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    Solution 6000 Security Systems Installation Guide Security System...

  • Page 2: Copyright Notice

    Should you find any error on inconsistency, please notify us accordingly. Made In Australia TELEPERMIT Bosch Security Systems Pty Ltd reserves the right to make changes to features and specifications at any time TELEPERMIT without prior notification in the interest of ongoing product development and improvement.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    PROGRAMMING OPTION BIT MENUS ...........................4-1 NAVIGATING THE MENUS ...............................4-1 LIST OPTIONS ..................................4-1 ALPHA TEXT .....................................4-2 CLOCK PROGRAMMING ................................4-2 TELEPHONE NUMBERS ................................4-2 GETTING STARTED BACK TO BASE ............................4-2 SERVICE MODE ..................................4-3 Turning Service Mode ON ......................................4-3 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

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    UNDERSTANDING TIMEZONES ..............................5-8 User ..............................................5-8 TimeZones ............................................5-8 TimeZone Access Example ..................................5-8 TimeZone Access ....................................5-9 Door Assignment ....................................5-9 User Expire Date ....................................5-10 PIN Length ......................................5-10 PIN Retry Count..................................... 5-10 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

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    Part Mode 1 Name ....................................6-7 Part Mode 2 Name ....................................6-7 Auto Arming ......................................6-7 AREA REPORTING ..................................6-8 Account Dest 1 ......................................6-8 Account Dest 2 ......................................6-8 Open Close Route ....................................6-8 AREAS TIMERS ..................................6-8 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

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    Door Assignment ....................................7-9 Report Route ......................................7-9 Report Options ....................................... 7-9 Lockout Dialler ..........................................7-9 Report Alarm ..........................................7-10 Report Troubles ..........................................7-10 Report Bypass ..........................................7-10 Report Restores ..........................................7-10 Delay Reporting ..........................................7-10 Zone Options ......................................7-10 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

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    14 – Panel On Line .......................................... 8-4 15 – Incoming Call .......................................... 8-5 16 – System Trouble ........................................8-5 17 – Box Tamper ..........................................8-5 18 – Zone Trouble ........................................... 8-5 19 – Zone Mirror ..........................................8-5 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

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    Low To Open ...........................................8-10 Low To Open + Pre ........................................8-10 Low Latching Open ........................................8-10 Low Pulsing Open .........................................8-10 Low 1 Shot Open...........................................8-10 1 Shot Open+Retrigger ......................................8-10 1 Shot Open + Reset ........................................8-10 Speaker Output ..........................................8-10 Toggle ...............................................8-10 viii Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

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    Check Web Email ....................................9-2 Email System Log ....................................9-2 Start Direct Link ...................................... 9-2 Voice Setup ......................................9-2 Solution 6000 Control Panel ....................................... 9-2 Playing Back A Message ....................................... 9-3 Recording New Messages ......................................9-3 Register Customer ....................................9-4 Comms >...

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    UDP User RAS ..........................................9-24 COMMS TESTING ...................................9-24 Send Test Report ....................................9-24 Test Report Time ....................................9-25 Test Report Period ....................................9-25 Test Report Options ..................................... 9-25 Test If No Other Rpt ........................................9-25 Test On Siren Reset ........................................9-25 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

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    Alarm RF Rcvr Jamming ......................................10-9 Report RF Rcvr Jamming ......................................10-9 Alarm Rcvr Comm Fail .........................................10-9 Report Rcvr Comm Fail .......................................10-9 Supervision Time ....................................10-9 RF Device Options ....................................10-10 Display RF Tamper ........................................10-10 Report RF Tamper ........................................10-10 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

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    ACC+ Overload ..........................................11-3 Service Required ...........................................11-3 Memory Checksum ........................................11-3 Phone Line In Use .........................................11-3 Battery Trouble ..........................................11-3 History Log......................................11-3 Domestic Default ....................................11-4 Factory Default ..................................... 11-4 Template Default ....................................11-5 TimeZone Array ....................................11-5 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

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    Fault ACK All Areas ........................................11-14 Delay Trouble Beeps ......................................... 11-14 Power Up Disarmed ........................................11-14 Ignore Trouble On Arm ......................................11-14 Keypad Idle Screen .....................................11-15 Keypad Hi/Lo Temp ....................................11-15 Installer Options ....................................11-15 Report Installer ........................................... 11-15 xiii Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

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    Unlock a Door and Arm/Disarm Area 1 using a LAN Reader ........................12-2 Using CLI to establish Upload/Download Connection ...........................12-2 Sending SMS Alarm Reports Via The PSTN ................................12-3 Door Auto Lock/Unlock By TimeZone ...................................12-3 SECTION 13 SPECIFICATIONS ............................13-1 SECTION 14 INDEX ..............................14-1 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 15: Overview

    S E C TIO N 1 Overview F E AT U R E S O V E R V I E W Listed below are the main features of the Solution 6000 Zones Control Panel. The Solution 6000 control panel provides up to 144 ♦...

