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  • Page 1 Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide Click here for the most recent version of this document.
  • Page 2 All specifications are subject to change without notice. Document information Document title: Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 Document number: EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) Document update date: March 11, 2014 You can send your comments, corrections, and suggestions about this guide to documentation@genetec.com.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 1: Introduction to Galaxy Dimension control panel integration Understanding Galaxy Dimension control panel integration . How Galaxy Dimension control panel integration works . How Honeywell Galaxy terminology is used in Security Center . Chapter 2: Release Notes What’s new in 5.2 SR4.
  • Page 4 Map Galaxy panel events to Security Center actions . . 34 Appendix A: SIA event types Index . 43 Where to find product documentation . . 45 Technical support . 46 gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 5: About This Guide

    About this guide This guide describes how to integrate Honeywell Galaxy Dimension series control panels in Security Center, and how to monitor them in Security Desk. This guide supplements Security Center and Honeywell documentation. For more information, see "Where to find product documentation"...
  • Page 6 Introduction to Galaxy Dimension control panel integration This section describes the main features of integrating Honeywell Galaxy Dimension series control panels in Security Center and how the integration works. This section includes the following topics: • "Understanding Galaxy Dimension control panel integration"...
  • Page 7: Understanding Galaxy Dimension Control Panel Integration

    • Generate reports on events related to intrusion detection units. For more information, see “Intrusion detection unit events” in the Security Desk User Guide. gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 8: How Galaxy Dimension Control Panel Integration Works

    How Galaxy Dimension control panel integration works How Galaxy Dimension control panel integration works Honeywell Galaxy Dimension series control panels are integrated to Security Center using the Intrusion Manager role. The Intrusion Manager role receives events from the control panel over an IP network, reports them live in Security Desk, and logs them in a database for future reporting.
  • Page 9: How Honeywell Galaxy Terminology Is Used In Security Center

    How Honeywell Galaxy terminology is used in Security Center Honeywell Galaxy intrusion detection components are mapped as entity types in Security Center. The following table lists some Honeywell Galaxy components and terms, and how they are represented in Security Center. Honeywell term...
  • Page 10 Release Notes This section describes the new features and enhancements of Honeywell Galaxy Dimension series control panels supported in Security Center 5.2 SR4, as well as resolved issues, known issues, and limitations. This section includes the following topics: • "What’s new in 5.2 SR4"...
  • Page 11: What's New In 5.2 Sr4

    • Security Center can now communicate with the Galaxy Dimension IP communication. control panel using an IP connection with the Honeywell Galaxy Ethernet Module E080-4. Resolved issues for 5.2 SR4 There are no resolved issues for 5.2 SR4. Resolved issues for 5.2 SR3 There are no resolved issues for 5.2 SR3.
  • Page 12: Known Issues

    Security Center. 57492 The Intrusion Manager role cannot report the “Entry delay started” control panel event. gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 13: Supported Honeywell Galaxy Devices

    82756 Some intrusion detection events are not supported in Security Center 5.2. A list of supported events will be available soon, please check the latest version of the Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide. Supported Honeywell Galaxy devices Security Center 5.2 SR4 supports the following Honeywell Galaxy Dimension control panel...
  • Page 14: Supported Number Of Devices And Entities

    Create intrusion detection areas automatically in No. Must activate and configure manually Security Center No. Must activate and Create input entities automatically in Security Center configure manually gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 15 Unit connected Intrusion detection unit events Unit Lost AC fail Battery fail Input supervision trouble Input bypass activated Input bypass deactivated Tamper gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 16 Delayed perimeter arm See limitation 56828 Forced arm Live input entity state changes Normal Yes (with limitation 57040) Active Yes (with limitation 57040) Supervision trouble Bypassed gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 17 If an intrusion detection area is master armed and you want to perimeter arm it, you must first disarm the area, and then perimeter arm it. gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 18 21 • "Configuring the intrusion detection unit" on page 23 • "Map Galaxy panel events to Security Center actions" on page 34 gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 19: Configuration Overview

    (Optional) Create events-to-actions, for Galaxy Dimension "Map Galaxy panel events to Security control panel events received in Security Center to trigger Center actions" on page 34. actions. gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 20: Preconfiguration Checklist

    For more information about configuring the RS232 communication port settings on the control panel, see “56.6 - Int RS232 Port” in the Honeywell Galaxy Dimension Installer Manual. NOTE If you are using IP communication, you do not need to perform these steps. Skip to "Configure the control panel for IP communication"...
  • Page 21 21. For more information about configuring the communications setup on the control panel, see “56.6.4 Comms Setup” in the Honeywell Galaxy Dimension Installer Manual. gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 22: Configure The Control Panel For Ip Communication

    Honeywell Galaxy Dimension Installer Manual. Set the Protocol format to (Transmission Control Protocol). For more information about setting the protocol, see “56.4.2.8 - Protocol” in the Honeywell Galaxy Dimension Installer Manual. Configure the settings for the control panel. Remote access gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2...
  • Page 23 Ethernet module. For more information about setting the SIA Control option, see “56.4.8 - SIA Control” in the Honeywell Galaxy Dimension Installer Manual. gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 24: Create The Intrusion Manager Role

    Partitions are logical groupings used to control the visibility of entities. Only users with permission to that partition can view or modify the role. gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 25 Manager” in the Security Center Administrator Guide. You can access this guide by clicking in Config Tool. "Create the Intrusion detection unit" on page 21. After you are done: gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 26: Create The Intrusion Detection Unit

