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  • Page 1 Galaxy 8/18/60/128/500/504/512 Programming Manual Honeywell Security...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Galaxy Programming Manual Contents Section 1: Quick Setup ................1 Section 2: System Operation ..............3 Menu Options ......................3 General ........................... 3 The Full Menu ........................3 The Quick Menu ........................3 Menu Access ......................... 3 Direct Access ...............................4 Menu Driven Access ............................4 Keypad Menu Timeout ..........................4...
  • Page 4 Galaxy Programming Manual Table of Contents Straying from the Entry Route........................11 Abort Time ..............................12 Abort Setting Message ..........................12 Fail to Set – Galaxy 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512 ....................12 Power Failure While System is Set ......................12 Section 4: Menu Options 11-19 .............. 13 Option 11 –...
  • Page 5 Table of Contents Galaxy Programming Manual Section 8: Engineer 1 ................48 Option 51 – Parameters ...................... 48 Assigning Parameters to Groups .......................48 Option 52 – Program Zones ....................65 Selecting Zones ............................65 Attributes ..............................65 System Alarms ............................68 Option 53 – Program Outputs .................... 81 Selecting Outputs ............................81 Attributes ..............................82 Output Functions ............................85...
  • Page 6 Galaxy Programming Manual Table of Contents Appendix A : Door Control - MAX (MX01) ........... A-1 Installation Instructions ..................A-1 Wiring the MAX ......................... A-1 Mounting the MAX ......................A-2 Surface Mounting the MAX ........................A-2 Flush Mounting the MAX.......................... A-2 Configuring a MAX Reader into the System..............
  • Page 7: Section 1: Quick Setup

    Galaxy Programming Manual Quick Setup Section 1: Quick Setup To quickly set up the Galaxy control panel for programming follow these simple steps: 1. Connect a 1k Ω (1%) resistor across each of the zones on the panel and RIO (if connected). 2.
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  • Page 9: Section 2: System Operation

    Galaxy Programming Manual Menu options Section 2: System Operation Menu Options General The Galaxy provides various menu options for modifying the functional performance of the system. There are two menu structures: Full Menu — only accessed by default by the Manager code on the Galaxy 60, 128, 500, 504 and 512 control panels and by the engineer.
  • Page 10: Direct Access

    Galaxy Programming Manual Menu Access There are two methods of selecting menu options: Direct Access: Code + ent + option number + ent. Menu Driven Access: Code + ent + A (to select menu level) + ent; A key (to select menu option) + ent. Direct Access Entering a valid menu option number while in the menu immediately moves to that option.
  • Page 11: Accessing Engineer Mode (Galaxy 512)

    Galaxy Programming Manual Engineer Menu Accessing Engineer Mode (Galaxy 512) User Authorised Access The default engineer code (112233) on the Galaxy 512 is allocated a #. With the # assigned, the engineer code operation is as follows: 1. Enable Engineer Access: User Code + ent + 48 + ent + 1 + ent + esc + esc 2.
  • Page 12: Multi User Access

    Galaxy Programming Manual User Access That all of the access doors (controlled by the on-line MAX) are closed. If any of the access doors are open, then the exit procedure is halted until all of the doors are closed. That there are no power failures on the galaxy system, such as AC fail, fuse fail or battery fail Aborting the Exit Engineer Mode Procedure If the esc key is pressed at any point while engineer mode is being exited, before the normal banner is dis- played, the exit procedure is aborted and the system returns to the engineer banner.
  • Page 13: Section 3: Setting Options

    Galaxy Programming Manual Setting the System Section 3: Setting Options Setting the System Full Setting Enter: USER CODE + A If groups are enabled and the user code has been assigned group choice then the keypad displays the set status of the available groups: R = Ready F = Fault (group is unset and at least 1 A12345678...
  • Page 14: Unsetting The System

    Galaxy Programming Manual Unsetting the System Unsetting the System During the unsetting procedure, initiated by the opening of FINAL or ENTRY zone on a set group, the system is unset by entering the user code followed by the A key. •...
  • Page 15: Card Setting Options

    Galaxy Programming Manual Card Setting Card Setting Options Setting with Proximity Cards/Tags/Fobs The Proximity user cards can be used to set and unset the system. This is done by assigning a MAX user card (or fob) with one of the setting options (refer to option 42.1.8 = CODES.User Codes.MAX Func- tion).
  • Page 16: Setting Features

    Galaxy Programming Manual Setting Features Setting Features The Galaxy control panels provide a range of features to assist the user in the setting and unsetting of the system, minimising the possibility of error when carrying out these procedures. Show Set Status When Show Status is enabled (refer to option 58.6 = KEYPAD.Show Status), pressing the and # keys simultaneously when the normal banner is displayed indicates the group set status.
  • Page 17: Omitted Zones

    Galaxy Programming Manual Setting Features (cont’d) Omitted Zones If zones are omitted when the system starts setting, this is indicated on the keypad. The keypad indicates how many zones are omitted. Expiry Warning During the last 25% of the programmed exit time outputs programmed as Entry/Exit Horn begin to pulse rapidly, indicating that time is running short.
  • Page 18: Abort Time

    Galaxy Programming Manual Setting Features (cont’d) Abort Time Should the user exceed the entry time or stray from the entry route a full alarm occurs. However the activation of the intruder output can be delayed to allow time for the user to abort the remote signalling. The Abort Time parameter can also be programmed so that an Intruder alarm is activated immediately the entry time expires or a zone is activated, but entry of any valid code cancels the alarm and deactivates the Intruder outputs without the need for a system reset.
  • Page 19: Section 4: Menu Options 11-19

    Galaxy Programming Manual 11 - Omit Zones Section 4: Menu Options 11-19 Option 11 – Omit Zones (Quick Menu Option 0) Code + ent + 11 + ent + A or B to select zone + # + A or B to select zone + # + ..ent (to set) or esc (to select another option) This option allows zones to be temporarily removed (omitted) from the system.
  • Page 20 Galaxy Programming Manual 11 - Omit Zones (cont’d) Galaxy 512 Code + ent + 11 + ent + A or B to select zone + # + ent (to set) or esc (to select another option) The Omit Zones option allows a single eligible zone to be omitted from the system. Once a zone has been omitted from the system, it is not possible to view other zones that have the omit attribute enabled until the omitted zone is reinstated (either automatically or manually).
  • Page 21: Option 12 - Timed Set

    Galaxy Programming Manual Options 12 - 16 Option 12 – Timed Set This option, when entered, starts the setting routine. The Entry/Exit Horns emit the expiry warning using the programmed exit time (0-300 seconds). The system sets at the end of the exit time or earlier if a Final Zone is opened and closed, key 0 is pressed —...
  • Page 22: Option 17 - Instant Part

    Galaxy Programming Manual Options 17 - 19 Option 17 – Instant Part Selecting this option immediately sets all zones that have the part attribute enabled. No sounder or exit time is involved. NOTE: The zones must be closed to allow the system to part set. If any zones are open, then the exit time reset feature (detailed previously) is activated.
  • Page 23: Section 5: Display Options

    Galaxy Programming Manual 21 - Display Zones Section 5: Display Options Option 21 – Display Zones (Quick Menu Option 3) Selecting and entering the Display Zones option shows the first zone on the system. Other zones may be viewed by pressing the A and B keys or by entering the zone number directly. The top line displays: •...
  • Page 24: Option 22 - Display Log (Quick Menu Option 4)

