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  • Page 1 DAY POWER Reset 8EP417A - Accenta LCD keypad 8EP416 - Accenta LED keypad 8SP419A - Accenta metal panel enclosure with remote LCD keypad and communicator outputs 8SP420A - Accenta metal panel enclosure with remote LED keypad and communicator outputs Honeywell Security...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Contents Introduction......................1 Features ........................1 Installation Design ....................2 Fixing the Control Panel ..................3 PCB .......................... 4 Wiring the System ....................4 Tamper Network ..................... 4 Connecting Remote Keypads................5 Fitting the Remote Keypad ................... 6 Security Zones .......................
  • Page 4 Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Table of Contents Menu Options ....................... 18 0 = Walk Test ........................18 1 = Alarm Test ........................19 2 = Test Outputs ......................... 20 3 = Set Up System Flags ....................21 4 = Set Up Time and Date ....................24 6 = Set Up Zone Names .....................
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Features Introduction This manual provides information on Installation design, panel fixing, wiring, power up and programming of the intruder panels. Features 8 zones programmable for Security, 2 zones for Fire. PA input. Tamper input. Outputs for External Siren (Bell) and Strobe. 4 Access level Codes, User 1, User 2, Engineer and Duress, all programmable.
  • Page 6: Installation Design

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Installation Installation Design The purchase of this alarm system represents a major step forward in the protection of the property and its occupants. It is important to plan the installation before proceeding following the procedures and advice contained in this manual.
  • Page 7: Fixing The Control Panel

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Control Panel Fixing the Control Panel CAUTION: When positioning the control panel make sure that it is located in a dry place away from damp areas. NOTE: The Accenta mini enclosure is illustrated here, however the procedures for the other panels is similar.
  • Page 8: Pcb

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual There are four fuses mounted on the circuit board, all are 20mm anti-surge. 1.6A - to protect the positive (+Ve) line of 12V battery 1A - to protect the Speaker 13V supply 1A - to protect the Siren (Bell) & Strobe supply 1A - to protect the RKP 13V supply As supplied, wire links are fitted across the PA and Tamper terminals to represent a closed circuit.
  • Page 9: Connecting Remote Keypads

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Connecting Keypads eypad eypad Board Board Panel COMMS COMMS SOUND SOUND Board TAMP TAMP SOUND R P FUSE COMMS Maximum of up to three +13V remote keypads allowed TAMP Figure 5. Connecting LED keypads to panel +13V 0V sound tamp tamp +13V 0V sound tamp tamp...
  • Page 10: Fitting The Remote Keypad

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Remote Keypad Fitting the Remote Keypad Separate the RKP baseplate from the main assembly by slackening the retaining screw. Cut away the required thin wall sections around the edges of the baseplate for cable entry. The baseplate mounting holes are 60 mm centres (LED keypad) or 75 mm (LCD keypad) which allow it to be fixed to a single gang electrical metal box.
  • Page 11: Fire Zone

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Zones Fire Zone Zones 7 and 8 may be programmed as fire zones. This will automatically exclude the availability of the zone from programs and normal security applications. Panel Board TAMP +13V 0V ire detector Note: ire detector with relay base for output to intruder system.
  • Page 12: Pa Circuit

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual PA Circuit PA Circuit It is recommended that no more than 10 normally closed type personal attack button may be wired in series and then connected to the PA circuit. Operational in Unset and Set, the PA circuit will cause a full alarm condition when activated. PA is indicated on the control panel or RKP.
  • Page 13: External Siren (Bell Box) Output

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Bell Box External Siren (Bell Box) Output The external siren (bell box) is usually installed in a high position from where the siren could be seen and heard. Terminal TADB are for connection to the external siren. These terminals provide a power/hold-off supply, sounder trigger and tamper circuit to protect the external siren housing.
  • Page 14: Supply Output

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Bell Box (cont’d) Panel Board TROBE BELL HOLD HOLD BATTERY TRIG BATTERY TRIG Board Board Reson8 Reson8 Figure 12. Twin External Bell-box Wiring 13V Supply Output The 13V output is to power detectors which require a voltage supply (PIR detectors etc). The supply is present at all times and may be used to supply a total load of 350mA.
  • Page 15: Remote Signalling Input And Outputs

