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WARNING: This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance
with the Instructions Manual, may cause interference with radio communication. It has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class A computing device pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable
protection against such interference when operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area is likely to cause interference, in which case, users at their own expense will be required to take whatever measures may be
required to correct the interference. Any unauthorized modification of this equipment may result in the revocation of the owner's
authority to continue its operation.
GENERAL
The Intelliguard 9000™ Security System (I9000) protects
offices, warehouses and other businesses as part of the
Enterprise Buildings Integrator™ (EBI) System. The I9000
uses Hold-up (HU) Detectors to alert outside help to a current
hold-up and Hall Effect Door Switches (HEDS IV) to monitor
door openings. Other detection devices and outputs can be
linked to the I9000 when they conform to the requirements in
form no. 74-3035, Intelliguard 9000 Specification Data.
OVERVIEW
These instructions describe the steps for wiring and
connecting the I9000 devices, programming field devices and
connecting the I9000 to the EBI Security System. They do not
contain instructions for programming the I9000 with a PC.
Refer to form no. 74-3046, Intelliguard 9000 Programmer's
Guide for programming instructions. Also see form no. 74-
3035, Intelliguard 9000 Specification Data and form no. ZD34-
002-100, EBI Installation Guide.
ASSUMPTIONS
It is assumed that:
— The location of each part is planned before installation
begins.
— Installer has a basic understanding of electronics.
— Layout plan for I9000 is complete.
There is a specific order for installing the I9000. Refer to the
following installation instructions. (The installer may change
the order for mounting and connecting the hardware, when
appropriate.)
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Intelliguard 9000™
INSTALLATION
When Installing this Product . . .
1. Read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow the
instructions can damage the product or cause a hazard-
ous condition.
2. Check the ratings given in the instructions and on the
product to make sure the product is suitable for your
application.
3. The installer must be a trained, experienced, licensed
(where required) service technician.
4. After completing installation, use these instructions to
check out the product operation.
Components
— 8003-217 Remote Intelligent Power Supply (RIPS).
— 8003-220 Area Keypad (KID).
— 8003-238 Complete 6-Input Concentrator (BIC-6).
— 8003-242 2-Input Concentrator (BIC-2).
— 8003-277 Keypad Control Center (CC2).
— 8003-283 Hall Effect Door Switch (HEDS IV) Complete
Assembly (includes Sensor and Magnet Assembly).
— 8003-284 2-Input Concentrator Hold-up Actuator
(BIC-2 HU).
— 8003-286 Multiple Output Module (MOM).
— 8003-332 I9000 Control Unit (CU) in casing.
— Transformer, 16 Vac, 37 to 40 VA.
— RS-232 cable and connectors.
— RS-485 cable and connectors.
NOTE: The MOM currently is not CE certified. In countries
that require certification for all parts, configure one or
more BIC-6s as an output device. Configuring the
BIC-6 for output is described later in these instruc-
tions.
Parts Available (Not Included)
— 8003-302 HEDS IV L Bracket.
— 7003-162 AX-5L Conduit Adapter.
— 4545-059 BIC-2/BIC-2 HU Optional Relay.
U.L. 4-01

SECURITY SYSTEM

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
74- 3047- 1

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  • Page 1: Security System

    — 8003-238 Complete 6-Input Concentrator (BIC-6). Guide for programming instructions. Also see form no. 74- — 8003-242 2-Input Concentrator (BIC-2). 3035, Intelliguard 9000 Specification Data and form no. ZD34- — 8003-277 Keypad Control Center (CC2). 002-100, EBI Installation Guide. — 8003-283 Hall Effect Door Switch (HEDS IV) Complete Assembly (includes Sensor and Magnet Assembly).
  • Page 2: Special Tools Required

    INTELLIGUARD 9000™ Special Tools Required connect to output devices such as the MOM. These devices feed into the CU. Intelligent sensors, such as the HEDS IV, — No. 1 Robertson (square-head) screwdriver. work like concentrator devices and feed directly into the CU, as shown in Fig.
  • Page 3: General Procedure

    INTELLIGUARD 9000™ COM 3 I9000 RS-232 (RS-485 WITH RRI) ISP AND CU COM 2 COM 1 31 DEVICES 31 DEVICES – + – + MAX. CABLE 3277 FT MAX. CABLE 3277 FT RS-485 RS-485 – + – + BIC-6 HEDS IV BIC-6 –...
  • Page 4: System Test