    Galaxy Programming Manual 22 - Display Log Option 22 – Display Log (Quick Menu Option 4) The Galaxy event log is viewed using this menu option. The number of events that each of the Galaxy panels can store are as follows: •...
  • Page 25: Option 23 - System (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512)

    Galaxy Programming Manual 23 - System NOTES: Where two identical events occur within 1 second, only one is logged. Only the first occurrences of high resistance and low resistance events on each day are logged. Subsequent activations are ignored until midnight of the same day. This is to prevent the log from being filled with high and low resistance activations from a faulty zone.
  • Page 26: Option 24 - Print (Quick Menu Option 5)

    Galaxy Programming Manual 24 - Print Option 24 – Print (Quick Menu Option 5) NOTE: A serial printer must be connected to the Galaxy panel via a printer interface module or an RS232 interface module. This option allows one of the four listed options to be printed. Only information corresponding to the groups assigned to the user is printed.
  • Page 27: Option 25 - Access Doors

    Galaxy Programming Manual 25 - Access Doors Option 25 – Access Doors NOTE: If the MAX mode has not been enabled (refer to option 63.2 = OPTIONS.MAX) the message No Entries is displayed on entering this option. Accessing this option when the MAX mode is enabled and there are MAX modules connected to the system displays the address and descriptor details of the first MAX module on the system.
  • Page 28 Galaxy Programming Manual 25 - Access Doors (cont’d) Access Door MicroMAX/MAX LED Status When the access doors option is entered in engineering mode the MAX address can be displayed by pressing the # key. This feature includes displaying the MicroMAX address using the MicroMAX LED format. This is shown in the following Figure graphically for both a MAX and a MicroMAX address as 26.
  • Page 29 Galaxy Programming Manual 25 - Access Doors (cont’d) MAX/MicroMAX/MAX The MAX log stores proximity card events from the microMAX/MAX card readers. To display the events in the MAX log, use the A or B keys to select the required MAX address then press the ent key.
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  • Page 31: Section 6: Test Options

    Galaxy Programming Manual 31 - Walk Test Section 6: Test Options Option 31 – Walk Test (Quick Menu Option 6) The Walk Test option offers two methods of testing zones. Test All Zones: This option initiates a walk test that includes all zones that have the omit attribute enabled (refer to option 52 = PROGRAM ZONES).
  • Page 32: Option 32 - Outputs

    Galaxy Programming Manual 32 - Outputs Option 32 – Outputs Outputs are tested by function: for example, when 01 = BELLS is selected, then all outputs programmed as Bells are activated. Refer to option 53 = PROGRAM OUTPUT for a full description of each output func- tion.
  • Page 33: Section 7: Modify Options

    Galaxy Programming Manual 41 - Time/Date Section 7: Modify Options Option 41 – Time/Date (Quick Menu Option 7) Galaxy 8, 18, 60, 128, 500 & 504 The Time/Date option can be accessed and modified by level 6 codes, the engineer and the remote code. Galaxy 512 The Time/Date option can be accessed by users, the engineer and the remote code, however, users can only view the current time and date.
  • Page 34: Option 42 - Codes (Quick Menu Option 8)

    Galaxy Programming Manual 42 - Codes Option 42 – Codes (Quick Menu Option 8) The Codes option is used to assign, modify and delete the codes that allow users to operate and access the system. The Codes option is divided into three sub-menus: User Codes —...
  • Page 35: Default Codes

    Galaxy Programming Manual 42 - Codes (cont’d) Default Codes The Galaxy system provides 3 default codes: Manager, Engineer and Remote User. Refer to the following Table: Table 4. Default Codes Engineer Code • The engineer code can only modify the engineer PIN; all other engineer User Code options are fixed;...
  • Page 36: Escaping From Engineer Mode

    Galaxy Programming Manual 42 - Codes (cont’d) Escaping from Engineer Mode Return to the engineer banner. Enter the engineer code Press the esc key The Galaxy begins the exit engineer mode procedure by checking the integrity and security of the system: •...
  • Page 37: Programming Codes

    Galaxy Programming Manual 42 - Codes (cont’d) Galaxy 8 & 18 The manager code defaults to accessing the quick menu (option 0 – 9). Refer to option 59 = Quick Menu. To access the full menu, assign a to the manager in the Modify Level option. Galaxy 60, 128, 500, 504 &...
  • Page 38 Galaxy Programming Manual 42 - Codes (cont’d) 1 = Modify PIN The PIN identifies each user to the Galaxy panel and permits the user to operate the system. The Modify PIN option allows a PIN to be assigned to the user or an existing PIN to be modified. The PIN must be a four, five or six digit number that is unique to the system.
  • Page 39 Galaxy Programming Manual 42 - Codes (cont’d) i l i † – † ‡ ‡ ‡ † ‡ Table 6. User Access Levels Duress Code (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512) If the # key is pressed while the Modify Level option is accessed, then the current user code is assigned as a Duress Code.
  • Page 40 Galaxy Programming Manual 42 - Codes (cont’d) 3 = Modify Name This option allows a name to be assigned to the user (maximum 6 characters). Each of the user codes default to the name USER. The engineer (ENG) and manager (MGR) are fixed and cannot be reprogrammed. On selecting the Modify Name option, a section of the alpha-numeric characters that can be assigned to the user name is displayed on the bottom line of the keypad;...
  • Page 41 Galaxy Programming Manual 42 - Codes (cont’d) 5 = Temporary Codes (Galaxy 128, 500, 504 & 512) Temporary Codes allows a PIN to be temporarily allocated to a user. On selecting this option, enter the number of days (0 – 99) that the code is to remain active. The default setting of 0 indicates that the code is permanent.
  • Page 42 Galaxy Programming Manual 42 - Codes (cont’d) On selecting the Modify Groups option, the groups currently allocated to the user are displayed. All user default to group 1. Pressing the group number toggles the group assigned to the user; pressing 2 and 3 assign groups 2 and 3 to the user;...
  • Page 43 Galaxy Programming Manual 42 - Codes (cont’d) Each MAX Number defaults to 0000000000 (ten zero’s): To enter the required number: press and hold the B key until the zeros are deleted; enter the unique 10 digit number laser etched onto the MAX/MicroMAX card/Fob tag or enter the unique RF keyfob button identifier generated by the RF RIO (refer to RF RIO programming instructions II1-0076 for details) or press the A and 1 keys simultaneously of the KeyProx and present the card/fob to the KeyProx reader...
  • Page 44 Galaxy Programming Manual 42 - Codes (cont’d) If a user’s card number is assigned a *, then the card becomes Dual access. This means that it will not open the door on its own; it needs another PIN or card as well. If the PIN belonging to the same user has a # assigned, then that PIN must be entered first before access will be granted to that card.
  • Page 45: Option 43 - Summer (Quick Menu Option 9)

    Galaxy Programming Manual 43 - Summer/44 - Trace On selecting the Modify Groups option, the groups currently allocated to the user are displayed. All user default to group 1. Pressing the group number toggles the group assigned to the user; pressing 2 and 3 assign groups 2 and 3 to the user;...
  • Page 46: Option 45 - Timer Control (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512)

