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  • Page 1 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Honeywell Security...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Contents Introduction ................7 System architecture....................8 PCB layout and connections ................10 Section 1: Installation procedure ..........11 Planning ......................11 Install the panel and a keypad ................11 Install the power supply ..................12 Connect the battery and mains power ..............
  • Page 4 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Diagnostic test (optional) ..................25 Full Test ......................26 Program codes ....................26 Instruct the end user................... 26 Section 3: Menu structure ............27 Menu access ...................... 27 Quick menu......................... 27 Full Menu ........................28 Menu navigation ....................28 Default codes .....................
  • Page 5 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Display options ....................41 Display Zones [21, Quick Menu 2] ................41 Display Log [22, Quick Menu 3]................... 41 System [23] ......................... 42 Print [24, Quick Menu 4] ....................43 Access Doors [25] ....................... 44 Test options ......................47 Walk Test [31, Quick Menu 5] ..................
  • Page 6 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix A: Library .............. 191 Appendix B: SIA and contact ID event codes ....... 195 Appendix C: SIA event structure .......... 205 Appendix D: Specifications ..........207 Mechanical........................ 207 Electrical ........................207 Peripherals’ current consumption ................208 Appendix E: Declaration of conformity .........
  • Page 7: Introduction

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual System architecture Introduction The Flex alarm system control panel, back-up battery and power supply unit are housed in an ABS plastic housing with swing down lid that is designed for wall mounting. The housing can accommodate the following optional modules:...
  • Page 8: System Architecture

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual System architecture System architecture Figure 2 shows the full range of peripheral devices that can be connected to the system via the RS485 data bus or to other specific connection points on the control panel PCB (see page 10).
  • Page 9 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual System architecture There are three models in the Galaxy Flex range. Flex can support the type and number of modules shown in Figure 2 above and the following table: Quantity Panel model Flex 20 Flex 50...
  • Page 10: Pcb Layout And Connections

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual PCB layout and connections PCB layout and connections Figure 3 shows the control panel PCB layout and detailed connection information. Figure 3 PCB layout and connections...
  • Page 11: Section 1: Installation Procedure

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Planning Section 1: Installation procedure Planning Site the panel near to a source of a.c. power. If GSM/GPRS is fitted, check that the panel location will provide acceptable radio reception. If you intend to use wireless detectors and an RF Portal is fitted to the panel, check that the panel location will provide acceptable radio reception.
  • Page 12: Install The Power Supply

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Install the power supply Install the power supply Safety instructions Fixed wiring and connection to the electricity supply of this product must be carried out and inspected in accordance with the territorial wiring regulations by a competent person. In the UK the IEE Wiring Regulations in accordance with BS7671 apply.
  • Page 13 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Install the power supply Connect the power supply using one of the following options: Plugged-in (option 1) Connect the a.c. power cord to the sealed PSU, and secure the cord to the panel with a cable tie.
  • Page 14: Connect The Battery And Mains Power

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Connect the battery and mains power Connect the battery and mains power The control panel can accommodate one 10 Ah battery. Ensure that the battery connector leads on the control panel are connected to the correct terminals on the battery.
  • Page 15: Install Peripheral Devices

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Install peripheral devices Using the keypad: Press any key. The following is displayed: Language 1=English Select your language, and then press . The following is displayed: Defaults 1=UK Select the default set to load, and then press .
  • Page 16: Wire Detectors To Zones

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Wire detectors to zones Connect an RS485 data cable between the panel and each device in a daisy-chain configuration, using the information in the tables below. Note: Do not use spur and star configurations. We strongly recommend you use a twisted-pair screened cable (Belden 8723 equivalent, Cat 5/5e).
  • Page 17: Zone Configuration

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Wire detectors to zones Zone configuration Note: The circuit debounce time (the period the zone must remain in a state to register a change in condition) is 300 ms. The default zone configuration is 1 k double-balanced with fault monitoring via a 3 k resistor (preset 11).
  • Page 18: Wire Keyswitches

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Wire detectors to zones Figure 4 Option 12 - Double balanced 1k fault/mask monitoring wiring When this wiring mode is used, ensure only one detector is set to report fault conditions, and limit the number of detectors or contacts of any type to a maximum of 2.
  • Page 19: Wire Terminator Buttons

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Connect outputs If the keyswitch is spring-loaded (returns to its normal position), the transition from 1 k to 2 k initiates the setting procedure of an unset system and instantly unsets a set system, the transition from 2 k to 1 k – the return to the normal position - has no effect. This is programmed as a Keyswitch in the Program Zones [52] option.
  • Page 20: Secure Tampers

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Secure tampers Secure tampers If an external siren/bell/warning device is fitted, connect the tamper return line from the device to the T terminal. If an external siren/bell/warning device is not fitted, connect the T terminal directly to the 0 V terminal.
  • Page 21 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Additional programming Reset Levels ( ) – defines which user type can reset specific faults 65 ent Confirm ( ) – controls how confirmed alarms are generated 55 ent Keypad Access ( ) – disable unset on entry...
  • Page 22: Users And Access Templates

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Additional programming Control via TouchCenter ( ) – set which outputs are controllable from the 6 ent 1 ent TouchCenter Output Polarity ( ) – switch polarity (the default is positive, switches from +12 V 3 ent...
  • Page 23: Additional Services

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Additional services Additional services Connection to a local computer via USB Follow this procedure if you wish to programme the system via a PC and a USB cable Ensure the PC is installed with Remote Servicing Suite Software Ensure the USB Comm port is set up according to the instructions with the software 10.
  • Page 25: Section 2: Commissioning And Handover

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual View zone information Section 2: Commissioning and handover View zone information Display zones ( ). View information about any selected zone. 21 ent Walk test Select Test All Zones ( ) to perform an audible test. Alternatively,...
  • Page 26: Full Test

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Full Test Full Test Use this menu option to select and test up to two zones under full set conditions, including remote signalling. All remaining zones, except for permanently active zones such as PA and Fire, are inactive during the test.
  • Page 27: Section 3: Menu Structure

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Menu access Section 3: Menu structure You can control and setup the Flex system via these two menu structures: Full menu – accessible only by authorized users including the master manager and the engineer. The full menu has a hierarchy of five levels that allow users with the right authority to perform increasingly advanced setup procedures.
  • Page 28: Full Menu

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Menu navigation Full Menu On entering the menu the following option is displayed on the keypad: 10=SETTING [ent] to Select If you scroll from this point you will access the menu items shown in the row, highlighted in grey, in the table below.
  • Page 29: Keypad Menu Timeout

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Keypad menu timeout Keypad menu timeout If you do not use the keypad for 5 minutes the system reverts to displaying the banner text. This does not apply if you are logged in as Engineer (type 7).
  • Page 30: Multi-User Access

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Multi-user access That it is communicating with all of the attached modules. If any modules are missing, the system prompts the engineer to press to remove them. If the engineer does not remove the missing modules, the escape procedure is aborted.
  • Page 31: Section 4: System Programming

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Set using a PIN Section 4: System programming Setting Options Set using a PIN To Full Set: Type your user code. Press If groups are enabled and your user code has been assigned group choice, the keypad...
  • Page 32: Cancel Setting

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Cancel setting To Part Set: Type your code. Press PART SET ■■■■■■■■ This is identical to the full setting procedure, except only the zones that have the Part attribute enabled are included (refer to the Program Zones [52] option).
  • Page 33: Set With Cards/Tags/Fobs

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Set with cards/tags/fobs push-set zone closing, the entry/exit horn and keypad buzzers become silent for four seconds, then emit two long tones to confirm that the system is set. Note: If the keyswitch has its Part attribute enabled (Refer to the Program Zones [52] option) then the keyswitch part sets the system.
  • Page 34: Cancel And Reset Alarms And Alerts

