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NetworX Series
NX-590E Internet Interface
Installation and Startup

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  • Page 1 ™ NetworX Series NX-590E Internet Interface Installation and Startup...
  • Page 2 This document shall not be reproduced in whole or in part nor shall its contents be disclosed to any third party without the written approval of GE Interlogix. Please refer to the current GE Interlogix product catalog for detailed warranty information.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL DESCRIPTION .......................5 ENCLOSURE INFORMATION....................5 MODULE ADDRESS........................5 ENROLLING ..........................6 UNDERSTANDING THE LIGHTS ..................6 WIRING............................6 TERMINAL DESCRIPTION.....................7 CONNECTION DIAGRAM .......................7 PROGRAMMING THE MODULE...................8 USING THE LED KEYPAD ....................8 Entering the Program Mode ....................8 Selecting the Module to Program:..................8 Factory Defaulting the Module....................8 Programming a Location: .....................8 Exiting a Location: ........................8...
  • Page 4 Symbol Legend Indicates a procedure, practice, condition, or statement that, if not strictly observed, could result in personal injury. Warning * This symbol indicates electrical warnings and cautions. Indicates a procedure, practice, condition, or statement that, if not strictly observed, could result in damage to or destruction of Caution equipment or property.
  • Page 5: General Description

    OH Network Receiver. This interface allows any or all events from the NetworX control series (NX) to be reported over the Network. For warranty information, please refer to the current GE Interlogix Product catalog. 2. ENCLOSURE INFORMATION Inside the can, several 2-holed insertion points have been constructed.
  • Page 6: Enrolling

    4. ENROLLING The NetworX control panels have the ability to automatically find and store in memory the presence of all keypads, zone expanders, wireless receivers, and any other device on the keypad buss. This allows these devices to be supervised by the control panel. To enroll the devices, enter the Program Mode of the NX control panel using the procedure outlined in the NX Installation Manual.
  • Page 7: Terminal Description

    7. TERMINAL DESCRIPTION TERMINAL DESCRIPTION Connect to the KP POS terminal of the panel. Current draw is 100 mA for the NX-590E. Connect to the KP COM terminal of the panel. DATA Connect to the KP DATA terminal of the panel. Connect to 10BT network hub using a CAT5 patch cable.
  • Page 8: Programming The Module

    9. PROGRAMMING THE MODULE USING THE LED KEYPAD Entering the Program Mode To enter the Program Mode, press [r]-[8]. At this time, the five function LEDs (Stay, Chime, Exit, Bypass, & Cancel) will begin to flash. Next, enter the "Go To Program Code"...
  • Page 9: Exiting The Program Mode

    Exiting the Program Mode: When all the desired changes in programming have been made, it is time to exit the Program Mode. Pressing the [Exit] key will exit this programming level. USING THE LCD KEYPAD All steps required for programming are the same as the aforementioned LED keypad. The LCD keypad display will prompt you for the data required.
  • Page 10: Feature Selection Data

    Example: If the numerical data to be programmed in a location is "66", press [6]-[6] on the keypad. The LED=s for Zone 2 and Zone 7 will become illuminated indicating 66 is in that location (2 + 64 = 66). Once the data is programmed, press the [r] key to enter the data and advance to the next segment of that location.
  • Page 11: Programming The Locations