    Galaxy Programming Manual 45 - Timer Control Group Mode If group mode is enabled (refer to option 63 = OPTIONS), there is a separate trace for the most recent alarm activation in each of the groups. On selecting the Trace option, a user with group choice (refer to option 42 = CODES) can view the trace of the assigning groups;...
  • Page 47 Galaxy Programming Manual 45 - Timer Control (cont’d) Galaxy 60, 128, 500 & 504 The holiday periods can be programmed by a valid user. Galaxy 512 The holiday periods can only be programmed by the engineer. Users can access this option, however, they can only view the programmed holiday dates.
  • Page 48 Galaxy Programming Manual 45 - Timer Control (cont’d) 2 = Early Open Level 6 Users and Engineer when Groups are Disabled If groups have not been enabled on the system, the programming of the Early Open option is identical for Level 6 users and the engineer;...
  • Page 49 Galaxy Programming Manual 45 - Timer Control (cont’d) 1 = Weekend Day On selecting this option the programmed Weekend Day is displayed; the default is 0 = OFF. Use the A or B keys to select the required day or days and press the ent key to accept the programming and return to the previous menu level: BOTH (Saturday and Sunday) The selected Weekend Day remains active for one occurrence only.
  • Page 50: Option 46 - Group Omit (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500 & 504)

    Galaxy Programming Manual 46 - Group Omit Option 46 – Group Omit (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500 & 504) This option allows a level 6 user code to block omit all the omittable zones that are open at the end of the confirm time in a group or multiple groups.
  • Page 51: Option 47 - Remote Access

    Galaxy Programming Manual 47 - Remote Access Option 47 – Remote Access 1. Service This option enables level six users to control the access mode of the Galaxy Gold remote servicing software. There are several options available for increased flexibility and security. NOTE: This option is only available when the Manager Authorise option has been enabled (refer to option 56.1.12 = COMMUNICATIONS.
  • Page 52: Option 48 - Engineer Access (Galaxy 512 Only)

    Galaxy Programming Manual 48 - Engineer Access Option 48 – Engineer Access (Galaxy 512 only) The engineer code is assigned a # in the PIN by default. This prevents the engineer from accessing engineer mode unless authorised to do so by a valid code. To gain access to the engineer menu a level 6 user must enter their code, and enable the Engineer Access option.
  • Page 53: Option 49 - Datelock (Galaxy 512)

    Galaxy Programming Manual 49 - Datelock Option 49 – Datelock (Galaxy 512) The Datelock option allows the system to be set and prevented from unsetting until the date and time speci- fied by the user. This option can only be accessed by level 6 user codes with access to all groups. The Datelock menu option can only be accessed if parameter 40 —...
  • Page 54: Section 8: Engineer 1

    Galaxy Programming Manual 51 - Parameters Section 8: Engineer 1 Option 51 – Parameters This option allows the engineer to modify the system functions. Options can be selected using the A or B keys or by entering the two digit parameter number and pressing the ent key. The selected options can then be programmed by using the A key to increase or the B key to decrease the values assigned to the parameter;...
  • Page 55 Galaxy Programming Manual 51 - Parameters (cont’d) l l e l l e t i x a l i a l i ' 0 ' a l i a l i a l i a l i a l i a l i a l i a l i...
  • Page 56 Galaxy Programming Manual 51 - Parameters (cont’d) a l i a l i a l i r i f a l i a l i l l e a l i a l i a l i a l i Table 9B.
  • Page 57 Galaxy Programming Manual 51 - Parameters (cont’d) 01 = Bell Time The duration of the Bells output activation is programmable within the range 0–30 minutes; the default is 20. Assigning a value of 00 minutes sets the Bell Time to infinity. This parameter can be assigned a different value for each group.
  • Page 58 Galaxy Programming Manual 51 - Parameters (cont’d) If there is no abort output allocated to the alarmed group: a) The intruder condition is restored. b) Intruder restore is signalled The system requires a system reset. The panel cannot be set until this occurs. NOTE: If reduced resets (51.55.3) is enabled, the alarm will be reset by the user code, if the alarm is unconfirmed.
  • Page 59 Galaxy Programming Manual 51 - Parameters (cont’d) NOTES: 1. A Final zone assigned a when programming the function will double the programmed Entry Time for the group it is allocated to. 2. There are no groups in the Galaxy 8 06 = System Reset This option allows the engineer or the remote code to determine the code level that can reset the system following an intruder alarm.
  • Page 60 Galaxy Programming Manual 51 - Parameters (cont’d) Zones that are open at the end of the bell time must be omittable (Omit attribute enabled); the re-arm will omit these zones. The complete zone circuit, including the tamper facility, is omitted. Refer to menu option 52 = PROGRAM ZONES for details on enabling the zone omit attribute.
  • Page 61 Galaxy Programming Manual 51 - Parameters (cont’d) • accepts the programming and returns to the previous level; exits from the option. The banner is displayed whenever any group on the system is unset. 13 = PA Delay This parameter determines the delay between the activation of a PA Delay or PA Delay Silent zone and the alarm sounding and signalling a PA via the communicator.
  • Page 62 Galaxy Programming Manual 51 - Parameters (cont’d) 17 = Restart This parameter re-configures the system without the need to remove and reconnect the power. The system displays a WARNING!!! ent=RESET SYSTEM, press the ent key to reconfigure the system. The keypad display becomes blank for a few seconds, then displays the message Configuring Please Wait.
  • Page 63 Galaxy Programming Manual 51 - Parameters (cont’d) 22 = PA Reset (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512) This option allows the engineer or the remote code to determine the code level that can reset the system following a PA activation. The default level is 6 — manager; the programmable range is: •...
  • Page 64 Galaxy Programming Manual 51 - Parameters (cont’d) 26 = Forced (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500 & 504) The Forced parameter enables or disables Menu option 14 = FORCED SET. If the parameter is set to 1 (enabled) the user can force the system to set, automatically omitting any omittable zones that are open at the time of setting.
  • Page 65 Galaxy Programming Manual 51 - Parameters (cont’d) 30 = Video (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512) This parameter determines the number of activations that must occur on any of the zones programmed as Video, in a single set period, before a full alarm occurs; there is no time limit on the period between activations.
  • Page 66 Galaxy Programming Manual 51 - Parameters (cont’d) 35 = Fail to Set (Galaxy 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512) This parameter determines the period of time that a zone must remain open, following the start of the setting procedure, before the Fail Set outputs activate. The programmable range is 0–999 seconds; the default is 360 .
  • Page 67 Galaxy Programming Manual 51 - Parameters (cont’d) 40 = Datelock (Galaxy 512) This parameter is used to enable or disable menu option 49 = DATELOCK; the parameter can be set to one of the three following options: 0 = Disabled (default setting): the Datelock menu option is not available to the user; the message Option not available is displayed.
  • Page 68 Galaxy Programming Manual 51 - Parameters (cont’d) 46 = Zone resistance (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512) RIOs rev 1.2 and Smart PSUs rev 0.7 and above allow the zones to be programmed, with different resistance ranges for zone status activation. This feature allows selection of End Of Line or Double Balanced zone resistance types.
  • Page 69 Galaxy Programming Manual 51 - Parameters (cont’d) 52 = RF Stop Set If this option is enabled, the setting is prevented if all supervised devices have not signalled to the receiver in the stop set period prior to setting. This is selectable from 0 - 250 minutes. The default is 20 minutes. 53 = RF Stop Mode This option controls if and how an RF fault prevents the panel from being set.
  • Page 70 Galaxy Programming Manual 51 - Parameters (cont’d) 58 = Power Alarm For NF-a2p approval. Activates Bells, Strobe and Horn when system is set if there is an AC fail. 59 = Part Zone For NF-a2p approval. When enabled, the part setting has a unique setting tone. Setting tone is on 2 secs, off 0.1 sec.
  • Page 71: Option 52 - Program Zones

