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60-874-95R
Allegro
Installation Instructions
466-1821 Rev C
June 2003
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  • Page 1: Installation Instructions

    466-1821 Rev C June 2003 *( ,QWHUORJL[ *(,QWHUORJL[FRP Part No: 60-874-95R Allegro Installation Instructions...

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    4,855,713. Except as expressly provided herein, the purchase of this product shall not constitute a license or otherwise provide a right to practice a method cov- ered 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.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Special Installation Requirements UL Listed Systems............................1 Basic System ............................1 Household Burglary Alarm System Unit (UL 1023) ................1 Household Fire Warning System (UL 985) ....................1 Digital Alarm Communicator System (UL 1635) ..................1 Central Station Reporting ........................1 UL-Canada Listed Systems .........................1 California State Fire Marshall Listed Systems ....................2 Planning the Installation Standard System ............................2...

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    PRE-DIAL STRING (2nd Tier) .......................10 DTMF DIAL (2nd Tier) ...........................10 Devices (1st Tier)............................10 ADD (2nd Tier) ............................11 DELETE (2nd Tier) ..........................11 REVIEW (2nd Tier) ..........................12 TEXT (2nd Tier) ............................12 Downloader (1st Tier)..........................13 NUMBER (2nd Tier) ..........................13 DL CODE (2nd Tier) ..........................13 Codes (1st Tier)............................13 INSTALL CODE (2nd Tier) ........................13 DEALER CODE (2nd Tier) ........................14...

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    Codes (1st Tier)............................22 MANAGER (2nd Tier) ..........................22 MAINTANANCE CODE (2nd Tier) .......................22 PRIMARY (2nd Tier) ..........................22 USER 2, 3, 4 (2nd Tier) ..........................22 TIME (1st Tier) ............................23 SENSOR TEST (1st Tier) .........................23 PHONE TEST (1st Tier) ...........................23 VOLUME (1st Tier) ..........................23 Version (1st tier)............................24 PANEL (2nd Tier) ............................24 PHONE MODULE (2nd Tier) ........................24...

  • Page 7: Special Installation Requirements

    UL Listed Systems This section describes the requirements for UL Listed systems. Basic System • Control Panel (60-874-95R). • Standard Class II 8.0 VAC, 300 mA Power Transformer; manufacturer—Sino America, (A1014444-0) Part No. 22-117. • Dialog™ Telephone Interface Module (DTIM) (60-879-95R).

  • Page 8: California State Fire Marshall Listed Systems

    • One Supervised Hardwire Zone: Input for various hardwired detectors. • Built-In Radio Receiver: Allows use of up to 20 GE Interlogix 319.5 MHz. Crystal and/or SAW Learn Mode wireless sensors and touchpads. • Built-In Siren: Capable of 85 dB @ 3m.

  • Page 9: Determine The Panel Location

    Determine the Panel Location Before permanently mounting the panel, determine panel location using the following guidelines: Important ! The panel must be mounted • Avoid running wires parallel with electrical wiring or fixtures such as fluorescent lighting, to at least 10 feet from any prevent wire runs from picking up electrical noise.

  • Page 10: Connecting Detection Devices To Panel Zone Inputs

    Connecting Detection Devices to Panel Zone Inputs Zone input is supervised using a 2 k Ohm, end-of-line (EOL) resistor (included with panel) at the last device on the circuit. It accepts either normally open (N/O) or normally closed (N/C) detec- tion devices.

  • Page 11: Powering Up The Panel

    2. Slide the battery pack into the space provided on the back of the panel (Figure 5). 3. Plug the battery pack lead into the slot provided next to the wire terminals Note Be sure to run the battery (Figure 5). pack wires below the battery 4.

  • Page 12: Clearing Memory

    Clearing Memory It is strongly recommended that you clear memory on all newly installed panels before program- ming Clear memory deletes all existing programming information and then resets the panel settings to their default settings. The dealer code is not erased when panel memory is cleared. ¾...

  • Page 13: Installer Programming Menus

    Installer This section guides you through the installer programing menus. There are three tiers of pro- gramming menus. Tier 1 menus are accessible immediately after entering program mode. Refer Programming to Table 1 on page 5 for information on navigating the programming menus and Appendix C for Menus a diagram of all programming menus.

  • Page 14: Number 1 And Number 2 (3rd Tier)

    NUMBER 1 and NUMBER 2 (3rd (PHONES—PHONE 1 & PHONE 2— Tier) Note (Default = none, Parameters = 24 digits; 0-9, *, #) The phone numbers are not This setting is used for programming the central station receiver phone number. Phone num- accessible if a Dealer Code is bers can be 1 to 24 digits long, including pauses or * and # characters.

