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2000 Series
Program Entry Guide
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Control Panels

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  • Page 1 2000 Series Program Entry Guide Control Panels...
  • Page 2: About This Manual

    Section 18.0 Keypad Programming of this manual. Display text and keypad programming appear as shown: 0000 0 to 9, B to F Default entries and selections for keypad programming also appear in shaded boxes. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    18.1 Getting Started ..........65 18.2 View Mode............65 18.3 Modify Mode ............66 18.4 Scroll Lists ............66 18.5 Yes and No Entries...........66 18.6 An Example, Entering Custom Text....67 18.7 Keypad Programming Tips ......68 Index ................69 Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 4 Keyswitch (swinger bypass, alarm output)............49 Table 18: Relay Function Selections ......54 Table 19: Relay Parameters........56 Table 20: View Mode Keys ........65 Table 21: Modify Mode Keys ........66 Table 22: Entering Custom Text at the Keypad ..67 Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 5: System Configuration

    Each line contains a maximum of sixteen characters. It can take up to 15 seconds for the custom text you program here to appear in all text keypads connected to the system. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 6 Custom Service Text Up to 15 Seconds for Text to Load: It can take up to 15 seconds for the custom text you program here to appear in all text keypads connected to the system. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 7: Phone

    When this prompt is set to the default, No, the control panel dials as shown in Table 1. The control panel only Phone 2 sends reports to after two failed attempts sending to Phone 1 Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 8 Phone 2 only Phone 2 only Both Both Reports: Opening Reports Reports: Trouble, Missing, Missing RF, Low Battery RF, Bypass, or Swinger Bypass Reports from, Fire and Non-fire points combined. Point Tamper Troubles. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 9 Phone 1 only RF Receiver Trouble (Address 7, Address 8) Phone 2 only RF Receiver Tamper (Address 7, Address 8)13 Sys Res Route Both Reports: Duress Reports User Tamper (six attempts with bad passcode). Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 10 Reports: Test Reports Service Start (stand-by pin locked down, installer code entered.) Service Stop (standby-by pin unlocked. The control panel only sends a Service Stop Report if a Service Start Report was transmitted). Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 11: Reports

    Missing alarms are sent as missing troubles. when users turn the system Part On with the [0] key. Tamper alarms are sent as tamper troubles. Delay Alrm Rpt If no passcode is entered before expires, all reports are sent. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 12 No, the control OK light at the keypad to indicate a system trouble panel does not send Cancel Reports. and sounds the trouble tone. No report is sent to the receiver. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 13 Selection: Set this prompt to Yes to send a flag with each Modem II Report that tells the D6500 to convert point numbers to Bosch Security System’s D8112 style Zonex Format, and User ID numbers to D8112 type COMEX Format.
  • Page 14 2000 Series | Program Entry Guide | 3.0 Reports EN | 14 Notes: Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 15: Receiver

    System battery is disconnected. Battery must be missing for 60 seconds. BATTERY MISSING Missing or low battery is restored. BATTERY RESTORE Cancel Report from keyswitch. CANCEL REPORT Cancel Report with user ID for users 1 to 8. CANCEL REPORT 001 (-008) Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 16 Part On with Delays and no passcode required. Refer to the Passcode Rquired prompt in Section 15.0 Passcodes. User with ID shown (1 to 8) turned the system Part On (with Delays). PERM DLAY ARMED ID 001 (-008) Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 17 TROUBLE REPORT POINT 001 (-024) This report transmitted after six attempts to enter an invalid passcode. USR CODE TAMPER System automatically reset. Call Bosch Security Systems if reports persist. WATCHDOG RESET 0101 0101 If you choose Modem Format, go to Section 5.0 Remote Programming. The prompts in the remainder 0101 of the Receiver Group have no meaning for the Modem Format.
  • Page 18: Pulse Report Groups

    Fire alarm from key A, B, or C. Refer to Section ABC Keys. There is no Pulse Format version of the Modem II Alarm Cross Point Report. The Cross Point feature creates two point alarms. Refer to Section 11.0 Point Codes. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 19 Section RF low battery. 15.0 Passcodes) or a keyswitch is used. RF receiver 7 trouble. Closing Report with User ID for users 1 1 to 8 RF receiver 8 trouble. to 8. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 20 Code 8 = Duress Refer to in Section 15.0 Passcodes. 7, 8 Not used. 12 Test Group Default: Selection: 0 to 9, B to F 1 to 5 Not used. Service stop. Service start. Test Report. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 21: Remote Programming

