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  • Page 1   & & ,QVWDOODWLRQDQG6HWXS*XLGH K0838V1 4/03 Rev. C...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • SECTION 1 General Information ............................
  • Page 4 Status Channel = 8 (Alarm with low battery (older 7620 radio only))................6-12 Status Channel = 9 (Installer generated test message) ....................6-12 Contact ID Format ................................6-13 Event Code Classifications ............................6-13 SECTION 7 Diagnostics and Trobleshooting.......................... 7-1 Diagnostics................................... 7-1 About Diagnostics................................
  • Page 5: Section 1 General Information

    S E C T I O N General Information • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • In This Section 7810iR Features About AlarmNet-i...
  • Page 6 7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide...
  • Page 7: Section 2 7810Ir Setup

    S E C T I O N 7810iR Setup • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • In This Section Mounting the 7810iR LRR Line Card Mode...
  • Page 8: Lrr Line Card Mode

    7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide 3. Connect the GND terminal (pin 3, BLK) of the 7810iR to DC (-) of power supply 7720V2TR. 4. Connect one end of the Ethernet cable (Category 5) to the 7810iR’s RJ45 Ethernet connector and the other end to an Ethernet router.
  • Page 9: Wiring The 7810Ir For Lrr Line Card Mode

    Section 2: 7810iR Setup Wiring the 7810iR For LRR Line Card Mode Make the following connections using the cable assembly and connector provided (see Figure 2 below when making connections): 1. Cut all lugs from ADEMCO cable assembly P4127. 2. Connect the 12V AUX terminal (pin 1) of the 7810iR to the DC (+) terminal of power supply 7720V2TR.
  • Page 10: 685 Automation Mode

    7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide For UL installations, the Listed Class 2 7720V2TR must be powered by a Listed uninterruptible power supply (UPS) with audible and visual indications of switchover to secondary power. C-U L For C-UL installations, a Listed Class 2 7720V2TR-CN must be used. 685 Automation Mode General Information When configured for 685 Automation Mode, subscriber alarm messages received on the...
  • Page 11 Section 2: 7810iR Setup WARNING HIGH VOLTAGE ADEMCO 7720V2TR 12.5V 300 mA CAT 5 CABLE ROUTER ADEMCO CABLE ASSY P4127 ADEMCO K1153 YELLOW GREEN 7810iR-002-V1 Figure 3. 7810iR 685 Automation Mode or MX8000 LRR Line Card Wiring For UL installations, the Listed Class 2 7720V2TR must be powered by a Listed uninterruptible power supply (UPS) with audible and visual indications of switchover to secondary power.
  • Page 12 7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide...
  • Page 13: Section 3 Navigation And Basic Feature Tour

    S E C T I O N Navigation and Basic Feature Tour • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • In This Section Home Screen Navigation...
  • Page 14: Navigation

    7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Navigation From the Home Screen, press the Setup Button: When navigating from any 7810iR screen: button returns the user to the Home screen, button returns the user to the previous screen. The Contrast control allows the user to adjust the display contrast. The Volume control is used to adjust the volume of the local alert and button push tones.
  • Page 15 Section 3: Navigation and Basic Feature Tour Figure 5. Advanced Setup Screen From the Advanced Setup Screen, the user can setup account information, set network connectivity options, perform diagnostics, download the latest application code, read file system statistics. Refer to the Programming and Troubleshooting sections for detailed information on these features.
  • Page 16 7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide...
  • Page 17: Section 4 Programming

    S E C T I O N Programming • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • In This Section Programming the 7810iR Remote Access Account Registration...
  • Page 18 7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Action Screen Display 2. After the password has been verified, 3. The Master Account number must be entered if it is to be used as the AlarmNet account number. Press the Account button. The Set Account# pop-up window is displayed.
  • Page 19: Programming Alarmnet Subscriber Information

    Section 4: Programming Action Screen Display 6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for the remaining fields and press the Ok button when complete. Proceed to Programming AlarmNet Subscriber Information paragraph to complete programming and registration. Programming AlarmNet Subscriber Information Action Screen Display 1.
  • Page 20 7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Action Screen Display 4. Check Use Master Account # doughnut only if the Master Account number is to be used as the AlarmNet account. Otherwise, touch each data field and enter the required account information.
  • Page 21: Registration

    Section 4: Programming Registration Action Screen Display 1. Select Reg/Test tab. To Register 7810iR with AlarmNet 2. The Please Register button text changes to display Registering . In the top-most right status box (there are seven status boxes on the right of the screen), the Not Registered text changes to Registration Sent OK indicating that registration is in process.
  • Page 22: Programming Automation Options