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Cancel and reset alarms and alerts Cancel and reset alarms and alerts Following an alarm in the set state, sounders and strobes are activated. When a fault occurs in the unset state, the keypad emits an intermittent beep and/or displays a visual alert.
  • Page 35: Override Faults And Tampers

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Override faults and tampers determined on site. The cause code values should be determined in conjunction with the Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC). Override faults and tampers Whenever a user logs in, the display shows any unrestored faults and tampers. If the condition cannot be cleared and restored, the user may be able to override the condition.
  • Page 36 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Setting features Press again to toggle the display to show the status of the groups individually. To move between each group, press simultaneously. 08:58 TUE 22 NOV A1U Group A1 group A1 is unset Press again to return the keypad to the banner display.
  • Page 37 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Setting features 2 Groups not set [<],[>] to view Entry time The system begins the unsetting routine whenever a final or entry zone activates. The entry/exit horns pulse slowly indicating that the entry time countdown has started. The user must go directly to the keypad, using the agreed entry route, and unset the system before the entry time expires.
  • Page 38: Menu Options 11-19

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Omit Zones [11, Quick Menu 0] Menu Options 11-19 Omit Zones [11, Quick Menu 0] Use this option to remove (omit) zones from the system temporarily. Once a zone has been omitted it does not generate an alarm condition (including tamper). Omitted zones are reinstated automatically when the system is unset or reinstated manually when the zone omit option is disabled.
  • Page 39: Part Set [13]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Part Set [13] Note: The factory default setting allows the timed setting routine to be initiated by entering a valid type 1 user code (or above) and then pressing . By default the key is assigned to the Timed Set function. The...
  • Page 40: Home Set [18]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Home Set [18] Home Set [18] The Home Set option either fully sets or part sets the system. The system is: fully set if the exit time is manually terminated via a Final or Push-Set zone operation.
  • Page 41: Display Options

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Display Zones [21, Quick Menu 2] Display options Display Zones [21, Quick Menu 2] When you select Display Zones the first zone in the system is displayed. Press display other zones, or enter a zone number directly.
  • Page 42: System [23]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual System [23] When you access the event log, the most recent event is displayed. Use to scroll through the events. Hold down either key to scroll quickly through the dates. The event log is wrapped round from beginning to end. The message START or END is briefly displayed when the wrap-around is passed through.
  • Page 43: Print [24, Quick Menu 4]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Print [24, Quick Menu 4] Group status U = Unset, S = Set, P = Part Set, and L = Locked-out for each of the groups displayed. Note: Enabling the Show Status option (refer to Keypad [58]) allows the group set...
  • Page 44: Access Doors [25]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Access Doors [25] The required option is selected by pressing the appropriate key 1-4. The printing begins immediately and can be aborted by pressing Access Doors [25] Use this option to display the event log information relating to access control events. The access event log can be filtered using the following options.
  • Page 45 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Access Doors [25] Date [25.4] Use this option to display the events on a specific date. Enter a date using the DD/MM/YY format. Access Log Access events are transmitted using Contact ID, SIA and Alarm Monitoring formats.
  • Page 46 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Access Doors [25] HH:MM_XXXXXXXXXX_USR_NNN_UUUUUU_MYY_–_ (39 character display) Key: HH:MM = time in hour:minutes (5 characters). The date will be printed only at the beginning of every day, starting at midnight. XXXXXXXXXX = access message (up to 10 characters) Valid, Invalid Card, Reject Card...
  • Page 47: Test Options

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Walk Test [31, Quick Menu 5] Test options Walk Test [31, Quick Menu 5] Walk Test menu 31 = Walk Test û 1 = View – not used 2 = Activate û 1 = Silent û...
  • Page 48: Outputs [32]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Outputs [32] Note: PA, PA Silent, PA Delay, PA Silent Delay and Fire are not included in the test when is used to include all zones. The response time of the zone circuits is reduced to 20 ms (40 ms for RF RIOs) for the duration of the walk test to detect loose connections or damaged wiring.
  • Page 49: Modify Options

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Time/Date [41, Quick Menu 6] Modify Options Time/Date [41, Quick Menu 6] The Time/Date option can be accessed and modified by type 6 codes, the engineer and the remote code. If any groups are locked, then the time and date cannot be modified.
  • Page 50: Codes [42, Quick Menu 7]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Codes [42, Quick Menu 7] Codes [42, Quick Menu 7] Codes menu 42 = Codes û 1 = User Codes (enter a user code) û 1 = Modify PIN (4, 5, 6 digit PIN) û 2 = Modify Level (0 to 6) û...
  • Page 51 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Codes [42, Quick Menu 7] Manager Code The manager is authorized to modify the manager PIN, which cannot be deleted, and assign MAX features to the code. Note: The manager PIN can be reset to the default code (1234) by the engineer and remote code using the Reset Mgr (Manager) parameter (refer to Reset MGR [51.21]).
  • Page 52 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Codes [42, Quick Menu 7] To assign or modify a PIN: Do one of the following: Assign a PIN: Type a new PIN number of the correct length. If you attempt to assign a PIN that already exists, the message DUPLICATE ENTRY is displayed and the PIN is not assigned to the user.
  • Page 53 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Codes [42, Quick Menu 7] Dual Focus (card held) If a card has a # assigned to the number, then any card-held function will only work in conjunction with the PIN from the same user, provided that the PIN has a # assigned also.
  • Page 54 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Codes [42, Quick Menu 7] Duress Code Entry of a Duress Code sends a signal to the monitoring station to indicate a user has been forced to operate the system under duress. Any user on the system can be designated as a Duress Code.
  • Page 55 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Codes [42, Quick Menu 7] Schedule [42.1.User code.4] Use this option to enable a user to access the menu options for setting and unsetting. The PIN code only operates during the OFF period of an assigned weekly schedule that is created in option 65.1.
  • Page 56 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Codes [42, Quick Menu 7] Card Number [42.1.User code.6] Card Number contains one of the following numbers: the serial number from an access control card. the 10 digit number etched onto the card/fob/tag. the decrypted code of cards/tags self learned into the system for use with the KeyProx.
  • Page 57 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Codes [42, Quick Menu 7] Press . The address of the first keypad on the system is displayed. to select the required keypad. Press to accept the selection. Note: The address of the keypad that is currently being used is indicated by a black square flashing over the first digit of the keypad address.
  • Page 58 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Codes [42, Quick Menu 7] to start the self-learn process. The message User Awaiting Fob is displayed. Press On the keyfob, press both SOS buttons (buttons 1 and 3) together. If successful, the message Fob learned is displayed for 3 seconds.
  • Page 59: Summer [43, Quick Menu 8]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Summer [43, Quick Menu 8] Batch End [42.2.5] Use this option to determine the user number at which enrolment ends. Batch DCM Rdr [42.2.6] Use this option to select the DCM reader for enrolment. Press to return to the default setting which is any reader.
  • Page 60: Timer Control [45]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Timer Control [45] Group Mode If group mode is enabled (refer to Group Mode [63.1]), 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 Codes [42]) can view the trace of the assigning groups.
  • Page 61: Group Omit [46]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Group Omit [46] Use the System Print Timers [57.11] option to print all of the programmed timers; Weekly Schedule, Timer Outputs, and Autoset. Holidays [45.2] Use this function to allocate up to 4 holiday calendars. Timers [45.3] If Timer Access [51.43] is enabled these sub-options are available:...
  • Page 62 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Group Omit [46] When you select the option the groups assigned to the user code and keypad are displayed as well as the omit status of each group (Y below the group indicates that it is omitted, N indicates that it is not omitted).
  • Page 63: Remote Access [47]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Remote Access [47] Remote Access [47] Use this option to control all site initiated remote connectors. Remote Access menu 47 = Remote Access û 1 = Service û 0 = Int Telecoms û 0 = Direct Access 1 = Call back-1 to 5 = Call back-5 û...
  • Page 64 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Remote Access [47] û 4 = Auto service (continued) û 5 = Control Upload û 1 = Eng Prog û 2 = User Prog 3 = Either û 6 = Remote Maint û 1 = Schedule 000 (0-365) days 2 = Advice û...
  • Page 65 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Remote Access [47] INT Telecoms Call Back 1 to 5 [47.1.0.1 to 5] ISDN Call Back 1 to 5 [47.1.1.1 to 5] Ethernet Call Back 1 to 5 [47.1.2.1 to 5] GSM Call Back 1 to 5 [47.1.3.1 to 5] Use this option to pre-program up to five numbers (refer to Remote Access [56.1.12]).
  • Page 66 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Remote Access [47] Auto Service Mode Confirm [47.4.1.3] In this mode, when you exit from engineering mode following a change to the panel programming, you are prompted to initiate a remote connection. This must be authorized by an appropriate user type before the call is made.
  • Page 67 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Remote Access [47] Conn. Retry Duration [47.4.4.2] Use this option to set the time the panel tries to make a remote servicing call. The range is 0 to 24 hours. The default setting is 6 hours, and 0 disables the feature.
  • Page 68 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Remote Access [47] 2=Code + Notice Enables the remote servicing notification timer and display of remote servicing notification. The remote service notification message is not displayed if the system is set. It only becomes active when the panel is unset.
  • Page 69: Engineer Access [48, Quick Menu 9]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Engineer Access [48, Quick Menu 9] Engineer Access [48, Quick Menu 9] This option enables a manager to authorize an engineer to access the system. Engineer System Access [48.1.1] By default the assigned engineer code is programmed as dual. This prevents the engineer from accessing engineering mode unless authorized to do so by a type 6 user, normally a manager with a valid code.
  • Page 70: Engineer 1 Options