  • Page 15: Low Lvl (3rd Tier)

    LOW LVL (3rd Tier) (PHONES—PHONE1 & PHONE 2—) (Default = Phone 1: on, Phone 2: off, UL installations = On) When this setting is on, the following non-alarm conditions report to the central station: • AC Failure • Forced Arming •...

  • Page 16: Dial Dly (2nd Tier)

    DIAL DLY (2nd Tier) (PHONES—) Note (Default = 30 seconds, Parameters = 15-120 seconds) Fire alarm reports to the cen- Alarm reports from sensors in groups 00–04, 06, 08-10, and 13-20 can be aborted. To abort the tral station cannot be aborted. dialing attempt, the user must disarm the system within the Dial Delay time setting.

  • Page 17: Add (2nd Tier)

    Table 2: Sensor Group Assigned to Device Device Sensor Group Sound Glassguard Smoke Rate of Rise DTIM Note When installing Crystal sen- Table 3: Device Programming sors and encrypted keychain touchpads, use the installa- Device To Program tion instructions included with the sensor.

  • Page 18: Review (2nd Tier)

    REVIEW (2nd Tier) (DEVICES—) Important ! (Default = None) Review devices allows the This allows you to view the zone number and the group for each learned zone or sensor. For installer to change the group example, the display shows: assigned to devices.

  • Page 19: Downloader (1st Tier)

    Downloader (1st Tier) The DOWNLOADER menu lets you set up the Allegro panel for use with ToolBox downloader software. The DOWNLOADER menu contains the following 2nd tier menus: • NUMBER • DL CODE NUMBER (2nd Tier) (DOWNLOADER—) (Default = none, Parameters = 24 digits; 0-9, *, #, pause) Use this setting to enter the phone number of an off-site computer that can be used to program the panel through the phone line.

  • Page 20: Dealer Code (2nd Tier)

    DEALER CODE (2nd Tier) (CODES—) Note (Default = none, Parameters = 4 digits; 0-9) When memory is cleared the The 4-digit dealer code is used to prevent unauthorized persons from changing the pro- dealer code will not be deleted grammed central station phone numbers. When this feature is enabled, central station phone from panel memory.

  • Page 21: Entry Dly (2nd Tier)

    ENTRY DLY (2nd Tier) (TIMERS—) (Default = 30 seconds, Parameters = 30-240 seconds, UL installations = 45 seconds) Entry Delay determines how much time the user has to disarm the system after entering the armed premises through a “designated delay door,” (grp 10) without causing an alarm. ¾...

  • Page 22: Options (1st Tier)

    Options (1st Tier) The OPTIONS menu allows you to program the following 2nd tier security options: • KTP ARM • POLICE PANIC • EMERGENCY PANIC • FIRE PANIC • RCVR TROUBLE • PANEL TAMPER • EXIT EXT • SWINGER SHUTDOWN •...

  • Page 23: Fire Panic (2nd Tier)

    FIRE PANIC (2nd Tier) (OPTIONS—) Note (Default = on) The fire panic alarm report This setting determines whether panel keypad fire panic buttons are enabled (on) or disabled cannot be aborted or can- (off). If enabled, an immediate Fire alarm will occur after the fire panic buttons are pressed for celled.

  • Page 24: Quick Arm (2nd Tier)

    QUICK ARM (2nd Tier) (OPTIONS—) (Default = off) Quick Arm allows system arming without using an access code. When Quick Arm is on, the system arming level can be increased without entering an access code. A valid access code is still required to disarm the system. ¾...

  • Page 25: Demo Kit (2nd Tier)

    DEMO KIT (2nd Tier) (OPTIONS—) (Default = off) This setting determines whether the panel is used for a standard installation (Off) or as a demo kit (On). The demo kit (80-702) will include: • Allegro panel • SAW D/W • 2 button key fob •...

  • Page 26: Ac Fail (2nd Tier)

    AC FAIL (2nd Tier) (REPORTS—) (Default = off, UL installations = on) When AC Failure is on, the panel reports to the central station 15 minutes after AC power to the panel is lost. ¾ To turn AC failure reports on or off: Š...

  • Page 27: Alarm Volume (2nd Tier)

    ALARM VOLUME (2nd Tier) (SIRENS—) (Default = 6, Parameters = 0 to 6, UL installations = 6) This setting allows you to adjust the panel’s siren volume. The volume can be set from 0 to 6, with 0 being the lowest volume. ¾...

  • Page 28: Codes (1st Tier)

    Codes (1st Tier) The CODES menu lets you define security codes for the Allegro system. The CODES menu con- tains the following 2nd tier menus, or codes: • MANAGER • MAINTENANCE • PRIMARY • USER, 2, 3, 4 MANAGER (2nd Tier) (CODES—) Note (Default = none, Parameters = 4 digits, 0 to 9)

  • Page 29: Time (1st Tier)

    TIME (1st Tier) (TIME—) (Default = 12:00 am, Parameters = 12:00 am to 11:59 pm) This setting lets you adjust the panel’s clock to the correct time. The panel uses a 12-hour clock. ¾ To set the time: 1. Press # to display the time. 2.

