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Document Number: 466-1835 Rev. C
Junel 2003
Contents
About This Manual .............................................................1
Special Installation Requirements ......................................1
UL Listed Installations ................................................1
Planning the Installation .....................................................4
Panel Types ..................................................................4
Panel Components .......................................................4
Panel Terminals ..................................................................5
Panel Accessory Kit ............................................................5
BUS Device Headers ..........................................................6
Panel Devices ..............................................................6
SuperBus 2000 Touchpads .................................................6
SuperBus 2000 Modules .....................................................6
SnapCards ...........................................................................6
Installing the System ..........................................................6
Determining the Panel Location ..................................7
Running Wires to the Panel Location ..........................7
System Wire Lengths ..........................................................7
Mounting the Panel .....................................................8
Installing Optional Panel Snapcards ............................8
SuperBus 2000 Touchpads .................................................9
SuperBus 2000 Modules ...................................................10
Connecting Speakers .................................................12
Connecting Sirens ......................................................13
Connecting Commercial Fire Devices ......................13
Cord (49-442) ............................................................14
Installation Instructions
Installing Panel Backup Battery(s) ........................... 15
Powering Up the Panel ..................................................... 15
Programming the Panel .................................................... 15
16
Entering/Exiting Program Mode ...................................... 16
Using Item Numbers ........................................................ 16
Special Programming Settings .................................. 17
Partitions/General Partition Settings ......................... 17
Partitions/Alarms ...................................................... 19
Partitions/X10 .......................................................... 21
Partitions/Reporting ................................................. 21
Partitions/Arming ...................................................... 23
Partitions/Zones ....................................................... 26
Codes ................................................................................ 27
Specific Phone Number Settings .............................. 29
Advanced Settings .................................................... 31
Phone Access Settings .............................................. 33
Local Phone Settings ........................................................ 33
Remote Phone Settings ............................................. 34
Zone Settings ............................................................ 35
Tripping Hardwire Zones .......................................... 36
Tripping Learn Mode Wireless Sensors .................... 36
I/O Settings ............................................................... 39
Accessory Modules .......................................................... 40
Fixed Output Settings ............................................... 42
Alarm Settings .......................................................... 43
System Settings ................................................................ 44
Miscellaneous Settings ..................................................... 48
Remote Downloader Programming ................................. 50
Advent Downloader Programming ........................... 50
Installing Line Carrier Devices ........................................ 50
Programming the Panel House Code ........................ 50
Part No. 60-562-03
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  Summary of Contents for GE Advent

  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Connecting Sirens ............13 Remote Downloader Programming ......... 50 Connecting Commercial Fire Devices ......13 Advent Downloader Programming ......50 Installing an RJ-31X Phone Jack (13-081) ....13 Connecting the Phone Line to the Panel with a DB-8 Installing Line Carrier Devices ........50 Cord (49-442) ............14...
  • Page 2 Installing X10 Modules ............50 Menu Outputs ..............74 Adding Lights/Devices to Program Memory ....51 Access Codes and Authority Level Settings ....76 Testing the System ............51 Basic System Commands ..........51 Authority Level Settings ..........76 Testing Panel Backup Battery(s) .......51 Testing Hardwire and Wireless Zones/Sensors ..51 Item Numbers Index and Record ........
  • Page 3: About This Manual

    About This Manual Table 1. UL 365 Listed System Settings This manual provides information for planning, installing, programming, and testing an Advent Commercial security Feature Feature Required Setting or fire system. When necessary, this manual refers you to other documentation included with compatible peripherals.
  • Page 4 Enable Police Panic Keys 1-On UL 864 listed systems and are for supplementary use only. xx086 Enable Auxiliary/Medical 1-On Panic Keys Zone Types 27, 28, and 32 (Custom Outputs) may not be used in UL 864 listed systems. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 5 Battery Test Interval 1-4 hours 17078 Detect Receiver Failure 1-On 17076 Commercial or Residential 0-Off Residential Installation 17079 Alarm Messages Play at High 1-On High Volume 17078 Detect Receiver Failure 1-On 17096 Report System Events 1-On Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 6: California State Fire Marshall Listed Installations

