reports Chart
Modem II Report
Description
AC FAILURE
No AC power to system. Panel is running on battery
AC RESTORE
AC Power is restored.
ALARM REPORT
POINT 001 (-099)
Alarm report from points 1 to 8 or from an A, B, C, key. See A, B, C KEYS
for instructions on setting reports from the keys.
BATTERY LOW
System battery is low.
BATTERY MISSING
System battery is missing.
BATTERY RESTORE
Missing or low battery is restored.
CANCEL REPORT
Cancel report from keyswitch.
CANCEL REPORT
ID 001 (-008)
Cancel report with user ID for users 1 to 8.
CLOSING REPORT
Closing report when passcode is not used. See the Passcode Rquired
prompt in the USER CONFIGURATION Group. Using a keyswitch or a
remote programmer also sends this closing report with no user ID.
CLOSING REPORT
ID 001 (-008)
Closing report with user ID for users 1 to 8.
COMM RESTORAL
Successful communication after a communication failure event. See
Phone 1, Phone 2 in ACCOUNT.
DURESS
ID 008
Passcode 8 used to turn the system On , turn the system Off, or to silence
an alarm. See the Code 8 = Duress prompt in the USER
CONFIGURATION Group.
FIRE ALARM
POINT 001 (-008)
Fire Alarm report from points 1 to 8.
OPENING REPORT
Turning the system Off with a keyswitch or a remote programmer sends
this opening report with no user ID.
Chart continues on next page.
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OPENING REPORT
Opening report with user ID for users 1 to 8.
ID 001 (-008)
PERM INST ARMED
Remote programmer used to turn the system Part On with No Delays, or
user turned the system Part On with No Delays and no passcode is
required. See Passcode Rquired in USER CONFIGURATION.
PERM INST ARMED
ID 001 (-008)
User with ID shown (1 to 8) turned the system Part On with No Delays.
PERM DLAY ARMED
Remote programmer used to turn the system Part On (with Delays), or
user turned the system Part On with Delays and no passcode is required.
See Passcode Rquired in USER CONFIGURATION.
PERM DLAY ARMED
ID 001 (-008)
User with ID shown (1 to 8) turned the system Part On (with Delays).
POINT BYPASS
POINT 001 (-008)
Point 1 to 8 bypassed. Points can be bypassed from the keypad or from a
remote programmer. Bypass reports are only sent when Opening and
Closing reports are enabled in the OPEN/CLOSE Group.
RAM ACCESS OK
Normal remote programmer session termination.
RAM ACCESS FAIL
Remote programmer made connection with panel, but passcode was
incorrect, or call was not terminated with a Goodbye or ResetBye.
RESTORAL REPORT
POINT 001 (-008)
Restoral report from points 1 to 8.
RESTORAL REPORT
POINT 098
Short removed from terminal 9, Aux Power.
D2112E: Fuse restored.
RESTORAL REPORT
POINT 099
Short removed from terminal 6, Alarm Output.
D2112E: Fuse restored.
RE-BOOT
Panel reset with the Standby Pin (See D2112 Installation Manual) or a
remote programmer.
SWINGER BYPASS
POINT 001 (-008)
Point 1 to 8 bypassed automatically by the system after 4 alarms or
troubles in one armed or disarmed period. Use the point code to program
this feature by point. See the POINT CODES Group.
TEST REPORT
Automatic test timer report.
TROUBLE REPORT
POINT 001 (-008)
Trouble on points 1 to 8, Fire and Non-Fire combined.
TROUBLE REPORT
POINT 098
Short on terminal 9, Aux Power.
D2112E: Fuse open.
TROUBLE REPORT
POINT 099
Short on terminal 6, Alarm Output.
D2112E: Fuse open.
USR CODE TAMPER
This report transmitted after 6 attempts to enter an invalid passcode.
WATCHDOG RESET
System automatically reset. Call Radionics if reports persist.
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If you choose Modem format, skip to the REPORTS Group. The prompts in the remainder
of this group and RPT GROUPS FOR PULSE have no meaning for the Modem format.
Pulse Report Groups
If you select the pulse format you also need to set the report code for each report group. D2112 pulse
4x2 reports consist of a 4 digit account number, a one digit report group code, and a one digit point or
user number.
For example, a panel with the Account Number prompt set to 1213, the Rcvr Format prompt set to
pulse, the Fire Group prompt set to 3, and point 1 programmed as a fire point would send the
following report for an alarm on point 1.
1213 3 1
Account Number
Point, User
Report Group
Use the Pulse Report Group Tables on the next 2 pages to designate Report Group codes for this
installation.
WarningÁ Do not duplicate report group codes. You will not be able to
distinguish reports from groups with duplicated codes.
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Pulse Report Group Table 1
Table 1 shows the Report Group prompts in this programming group. There are more Report Group
prompts in the next programming group, RPT GROUPS FOR PULSE, on the next 2 pages.
Report Group
2 Fire Group
3 Non-Fire Group
Default /
Selections
0
0 - 9, B - F
0
0 - 9, B - F
Point,
User
Number
Description
1 to 8
Fire alarm from points 1 to 8.
0 to 9
Fire alarm from key A, B, or C. See A,B,C
Keys Group.
1 to 8
Non-Fire alarm from points 1 to 8.
0 to 9
Non-Fire alarm from key A, B, or C. See
A,B,C Keys Group.
4 Pt Trbl Group
0
0 - 9, B - F
1 to 8
Trouble, bypass, or swinger bypass on
points 1 to 8, Fire and Non-Fire combined.
5 Restoral Group
0
0 - 9, B - F
1 to 8
Restoral on points 1 to 8, Fire and NonFire combined.