    Galaxy Programming Manual 52 - Program Zones Option 52 – Program Zones This option is used by the engineer to modify the programming of the zones on the system. The option also allows the attributes of the zone to be changed. The programmable options are shown in the Table that fol- lows: r t t i r c...
  • Page 72 Galaxy Programming Manual 52 - Program Zones (cont’d) 1 = Function Entering the Function attribute displays the address and the current function of the selected zone along with the zone function reference number. The zone functions can be stepped through, forwards or backwards, using the A and B keys.
  • Page 73 Galaxy Programming Manual 52 - Program Zones (cont’d) The A or B keys can be used to toggle the status of the Omit attribute - pressing 1 or 0 will also select the required status; press the ent key to accept the programming. Galaxy 512 Only 1 zone can be omitted at any one time on the Galaxy 512.
  • Page 74: System Alarms

    Galaxy Programming Manual 52 - Program Zones (cont’d) 8 = Group (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512) NOTE: The Groups attribute is only available if groups have been enabled on the system (refer to option 63 = OPTIONS). The Group attribute allows the zone to be assigned to a single group on the system.
  • Page 75 Galaxy Programming Manual 52 - Program Zones (cont’d) t i x t n I y t i c t i e l i e l i l l e l i a l i a Table 14A. Available Zone Functions per Galaxy Panel...
  • Page 76 Galaxy Programming Manual 52 - Program Zones (cont’d) t i x t n I a l i a l i c t i Table 14B. Available Zone Functions per Galaxy Panel (contd.)
  • Page 77 Galaxy Programming Manual 52 - Program Zones (cont’d) 01 Final Zones programmed as Final initiate the unsetting procedure and terminate setting procedure; opening the Final zone when the system or group is set starts the entry timer; opening and then closing the Final zone during the exit procedure sets the system or assigned groups, providing all the zones are closed.
  • Page 78 Galaxy Programming Manual 52 - Program Zones (cont’d) 06 Dual (Double Knock) The operation of the Dual (Double Knock) function is identical to the Intruder function, with the exception that an alarm condition is activated only when there have been two activations from any Dual zones (assigned to the same group) within a 20 minute period while the system is set.
  • Page 79 Galaxy Programming Manual 52 - Program Zones (cont’d) If the system is set, operating a Keyswitch immediately unsets the assigned groups; there is no entry time countdown. The Part attribute of the Keyswitch function defaults to 0 (disabled); the standard Keyswitch function full sets the system.
  • Page 80 Galaxy Programming Manual 52 - Program Zones (cont’d) 13 PA The PA (Personal Attack) function is continuously operational. Activation of this zone type overrides the Bell Delay parameter and causes an instant full alarm condition that requires to be reset with a code authorised for PA Reset —...
  • Page 81 Galaxy Programming Manual 52 - Program Zones (cont’d) 17 Link This zone type has no operational function; it is designed to be used as a source of a link - refer to option 54 = LINKS. The activation (+) and de-activation (–) of Link zones is recorded in the event log. NOTE: option 54 = LINKS is not available on the Galaxy 8.
  • Page 82 Galaxy Programming Manual 52 - Program Zones (cont’d) 24 Line Fail The Line Fail function is used to monitor the telephone line that a remote signalling device is connected to for communications failure. When the system is in the unset state, the first activation of a Line Fail zone causes a local alarm and the message TELECOM FAILURE is displayed, subsequent Line Fail activations do not sound the local alarm;...
  • Page 83 Galaxy Programming Manual 52 - Program Zones (cont’d) 30 Intruder Delay The Intruder Delay function is identical to the Intruder function, with the exception that the full alarm activa- tion can be delayed for up to 50 minutes (0–3000 seconds); this is determined by the Delay Alarm param- eter (option 51.31).
  • Page 84 Galaxy Programming Manual 52 - Program Zones (cont’d) 35 = Exit Guard The Exitguard function allows a zone to be used to omit other zones on the system. This is useful for permit- ting access via doors programmed as 24 Hours or Security. The Exitguard zone must be the source of a link (refer to option 54 = LINKS);...
  • Page 85 Galaxy Programming Manual 52 - Program Zones (cont’d) 38 PA Unset This PA Unset function is identical to the PA Silent function, with the exception that it is only operational when the system is unset; the function is inactive when the group is set. 39 Keyswitch Reset The Keyswitch Reset function allows alarms to be cancelled and the system to rearm without unsetting the Galaxy.
  • Page 86 Galaxy Programming Manual 52 - Program Zones (cont’d) On entering an ATM code, the system prompts for one of the ATM zone types to be selected; to select the ATM zone type to be omitted use the A or B key or enter the number of the ATM zone type. Once the zone is selected, the keypad indicates the DELAY ACCESS - the number of minutes remaining until the ATM zones are omitted.
  • Page 87: Option 53 - Program Outputs

    Galaxy Programming Manual 53 - Program Outputs Option 53 – Program Outputs This option is used by the engineer to modify the programming of the outputs on the system. The option also allows the attributes of the outputs to be changed. The programmable options are: r t t d i l e l f...
  • Page 88: Attributes

    Galaxy Programming Manual 53 - Program Outputs (cont’d) Keypad Outputs The keypad outputs are fully programmable. The address of the keypad output is the keypad address pre- fixed with a star, for example the output for keypad 06 is 06. The function of keypad outputs default to Entry/Exit Horn.
  • Page 89 Galaxy Programming Manual 53 - Program Outputs (cont’d) 2 = Output Mode Each output function defaults to a specific, logical output mode. However, the output mode of each function can be modified to meet special requirements: when reprogrammed, the new mode applies to all outputs assigned to that function.
  • Page 90 Galaxy Programming Manual 53 - Program Outputs (cont’d) Use the A or B key to select the required group (A1–D8). When the end of a block is reached, the next block of eight groups is selected; press keys 1–8 to toggle the status of the relevant group in the current block to the output;...
  • Page 91: Output Functions

    Galaxy Programming Manual 53 - Program Outputs (cont’d) Output Functions The following table shows all the outputs and the zone functions and conditions that result in their activation. – – – – – – – – – – – – –...
  • Page 92 Galaxy Programming Manual 53 - Program Outputs (cont’d) r i f – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –...
  • Page 93 Galaxy Programming Manual 53 - Program Outputs (cont’d) – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –...
  • Page 94 Galaxy Programming Manual 53 - Program Outputs (cont’d) – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –...
  • Page 95 Galaxy Programming Manual 53 - Program Outputs (cont’d) 01 Bells (Latch) The Bells output is activated on a full alarm event when the system is set. This output is subject to the Bell Time, Bell Delay and No. Rearm parameters. 02 Strobe (Latch) The Strobe output is activated on a full alarm event during the set state.
  • Page 96 Galaxy Programming Manual 53 - Program Outputs (cont’d) 09 Set (Reflex) The Set output is activated when the assigned groups on the system are set. This output is a Reflex output and follows the set and unset status of the groups. 10 Engineer (Reflex) The Engineer output is activated while the engineer mode is being accessed.
  • Page 97 Galaxy Programming Manual 53 - Program Outputs (cont’d) 18 E/E Horn (Latch) The Entry/Exit Horn output has a dual function: • in an alarm condition its function is identical to that of the Horn output; • during the unsetting and setting of the system it is used to provide an indication on the status of the system.
  • Page 98 Galaxy Programming Manual 53 - Program Outputs (cont’d) 24 Batt Test This test output is used on V4 and above. 25 Wrong CD This output is activated whenever a wrong code alarm occurs. That is, when 6 wrong codes in succession are entered at the keypad.
  • Page 99 Galaxy Programming Manual 53 - Program Outputs (cont’d) 33 Warning (Latch) (Galaxy 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512) The Warning output is activated by the first occurrence of a high (1200-1300Ω) and low (800-900Ω) resistance reading on each of the system zones in a single 24 hour period: the activating zone is recorded in the log.
  • Page 100 Galaxy Programming Manual 53 - Program Outputs (cont’d) 42 Illegal Code (Latch) (Galaxy 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512) The Illegal Code is activated 60 seconds after an entry of a single Dual Code or a code which is entered outwith the Timer A and/or Timer B times assigned to it in menu option 42.1.4=CODES.User Codes.Time Zone.
  • Page 101 Galaxy Programming Manual 53 - Program Outputs (cont’d) 51 – 65 Link A – O (Reflex) Link output types have no inherent function: they are designed for use with option 54 = LINKS to provide the engineer with a means of activating a specific output address. Link outputs can be activated by any of the link option sources.
  • Page 102: Option 54 - Links (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512)

