Concord v2.0 Installation Manual
Installation Instructions
This document describes the installation, programming, testing,
and troubleshooting procedures for installing Concord 2.0 security systems.
Document No. 466-1512-01 August 2, 2000
Preliminary
About This Manual ............................................... 5
Special Installation Requirements ................. 5
UL-Listed Installations ............................. 5
UL-Canada Listed Installations ................ 6
California State Fire Marshall
Listed Installations .................................... 6
Planning the Installation ........................................ 6
Standard Panel ............................................... 6
SuperBus 2000 Touchpads ............................. 6
SuperBus 2000 RF Receivers ........................ 6
Power Line Carrier Card ................................ 7
Phone Supervision Card ................................. 7
Supervised Wireless Siren ............................. 7
SuperBus 2000 Phone Interface/Voice
Module ........................................................... 7
SnapCards ...................................................... 7
SuperBus 2000 8Z Input
Module (HIM) ................................................ 7
SuperBus 2000 4-Relay Output
Module (HOM) .............................................. 7
Interrogator 200 Audio
Verification Module ....................................... 7
Installing the System ............................................. 7
Determine the Panel Location ........................ 8
Total System Power and Wire Length
Guidelines ...................................................... 8
Mounting the Panel ........................................ 9
Identify Panel Components .......................... 10
Installing Antennas ...................................... 10
Connecting the Panel to Earth Ground ........ 10
Installing the Optional Power Line
Carrier Card ................................................. 11
Installing the Optional Phone
Supervision Card .......................................... 11
Installing Optional SnapCards ..................... 11
Connecting Detection Devices to Panel
Zone Inputs .................................................. 12
Connecting Intrusion Detection Devices 12
Connecting 2-Wire Smoke Detectors ..... 12
Connecting 4-Wire Smoke Detectors ..... 13
Connecting Speakers .................................... 13
15-Watt Speaker ...................................... 14
Hardwire Interior Speaker ...................... 14
Connecting Piezo Sirens .............................. 14
Exterior Sirens ........................................ 15
Interior Sirens ......................................... 15
Installing Supervised
Wireless Sirens ............................................. 15
Connecting an Interrogator 200
Audio Verification Module .......................... 16
Connecting Alphanumeric and
Fixed Display Touchpads ............................. 16
Installing SuperBus 2000 Modules .............. 17
SuperBus 2000 RF Receiver
(60-764-01-95R-16Z/32Z/MAX) ........... 17
SuperBus 2000 Phone
Interface/Voice Module............................ 18
Energy Saver Module............................... 19
SuperBus 2000 8Z Input Module............. 19
4-Relay Output Module .......................... 20
Setting Device Address on SuperBus
2000 Devices ................................................ 20
Installing an RJ-31X Phone Jack ................. 20
Connecting the Phone Line to the
Panel with a DB-8 Cord ............................... 21
Connecting the AC Power Transformer ....... 21
Powering Up the Panel ................................. 22
Programming the Panel ....................................... 22
Entering Program Mode ............................... 22
Touchpad Button Programming Functions .. 23
Moving Through Program Mode
Tiers and Menus ........................................... 23
Programming Tier 1 Menu Items ................. 24
Programming Tier 2 Menu Items ................. 24
Using Shortcut Numbers ......................... 25
Security Menu ......................................... 25
Phones Menu ........................................... 27
Phone Options Menu ............................... 30
Timers Menu ........................................... 34
Light Control Menu ................................ 36
Touchpad Options Menu ......................... 36
Reporting Menu ...................................... 37
Siren Options Menu ................................ 41
Sensors Menu .......................................... 42
Audio Verification Menu ........................ 44
Accessory Modules Menu ....................... 45
Onboard Options Menu ........................... 48
Exiting Programming Mode ......................... 50
Entering User Programming Mode .............. 50
Time and Date Menu ............................... 50
User Codes Menu .................................... 50
Options Menu .......................................... 52
Set Up Schedules Menu .......................... 53
Attach Schedules to Events Menu .......... 53
Energy Saver Menu ................................. 55
Attach Lights to Sensors Menu ............... 55
System Version Menu ............................. 55
Downloader Programming ........................... 56
ToolBox Downloader Programming ....... 56
Installation Instructions
Testing the System ...............................................56
Basic System Commands .............................56
Testing Zones/Sensors ..................................56
If a Wireless Sensor Does Not Test .........57
Testing Phone Communication .....................57
Testing Central Station/Pager
Communication ............................................57
Testing Outputs and Sirens ...........................58
Testing Light Control ...................................58
Testing the Energy Saver Module (ESM) ....58
Changing Fixed Display LCD
Touchpad Chime and Trouble Beep Tones ...59
Testing Audio Verification Module (AVM)
Communication ............................................59
Troubleshooting ...................................................61
Appendix A: System Planning Worksheets .........69
Appendix B: Reference Tables ............................74
Appendix C: Reference Tables ............................77
Programming Mode Menus and Settings ............81
System Wiring Notes ...........................................87
Index ....................................................................89
DRAFT 8/17/00
Notices
FCC Part 15 Information to the User
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Interactive Technologies, Inc. can void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
FCC Part 15 Class A (Commercial)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case users will be required to correct the interference
at their own expense.
FCC Part 15 Class B (Residental)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Install a quality radio or television outdoor antenna if the indoor antenna is not adequate.
Reorient or relocate the panel.
Move the panel away from the affected equipment.
Move the panel away from any wire runs to the affected equipment.
Connect the affected equipment and the panel to separate outlets, on different branch circuits.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Send for the FCC booklet How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems, available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.
20402. Stock Number: 004-000-00345-4.
FCC Part 68
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC Rules. Located on this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, the FCC registration number and the
ringer equivalence number (REN) for this equipment. If requested, this information must be provided to the telephone company.
The REN is used to determine the maximum number of devices that may be connected to your telephone line. In most areas, the sum of all device RENs should not exceed five
(5.0).
If this equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may temporarily disconnect your service. If possible, you will be notified in advance. When
advance notice is not practical, you will be notified as soon as possible. You will also be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC.
Your telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations, or procedures that could affect the proper operation of your equipment. You will be given
advanced notice in order to maintain uninterrupted service.
If you experience trouble with this equipment, please contact
Interactive Technologies, Inc.
2266 Second Street North
North Saint Paul, MN 55109
1-800-777-1415
This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone company. Connection to party lines is subject to state tariffs.
Declaration of Conformity (DoC)
Interactive Technologies, Inc. declares that the ITI model no. 60-792-95R is in conformity with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation of this product is subject to the following
two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
Canada Notice
The Canadian Department of Communications label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets certain telecommunications network protective, operational, and safety requirements. The department does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The equipment must also
be installed using an acceptable method of connection. In some cases, the company’s inside wiring associated with a single-line individual service may be extended by means
of a certified connector assembly (telephone extension cord). The customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions may not prevent degradation of service
in some situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this
equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment.
For your protection, make sure that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines, and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected
together.
Caution
Do not attempt to make connections yourself. Contact the appropriate electrician or electric inspections authority.
The Load Number (LN) assigned to each terminal device denotes the percentage of the total load to be connected to a telephone loop that is used by the device to prevent
overloading. The termination on a loop may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the total of the LNs of all the devices does not exceed
100. Load Number: 0.2B AC
“AVIS: - L ´étiquette du ministère des Communications du Canada identifie le matériel homologué. Cette étiquette certifie que le matériel est conforme a certaines normes de
protection, d ´ exploitation et de sécurité des réseaux de télécommunications. Le ministère n ´ assure toutefois pas que le matériel fonctionnera a la satisfaction de l ´ utilisateur.
Avant d ´ installer ce matériel, l ´ utilisateur doit s ´ assurer qu´ il est permis de le raccorder aux installations de l ´ enterprise locale de télécommunication. Le matériel doit
également etre installé en suivant une méthod acceptée de raccordement. Dans certains cas, les fils intérieurs de l´ enterprise utilisés pour un service individuel a ligne unique
peuvent etre prolongés au moyen d´ un dispositif homologué de raccordement (cordon prolongateur téléphonique interne). L ´ abonné ne doit pas oublier qu ´ il est possible
que la conformité aux conditions énoncées ci-dessus n ´ empechent pas le dégradation du service dans certaines situations. Actuellement, les enterprises de télécommunication
ne permettent pas que l ´ on raccorde leur matériel a des jacks d ´ abonné, sauf dans les cas précis prévus pas les tarrifs particuliers de ces enterprises.
Les réparations de matériel homologué doivent etre effectuées pas un centre d ´ entretien canadien autorisé désigné par le fournisseur. La compagne de télécommunications
peut demander a l ´ utilisateur de débrancher un appareil a la suite de réparations ou de modifications effectuées par l ´ utilisateur ou a cause de mauvais fonctionnement.
Pour sa propre protection, l ´ utilisateur doit s ´ assurer que tous les fils de mise a la terre de la source d ´ énergie électrique, des lignes téléphoniques et des canalisations d ´´
eau métalliques, s ´ il y en a, sont raccordés ensemble. Cette précaution est particulièrement importante dans les régions rurales.
Avertissment. - L ´ utilisateur ne doit pas tenter de faire ces raccordements lui-meme; il doit avoir recours a un service d ´ inspection des installations électriques, ou
a electricien, selon le cas”.
Une note explicative sur les indices de charge (voir 1.6) et leur emploi, a l ´ intention des utilisateurs du matériel terminal, doit etre incluse dans l ´ information qui accompagne
le materiel homologué. La note pourrait etre rédigée selon le modèle suivant:
“L ´ indice de charge (IC) assigné a chaque dispositif terminal indique, pour éviter toute surcharge, le pourcentage de la charge totale qui peut etre raccordée a un circuit téléphonique bouclé utilisé par ce dispositif. La terminaison du circuit bouclé peut etre constituée de n ´ import somme des indices de charge de l ´ ensemble des dispositifs ne
dépasse pas 100.”
L ´ Indice de charge de cet produit est ____________.
Trademarks
ITI, SuperBus, and ITI ToolBox are registered trademarks of Interactive Technologies, Inc. Concord and SnapCard are trademarks of Interactive Technologies, Inc. X-10 is
a registered trademark of X-10 (USA), Inc.
This manual may refer to products that are announced but are not yet available.
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About This Manual
About This Manual
This manual provides information for planning, installing, programming, and testing this security system. When necessary,
this manual refers you to other documentation included with
compatible peripherals.
Planning sheets are included for you to record hardware layout
and software programming settings.
About the User’s Manual
The User’s Manual (466-1513-01) contains user worksheets
that should be filled out during the installation and programming of the system. With two partition systems, a User’s
Manual for each partition is suggested.
Special Installation Requirements
This security system can be used as a fire warning system, an
intrusion alarm system, an emergency notification system, or
any combination of the three.
Some installations may require configurations dictated by city/
state codes, insurance, or Underwriter’s Laboratories (UL).
This section describes the various component and configuration listings.
UL Listed Installations
This section describes the requirements for UL Listed installations.
Basic System
❑ Control Panel (60-734-01 or 60-792-01-95R)
❑ Backup Battery 12V 4 AH (60-681) or 12V 7 AH (60680)
❑ SuperBus 2000 Fixed Display Touchpad (60-820), 2x16
LCD Touchpad (60-746-01), 2x20 LCD Touchpad (60803), or VFD Touchpad (60-804)
❑ Standard Class II 24 VAC, 30 VA Power Transformer
(60-761), Class II 24 VAC, 30 VA Line Carrier Power
Transformer (60-762), or Standard Class II 24 VAC, 50
VA Power Transformer (60-778), Class II 24 VAC, 50 VA
Line Carrier Power Transformer (60-779)
❑ Interior Speaker Siren (60-528), Exterior Speaker Siren
(13-060), Slim Line Hardwire Interior Siren (60-483-01)
or Hardwire Exterior Siren (13-046)
Basic system may also include a SuperBus 2000 RF Receiver
(60-764-01-95R-16Z) or (60-764-01-95R-32Z) or
(60-764-01-95R-MAX).
Household Burglary Alarm System Unit (UL 1023)
Basic system, plus:
❑ Hardwire Magnetic Contact (13-068 or 13-071) or
Wireless Learn Mode Door/Window Sensor (60-362)
❑ IMMEDIATE TROUBLE BEEPS set to on
❑ UL 98 OPTIONS set to on (see page 41)
❑ RECEIVER FAILURE set to on (if wireless devices are
used)
❑ SIREN VERIFY set to on
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EXIT DELAY set to 60 seconds
QUICK EXIT set to off
EXIT EXTENSIONset to off
SIREN TIMEOUT set to 4 minutes or more
ENTRY DELAY set to 45 seconds or less
AC FAILURE set to on
RF TX TIMEOUT set to 24 hours (if system includes a
built in or SuperBus 2000 RF Receiver and wireless
smoke sensors)
Household Fire Warning System (UL 985)
Basic system, plus:
❑ Hardwire Smoke Detector:
System Sensor models 2100D, 2100TD, 2100S, 2100TS,
2400, or 2400TH learned into sensor group 26 or
Sentrol (ESL) models 429AT, 521B or 521BXT learned
into sensor group 26
❑ Wireless Smoke Sensor 60-506-319.5 or 60-838-95
learned into sensor group 26
❑ IMMEDIATE TROUBLE BEEPS set to on
❑ UL 98 OPTIONS set to on (see page 41)
❑ RECEIVER FAILURE set to on
❑ SIREN VERIFY set to on
❑ AC FAILURE set to on
❑ RF TX TIMEOUT set to 4 hours (if system includes a
built in or SuperBus 2000 RF Receiver and wireless
smoke sensors)
UL 1023 & 985 24-Hour Backup
❑ For 24-hour backup, the total current draw for all connected devices is limited to 90 mA (during normal standby
conditions) using a 4.0 AH battery, or 190 mA (during
normal standby conditions) using a 7.0 AH battery.
Commercial Burglary Alarm System Unit
(Grade C UL 1610)
Basic system using Control Panel 60-801-01 plus:
❑ Hardwire Magnetic Contact (13-068 or 13-071) or Wireless Learn Mode Door/Window Sensor (60-499)
❑ ITI SAW PIR Sensor (60-639-95R), ITI Crystal PIR Sensor (60-703-95R), or DS924i PIR Sensor (60-511-01-95)
❑ IMMEDIATE TROUBLE BEEPS set to on
❑ UL 98 OPTIONS set to on (see page 41)
❑ RECEIVER FAILURE set to on (if wireless devices are
used)
❑ RF TX TIMEOUT set to 4 hours
❑ 24-HOUR TAMPER set to on
❑ SYSTEM TAMPER set to on
❑ AUTO PHONE TEST set to on
❑ PHONE TEST FREQ. set to 1
❑ NEXT PHONE TEST set to 1
❑ SIREN VERIFY set to on
❑ AC FAILURE set to on
UL 1610 24-Hour Backup
❑ Same as UL 1023 & 985
UL 1635 Digital Alarm Communicator System
❑ Same as UL 1023 & 985
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Planning the Installation
Central Station Reporting
The panel has been tested with the following central station
receivers using SIA and Contact ID reporting formats:
❑ ITI CS-5000 Central Station Receiver
❑ Sur-Gard Central Station Receiver with models
SG-DRL2A and SG-CPM2
❑ AC FAILURE set to on
UL Canada Listed Installations
This section describes the requirements for CUL (UL Canada)
Listed installations.
Canadian Standards CSA Certified Accessories
Residential Burglary Alarm System Unit
(ULC-S309)
Basic system as described for “UL Listed Installations” plus:
❑ Hardwire Magnetic Contact (13-068 or 13-071) or Wireless Learn Mode Door/Window Sensor (60-362)
Residential Fire Warning System Control Unit
(ULC-S545-M89)
Basic system as described for “UL Listed Installations” plus:
❑ Hardwire Smoke Detector:
System Sensor models 2100D, 2100TD, 2100S, 2100TS,
2400, 2400TH learned into Sensor Group 26, or
Sentrol (ESL) models 429AT, 521B, or 521BXT learned
into sensor group 26
❑ Wireless Smoke Sensor 60-506-319.5 or 60-838-95
learned into sensor group 26
❑ IMMEDIATE TROUBLE BEEPS set to on
❑ RF TX TIMEOUT set to 4 hours (if system includes
SuperBus 2000 RF Receiver and wireless smoke sensors)
Note
For 24-hour backup, external power drain is limited to
90 mA (during normal standby condition) using a 4.0
AH battery, or 190 mA continuous using a 7.0 AH battery.
California State Fire Marshall Listed Installations
Same as Household Fire Warning System (UL 985), plus:
❑ SMOKE VERIFY must be set to off
Planning the Installation
This section describes system capabilities to help you get
familiar with the system. “Appendix A” provides planning
sheets with tables that let you record the hardware and programming configuration of the system. Fill in all necessary
information ahead of time to help prepare for system installation.
When planning the installation, keep in mind that the panel has
the following capabilities (dependent upon devices used):
❑ Up to 16 SuperBus 2000 Devices
❑ Up to 76 wireless or hardwired zones
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Standard Panel
The following describe the basic panel (out-of-box) hardware
capabilities.
❑ Power: Input for an AC step-down, plug-in style transformer.
❑ Auxiliary Power Output: Output that supplies 8.5 to
13.5 VDC with up to 1 amp (with panel powered by 30
VA transformer) or 2 amps (with panel powered by 50 VA
transformer) for bus devices and hardwired detectors, such
as smoke and motion detectors.
❑ Bus A and B: Input and output that provides communication between bus devices and the panel.
❑ Siren Driver: Output that can drive an 8-ohm load and
provides intrusion and fire alarm sounds for partition 1.
❑ 2 Onboard Outputs: Open-collector outputs that can be
set up to activate other signalling devices, based on system events.
❑ Microphone Input: Input used for 2-way audio when
used in conjunction with the Interrogator 200 Audio Verification Module.
❑ 8 Supervised Hardwire Zones: Inputs for various hardwired detectors. Zone 8 can be set up in programming to
accept 2-wire smoke detectors.
❑ Built-In SuperBus 2000 Receiver
(60-792-01-95R only): Allows use of up to 16 or 32 ITI
319.5 MHz. crystal and/or SAW Learn Mode wireless
sensors and touchpads. Also allows supervision of Supervised Wireless Sirens.
❑ Phone Line Connection: Allows panel to communicate
with central monitoring station and/or pagers.
SuperBus 2000 Touchpads
The following describes the different touchpads that can be
used for system programming and operation.
❑ SuperBus 2000 Fixed Display Touchpad: Provides operation control and user-programming access (not installer/
dealer programming). Displays system messages and
indicates system status.
❑ SuperBus 2000 2x16 LCD Touchpad: Provides complete system programming and operation control. Displays system messages that prompt users for information
when needed and indicates system status.
❑ SuperBus 2000 2x20 LCD Touchpad: Provides complete system programming and operation control. Large
display shows system messages that prompt users for
information when needed and indicates system status.
❑ SuperBus 2000 2x20 VFD Touchpad: Provides complete
system programming and operation control. Large fluorescent display shows system messages that prompt users for
information when needed and indicates system status.
SuperBus 2000 RF Receivers
These receivers expand system wireless zone capacity by 16,
32, or the maximum zones allowed by the panel. The receivers
are compatible with all ITI 319.5 MHz. crystal and SAW Learn
Mode wireless sensors, touchpads, and Supervised Wireless
Sirens.
DRAFT 8/17/00
Installing the System
Power Line Carrier Card
Adding this card (which requires that the panel be powered
using a Power Line Carrier Transformer) adds the following
capabilities to the system:
❑ Allows the use of Supervised Wireless Sirens.
❑ Allows the use of X-10 Powerhouse Lamp Modules for
light control and light activation during alarms.
Phone Supervision Card
Adding this card allows the panel to check for the correct
phone line voltage (partition 1 only), upon dialing the central
station/pager number. The panel can also be programmed to
check the phone line voltage automatically.
Supervised Wireless Siren
Supervised Wireless Sirens plug into any standard electrical
outlet and produce status and alarm sounds. The panel sends
signals to the siren through the Power Line Carrier Card and
Line Carrier Power Transformer, through the AC electrical
wiring.
The siren has a built-in transmitter that is used for supervising
with the panel. With the siren transmitter learned into panel
memory (panels with receivers), the siren can notify the panel
if it is unplugged, stops receiving panel signals, or has a low
backup battery.
SuperBus 2000 Phone Interface/Voice
Module
This module allows system access and control using touchtone telephones, on- or off-site. The module includes an output
for a speaker that sounds system status and alarm voice messages.
SnapCards
The following SnapCards expand the system as described:
❑ 8Z Input SnapCard: Provides eight additional hardwire
zone inputs, of which two are dedicated for using 2-wire
smoke detectors.
❑ 4 Output SnapCard: Provides four form C relay outputs
that can be set up to activate other signalling devices,
based on system events, schedules, or direct control.
❑ 4Z Input/2 Output Combo SnapCard: Provides three
hardwire zone inputs, one two wire smoke detector loop,
and two outputs that can be set up to activate other signalling devices, based on system events, schedules, or direct
control.
DRAFT 8/17/00
SuperBus 2000 8Z Input
Module (HIM)
Provides eight additional hardwire zone inputs.
SuperBus 2000 4-Relay Output Module
(HOM)
Provides four form C relay outputs that can be set up to activate other signalling devices, based on system events.
Interrogator 200 Audio
Verification Module
Adding this module allows central station operators to listen-in
and talk to occupants on the premises, to verify the emergency
when an alarm report is received.
Installing the System
This section describes how to install the system control panel.
Before starting the installation, plan your system layout and
programming using the worksheets provided in Appendix A.
Installing the system consists of the following:
❑ Determining the Panel Location
❑ Total System Power and Wire Length Guidelines
❑ Mounting the Panel
❑ Identifying Panel Main Components
❑ Installing the Optional Power Line Carrier Card
❑ Installing Optional SnapCards
❑ Connecting Detection Devices to Panel Zone Inputs
❑ Connecting Speakers
❑ Connecting Piezo Sirens
❑ Connecting an Interrogator 200 Audio Verification
Module
❑ Connecting Alphanumeric and Fixed Display Touchpads
❑ Installing SuperBus 2000 Modules
❑ Installing an RJ-31X Phone Jack
❑ Connecting the Phone Line to the Panel with a DB-8 Cord
❑ Connecting the AC Power Transformer
❑ Powering Up the Panel
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Installing the System
Determine the Panel Location
Table 1 describes the maximum wire length allowed between
compatible devices and the panel, including the maximum current draw of each device.
Before permanently mounting the panel, determine panel location using the following guidelines:
❑ Centrally locate the panel with relation to detection
devices whenever possible, to help reduce wire run
lengths and labor.
❑ Locate the panel where the temperature will not exceed
120°F (49°C) or fall below 32°F (0°C).
❑ Avoid running wires parallel with electrical wiring or fixtures such as fluorescent lighting, to prevent wire runs
from picking up electrical noise.
❑ Mount the panel at a comfortable working height (about
45 to 55 inches from the floor to the bottom of the panel,
as shown in Figure 1).
❑ Leave space to the left and right of the panel for wiring,
phone jack, and mounting optional modules.
❑ For wireless panels or hardwire panels that include a
SuperBus 2000 RF Receiver, allow at least 9 inches above
the panel cabinet for antennas.
❑ Allow at least 24 inches in front of the panel to open the
panel door.
PHONE JACK AND
OPTIONAL MODULE
MOUNTING AREA
19.25"
12"
ANTENNA
AREA
9"
21"
12"
PANEL
NOTE
ALLOW AT LEAST 24"
IN FRONT OF PANEL
45-55" TO ALLOW FOR OPENING
CABINET DOOR AND
ACCESS TO PANEL
COMPONENTS.
Table 1. Maximum Device Wire Length and Current Draw
Device
Max. Wire
Max. mA
Length to Panel
Draw
SuperBus 2000 2x16 LCD
Alphanumeric Touchpad
22 ga.—300 ft.
18 ga.—750 ft.
90 mA
SuperBus 2000 2x20 LCD
Alphanumeric Touchpad
22 ga.—250 ft.
18 ga.—600 ft.
120 mA
SuperBus 2000 2x20 VFD
Alphanumeric Touchpad
22 ga.—250 ft.
18 ga.—600 ft.
120 ma
SuperBus 2000 Fixed Display Touchpad
22 ga.—300 ft.
18 ga.—700 ft.
65 mA
SuperBus 2000 RF Receiver 22 ga.—1,100 ft.
18 ga.—2,800 ft.
30 mA
SuperBus 2000 Phone Inter- 22 ga.—40 ft.
face/Voice Module
18 ga.—120 ft.
600 mA
Power Line Carrier Card
N/A
110 mA
4 Input/2 Output SnapCard
N/A
185 mA*
8Z Hardwire Zone Expander N/A
SnapCard
230 mA*
4 Output SnapCard
N/A
130 mA*
SuperBus 2000 8Z Input
Module
22 ga.—1,800 ft.
18 ga.—4,500 ft.
35 mA
SuperBus 2000 4-Relay Out- 22 ga.—350 ft.
put Module
18 ga.—900 ft.
180 mA
SuperBus 2000 Energy
Saver Module
22 ga.—1,600 ft.
18 ga.—4,000 ft.
20 mA
Interrogator 200
22 ga.—3,200 ft.
18 ga.—4,500 ft.
10 mA
Interrogator AVM
22 ga.—110 ft.
18 ga.—260 ft.
300 mA
*Maximum current draw for the SnapCards does not include
the load which may be applied to their auxiliary DC supply.
Table 2 describes the total system wire lengths allowed when
installing systems using unshielded or shielded cable.
FLOOR
Figure 1. Determining Panel Location
Total System Power and Wire Length
Guidelines
The panel can supply up to 1 amp (1,000 mA) when powered
by the 24 VAC, 30 VA transformer or up to 2 amps (2,000 mA)
when powered by the 24 VAC, 50 VA transformer for system
devices.
Table 2. Total System Wire Length
Allowed
Wire Type
Total System
Wire
22-gauge, unshielded
4,500 ft.
22-gauge, shielded
3,000 ft.
18-gauge, unshielded
3,500 ft.
18-gauge, shielded
2,200 ft.
The total system wire length allowed can vary depending on
devices powered by the panel, the wire length between devices
and the panel, and the combined wire length of all devices.
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Installing the System
Table 3 describes the minimum current draw of each device
when the panel is operating only from the backup battery. For
24-hour backup, the total current draw of all SnapCards
connected to the panel and devices connected to +12 BUS
(panel terminal 4) is limited to 90 mA (during normal standby
condition) using a 4.0 AH battery, or 190 mA (during normal
standby condition) using a 7.0 AH battery.
Table 4. Device Wiring Requirements
Device
Wire Requirements
2-Wire Smoke Detectors
Table 3. Minimum Device Current Draw
Device
Min. mA
Draw
SuperBus 2000 2x16 LCD Alphanumeric
Touchpad
15 mA
SuperBus 2000 2x20 LCD Alphanumeric
Touchpad
15 mA
SuperBus 2000 2x20 VFD Alphanumeric
Touchpad
15 mA
SuperBus 2000 Fixed Display Touchpad
11 mA
SuperBus 2000 RF Receiver
27 mA
SuperBus 2000 Phone Interface/Voice Module
25 mA
Power Line Carrier Card
N/A
4 Input/2 Output SnapCard
20 mA
8Z Hardwire Zone Expander SnapCard
38 mA
4 Output SnapCard
1 mA
SuperBus 2000 8Z Input Module
18 mA
SuperBus 2000 4-Relay Output Module
12 mA
SuperBus 2000 Energy Saver Module
20 mA
Interrogator 200
10 mA
Interrogator AVM
45 mA
After determining panel location, run all necessary wires to
that location using the guidelines in Table 4.
Table 4. Device Wiring Requirements
Device
Mounting the Panel
Use the following procedure to mount the panel to the wall or
wall studs.
CAUTION
Make sure you are free of static electricity whenever
you work on the panel with the cover open. To discharge any static, first touch the metal panel chassis,
then stay in contact with the chassis when touching the
circuit board. Using an approved grounding strap is
recommended.
To mount the panel:
1. Open the panel door and remove the necessary wiring
knockouts (see Figure 2). Be careful not to damage the
circuit board.
2. Feed all wires through wiring knockouts and place the
panel in position against the wall.
3. Level the panel and mark the top and bottom mounting
holes (see Figure 2).
4. Install anchors where studs are not present.
5. Partially insert screws into the two top mounting hole
locations, then hang the panel on the two screws.
6. Recheck for level, insert the two lower screws, and tighten
all four mounting screws.
Wire Requirements
AC Power Transformer
2-conductor, 18-gauge, 25 feet
maximum
Earth Ground
Single conductor, 16-gauge
solid, 25 feet maximum
Telephone (RJ-31X)
4-conductor
Detection Devices
2- or 4-conductor, 18- to 22gauge, 300 ohms maximum
loop resistance including device
Speakers
2-conductor, 22-gauge, 175 feet
maximum
2-conductor, 18-gauge, 440 feet
maximum
SuperBus 2000 Devices
4-conductor, 22- or 18-gauge
Interrogator 200 AVM
Power and Microphone
4-conductor, 22-gauge, shielded
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2-conductor, 22-gauge, 330 feet
maximum
2-conductor, 18-gauge, 830 feet
maximum
(based on 10 ohms maximum
loop resistance plus a 2k-ohm,
end-of-line resistor)
M O U N T IN G
H O L E S
K N O C K O U T S
M O U N T IN G
H O L E S
8573126A.DSF
Figure 2. Mounting the Panel (Hardwire Panel Shown—
Combination Hardwire/Wireless Panel
Similar)
9
Installing the System
Identify Panel Components
Installing Antennas
Before installing devices and making wiring connections,
familiarize yourself with the main panel components. Figure 3
shows the main component locations for the hardwire circuit
board and Figure 4 the main component locations for the combination hardwire/wireless circuit board.
Install the antennas (included with panel) into the inside terminal of each antenna terminal block on the combination hardwire/wireless panel (see Figure 5).
BACKUP BATTERY
CONNECTIONS
EEPROM
CONNECT TO
INSIDE TERMINAL
BLACK RED
POWER LINE
CARRIER CARD
HEADERS
SNAP
CARD
HEADER
MICRO
PROCESSOR
PHONE
SUPERVISION
CARD HEADERS
PROGRAMMING
TOUCHPAD
HEADER
TERMINAL STRIP
8573G10B.DSF
Figure 3. Hardwire Circuit Board Main Components
8573207A.DSF
Figure 5. Installing the Antennas
Connecting the Panel to Earth Ground
ANTENNA TERMINAL BLOCKS
BACKUP BATTERY
CONNECTIONS
BLACK
POWER LINE
CARRIER CARD
HEADERS
EEPROM
RED
MICRO
PROCESSOR
PROGRAMMING
TOUCHPAD
HEADER
SNAP
CARD
HEADER
For maximum protection from lightning strikes and transients,
connect the lower-left circuit board screw to earth ground as
shown in Figure 6. Use 16-gauge, solid copper wire from an
earth grounded cold water pipe clamp to the panel.
PHONE
SUPERVISION
CARD HEADERS
TERMINAL STRIP
TO WATER PIPE
8573G206C.DSF
Figure 4. Combination Hardwire/Wireless Circuit
Board Main Components
PIPE
GROUND CLAMP
8573110A.DSF
Figure 6. Connecting the Panel to Earth Ground (Hardwire Panel Shown—Combination Hardwire/
Wireless Panel Similar)
Note
For best results, it is recommended that you crimp a
spade lug on the wire end at the panel and secure the
lug under the circuit board screw as shown in Figure 6.