6 Closing Group
0
0 - 9, B - F
0
Closing report when passcode not
required to turn system on (see Passcode
Required prompt), or keyswitch is used.
1 to 8
Closing report with user ID for users 1 to
8.
0
Opening report when keyswitch is used,
or Part On no delay, or Part On with
delay.
7 Opening Group
0
0 - 9, B - F
1 to 8
Opening report with user ID for users 1 to
8.
8 Cancel Group
0
0 - 9, B - F
0
1 to 8
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4. RPT GROUPS FOR PULSE
You only need to set the prompts in this group if you are transmitting reports to the receiver in the
Pulse format. See RECEIVER FORMAT Group.
Pulse Report Group Table 2
Table 2 shows the Report Group prompts in this programming group. There are more Report Groups
in the previous programming group, RECEIVER FORMAT. Table 2 continues on the next page.
Report Group
1 Sys Trbl Group
Default /
Selections
0
0 - 9, B - F
Point,
User
Number
Description
1
Reports an unsuccessful attempt to
connect a remote programmer.
2
Automatic test timer report
3
The system automatically reset. Call
Radionics if reports persist.
4
Short on terminal 9, Aux Power.
D2112E: Fuse Open.
5
Short on terminal 6, Alarm Output.
D2112E: Fuse Open.
6
Reports battery is missing.
7
Reports battery is low.
8
No AC power to system. Panel is running
on battery.
Table continues on next page.
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Table 2 shows additional Report Group prompts available in this programming group for pulse
reporting. The table begins on the previous page.
Report Group
2 Sys Res Group
3 Duress Group
Default /
Selections
0
0 - 9, B - F
0
0 - 9, B - F
Point,
User
Number
1
Successful connection to a remote
programmer.
2
Successful communication after a
communication failure event. See the
Phone 1, Phone 2 prompts.
3
Panel reset with the Stand-By Switch (See
the D2112 Installation Manual) or a
remote programmer.
4
Short removed from terminal 9, Aux
Power.
D2112E: Fuse Restored.
5
Short removed from terminal 6, Alarm
Output.
D2112E: Fuse Restored.
6
Not used.
7
Reports missing or low battery restored.
8
AC power is restored.
1 to 3
Not used
4
This report transmitted after 6 attempts to
enter an invalid passcode.
5
Duress passcode entered at keypad. See
Code 8 = Duress.
7,8
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5. REPORTS
Use the prompts in this group to select and configure reporting options.
1 Delay Alrm Rpt
Default:
Selections:
0
0
0 to 255
0 to 255
Delay Alrm Rpt helps prevent false alarm reports. Reporting characteristics for individual points are
programmed in digit two of the Point Code.
For points programmed with 2, 3, 7, or 8 in digit two, the system waits the seconds entered at the
Delay Alrm Rpt prompt before transmitting alarm reports to the receiver. If a user enters a passcode
to silence an alarm or turns the system off before Delay Alrm Rpt expires, no alarm, cancel, or
restoral reports are sent to the receiver.
Zero (0) disables the Delay Alrm Rpt feature for all points.
2 Cancel Rpt
Default:
Selections:
Yes
1
Yes, No
1, 0
Set the Cancel Rpt prompt to Yes to enable cancel reports. If a user turns the system off after an
alarm, but before bell time expires, the alarm report is followed by a cancel report.
If the user turns the system off before Delay Alrm Rpt time expires the panel sends no alarm,
cancel, or restoral report.
3 Restoral Rpts
Default:
Selections:
Yes
1
Yes, No
1, 0
Set the Restoral Rpts prompt to Yes to send restoral reports to the receiver for all points. The
system sends restoral reports when points return to normal (not faulted) after an alarm or trouble
report.
Set the Restoral Rpts prompt to No to prevent the system from sending restoral reports for any
point.
4 Delay Res Rpts
Default:
Selections:
No
0
Yes, No
1, 0
Set the Delay Res Rpts prompt to Yes to delay sending restoral reports until bell time expires.
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5 AC Fail Buzz/Rpt
Default:
No Buzz, No Report
0
Selections:
No Buzz, No Report
Buzz, No Report
Buzz, Report
Buzz, Tag-Along Rpt
0
1
2
3
The D2112 monitors AC power. When AC power to terminals 1 and 2 is interrupted the D2112 waits
60 seconds. If AC power is not restored within 60 seconds it provides the response programmed in
AC Fail Buzz/Rpt.
When set to No Buzz, No Report the system only winks the OK light at the keypad to indicate a
system trouble. It does not sound the trouble tone or send a report to the receiver.
When set to Buzz, No Report the system winks the OK light at the keypad to indicate a system
trouble and sounds the trouble tone. No report is sent to the receiver.
When set to Buzz, Report the system winks the OK light at the keypad, sounds the trouble tone, and
sends an AC Fail report to the receiver.
When set to Buzz, Tag-Along Rpt the system winks the OK light and sounds the trouble tone at the
keypad after 60 seconds. It sends an AC Fail report to the receiver as a tag along with the next report
sent to the receiver.
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6. SYSTEM OPTIONS
Use the prompts in this group to select and configure system options and functions.
1
Disable System
Default:
Selections:
No
0
Yes, No
1, 0
Set this prompt to Yes to disable the system. Point processing stops and the keypad stops
functioning. The OK light winks to indicate a system trouble.
WarningÁ You cannot enable the system from the keypad after setting this
prompt to Yes. The system turns off all user and installer functions.
You must use the D5200 programmer or a remote programmer to enable the system after
using this prompt to disable it.
2 Excursion
Default:
Disabled
0
Selections:
Disabled
All Inst
Part Inst
All & Part
0
1
2
3
Use Excursion to select the armed state(s) when the user can access the “Step Outside” feature.