    NOTE: When using the WALK TEST , Hold-up Actuators will into the I9000 Control Unit (see form no. 74-3046, not test okay in the Event Log. Intelliguard 9000 Programmer’s Guide for more information). 6. If Hold-up Actuators (8003-284, red buttons) are tested, b.
  • Page 5 INTELLIGUARD 9000™ HONEYWELL I9000 SYSTEM WIRING TO EBI. THIS PORT IS SERIAL ALSO USED CONTROL PORT POWER FOR PRO9000 UNIT PROGRAM SUPPLY LOADING POWER COM 1 COM 2 EARTH 50 FEET GROUND BIC-2 HU HOLD-UP INPUT CONCENT. KEYBOARD 62 MAX.
  • Page 6 INTELLIGUARD 9000™ OFFICES OFFICES WAREHOUSE REST REST REST ROOM ROOM ROOM ENGINEERING/ SALES PRODUCTION SAFE RECEPTION CONTACT SWITCHES ON EACH WINDOW AND ALL DOORS AREA KEYPAD IN EACH ROOM EXCEPT RESTROOM. EXCEPT THOSE SPECIFICALLY LABELED FOR HEDS IV. CC2 IN RECEPTION AREA AND WAREHOUSE.
  • Page 7: Select Detection, Control And Power Devices

    Honeywell supplies intelligent contact switches (HEDS IV) for security doors. Other detection devices may be connected to the I9000 when they meet the device requirements of form no. 74-3035, Intelliguard 9000 Specification Data. Hall Effect Door Switches (HEDS IV) Hall effect door switches (HEDS IV) are intelligent contact sensors that are mounted on doors.
  • Page 8 INTELLIGUARD 9000™ MOUNT THE HEDS IV See Fig. 7 for a typical door-mounted HEDS IV. 11. Learn the HEDS IV using step 11a. or 11b. a. With the protected door open, start the LEARNING 1. Remove the HEDS IV magnet assembly cover and the Mode (DEVICES WITH SERIAL #) at a CC2.
  • Page 9 INTELLIGUARD 9000™ 3. Carefully remove the circuit board. Do not touch any of g. From the CC2, select DEVICES WITH SERIAL #. the circuits or chips. The CC2 displays Searching. The decimal point 4. Mount the BIC-6 on the wall using four No. 6 round or lights on the LED display (BIC-6, DS1) on each BIC- pan head screws.
  • Page 10 INTELLIGUARD 9000™ Loop Parameters and Programming The following parameters define the possible loop There are four possible combinations of loops and end-of-line programming types: resistors. Each loop may be independently programmed for Parameter 0: Default value = 0. any of the loop types shown in Fig. 10.
  • Page 11 INTELLIGUARD 9000™ — When both buttons on the BIC-2 or BIC-2 HU are defined as Type 7 (Hold-up 24 hours) or 8 (Hold- pressed simultaneously, an alarm signal is sent to up 12 hours, day only). Input 4 of BIC-2s may be the I9000 Security System.
  • Page 12 INTELLIGUARD 9000™ NOTE: All references to the BIC-2 also apply to the BIC-2 c. Install the Relay, if desired. Make sure the Relay ori- HU except as otherwise noted. entation matches the orientation shown in Fig. 13. d. Jumper W1 is shipped installed for non-powered Power down the system before mounting the BIC-2.
  • Page 13: Output Devices

    NOTE: TB1 COM and VDD connect to 12 Vdc whereas TXRX- an TXRX+ connect to CU COM 1 or 2, but not both. TB2 and TB3 connect to outputs such as sirens, lights and other indicators. (See 74-3035, Intelliguard 9000 Specification Data, for maximum current per output.)
  • Page 14 INTELLIGUARD 9000™ MOUNT MOM To mount the MOM: k. The bottom segment (TRANSMIT) of the LED dis- 1. At the selected mounting location, remove the MOM play (DS1) on each MOM flashes every time each is cover. polled (addressed). The center segment (RECEIVE) 2.
  • Page 15: User Interface Devices

    INTELLIGUARD 9000™ Intelliguard 9000 Specification Data. Follow the instructions 4. Lift up the assembly from the left side and disconnect included with each device for mounting and connecting to the the keypad from the connector on the right side. system.
  • Page 16: Control Unit (cu)

    6. Mount the CC2 on the wall using four No. 6 round or pan head screws. (It is not necessary to remove the printed circuit board assembly because access holes HONEYWELL INTELLIGUARD 9000 CONTROL CENTER 2 (CC2) are provided in the top left and right corners.)
  • Page 17: Power Connections

