Maestro-1000 Installation Manual
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6 and 10 Zone Alarm Control Panel
Installation Instructions
MAESTRO-600 / MAESTRO-1000 CONTROL PANEL
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Table Of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION ................................................ 3
8. EVENT REPORTING ....................................... 13
1.1 About This Manual ........................................................3
1.2 Features .......................................................................3
8.1 Reporting Options .......................................................13
8.2 Central Station Telephone No. 1 ..................................15
8.3 Central Station Telephone NO. 2..................................15
8.4 System Account Codes ...............................................16
8.5 Communicator Formats ...............................................16
8.6 Reporting Event Codes................................................16
8.7 Auto Test Report.........................................................17
8.8 Manual Test Report.....................................................17
8.9 Power Failure Report Delay .........................................17
8.10 Recent Close Delay...................................................18
8.12 Report Code Disarming Options ................................18
2. SPECIFICATIONS.............................................. 3
3. INSTALLATION ................................................. 3
3.1 Location & Mounting......................................................3
3.2 Earth Ground ................................................................3
3.3 Power ...........................................................................4
3.4 Telephone Line Connection............................................4
3.5 Bell (Siren) Output ........................................................4
3.6 Programmable Output (PGM).......................................4
3.7 Keypad & Keyswitch Connections..................................4
3.8 Keypad Zone Connections.............................................5
3.9 Single Zone Input Connections ......................................5
3.10 Advanced Technology Zone (ATZ) Connections...........6
3.11 Fire Circuit ..................................................................7
4. ACCESS CODES ............................................... 7
4.1 Installer Code................................................................7
4.2 Master & User Codes....................................................7
4.3 User / Access Code Length...........................................7
4.4 Duress..........................................................................8
4.5 Installer Lock.................................................................8
5. PROGRAMMING METHODS ............................. 8
5.1 Hexa Programming .......................................................8
5.2 Hexa Streamlined Programming ....................................8
5.3 Decimal Programming...................................................9
5.4 Feature Select Programming .........................................9
5.5 Key Access Programming .............................................9
6. PANEL SETTINGS FOR VISLOAD.................... 9
6.1 Panel Answer Options...................................................9
6.2 Panel Identifier ............................................................ 10
6.3 PC Password.............................................................. 10
6.4 Computer Telephone Number...................................... 10
6.5 Call Visload ................................................................. 10
6.6 Answer Visload ........................................................... 10
6.7 Cancel Communication................................................ 10
6.8 Call Back .................................................................... 10
6.9 Automatic Event Buffer Transmission .......................... 10
7. ZONE DEFINITIONS ........................................ 10
7.1 Zone Speed ................................................................ 10
7.2 Advanced Technology Zoning (ATZ) ............................ 11
7.3 Intellizones .................................................................. 11
7.4 Silent Zones................................................................ 11
7.5 “24 Hour” & Fire Zones................................................ 11
7.6 Instant Zones .............................................................. 11
7.7 Follow Zones............................................................... 11
7.8 Entry Delay 1 .............................................................. 11
7.9 Entry Delay 2 .............................................................. 11
7.10 Partitioning (Maestro-1000 only) ................................ 13
7.11 Bypass Enabled Zones.............................................. 13
7.12 EOL Zones (Enabled/Disabled).................................. 13
7.13 Keypad Zone 1 Supervision ....................................... 13
7.14 Keypad Zone 2 Supervision ....................................... 13
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9. ARM/DISARM & ALARM OPTIONS ................ 18
9.1 “Timed” Auto Arming ..................................................18
9.2 “No Movement” Auto Arming .......................................19
9.3 “One-Key” Regular Arming ..........................................19
9.4 “One-Key” Home / ”System A” Arming.........................19
9.5 Arming Using Keyswitch or Pushbutton .......................19
9.6 Bell Squawk ................................................................19
9.7 Exit Delay....................................................................19
9.8 Beep on Exit Delay ......................................................19
9.9 Alarm Transmission Delay...........................................19
9.10 Silent Zones & Silent Panics Option ...........................19
9.11 Bell Cut-Off Time.......................................................19
9.12 Code Priority .............................................................19
10. PGM (PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUTS)...................... 20
10.1 PGM Types...............................................................20
10.2 PGM Timer Setting....................................................20
10.3 PGM Options ............................................................21
11. OTHER OPTIONS.......................................... 21
11.1 Telephone Line Monitoring (TLM)...............................21
11.2 Dialing Options..........................................................21
11.3 Dialing Pulse Rates ...................................................21
11.4 Keypad Panic Options ...............................................21
11.5 Panel Time................................................................21
11.6 Time Correction.........................................................21
11.7 Tamper/Wire Fault Recognition Options.....................21
11.8 Tamper Bypass Options ............................................22
11.9 Installer Test Mode....................................................22
11.10 Exclude Power Failure From Trouble Display............22
11.11 Audible Trouble Warning .........................................22
11.12 Power Down Reset..................................................22
12. USER/KEYPAD FUNCTIONS ........................ 22
12.1 Programming Master & User Codes ..........................22
12.2 Regular Arming .........................................................22
12.3 Away Arming.............................................................23
12.4 Home Arming ............................................................23
12.5 Arming/Disarming Partitions ......................................23
12.6 System Disarming .....................................................23
12.7 Alarm Memory...........................................................24
12.8 Keyswitch or Pushbutton Arming / Disarming.............24
12.9 Manual Zone Bypassing ............................................24
12.10 Bypass Recall .........................................................24
12.11 Keypad Chime Zones ..............................................24
12.12 Trouble Display Monitoring.......................................24
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Thank you for placing your trust in the MAESTRO-1000 and
MAESTRO-600 control panels. You have chosen a sophisticated,
user-friendly control panel designed to meet all of your
technological, performance and security requirements.
The superior capabilities of the MAESTRO-1000 and MAESTRO-600
control panels are driven by leading edge hardware and software.
Use of the most powerful RISC processors on the market, with
built-in “analog-to-digital” converters and SMD technology, means
our control panel requires 30-40% less components than any
previous generation.
The reduced number of steps required to program these control
panels increases the speed of installation and end-users can
access most system features at the touch of just one key. A
“streamlined programming” feature further simplifies the
programming process, by saving data automatically and leading the
installer through the programming addresses without the need to
enter them manually.
Important advances have been made in MAESTRO control panel
technology, which guarantee exceptional levels of false alarm
protection. A full range of high-tech features dramatically reduces
the frequency of false alarms. These easy to use tools include
“Intellizone” definition, “Auto Zone Shutdown”, “Beep On Exit Delay”,
“Programmable Delay before Alarm Transmission” and “Recent
Closing” report.
Each control panel can be used to monitor two distinct security
systems. Partitioning provides a practical and flexible solution in
situations where combined systems are a necessity. Zones can be
assigned to “System A”, “System B”, both systems or given no
system assignment. MAESTRO panels can reduce set-up and
reporting time by transmitting pre-programmed event codes and
using high-speed communicator formats. Almost any control panel
condition or event may be used to activate the MAESTRO’S
programmable output (PGM). Once a panel status mode is selected
for the PGM to follow, the polarity and duration of the output may
also be programmed.
The MAESTRO-1000 control panel includes the Advanced
Technology Zoning (ATZ) feature, which was developed to permit
connection of 2 zones on one zone input terminal, as well as
providing wire fault recognition on both zones.
ATZ simplifies the task of meeting the zone requirements of any
installation while reducing installation costs.
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This manual will provide you with all the information you will need to
understand panel operation, features and functions. Even if you are
familiar with other security control panels, we recommend that you
read this entire manual at least once to familiarize yourself with
panel features and programming. For your convenience a
“Programming Guide” is included in order to keep track of which
addresses were programmed and how.
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MAESTRO-1000: 10 zones (4 onboard inputs w/ATZ = 8 zones + 2
keypad zones)
MAESTRO-600: 6 zones (4 onboard inputs + 2 keypad zones)
Common features
• Powerful 16-bit RISC processor with built-in analog to digital
converters.
• User-friendly programming
• “False Alarm Prevention” features such as: Intellizones, Auto
Zone Shutdown, Beep on Exit Delay, Programmable Delay
Before Alarm Transmission, and Recent Closing Report.
• 2 Flexible Partitions (MAESTRO-1000 only)
• High-Speed Pre-Programmed or Programmable Communication
Formats
• 256 Event Buffer with time and date stamp
• Fully Programmable Output (PGM)
• 48 User Codes, 1 Master Code, 1 Installer Code
• Telephone Line Monitoring (TLM)
• 3 panic alarms, activated via the keypad
• Regular Arming, “Home” Arming, “Double Home” Arming,
“Away” Arming, “One-Key Regular Arming”, “One-Key Home
Arm”, “One-Key” Exit & Re-arm, “Timed Auto Arming”, “No
Movement Auto Arming”, Keyswitch or Pushbutton Arming
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Battery Charger: 360mA with dynamic Battery test.
Aux. Power: 400mA, Fuseless electronic shutdown at 1A,
Automatic restore
Bell Out: 1A, Fuseless electronic shutdown at 3A, Automatic
restore
AC input: 16.5 VAC, 40VA, 50 - 60Hz
PGM output: N.C. or N.O to ground, 50mA Max.
Serial Data Output: (1200, 1, N) for use with accessory modules
(not UL systems).
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Before mounting the cabinet, push the five white nylon-mounting
studs into the back of the cabinet. The circuit board should not be
mounted into the back of the cabinet, until all cables are pulled into
the cabinet and prepared for connection. Select an installation site
that is not easily accessible to intruders. Leave at least 2” around
the panel box to permit adequate ventilation and heat dissipation.
The installation site should be dry and close to an AC source,
ground connection and telephone line connection.
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Connect the zone and dialer ground terminals from the control panel
to the cabinet and cold water pipe or grounding rod as per local
electrical codes.
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3.3.1 AC Power
NOTE:
Initial
setup
and
power-on must be performed
while AC power is connected.
The system will not operate
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with backup battery only, during
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initialization.
Use a 16.5VAC (50-60Hz)
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transformer with a minimum
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40VA rating to provide sufficient
AC power.
Do not use any switch-controlled outlets to power the transformer.
Connect the transformer as shown in fig. 2. After applying power to
the control panel, it will perform a hardware verification. Once this is
completed, the auxiliary power terminals will be enabled in order to
power all accessories connected to its terminals, such as keypads
and motion detectors. The control panel will then perform a battery
test and re-instate the last system status (i.e. alarm, system armed,
etc.). The control panel will then begin displaying the current system
status (i.e. open/closed zones, troubles, etc.)
Caution: Do not connect the transformer or the back-up battery
until all wiring is completed!
3.3.2 Back-up Battery
In case of power loss, connect a
back-up battery. Use a 12VDC
7Ah rechargeable acid/lead or gel
cell battery. Connect the back-up
battery after applying the AC
power. When installing verify
proper polarity, as reversed
connections will blow the battery
fuse. Connect the "RED" battery
lead to the positive battery
terminal, and the "BLACK"
battery lead to the negative
battery terminal of the control
panel as shown in fig. 3.
3.3.3 Auxiliary Power Terminals
The AUX+ and AUX- terminals on the control panel can provide a
maximum of 400mA 12VDC. Use the auxiliary power supply to
power the motion detectors, keypads and other accessories in your
security system. Although, their combined current consumption
should not exceed 400mA. The auxiliary supply is
microprocessor-protected
against
current
overload
and
automatically shuts down if the current exceeds 1A. Auxiliary power
will resume once the overload condition has restored and within
1-60 seconds after performing the battery test.
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Connect the incoming telephone company wires into the tip and ring
connections of the control panel. Then run the wires from t1 and r1
to the telephone system as shown in figure 4.
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The BELL+ and BELL- terminals,
power bells and/or other warning
devices requiring a steady voltage
output during an alarm. The bell
output supplies 12VDC upon alarm
and can support two 20-watt or two
30-watt bells output.
Caution: The bell output is microprocessor-controlled and will
automatically shut down if the current exceeds 3A.
If the load on the bell terminals returns to normal (≤3A), the control
panel will re-instate power to the bell terminals upon generation of
another alarm. When connecting sirens (speakers with built-in siren
drivers) please verify correct polarity. Connect the positive lead to
the BELL+ terminal and the negative lead to the BELL- terminal of
the control panel as shown in figure 5.
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The Maestro Control Panel includes a programmable output. When
a specific event or condition occurs in the system, the PGM can be
used to reset smoke detectors, activate strobe lights, open/close
garage doors and much more. The PGM provides a 50mA output.