All Inst only allows users access to the Excursion function when All of the system is On with No
Delay (instant).
Part Inst only allows users access to the Excursion function when Part of the system is On with No
Delay (instant).
All & Part allows users access to the Excursion function when either All or Part of the system is On
with No Delay (instant).
The Excursion feature allows users to exit through a delayed door without having to turn the system
off. Users might use this feature to answer the door or retrieve the morning paper.
If you enable the Excursion feature, pressing the Clear key at the keypad when the system is On
with No Delay starts the Exit delay tone (if Exit Tone is programmed Yes) and bypasses all points
programmed for delay (digit 1 of point code is 6 or 8). The rest of the system remains On. The tone
and bypass remain until the user presses the Clear key a second time, returning the system to it's
fully On state.
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3 Keyswitch
Default:
Selections:
Momentary
0
Easikey, Momentary
1, 0
See the D2112/D2112E Installation Manual for instructions on connecting a momentary keyswitch to
a point. The D2112 is not compatible with maintained contact keyswitches.
Operating the keyswitch turns the system All On with delays if the system is Off. Any faulted
controlled points (point code digit 1 is 6, 7, 8, or 9) are automatically bypassed.
If the system is All On or Part On, with or without delays, operating the keyswitch turns the system
off.
Leave the Keyswitch prompt set to Momentary if you are not using a keyswitch on your system.
Set the Keyswitch prompt to Easikey if you are connecting the system to a Radionics Easikey
access control. Easikey can be used to disarm the system. It can not be used to arm the system.
See the D2112/D2112E Installation Manual for instructions.
When the Keyswitch prompt is set to Easikey, shorting a keyswitch point turns the system off if it is
All On or Part On. If the system is off, shorting the keyswitch point does not turn the system on.
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7. OPEN/CLOSE
Use the prompts in this group to set entry and exit delays and other opening/closing options.
1 Entry Dly Time
Default:
Selections:
30
30
0 to 255
0 to 255
Entry delay is the time the system allows users to turn the system off. If the user fails to turn off the
system before entry delay expires an alarm event occurs. Users must enter through a point
programmed for entry delay to start the entry delay timer. All Controlled points are delayed once the
timer starts. See the POINT CODES.
2 Exit Dly Time
Default:
Selections:
60
60
0 to 255
0 to 255
Exit delay is the time the system allows users to exit the premises. All Controlled points are delayed
once the timer starts. See the POINT CODES Group.
Exiting through a protected point or moving through a protected area after exit delay expires causes
an alarm event to occur. The D2112 sounds three long tones at the keypads at the end of exit delay.
3 Exit Tone
Default:
Selections:
Yes
1
Yes, No
1, 0
Use this prompt to turn off the keypad tone that annunciates Exit Delay, and the Excursion (Step
Outside) feature.
Program Exit Tone Yes to enable the exit delay tone and excursion tone.
Program Exit Tone No to disable the exit delay tone and excursion tone.
4 O/C Rpts-All On
Default:
Selections:
No
0
Yes, No
1, 0
If you set the O/C Rpts-All On prompt to Yes, the system transmits closing reports to the receiver
when users turn the system All On with the 9 key. If any points are bypassed, bypass reports are
also sent. The D2112 transmits opening reports when users turn the system off from the All On state.
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5 O/C Rpts-Part On
Default:
Selections:
No
0
Yes, No
1, 0
If you set the O/C Rpts-Part On prompt to Yes, the system transmits closing reports to the receiver
when users turn the system Part On with the 0 (zero) key. If any points are bypassed, bypass reports
are also sent. It transmits opening reports when users turn the system off from the Part On state.
6 Restricted O/C
Default:
Selections:
No
0
Yes, No
1, 0
Set the Restricted O/C prompt to yes and the system only sends opening reports when the user
turns the system off after an alarm. It only sends closing reports when a point is bypassed. This
applies to All On and Part On arming.
7 Bell Test
Default:
Selections:
No
0
Yes, No
1, 0
If you set the Bell Test prompt to Yes the system sounds the bell for 2 seconds when users turn the
system All On with key 9.
If the system sends closing reports the bell sounds when the closing report is acknowledged by the
receiver.
If the system does not send closing reports the bell sounds at the expiration of Exit Delay.
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8. A,B,C KEYS
Use the prompts in this group to set the report code, and alarm output for the keypad's A, B, C keys.
You can program the relay drivers, terminals 11 and 12, to respond to these keys in the RELAYS
Group.
1 A-Key Report
2 B-Key Report
3 C-Key Report
Default:
Selections:
00
00
0 to 9
2 digits required for Pulse Format
0 to 9
2 digits required
Enter the report the system transmits to the receiver when a user presses the A-Key, B-Key, or CKey twice. The panel does not send reports for the 00 default entry.
Review your entries for the prompts in RECEIVER FORMAT before you program this prompt.
Modem Format Example: If you enter 10 at the A-Key Report prompt, the system transmits ALARM
REPORT POINT=010, when you press the A-Key.
Pulse Format Example: The first digit you program here sets the report group. The second digit sets
the point number. If you enter 10 at the A-Key Report prompt, the system transmits an alarm report,
report group 1, point 0.
WarningÁ Do not enter a report that conflicts with other system or point reports. The
Pulse Report Group Table in RECEIVER FORMAT shows all system and point reports.
Test the A,B,C buttons to be certain they transmit the reports you expect.
4 A-Key Alarm Output
5 B-Key Alarm Output
6 C-Key Alarm Output
Default:
Selections:
No Output
0
Steady
Pulse
1
2
These prompts set the system response to the A, B, and C key for the Alarm Output, terminals 6 and
7. Set the prompt to Steady for steady output. A user must enter a passcode at the keypad to silence
the output before bell time expires.