    10. PROGRAMMING THE LOCATIONS OCATION ROGRAMMING THE SEGMENTS EATURE ELECTION DATA Location 0 (zero) contains the module mode, i.e. system characteristics for operation on the Internet. If Location 0 / Segment 1 / Option 1 below is enabled (NX-590E is the primary reporting device and the control panel is backup) All event categories should be disabled in Location 4 of the control panel (device 0).
  • Page 12 Segment 1 Alarms and Restores Segment 9 Tampers Segment 2 Open/Close Segment 10 Short Circuit & Ground Fault Segment 3 Bypass Segment 11 Sensor Lost Segment 4 Zone Trouble Segment 12 Sensor Low Battery Segment 5 Power Trouble (AC Failure or Segment 13 Expander Trouble Low Battery)
  • Page 13 #2 (16 OCATION ROGRAMMING THE ARTITIONS EPORTING VIA MAIL CCOUNT SEGMENTS EATURE ELECTION Location 4 contains the partition(s) that should be included when reporting over the to Email account 2. If you wish to exclude any partition from reporting, simply turn off the bit corresponding to that particular partition.
  • Page 14 37-40 / 16 OCATIONS AME FOR YOUR MAIL ERVER SEGMENT CHARACTER DATA These locations are used to provide the server for email in the form of mail.yourdomain.com. This must be programmed for email. Confirm that this server accepts email from the domain name of the NX-590E since many mail servers reject emails from domains other than their own to prevent spamming.
  • Page 15 ID A OCATION ONTACT CCOUNT UMBER SEGMENTS HEX DATA This location contains the SIA or Contact ID account number. Contact your usual source of account number and dial number for installations. It is important to add leading zeros to create a 16-digit number. OCATION HONE ECEIVER...
  • Page 16: Programming Worksheet

    11. PROGRAMMING WORKSHEET DEFAULTS ARE SHOWN IN BOLD ITALICS LOC PAGE DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING MODULE MODE OF OPERATION SEG 1 1 = Use control dialer as backup to TCP/IP and email 2 = Backup Format (Off = CID, On = SIA) 3 = Use Receiver #2 as Backup 4 = Send Tag to On-Site Event Recorder 5-8 = Reserved...
  • Page 17 LOC PAGE DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING PARTITIONS TO REPORT BY INTERNET TO RECEIVER #2 = Alarms and Restores = Open/Close = Bypass = Zone Trouble = Power Trouble (AC Failure or Low Battery) = Siren & Telephone Fault = Test Reports = Program, Download &...
  • Page 18 LOC PAGE DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING EMAIL NAME OF THIS MODULE (char 17-32) EMAIL NAME OF THIS MODULE (char 33-48) EMAIL NAME OF THIS MODULE (char 49-64) 17-28 RESERVED EMAIL ACCOUNT #1 (char 1-16) EMAIL ACCOUNT #1 (char 17-32) EMAIL ACCOUNT #1 (char 33-48) EMAIL ACCOUNT #1 (char 49-64) EMAIL ACCOUNT #2 (char 1-16) EMAIL ACCOUNT #2 (char 17-32)
  • Page 19: Glossary

    12. GLOSSARY DHCP Short for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, a protocol for assigning dynamic IP addresses to devices on a network. With dynamic addressing, a device can have a different IP address every time it connects to the network. In some systems, the device’s IP address can even change while it is still connected.
  • Page 20 ETHERNET A local-area network (LAN) architecture developed by Xerox Corporation in cooperation with DEC and Intel in 1976. Ethernet uses a bus or star topology and supports data transfer rates of 10Mbps. The Ethernet specification served as the basis for the IEEE 802.3 standard, which specifies the physical and lower software layers.
  • Page 21 Abbreviation of Internet Protocol, pronounced as two separate letters. IP specifies the format of packets, also called datagrams, and the addressing scheme. Most networks combine IP with a higher-level protocol called Transport Control Protocol (TCP), which establishes a virtual connection between a destination and a source.
  • Page 22 NETWORK A group of two or more computer systems linked together. There are many types of computer networks, including: Local-area networks (LANs): The computers are geographically close together (that is, in the same building). Most LANs connect workstations and personal computers.
  • Page 23: Fcc (Class B) Information

    13. FCC (CLASS B) INFORMATION This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 24: Specifications

    120 mA during communication / 90mA standby OPERATING TEMPERATURE 32 to 120 degrees F DIMENSIONS 6.0" Wide 3.25" High 1.0" Deep SHIPPING WEIGHT 1 lb. GE INTERLOGIX 1420 N. MAIN GLADEWATER, TX 75647 Main 800-727-2339 Technical Support 800-727-2339 Outside the US 903-845-6941...

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