If the current draw on the PGM output is to exceed 50mA, we
recommend the use of a relay as show in figure 6. Each PGM is
programmable to toggle on and off from more than a thousand
different events. For example, PGM can open and close an
automatic garage door by pressing keys [1] and [2] simultaneously
on keypad. For details on how to program the PGM, refer to section
10 PGM (Programmable Outputs).
3.3.4 Battery Test
The Control Panel conducts a dynamic battery test under load every
60 seconds. If the battery is disconnected, or its capacity is too low,
the trouble indicator will illuminate on the keypad (red “1” indicator).
The red “1” indicator also comes “on” if the battery voltage drops to
10.5 volts or less while the control panel is running on the back-up
battery (no AC). At 8.5 volts, the panel shuts down and there is no
outputs.
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3.3.5 Keypad Function Test
We recommend conducting a "power-up" test on keypads installed
far from the control panel. To do so temporarily connect the
keypads close to the control panel and connect the transformer.
After 10 seconds, begin entering random commands on the keypad
and verify that the keypad "beeps" in response to these commands.
Then open a zone to ensure that the keypad and the control panel
are responding to these signals. If the keypad does not respond and
indicator lights do not illuminate, verify that approximately 16VAC is
present at the “AC” terminals. If AC is present, check the keypad
wiring and verify there isn’t a short between the "black" and "red”
keypad wires. If the keypad does not respond, please contact your
local distributor.
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Connect the four keypad connections labeled red, black, green and
yellow to the corresponding color terminals on the control panel as
indicated in figure 7. Connect the keyswitch, in series with 220 ohm
resistor, to the GRN/BLK terminals of the control panel as shown in
figure 7. Refer to sections Arming Using Keyswitch and keyswitch
or Pushbutton Arming (section 12.8) for more information on
keyswitches.
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Each keypad comes with one zone input terminal, allowing you to
connect one detector or door contact directly to the keypad.
Example: A door contact located at the entry point of an
establishment can be wired directly to the zone input terminal of
the entry point keypad instead of wiring the door contact all the
way to the control panel.
The keypad will communicate the status of the zone to the control
panel as though the input was on the control panel. Therefore,
adding one or two zones to your security system. Regardless of the
number of keypads in the system, the control panel supports a
maximum of two keypad zones.
Example: A security installation is comprised of four keypads. Of
these four keypads only two can have their zone input terminals
enabled (see figure 9). The other two keypads must have their
zone input terminals disabled as described below.
Keypad’s whose zone input terminals are not being used, must be
disabled. To disable the Maestro-601 keypad zone, connect a 1KΩ
resistor short between the ZONE and BLK terminals of the keypad.
On the other hand, if you are using the keypad zones, you must
define them as either Keypad Zone 1 or Keypad Zone 2 as
described below.
Note: if using two keypad zones, one keypad must be defined as
keypad zone 1 while the other must be defined as keypad zone 2.
The control panel will recognize these added zones as shown in
table 1.
Once the keypad zones have been defined, you must enable
“Keypad Zone Supervision” in the control panel (see section 7.13
and 7.14.). Figures 8 and 9 demonstrate typical keypad zone input
installations. Note that keypad zones always use a 1KΩ EOL
resistor.
Figure 10 describes the keypad tamper switch connections.
NOTE: The standard KP-601 does not include a tamper switch. In case
your version includes a tamper switch, see figure 10 for wiring
instructions.
Table 1 – Keypad Zone Recognition
Zone Select Jumper “OFF” = Keypad Zone 1
Zone Select Jumper “ON” = Keypad Zone 2
Note: If the zone select jumper is changed, the control panel will only
recognize the change when the keypad is disconnected and re-connected.
MAESTRO-1000
(ATZ Disabled)
MAESTRO-600
(ATZ Enabled)
Kpd Zone 1 = Zone “5”
Kpd Zone 1 = Zone “9”
Kpd Zone 1 = Zone “5”
Kpd Zone 2 = Zone “6”
Kpd Zone 2 = Zone “10”
Kpd Zone 2 = Zone “6
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The system hardware recognizes the following single zone input
terminal connections. For more information on programming the
options mentioned below refer to ZONE DEFINITIONS, section 7.
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3.9.1 N.C. Contacts, Without EOL Resistor
If your security installation does not require tamper or wire fault
detection, connect the detection devices and program the control
panel as shown in figure 11. This setup will communicate an open
or closed zone to the control panel, illuminating the corresponding
indicator on the keypad when the zone is open. Do not use devices
with normally open contacts in this setup, as this will cause the
control panel to remain in alarm.
3.9.2 N.O. and N.C. Contacts, With EOL Resistor
If your security installation does not require tamper or wire fault
recognition but requires the use of normally open and normally
closed contacts, connect all detection devices with a 1KΩ end of
line (EOL) resistor and program the control panel as shown in
figures 12 and 13. This setup will communicate an open or closed
zone to the control panel, illuminating the corresponding indicator on
the keypad when the zone is open.
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Enabling the ATZ feature (see section 7.2) allows you to install two
detection devices per input terminal, therefore, doubling zone
capacity of the control panel. Advanced Technology Zoning is a
software-oriented feature, there is no need for extra modules, simply
install the devices as shown in figures 17 to 19. The control panel
will recognize and display the status of the installed devices as
shown in figure 16. The extra zones, function exactly like any other
zone, displaying zone status on the keypad and sending separate
alarm codes for each zone. For more information on programming
the options mentioned in the following sections refer to Zone
Definitions section.
NOTE: This feature is not available on the MAESTRO-600 Control
Panel!
3.9.3 N.C. Contacts, Without EOL Resistor, With
Tamper Recognition
If your security installation requires tamper recognition, all detection
devices must use normally closed contacts. Connect the devices
and program the control panel as shown in figure 14. This setup will
communicate an open or closed zone to the control panel,
illuminating the corresponding indicator on the keypad when the
zone is open. The control panel will also communicate any detected
tampers (cuts) as Tamper/Wire Fault Recognition Options (see
section 11.7).
3.10.1 ATZ N.C. Contacts, Without EOL Resistor
If your security installation does not require tamper or wire fault
recognition but requires the use of two zones per input, connect the
detection devices and program the control panel as shown in figure
17. Do not use devices with normally open contacts, as this will
cause the system to remain in alarm. This setup will communicate
the status of each device to the control panel (see figure 16), where
an open zone will illuminate the corresponding LED indicator on the
keypad.
3.9.4 N.C. Contacts, With EOL Resistor, With
Tamper and Wire Fault Recognition
If your security installation requires tamper (cut) and wire fault
(short) recognition, all detection devices must use normally closed
contacts. Connect the devices and program the control panel as
shown in figure 15. This setup will communicate an open or closed
zone to the control panel, illuminating the corresponding key on the
keypad when the zone is open. The control panel will also
communicate any detected tampers (cuts) and/or wire faults (short)
as per Tamper/Wire Fault Recognition Options (see section 11.7).
3.10.2 ATZ N.C. Contacts, Without EOL Resistor,
With Tamper Recognition
If your security installation requires tamper recognition and two
zones per input terminal, connect the detection devices and
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program the control panel as shown in figure 18. Do not use devices
with normally open contacts, as this will cause the zone to remain
open. This setup will communicate the status of each zone to the
control panel (see figure 16), where an open zone will illuminate the
corresponding LED indicator on the keypad. The control panel will
also communicate any detected tampers (cuts) on the system as
per Tamper/Wire Fault Recognition Options (see section 11.7).
alarm. If the line is "open", the control panel will send a "fire loop"
trouble report to the central station and illuminate the “TRBL”
indicator on the keypad.
3.11.2 Supervised 4-Wire, Latched, Smoke Detector
Installation
3.10.3 ATZ N.C. Contacts, With EOL Resistor, With
Tamper & Wire Fault Recognition
If your system requires tamper (cut) and wire fault (short)
recognition, connect the two detection devices to one input terminal
with a 1KΩ end of line (EOL) resistor and program the control panel
as shown in figure 19. Do not use devices with normally open
contacts, as this will cause the zone to remain open. This setup will
communicate the status of each zone to the control panel (see
figure 16), where an open zone will illuminate the corresponding
LED indicator on the keypad. Any tampers (cuts) and/or wire faults
(shorts) detected on the system are communicated as per
Tamper/Wire Fault Recognition Options (see section 11.7).
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If your security installation requires the use of smoke detectors, you
must define zone 3 as a “24-hour fire” zone; please refer to section
7.5.
3.11.1 Standard Installation
Connect the smoke detectors to zone 3 as shown in figure 20. Note
that a fire zone must use a 1KΩ EOL resistor. If there is a line short
or if the smoke detector becomes active, whether the system is
armed or disarmed the control panel will generate an
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Streamline (for description, see Programming Guide) - Section 00
Hexa Programming - Addresses 000-002
Default = 1111
Only the installer code provides you with access to program all
settings in the control panel. Only the Master and User access
codes can not be programmed using the installer code. To program
any setting in the control panel you must enter the programming
mode by pressing the [ENT] key followed by the Installer Code. The
installer code contains six digits and each digit can be any value
from 0 to 9. When programming the installer code, always enter six
digits.
[ENT] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [0] [0] [0] + First 2 digits + [0] [0] [1] +
Next 2 digits + [0] [0] [2] + Final 2 digits + [ENT]
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To reset (unlatch) the smoke
detectors
after
an
alarm,
momentarily interrupt power to
the detectors. To do so, verify
that the negative (-) of the smoke
detectors are connected to the
PGM.
To supervise the power supply,
install an “end of line” relay (relay
form “C”). Connect the smoke
detectors and relay as shown in
figure 21. In the event power is
interrupted the relay will cause a
fire trouble report (see section
7.5, “24 Hour” & Fire Zones.)
Set the PGM for “Timed N.C.” (normally closed), and program the
PGM to “open” when any two keys on the keypad are pressed
simultaneously. For more information on programming the PGM
refer to section 10 PGM (Programmable Outputs)
EXAMPLE:
To program the PGM to conduct a smoke detector reset when
the [CLR] and [ENT] keys are pressed at the same time.
Address 039 = [BYPASS] [2ND]
Address 040 = [5] [0]
Address 042 = [2ND] [6]
Address 056 = [0] [0] [4]
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Default Master Code: 0000
Please note you can not use the Installer Code to program the
Master and User codes. Only the Master and User 1 Codes can
program these codes. For details on Programming Master & User
Codes go to section 12.1.
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Address 088, key [9].
Default: 4-digit Access Codes.
When entering an access code into the control panel, the control
panel can grant access after entering all six digits or after entering
the first four digits of the code.
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LED “9” on: 6-digit Access Codes
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [8] [8] + “9” On/Off + [ENT] + [ENT]
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Address 090, key [0]
Default: Duress Disabled
When unwillingly forced to disarm a system, entering User Code
#48 instead of the usual code, will disarm the system and send a
silent alert (Duress Code) to the Central Station.
LED “10” off: Duress Disabled
LED “10” on: Duress Enabled
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [9] [0] + “10” On/Off + [ENT] + [ENT]
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Address 058
Default: Address Empty
Program 147 into address 058 to enable the installer lock. Hence, a
hardware reset (see section Power Down Reset) will not affect the
current settings. To remove the installer lock, enter any value other
than 147.
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [5] [8] + [1] [4] [7] + [ENT]
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When programming, use the supplied “Programming Guide” to keep
track of which addresses were programmed and how. Before you
begin programming the control panel, we recommend you read
sections 5 through 11 of this manual in order to acquire a good
understanding of the control panel and its many features. When
programming with the keypad, certain addresses are programmed
using different methods. These methods are described in detail
below. Each section in this manual will reference the appropriate
programming method.
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Addresses 000 to 043 and 300 to 527 are programmed using the
Hexa Programming method. In this mode, you can enter any
hexa-digit from 0-F where keys [1] to [9] represent digits 1 to 9
respectively; the other keys represent hexa digits A to F as shown
in figure 22. To program using the Hexa Programming method:
1. Press [ENT] + [installer code]
2. The red “PRG” indicator will flash indicating you are in
programming mode
This makes for quicker programming.
Note, the keypad will not display the current data in the Hexa
Streamlined Programming method. To program using the Hexa
Streamlined Section method:
1. Press [ENT] + [installer code] + [7].
2. The red “PRG” and “2nd” LED indicators will flash to indicate
you are in programming mode.