Set the prompt to Pulse for a pulsed (Fire) output at the Alarm Output. A user must enter a passcode
at the keypad to silence the output before bell time expires.
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9. BELL & TEST TIMER Group
9. BELL & TEST TIMER
The prompts in this group configure the Alarm Output (Bell) at terminals 6 and 7. They also set up the
system's automatic test timer.
1 Bell Time
Default:
Selections:
6
6
0 to 255
0 to 255
The Bell Time prompt sets the minutes of alarm output at terminals 6 and 7. Both Fire Bell function
(pulsed output) and the Burg Bell function (steady output) follow the Bell Time duration.
Enter the number of minutes of alarm output at terminals 6 and 7 for both fire and burglary (non-fire)
functions. If you are using the Alarm on 2 Fail feature, program at least 3 minutes in Bell Time.
Check with your AHJ (Authority Having Jurisdiction) to determine the appropriate Bell Time for your
installation. Many communities restrict bell time.
2 Single Ring
Default:
Selections:
No
0
Yes, No
1, 0
Set the Single Ring prompt to Yes to limit the alarm output from the same non-fire point to one per
arming cycle.
Setting this prompt to No allows every alarm activation from a non-fire point to generate an alarm
output during an arming cycle.
Fire points always provide alarm output for every alarm activation.
Single Ring only affects alarm output. It does not prevent reports from being sent.
3 Alarm on 2 Fail
Default:
Selections:
No
0
Yes, No
1, 0
Setting the Alarm on 2 Fail prompt to Yes provides a steady alarm output after two failed attempts to
transmit an alarm report from any point when the system is On. Alarm output is provided even if the
point is not programmed for alarm output. Bell Time must be programmed with at least 3 minutes to
use the Alarm on 2 Fail feature.
Set this prompt to No if you want to prevent an alarm output from silent points even when the system
fails to communicate with the receiver.
See the POINT CODES Group for information on programming points for alarm output.
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4 Test Intrvl
Default:
No Report
0
Selections:
No Report
1 Day
7 Days
28 Days
0
1
2
3
Set Test Intrvl to No Report to disable the test report feature.
Set Test Interval to 1 Day to transmit test reports every 24 hours.
Set Test Interval to 7 Days to transmit test reports every 7 days.
Set Test Interval to 28 Days to transmit test reports every 28 days.
5 Hours to Next
Default:
Selections:
0
0
0 to 23
0 to 23
Enter the hours to the next test report at this prompt.
The system adds the entries in the Hours to Next and Minutes to Next prompts and waits that
period before it sends the next test report to the receiver. From that report on, the system sends
reports at the interval set by the Test Intrvl prompt.
If both the hours and minutes are 0 (zero) the system sends the next report at the end of your
programming session.
6 Minutes to Next
Default:
Selections:
0
0
0 to 59
0 to 59
Enter the minutes to the next test report at this prompt.
The system adds the entries in the Hours to Next and Minutes to Next prompts and waits that
period before it sends the next test report to the receiver. From that report on, the system sends
reports at the interval set by the Test Intrvl prompt.
If both the hours and minutes are 0 (zero) the system sends the next report at the end of your
programming session.
If you are using a remote programmer, the waiting period begins after you complete the
programming session.
For D5200 or Keypad programming, the waiting period begins after you return the Standby Pin to
normal operation.
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7 Defer Test Rpt
Default:
Selections:
No
0
Yes, No
1,0
Set the Defer Test Rpt prompt to yes to defer the test report one interval if any other report is
transmitted in the current interval.
The report is deferred one interval from the time of the last report. For example, if the Test Intrvl
prompt is set to 1 Day, and the system transmits an opening report at 9:00PM, the interval begins at
9:00PM. If the system transmitted no other reports before 9:00PM the following day, at 9:00PM the
system would transmit the test report.
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10. POINT CODES
Use the Point Code Charts to set a three-digit point code for each point. The point code determines
how the system responds to changes on the point sensor loops. Points 1 to 6 respond to opens and
shorts. Points 7 and 8 only respond to opens, and are not available on the D2112E. See the
D2112/D2112E Installation Manual for a complete description of the point sensor loops.
The charts on the pages that follow show the defaults and selections for programming.
Default
Default Description
1 Point 1
260
Fire Point
Fire point with verification. Reports and alarm output enabled.
On the D2112, Point 1 is powered for 2-wire smoke detectors.
2 Point 2
882
Delay Door
Delayed “Part” point. Point arms when user turns the system Part
(or All) On. Point will start entry delay.
Reports and alarm output enabled.
Trouble on short when the system is off. Swinger bypass enabled.
Alarm report delay enabled.
3 Point 3
882
Delay Door
Same responses as Point 2.
4 Point 4
982
Door, No Delay
No Delay “Part” point. Point arms when user turns the system Part
(or All) On. Point will not start entry delay.
Reports and alarm output enabled.
Trouble on short when the system is off. Swinger bypass enabled.
Alarm report delay enabled.
5 Point 5
782
Motion Detector
No Delay “All” point. Point only arms when user turns the system All
On. Point will not start entry delay.
Reports and alarm output enabled.
Trouble on short when the system is off. Swinger bypass enabled.
Alarm report delay enabled.
6 Point 6
782
Motion Detector
Same responses as Point 5.
Points 7 and 8 only respond to opens. D2112E has only six points, 1 to 6.
7 Point 7
781
Tamper
No Delay “All” point. Point only arms when user turns the system All
On. Point will not start entry delay.
Reports and alarm output enabled.
Trouble on open when the system is off. Swinger bypass enabled.
Alarm report delay enabled.