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Remote Signalling Remote Signalling Input and Outputs NOTE: These outputs are not applicable to the Optima compact panel. These terminals have been provided for connection to remote signalling equipment such as a digital communi- cator, or speech dialler. 13V 0V: These terminals provide a 13V supply for the communicator up to a total load of 200mA.
  • Page 16: Filtering Of Intruder Alarms

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Remote Signalling (cont’d) Important Notes Each output has been configured as active low. Where the communicator is powered from an external source, not the panel and the outputs are being used without relays, the panel and external power supply will require a common negative supply rail. If the communicator is not fitted inside the panel and abort is being used, care should be taken to ensure that the abort connection cannot be damaged or severed as this could cause the ARC to incorrectly filter an alarm signal.
  • Page 17: Factory Set Condition

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Factory Conditions Factory Set Condition Omit prevent zones All programmed User code1 0123 Flag 1 User code2 Not programmed Silent PA Duress Code Not programmed RKP PA Enable Engineer Code 9999 Engineer Reset External siren Bell Duration 15 minutes User reset PA External siren Bell Delay...
  • Page 18: Mains Connection

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Mains Connection Mains Connection The mains power should be connected using 3-core cable of not less than 1 mm sq. from a fused spur to the mains connector inside the control panel. The 2 A fused spur must be located close to the control panel. NOTE: The mains supply must be connected by a technically competent person and according to current IEE regulations.
  • Page 19: First Power Up

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual First Power Up First Power Up NOTE: For Optima compact, fit the top cover on to the base and connect the speaker wires. Check that the factory fitted links are connected to terminals PA, TAMP and T-A. Fit the battery wires to the battery terminals (BATT).
  • Page 20: Engineer Program Mode

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Engineer Program Mode Engineer Program Mode The panel may be programmed to suit a wide variety of installations. Once the Engineer program mode has been accessed, each configuration may be changed in any order. Before entering Engineer program mode the system should be in the Day mode, with the Day and Power indicators lit.
  • Page 21: Entering/Exiting Engineer Program Mode

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Defaulting Entering/Exiting Engineer Program Mode NOTE: The factory configured engineer’s access code is 9999. If however this code is changed then enter the appropriate code. Press PROG LCD Indications LED Indications Attack/PA Enter Your Code Enter Your Code Enter Your Code Enter Your Code Enter Your Code...
  • Page 22: Menu Options

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Menu Options Menu Options The full menu structure for the panel can only be accessed while in Engineer program mode. The structure is shown in the following table: MENU OPTIONS 0 = Walk Test 7 = Timers 1 = Alarm Test 8 = Codes 2 = Test Outputs...
  • Page 23: Alarm Test

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Alarm Test 1 = Alarm Test This function tests the alarm function of the Bell, Strobe or Sounder. Pressing the appropriate button [1-3] toggles the function ON or OFF. Using the [up arrow] also selects the appropriate alarm function. Pressing the [0] button turns all alarm outputs to OFF.
  • Page 24: Test Outputs

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Test Outputs 2 = Test Outputs NOTE: These tests are not applicable to Optima compact panels. This function tests all the outputs on the system. The outputs are:1 = Fire, 2 = PA, 3 = Intruder, 4 = Set, 5 = Abort. Pressing the [0] button turns all outputs to OFF.
  • Page 25: Set Up System Flags

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Test Outputs 3 = Set Up System Flags The System Flags are divided into Flags 1, 2 or 3. [up arrow] LCD Keypad: Set Up Set Up Set Up • Press [up arrow] to display menu Set Up System Flags. Set Up Set Up System Flags...
  • Page 26 Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual System Flags Flag 1 - Options There are eight options under Flag1 which are described below: 1 = Silent PA When this flag is set to ON, operating PA will cause a silent PA alarm. Pressing the [1] button toggles the flag ON or OFF.
  • Page 27 Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual System Flags (cont’d) Flag 2 NOTE: Pressing the [9] button sets all flags ON. Pressing the [0] button sets all flags OFF. Pressing the [RESET] button leaves the function. LCD Keypad: Single Key Set Single Key Set Single Key Set Single Key Set Single Key Set...
  • Page 28: Set Up Time And Date