    Advent systems. xx098 Audible Verification at Close 1-On If 2 Advent systems are in close proximity the total number Report of wireless sensors for all systems must not exceed 250 wireless fire sensors or 132 of all other sensors.
  • Page 7: Panel Terminals

    30 VDC @ 2.5A or 70 VAC 40-588 Protective adhesive pads for side-mounted @ 500 mA maximum. Normally SnapCards connected to +12 VDC terminal 4 or See Note 1 49-442 DB-8 phone cord other siren voltage source. 49-462 SuperBus header cable Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 8: Bus Device Headers

    SuperBus 2000 RS-232 Automation module allows you to up to 31 devices for a total of 62 devices per panel. Table 10 connect an Advent panel to a compatible automation sys- describes the bus device headers. Use Table A.8 on tem.
  • Page 9: Determining The Panel Location

    Solid or LCD Alphanumeric 18 ga.—1300 ft. Stranded Touchpad FLOOR 8543G06B.DS4 SuperBus 2000 2x20 22 ga.—500 ft. Solid or VFD Alphanumeric 18 ga.—1300 ft. Stranded Figure 2. Determining Panel Location Touchpad *) Not investigated by UL. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 10: Mounting The Panel

    Recheck level, insert the two lower screws, and then tighten all four mounting screws. Route all wires to the panel. Install the panel circuit board, using the five supplied board mounting screws. *) For Residential Use Only. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 11: Connecting Superbus 2000 Modules And Touchpads

    650 mA. If the total current draw for all devices on either SuperBus connector exceeds 650 mA, another power source must be used—such as Terminal 4 (+12V) or an external + 12V power supply. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 12: Superbus 2000 Modules

    WIRING HARNESS 49-462 8543266A.DSF Figure 8. Connecting a SuperBus 2000 8Z Input Module 4-Relay Output Module (60-770) Connect the SuperBus 2000 4-Relay Output Module to the panel as shown in Figure 9. Connect all necessary output Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 13 Printer Module ‰ Printer Module in Plastic Case (60-783) ‰ Printer Module in Metal Case (60-854) Note For Commercial Fire installations the Printer Module in the Metal Case (60-854) must be used. *) Not investigated by UL. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 14: Voice Siren 25/70 Volt Converter Card (60-773)

    Separate in and out conductors must be used at each $87,21 speaker. Do not loop a single wire around each terminal. To avoid damage the panel speaker output, do not make speaker connections with the panel powered up. *) Not investigated by UL. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 15: Connecting Sirens

    Proceed to “Troubleshooting” on page 55 if problems persist. HARDWIRE 8543139B.DSF EXTERIOR SIREN Figure 17.Connecting the Hardwire Exterior siren to the panel. Connecting Commercial Fire Devices For information on connecting commercial fire devices please see Appendix C on page 109. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 16: Connecting The Phone Line To The Panel With A Db-8 Cord (49-442)

    Connecting the Phone Line to the Panel Note with a DB-8 Cord (49-442) For UL 864 Advent Fire panel installations the 24 VAC, 100 VA Class I AC transformer is required. After installing the RJ-31X jack, you are ready to connect Mount the transformer in the cabinet at one of the two the phone line to the panel.
  • Page 17: Installing Panel Backup Battery(S)

    The panel can be programmed using downloader software (on site only) or an alphanumeric touchpad connected to the panel. The system interface is menu-driven and self- prompting. It will automatically request access codes and data if required. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 18: Using The Downloader Software To Program The Panel

    System settings in this manual appear in the same order as 0 & 1 Select off (0) or on (1) wherever needed. you would see them in Advent Downloader software. This is done to eliminate confusion whether you are program- ming from a touchpad or the downloader.
  • Page 19: Special Programming Settings