    7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Programming Automation Options Action Screen Display 1. From the Home Screen, navigate to the Central Station Setup Screen: Enter authorization code. 2. After the password has been verified, 3. Touch Auto Opt tab. There are three possible configurations for Automation.
  • Page 23 Section 4: Programming Action Screen Display 4b. LRR Line Card mode is used when the 7810iR will communicate with a digital receiver. Baud rate is set by the line card at 19.2 kb/s. Check the Fail to Manual doughnut if this feature is required. 4c.
  • Page 24 7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Action Screen Display as being received on line 15. Note for LRR Line Cards, the line card must be programmed for VPN as well. Refer to Alarm Receiver II for details.
  • Page 25: Section 5 Operation

    S E C T I O N Operation • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • In This Section General Information 685 Automation Mode...
  • Page 26 7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Action Screen Display 2. New alarm received with audio alert. 3. Operator takes appropriate action for Subscriber. to move message from New Alarm window to Alarm History window and display the next alarm in the buffer. 4.
  • Page 27: Lrr Line Card Mode

    Section 5: Operation LRR Line Card Mode When configured for LRR Line Card Mode, subscriber alarm messages received on the 10BaseT connection are passed to a 685-5 line card installed in a 685 Digital Alarm Receiver or a LRR Line card in an MX8000. New alarms are briefly displayed in the 7810iR New Alarm window with no audible alert.
  • Page 28: Fail To Manual

    7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Action Screen Display 3. Alarm message sent to LRR Line Card, local message pushed into History Window. Fail to Manual Fail to Manual Mode cannot be used with UL installations. If Fail to Manual is selected and there is a loss of communication between the 7810iR and the LRR Line Card, an incoming message will be reported as undeliverable to AlarmNet after approximately 30 seconds.
  • Page 29: Mode Override Doughnut

    Section 5: Operation Mode Override Doughnut Mode Override allows the operator to manually switch to Manual Mode. This feature is only available when Fail to Manual has been selected during programming. Action Screen Display . Press the doughnut to enter Manual Mode. clears any messages in the New Alarm Buffer.
  • Page 30: 685 Automation Mode

    7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide 685 Automation Mode When configured for 685 Automation Mode, subscriber alarm messages received on the 10BaseT connection are routed directly to Automation equipment. Using an RS232 serial interface, the 7810iR communicates with Automation equipment in the same way as a 685 Digital Alarm Receiver.
  • Page 31: Fail To Manual

    Section 5: Operation Action Screen Display 3. Alarm message sent to Automation Equipment, local message pushed into History Window. Fail to Manual Fail to Manual Mode cannot be used with UL installations. If Fail to Manual is selected and there is a loss of communication between the 7810iR and the Automation system, an incoming message will be reported as undeliverable to AlarmNet after approximately 30 seconds.
  • Page 32: Mode Override Doughnut

    7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Mode Override Doughnut Mode Override allows the operator to manually switch to Manual Mode. This feature is only available when Fail to Manual has been selected during programming. Action Screen Display . Press the doughnut to enter Manual Mode.
  • Page 33: Section 6 Message Formats

    S E C T I O N Message Formats • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • In This Section Message Formats ADEMCO Contact ID Format...
  • Page 34: How Contact Id Is Displayed On The 685 Receiver When Using Lrr Line Card Mode

    7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide How Contact ID is Displayed on the 685 Receiver when using LRR Line Card Mode 2 7 1 2 3 4 E 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 RCVR STATUS CHANNEL ACCOUNT CHANNEL NUMBER...
  • Page 35: Ademco High-Speed Format

    Section 6: Message Formats ADEMCO High-Speed Format Consists of: • A 4-digit subscriber ID • Eight channels of information indicating zones or other information in each message • A ninth status digit indicating the type of report How High-Speed is Displayed on 7810iR 14 1234 5155 5555 7 I 23:52:00 07/11/02 SUBSCRIBER TYPE...
  • Page 36: How High Speed Messages Are Sent To Automation Equipment In 685 Automation Mode

    7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide How High Speed Messages are sent to Automation Equipment in 685 Automation Mode 08 1234 5555 5515 5 RECEIVER NUMBER 00 - FF ACCOUNT NUMBER MESSAGE CHANNELS STATUS CHANNEL 7810iR-008-V0 Reading a High Speed Message •...
  • Page 37: High-Speed Message Interpretation