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Parameters [51] Engineer 1 options Parameters [51] Use this option to modify the system functions. to select an option, or enter the two digit parameter number and press to increase, or to decrease, the values assigned to the parameter.
  • Page 71 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Parameters [51] Parameter list Parameter Groups SC01 Parameter Groups SC01 01 = Bell Time 35 = Fail To Set 02 = Bell Delay 41 = Weekend Work not available 03 = Abort Time 43 = Timer Access...
  • Page 72 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Parameters [51] Bell Time [51.01] Use this option to set the bell time on activation. The default is 15 minutes and the range is 0 to 30 minutes. Use 00 minutes to set the bell time to infinity.
  • Page 73 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Parameters [51] If a valid code is entered within the programmed abort time: If an abort output/channel is allocated to the alarmed group: – The Abort signal is sent. – The intruder condition is not restored.
  • Page 74 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Parameters [51] Note: If the system is programmed to Autoset and the Exit Time is programmed to 000, the Exit Time is set to 60 seconds for the Autoset. There is no requirement for a Push-Set zone to be activated.
  • Page 75 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Parameters [51] The panel only requests Engineer Level Reset if alarms have been signalled via the Communication Module and the appropriate level reset is set to 7. If no signal is transmitted, the reset is automatically reduced to type 6. This feature is only active when the DTMF signalling format is selected.
  • Page 76 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Parameters [51] Banner [51.12] Use this option to customise the top and bottom lines of the banner display. Press to select the TOP LINE or to select the BOTTOM LINE. The display is written using the alpha-numeric assembly method: erases characters.
  • Page 77 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Parameters [51] System Text [51.15] Use this option to assign two text strings to the system: press 1 to select the System ID or 2 to select the Panel Location. 1=System ID 16 character identification of the system. Use this when connecting to Remote Servicing software.
  • Page 78 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Parameters [51] Language [51.17.3] Use this option to select the keypad display language. Press to change the display immediately. Cold Start [51.17.4] Use this option to set all defaults back to factory settings. Stop Set [51.18] Use this parameter to prevent the system from set override if there is a communication or power fail condition at the time of starting the setting procedure.
  • Page 79 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Parameters [51] PA Reset [51.22] Use this option to select the user type that can reset the system following a PA activation. A remote code can also change this option. The default type is 3 and the range is 3 to 5 for the user.
  • Page 80 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Parameters [51] 1=PRINTER MODULE Switches the printer to online mode and requires a continuously connected printer. Events are printed as and when they occur. The events printed are controlled by Online Level [51.29]. Note: If Online Print is enabled, the event log and other options will not be printed at the user’s request.
  • Page 81 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Parameters [51] Either the engineer or remote user code can select the Secure Code parameter. On selecting this parameter the secure code equivalent to the current engineer code must be entered to confirm the selection. Only the remote user code (or a cold start - erasing all programming details) can cancel it.
  • Page 82 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Parameters [51] To select a preset, enter an option number from the tables below, which show the resistance windows for each type: Option 01 Option 03 Option 05 Option 07 Option 09 Option 11 Option 13...
  • Page 83 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Parameters [51] 1=No of Alarms The total number of zone activations signalled in any one set period. The selectable values are 0 to 10 where 0 is unlimited. 2=Unset Limit The number of activations logged from any one zone in any one unset period.
  • Page 84 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Parameters [51] Confirm Reduce Reset [51.55.3] Use this option to allow user reset following an unconfirmed alarm. 0=Off Full system reset is required for any intruder alarm. 1=On Unconfirmed The system can be reset by a user if the alarm is unconfirmed.
  • Page 85 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Parameters [51] RF Supervision [51.60.3] 1=Silent Alarm Stop supervision alarms from activating sounders when set. 2=Debounce Extends the normal 2 hour delay for supervision by a further 24 hours. RF Bat Delay [51.60.4] Use this option to give a warning at the panel if an RF low battery is detected. An additional option allows a delay to be programmed of up to 100 hours (default) before a signal of RF BAT LOW is sent to the ARC.
  • Page 86 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Parameters [51] Lockout [51.62.1] Use this option to set the number of invalid code attempts that can be made before keypad lockout occurs. Keypad lockout prevents any entry via all keypads associated with the groups assigned to the keypad where the invalid attempts were made. The lockout lasts for 5 minutes.
  • Page 87 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Parameters [51] Note: The communication module may take up to 40 seconds to alert the panel of a Line Fail condition. This time is in addition to the programmed time of 0 to 1800 seconds. This parameter affects all communication modules on the system.
  • Page 88 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Parameters [51] Backup Timer [51.75] Use this option to set the time that the backup link is active. The default is 90 seconds and the range is 0 to 300 seconds. MAX LEDs off [51.76] 0=Disabled LEDs are on regardless of group set state.
  • Page 89: Program Zones [52]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Zones [52] Program Zones [52] Program zones menu 52 = Program Zones û 1 = All Zones – Select a zone, and then press ent Select an attribute (see table below) If you select 1 = Function, scroll to a zone function or type its number directly, for example 19 to display 19 = Fire 2 = RF Zones –...
  • Page 90 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Zones [52] Attributes On entering programming mode for a zone as described above, use to scroll to an attribute, or enter an attribute number directly, and then press Press to save the programming and return to the attribute selection level.
  • Page 91 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Zones [52] Note: This attribute only works when the Chime [15] option is enabled. 4=Omit Enable the Omit attribute to allow these zone omit functions to be programmed, 11=OMIT ZONES, 46=GROUP OMIT). The Omit attribute defaults to 0 (disabled) for all zone functions.
  • Page 92 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Zones [52] 7=Custom SIA Use this option to change a zone’s SIA mnemonic. The default is the standard SIA mnemonic for each zone type. The customisable mnemonics are shown in the following table: Event text Description Alarm Closed Omit Unomit Troub ResTr.
  • Page 93 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Zones [52] 10=Group Note: The Groups attribute is only available if groups have been enabled on the system (refer to option Options [63]). The Group attribute allows the zone to be assigned to a single group on the system. All zones default to Group 1.
  • Page 94 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Zones [52] 11=RF options These sub-options are available: 1=Serial No. The serial number of the wireless detector associated with this zone is displayed if this already exists. Press to view the serial number in hexadecimal format. To learn a new detector, program the serial number manually or use Self-Learn mode.
  • Page 95 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Zones [52] Zone Function menu 01 = Final 14 = PA Silent 28 = Video 02 = Exit 15 = PA Delay 29 = Video Exit 03 = Intruder 16 = PA Delay Silent 32 = Set Log...
  • Page 96 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Zones [52] 03 Intruder The Intruder function is inactive when the system is unset. When the system is set, activation of an Intruder zone causes a full alarm activation that requires to be reset with a code authorized for System Reset (refer to System Reset [51.6] and Reduce Reset...
  • Page 97 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Zones [52] 09 Keyswitch Use the Keyswitch function to use a zone as an on/off switch for the system or assigned groups. Operating a Keyswitch zone when the system is unset starts the timed full setting routine and the exit time is applied.
  • Page 98 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Zones [52] When the system is unset operation is identical to the Security zone function. Pressing when programming a Secure Final zone doubles the entry time of the group. Opening a Secure Final zone during the exit time is reported on the keypad as an open zone and the entry/exit horns bleep rapidly to indicate that the zone is open.
  • Page 99 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Zones [52] 15 PA Delay The PA Delay function is identical to the PA function, with the exception that the PA output activation can be delayed for up to 60 seconds and is set with the PA Delay [51.13] option.
  • Page 100 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Zones [52] 23 Battery Low This function is used to monitor the voltage output of a standby battery connected to a power supply. The activation (+) and de-activation (–) of Battery Low zones is recorded in the event log.
  • Page 101 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Zones [52] 33 Custom A This function allows a zone to be assembled. The functionality of the zone (when it activates; the outputs activated; if it sets or unsets the systems; if it logs) are assigned using Assemble Zones [64].
  • Page 102: Program Outputs [53]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Outputs [53] Program Outputs [53] Use this option to modify the programming of the outputs on the system. You can also change the attributes of the outputs. The programmable options are: Attributes Description 1 = Output Function...
  • Page 103 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Outputs [53] Line Address Output Addresses 0 – 7 10 – 17 Table 7 Addresses of Valid Keypad Outputs Attributes to step through the attributes, or enter an attribute number (1 to 7). Once the required attribute is on display, press to gain access.
  • Page 104 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Outputs [53] 5=Descriptor Use this attribute to assign a descriptor of up to 12 characters to each output. 6=Lighting Use this attribute to allow users to control the state of certain panel outputs from the TouchCenter.
  • Page 105 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Outputs [53] Press the relevant number to toggle the status of the groups, and then press to accept the programming. The available group status conditions are: S = Set group must be set to allow output to activate.
  • Page 106 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Outputs [53] Output Functions This table shows all the outputs and the zone functions and conditions that result in their activation. Output Functions Bells Strobe Intruder Tamper Reset Switch Spare Ready Security AC Fail Batt Low...
  • Page 107 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Outputs [53] Output Functions Fire Horn Part Confirm Line Video Comm DLYD Timer-A Timer-B Horn Fail Fail Fire Re-arm Zone Function Final – – – – – – – Exit – – – – –...
  • Page 108 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Outputs [53] Output Functions Zone Custom Custom Reset Fail Duress Illegal Abort Unset Pre- Autoset Link Omit Code Late Early Warn 51-55 Zone Function Final – – – – – – – – – –...
  • Page 109 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Outputs [53] Output Functions RF Super Bell Fail Fault Bell Comms Listen–in Test Test Zone Function Final – – – – – – – Exit – – – – – – – Intruder – –...
  • Page 110 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Outputs [53] 01 Bells (Latch) This output is activated on a full alarm event when the system is set, and is subject to the Bell Time, Bell Delay and No. Re-arm parameters. 02 Strobe (Latch) This output is activated on a full alarm event during the set state, and is subject to the Bell Delay.
  • Page 111 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Outputs [53] 11 Spare (Latch) Use this function for outputs that are not being used on the system. 12 Ready (Reflex) The Ready output is active when all zones in the system (group) are closed, and activates in both the unset and set conditions.
  • Page 112 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Outputs [53] It provides a system status indication during unsetting and setting. The indicated states are as follows: General Alarm On 500 ms. Off 500 ms Clear to Exit Continuous Exit interrupted On 100 ms. Off 100 ms 75% Exit Time On 200 ms.
  • Page 113 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Outputs [53] 27 Fire Delay (Latch) This output is activated whenever a Fire zone is activated. Activation is delayed subject to the 03=Abort Time parameter. The Fire Delay output is not subject to the Re-arm parameter.
  • Page 114 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Outputs [53] 41 Duress (Latch) This function is activated by any code assigned as a Duress Code using Codes [42]. The output is not subject to the Re-arm parameter. It latches on and remains active until a valid code (type 2 or above) is entered.