3. Enter [2-digit section] (00-67)
4. The red “PRG” indicator will remain on and “2nd” LED indicator will
turn off.
5. Enter [8-digit data] to program the section.
6. The keypad will sound a confirmation “beep” to indicate that the
section has been programmed, data is saved and that the
software has advanced to the next section.
7. Return to step 5 to continue programming at the next address or
press [CLR] to exit the programming mode.
3. Enter the desired [3-digit address] and the red “PRG” indicator
will remain illuminated.
4. The keypad will display the 2-digit data currently saved at this
address as described in figure 23
5. Enter [2-digit data]; after entering data you do not need to press
[ENT], the software will automatically save the data into the
selected address.
6. Return to step 2 to continue programming or press [CLR] to exit
programming mode.
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This is an alternate method to Hexa Programming. The addresses
(000-043 and 300-527) programmed in the Hexa Programming
method are grouped into 67 sections where each section contains
four addresses (i.e. section 11 = addresses 300-303). Using this
method allows you to program 8 digits (4 addresses) without having
to exit and re-enter addresses. When entering the final digit, the
software will automatically advance to the next section.
Example: If you complete the “Programming Guide” with the
desired data, you can program the 67 sections by entering all 567
digits without pressing [ENT] or entering any other addresses.
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4. The keypad will now display the 3-digit data currently saved at
this address as described in figure 24
5. Enter [3-digit data] (000-255); after entering data you do not
need to press [ENT], the software will automatically save the
data into the selected address.
6. Return to step 2 to continue programming or press [CLR] to exit
programming mode
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Addresses 062 to 126 are programmed using the Feature Select
Programming method. In this method, each key in every address
represents an option or feature. Pressing a key will illuminate the
corresponding LED indicator on the keypad and pressing the key
again will extinguish the indicator. The On/Off status of each light
determines the selected features. To program using the Feature
Select Programming method:
1. Press [ENT] + [installer code]
2. The red “PRG” indicator will flash to indicate you are in
programming mode
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Addresses 044 to 061 are programmed using the Decimal
Programming method. Values entered must contain three digits
from 000 to 255.
To program using the Decimal Programming method:
1. Press [ENT] + [installer code]
2. The red “PRG” indicator will flash to indicate you are in
programming mode
3. Enter [3-digit address] (044-061) and the “PRG” indicator will
remain on
3. Enter [3-digit address] (062-126)
4. After entering the address, the keypad will display the feature
selection status. The On/Off status of the keypad LED indicators
determines the selected features as described in the
“Programming Guide” and in the appropriate sections of this
manual. Turn the LED indicators on/off by pressing the
corresponding key until the desired options are set. Then press
the [ENT] key to accept, there will be a confirmation “beep”
indicating the options have been accepted. The “PRG” indicator
will flash to indicate that the software is awaiting the next
address entry
5. Return to step 3 to continue programming or press [CLR] to exit
programming mode
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This method allows for quick programming of features without
entering addresses or section numbers. The following features are
programmed using the installer code as well as the master and user
1 codes.
• Auto Arm Time: for details see parag. 9.1.1
• Panel Time: for details see parag. 9.5
• Manual Test Report: for details see parag. 8.8
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Hexa Programming - Address 003
Default: Answering Machine Override Disabled & Maximum 8 rings.
The following two options will define how the control panels answer
an incoming call from a computer using the Visload software.
In order for the Visload software to remotely communicate with the
control panel, call the installation site twice using the Visload
Software. To do so, program the first digit in address 003 with any
value from 1-F (see table 2 at the end of this section), this value
represents the delay period the control panel will wait between the
first and second call. Using the Visload software, call the installation
site and on the second ring press [enter] on the keyboard to
hang-up. After hanging up, the Visload software will immediately call
the installation site back. If the installation site is called back within
the programmed delay period, the control panel will override the
answering machine or service by picking-up on the first ring. To
disable this option program [2nd] or [1] as the first digit in address
003.
Example: A security installation is using an answering machine set
to answer after 3 rings, the first digit at address 003 has been
programmed with [5] (40 sec.) and the second digit has been
programmed with 8. When you call the installation site with the
Visload software the first time, wait two rings and press [enter] on
the keyboard. The Visload software will immediately call the
installation site back. If the second call is made within 40 seconds,
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the panel will pick up the line on the first ring. If it takes more than
40 seconds, the panel will not answer on the first ring and the
answering machine will answer after three rings.
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [0] [3] + 1st digit + 2nd digit (1-15
rings) + [ENT]
The second digit represents the number of rings the control panel
will wait before picking-up the line. If the line is not answered after
the number of re-programmed rings, the control panel will answer
the call. Note the control panel resets the "ring" counter every 64
seconds. Therefore, if someone or an answering machine answers
a call before the number of pre-programmed rings has elapsed, the
control panel will keep the number of rings in memory for 64
seconds. If you hang-up and call the installation site back within 64
seconds, the control panel will continue to count the number of rings
from the first call. After reaching the total number of rings, the
control panel will answer the call. The number of rings can be set
from 1-15 by programming the second digit at address 003 with any
hexa-digit from 1-F. Program the second digit with [2nd] to disable
this option.
Example: Address 003 = [2nd] [8]. Using the Visload software, you
call an installation site where there is no answering machine or
service and no one is home. Since there is no one to answer the
telephone call, the control panel will pick-up the line on the eighth
ring. If someone happens to be home and answers the telephone,
say, after three rings, the control panel will keep the three rings in
memory for 64 seconds. If you hang-up and call back the installation
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site within 64 seconds the control panel will answer the call on
fifth ring. If you call back after 64 seconds the "ring" counter
have been reset and the control panel will answer the call on
eighth ring.
NOTE: If you program four or less rings, the control panel
always reset the counter!
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[2nd] or [1] = Answering Machine Override disabled
[2] = 16 sec. [4] = 32 sec. [6] = 48 sec. [8] to [TRBL] = 60 sec.
[3] = 24 sec. [5] = 40 sec. [7] = 56 sec.
Note: for more details, refer to the Programming Guide Streamline section “00” and “014”.
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Hexa Programming - Addresses
004-005
This four-digit code identifies the control panel to the Visload
software before initiating upload. Program the same 4-digit code into
the control panel and the Visload software before attempting to
establish communication. If the codes do not match, the control
panel will not establish communication. Enter any hexa digits from 0
to F.
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [0] [4] + First 2 digits + [0] [0] [5] +
Final 2 digits + [ENT]
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Hexa Programming - Addresses
006-007
This four-digit download password identifies the PC to the panel,
before beginning the download process. Enter the same password
into the Visload software and the control panel. If the passwords are
not the same, Visload will not establish communication. Enter any
hexa digits from 0 to F.
[ENT] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [0] [0] [6] + First 2 digits + [0] [0] [7] +
Final 2 digits + [ENT]
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Hexa Programming - Address
008-015
The control panel will dial this telephone number when trying to
initiate communication with the PC (see section 6.5 Call Visload).
There is no default telephone number and you can enter any
number from 0-9 up to a maximum of 16 digits. If you would like to
enter any special keys or functions refer to table 3 in section 8.3. If
the telephone number contains less than 16 digits, press the [TRBL]
key to indicate the end of the telephone number.
[ENT] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [7] + [0] [2] + Telephone Number (if
<16 digits press [TRBL]) + [ENT]
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key [TRBL]
The control panel will dial the telephone number entered at
addresses 008-015 (see section 6.4) in order to communicate with
the Visload software. The control panel and the computer will verify
that the Panel Identifier and the PC Password match before
establishing communication (see sections 6.2 and 6.3).
Press [ENT] + (Installer, Master, or User 1 Code) + [TRBL]
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By entering the code sequence listed below, you can manually force
the control panel to answer any incoming calls from the Visload
software. This option can also be used to perform an on-site
upload/download by connecting your computer directly to the control
panel using an ADP-1 line adapter (ADP-1 is a module that can be used
to connect a modem directly to the panel without the phone line) and
manually answering Visload from the control panel. In Visload go to:
Main Menu
Program Setup
Setup
Modem & Printer
Configuration
Set "Dialing Condition" to "Blind Dial". Program the panel telephone
number in Visload and follow the instructions on the ADP-1 adapter.
When the computer has dialed press:
[ENT] + (Installer, Master, or User 1 Code) + [AWAY]
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key [HOME]
Use the Installer Code to cancel all communication and erase any
unreported events in the buffer until the next reportable event. Use
the Master or User 1 code to cancel communication attempts with
Visload.
[ENT] + (Installer, Master & User 1 Code) + [HOME]
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Feature Select Programming
Address 086, key [4]
Default: Call Back Disabled
For additional security, when a PC using the Visload software
attempts to communicate with the control panel, the control panel
can hang-up and call the PC back in order to re-verify identification
codes and re-establish communication. When the control panel
answers the call, it will verify if the Panel ID and PC Passwords
match and if they do, the control panel will hang-up and call the
Visload software back. The Visload software will automatically go
into "wait for dial tone", ready to answer when the control panel calls
back. Please note the Computer Telephone Number (see section
6.4) must be programmed in order to use the "Call Back" feature.
LED “4” off: Call Back Disabled
LED “4” on: Call Back Enabled
[ENT] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [0] [8] [6] + “4” On/Off + [ENT] + [ENT]
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Address 088, key [2nd]
Default: Automatic Event Buffer Transmission Disabled
When the event buffer reaches 50% capacity, the control panel will
make two attempts to establish communication with a PC. The
control panel will call the Computer Telephone Number (see section
6.4) programmed at addresses 008 to 015. The Visload software
must be in "wait for dial tone" mode. When the system establishes
communication, it will upload the contents of the event buffer to the
Visload software. If communication is interrupted before
transmission of the complete contents of the buffer, or if after two
attempts, communication is not established, the system will wait
until the event buffer is full before attempting to re-communicate
with Visload. When Event Buffer is full, each subsequent new event
will erase the oldest event in the buffer.
LED “2nd” off: Automatic Event Buffer Transmission Disabled
LED “2nd” on: Automatic Event Buffer Transmission Enabled
[ENT] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [0] [8] [8] + “2ND” On/Off + [ENT] + [ENT]
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Note: When defining zones characteristics, refer to “zone
definition” table, in the programming guide.
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Default: 600mS
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The zone speed applies to all zones whether the system is armed or
disarmed. The zone speed defines how quickly the control panel will
respond to an open zone. The control panel will not display and/or
respond to an open zone until the programmed zone speed elapses.
All other zone definitions and options do not come into effect until
the zone speed has elapsed.
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Example: The system is armed and the zone speed is set for 1.2
seconds. A zone opens and closes in less than 1.2 seconds, the
control panel will respond as though nothing happened (i.e. no
reporting, no alarm and no display on keypad).
The zone speed can be set from 15ms to 3.8s (001 to 255 X
15ms). This feature prevents any momentary glitches in the system
from causing an alarm or unnecessary reporting.
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [5] [3] + 3 digit decimal value (001-255)
+ [ENT]
• A trouble indicator, “HOME”, and a fire zone indicator, “3”, will
flash on the keypad.
• Alarms will generate an intermittent output signal as
demonstrated by the figure below, regardless of the system’s
current arming status.
• Alarms are always audible, regardless of other settings.
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Address 090, key [8]
Default: ATZ Disabled
NOTE: This feature is not available on the Maestro-600 Control
Panel!
Enabling the ATZ feature allows you to install two detection devices
per zone input. Each detection device will have its own zone and
each will transmit a separate alarm code that will display on the
keypad. For information on how to connect the detection devices
and how the panel recognizes them, please refer to section
Advanced Technology Zone (ATZ) Connections .
LED “8” off: ATZ Disabled
LED “8” on: ATZ Enabled
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [9] [0] + “8” On/Off + [ENT]
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Address 092, keys [1] to [0]
If an alarm condition occurs on a zone identified as Intellizone, the
control panel will not trigger an alarm until one of the following
conditions occurs within a specified period (see Intellizone Time
Delay, section 7.3.1):
• An alarm condition occurs on another zone.
• The zone that is in alarm has restored and re-occurred.
• The zone that is in alarm remains in alarm the entire period.
Note the Intellizone timer will only begin after the Zone Speed period
has elapsed (see section 7.1).
CAUTION: Do not use the Intellizone feature on zones
programmed with any Entry Delay! An alarm may occur when
disarming the system.
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Address 057
Default: 48 seconds
You can set the Intellizone Time Delay between 010 and 255
seconds. This is the period specified for Intellizones to detect one of
three conditions before generating an alarm (see Intellizones,
section 7.3).
