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Bosch B426 Installation Manual

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1 | Overview
The B426 Ethernet Communication Module is a four-wire powered SDI,
SDI2, or Option bus device that provides two-way communication with
compatible control panels over IPv4 or IPv6 Ethernet networks.
The B426 on-board switch determines the bus address of the device.
Configuration of the B426 is performed through the B426 configuration
web pages. On SDI2 control panels, configuration can also be done on
the keypad or through Remote Programming Software (RPS).
Figure 1.1: Board overview
Callout ― Description
1 ― Ethernet RJ-45 port
2 ― Yellow LINK LED
3 ― Green 100MB LED
4 ― Address switch
5 ― Heartbeat LED (blue)
6 ― Data bus communication LEDs (TX and RX)
7 ― SDI2 terminal strip
(to control panel or additional modules)
8 ― SDI2 interconnect wiring connectors
(to control panel or additional modules)
9 ― Tamper switch connector
2 | Bus address settings
One address switch determines the address for the B426 Conettix
Ethernet Communication Module. The control panel uses the address
for communications. Use a slotted screwdriver to set the address
switches.
NOTICE!
The module reads the address switch setting only during
power up. If you change the switches after you apply power
to the module, you must cycle the power to the module in
order for the new setting to be enabled.
Set the address switches per the control panel configuration. If
multiple B426 modules reside on the same system, each B426 module
must have a unique address.
Figure 2.1: Address switch
The B426 address switch provides a ones value for the module's
address. Figure 2.1 shows the address switch setting for address 1.
Refer to Table 2.1 for panel-specific settings.
Control
Switch
B426
Bus type
Function
panels
position
address
For web-based
0
Configu-
Any
Web-based
configuration
rable
configuration
GV4 and B
1
1
SDI2
Automation,
Series
Remote
Programming,
GV4 Series
2
2
or
Reporting
GV4/GV3/,
3
80
SDI
Automation
GV2 Series, G
4
88
Remote
Series v6.3 or
programming or
higher
Reporting
GV4 and GV3
5
92
Series
FPD-7024
9
250
Option
Table 2.1: Address switch settings
3 | Installation
After you set the address switches for the proper address, install the
module in the enclosure, and then wire it to the control panel and other
devices.
NOTICE!
Remove all power (AC and battery) before making any
connections. Failure to do so might result in personal injury
and/or equipment damage.
3.1 | Mount the module in the enclosure
Mount the module into the enclosure's 3-hole mounting
pattern using the supplied mounting screws and mounting
bracket. Refer to Figure 3.1.
NOTICE!
The module must be mounted in either the control panel's
enclosure or in a listed enclosure such as the D8103
Universal Enclosure.
2
1
3
Figure 3.1: Mounting the module in the enclosure
Callout ― Description
1 ― Module with mounting bracket installed
2 ― Enclosure
3 ― Mounting screws (3)
3.2 | Mount and wire the tamper switch
For instructions on this optional switch, refer to the Conettix Ethernet
Communication Module (B426) Installation and Operation Guide (P/N:
F01U266226) and the EZTS Cover and Wall Tamper Switch Installation
Guide (P/N: F01U003734).
3.3 | Wire to an SDI or SDI2 control panel
When you wire a B426 to an SDI or SDI2 control panel, you can use
either the module's terminal strip labeled R, Y, G, B (PWR, A, B, COM)
or the module's interconnect wiring connectors (wire included).
Figure 1.1 indicates the location of both the terminal strip and the
interconnect connectors on the module. Refer to Figure 3.2.
NOTICE!
Use either the terminal strip wiring or interconnect wiring
connector to the control panel. Do not use both. When
connecting multiple modules, you can combine terminal strip
and interconnect wiring connectors in series.
3.4 | Wire to an option bus control panel
Run the wires from the module to the data bus terminals on the
compatible control panel. Refer to Figure 3.2.
Figure 3.2: Wiring to the control panel (GV4 Series and FPD-7024
control panel shown)
Callout ― Description
1 ― SDI2 control panel. For SDI control panels, wire R, Y, G, B to
the SDI bus.
2 ― Interconnect wiring connectors
3 ― To Ethernet network
4 ― Terminal strip wiring
5 ― Interconnect cable (P/N: F01U079745) (included)
6 ― Option bus control panel
4 | Configuration
Configure the B426 using one of the methods described in this section
for your control panel type.
4.1 | Configure an SDI2 control panel
NOTICE!
By default, when connecting a field replacement B426 to an
existing SDI2 Control Panel, the panel overrides the module
settings. To keep custom module settings when you connect
a module to a configured SDI2 control panel, you must
disable Panel Programming using web-based configuration,
prior to connecting to the SDI2 bus.
An SDI2-compatible control panel automatically configures a newly
connected module.
1.
Ensure the B426 is new, or defaulted to the factory settings.
2.
Set the address switch to the correct address for the control panel
(SDI2 control panels use address 1 or 2).
3.
Program the control panel communication settings using RPS or the
keypad.
4.
Connect the module to the control panel bus and apply power.
4.2 | Configure an SDI, option bus control panel
Configure for an SDI or option bus control panel using one of the
methods described in this section.
4.2.1 | Plug and Play configuration
When installing under the following conditions, the B426 needs no
further configuration:
DHCP is available on your network.
AES encryption is not required.
Default B426 port settings (UDP on Port 7700) are permitted by
the network administrator.
4.2.2 | Web-based configuration
For installations where additional non-default settings are required, a
web-based configuration menu is available.
Determine the module's hostname or IP address by one of the following
methods:
Locate the IP address in the table on the DHCP server
(networked modules).
Use Auto IP to direct connect from your PC to the B426.
Within 60 seconds, the B426 temporarily assumes address
169.254.1.1 for configuration. (Refer to the Conettix Ethernet
Communication Module Installation and Operation Guide for more
information on using these methods.)
NOTICE!
Before proceeding, ensure that the web browser is not
configured to use a proxy server. Refer to the browser's
online help for instructions on disabling proxy service.
To use web-based configuration (B426 configuration web pages):
1.
Open an internet browser (Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or
higher, or Mozilla Firefox 3 or higher) and type in the B426's IP
address. The B426's login page opens.
2.
Enter the default password: B42V2 and click Login. The Device
Information home page opens.
3.
Browse to the desired settings page and configure the
parameters.
4.
Click OK and then click Save & Execute to save and apply all
changes to the device.
NOTICE!
Before browsing to a new settings page, you must click
OK to save edited values.

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  • Page 1

    GV4 Series the keypad or through Remote Programming Software (RPS). NOTICE! When you wire a B426 to an SDI or SDI2 control panel, you can use By default, when connecting a field replacement B426 to an Reporting either the module’s terminal strip labeled R, Y, G, B (PWR, A, B, COM)

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    The LED pulses the major, minor, and micro digits of the firmware This document is the intellectual property of Bosch Security Systems, Inc. and is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. version, with a 1 sec pause after each digit.

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