  • Page 16: Overview

    Solution 6000 Installation Manual Overview   This page left intentionally blank Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 17: Installing The Hardware

    6kg to fix the cabinet against a sturdy surface using the of the enclosure before mounting it to the wall, or from mounting holes provided. the front of the enclosure after it has been mounted. Both methods should be performed using your finger tips to Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 18: Installing Panels And Modules

    All compatible add on modules will mount on these spaces. See below for list if modules which can be added to the control panel. Module Space Occupied Solution 6000 Control Panel 2 Module Spaces CM704B Zone Expander 1 Module Space CM705B Universal Expander...

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    = Earth Stud - 4mm Figure 6: MW730B - Large Enclosure Details The following examples show the MW730B - Large enclosure configured using 6 small modules and 1 large module. Figure 5: MW720B Configuration Examples Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 20: Connecting Power To The Panel

    If using a 3 wire Adaptor, then the earth wire should also be terminated onto the terminal block. Always check the orientation of the terminal block with the PCB markings before connecting it to the PCB. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 21: Panel Led Indicators

    PIN. In version 2.14, the hold down emergency functions The [OK] key allows you to save any changes and exit the command. using the arrow keys now function correctly. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 22: Status Icons / Led's

    In previous versions, when a user turns an area off All On at a keypad and a trouble condition is present, the Note keypad would display a trouble pop-up box, but the Flashing Alarm RED status led may fail to turn off. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 23: Keypad & Readers Setup

    D I P S W I TC H A D D R E S S S E L E C T Table 8: Rotary Switch Address Settings Figure 10: Keypad DIP Switch Address Settings DIP Switch Address Settings Keypad/Reader N Figure 11: Rotary Swich Address Settings Table 7: DIP Switch Address Settings Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 24: Eol Resistor Colour Code

    EOL Resisstor Colour Codes Because of variations in the colours used to mark resistors it is recommended that you use a multimeter to verify the value of resistors rather than rely on the colour code. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

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    ALARM (3K3 EOL) ZN 2 Figure 16: N/C Zone With Tamper The Above diagrams display the zone wiring configurations using Normally-Closed Alarm Figure 20: N/O Zone With Tamper Note contacts and Normally-Open Alarm Contacts. When Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 26: Wiring Diagrams

    Zone 8 and 16 sensor loop input (+). These terminals are used to connect the telephone line from the street. These terminals are used to connect the premises telephones. Table 11: Terminall Block Descriptions and Functions Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 27: Lan Overview

    CM720B Power Supply, do NOT termination point and is not internally connected. connect the EARTH wire from any 3 wire plug pack to the module’s EARTH input terminal, if you have installed a separate communication earth wire. Bosch Security Systems 07-14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 28: System Earthing

    LAN A and LAN B terminals. In smaller installations where no LAN modules have been installed there is no need to fit the termination resistor on the control panel. The LAN must be terminated correctly for proper operation. Note Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

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    / Keyswitch 10-Pin Serial Input Connection Socket For Direct Link / Flash Programming etc. Zone Input Terminals Voice Module Connection Socket (Optional) Telephone Line Connection Socket (RJ12 6P4C) Telephone Line Connection Terminals Figure 24: Terminal Descriptions Bosch Security Systems 07-14 BLCC610I...

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    Receiver ZONE 6 Connect +12V ZONE 7 Accessory Power ZONE 8 RJ12 6P4C - RJ12 6P4C Phone Lead Connect To Telephone Line Mode 3  Premises Telephone Incoming Street Telephone Line Figure 25: Wiring Diagram Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 31: Programming Overview

    [OFF] key. Off On Low Battery Show Overload  Report Overload  Press OK ON OFF MENU To save programming changes, press [OK] or press [MENU] to exit without saving. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 32: Alpha Text

    Press [OK] to save or [MENU] to exit without saving. The time is set using a 24 hour clock. Note Set Date And Time 01-Jan-2012 12:00  Press OK to SAVE Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 33: Service Mode

    An optional CM255B Default Key may be purchased to unlock both the Installer PIN and RAS Security Note PIN. The default key is single use only. Refer to the CM255B instructions for additional information. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 34: Zone Array

    N = Outputs 01 to 05 are Normal (Off ) test by holding down the Test / Mail key on the keypad. F = Output 10 has a Fault (Overload) T = Output 09 is Triggered (On) Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 35: Basic Reporting Reference

    Destination Route 1 - 8 Zn971 - 978 Consoles 9 - 16 Zn901 - 908 Destination Route 1 - 8 Zn911 - 918 LAN Isolator 1 - 8 Zn921 - 928 LAN Isolator 9 - 16 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 36: Dtmf Control Functions

    ] + [#] + [1] + [#] Low, High Turn Output [2] + [Output N ] + [#] + [2] + [#] High, Low High, [#] + [#] Medium, Session Table 17: DTMF Remote Control Functions Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 37: Menu Reference Table