    (Defaults = Partition/Area 1 - on, all others off) Choose whether or not to enable the partition/area. Partition/Area 1 is always enabled. To turn a Partition/Area On/Off: Once the item number has been entered, enter for on, or ƒ off. Press to apply the new setting. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 20 If set to on, exterior sirens sound after a 15-second delay. To turn Exterior Siren Delay On/Off: Once the item number has been entered, enter for on (15- ƒ second delay), or for off (no delay). Press to apply the new setting. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 21: Partitions/Alarms

    (Default = 12:00) This is the time of day when the system will (Default = off) This setting enables the panel to generate a tamper annunciate any existing trouble conditions. For Advent alarm (in addition to a trouble report) when tampering of a fire Commercial Fire and Burglary panels, trouble(s) are annunciated zone is detected.
  • Page 22 Note This option is not available in UL-864 version. To turn this setting On/Off: Once the item number has been entered, enter for on or ƒ off. Press to apply the new setting. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 23: Partitions/X10

    To turn Cancel Event Cancels Report On/Off: Once the item number has been entered, enter to turn the setting on (canceled event cancels report) or to turn it off. Press ƒ to apply the new setting. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 24 To turn Generate Restoral Reports for Reporting Zone Types On/Off: Once the item number has been entered, enter to turn the ƒ setting on or to turn it off. Press to apply the new setting. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 25: Partitions/Arming

    Once the item number has been entered, enter the number of minutes (15–120) users will be able to extend the notification Once the item number has been entered, enter the keyswitch ƒ period and press ƒ arming level (2–5). Press to apply the new setting. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 26 To program the Number of Zones that can be Bypassed: Once the item number has been entered, enter the number of ƒ zones that may be bypassed at once (0–250). Press to apply the new setting. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 27 Cannot be used with Early Termination Enabled setting (xx101). To turn One-Time Reset Enabled On/Off: Once the item number has been entered, enter to turn the ƒ setting on or to turn it off. Press to apply the new setting. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 28: Partitions/Zones

    Medical Assignments setting (xx084). Turning Enable Auxiliary/Medical Panic Keys On/ Off: Once the item number has been entered, enter to turn the ƒ setting on (enabled) or to turn it off. Press to apply the new setting. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 29: Codes

    Access Code. The settings below cover only installer programming codes. Enter any five-digits (0–9) for the new Downloader For information on user access code programming, please ƒ . Access code, then press refer to the User’s Guide. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 30 Deleting a Line Dialing Prefix: Once the desired item number has been entered the cur- rent line dial prefix will be displayed. 0 + ƒ . The touchpad will display NO DATA. Enter Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 31: Specific Phone Number Settings

    Select the ID to be sent with pager reports. To set the Pager ID: Once the item number has been entered, enter the 5-digit Pager ID ƒ (00000–99999) to be sent with pager reports and press Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 32 In order for the panel to report events to the pager the pager phone number must be enabled. See Enable Pager Phone Number setting (zz001). To delete a Pager Phone Number: ƒ Enter the desired item number. Enter . The touchpad will display NO DATA. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 33: Advanced Settings

    (don’t report). Press apply the new setting. To set the Maximum Ring Cycle Time: Once the item number has been entered, specify the maximum ƒ ring cycle time (0–255). Press to apply the new setting. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 34 To set the Valid Ring at Beginning or End of Cycle: Once the item number has been entered, enter to turn this ƒ setting on (ring valid), or to turn it off (ring not valid). Press to apply the new setting. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 35: Phone Access Settings

    (0–255 [0 = no max time]). ƒ to apply the new setting. To delete the Local Phone Connect Sequence: Press Enter the item number. 0 + ƒ . The touchpad will display NO DATA. Enter Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 36: Remote Phone Settings

    For residential use only. To turn Enable Remote Phone Access On/Off: Once the item number has been entered, enter to turn this ƒ setting on (enabled), or to turn it off. Press to apply the new setting. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 37: Zone Settings