    "Create the Intrusion information Manager role" on page 19 to manage the control panel. From the Unit type drop-down list, select the manufacturer (Honeywell). gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 27 When the intrusion detection unit is created, the following message appears: The operation successful. Click Close. The intrusion detection unit appears under the Intrusion Manager role in the entity browser. gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 28: Configuring The Intrusion Detection Unit

    • "Set the time zone" on page 29 • "Create custom event mappings" on page 30 • "Configuring the heartbeat connection" on page 30 gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 29: Configure Intrusion Detection Unit Properties

    (Optional) To synchronize the control panel’s clock with Security Center server, set the Automatic clock synchronization option to ON. gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 30 If the Group option is disabled on the control panel, all inputs are automatically part of the same group. For more information about enabling/disabling the Group option, see “63.1=Groups” in the Honeywell Galaxy Dimension Installer Manual. From the Intrusion alarm input drop-down list, assign an input to the intrusion detection area.
  • Page 31 The keypad address is assigned on the keypad itself. For more information about assigning a keypad address, see “Option 58 - Keypad” in the Honeywell Galaxy Dimension Installer Manual. From the drop-down list in the...
  • Page 32: Map Inputs To Intrusion Detection Areas

    "Configure intrusion detection unit properties" page 24. From the Intrusion detection task in Config Tool, select the intrusion detection unit to configure, and click the Peripherals tab. gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 33 Perimeter. The input is configured to monitor the perimeter of an intrusion detection  area. Interior. The input is configured to monitor inside the intrusion detection area.  gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 34: Set The Time Zone

    Configuring the intrusion detection unit For more information about configuring the Part set for inputs on the control panel, see “52.5 = Part” in the Honeywell Galaxy Dimension Installer Manual. Click OK, and click Apply. Set the time zone You can set the time zone for the intrusion detection unit (control panel) in the Location tab.
  • Page 35: Create Custom Event Mappings

    Manager. If the link is deactivated (the server goes down), the latch timer notifies another input through link number two, which can trigger another action on the panel. For information, see the Honeywell Galaxy Dimension Installer Manual. Before you begin: Make sure you have two free inputs, and a latch timer.
  • Page 36: Configure The Heartbeat Connection In Security Center

    The intrusion detection area must be the same group the input is part of on the IMPORTANT control panel. For more information, see “52.10=Group” in the Honeywell Galaxy Dimension Installer Manual. gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2...
  • Page 37 The intrusion detection area must be the same group the input is part of on the IMPORTANT control panel. For more information, see “52.10=Group” in the Honeywell Galaxy Dimension Installer Manual. From the...
  • Page 38: Map Intrusion Detection Areas To Cameras

    In the dialog box that opens, select a camera, and click OK. The camera is added to the list. Camera Click Apply. gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 39: Map Galaxy Panel Events To Security Center Actions

    If you created custom events in the intrusion detection unit Properties tab, then they are available in the event list. For more information, see "Map inputs to intrusion detection areas" on page 27. Click Next. gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 40 , or click Back to modify the settings. Create After the event-to-action is created, the following message appears: The Operation was successful. Click OK. gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 41: Appendix A: Sia Event Types

    AT-AC Trouble, +FUSE AUX2-Aux2 fuse trouble FUSE BELL Bell fuse trouble AT-AC Trouble, +FUSE BELL-Bell fuse trouble FUSE Audio fuse trouble AT-AC Trouble, +FUSE-Audio fuse trouble gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 42 BA-Burglary Alarm, +VIDEO-Video zone alarm BB-Burg Bypass OMITTED Zone omitted BB-Burg Bypass, OMITTED-Zone omitted BC-Burg Cancel CANCEL Cancel by user BC-Burg Cancel, CANCEL-Cancel by user gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 43 VIDEO Video zone restored BR-Burglary Rest, -VIDEO-Video zone restored BT_Burg Troub LOW RES Low resistance on zone BT-Burg. Trouble, +LOW RES-Low resistance on zone gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 44 Fire zone restored FR-Fire Restoral, -FIRE-Fire zone restored FR-Fire Restoral FT-Fire Trouble LOW RES Low resistance on zone FT-Fire Trouble, +LOW RES-Low resistance on zone gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 45 PF RESET Power Failure reset OR-Disarm alarm, PF RESET-Power Failure reset SYS RESET All Burglar alarms reset OR-Disarm alarm, SYS RESET-All Burglar alarms reset gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 46 AUX TAMP Auxilary Tamper rest TR-Tamper Restor, -AUX TAMP-Auxilary Tamper rest BELL TAMP Bell Tamper zone rest TR-Tamper Restor, -BELL TAMP-Bell Tamper zone rest gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 47 CU BATT Control unit Battery YT-Sys Batt Troub, +CU BATT-Control unit Battery Low LOW VOLTS Module Low Volts YT-Sys Batt Troub, +LOW VOLTS-Module Low Volts gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 48: Index

    46 activating, 24 devices, number supported, 9 mapping to inputs, 27 document information, ii documentation. See production documentation duress events, configuring, 25 gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 49 3 zone. See input output, activating, 24 peripherals, mapping, 24 product documentation, about, 45 properties, configuring, 24 RS-232 communication port, configuring on panel, 15 gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 50: Where To Find Product Documentation

    Sharp Portal also include context-sensitive help for each screen. To access the help, click Help, press F1, or tap the ? (question mark) in the different client applications. gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...
  • Page 51: Technical Support

    For more information, go to http://www.genetec.com/Services. gtap.genetec.com | Honeywell Galaxy Control Panel Integration Guide 5.2 EN.550.007-V5.2.C4(3) | Last updated: March 11, 2014...