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DS7060 Control/Communicator
Normal Arming
Perimeter Arming, no entry delay
Perimeter Arming, with entry delay
Maximum Security Arming
Force Arming
Zone Bypass
Custom Arm
Quick Arm
Chime Mode
Zone Test
Read Alarm History
Battery Test
Communicator Test
Fire Reset
Fire Trouble
Remote Program Dial Out
Remote Program Answer
Local Battery/Sounder Test
Error Display
Error Display Reset
Clear Zone Bypass
Guest Code Enable
NOTE: Examples are shown in Commercial Mode, but are valid for any mode.
Detection Systems PTY Ltd.
Unit 21, 45 Gilby Road
Mount Waverley 3149, Australia
61 3 9558 8088
Fax: 61 3 9588 8089
Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc.
Reference Guide
for the
Keypad Quick Reference Guide
Turning On (arming) your System
Turning Off (disarming) your System
PIN + [Off]
Commands for other System Features
Detection Systems, Inc., 130 Perinton Parkway, Fairport, New York, USA 14450-9199
(716) 223-4060 • (800) 289-0096 • Fax: (716) 223-9180
PIN + [On]
PIN + [No Entry] [Perimeter Only]
PIN + [Perimeter Only]
PIN + [No Entry] [On]
PIN + Arming Sequence + [Bypass]
PIN + [Bypass] followed by the Zone number
PIN + [#] + [4]
[#] + [On]
PIN + [#] [7]
PIN + [#] [8] [1]
PIN + [#] [8] [9]
PIN + [System Reset]
PIN + [#] [8] [2]
PIN + [System Reset]
PIN + [Off] to silence, PIN + [System Reset] to clear
PIN + [#] [8] [3]
PIN + [#] [8] [6]
PIN + [#] [8] [5]
PIN + [#] [8] [7]
PIN + [System Reset]
PIN + [Bypass] [*] to clear
PIN + [#] [8] [4]
Detection Systems PTY Ltd.
Unit 2, The Riverside Centre
148 James Ruse Drive
Parramatta, NSW 2150, Australia
61 2 891 4944 Fax: 61 2 891 5844
DS7060-AUS Reference Guide P/N 36624C
4/98

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    61 2 891 4944 Fax: 61 2 891 5844 Detection Systems, Inc., 130 Perinton Parkway, Fairport, New York, USA 14450-9199 Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. (716) 223-4060 • (800) 289-0096 • Fax: (716) 223-9180 DS7060-AUS Reference Guide P/N 36624C...

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     =RQHV 6<67(029(59,(: • 6 zones (9 if Zone Doubling is used) The DS7060 Control/Communicator is a fully • Zone Response Time: All six zones can be integrated hard-wire security and residential fire alarm system. It can support up to 6 input zones and 15 programmed to respond at either 300 ±100 ms or a...

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     ,QVWDOO WKH &RQWURO&RPPXQLFDWRU (1&/2685(,167$//$7,21 CAUTION: The control is static sensitive. Make sure The DS7060 control/communicator and the enclosure you touch earth ground before handling are shipped together. The control, however, still needs the control. This will discharge any static to be installed into the enclosure.

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    Also remove the phone line NOTE: Shared cable is not allowed for keypad, connection. A complete functional test is telephone, or siren wiring. required after any programming. Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. Page 4 DS7060-AUS Reference Guide...

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    (red) * = This light is present on the DS7445 only. ** = This light is present on the DS7443 and DS7445. Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. Page 5 DS7060-AUS Reference Guide...

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     $GGUHVV   =RQH 3URJUDPPLQJ is in effect immediately after entering the “No Entry” mode, but is disabled upon expiration of the exit A zone is an input to the DS7060 Control delay. Communicator. There are 6 hard-wired zones on the main circuit board.

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    (i.e. it is based on the state of the zone) it is possible for Fire, and Fire Trouble restoral signals to Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. DS7060-AUS Reference Guide Page 7...

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    It will generate a “Not Ready” (or “Fire Trouble” on fire zones) while unarmed and prevent arming unless the problem is cleared, Forced Armed, or Bypassed. Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. Page 8 DS7060-AUS Reference Guide...

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    Fire zones always restore when the system is reset, regardless of this selection. Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. DS7060-AUS Reference Guide Page 9...

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    VDC, DPDT relay. Connect both relay commons to ground, and connect the N/O of each contact to terminal positions 23 and 26 (one to terminal 23, one to 26) of the DS7060. Connect one side of the Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. Page 10...

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    PIN number for disarming and silencing alarms. • Quick Arm: If enabled, a PIN is not needed to arm. Note: Used only in conjunction with commercial mode. Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. DS7060-AUS Reference Guide Page 11...

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    [7] twice for the letter “r” then press the right arrow key for the next letter. Enter: [6] for the letter “m”. Enter: [#] Program the next address, program a different address, or exit the Programmer’s Mode. Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. Page 12 DS7060-AUS Reference Guide...

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    Note: Closing Reports ( and subsequent Opening Reports) are only sent when the system is fully armed. [PIN] + [ON] for Commercial Mode. [#] + [ON] for Residential Mode. Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. DS7060-AUS Reference Guide Page 13...

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    • WDSRP Baud Rate: This selection determines the baud rate that the panel will use to Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. Page 14 DS7060-AUS Reference Guide...

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     $GGUHVV   .H\SDG 5HSRUW • Zone Alarm Restoral: This report is sent when the zone alarm is cleared. Refer to Address 07 for exact point at which report will be sent. Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. DS7060-AUS Reference Guide Page 15...

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    • Zone Trouble Restoral: This report is sent when an Opening Report. Address 20 digit 1 (left most digit) must be set for 2 or 3 for these reports. the zone trouble condition is cleared. Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. Page 16 DS7060-AUS Reference Guide...

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    • Local Programming Successful: This report is sent when local programmer’s mode is exited and no error is associated with the programming. Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. DS7060-AUS Reference Guide Page 17...

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    Exit Error Report will be sent. • Recent Closing: This report is sent, along with any alarm reports, when there is an alarm within the first five minutes after the system has been armed. Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. Page 18 DS7060-AUS Reference Guide...

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    To disable a phone number, enter *5 in the first digit. The underscore “_” will de displayed. To delete the phone number from the display window, enter the *5 in all digits. Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. DS7060-AUS Reference Guide Page 19...

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    Entering a [1] in Address 47 will erase Failure Report” time, no AC Failure Report all prior programming. will be sent.  $GGUHVV   $XWRPDWLF 7HVW 5HSRUW ,QWHUYDO Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. Page 20 DS7060-AUS Reference Guide...

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    Partial Closed report if programmed to do so in Address 31.  $GGUHVV   ([SDQGHG =RQH 5HVWRUDOV Expanded Zone Restorals are used only if Zone Doubling (see Address 55) is selected. Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. DS7060-AUS Reference Guide Page 21...

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    Custom Chime determines which zones will chime in the chime mode. Only Zones programmed as Perimeter Instant, Perimeter Delayed, Perimeter Homeguard or Perimeter Homeguard Follower in Address 01 can be chime zones. Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. Page 22 DS7060-AUS Reference Guide...

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    User 14 User 15 DEVICE LOCATION TYPE Example Kitchen Invisible alarm, alarm on short, alarm on open, 24-hour Zone 1 Zone 1 Zone 1 Zone 1 Zone 1 Zone 1 Copyright © 1997-98 Detection Systems, Inc. Page 23 DS7060-AUS Reference Guide...

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