  • Page 115 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Program Outputs [53] Note: When a zone function is the source of a Link output type, then a point-to-point link is available and is as effective as direct wiring. 66 RF Jam (Latch) This output is activated when an RF RIO detects an interference level sufficient to cause radio jamming.
  • Page 116: Links [54]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Links [54] Links [54] Links offer a powerful method of interconnecting zones, output functions, codes, keypads, and MAX modules. When you create a link between one of the source types and a valid destination type a links table is constructed. Activating the source of a link activates the destination and this can be used to switch outputs on and off and to omit zones, codes, and keypads from the system.
  • Page 117 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Links [54] Source Type * Modifier Example Notes Display a) Not Used – This link is not operational b) Zone Address *1014 When the zone is opened the link is active. When the zone is closed the link is inactive.
  • Page 118: Soak [55]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Soak [55] Soak [55] Use the Soak option to test selected zones for a period ranging from 1 to 14 days. Program the Soak Time [51.16] before starting a soak test. Zones that activate on soak test do not cause alarms but are recorded in the event log and are reported to type 2 (and above) users when the system is unset.
  • Page 119: Communications [56]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] Communications [56] Use this option to program the communication peripherals. There is a sub-menu for each communication peripheral. Notes: 1. If you are planning to transmit data using GPRS (refer to [56.4.10]), do not fit an Ethernet module.
  • Page 120 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] Int Telecoms [56.1] û 01 = Format û 1 = DTMF û 1 = Channels 1-16 û 1 = Output Function û 2 = Output Mode û 1 = Latch û 2 = Reflex 3 = Pulse û...
  • Page 121 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] Int Telecoms [56.1] (continued) û 02 = Telephone No. 1 – 22 digits maximum û 03 = Account No. - 6 digits maximum û 04 = Receiver û 1 = Single û 2 = Dual 3 = Alternate û...
  • Page 122 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] Int Telecoms [56.1] (continued) û 14 = Alarm Monitoring û 1 = Trigger (1-20) û 2 = Telephone No. 3 = Account No. û 16 = Forced V.21 (option not available) û 17 = SMS Paging û...
  • Page 123 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] DTMF [56.1.01.1] When DTMF (Dual Tone Multiple Frequency) format is selected, the operation of the Telecom module is similar to that of a hardwired 8 or 16 channel communicator. The Telecom module transmits as an eight channel communicator if channels 9 to 16 are programmed as Spare.
  • Page 124 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] Confirmed alarm conditions work across multiple groups. Confirmed outputs (and channels in DTMF format, option 56.1.01.1) activate after alarms across groups as long as both groups concerned have been assigned to that output or channel.
  • Page 125 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] DTMF Channel Output Groups [56.1.01.1.1.7] Note: The Groups attribute is only available if groups have been enabled on the system (refer to Options [63]). Use the Groups attribute to assign the channel to a group. A channel can be assigned to more than one group.
  • Page 126 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] On selecting the SIA format, you are prompted for the required SIA level. There are five SIA levels available: 0 (default) – Basic event information with 4 digit account number. 1 – as level 0 plus 6 digit accounts.
  • Page 127 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] 2=Groups Assign Groups to events so that the events have to occur in assigned groups before they are signalled. Press , the keypad displays 2=Group Settings and then press . The status of the groups assigned to the trigger is displayed. If the group has Y below it, then this event occurring in this group is signalled.
  • Page 128 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] Microtech [56.1.01.3] Microtech format is a protocol that transmits detailed point identification information to a computer that has the Alarm Monitoring software installed. The menu structure and programming of the options is identical to the SIA format (see above).
  • Page 129 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] Telephone No. 2 [56.1.05] A second telephone number is available to support Dual and Alternate dialling to a second destination receiver. The programming is identical to Telephone Number 1 [56.1.02]. Dial Type [56.1.06] Select a transmission mode: 1=Tone also known as DTMF dial, is much quicker at dialling than the pulse option.
  • Page 130 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] No. of Rings [56.1.09] This option determines the number of rings before the Telecom module answers an incoming call. The range is 1 to 20 and the default is 10. Line Fail [56.1.10] The Telecom module continually monitors the telephone line to which it is connected. Use this option to select the line monitoring conditions that result in a LINE FAIL event being reported and recorded in the log.
  • Page 131 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] numbers. After a successful communication the LED lights for three seconds, and the module releases the telephone line and reconnects any serially connected equipment. This procedure is repeated for the second telephone number if the Receiver option has been programmed as Dual.
  • Page 132 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] 3=Call Back Up to five telephone numbers can be programmed, with which Remote Servicing can instruct the panel to call back. Notes: If Manager Authorize is selected as the Remote Access Mode, the telecoms module can only make outgoing calls.
  • Page 133 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] No. TEL 3 [56.1.18] A third telephone number is available to support alternate dialling to a third destination receiver. The programming is identical to Telephone No. 1 [56.1.02]. The No. TEL 3 option can also be used as a primary destination receiver for audio events when option 56.7.1 is set to No.
  • Page 134 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] ISDN module [56.3] û 01 = Primary û 1 = Default Tel No û 2 = Default Acc No û 3 = Dial Type û 1 = Analogue û 2 = Digital û 3 = X.25 û...
  • Page 135 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] ISDN module [56.3] (continued) û 04 = ISDN Snatch û 1 = Hardware û 1 = Always Snatch û 2 = Never Snatch 3 = Snatch if Line Fail 2 = Software (1 = Disable, 2 = Enable) û...
  • Page 136 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] ISDN Primary Telephone No [56.3.01.1] See Telephone No [56.1.02]. ISDN Primary Default Account No [56.3.01.2] See Account No [56.1.03]. ISDN Dial Type [56.3.01.3] Use this option to select the type of ISDN transmission. Note: The available signalling formats are only compatible with certain dial types. If a dial type is selected that does not match the currently programmed format a warning is displayed momentarily to indicate the mismatch.
  • Page 137 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] ISDN Primary Format [56.3.01.4] The ISDN module provides seven signalling formats: 1=DTMF 2=SIA 3=Microtech 4=Contact ID 5=Robofon 6=X.25 Protocol 1 (SIA based format compatible with the OA BX X.25 receiver) 7=X.25 Protocol 2 (SIA based format compatible with the Alphatronics RC 4000 receiver) Note: The DTMF, SIA, Microtech and Contact ID formats are identical in structure and programming to the Telecom Module menu.
  • Page 138 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] Use this option to select the type to be used. 1=Point to Multipoint (default) Use this configuration when more than one ISDN system is connected to the ISDN bus. To ensure that the ISDN module responds to incoming calls from Remote Servicing only a specific MSN (Multiple Subscriber Number) should be entered.
  • Page 139 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] 3=Snatch if Fail A hardware snatch is attempted if the software snatch fails or the software snatch is disabled. 2=Software The ISDN module monitors every communication on the ISDN bus including those of other devices.
  • Page 140 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] If the communication attempt is unsuccessful, the communicator waits for a short period before redialling the number (or the second telephone number if the Receiver option has been programmed as Dual or Alternate). When the Fail To Communicate option is left at the...
  • Page 141 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] Ethernet/GPRS [56.4] û 01 = Module Config û 1 = IP Address û 2 = Site Name û 3 = Gateway IP 4 = Network Mask û 02 = Alarm Reporting û 1 = Format û...
  • Page 142 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] Ethernet/GPRS [56.4] (continued) û 04 = Autotest û 1 = Start Time 2 = Intervals û 05 = Engineer Test û 06 = Fail to Comm û 07 = Line Fail û 1 = Network (0 = Off, 1 = Available) 2 = Signal Path û...
  • Page 143 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] 3=Gateway IP Enter the IP address of the gateway router connected to the Ethernet local area network. This information is supplied by the IT administrator. 4=Network Mask The network mask identifies the class of network being used. This field masks off the parts of the gateway IP address that are common and not required for specific identification of the Ethernet module.
  • Page 144 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] 1=Trigger Events Once the SIA level has been selected, press The keypad displays the trigger, the trigger status and the groups assigned. Select the trigger to be modified using , and then press . The 1=Status option is displayed.
  • Page 145 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] Note: This number must be programmed, even if groups have been enabled and all groups have a programmed IP address. This is the IP address used for all system wide events. 2=Port No. Enter the port number of the primary destination receiver. The default value is 10002.
  • Page 146 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] 2=Groups Use this option to assign groups to each event trigger. To assign or unassign a group from a specific trigger press the number key corresponding to the group number. The display shows the new status.
  • Page 147 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] Remote Access Mode [56.4.03.2] Use this option to control access authorization and whether the remote session is initiated from the panel or a computer. 1=Direct Access Use this option to permit access at any time (in conjunction with Access period). Access is initiated from Remote Servicing.
  • Page 148 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] Fail to Comm [56.4.06] Use this option to program the number of unsuccessful communication attempts before the COMM FAIL message 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 149 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] SIA Control [56.4.08] When using the SIA control command protocol for integration purposes, enter the IP address of the computer sending the SIA control commands to ensure that only commands from a computer with the programmed IP address are recognised by the Ethernet module.
  • Page 150 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] max.) of message recipients. 2=Centre No. The phone number (22 digits max.) of the SMS centre. Each operator has a different number.. Always use the full telephone number including the country code for the centre number. Start the number with a in place of the zero.
  • Page 151 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] Listen-In [56.7.1] Use this option to allow onsite audio verification by an operator, after the panel sends an alarm signal to the ARC. 0=Disabled No audio on any number. 1=Tel No. 1/2/3 All telephone numbers are used to transmit all calls, including audio and non-audio events.
  • Page 152 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Communications [56] Pre-Listen Time The alarm delay listen time can be set from 0 to 10 seconds. Setting the time to 5 seconds (default) means that 5 seconds of pre-alarm and 5 seconds of post alarm audio is saved.
  • Page 153: System Print [57]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual System Print [57] System Print [57] Use this option to print system programming details. There are 2 options: System Print menu 57 = System Print 1 = Printer Module û 01 = System Data [23] û...
  • Page 154: Keypad [58]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Keypad [58] Keypad [58] You can assign individual attributes to each keypad to control how each responds. On selecting the Keypad option, details of the first keypad connected to the system are displayed. keypad address option 1...
  • Page 155 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Keypad [58] Buzzer Mimic [58.3] Use this option to program the keypad buzzer to mimic the function of the programmed keypad output (refer to Program Outputs [53]). The default function of the keypad output is entry/exit horn and the default Mimic defaults to On, therefore the keypad buzzer operates as an entry/exit horn at factory setting.
  • Page 156 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Keypad [58] Show Status [58.6] Enable this option to allow the set status of the groups to be displayed. To display group set status, press together. F = Fault R = Ready STATUS 12345678 Groups RRSRSPFP...
  • Page 157: Quick Menu [59]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Quick Menu [59] Quick Menu [59] The quick menu consists of up to ten menu options that are accessed by all type 3 user codes and above that do not have a assigned to their code type. You can reprogram the quick menu to include any menu options.
  • Page 158: Engineer 2

