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Partial Extended (3X1 Part. Ext. or 4X1 Part. Ext.)

The Partial Extended Reporting Format: AAA EZ or AAAA EZ
Where:
AAAA = 3- or 4-digit account number (Program Questions 05 and 06)
E = Single-digit Event code; it is the first of the 2 programmable Reporting code digits
Z = Zone or user identifier; it is the second of the 2 programmable Reporting code digits
The Partial Extended format is a combination of both the Standard and Extended formats. It transmits
in Pulse a standard message for alarm conditions and an extended message for restores and other
system conditions. To report a standard message, enter a numerical digit (0 - 9) in the first of the 2-
digit reporting code; for an extended message, enter a hexadecimal digit (B - F) in the first of the 2-digit
reporting code. The extended messages are used whenever a zone or user identification is needed
(bypasses, restores, openings/closings, etc.). It can also transmit with and without parity. Examples:
3X1 Stand. w/o Parity (Alarm)
123 3 (1st round)
123 3 (2nd round)
123 3 (resulting data) Burglary

3X2 or 4X2

The 3X2 or 4X2 Reporting Format: AAA EZ or AAAA EZ
Where:
AAAA = 3- or 4-digit account number (Program Questions 05 and 06)
E = Single-digit Event code; it is the first of the 2 programmable Reporting code digits
Z = Zone or user identifier; it is the second of the 2 programmable Reporting code digits
This format is also in Pulse and is an alternative to the Extended format; it also transmits a 2-digit
reporting code. Its specific meaning is a 3- or 4-digit account number followed by a 2-digit alarm code. It
can be transmitted with parity (1 round of data) or without parity (2 rounds of data). There are 15
possible Event codes, each of which can have 15 different zone identifiers. As a result, a total of 225
individual events can be reported. It is different from the extended format in the way it transmits. This
is illustrated in the examples below:
3X2 w/o Parity
123 31 (1st round)
123 31 (2nd round)
123 31 (resulting data) Burglary Zone 1
Appendix A - Central Station Reporting Formats
3X1 Part. Ext. w/o Parity (Restore)
123 E (1st round)
EEE 1 (3rd round)
123 E1 (resulting data) Burglary
3X2 w/Parity
123 31 5 (1st round)
123 31 (resulting data) Burglary Zone 1
123 E (2nd round)
EEE 1 (4th round)
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