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [5] [7] + 3-digit decimal value
(010-255) + [ENT]
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Address 096, keys [1] to [0]
Using the “Feature Select Programming Method”, identify or select
which zones will be defined as Silent Zones. If an alarm occurs on a
Silent Zone, the control panel will report the alarm (see Event
Reporting on section 8) to the central station without triggering any
bells. If zone 3 is defined as a 24 hour (fire zone), the control panel
will generate an audible alarm overriding a silent zone definition.
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Feature Select Programming
Address 100, keys [1] to [0]
Using the “Feature Select Programming Method”, identify or select
which zones will be defined as 24 hour zones. Whether the system
is armed or disarmed, open “24 hour” zones always generate an
alarm. However, if zone 3 is defined as “24 hour”, it becomes a
“Fire Zone”. Connect the smoke detectors as described in section
Fire Circuit. An open “Fire Zone” will generate the following:
• The control panel will send a fire loop trouble report (address
500) to the Central Station.
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Address 090, key [1]
Default: Zone 4 Enabled
If the ATZ feature is enabled and zone 3 has been set as a fire
zone, zone 4 must be disabled if it is not going to be used.
LED “1“ off: Zone 4 Enabled
LED “1“ on: Zone 4 Disabled
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [9] [0] + “1” On/Off + [ENT]
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Address 104, keys [1] to [0]
Using the “Feature Select Programming Method”, identify or select
which zones will be defined as Instant Zones. If an “Instant” zone
opens, the control panel will immediately generate an alarm after the
“Zone Speed” has elapsed.
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Address 108, keys [1] to [0]
Using the “Feature Select Programming Method”, identify or select
which zones will be defined as Follow Zones. Follow zones function
as follows:
• If a follow zone opens and no entry delay zones have been
triggered, the control panel will generate an alarm immediately
after the zone speed has elapsed.
• If a follow zone opens during another zone's entry delay period,
the control panel will wait until the end of the entry delay period
before generating an alarm.
• If a follow zone opens when more than one entry delay zone has
been triggered, the control panel will wait until end of the entry
delay zone that opened first, before generating an alarm.
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Address 050
Default: 45 seconds
Any zone that has not been identified as Instant Zones, Follow
Zones, Entry Delay 2 or “24 Hour” & Fire Zones will automatically
default to Delay 1. You can program the Delay 1 period between
001 and 255 seconds into address 050. If a zone defined as Delay 1
opens in an armed system, the control panel will wait the
programmed period before generating an alarm. This allows time
for users to disarm the system when entering the protected area.
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [5] [0] + 3-digit decimal value
(001-255) + [ENT]
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Address 112, keys [1] to [0]
Using the “Feature Select Programming Method”, identify or select
which zones will be defined as Entry Delay 2 Zones. If a zone
defined as Delay 2 opens in an armed system, the control panel will
wait the Entry Time Delay 2 (see section 7.9.1) period before
generating an alarm. This allows time for users to disarm the
system when entering the protected area.
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Sec. 7.2
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Sec. 7.10
Sec. 7.10.2
Sec. 7.11
Sec. 7.11.1
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7.9.1 Entry Time Delay 2
7.11.1 Auto Zone Shutdown
Decimal Programming
Address 051
Default: 45 seconds
This applies to all zones defined as Delay 2 (see Entry Delay 2
above). You can program the Delay 2 between 001 and 255
seconds (default 45 seconds).
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [5] [1] + 3-digit decimal value
(001-255) + [ENT]
Feature Select Programming
Address 086 key [TRBL]
Default: Disabled
The control panel will automatically bypass any “Bypass Enabled
Zones” which initiate 5 consecutive alarms in the same-armed
period. Therefore, the zone will no longer generate an alarm. After
the control panel has bypassed a zone, it will report an event code
to the Central Station if programmed at addresses 448-461 (see
Reporting Event Codes, section 8.6).
This feature is a function of the Report Zone Restore Options (see
section Report Zone Restore Options). If this option is set for
Report zone restore on bell cut-off, the zone will only be bypassed
after the bell or siren has cut-off 5 consecutive times in the same
armed period. While if the option is set for report zone on zone
closure, the zone will be bypassed when the zone has opened and
closed 5 consecutive times in one armed period.
LED “TRBL” off: Auto Zone Shutdown Disabled
LED “TRBL” on: Auto Zone Shutdown Enabled
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [8] [6] + “TRBL” On/Off + [ENT]
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Feature Select Programming
Address 086, key [8]
This feature divides the alarm system into two distinct systems,
identified as “System A” and “System B”. You can assign each
zone to System A, System B, both systems, or neither system.
Partitioning works as follows:
• Zones assigned to System A, will arm/disarm when the system is
“System A Armed/Disarmed”.
• Zones assigned to System B, will arm/disarm when the system is
“System B Armed/Disarmed”.
• Zones assigned to both systems (“dual area”) will arm when the
system is either “System A Armed”, “System B Armed” or when
both systems are armed and will disarm only when both systems
disarm.
• Zones not identified to any system (“common area”) will arm only
when the system is both “System A Armed” and “System B
Armed” and will only disarm when at least one of the two systems
disarms.
For more information on arming and disarming partitions, see
section 12.5, Arming/Disarming Partitions. Also, refer to Code
Priority in section 9.12.
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Address 116, keys [1] to [0]
Using the “Feature Select Programming Method”, select which
zones will be assigned to “System A” or if the system isn’t
partitioned the zones will be identified as Home Zones. For details
on “System A” zones refer to Partitioning above. For details on
Home Arming (see section 12.4).
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Address 120, keys [1] to [0]
Using the “Feature Select Programming Method”, select which
zones will be assigned to “System B”. For details on “System B”
zones refer to Partitioning above.
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Feature Select Programming
Address 124, keys [1] to [0]
Using the “Feature Select Programming Method”, select which
zones will be defined as Bypass Enabled. Only zones defined as
bypass enabled can be used for Manual Zone Bypassing (see
section 12.9, Manual Zone Bypassing) or during Auto Zone
Shutdown (see section 7.11.1).
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Address 086, key [HOME] & [AWAY]
Default: Reporting Disabled
When a specific event occurs in the system, the control panel will
attempt to report the appropriate event code to the Central Station.
The Reporting Options define where the event codes are reported.
In order to establish communication with the Central Station, the
control panel will first access a telephone line and wait a maximum
of eight seconds for a dial tone. If a dial tone is recognized or if after
eight seconds there is no dial tone, the control panel will dial the
appropriate Central Station Telephone Number as defined by the
Reporting Options listed in the table below. Once communication is
established, the control panel will transmit the events in the event
buffer to the Central Station. If communication fails during
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Address 088; key [MEM]
Default: EOL input enabled
If the system is using 1KΩ end of line resistors on zone input
terminals, enable this feature (see Zone Connections in section 3.8).
LED “MEM” off: Input Zones use EOL Resistors
LED “MEM” on: Input Zones do not use EOL Resistors
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [8] [8] + “MEM” On/Off + [ENT]
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Address 090, key [home]
Default: Disabled
If using a keypad zone defined as keypad zone 1, enable this
feature. When enabled, the control panel will verify for the presence
of a keypad and the keypad zone. For more information, see
Keypad Zone Connections in section Keypad Zone Connections in
section 3.8.
LED “HOME” off: Keypad Zone 1 Disabled
LED “HOME” on: Keypad Zone 1 Enabled
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [9] [0] + “HOME” On/Off + [ENT]
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Address 090, key [away]
Default: Disabled
If using a keypad zone defined as keypad zone 2, enable this
feature. When enabled, the control panel will verify for the presence
of a keypad and the keypad zone. For more information, see
Keypad Zone Connections in section 3.8.
LED “AWAY” off: Keypad Zone 2 Disabled
LED “AWAY” on: Keypad Zone 2 Enabled
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [9] [0] + “AWAY” On/Off + [ENT]
transmission, the control panel will dial the next central station
telephone number, as defined by the reporting options and report
only those events not reported during the interrupted attempt. For
more information on Reporting Event Codes (see section 8.6).
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [8] [6] + “HOME” & “AWAY” On/Off +
[ENT]
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Regular Reporting
Split Reporting
Double Reporting
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8.1.1 Reporting Disabled
The Control Panel will never transmit any event codes to the central
station.
8.1.2 Regular Reporting
Using regular reporting the event codes are reported to the central
station using either telephone number 1 or 2. The control panel will
begin by dialing central station telephone number 1. If
communication fails, the dialer will hang up, wait a pre-determined
period and dial central station telephone number 2. This sequence
will repeat 4 times, switching back and forth between the 1st and
2nd number (see figure 27) until communication is established.
After eight unsuccessful dialing attempts, the redial sequence ends
and a "communicator report failure" will appear in the keypad’s
trouble display (LED “7” on). When the next event occurs
(reportable or non-reportable), the control panel will begin the dialing
sequence again.
occurs (reportable or non-reportable), the control panel will begin
the dialing sequence again.
When the system is in alarm, the control panel will report all Event
Codes to Central Station Telephone 1. Any ongoing communication
will stop immediately and the panel will dial Telephone 1. If
communication fails, the dialer will hang-up, wait a pre-determined
period and dial the number again. The control panel will dial the
number eight times until communication is established (see figure
27). After eight unsuccessful dialing attempts, the redial sequence
ends and a "communicator report failure" will appear in the keypad’s
trouble display (LED “7” on). When the next event occurs
(reportable or non-reportable), the control panel will begin the dialing
sequence again.
8.1.4 Double Reporting
When the system is not in alarm, the control panel will report all
Event Codes to Central Station Telephone 2. If communication fails,
the dialer will hang-up, wait a pre-determined period and dial the
number again. The control panel will dial the number eight times
until communication is established (see figure 27). After eight
unsuccessful dialing attempts, the redial sequence ends and a
"communicator report failure" will appear in the keypad’s trouble
display
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In double reporting, the control panel will report each event code to
both central station telephone numbers. The control panel will begin
by attempting communication with central station telephone 1 and if
communication fails, the dialer will hang-up, wait a pre-determined
period and dial the number again. The control panel will dial the
number eight times until communication is established (see figure
27). After eight unsuccessful dialing attempts, the redial sequence
ends and a "communicator report failure" will appear in the keypad’s
trouble display (key [7] "on"). If communication has been
established and the event codes transmitted or if after eight
attempts communication has not been established, the control panel
will report the same Event Codes to Central Station Telephone 2.
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Hexa Programming - Addresses
016-023
The control panel will dial the programmed telephone number when
reporting an event code to the central station computer (see
Reporting Options in section 8.1). For example, if the alarm
system is armed and a zone with a motion detector opens, the
control panel will dial the telephone number in order to send the
programmed event code to the central station computer. There is no
default telephone number and you can enter any number from 0-9
up to a maximum of 16 digits. If you would like to enter any special
keys or functions, refer to table 3 below. If the telephone number
contains less than 16 digits, press the [TRBL] key to indicate the
end of the telephone number.
[ENT] + [installer code] + [7] + [0] [4] + Telephone Number + [ENT]
or [TRBL] if number <16 digits then [ENT].
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Hexa Programming - Addresses
024-031
The control panel can communicate with two central station
numbers depending on the selected Reporting Options in section
8.1. If the central station does not have a second number, enter the
same number as the first. There is no default telephone number and
you can enter any number from 0-9 up to a maximum of 16 digits. If
you would like to enter any special keys or functions, refer to table 3
below. If the telephone number contains less than 16 digits, press
the [TRBL] key to indicate the end of the telephone number.
[ENT] + [installer code] + [7] + [0] [6] + Telephone Number + [ENT]
or [TRBL] if number <16 digits then [ENT].
Caution: Both Central Station Telephone Numbers must be
programmed in order for event reporting to function properly!
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Table 3 - Telephone # Special Instructions
Enter special instructions in the telephone numbers using these
keys:
[BYPASS] = switch from pulse to tone while dialing
[HOME] = * [MEM] = pause 4 seconds
[AWAY] = # [TRBL] = end of telephone number
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Hexa Programming - Addresses
Streamline - Section 08
032-035
All report codes are preceded by a 3 or 4-digit system account code
to ensure correct identification to the central station. For example, if
a zone opens, the control panel will first send the account code
followed by the appropriate report code. In a partitioned system, the
control panel can send a separate account code for each system.