8 Point 8
781
Tamper
Same responses as Point 7.
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Digit 1, Point Type
0
Disabled
Point doesn't respond to opens or shorts.
1
Fire
Short on sensor loop starts fire alarm response. Digit 3 doesn’t apply to fire points.
Open on sensor loop causes trouble response.
Fire points are not bypassable. One-Ring option does not apply to fire points.
2
Short on sensor loop starts verification process:
Fire with
verification1. Panel removes power to point 1 for four seconds to reset smoke detectors.
2. Short on loop within 30 seconds of reset starts alarm response. If the point
remains normal or open for the 30 second verification window there is no alarm
response.
3
Buzz on
Fault
When the panel is off, a short or open buzzes the keypad. No reports unless the
point is programmed for trouble reports in Digit 3. When the panel is All or Part On
(armed), a short or open causes an alarm response.
Buzz on Fault points are not bypassable. One ring programming option applies.
See Single Ring.
4
24 hr,
visible
Short or open causes alarm response if no Trouble option. See Digit 3.
24 hr points are not bypassable. One ring programming option applies. See
Single Ring.
5
24 hr,
invisible
Short or open causes alarm response if no Trouble option. See Digit 3.
No alarm or trouble tones at keypad unless programmed for alarm output in Digit
2. Point lights do not light for faults, troubles, or alarms.
24 hr points are not bypassable. One ring programming option applies. See
Single Ring.
6
Controlled,
All,
Delay
When panel is All On (armed) short or open starts entry delay if no Trouble option.
See Digit 3. Delay points that are faulted at the end of exit delay do not start entry
delay, they cause an immediate alarm.
“All” points must be normal (not faulted) or bypassed before panel can be “All”
armed.
7
Controlled,
All,
No Delay
When panel is All On (armed), short or open causes alarm response.
“All” points must be normal (not faulted) or bypassed before panel can be “All”
armed.
8
Controlled,
Part, Delay
When panel is All or “Part” On (armed) short or open starts entry delay if no
Trouble option. See Digit 3. Delay points that are faulted at the end of exit delay
do not start entry delay, they cause an immediate alarm.
“Part” points must be normal (not faulted) or bypassed before panel can be “Part”
armed.
9
Controlled,
Part, No
Delay
When panel is All or Part On (armed), short or open causes alarm response.
“Part” points must be normal (not faulted) or bypassed before panel can be “Part”
armed.
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A
Keyswitch
Shorting then restoring Keyswitch points toggles the panel from All (or Part) On to
Off, off to All On.
The trouble option, see Digit 3, determines how keyswitch points respond to
opens when the system is Off. When the system is All or Part On, an open
produces an alarm response.
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Digit 2, Alarm Response
0
Reports - Points send alarm, cancel, trouble, bypass, swinger
bypass, and restoral reports as programmed. Bypass reports
are only sent with closing reports.
Alarm Report Delay - If a user enters their passcode to
silence an alarm before the programmed Alarm Report Delay
time expires, the alarm is canceled. No alarm, cancel, or
restoral report is sent. Program Delay Alrm Rpt in REPORTS
to determine the duration of the delay.
Swinger Bypass - After 4 alarms or troubles in an armed or
disarmed period, the system automatically bypasses points
programmed for Swinger Bypass. Turning the system Off
clears the bypass. If a 24 hr point swinger bypasses while the
system is Off, turning the system On clears the bypass.
Alarm Output - Points programmed for alarm output provide
output at terminals 6 and 7 as part of the alarm response. Fire
points provide pulsed output. Non-Fire points steady output.
Output lasts for the duration programmed in Bell Time. Fire
output always takes precedence over non-fire output.
1
2
3
4
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
5
6
7
8
9
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
4
5
6
7
Digit 3, Options for Non-Fire Points (Digit 1 = 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,or A)
0
Trouble on Open - An Open on the sensor loop for 24 hr points (Digit
1 = 3, 4, 5, or A) causes a trouble response when the panel is Off, and
an instant alarm when the panel is All or Part On.
When the system is On, Controlled, Delay Points (Digit 1 = 6 or 8) start
entry delay on short only. An open causes an instant alarm. When the
system is Off, an open causes a trouble response.
Trouble on Short - A short on the sensor loop for 24 hr points (Digit 1
= 3, 4, or 5) causes a trouble response when the panel is Off, and an
instant alarm when the panel is All or Part On.
When the system is On, Controlled, Delay Points (Digit 1 = 6 or 8) start
entry delay on an open only. A short causes an instant alarm.
Trouble on Open or Short - An Open or Short on the sensor loop for
24 hr points (Digit 1 = 3, 4, or 5) causes a trouble response when the
panel is Off, and an instant alarm when the panel is All or Part On.
When the system is On, Controlled, Delay Points (Digit 1 = 6 or 8) start
entry delay on an open or short.
Double Knock - Points programmed for double knock require 2 alarm
activations within 30 seconds (open and/or short on the sensor loop)
before the system begins an alarm response. If the point returns to and
remains in a normal or trouble condition for the duration of the 30
second double knock window, there is no alarm response. Do not use
Double Knock with the Keyswitch point type.