    Advent system. Setting the Min Time Between Ring-Pause-Ring Calls: If 2 or more Advent systems are in close proximity to each other, the total number of wireless sensors for all systems Once the item number has been entered, specify the minimum must not exceed 132.
  • Page 38: Tripping Hardwire Zones

    ‰ The alarm state is either open or closed, depending on the normal condition of the sensor. Multiple normally closed *) Refer to the specific sensor/touchpad Installation Instruc- switches are wired in series and tripped open. Multiple tions for more details on tripping sensors/touchpads. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 39 Enter the desired zone number and press shows TEXT FOR ZONE n IS current zone text. ENTER TEXT NUMBERS OR PRESS # TO ACCEPT. 000 and press ƒ . The display shows TEXT FOR Enter ZONE n IS NO TEXT. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 40 ƒ to apply changes. To edit another attribute repeat Press To set Smoke Loop Reset Time: step 1. Enter the item number. Enter the reset time (3-15 seconds) and ƒ press Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 41: I/O Settings

    Only those outputs that are programmed to be delayed ƒ press will be affected by this setting. To program the Output Activation Delay: Enter the desired item number. Enter the desired delay time (1– ƒ 999) and press Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 42: Accessory Modules

    The panel will scroll through and display information about each ƒ ‚ device. To skip forward press . To exit press . Once the panel lists all the bus devices it will return to the program menu. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 43 The panel will scroll through and display information about each ƒ ‚ device. To skip forward press . To exit press . Once the panel lists all the bus devices it will return to the program menu. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 44: Fixed Output Settings

    Once in program mode enter shows ENTER PARTITION NUMBER OR PRESS * TO CANCEL. ƒ . The Enter the desired partition/area number and press display shows ENTER DISPLAY NUMBERS OR PRESS ƒ . * TO CANCEL. Press Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 45: Alarm Settings

    Enter the desired output number and press shows TEXT FOR OUTPUT nn IS current text. ENTER TEXT NUMBERS OR PRESS # TO ACCEPT. 000 and press ƒ . The display shows TEXT FOR Enter OUTPUT nn IS NO TEXT. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 46: System Settings

    Once the item number has been entered, enter for on, or Note ƒ off. Press to apply the new setting. This option can only be programmed through Advent Downloader. Time Fire Alarm is Silenced 17111 (Alarms) Medical Siren Cadence Police Siren Cadence...
  • Page 47 ƒ format (0–6) and press from a wireless zone. If the panel does not receive a transmission within this time window, a trouble report occurs. Advent panels have two RF Supervisory Times (A and B). Time Format To set RF Supervisory Time:...
  • Page 48 (if connected to panel). 17076 (System) Note (Default = Commercial: 1, Residential: 0) Select either a This option can only be programmed through Advent commercial or residential installation. If commercial, LTIME is Downloader. set to every 4 hours instead of 24 hours. Note This option is not available in UL-864 version.
  • Page 49 Once the item number has been entered, enter for on, or ƒ off. Press to apply the new setting. To set Battery Voltage Shutdown is Started: Once in program mode enter the item number. Enter the desired ƒ voltage (151–167 [8.9–9.8V]) and press Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 50: Miscellaneous Settings

    (Default = 00000000) The Downloader Account Number is used battery voltage at which a system shutdown (during an AC power to identify the panel to Advent Downloader. failure) is canceled (set in 1/17 volt units). To enter a Downloader Account Number:...
  • Page 51 (Default = n/a) This setting allows you to specify how you want events reported. To Clear History Buffer: Note Enter the installer code. Whenever possible, use Advent Downloader to set con- figuration masks. 50004 . The display shows HISTORY Enter BUFFER CLEARED.
  • Page 52: Remote Downloader Programming

    ‰ 17109 Downloader Account Number—Must match (Default = n/a) Prints events based on a time range. (in Advent Downloader and at the panel) or be left at default. To Print History Buffer: ‰ yy001 (23001 or 24001) Phone Number Enable—...
  • Page 53: Adding Lights/Devices To Program Memory