    4. Install the batteries that conform to the specification 10. Close the CU cover and secure it into position. listed in form no. 74-3035, Intelliguard 9000 Specifica- 11. From the CC2, press 4 to enter the RESET LOG menu tion Data.
  • Page 18 INTELLIGUARD 9000™ NOTE: Only one ground connection is required between the d. From the CC2, select 1-DEVICES WITH ADDRESS I9000 CU and each RIPS for ground reference (this SWITCHES. The CC2 displays Searching. The can be through the earth ground connection). Avoid LED DS1 on each installed ISP flashes as it is ground loops.
  • Page 19 INTELLIGUARD 9000™ NOTES: — Connect other devices that require 12 Vdc to VX1 1. Maximum number of devices is 31 for either COM 1 or (TB4-1,2 or VX2 (TB5-1,2) for power and connect COM 2. the ISP COM TxRx- (TB4-3) and TxRx+ (TB4-3) 2.
  • Page 20 INTELLIGUARD 9000™ See Fig. 19 for installation instructions and Fig. 20 through 22 for detailed wiring and switch settings. The configuration in Fig. 20 can only be used for remote programming with a PC. COMM1 COMM2 INTELLIGENT COMMUNICATIONS INTELLIGUARD PROCESSOR II...
  • Page 21 INTELLIGUARD 9000™ Fig. 21 and 22, EBI RS-485 multi-drop wiring diagrams require the 8003-321 Assembly. Fig. 21 shows a Network Interface Card (NIC) in the PC and Terminal Server with an RS-485 Interface. Fig. 22 shows a Black Box RS-232 to RS-485 Converter on the PC side.
  • Page 22 INTELLIGUARD 9000™ INTELLIGUARD CONTROL PANEL 1 INTELLIGUARD CONTROL PANEL 2 INTELLIGUARD CONTROL PANEL 3 INTELLIGENT COMMUNICATIONS INTELLIGENT COMMUNICATIONS INTELLIGENT COMMUNICATIONS PROCESSOR II (ICP II) 8003-331 PROCESSOR II (ICP II) 8003-331 PROCESSOR II (ICP II) 8003-331 COM 3 COM 3 COM 3 –...
  • Page 23: Connect The Transformer

    74-3035, 1. When the entire system is installed, use a voltmeter to Intelliguard 9000 Specification Data. In the U.S. use a Silent make sure each device receives power. The meter Knight Model 4165 enclosure with a Model 9220 transformer should read 12.9 Vdc ±/- 4% (12.4V - 13.4V) across ter-...
  • Page 24: Test Modes

    INTELLIGUARD 9000™ d. If the device has serial numbers, verify that the 9. Walk through the selected area of the building (selected proper serial number was programmed using PRO in previous step) and squeeze the red Hold-up actuator 9000. buttons on each BIC-2 HU. (You have 7-1/2 minutes to 10.
  • Page 25 8. From the CC2, press the X key to exit to the main menu, 15. Press the ACCEPT key to view the Event Log Intelliguard 9000 , or press a menu key. 16. View the results of the test in the Event Log. See the...
  • Page 26 ACCEPT key. AREA?_ is displayed on the CC2. Enter the menus or you will be timed out and returned to the main Intelliguard 9000 menu. desired area number to display its associated points. The display automatically scrolls through each point in alarm and 1.
  • Page 27: Terminal Specifications

    INTELLIGUARD 9000™ APPENDIX A TERMINAL SPECIFICATIONS Table 3. Connector Terminal Specifications. Voltage Maximum Maximum Maximum Connector Terminal Pin(s) Signal Name Input/Output Type Voltage Current (Rx/Tx) Frequency Comm. Processor TB1-1 12 Vdc- Power 45 mA — TB1-2 12 Vdc+ Power +15V 45 mA —...
  • Page 28: Device Worksheet

    INTELLIGUARD 9000™ APPENDIX B DEVICE WORKSHEET DEVICE DESCRIPTION UNIT POWER TOTAL POWER (45) CC2 MAXIMUM OF 4 (WITH BACKLIGHTING) (98) (10) CC2 MAXIMUM OF 4 (NO BACKLIGHTING) KID (MAXIMUM OF 8) (20) HEDS IV BIC-2 OR BIC-2 HU (1 INPUT AND 1 LOGICAL OUTPUT)
  • Page 29: Ic109a Installation

    INTELLIGUARD 9000™ APPENDIX C IC109A INSTALLATION This section describes the jumper and switch functions for configuring the RS-232 to 485/422 Converter. See Fig. 24 for component locations. W16 TURNAROUND DELAY W8 A-B = 2 WIRE 5 MS 0 MS R49/W7...
  • Page 30 INTELLIGUARD 9000™ Jumper and Switch Configuration Driver Enabled by RS-232 Control Leads If the equipment raises CD or RTS, set the RS-485 driver to Refer to the Quick Reference section for jumper settings. enable by one of these leads. If the equipment does not have Detailed explanations follow.
  • Page 31: Normal/loopback Operation

    INTELLIGUARD 9000™ Point-to-Point XSM/LINCNET When only two devices are connected to a line point-to-point application, each device should have the termination network See Table 4 for XSM/LincNet settings. connected to the line. Set switch S2 to the TERM position. Table 4. XSM/LincNet Settings.
  • Page 32 INTELLIGUARD 9000™ IC109 QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE Use this list as a quick reference guide when you need to change the IC109 jumper settings. Designation Shunt/Jumper Position Description XW1A A DIP shunt can only be inserted in one of these two positions.
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