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Honeywell Ademco Accord Installation Instructions Manual

Honeywell Ademco Accord Installation Instructions Manual


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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents SECTION 1: WIRING AND SAFETY INFORMATION ......1 Wiring and Safety Information ................1 Siting ........................1 Fixing ........................1 Ventilation ......................1 Cabling ....................... 1 Mains Supply Connections ................2 Cable Type ......................2 Fuses ........................3 Equipment Electrical Rating ................3 Batteries ......................
  • Page 4 Group 4 — Option 1 Exit Time ................15 Group 4 — Option 2 Entry Time ............... 15 Group 4 — Option 3 Bell Cut-off Time ............. 15 Group 4 — Option 4 Part Set Exit Warning ............15 Group 4 — Option 5 External Bells in Part Set ..........16 Group 4 —...
  • Page 5 Handing the System Over to The User ............28 Fill In the User Instructions! ................28 APPENDIX A: SPECIFICATIONS ............29 Panel Specification ..................29 Remote Keypad Specification ................ 29 APPENDIX B: BELL-BOX CONNECTIONS ........30 APPENDIX C: REGULATORY STATEMENTS ........31 HONEYWELL SECURITY LIMITED WARRANTY ....... 32...
  • Page 7: Section 1: Wiring And Safety Information

    SECTION 1: WIRING AND SAFETY INFORMATION Wiring and Safety Information It is essential that this product is installed correctly, in particular with respect to a persons safety and connection to the mains electricity supply. This product is not suitable for installation, maintenance or connection by the user; installation and maintenance must be carried out by a competent, qualified installer, for example, BS5750 or NACOSS approved.
  • Page 8: Mains Supply Connections

    Knockouts must only be removed if cables are to enter the cabinet at that point. The hole must be covered by the trunking or conduit or by means of a blanking grom- met. It must not be possible to push a finger or similar size object or instrument into any hole or cable entry point.
  • Page 9: Fuses

    Fuses The mains fuse within the cabinet is rated at 100 mA. The mains supply must be disconnected before opening the cabinet and changing the fuse. Replace the mains fuse with the same type and rating, that is: Rating: 100 mA anti-surge (T). Construction: Glass cartridge.
  • Page 11: Section 2: Installing The Accord

    SECTION 2: INSTALLING THE ACCORD Fixing the Enclosure The two parts (lid and base) of the Accord control panel enclosure are connected • Five pillars on the enclosure lid with corresponding holes in the enclosure base. • A clip connection and fixing screw connection for the bottom of the enclosure lid and base.
  • Page 12: Spares Pack

    195 mm Cable Entry Holes Keyhole Mounting Switch 90 mm Mains Supply Fuse Mains Cable Clamp Mains Entry Point User Instructions User Instructions Retaining Clip Mounting Holes Figure 2.2 Enclosure Base Layout. Spares Pack The Accord control panel comes with a spares pack. This contains ten zone links, five mounting pillars and the battery connector leads.
  • Page 13: Assembling The Control Panel Into The Enclosure

    Assembling the Control Panel Into the Enclosure 1. Insert the four plastic PCB support pillars into the four holes in the enclosure base, see Figure 2.2. 2. Place the main PCB on top of the pillars so that the tops of the pillars locate into the PCB mounting holes.
  • Page 14: Connections To The Accord

    Connections to the Accord Mounting and Wiring the LED Remote Keypad To mount and wire the Accord LED keypad: Press down the two base clips recessed on top of the keypad while gently pulling the two Knockout Hole A Mounting Holes halves of the case apart.
  • Page 15: Connecting The External Sounders

    Connecting the External Sounders Connections for Self Actuating Bells and Bell/Siren combinations should be made as outlined in Table 2.2 Connections for SABs and Table 2.3 Connections for Bell/Siren Only. / l l i t i l l e & i t i –...
  • Page 16: Testing The Installation

    ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE TAMP Live Earth Neutral Primary AC Mains transformer ZONE WIRING Secondary Normaly closed (Open for zone activation) BAT+ BAT– F1 Battery: 1 A, 20 mm Anti-surge F2 Keypad/Auxiliary: 500 mA, 20 mm Anti-surge –...
  • Page 17: Further Test Procedure

    1. Apply input power to the mains transformer. 2. Check that the Auxiliary Voltage at terminals AUX + and AUX – on the main terminal strip measures between 13.5 V and 14 V d.c. If the auxiliary voltage is under 13.5 V too much current is being drawn. For the current consumption of the control panel and keypads see Appendix A 3.
  • Page 18: Section 3: Programming The Accord

    SECTION 3: PROGRAMMING THE ACCORD Getting In and Out of Programming Mode All zone and system programming must be carried out from Programming Mode. To enter Programming Mode enter the Engineer Code and press the # key, then press the Star ( ) key.
  • Page 19: Programming Groups 1, 2 And 3

    Programming Groups 1, 2 and 3 Programming Groups one to three are used to programme the eight zones for each of the three setting modes: Full, Part and Night Set. This allows zones to be by- passed or assigned different functions for each of the three setting conditions. The available zone types are: Zone Type Zone Type...
  • Page 20: Zone Programming - Group 3 Night Set

    Zone Programming — Group 3 Night Set • The first digit entered is 3 for Night Set. • The second digit is the zone number (1 — 8). • The third digit is the zone type. Example: In Programming Mode press 3 + 2 + 3. This programmes zone 2 as an Intruder zone in the Night Set mode and is accompanied by two beeps, indicating a correct entry.
  • Page 21: Group 4 - Option 1 Exit Time