    Reporting 2-9-0 Area Watch 1-6-0 Access Route 2-9-1 User Test Interval 1-6-1 Access Options 2-9-2 Service Interval 2-9-3 Test Options Fingerprint 1-8-0 Add Fingerprint 1-8-1 Delete Fingerprint 1-8-2 Fingerprint Status Table 18: Menu Reference Table Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

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    5-4-3 System Route 5-4-4 Emergency Route 5-4-5 Swinger Dialler 5-4-6 Burg Report Delay 5-4-7 Fire Report Delay MyAlarm 5-5-0 IP Address 5-5-1 IP Port 5-5-2 MyAlarm Options 5-5-7 Gateway Numbers 5-5-8 Email Address 5-5-9 Email Options Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

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    7-7-2 Keypad Idle Screen 6-6-2 Default Gateway 7-7-3 Keypad Hi/Lo Temp 6-6-3 Module MAC Address 7-7-4 Installer Options 6-6-9 Ethernet Options 7-7-5 Language 7-7-7 Site Name System Testing UMI 7-9-0 Walk Test All Zones UMI 7-9-1 Battery Test Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 40: Basic System Operation

    PIN between 5:55pm and 6:00pm will delay the auto- on time by one hour and the auto-on pre-alert time will again commence at 6:55pm. Therefore the system will automatically turn All On at 7:00pm. 4-10 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 41: Remote Arming - Quick Arm

    [2] [5] [8] [0] + [8] [0] + [OK] or [ON]. 2) If your PIN is 2580, to send a duress report when the area is on, enter, [2] [5] [8] [0] + [8] [0] + [OFF]. 4-11 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

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    Solution 6000 Installation Manual Programming Overview   4-12 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 43: Access Programming

    1) Pick a timezone access number between 2-16, lets again to release door. say 5. 2) Setup timezone 5 start time 8am, stop time 10pm, days MTWTF. 3) Assign each restricted user to timezone access 5. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 44: User Default Table

    Ur3 User 3 Name  Press OK or MENU 3) Verify the user name to be erased and press [OK]. To abort press [MENU]. To erase Ur1 John Smith press OK. Press OK or MENU Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 45: Change Own Pin

    [OK]. The system will only list users that can be changed. Ur1 John Smith Ur2 Debbie Smith Ur3 User 3 Name  Press OK or MENU Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 46: Add Pin

    [OK]. The keypad will only list users that dont already have tokens assigned. Ur1 John Smith Ur2 Debbie Smith Ur3 User 3 Name  Press OK or MENU Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 47: Delete Token

    3) Press [OK] to save and exit or press [MENU] to exit 2) Press [OK] to delete the token or press [MENU] to without saving. exit without saving. Press OK to Delete Token For Ur1 John Smith Press OK or MENU Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 48: Rf Keyfobs

    1) Enter [MENU] + [1] + [3] + [1] and use the up and down arrows to highlight the user in the list then press [OK]. The keypad will only list users that have an RF Keyfob assigned. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 49: User Properties

     Press OK ON OFF MENU 3) Repeat Step 2 until you have assigned the user to all required areas, then press [OK] to save and exit, or press [MENU] to exit without saving. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 50: User Options

    If a user tries to operate the system outside their assigned timezone periods, then access will be denied. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 51: Timezone Access

    Door 2 Name Door 3 Name  Press OK ON OFF MENU 3) Repeat Step 2 until all required door assignments are programmed, then press [OK] to save and exit or press [MENU] to exit without saving. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 52: User Expire Date

    1) Enter [MENU] + [1] + [5] + [1]. The keypad will display the current PIN retry count. PIN Retry Count Press 0-9 OK to SAVE 5-10 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 53: Installer Pin

    MENU 1-6-0. keys to select the desired option. Access Route 00 - Log Events Only Press  0-9 OK to SAVE 3) Press [OK] to save and exit or press [MENU] to exit without saving. 5-11 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 54: Add Fingerprint

    [OK]. The system will only list users that have a fingerprint assigned. Ur1 John Smith Ur2 Debbie Smith Ur3 User 3 Name  Press OK or MENU 5-12 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 55: Area Programming

    Armed Partial - when the area has been turned Part On. assigned a home area and will automatically revert back to this area after 60 seconds. Armed Part 2 - when the area has been turned Part 2 On. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610BI...