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Diagnostics [61] Engineer 2 Diagnostics [61] Use this option to run these diagnostic tests: the communication integrity between the panel and modules voltage measurements resistance measurements module version checks panel memory checks fuse checks This option is split into two sections: Latest: providing real time diagnostic information for the system.
  • Page 159 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Diagnostics [61] Audio Module Audio Module press # 100% CM08 V1.0 100% CM08 13.72V To access MUX module diagnostics, press when the audio interface diagnostics are displayed. You can then scroll between each MUX module. 7=ZONES the status of each zone can be viewed.
  • Page 160 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Diagnostics [61] Timeline [61.2.2] Use this option to show the time and date of the last check carried out for each of the areas listed: 1=Batt Size Battery size in Ah. 2=Batt RF The battery status of all RF devices. Shows LOW if not OK.
  • Page 161: Full Test [62]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Full Test [62] Full Test [62] Use this option to select and test two zones under full set conditions. Activating the selected zone results in a full alarm condition, including remote signalling. Constantly active zones (Security, PA, and Fire) remain active throughout the Full Test. An activation generates the appropriate local or full alarm depending on the zone.
  • Page 162: Options [63]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Options [63] Options [63] Use this function to divide the system into group subsystems. Options Menu 63 = Options 1 = Groups û 1 = Group Mode û 0 = Disabled 1 = Enabled û 2 = Setting Logic û...
  • Page 163 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Options [63] Note: If this option is selected when group mode is re-enabled all previous group programming is restored. However, while group mode is disabled, a zone not programmed to group A1 will not operate normally on the system. We strongly recommended that, whenever possible, groups are always reset to A1 when disabling groups.
  • Page 164 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Options [63] Group Name [63.1.3] Use this option to assign a name of up to 12 characters to each of the groups. Names are made up from the character set and/or library options. To name a group: Select the Group Name option.
  • Page 165 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Options [63] Group Name Display When viewing the groups assigned to an option, for example user code or outputs, you can press together to display the groups individually. The keypad displays the group number, name and the status of the particular option being displayed.
  • Page 166: Assemble Zone [64]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Assemble Zone [64] Assemble Zone [64] The Assemble Zone option allows 2 zone functions to be customised to the user’s requirements; these are the 1 Custom-A and 2 Custom-B zones. Once a custom zone function has been assembled, it is assigned to zones using Program Zones [52].
  • Page 167 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Assemble Zone [64] 4=Set/Unset the output is activated by the custom zone when the system is both set and unset. Select the output types to be assigned by pressing the keys or by entering the number of the required output type, and then assign the required status. When all of the output types have been selected, press to return the previous menu level.
  • Page 168 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Assemble Zone [64] Log [64.4] This attribute determines which custom zone activations are logged. On selecting Log the current selection is displayed. To change the selection press the # key, this toggles between the Log options: Disabled the custom zone activations are not logged.
  • Page 169 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Assemble Zone [64] . Full Set Disabled is displayed. 13. Press . Full Set Alarm is displayed. 14. Press . Status is displayed. 15. Press . Setting is displayed. 16. Press 17. Press to select this option. Begin Set Disabled is displayed.
  • Page 170: Timers [65]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Timers [65] Timers [65] Timers Menu 65 = Timers û 1 = Weekly Schedule (1-4) û 1 = Name (12 alpha-numeric) û 2 = Status û 3 = Events Use A or B to select timer, then press ent...
  • Page 171 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Timers [65] The Flex control panel provides programming of timer schedules on a weekly basis. Each event corresponds to an ON or an OFF time. The state of the schedule is ON or OFF depending on the last event that was reached.
  • Page 172 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Timers [65] If the timer has not been programmed the keypad displays the following information: first timer W01*** *** **:** To enter a new timer program for W01: Press to select the timer. Press to select the day (MON to SUN).
  • Page 173 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Timers [65] Use the keys to select the required day or days and press to accept the programming and return to the previous menu level: 1=MON; 2=TUE; 3=WED; 4=THU; 5=FRI Timer Outputs [65.2] Once the times have been programmed and the Status is set to 1=On, the Timer-A or Timer- B outputs types 29 and 30 are activated at the On times and deactivated at the Off times programmed in Weekly Schedule [65.1]..
  • Page 174 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Timers [65] emitted and Prewarn activates at the Autoset time. At the end of the pre-warning period, the system begins the timed setting procedure. Note: Pressing at any time during the pre-warning resets and restarts the pre-warning count down.
  • Page 175: Pre-Checks [66]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Pre-checks [66] Pre-checks [66] This 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...
  • Page 176: Remote Reset [67]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Remote Reset [67] Remote Reset [67] Use this option to perform an engineer reset authorized 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 177: Menu Access [68]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Menu Access [68] Menu Access [68] Use this option to assign access types to each of the menu options. You can allow code types 3 to 6 to have access to menu options for which they would normally have insufficient access rights.
  • Page 178: Access Control [69]