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Recommended Point Codes
Trouble on Open
Trouble on Short
No Trouble
Smoke Detector
Reports, Audible, No Swinger Bypass:
Verification / No Verification
260 / 160
Panic
Reports, Swinger Bypass, Silent
Visible
441
442
440
Invisible
541
542
540
Visible
451
452
450
Invisible
551
552
550
Reports & Swinger Bypass: Audible /
Silent
A91 / A41
A92 / A42
A90 / A40
No Reports: Audible / Silent
A51 / A01
A52 / A02
A50 / A00
Reports, Swinger Bypass, & Alarm
Report Delay: Audible / Silent
781 / 731
782 / 732
780 / 730
No Reports: Audible / Silent
751 / 701
752 / 702
750 / 700
No Reports, Audible
Keyswitch
Tamper
Door, Delay
Reports, Swinger Bypass, & Alarm
Report Delay: Audible / Silent
Delay Open
882 / 832
Delay Short
881 / 831
Delay Open & Short
880 / 830
No Reports: Audible / Silent
Delay Open
852 / 802
Delay Short
851 / 801
Delay Open & Short
850 / 800
Door, No Delay
Reports, Swinger Bypass, & Alarm
Report Delay: Audible / Silent
981 / 931
982 / 932
980 / 930
No Reports: Audible / Silent
951 / 901
952 / 902
950 / 900
Reports, Swinger Bypass, & Alarm
Report Delay: Audible / Silent
781 / 731
782 / 732
780 / 730
No Reports: Audible / Silent
751 / 701
752 / 702
750 / 700
Motion, No Delay
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11. RELAYS
A D133 Relay Module is required to use the system's external relay outputs, terminals 11 and 12.
One module is required for each output used. See the D2112/D2112E Installation Manual for
instructions.
You can program each of the system's two relay outputs with 1 or 2 functions. With the Relay #
Logic prompts, you can configure the outputs so that they activate when the condition for either
function exists, or only activate when the conditions for both functions exist.
The D5200 programmer displays an additional Relay Parameter prompt if the relay function you've
selected requires that you program additional information.
For example, if you select the Follow Point function for Relay 1, Func 1 and press Enter, the D5200
displays the parameter prompts, Point 1 (Yes, No), followed by Point 2 (Yes, No), ... and finally
Point 8 (Yes, No). The parameter prompts tell the system what points the relay is to follow.
If you select Reset Sensors for Relay 1, Func 1 and press Enter, the D5200 goes directly to Relay 1,
Func 2. The Reset Sensors function does not require any parameters.
Relay Functions
1 Relay 1, Func 1
Default:
Selections:
No Output
0
See Relay Function Selections on the next page.
The Relay 1, Func 1 prompt sets Function 1 for Relay output 1 (terminal 11).
2 Relay 1, Func 2
Default:
Selections:
No Output
0
See Relay Function Selections on the next page.
The Relay 1, Func 2 prompt sets Function 2 for Relay output 1 (terminal 11).
3 Relay 2, Func 1
Default:
Selections:
No Output
0
See Relay Function Selections on the next page.
The Relay 2, Func 1 prompt sets Function 1 for Relay output 2 (terminal 12).
4 Relay 2, Func 2
Default:
Selections:
No Output
0
See Relay Function Selections on the next page.
The Relay 2, Func 2 prompt sets Function 2 for Relay output 2 (terminal 12).
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Description
No Output
0
No output at the relay terminal.
Alarm
1
Provides a steady output when a point is in an alarm condition. The
output stops when the point returns to the normal condition.
Select the points to monitor for alarms at the Parameter prompt.
Alarm Memory
2
Provides a steady output when a point shows alarm memory at the
keypad. Turning the system On clears alarm memory and ends the
output.
Select the points to monitor for alarm memory at the Parameter
prompt.
Point Trouble
3
Provides a steady output when selected points are in trouble.
Select the points to monitor for troubles at the Parameter prompt.
Follow Point
4
Provides a steady output when selected points are faulted (including
point trouble and alarm).
Select the points to monitor for faults at the Parameter prompt.
Watch Tone
5
Activates the relay output in parallel to the watch tone for selected
points. See Key 7, Watch Tone in the User's Guide.
Select the points for Watch Tone monitor at the Parameter prompt.
A,B,C Key,
Steady
6
Activates the relay output when a user presses a selected function
key. The relay output remains activated until a user performs a
System Reset (presses 3 and enters their passcode).
Select the Function Keys to monitor at the Parameter prompt.
A,B,C Key, Pulse
7
Activates the relay output when a user presses a selected function
key. The relay output pulses until a user performs a System Reset
(presses 3 and enters their passcode).
Select the Function Keys to monitor at the Parameter prompt.
A,B,C Key,
Momentary
8
Activates the relay output when a user presses a selected function
key. The relay output activates for 10 seconds. Do not program
both relays for this function. If both relays share this function, only
Relay 1 activates.
Select the Function Keys to monitor at the Parameter prompt.
Off with
Passcode
9
Activates the relay for 10 seconds when a selected user turns the
system off with a passcode. Do not program both relays for this
function. If both relays share this function, only Relay 1 activates.
Select the Users to monitor at the Parameter prompt.
Follow Alarm
Output
10
Parallels activity at the alarm output (terminals 6 and 7).
All On
11
Pulses the relay output during entry and exit delay when the system is
All On. The output remains activated until the system is turned off.
Part On
12
Pulses the relay output during entry and exit delay when the system is
Part On. The output remains activated until the system is turned off.
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Relay Function Selections, Continued
Reset
13
Activates the relay output when a user presses the 3 key to reset the
system. The relay output activates for 4 seconds. Do not program
both relays for this function. If both relays share this function, only
Relay 1 activates.
AC Failure
14
Provides a steady output when the system detects a loss of power at
terminals 1 and 2. The driver remains activated until AC power
restores.
Battery Trouble
15
Provides a steady output when the system detects a low or missing
battery condition. The relay remains activated until the battery
restores.
Communication
Fail
16
Provides a steady output when the system fails to communicate with
the receiver after 10 attempts. The relay remains activated until the
system successfully communicates a report to the receiver.
Communicating
17
Activates the relay output when the system seizes the phone line. The
relay remains activated until the system releases the phone line.