  • Page 56: Turn Area On/off

    1) Enter [MENU] + [2] + [0] + [3] to disarm all areas. The chime tone will only be heard on keypads programmed to sound the chime tone. See MENU Note 6-1-5 — Chime Tone Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 57: Chime Mode

    Reset Alarm Memory  Duress Allowed  Press OK ON OFF MENU 3) Repeat Step 2 until all options are programmed as required, then press [OK] to save and exit or press [MENU] to exit without saving. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 58: Exit Time Restart

    Burglary instant and/or handover common area. See MENU 7-7-1 — Area Options to zones can handover pulses to other burglary instant and/ enable the common area. or handover zones. 24 hour non-fire zone types can only Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 59: Senior Watch

    2) Use the up and down arrow keys to highlight the required, then press [OK] to save and exit or press option then press the [ON] key to enable or the [MENU] to exit without saving. [OFF] key to disable. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 60: Report Pin Retry

    When selected, the panel will activate the strobe output for six seconds when a user turns the area on via an RF keyfob. This provides silent feedback to the user that the signal has been received. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 61: Keyswitch On/off

    00 - Disabled Press  0-9 OK to SAVE 2) Use the arrow and number keys to select the time zone that you want the area to follow, then press [OK] to save and exit. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 62: Area Reporting

    A2 Area 2 Name A3 Area 3 Name Press  OK or MENU 2) Highlight the area required to change, then press [OK] to select. The keypad will display the current exit time set for the area selected. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 63: Exit Time

    The keypad will sound the hi/lo tone for a period of 60 seconds before the control panel sound an alarm or until the user turns the area off. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 64: Auto Arm Pre-alert

    3) Using the numeric keys, enter the new senior watch time has expired, the area will automatically turn All On. time. Valid times are 001 to 255 hours. 000 = No Senior Watch Time. During the auto arm pre-alert time, the keypads assigned 6-10 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 65: Area Testing

    2) Using the numeric keys, enter the number of days between each user test interval. Valid entries are 1 – 255 days or 000 to disable. 3) Press [OK] to save and exit or press [MENU] to exit without saving. 6-11 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 66: Test Options

    Walk Test Fire This option allows 24-hour fire zone assigned to the corresponding area to be tested during walk test. » » E N D S E C T I O N « « 6-12 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 67: Input Programming

    113 to 120 113 to 120 113 to 128 121 to 128 ON OFF OFF 129 to 136 129 to 136 129 to 136 129 to 144 137 to 144 Table 20: Zones Assignments To Modules Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 68: Input Commands

    Press OK or MENU 0000000001111111 1234567890123456 3) If the zone is not bypassed, the keypad will prompt: NSA-ANAT-------- Press  OK or MENU In the above example screen, N = Zone 01 and 06 are Normal (Sealed) Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 69: Set Chime Zones

    To Go Back Press OK 3) Press [ON] or [OFF] to toggle the zone to be monitored when chime mode is turned on then press [OK] to save and exit or press [MENU] to exit without saving. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 70: Smoke Sensor Reset

    Report Troubles Report Bypass Reserved Reserved Report Restores Delay Reporting Zone Options Lockout Siren Silent Alarm Inverted Seal Bypass Allowed Sensor Watch Armed In Part On No EOL Required Test On Exit Table 21: Zone Defaults Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 71: Not Used

    A 24hr Medical report will be Delay. Zones set as Burglary Instant 1 have Exit Delay and sent to the central station receiver. are only active when the area is armed. See MENU 7-2-0 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 72: Panic 24hr

    The 24 Hour Zone Types listed above are active 24hrs a day. They will trigger an alarm regardless of Note whether or not the system or area is in the Armed, Part Armed or Disarmed state. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 73: Pulse Count

    In previous versions, a zone programmed with Option 14 - PreDelay in MENU 3-1-3 would fail to Note register on the system if the zone was still faulted after the predelay time had expired. In version 2.14, this has been corrected. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 74: Understanding Access Groups

    When using the same reader for door access as well as arming, you need to select the badging option MENU 1-6- 3 — Reader Options. Badging requires that you present your token 3 times in succession within 5 seconds to arm the system. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 75: Door Assignment

    01 - Dest 1 + Log further reports will be sent for that zone. Dialler lockout Press  0-9 OK to SAVE will be reset on the next arming cycle. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 76: Report Alarm

    Inverted Seal Setting this option allows a normally-open sensor or device to operate as a normally-closed device by reversing the open/closed state of the zone loop. (eg. 7-10 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 77: Bypass Allowed

    Both channel 1 and channel 2 can only be utilised by Bosch 3401E and 3405E sensors, allowing you to If this option is disabled the zone will not be tested utilise both internal and external contacts from the during the arming sequence and the system will arm.

  • Page 78: Delete Rf Device

    Be sure to send a few transmissions to the user number in the report. establish a more accurate signal measurement. 7-12 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 79: Keyswitch Options

    Inputs > Global Input Options > Input Options  MENU 3-4-2 00 - Disabled 01 - Latching On/Off 04 - Bosch Serial Rcvr Tamper On Short 02 - Pulse On/Off 05 - Crow Serial Rcvr (TBA) Reserved 03 - Simple RF On/Off...