    Group 4 — Option 1 Exit Time This is the amount of time that the user has to exit the premises after the setting procedure has been initiated. Entering 411 will set the Exit Time to 10 seconds, 412 = 20 seconds, 413 = 30 seconds, etc. — up to 419 = 90 seconds. If final contact set is required, enter 410.
  • Page 22: Group 4 - Option 5 External Bells In Part Set

    — t r a Table 3.6 Part Set Exit Warning 440 Silent. — t r a Table 3.7 Part Set Exit Warning 441 Buzzer Only. — t r a Table 3.8 Part Set Exit Warning 442 Keypad and Sounder. Group 4 — Option 5 External Bells in Part Set When enabled (set to 1) the Bell and Strobe outputs activate during an alarm condi- tion when the system is Part Set —...
  • Page 23: 471 = 0 V Detector Reset

    471 = 0 V Detector Reset This output type is used to provide the negative supply to devices such as Viper vibration sensors. The 0 V supply is removed for five seconds when the setting procedure is initiated to ensure devices are reset before the system sets. After an alarm activation, the 0 V will be removed when the system is reset to clear any latched conditions.
  • Page 24: System Programming - Group 5 System Options

    System Programming — Group 5 System Options • The first digit entered is 5 for System Options. • The second digit is the required system option 1 — 7. • The third digit is the option value. Note: All Group 5 programming options default to disabled (0). i n r .
  • Page 25: Group 5 - Option 4 Keypad Panic

    Group 5 — Option 4 Keypad Panic When enabled (set to 1) this option gives a double-push panic button facility on the keypad. Both the and # buttons must be held down for two seconds to generate the panic alarm. The panic condition is indicated by all zone LEDs on the keypad(s) activating.
  • Page 26: Zone Type Definitions

    Zone Type Definitions General Information The Accord has eight zone types, these are: 0 = Not Used 1 = Final Exit (FX) 2 = Keyswitch 3 = Intruder (Alarm) 4 = Walk Through (IX) 5 = 24 Hour Tamper 7 = PA Audible 9 = Fire 1—...
  • Page 27: 5 - 24 Hour Tamper

    walk Through zones are isolated during the Entry Time. This gives users access to a keypad or keyswitch. If a Walk Through zone is activated while the system is Full Set it causes a full alarm. 5 — 24 Hour Tamper The 24 Hour Tamper zone type is used for system/module tampers and for zones covering sensitive areas such as stock rooms, fire doors, external bell box, etc.
  • Page 28: Section 4: Operating The Accord

    SECTION 4: OPERATING THE ACCORD Setting and Unsetting the system Before setting the system: • Ensure all doors and windows are secure. • Ensure that none of the movement detectors are obstructed. Full Set [1] To Full Set the system: •...
  • Page 29: Night Set [3]

    Night Set [3] To Night Set the system: • Enter your User Code then press the 3 (Night Set) key. • This starts the setting of the system using the Night Set zone programming. This allows a sub-set of the system to be set. •...
  • Page 30: Isolating Zones [6]

    Isolating Zones [6] To Isolate (omit) one or more zones enter your code then press the 6 (Isolate) key; press the Zone Number(s) you wish to Isolate; after five seconds the control panel exits from Isolate mode and the selected zones are isolated, for example: •...
  • Page 31: Removing A User Code From The System

    For example, to programme User Code 2 as 2626: • Enter the Master User Code. • Press: 8 2 2626. • Two beeps confirm that the new code has been accepted. • User Code 2 is now 2626. Removing a User Code From the System Users can remove their own user codes from the system.
  • Page 32: Viewing The Log [0]

    Viewing the Log [0] To view the 16-event zone activation Log: • Enter your User Code and press 0. • The LED corresponding to the zone most recently activated lights and the keypad beeps once. • The system works its way through the history of the zone activations. •...
  • Page 33: Section 5: System Indications And What They Mean

    SECTION 5: SYSTEM INDICATIONS AND WHAT THEY MEAN Power LED The Power LEDs on the control panel (LED 1) and the keypad, see Figure 1.1, signal the state of the a.c. mains supply to the system. On – indicates no problems with the a.c. mains supply. Off –...
  • Page 34: Handing The System Over To The User

    Handing the System Over to The User Fill In the User Instructions! A User Instructions card comes with every Accord panel which explains each end– user function in an easy to understand format. The Installation engineer should fill in the section How Your Alarm System is Programmed on pages 7 and 8 of the user booklet.
  • Page 35: Appendix A: Specifications

    APPENDIX A: SPECIFICATIONS Panel Specification Physical Width: Height: Depth: 90 mm Electrical Mains Input: 230 V a.c. (+10% -8%) 50 Hz Stand-by Battery: Up to 7.2 Ahr 12 V Sealed Lead-Acid Current Drain (control only): 30 mA (normal use) External Sounder Output: 12 V –...
  • Page 36: Appendix B: Bell-Box Connections

    APPENDIX B: BELL-BOX CONNECTIONS The terminal connections for various bell-box models are shown below. s l a l l e s l a g i l s l a l l e s l a i t l s l a l l e s l a t i r...
  • Page 37: Appendix C: Regulatory Statements

    APPENDIX C: REGULATORY STATEMENTS Declaration Of Conformity We, Honeywell Security, declare the Accord Alarm panel conforms to EMC directive 89/336/EEC as amended by 93/68/EEC, LVD 73/23/EC.
  • Page 38: Honeywell Security Limited Warranty

    18 months from the date stamp control on the product or, for products not having an Honeywell date stamp, for 12 months from date of original purchase unless the installation instructions or catalogue sets forth a shorter period, in which case the shorter period shall apply.
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