This will identify to the central station from which system the report
code originated. To do so, program a different number into each
account code. Where account code #1 will represent System “A”
and account code #2 will represent System “B”.
NOTE: If partitioning is disabled, program the same value for
both account numbers.
There are no defaults and you can enter any hexa digit from 0 to F.
The first 4 digits entered represent System Account Code #1. The
final 4 digits entered represent System Account Code #2. Please
note if required, system account codes can have 3 digits. To do so,
press the [2nd] key followed by the 3-digit account number.
[ENT] + [installer code] + [7] + [0] [8] + 4-digit Account Code #1 +
4-digit Account Code #2 + [ENT]
or
[ENT] + [installer code] + [7] + [0] [8] + [2nd] + 3-digit Account
Code #1 + [2nd] 3-digit Account Code #2 + [ENT]
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Default: Ademco Slow for both numbers
The following option will determine which format the control panel
will use to communicate with the Central Station. Using table 4
below, select the appropriate communication format for each Central
Station Telephone Number. The first digit will represent the
Communication Format for Central Station Telephone Number 1
and the second digit will represent the Communication Format for
Central Station Telephone Number 2. Below you will find a brief
description of all available Communicator Formats.
[ENT] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [0] [3] [8] + First digit = Central
Station Telephone #1 + Second digit = Central Station Telephone
#2 + [ENT]
Low Battery
498 & 506
Low System Battery
302
AC fail
499 & 507
AC loss
301
500 & 508
Fire Loop Trouble
373
501 & 509
Time/Date Reset
625
Fire Loop Trouble
Timer
Loss
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Timer
TLM Trouble Restore
511
Telco 1 Fault
351
Test Report
512
Periodic Test
602
Panic #1 (1+3)
513
Panic Alarm
120
Panic #2 (4+6)
514
Medical
100
Panic #3 (7+9)
515
Fire Alarm
110
Duress
520
Duress
121
Late to Open/Close
404
Late
Close
or
No
516 & 517
Partial Arming
518
Bypass
570
Recent Close
519
Open/Close
400
Program Change
525
Program Changed
306
Please note this format must use a 4-digit system account code
(see section 8.4, System Account Codes). Ademco Contact ID is a
fast communicator format that uses tone dialing instead of pulse
dialing. This communicator format also uses a pre-defined list of
industry standard messages and event codes that should suit most
of your basic installation needs. The control panel will automatically
generate the Contact ID event codes for every event in addresses
300 to 527 (see table 5). Therefore, you do not have to program
addresses 300 to 527.
8.5.2 Ademco Contact ID (programmable codes)
Please note this format must use a 4-digit system account code
(see System Account Codes, section 8.4). Ademco Contact ID is a
fast communicator format that uses tone dialing instead of pulse
dialing. Use the Ademco Contact ID event list of industry standard
messages and event codes in the programming guide to program
the desired event codes into addresses 300 to 527.
8.5.3 Ademco Express
This high-speed reporting format communicates 2-digit (00 to FF)
events programmed at addresses 300 to 527 at a speed of 2
seconds per event. Unlike the other Ademco formats, the Contact
ID Event Codes are not used. Please note this format must use a
4-digit system account code (see section 8.4)
8.5.4 DTMF – no handshake
This format is the same as the Ademco contact ID (programmable
codes) except there is no verification of the report code sent (no
handshake). Use this format in reporting situations where a central
station receiver is not connected to the telephone number. It is also
useful for personal reporting where a "handshake" is not required.
For example, in "double reporting" mode, the first central station
number can be connected to a receiver, while the second can be
used for personal reporting using "no handshake" format. The panel
will make two attempts to call the "no handshake" number. Please note
this format must use a 4-digit system account code (see section 8.4).
8.5.5 Standard Pulse Formats
The control panel supports the following pulse reporting formats
(see table 4): Ademco slow, Silent Knight, Sescoa, and Radionics.
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8.5.1 Ademco Contact ID (all codes)
Table 5 - Contact ID Event Codes
System Event
Event Code
Alarms / Restores
400 to 447
Alarms / Restores on Zone
402, 426
Contact ID
Contact ID
Burglary Zone #
130
Fire Alarm
110
Arm / Disarm
301 to 349 / Open / Close by user #
401
Zone Shutdown
448 to 471
Burglary Bypass #
573
Zone Tamper
472 to 495
Sensor Tamper
383
510
Sensor Tamper
383
Zone Tamper Reset
Auxiliary Power Trouble
496 & 504
System Trouble
300
Bell
497 & 505
Bell 1 Trouble
321
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Hexa Programming - Addresses
300-527.
An Event Code is a 2-digit hexadecimal value, consisting of
numbers from 00-FF. Each address between 300 and 527
represents a specific event, as described below and in the
“Programming Guide”. When an event occurs in the system, the
control panel will send the 2-digit Event Code programmed at the
corresponding address to the central station. The method of Event
Code transmission is dependent on the Communicator Formats
(see section 8.5) and the Reporting Options (see section 8.1). If
using the Ademco Contact I.D. (all codes) format, you do not have
to program any addresses. If you plan to program most of the event
code addresses, we suggest you use the Hexa Streamlined
Programming Method as described in section 5.2. Otherwise, use
the Hexa Programming Method as described in section 5.1.
8.6.1 Arming Codes
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Whenever the system is armed, the control panel will send the
programmed event code to the Central Station identifying who or
how the system was armed.
8.6.2 Disarming Codes
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Hexa Programming - Addresses
350-399
Whenever the system is disarmed, the control panel will send the
programmed event code to the Central Station identifying who
disarmed the system. Also refer to section 8.12
8.6.3 Alarm Codes
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Hexa Programming - Addresses
400-423
Whenever a zone opens while the system is armed, the control
panel will send the programmed event code to the Central Station
identifying which zone generated an alarm.
8.6.4 Restore Codes
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Hexa Programming - Addresses
424-447
The control panel will send the programmed event code to the
Central Station as soon as the zone closes after generating an
alarm or as soon as the zone closes after bell cut-off. For more
information, please see Report Zone Restore Options in section
8.11.
8.6.5 Shutdown Codes
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Hexa Programming - Addresses
448-471
If the Auto Zone Shutdown feature is enabled (see section 7.11),
the control panel will send the programmed event code to the
Central Station identifying which zones were shutdown.
8.6.6 Tamper/Trouble Codes
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Hexa Programming - Addresses
472-495
If the Tamper/Wire Fault Recognition Options are disabled (see
section 11.7), the control panel will never transmit these event
codes. Otherwise, whenever a tamper occurs on a zone, the control
panel will send the programmed Event Code to the Central Station
where Tamper 1 to Tamper 4 represent tamper report codes for
control panel inputs 1 through 4. With Advanced Technology Zoning
(ATZ) enabled (see section 7.2) each Tamper Code address will
represent two zones (as shown below). The control panel will send
the programmed Event Code when a tamper occurs on either zone.
472 – Tamper 1 = Input 1 / Zones 1 & 2
474 – Tamper 2 = Input 2 / Zones 3 & 4
476 – Tamper 3 = Input 3 / Zones 5 & 6
478 – Tamper 4 = Input 4 / Zones 7 & 8
8.6.7 Trouble/Restore Codes
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Section 60 to 63 - Addresses
Streamline or Hexa Programming
496-511
Each of the addresses represents a specific trouble condition. The
control panel will report the appropriate event code to the central
station when one of the following conditions occurs or after the
condition has returned to normal.
496 - Max. Auxiliary Current: is ≥ 1A.
504 - Max. Auxiliary Current Restore
497 - Bell Disconnect/Max. Bell Current: Bell is disconnected or bell
current is ≥ 3A.
505 - Bell Disconnect Restore: No restore code for bell current
498 - Battery Disconnect/Low Voltage: Battery disconnected or battery
voltage ≤ 10.5V.
506 - Battery Disconnect/Low Voltage Restore
499 - Power Failure: Voltage on AC input is ≤ 12.5V. (Also refer to
section 8.9)
507 - Power Failure Restore
500 - Fire Loop Trouble: A tamper occurs on a fire zone (Zone
3/24hr.).
508 - Fire Loop Trouble Restore
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501 - Timer Loss: The control panel detects a loss in the panel
timer.
509 - Timer Programmed
502 to 503 - Reserved for Future Use
510 - All Tamper/Trouble Codes (see section 8.6.6) have returned
to "normal".
511 - TLM Trouble Restore: Telephone line has restored after the
TLM (see section 11.1) has detected the loss of a telephone line.
8.6.8 Special Codes
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Section 64 to 67 - Addresses
Streamline or Hexa Programming
512-527
Each of the addresses represents a special condition in the system.
When one of these special conditions occur, the control panel will
report the event code associated with the address.
512 – Test Report: The test report has been activated either
manually (see section 8.8, Manual Test Report or automatically (see
section 8.7, Auto Test Report).
513 – Panic 1: A User presses keys [1] and [3] to activate a Panic 1
alarm
514 – Panic 2: A User presses keys [4] and [6] to activate a Panic 2
alarm
515 – Panic 3: A User presses keys [7] and [9] to activate a Panic 3
alarm.
For more information on Keypad Panic Options see section 9.4.
516 – Late To Close: “Timed” Auto Arming is enabled (see
section 9.1) and the system has not automatically armed itself at the
specified time.
517 – No Movement: “No Movement” Auto Arming is enabled
(see section 9.2) and no movement has occurred for the designated
amount of time.
518 – Partial Arming: Whenever the system is “Away” armed,
“Home” armed, or armed while one or more zones are bypassed.
519 – Recent Close: An alarm occurs shortly after the system has
been armed (see section 8.10, Recent Close Delay).
520 – Duress: The Duress feature is enabled (see section 4.4) and
a User disarms the system using the User Code #48.
521 to 523 – Reserved for Future Use
525 – Program Change: The installer code is used to enter the
programming mode.
526 to 527 – Reserved for Future Use
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Decimal Programming
Addresses 046-048
Default: Auto Test Report Disabled
The report code programmed at address 512 will be reported to the
central station after the number of days programmed at address
046 have elapsed and at the time programmed at address 047
(hours) and 048 (minutes). To disable this feature, program 000 at
address 046. Also note that if [2nd][2nd] is programmed at address
512 nothing will be reported.
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [4] [6] + 2 digits (days) + [0] [4] [7] + 2
digits (hours) + [0] [4] [8] + 2 digits (minutes) + [ENT]
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Key Access Programming
Activating the manual test report will send the Event Code
programmed at address 512 to the Central Station.
[ENT] + [Installer, Master, or User 1 Code] + [BYPASS]
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Addresses 054
Decimal Programming
Default: 30 minutes
After a power failure, the control panel will delay transmission of the
event code programmed at address 499 by the period programmed
at this address (001 to 255 minutes).
[ENT] + [installer code]+ [0] [5] [4] + 3-digit decimal value (001-255)
+ [ENT]
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Addresses 060
Default: Disabled
The system will transmit the recent close event code programmed
at address 519 if after arming the system, an alarm occurs within
the period programmed at this address (001 to 255 minutes).
Program 000 into address 060 to disable this feature.
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [6] [0] + 3-digit decimal value
(001-255) + [ENT]
8.11 Report Zone Restore Options
Feature Select Programming
Address 088; key [bypass]
Default: Zone Restore Codes Transmit on Bell Cut-Off
With the “Bypass” indicator off, the report codes programmed at
addresses 424-447 (see Restore Codes in section 8.6.4) will only
transmit if the zone has returned to normal upon bell cut-off (see
section 9.11). With the “bypass” indicator on, the codes will
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LED “bypass” off: Report Zone Restore on Bell Cut-Off
LED “bypass” off: Report Zone Restore on Zone Closure
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [8] [8] + “bypass” On/Off + [ENT]
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Feature Select Programming
Address 088; key [TRBL]
Default: Disarming Codes Transmit on User Disarming
With the “TRBL” indicator off, the report codes programmed at
addresses 350-399 (see Disarming Codes in section 8.6.2) will
transmit whenever a User disarms the system. With the “TRBL”
indicator on, the control panel will transmit these codes when a User
disarms a system in alarm.
LED “TRBL” off: Always Report Disarm
LED “TRBL” on: Report Disarm only after alarm
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [8] [8] + “TRBL” On/Off + [ENT]
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Addresse 086; [5]
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Feature Select Programming
Address 086, key [5]
Default: Disabled
The alarm system will automatically arm itself at a specified time
everyday. Note, as with regular arming, the system will not arm if a
zone is open and will report a “late to close” to the central station. If
this occurs, the system will not arm until the next day. The type of
arming is dependent on the Auto Arming Options (see below).