  • Page 80: Tamper Options

    Audible Expander Tpr [OK]. Setting this option causes the system to trigger an 2) The keypad will display the zone to be tested. audible alarm when a peripheral tamper is triggered. 7-14 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 81: Sensor Watch Time

    Sensor Watch monitoring is only active when the area is in the disarmed state. 24 hour zone types Note cannot be monitored using the Sensor Watch feature. » » E N D S E C T I O N « « 7-15 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 82

    Solution 6000 Installation Manual Input Programming   7-16 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 83: Output Programming

    S E C TIO N 8 Output Programming he Solution 6000 is capable of controlling up to 16 1) Press [MENU] + [4] + [0] + [0] and select the output you want to view from the list then press [OK].

  • Page 84: Turn Output On/off

    The keypad will display the following Door Locked output array information for outputs 1 to 16. Door Unlocked 0000000001111111 Door Open By TimeZone 1234567890123456 Door Manually Open NNNNN---TF------ Press  OK or MENU Door Forced Open Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 85: Door Array

    Output in the list 2) Use the arrow keys to highlight the door you wish then press [OK]. Alternatively, you can directly to override, then press [OK]. enter the output number and press [OK]. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 86: Battery Trouble

    Destination 1, the panel seizes the phone line and will reset when the Destination 2 or Destination 3 (Email) and will reset when phone line is released. the transmission ends. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 87: Incoming Call

    30 - Chime Zone Trigger This event type will cause the output to operate when a specific Chime Zone is triggered and reset when the Chime Zone reseals. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 88: Auto Arm Pre Alert

    Part 2 On zone the keypad. The output will reset when the system or becomes unsealed. area is disarmed. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 89: Keypad Fire

    11 - Normally This event type will cause the output to operate when a Low One Shot Open and program the output time specific time zone occurs. The output event assignment Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 90: Temperature Hi/lo

    Outputs configured to follow telephone numbers programmed in the CLI Trigger Table 2, (MENU 6-5- Note 5-1) would fail to operate if any of the CLI trigger telephone numbers call the GSM module. In version 2.14, this has been fixed. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 91: Event Assignment

    [MENU] to exit without saving. Open Pulsing Low Output is normally open circuit and will pulse LOW when the event occurs. The output will reset when the output event restores. Use the Time Parameter to set the pulse duration. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 92: Timed Outputs

    Output is normally LOW and will switch to open circuit when the event occurs. The output will only reset One Shot Mode when the time specified in the Time Parameter expires. The time base is the length of time that the output will 8-10 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 93: Pulsing Mode

    Off On Low Battery This option forces the control panel not to operate the output when a low battery or missing battery condition is in effect. Once the low battery condition restores, the output will return to normal operation. 8-11 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 94: Door Control

    00 - Disabled Press  0-9 OK to SAVE 2) Use the arrow or number keys to select the time zone that you want the door to follow, then press [OK] to save and exit. 8-12 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 95: Door Options

    It will also appear in the keypad display as an alarm condition identifying the door 'ALARM Door 1 Name' . To silence this alarm, you must enter a valid PIN at the keypad. 8-13 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 96: Internal Siren Test

    2) Any outputs programmed for event type 48 in the chosen area will now operate. The keypad will display the following during the strobe test. Strobe Activated. Will reset on exit Press OK or MENU 8-14 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 97: Output Event Type Table

    (Op) = Output Event Assignment (Zn) = Zone Event Assignment (Ur) = User Event Assignment (Tz) = TimeZone Event Assignment (Dr) = Door Group Event Assignment (Kp) = Keypad (Rr) = Reporting Destination Table 23: Output Event Types 8-15 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 98: Output Assignments

    O U T P U T D E FAU LT TA B L E The table below list the default values for all Output parameters in the Solution 6000. Outputs 1 to 4 are High current digital outputs and Output 5 is the onboard relay output. Outputs 9 to 40 are only available if the optional Output Relay Expander Boards (CM710B) are fitted.

  • Page 99: Comms Programming

    [OFF] key to turn call forward off. 3) Press [OK] to save and exit, or press [MENU] to cancel. See MENU 5-1-6 and MENU 5-1-7 to program the Call Forward ON and Call Forward OFF number Note sequence. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 100: Comms Programming Commands

    Disarm the system and abort all pending voice Press OK or MENU [OFF] messages (except Open/Close) Solution 6000 Control Panel Once the computer and control panel establishes a connection, the command will automatically exit. 1) Press [MENU] + [5] + [0] + [6] + [OK].