Ground Start
18
Activates the relay output for 900 milliseconds after the system seizes
the phone line. Use this function to generate dial tone on ground start
systems. Do not program both relays for this function. If both
relays share this function, only Relay 1 activates.
Relay Function Logic
The Relay 1, and Relay 2, Logic prompts allow you to further define the conditions under which the
panel activates the relay drivers.
5 Relay 1 Logic
6 Relay 2 Logic
Default:
Function 1 Only
0
Selections:
Function 1 Only
Function 1 or 2
Function 1 and 2
0
1
2
When Relay 1 Logic or Relay 2 Logic is set to Function 1 Only, the system activates the relay
output when Function 1 calls for it. Function 2 is ignored.
When Relay 1 Logic or Relay 2 Logic is set to Function 1 or 2, the system activates the relay
output when either Function 1 or Function 2 calls for activation, or when both do.
When Relay 1 Logic or Relay 2 Logic is set to Function 1 and Function 2, both Function 1 and
Function 2 must call for activation before the system activates the relay output.
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12. RELAY PARAMETERS Group
12. RELAY PARAMETERS,
for Keypad Programming Only!
The parameter prompts shown in the tables that follow are for programming from the keypad.
If you didn't program one of the Relay Functions (the first four prompts in the RELAYS Group) with a
Relay Function from 1 to 9 (see Relay Selections in the RELAYS Group ), or you left the RELAYS
Group prompts at their defaults, leave the prompts in this group at their defaults.
If you selected a Relay Function from 1 to 9 you need to program a parameter for that function here.
Take care to read the instructions carefully.
Setting the Relay 1, Func 1 Parameter prompt to 0 (zero) disables the selected function if a
parameter is required for the function. It has no effect if the function does not require a parameter.
Set the parameter prompt to one of the values listed below to choose point, user, or Emergency
Button as a parameter. Add the values to choose more than one.
For example, if you set Relay 1, Func 1 to Follow Point and you wanted to follow points 3 and 5 you
would enter 20 at the Relay 1, Func 1 Parameter prompt. 20 comes from adding 4 (the entry for
point 3) and 16 (the entry for point 5).
Prompt
Default
1 Relay 1, Func 1 Parameter
0 (Disabled)
2 Relay 1, Func 2 Parameter
0 (Disabled)
3 Relay 2, Func 1 Parameter
0 (Disabled)
4 Relay 2, Func 2 Parameter
0 (Disabled)
Enter 1 for
Enter 2 for
Enter 4 for
Enter 8 for
Enter 16 for
Enter 32 for
Enter 64 for
Enter 128 for
Point 1
Point 2
Point 3
Point 4
Point 5
Point 6
Point 7
Point 8
User 1
User 2
User 3
User 4
User 5
User 6
User 7
User 8.
A-Key
B-Key
C-Key
Add the values to choose more than one point, user, or function key.
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13. USER CONFIGURATION
User Test Configuration
If the user presses 1 at the keypad and then enters their passcode the system performs a user test.
Prompts 1 to 3 tell the system what functions to perform for the user test.
1 Usr Tst, Bell
Default:
Selections:
No
0
Yes, No
1,0
Setting the Usr Tst, Bell prompt to Yes makes a bell test part of the user test. The system activates
the Alarm Output, Terminals 6 and 7, for 2 seconds. Light 1 on the keypad winks for the duration of
the test.
Set this prompt to Yes for UL 1023, Household Fire systems.
2 Usr Tst, Battery
Default:
Selections:
No
0
Yes, No
1,0
Setting the Usr Tst, Battery prompt to Yes makes a battery test part of the user test. Pressing 1
causes the system to run solely on battery power for 4 minutes. light 1 winks while the panel is on
battery power. If the battery voltage falls below 12.1 VDC during that four minutes the system
restores AC power and displays a system trouble at the keypad by flashing the OK light. See System
Troubles in the User's Guide.
The system sends a low battery report to the receiver.
Users can terminate the test by pressing the Clear key.
Set this prompt to Yes for UL 1023, Household Fire systems.
3 Usr Tst, Comm
Default:
Selections:
No
0
Yes, No
1,0
Setting the Usr Tst, Comm prompt to Yes makes a communication test part of the user test. When
the user presses 1 and enters a passcode the system sends a test report to the receiver. Light 1
winks during the test. If the system fails to communicate with the receiver, the system goes into
Communication Failure and displays a system trouble at the keypad by flashing the OK light. See
Check System in the User's Guide.
The system makes 6 attempts to send the report if only one phone number is programmed. It makes
10 attempts if two numbers are programmed. See Phone 1, Phone 2, in the ACCOUNT Group.
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Passcode Configuration
4 Passcode Length
Default:
Selections:
3
3
3 to 6
3 to 6
You can fix the length of user passcodes from 3 to 6 digits. All passcodes have the same length.
WarningÁ If you shorten the passcode length after entering passcodes you could
possibly create duplicate passcodes. For example, passcodes 1235 and 1236 both
shorten to 123.
If you lengthen passcodes you disable some. For example, if you add passcode 396 and
then increase the passcode length to 4 digits, 396 becomes 396F. It is not possible to
enter an F from the keypad. Passcode 396 has effectively been disabled.
5 Code 8 = Duress
Default:
Selections:
No
0
Yes, No
1, 0
Setting this prompt to Yes makes the passcode for User 8 the duress passcode. The passcode will
operate the system normally and send a duress report to the receiver.
6 Passcode Rquired
Default:
Selections:
No
0
Yes, No
1, 0
Setting this prompt to Yes configures the system so that users have to enter a passcode to turn the
system on. (Press 9, enter passcode.)