    Galaxy Programming Manual 54 - Links Option 54 – Links (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512) The Links offers a powerful method of interconnecting zones, output functions, codes, keypads, and MAX modules. The links table is constructed by creating a link between one of the source types and a valid destina- tion type.
  • Page 103 Galaxy Programming Manual 54 - Links (cont’d) 8. If the link destination is d). Output Type and Groups have been enabled (refer to option 63=OPTIONS) then each link must be allocated to at least one group (use the A or B key to move between the group blocks;...
  • Page 104 Galaxy Programming Manual 54 - Links (cont’d) Destination Type Notes Modifier a) Not used The link is not operational b) Zone Address When the link is active, the zone is omitted from the system When the link is active, the user's PIN and MAX card are not c) User Code* operational.
  • Page 105: Option 55 - Soak

    Galaxy Programming Manual 55 - Soak Option 55 – Soak The Soak option allows selected zones to be put onto test for a period ranging from 1 – 14 days (refer to option 51.16=PARAMETERS.Soak Time). Activations from a zone on the soak test do not cause alarms but are recorded in the event log and are reported to level 2 (and above) users on unsetting of the system.
  • Page 106: Option 56 - Communications

    Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications Option 56 – Communications The Communications option is used to program the Galaxy Communication peripherals. This option has 4 sub menus, one for each of the communication peripherals. Each of these has its own set of sub menus as detailed in the following pages.
  • Page 107: Telecom Module

    Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) Telecom Module 1 = Telecom 01 = Format 1 = DTMF 1 = Channels 1-16 1 = Output Function 2 = Output Mode 3 = Output Polarity 4 = Output Group 2 = Acct/Channel 2 = SIA 0 (0-4) 1 = Trigger Events...
  • Page 108 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications The Telecom module allows two-way communication via the telephone network. This can be used: • to transmit alarm and event signals to ARCs, (Alarm Receiving Centres), supporting a number of signalling formats. • to remotely service the Galaxy control panel via a PC with Galaxy Gold software installed. For information on the installation of the Telecom module refer to TELECOM MODULE, Installation and Operation Instructions (part number II1-0079).
  • Page 109 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) Channels 1-16 Each channel can be programmed with the following attributes: 1 = Output function 2 = Output mode 3 = Polarity 4 = Groups 1 = Output Function Any of the system output functions (see option 53 = Program Outputs) can be assigned to each of the channels 1 –...
  • Page 110 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) 3 = Output Polarity The Output Polarity determines the normal operational state of the output. 0 = POS - channel activates when the output is triggered. 1 = NEG - channel activates when the output is reset. 4 = Output Groups (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 &...
  • Page 111 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) NOTE: Changing the main account number overwrites all separate account numbers previously pro- grammed for channels 1 – 16. On selecting DTMF, the keypad displays 1 = Channels 1 - 16. Press the A key; the 2 = Acct/Channel option is displayed.
  • Page 112 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) Programming the SIA Format with Groups Enabled If groups have been enabled on the system (refer to option 63 = OPTIONS), then the SIA format menu alters slightly; an additional level is added. 1 = Trigger Events On selecting the SIA level the keypad displays 1 = Trigger Events;...
  • Page 113 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) 1 = Telephone Number To assign a telephone number to the group press the ent key and enter the required number. The telephone number can be a maximum of 22 digits (including dial pause and dial tone detect # characters);...
  • Page 114 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) 04 Receiver The transmission destination can be set to one of three modes: 1 = Single Reports to the telephone number programmed in Telephone Number 1. 2 = Dual Reports to both numbers programmed in Telephone Number 1 and Telephone Number 2. The alarm must be transmitted to both numbers.
  • Page 115 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) 3 = Intelligent Test This option stops the transmission of an automatic engineer test if an alarm signal has already been sent during the autotest interval. 4 = Group Condition (Galaxy 504 & 512 only) NOTE: This option is only displayed if the groups have been enabled (refer to option 63 = OPTIONS).
  • Page 116 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) When one of these conditions is detected, a LINE FAIL message is sent to the Galaxy and is stored in the event log, with the exception of line volts which is monitored for a further 30 minutes. If sufficient line voltage is restored within 30 minutes, no event will be stored.
  • Page 117 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) 2 = All Unset Access only when all the groups are unset. If groups are not enabled access is available at any time. 3 = Any Set No access if any of the groups are set. The system must be fully unset, whether groups are enabled or not. 4 = Any Time (default) Access available at any time 2 = Mode...
  • Page 118 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) 15 Priority Not used 16 Force V.21 This is used to change the modem speed to 300 baud. This option may require to be selected when using the Telecom module on PSTN lines shared with RedCARE devices. 17 SMS The SMS option is available on Galaxy panels with V4.00 and above software and Telecom modules with V5.xx and above software.
  • Page 119: Rs232 Interface Module

    Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) RS232 Interface Module 2 = RS232 1 = Mode 1 = Direct 2 = Modem 1 = Telephone No. 2 = Dial Type 1 = Tone 2 = Pulse 3 = X25 Not Available Not Available 4 = Paging 1 = SIA...
  • Page 120 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) 2 Format This option allows selection of the alarm signalling format. There are two formats available for the RS232 module: 1 = SIA Refer to the Telecom format menu (56.1.2) for programming details. 2 = Microtech Refer to the Telecom format menu (56.1.3) for programming details.
  • Page 121: Isdn Module

    Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) ISDN Module 3 = ISDN 01 = Primary 1 = Default Tel No 2 = Default Acc No 3 = Dial Type 1 = Analogue 2 = Digital 3 = X.25 1 = TEI 2 = LCGN 3 = LCN 4 = Polling Rate...
  • Page 122 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) The Galaxy ISDN Module supports alarm signalling and remote servicing over ISDN B and D channels. 01 Primary 1 =Default Telephone Number Telephone number 1 must be entered. This is the main telephone number that the alarms are signalled to. Up to 22 digits may be entered, including control modifiers.
  • Page 123 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) 3 = X.25 The X.25 dialling type allows transmission of data via an X.25 network to compatible X.25 receivers. The ISDN Module uses the D-channel of the ISDN line to set up the connection. After set-up the connection will remain activated.
  • Page 124 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) 02 Secondary The secondary option is available to support Dual and Alternate dialling to a second destination receiver. If using alternate mode both the dial type and format must be identical to the values programmed for the primary number.
  • Page 125 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) 2 = Point to Point Only one device is allowed on the ISDN bus. In this configuration a TEI number must be programmed. The default is 0. Since only one device is allowed the ISDN module will act differently when programmed to Point to Point.
  • Page 126 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) 05 Autotest An engineer test can be automatically transmitted to the Monitoring Station at programmed intervals. 1 = Start Time The engineer uses this option to enter the time that the first engineer test is transmitted. Subsequent engineer test transmissions are offset by the value assigned in the Test Interval option.
  • Page 127 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) 1 = None No line monitoring 2 = Line Volts DC volts monitored only 3 = Layer 1 Layer 1 monitored only 4 = Volts and Layer 1 Volts and layer 1 both monitored. Line Fail activated if both fail. 5 = Volts or Layer 1 Volts and Layer 1 both monitored.
  • Page 128 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) 2 = All Unset: Access only when all the groups are unset. If groups are not enabled access is available at any time. 3 = Any Set: No access if any of the groups are set. The system must be fully unset, whether groups are enabled or not. 4 = Any Time (default): Access available at any time 2 = Mode...
  • Page 129: Ethernet Module

    Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) Ethernet Module 4 = Ethernet 1 = IP Address 01= Module 2 = Site Name Config 3 = Gateway IP 4 = Network Mask 02 = Alarm 1 = Format 1 = SIA (0-4) 1 = Status 1 = Trigger Reporting...
  • Page 130 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) The Ethernet module allows the Galaxy control panel to communicate over Ethernet local and wide area networks, using both UDP and TCP Ethernet protocols. The Ethernet module supports both alarm signalling and remote servicing. Features included in the Ethernet module communications are data encryption and path supervision between the Ethernet module and alarm receiving applications.
  • Page 131 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) Refer to Appendix D of this manual for the detailed breakdown of the SIA event structure for each level. On selecting the SIA format, the keypad prompts for the required SIA level to be entered, there are five SIA levels available: •...
  • Page 132 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) Groups Setting NOTE: This option is only displayed if the groups have been enabled (refer option 63.1) Each of the events are signalled to Primary IP/Port Numbers programmed in menu option 56.4.2.2 and the account number programmed in 56.4.2.4.
  • Page 133 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) Note: This number must be programmed, even if groups have been enabled and all groups have a pro- grammed IP address. This is the IP address used for all system wide events. 2 = Port No. To erase any previously programmed numbers press the B key.
  • Page 134 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) mitted. If the trigger is set to Off, the events controlled by the trigger will not be transmitted. Step through the trigger events using the A and B keys. 1 = Trigger Press the ent key to display the first trigger event; the keypad shows the trigger, the trigger status and the groups assigned.
  • Page 135 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) 1 = Interval Enter the interval within which a path supervision signal (heartbeat) must be received from each alarm trans- mission path (refer option 56.4.7.2 Line Fail – Signalling Path). If a heartbeat is not received within the pro- grammed interval a line fail condition will be activated in the panel.
  • Page 136 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) 2 = Mode This option controls access authorisation and whether the remote session is initiated from (Panel or PC). 1 = Direct Access This permits access at any time (in conjunction with Access period). Access is initiated from Galaxy Gold. Once access is authorised/initiated, uploading, downloading and remote servicing can begin.
  • Page 137 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) 06 = Fail to Comm This option determines the number of unsuccessful communication attempts before the COMM FAIL mes- sage is recorded in the event log. When an event is to be transmitted to the monitoring station, the Ethernet module attempts to initiate a session with the destination receiver for each programmed transmission path.
  • Page 138 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) 2 = Secondary When selected the Ethernet module will only monitor the secondary transmission path. All other transmission paths will not be monitored. 3 = Alarm Mon. When selected the Ethernet module will only monitor the Alarm Mon. transmission path. All other transmission paths will not be monitored.
  • Page 139 Galaxy Programming Manual 56 - Communications (cont’d) 1 = On If selected encryption is enabled for the Galaxy Gold remote servicing sessions. In order for data to be re- ceived when this option is selected the receiver must support decryption. 3 = SIA Control 0 = Off This option controls encryption for communications between the Ethernet module and remote PC using the...
  • Page 140: Option 57 - System Print

    Galaxy Programming Manual 57 - System Print Option 57 – System Print The System Print option allows the details of the system programming to be printed. The specific details of one or all of the menu options in the following table can be selected: i ( l Table 23.
  • Page 141: Option 58 - Keypad

    Galaxy Programming Manual 58 - Keypad Option 58 – Keypad The keypads connected to the Galaxy control panel can be assigned individual attributes allowing each keypad to respond in a particular way. On selecting the Keypad option the details of the first keypad connected to the system are displayed. Keypad Address Option 1 Option 2...
  • Page 142 Galaxy Programming Manual 58 - Keypad (cont’d) 2 = B-key The programming of the B key is identical to that of the A key. 3 = Buzzer Mimic This option determines whether the keypad buzzer mimics the function of the programmed keypad output (refer to option 53 = PROGRAM OUTPUTS).
  • Page 143 Galaxy Programming Manual 58 - Keypad (cont’d) 6 = Show Status This option allows the keypad to display the set status of the groups. When Show Status is enabled, pressing and # keys simultaneously when the normal banner is displayed indicates the group set status. F = Fault R = Ready STATUS 12345678...
  • Page 144: Option 59 - Quick Menu

    Galaxy Programming Manual 59 - Quick Menu Option 59 – Quick Menu The Galaxy quick menu consists of up to 10 menu options that are accessed by all level 3 (and above) user codes that do not have a assigned to their code level. This option allows the quick menu to be repro- grammed to any selection of the menu options.
  • Page 145: Section 9: Engineer 2

    Galaxy Programming Manual 61 - Diagnostics Section 9: Engineer 2 Option 61 – Diagnostics This option allows several diagnostic tests to be run on the system, providing valuable information on the operational status of the Galaxy and connected modules. The Galaxy polls each module and reports the successful communications during this period as a percentage.
  • Page 146: Option 62 - Full Test (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512)

    Galaxy Programming Manual 62 - Full Test Option 62 – Full Test (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512) The Full Test option allows two zones to be selected and tested under full set conditions. Activating the selected zone results in a full alarm condition, including remote signalling. Constantly active zones (Security, 24 Hours, PA, Fire) remain active throughout the Full Test;...
  • Page 147: Option 63 - Options (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512)