  • Page 101: Playing Back A Message

    If you would like to overwrite or re-record the same message again simply repeat the appropriate steps until you are satisfied. Currently it is not possible to reset the programmable messages back Note factory default settings. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 102: Register Customer

    Use the [] and [] keys to change the individual digit in the number or press the [OFF] key to clear the whole number and then enter the new number using the [0]-[9] keys. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 103: Destination 2

    For special characters including, pause, * or #, use the up and down 0453287306_ arrow keys.  Press 0-9 OK to SAVE 3) Press [OK] to save and exit or press [MENU] to exit without saving. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 104: Call Forward Off

    You can change a single digit by scrolling the cursor left or right. For special characters including, pause, * or #, use the up and down arrow keys. 3) Press [OK] to save and exit or press [MENU] to exit without saving. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 105: Dialler Options

    The 30 second timer starts when the Report Line Fail first digit of the first telephone number is dialled. This option sets the panel to send a line fail report when it detects a telco line fail condition. If configured, Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 106: Alarm L/fail If Off

    The dialler status indicator LED located on the main panel will always show the status of the dialler. See Note Section 3 - Wiring Diagrams for more information. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 107: Set Sms Password

    You must add any area codes or other special access numbers which are required to be able to dial the Note remote computer from the panel phone line. Simply add these numbers before the Call Back number. Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 108: Ras Security Pin

    3) Repeat Step 2 until all options are programmed as [MENU] to exit without saving. There is no need to required, then press [OK] to save and exit or press enter the % symbol. [MENU] to exit without saving. 9-10 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 109: Ras Allowed

    Press [0] + [#] to arm. You will hear 3 Setting this option allows access to user functions via beeps in decending order when the panel arms. the RAS upload/download software. If this option is not programmed, user functions will be disabled. 9-11 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 110: Voice Access Code

    Code then press [OK] to save and exit or press [MENU] to exit without saving. Each example below shows the log on step for clarity. In practise is only necessary to log on once per DTMF control session. 9-12 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 111: User Ras Pin

    Example If the programmed CLI telephone number is 0296721777, the control panel would only be required to match part of the telephone number (eg. 96721777) to answer the incoming call. 9-13 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 112: Reporting Options

    1) Press [MENU] + [5] + [4] + [1]. The keypad will display the current Transmission Format for Destination 2. TX Format Dest 2 01 - Contact ID Press  0-9 OK to SAVE 9-14 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 113: Test Route

    MENU 5-4-4 00 - Log Events Only 01 - Dest 1 + Log 02 - Dest 2 + Log 03 - Dest 1 & 2 + Log 04 - Dest 2 If 1 Fails 9-15 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 114: Burg Report Delay

    255 seconds. Primary IP Port 07703 Press 0-9 OK to SAVE 2) Using the numeric keys, enter the IP address required, then press [OK] to save and exit, or press [MENU] to exit without saving. 9-16 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 115: Gateway Numbers

    SMS Secondary the symbol appears in the display. Email  Press OK or MENU 2) Highlight the gateway telephone number to change and press [OK]. The keypad will display the current gateway telephone number. 9-17 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 116: Email Options

    (e.g. AC Fail, Low Battery etc) via email. Access This option allows the control panel to report via email when a valid token has been swiped eg. ‘Access Granted’ or ‘Access Denied’ . 9-18 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 117

    (0000 to 9999 seconds x 10), MyAlarm IP Address, then press [OK] to save and then press [OK] to save and exit or press [MENU] to exit or press [MENU] to exit without saving. exit without saving. 9-19 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 118

    Rr1 Dest 1 Rr2 Dest 2 Dest Nº 2 Exit  The encryption key must match the encryption key on the Press OK or MENU base station receiver for communication to take place. To 9-20 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 119: Sia Ip Prefix

    When the PE does not need to transmit a receiver number, nothing shall by transmitted for this element (ie. "R" or "R0" are not to to be transmitted in this case). 9-21 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 120: User Name/password

    [MENU] to exit without saving. Rt1 Dest 1 Rt2 Dest 2 Exit  Press OK or MENU 3) Highlight the destination that you want to program, then press [OK] to select. 9-22 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 121: Ip Ras Allowed

    IP connection method. UDP Installer RAS This option allows the control panel to communicate using the UDP internet protocol (User Datagram Protocol) when the installer remotely connects via Solution Link software. 9-23 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 122: Udp User Ras

    Comms Test Successful DNS Address Press OK or MENU 202129083058 Press  OK to SAVE 3) If the test fails, the keypad will prompt: Test Report Failed.. Please Call For Service Press OK or MENU 9-24 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 123: Test Report Time

    ‘Test Report - Auto’ message when the control display the current Test Report Period. panel returns to normal after trouble condition. Test Report Period 01 - Every Day Press  0-9 OK to SAVE 9-25 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 124: Test Route

    To clear all text from the cursor position to the right, press the [OFF] key. Enter Digits To Dial Press  OK to SAVE 3) Press [OK] when finished to start the test. 9-26 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 125: Device Programming

    SMS Radio Module if installed would fail to restart. In displayed. this situration the LAN would need to be unsecured and then perform a LAN scan or power cycle. In version 2.15, this has been corrected. 10-1 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 126: Lan Scan