Pressing 9 after entering the passcode turns the System All On with no delay. (Press 9, enter
passcode, press 9.)
To turn the system Part On users press 0 and then enter their passcode. (Press 0, enter passcode.)
Pressing 0 after entering the passcode turns the System Part On with no delay. (Press 0, enter
passcode, press 0.)
7 Change Passcode
Default:
Selections:
Owner
1
Disabled
Owner
Owner & User
0
1
2
Disabled prohibits passcode changes from the keypad.
Owner only allows Owner user types to change passcodes from the keypad. The Key 5 passcode
change feature is disabled. See the Security System User’s Guide for instructions on how Owner
type users can change passcodes.
Owner & User allows Owners and Users to change their passcodes from the keypad using Key 5.
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14. PASSCODE Group
14. PASSCODES, D5200 and Remote Programming Only!
If you are programming from the keypad, you must exit the programming mode to program
passcodes. Use Show User (the 6 key) and your installer passcode. Follow the instructions in the
Security System User's Guide.
1 Usr# Type
(# represents numbers 1 to 8)
Default:
Owner (for User 1)
Disabled (for Users 2 to 8)
Selections:
See User's Guide for instructions on
setting User Type.
Disabled
Owner
User
One-time
Disabled disables the passcode for this user number.
Owner allows this user number to configure “Watch Tone” responses, and reactivate One-time
passcodes. If Change Passcode in the User Configuration Group is programmed for Owner or
Owner and User, it can also change other users' passcodes and user types (using the Key 6 Show
User function). All other user functions are also available.
User allows this user number to change only their own passcode. (Change Passcode in the User
Configuration Group must be programmed for Owner and User.) A User can not change their user
type. A User can not change other users' passcodes and user types. A User can not adjust “Watch
Tone” responses, or reactivate One-time passcodes. All other user functions are available.
One-Time allows the user to disarm the system only one time before the disarming function of the
passcode is disabled. (Owners can reactivate One-time passcodes.) One-time passcode types have
access to the same features as User types, with the exception of the one-time disarming restriction.
2 Usr# Passcode
(# represents numbers 1 to 8)
Default:
123 (456) for User 1
Blank for Users 2 to 8
Selections:
See User's Guide for instructions on
setting User Passcodes.
0 to 9, Blank
The Usr# Passcode prompt sets the passcode for each user.
Passcode length for all passcodes is set by the Passcode Length prompt. Enter the number of digits
for the passcode set by the Passcode Length.
Note that Usr 1 Passcode in the default program is 123456. Passcode Length in the default
program is set at 3. Effectively, the passcode for User 1 is 123.
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If you change Passcode Length to 4, the User 1 passcode becomes 1234.
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If you change Passcode Length to 5, the User 1 passcode becomes 12345.
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If you change Passcode Length to 6, the User 1 passcode becomes 123456.
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Keypad Programming
Putting the D2112 into Keypad
Programming Mode
Special Keys
1. Lock the D2112 Standby Switch down.
A
B
Modify
Play
Back
2. Press the 1 key on the keypad.
3. Enter your “Installer” passcode. The default
Installer passcode is 654321. The default
passcode length is 3, so if you have not
changed the default entries, press 654.
Lights on the keypad indicate the functions
that are available. Light 8 must be lit to
program from the keypad.
4. Press the 8 key to enter programming mode.
If you press the ( CLEAR ) key now the keypad
exits the programming mode and shows the
available installer functions.
Knowing where you are
C
Next
Group/
Alt
B
Playing Back a Program Entry
Press the “Play Back” key to show the value
stored in the current prompt. The value plays back
one digit at a time by lighting lights next to keys 1
to 0.
When Alpha characters are stored, they play back
with light 1 on in addition to a light from 2 to 7.
Lights for Hexadecimal Alpha Characters
1&2
1&3
1&4
1&5
1&6
1&7
A
B
C
D
E
F
The On, No Delay, All, and Part lights show you
which group you are in. At the top of each page of
the Program Entry Guide is a diagram that shows
which lights are on for each programming group.
Modifying a Program Entry
Lights 1 to 8 show the prompt number you are on.
To modify the entry for the current prompt:
WarningÁ Watch for these warnings.
Changing the entry for these prompts can lock
you out of programming from the keypad.
Getting Around
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C
To advance from one group to the next, press
the Next Group ( C ) key.
To select a programming prompt, press the
key corresponding to the prompt number.
For example: To get to group 7, OPEN/CLOSE
the Exit Dly Time prompt...
1. Make sure you are in the Keypad
Programming mode.
2. Press the Next Group ( C ) key six times.
Notice the group lights:
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1. Press the “Modify” key. The light for the
current prompt flashes to indicate that you are
in Modify mode.
2. Make your new entry.
• The ( CLEAR ) key erases your entry as
well as the previously stored entry. If you do
not want a blank entry, re-enter a valid entry
after you press ( CLEAR ) – OR –
• To restore the previously stored entry and
exit Modify mode, press the “Alt” key
followed by the ( CLEAR ) key.
3. Press “Modify” again to store your new entry.
Select another prompt in the same group, or press
the ( C ) key to advance to the Next Group.
Pressing ( CLEAR ) exits programming mode.
Entering Special Characters
C
To enter an Alpha character from A to F press the
“Alt” key and then a key from 2 to 7.
Entering Hexadecimal Alpha Characters
C+2
A
3. Press ( 2 ). Light 2 comes on. You are now
ready to Modify or Play Back the entry for Exit
Dly Time.
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B
C+4
C
C+5
D
C+6
E
C+7
F
For example, to enter an Account Number of
3B6C, go into the modify mode then press:
( 3 ) ( C ) ( 3 ) ( 6 ) ( C ) ( 4 ).
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