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Access Control [69] Access Control [69] The Access Control system is a complete security system. You can choose the type of access control to use: either the MAX or the door control module or both. Access Control menu 69 = Access Control û...
  • Page 179 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Access Control [69] 69 = Access Control (continued) 3 = DCM û 1 = DCM Parameters MAX DCM (select) û 1 = Descriptor ABCDE_ (9 characters) û 3 = System Group 5 = Reader (01 or 02) û...
  • Page 180 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Access Control [69] Access Mode [69.1] 0=Disabled or 1=Enabled (default) MAX [69.2] Use this option to program the MAX access control readers. The MAX can be fully integrated into the system, communicating on the AB lines. If the MAX is programmed as a standalone module, it is completely separate from the control panel, which does not monitor the module or share any of the facilities or options with it.
  • Page 181 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Access Control [69] MAX Parameters [69.2.2] Use this option to define the operational features of each MAX module. When you select this option the address of the first MAX on the system is displayed along with the descriptor currently assigned to it.
  • Page 182 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Access Control [69] Note: Each MAX card can be assigned a single menu function (refer to Codes [42]). Activating this function with a card that is assigned to all groups, on a MAX that is only assigned to a single group, results in the function operating on all of the card’s groups.
  • Page 183 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Access Control [69] A second group map is allocated to each MAX in order to facilitate this function. This permits the existing door control features to be completely detached from the fire escape features. The default setting for each MAX is all groups selected. Therefore, a system which is unchanged from the default will open all MAX doors in response to any fire zone activation.
  • Page 184 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Access Control [69] DCM [69.3] Use this option to program door control module (DCM) access control readers. A DCM can be fully integrated into the system, communicating on the AB lines, fully using the control panel facilities. Each DCM can control up to two readers. The exit reader can be replaced with a request to exit button.
  • Page 185 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Access Control [69] to move the alphabet left or right until the required character is positioned underneath the flashing cursor. When the required character is in position press to copy the character to the description in the top line. Repeat this procedure to assemble the required Descriptor.
  • Page 186 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Access Control [69] Note: Each DCM card can be assigned a single menu function (refer to Codes [42]). Activating this function with a card that is assigned to all groups, on a reader that is only assigned to a single group, results in the function operating on all of the card’s groups.
  • Page 187 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Access Control [69] DCM Security Dual mode [69.3.1.5.06.3] This defines if access at a door requires dual authority or not via the assigned keypad. The options are: 0=Disabled A card or a PIN is required to gain access.
  • Page 188 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Access Control [69] 3=Card Number This is where the card number is specified. Two options can be selected: 1=Start point If the card structure is unknown, a start number can be chosen that is a numeric value less than the maximum length of the card.
  • Page 189: Engineer 3