    This menu allows you to adjust the brightness of the backlight on the keypad’s LCD display. Each keypad can 2) Press [OK] or [MENU] to exit. be adjusted separately to suit the customers needs. 10-2 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 127: Keypad & Reader Options

    To turn the area Part On, present your finger and 1) Enter [MENU] + [6] + [1] + [2] and select the keypad or LAN reader from the list then press [OK]. remove 2 seconds after the reader vibrates indicating a successful read. 10-3 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 128: Disarming Allowed

    60 seconds. To prevent users from viewing areas which they do not have access to, you will need to enable the PIN 10-4 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 129: General Options

    Turn Area All On This option allows the tamper circuit located on the back of the LAN device to function. As soon as the LAN device has been removed from the wall, the control panel will 10-5 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 130: Enable Egress Input

    Table 30: Fingerprint - Non Badging Examples activity for approximately 4 minutes. As soon as an alarm occurs or user activity on the LAN device, the backlighting and/or status LED's will return to normal. 10-6 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 131: Greetings

    Setting this option allows the panel to send a Fire report tone or sound the exit warning tone when a user turns to the base station when a Keypad Fire Emergency Alarm an area All On. 10-7 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 132: Audible Kpad Medical

    060 Seconds Note when initiated using graphic keypads that have Press 0-9 OK to SAVE built-in smart card readers. This included keypad fire, keypad panic and keypad medical emergency alarms. 10-8 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 133: Rf Receiver Options

    Alarm RF Rcvr Jamming Setting this option allows the panel to sound an alarm when the RF Receiver detects a jamming signal. This signal may not be provided by all compatible RF Receivers. Report RF Rcvr Jamming 10-9 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 134: Rf Device Options

    Setting this option will cause the panel to show a zone fault on the keypad for any RF devices that are missing Audible Keyfob Panic Setting this option allows users who have RF keyfobs to trigger an audible panic alarm via the keyfob. 10-10 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 135: Serial Device Options

    IEMI=19327130710103097 Radio Model=SL6087 Radio Firmware=Rev 1.96 Radio S/N=If this is available not sure Provider=Sim1 YES Optus or Sim2 YES Optus Signal Strength= Sim1 10dB or Sim2 11 dB Dual Sims Detected 10-11 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 136: Gsm/gprs Options

    Press  OK or MENU required, then press [OK] to save and exit or press [MENU] to exit without saving. 2) Highlight the telephone number that you want to program for CLI trigger, then press [OK] to select. 10-12 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 137: Cli Trigger Table 2

    - see Output Event type 71. Program the output event assignment as 2 so that the output follows CLI trigger table 2. 10-13 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 138

    Lock Multiple Doors <User Code>,Door,1,2,3,Lock Lock Multiple Doors With Confirmation <User Code>,Door,1,2,3,Lock,Confirm Check Status Of A Door <User Code>,Door,1,Status Check Status Of Multiple Doors <User Code>,Door,1,2,3,Status Check System Status <User Code>,System,Status Table 32: SMS Control Commands 10-14 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 139: Sms Control

    3) Using the numeric keys, enter the telephone number that you wish to program. 4) Press [OK] to save and return to the restrict SMS control table, otherwise press [MENU] to exit without saving. 10-15 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 140: Display Faults

    Report Cable Lost Report IP Conflict Report Poll Fail Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved This menu option allows you to configure the various RF receiver functions. Only one RF reciever can be fitted per panel. 10-16 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 141: System Programming

    The panel number that you are getting information from list then press [OK]. (eg. Node 1 = Panel 1 etc). The Solution 6000 is only configured to work with one panel. System Trbl...

  • Page 142: System Trouble Messages

    This trouble message will display if the panel detects the from the system. RF receiver is missing or disconnected. The trouble will clear when the receiver is reconnected. 11-2 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 143: Overload Condition

    3) Use the [] and [] keys scroll between history in MENU 5-2-2 — Phone Line Options. events and use the [] and [] keys to view the pages within the event. 4) Press [OK] or [MENU] to exit. 11-3 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 144: Domestic Default

    During a factory default both the Status and Dialler LED indicators on the panel will flash very quickly to Note indicate defaulting is still in progress. 1) Press [MENU] + [7] + [0] + [4]. The keypad will display: 11-4 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 145: Service Mode

    T = TimeZones 01 to 05 are true F = TimeZones 09 to 12 are false - = TimeZones 06 to 08 and Doors 13 to 16 are Disabled or Not Available 2) When finished press [OK] or [MENU] to exit. 11-5 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 146: Set Date And Time

    Use the left and right keys to move the cursor between the month, week and year. 3) When finished press [OK] to save and exit or press [MENU] to exit without saving. 11-6 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 147: Locale

    [ON] key to enable or the [OFF] key to disable. 3) Repeat Step 2 until all options are programmed as required, then press [OK] to save and exit or press [MENU] to exit without saving. 11-7 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 148: Battery Options