Program the Auto Arm Time as described below.
No Movement Auto
Arming
Address 086; [6]
(sec. 9.2)
Code Priority Define
which users can
System “A”/Home
Arm, arm System “B”
or Bypass Zones
(sec. 9.12)
9.1.1 Auto Arm Time
The control panel will automatically arm itself at the specified time if
“Timed” Auto Arming (see above) is enabled. The time is
programmed using the 24-hour clock (i.e. 8:00PM = 20:00). There
are two methods of programming the “Auto Arm Time” as described
below.
Address 044 & 045
• Decimal Programming
Program the “Auto Arm Time” in hours into address 044 and the
“Auto Arm Time” in minutes into address 045.
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [4] [4] + 3-digit decimal value
(hours) + [0] [4] [5] + 3-digit decimal value (minutes) + [ENT]
key [9]
• Key Access Programming
The User 1, Master, or Installer can program the “Auto Arm Time” using
this method.
[ENT] + [Installer, Master, or User 1 Code] + [9] + 2 digits
representing hours + 2 digits representing minutes + [ENT]
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Feature Select Programming
Address 090, key [2]
Default: Regular Arming
The “Auto Arm” feature will arm the system as described in the
table below.
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [9] [0] + “2” On/Off + [ENT]
LED “2”
Off
Off
On
On
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Off
On
Off
On
Option
“Regular Arming”
“System A and B Arming”
“Home Arming”
“System A Arming”
Arm/Disarm
Related
Features
“One-Key” Regular
Arming
Address 088; [7]
(sec. 9.3)
“One-Key” System
“A”/Home Arming
Address 088; [8]
(sec. 9.4)
Auto Arm Time
Addresses 044 & 045
(sec. 9.1.1)
Auto Arming Options
Address 090 [2]
(sec. 9.1.2)
No Movement Time
Address 055
(Sec. 9.2.1)
System “A”/Home
Arm Priority
Addresses 062, 064
& 066; all keys
System “B” Arm
Priority
Addresses 068, 070
& 072; all keys
Bypass Access
Addresses 074, 076
& 078; all keys
Keyswitch Arming
Address 086;
[2] & [3] (sec. 9.5)
Bell Squawk
Address 086; [MEM]
(sec. 9.6)
Exit Delay
Address 049
(sec. 9.7)
“Beep” on Exit Delay
Address 088;
[AWAY]
(sec. 9.8)
Alarm Transmission
Delay
Address 059
(sec. 9.9)
Bell Cut-Off Time
Address 052
(sec. 9.11)
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Feature Select Programming
Address 086, key [6]
Default: Disabled
If the control panel does not detect any zone openings for a
specified period, the control panel will arm the system and transmit
the event code programmed at address 517. Note the type of
arming is dependent on the Auto Arming Options (see
above). Program the “No Movement” Auto Arm as described below.
LED “6“ off: No Movement Auto Arm Disabled
LED “6” on: No Movement Auto Arm Enabled
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [8] [6] + “6” On/Off + [ENT]
9.2.1 “No Movement” Auto Arm Time
Decimal Programming → Address 055
Default: 8 hours
000 = disabled; (001-255) X 15 minutes
If the “No Movement” Auto Arming (see above) feature is disabled
and a time is programmed, the control panel will transmit the event
code programmed at address 517 if no movement is detected
during the programmed period.
[ENT] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [0] [5] [5] + 3-digit decimal value
(001-255) + [ENT]
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Feature Select Programming → Address 088, key [7].
Default: Disabled.
A user can “regular” arm the system by pressing and holding the
[QUICK] key for 2 seconds.
LED “7” off: “One-Key” Regular Arming Disabled
LED “7” on: “One-Key” Regular Arming Enabled
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Feature Select Programming → Address 088, key [8].
Default: Disabled.
Press and hold the [HOME] key for 2 seconds to “Home” arm the
system if partitioning is disabled. If the system is partitioned, the
control panel will arm “System A”.
LED “8” off: “One-Key” Home/“System A” Arming Disabled
LED “8” on: “One-Key” Home/“System A” Arming Enabled
[ENT] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [0] [8] [8] + “8” On/Off + [ENT]
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Feature Select Programming → Address 086, key [2] & [3].
Default: Disabled.
The user can use a keyswitch or pushbutton to “Home” and
“Regular” arm/disarm the system. Refer to sections 3.7 & 12.8.
[ENT] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [0] [8] [6] + “2” & “3” On/Off +
[ENT]
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LED “2”
Off
LED “3”
Function
Off
Disabled
On
Off
Disabled
Off
On
“Regular” Arm
On
On
“Home” Arm
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Feature Select Programming
Address 086; key [MEM]
Default: Disabled
With this feature enabled, the bell or siren will sound a half-second
“squawk” upon arming and two half-second “squawks” upon
disarming.
LED “MEM” off: Bell Squawk Disabled
LED “MEM” on: Bell Squawk Enabled
[ENT] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [0] [8] [6] + “MEM” On/Off + [ENT]
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Decimal Programming
Address 049
Default: 60 seconds
The Exit Delay applies to all zones. This option determines how
much time the user has to leave the protected area before the
system arms after entering a valid access code. You can program
the Exit Delay from 001 to 255 seconds.
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [4] [9] + 3 digit decimal value (001-255)
+ [ENT]
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Feature Select Programming
Address 088, key [away]
Default: Disabled
With this feature enabled, the keypad will sound an intermittent
“beep” during exit delay (except when in “HOME” arming).
Frequency of intermittent beeps increases during the last 10
seconds of the exit delay period.
LED “AWAY” off: Beep on Exit Delay Disabled
LED “AWAY” on: Beep on Exit Delay Enabled
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Decimal Programming
Address 059
This time limit, set between 5 and 63 seconds, is the delay period
the control panel will wait before reporting an alarm to the central
station. During this period, disarming the system will cancel all
pending alarms and send the restore codes. Programming 000-004
disables this feature.
[ENT] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [0] [5] [9] + 3-digit decimal value
(005-063) + [ENT]
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Feature Select Programming
Address 086, key [9]
If the “9” indicator is on, silent zones or silent panics only transmit a
report to the central station. The system will not indicate an alarm
and will not have to be disarmed, nor will the control panel activate
the PGM. If a keypad panic has been defined as audible, the control
panel will override this option.
LED “9” off: Silent Zones & Silent Panics generate a silent alarm
LED “9” on: Silent Zones & Silent Panics generate a report only
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [8] [6] + “9” On/Off + [ENT]
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Decimal Programming
Address 052
Default: 5 minutes
After an audible alarm, the bell or siren will stop after the
programmed time has elapsed.
[ENT] + [installer code] + [0] [5] [2] + 3-digit decimal value
(001-255) minutes + [ENT]
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Feature Select Programming
Address 062-078, [all] keys
In order for a user to arm a partitioned system, to “Home” arm,
“Away” arm or to manually bypass zones, the user must be given
code priority. Using the “Feature Select Programming Method”,
identify which arming methods each can use. Users not given code
priority can only “regular” arm a non-partitioned system. For more
information on arming/disarming methods please refer to section 12,
User/Keypad Functions.
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Partitioning Disabled:
Addresses 062-066: Lit LEDs denote which user codes can
activate "Home" arming.
Addresses 068-072: Lit LEDs denote which user codes can
activate "Away” arming.
Addresses 074-078: Lit LEDs denote which user codes can
"Bypass" zones.
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Partitioning Enabled:
Addresses 062-066: Lit LEDs denote which user codes can
arm “System A".
Addresses 068-072: Lit LEDs denote which user codes can
arm “System B".
Addresses 074-078: Lit LEDs denote which user codes can
"bypass" zones.
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Hexa Programming - Address 039
The MAESTRO control panels have one programmable output
(PGM). When a PGM closes, ground is supplied to activate any
device or relay connected to it, providing up to a maximum of 50mA.
When a PGM opens, the circuit is opened from ground, therefore
not providing any power to devices connected to it. To program a
PGM you must define the PGM state (normally open or normally
closed), the timing (regular or timed) and you must define the type
of logic (“OR”, “AND”, “EQUAL”). To do so, use table 7 to determine
which hexa digit to program into address 039, where the first hexa
digit programmed corresponds to the PGM.
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Regular N.O./N.C.
A triggered PGM will switch to its opposite state (i.e. closed to
open or opened to closed). The PGM will return to its original
state once the event(s) that triggered it have terminated.
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Timed N.O./N.C
A triggered PGM will switch to its opposite state (i.e. closed to
open or opened to closed). The PGM will remain in its
opposite state for the period programmed at address 056. See
“PGM Timer Setting” in section 10.2 for details. If the PGM is
triggered again before the period has elapsed, the PGM will
remain in its opposite state and the timer will be reset.
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“OR” Logic
Will trigger a PGM when at least one event occurs from a
specific group of events (e.g. key [1] and/or [2] is pressed on
the keypad).
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“AND” Logic
The “AND” logic will trigger a PGM when all events, or more,
occur from a specific group of events (e.g. Keys [1] and [2] are
pressed simultaneously. Note that pressing those two keys in
conjunction with any other key will also trigger the PGM).
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“EQUAL” Logic
The “EQUAL” logic will trigger a PGM only when the events
from a specific group of events occur (e.g. Keys [1] and [2] are
pressed). Note the PGM will only trigger when pressing keys
[1] and [2] simultaneously, if any other key is pressed at the
same time (e.g. [1], [2] & [3]) the PGM will not trigger.
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[ENT] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [0] [3] [9] + one digit from table 7 +
[2ND] + [ENT]
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Address 056
Default: 5 seconds
You can program the PGM Timer from 1 to 127 seconds or 1 to 127
minutes. To determine the 3-digit decimal value, do the following:
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decimal
value
1 second = 001, 55 seconds = 055, 127 seconds = 127.
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To program in minutes, add the desired minutes to 128:
5 minutes: 128 + 5 = 133
127 minutes: 128 +127 = 255
[ENT] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [0] [5] [6] + 3-digit decimal value
(001-255) + [ENT]
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The PGM options define which sequence of events will trigger the
PGM. The PGM options are virtually endless, therefore, to list them
in the manual is impractical. Table 8, contains a list of the most
commonly used PGM options with the required 2-digit data for each
address.
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Feature Select Programming
Address 086, key [2ND] & [1]
Default: TLM Disabled
When enabled, the system verifies the existence of a telephone line
every 4 seconds. After each successful test, the dialer LED (green
light) on the control panel flashes briefly. If the test fails the led
flashes on and off until the control panel detects the telephone line
again. TLM will activate a trouble when less than 3 volts is detected
in four consecutive tests. Note, when the dialer detects a telephone
ring, the TLM test stops for 1 minute.
There are three TLM options, which are set as indicated in table
number 9:
1. OFF/ON: Line test failure will generate a trouble indication; “10”
indicator will illuminate on the keypad.
2. ON/OFF: Line test failure will generate a trouble indication and
an alarm if the system is armed.
3. ON/ON: Line test failure will generate a trouble indication and
cause a silent zone or a silent panic alarm to switch to audible
mode.
[ENT] + [INSTALLER CODE]+ [0] [8] [6] + “2ND" & “1” On/Off +
[ENT]
LED “3” on = Panic 3 (keys [7] and [9]) enabled
Keypad panic options:
LED “4” off = Panic 1 silent
LED “4” on = Panic 1 audible
LED “5” off = Panic 2 silent
LED “5” on = Panic 2 audible
LED “6” off = Panic 3 silent
LED “6” on = Panic 3 fire alarm
Silent operation:
When using the panic keys, the control panel will sound a single
confirmation beep. The control panel will transmit the event codes
programmed at addresses 513, 514, and 515. The alarm will latch
(no audible alarm) and the "armed" light on the keypad will flash until
the system is disarmed by a valid User code.
Audible operation:
Same as silent operation, except the alarm output (bell/siren) will
activate until the system is disarmed by a valid User code or until
the Bell Cut-Off Time (see section 9.11) elapses.
Fire operation:
Same as audible operation except that bell/siren output will be
pulsed (intermittent "on"/"off").
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Key Access Programming
key [MEM]
To program the current time into the control panel press:
[ENT] + [Installer, Master, or User 1 Code] + [MEM] + 2 digits
representing hours (00-23) + 2 digits representing minutes (00-59)
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Address 086, key [7]
Default: Pulse Dialing
You can program the control panel to use the pulse dialing or
tone/DTMF dialing format.