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Auto Detect [72] Engineer 3 Auto Detect [72] Use this option to let the system automatically recognise new and removed modules without leaving engineer mode. On entering the option the number of modules on the system is displayed.
  • Page 191: Appendix A: Library

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix A: Library Appendix A: Library BOOTH CUPBOARD BOTTOM CURRENCY space DAIRY ABOVE BOYS DARK-ROOM ACCESS BRANCH DATA ACCOUNTANT BROOM ACCOUNTANTS BROWN DEPARTURE ACCOUNTS BUILDING DEPUTY ADMIN. BUNKER DEPT. ALARM DESIGN space ALERT CABINET DESK Å...
  • Page 192 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix A: Library FACTORY HIGH MAGNETIC PANIC FAILURE HISTORY MAIN PANTRY HOME MAJOR PARCEL FARM HORSE MALE PARK PARTITION FEED HOUSE MANAGER PASSIVE FEMALE MANAGERS PATH FENCE MASTER PATIO FIELD INDUSTRIAL FIFTEEN INFANT MATHS PENTHOUSE FIFTY...
  • Page 193 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix A: Library REPAIR SILVER TALL RESEARCH SITE TAMPER UPPER REST SITTING UPSTAIRS RESTAURANT TEACHER USER REVOLVING SIXTEEN TECHNICAL UTILITY RIGHT SIXTY TECHNICIAN R.H.S. SLIDING TELLER VARIABLE ROLLER SMOKE VAULT ROOF SOFTWARE TENNIS VENTILATOR ROOM SOLITARY...
  • Page 195: Appendix B: Sia And Contact Id Event Codes

    Galaxy Flex Installer ManualAppendix B: SIA and contact ID event codes Appendix B: SIA and contact ID event codes SIA Event Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event A - Alarm Cause Alarm Cause ALM CAUSE...
  • Page 196 Appendix B: SIA and contact ID event codesGalaxy Flex Installer Manual SIA Event Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event Burglary Rest EXIT- Exit zone type restored ZONE 2.INTRUDE 18.ZN RESTO INTRUDER- Intruder zone restored ZONE 2.INTRUDE 18.ZN RESTO SECURITY-...
  • Page 197 Galaxy Flex Installer ManualAppendix B: SIA and contact ID event codes SIA Event Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event EXIT Exit zone tested ZONE NOT SENT INTRUDER Intruder zone tested ZONE NOT SENT 24 HOURS...
  • Page 198 Appendix B: SIA and contact ID event codesGalaxy Flex Installer Manual SIA Event Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event Closing Report FULL SET Full set USER 10.SETTING FULL SET Set by keypad EVENT 10.SETTING KSW SET Keyswitch set ZONE 10.SETTING...
  • Page 199 Galaxy Flex Installer ManualAppendix B: SIA and contact ID event codes SIA Event Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event H - Holdup Holdup Alarm PA SILENT+ PA Silent zone alarm ZONE 1.PA/DURE PA DEL/SL+ PA Delay Sil.zone alarm ZONE 1.PA/DURE...
  • Page 200 Appendix B: SIA and contact ID event codesGalaxy Flex Installer Manual SIA Event Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event ENG LINKS USER NONE ENG SOAK USER NONE ENG DIGI USER NONE ENG PRINT USER NONE ENG QUICK USER NONE...
  • Page 201 Galaxy Flex Installer ManualAppendix B: SIA and contact ID event codes SIA Event Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event Panic Trouble LOW RES+ Low resistance on zone ZONE 15.TROUBL HIGH RES+ High resistance on zone ZONE 15.TROUBL...
  • Page 202 Appendix B: SIA and contact ID event codesGalaxy Flex Installer Manual SIA Event Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event Trouble Rest LOW RES- Restor zone resistance ZONE 15.TROUBL HIGH RES- Restor zone resistance ZONE 15.TROUBL Alarm Restore Note 1 zone restored...
  • Page 203 Galaxy Flex Installer ManualAppendix B: SIA and contact ID event codes SIA Event Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event W - Water(Custom SIA - see note 2) Alarm Note 1 zone in alarm ZONE 5.CUS ZON...
  • Page 204 Appendix B: SIA and contact ID event codesGalaxy Flex Installer Manual SIA Event Log Event Ev Type Trigger Contact Description Event Description ID Event 00 - Non-reported Events SUSP. SET USER NONE BEGIN SET USER NONE INST SET USER NONE ENT UNSET UNSET NONE...
  • Page 205: Appendix C: Sia Event Structure

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix C: SIA event structure Appendix C: SIA event structure Event ACC. DATA Block Format Ascii Block Format Explanation Type Level Block (N block code) (A block code) Zone #xxxxxx Ntixx:xx/rixx/EVzzzz Aeeeeeeeeesiiiiiiii Detector alarmed, dddddddddddddddd keyswitch etc...
  • Page 207: Appendix D: Specifications

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix D: Specifications Appendix D: Specifications Mechanical Panel enclosure width: 337 mm height: 333 mm depth: 93 mm weight: 1.8 kg, excluding battery and in-box peripherals Maximum battery size 151 x 65 x 115 mm Battery capacities...
  • Page 208: Peripherals' Current Consumption

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix D: Specifications Peripherals’ current consumption Device Nominal Current Alarm Current (mA) (mA) Galaxy RIO (C072) RF Portal (C079) Power RIO (P026) Audio Interface Module (C084) Speaker-mic Unit (TP2-800GY) Keypad (CP050-xx) Keyprox (CP051-xx) TouchCenter (CP041-xx) Reader (MX04)
  • Page 209: Appendix E: Declaration Of Conformity

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix E: Declaration of conformity Appendix E: Declaration of conformity Compliance and Approvals This product has been independently tested and certified by BRE Global Ltd to the following directive and standard. R&TTE 99/5/EC EN50131-3: 2009 security grade 2, environmental class II The Flex control panel is compatible with the relevant parts of the following standards: EN50131-1:2006+A1:2009 Alarm systems –...
  • Page 210 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix E: Declaration of conformity EN50131 Compliance This product is suitable for use in systems designed to comply with EN50131-3:2009: Security Grade: 2 Environmental Class: II Power Supply Type: A Alarm Transmission System: ATS2=D2, M2, T2, S0, I0...
  • Page 211: Appendix F: Parts List

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix F: Parts list Appendix F: Parts list Part UK Part No Comments Accessories Doorguard C075 Door isolation unit Doorguard common key C075C All use same key Engineer keypad cable A136 PSUs Power Unit P025 2.75 monitored power supply...
  • Page 212 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix F: Parts list Part UK Part No Comments MAX4 Mounting plate MX03-MP Door control module C080 2-door, 2-reader door controller module Door control module with PSU C081 C080 plus P026 in one box Proximity Cards...
  • Page 213: Appendix G: Peripherals

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Appendix G: Peripherals MK8 Keypad Note: References in the text to the Mk8 Keypad also includes the KeyProx. The Flex system is backwards compatible with Mk7 Keypad/KeyProx devices. Features A 2 x 16 alphanumeric character back lit display...
  • Page 214 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Wiring Connect the keypad to the RS485 data bus. Refer to the wiring instructions supplied with the keypad. Configuration Once wiring is complete and the Auto Detect procedure has been followed, or following an Engineer Exit, the keypad displays 1 MOD ADDED –...
  • Page 215 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Hash key ( Used for the following: as a toggle key to enable or disable programming options. For example, enabling the OMIT attribute of a zone. to give additional information on a programming options. For...
  • Page 216: Rf Portal