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Installing the Optional Power Line Carrier
Card (60-755)
The Power Line Carrier card lets you add Supervised Wireless
Sirens for alarm and status sounds and X-10 Lamp Modules for
controlling lights.
Install the card on the header pins as shown in Figure 7. No
wiring or programming is necessary.
Note
The lower header has two jumpers installed from the
factory that must be removed before installing the
Power Line Carrier Card. Leave these jumpers in
place if you are not installing a Power Line Carrier
Card.
POWER LINE CARRIER CARD
MOUNTING LOCATION
Installing Optional SnapCards
The SnapCard Header on the right side of the panel allows for
installation of one SnapCard.
Install the desired SnapCard onto the panel SnapCard Header
and secure it in place with two screws, included with the card
(see Figure 9).
C O N N E C T O R
S N A P C A R D
S N A P
C A R D
H E A D E R
S C R E W
L O C A T IO N S
JUMPERS
TERMINAL STRIP
POWER LINE CARRIER
CARD HEADERS
8573G96A.DSF
Figure 7. Installing the Power Line Carrier Card (Hardwire Panel Shown—Combination Hardwire/
Wireless Panel Similar)
Installing the Optional Phone Supervision
Card (60-789)
8573127A.DSF
Figure 9. Installing a SnapCard into the Panel
Expansion Connector (Hardwire Panel
Shown—Combination Hardwire/Wireless
Panel Similar)
Connect all necessary input/output wiring using the
Installation Instructions included with the card.
The Phone Supervision Card allows the panel to check the
phone line voltage (partition 1 only), upon dialing the central
station/pager number. The panel can also be programmed to
check the phone line voltage automatically (see “Line Fail
Delay” on page 33).
Install the card on the header pins as shown in Figure 8.
PHONE SUPERVISION CARD
TERMINAL STRIP
PHONE SUPERVISION
CARD HEADERS
8636G02A.DSF
Figure 8. Installing the Phone Supervision Card (Hardwire Panel Shown—Combination Hardwire/
Wireless Panel Similar)
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Installing the System
Connecting Detection Devices to Panel Zone
Inputs
Zone inputs 1 through 8 are supervised using a 2k-ohm,
end-of-line resistor at the last device on the circuit. All eight
zones accept either normally open (N/O) or normally closed
(N/C) detection devices.
Connecting Intrusion Detection Devices
Connecting 2-Wire Smoke Detectors
Zone input 8 can be set up (in program mode) to accept the following 12 VDC, 2-wire smoke detectors:
❑ System Sensor models 2100D, 2100TD, 2100S, 2100TS,
2400, 2400TH
❑ Sentrol (ESL) models 429AT, 521B, 521BXT—(models
521B and 521BXT require the following dip switch settings: 1-on, 2-off)
CAUTION
Figure 10 shows the typical wiring for N/C and N/O door/window intrusion detection.
P A N E L
T E R M IN A L S
ZONE
2
GND
ZONE
3
13
14
15
Use only the 2-wire smoke detector models described
above. Alarm signals from other detectors may not be
processed correctly if the panel has lost AC power and
is operating only from the backup battery.
When set up for 2-wire smoke detectors, zone 8 can handle up
to 10 smoke detectors with 120 uA maximum idle current per
detector. Maximum total loop current allowed in an alarm condition is 100 mA.
Note
NORMALLY
CLOSED
(N/C)
CONTACTS
IN SERIES
NORMALLY
OPEN
(N/O)
CONTACTS
IN PARALLEL
2k Ohm
EOL RESISTOR
49-454
2k Ohm
EOL RESISTOR
49-454
When using 2-wire smoke detectors on zone 8, the
TWO-WIRE SMOKE setting (in program mode) must
be turned on before entering the LEARN SENSORS
menu. See ONBOARD OPTIONS—INPUTS in the
section “Programming the Panel” for complete details.
Connect one or more, 2-wire smoke detectors to the panel as
shown in Figure 12.
P A N E L
T E R M IN A L S
8573G23A.DS4
ZONE
8
+12V
2W SMK
22
23
Figure 10. Connecting N/C and N/O Intrusion Detection
Circuits to the Panel
Figure 11 shows the typical wiring for a Detection Systems
model DS922 (ITI part no. 13-082) motion detector. The minimum available panel voltage for hardwired PIR motion detectors is 8.5 VDC (9.5 VDC for UL listed installations).
+ 12
BUS
4
P A N E L
T E R M IN A L S
GND
ZONE
7
20
21
8 5 7 3 G 2 6 A .D S F
-
+
-
+
2k Ohm
EOL RESISTOR
49-454
(LOCATE AT LAST
DETECTOR)
Figure 12. Connecting 2-Wire Smoke Detectors to the
Panel
- +
LP
LN
2k Ohm EOL RESISTOR
49-454
(LOCATE AT SENSOR)
8 5 7 3 1 4 0 A .D S F
Figure 11. Connecting a Motion Detector to the Panel
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Connecting 4-Wire Smoke
Detectors
Zone input 8 can be used with 4-wire smoke detectors that
latch and remain in the alarm state until power is removed, then
restored to the detector. The panel provides this power interruption from terminal 23 (2-wire smoke power +), provided
that zone 8 is learned into sensor group 26 (fire).
P A N E L
T E R M IN A L S
GND
ZONE
7
ZONE
8
+12V
2W SMK
20
21
22
23
Note
The TWO-WIRE SMOKE setting (in program mode)
must be off when using 4-wire smoke detectors. See
ONBOARD OPTIONS—INPUTS in the section “Programming the Panel” for complete details.
C
C
O
N
O
N
. . . - .- M . M . O . O .
+ +
M O D E L
4 4 9 A T
Table 5 describes the minimum available panel power. Use
only 4-wire smoke detectors that operate at these power limits.
Connect up to five Sentrol (ESL) model 449AT (ITI part no.
13-360) smoke detectors to panel power and zone 8 input as
shown in Figure 13.
Table 5. Panel Minimum Available Power
Min. Voltage/Max. Current Available
8.3 VDC, up to 30 mA total (combined alarm) current
8.1 VDC, up to 40 mA total (combined alarm) current
C
O
O
C
N
N
. . .- .- M . M . O . O .
+ +
7.7 VDC, up to 60 mA total (combined alarm) current
7.4 VDC, up to 80 mA total (combined alarm) current
2k Ohm
EOL RESISTOR
49-454
(LOCATE AT LAST
DETECTOR)
Note
Zone 8 must be learned into sensor group 26 (fire) for
connected smoke detectors to reset after canceling a
fire alarm.
M O D E L
4 4 9 A T
8 5 7 3 1 3 9 A .D S F
Figure 13. Connecting 4-Wire Smoke Detectors to Panel
Power and Zone 8 Input
Connecting Speakers
The panel provides one siren driver output for intrusion
(steady), fire (temporal 3), and auxiliary (on-off-on-off) alarm
sounds. This output trips only for partition 1 alarms.
The output can drive a single 8-ohm speaker or multiple
speaker circuit of 8 ohms or higher (as shown in the following
speaker wiring diagrams). Compatible speakers are described
on the following page.
CAUTION
To avoid disabling the panel speaker output, do not
make speaker connections with the panel powered up.
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Installing the System
15-Watt Speaker (13-060)
Connect two units to the panel terminals with speakers in series
(16 ohms), as shown in Figure 16.
Use this speaker for exterior siren applications. Connect the
speaker to the panel as shown in Figure 14.
SPEAKER
SPEAKER
7
7
8
8
SPLICE
NOT
USED
2 8-OHM SPEAKERS
IN SERIES (16 OHMS)
8 5 7 3 G 3 1 A .D S F
Figure 14. Connecting Speakers to the Panel
Hardwire Interior Speaker
(60-528)
Use this speaker unit for interior siren applications. Connect
the speaker to the panel as shown in Figure 15.
CAUTION
Connect only the large speaker to panel terminals 7
and 8 as shown. The smaller speaker cannot handle
the output of terminals 7 and 8 and should not be connected, to avoid damaging the speaker.
PANEL
TERMINALS
7
8
SPEAKER
NOT
USED
8573103A.DSF
Figure 16. Connecting Two Hardwire Interior Speaker w/
Dual Speaker Units to Panel Terminals
Connecting Piezo Sirens
Output 1
PANEL
TERMINALS
7
8
SPEAKER
NOT
USED
Onboard output 1 (OUT 1—terminal 9) is an open-collector
(switched path-to-ground), programmable output that can handle a maximum of 200 mA current sink. The default setting
(01614) activates the output 15 seconds after a police or fire
alarm condition occurs. This allows you to connect a piezo
siren without changing the output configuration number in programming. This output is typically used for exterior siren
application.
8573102A.DSF
Output 2
Figure 15. Connecting the Hardwire Interior Speaker w/
Dual Speakers to the Panel
Onboard output 2 (OUT 2—terminal 10) is an open-collector
(switched path-to-ground), programmable output that can handle a maximum of 200 mA current sink. The default setting
(01710) activates the output for status and alarm tones, allowing for a piezo siren connection without changing the output
configuration number.This output is typically used for interior
siren application.
For more information on output configuration numbers, see
“Onboard Options Menu” on page 48.
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Installing the System
Exterior Sirens
Slim Line Hardwire Interior
Siren (60-483-01)
Connect the siren to the panel as shown in Figure 19.
Hardwire Exterior Siren
(13-046)
Note
Connect the siren to panel as shown in Figure 17.
The volume switch settings inside the siren do not
affect the siren output.
+12V OUT 1
4
9
P A N E L
T E R M IN A L S
+12V OUT2
RED
1
2
3
HIGH GND LOW
BLACK
N O T
U S E D
8 6 9 0 G 2 6 A .D S F
Figure 17. Connecting the Hardwire Exterior Siren to
the Panel
4
10
P A N E L
T E R M IN A L S
8 5 7 3 G 2 7 A .D S F
Interior Sirens
Figure 19. Connecting the Slim Line Hardwire Interior
Siren to the Panel
Interior Piezo Siren
(30-006)
Installing Supervised
Wireless Sirens (60-736-95)
Connect the piezo siren to the panel terminals with a 2k-ohm
resistor, as shown in Figure 18.
Supervised Wireless Sirens (SWS) plug
directly into electrical outlets and are not
wired to the panel. The panel (when powered by a line carrier power transformer)
sends alarm and status messages to the
siren, along the building AC wiring.
Note
Piezo siren connections to terminal 10 require a 2k
resistor that can be located at the panel, since it does
not supervise the circuit.
Note
If using an external power supply instead of panel terminal 4, the supply voltage must be limited to 9.5 VDC
maximum and the negative side of the power supply
must be connected to panel ground (terminal 3).
For supervised operation, the siren has a
built-in transmitter that, when learned into
panel memory, transmits to the panel
receiver if the siren has a low battery or
other trouble condition.
+12V OUT2
P A N E L
T E R M IN A L S
10
4
2k OHM
RESISTOR
49-454
Before plugging in Supervised Wireless Sirens, the panel must
be powered up and partition House Codes and the SWS Supervision Code set (in program mode) to the desired settings.
BLACK
The following procedures describe the basic steps for installing
Supervised Wireless Sirens. For complete installation details,
refer to the Supervised Wireless Siren Installation Instructions,
included with each siren.
RED
Note
8 6 9 0 G 2 7 A .D S F
Figure 18. Connecting an Interior Piezo Siren
Regardless of supervised or unsupervised siren installation, you must follow the order of installation as
described to avoid learning the wrong (or undesired)
House Code and SWS Supervision Code into siren
memory.
For unsupervised wireless siren installations:
1. Power up the panel (see “Powering Up the Panel” later in
this section).
2. Enter program mode and set the partition House Code to
the desired setting (see the LIGHT CONTROL menu in the
section “Programming the Panel”).
3. Exit program mode.
4. Install the siren backup battery.
5. Plug the siren into an electrical outlet.
6. Press the STATUS button on any working touchpad.
The siren should beep once and the siren LED should
flash 5 times, indicating it has learned the partition House
Code.
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Installing the System
7.
If the siren doesn’t beep or the LED doesn’t flash, reset
the house code on the siren by pressing and holding its
button for 20 seconds. The siren will beep three times
when the memory has been cleared. Repeat step 6.
For supervised wireless siren installations:
Note
Hardwire Concord 2.0 panels must have a SuperBus
2000 RF Receiver installed for supervised wireless
siren operation.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Power up the panel (see “Powering Up the Panel” later in
this section).
Install the siren backup battery.
Clear the siren memory by pressing and holding the siren
button for 20 seconds. The siren will beep three times
when the memory has been cleared.
Enter program mode and set the partition House Code to
the desired setting (see the LIGHT CONTROL menu in the
section “Programming the Panel”).
Proceed to the SIREN OPTIONS menu and set the SWS
Supervision Code to the desired setting.
Proceed to the LEARN SENSORS menu and select the
desired partition, sensor group 33, and the desired sensor
number.
When the touchpad display shows TRIP SENSOR nn, plug
the siren into an electrical outlet. The siren should beep
once and the siren LED should flash 10 times, indicating
the panel learned the siren transmitter ID and that the siren
learned both the partition House Code and SWS Supervision Code.
Exit program mode.
Note
When installing Supervised Wireless Sirens for supervised operation, be sure to program sensor text that
clearly identifies each siren. For example, HALLWAY
SIREN or BASEMENT SIREN. This can help both you
and your customer locate a specific siren if a problem
occurs.
Connecting an Interrogator 200 Audio
Verification Module (60-677)
BLACK
YELLOW
SPLICE
RUN SEPARATE
WIRE CABLES
AS SHOWN
CABLE
SHIELD
PANEL
TERMINALS
7
8
SPEAKER
4
3
11
+12V
GND
MIC
8573101A.DSF
Figure 20. Connecting an Interrogator 200 AVM to the
Panel (Partition 1 use only)
Connecting Alphanumeric and Fixed Display
Touchpads
Alphanumeric and Fixed Display touchpads use the same
color-coded wire scheme. Connect the touchpads to the panel
power output and bus terminals as shown in Figure 21.
Connect the Interrogator 200 Audio Verification Module
(AVM) to the panel terminals as shown in Figure 20.
GND
+12V
3
4
A BUS
B
5
6
CAUTION
SUPERBUS 2000
FIXED DISPLAY
TOUCHPAD
OR
LCD ALPHANUMERIC
TOUCHPADS
+12V/RED
BUS A/GREEN
BUS B/WHITE
GND/BLACK
If a speaker is already connected to panel terminals 7
and 8, the Interrogator 200 speaker must be hooked up
in series with that speaker to provide a 16-ohm load.
Hooking up speakers in parallel to panel terminals 7
and 8 creates a 4-ohm load that can cause permanent
damage to the panel.
8690G01A.DSF
Figure 21. Connecting Alphanumeric and Fixed Display
Touchpads to the Panel
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Installing SuperBus 2000 Modules
receivers must be installed outside the cabinet.
SuperBus modules can be installed inside the panel cabinet or
away from the panel. Use the following guidelines when
installing modules inside the panel cabinet:
❑ Up to 16 bus modules can be connected to the panel. (15
modules for the RF panel since receiver counts as 1.)
❑ Up to 3 modules can be mounted inside the cabinet.
❑ The panel includes two support standoffs you install to
secure module backplates to the panel (see Figure 22).
TOP
MOUNTING
CLIPS (6)
SIDE
MOUNTING
CLIP
SUPPORT STANDOFF
RF
RECEIVER
MODULE
(COVER
REMOVED)
PANEL
END
MODULE
END
8573g64A.DSF
Figure 22. Support Standoff
❑
PANEL
CABINET
Install the standoffs at the locations shown in Figure 23.
Note
Even if you don’t plan to mount modules inside the
cabinet, install the support standoffs for future use and
to avoid losing them.
DETAIL
SUPPORT STANDOFF
8573G37B.DSF
Figure 24. Mounting SuperBus 2000 Modules Inside the
Cabinet (RF Receiver Shown)
SuperBus 2000 RF Receiver
(60-764-01-95R-16Z/32Z/MAX)
1.
2.
Mount the receiver inside the cabinet enclosure as shown
in Figure 24.
Connect the receiver to the panel as shown in Figure 25.
PANEL
TERMINALS
GND
+12V
3
4
A BUS B
6
5
SUPPORT
STANDOFFS
8573107A.DSF
Figure 23. Installing the Support Standoffs (Hardwire
Panel Shown—Combination Hardwire/Wireless Panel Similar)
❑
❑
The cabinet has built-in mounting clips on the top and
sides that module backplates slide onto for mounting (see
Figure 23).
One SuperBus 2000 RF Receiver can be installed inside
the cabinet, but it must be mounted on the right-hand side
to accommodate the antennas (see Figure 24). Additional
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RECEIVER MODULE
TERMINAL STRIP
+12V
A
B
GND
8573105A.DS4
Figure 25. Connecting the SuperBus 2000 RF Receiver
to the Panel Terminals
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Installing the System
2
B
3
4
G N D
5
G N D
6
7
S P K 1 S P K 2
8
9
1 0
A U D 1 A U D 2 G N D
1 1
T IP 1
GRN
BRN
GRY
RED
24
25
26
27
P A N E L
T E R M IN A L S
Note
In UL Listed installations, the Phone Interface/Voice
Module is for supplementary use only.
1 2
T IP 2
1 3
R IN G
2
1 4
R IN G
1
RED
A
GRAY
1
+ 1 2 V
BROWN
8998g18A.DSF
The Phone Interface/Voice Module
includes two backplates for mounting
the module inside the control panel
cabinet. The module can also be
mounted outside of the control panel
using an optional plastic housing (part
no. 60-800). Refer to the SuperBus
2000 Phone Interface/Voice Module
Installation Instructions included with
each module, for complete mounting
instructions.
P H O N E IN T E R F A C E /V O IC E
M O D U L E T E R M IN A L S T R IP 2
P H O N E IN T E R F A C E /V O IC E
M O D U L E T E R M IN A L S T R IP 1
GREEN
SuperBus 2000 Phone Interface/Voice Module (60777-01)
DB-8 CORD
PLUG
The module requires panel power and bus connections, phone
line connection through panel terminals and DB-8 cord (from
an RJ-31X jack), and speaker connection through panel terminals.
BRN
GRY
Wiring—Power
RJ-31X
JACK
Connect the module to the panel power and bus terminals as
shown in Figure 26.
GRN
RED
8573109A.dsf
P H O N E IN T E R F A C E /V O IC E
M O D U L E T E R M IN A L S T R IP 2
P H O N E IN T E R F A C E /V O IC E
M O D U L E T E R M IN A L S T R IP 1
Figure 27. Connecting a Phone Line to the Module
Wiring—Speaker (Status Voice Messages Only)
1
A
+ 1 2 V
2
B
3
GND
+12V
3
4
4
5
G N D
G N D
6
7
S P K 1 S P K 2
8
9
1 0
A U D 1 A U D 2 G N D
1 1
T IP 1
1 2
T IP 2
1 3
R IN G
2
1 4
R IN G
1
A BUS B
5
Connect an interior speaker to the Phone Interface/Voice module terminals as shown in Figure 28. When connected as
shown, the speaker only produces status voice messages. In an
alarm situation the speaker will announce voice status messages.
6
P A N E L T E R M IN A L S
Note
8573108A.dsf
Figure 26. Connecting the Phone Interface/Voice
Module to the Panel Power and Bus
Terminals
To prevent status voice messages from being broadcast outside, do not connect exterior speakers to
Phone Interface/Voice module terminals 6 and 7.
P H O N E IN T E R F A C E /V O IC E
M O D U L E T E R M IN A L S T R IP 2
P H O N E IN T E R F A C E /V O IC E
M O D U L E T E R M IN A L S T R IP 1
Wiring—Phone Line
Connect the phone line to the module through the panel terminals and DB-8 cord (from an RJ-31X jack) as shown in Figure
27.
1
+ 1 2 V
A
2
B
3
4
G N D
5
G N D
6
7
S P K 1 S P K 2
8
9
1 0
A U D 1 A U D 2 G N D
1 1
T IP 1
1 2
T IP 2
1 3
R IN G
2
1 4
R IN G
1
Note
For RJ-31X connections, see “Installing an RJ-31X
Phone Jack (13-081)” on page 20.
H A R
IN T E
S P E
6 0 -5
NOT
USED
D W IR E
R IO R
A K E R
2 8
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Figure 28. Connecting an Interior Speaker to the Phone
Interface/Voice Module (Status Messages
Only)
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Installing the System
Wiring—Speaker (Status and Alarm Messages)
SuperBus 2000 8Z Input Module (60-774)
Make the following connection only if the Phone Interface/
Voice module is being installed in partition 1 and alarm sounds
are desired from the speaker connected to the terminals. In an
alarm situation, the speaker will alternate between alarm siren
tones and voice status messages.
Connect the SuperBus 2000 8Z Input Module to the panel as
shown in Figure 31.
P H O N E IN T E R F A C E /V O IC E
M O D U L E T E R M IN A L S T R IP 2
P H O N E IN T E R F A C E /V O IC E
M O D U L E T E R M IN A L S T R IP 1
ID: XXXXXXXX
1
+ 1 2 V
A
2
B
3
4
G N D
5
G N D
6
7
S P K 1 S P K 2
8
9
1 0
A U D 1 A U D 2 G N D
1 1
T IP 1
1 2
T IP 2
8
7
1 3
R IN G
2
1 4
R IN G
1
P A N E L
T E R M IN A L S
S P E A K E R
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
D W IR E
R IO R
A K E R
2 8
NOT
USED
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ZONE 8
ZONE COMMON
ZONE 7
ZONE 6
ZONE COMMON
ZONE 5
ZONE 4
ZONE COMMON
ZONE 3
ZONE 2
ZONE COMMON
ZONE 1
H A R
IN T E
S P E
6 0 -5
Figure 29. Connecting an Interior Speaker to the Phone
Interface/Voice Module (Status and Alarm
Messages)
PANEL
TERMINALS
Energy Saver Module (60-620-01)
GND
+12V
3
4
A BUS B
5
6
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Connect the Energy Saver Module to the panel and premises
thermostat as shown in Figure 30.
ENERGY SAVER MODULE
THERMOSTAT
Figure 31. Connecting the 8Z Input Module to the Panel
Terminals
Connect all necessary input wiring using the Installation
Instructions included with module.
HEAT
OFF
50
60
70
80
90
1 2 3 4 5 6
A/C
TO
HVAC
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PANEL
TERMINALS
GND
+12V
3
4
A BUS B
5
6
Figure 30. Connecting the Energy Saver Module to the
Panel Terminals and Premises
Thermostat
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Installing the System
4-Relay Output Module (60-770)
Installing an RJ-31X Phone Jack (13-081)
Connect the SuperBus 2000 4-Relay Output Module to the
panel as shown in Figure 32.
Use the following guidelines when installing an RJ-31X phone
jack for system control by phone and central station monitoring.
❑ Locate the RJ-31X jack (CA-38A in Canada) no further
than five feet from the panel.
❑ The panel must be connected to a standard analog (loopstart) phone line, that provides 48 volts DC (on-hook or
idle) which increases to 89 to 105 volts DC (ring voltage).
ID: XXXXXXXX
Note
The panel cannot be used on a digital or PBX phone
line. These systems are designed for digital type
devices only, operating anywhere from 5 volts DC and
up. The panel uses an analog modem and does not
have a digital converter, adapter, or interface to operate through such systems.
❑
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
ZONE COM
ZONE 1
NO 4
COM 4
NC 4
NO 3
COM 3
NC 3
NO 2
COM 2
NC 2
NO 1
COM 1
NC 1
❑
For full line seizure, install an RJ-31X phone jack on the
premises phone line so the panel is ahead of all phones
and other devices on the line. This allows the panel to take
control of the phone line when an alarm occurs, even if the
phone is in use or off-hook.
If an analog line is not available, contact your customer’s
telecommunications specialist and tell him/her you need
an analog line off the phone switch (PBX mainframe) or a
1FB (standard business line).
Note
PANEL
TERMINALS
GND
+12V
3
4
A BUS B
5
6
8690G11A.DSF
Figure 32. Connecting the 4-Relay Output Module to the
Panel Terminals
Connect all necessary output wiring using the Installation
Instructions included with the module.
Setting Device Address on SuperBus 2000
Devices
When the panel is powered up it automatically assigns device
addresses to SuperBus 2000 devices.
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Connecting the panel to an analog line off the phone
switch places the panel ahead of the phone system,
preventing panel access from phones on the premises. However, the panel can still be accessed from
off-site phones.
To connect a phone line to the panel using an
RJ-31X/CA-38A jack:
1. Run a 4-conductor cable from the TELCO protector block
to the jack location (see A in Figure 33).
2. Connect one end of the cable to the jack (see B in Figure
33).
3. At the TELCO protector block, remove the premises
phone lines (lines from phone jacks on premises) from the
block and splice them to the black and white (or yellow)
wires of the 4-conductor cable (see C in Figure 33).
4. Connect the green and red wires from the 4-conductor
cable to the TIP (+) and RING (-) posts on the block (see
D in Figure 33).
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Installing the System
TELCO
HOUSE
RJ-31X
JACK
GRY
RED
24
25
26
27
GRAY
RED
BRN
DB-8 CORD
PLUG
WHITE
(OR YELLOW)
RED
RED
GREEN
BLACK
GRN
B
GRN
GREEN
GRY
BROWN
BRN
BRN
GRY
RJ-31X
JACK
TELCO
PROTECTOR
BLOCK
TIP
(+)
GREEN
BLACK
RING
(-)
D
C
GREEN
GRN
A
RJ-31X
PHONE
LINE
WIRE
RUN
RED
WHITE (OR YELLOW)
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Figure 34. Connecting the DB-8 Cord to the Panel and
RJ-31X Jack
3.
Check the phones on the premises for dial tone and the
ability to dial out and make phone calls. If phones do not
work correctly, check all wiring and correct where necessary. Proceed to the “Troubleshooting” section of this
manual if problems persist.
RED
LINES FROM
PHONES ON
PREMISES
8573G84A.DSF
Figure 33. Installing an RJ-31X Phone Jack
5.
RED
Check the phones on the premises for dial tone and the
ability to dial out and make phone calls. If phones do not
work correctly, check all wiring and correct where necessary. Proceed to the “Troubleshooting” section of this
manual if problems persist.
Connecting the Phone Line to the Panel with
a DB-8 Cord
After installing the RJ-31X jack, you are ready to connect the
phone line to the panel. A DB-8 cord (not included) uses a plug
at one end for connecting to the RJ-31X module and flying
leads on the other end for panel terminal connections.
Connecting the AC Power Transformer
The panel must be powered by a plug-in stepdown transformer
that supplies 24 VAC, 30 VA (60-761) or 24 VAC, 50 VA (60778).
For systems that include a Power Line Carrier card and Supervised Wireless Sirens, or X-10 Lamp Modules, the panel must
be powered with the Line Carrier Power Transformer that supplies 24 VAC, 30 VA (60-762) or 24 VAC, 50 VA (60-779).
Connect the power transformer to the panel as shown in Figure
35.
CAUTION
Do not plug in the power transformer at this time. The
panel must be powered up using the sequence of steps
described in the next section, “Power Up the Panel.”
24 VAC
PANEL
TERMINALS
1
2
To connect the DB-8 cord to the panel terminals
and RJ-31X jack:
1. Connect the green, brown, gray, and red flying leads from
the DB-8 cord to panel terminals 24, 25, 26, and 27 (see
Figure 34).
2. Insert the DB-8 cord’s plug into the RJ-31X (see Figure
34).
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Figure 35. Connecting a Power Transformer to the Panel
Terminals
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Programming the Panel
Powering Up the Panel
Programming the Panel
After connecting and wiring all devices to the panel, you are
ready to apply AC and backup battery power to the panel.
For on-site system programming, an alphanumeric touchpad is
required.
To power up the panel:
1. Connect the red and black battery leads (included with
panel) to the lugs located in the upper-left area of the
panel circuit board (see Figure 36).
Entering program mode is done using an installer/dealer code
(default = 4321). The system can be put into program mode
only when the system is disarmed.
BACKUP BATTERY CONNECTIONS
BLACK RED
BLACK
Entering Program Mode
To enter program mode:
1. Make sure the system is disarmed in all partitions.
2. Press 8 + 4321 + 0 + 0 . The touchpad shows SYSTEM PROGRAMMING.
To enter programming mode using a programming
touchpad:
1. Connect the red, black, green, and white wires from the
Programming Touchpad Cable (60-791) to the power and
bus wires on an alphanumeric touchpad, matching the
wire colors on each.
2. Make sure the system is powered up and disarmed.
RED
BATTERY
Note
If the system is powered up after the programming
touchpad is connected or if a bus command scan is
executed, the programming touchpad will be “learned”
into the system and must later be manually deleted.
See “To delete learned Unit Numbers:” on page 46.
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Figure 36. Connecting the Backup Battery to the Panel
(Hardwire Panel Shown—Combination Hardwire/Wireless Panel Similar)
2.
Connect the other ends of the battery leads to the battery
terminals.
Plug the transformer into an outlet that is not controlled by
a switch.
3.
3.
Connect the plug on the cable onto the panel programming
touchpad header (see Figure 37).
Alphanumeric touchpads display ************, then
“Scanning Bus Devices,” and finally a date and time display.
Note
If alphanumeric touchpads don’t display anything,
immediately unplug the transformer and disconnect
the backup battery. Refer to the “Troubleshooting” section.
4.
T e s t S y s te m
To permanently mount the transformer, unplug it and
remove the existing screw securing the AC outlet cover.
O ff
W e e k ly
A
p re s s b o th
p re s s b o th
D
!
3
P a g e r
5
F e a tu re s
S y s te m
M e n u
7
8
9
S ta tu s
L ig h ts
B y p a s s
0
#
5.
6.
22
Hold the outlet cover in place and plug the transformer
into the lower receptacle.
Use the screw supplied with the transformer to secure the
transformer to the outlet cover.
*
6
8690G02A.DSF
WARNING
Use extreme caution when securing the transformer to a metal outlet cover. You could receive a
serious shock if a metal outlet cover drops down
onto the prongs of the plug while you are securing
the transformer and cover to the outlet box.
A w a y
2
S ile n t
4
C
p re s s b o th
S ta y
1
N o D e la y
B
PROGRAMMING
TOUCHPAD
CABLE (60-791)
Figure 37. Connecting a Programming Touchpad
4.
5.
6.
Press 8 + 4321 + 0 + 2 . The touchpad sounds one
short beep. Press ‚ and verify that the display shows
SERVICE TOUCHPAD ACTIVE.
Press 8 + 4321 + 0 + 0 and the display shows SYSTEM PROGRAMMING.
After programming is completed, simply disconnect the
touchpad from the panel header.
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Programming the Panel
Touchpad Button Programming Functions
TIER 2
MENUS
In program mode, touchpad buttons let you navigate to all
installer programming menus for configuring the system. Table
6 describes the touchpad button functions in program mode.
B
A
#
Table 6. Alphanumeric Touchpad Button Programming
Functions
Button
Programming Function
Selects menu item or data entry.
‚
Deselects menu item or data entry (if
pressed before #).
A&B
Scroll through available options at the current menu tier. Also scroll through sensor
text options during sensor text programming.
C
Enters pauses when programming phone
numbers.
D
Deletes certain programmed settings.
0 thru 9
Enter numeric values wherever needed.
1&2
Select off (1) or on (2) wherever needed.