    Galaxy Programming Manual 63 - Options Option 63 – Options (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512) The Options function allows the Galaxy to be divided into group subsystems and also allows the MAX proximity access control readers to be integrated into the system. Table 25.
  • Page 148 Galaxy Programming Manual 63 - Options (cont’d) 1=Groups On selecting Options, the keypad displays 1 = Groups; press the ent key to select this function. 1 = Group Mode This option is used to enable the Groups function (default is 0 = Disabled). When enabled, the system options that are eligible for group programming are then made available throughout the menu, otherwise they do not appear.
  • Page 149 Galaxy Programming Manual 63 - Options (cont’d) 2 = Setting Logic The Setting Logic option restricts a group from setting by determining which other groups must be set before it can set. For example, group 1 may be prohibited for setting unless groups 3, 7 are already set. The Set- ting Logic is individually defined for each group.
  • Page 150 Galaxy Programming Manual 63 - Options (cont’d) 3 = Group Name This option is used to assign a name of up to 12 characters to each of the groups. This name is assembled from the character set and/or library options. On selecting the Group Name option, the name currently assigned to group 1 is displayed.
  • Page 151 Galaxy Programming Manual 63 - Options (cont’d) Group Name Display When viewing the groups assigned to an option, for example user code or outputs, simultaneously pressing the # and keys displays the groups individually. The keypad displays the group number, name and the status of the particular option being displayed.
  • Page 152 Galaxy Programming Manual 63 - Options (cont’d) 2 = MAX Address The address and the on-line or standalone status of the MAX Modules are assigned and modified using this option. On selecting MAX Address the Galaxy searches for the MAX with the highest address. The Galaxy 128 prompts for the AB line (1-2);...
  • Page 153 Galaxy Programming Manual 63 - Options (cont’d) Select the required MAX/MicroMAX address using the A and B keys or by entering the MAX/MicroMAX address directly and pressing the ent key. The first MAX parameter, 1 = Description is displayed. Use the A or B keys to move to the required parameter and press the ent key.
  • Page 154 Galaxy Programming Manual 63 - Options (cont’d) 3 = Open Timeout This is the period following the user card swipe that the door can remain open when gaining access. If the door remains open longer than the period assigned to the Open Timeout, then an alarm occurs. NOTE: If the Open Timeout is programmed as 0 seconds, then the door can remain open indefinitely without resulting in an alarm being activated.
  • Page 155 Galaxy Programming Manual 63 - Options (cont’d) In access mode access will be granted if there are common groups between the card and the MAX reader and all the groups assigned to the card are unset. For the card held function, the groups affected by the func- tion will be all the groups assigned to the card, so long as there is at least one common group between the card and the MAX.
  • Page 156 Galaxy Programming Manual 63 - Options (cont’d) 5 = Emergencies This option allows each individual MAX/MicroMAX/MAX unit to be configured to respond to fire zones in a given set of groups. Upon the opening of a fire zone in one of the groups allocated to the MAX/MicroMAX/ , the MAX/MicroMAX/MAX will trigger the door strike and hold the door open until the system is reset.
  • Page 157: Option 64 - Assemble Zone (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512)

    Galaxy Programming Manual 64 - Assemble Zones Option 64 – Assemble Zone (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512) The Assemble Zones option allows 2 zone functions to be customised to the user’s requirements; these are the Custom-A and Custom-B zones. Once a custom zone function has been assembled, it is assigned to zones using option 52 = PROGRAM ZONES.
  • Page 158 Galaxy Programming Manual 64 - Assemble Zones (cont’d) 1 = Outputs Any of the available output types can be assigned to the custom zone. On selecting this attribute the 01=BELLS output type is displayed along with it status; the default status is disabled. The status indicates the conditions under which the custom zone activates the output.
  • Page 159 Galaxy Programming Manual 64 - Assemble Zones (cont’d) 3 = Setting The Setting attribute determines the function (if any) that the custom zone has in setting and unsetting the system. Begin Set if enabled, the custom zone starts the setting procedure, Begin Entry if enabled, the custom zone starts the unsetting procedure, Sets System...
  • Page 160 Galaxy Programming Manual 64 - Assemble Zones (cont’d) Assemble Zone Example: Assemble a zone that: • activates Bells outputs when the system is set, • activates Link-A outputs when the system is unset, • generates an alarm condition when the system is part and full set, •...
  • Page 161: Option 65 - Timers (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512)

    Galaxy Programming Manual 65 - Timers Option 65 – Timers (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512) The Timers menu are as follows: Timers 1 = Timer A 1 = Timer Status 0 = Off 1 = On 2 = Timers (1-20) Use A or B key to select timer - 20 times can be programmed, then press ent.
  • Page 162: Timer A And B

    Galaxy Programming Manual 65 - Timers (cont’d) Timer A and B The Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 and 512 control panels provide 2 timers that allow up to 20 times to be assigned over a 7 day period; these can be combined in any order of On and Off times as required. Programming Timers 1.
  • Page 163: Autoset (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512)

    Galaxy Programming Manual 65 - Timers (cont’d) Autoset (Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512) The Autoset option is available on the Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 500, 504 and 512 control panels only. The Galaxy 500 can be programmed to automatically set and unset each of the system groups individually at predetermined times.
  • Page 164 Galaxy Programming Manual 65 - Timers (cont’d) There are five stages to programming the Autoset function: 1. Autoset Status 0 = Off (default) 1 = On 2 = Monitor - if selected, the setting and unsetting of the group is monitored: •...
  • Page 165: Lockout (Galaxy 512)

    Galaxy Programming Manual 65 - Timers (cont’d) 5. Autoset Events This option programs the times when the selected group is automatically switched On (Autoset) and Off (Autounset). On selecting the option, the first 2 times assigned to the timer are displayed (the first time is on the top line, the second is on the bottom).
  • Page 166 Galaxy Programming Manual 65 - Timers (cont’d) During the Lockout period, the group can not be unset unless an alarm has been activated in the group. In the event of an alarm occurring during the Lockout period, any valid level 2 (or above) code assigned to the group in alarm may be used to unset and/or reset the group.
  • Page 167: Option 66 - Pre-Checks (Galaxy 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512)

    Galaxy Programming Manual 66 - Pre-Check Option 66 – Pre-checks (Galaxy 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512) The Pre-Check option provides added system security by alerting the user to zones that may not be operating correctly. NOTE: Pre-check does not operate when the system is in the engineer mode. Testing Zones 16 CHECK ZONES A=VIEW...
  • Page 168: Option 67 - Remote Reset

    Galaxy Programming Manual 67 - Remote Reset Option 67 – Remote Reset The Remote Reset option allows a user to perform an engineer reset authorised by the Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC). In the event of an alarm that requires an engineer reset, the keypad displays a number, which, when quoted to the ARC is decoded and exchanged for a new number.
  • Page 169: Option 68 - Menu Access (Galaxy 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512)

    Galaxy Programming Manual 68 - Menu Access Option 68 – Menu Access (Galaxy 60, 128, 500, 504 & 512) The Menu Access option is used to assign access levels to each of the menu options. This allows code levels 3 – 6 to have access to menu options to which they would normally have insufficient access rights. On selecting this option, 11 = OMIT ZONES is displayed along with the current code levels assigned (3456 default).
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  • Page 171: Appendix A : Door Control - Max (Mx01

    Galaxy Programming Manual Installation Instructions Appendix A : Door Control - MAX (MX01) Installation Instructions The MAX box contains the following: • MAX reader (P/N MX01), • MAX facia label (P/N 21_1627), • 10-way connector block. The MAX installation sequence is as follows: 1.
  • Page 172: Mounting The Max

    Galaxy Programming Manual Installation Instructions (cont’d) Mounting the MAX Attach the wired-up 10-way connector block to the pins on the rear of the MAX reader. Surface Mounting the MAX 1. If the wiring is not wall recessed, remove the appropriate knock-out (from the sides, top or bottom of the MAX).
  • Page 173: Configuring A Max Reader Into The System

    Galaxy Programming Manual Configuring a MAX Reader Configuring a MAX Reader into the System MAX readers can only be configured into the Galaxy system from engineer mode. NOTE: When adding a MAX reader to a Galaxy panel ensure that there are no more than eight MAX readers connected to the RS485 (AB) line.
  • Page 174: Configuring As On-Line Max