LED “7” off: Pulse Dialing
LED “7“ on: Tone/DTMF Dialing
[ENT] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [0] [8] [6] + “7” On/Off + [ENT]
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Address 086, key [0]
Default: Pulse USA 1:1.5
This selection reflects the ratio between “pulse” time and "quiet"
time. Select Pulse Europe for a 1:2 ratio and select Pulse USA for
1:1.5.
LED “10” off: Pulse Europe 1:2
LED “10” on: Pulse USA 1:1.5
[ENT] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [0] [8] [6] + “10” On/Off + [ENT]
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Feature Select Programming Address 088 keys [1] to [6]
This feature will generate an alarm when the User presses two
specific keys on the keypad simultaneously for 2 seconds as
described below:
LED “1” on = Panic 1 (keys [1] and [3]) enabled
LED “2” on = Panic 2 (keys [4] and [6]) enabled
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Hexa Programming - Address 037
If you notice a gain or loss in the control panel time, calculate the
average gain or loss per day and select the “opposite” amount from
the Time Correction table in order to automatically correct the time
setting every 24 hours.
Example: The control panel loses 4 minutes per month,
representing an average loss of 8 seconds per day. Therefore,
program [2] (plus 8 seconds) as the second digit in address 037 to
compensate for the 8-second loss.
Table 2 - Answering Machine Override Options
[2nd] or [1] = Answering Machine Override disabled
[2] = 16 sec. [4] = 32 sec. [6] = 48 sec. [8] to [TRBL] = 60 sec.
[3] = 24 sec. [5] = 40 sec. [7] = 56 sec.
Table 10 - Time Correction
(address 037 second digit)
[2nd] - No adjustment
[8]- Minus 4 seconds
[1]- Plus 4 seconds
[9]- Minus 8 seconds
[2]- Plus 8 seconds
[0]- Minus 12 seconds
[3]- Plus 12 seconds
[HOME] - Minus 16 seconds
[4]- Plus 16 seconds
[AWAY] - Minus 20 seconds
[5]- Plus 20 seconds
[BYPASS] - Minus 24 seconds
[6]- Plus 24 seconds
[MEM]
[7]- Plus 28 seconds
[TRBL] - Minus 32 seconds
- Minus 28 seconds
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Feature Select Programming
Address 088, keys [0] and [HOME]
When the control panel detects an open or a short on a zone, it will
report this in the following manner. When the system is armed,
regardless of the tamper/wire settings it will always generate an
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alarm and trouble indicator (LED “9”). Alarms will be audible or
silent depending on individual zone definitions. If an open or short
occurs on a disarmed system, the control panel will generate an
incident depending on the following settings:
“10”
“HOME”
OFF
OFF
Tamper Recognition Option
Tamper/Wire Fault Disabled
OFF
ON
Trouble Enabled
ON
OFF
Silent Alarm Enabled
ON
ON
Audible Alarm Enabled
Tamper/Wire Fault Disabled:
Tamper/wiring failure recognition is disabled.
Trouble Enabled:
Tamper/wiring failure will generate a trouble indicator (LED “9”) and
a trouble report code (see Tamper/Trouble Codes , in section 8.6.6)
when the system is disarmed.
Silent Alarm Enabled
Tamper/wiring failure will generate a trouble indicator (LED “9”), a
trouble report code (see Tamper/Trouble Codes, in section 8.6.6 )
and a silent alarm (no bells/sirens)
Audible Alarm Enabled:
Tamper/wiring failure will generate a trouble indicator (LED “9”), a
trouble report code (see Tamper/Trouble Codes , in section 8.6.6)
and an audible alarm.
NOTE: When the zone definition is "24 hour", the tamper definition
follows the audible/silent alarm definition of the "24 hour" zone.
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Feature Select Programming
Address 090, key [6]
With this option enabled (LED “6” on), the control panel will not
generate an alarm if a tamper is detected on a bypassed zone while
the system is armed. With the option disabled, the control panel will
generate an alarm if a tamper or wire fault is detected on bypassed
zone when the system is armed.
LED “6“ off: Alarm if Tamper on Bypassed Zone
LED “6” on: No Alarm if Tamper on Bypassed Zone
[ENT] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [0] [9] [0] + “6” On/Off + [ENT]
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The innovative Maestro keypad takes a new approach to security
features and functions. Each LED indicator from 1 to 10 on the
keypad, respectively, represents each zone on the control panel.
When zone indicator is “off”, the status in the protected zone is
normal. If the zone indicator is “on”, this means the zone is open.
The green “READY” indicator on the keypad will illuminate when the
status of all the zones is normal (zones are closed). Therefore, all
windows and doors must be closed and motion detectors must not
detect any movement except those zones that have been bypassed.
Confirmation
Beep:
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intermittent
series
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beeps
(“beep-beep-beep”) indicating a successful keypad entry or system
operation.
End/Rejection Beep: one long tone (“beeeeeeep”) indicating
incorrect keypad entry or unsuccessful system operation.
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The Maestro control panels have one Master (00) code and up to 48
User (01-48) codes. The default Master code is 0000. The Master
code can arm the system using any arming method, can
create/modify user codes and can perform Key Access
Programming (see section 12.13). The User 1 code can
create/modify access codes and perform key access programming.
The access code consists of either 4 or 6-digits and each digit can
be any value from 0 to 9. Note, do not enter [2nd] when
programming the master code as this will invalidate the master
code.
[ENT] + [Master or User 1 Code] + 2-digit code number (00-48) + 4
or 6-digit access code + [ENT]
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Key Access Programming
The “Installer Test Mode” will allow you to perform walk tests where
the bell or siren will squawk to indicate opened zones. To enter or
exit the control panel “Test Mode” press:
[ENT] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [8] to enable; press [8] again to disable
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Address 090, key [2nd]
Default: disabled
Excludes the Power Failure, LED “2”, from the Trouble Display (see
section 12.12.2).
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Feature Select Programming Address 090, key [9]
Default: Disabled
Trouble conditions will sound an intermittent “beep” on the keypad.
To silence the trouble warning, press the [TRBL] key.
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Performing a power down reset will set the installer and master
codes to factory default. Values entered at addresses 008-043,
062-126, 300-527, as well as all the user codes, will be erased
([2ND], [2ND]). Programmed values of all other addresses do not
change. Note to perform a reset the installer lock must be disabled.
To perform a power down reset perform the following:
1. Make sure the installer lock is disabled (see section 4.5)
2. Remove the battery and AC power from the control panel.
3. Set the “reset” jumper to on. Place a jumper on the “reset” pins
of the control panel.
4. Re-connect the AC power and the battery to the control panel.
5. Wait 10 seconds and remove the jumper.
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“READY” indicator on + [valid access code]
This method, commonly used for day-to-day arming, will arm all the
zones in the system. To do so, the keypad’s green “READY” light
must be illuminated, indicating that all zones are closed. All doors
and windows must be closed, and there can be no movement in
areas monitored by motion detectors. Once the “READY” light is on,
a valid user access code must be entered. If a mistake is made
entering the code or if the “READY” indicator is not on when the
code was entered, the keypad will sound a “rejection beep”
(beeeeeeeep).
When the correct user access code is entered, the keypad will
sound a “confirmation beep” (beep-beep-beep) and the red "arm"
indicator will illuminate. The “READY” light will flash and the keypad
will "beep" during the exit delay period (see section9.7). During the
final 10 seconds of the exit delay, the keypad will “beep” and the
“READY” indicator will flash at a faster rate. At the end of the exit
delay, the keypad will sound a “confirmation beep”, the green
“READY” indicator will extinguish and the red “ARM” indicator will
remain illuminated to indicate that the system is armed.
12.2.1 “One-Key” Regular Arming
“ready” indicator on + hold the [quick] key for 2 seconds
To use this feature, enable the “One-Key” Regular Arming option
(see section “One-Key” Regular Arming). When the green "ready"
light is on, pressing and holding the [quick] key for 2 seconds will
arm all zones in the system. This feature can be used to allow
specific individuals like service personnel (i.e. cleaners,
maintenance) to arm the system when leaving the protected area,
without giving them access to any other control panel operations.
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system. For details on “Regular Arming”, refer to section 12.2.
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[away] + [valid access code]
To rapidly arm the system without having to wait for the green
“ready” indicator, simply press the [away] key followed by a valid
access code. Once the exit delay expires, any open zones will be
considered “deactivated” by the control panel. Therefore, these
zones will not generate an alarm. If during this period a “deactivated”
zone is closed, the control panel will revert that zone to “active”
status, hence, will generate an alarm if breached.
If a mistake is made entering the code, the keypad will sound a
“rejection beep” (beeeeeeeep). When the correct user code is
entered, the keypad will sound a “confirmation beep”
(beep-beep-beep) and the red "arm" indicator will illuminate. The
"ready" light will flash and the keypad will "beep" during the exit
delay period (see section 9.8). During the final 10 seconds of the
exit delay, the keypad will “beep” and the “READY” indicator will
flash at a faster rate. At the end of the exit delay, the green
“READY” indicator will stop flashing and the red “ARM” indicator will
remain illuminated. If programmed at address 518, the control panel
will send a “partial arm” report code to the central station. Note, to
use this method the user must have “AWAY” arming priority, see
Code Priority in section 9.12.
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[home] + [valid access code]
“Home” arming allows the user to remain in the protected area while
partially arming the system. This means that they can stay in and
move around the establishment, while certain designated zones are
armed. For example, entry/exit points like doors or windows, the
basement, or perhaps all the zones on the perimeter of the
establishment may be armed when going to sleep at night, while the
other zones remain deactivated. To program which zones will be
activated when “home arming” the system refer to “System
A”/Home Zones in section 7.10.1. Also note that fire zones must be
programmed as “home zones”; they can not be bypassed.
Unlike regular arming, the green “READY” indicator does not have to
be illuminated. Only doors and windows programmed as “home
zones” must be closed, and there can be no movement in areas
monitored by motion detectors in “home zones”. To “HOME” arm
the system, press the [home] key followed by a valid access code. If
a mistake is made entering the code or if a “home zone” is open
when entering the code, the keypad will sound a “rejection beep”
(beeeeeeeep). After entering the correct user access code, the
keypad will sound a “confirmation beep” (beep-beep-beep), the red
“HOME” and "arm" indicators will illuminate and the green "ready"
indicator will flash during the exit delay period. During the final 10
seconds of the exit delay, the “ready” indicator will flash at a faster
rate. At the end of the exit delay, the keypad will sound a
“confirmation beep”, the “ready” indicator will stop flashing and the
red “HOME” and “arm” indicators will remain illuminated. Note, to
use this method the user must be given “HOME” arming priority,
see Code Priority in section 9.12.
12.4.1 “One-Key” Home Arming
hold the [home] key for 2 seconds
To use this feature, enable the “One-Key” Home/System Arming
option (see section “One-Key” Home/System Arming). When all
“homes zones” are closed, pressing and holding the [home] key for
2 seconds will arm only zones programmed as “home zones”. For
details on “Home Arming”, refer to section 12.4.
12.4.2 “One-Key” Double Home Arming
After having “HOME” armed the system (see section 12.4), press
and hold the [home] key for 2 seconds during the exit delay, until
you hear a single “beep”. This will switch all “entry delay” zones to
“instant” zones (see section 7.6). Therefore, any entry delay zone
that is breached will immediately generate an alarm instead of
waiting a pre-determined period.
12.4.3 Fast Exit
This feature is only available when the system is “Home” armed
(see section 12.4). This feature will allow you to exit the already
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This can be done one of two ways:
• With the system already “HOME” armed, press and hold the
[HOME] key for 2 seconds. The system will switch to exit delay
mode (green “READY” indicator flashes). At the end of the exit
delay period, the system will return to “HOME” arm mode.
• With the system already “HOME” armed, press and hold the
[QUICK] key for 2 seconds. The system will switch to exit delay
mode (green “READY” indicator flashes). At the end of the exit
delay period, the system will “regular” arm the system (see
section 12.2).
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Thanks to Maestro’s partitioning feature, two distinct systems
(A and B) can be created and controlled by the control panel.
Partitioning can be used in installations where shared security
systems are more practical, such as office/warehouse buildings,
or apartment/condominium complexes. Each zone can be
assigned to System A, System B, both systems or given no
system assignment. User access codes can also be
programmed to arm/disarm one system or both systems
simultaneously (see Code Priority in section 9.12). Unlike
regular arming, the green “ready” indicator does not have to be
illuminated. All doors and windows pertaining to the desired
system must be closed, and there can be no movement in areas
monitored by motion detectors in the desired system.