    Section 6: Message Formats High-Speed Message Interpretation NOTES: All messages apply to all types of subscriber devices (AlarmNet–A, –I, –M, and –C), except where noted. The “Key Indicator” is a unique character in a specific channel position that can be used to identify a specific type of message.
  • Page 38 7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Message Definition Applies to cccc nng4 rrrr 0 Subscriber Command Failure (Dialer reporting) nn = number of the node reporting (01 to 15) g = node group number (0 or 1) 4 = subscriber trouble message rrrr = reason code: 0001 = Low signal strength 0002 = Frequency error...
  • Page 39 Section 6: Message Formats Message Definition Applies to cccc ngD0 rrrr 0 Subscriber Report (RF Reporting) n = number of the node reporting (1-9, A-F) g = node group number (0 or 1) D = indicates subscriber trouble rrrr = reason code: 0001 = Low signal strength 0002 = Frequency error 0003 = Modulation error...
  • Page 40: Status Channel = 1 (Notification Message)

    7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Message Definition Applies to Key Indicator: “1” in 4th channel cccc nng1 ssfm 0 A-type diagnostic (dialer) nn = number of the node reporting (01 to 15) g = node group number (0 or 1) 1 = indicates an A-type diagnostic ss = signal strength (0-10) f = frequency (always “0”, not used)
  • Page 41: Status Channel = 5 (Subscriber Trouble / Special Report)

    Section 6: Message Formats Status Channel = 5 (Subscriber Trouble / Special Report) Message Definition Applies to Key Indicator: Account # = “0000” or “0001” 0000 5555 5515 5 Master Host Alarm A, I & M 0001 5555 5515 5 The 685 generates this message internally.
  • Page 42: Status Channel = 6 (Status Message)

    7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Status Channel = 6 (Status Message) NOTE: Each channel that displays these message types corresponds to a particular type of event. Because there are eight channels, it is possible for multiple events to be reported in multiple channels in only one message.
  • Page 43: Status Channel = 7 (Alarm Condition)

    Section 6: Message Formats Status Channel = 7 (Alarm condition) NOTES: Each channel that displays these message types corresponds to a particular type of event. Because there are eight channels, it is possible for multiple events to be reported in multiple channels in only one message.
  • Page 44: Status Channel = 8 (Alarm With Low Battery (Older 7620 Radio Only))

    7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Message Definition Applies to cccc 5555 5551 7 AC Loss 7620ULF only cccc 5555 5553 7 AC Loss Restore 7620ULF only Status Channel = 8 (Alarm with low battery (older 7620 radio only)) NOTES: Each channel that displays these message types corresponds to a particular type of event.
  • Page 45: Contact Id Format

    Section 6: Message Formats Contact ID Format Contact ID reporting takes the following format: CCCC Q EEE GG ZZZ Where: CCCC = customer (subscriber account number) Q = event qualifier, E = new event, R = restore EEE = event code GG = partition number, 00-08 (always 00 for non-partitioned panels) ZZZ = zone ID number reporting the alarm (001-099), or user number for open/close reports.
  • Page 46 7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Duress-Egress Granted Panic-Duress Egress Grant-# Burglar Alarms Burglary Burg-Burglary-# Perimeter Burg-Perimeter-# Interior Burg-Interior-# 24 Hr Burg (Aux) Burg-24 Hour-# Entry/Exit Burg-Entry/Exit-# Day/Night Burg-Day/Night-# Outdoor Burg-Outdoor-# Tamper Burg-Tamper-# Near Alarm Burg-Near Alarm-# Intrusion Verifier Burg-Intrusion Verifier-# General Alarms General Alarm...
  • Page 47 Section 6: Message Formats Low CO2 Super.-Low CO2-# Gate Valve Sensor Super.-Gate Valve-# Low Water Level Super.-Low Water Level-# Pump Activated Super.-Pump Activation-# Pump Failure Super.-Pump Failure-# System Troubles System Trouble Trouble-System Trouble Ac Loss Trouble-Ac Power Low System Batt Trouble-Low Battery (AC is lost, battery is getting low) RAM Checksum Bad Trouble-Bad RAM Checksum (Restore Not Applicable)
  • Page 48 7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Local Printer Failure Trouble-Local Printer Exp. Mod. Dc Loss Trouble-Exp. Mod. Dc Loss-# Exp. Mod. Low Bat Trouble-Exp. Mod. Low Batt-# Exp. Mod. Reset Trouble-Exp. Mod. Reset-# Exp. Mod. Tamper Trouble-Exp. Mod. Tamper-# (5881ENHC) Exp.
  • Page 49 Section 6: Message Formats Smoke Hi Sens. Trouble-Smoke Hi Sens.-# Smoke Lo Sens. Trouble-Smoke Lo Sens.-# Intrusion Hi Sens. Trouble-Intrusion Hi Sens.-# Intrusion Lo Sens. Trouble-Intrusion Lo Sens.-# - These codes are similar to those used for smart smoke detectors. The idea is to report a problem developing in the detector’s operation.
  • Page 50 7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Auto Arm Time Extended Status-Auto Arm Time Ext. – User # (Restore not appl) Panic Alarm Reset Status-PA Reset (Restore not applicable) Remote Access Callback Requested Remote-Callback Requested (No Restore) Enabled with O/C reports Success-Download/access Remote-Successful Access (Restore Not Applicable) Unsuccessful Access...
  • Page 51 Section 6: Message Formats Notification Appliance Ckt # 4 Disable-Notification Appl. Ckt#4 System Peripheral Disables Module Added Super.-Module Added (Restore Not Applicable) Module Removed Super.-Module Removed (Restore Not Applicable) Communication Disables Dialer Disabled Disable-Dialer Disable Radio Xmitter Disabled Disable-Radio Disable Remote Upload/Download Disable-Rem.
  • Page 52: Event Log

