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SuperBus® 2000 RS-232 Automation Module
Installation Instructions
Wiring
Wiring the Module to an Advent Panel (v1.6-later)
1.
Remove panel AC power and disconnect the backup battery.
2.
Wire the RS-232 Automation Module to an Advent panel as
illustrated in Figure 4.
3.
Plug the wiring harness into the panel's bus connector.
Figure 4.
Wiring the RS-232 Module to an Advent Panel
+12V
DC
1
Red (+12V DC)
Green (Bus A)
Advent Panel SuperBus
Wiring Harness (49-462)
Wiring the Module to a Concord (v2.5-later), Concord
4, or Concord Express (v4) Panel
1.
Remove panel AC power and disconnect the backup battery.
2.
Wire the RS-232 Automation Module to a Concord,
Concord 4, or Concord Express (v4) panel as illustrated in
Figure 5.
Figure 5.
Wiring the RS-232 Module to a Concord, Corcord 4, or Concord
Express (v4) Panel
+12V
DC
1
Red (+12V DC)
Black (GND)
3
Concord/Concord 4 Panel
RS-232 Auto Module
Terminal Strip
BUS
BUS
A
B
GND
2
3
4
Black (GND)
White (Bus B)
RS-232 Auto Module
Terminal Strip
BUS
BUS
B
GND
A
2
3
4
Green (Bus A)
4
5
6
Wiring Harness (49-462)
Wiring Devices to a Module
1.
Connect a DB-9 serial cable to a module connector (see
Figure 5). The serial cable must not exceed 25 feet in length.
Note:
The module's RS-232 port is configured as a DCE device
that transmits data on Pin 2 and receives data on Pin 3 (Pin
5 serves as a signal ground). If the module's RS-232 port is
configured as a DTE port, you must establish a direct
connection through a DB-9 cable. Refer to specific device
Installation Instructions for further detail.
2.
Set the following communication parameters for the
device's RS-232 port: 8 data bits; 9600 bps; Odd Parity, 1
stop bit.
3.
Connect input devices (if used) to module zone input termi-
nals (see Figure 5)
Installing a Cover Tamper Switch
If you are mounting the module in its own plastic and not inside a
cabinet, it is recommended that you add a cover tamper switch.
Once programmed, if someone opens the module cover, the
cover tamper switch opens and causes an alarm to sound.
The reed switch holder and magnet clip are located on the bottom
of the backplate.
1.
On the module's backplate, place the reed switch into the
reed switch holder.
2.
Insert the magnet into the tabs on the module cover and
remove the magnet clip from the module backplate. Next,
press the magnet clip over the magnet until the clip locks
into place.
3.
Connect the normally closed reed switch (in series with a 2k
Ohm EOL resistor) to any zone input and zone common
terminal. The resistor should be located inside the module
cover at the reed switch.
Power Up and Bus Communication
This section describes how to power up the panel and module.
Concord (v2.5-later), Concord 4, and Concord Express
(v4) Panels
1.
Verify wiring between panel and module is correct.
2.
Connect the panel's backup battery and restore panel AC
power. Alphanumeric touchpad displays turn on.
• Both the Bus and Power LEDs turn on for one second. The
Power LED remains on; the Bus LED flashes.
Note:
If the Power or Bus LEDs do not flash, remove panel AC
power, disconnect the backup battery, and refer to Table 3.
Advent Panels
1.
Verify wiring between the panel and module is correct.
2.
Connect the panel's backup battery and restore panel AC
power. Alphanumeric touchpad displays turn on.
3.
Press 8 for Systems Menu.
White (Bus B)
4.
Press 0 for Program Menu.
5.
Enter your installer code (default setting = 0123).
6.
Enter Item Number 48001 to add SuperBus devices. Each
installed device is automatically learned into panel memory.
7.
Press star (*) twice to return to Main Menu.
• Both the Bus and Power LEDs turn on for one second. The
Power LED remains on; the Bus LED flashes.
Note:
If the Power or Bus LEDs do not flash, remove panel AC
power, disconnect the backup battery, and refer to Table 3.

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