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Time & Date 4 = Set Up Time and Date LCD Keypad: This option allows the Time or Date to be modified. Pushing button [4] selects the option and the first screen appears as typically below: The Time can be modified in hours, minutes and seconds in the format HH:MM:SS.
  • Page 29: Set Up Timers

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Timers 7 = Set Up Timers This option allows the Bell Time, Bell Delay and Rearm Count to be changed. NOTE: The [OMIT] key takes you back to the first digit. 71 = Set Up Bell Time This is the duration that the external bell output is active.
  • Page 30 Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Timers (cont’d) 72 = Set Up Bell Delay This delays the activation of the Bell for the required time. The range is 00-99 minutes. The default is 00 minutes. NOTE: The Bell Delay delays the bell for one rearm period only. After rearm all alarms are immediate. [up arrow] LCD keypad: To change the Bell Delay time from 00 to 12 minutes:...
  • Page 31 Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Timers (cont’d) 73 = Set Up Rearm Count After an alarm the panel will automatically rearm itself when the external siren (Bell) timer has expired. Any zones which still remain open at that time will be automatically omitted . The default is 3 rearms. = no rearms 1-8 = number of rearms [up arrow]...
  • Page 32: Set Up Codes

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Codes (cont’d) 8 = Set Up Codes There are four codes used in the system, all are 4 digit and can be set to any number from 0000 to 9999. The access codes ensure that only authorised users can operate the system. User 1 and 2 codes The user 1 and user 2 codes have the same operation for testing, Setting and Unsetting, but user 1 code which is usually considered to be the Manager’s code has the authority to add, change or delete the user 2 code and...
  • Page 33 Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Codes (cont’d) [1] or [SET] [4-digit code] NOTE: To delete the 4-digit code from User 2 or Duress, enter into Edit Code and press [OMIT].
  • Page 34: C = View Event Log

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Event Log C = View Event Log 1 = LCD Keypad: The event log gives a display of all the events that have taken place. The events are arranged by date and time. Up to 250 events can be stored in the memory. When the log reaches 250 events and another event takes place, the first event drops out.
  • Page 35: O = Omit Allow And Double Knock

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Event Log (cont’d) 2 = LED Keypad: The LED keypad is limited to show the last eight set periods with the eighth being the oldest. Zone, PA and Tamper indicators will be lit to show zone in alarm . Flashing LED indicates the first zone in alarm. Day indi- cates the status of the panel at the time of the alarm.
  • Page 36 Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Omit Allow & Double Knock LED Keypad: Press [CHIME] to toggle double knock status on or off. Press [9] to turn all double knock zones on. Press [0] to turn all double knock zones off. • Press [OMIT] to enter into menu. LED’s 1 and 2 are on. [OMIT] •...
  • Page 37 Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Omit Allow & Double Knock LED Keypad: Press [CHIME] to toggle omit allow status on or off. Press [9] to turn all omit allow zones on. Press [0] to turn all omit allow zones off. [OMIT] • Press [OMIT] to enter into menu.
  • Page 38: P = Set Up Programs

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Programs P = Set Up Programs The panel uses three setting routines known as programs. Each program may have a different Exit Mode. These are 0 = Disabled, 1 = Timed, 2 = Final Door or 3 = Silent Timed. Zones can also be assigned different functions in different programs.
  • Page 39 Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Programs (cont’d) LCD Keypad: NOTE: Pressing the number toggles the zone ON or OFF While in Engineer program mode, to set up zones as used, [PROG] • Press [PROG] to give a choice of programs or press [up arrow] until P>Set Up Programs is displayed then press P>Select P>Select...
  • Page 40 Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Programs (cont’d) 2 = Timed Zones A zone programmed as Timed would be used to protect the main entry/exit door of the entry route. LCD Keypad: NOTE: Pressing the number toggles the zone ON or OFF While in Engineer program mode, to set up zones as timed, [PROG] •...
  • Page 41 Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Programs (cont’d) 3 = Inhibit Zones This is a zone which, on setting the panel, allows access to the entry/exit zone. However, if the panel is set and a time inhibited zone is triggered before an entry/exit timed zone then an alarm will be generated immediately. LCD Keypad: NOTE: Pressing the number toggles the zone ON or OFF...
  • Page 42 Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Programs (cont’d) Immediate (Intruder) Zone This is a zone which will, when enabled as used and then activated, go into alarm when the panel is set. To assign a zone as immediate, remove the timed or timed inhibit function and make sure that it is enabled in the Used Zones section.
  • Page 43 Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Programs (cont’d) 5 = Exit Time This is the time allowed to leave the premises via the exit route before the system sets. The programmable range is 00-99 seconds. The actual time is multiplied by 10. If the Exit Time is interrupted within the last 10 seconds, then the Exit Time will restart at 10 seconds after the interruption has cleared.
  • Page 44 Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Programs (cont’d) 6 = Exit Mode This program determines the way the panel functions during the exit time. There are four settings: 0 = Disabled A disabled program is not available for use and cannot be selected at setting time. Program 1 cannot be disabled.
  • Page 45 Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Programs (cont’d) LED Keypad: While in Engineer program mode, to set the Exit Mode , • Press [PROG] to give a choice of programs.LED’s 1, [PROG] 2 and 3 are flashing. • Select program 1, 2 or 3. If program 2 is selected, LED 2 is ON.
  • Page 46: Operating The System