1 thru 6
Press and hold to enter alphabetical characters A thru F for account numbers.
7&9
Press and hold to enter * (7) or # (9) for
phone numbers.
*
TOUCHPAD
OPTIONS
#
ƒ
B
#
*
*
B
B
A
B
*
ONBOARD
OPTIONS
A
#
A
#
#
B
A
A
#
*
A
*
AUDIO
VERIFICATION
SENSORS
*
B
LIGHT
CONTROL
A
*
#
B
SIREN
OPTIONS
A
#
B
TIMERS
*
#
REPORTING
*
ACCESSORY
MODULES
A
#
B
PHONE
OPTIONS
PHONES
SECURITY
#
B
A
*
B TO SECURITY MENU
A FROM SECURITY MENU
*
8 6 9 0 G 0 3 A .D S F
Figure 39. Tier 2 Program Menus
Again, arrows pointing right represent pressing B to advance
forward through the menus. Pressing A moves through the
menus in reverse.
Arrows below each menu represent pressing ƒ to advance to
those settings that pertain to that menu. Only when a specific
menu is displayed can you advance to those settings. For example, from the SENSORS menu pressing ƒ gives you access to
learning sensors, programming sensor text, deleting sensors,
and viewing/editing sensor programming.
Settings in tier 2 menus can also be accessed by entering shortcut numbers. See the section, “Programming Tier 2 Menu
Items” on page 24 for complete details.
Moving Through Program Mode Tiers and
Menus
There are two basic tiers of programming menus. Tier 1 menus
are accessible immediately after entering program mode (see
Figure 38).
TIER 1
MENUS
System
Programming
#
B
A
Demo Kit
Off/On
B
A
Partition 1
Copy
B
B
Clear Memory
A
B
Exit
Programming
Ready
A
FROM TIER 2 MENUS
TO TIER 2 MENUS
*
8 5 7 3 1 1 4 A .D S F
Figure 38. Tier 1 Program Menus
Arrows pointing right represent pressing B to advance forward
through the menus. Pressing A moves through the menus in
reverse.
The arrow below the System Programming menu represents
pressing ƒ to advance to tier 2 programming menus. Only
when System Programming is displayed can you advance to
tier 2 menus (see Figure 39).
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Programming the Panel
Programming Tier 1 Menu Items
(System Programming)
Partition 1 Copy
This section guides you through programming tier 1 menu
items as they appear in sequence. Depending on whether
you’re installing a new system or changing programming in an
existing system will determine the exact order you need to follow. For example, for new installations you should always
clear memory before programming any system settings.
Demo Kit Mode
(System Programming)
(Default = off) This setting determines whether the panel is
used for a standard installation (off) or as a demo kit (on).
When the Demo Kit option is on, only sensors learned into
groups 01 and 03, duress code use, and phone test (8 + system master code + 2 ) will be reported. Turning on this feature and performing a memory clear changes the following
settings:
Partition 1 Master Code = 1000
Partition 2 Master Code = 2000
User Code 00 = 1001 (partition 1 code—can also be used to
jump to partition 2)
User Code 01 = 1002 (partition 1 code—can also be used to
bypass sensors)
User Code 02 = 2001 (partition 2 code—can also be used for
remote or off-site access)
User Code 03 = 2002 (partition 2 code—can also be used to
perform system tests)
User Code 04 = 1122 (partition 1 code—can also be used to
jump to partition 2, for remote or offsite access, and system tests)
User Code 05 = 1122 (partition 2 code—can also be used to
jump to partition 1, for remote or offsite access, bypassing sensors, and
system tests)
Partition 1 House Code = 255 (P)
Partition 2 House Code = 254 (O)
Zone 1 (hardwire input 1) = Group 10, Front Door
Zone 2 (hardwire input 2) = Group 13, Bedroom Window
Zone 3 (hardwire input 3) = Group 17, Living Room Motion
Sensor
Zone 4 (hardwire input 4) = Group 1, Panic
Zone 5 (wireless, keychain touchpad, ID F00201) = Group
01, (no text)
Zone 6 (wireless, DWS, ID A00206) = Group 13, Kitchen
Window
COMM FAILURE = off
Demo Kit = on
AVM code = 2121
Entry Delay = 8 sec
Exit Delay = 8 sec
Extended Delay = 1 minute
Siren Timeout = 2 minutes
To turn Demo Kit Mode off or on:
With the display showing DEMO KIT MODE OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on), then press ƒ .
The display flashes the entered setting, then stops after
pressing ƒ and displays DEMO KIT MODE OFF/ON
(new setting).
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(Default = none) After programming all settings pertaining
to partition 1, you can make an exact copy to use for partition 2. This helps reduce programming time when the system is set up for two partitions. If there are certain settings
that are unique to partition 2, simply advance to the appropriate menu and make the necessary changes.
To Copy Partition 1:
With the display showing PARTITION 1 COPY, press ƒ
+ installer code (default = 4321) + ƒ .
The display flashes, then stops after pressing ƒ and
shows DONE.
(System Programming)
Clear Memory
Clearing memory deletes all existing programming information (except the Dealer Code). Clear memory on all newly
installed panels before programming.
To Clear Panel Memory:
1. With the system in program mode, press A or B until
the display shows CLEAR MEMORY.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows ENTER CODE TO
CLEAR MEMORY.
3. Enter the 4-digit installer code (default = 4321) or
dealer code (if programmed) + ƒ .
After about five seconds, the system restarts and the
panel scans the bus to learn all bus devices.
If the system doesn’t respond as described, repeat step 3.
Programming Tier 2 Menu Items
This section guides you through programming tier 2 menu
items as they appear in sequence. Figure 40 shows the menus
available on tier 2.
TIER 2
MENUS
B
B
A
#
*
TOUCHPAD
OPTIONS
#
#
*
*
B
B
A
B
*
ONBOARD
OPTIONS
A
#
A
#
*
#
B
*
A
#
*
A
*
AUDIO
VERIFICATION
SENSORS
A
B
LIGHT
CONTROL
A
#
B
SIREN
OPTIONS
A
#
B
TIMERS
*
#
REPORTING
*
ACCESSORY
MODULES
A
#
B
PHONE
OPTIONS
PHONES
SECURITY
#
B
A
*
B TO SECURITY MENU
A FROM SECURITY MENU
*
8 6 9 0 G 0 3 A .D S F
Figure 40. Tier 2 Program Menus
Each menu on tier 2 represents a group of settings related to the
menu name. Some tier 2 menus break down into settings that
affect the whole system (global) or a specific partition.
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Programming the Panel
Using Shortcut Numbers
Installer Code
(0001)
To go directly to a setting in tier 2, you can enter the shortcut
number for that setting. Shortcut numbers in this manual
appear in parenthesis (), under the setting name.
(Default = 4321) The 4-digit installer code is used for entering
program mode and changing system settings. If a dealer code
is programmed, only those settings not associated with phone
numbers can be changed.
(Security-Global)
LOCATION
MENU NAME
To program an Installer Code:
Downloader Code
(Security-Global)
(0000)
With the display showing INSTALLER CODE nnnn
(current code), enter the desired 4-digit code. The
display flashes the entered code. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new code.
Note
SHORTCUT NUMBER
Shortcut numbers can be used from any setting location within
tier 2.
To advance to tier 2 program menus:
With the system in program mode and the display showing
SYSTEM PROGRAMMING, press ƒ once. The display should
show SECURITY.
Security Menu
The SECURITY menu lets you choose whether security settings affect the whole system (global) or a specific partition.
To access global or partition security menu items:
1. With the display showing SECURITY, press ƒ . The display should show GLOBAL.
2. Press ƒ again to advance to global settings, or press A or
B to display PARTITION n, then press ƒ to advance to
selected partition 1 or 2 settings.
The following describes how to program the security settings
that appear under GLOBAL.
The Installer Code cannot be deleted or cleared from
panel memory. To change the Installer Code to its
default setting, enter 4321 in the procedure above.
Dealer Code
(0002)
(Security-Global)
(Default = none) The 4-digit dealer code is used to prevent
unauthorized persons from changing the programmed central
station phone numbers. When this feature is enabled, central
station phone numbers cannot be changed (unless you enter
the program mode by using the dealer code). All other system
settings are still accessible by entering the program mode with
the installer code.
To program a Dealer Code:
With the display showing DEALER CODE ✱✱✱✱, enter
the desired 4-digit code. The display flashes the entered
code. Press ƒ and the display shows the new code.
To delete a Dealer Code:
With the display showing DEALER CODE nnnn (current
code), press D . The display shows DEALER CODE
✱✱✱✱.
Note
Downloader Code
(0000)
(Security-Global)
(Default = 12345) The 5-digit downloader code is used in
conjunction with downloader programming. The downloader
operator must have the panel account number and downloader
code in order to perform any programming.
To program a Downloader Code:
With the display showing DOWNLOADER CODE nnnnn
(current code), enter the desired 5-digit code. The
display flashes the entered code. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new code.
Note
The Downloader Code cannot be deleted or cleared
from panel memory. To change the Downloader Code
to its default setting, enter 12345 in the procedure
above.
The Dealer Code cannot be deleted by clearing panel
memory.
The following sections describe the security settings that
appear under PARTITION 1 and PARTITON 2.
(Security—Partition 1-2)
Account Number
(partition 1: 0010, partition 2: 0020)
(Defaults = 00000) The account number is used as panel (or
customer) identification for the central monitoring station.
The panel sends the account number every time it reports to
the central station. Account numbers must be 1 to 10 characters long.
Alpha characters A–F can be assigned to the account number
by pressing and holding buttons 1–6 respectively, until the
character appears.
To program an Account Number:
With the display showing ACCOUNT NUMBER nnnnn
(current number), enter the desired account number.
The display flashes the entered number. Press ƒ and the
display shows the new number.
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Programming the Panel
Quick Arm
(Security—Partition 1-2)
(partition 1: 0011, partition 2: 0021)
Auto Stay Arming
(Security—Partition 1-2)
(partition 1: 0014, partition 2: 0024)
(Defaults = off) Quick Arm allows system arming without
using an access code. When Quick Arm is on, the system arming level can be increased from Level 1-OFF to LEVEL 2STAY, from Level 1-OFF to LEVEL 3-AWAY, or from Level
2-STAY to LEVEL 3-AWAY, without entering an access
code.
(Defaults = on) This setting determines whether or not the
system automatically arms to STAY (level 2) if the user arms
the system to AWAY (level 3) without exiting the premises.
This can help prevent accidental alarms by deactivating interior motion sensors during occupied arming periods.
A valid access code is still required to decrease the arming
level or disarm the system.
To turn Quick Arm off or on:
With the display showing QUICK ARM OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Quick Exit
(Security—Partition 1-2)
(partition 1: 0012, partition 2: 0022)
(Defaults = on) This setting determines whether or not users
can open and close a standard entry/exit door without causing
an alarm (while the system is armed).
This feature would be useful if the user wants to go out to get
the morning paper while the system is armed. This feature
also allows the user to leave the armed premises without having to disarm and re-arm the system.
When Quick Exit is on, pressing D on a touchpad (while the
system is armed) starts a 2-minute timer that allows one standard entry/exit door (sensor groups 10 and 19 only) to be activated once (opened, then closed).
When this feature is turned off, the system must be disarmed
before any protected door is opened.
Note
For UL Listed installations, this feature must be set to
off.
To turn Quick Exit off or on:
With the display showing QUICK EXIT OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Exit Extension
(Security—Partition 1-2)
(partition 1: 0013, partition 2: 0023
(Defaults = on) This setting determines whether or not the
user can re-enter and exit again through an entry or exit delay
door (without disarming and re-arming the system). This
helps prevent exit faults and false alarms by allowing users to
re-enter the premises for a forgotten item.
When Exit Extension is on, the panel restarts the exit delay
timer if the user re-enters the premises through a standard
delay door before the standard exit delay time expires.
When this feature is off, the exit delay timer does not restart if
the user re-enters the premises, forcing the user to disarm the
system to avoid setting off an accidental alarm.
To turn Exit Extension off or on:
When this feature is on and the system is armed to AWAY,
touchpads (and other status sounders) emit one exit delay
beep every four seconds, then one every second during the
last 10 seconds. If the exit delay time expires with no standard
delay sensor activation, the system automatically arms to
STAY.
Note
Arming the system to “AWAY with No Delay” overrides the Auto Stay Arming feature.
To turn Auto Stay Arming off or on:
With the display showing AUTO STAY ARMING OFF/
ON (current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The
display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the
display shows the new setting.
Keyswitch Sensor
(Security—Partition 1-2)
(partition 1: 0015, partition 2: 0025)
(Defaults= none) This feature lets users arm and disarm the
system using either a keyswitch wired to a hardwire zone
input or a wireless door/window sensor.
For example, if sensor 1 is designated as the keyswitch sensor
and the system is disarmed, then tripping sensor 1 could arm
the system to AWAY. If the system is armed to STAY or
AWAY, then tripping the sensor could disarm the system
(depending on keyswitch style).
The panel reports opening, closing, and force armed reports
(if turned on) to the central monitoring station.
Note
A bypassed keyswitch sensor cannot arm or disarm
the system.
During an audible alarm, keyswitch sensors can disarm the system (which sends a cancel report to the
central monitoring station), but cannot arm the system. The system can be armed only after the siren
timeout expires.
Keyswitch sensors test the same as any other sensor
and do not arm or disarm the system during a sensor
test.
To assign a Keyswitch Sensor:
With the display showing KEYSWITCH SENSOR nn
(current sensor number), enter the desired sensor
number (01–76). The display flashes the entered sensor
number. Press ƒ and the display shows the new number.
To delete a Keyswitch Sensor:
With the display showing KEYSWITCH SENSOR nn
(current sensor number), press D to erase the keyswitch
sensor attribute.
With the display showing EXIT EXTENSION OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
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Programming the Panel
(Security—Partition 1-2)
Keyswitch Style
(partition 1: 0016, partition 2: 0026)
Phones Menu
(Defaults = transition) This feature allows users to select how
they want the system to behave when armed/disarmed by a
keyswitch sensor. The choices are as follows:
The PHONES menu lets you set up central station reporting for
the system.
Transition: If keyswitch style is set to transition and the keyswitch sensor is tripped (opened) when the system is disarmed
(level 1), the panel will automatically arm to AWAY (level 3).
If the sensor is tripped (opened) when the system is armed to
AWAY (level 3) or STAY (level 2), the panel will automatically disarm.
The following describes how to program the settings that
appear under CS PHONE 1-3.
State: If keyswitch style is set to state, when the keyswitch
sensor is tripped (opened) the panel arms to AWAY (level 3).
If the sensor is restored (closed) the panel disarms.
Opening, closing, and force arming reports (if turned on) are
reported to the central station for both keyswitch styles.
To assign a Keyswitch Style:
With the display showing KEYSWITCH STYLE
TRANSITION/STATE (current setting), press 1 + ƒ to
set the type to Transition. Press 2 + ƒ to set the type to
State.
(Security—Partition 1-2)
Duress Code
(partition 1: 0017, partition 2: 0027)
(Phones—CS Phone 1-3)
Phone Number
(cs phone 1: 0100, cs phone 2: 0110, cs phone 3:
0120)
(Defaults = none) This setting is used for programming the
central station receiver phone number. Phone numbers can be
1 to 24 digits long, including pauses or * and # characters.
To enter pauses, press C .
To enter *, press and hold 7 for about two seconds.
To enter #, press and hold 9 for about two seconds.
Note
The PHONE NUMBER menus are not accessible if a
Dealer Code is programmed and the Installer Code is
used to enter installer programming mode. To access
these menus when a Dealer Code is programmed,
you must enter installer programming mode using the
Dealer Code.
Note
(Defaults = none) The duress code is a unique 4-digit access
code that allows users to operate the system and, at the same
time, instructs the panel to send a silent alarm report to the
central station.
Do not use a duress code unless it is absolutely necessary.
Using duress codes often results in false alarms due to code
entry errors. If a duress code is absolutely necessary, use it
with an audio verification module (AVM) to reduce false
alarms and accidental dispatches.
Note
To use this feature, the DURESS OPTION setting
under the REPORTING—PARTITION 1 (2) menu
must be turned on.
To program a Duress Code:
With the display showing DURESS CODE ✱✱✱✱, enter
the desired 4-digit duress code. The display flashes the
entered setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the new
code.
Call-waiting services should be disabled to prevent
interrupting panel communication to the central monitoring station. To program a dialing prefix that disables call-waiting, see the CALL WAIT CANCEL
setting under the menu PHONE OPTIONS—GLOBAL.
To program a Central Station Phone Number:
With the display showing PHONE NUMBER _ (or
current number), enter the desired phone number. The
display flashes the entered number. Press ƒ and the
display shows the new number.
To delete a Central Station Phone Number:
With the display showing PHONE NUMBER (current
number), press D .
The display shows PHONE NUMBER _.
To delete a Duress Code:
With the display showing DURESS CODE nnnn (current
code), press D . The display shows DURESS CODE
✱✱✱✱.
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High Level Rpts
(Phones—CS Phone 1-3)
(cs phone 1: 0101, cs phone 2: 0111, cs phone 3:
0121)
Open/Close Rpts
(Phones—CS Phone 1-3)
(cs phone 1: 0104, cs phone 2: 0114, cs phone 3:
0124)
(Defaults: CS Phone 1 = on, CS Phone 2 and 3 = off) When
this setting is on, the following conditions report to the central
station:
❑ Fire, Police, Auxiliary, and Duress alarms
❑ No Activity
❑ Receiver Failure (or jam)
❑ Tamper conditions, including Zone Tampers and System
Tamper (40 incorrect key presses or touchpad supervisory)
❑ Entering or exiting Sensor Test mode
❑ Phone Test
(Defaults = off) This setting determines whether opening and
closing reports are sent to the central station. When turned on,
the panel sends a closing report when the system is armed and
an opening report when the system is disarmed.
To turn High-Level Reports off or on:
With the display showing HIGH LEVEL RPTS OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Low Level Rpts
(Phones—CS Phone 1-3)
(cs phone 1: 0102, cs phone 2: 0112, cs phone 3:
0122)
(Defaults: CS Phone 1 = on, CS Phone 2 and 3 = off) When
this setting is on, the following non-alarm conditions report to
the central station:
❑ Force Armed
❑ Hardwire Zone Trouble (open or short)
❑ Supervisory (wireless devices)
❑ Low Battery (wireless devices)
❑ Phone Test
❑ Other non-alarm related conditions
To turn Low-Level Reports off or on:
With the display showing LOW LEVEL RPTS OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Exception Rpts
(Phones—CS Phone 1-3)
(cs phone 1: 0103, cs phone 2: 0113, cs phone 3:
0123)
(Defaults = off) When this setting is on, the panel reports to
the central station if the system is not armed or disarmed at
the specified schedule times.
To turn Exception Reports off or on:
With the display showing EXCEPTION RPTS OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
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Note
To use this feature, the OPENING REPORTS and
CLOSING REPORTS settings under the REPORTING menu must be turned on for that partition.
To turn Opening/Closing Reports off or on:
With the display showing OPEN/CLOSE RPTS OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Backup
(Phones—CS Phone 1-3)
(cs phone 1: 0105, cs phone 2: 0115, cs phone 3: 0125)
(Defaults: CS Phone 1 = on, CS Phone 2 and 3 = off) This setting determines whether or not the panel uses another programmed central station phone number for reporting if
attempts with the first number are unsuccessful.
When BACK UP is off, the panel will make up to eight
attempts to deliver a report with the programmed phone number.
When BACK UP is set to ON, the panel makes up to 16
attempts to deliver the report, alternating between the programmed phone number and the backup phone number.
CS PHONE 1 is backed up by CS PHONE 2.
CS PHONE 2 is backed up by CS PHONE 1.
CS PHONE 3 is backed up by CS PHONE 1.
To turn Backup off or on:
With the display showing BACK UP OFF/ON (current
setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the
entered setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the new
setting.
SIA/CID Reporting
(Phones—CS Phone 1-3)
(cs phone 1: 0106, cs phone 2: 0116, cs phone 3: 0126)
(Defaults = CID) This setting determines whether the panel
uses the SIA or CID (Contact ID) reporting format for central
station communication.
To select SIA or CID reporting:
With the display showing REPORTING FORMAT SIA/
CID (current setting), press 1 (for SIA) or 2 (for CID).
The display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the
display shows the new setting.
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Programming the Panel
The following describes how to program the phone settings
that appear under PAGER PHONE 1 through 5.
(Phones—Pager Phone 1-5)
Phone Number
(pager 1: 0130, pager 2: 0140, pager 3: 0150, pager 4:
0160, pager 5: 0170)
(Defaults = none) This setting is used for programming a
phone number that communicates to a pager. Phone numbers
can be 1 to 24 digits long and include pauses, a skylink number, and 7-digit PIN number.
To enter pauses, press C .
To enter *, press and hold 7 for about two seconds.
To enter #, press and hold 9 for about two seconds.
(Phones—Pager Phone 1-5)
Low Level Rpts
(pager 1: 0132, pager 2: 0142, pager 3: 0152, pager 4:
0162, pager 5: 0172)
(Defaults = off) This setting determines whether the following
non-alarm conditions report to a pager:
❑ Force Armed
❑ Hardwire Zone Trouble (open or short)
❑ Supervisory (wireless devices)
❑ Low Battery (wireless devices)
❑ Phone Test
❑ Other non-alarm related conditions
To turn Low-Level Reports off or on:
Note
Call-waiting services should be disabled to prevent
interrupting panel communication to the pager(s). To
program a dialing prefix that disables call-waiting, see
the CALL WAIT CANCEL setting under the menu
PHONE OPTIONS—GLOBAL.
To program a Pager Phone Number:
With the display showing PHONE NUMBER _ (or
current number), enter the desired pager phone number.
The display flashes the entered number. Press ƒ and the
display shows the new setting.
To delete a Pager Phone Number:
With the display showing PHONE NUMBER (current
number), press D . The display shows PHONE NUMBER
_.
(Phones—Pager Phone 1-5)
High Level Rpts
(pager 1: 0131, pager 2: 0141, pager 3: 0151, pager 4:
0161, pager 5: 0171)
(Defaults = on) This setting determines whether the following
alarm conditions report to a pager:
❑ Fire, Police, Auxiliary, and Duress alarms
❑ No Activity
❑ Receiver Failure (or jam)
❑ Tamper conditions, including Zone Tampers and System
Tamper (40 incorrect key presses or touchpad supervisory)
❑ Entering or exiting Sensor Test mode
❑ Phone Test
To turn High-Level Reports off or on:
With the display showing HIGH LEVEL RPTS OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
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With the display showing LOW LEVEL RPTS OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
(Phones—Pager Phone 1-5)
Exception Rpts
(pager 1: 0133, pager 2: 0143, pager 3: 0153, pager 4:
0163, pager 5: 0173)
(Defaults = off) This setting determines whether the panel
reports to a pager if the system is not armed or disarmed at the
specified schedule times, if open/close reports are turned on.
To turn Exception Reports off or on:
With the display showing EXCEPTION RPTS OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
(Phones—Pager Phone 1-5)
Open/Close Rpts
(pager 1: 0134, pager 2: 0144, pager 3: 0154, pager 4:
0164, pager 5: 0174)
(Defaults = off) This setting determines whether opening and
closing reports are sent to a pager. When turned on, the panel
sends a closing report when the system is armed and an opening report when the system is disarmed.
Note
To use this feature, the OPENING REPORTS and
CLOSING REPORTS settings under the REPORTING menu must be turned on for that partition.
To turn Opening/Closing Reports off or on:
With the display showing OPEN/CLOSE RPTS OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
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(Phones—Pager Phone 1-5)
Latchkey Reports
(pager 1: 0135, pager 2: 0145, pager 3: 0155, pager 4:
0165, pager 5: 0175)
(Defaults = on) This setting determines whether the panel
reports to a pager when the system is armed or disarmed,
according to latchkey time scheduling.
To turn Latchkey reports off or on:
With the display showing LATCHKEY RPTS OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
(Phones—Pager Phone 1-5)
Streamlining
(pager 1: 0136, pager 2: 0146, pager 3: 0156, pager 4:
0166, pager 5: 0176)
(Defaults = on) This setting determines whether the panel
includes (off) or excludes (on) the account number when
reporting to a pager.
To turn Streamlining off or on:
With the display showing STREAMLINING OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
(Phones—Pager Phone 1-5)
Ptn Assignment
(pager 1: 0137, pager 2: 0147, pager 3: 0157, pager 4:
0167, pager 5: 0177)
(Defaults = 1) This setting determines the partition that
reports to a pager. Both partitions can be assigned to report to
a single pager.
To set up Partition Assignments for pager reporting:
With the display showing PTN ASSIGNMENT 1/2/12
(current setting), press 1 or 2 to select partition 1 or 2
(press 1 and 2 to select both partition 1 and 2). The
display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the
display shows the new setting.
The following describes how to program the phone settings
that appear under DOWNLOADER PHONE.
Phone Number
(0180)
(Phones—Downloader Phone)
(Default = none) Use this setting to enter the phone number of
an off-site computer that can be used to program the panel
through the phone line. Phone numbers can be 1 to 24 digits
long, including pauses or * and # characters.
To enter pauses, press C .
To enter *, press and hold 7 for about two seconds.
To enter #, press and hold 9 for about two seconds.
Note
Call-waiting services should be disabled to prevent
interrupting panel communication to the downloader.
To program a dialing prefix that disables call-waiting,
see the CALL WAIT CANCEL setting under the menu
PHONE OPTIONS—GLOBAL.
To program a downloader phone number:
With the display showing PHONE NUMBER (current
number), enter the desired phone number. The display
flashes the entered number. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
To delete a downloader phone number:
With the display showing PHONE NUMBER (current
number), press D to erase the number. The display
shows PHONE NUMBER_.
Phone Options Menu
The PHONE OPTIONS menu lets you set up system phone
access and communications that affect the whole system (global) or a specific partition.
The following describe how to program the phone option settings that appear under GLOBAL.
Phone Test
(02000)
(Phone Options—Global)
(Default = on) This setting determines if the user can, at any
time, test the communication from the panel to the central station or a pager by entering 8 + CODE + 2 (# + 8 + CODE + 2
from a touch-tone phone).
To turn the Phone Test setting off or on:
With the display showing PHONE TEST OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
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Auto Phone Test
(02001)
(Phone Options—Global)
(Default = off) This setting determines if the panel sends a
phone test automatically to the central station or a pager on a
predetermined schedule. (Refer to the “Phone Test Freq.” and
“Next Phone Test” settings found under TIMERS—GLOBAL).
Note
For U.L. Commercial Listed installations (UL 1610),
this feature must be on.
To turn Automatic Phone Test off or on:
With the display showing AUTO PHONE TEST OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Auto Test Reset
(02002)
(Phone Options—Global)
(Default = on) This setting determines whether or not the
Auto Phone Test interval is reset after any successful report to
the central monitoring station. (Refer to the “Phone Test
Freq.” and “Next Phone Test” settings found under TIMERS—
GLOBAL).
When this feature is on, the panel considers any successful
report to the central monitoring station to be a successful
phone test. Thus, any panel report resets the Next Phone Test
setting to the Phone Test Freq. value. The panel only conducts
an Auto Phone Test if no other reports have been made during
the Phone Test Freq. time period.
When this feature is off, an Auto Phone Test is always conducted according to the schedule of the Phone Test Freq. setting, even if the panel makes other reports to the central
monitoring station during that time period.
Note
PHONE TEST FREQ must be set to 2 or higher for
this feature to work.
To turn Auto Test Reset off or on:
With the display showing AUTO TEST RESET OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Comm Failure
(02003)
(Phone Options—Global)
(Default = on) This setting determines whether the panel activates trouble beeps to alert users on the premises that communication to the central station failed. Failure notification
occurs after the third unsuccessful reporting attempt to the
central station/pager.
If a Phone Supervision Card (60-789) is installed, failure notification can occur immediately if inadequate phone line voltage is detected upon the initial dialing attempt.
Note
For UL Listed installations, Comm Failure must be
turned on.
To turn Communication Failure notification off or on:
With the display showing COMM FAILURE OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
DTMF Dialing
(02004)
(Phone Options—Global)
(Default = on) This setting determines whether the panel uses
DTMF tones (on) or pulse (off) for dialing programmed phone
numbers.
To turn DTMF Dialing off or on:
With the display showing DTMF DIALING OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Dialer Abort
(02005)
(Phone Options—Global)
(Default = on) This setting determines whether or not the user
can stop a panel before it sends a false alarm to the central station.
When this feature is on, alarm reports from sensors in groups
00–20, 34, and 35 can be aborted. To abort the dialing
attempt, the user must enter 1 + user code within the Dialer
Abort Delay time setting (defaulted to 30s). Cancel and restoral reports from these sensor groups are aborted at the same
time. The following reports can also be aborted.
❑ System Alarm Tamper/Cancel
❑ No Activity Alarm/Cancel
❑ Touchpad Police and Auxiliary Panic/Cancel
❑ Recent Closing and Two Trip Error
Note
Fire alarm reports to the central station cannot be
aborted.
To turn Dialer Abort off or on:
With the display showing DIALER ABORT OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
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Programming the Panel
Dial Abort Delay
(02006)
(Phone Options—Global)
Dial Tone Detect
(02010)
(Phone Options—Global)
(Default = 30 sec) This setting determines how much time the
user has to abort a panel report.
(Default = on) When this setting is on, the panel does not
begin dialing until it detects a dial tone.
To change the Dial Abort Delay:
When this feature is off, the panel begins dialing a few seconds after seizing the phone line.
With the display showing DIAL ABORT DELAY nn SECS
(current setting), enter the desired time (15–120s). The
display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the
display shows the new setting.
Cancel Message
(02007)
(Phone Options—Global)
(Default = on) This setting determines whether or not the
panel displays a cancel message after the user disarms the system to clear an alarm condition.
To turn Cancel Message off or on:
With the display showing CANCEL MESSAGE OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Pager Delay
(02008)
(Phone Options—Global)
With the display showing DIAL TONE DETECT OFF/
ON (current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The
display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the
display shows the new setting.
The following sections describe the phone option settings that
appear under PARTITION 1-2.
Note
A Phone Interface/Voice module must be installed for
the system to use the settings under PHONE
OPTIONS—PARTITION 1 and PARTITION 2.
Local Phone Control(Phone Options—Partition 1-2)
(partition 1: 0210, partition 2: 0220)
(Defaults = on) When this feature is on, the panel can be
accessed from a phone on the premises.
To set up Local Phone Control:
(Default = 15 sec) This setting determines how long a report is
delayed to a pager, after the panel dials the pager number.
Note
The Pager Delay time should not be set below 5 seconds, unless absolutely necessary.
To set the Pager Delay time:
With the display showing PAGER DELAY nn SECS
(current setting), enter a delay time (0–30). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Call Wait Cancel
(02009)
To set up Dial Tone Detect:
(Phone Options—Global)
(Default = none) This feature lets you set up a dialing prefix
to disable the call waiting feature before the panel makes its
first dialing attempt to any programmed central monitoring
station or downloader phone number. The prefix can be up to
eight digits.
With the display showing LOCAL PHONE CTRL OFF/
ON (current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The
display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the
display shows the new setting.
Remote Access
(Phone Options—Partition 1-2)
(partition 1: 0211, partition 2: 0221)
(Defaults = on) When this setting is on, the panel can be
accessed from an off-site phone.
To turn Remote Access off or on:
With the display showing REMOTE ACCESS OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
To enter pauses, press C .