  • Page 30: Version (1st Tier)

    Version (1st tier) The VERSION menu allows you to check the software version of the panel and phone module (DTIM) by using the following 2nd tier menus. PANEL (2nd Tier) (VERSION—) This setting allows the user to display the panel software and hardware version installed. ¾...

  • Page 31: Downloader Programming

    Downloader The panel can be programmed remotely using ToolBox. Allegro has a 100 event buffer that can only be viewed by ToolBox. Use the information you recorded in Appendix B to inform the Programming downloading operator of the programming requirements for this system. ToolBox Downloader Programming ¾...

  • Page 32: Testing Sensors/zones

    Table 5: Basic Panel Operating Commands (Continued) How to... Command Arms system silently S i l e n t A r m + Code Turns chime feature on and off (only when system Press once C h i m e is unarmed) Identifies alarms in memory S t a t u s...

  • Page 33: If A Wireless Sensor Does Not Test

    If a Wireless Sensor Does Not Test When possible, locate wireless sensors within 100 feet of the panel. While a transmitter may have a range of 500 feet or more out in the open, the environment at the installation site can have a significant effect on transmitter range.

  • Page 34: Appendix A: Troubleshooting

    Appendix A: Troubleshooting Feature Problem Action/Solution Panel Power Panel does not power up and does not display or respond. Check that panel is plugged into an unswitched outlet. Check the AC circuit breaker to be sure the circuit is live. Check that the backup battery is installed correctly and the AC power transformer is plugged in.

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    Feature Problem Action/Solution Check your records to see if you have the customer’s access code(s) on file. Verify the access code(s) using the Downloader. Use Apartment Manager code to enter user program mode and view the primary and user codes. Clear memory and reprogram the panel locally.

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    Feature Problem Action/Solution For a normally closed contact, verify the 2 k Ohm EOL resistor is installed and a short circuit does not exist between ZCOM and ZONE. For a normally open contact, verify the 2 k Ohm EOL resistor is installed and there is not an opening between ZCOM and ZONE.

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    Feature Problem Action/Solution • Check for dead batteries. • Perform a sensor test. Touchpad reports trouble condition. Check the touchpad battery for low voltage. Replace battery, if necessary. DTIM Panel displays TEL MOLDULE INITIALIZING After panel power up, the panel and the DTIM need to synchronize their communication. This could take approximately 5 minutes.

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    Feature Problem Action/Solution Panel displays TEL MODULE VERSION ERROR. The DTIM’s software may not be compatible with the panel’s software. Contact technical support for assistance. Phone Constant dial tone, preventing dial-out on premises phones. One or more polarity-sensitive phones exist on-site. Panel displays phone 1 fail, phone 2 fail, or phone failure.

  • Page 39: Appendix B: Reference Tables

    Appendix B: Reference Tables Table B7: Sensor Group Characteristics Active Name Application Alarm Delay Levels √ √ Fixed Panic 24-hour audible fixed emergency buttons. Police Instant 1, 2, 3 √ Portable Panic 24-hour audible portable emergency buttons. Police Instant 1, 2, 3 √...

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    Table B7: Sensor Group Characteristics (Continued) Active Name Application Alarm Delay Levels √ Check marks ( ) represent characteristics present in a group. * This group is not certified as a primary protection circuit for UL-listed systems and is for supplementary use only. †...

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    Table B8: System Settings (Continued) Menu Name Default Parameters Settings Maintenance Code none 4 digit code, 0-9 Entry DLY 30 (45 for 30-240 Exit DLY 60 (60 for 45-254 Auto Phone Test 0 (Off)(1 0-255 for UL) Quiet Time On (Off for off, on Quiet Hour 0-23...

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    Table B9: Sensor Information Sensor Sensor Sensor Text Sensor Type Number Group Appendix B: Reference Tables...

  • Page 43: Appendix C: Installation Menus

    Appendix C: Installation Menus Account Timers Reports Entry Dly AC Fail 4-10 digits 00000 30-240 30 Sec Exit Dly Low CPU Phones Battery 45-254 60 Sec Phone 1 Number 1 Auto Phn Test Phone Test 24-digits none 0-255 0 (Off) Phone 2 Number 2 FMT-CID...

  • Page 44: Specifications

    Specifications Power Requirements: ..8 or 9 VAC, minimum 300 mA Must be a GE Interlogix recommended transformer. rechargeable NiCd battery pack Rechargeable Battery:..4.8 VDC Radio Frequency: ....319.5 MHz + or - 140 kHz Nominal Range: ....500 feet, (150 m) open-air receiving range Temperature Range: ..Storage:-30°...

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