    While the zone test is a valuable installation and service ‰ Testing Optional Lights and Devices tool, it only tests zone operation for the current conditions. You should perform a zone test after any change in envi- (X10 Modules) ronment, equipment, or programming. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 54: If A Wireless Sensor Fails The Zone/Sensor Test

    Table 15. Signal Level Installation Instructions included with the module and the information provided on page 10 of this manual. You can Number Signal Level have up to 5 RF transceivers on an Advent Fire panel. Weak 10-14 Fair Testing Outputs and Sirens...
  • Page 55: Testing The X10 Modules (Menu Controlled Outputs)

    Make sure all premises telephones are on-hook (hung For information on adjusting display backlighting and up). brightness, please see the specific Advent panel User Guide. Press 0 . The display shows PHONE MENU. Vacuum fluorescent displays do not have a contrast Press 1 + primary access code + ƒ...
  • Page 56 Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 57: Troubleshooting

    Panel - Power LED section in this table. Zone [zone #] low battery is indicated. Replace the indicated sensor battery. SnapCard low battery is indicated. Check the panel 24 VDC Smoke Expansion SnapCard backup battery and connections and replace if necessary. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 58 2. Check Superbus wire routing and length. (Shielded cable may be required on very long or noisy wire runs.) 3. Check panel/module programming. Only one module phone line works. 1. Check phone/module connections. 2. Repair/replace faulty module. 3. Check panel/module programming. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 59 4. Output relay may have failed or been overloaded. Reprogram to use a different (unused) out- put or replace the module. Wrong output activates. 1. Check panel output programming. 2. Check output device wiring and connections. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 60 3. Check transformer to panel wire for short or open circuits. 4. Connect the transformer and check for about 24 VAC at the transformer unconnected termi- nals. If zero (0) volts, reset the built-in transformer circuit breaker (if it has one) or replace the transformer. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 61 6. Perform a phone test after troubleshooting the phone line. Constant dial tone is preventing dial-out on premises phones. Polarity-sensitive phones exist on the premises. Reverse the phone wires connected to the brown and gray wire terminals on the RJ-31X jack. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 62 Wrong clock time, date, or day indication. 1. Check panel clock/calendar programming. 2. Check panel day of week programming. Schedules don’t repeat. 1. Check panel schedules programming. 2. Check if system clock/calendar has been changed since schedules were programmed. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 63 The panel does not respond to wireless touchpad commands. 1. Operate touchpads from different locations to locate areas of intermittent operation. 2. Check and/or replace wireless touchpad battery. 3. Program or reprogram the touchpad(s) into the panel. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 64 4. Check that the HOUSE dial on the X-10 Modules match the house code programmed into the panel. 5. Check for correct X-10 module unit settings and panel programming. Zones, Loops (See Hardwire Inputs, Sensors.) Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 65: System Configuration Worksheets

    60-870 SuperBus 2000 LED Driver 20 mA 20 mA Board 60-871 SuperBus 2000 LED Display 36 mA (1 LED per group) 65 mA (display) or Terminal Board (max LEDs lit) 60-872 (terminal) SnapCards (2 per panel) Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 66: Determining Maximum Panel Wire Length

    22 Gauge 18 Gauge 16 Gauge 14 Gauge Current 2200 (AWG) (AWG) (AWG) (AWG) Draw 2300 (mA) 2400 1,562 2,486 3,936 2500 1,244 1,968 2600 1314 2700 2800 2900 3000 *Two volt maximum loop voltage drop. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 67: Other System Devices

    *Unit codes affect module responses. 60-830 Heavy Duty Line Carrier 24 VAC, 100 VA, Class I, 110VAC, 60 Hz AC Power Transformer 60-823 Heavy Duty Line Carrier 24 VAC, 100 VA, Class II 110 VAC, 60 Hz AC Power Transformer Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 68: Partition/Area Descriptions

    Partition/Area Descriptions Use Table A.7 to write in information about each partition or area. Table A.7 Partition/Area Numbers and Descriptions Partition/ Description/Location [Display Text] Area No. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 69: Superbus 2000 Device Information