To enter *, press and hold 7 for one second.
To enter #, press and hold 9 for one second.
To set up Call Wait Cancel:
With the display showing CALL WAIT CANCEL __ (or
current setting), enter the desired prefix. The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
To delete the Call Wait Cancel prefix:
With the display showing CALL WAIT CANCEL __ (or
current setting), press D .
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Programming the Panel
(Phone Options—Partition 1-2)
Ring/Hang/Ring
(partition 1: 0212, partition 2: 0222)
(Phone Options—Partition 1-2)
Toll Saver
(partition 1: 0214, partition 2: 0224)
(Defaults = on) This setting determines how the panel picks
up (seizes) the phone line. Select “on” if an answering
machine shares the phone line with the panel. Select “off” if
there is no answering machine sharing the phone line with the
panel.
(Defaults = on) This setting determines whether the panel
answers a phone call on the eighth ring (on) or twelfth ring
(off) when a trouble condition exists.
Note
The REMOTE ACCESS setting must be turned on for
this feature to work.
When this feature is on, the person who is calling the panel
must use the following procedure:
1. Listen for one or two full rings.
2. Hang up.
3. Call the premises again within the next 10–40 seconds.
The system answers after the first ring.
To turn Toll Saver off or on:
1. With the desired partition selected, press A or B until the
display shows TOLL SAVER OFF/ON (current setting).
2. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
(Phone Options—Partition 1-2)
Phone Panic
(partition 1: 0215, partition 2: 0225)
When this feature is off, the system answers after 12 full
rings.
(Defaults = off) This setting determines whether or not a
police panic alarm can be activated from a touch-tone phone.
When this feature is on, pressing ƒ + ‚‚‚‚‚‚ from a
touch-tone phone on the premises causes a panic alarm.
To turn Ring/Hang/Ring access off or on:
To turn Phone Panic off or on:
With the display showing RING/HANG/RING OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
begins flashing the entered selection. Press ƒ and the
display shows the new setting.
1. With the desired partition selected, press A or B until the
display shows PHONE PANIC OFF/ON (current setting).
2. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
Line Fail Delay (Phone Options—Partition 1 only)
(partition 1: 0213)
Phone Access Key (Phone Options—Partition 1-2)
(partition 1: 0216, partition 2: 0226)
(Default = none) This setting determines the amount of time
the partition 1 phone line voltage must be absent before the
panel indicates a phone failure trouble condition. If a delay is
not programmed (default), the panel will not monitor the
phone line voltage.
(Defaults = #) This setting determines which touch-tone
phone button is used for system access and control.
Note
LINE FAIL DELAY is not available for partition 2 at
this time.
Note
A Phone Supervision Card must be installed to use
this feature.
To set the Line Fail Delay time:
1.
2.
With partition 1 selected, press A or B until the display
shows LINE FAIL DELAY nn SECS (current setting).
Enter the desired time value (10–240 seconds). The display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
To delete the Line Fail Delay time:
1.
2.
With partition 1 selected, press A or B until the display
shows LINE FAIL DELAY nn SECS (current setting).
Press D to delete the current line fail delay time.
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If the Local Phone Control feature is enabled, the user can
pick up the phone and press # (within 5 seconds) to access the
security system. The panel seizes the phone line and waits for
the user to enter system commands. Phone access can be
changed from # to * (see the following note).
Note
Use the default setting (#) to avoid conflicts between
the security system and other phone devices and
services. Many phone devices (such as answering
machines, computer modems, and FAX machines)
and services (such as call-waiting, call-forwarding,
and some banking transactions) require * to initiate
their operation, so using * for this security feature
could cause conflicts.
To change the Phone Access Key:
1. With the desired partition selected, press A or B until the
display shows PHONE ACCESS KEY #/* (current setting).
2. Press 1 (for *) or 2 (for #). The display flashes the
entered setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the new
setting.
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Timers Menu
Phone Test Freq.
(0302)
The TIMERS menu lets you set up the various system feature
times that affect the whole system (global) or a specific partition.
(Default = 7 days) This setting determines how often the
panel conducts the automatic phone test (see “Auto Phone
Test” under “Phone Options—Global”). The system can be
set to perform an automatic phone test anywhere from every
day to every 255 days.
The following describes how to program the timer settings that
appear under GLOBAL.
Supervisory Time
(0300)
(Timers—Global)
(Default is set randomly between 01:00 and 04:00) This setting determines what time of day the panel sends supervisory,
low battery, or auto phone test reports to the central station.
Note
The panel clock must be set with the correct time for
accurate supervisory time reporting. See “Time and
Date Menu” on page 50.
To set the Supervisory Time:
With the display showing SUPERVISORY TIME
HH:MM (current setting), enter the desired 4-digit time
value. For example, enter 0330 to set the supervisory
time for 3:30 A.M. The display flashes the entered setting.
Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
(Timers—Global)
Note
For U.L. Commercial Listed installations (UL 1610),
this feature must be set to 1.
To set the Phone Test Freq:
With the display showing PHONE TEST FREQ nnn
DAYS (current setting), enter the number of days
(1–255). The display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ
and the display shows the new setting.
Next Phone Test
(0303)
(Timers—Global)
(Default = 7 days) This setting is used by the Auto Phone Test
feature (see “Phone Options - Global”) to determine when the
next automatic phone test should occur. This setting should be
the same, or less than, the Phone Test Freq. setting.
Note
For U.L. Commercial Listed installations (UL 1610),
this feature must be set to 1.
RF Tx Timeout
(0301)
(Timers—Global)
(Default = 12 hours) This setting determines how many hours
(2–24) the panel has to receive at least one signal from a wireless sensor (learned into a supervised group). If the panel does
not receive a signal from any supervised wireless sensor
within the set time, the panel reports a supervisory condition
to the central station.
Note
For U.L. Listed commercial installations, the RF Tx
Timeout must be set to 4 hours. For U.L. Listed residential installations, the RF Tx Timeout must be set to
24 hours.
To set the RF Tx Timeout:
With the display showing RF TX TIMEOUT nn HOURS
(current setting), enter the desired timeout value (2–24).
The display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the
display shows the new setting.
To set the Next Phone Test:
With the display showing NEXT PHONE TEST nnn
DAYS (current setting), enter the number of days
(1–255). The display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ
and the display shows the new setting.
Output Trip Time
(0304)
(Timers—Global)
(Default = 4 sec) This setting determines how long outputs are
activated when tripped (if they are configured for a momentary response).
To set the Output Trip Time:
With the display showing OUTPUT TRIP TIME nn SECS
(current setting), enter the number of seconds (1–12).
The display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the
display shows the new setting.
Activity Timeout
(0305)
(Timers—Global)
(Default = 24 hours) This setting determines when the system
sends a “no activity” report. The panel can be set to wait from
1 - 42 hours. If no user interaction or device activation occurs
in that time, the panel sends a report to the central station.
To set the Activity Timeout:
With the display showing ACTIVITY TIMEOUT nn
HOURS (current setting), enter the number of hours (1–
42). The display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and
the display shows the new setting.
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Daylight Saving
(0306)
(Timers—Global)
(Default = on) When this setting is on, the panel clock automatically adjusts for daylight saving time changes.
To turn Daylight Saving off or on:
With the display showing DAYLIGHT SAVING OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
(Timers—Partition 1-2)
Extended Delay
(partition 1: 0312, partition 2: 0322)
(Defaults = 4 minutes) This setting determines how much
time the user has (after arming the system) to enter or exit the
premises through a “designated extended delay door” (1–8
minutes).
Note
For UL Listed installations Extended Delay may not
be used.
To set the Extended Delay:
The following sections describe the timer settings that appear
under PARTITION 1-2.
(Timers—Partition 1-2)
Entry Delay
(partition 1: 0310, partition 2: 0320)
(Defaults = 32 sec) This setting determines how much time
the user has to disarm the system (after entering the armed
premises through a “designated delay door”) without causing
an alarm.
Note
For residential UL Listed installations, the Entry
Delay must be set to 45 seconds or less.
To set the Entry Delay:
With the display showing ENTRY DELAY nnn SECS
(current setting), enter the desired time value
(32–240 using 8-second intervals). The display flashes
the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the
new setting.
With the display showing EXTENDED DELAY n
MINUTES (current setting), enter the desired time value
(1–8). The display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ
and the display shows the new setting.
(Timers—Partition 1-2)
Siren Timeout
(partition 1: 0313, partition 2: 0323)
(Defaults = 4 minutes) This setting determines how long
sirens sound (1–30 minutes) if no one is present to disarm the
system.
Note
For UL Listed installations, the Siren Timeout must
be set to 4 minutes or more.
To set the Siren Timeout:
With the display showing SIREN TIMEOUT nn
MINUTES (current setting), enter the desired time value
(1–30). The display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ
and the display show the new setting.
(Timers—Partition 1-2)
Exit Delay
(partition 1: 0311, partition 2: 0321)
(Defaults = 64 sec) This setting determines how much time
the user has (after arming the system) to leave the premises
through a “designated delay door” without causing an alarm.
Note
For residential UL Listed installations, the Exit Delay
must be set to 60 seconds or less.
To set the Exit Delay:
With the display showing EXIT DELAY nnn SECS
(current setting), enter the desired time value (48–184
using 8-second intervals). The display flashes the
entered setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the new
setting.
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Light Control Menu
Touchpad Options Menu
The LIGHT CONTROL menu lets you set up light activation
for a specific partition.
The TOUCHPAD OPTIONS menu lets you set up touchpad
panic and arming operation.
The following describes how to program the light control settings that appear under PARTITION 1 and PARTITION 2.
The following section describes the touchpad option settings
that appear under GLOBAL.
Note
For light control to work, X-10 Powerhouse Lamp Modules must be installed at desired lamps.
(Light Control—Partition 1-2)
Entry Lights
(partition 1: 0400, partition 2: 0410)
(Defaults = none) This setting determines which X-10 controlled lights turn on during entry and exit delays.
Note
X-10 Lamp Modules set to 1 always turn on during
the entry and exit delays.
Latchkey Zones
(0500)
(Touchpad Options—Global)
(Default = none) This setting defines the range of keychain
touchpads that will function as a latchkey user. The value
entered in this section can be any valid zone number. When a
zone number is entered, all zones at or below that zone number will function as a latchkey user. For example, if 5 is
entered, any keychain touchpads learned into zones 1–5 will
be latchkey users and all others (6–76) will not.
To set the number of Latchkey Zones:
Note
X-10 Lamp Modules set to 2 always flash the arming
level when arming the system. For example, lights
flash two times when arming to STAY (level 2), and
three times when arming to AWAY (level 3).
1.
2.
With the display showing LATCHKEY ZONES nnn (current setting), enter the desired number of latchkey zones
(00–76). The display flashes the entered setting.
Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
To set the Entry Lights:
To delete/disable Latchkey Zones:
1. With the desired partition selected, press ƒ . The display
shows ENTRY LIGHTS nnnnnnn (current setting).
2. Enter all the desired light numbers (3–9 based on the
UNIT dial setting on each X-10 Lamp Module). The
display flashes the entered setting(s). Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting(s).
1.
To delete Entry Lights:
Enter any light number that appears on the display, then
press ƒ . The number disappears from the display.
(Light Control—Partition 1, 2)
House Code
(partition 1: 0401, partition 2: 0411)
(Defaults: partition 1 = 01-B; partition 2 = 02-C) This setting
enables X-10 controlled lights to work in a selected partition
without interfering with the X-10 controlled lights of the other
partition.
With the display showing LATCHKEY ZONES nnn (current setting), press D .
The following sections describe the touchpad option settings
that appear under PARTITION 1-2.
(Touchpad Options—Partition 1-2)
Fire Panic
(partition 1: 0510, partition 2: 0520)
(Defaults = on) This setting determines whether touchpad fire
panic buttons are enabled (on) or disabled (off).
To change the Fire Panic setting:
With the display showing FIRE PANIC OFF/ON (current
setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the
entered setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the new
setting.
After setting the panel house code for each partition, you must
set the X-10 controlled lights for that partition to the same
house code. The letter that appears automatically after the
house code number indicates the necessary HOUSE dial setting for X-10 modules in that partition.
(Touchpad Options—Partition 1-2)
Aux. Panic
(partition 1: 0511, partition 2: 0521)
To set the House Code:
To change the Auxiliary Panic setting:
1. With the desired partition selected, press A or B until the
display shows HOUSE CODE nn-x (current setting).
2. Enter the desired numbers (1–255). The display flashes
the entered number. Press ƒ and the display shows the
new house code.
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(Defaults = on) This setting determines whether touchpad
auxiliary panic buttons are enabled (on) or disabled (off).
With the display showing AUXILIARY PANIC OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
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(Touchpad Options—Partition 1-2)
Police Panic
(partition 1: 0512, partition 2: 0522)
Buffer Control
(06001)
(Defaults = on) This setting determines whether touchpad
police panic buttons are enabled (on) or disabled (off).
(Default = off) When this setting is on, only arming level
changes are logged in the buffer (memory) of the panel.
To change the Police Panic setting:
When this setting is off, all system events are logged in the
buffer.
With the display showing POLICE PANIC OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Keychain TP Arm (Touchpad Options—Partition 1-2)
(partition 1: 0513, partition 2: 0523)
(Defaults = off) When this setting is on, pressing the lock button on keychain touchpads arms the system directly to AWAY
with NO DELAY.
(Reporting—Global)
To turn Buffer Control off or on:
With the display showing BUFFER CONTROL OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Back In Service
(06002)
(Reporting—Global)
When this setting is off, each key-press increments the arming
level (i.e., from OFF to STAY, from STAY to AWAY).
(Default = on) When this setting is on, the panel reports to the
central station when AC and backup battery power are
restored (after an extended power outage).
To change the Keychain Touchpad Arming setting:
To turn Back In Service reports off or on:
With the display showing KEYCHAIN TP ARM OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
With the display showing BACK IN SERVICE OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Star Is No Delay (Touchpad Options—Partition 1-2)
(partition 1: 0514, partition 2: 0524)
Bypass Reports
(06003)
(Reporting—Global)
(Defaults = off) This setting determines whether the keychain
touchpad star button controls an output (off) or the NO
DELAY feature (on).
(Default = off) When this setting is on, the panel reports to the
central station whenever sensors or zones are bypassed.
To turn Bypass Reports off or on:
To change the keychain Star Is No Delay setting:
With the display showing STAR IS NO DELAY OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Low CPU Battery
(06004)
Reporting Menu
The REPORTING menu lets you set up which system events
are reported to the central monitoring station.
The following describes how to program the reporting settings
that appear under GLOBAL.
24-Hour Tamper
(06000)
With the display showing BYPASS REPORTS OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
(Reporting—Global)
(Default = off) When this setting is on, the panel sounds
sirens and reports a tamper alarm (even when the system is
disarmed), when wireless sensor tamper switches are activated.
(Reporting—Global)
(Default = on) When this setting is on, the panel reports a low
panel battery to the central station before shutting down.
Note
For UL Listed installations, the Low CPU Battery
feature must be set to on.
To turn Low CPU Battery reports off or on:
With the display showing LOW CPU BATTERY OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Note
For commercial UL Listed installations (UL 1610) the
24-Hour Tamper must be set to on.
To turn 24-Hour Tamper off or on:
With the display showing 24 HOUR TAMPER OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
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Battery Restoral
(06005)
(Reporting—Global)
(Default = off) When this setting is on, the panel reports to the
central monitoring station when a wireless sensor reports a
battery replacement to the panel.
To turn Battery Restoral reports off or on:
With the display showing BATTERY RESTORAL OFF/
ON (current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The
display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the
display shows the new setting.
TP Panic RPT FMT
(06009)
(Reporting—Global)
(Default = off) This setting determines how the panel formats
touchpad panic alarm reports to the central station.
When this feature is turned on, touchpad panic alarms report
using the following 3-digit codes:
Auxiliary—597, Police—598, Fire—599
When turned off, touchpad panic alarms report using a 3-digit
code from 500 to 515, with the last digit identifying the touchpad device number.
To turn TP Panic RPT FMT off or on:
Buffer Full Rpt
(06006)
(Reporting—Global)
(Default = off) When this setting is on, the panel sends an
“event buffer full” report to the central monitoring station
when the event buffer is nearly full.
To turn Buffer Full Report off or on:
With the display showing BUFFER FULL RPT OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Zone Restorals
(06007)
(Reporting—Global)
With the display showing TP PANIC RPT FMT OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
AC Failure
(06010)
(Reporting—Global)
(Default = off) When this setting is on, the panel reports to the
central station 15 minutes after AC power to the panel is lost.
Note
For UL Listed installations, AC Failure must be set to
on.
To turn AC Failure reports off or on:
(Default = off) When this setting is on, the panel reports a
restoral to the central monitoring station for wireless or hardwire zones in alarm before the alarm is canceled.
With the display showing AC FAILURE OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Note
As with all ITI panels, hardwire smoke detectors connected to Concord 2.0 or SnapCard hardwire zones
do not send restorals.
To turn Zone Restoral reporting off or on:
With the display showing ZONE RESTORALS OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Receiver Failure
(06011)
(Reporting—Global)
(Default = off) When this setting is on, the panel reports a
receiver failure under the following conditions:
❑ No wireless sensor signals have been received for two
hours or
❑ The receiver is being jammed with a constant signal.
Note
Two Trip Error
(06008)
(Reporting—Global)
(Default = off) This setting works with the ALARM VERIFY
setting (see “ALARM VERIFY” later in this section and
“Appendix B: Table B1. Sensor Group Characteristics”). If
ALARM VERIFY is on, then the panel waits for a second
sensor trip before sending an alarm.
If TWO TRIP ERROR is also on and a second sensor trip
does not occur within a 4-minute time period, then the panel
sends an error report to the central monitoring station.
Note
For UL Listed installations, the Two Trip Error feature
must be set to off.
To turn Two Trip Error off or on:
With the display showing TWO TRIP ERROR OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
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For UL Listed installations using wireless devices,
Receiver Failure must be set to on.
To turn Receiver Failure reports off or on:
With the display showing RECEIVER FAILURE OFF/
ON (current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The
display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the
display shows the new setting.
RF Low Bat Rpt
(06012)
(Reporting—Global)
(Default = weekly) This setting determines whether the panel
sends daily or weekly low battery reports to the central monitoring station when a wireless device is reporting a low battery condition to the panel.
To set RF Low Battery Report to daily or weekly:
With the display showing RF LOW BAT RPT DAILY/
WEEKLY (current setting), press 1 (daily) or 2
(weekly). The display flashes the entered setting. Press
ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
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RF Supv Report
(06013)
(Reporting—Global)
(Default = weekly) This setting determines whether the panel
sends daily or weekly reports to the central monitoring station
when the panel detects a supervisory condition in a wireless
device.
To set RF Supv Report to daily or weekly:
With the display showing RF SUPV REPORT DAILY/
WEEKLY (current setting), press 1 (daily) or 2
(weekly). The display flashes the entered setting. Press
ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
Swinger Limit
(06014)
(Reporting—Global)
(Default = 1) This setting determines the maximum number of
times (1–2) a sensor or zone can go into alarm (during a single
arming period) before the panel automatically bypasses that
sensor or zone. This feature only applies to sensors or zones
in groups 00–20, 29, or 34.
When set to 1, the panel automatically bypasses a sensor or
zone after it causes an alarm. When set to 2, the panel waits
until a sensor or zone has caused a second alarm (during the
same arming period) before bypassing it. At any setting, the
automatic bypass is logged into the event buffer.
A bypassed sensor or zone will be cleared (automatically
unbypassed) if the system receives no further activations from
that sensor or zone over the next 48–50 hours.
Changing the arming level also clears all automatically
bypassed sensors and zones and resets the Swinger Limit
count on all sensors and zones.
To set the Swinger Limit:
With the display showing SWINGER LIMIT n (current
setting), press the desired number. The display flashes
the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the
new setting.
Program Report
(06015)
(Reporting—Global)
(Default = off) When this setting is on, the panel sends a
report to the central station when someone enters or exits
installer programming.
To turn Program Reporting on or off:
With the display showing PROGRAM REPORT ON/OFF
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting
The following sections describe the settings that appear under
REPORTING—PARTITION 1-2.
(Reporting—Partition 1-2)
Opening Reports
(partition 1: 06100, partition 2: 06200)
(Defaults = off) When this setting is on, the panel sends an
opening report to the central station after disarming the system.
Note
To use this feature, the OPEN/CLOSE REPORTS
settings under the PHONES menu must be turned on
for the specific CS Phone or Pager number.
To turn Opening Reports off or on:
With the display showing OPENING REPORTS OFF/
ON (current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The
display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the
display shows the new setting.
(Reporting—Partition 1-2)
Closing Reports
(partition 1: 06101, partition 2: 06201)
(Defaults = off) When this setting is on, the panel sends a
closing report to the central station after arming the system.
Note
To use this feature, the OPEN/CLOSE REPORTS
settings under the PHONES menu must be turned on
for the specific CS Phone or Pager number.
To turn Closing Reports off or on:
With the display showing CLOSING REPORTS OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
(Reporting—Partition 1-2)
Recent Closings
(partition 1: 06102, partition 2: 06202)
(Defaults = on) When this setting is on, the panel sends a
recent closing report to the central station if an alarm occurs
within two minutes after the exit delay time expires. Such a
report is used to identify a possible exit fault.
To turn Recent Closings off or on:
With the display showing RECENT CLOSINGS OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
(Reporting—Partition 1-2)
No Activity
(partition 1: 06103, partition 2: 06203)
(Defaults = off) When this setting is on, the panel sends a no
activity report to the central station when the activity timeout
expires (see TIMERS—ACTIVITY TIMEOUT).
To turn No Activity reports off or on:
With the display showing NO ACTIVITY OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
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Duress Option
(Reporting—Partition 1-2)
(partition 1: 06104, partition 2: 06204)
Latchkey Format
(Reporting—Partition 1, 2)
(06106—partition 1, 06206—partition 2)
(Defaults = off) When this setting is on, the system can be
controlled using a programmed duress code (see SECURITY—PARTITION n —DURESS CODE).
(Defaults = off) This setting determines whether the selected
partition is set up for basic (off) or advanced (on) latchkey
opening report operation.
Do not use a duress code unless it is absolutely necessary.
Using duress codes often results in false alarms due to code
entry errors. If a duress code is absolutely necessary, use it
with the audio verification module to reduce false alarms and
accidental dispatches.
Basic:
If the partition is armed by entering
2 (or 3) + CODE, disarming using a designated latchkey user
code or keychain touchpad within an assigned time schedule
sends a page.
Note
For UL Listed installations, Duress Option must be
set to off.
To turn Duress Option off or on:
With the display showing DURESS OFF/ON (current
setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the
entered setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the new
setting.
or-If the partition is armed by entering
2 (or 3) + CODE + 6 (LATCHKEY), disarming using a designated latchkey user code or keychain touchpad inside or outside of an assigned time schedule sends a page.
Advanced:
If the partition is armed by entering 2 (or 3) + CODE
+ 6 (LATCHKEY), disarming using a latchkey designated
user code or keychain touchpad within an assigned time
schedule sends a page.
Force Armed
(Reporting—Partition 1-2)
(partition 1: 06105, partition 2: 06205)
Refer to the User’s Guide for complete Latchkey setup and
operation.
(Defaults = off) When this setting is on, the panel reports to
the central monitoring station when a user “force arms” the
system.
To turn Latchkey Format off or on:
Note
Forced arming occurs if the user presses BYPASS
when arming the system with open sensors or zones
protesting.
Auto-forced arming occurs if the user does not press
BYPASS (when arming the system with open sensors/zones protesting) and the siren time expires .
Auto-forced arming always reports to the central monitoring station.
To turn Force Armed off or on:
With the display showing FORCE ARMED OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
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1. With the desired partition selected, press A or B until the
display shows LATCHKEY FORMAT OFF/ON (current
setting).
2. Press 1 (off—basic) or 2 (on—advanced). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display shows
the new setting.
Freeze Alarm
(Reporting—Partition 1, 2)
(06107—partition 1, 06207—partition 2)
(Defaults = off) This setting determines whether the panel
reports a freeze alarm to the central station or pager, when the
selected partition’s energy saver module detects a temperature
that matches a predetermined setting (see BUS DEVICES—
UNIT ID—ENERGY OPTIONS—FREEZE TEMP).
To turn Freeze Alarm reporting off or on:
1. With the desired partition selected, press A or B until the
display shows FREEZE ALARM OFF/ON (current setting).
2. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
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(Reporting—Partition 1-2)
Alarm Verify
(partition 1: 06108, partition 2: 06208)
Siren Options Menu
(Defaults = off) This setting determines whether the panel
reports to the central monitoring station after a single sensor
or zone trip (off) or waits for a second trip before reporting
(on).
The SIREN OPTIONS menu lets you set up siren operation and
supervision.
This setting affects sensors/zones in groups 10 through 20. If
Alarm Verify is set to on, group 18 responds the same as
group 17 (see “Appendix B, Table B.1: Sensor Group Characteristics”).
Note
For UL Listed installations, Alarm Verify must be set
to off.
To turn Alarm Verify off or on:
With the display showing ALARM VERIFY OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
(Reporting—Partition 1-2)
System Tamper
(partition 1: 06109, partition 2: 06209)
(Defaults = off) This setting determines how the panel handles possible tamper situations. When this feature is on, the
panel reacts in the following two ways:
❑ The system goes into alarm if several attempts are made
to disarm the system with incorrect access codes (40
consecutive keypresses).
❑ The panel reports to the central station if a bus device
stops communicating with the panel.
Note
For UL Commercial Listed installations (UL 1610),
System Tamper must be set to on.
To change the System Tamper setting:
With the display showing SYSTEM TAMPER OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
The following describes how to program the siren option settings that appear under GLOBAL.
Immediate Beeps
(0700)
(Siren Options—Global)
(Default = off) This setting determines whether the panel activates trouble beeps as soon as a wireless device supervisory
condition is detected (on), or if the panel waits until “supervisory time” to activate trouble beeps (off). (Refer to TIMERS—
GLOBAL—SUPERVISORY TIME).
Note
For UL Listed installations, this feature must be on.
To turn Immediate Beeps off or on:
With the display showing IMMEDIATE BEEPS OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Disable Trouble Beeps
(0701)
(Siren Options—Global)
(Default = off) When this setting is on, the panel will not beep
to alert users of wireless device supervisory trouble.
Note
For UL Listed installations, Disable Trouble Beeps
must be set to off.
To turn Disable Trouble Beeps off or on:
With the display showing DISABLE TR BEEPS OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
UL 98 Options
(0702)
(Siren Options—Global)
(Default = off) This setting determines whether the panel
complies with UL 98 requirements (4-hour trouble beep
restart, 4-hour backup battery test, 4-hour smoke (group 26)
zone supervisory).
Note
For UL Listed installations, this feature must be on.
To turn UL 98 Options off or on:
With the display showing UL 98 OPTIONS OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
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SWS Supv Code
(0703)
(Siren Options—Global)
(Default = 3) This setting determines the system house code
number used for supervising wireless sirens.
Note
To supervise wireless sirens, Concord 2.0 hardwire
panels must include a SuperBus 2000 RF Receiver.
For all Concord 2.0 panels, the siren must be learned
into sensor group 33 for the system to process radio
signals from wireless sirens.
Supervised Wireless Sirens receive signals from the panel
through the existing electrical wiring. If sirens fail to receive
or process these signals, the siren transmits a wireless signal
to the panel/ receiver.
Sensors Menu
The SENSORS menu gives you access to the following settings:
❑ LEARN SENSORS lets you add (learn) hardwire zones and
wireless sensors into panel memory.
❑ SENSOR TEXT lets you “name” the sensors and zones you
have added to the system.
❑ DELETE SENSORS lets you delete zones and sensors
from panel memory.
❑ EDIT SENSORS lets you view and, if desired, change a
sensor group or partition assignment. You can also identify whether a zone is wireless or hardwire, whether it is
configured as Normally Closed (N/C) or Normally Open
(N/O), or if the zone is a touchpad.
Note
You must set both the SWS Supv Code and the partition House Code (see the LIGHT CONTROL menu)
before plugging in Supervised Wireless Sirens.
To set the SWS Supv Code:
With the display showing SWS SUPV CODE nnn (current
code), enter the desired code (1–255). The display flashes
the entered code. Press ƒ and the display shows the new
code.
Global Fire
(0704)
(Siren Options—Global)
(Default = off) This setting determines whether or not sirens
in both partitions sound (on) if either partition activates a fire
alarm.
To turn Global Fire off or on:
With the display showing GLOBAL FIRE OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
The following sections describe the settings that appear under
SIREN OPTIONS—PARTITION 1.
Siren Verify
(0710)
Table 7. How to trip sensors
❑ Hardwire Zones—Start with the zone in its “normal”
state, then trip the zone into its alarm state. A normally
closed door, for example, should be closed when you
begin the Learn Sensors process. To trip the zone, open
the door.
❑ Wireless Sensors—follow the instructions included
with each sensor.
❑ Wireless Door/Window Sensors with External Contacts—place the external contact in the alarm condition,
then activate the sensor tamper switch.
❑ Self Actuated Bell—activate the tamper switch.
❑ Handheld Wireless Touchpads—press the BYPASS
button.
❑ Keychain Touchpads—press and hold the lock and
unlock buttons together until the touchpad LED flashes.
❑ ELM Keychain Touchpads—
a.) Press and release the unlock button twice quickly,
then press and hold until the LED flashes three times.
b.) Press and release the unlock button once quickly, then
press and hold until the LED flashes two times.
c.) Press and hold the unlock button until the LED
flashes once.
(Siren Options—Partition 1)
(Default = off) This setting determines whether or not the
panel supervises the panel speaker terminals (7–8). When this
feature is on, the panel will indicate a trouble condition if no
speaker is connected to panel speaker terminals.
Note
For UL Listed installations, Siren Verify must be set to
on.
To turn Siren Verify off or on:
With the display showing SIREN VERIFY OFF/ON
(current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
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The following describes how to program the sensor settings
that appear under LEARN SENSORS.
Learn Sensors
(080)
(Sensors)
(Default = none) The following describes how to add (learn)
hardwire zones and wireless devices into panel memory.
To add sensors into panel memory:
1. With the display showing SENSORS, press ƒ and the
display shows LEARN SENSORS.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows SENSOR PTN 1.
3. Press ƒ to select partition 1 or press 2 + ƒ to select partition 2. The display should show SENSOR GROUP 0.
4. Enter the desired sensor group + ƒ (see table B.1 in
“Appendix B” for a description of all sensor group characteristics). The display shows TRIP SENSOR nn, where
nn is the displayed (next available) sensor number.
5. To change the displayed sensor number, enter the desired
sensor number + ƒ . The desired sensor number is displayed.
6. With the desired sensor number displayed, use the guidelines in Table 7 to force the sensor or zone you are adding
(learning) into the panel memory to send a signal to the
panel.
7. To add another sensor to the same sensor group and partition, go back to step 5.
8. To add sensors to another sensor group or partition, press
‚ twice and go back to step 1 (LEARN SENSORS).
Note
Sensors must be placed in a partition and group. To
change the sensor group or partition assignment
after adding a sensor or zone, use the EDIT SENSORS menu.
(Sensors)
Sensor Text
(081)
(Default = none) Use the following guidelines to “name” zone
and sensor locations:
❑ Use the item numbers that appear in “Appendix B, Table
B.2” for characters and words listed there.