1. If a user is not given any code priorities, the user will never be
able to arm or disarm the system when partitioned.
2. If a user is given code priority to one of the two systems,
entering the correct access code will arm or disarm the
system to which the user was given priority.
3. If a user is given code priority to arm/disarm both systems A & B,
it will function as follows:
• If the User enters the correct access code when
systems "A" and "B" are disarmed, it will completely arm
both systems.
• If the User enters the correct access code when
systems "A" and "B" are armed, it will completely disarm
both systems.
• When the system is partially armed, (i.e. only System "A"
or only System "B" is armed) entering the correct access
code will arm the other system.
• To arm/disarm each system separately, do the following:
• Press [HOME] + [VALID ACCESS CODE] to arm/disarm
"System A".
• Press [AWAY] + [VALID ACCESS CODE] to arm/disarm
"System B".
If a mistake is made entering the code or if a zone in the desired
system is open when entering the code, the keypad will sound a
“rejection beep” (beeeeeeeep). When the access code is correctly
entered, the keypad will sound a “confirmation beep”
(beep-beep-beep). The keypad can display the status of both
systems. When “System A” is armed, the red “HOME” and “arm”
indicators will remain on. If System B is armed, the red “AWAY” and
“arm” indicators will remain on. When both systems are armed, all
three lights will remain on.
12.5.1 One-Key “System A” Arming
This feature allows the user to arm “System A” without the use of an
access code. To use this feature, enable the “One-Key”
Home/”System A” option (see section“ One-Key” Home/”System
A”). When all the zones in “System A” are closed, press and hold
the [home] key for 2 seconds to arm “System A”. This feature can
be used to allow specific individuals like service personnel (i.e.
cleaners, maintenance) to arm the system when leaving the
protected area, without giving them access to any other control
panel operations. For “System A” Arming details refer to sec. 12.5.
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The user must enter the protected area through a designated
entry/exit point. The keypad will "beep" during the entry delay
reminding the user to disarm the system. Upon entry of a valid
access code, the red "arm" indicator will extinguish and the keypad
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will sound a confirmation "beep" (beep-beep-beep) denoting the
system has been disarmed. If an incorrect access code is entered,
the keypad will sound a rejection "beep" (beeeeeeeep). Press the
[CLR] key at any time to clear data and re-enter another access
code. If an alarm was generated from a fire or 24-hour zone while
the system was armed, entering a valid user code will silence the
siren. However, you should then check the zone and eliminate the
cause of the alarm. 24-hour zones that restore and re-alarm will
cause another alarm 30 seconds after an access code is entered to
silence the alarm. If you are unable to pinpoint the reason for the
alarm, call your installer.
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If an alarm situation occurs when the system is armed, the “MEM”
indicator on the keypad will illuminate. A record of all alarm
situations that occur is stored in memory. After disarming the
system, pressing once on the [MEM] key will display which zones
were open during the alarm period by illuminating the corresponding
zone indicator(s). Please note that if the [MEM] key is pressed
again you will enter the event display which can not decoded. To exit
alarm memory display, press the [CLR] key.
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A keyswitch or push button can be used to “Home” (section 12.4) or
“Regular” (section Regular Arming) arm/disarm the system. If the
system is ready and the button is pressed, the system will arm.
Pressing the button again will disarm the system. If a “Home” armed
system is in entry delay or if an alarm has been generated while
“Home” armed, the keyswitch or push button can not be used to
disarm the system. In this case, only a keypad can disarm the
system. In a partitioned system the keyswitch or push button will
arm/disarm “System A” regardless of the “System B” status. To
enable this feature and set the options (home or regular arming)
refer to Arming Using Keyswitch in section 9.5.
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[bypass] + [valid access code] + [zones to bypass] + [ENT]
When a zone is bypassed it will no longer be monitored by the
control panel, hence, will not generate an alarm. A user may wish to
bypass certain zones when, for example, workers are renovating
part of their establishment or if a component in their system is
damaged. Manual bypass arming instructs the control panel to
ignore (“deactivate”) specified zones in order to arm the remainder
of the system. In order for a user to bypass any zones, verify that
the following options are set in the control panel:
• You must first define which zones are Bypass Enabled Zones
(see section 7.11). Zones not identified as Bypass Enabled can
not be bypassed.
• Only users with Code Priority (see section 9.12) can bypass
zones.
• Please note, the control panel can not bypass fire zones.
To bypass zones, press the [bypass] key followed by a valid access
code. If the wrong code was entered or a code without bypass
priority, the keypad will sound a “rejection beep” (beeeeeeep). If the
correct code is entered, the yellow “bypass” light will flash to
indicate that you are now in “bypass mode”. If there are any
currently bypassed zones, their respective zone indicators will turn
on. Press the key corresponding to the zone you wish to bypass
until their respective zone indicator turns on. For example, press the
[1] key until the red “1” indicator turns on, indicating that zone 1 is
bypassed. If the zone you wish to bypass has not been
programmed as “bypass enabled”, the corresponding zone indicator
will never illuminate. Press the [CLR] key to erase the current zone
bypass entries and exit the “bypass mode”. If you have entered the
correct bypass entries, press the [ENT] key to accept these entries.
The yellow “bypass” indicator will remain on, denoting that zones in
the system are currently bypassed, hence, the next time the system
is armed, certain zones will be bypassed.
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This feature permits users to reinstate the last zone bypass entries
saved in memory. When the system is disarmed, the bypass entries
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will be erased. By using the “bypass recall” feature, you can
reinstate the previous bypass entries saved in memory. While in the
“bypass mode”, press the [bypass] + [ENT] keys and the previous
bypass status will be re-established. This eliminates the need to
re-enter the bypass entries every time the system is armed. If a
user is in the process of entering new bypass entries on the
keypad, pressing the [bypass] key will override new information and
reinstate previous bypass entries.
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A chimed zone "advises" you when a zone is opened by creating a
rapid intermittent beep tone (beep-beep-beep). Up to six zones plus
the local keypad zone can be programmed as chime zones. To turn
on the "chime zone" feature, press and hold the key corresponding
to the desired zone ([1] to [6]) for three seconds until the intermittent
chime beep is heard. This means that the chime feature has been
activated. If a continuous beep is heard, this means that the chime
beep has been deactivated. To enable the chime feature on the
keypad zone, press and hold the [8] key for three seconds. To mute
the keypad’s alarm sounder, press and hold the [9] key for three
seconds until the intermittent chime beep is heard. This means that
the muting feature has been activated. If a continuous beep is
heard, this means that the muting feature has been deactivated. To
enable chiming when there is no AC power (orange “power” LED
off) press and hold the [7] key for 3 seconds until the intermittent
chime beep is heard. If there is more than 1 keypad in the system,
please "chime" program each keypad separately. Keypad chimes
must be reprogrammed if the panel suffers a total power loss.
Key [1]-[6]: Turns chime "on" or "off" in zones numbered 1-6
Key [7]: Turns chime “on” or “off” when there is no AC power
(orange “power” LED off)
Key [8]: Turns chime "on" and "off" for the local keypad zone
Key [9]: Turns the keypad’s alarm sounder muting "on" or "off"
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Trouble conditions are continuously monitored by the control panel
which are displayed on the keypad. When a trouble condition
occurs, the “TRBL” indicator will illuminate and the keypad will
sound an intermittent beep if the Audible Trouble Warning (see
section 11.11) is enabled. Press the [trbl] key to switch to “trouble
display” mode. The “TRBL” indicator will flash and any illuminated
keys correspond to a trouble condition as described below. Press
any key to exit “trouble display” mode.
12.12.1 No Battery/Low Battery – “1”
The control panel conducts a dynamic battery test under load every
60 seconds. The illumination of the “1” indicator denotes that the
back-up battery is disconnected or that the battery should be
replaced, as it will not provide adequate back-up current in case of
AC loss. If the control panel is currently running on battery power,
the illumination of the “1” indicator denotes that the battery voltage
has dropped to 10.5 VDC or lower.
12.12.2 Power Failure – Key “2”
The control panel conducts a dynamic battery test under load every
60 seconds. The control panel will detect a power loss if a
continuous loss of AC (≤12.5VAC) has occurred during the period
between two AC power tests (64 to 116 seconds). If a power loss
remains present throughout the Power Failure Report Delay (see
section 8.9), the control panel will transmit the report code
programmed at address 507 and the “TRBL” indicator will flash
rapidly indicating a power failure. The trouble indicator is restored if
AC is detected during the dynamic battery test. You can remove the
power failure trouble indicator from the trouble display by enabling
the Exclude Power Failure From Trouble Display option (see section
11.10).
12.12.3 Bell Disconnected – “4”
The illumination of the “4” indicator denotes that there is no bell or
siren connected to the bell output terminals of the control panel.
Please note that when connecting a bell or siren to an optional relay
output the trouble indicator will always be on. To avoid this, connect
a 1KΩ resistor across the bell output. The control panel only
recognizes bells or siren connected directly to the bell output of the
control panel not those connected through a relay.
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12.12.4 Maximum Bell current – “5”
The bell output is microprocessor controlled and will automatically
shutdown when the current exceeds 3A upon alarm. If this occurs,
the “5” indicator will illuminate. After opening the short or reducing
the load, the bell current is restored upon the following alarm
generation.
12.12.5 Maximum Auxiliary Current – “6”
connections must use EOL resistors (see section 3.9, Zone Input
Terminal Connections).
12.12.9 Telephone Line Monitoring – “10”
If the Telephone Line Monitoring (TLM) feature (see section 11.1) is
enabled, the “10” indicator will illuminate to indicate that the control
panel has not detected the presence of a telephone line for 30
seconds.
The illumination of the “6” indicator denotes that the auxiliary current
has exceeded 1A. This will cause automatic shutdown of the
auxiliary output. After opening the short or reducing the load, the
control panel will restore power to the auxiliary output following the
dynamic battery test (approximately 60 seconds).
12.12.10 Fire Trouble – “HOME”
12.12.6 Communicator Report Failure – “7”
This method allows for quick programming of features without
entering addresses or section numbers. The following features are
programmed using the installer code as well as the master code and
user 1 codes.
Auto Arm Time: for details see page section 9.1.1
Panel Time: for details see page section 11.5
Manual Test Report: for details see page section 8.8
Installer Test Mode: for details see page section 11.9
Cancel Communication Attempts:
To cancel communication attempts until the next reportable event
press: [ENT] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [HOME]
If the control panel was unsuccessful at attempting communication
with the central station computer, the “7” indicator will illuminate.
12.12.7 Timer Loss – “8”
The illumination of the “8” indicator denotes that the timer must be
re-programmed. To re-program the timer press:
[ENT] + [Installer, Master or User 1 Code] + [MEM] + 2 digits (00 to
23) representing hours + 2 digits (00 to 59) representing minutes.
12.12.8 Tamper/Zone Wiring Failure – “9”
If the Tamper/Wire Fault Recognition Options (see section 11.7) are
enabled, the “9” indicator will illuminate to indicate a short or cut on
a zone input. In order to provide line short recognition the zone
The illumination of the “HOME” indicator denotes a tamper on zone
3, if identified as a fire zone (see section 7.5, “24 Hour” & Fire
Zones).
12.13 Key Access Programming
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its own plans and specifications and to be free of defects in materials and workmanship
under normal use and service for a period of twelve months from the date of shipment by
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shall not be responsible for dismantling and/or reinstallation charges. To exercise the
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This warranty does not apply in the following cases: improper installation, misuse,
failure to follow installation and operating instructions, alteration, abuse, accident or
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properly installed and maintained alarm may only reduce the risk of events such as
burglary, robbery, and fire without warning, but it is not insurance or a guarantee that
such will not occur or that there will be no death, personal damage and/or damage to
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and/or damage to property or other loss whether direct, indirect, incidental,
consequential or otherwise, based on a claim that the Product failed to function.
However, if the Manufacturer is held liable, whether directly or indirectly, for any loss or
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the Manufacturer's maximum liability shall not in any case exceed the purchase price of
the Product, which shall be fixed as liquidated damages and not as a penalty, and shall
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Warning: The user should follow the installation and operation instructions and among
other things test the Product and the whole system at least once a week. For various
reasons, including, but not limited to, changes in environmental conditions, electric or
electronic disruptions and tampering, the Product may not perform as expected. The
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