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Operating System Operating the System This section gives a brief description of how to set and unset the system as well as how to reset after an alarm. For further information please refer to the Gen 4 Series User Guide. Setting the System T u e s d a y T u e s d a y...
  • Page 47: Resetting After An Alarm, Tamper Or Pa

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Operating System (cont’d) Unsetting the System Sunday 01-Jan Sunday 01-Jan Sunday 01-Jan Sunday 01-Jan Sunday 01-Jan LCD Keypad: 10:30 10:30 10:30 10:30 10:30 • Enter the premises by the agreed entry route. Thesystem [4-digit code] produces an entry tone. The Power LED is ON and the Day LED is OFF indicating that the system is set.
  • Page 48 Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Operating System (cont’d) Engineer Reset - LCD Keypad: After a tamper an engineer reset is required if the Engineer Reset flag is enabled. [user code] • Enter your user code [0123] default. If the system has to be set by an engineer the message Engineer Restore Required is Engineer Engineer...
  • Page 49: Faults

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Faults Faults Fault conditions are often the result of minor installation errors. Whenever working close to the mains supply or connector, you should exercise extreme caution. Always isolate the mains supply before removing the control panel covers. Codes As supplied the default user code is 0123 and the engineer code is 9999.
  • Page 50: Specifications

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Specs Specifications 8 zones +ve loop, programmable function in each program Tamper -ve loop, internal sounders in Day - Full alarm in Set +ve loop, always active External siren (Bell Box) output 12V, adjustable timer (1 - 99 mins) or continuous Strobe output 12V latching External speaker...
  • Page 51: Appendix 1 - Event Log Messages

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Event Log Appendix 1 - Event Log Messages KEYPAD TEXT DESCRIPTION Zone events INTRUDER Intruder zone activated (opened) ENTRY START Entry time started ZONE OMITTED Zone has been omitted for one set period FIRE ZONE Fire zone activated (opened) ZONE EXCLUDED Zone has been omitted for one set period User Events...
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  • Page 53: Appendix 2 - Library

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Library Appendix 2 - Library Kitchen Attic Back Door Landing Basement Living Room Lounge Bathroom Patio Bedroom 1 Bedroom 2 Porch Bedroom 3 Stairs Study Conservatory Utility Room Dining Room Fire Zone Window 1 Window 2 Front Door Window 3 Garage Hall...
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  • Page 55: Servicing Organisation Details

    Accenta/Optima Engineer’s Manual Servicing/Parts Servicing Organisation Details Servicing Organisation name: Telephone number: Date of Installation: Account Number: Parts 8SP399A Accenta mini panel with LCD keypad 8SP400A Accenta mini panel with LED keypad 8EP396A Optima compact panel 8SP419A Accenta panel metal enclosure with LCD keypad 8SP420A Accenta panel metal enclosure with LED keypad 8EP417A Accenta LCD remote keypad 8EP416...
  • Page 56 (1, 2 or 3) 2 = Timed Zones 3 = Inhibit Zones 4 = Entry Time (00-99 seconds) 5 = Exit Time (00-99 seconds) 6 = Exit Mode Honeywell Security (UK 64) Newhouse Industrial Estate Motherwell Lanarkshire ML1 5SB IE1-0040 Rev 1.0...

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