❑ If a desired word does not appear in Table B.2, create it
using the characters (custom text).
❑ When using words from Table B.2, spaces between
them appear automatically. When using characters from
Table B.2 to create words, you must reserve an item
number for a ‘space’ after the word.
❑ Each character or word uses up one item number. For
example, a word from the list counts as one item number. A created word (such as BOY’S) counts as six item
numbers—4 letters, 1 apostrophe, and 1 space.
❑ Only 16 item numbers are allowed for each zone or sensor name, so plan ahead before programming sensor
text. You may need to abbreviate words to avoid running out of item numbers.
To program Sensor Text:
1. Press A or B until the display shows SENSOR TEXT.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows TEXT FOR SN 01.
3. Press A or B until the display shows the desired sensor
number (or enter the desired sensor number and press ƒ ).
4. Press ƒ and the display shows:
Sn 1 ITEM 0
0 - ________
where ITEM 0 is the first character/word location and 0 is
the character/word number.
5. Enter the number of the desired character or word, or
scroll through the numbers by pressing B (forward) or A
(backward). If you make a mistake, simply enter the correct number or continue scrolling through choices.
6. Press ƒ to accept the displayed choice and the display
shows:
Sn 1 ITEM 1
0 -________
7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 as needed to complete the zone or
sensor name.
8. Press ‚ after entering the last character or word number.
The display shows the complete text name. For example:
TEXT FOR SN 01____
FRONT ENTRY DOOR
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Audio Verification Menu
(Sensors)
Delete Sensors
(082)
(Default = none) The following procedure describes how to
remove hardwire zone and wireless sensor numbers from
panel memory.
Note
Deleting sensors does not delete sensor text associated with the deleted sensor number. To delete sensor text, enter the SENSOR TEXT menu and enter
000 (nulls) for each item number.
To Delete Sensors from panel memory:
1. Press A or B until the display shows DELETE SENSORS.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows DELETE SENSOR NN
(lowest zone/sensor number in panel memory).
3. Press ƒ to delete the displayed sensor or—enter the
desired sensor number, then press ƒ .
Repeat steps 2 and 3 until all desired sensors are deleted.
(Sensors)
Edit Sensors
(083)
(Default = none) This menu lets you view and, if desired,
change the group and partition assignment for each learned
zone or sensor. For example, the display shows:
S01 P1 G13 NC HW
BACK DOOR
where:
S01 = zone/sensor number,
P1 = partition 1,
G13 = sensor group 13,
NC = normally closed,
HW = hardwired, and
BACK DOOR is the programmed text name.
To Edit Sensors:
1. Press A or B until the display shows EDIT SENSORS.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows the sensor or zone with the
lowest number.
3. Press A or B to scroll through all learned zones and
sensors.
4. When the desired zone or sensor is displayed, press ƒ .
The display shows SENSOR PTN n (current partition
assignment).
5. Enter the desired partition number, then press ƒ . The
display shows the new partition assignment.
6. Press A or B and the display shows SENSOR GROUP nn
(current group assignment).
7. Enter the desired group number, then press ƒ . The
display shows the new group assignment.
The AUDIO VERIFICATION menu lets you set up the audio
verification module (AVM) operation in partition 1. If you
want audio verification for partition 2, you must install a
“stand-alone” audio verification module and a 4-Relay Output
Module (HOM) (60-770) output for that partition.
The following sections describe the audio verification settings
that appear under PARTITION 1.
Audio Verify
(0900)
(Audio Verification—Partition 1)
(Default = off) This setting determines whether or not the system can be accessed by phone for alarm verification.
To turn Audio Verification off or on:
1. With the display showing AUDIO VERIFICATION, press
ƒ. The display shows PARTITION 1.
2. Press ƒ again and the display shows AUDIO VERIFY
OFF/ON (current setting).
3. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
Audio Mode
(0901)
(Audio Verification—Partition 1)
(Default = 01) This setting determines how the audio verification module operates. Choose one of the following:
❑ (01) Instant—Allows the central station operator
instant access for an audio session by entering the AVM
code or by pressing ‚ (if an AVM access code is not
programmed) upon completion of panel alarm report
(also see ACCESS TIMEOUT).
❑ (02) Callback—Allows the central station operator to
contact persons on the premises after one ring and verify
the alarm report. Operator must press ‚ or enter the
AVM access code within 20 seconds after ring. The
panel does not report any alarms during the AVM session, except for fire alarms.
❑ (03) Callback Silent—Same as Callback, except premises phones do not ring.
To set Audio Mode:
1. With the display showing AUDIO VERIFY OFF/ON,
press A or B until the display shows AUDIO MODE nn
(current setting).
2. Enter the desired mode number (01–03). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display shows
the new setting.
Fire Shutdown
(0902)
(Audio Verification—Partition 1)
(Default = off) This setting determines whether system sirens
turn off during a fire alarm audio session.
To turn Fire Shutdown off or on:
1. With the display showing AUDIO VERIFY OFF/ON,
press A or B until the display shows FIRE SHUTDOWN
OFF/ON (current setting).
2. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
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Silent Talkback
(0903)
(Audio Verification—Partition 1)
(Default = off) This setting determines whether the central
station operator can speak to persons on the premises (on) or
only listen (off) during a silent or duress alarm audio session.
To turn Silent Talkback off or on:
1. With the display showing AUDIO VERIFY OFF/ON,
press A or B until the display shows SILENT TALKBACK OFF/ON (current setting).
2. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
Access Timeout
(0904)
(Audio Verification—Partition 1)
(Default = 90s) If the Audio Mode is set to “Instant,” then this
setting determines how much time (30–300s, in 2-second
increments) the central station operator has to enter the AVM
access code after the panel is accessed for an audio session.
Accessory Modules Menu
The ACCESSORY MODULES menu gives you access to the
following menus:
❑ BUS DEVICES—this menu lets you read bus device unit
numbers, assign bus devices to a partition, and configure
other features associated with a specific bus device.
❑ SNAPCARDS—this menu lets you set the configuration
number for each SnapCard output, assign SnapCard outputs to a partition, and name the SnapCard outputs.
The following procedure describes how to program the settings that appear under ACCESSORY MODULES—BUS
DEVICES.
Note
Most settings under ACCESSORY MODULES—BUS
DEVICES have no shortcut numbers.
To change the Access Timeout:
1. With the display showing AUDIO VERIFY OFF/ON,
press A or B until the display shows ACCESS TIMEOUT
nn SECS (current setting).
2. Enter the desired time. The display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
Beep Delay
(0905)
(Audio Verification—Partition 1)
(Default = 02s) This setting determines how long AVM access
beeps are delayed (0–300s, in 2-second intervals) at the
beginning of a 2-way audio session.
To change the Beep Delay:
1. With the display showing AUDIO VERIFY OFF/ON,
press A or B until the display shows BEEP DELAY nn
SECS (current setting).
2. Enter the desired time. The display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
Access Code
(0906)
(Audio Verification—Partition 1)
(Default = none) This setting determines the code required to
access the audio verification module to start an audio session.
If no code is programmed, pressing ‚ starts an audio session.
To change the Access Code:
1. With the display showing AUDIO VERIFY OFF/ON,
press A or B until the display shows ACCESS CODE
nnnn (current code).
2. Enter the desired 4-digit access code. The display flashes
the entered code. Press ƒ and the display shows the new
setting.
To delete an Access Code:
1.
2.
With the display showing AUDIO VERIFY OFF/ON,
press A or B until the display shows ACCESS CODE
nnnn (current code).
Press D to delete.
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Unit - ID
(10000 thru 10015)
(Acc. Modules—Bus Devices)
(Default = none) This menu lets you identify all connected
bus devices, view each Unit Number, view the Device ID
number, and configure other settings based on a specific
device. This menu also lets you delete learned bus devices.
Partition Assign
(Default = 1) This menu lets you assign bus devices to work
in the desired partition.
Note
SuperBus 2000 8Z Input Modules, SuperBus 2000 4Relay Output Modules, and SuperBus 2000 RF
Receivers are not assigned to partitions.
To identify bus device Unit and ID:
1. With the display showing BUS DEVICES, press ƒ . The
display shows the bus Unit Number and the 8-digit
Device ID number. For example:
UNIT - ID
0—02110185
where 0 is the Unit Number and 02110185 is the Device
ID number.
(Acc. Modules—Bus Devices
—Unit ID—Device Partition)
To assign bus devices to partitions:
1. With the display showing the desired bus device, press ƒ .
2. Press A or B until the display shows DEVICE PTN and
then press ƒ . The display shows PARTITION ASSIGN n.
3. Press 1 or 2 to select the desired partition. The display
flashes the entered selection. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Note
To help identify bus devices, the 8-digit Device ID
number is also located on a label on each SuperBus
2000 device.
2. Press A or B to identify all other bus Unit Numbers (0–
15) and Device ID numbers.
To delete learned Unit Numbers:
1. With the display showing BUS DEVICES, press ƒ . The
display shows the bus device set to Unit Number 0.
2. Press A or B until the bus device Unit Number you want
to delete is displayed.
3. Press D . The display changes the Unit Number to NONE.
Device ID (Acc. Modules—Bus Devices—Unit ID—
Change ID)
(Default = none) This menu lets you change the bus device ID
number when replacing a defective bus device.
Output Programming(Acc. Modules—Bus Devices—
Unit ID—Outputs)
Use these settings to program the output points of any
installed SuperBus 2000 Hardwire Output Module. The
installer programs a HOM output point into the Concord 2.0
security panel by entering three kinds of information.
1. Partition: the system partition (1 or 2).
2. Trigger: the event that activates the output point. Trigger
events can be partition alarms, trouble conditions, open
sensors, etc. (see Appendix C, Tables C.1–C.4).
3. Response: how the output responds when trigger event
occurs (see Appendix C, Tables C.5–C.6).
This section describes how to program each of the HOM output point configurations into the security panel. The point
configuration number is tttrr, where ttt is the trigger number
and rr is the response number.
Note
To change a Device ID:
1. With the display showing the desired bus device, press ƒ
+ ƒ . The display shows DEVICE ID (current ID).
2. Enter the ID of the new bus device. The display flashes
the entered selection. Press ƒ and the display shows the
new setting.
3. Exit programming mode.
4. Remove AC and battery power from the panel.
5. Replace the defective bus device with a new one.
6. Apply AC and battery power to the panel.
HOM output points cannot be configured for user
control. Only the onboard and SnapCard outputs can
be configured for user control.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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With the display showing the desired bus device,
press ƒ .
Press A or B until the display shows OUTPUTS.
Press ƒ . The display shows OUTPUT 1.
Press A or B to select an output, then press ƒ . The
display shows PARTITION ASSIGN 1.
Press 1 or 2 to select the desired partition assignment
for this relay. The display flashes the entered setting.
Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
Press A or B . The display shows CONFIGURATION
tttrr (current setting).
Enter the desired 5-digit configuration number for this
relay. The display flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ
and the display shows the new setting.
Press ƒ and repeat steps 4 through 8 until all outputs are
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Status Beeps
(Acc. Modules—Bus Devices
—Unit ID—Keypad Options)
(Default = on) This setting determines whether or not the
selected touchpad sounds status beeps. Each touchpad can be
set individually.
This feature is usually turned off for a touchpad that is located
in or near bedrooms, to avoid disturbing sleeping persons.
Note
For UL Listed installations, Status Beeps must be set
to on.
To turn touchpad Status Beeps on or off:
1. With the display showing the desired touchpad, press ƒ
then A or B until the display shows KEYPAD OPTIONS.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows STATUS BEEPS OFF/ON
(current setting).
3. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on) to select the desired setting. The
display flashes the entered selection. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
Key Beeps
(Acc. Modules—Bus Devices
—Unit ID—Keypad Options)
(Default = on) This setting determines whether or not selected
touchpads beep when their buttons are pressed.
Temperature
(Acc. Modules—Bus Devices
—Unit ID—Energy Options)
(Default = none) This setting lets you adjust the Energy Saver
Module (ESM) room temperature setting to match the premises thermostat. The adjustable range is from 40°F–90°F.
Note
To ensure accuracy, wait at least 15 minutes before
setting the ESM temperature to allow the ESM to
warm or cool to actual room temperature.
To change the ESM Temperature setting:
1. With the display showing the desired bus device press ƒ ,
then A or B until the display shows ENERGY OPTIONS.
Next, press ƒ and then A or B until the display shows
TEMPERATURE nn DEGREES (current setting).
2. Enter the desired temperature (40–90). The display
flashes the entered selection. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
The following describes how to program the settings that
appear under SNAPCARDS.
Output Programming (Acc. Modules—SnapCards
—Ouput Programming)
This feature is usually turned off for a touchpad that is located
in or near bedrooms, to avoid disturbing sleeping persons.
(Defaults: Partition Assign =all 1, Configuration Output 1 =
01400, Output 2 = 00410, Output 3 = 00903, Output 4 =
01003)
To turn Key Beeps on or off:
This setting lets you assign a partition and a 5-digit configuration number for each SnapCard relay output. This number
determines both which system event activates the output and
the duration or time the output is activated.
1. Partition: the system partition (1 or 2).
2. Configuration number: The combination of a trigger and
a response.
1. With the display showing the desired touchpad, press ƒ
then A or B until the display shows KEYPAD OPTIONS.
Next, press ƒ then A or B until the display shows KEY
BEEPS OFF/ON (current setting).
2. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on) to select the desired setting. The
display flashes the entered selection. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
Freeze Temp
(Acc. Modules—Bus Devices
—Unit ID—Energy Options)
(Default = 42°F) This setting determines the temperature
point that the Energy Saver Module detects a potential freeze
(heating failure) condition. The adjustable range is from 40°F
to 90°F.
Trigger: the event that activates the output point. Trigger
events can be partition alarms, trouble conditions, open
sensors, etc. (see Appendix C, Tables C.1–C.4).
Response: how the output responds when trigger event
occurs (see Appendix C, Tables C.5–C.6).
This section describes how to program each of the output
point configurations into the security panel. The point configuration number is tttrr, where ttt is the trigger number and rr
is the response number.
To change the Freeze Temp setting:
1. With the display showing the desired bus device press ƒ ,
then A or B until the display shows ENERGY OPTIONS.
Next, press ƒ and then A or B until the display shows
FREEZE TEMP nn DEGREES (current setting).
2. Enter the desired freeze temperature (40–90). The display flashes the entered selection. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
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To assign configuration numbers to SnapCard Relay
outputs:
1. With the display showing SNAPCARDS, press ƒ . Then
press A or B until the display shows OUTPUT PROGRAMMING.
2. Press ƒ again and the display shows OUTPUT 1.
3. Press A or B to select the desired output (1–4), then
press ƒ .
4. With the display showing PARTITION ASSIGN 1, press
1 or 2 to select the desired partition. Press ƒ to confirm the partition.
5. Press A or B until the display shows CONFIGURATION
tttrr (current setting).
6. Enter the desired 5-digit configuration number for this
relay. Press ƒ to confirm the setting.
7. Press ƒ and repeat steps 3 through 6 until all outputs are
programmed.
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(Acc. Modules—SnapCards
—Ouput Text)
(10110—output 1, 10111—output 2, 10112—output 3,
10113—output 4)
Output Text
(Defaults = none) Entering text for an output allows the user
to control it directly or by schedule. Use the following guidelines to “name” SnapCard outputs:
❑ Use the item numbers that appear in “Appendix B, Table
B.2” for characters and words listed there.
❑ If a desired word does not appear in Table B.2, create it
using the characters (custom text).
❑ When using words from Table B.2, spaces between
them appear automatically. When using characters from
Table B.2 to create words, you must reserve an item
number for a ‘space’ after the word.
❑ Each character or word uses up one item number. For
example, a word from the list counts as one item number. A created word (such as BOY’S) counts as six item
numbers—4 letters, 1 apostrophe, and 1 space.
❑ Only 16 item numbers are allowed for each output
name, so plan ahead before programming output text.
You may need to abbreviate words to avoid running out
of item numbers.
Note
If you desire an output for User Output Control you
must use the Output Text feature to name the output.
If no Output Text is programmed, the user will not
have access to the output.
Onboard Options Menu
The ONBOARD OPTIONS menu lets you set up the following
built-in options:
INPUTS—This menu lets you turn the Smoke Verification and
the Two Wire Smoke features off or on.
OUTPUT PROGRAMMING—This menu lets you set configuration numbers for the two built-in panel outputs and assign the
outputs to partitions.
OUTPUT TEXT—This menu lets you assign text to the output
allowing the output to be controlled by the user.
The following sections describe the settings that appear under
ONBOARD OPTIONS—INPUTS
Smoke Verify
(1100)
(Onboard Options—Inputs)
(Default = off) This setting determines whether the panel
requires one alarm signal (off) or two alarm signals within
five minutes (on) before activating system sirens and reporting to a central station. This setting affects 2-wire smoke
detectors connected to a SnapCard zone input or any other
hardwire zone learned into sensor group 26 (FIRE).
Note
For California State Fire Marshall (CSFM) Listed
installations, Smoke Verify must be set to off.
To program Output Text:
1. With the display showing SNAPCARDS, press ƒ , then A
or B until the display shows OUTPUT TEXT.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows OUTPUT 1.
3. Press A or B until the desired output number is displayed.
4. Press ƒ and the display shows:
OUTPUT n ITEM 0
0 - ________
where ITEM 0 is the first character/word location and 0 is
the character/word number.
5. Enter the number of the desired character or word, or
scroll through the numbers by pressing B (forward) or A
(backward). If you make a mistake, simply enter the correct number or continue scrolling through choices.
6. Press ƒ to accept the displayed choice and the display
shows:
OUTPUT n ITEM 1
07. Repeat steps 4 and 5 as needed to complete the output
name.
8. Press ‚ after entering the last character or word number.
The display shows the complete text name. For example:
To turn Smoke Verify off or on:
1. With the display showing ONBOARD OPTIONS, press ƒ
twice. The display shows SMOKE VERIFY OFF/ON
(current setting).
2. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
number. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
Two Wire Smoke
(1101)
(Onboard Options—Inputs)
(Default = off) This setting determines how onboard hardwire
zone 8 is configured. When this setting is on, zone 8 will be
configured for two wire smoke detectors. When off, it will be
configured for a normal hardwire input.
To turn Smoke Verify off or on:
1. With the display showing ONBOARD OPTIONS, press ƒ
twice. The display shows SMOKE VERIFY OFF/ON
(current setting).
2. Press A or B until the display shows TWO WIRE
SMOKE ON/OFF (current setting).
3. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
number. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
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The following sections describe the settings that appear under
ONBOARD OPTIONS—OUTPUT PROGRAMMING.
(Onboard Options
Output Programming
Output 1: partition assign—11100, configuration—11101
Output 2: partition assign—11110, configuration—11111
Output 1, 2
(Defaults: Output 1 = Ptn 1, 01614; Output 2 = Ptn. 2, 01710)
This setting lets you assign the partition and the 5-digit configuration number.
The configuration number determines
❑ which system event activates the selected output, and
❑ the duration or time the output is activated.
The first three digits represent the trigger number of an event
(such as triggering an alarm, opening a sensor, or arming the
system). The last two digits represent how the output
responds (such as momentary switching, maintained (or
latched) switching, or switching for a preset time).
Note
If you want to configure an output for user Output
Control you must use the Output Text feature to name
the output. If no Output Text is programmed, Output
Control will not function for that output.
Use the system event trigger and response numbers listed in
Tables C.1–C.6, in “Appendix C.”
To set up onboard Output 1 & 2 partition and
configuration assignments:
1. With the display showing ONBOARD OPTIONS, press ƒ
+ B . The display shows OUTPUT PROGRAMMING.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows OUTPUT 1. Press B to
select OUTPUT 2.
3. Press ƒ and the display shows PARTITION ASSIGN n
(current setting).
4. Press 1 or 2 to assign the output to the desired partition,
then press ƒ . The display shows PARTITION ASSIGN
(new setting).
5. Press B and the display shows CONFIGURATION tttrr
(current setting).
6. Enter the desired configuration number. The display
flashes the entered number. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
7. Press ƒ and repeat steps 2 through 6 until all outputs are
programmed.
(Onboard Options
Output Text
—Output 1, 2)
(1120—output 1, 1121—output 2)
Output Text
(Defaults = none) Use the following guidelines to “name”
onboard outputs:
❑ Use the item numbers listed in “Appendix B, Table B.2”
for characters and words.
❑ If a desired word does not appear in Table B.2, create it
using the characters (custom text).
❑ When using words from Table B.2, spaces between
them appear automatically. When using characters from
Table B.2 to create words, you must reserve an item
number for a ‘space’ after the word.
❑ Each character or word uses up one item number. For
example, a word from the list counts as one item number. A created word (such as BOY’S) counts as six item
numbers—4 letters, 1 apostrophe, and 1 space.
❑ Only 16 item numbers are allowed for each output
name, so plan ahead before programming output text.
You may need to abbreviate words to avoid running out
of item numbers.
Note
If you want to configure an output for user Output
Control you must use the Output Text feature to name
the output. If no Output Text is programmed, Output
Control will not function for that output.
To program Output Text:
1. With the display showing ONBOARD OPTIONS, press ƒ
then press B twice and the display shows OUTPUT
TEXT.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows OUTPUT 1.
3. Press ƒ and the display shows:
OUTPUT 1 ITEM 0
0 - ________
where ITEM 0 is the first character or word location and
0 is the character or word number.
4. Enter the number of the desired character or word, or
scroll through the numbers by pressing B (forward) or A
(backward). If you make a mistake, simply enter the correct number or continue scrolling through choices.
5. Press ƒ to accept the displayed choice and the display
shows:
OUTPUT 1 ITEM 1
0 -________
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 as needed to complete the output
name.
7. Press ‚ after entering the last character or word number.
The display shows the complete text name. For example:
OUTPUT 1
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Exiting Programming Mode
Date
(021)
After all installer/dealer programming is completed, use the
following procedure to exit programming mode.
To exit programming mode:
1. Press ‚ until the display shows SYSTEM PROGRAMMING.
2. Press A or B until the display shows EXIT PROGRAMMING READY.
3. Press ƒ and the touchpad displays the time and date.
Entering User Programming Mode
The user programming mode lets you view system version
information and program the following system settings:
❑ Time and Date
❑ User Codes
❑ Options
❑ Set Up Schedules
❑ Attach Schedules to Events
❑ Energy Saver
❑ Attach Lights to Sensors
❑ System Version
You can enter user programming from an alphanumeric touchpad by using the system or partition master code.
The system master code default is 1234.
To enter user-programming mode:
(Time and Date)
(Default = 01/01/00) This setting lets you adjust the panel calendar to the correct month, day, and year.
To set the Date:
1. With the display showing TIME AND DATE, press ƒ ,
then A or B until the display shows DATE nn/nn/nn (current date).
2. Enter the correct month (01–12), day (01–31), and year
(00–99). For example, enter 090100 for September 1,
2000. The display flashes the entered date. Press ƒ and
the display shows the new date.
User Codes Menu
The USER CODES menu lets you program/change regular user
access codes, the partition master code, and the system master
code. You can enter up to 60 separate user codes, allowing up
to 60 different “users” access to the security system. You can
also specify whether or not a specific user is able to perform
specific actions like, bypass sensors or test the system.
(User Codes—Reg. User Codes
—User NN)
(030nn0 where nn=user number 00-59)
User NN
(Default = none) User codes perform basic arming and disarming functions. The system allows up to 60 user codes (user
numbers 00–59). User numbers that show ✱✱✱✱ indicate no
code is currently programmed for that user number.
To program Regular User Codes:
The panel uses a global clock and calendar for time and date.
Alphanumeric touchpads display the panel time and date
whenever the system is disarmed.
1. With the display showing USER CODES, press ƒ and the
display shows REGULAR USER CODES.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows USER nn (first available
user number).
3. Press A or B to select the desired user number, then
press ƒ . The display shows USER nn - nnnn.
4. With the desired user number displayed, enter a 4-digit
user code. The display flashes the entered code. Press ƒ
and the display shows USER nn - nnnn (new code).
The TIME AND DATE menu lets you set this clock and calendar. The following procedure tells you how.
To delete Regular User Codes:
Press 9 + CODE. The display shows TIME AND DATE.
Time and Date Menu
Note
Setting the time and date is important for accurate
tracking of system events stored in the event buffer.
Time
(020)
(Time and Date)
(Default = 00:00) This setting lets you adjust the panel clock
to the correct time. The panel uses a 24-hour clock. For example, to set the time to 4:17 P.M., enter 1617.
1. With the display showing USER CODES, press ƒ and the
display shows REGULAR USER CODES.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows USER nn - nnnn (first
available user number).
3. Press A or B to select the desired user number/user code
you want to delete (if it is not already displayed), then
press ƒ . The display shows USER nn - nnnn.
4. Enter the system or partition master code. The display
flashes the entered code. Press ƒ and the display shows
USER nn - ✱✱✱✱ (no code).
To set the Time:
1. With the display showing TIME AND DATE, press ƒ and
the display shows TIME hh:mm (current time).
2. Enter the correct time (0000–2359). The display flashes
the entered time. Press ƒ and the display shows the new
time.
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Direct Bypassing (User Codes—Reg. User Codes
—User NN)
(030nn1 where nn=user number 00-59)
System Tests
(Default = off) This setting determines whether or not a specific user code provides access to the “bypass sensors” feature. Set this feature to “on” for all users who need to be able
to bypass sensors.
(Default = off) This setting determines whether or not a specific user code provides access to the phone and sensor tests.
Set this feature to “on” for all users who need to be able to
conduct phone and sensor tests.
To turn user code Direct Bypassing off or on:
To turn user code System Tests off or on:
1. With the display showing USER CODES, press ƒ and the
display shows REGULAR USER CODES.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows USER nn (first available
user number).
3. Press A or B to select the desired user number, then
press ƒ . The display shows USER nn - nnnn.
4. Press A or B until the display shows DIRECT BYPASSING OFF/ON (current setting).
5. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
1. With the display showing USER CODES, press ƒ and the
display shows REGULAR USER CODES.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows USER nn (first available
user number).
3. Press A or B to select the desired user number, then
press ƒ . The display shows USER nn - nnnn.
4. Press A or B until the display shows SYSTEM TESTS
OFF/ON (current setting).
5. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
Remote Access
(User Codes—Reg. User Codes
—User NN)
(030nn2 where nn=user number 00-59)
Latchkey Report
(Default = off) This setting determines whether or not the user
can access the panel from a remote phone (a phone located off
the premises).
(Defaults: 00–05 = on, 06–59 = off) This setting determines
whether or not the user code causes a latchkey report to be
sent to a pager when the code is used to change arming levels.
To turn user code Remote Access off or on:
To assign the Latchkey Report attribute to user
codes:
1. With the display showing USER CODES, press ƒ and the
display shows REGULAR USER CODES.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows USER nn (first available
user number).
3. Press A or B to select the desired user number, then
press ƒ . The display shows USER nn - nnnn.
4. Press B until the display shows REMOTE ACCESS ON/
OFF (current setting).
5. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
(User Codes—Reg. User Codes
—User NN)
(030nn3 where nn=user number 00-59)
(User Codes—Reg. User Codes
—User NN)
(030nn4 where nn=user number 00-59)
(User Codes—Reg. User Codes
—User NN)
(030nn5 where nn=user number 00-59)
1. With the display showing USER CODES, press ƒ and the
display shows REGULAR USER CODES.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows USER nn (first available
user number).
3. Press A or B to select the desired user number, then
press ƒ . The display shows USER nn - nnnn.
4. Press A or B until the display shows LATCHKEY OFF/
ON (current setting).
5. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
Partition Jump
(Default = off) This setting determines whether or not a specific user code can access one or both partitions. When this is
set to on, the user can access both partitions.
(User Codes—
Partition Master Code)
(partition 1: 0310, partition 2: 0311)
Partition Master
(Defaults = none) The Partition Master Code provides access
to all system operations and user programming for a single
partition.
To turn user code Partition Jump off or on:
1. With the display showing USER CODES, press ƒ and the
display shows REGULAR USER CODES.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows USER nn (first available
user number).
3. Press A or B to select the desired user number, then
press ƒ . The display shows USER nn - nnnn.
4. Press B until the display shows PARTITION JUMP OFF/
ON (current setting).
5. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
setting. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
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You must be “in” the partition of the partition master
code you wish to change.
To change the Partition Master Code:
1. With the display showing USER CODES, press ƒ then A
or B until the display shows PARTITION MASTER
CODE.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows PARTITION nnnn (current code).
3. Enter a new 4-digit code. The display flashes the entered
code. Press ƒ and display shows the new code.
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System Master
(User Codes—
System Master Code)
(0320)
(Default = 1234) The System Master Code provides access to
all system operations and user programming.
Touchpad Brightness
(042)
(Options)
(Default = 2) This setting lets the user lighten or darken the
background on touchpad displays. Each touchpad can be set
to compensate for lighting conditions in the touchpad location.
To change the System Master Code:
1. With the display showing USER CODES, press ƒ then A
or B until the display shows SYSTEM MASTER CODE.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows SYSTEM MASTER nnnn
(current code).
3. Enter a new 4-digit code. The display flashes the entered
code. Press ƒ and display shows the new code.
To adjust Touchpad Brightness:
1. Press A or B until the display shows OPTIONS.
2. Press ƒ , then A or B until the display shows TOUCHPAD BRIGHTNESS n (current setting).
3. Enter a setting from 0 (darkest background) to 3 (brightest
background). The display flashes the entered selection.
Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
Options Menu
Volume
(043)
The OPTIONS menu lets you set up the system for downloading and silent arming. You can also adjust alphanumeric touchpad display brightness from this menu.
Downloading
(040)
(Options)
(Default = on) When this setting is on, the panel can communicate with ITI ToolBox software for programming the system from off-site.
Note
For this feature to work, the panel must be connected
to a phone line and be programmed with REMOTE
ACCESS on, with a Downloader phone number, and
with a Downloader code.
To turn Downloading off or on:
1. Press A or B until the display shows OPTIONS.
2. Press ƒ , then A or B until the display shows DOWNLOADING OFF/ON (current setting).
3. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
selection. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
Silent Arming
(041)
(Options)
(Default = off) This setting determines whether or not the
panel sounds status beeps from sirens and the touchpad when
the system is armed.
Note
When this feature is on, the user does not need to
press 5 (SILENT) before arming the system to prevent status sounds.
To turn Silent Arming off or on:
(Options)
(Default = 4) This setting determines the volume level of status sounds from speakers connected to the Phone Interface/
Voice Module.
Note
This menu appears only if a Phone Interface/Voice
Module is connected to the panel.
To adjust status sound Volume:
1. Press A or B until the display shows OPTIONS, then
press ƒ .
2. Next, press A or B until the display shows VOLUME n
(current setting).
3. Enter a setting from 0 (off) to 7 (loudest). The display
flashes the entered selection. Press ƒ and the display
shows the new setting.
Voice Chime
(044)
(Options)
(Default = on) This setting determines whether speakers connected to the Phone Interface/Voice Module announce perimeter sensor/zone numbers that are tripped when the Chime
feature is on. For example, “Sensor one open.”
Note
This menu appears only if a Phone Interface/Voice
Module is connected to the panel.
To turn Voice Chime off or on:
1. Press A or B until the display shows OPTIONS.
2. Press ƒ then A or B until the display shows VOICE
CHIME OFF/ON (current setting).
3. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
selection. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
4. Press A or B until the display shows OPTIONS.
5. Press ƒ , then A or B until the display shows SILENT
ARMING OFF/ON (current setting).
6. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
selection. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
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Chime On Close
(045)
(Options)
(Default = off) When this setting is on, the panel sounds a single chime when a perimeter door or window is closed.
To turn Chime On Close off or on:
1. Press A or B until the display shows OPTIONS.
2. Press ƒ then A or B until the display shows CHIME ON
CLOSE OFF/ON (current setting).
3. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
selection. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting.
Set Up Schedules Menu
The SET UP SCHEDULES menu lets you set up time frames
for light control and exception opening/closing reports. The
system (all partitions) allows you to set up to 16 schedules (00–
15).
Setting up schedules consists of setting a start and stop time for
each schedule, then selecting which days of the week the
schedule will be active. You can also set up a rollover schedule,
which starts on one day and ends on another day. This saves
programming time and leaves more schedules available (in
case they are needed later).
Rollover Schedule Example: To set up a schedule to rollover
from Tuesday evening to Wednesday morning, set a schedule
start time for 2200 (10:00 P.M.) and a stop time for 0500 (5:00
A.M.). Set the schedule to turn on Tuesday. Because the stop
time is set for morning, the system automatically carries the
schedule over to the next day.
If you use the same start and stop times described above and
set the schedule to turn on Monday through Friday, then one
schedule will cover the entire week.
Note
If you are programming schedules for your customer,
be sure to record the settings in the User’s Manual.
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Set Up Schedules
05XXY where XX = schedule 00 thru 15 and Y = start
(0)/stop(1) 0 thru 8—Monday thru Sunday (2–8))
(Defaults = 00:00) This menu lets you set up start/stop times
for each day of the week.
To set up a Time Schedule:
1. Press A or B until the display shows SET UP SCHEDULES.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows SCHEDULE 00. If you
want a different schedule number, press A or B until the
desired schedule number appears.
3. Press ƒ and the display shows START TIME hh:mm (current setting).
4. Enter the desired starting time (00:00–23:59). The display flashes the entered time. Press ƒ and the display
shows START TIME hh:mm (new setting).
5. Press B and the display shows STOP TIME hh:mm (current setting).
6. Enter the desired stop time (00:00–23:59). The display
flashes the entered time. Press ƒ and the display shows
STOP TIME hh:mm (new setting).
7. Press B and the display shows MONDAY OFF/ON (current setting). To select a different day, continue pressing
B until the desired day appears.
8. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
selection. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting
for the selected day.
9. Repeat steps 7 and 8 until all desired settings for each day
are set.
Attach Schedules to Events Menu
The ATTACH SCHEDULES TO EVENTS menu lets you link
the following system events to time schedules:
❑ Latchkey Opening—sends a report if system is disarmed
within the attached time schedule.
❑ Latchkey Closing—sends a report if system is armed
within the attached time schedule.
❑ Exception Opening—sends a report if system is not disarmed within the attached time schedule.
❑ Exception Closing—sends a report if system is not armed
within the attached time schedule.
❑ Lights (1–9) activate X-10 controlled lights by the
attached time schedule.
❑ Outputs (1–6) allow users to attach onboard (1–2) and
SnapCard outputs to a schedule.
❑ Arming—Allows the user to arm the panel at the schedule
start time.
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Latchkey Reports
Attach Schedules To Events
(060nn—Opening, 061nn—Closing where nn =
Schedule number [0 to 15])
(Defaults = off) This setting lets you attach the Latchkey
Opening report feature and the Latchkey Closing report feature to time schedules.
To Attach a Schedule to Latchkey Opening or
Latchkey Closing:
1. Press A or B until the display shows ATTACH SCHEDULES TO EVENTS.
2. Press ƒ then A or B until the display shows LATCHKEY
OPENING or LATCHKEY CLOSING.
3. Press ƒ and the display shows SCHEDULE 00 OFF/ON
(current setting). If you want a different schedule, press
A or B until the desired schedule appears.
4. Press 1 (OFF) or 2 (ON). The display flashes the
entered selection. Press ƒ and the display shows the new
setting for the selected schedule.
Outputs
Attach Schedules To Events
(065xnn where nn = Schedule number [0 to 15] and
x = output number [1 to 6] minus 1)
(Defaults = off) This setting lets you attach outputs to a time
schedule. Onboard outputs are 1–2, SnapCard outputs are 3–
6.
Note
Outputs can only be scheduled if text has been
entered in installer programming. Only onboard and
SnapCard outputs can be scheduled.
To Attach Schedules to Outputs:
Exception Reports
Attach Schedules To Events
(062nn—Opening, 063nn—Closing, where nn =
Schedule number [0 to 15])
1. Press A or B until the display shows ATTACH SCHEDULES TO EVENTS.
2. Press ƒ then A or B until the display shows OUTPUTS.
Press ƒ to enter the OUTPUTS menu.
3. Press A or B until the desired output appears.
4. Press ƒ and the display shows SCHEDULE 00 OFF/ON
(current setting). If you want a different schedule, press
A or B until the desired schedule appears.
5. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
selection. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting
for the selected schedule.
6. Repeat steps 3, 4, and 5 until all desired outputs are
attached to schedules.
(Defaults = off) This setting lets you attach the Exception
Opening report feature and the Exception Closing report feature to time schedules.
Arming
Attach Schedules To Events
(0660nn where nn = Schedule number [0 to 15])
To Attach a Schedule to Exception Opening or
Exception Closing:
(Defaults = off) This setting lets you arm according to a time
schedule.
1. Press A or B until the display shows ATTACH SCHEDULES TO EVENTS.
2. Press ƒ then A or B until the display shows EXCEPTION OPENING or EXCEPTION CLOSING.
3. Press ƒ and the display shows SCHEDULE 00 OFF/ON
(current setting). If you want a different schedule, press
A or B until the desired schedule appears.
4. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
selection. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting
for the selected schedule.
To Attach Schedules to Arming:
Lights
Attach Schedules To Events
(064xnn where nn = Schedule number [0 to 15] and
x = light number [1 to 9] minus 1)
1. Press A or B until the display shows ATTACH
SCHEDULES TO EVENTS.
2. Press ƒ then A or B until the display shows ARMING.
3. To select arm to AWAY press ƒ .
4. Press ƒ and the display shows SCHEDULE 00 OFF/ON
(current setting). If you want a different schedule, press
A or B until the desired schedule appears.
5. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
selection. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting
for the selected schedule.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 until all desired schedules are
attached.
(Defaults = off) This setting lets you attach light controls to a
time schedule.
To Attach Schedules to Lights:
1. Press A or B until the display shows ATTACH SCHEDULES TO EVENTS.
2. Press ƒ then A or B until the display shows LIGHTS.
Press ƒ to enter the LIGHTS menu.
3. Press A or B until the desired light appears.
4. Press ƒ and the display shows SCHEDULE 00 OFF/ON
(current setting). If you want a different schedule, press
A or B until the desired schedule appears.
5. Press 1 (off) or 2 (on). The display flashes the entered
selection. Press ƒ and the display shows the new setting
for the selected schedule.
6. Repeat steps 3, 4, and 5 until all desired lights are
attached to schedules.
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Energy Saver Menu
Attach Lights to Sensors Menu
The ENERGY SAVER menu lets you set the energy saver module low- and high-setpoints. These setpoints determine when
the module relay closes, thereby completing the circuit through
the thermostat to the furnace/air-conditioner.
The ATTACH LIGHTS TO SENSORS menu lets you assign a
light number to a sensor. Each time the sensor is activated, the
attached light will turn on for 5 minutes. When the 5 minute
timer expires the light will turn off. If the same light is scheduled, it will only turn on during the schedule time.
Low Setpoint
(070)
(Energy Saver)
(Default = 50°F) This setting determines the temperature at
which the energy saver module relay closes to activate the furnace.
Note
The low setpoint cannot be set equal to or higher than
the high setpoint.
To set the Low Setpoint:
(Default = 0) This menu attaches light x to sensor y. Each
time a selected sensor is tripped, the selected light will turn on
and a 5 minute timer will start.
Note
The sensor must be learned into the current partition
before it can be attached.
To attach a light to a sensor:
1. With the display showing ENERGY SAVER, press ƒ , then
A or B until the display shows LOW SETPOINT nn
DEGREES (current setting).
2. Enter the desired temperature (45–89°). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display shows
the new setting.
High Setpoint
(071)
(Attach Lights to Sensors)
Light x to Sensor Y
(08n where n = light number [1–9] minus 1)
(Energy Saver)
(Default = 90°F) This setting determines the temperature at
which the energy saver module relay closes to activate the airconditioner.
Note
The high setpoint cannot be set equal to or lower than
the low setpoint.
1. With the display showing LIGHT 1 TO SENSOR y (current setting), press A or B to select the desired light
number.
2. Enter the desired sensor number (01–76). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display shows
the new setting.
3. Repeat steps 1 through 2 until all desired lights are
attached to sensors.
To detach a light from a sensor:
1. With the display showing LIGHT 1 TO SENSOR y (current setting), press A or B to select the desired light
number.
2. Enter 0 as the sensor number and press ƒ .
System Version Menu
To set the High Setpoint:
1. With the display showing ENERGY SAVER, press ƒ , then
A or B until the display shows HIGH SETPOINT nn
DEGREES (current setting).
2. Enter the desired temperature (46–90°). The display
flashes the entered setting. Press ƒ and the display shows
the new setting.
The SYSTEM VERSION menu lets you view and identify panel
hardware and software. This information is primarily used for
troubleshooting purposes.
System Version
(010 = factory code, 011= system number,
012= system level)
(Default = N/A) This menu lets you view and identify panel
hardware and software version.
To view and identify the System Version:
1. Press A or B until the display shows SYSTEM VERSION.
2. Press ƒ and the display shows FACTORY CODE
nnn✱nnnn.
3. Press B and the display shows SYSTEM NUMBER
✱nnnnnnn.
4. Press B again and the display shows SYSTEM LEVEL
nnnn.
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Table 8. Basic Touchpad Operating Commands
Downloader Programming
Command
The panel can be programmed remotely using ToolBox. Use
the information you recorded in Appendix A to inform the
downloading operator of the programming requirement for this
system.
ToolBox Downloader Programming
Note
A Downloader Phone Number must be programmed
and the user-programmable option “Downloading”
must be on for remote downloader programming to
work.
To initiate a ToolBox download session:
1. Contact your download station and ask the operator to prepare to download to the panel.
2. Make sure the system is disarmed.
3. Press 8 + system master code + 7 + 0 (any), 1
(down), or 2 (up). The display shows SYSTEM DOWNLOAD IN PROGRESS during the downloading process.
If the alphanumeric touchpad does not display SYSTEM
DOWNLOAD IN PROGRESS, call the downloader operator to
verify the downloader phone number. Also, make sure ToolBox is set up properly. Refer to the “Troubleshooting” section
if the problem persists.
System Response
1 + CODE
Disarms system to OFF
2 + CODE
Arms system to STAY
3 + CODE
Arms system to AWAY
2 (quick arm on)
Arms system to STAY
3 (quick arm on)
Arms system to AWAY
2 or 3 + CODE + 4
or
2 or 3 + 4
Makes entry/exit doors instant (4
must be pressed within five seconds
of arming)
5 + 2 or 3 + CODE
or
5 + 2 or 3
Arms system silently (no arming
status beeps)
7+1
Turns chime feature on and off
7+2
Turns Energy Saver on and off
7+6
Identifies alarms in memory
7+7+n
(n = output number
[1–6])
Turns the output on or off. (This
command is only functional after
output text is entered into panel
memory.)
1–2 = onboard outputs
3–6 = module outputs
8 + CODE + 2
Initiates a phone test
8 + CODE + 3
Initiates a sensor test
8 + installer CODE + 3 Initiates a dealer sensor test
Testing the System
Testing Zones/Sensors
This section describes the following:
❑ Basic System Commands
❑ Testing Zones/Sensors
❑ Testing Phone Communication
❑ Testing Central Station Communication
❑ Testing Outputs and Sirens
❑ Testing Light Control
❑ Testing the Energy Saver Module
❑ Changing Fixed Display Touchpads
❑ Testing the Audio Verification Module
You should test the system after installing or servicing and
after adding or removing devices from the system.
Test sensors/zones after all programming is completed, whenever there is a change in environment, equipment, or programming, and whenever a zone- or sensor-related problem occurs.
If the system does not respond as described in the following
procedure, see the “Troubleshooting” section.
Note
While the sensor test is a valuable installation and service tool, it only tests sensor operation for the current
conditions. You should perform a sensor test after any
change in environment, equipment, or programming.
1.
2.
Refer to the “Troubleshooting” section if correct test results are
not achieved.
Basic System Commands
3.
Table 8 describes the basic touchpad operating commands. For
complete details on system operation, including user programming, refer to the system User’s Manual.
Table 8. Basic Touchpad Operating Commands
Command
Indicates current system status
✱+✱
Indicates AC power and
battery status
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Note
If you hear a long, low-pitched beep, proceed to the
following section “If a Wireless Sensor Does Not Test.”
4.
System Response
✱ (STATUS)
Place all sensors and zones in their non-alarm state.
At an alphanumeric touchpad, enter the sensor test mode
by pressing 8 + installer code + 3 . The touchpad sounds
one beep and displays SENSOR TEST. The panel starts a
15 minute timer.
Trip each zone/sensor one at a time. Touchpads (and interior sirens) should sound one short, high-pitched beep and
the display should show the sensor name (or number) and
OK.
5.
Press the STATUS button when you think all zones/sensors are tested. The touchpad displays any untested sensors/zones and touchpad panics. If all sensors/zones and
touchpad panics have been tested, the display shows SENSOR TEST OK.
Test any untested zones/sensors and touchpad panics.
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6.
7.
The system stays in sensor test mode for 15 minutes.
When less than 5 minutes remain, touchpads and interior
sirens beep and the panel announces the remaining time
over the speakers once every minute. After 15 minutes the
panel disarms to OFF, automatically. If you need more
time to complete the sensor test, press 8 + installer code
+ 3 while the system is still in sensor test mode. This
restarts the 15 minutes of test time.
When all sensors/zones and touchpad panics have been
tested, press 1 + installer code to exit sensor test mode.
If a Wireless Sensor Does Not Test
If touchpads display SENSOR FAILURE and sirens sound a
long, low-pitched beep when a zone or sensor is tripped, this
indicates that the wireless sensor signal strength is below
acceptable limits. Distance from the receiver, the installation
environment, or both, are most likely affecting the sensor signal strength.
When possible, locate wireless sensors within 100 feet of the
panel. While a transmitter may have a range of 1,000 feet or
more out in the open, the environment at the installation site
can have a significant effect on transmitter range. Refer to the
“Troubleshooting” section to resolve the problem.
For wireless sensors that don’t respond, use an ITI RF Sniffer
(60-401) test tool to verify that the sensor is transmitting. Constant beeps from the RF Sniffer indicate a runaway (faulty)
sensor. Remove the sensor battery(s) and replace the sensor.
Testing Phone Communication
Perform a phone test to check the phone communication
between the panel and the central monitoring station.
CAUTION
Testing Central Station/Pager
Communication
After performing sensor and phone tests, check that the system
is reporting alarms successfully to the central station or pager.
CAUTION
Be sure to contact the central monitoring station before
activating outputs that trigger from an alarm condition.
To test communication with the central station/
pager:
1. Call the central station and tell the operator that you will
be testing the system.
2. Arm the system.
3. Test each of the touchpad and wireless panic buttons and
trip at least one sensor of each type (fire, intrusion, etc.) to
verify correct operation.
4. Check pager displays to verify reports are received.
Pagers display an event code, digit sensor number, and the
last four digits of the account number. For example, a
pager display of
999 002 7468 indicates the following:
999 = alarm condition
002 = sensor/zone in alarm or user number
7468 = last four digits of account number
Note
The way information is displayed varies with pager
services and may not match the example above.
Account numbers with alpha-characters also vary
when displayed, depending on pager service. Account
numbers are not displayed if STREAMLINING is
turned on.
Table 9 describes pager system event codes.
Be sure to contact the central monitoring station before
activating outputs that trigger from an alarm condition.
Table 9. Pager System Event Codes
To perform a phone test:
1. Contact the central monitoring station to inform them that
you are testing the system.
2. Press 8 + system master code + 2 .
The display reads PHONE TEST and the touchpad sounds
one beep. When the panel completes the test, the system
returns to the previous arming level automatically.
Code
If the display continues to show PHONE TEST for 1½ minutes
or more, enter 1 + system master code and refer to the
“Troubleshooting” section.
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System Event
009
Zone Restoral
111
System Disarmed
115
Sensor Test Exit
118
Trouble condition cleared
119
Alarm Canceled
222
System Armed to STAY
333
System Armed to AWAY
555
Phone/Sensor Test
888
System Trouble Condition
999
System in Alarm
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Table 10 describes pager sensor/zone number and user number
report codes.
Table 10. Pager Sensor/Zone and User Number Codes
Code
000
5.
Sensor/Zone or User Number
System event not caused by a zone or user
001–076
Sensor/Zone Numbers 1–76
600–659
Regular User Codes 0–59 used
678
System Master Code used
679
Installer Code used
680
Dealer Code used
697
Quick Arm used
698
Keyswitch Sensor used
699
System Armed Itself (during service or
power-up)
Testing Light Control
Test all lights plugged into X-10 Lamp Modules to verify
house code and light number settings.
To test light control:
1. Press 0 + 0 repeatedly to turn all lights on and off
together.
2. Press 0 + 1 repeatedly to turn light 1 on and off.
3. Repeat step 2 for remaining lights (0 + 2 or light 2, 0 +
3 for light 3, etc.).
4. Arm the system to Away. All lights plugged into modules
set to Unit 1 (or set as entry lights) should turn on and stay
on for 5 minutes. All lights plugged into modules set to
Unit 2 should blink three times to indicate the arming
level. Remaining lights should not be affected.
5. Disarm the system. If Unit 1 (or entry) lights were on for
an entry or alarm, they will turn off in 5 minutes. Unit 2
lights should blink once to indicate the system is off.
Remaining lights should not be affected.
6. All lights should turn on and remain on during fire and
auxiliary/medical alarms. All lights should flash during a
police or intrusion alarm.
When you finish testing the system, call the central monitoring station to verify that the alarms were received.
Testing Outputs and Sirens
Testing the Energy Saver Module (ESM)
All outputs (onboard and SnapCard) should be tested to verify
configuration programming.
Test the Energy Saver Module to verify it overrides the thermostat.
Note
CAUTION
Be sure to contact the central monitoring station before
activating outputs that trigger from an alarm condition.
To test outputs:
1. Contact the central monitoring station to inform them you
are testing the system.
2. Verify that all wiring at the panel and output devices is
correct.
3. Activate the appropriate device to trigger each output as
programmed.
4. Verify that each output responds according to the programmed configuration number. For outputs that trigger
sirens, verify the correct alarm sounds are produced from
these sirens. Table 11 describes the system alarm sounds
you should hear for each alarm event.
5. Contact the central monitoring station when you are finished testing.
Table 11. Alarm Types and Sounds
Alarm Type
Fire
Alarm Sound
Repeating series of three beeps
The system must have high- and low-temperature limits set to test the Energy Saver Module.
To test the Energy Saver Module:
1. Press ‚ (status) + ‚ (status) to display the system status,
ENERGY SAVER OFF, and the present TEMPERATURE
nn°. The temperature displayed (and/or announced)
should match the house thermostat. If the temperatures do
not match, refer to the ACCESSORY MODULES—BUS
DEVICES menu in the “Programming” section.
2. Press 7 + 2 to turn on the ESM. The display shows
ENERGY SAVER ON and the ESM relay will click once.
3. Press 7 + 2 again to turn the ESM off. The display
shows ENERGY SAVER OFF.
Note
There is a 5-minute delay after the Energy Saver Module returns control to the furnace/AC before it will override the furnace/AC again.
Note
If the red ESM LED is not flashing continuously,
remove panel AC and backup battery power. Verify
that all wiring is correct.
Police/Intrusion Continuous tone
Auxiliary
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Rapid beeps
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Changing Fixed Display LCD Touchpad
Chime and Trouble Beep Tones
The frequency (pitch) of chime and trouble beep tones from a
fixed display touchpad can be adjusted to a more desirable or
distinct tone, or to compensate for hearing impaired persons.
Note
Chime and trouble beep tones sound using the default
frequency during, or within 15 seconds of, any button
activity at that specific touchpad.
To change status tone pitch:
1. Press and hold the ‚ and 0 buttons together until you
hear a steady tone, then release the buttons.
2. Press and hold 1 to lower the pitch or press and hold 2 to
raise the pitch.
3. Release the button when the desired pitch is heard.
To test the module from the central station:
1. Inform the central station that you will be sending an
alarm and testing an AVM.
2. Give them the programming selections you made for the
panel (see “Audio Verification Menu” on page 44 for programming information).
3. Use a touchpad panic button to initiate an auxiliary alarm.
4. The central station operator waits for the alarm to be
reported and initiates an audio session.
5. Walk through the vicinity of the AVM while speaking at a
normal conversation level.
6. Have the operator speak to you.
7. When testing is complete, the operator will end the session.
After about 15 seconds of no touchpad activity, the steady tone
stops sounding.
Testing Audio Verification Module (AVM)
Communication
Test the Audio Verification Module from off-site and the central station to verify that it works properly.
To test the module from off-site:
You will need a helper and touch-tone phone at an off-site location to perform this test. When testing the AVM from off-site
the following guidelines must be followed.
❑
❑
❑
❑
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
The Remote Access feature must be set to on (default)
(page 32).
The Audio Verify feature must be set to on (page 44).
The system must be in a non-alarm state.
Optional Ring/Hang/Ring feature (page 33) must be on
(default) to work with steps 1 and 2 below. Otherwise wait
for 12 rings and the panel will pick up automatically.
The off-site helper calls the panel, lets the phone ring
twice, and hangs up.
The helper must call the panel again in 10 to 40 seconds.
The panel answers System hello.
The helper dials the following on the phone:
# # AVM access CODE *
The helper should now be able to hear you through the
AVM.
Walk through the vicinity of the AVM while speaking at a
normal conversation level.
Tell the helper to dial a 1 and speak to you. To return to
listen mode, the helper dials a 3.
When testing is complete, have the helper dial 99 and
hang up.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
This section describes what to do if you experience problems
with system operation. If after performing the troubleshooting
procedures the panel still malfunctions, please call Technical
Support at 1-800-777-2624.
Topics are divided into separate tables for easy reference.
❑ Table 1, “Panel Power,” on page 62
❑ Table 2, “Access Codes,” on page 63
❑ Table 3, “Arming and Disarming,” on page 63
❑ Table 4, “Bypassing,” on page 64
❑ Table 5, “Wireless Sensor and Touchpad Batteries,” on
page 64
❑ Table 6, “Central Station/Pager Reporting,” on page 64
❑ Table 7, “Alphanumeric Touchpads,” on page 65
❑ Table 8, “Fixed Display Touchpads,” on page 65
❑ Table 9, “Speakers,” on page 65
❑ Table 10, “Sirens,” on page 66
❑ Table 11, “Supervised Wireless Sirens,” on page 66
❑ Table 12, “Hardwire Zones,” on page 66
❑ Table 13, “Wireless Sensor Zones,” on page 67
❑ Table 14, “Wireless Touchpads,” on page 67
❑ Table 15, “Phones,” on page 68
❑ Table 16, “Light Control,” on page 68
❑ Table 17, “Energy Saver Module,” on page 68
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Table T1: Panel Power
Problem
Action/Solution
Panel does not power up. Touchpads don’t display or respond.
1. Verify that the panel transformer is plugged into an unswitched outlet.
2. Check the AC circuit breaker to be sure the circuit is live.
3. Check that the backup battery is installed correctly and the AC power
transformer is plugged in.
4. Check for proper panel and transformer wiring.
5. Measure the incoming AC voltage at panel terminals 1 and 2. It should
read about 24 VAC.
No incoming AC voltage at panel terminals 1
and 2.
1. Unplug the AC power transformer and disconnect the wires from the
transformer and the panel.
2. Check transformer to panel wire for short or open circuits.
3. Plug in the transformer and check for 24 VAC at the transformer
unconnected terminals. If zero (0) volts, replace the transformer.
Touchpad display indicates System Low Battery
1. Check that the backup battery is installed correctly and the AC power
or voice sounds “System low battery.”
transformer is plugged in.
2. Measure the incoming AC voltage at the panel terminals 1 and 2. It
should read about 24 VAC.
3. Check for 11.75 to 13.5 VDC battery voltage between the backup
battery spade lugs. If the battery voltage is not within this range,
replace the battery.
Note
When the panel is running a backup battery test, the reading at
the connected battery can range from 11.2 to 13.5 VDC. The
panel automatically runs a backup battery test under the following
conditions: (1) on initial power-up, (2) during user sensor test, (3)
once every minute when backup battery has failed, (4) once every
24 hours at the programmed STIME (UL 98 Options off) or once
every 4 hours (UL 98 Options on).
Note
With the AC power transformer plugged in, the panel automatically charges the battery. While the battery is charging for the first
time it is normal for the system to indicate System Low Battery.
This can take a number of hours depending on the initial battery
charge. Once the battery reaches 12.5 VDC (full charge as measured while in battery test), the condition clears. If the trouble
condition persists after 24 hours, replace the backup battery.
After pressing STATUS the touchpads flash AC 1. Check the AC circuit breaker to be sure the circuit is live.
or display AC Power Failure/AC Failure. (Panel 2. Check for proper panel and transformer wiring.
3. Check that the transformer is plugged into a nonswitched outlet and
continues to operate from backup battery.)
secured with the provided screw.
4. Check that the transformer is supplying AC to the panel. (Transformer
internal fuse may be blown.
!
WARNING
Be careful when securing the transformer to an outlet with a
metal cover. Hold the cover tightly in place. You could
receive a serious shock if the metal outlet cover drops down
onto the prongs of the plug while you are securing the transformer and cover to the outlet box.
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Table T2: Access Codes
Problem
Action/Solution
Customer cannot remember access code(s).
1. Check your records to see if you have the customer’s access code(s) on
file.
2. Verify the access code(s) using the Downloader.
3. Clear memory and reprogram the panel locally.
Installer cannot remember install code.
1. Check your records to see if you have the install code on file.
2. Verify the install code using the Downloader.
3. Use the Dealer Code to enter program mode and view the installer
code.
Installer cannot remember dealer code
1. Check your records to see if you have the dealer code on file.
Table T3: Arming and Disarming
Problem
System protests and won’t arm.
Action/Solution
1. If arming to level 2, make sure all monitored perimeter doors and windows are closed.
2. If arming to level 3, make sure all perimeter and interior sensors are
closed.
3. Press STATUS for an indication of the problem.
System won’t disarm.
1. Disarming using incorrect code. Enter correct code.
2. Access code is not programmed or set up in user programming to disarm system.
3. Wireless touchpad is not learned into system or hardwire touchpad is
not communicating to panel. Check installer programming for learned
wireless touchpads.
4. The installer code is being used to disarm the system. The system is
designed not to disarm using the installer code. Use a regular or system master code to disarm the system.
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Table T4: Bypassing
Problem
Touchpad indicates Invalid and/or “Invalid” is
heard when you attempt to bypass a sensor.
System cancels sensor bypass when you try to
arm to level 2 or 3.
Action/Solution
1. Attempting to bypass a 24-hour sensor that cannot be bypassed (group
26 fire sensors).
2. Sensor is not active in the current arming level.
1. Sensor is being bypassed before arming to 2—STAY or 3—AWAY.
Arm to the desired level before bypassing a sensor.
Table T5: Wireless Sensor and Touchpad Batteries
Problem
System indicates Sensor/Touchpad nn low battery.
Action/Solution
1. Replace the indicated device battery. Test the sensor/touchpad after
replacing the battery.
Note
If the sensor/touchpad is not tested after battery replacement, the
system continues to show a low battery condition, since that was
the last signal it received from the device. Testing the sensor/
touchpad with new batteries allows the panel to receive a signal
with good battery information.
Table T6: Central Station/Pager Reporting
Problem
Central station/pager is not receiving reports.
Action/Solution
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
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Check that the premises phone line is working.
Perform a phone test.
Check that the DB-8 cord is plugged into the RJ-31X/CA-38A jack.
Check that the DB-8 cord is wired correctly to the panel.
Check for correct phone line wiring between the TELCO block and
RJ-31X/CA-38A jack.
Replace faulty RJ-31X/CA-38A jack.
Replace faulty DB-8 cord.
Verify that central station/pager phone number is programmed into the
panel. Reprogram the phone number and retest, if necessary.
Verify that the correct phone format (SIA or CID) is being used.
For pagers, extend the pager delay setting (see the PHONE
OPTIONS—GLOBAL menu in the “Programming” section.
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Table T7: Alphanumeric Touchpads
Problem
Action/Solution
Display shows all ************.
1. Touchpad is not connected to panel bus terminals or is wired incorrectly. Check and correct wiring.
Display is blank.
1. Check that panel is powered up.
2. Check for touchpad power and/or bus miswiring, opens, or shorts.
3. Check touchpad brightness setting (see the user-programming
OPTIONS menu in the “Programming” section).
Touchpad buttons don’t beep when pressed.
1. Check for touchpad power and/or bus miswiring, opens, or shorts.
2. Check that key beeps option is set to on (see the ACCESSORY MODULES—BUS DEVICES menu in the “Programming” section).
Table T8: Fixed Display Touchpads
Problem
Action/Solution
Display is lit but does not respond to key
presses.
1. Touchpad is not connected to panel bus terminals or is wired incorrectly. Check and correct wiring.
Display is blank.
1. Check that panel is powered up.
2. Check for touchpad power and/or bus miswiring, opens, or shorts.
3. Check touchpad brightness setting (see the user-programming
OPTIONS menu in the “Programming” section).
Touchpad buttons don’t beep when pressed.
1. Check for touchpad power and/or bus miswiring, opens, or shorts.
2. Check that key beeps option is set to on (see the ACCESSORY MODULES—BUS DEVICES menu in the “Programming” section).
Table T9: Speakers
Problem
Speakers don’t sound alarms.
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Action/Solution
1. Check for correct wiring at speaker and panel terminals; correct where
necessary.
2. Speaker output has shut down because panel detected terminal 7 or 8 is
shorted to ground. Disconnect panel AC and battery backup power.
Locate short and correct. Apply panel AC and backup battery power
and retest.
3. Alarm is in partition 2 and speaker is connected to panel terminals 7
and 8, which activate only for partition 1 alarms.
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Table T10: Sirens
Problem
Action/Solution
Piezo sirens connected to Snap Card, or onboard 1. Check for incorrect wiring between siren and panel; correct where
necessary.
(panel) outputs 1 and/or 2 don’t produce any
2.
Output
has not been configured (set up) to activate sirens. Enter proalarm sounds.
gram mode and configure output (see ACCESSORY MODULES—BUS
DEVICES—SNAP CARD, or ONBOARD OPTIONS—OUTPUT 1, 2 in
the “Programming” section).
Table T11: Supervised Wireless Sirens
Problem
Action/Solution
1. Check to make sure siren is not plugged into an outlet controlled by a
switch. Move siren to a nonswitched outlet location and test.
2. Panel doesn’t have a Power Line Carrier (PLC) card installed. Install
PLC card.
3. Panel is not powered by a power line carrier transformer. Replace
existing transformer with a power line carrier transformer.
4. Power transformer and sirens are not plugged into outlets on the same
electrical phase. Relocate sirens at different outlets to determine working locations.