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals RF Portal The RF Portal is a wireless interface for the Honeywell V2 Domonial and Alpha transmitter range. It allows the control panel to receive signals from wireless detectors and radio keyfobs. All Domonial sensors and 2-way keyfobs with panic buttons are supported by this device, using the SECOM Alpha and V2 protocols.
  • Page 217 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Mounting and setting guidelines Set sensors to Alpha mode if possible. Use only the C079-2 or A073-00-01 RF Portal with the Flex. Do not locate externally mounted RF Portals within 30 cm of a mains cable, control panel, power RIO or any other metal object, consumer unit, broadband router or television set.
  • Page 218 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Plug one end of the connecting cable (B) into the portal, and then plug the other end into the control PCB. Configuration When you have wired a portal, restart the system or exit engineer mode. The system automatically recognises the new module.
  • Page 219: Rio Wired Zone/Output Expander

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals RIO wired zone/output expander A RIO wired zone/output expander provides 8 programmable zones and 4 outputs. Note: A Power RIO can be fitted in place of a RIO. The RIO requires 12 V d.c. (range 10.5 V to 16.0 V) and 40 mA. This can be supplied from the control panel power supply or from a remote power supply if the distance causes a large voltage drop on the cable.
  • Page 220 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals RIO outputs The RIO has four transistorised outputs (Table 11). Each output is connected to +12 V via a 3.3 k pull-up resistor. When an output is activated, the load is switched to the negative supply voltage (ground or 0 V).
  • Page 221: Gsm/Gprs Module

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals GSM/GPRS module A GSM/GPRS interface module can be connected to the control panel to allow an alternative communication path to the PSTN telephone line. Installation Instructions CAUTION: Install the control panel with the GSM/GPRS module at least 1.5 m from any wireless peripheral device to avoid interference generated by the GSM.
  • Page 222 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Signal Strength Ensure that the signal strength for the chosen network is at least 30% . Programming Program the module using the GPRS [56.4] and GSM [56.5] menu options. Remote Servicing connections If the GSM module is to be used for Remote servicing please note that a suitable GSM modem must be used on the PC running the RSS or UMS software.
  • Page 223: Ethernet Module

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Ethernet module The Ethernet module is an optional add-on to the control panel. It is compact and combines alarm signalling, remote servicing and integrated facilities over Ethernet LAN and/or WAN. The module connects to 10 Base-T Ethernet networks supporting UDP/IP and TCP/IP...
  • Page 224: Touchcenter Keypad/Keyprox

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals TouchCenter Keypad/KeyProx The TouchCenter connects to the control panel RS485 data bus. It combines a clear graphical display with simple touch-screen control, providing an easy user interface. It can also include an optional proximity reader in the enclosure.
  • Page 225 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Fit a retaining screw to the tamper bracket (B) and then cut away the plastic webbing (D). Connect the wires to the TouchCenter terminals as shown in the table: Panel TouchCenter − +12 V Mount the TouchCenter to the mounting plate, and push down until it snaps into position.
  • Page 226 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Setup menu The TouchCenter has a number of configuration settings that are set up directly within the keypad. To access these settings, the TouchCenter must be in communication with the panel and the panel must be in Engineer mode. Proceed as follows: From the home screen, press the SECURITY button, and then enter the Authorization code.
  • Page 227 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Specifications Mechanical Width: 182 mm Height: 128 mm Depth: 34 mm Boxed weight: 723 g (approx) Humidity: 0 to 85%RH Temperature: −10 to +50°C Electrical Voltage: 12 V d.c. (nominal) Keypad KeyProx Current: 203 mA (maximum)
  • Page 228: Max 4 Reader

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals reader The MAX is a proximity reader access control device for a single door, which can also be used for setting and unsetting your alarm control panel. The MAX can be configured in one...
  • Page 229 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Wiring the MAX The MAX unit can be connected to the control Suppressor panel in online or standalone configuration. The +12V Relay Module diagram opposite provides details for both A060 configurations. Relay Out...
  • Page 230 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Configuration Note: MAX readers can only be configured into the system from engineer mode. Access engineer mode. Check that Access Mode [69.1] is enabled. Configure the reader as On-Line or Standalone using MAX Address [69.2.1]: 0=On- Line, 1=Standalone (default).
  • Page 231 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Close the door. LED 2 switches off and LED 3 switches on. The door must be closed within the programmed Close Timeout. If the door remains open longer than this, an alarm is activated.
  • Page 232: Power Supply Unit And Power Rio

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Power Supply Unit and Power RIO The Power Supply Unit is available in 2 variants: The Power RIO comprising power block and control unit with onboard RIO. The Power Unit comprising power block and control unit only.
  • Page 233 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Battery The minimum capacity battery to supply the PSU is 1 x 7 Ah. The maximum capacity battery is 2 x 17 Ah. Battery test A battery test on full load is automatically performed once an hour and during the Engineer Mode exiting procedure.
  • Page 234 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Installation instructions The installation and wiring must be performed by a competent engineer. Connect the PSU to the a.c. mains supply (230/240 Va.c. 50 Hz) via a 3 A fused connection outlet. To install the panel: Route the mains cable through the hole on the right-hand side of the enclosure base and secure the panel base to the wall using three 40 mm No.
  • Page 235 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Specifications Based on 34 Ah battery and UK grade 3 compliance. Input voltage 230 V a.c. (+10%/-15%) @ 50 Hz Output voltage (nominal) 13.8 V and 14.5 V Output current (max) 3.0 A...
  • Page 236: Isdn Module

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals ISDN module The ISDN module is an optional add-on. It connects directly to the RS485 communication bus, allowing signalling and remote servicing over an ISDN network. The ISDN module is housed inside the panel enclosure. The ISDN module supports the following features: Full existing telecom module functionality Analogue/digital/X.25 communication...
  • Page 237: Audio Interface Module

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Audio interface module Using the optional audio interface module you can link two audio channels to provide audio verification following an alarm activation. This verification in the form of recorded or live audio captured from the area of the alarm activation is transmitted to the Alarm Receiving Centre, along with the alarm signal.
  • Page 238 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Connecting the Audio Interface Module to the PSTN Connect the module to the panel PCB as shown below: Incoming Control Panel PCB PSTN Line Audio Interface PCB 30 metres max. from panel to...
  • Page 239 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals IS215TCE-MIC/DT7450-MIC connection Detector connections Audio Interface IS215TCE-MIC/DT7450-MIC − 12 V...
  • Page 240: Door Control Module

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Door control module Door control modules (DCMs) can be added onto the RS485 bus line to add fully integrated access control. Each DCM allows up to two Wiegand readers to be connected to control two separate doors;...
  • Page 241 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Inputs The DCM includes the following sensing inputs: Door Contact (DC) This input is a normal alarm zone input that has the same functionality as a normal security zone type. It uses normal 1 k/2 k double balanced zone wiring.
  • Page 242 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Wiring the reader to the DCM The wires from the Reader are connected to the Wiegand Reader Inputs (see Figure 17). Refer to separate Reader instructions for method of wiring the Reader to the DCM.
  • Page 243 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Connecting a Wiegand device A standard Wiegand card reader or keypad can be connected to the DCM. The keypad can operate in 4-bit and 8-bit burst mode. Addressing with DIP switches Using the DIP switches set the DCM address to a unique value before it is connected to a power supply.
  • Page 244 Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Appendix G: Peripherals Specifications Physical Weight (RIO): 270 g approx. Dimensions (RIO box mm): 150 wide x 162 high x 39 deep For additional weight and dimensions when housed within a Power RIO enclosure, please see the Power RIO documentation.
  • Page 245: Index

    Galaxy Flex Installer Manual Index Index addresses GPRS setup, 153 RS485 wiring display RF, 162 recommendations, MAX reader, 46 addressing learn wireless detectors, RF RIO, 86 zone, 18 line monitoring, 134 specifications, 10 ISDN line, 143 electrical, 209 mechanical, 209...
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