    Report COMM+ O/Load Setting this option will cause the panel to send an Overcurrent Trouble report to the base station when the current load on the COMM + terminal exceeds its maximum rating of 3 Amps. 11-8 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 149: Report +12v O/load

    Only outputs programmed as Event Type 36 and or without saving. 37 will be affected by this menu option. Note Only outputs programmed as Event Type 36, horn speaker with beeps will be effected by this menu Note option. 11-9 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 150: Siren Swinger

    Table 35: Fixed Timezones (Tz0 & Tz1) In previous versions, events programmed to follow timezones may fail to operate if the automatic test Note report option has been enabled. In version 2.14, this has been corrected. 11-10 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 151: Name

    (e.g. to enable Monday press [2] This menu allows you to program the start time and stop and to disable Monday press [2] again). time of each timezone period. Each timezone can have up to 4 different periods. 11-11 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 152: Timezone Options

    Holiday in the list Tz1 24 Hour TimeZone then press [OK]. Alternatively, you can enter the Tz2 TimeZone 2 Name Holiday number directly and press [OK]. Tz3 TimeZone 3 Name Press  OK or MENU 11-12 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 153: Start Stop Dates

    1234 and 2580 respectively. If either of these codes are left as default then the keypad will display the system trouble Default PIN. The fault will clear once the code or codes have been changed. 11-13 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 154: Pin Always Required

    Ignore Trouble On Arm This option allows the control panel to ignore unsealed zones and trouble conditions when a user arms an area. Low battery conditions cannot be ignored and will require the users input. 11-14 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 155: Keypad Idle Screen

    If the system is in service mode, then the installer PIN can always silence and turn Keypad Hi/Lo Temp off an area when an alarm even occurs. High Temp Low Temp Press  OK to SAVE 11-15 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 156: Auto Exit Install 2hr

    PIN. If the installer PIN is not 1) Enter [7] + [7] + [7] + [OK]. know then the panel will need to be returned to Bosch The keypad will display the current Site Name. Security for defaulting. A charge applies for this service.

  • Page 157: System Testing

    4) Press [OK] to save and exit or press [MENU] to exit To Go Back Press OK without saving. 2) Press [OK] to exit. » » E N D S E C T I O N « « 11-17 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 158

    Solution 6000 Installation Manual System Programming   This page left intentionally blank 11-18 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 159: Opening A Door Using A Single Digit Code

    ™ Opening a Garage Door using a Single Digit Code. Procedure ™ Opening a Garage Door using a 4 Button Keyfob. 1) Set RF Receiver Type in MENU 3-5-0 = 04 - Bosch ™ Auto Arming an Area using a Timezone. Serial Rcvr ™...

  • Page 160: Auto Arming An Area Using A Timezone

    This feature is used by the control panel to identify the telephone number that the upload download computer is calling from. When the control panel verifies that the 12-2 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 161: Sending Sms Alarm Reports Via The Pstn

    Setting User Door Assignment 14) In MENU 1-4-5. assign each user to the door being used as required. Each user can be assigned to multiple doors. 15) Program the users PIN, token, fingerprint as required. 12-3 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 162

    Solution 6000 Installation Manual Programming Examples   » » E N D S E C T I O N « « 12-4 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 163: Specifications

    235mm (W), 40mm (H), 85mm (D) ♦ CM710B - 4-Way Relay Output Module Warranty ♦ CM720B - 1 Amp Power Supply Module 3 years from date of manufacture ♦ CM728B - Biometric Fingerprint Reader (Black) 13-1 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 164

    10 x 3K3 – 0.25W +/- 1% Metal Film Resistors 10 x 6K8 – 0.25W +/- 1% Metal Film Resistors 1 x 3-Way AC Terminal Block 1 x Panel Tamper Switch 1 x Tamper Switch Bracket 13-2 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 165

    F.01U.294.856 F.01U.275.892 Copyright © 2014 — In the interest of ongoing product improvement we reserve the right to change specif ications at any time without notice — E&OE — Solution 6000 Product Matrix 8/2014 13-3 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 166

    CM195 which is not a LAN module. Copyright © 2014 — In the interest of ongoing product improvement we reserve the right to change specif ications at any time without notice — E&OE — Solution 6000 Product Matrix 8/2014 13-4...

  • Page 167: Index

    Template Default ....... 11-5 14-1 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 168

    Features........1-1 Terminal Descriptions ......3-2 Fingerprint 14-2 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 169

    Zero Exit Time ........10-3 14-3 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 170

    Options ........9-25 14-4 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

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    PCB Overlay ........3-6 Terminal Descriptions ......3-2 14-5 Bosch Security Systems 07/14 BLCC610I...

  • Page 172

    Bosch Security Systems 25 Huntingwood Drive Huntingwood, NSW 2128 Australia Phone: +612 9672 1777 Facsimile: +612 9672 1717 © 2014 Bosch Security Systems BLCC610I Issue FTR1.1...

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