5. Siren is programmed with incorrect partition house code. Clear siren
house code by pressing and holding siren button for 20 seconds.
Reprogram with correct partition house code and retest. See “Installing
Supervised Wireless Sirens (60-736-95)” on page 15 for more information.
6. Siren house code is not programmed into panel. Enter program mode
and set SWS and partition house codes.
Siren only works part of the time and/or at odd,
Sirens don’t produce any sounds and LED
doesn’t respond.
irregular intervals.
1. Check that siren and/or panel transformer is not plugged into an outlet
shared with a major appliance, television, or computer which may generate noise and degrade the line carrier signal.
Table T12: Hardwire Zones
Problem
System doesn’t go into alarm when zone is
tripped.
Action/Solution
1. System is disarmed. Arm system and then trip the zone.
2. Zone is not learned into panel memory. Enter installer/dealer program
mode—LEARN SENSORS, and learn zone into memory.
3. Zone is learned into wrong partition. Delete zone and learn into correct
partition or change the partition in the EDIT SENSORS menu.
4. For HIM zones, check that the HIM LED is blinking to verify communication with the panel. If LED is off, check wiring between HIM and
panel.
Zone reports trouble condition.
1. Check that onboard HIM and SnapCard zone inputs have a 2k-ohm
EOL resistor installed at the last device on the loop in series for N/C
loops, in parallel for N/O loops.
2. Check for zone wire fault—short circuit on N/C loops, open circuit on
N/O loops.
3. Make sure all devices on zone are in non-alarm state, then enter disarm
command to reset zone.
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Table T13: Wireless Sensor Zones
Problem
Action/Solution
System doesn’t respond (in sensor test or when 1. Verify that receiver antennas are installed and connections are secure.
2. Check that the wireless sensor battery(s) are installed.
armed) when sensor is tripped.
3. Check the sensor battery(s) for low voltage. Replace battery(s), if
necessary.
4. Use an RF Sniffer (60-401) to verify that sensor is transmitting.
5. Sensor is not learned into panel memory. Enter installer/dealer program mode—LEARN SENSORS, and learn sensor into memory.
6. Zone is learned into wrong partition. Delete zone and learn into correct
partition or change the partition in the EDIT SENSORS menu.
Sensor reports trouble condition.
1. Sensor tamper switch is tripped—sensor cover is off, not latched
securely, or sensor is not mounted securely. Secure sensor mounting
and/or cover, then trip sensor to clear the condition.
2. Check the sensor battery for low voltage. Replace batteries, if necessary.
Touchpad indicates [sensor #] supervisory and/
1. Use an RF Sniffer (60-401) to verify that sensor is transmitting. If senor Sensor [sensor #] supervisory is heard.
sor is not transmitting, check battery for low or no voltage and replace.
2. Change mounting position of sensor (from horizontal to vertical or
vice versa) and test sensor several times for consistency.
3. Sensor signal is not reaching panel/receiver because sensor is too far
away. Remove sensor from mounted location and test from other locations. Mount sensor in area where signal can reach panel/receiver.
Smoke sensor beeps once every minute.
1. Sensor batteries are getting low. Replace batteries.
Note
System Sensor smoke sensors (model 2100ARFT) don’t transmit
a low battery signal to the panel/receiver until battery voltage
drops to within a range of 4.7 to 5.4 VDC. The sensor sounds
beeps to notify occupants that the sensor battery(s) need replacing, but the sensor does not transmit a low battery signal to the
panel until the next supervisory signal (69 minutes later).
Table T14: Wireless Touchpads
Problem
System doesn’t respond to commands entered
from wireless touchpad.
Action/Solution
1. Verify that receiver antennas are installed and connections are secure.
2. Check that touchpad battery(s) are properly installed.
3. Check the touchpad battery(s) for low voltage. Replace battery(s), if
necessary.
4. Use an RF Sniffer (60-401) to verify that touchpad is transmitting.
5. Touchpad is not learned into panel memory. Enter program mode and
learn touchpad into memory (see LEARN SENSORS).
6. Touchpad is learned into wrong partition. Delete touchpad and learn
into correct partition or change the partition in the EDIT SENSORS
menu.
Touchpad reports trouble condition.
1. Check the touchpad battery(s) for low voltage. Replace battery(s), if
necessary.
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Table T15: Phones
Problem
Action/Solution
Loss of dial tone at on-site phones after wiring
RJ-31X jack or connecting the DB-8 cord.
1. Wait 2 minutes and try again. The panel may be busy trying to report
to the central station.
2. Disconnect the panel DB-8 cord from the RJ-31X jack. If the phone
still doesn’t work, the system is okay and the problem is in the wiring.
3. Check RJ-31X jack wiring and TELCO block wiring. Replace RJ-31X
jack if necessary.
4. Check DB-8 cord connections at the panel and RJ-31X jack. Replace
cord if necessary.
5. Perform a phone test after troubleshooting the phone line.
Constant dial tone, preventing dial-out on premises phones.
1. One or more polarity-sensitive phones exist on-site. Reverse the phone
wires connected to the brown and gray wire terminals on the RJ-31X
jack.
Table T16: Light Control
Problem
Light controlled by X-10 Lamp Module is not
working.
Action/Solution
1. Check that the lamp has a working bulb and that the lamp switch is on.
2. Check to make sure X-10 module is not plugged into an outlet controlled by a switch. Move to a nonswitched outlet location and test.
3. Panel doesn’t have a Power Line Carrier (PLC) card installed. Install
PLC card.
4. Panel is not powered by a power line carrier transformer. Replace
existing transformer with a power line carrier transformer.
5. Power transformer and X-10 modules are not plugged into outlets on
the same electrical phase. Relocate modules or transformer to different
outlets to determine working locations.
6. Check that the HOUSE dial on the X-10 module matches the partition
house code programmed into the panel.
7. X-10 module is located in wrong partition. Move module to correct
partition and retest.
8. Partition house codes are not programmed into panel. Enter program
mode and set partition house codes.
Table T17: Energy Saver Module
Problem
Action/Solution
Module does not respond to system commands
or appear to control furnace.
1. Check that the module is wired correctly to the panel terminals.
2. Verify the module LED is flashing continuously. If the LED is not
flashing, remove power and check wiring.
3. There is a 5-minute delay after the module returns control to the furnace/AC thermostat, before the module overrides the thermostat again.
Wait 5-minutes and try again.
Module temperature does not match actual room
1. The module room temperature setting has not been adjusted or was
temperature.
adjusted before the module warmed or cooled to room temperature. To
ensure accuracy, wait at least 30 minutes after installing the module,
before adjusting the temperature. To adjust the module room temperature setting, see TEMPERATURE under the ACCESSORY MODULES—BUS DEVICES—UNIT-ID—ENERGY OPTIONS menu in the
section “Programming the Panel.”
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Appendix A: System Planning
Worksheets
Table A.2 Hardwire Devices
Part No.
Description
Qty.
mA
SubTot
(Max.)
Customer Name _________________________________
Hardwire Sensors/Detectors
Address _______________________________________
13-068
Magnetic Contact
3/8” press fit
N/A
City _________________ County ___________ State ___
13-070
Magnetic Contact –
surface mount
N/A
N/A
System Sensor models
2100D, 2100TD,
2100S, 2100TS, 2400,
or 2400TH or ESL
series 429AT, 521B or
521BXT
10 mA
13-082
PIR Motion Detector
10 mA
60-736*
Supervised Wireless
Siren
N/A
Zip __________ Phone (____) ___________
Table A.1 Wireless Devices
Part No.
Description
60-362
Door/Window Sensor
60-670
SAW Door/Window Sensor
Qty.
Sirens
60-741-95
Micro Recessed Door/Window
Sensor
60-499
Slim Line Door/Window Sensor
Micro Door/Window Sensor
60-48301
Slim Line Hardwire
Interior Siren
120 mA
60-688
60-641
Long-Life Door/Window Sensor
13-046
Hardwire Exterior
Siren
145 mA
60-461*
Shock Sensor
60-459*
Sound Sensor (ITI)
SuperBus 2000/Miscellaneous Components
60-462*
Glass Guard Sensor
60-74601
2x16 LCD Alphanumeric Touchpad
90 mA
60-506
Smoke Sensor
60-820
Rate-of-Rise Heat Sensor
Fixed English LCD
Touchpad
30 mA
60-460
60-589*
Manual Fire Pull Sensor
60-803
Freeze Sensor
2x20 LCD Alphanumeric Touchpad
120 mA
60-504*
60-452
Pendant Panic Sensor
60-804
2x20 VFD Alphanumeric Touchpad
120 mA
60-458
Single Button Panic Sensor
Dual Button Panic Sensor
60-77701
Phone Interface/Voice
Module
600 mA
60-457
60-76401-95R
RF Receiver
30 mA
60-755
Power Line Carrier
Card
110 mA
SAW Outdoor PIR Motion Sensor
(Not for intrusion protection)
60-756
4 Input/2 Output SnapCard
185 mA
60-703-95
Crystal Indoor PIR Motion Sensor
60-757
FlexGard Sound Sensor
8Z Hardwire Zone
Expander SnapCard
230 mA
60-834-95
60-578
Water-Resistant Panic Sensor
60-511
DS924i PIR Motion Sensor
60-639-95R SAW Indoor PIR Motion Sensor
60-63995R-OD
HiTech Handheld Wireless Touchpad
60-758
4 Output SnapCard
130 mA
60-774
Hardwire Input Module
18 mA
60-607
2-Button Keychain Touchpad
60-770
4-Button Keychain Touchpad
Hardwire Output
Module
91 mA
60-606
60-62001
Energy Saver Module
20 mA
60-677*
Interrogator 200 Audio
Verification Module
10 mA
60-597
60-659-95
SAW 4-Button Keychain Touchpad
Total power consumption:
mA
Total power consumption using 30 VA transformer
and 4.0 AH backup battery not to exceed:
1,000
Total power consumption using 50 VA transformer
and 7.0 AH backup battery not to exceed:
2,000
mA
mA
* These devices not listed, investigated, or verified by UL.
† Listed, but not tested for compatibility by UL.
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Table A.3 Zone and Sensor Assignments
No.
RF Zone
Module
Bus ID
Number
Module
Input
Number
Group
Partition
Zone/Sensor Text
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
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Table A.3 Zone and Sensor Assignments
No.
RF Zone
Module
Bus ID
Number
Module
Input
Number
Group
Partition
Zone/Sensor Text
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
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Table A.4 System Settings Index and Record
Table A.4 System Settings Index and Record
Setting (reference)
default
Shortcut
No.
Setting
Setting (reference)
default
Shortcut
No.
Setting
Duress Option (p. 40) Off
06104, 06204
Installer Programming—8 + Installer/Dealer CODE + 00
Edit Sensors (p. 44) None
083
24 Hour Tamper (p. 37) Off
06000
Entry Delay (p. 35) 32 sec
0310, 0320
AC Failure (p. 38) Off
06010
1_____________
2_____________
Access Timeout (p. 45) 90 sec
0904
Entry Lights (p. 36) none
0400, 0410
Account No. (p. 25) 00000
0010, 0020
1_____________
2_____________
Activity Timeout (p. 34) 24 hrs
0305
Exception Reports (phones)
(p. 28) Off
0103, 0113, 0123 1_____________
2_____________
3_____________
Alarm Verify (p. 41) Off
06108, 06208
Exception Reports (pagers)
(p. 29) Off
Audio Mode (p. 44) 1
0901
Audio Verify (p. 44) Off
0900
0133, 0143,
1_____________
0153, 0163, 0173 2_____________
3_____________
4_____________
5_____________
Exit Delay (p. 35) 64 sec
0311, 0321
1_____________
2_____________
Exit Extension (p. 26) On
0013, 0023
1_____________
2_____________
Extended Delay (p. 35) 4 min
0312, 0322
1_____________
2_____________
Fire Panic (p. 36) On
0510, 0520
1_____________
2_____________
Auto Phone Test (p. 31) Off
02001
Auto Stay Arming (p. 26) On
0014, 0024
Auto Test Reset (p. 31) On
02002
Auxiliary Panic (p. 36) On
0511, 0521
1_____________
2_____________
1_____________
2_____________
1_____________
2_____________
1_____________
2_____________
AVM Access Code (p. 45) None 0906
Back In Service (p. 37) On
06002
1_____________
2_____________
Backup (p. 28) CS Phone 1 On, 0105, 0115, 0125 1_____________
CS Phone 2-3 Off
2_____________
3_____________
Fire Shutdown (p. 44) Off
0902
Force Armed (p. 40) Off
06105, 06205
Battery Restoral (p. 38) Off
06005
Global Fire (p. 42) Off
0704
Beep Delay (p. 45) 2 sec
0905
0101, 0111, 0121 1_____________
2_____________
3_____________
1_____________
2_____________
Buffer Control (p. 37) Off
06001
Buffer Full Report (p. 38) Off
06006
High Level Reports (phones)
(p. 28) CS Phone 1 On, CS
Phone 2-3 Off
Bypass Reports (p. 37) Off
06003
Freeze Alarm (p. 40) Off
06107, 06207
CS Phone 1-3 (p. 27) None
0100, 0110, 0120 1_____________
2_____________
3_____________
High Level Reports (pagers)
(p. 29) On
0131, 0141,
1_____________
0151, 0161, 0171 2_____________
3_____________
4_____________
5_____________
House Code (p. 36) 1B, 2C
0401, 0411
1_____________
2_____________
Call Wait Cancel (p. 32) None
02009
Cancel Message (p. 32) On
02007
Closing Reports (p. 39) Off
06101, 06201
Comm. Failure (p. 31) On
02003
Immediate Beeps (p. 41) Off
0700
Daylight Saving (p. 35) On
0306
Installer Code (p. 25) 4321
0001
Dealer Code (p. 25) None
0002
082
Keychain TP Arming (p. 37)
Off
0513, 0523
Delete Sensors (p. 44) None
1_____________
2_____________
Dial Tone Detect (p. 32) On
02010
Keyswitch Sensor (p. 26) None 0015, 0025
Dialer Abort (p. 31) On
02005
1_____________
2_____________
Keyswitch Style (p. 27)
Transition
0016, 0026
1_____________
2_____________
Latchkey Reports (pagers)
(p. 30) On
0135, 0145,
1_____________
0155, 0165, 0175 2_____________
3_____________
4_____________
5_____________
Latchkey Format (p. 40) Off
06106, 06206
Latchkey Zones (p. 36) None
0500
Learn Sensors (p. 43) None
080
1_____________
2_____________
Dial Abort Delay (p. 32) 30 sec 02006
Disable Trouble Beeps (p. 41)
Off
0701
Downloader Code (p. 25) 12345 0000
Downloader Phone No. (p. 30)
None
0180
DTMF Dialing (p. 31) On
02004
Duress Code (p. 27) None
0017, 0027
72
1_____________
2_____________
1_____________
2_____________
1_____________
2_____________
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Table A.4 System Settings Index and Record
Table A.4 System Settings Index and Record
Setting (reference)
default
Setting (reference)
default
Line Fail Delay (p. 33) None
Shortcut
No.
Setting
0213
Local Phone Control (p. 32) On 0210, 0220
1_____________
2_____________
Low CPU Battery (p. 37) On
06004
Low Level Reports (phones)
(p. 28) CS Phone 1 On, CS
Phone 2-3 Off
0102, 0112, 0122 1_____________
2_____________
3_____________
Low Level Reports (pagers)
(p. 29) Off
0132, 0142,
1_____________
0152, 0162, 0172 2_____________
3_____________
4_____________
5_____________
Next Phone Test (p. 34) 7 days
0303
No Activity (p. 39) Off
06103, 06203
Open/Close Reports (phones)
(p. 29) Off
0104, 0114, 0124 1_____________
2_____________
3_____________
Open/Close Reports (pagers)
(p. 29) Off
1_____________
2_____________
0134, 0144,
1_____________
0154, 0164, 0174 2_____________
3_____________
4_____________
5_____________
1_____________
2_____________
Shortcut
No.
Setting
Recent Closings (p. 39) On
06102, 06202
1_____________
2_____________
Remote Access (p. 32) On
0211, 0221
1_____________
2_____________
RF Low Battery Rpt (p. 38)
Weekly
06012
RF Superisory Rpt (p. 39)
Weekly
06013
RF TX Timeout (p. 34)
12 hrs
0301
Ring/Hang/Ring (p. 33) On
0212, 0222
Reporting Format (SIA/CID)
(p. 28) CID
0106, 0116, 0126 1_____________
2_____________
3_____________
Sensor Text (p. 43) None
081
Silent Talkback (p. 45) Off
0903
Siren Timeout (p. 35) 4 min
0313, 0323
Siren Verify (p. 42) Off
0710
Smoke Verify (p. 48) Off
1100
SnapCard Output 1 (p. 47)
(01400 - keychain touchpad *
button activation)
101001
1_____________
2_____________
1_____________
2_____________
Opening Reports (p. 39) Off
06100, 06200
Onboard Output 1 (p. 49)
01614- any audible alarm
11101
SnapCard Output 2 (p. 47)
(00410 - any audible alarm)
101011
Onboard Output 2 (p. 49)
01710 - status & alarm tones
11111
SnapCard Output 3 (p. 47)
(00903 - arming to STAY or
AWAY)
101021
SnapCard Output 4 (p. 47)
(01003 - arming to AWAY)
101031
Star Is No Delay (p. 37) Off
0514, 0524
Streamlining (p. 30) On
0136, 0146,
1_____________
0156, 0166, 0176 2_____________
3_____________
4_____________
5_____________
Output Trip Time (p. 34) 4 sec
0304
Pager Delay (p. 32) 15 sec
02008
Pager Partition Assignment
(p. 30) 1
0137, 0147,
1_____________
0157, 0167, 0177 2_____________
3_____________
4_____________
5_____________
Pager Phone 1-5 (p. 29) None
Phone Access Key (p. 33) #
0130, 0140,
1_____________
0150, 0160, 0170 2_____________
3_____________
4_____________
5_____________
0216, 0226
Phone Panic (p. 33) Off
0215, 0225
Phone Test (p. 30) On
02000
Phone Test Freq. (p. 34) 7 days
0302
Police Panic (p. 37) On
0512, 0522
1_____________
2_____________
1_____________
2_____________
1_____________
2_____________
Program Reporting (p. 39) Off
06015
Quick Arm (p. 26) Off
0011, 0021
1_____________
2_____________
Quick Exit (p. 26) On
0012. 0022
1_____________
2_____________
Receiver Failure (p. 38) Off
06011
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1_____________
2_____________
Supervisory Time (p. 34) 03:00 0300
Swinger Limit (p. 39) 1
06014
SWS Code (p. 42) 003
0703
System Tamper (p. 41) Off
06109, 06209
1_____________
2_____________
Toll Saver (p. 33) On
0214, 0224
1_____________
2_____________
TP Panic RPT FMT (p. 38) Off
06009
Two Trip Error (p. 38) Off
06008
Two Wire Smoke (p. 48) Off
1101
UL 98 Options (p. 41) Off
0702
Zone Restorals (p. 38) Off
06007
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Appendix B: Reference Tables
Table B.1 Sensor Group Characteristics
No.
Name
Application
Alarm
Delay
Restoral
Supervisory
CS
Report
Chime
(Level 1
only)
Active
Levels
√
√
1, 2, 3
√
1, 2, 3
√
1, 2, 3
√
1, 2, 3
00
Fixed Panic
24-hour audible fixed emergency buttons.
Police
Instant
01
Portable
Panic
24-hour audible portable emergency buttons.
Police
Instant
02
Fixed Panic
24-hour silent fixed emergency buttons.
Silent
Instant
03
Portable
Panic
24-hour silent portable emergency buttons.
Silent
Instant
04
Fixed
Auxiliary
24-hour auxiliary sensor, such as Pendant
Panic or holdup button.
Auxiliary
Instant
√
√
1, 2, 3
05
Fixed
Auxiliary
24-hour auxiliary emergency button. Siren
shutoff confirms CS report.
Auxiliary
Instant
√
√
1, 2, 3
06
Portable
Auxiliary
24-hour portable auxiliary alert button.
Auxiliary
Instant
√
1, 2, 3
07
Portable
Auxiliary
24-hour portable auxiliary button. Siren
shutoff confirms CS report.
Auxiliary
Instant
√
1, 2, 3
08
Special Intru- Special belongings, such as gun cabinets and
sion
wall safes.
Police
Instant
√
√
√
1, 2, 3
09
Special Intru- Special belongings, such as gun cabinets and
sion
wall safes.
Police
Standard
√
√
√
1, 2, 3
10
Entry/Exit
Delay
Entry and exit doors that require a standard
delay time.
Police
Standard
√
√
√
√
2, 3
11
Entry/Exit
Delay
Garage doors and entrances that require an
extended delay time. *
Police
Extended
√
√
√
√
2, 3
12
Entry/Exit
Delay
Driveway gates and entrances that require a
twice extended delay time. *
Police
Twice
Extended
√
√
√
√
2, 3
13
Instant
Perimeter
Exterior doors and windows.
Police
Instant
√
√
√
√
2, 3
14
Instant
Interior
Interior doors.
Police
Follower
√
√
√
2, 3
15
Instant
Interior
Interior PIR motion sensors. *
Police
Follower
√
√
2, 3
16
Instant
Interior
Interior doors.
Police
Follower
√
√
3
17
Instant
Interior
PIR motion sensors. *
Police
Follower
√
√
3
18
Instant
Interior
PIR motion sensors subject to false alarms. *
Police
Follower
†
√
√
3
19
Delayed
Interior
Interior doors that initiate a delay before
going into alarm. *
Police
Standard
√
√
3
20
Delayed
Interior
PIR motion sensors that initiate a delay before Police
going into alarm. *
Standard
√
√
3
21
Local Instant 24-hour local alarm zone protecting anything
Interior
that opens and closes.
Police
Instant
√
√
1, 2, 3
22
Local
Delayed
Interior
Police
Standard
√
√
1, 2, 3
Same as group 21, plus activation initiates a
delay before going into alarm.
√
√
√
23
Local Instant 24-hour local alarm zone protecting anything
Auxiliary
that opens and closes. ‡
Auxiliary
Instant
√
√
1, 2, 3
24
Local Instant 24-hour local alarm zone protecting anything Auxiliary
Auxiliary
that opens and closes. Sirens shut off at restoral. *
Instant
√
√
1, 2, 3
Local Special Notify the user when a door is opened.
Chime
Sounds emit from a local annunciator. *
Instant
√
1, 2, 3
25
(Note: If using a PIR motion sensor, use only
ITI part no. 60-511.)
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Table B.1 Sensor Group Characteristics
No.
Name
Application
Alarm
Delay
Restoral
Supervisory
CS
Report
√
Chime
(Level 1
only)
Active
Levels
26
Fire
24-hour fire, rate-of-rise heat, and smoke
sensors.
Fire
Instant
√
√
27
Output
Module
Hardwire Output Module (HOM) lamp
control or other customer feature. ‡
Silent
Instant
√
√
1, 2, 3
28
Output
Module
HOM, PIR motion sensor, sound sensor, or
pressure mat. ‡
Silent
Instant
√
1, 2, 3
29
Auxiliary
Freeze sensor.
Auxiliary
Instant
33
Siren
Wireless Siren Supervision. ‡
Silent
Instant
34
Gas
Carbonmonoxide (CO) Gas Detectors ‡
Auxiliary
Instant
35
Local Instant Local alarm in levels 1 and 2.
Police (Day Report to CS in level 3.
Zone)
Police
Instant
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√(level 3
1, 2, 3
1, 2, 3
1, 2, 3
1, 2, 3
1, 2, 3
only)
Note: Check marks (√) represent characteristics present in a group.
* This group is not certified as a primary protection circuit for UL-listed systems and is for supplementary use only.
† Sounds instant police siren if two or more sensors are tripped within 4 minutes. Otherwise sensors are followers to delayed
sensors. If Alarm Verification is on, group 18 functions like group 17.
‡ This group has not been investigated by UL.
§ This group is required for UL-listed residential fire alarm applications.
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Table B.2 Sensor Text and Item Numbers
001—Aborted
002—AC
003—Access
004—Active
005—Activity
006—Alarm
007—All
008—AM
009—Area
010—Arm
011—Armed
012—Arming
013—Attic
014—Auxiliary
015—Away
016—Baby
017—Back
018—Bar
019—Basement
020—Bathroom
021—Battery
022—Bedroom
023—Bottom
024—Breezeway
025—Building
026—Bus
027—Bypass
028—Bypassed
029—Cabinet
030—Canceled
031—Car
032—Carbon Monoxide
033—Central
034—Chime
035—Closed
036—Closet
037—Closing
038—Code
039—Computer
040—Control
041—Date
042—Daughter’s
043—Degrees
044—Delay
045—Den
046—Desk
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047—Detector
048—Dining
049—Disarmed
050—Door
051—Down
052—Download
053—Downstairs
054—Drawer
055—Driveway
056—Duct
057—Duress
058—East
059—Energy Saver
060—Enter
061—Entry
062—Error
063—Exit
064—Exterior
065—Factory
066—Failure
067—Family
068—Father’s
069—Feature
070—Fence
071—Fire
072—First
073—Floor
074—Force
075—Foyer
076—Freeze
077—Front
078—Furnace
079—Gallery
080—Garage
081—Gas
082—Glass
083—Goodbye
084—Hallway
085—Heat
086—Hello
087—Help
088—High
089—Home
090—House
091—In
092—Install
093—Interior
094—Intrusion
095—Invalid
096—Is
097—Key
098—Kids
099—Kitchen
100—Latchkey
101—Laundry
102—Left
103—Level
104—Library
105—Light
106—Lights
107—Living
108—Load
109—Loading
110—Low
111—Lower
112—Main
113—Master
114—Mat
115—Medical
116—Memory
117—Menu
118—Mother’s
119—Motion
120—No
121—North
122—Not
123—Now
124—Number
125—Off
126—Office
127—OK
128—On
129—Open
130—Opening
131—Panic
132—Partition
133—Patio
134—Pet
135—Phone
136—Please
137—PM
138—Police
139—Pool
185—0
140—Porch
186—1
141—Power
187—2
142—Press
188—3
143—Program
189—4
144—Progress
190—5
145—Quiet
191—6
146—Rear
192—7
147—Receiver
193—8
148—Report
194—9
149—RF
195—A
150—Right
196—B
151—Room
197—C
152—Safe
198—D
153—Schedule
199—E
154—Screen
200—F
155—Second
201—G
156—Sensor
202—H
157—Service
203—I
158—Shed
204—J
159—Shock
205—K
160—Side
206—L
161—Siren
207—M
162—Sliding
208—N
163—Smoke
209—O
164—Son’s
210—P
165—Sound
211—Q
166—South
212—R
167—Special
213—S
168—Stairs
214—T
169—Stay
215—U
170—Supervisory
216—V
171—System
217—W
172—Tamper
218—X
173—Temperature
219—Y
174—Test
220—Z
175—Time
221— (space)
176—To
222—’(apostrophe)
177—Touchpad
223— - (dash)
178—Trouble
224— _ (underscore)
179—Unbypass
225— *
180—Unit
226— #
181—Up
227— :
182—West
228— /
183—Window
229— ?
184—Zone
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Appendix C: Reference Tables
Appendix C: Reference Tables
Table C.1 System Event Trigger Numbers
System Event
Description
Trigger
No.
Interior Siren
Activation follows all system noises
017
AVM Trip (pulse)
When an AVM alarm
occurs, output is deactivated for 10 ms
018
Ready LED
Follows the state of the
FDT green LED
019
Tamper Condition
When any tamper is tripped
020
Closing Report Sent
When a closing report has
been successfully transmitted to the central station.
021
Group XX in Alarm
When any sensor in group
XX goes into alarm
see
Table C.2
Sensor XX in Alarm
When sensor number XX
goes into alarm
see
Table C.3
Sensor XX Open
When sensor number XX is
opened
see
Table C.3
Table C.1 System Event Trigger Numbers
System Event
Description
Trigger
No.
Null Trigger
(used for direct control)
Activated only by schedule
or direct command.
000
Fire Alarm
When Fire sirens are
started.
001
Police Alarm
When Police sirens are
started.
002
Auxiliary Alarm
When Auxiliary sirens are
started.
003
Any Audible Alarm
When any of the above
sirens are started.
004
Silent Alarm (sensor
groups 2, 3, and
duress)
When a sensor in group 2
or 3 goes into alarm or
when a duress alarm is activated (does not include
groups 25, 27, 28, or 32).
005
Any Audible or Silent
Alarm
When any alarm is started
(does not include groups
25, 27, 28, or 32).
006
HOM Group 27, 28, 32
in Alarm
When a sensor in group 27,
28, or 32 goes into alarm.
007
Major Trouble (phone
or receiver failure)
When a receiver failure
(S94) or a phone failure
(S96) occurs.
008
Arming to STAY or
AWAY
When the panel is armed to
level 2 or 3.
009
Arming to AWAY
When the panel is armed to
level 3.
010
AVM is Interactive
(audio session in
progress)
When the central station
operator begins listening or
talking to the premises.
011
Fail-to-Communicate
(panel can’t call CS or
pager)
When the fail-to-communicate output is activated.
012
AVM Trip (edge)
When an AVM alarm
occurs, output is activated
momentarily.
013
Keychain Touchpad
Star Button-Press
When the star button on a
keychain touchpad is
pressed.
014
Smoke Power (for
resetting 4-wire smoke
detectors)
Deactivated when hardwire smoke detectors need
to be reset.
015
Exterior Siren
Activated for police or fire
alarms.
016
Table C.2 Sensor Group Event Trigger Numbers
Sensor Group
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Trigger
No.
Group 00 in alarm
064
Group 01 in alarm
065
Group 02 in alarm
066
Group 03 in alarm
067
Group 04 in alarm
068
Group 05 in alarm
069
Group 06 in alarm
070
Group 07 in alarm
071
Group 08 in alarm
072
Group 09 in alarm
073
Group 10 in alarm
074
Group 11 in alarm
075
Group 12 in alarm
076
Group 13 in alarm
077
Group 14 in alarm
078
Group 15 in alarm
079
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Appendix C: Reference Tables
Table C.2 Sensor Group Event Trigger Numbers
Sensor Group
Trigger
No.
Sensor
Number
State
Trigger
No.
State
Trigger
No.
Group 16 in alarm
080
Sensor 12
in alarm
140
open
268
Group 17 in alarm
081
Sensor 13
in alarm
141
open
269
Group 18 in alarm
082
Sensor 14
in alarm
142
open
270
Group 19 in alarm
083
Sensor 15
in alarm
143
open
271
Group 20 in alarm
084
Sensor 16
in alarm
144
open
272
Group 21 in alarm
085
Sensor 17
in alarm
145
open
273
Group 22 in alarm
086
Sensor 18
in alarm
146
open
274
Group 23 in alarm
087
Sensor 19
in alarm
147
open
275
Group 24 in alarm
088
Sensor 20
in alarm
148
open
276
Group 25 in alarm
089
Sensor 21
in alarm
149
open
277
Group 26 in alarm
090
Sensor 22
in alarm
150
open
278
Group 27 in alarm
091
Sensor 23
in alarm
151
open
279
Group 28 in alarm
092
Sensor 24
in alarm
152
open
280
Group 29 in alarm
093
Sensor 25
in alarm
153
open
281
Group 32 in alarm
096
Sensor 26
in alarm
154
open
282
Group 33 in alarm
097
Sensor 27
in alarm
155
open
283
Group 34 in alarm
098
Sensor 28
in alarm
156
open
284
Group 35 in alarm
099
Sensor 29
in alarm
157
open
285
Sensor 30
in alarm
158
open
286
Sensor 31
in alarm
159
open
287
Sensor 32
in alarm
160
open
288
Sensor 33
in alarm
161
open
289
Sensor 34
in alarm
162
open
290
Sensor 35
in alarm
163
open
291
Sensor 36
in alarm
164
open
292
Sensor 37
in alarm
165
open
293
Sensor 38
in alarm
166
open
294
Sensor 39
in alarm
167
open
295
Sensor 40
in alarm
168
open
296
Sensor 41
in alarm
169
open
297
Sensor 42
in alarm
170
open
298
Sensor 43
in alarm
171
open
299
Sensor 44
in alarm
172
open
300
Sensor 45
in alarm
173
open
301
Sensor 46
in alarm
174
open
302
Table C.3 Sensor Number Event Trigger Numbers
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Table C.3 Sensor Number Event Trigger Numbers
Sensor
Number
State
Trigger
No.