    7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Time/Date Reset Trouble-Time/Date Reset-User # (Restore Not Appl) Time/Date Inaccurate Trouble-Time/Date Invalid (clock not stamping to log correctly) Program Mode Entry Trouble-Program Mode Entry (Restore Not Applicable) Program Mode Exit Trouble-Program Mode Exit (Restore Not Applicable Scheduling Schedule Change Trouble-Schedule Changed (Restore Not Applicable)
  • Page 53: Section 7 Diagnostics And Trobleshooting

    S E C T I O N Diagnostics and Troubleshooting • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • In This Section Diagnostics Performing Diagnostics...
  • Page 54: Performing Diagnostics

    7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Action Screen Display 2. Press the DIAGNOSTICS button on the Advanced Setup Screen. The "Diagnostics/Test" screen is displayed. NOTE: 7810iR Diagnostics cannot be run using Remote Access feature and will not run locally if a Remote Access session is active.
  • Page 55: Lcd Display Test

    Section 7: Diagnostics and Troubleshooting LCD Display Test Perform the LCD Display Test as follows: Action Screen Display 1. When you press the Test button associated with the LCD Display Test, a pop-up "Confirmation Window" is displayed in the center of the screen with an all green background.
  • Page 56 7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Action Screen Display 5. When you press the Yes or No button accordingly, automatically the contrast test begins from low to high. "Changing Contrast.." is displayed in the center of the screen during this time.
  • Page 57: Real Time Clock Test

    Section 7: Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Real Time Clock Test Perform the Real Time Clock Test as follows: Action Screen Display Press the Test button associated with the Real Time Clock Test. "Testing.." is displayed in the test status column on the "Diagnostics/Tests" screen.
  • Page 58: Audio Test

    7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Audio Test Perform the Audio Test as follows: Action Screen Display 1. Press the Test button associated with the Audio Test. "Testing.." is displayed (yellow) in the test status column on the "Diagnostics/Tests"...
  • Page 59: Led Test

    Section 7: Diagnostics and Troubleshooting LED Test Perform the LED Test as follows: Action Screen Display 1. Press the Test button associated with the LED Test. "Testing.." is displayed (yellow) in the test status column on the "Diagnostics/Tests" screen while the 4 LEDs light sequentially, left to right (amber, red, green, green), 5 times.
  • Page 60: Keypad Test

    7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide Keypad Test The Keypad Test is not applicable for 7810iR. Touch Screen Calibration Calibrate the touch screen as follows: Action Screen Display 1. Press the Diagnostics button on the "Advanced Setup" menu screen. The "Diagnostics/Test"...
  • Page 61 Section 7: Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Action Screen Display 3. Press the center of the square. The Touch Screen Calibration screen displays Next press the center of the box in lower right corner. 4. Press the center of the square. The Touch Screen Calibration screen displays Next press the center of the box in lower left corner.
  • Page 62 7810iR Internet Communication Module Installation and Setup Guide 7-10...
  • Page 63: Section 8 Summary Of Connections

    S E C T I O N Summary of Connections • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Network Connectivity M e s s a g e S t a t u s Display...
  • Page 64 Seller shall have no obligation under this Limited Warranty or otherwise if the product(s) is altered or improperly repaired or serviced by anyone other than Honeywell factory service. For warranty service, return product(s) transportation prepaid, to Honeywell Factory Service, 165 Eileen Way, Syosset, New York 11791.