    Galaxy Programming Manual Configuring On-Line MAX Configuring as On-Line MAX 1. Only if reprogramming an existing stand-alone MAX reader: • Put the MAX reader into the sleep mode (present the Void Master card then swipe twice with the Program Master card — LEDs 2 – 5 switch on. Refer to the MAX Installation and Operations Guide (L120).).
  • Page 175: Removing A Max Reader From The System

    Galaxy Programming Manual Removing MAX Readers Keypad Group Restriction: To restrict the operation of the function only to groups that are common to both the card and the MAX, press the key when assigning groups to the MAX. This means that when a card with access to groups 1, 2 and 3 activates the MAX card function on a MAX module assigned to groups 2, 3 and 4, the function only operates on the common groups (groups 2 and 3).
  • Page 176: Operating Instructions (On-Line Modes

    Galaxy Programming Manual Operating Instructions Operating Instructions (On-Line Modes) The MAX must be presented with a valid user card to allow access. Opening the door while LED 2 is on activates an alarm; the buzzer sounds and LED 1 flashes until the door is closed. Activating the egress switch allows the door to be opened without activating an alarm when no card has been presented to the MAX.
  • Page 177: Max Log

    Galaxy Programming Manual Viewing Max Events Max Log The Galaxy system has a 100 event log for the recording the MAX activations. This log is shared by all readers on the system and operates on a first-in-first-out basis for overwriting events when the log is filled.
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  • Page 179: Appendix B: Library

    Galaxy Programming Manual Library Appendix B: Library ABOVE DINING ACCESS CABINET DIRECTOR ACCOUNTANT CAFE DIRECTORS ACCOUNTANTS CALL DISPATCH ACCOUNTS CANTEEN ADMIN. DOOR ALARM CARGO DOUBLE ALERT CARPENTER DOWNSTAIRS ANIMAL CARPET DRAMA ANNEXE CASH DRAWER space ARCH CASHIER DRAWING Å AREA CEILING DRINKS Ä...
  • Page 180 Galaxy Programming Manual Library (cont’d) FOREIGN JUST NINETEEN FORTY KEEP NINETY FOUNTAIN KEYPAD NODE FOUR KITCHEN NOISE FREEZER NURSE FRENCH LADIES NURSERY FRIDGE LANDING NORTH FROM LAST FRONT LATIN OFFICE GAMES LAUNDRY OFFICER GARAGE LAVATORY OFFICERS GARDEN LAWN OFFICES GATE LEAST GENTS LECTURE...
  • Page 181 Galaxy Programming Manual Library (cont’d) PRINT SILENT TOILET PROCESSING SILVER TOOL PRODUCTION SITE PUBLIC SITTING TRACK PURCHASING TRACTOR PURPLE SIXTEEN TRADE QUALITY SIXTY TRAILER QUANTITY SLIDING TRAIN QUIET SMOKE TRAINING QUICK SOFTWARE TRANSPORT RANGE SOLITARY TRAP READING SOUND T.V. REAR SOUTH TWELVE RECEPTION...
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  • Page 183: Appendix C: Sia And Contact Id Event Codes

    Galaxy Programming Manual Event Codes Appendix C: SIA and Contact ID Event Codes SIA Event Galaxy Log Galaxy Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event A - AC Power AC Restoral AC FAIL- AC Fail zone restored ZONE 13.ELEC.ST CU-AC-...
  • Page 184 Galaxy Programming Manual Event Codes (cont’d) SIA Event Galaxy Log Galaxy Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event Burg Troub rest LOW RES- Restor zone resistance ZONE 15.TROUBL HIGH RES- Restor zone resistance ZONE 15.TROUBL RF SUPER- RF Supervision Failure ZONE 15.TROUBL...
  • Page 185 Galaxy Programming Manual Event Codes (cont’d) SIA Event Galaxy Log Galaxy Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event HIGH RES+ High resistance on zone ZONE 15.TROUBL RF SUPER+ RF Supervision Failure ZONE 15.TROUBL Burg Unbypass GRP OMIT- Group unomitted USER 8.OMIT...
  • Page 186 Galaxy Programming Manual Event Codes (cont’d) SIA Event Galaxy Log Galaxy Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event ATM-3 ATM-3 zone tested ZONE NOT SENT ATM-4 ATM-4 zone tested ZONE NOT SENT ALARM EXT Alarm extend zone test. ZONE NOT SENT SOAK TEST...
  • Page 187 Galaxy Programming Manual Event Codes (cont’d) SIA Event Galaxy Log Galaxy Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event F - Fire Fire Alarm FIRE+ Fire zone alarm ZONE 6.FIRE Fire Bypass OMITTED Fire zone ommitted ZONE 8.OMIT FORCEOMT+ Force omit after rearm...
  • Page 188 Galaxy Programming Manual Event Codes (cont’d) SIA Event Galaxy Log Galaxy Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event J - Wrong code, Time changed Code Tamper WRONG CD Wrong code alarm act. MOD. 9.TAMPER Invalid Code INVALID CD Invalid Code entered MOD.
  • Page 189 Galaxy Programming Manual Event Codes (cont’d) SIA Event Galaxy Log Galaxy Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event KSW UNSET Keyswitch unset ZONE 10.SETTING Disarm alarm SYS RESET All Burglar alarms reset USER 11.RESET PA RESET All PA alarms reset USER 1.PA/DURE...
  • Page 190 Galaxy Programming Manual Event Codes (cont’d) SIA Event Galaxy Log Galaxy Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event Prog, denied RMACCESS+ Zone denied rem. acc ZONE 14.MEN AC Relay open LINK+ Link zone opened ZONE 16.LOG LOG+ Log zone opened ZONE...
  • Page 191 Galaxy Programming Manual Event Codes (cont’d) SIA Event Galaxy Log Galaxy Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event Tamper Restor TAMPER- Tamper zone restored ZONE 9.TAMPER 18.ZN RESTO BELL TAMP- Bell Tamper zone rest. ZONE 9.TAMPER 18.ZN RESTO LID TAMP- Lid Tamper restored...
  • Page 192 Galaxy Programming Manual Event Codes (cont’d) SIA Event Galaxy Log Galaxy Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event Comms Fail internal to tel Tel module lost RS485 EVENT ALWAYS TR Panel Cold Start MEM RESET Power Up Panel MISC 13.ELEC ST None...
  • Page 193: Appendix D: Sia Event Structure

    Galaxy Programming Manual SIA Event Structure Appendix D: SIA Event Structure x i t i r / i i i i i i i i c t i x i t i r / r / x i i i i i i i i r / x x i t...
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  • Page 195: Appendix E: Event Log Messages

    Galaxy Programming Manual Event Log Appendix E: Event Log Messages t i n a t l . ) . t i n a t l . ) . t i n t i n t i n t i n a i l t i n a i l...
  • Page 196 Galaxy Programming Manual Event Log (cont’d) i t s . e l – i t c – i t c t i x i t c – t i x i t c i t c l i a . t n i t c –...
  • Page 197 Galaxy Programming Manual Event Log (cont’d) t n I i t c t n I i t c t n I t n I c t i i t c c t i v i t l l i t .
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  • Page 199 Galaxy Programming Manual Event Log (cont’d) y t i i t c – y t i i t c i t c . t n t i u – t i u – i t c . e l – i t c .
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  • Page 201: Index

    Galaxy Programming Manual Index Index Setting Features Setting Options System Operation Appendix A: Door Control Option 11 - Omit Zones MAX (MX01) Option 12 - Timed Set Appendix B: Library Option 13 - Part Set Appendix C: SIA and Option 14 - Forced Set Telecom Module Contact ID Event Codes C-1 Option 15 - Chime...
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