    1 / 2 1 / 2 1 / 2 1 / 2 1 / 2 1 / 2 1 / 2 1 / 2 1 / 2 1 / 2 1 / 2 1 / 2 Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 70: Zone And Sensor Information

    Zone/Sensor Text HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 71 HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 72 HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 73 HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 74 HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 75 HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF HW/RF Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 76: Menu Outputs

    Use Table A.10 to document information about menu out- puts. Room to document 40 menu outputs is provided below. If you need more room, simply copy this page. Table A.10 Menu Outputs Partition/Area Menu Schedule Text Output No. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 77 Table A.10 Menu Outputs Partition/Area Menu Schedule Text Output No. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 78: Access Codes And Authority Level Settings

    * Factory defaults shown. Write in actual settings. Primary (prime) authority - of which there is only one per partition/area is required to assign full and duress authorities. Primary, full and duress authority levels (not shown) are not programmable. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 79: Item Numbers Index And Record

    2_____________, 4_____________, 6_____________, 8_____________ xx026 Enable Arming Level 3 (page 23) On 1_____________, 3_____________, 5_____________, 7_____________, 2_____________, 4_____________, 6_____________, 8_____________ xx027 Enable Arming Level 4 (page 23) On 1_____________, 3_____________, 5_____________, 7_____________, 2_____________, 4_____________, 6_____________, 8_____________ Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 80 2_____________, 4_____________, 6_____________, 8_____________ xx079 Generate Alarm for Unarmed Tamper Signals 1_____________, 3_____________, 5_____________, 7_____________, (page 19) Off 2_____________, 4_____________, 6_____________, 8_____________ xx080 First Trip Local Second Trip Report (page 20) 1_____________, 3_____________, 5_____________, 7_____________, 2_____________, 4_____________, 6_____________, 8_____________ Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 81 Types (page 22) Off 2_____________, 4_____________, 6_____________, 8_____________ xx113 Exterior Siren Delay (page 18) Off 1_____________, 3_____________, 5_____________, 7_____________, 2_____________, 4_____________, 6_____________, 8_____________ xx116 Account Number 1 (page 18) 00000000 1_____________, 3_____________, 5_____________, 7_____________, 2_____________, 4_____________, 6_____________, 8_____________ Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 82 Battery Voltage Shutdown is Started (page 47) 9.4V 17040 Battery Voltage Shutdown is Canceled (page 48) 10.4V 17041 Hours to Delay Before Reporting AC Failure (page 47) 6 hrs 17043 Percent Full History Buffer Reports (page 46) 80 percent Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 83 Disarm Cancels the Alarm (page 44) Commercial Fire On, Commercial Burglary 17085 Enable Local Phone Access in Partition/Area 1 (page 33) Off 17086 Enable Remote Phone Access (page 34) On 17087 Enable Remote Phone Ring Count (page 34) Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 84 Phone Number Enable (page 29) Off 19001_____________, 20001_____________, 21001_____________, 22001_____________, 23001_____________, 24001_____________ yy002 Number to Dial (page 30) None 19002_____________, 20002_____________, 21002_____________, 22002_____________, 23002_____________, 24002_____________ yy003 Number of Attempts (page 30) 5 19003__________________, 20003__________________, 21003__________________, 22003__________________, 23003__________________, 24003__________________ Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 85 28008_____________, 29008_____________, 30008_____________, 31008_____________, 32008_____________, 33008_____________, 34008_____________, 35008_____________, 36008_____________, 37008_____________, 38008_____________, 39008_____________, 40008_____________ zz009 Partition/Area 3 Pager Reports (page 31) Off 25009_____________, 26009_____________, 27009_____________, 28009_____________, 29009_____________, 30009_____________, 31009_____________, 32009_____________, 33009_____________, 34009_____________, 35009_____________, 36009_____________, 37009_____________, 38009_____________, 39009_____________, 40009_____________ Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 86 List Bus Devices (page 40) 48004 Bus Device Partition/Area (page 41) 48005 Change Transmit Bus ID (page 41) 48006 List Bus Device Text (page 41) 48007 Replace/Delete Bus Device ID (page 41) 48009 Program LED Module (page 41) Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 87 50008-50009 Holiday Lists (page 49) 50010 Event Configuration and Alarm Masks (page 49) 50012 Print Zone & Device Information (page 49) 50013 Access Code Length (page 28) 4 50014-50015 Delete Primary/Secondary SnapCard (page 50) 50016 Print History Buffer (page 50) Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 88 Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 89: Appendix B: Reference Tables