State
Trigger
No.
Sensor 01
in alarm
129
open
257
Sensor 02
in alarm
130
open
258
Sensor 03
in alarm
131
open
259
Sensor 04
in alarm
132
open
260
Sensor 05
in alarm
133
open
261
Sensor 06
in alarm
134
open
262
Sensor 07
in alarm
135
open
263
Sensor 08
in alarm
136
open
264
Sensor 09
in alarm
137
open
265
Sensor 10
in alarm
138
open
266
Sensor 11
in alarm
139
open
267
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Appendix C: Reference Tables
Table C.3 Sensor Number Event Trigger Numbers
Sensor
Number
State
Trigger
No.
State
Trigger
No.
Sensor 47
in alarm
175
open
303
Sensor 48
in alarm
176
open
304
Sensor 49
in alarm
177
open
305
Sensor 50
in alarm
178
open
306
Sensor 51
in alarm
179
open
307
Sensor 52
in alarm
180
open
308
Sensor 53
in alarm
181
open
309
Sensor 54
in alarm
182
open
310
Sensor 55
in alarm
183
open
311
Sensor 56
in alarm
184
open
Sensor 57
in alarm
185
Sensor 58
in alarm
Sensor 59
Table C.4 System Feature Event Trigger Numbers
Feature
State
Trigger
No.
Phone Test
initiated
225
AC Failure
for 15
minutes
226
CPU Low Battery
detected (excluding first
minute after power-up)
227
Auto Phone Test
begun
228
Receiver Failure
detected
229
Back In Service
alarm (AC loss, battery
drain, then AC restore)
230
312
Phone Failure
detected
231
open
313
Buffer Full
detected
232
186
open
314
Two Trip Error
detected
233
in alarm
187
open
315
System Tamper
alarm (40 incorrect code
entry keystrokes)
236
Sensor 60
in alarm
188
open
316
Freeze
alarm
237
Sensor 61
in alarm
189
open
317
No Activity
alarm
238
Sensor 62
in alarm
190
open
318
Fire Panic
alarm
239
Sensor 63
in alarm
191
open
319
Police Panic
alarm
240
Sensor 64
in alarm
192
open
320
Auxiliary Panic
alarm
241
Sensor 65
in alarm
193
open
321
Opening Report
occurred
242
Sensor 66
in alarm
194
open
322
Closing Report
occurred
243
Sensor 67
in alarm
195
open
323
244
in alarm
196
open
324
Latchkey Opening or
Closing
occurred
Sensor 68
Sensor 69
in alarm
197
open
325
Duress
alarm
245
Sensor 70
in alarm
198
open
326
Force Armed Report
occurred
246
Sensor 71
in alarm
199
open
327
Fire in Partition
alarm
247
Sensor 72
in alarm
200
open
328
Recent Closing Report
occurred
248
Sensor 73
in alarm
201
open
329
Sensor Test
entered
249
Sensor 74
in alarm
202
open
330
Sensor 75
in alarm
203
open
331
Sensor 76
in alarm
204
open
332
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Table C.5 Response Characteristics
Response
Characteristics
Description
Momentary trip time
The point will remain activated for nn
seconds (n is 1-12 seconds). The default is
4 seconds
3 minute trip time
The point will remain activated for 3
minutes
Siren-time trip time
The point will remain activated while the
interior siren is sounding
Sustained trip time
The point will remain activated for the
duration of the event
Siren pattern
The point will activate and deactivate
according to the current alarm type:
Auxiliary -- fast on/off/on
Police -- constant on
Fire -- repeating)
Trip delay
Notes for Table C.6 Response Numbers
1. If an event does not trigger sirens, siren tracking response
numbers activate without turning on the output. If sirens
are triggered by another event, the output pulses to match
the siren.
If the siren cadence changes (from police to fire, for
example), outputs set up for siren tracking change to
match the siren and all pulsing outputs pulse to one common cadence.
Note
The mechanical lifetime of the relay may be exceeded
if an output is set up for a siren tracking response and
a pulsing siren (auxiliary or fire) is active for long time
periods. A SnapCard relay output’s lifetime expectancy is about 350 total pulsing hours.
2.
3.
The point will activate 30 seconds after the
trigger event occurs
4.
Table C.6 Response Numbers
Siren
Tracking
80
Trip
Delay
Response
Time
Response
No.
no
no
momentary
00
no
no
3 minutes5
01
no
no
2
siren time
02
no
no
sustained3
03
no
yes4
momentary
04
no
yes
4
5
05
no
yes4
siren time2
06
no
yes
4
yes1
no
momentary
08
yes1
no
3 minutes5
09
yes
1
no
2
siren time
10
yes
1
no
sustained
3
11
yes1
yes4
momentary
12
yes1
yes4
3 minutes5
13
yes
1
yes
4
2
siren time
14
yes
1
yes
4
3
15
3 minutes
sustained
sustained
3
If an event does not trigger sirens, siren time response
times activate outputs only if sirens are active for another
reason.
If an alarm event does not necessarily require disarming
(no activity, closing report, etc.), outputs set up for a sustained response time remain activated until the next arming level change.
If an event occurs that activates an output set up for trip
delay, the delay and output activation can be canceled by
trigger event restoral.
Note
The trip delay is factory set for 30 seconds and cannot
be changed.
5.
Activated outputs set up for a 3-minute response time
remain active for the entire three minutes. To deactivate
the output before the 3-minute time expires, you must
enter program mode or remove panel power.
Activated outputs set up for a momentary or 3-minute
response time restart if the same trigger event occurs
again.
07
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Programming Mode Menus and Settings
Programming Mode Menus and Settings
To enter Programming Mode:
8 + Installer or
Dealer Code + 0 + 0
TIER 1 MENUS
TIER 2 MENUS
#
Security
B
Phones
(Continued)
System Programming
B
A
*
#
A
Partition 1
Copy
A
B
A
Exit
Programming
B
*
0010
A
A
Dealer Code
✲✲✲✲
0002
B
A
B
A
A
*
#
*
Phone Number
Phone Number
Phone Number
0100
0110
0120
B
B
A
B
B
A
High Lev Rpts
On Off
0101
A
Quick Exit
On Off
0022
Quick Exit
On Off
0012
*
#
Account
Number 00000
0020
Quick Arm
On Off
0021
Quick Arm
On Off
0011
B
*
#
A
A
A
#
Account
Number 00000
Installer Code
4321
0001
Clear
Memory
B
*
CS Phone 3
CS Phone 2
CS Phone 1
A
#
B
B
B
Partition 2
Partition 1
Downloader
Code 12345
0000
*
B
A
#
B
A
B
Global
Demo Kit
On Off
B
*
#
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
High Lev Rpts
On Off
0111
High Lev Rpts
On Off
0121
B
B
A
A
Low Lev Rpts
On Off
0102
Low Lev Rpts
On Off
0112
Low Lev Rpts
On Off
0122
B
B
B
A
A
A
Exit Extension
On Off
0013
Exit Extension
On Off
0023
Exception Rpts
On Off
0103
Exception Rpts
On Off
0113
Exception Rpts
On Off
0123
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
Auto Stay Arming
On Off
Auto Stay Arming
On Off
0014
0024
B
A
B
Keyswitch
Sensor
Open/Close
Rpts On Off
0104
B
0025
A
B
Keyswitch Style
Transition State
0026
B
B
Duress Code
✲✲✲✲
0017
B
Reporting
Format
SIA CID
0106
A
A
A
Open/Close
Rpts On Off
0114
Open/Close
Rpts On Off
0124
B
B
A
B
Reporting
Format
SIA CID
0116
A
Backup
On Off
Backup
On Off
0115
0105
A
Keyswitch Style
Transition State
0016
A
A
Backup
On Off
Keyswitch
Sensor
0015
B
A
A
0125
A
B
A
Reporting
Format
SIA CID
0126
A
Duress Code
✲✲✲✲
0027
Notes
1. Underlined settings indicate defaults.
2. Shortcut numbers appear in the lower-left
corner of each menu box, where applicable.
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Programming Mode Menus and Settings
TIER 2 MENUS (cont.)
B
Phones (cont.)
A
B
A
B
Pager
Phone 1
A
*
#
B
Pager
Phone 2
A
*
#
B
Pager
Phone 3
A
*
#
B
Pager
Phone 4
Pager
Phone 5
A
#
*
#
B
A
*
Downloader
Phone
#
*
Phone Number
Phone Number
Phone Number
Phone Number
Phone Number
Phone Number
0130
0140
0150
0160
0170
0180
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
High Lev Rpts
On Off
High Lev Rpts
On Off
High Lev Rpts
On Off
High Lev Rpts
On Off
High Lev Rpts
On Off
0131
B
0141
B
0151
B
0161
B
0171
B
A
Low Lev Rpts
On Off
0132
B
A
Low Lev Rpts
On Off
0142
A
B
A
Low Lev Rpts
On Off
0152
A
B
A
Low Lev Rpts
On Off
0162
A
B
A
Low Lev Rpts
On Off
0172
A
B
A
Exception Rpts
On Off
Exception Rpts
On Off
Exception Rpts
On Off
Exception Rpts
On Off
Exception Rpts
On Off
0133
B
0143
B
0153
B
0163
B
0173
B
A
Open/Close
Rpts On Off
0134
B
A
Open/Close
Rpts On Off
A
0144
B
A
Open/Close
Rpts On Off
A
0154
B
A
Open/Close
Rpts On Off
A
0164
B
A
Open/Close
Rpts On Off
A
0174
B
A
Latchkey Rpts
On Off
Latchkey Rpts
On Off
Latchkey Rpts
On Off
Latchkey Rpts
On Off
0135
0145
0155
0165
0175
A
Streamlining
On Off
0136
B
B
A
Streamlining
On Off
0146
A
B
B
A
Streamlining
On Off
0156
A
B
B
A
Streamlining
On Off
0166
A
B
B
A
Streamlining
On Off
0176
A
B
A
*
#
B
B
Global
A
Ptn Assignment
1 2
Ptn Assignment
1 2
Ptn Assignment
1 2
Ptn Assignment
1 2
Ptn Assignment
1 2
0137
0147
0157
0167
0177
Partition 2
Partition 1
A
A
*
#
Phone Test
On Off
02000
B
A
Auto Phone
Test On Off
02001
B
A
Auto Test Reset
On Off
02002
B
A
Remote Access
On Off
0211
Remote Access
On Off
0221
B
A
B
A
Ring/Hang/
Ring
Ring/Hang/
Ring
On Off
On Off
0212
B
0222
B
A
B
Toll Saver
On Off
0214
Dialer Abort
On Off
02005
0224
B
A
Phone Panic
On Off
B
B
A
Phone Panic
On Off
0215
A
A
0225
B
A
Dial Abort Delay
30 secs (15-120)
Phone ACC Key
# ✱
Phone ACC Key
# ✱
02006
0216
0226
B
A
Cancel Message
On Off
02007
B
A
Pager Delay
15 secs (0-30)
02008
B
A
Call Wait
Cancel
02009
B
A
Dial Tone Detect
On Off
02010
82
A
A
Toll Saver
On Off
A
B
Local Phone
Ctrl
On Off
0220
B
A
0213
A
B
Local Phone
Ctrl
On Off
0210
B
A
Line Fail Delay
None (10-240)
Comm Failure
On Off
02003
B
*
#
*
#
DTMF Dialing
On Off
02004
Latchkey Rpts
On Off
B
B
Phone Options
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TIER 2 MENUS (cont.)
B
B
A
Timers
A
*
#
B
Partition 1
*
*
#
Supervs. Time
Rndm 1:00-4:00
0300
32 secs (32-240)
32 secs (32-240)
0310
0320
B
B
RF Tx Timeout
12 hours (2-24)
0301
B
A
B
0400
A
Exit Delay
Exit Delay
64 secs (48-184)
0311
0321
A
B
B
House Code
1B (1-255)
0401
A
#
*
Entry Lights
0410
A
B
Partition 1
Partition 2
A
#
Entry Lights
64 secs (48-184)
B
*
#
Entry Delay
A
B
A
Entry Delay
A
A
*
#
Global
Partition 2
A
#
B
Touchpad
Options
B
Partition 2
A
*
A
*
#
B
Partition 1
Global
#
B
Light Control
B
A
House Code
2C (1-255)
0411
*
Latchkey Zones
None (1-76)
0500
A
*
#
Fire Panic
On Off
0510
B
*
#
Fire Panic
On Off
0520
A
B
A
Auxiliary Panic
On Off
0511
Auxiliary Panic
On Off
0521
B
B
A
A
Ph. Test Freq
7 days (1-255)
0302
B
A
Extended Delay
4 mins (1-8)
0312
Extended Delay
4 mins (1-8)
0322
Police Panic
On Off
0512
Police Panic
On Off
0522
B
B
B
B
Next Ph. Test
7 days (1-255)
0303
Siren Timeout
4 mins (1-30)
B
0313
A
Output Trip
Time
4 sec (1-12)
0304
B
A
A
A
Siren Timeout
4 mins (1-30)
0323
A
Keychain TP
Arm On Off
0513
B
A
Keychain TP
Arm On Off
0523
A
Star is No Delay
On Off
0514
B
A
Star is No Delay
On Off
0524
Act. Timeout
24 hours (1-42)
0305
B
A
Daylight Sav.
On Off
0306
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Programming Mode Menus and Settings
TIER 2 MENUS (cont.)
B
A
B
Reporting
*
#
A
A
B
B
A
B
B
A
Recent Closings
On Off
06202
B
A
A
B
B
A
Batt. Restoral
On Off
06005
B
A
B
B
Buffer Full Rpt
On Off
06006
Latchkey Format
On Off
06106
B
B
Zone Restorals
On Off
06007
B
A
Two Trip Error
On Off
06008
B
A
AC Failure
On Off
06010
B
*
#
Disable Trouble
Beeps On Off
0701
Sensor Group
0
B
#
A
UL 98 Options
On Off
0702
B
*
Trip
Sensor n
#
Text for
Sensor
n
Sensor Partition
1
A
*
#
*
Sn P1 Gnn
NC/NO/TP
RF/HW
Delete Sensor
n
*
Sn n Item 0
0-
*
#
B
Sensor Ptn
n
Done
B
B
Alarm Verify
On Off
06208
B
B
A
A
8 6 9 0 G 0 7 A .D S F
A
System Tamper
On Off
06209
B RF Low Bat Rpt B RF Supv Rpt
Weekly
Weekly
Daily
Daily
A
A
06012
06013
B
Swinger Limit
1 (1-2)
A 06014
B
A
Program
Reporting
On Off
A
Sensor Group
nn
A
Alarm Verify
On Off
06108
Receiver Fail
On Off
A 06011
*
#
A
B
*
#
A
B
A
#
Latchkey Format
On Off
06206
Freeze Alarm
On Off
06207
A
*
Edit Sensors
A 083
A
Freeze Alarm
On Off
06107
System Tamper
On Off
06109
TP Panic RPT
FMT On Off
06009
B
A
A 081
#
Siren Verify
On Off
0710
Delete
Sensors
A 082
Sensor Text
A
Force Armed
On Off
06205
A
B
*
B
Global Fire
On Off
0704
Force Armed
On Off
06105
A
#
B
SWS Supv Code
003 (1-255)
0703
Duress
On Off
06204
Duress
On Off
06104
A
A
No Activity
On Off
06203
B
A
Low CPU
Battery On Off
06004
84
A
No Activity
On Off
06103
Bypass Reports
On Off
06003
B
A
B
A
B
Closing Rpts
On Off
06201
Recent Closings
On Off
06102
Back in Service
On Off
06002
B
A
*
Immediate
Beeps On Off
0700
Opening Rpts
On Off
06200
Closing Rpts
On Off
06101
A
#
*
B
Learn
Sensors
080
Partition 1
A
*
#
A
#
Opening Rpts
On Off
06100
Buffer Control
On Off
06001
B
*
#
24 Hour Tamper
On Off
06000
B
Global
A
*
B
A
*
B
Sensors
B
Partition 2
Partition 1
A
#
#
B
B
Global
B
Siren Options
B
A
06015
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Programming Mode Menus and Settings
TIER 2 MENUS (cont.)
B
B
Audio Verification
A
Accessory Modules
A
*
#
*
#
B
Partition 1
Bus Devices
*
#
B
SnapCards
A
*
#
Audio Verify
On Off
0900
Maximum of 16
bus devices.
*
#
Unit - ID
100nn (nn=00-15)
A
*
#
Audio Mode
1
0901
B
A
Fire Shutdown
On Off
0902
B
B
Output
Programming
#
Output
Text
A
*
#
*
A
Silent Talkback
On Off
0903
B
B
A
Output 1
Access Timeout
90 secs
0904
B
*
#
Beep Delay
2 secs
0905
A
*
#
*
#
B
B
Device
Partition
A
*
#
101000
101010
101020
101030
A
Device ID
nnnnnnnn
B
Keypad
Options
B
A
Configuration
00410
101011
B
A
Configuration
00903
101021
*
Partition
Assign
1 2
*
#
Status Beeps
On Off
B
A
Key Beeps
On Off
*
A
*
#
Freeze Temp
(40°-90°F) 42°F
B
Configuration
01003
101031
B
Output 1
10110
A
*
#
Output 2
Item n
B
Output 3
A 10111
*
Output 1
Item n
B
Output 2
Output 4
10112
A 10113
*
#
Output 3
Item n
*
#
Output 4
Item n
Output n
*
#
Partition
Assign
1 2
Temperature
(40°-90°F)
B
A
Configuration
✲✲✲✲✲
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A
Outputs
A
#
B
#
B
Energy
Options
A
A
#
*
Partition Assign
1 2
Partition Assign
1 2
menus available will depend on SuperBus
* The
device(s) installed.
Change ID
#
Partition Assign
1 2
Configuration
01400
101001
Access Code
✲✲✲✲
0906
Output 4
A
Partition Assign
1 2
B
A
B
Output 3
A
A
B
B
Output 2
8 6 9 0 G 0 8 A .D S F
85
Programming Mode Menus and Settings
Press B to return
to Security Menu.
TIER 2 MENUS
B
A
Onboard Options
A
*
#
B
Inputs
B
Output
Programming
*
#
Smoke Verify
On Off
1100
B
A
Two-Wire Smk
On Off
1101
Output
Text
A
A
#
B
#
*
*
B
B
Output 1
Output 1
Output 2
#
Partition
Assign
1 2
11100
B
*
A
Configuration
01614
11101
Output 2
A 1121
1120
A
#
Partition
Assign
1 2
11110
*
B
*
#
Output 1
Item n
*
#
Output 2
Item n
A
Configuration
01710
11111
8 6 9 0 G 0 9 A .D S F
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System Wiring Notes
Note 1
Note 6
Class II power transformer must be plugged into an unswitched AC power receptacle. Do not short the transformer terminals together. The transformer
contains an internal fuse that permanently disables the output if the terminals
are shorted.
For UL Listed installations, wire multiple supervised hardwire smoke detectors (10 maximum) only as shown. Maximum 10 uA current draw per detector. Maximum 80 mA current draw in alarm.
Note 7
Note 2
Some telephones are polarity-sensitive. Green and red wires may need to be
reversed.
An alphanumeric touchpad is required for on-site programming.
Note 3
Note 8
Speaker terminals 7 and 8 activate only for alarms in partition 1. Use speakers
with an 8-ohm or higher impedance. When connecting two or more 8-ohm
speakers, they must be wired in series as shown in the wiring diagram. Wiring
two or more 8-ohm speakers in parallel can permanently damage the panel.
A maximum of two Audio Verification Modules (60-677) are allowed (partition 1 only). Wire multiple speakers in series, and power and microphone
wires in parallel. Use shielded cable where shown in diagram to prevent crosstalk between the speaker and microphone. Audio Verification Modules shall
not be used in UL Listed installations.
Note 4
Onboard outputs 1 and 2 are open-collector type rated for 200 mA maximum.
Output 1 defaults to configuration number 01614 (exterior siren). Output 2
defaults to configuration number 01710 (interior siren). Refer to panel installation instructions for all possible settings.
Note 9
Connect multiple piezo sirens in parallel. Slim Line Hardwire Interior Siren
status volume switch settings have no effect.
Note 10
Note 5
Zone (loop) wiring shown is an example that applies to all zones (except when
zone 8 is configured for 2-wire smoke detectors). Install EOL resistors across
all unused zone (loop) inputs.
Refer to the SuperBus 2000 Energy Saver Module Installation Instructions for
thermostat wiring details.
Note 11
Wire Hardwire Module zone (loop) inputs as shown for the panel. Install EOL
resistors across all unused zone (loop) inputs. Refer to the Module Installation
Instructions for complete details.
ALL PANEL TERMINAL CONNECTIONS ARE CLASS II POWER LIMITED
6
7
9
8
10
11
12
13
GND
ZONE
3
ZONE
4
14
15
16
GND
ZONE
5
ZONE
6
GND
ZONE
7
17
18
19
20
21
2-WIRE
SMOKE
POWER
+
TELCO
TIP
HOUSE
TIP
HOUSE
RING
TELCO
RING
22
23
24
25
26
27
NOTE 4
NOTE 3:
13-060
(15 WATT)
8 - OHM
SPEAKER
CLASS II
24 VAC
30 OR 50 VA
7
8
NOTE 1: CLASS II POWER
TRANSFORMER
60-761, 60-762,
60-778, or 60-779
NOTE 5:
PIR MOTION
SENSOR 13-082
NOTE 5:
NORMALLY
CLOSED
(N/C)
CONTACTS
IN SERIES
SPEAKER
NOTE 5:
NORMALLY
OPEN
(N/O)
CONTACTS
IN PARALLEL
NOTE 3:
2 8-OHM
SPEAKERS
IN SERIES
(16 OHMS)
2k Ohm
EOL RESISTOR
49-454
- +
2k Ohm EOL
RESISTOR 49-454
(LOCATE AT
LAST DEVICE)
SPLICE
NOTES 3 & 8:
AUDIO VERIFICATION MODULE, 60-677
LP
NOTES 4 & 9:
SLIM LINE HARDWIRE
INTERIOR SIREN
60-483-01
-
+
-
+
BRN
GRY
GRN
RED
NOTE 6:
2-WIRE
HARDWIRE
SMOKE/HEAT
DETECTOR
(10 MAXIMUM)
LN
2k Ohm EOL
RESISTOR
49-454
(LOCATE AT
SENSOR)
NOTE 3: HARDWIRE INTERIOR SPEAKER 60-528
DB-8
CORD
NOTE 7:
RJ-31X (CA-38A)
PHONE JACK
RED
NOTE 2:
SUPERBUS 2000 FIXED
DISPLAY TOUCHPAD (60-820)
OR
2X16 LCD ALPHANUMERIC
TOUCHPAD (60-746-01)
ZONE
2
GREEN
5
ZONE
1
BLACK
4
MIC.
IN
BROWN
3
SPEAKER
OUTPUT OUTPUT
2
1
GREEN
BUS
B
WHITE
2
BUS
A
GREEN
1
GND
+ 12
BUS
RED
24
VAC
BLACK
24
VAC
ZONE
8
2-WIRE
SMOKE
IN
RED
(See notes on other side.)
8690G13A.DSF
GRAY
SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAM
2k Ohm EOL
RESISTOR 49-454
(LOCATE AT LAST
DETECTOR)
WHITE OR
YELLOW
TO PANEL
TERMINAL 4
TELCO
PROTECTOR
BLOCK
NOTES 4 & 9:
HARDWIRE
EXTERIOR
SIREN 13-046
NOT
USED
PHONE
CONNECTIONS
TIP
(+)
RING
(-)
GRN
RED
RJ-31X
PHONE
LINE
WIRE
RUN
BLACK
GREEN
YELLOW
RED
1
2
3
HIGH GND LOW
SPLICE
SEPARATE
WIRE
CABLES
8
OPTIONAL SUPERBUS 2000 MODULE CONNECTIONS
PANEL
5
TERMINALS
4
PANEL
TERMINALS
3
4
6
3
5
THERMOSTAT
NOTE 10: SUPERBUS 2000
ENERGY SAVER MODULE
60-620-01
TO FURNACE
1
2
3
4
5
6
NOTE 11: SUPERBUS 2000
4-RELAY OUTPUT MODULE
60-770
5
6
3
DB-8
CORD
1
+ 1 2 V
A
2
B
3
4
G N D
5
G N D
6
7
S P K 1 S P K 2
8
9
1 0
A U D 1 A U D 2 G N D
1 1
T IP 1
1 2
T IP 2
1 3
R IN G
2
1 4
R IN G
1
PLUG
BRN
GRY
GRN
RED
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
ZONE 8
ZONE COMMON
ZONE 7
ZONE 6
ZONE COMMON
ZONE 5
ZONE 4
ZONE COMMON
ZONE 3
ZONE 2
ZONE COMMON
ZONE 1
4
ZONE COM
ZONE 1
NO 4
COM 4
NC 4
NO 3
COM 3
NC 3
NO 2
COM 2
NC 2
NO 1
COM 1
NC 1
PANEL
TERMINALS
NOTE 11:
SUPERBUS 2000 8Z
INPUT MODULE 60-774
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
NOTES 3 & 7: SUPERBUS 2000 PHONE INTERFACE/VOICE MODULE 60-777-01
6
GND
+12V
3
4
A BUS B
5
PANEL TERMINALS
6
SPEAKER
7
GRN
BRN
GRY
RED
24
25
26
27
8
(PARTITION 1
VOICE MODULE
ONLY)
RED
7
4
3
9
10
GRAY
11
N O T
U S E D
4
BROWN
3
TO
PREMISES
PHONES
BLACK
4
GREEN
CABLE
SHIELD
WIRE
RED
TO PANEL TERMINALS 7 & 8
OR
PHONE INTERFACE/VOICE MODULE
TERMINALS 6 & 7
WHITE
OR
YELLOW
NOTE 7:
RJ-31X (CA-38A)
PHONE JACK
Index
Index
Numerics
24-Hour Tamper 37
A
AC Failure reports 38
Account Number 25
Activity Timeout 34
Alarm Verify 41
Attach Lights to Sensors 55
Audio Access Code 45
Audio Mode 44
Audio Verify 44
Auto Force Armed 40
Auto Phone Test 31
Auto Stay Arming 26
Auto Test Reset 31
Auxiliary Panic 36
B
Back In Service 37
Backup
(Central
Station
Phones) 28
Battery Restoral reports 38
Beep Delay 45
Buffer Control 37
Buffer Full Report 38
Bus Device Output Programming 46
Bypass Reports 37
C
Call Wait Cancel 32
Cancel Message 32
central station 27
Chime On Close 53
Clear Memory 24
Closing Reports 39
codes
Partition Master 51
System Master 51, 52
user 50
COMM Failure 31
Concord
basic commands 56
D
Date 50
Daylight Savings 35
Dealer Code 25
Delete Sensors 44
Demo Kit Mode 24
Device ID 46
Dial Tone Detect 32
Dialer Abort 31
Dialer Abort Delay 32
Direct Bypassing 51
Disable Trouble Beeps 41
Downloader Code 25
Downloader Phone Number
30, 56
Downloader programming 56
Downloading option in User
programming 52
DTMF Dialing 31
Duress Code 27
Duress Option 40
E
Edit Sensors 44
Energy Saver Menu 55
Entry Delay 35
Entry Lights, Lights Entry 36
ESM temperature 47
Exception Reports 28, 54
Exit Delay 35
Exit Extension 26
Extended Delay 35
F
Fire Panic 36
Fire Shutdown 44
Force Armed 40
Freeze Alarm 40
Freeze Temperature 47
G
Global Fire 42
H
High Level Reports 28
High Setpoint 55
House Code 36
I
Immediate Beeps 41
Installer Code 25
K
Key Beeps 47
Keychain Star Is No Delay 37
Keychain Touchpad Arming
37
Keyswitch Arming 26, 27
Keyswitch Sensor 26
Keyswitch Style 27
L
Latchkey Format 40
Latchkey Report 51
Latchkey Reports 30, 54
Latchkey Zones 36
Learn Sensors 43
Lights 54
Line Fail Delay 33
Local Phone Control 32
Low CPU Battery 37
Low Level Reports 28
Low Setpoint 55
M
Master code 51, 52
N
Next Phone Test 34
No Activity reports 39
O
Onboard Output Text 49
Onboard Outputs 49
onboard outputs 58
Open/Close Reports 28
Opening Reports 39
Output 1, 2 49
Output Scheduling 54
Output Trip Time 34
P
Pager Delay 32
Partition 1 Copy 24
Partition Assignment 30, 46
Partition Jump 51
Partition Master Code 51
Phone Access Key 33
phone numbers
central station 27
Downloader 30
Phone Test (on/off) 30
Phone Test Frequency 34
Police Panic 37
Program Report 39
programming
Downloader 56
programming menus
Tier 2
Accessory Modules 45
Onboard Options 48
Sensors 42
User Programming 50
89
Index
Q
Quick Arm 26
Quick Exit 26
R
Receiver Failure reports 38
Recent Closings 39
relay outputs 47
Remote Access 32, 51
Response Numbers 80
RF Low Battery Report 38
RF Supv Report 39
RF TX Timeout 34
Ring/Hang/Ring 33
RJ-31X Phone Jack 20
S
Scheduled Arming 54
Schedules 53
sensor group event trigger
numbers 77
sensor number event trigger
numbers 78
Sensor Text 43, 48, 49
setting the system
date 50
time 50
setting up for bypassing 51
setting up for system tests 51
SIA/CID Reporting 28
Silent Arming 52, 54
Silent Talkback 45
Siren Options 41
Siren Timeout 35
Siren Verify 42
Smoke Verify 48
Snapcard Output Programming
47
SnapCard Output Text 48
SnapCards
relay outputs 47
Star Is No Delay 37
Status Beeps 47
Streamlining 30, 57
Supervisory Time 34
Swinger Limit 39
SWS Code 42
System Date 50
system feature event trigger
numbers 79
90
System Master Code 51, 52
System Tests 51
System Time 50
System Version 55
T
Temperature 47
testing
central station/pager communication 57
outputs 58
phone communication 57
the system 56
zones/sensors 56
Time 50
Toll Saver 33
Touchpad Brightness 52
TP Panic RPT FMT 38
trigger numbers 77, 78, 79
Two Trip Error 38
Two Wire Smoke 48
U
Unit ID 46
User Codes 50, 51
V
Voice Chime 52
Volume 52
W
Wire Length 8
Z
Zone Restorals 38
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