    3, 4, 5 Police/Police Follower √ √ √ √ √ Instant alarms. * † Interior Delayed Interior doors that initiate a delay 3, 4, 5 Police/Police Standard √ √ √ √ √ √ Interior before going into alarm.* Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 90 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 None Instant √ √ √ √ Indicator protecting anything that opens and closes. Chime only. Fixed 24-hour audible fixed medical 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Medical/Medical Instant √ √ √ √ Medical emergency buttons. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 91 Fixed 24-hour silent fixed holdup 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Holdup/None Instant √ √ Holdup emergency button alarm. Portable 24-hour silent portable holdup 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Holdup/None Instant √ Holdup emergency button alarm. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 92 Liquid level is low. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Liquid Level/ Instant √ √ Level Trouble Fire A fire supervisory trouble has been 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Fire Instant √ √ √ § Supervisory detected. Supervisory/ Trouble Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 93 The user is on-site and perimeter and 24-hour sensors are active. Since users are not Same as Level 2. moving around, Interior sensors except those in night groups are also active. Level 5 SILENT Same as Level 3, but police alarms are silent. Same as Level 2. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 94 CALLER ID_ ACKNOWLEDGE_ B (display only) CAMERA_ ACKNOWLEDGME CANCEL_ BABY’S_ CANCELED_ ACTIVE_ BACK_ CAR_ ACTIVITY_ BACKUP_ CARBON ADD_ MONOXIDE_ BAD_ ADDED_ CASH_ BADGE_ ADDRESS_ CCTV_ BALCONY_ ADDRESSABLE_ CEILING_ BAR_ ADVENT_ CELLAR_ BARN_ AGAIN_ CELLULAR_ BASEMENT_ AGENT_ Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 95 GROUND_ COUNT_ DRIVEWAY_ FATHER’S_ GROUP_ COUNTER_ DRUG_ FAULT_ GUARD_ CPU_ DUAL_ FEATURE_ GUEST_ CRITICAL_ DUCT_ FEATURES_ GUN_ CUSTOM_ DURESS_ FEBRUARY_ H (display only) D (display only) E (display only) FENCE_ FIFTH_ HALL_ DAMPER_ EARLY_ FILE_ HALLWAY_ Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 96 MOTOR_ PANEL_ ITEM_ LOG_ N (display only) PANIC_ J (display only) LONG_ PANTRY_ LOOP_ NAC_ (“knack”) PARENTS’_ JACUZZI_ LOT_ NEGATIVE_ PARKING_ JAM_ LOUNGE_ NEW_ PARTITION_ JANITOR_ LOW_ NIGHT_ PATH_ JANUARY_ LOWER_ NINTH_ PATIO_ JEWELRY_ LTIME_ PERIMETER_ Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 97 *_ (spoken as Star) THERMOSTAT_ RECALL SENSITIVITY Flashing * -- do not THIRD_ RECEIVER_ SENSOR_ * (spoken as Star) Dash (spoken as RECEIVING_ SENSORS_ Through) START_ RECEPTION_ SEPTEMBER_ Dash_ (spoken as STARTING_ Through) RECONNECT_ SERVANT_ STATION_ THURSDAY_ RED_ SERVICE_ Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 98 _ (space) Token Text Token Text . (period) ‘ (apostrophe) -- (dash) __ (underline) * (star) (time) (date) (day and date) _(pseudo space) (return) * (Flashing star) Trouble Indicator (undefined) (undefined) # (pound) : (colon) / (slash) Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 99 ____ ____ HC2 (CB, CF) = 14 ____ ____ HC1 (CB, CF) =7 ____ ____ HC2 (CB, CF) = 15 ____ ____ HC1 (CB, CF) = 8 ____ ____ HC2 (CB, CF) = 16 ____ ____ Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 100 X10 Unit Dial Light/Device Menu Output X10 Unit Dial Light/Device Menu Output Partition 1 Partition 2 Setting Number Number Setting Number Number House Code 1 House Code 1 House Code 2 House Code 2 Non-X10 Non-X10 Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 101 X10 Unit Dial Light/Device Menu Output X10 Unit Dial Light/Device Menu Output Partition 3 Partition 4 Setting Number Number Setting Number Number House Code 1 House Code 1 House Code 2 House Code 2 Non-X10 Non-X10 Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 102 X10 Unit Dial Light/Device Menu Output X10 Unit Dial Light/Device Menu Output Partition 5 Partition 6 Setting Number Number Setting Number Number House Code 1 House Code 1 House Code 2 House Code 2 Non-X10 Non-X10 Non-X10 Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 103 X10 Unit Dial Light/Device Menu Output X10 Unit Dial Light/Device Menu Output Partition 7 Partition 8 Setting Number Number Setting Number Number House Code 1 House Code 1 House Code 2 House Code 2 Non-X10 Non-X10 Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 104: Contact Id Codes And Event Types

    All alarm cancels are reported as CID code 406 Entry Exit Intrusion (Police) 35 10-12* *Advent has a defined level that reports “silent burglary” (CID Perimeter Intrusion (Police) 146). This will be used in place of the defined event code at the...
  • Page 105 Early Manual Phone Test Late Auto Phone Test Fail Off-Normal Auto Phone Test 2 Exception Phone Test Passed None Extension Phone Test Failed None Keyswitch/Keyfob Disarm User Zone Test Started Scheduled Disarm User Zone Test Ended Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 106 Report Buffer Overflow Download Error Bus Device Failure Download Denied Failure to Communicate Date/Time Changed Long Range Radio Trouble Expansion Module Added Module Tamper Expansion Module Deleted Unenrolled Module Speech Tokens Changed Audio Amplifier Trouble Program Code Changed Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 107: Additional Cid Reporting

    Remote Phone Reports 901 Remote phone, phone test would report as 901. Off-Normal Auto Phone Test 2 Installer Code Alarm cancelled with installer Phone Test Passed None code would report as 999. Phone Test Failed None Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 108 Main battery(s) low SnapCard battery trouble SnapCard battery(s) SnapCard battery(s) Module battery trouble Module battery OK Module battery(s) low. Note: If no LEDs are on, either the group is not programmed or the partition/area is not enabled. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 109: Smoke And Heat Detector Installation

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  • Page 110 Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 111: Commercial Fire Wiring Examples

    8 5 7 3 2 7 7 A . D S F 18-Gauge Solid Wire Figure C3. Connecting Hardwire Fire Pulls Connecting Water Flow Detection Devices. Connect one or more water flow detection devices as shown in Figure C4. Advent Commercial Fire System...
  • Page 112: Wiring Al602Iti Power Supply

    “Fault” input in the AL602ITI as shown in Figure C5. Wire the N.O. and C terminals of the common trouble output on the AL602ITI to an input zone on the Advent panel as shown in Figure X. This input zone must be learned into the Advent panel as Zone type 96.
  • Page 113 S Y N C I N > O U T S Y N C PS-12/24-8 Trouble Output AL802UL-ADA to any Advent Panel Logic Board Input or Input Module Programmed as Zone I N 1 + I N 1 – I N 2 + I N 2 –...
  • Page 114 Except as expressly provided herein, the purchase of this product shall not constitute a license or otherwise provide a right to practice a method covered by any of the identified patents. GE Interlogix hereby grants the purchaser of this product a limited non-exclusive license to practice the methods patented in the identified patents solely with products manufactured, sold or licensed by GE Interlogix.
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