    Use the prompts in this group to configure your Selection: 0 to 15 system for programming with a Bosch Security Systems remote programmer. Set the number of rings you want the control panel to wait before seizing the phone line for a...
  • Page 22: Table 4: Answer Machine Programmed Yes

    Re-dial the control panel phone number. first ring. When the control panel picks up the phone, begin remote programming. If you are using a text keypad, SYSTEM PROGRAM, USING PHONE LINE appears in the keypad display. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 23: Open/Close

    Extended Delay for entry delay. 4 Exit Tone Default: Selection: Yes, No Use this prompt to turn off the keypad tone that annunciates Exit Delay, and the Excursion (Step Outside and Exit) feature. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 24: Step Outside

    Outside feature when the system is Part On with No Delay (instant). All & Part Step: Allows users access to the Step Outside feature when either All or Part of the system is On with No Delay (instant). Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 25: Exit

    All & Part Exit: Allows users access to the Exit feature when either All or Part of the system is All On with No Delay (instant) or Part On with No Delay (instant). Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 26 2000 Series | Program Entry Guide | 6.0 Open/Close EN | 26 Notes: Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 27: Abc Keys

    A to Z, 0 to 9, ! # , - / : < > Enter up to sixteen characters of custom text. The system displays this text when the A key is active. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 28 [*] key for four-button keychain keypads 11 C-Key Ack Tone [*] key for four-button keychain keypads 12 C-Key Text [*] key for four-button keychain keypads A-Key Refer to the descriptions for the prompts above. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 29: Bell

    Non-Fire point to one per arming cycle. Setting this prompt to No allows every alarm activation from a Non-Fire point to generate an alarm output during an arming cycle. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 30 2000 Series | Program Entry Guide | 8.0 Bell EN | 30 Notes: Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 31: Test Timer

    4 Defer Test Rpt your programming session. Default: Selection: Yes, No Defer Test Rpt Set the prompt to Yes to defer the Test Report one interval if another report is transmitting in the current interval. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 32 1 Day, and the system transmits an Opening Report at 9:00 PM, the interval begins at 9:00 PM. If the system transmitted no other reports before 9:00 PM the following day, at 9:00 PM the system transmits the Test Report. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 33: Address Configuration

    Point Expander* * These selections do not apply to E version control panels. E version control panels interpret these selections as 0. Enter the type of device connected to the system for each address. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 34 2000 Series | Program Entry Guide | 10.0 Address Configuration EN | 34 Notes: Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 35: Point Codes

    8820A Selection: Refer to Table 5, Table 6, Table 7, Table 8, and Table 9 for selections for each digit in the point code. Delay Door 8820A Point 2 Same response as PART/DELAY Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 36 Refer to Table 5, Table 6, Table 7, Table 8, and Table 9 for selections for each digit in the point code. Point Disabled 0000A PT## The system does not monitor disabled points. PT DISABLED Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 37: Digit 1, Point Type

    5. RF Tamper for Fire points generates a trouble response when the system is on or off. 6. Do not use Fire Alarm Verification points as Cross or Partner points. Refer to Section 11.3 Digit 3, Point Options. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 38 Refer to the Single Ring prompt in Section 8.0 Bell. Note: Missing 24-hour points generate a trouble response when the system is on or off. RF Tamper for a 24-hour point generates a trouble response when the system is on or off. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 39 EXIT ERROR message with the Alarm Report. Missing Controlled points generate an alarm response when on, a trouble response when off. RF Tamper for a Controlled point generates an alarm response when on, a trouble response when off. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 40 Alarm Report. Missing Keyswitch points generate an alarm response when on, a trouble response when off. RF Tamper for Keyswitch points generates an alarm response when on, a trouble response when off. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 41 Missing Extended Delay points generate an alarm response when on, a trouble response when off. RF tamper for an Extended Delay point generates an alarm response when on, a trouble response when off. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 42 EXIT ERROR message with the Alarm Report. Missing Extended Delay points generate an alarm response when on, a trouble response when off. RF tamper for Extended Delay points generates an alarm response when on, a trouble response when off. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 43: Digit 2, Alarm Responses

    5 as part of the alarm response. Fire points provide a pulsed output. Non-Fire points provide a steady output. Output lasts for the duration programmed in Bell Time. Fire output always takes precedence over non-fire output. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 44: Digit 3, Point Options

    If a Cross (or Partner) point is not paired with a Partner (or Cross) point, it generates alarm responses on its own. Note: Do not pair different point types for the Cross/Partner function. Partner point - Refer to Cross Point in this table. X X X X Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 45: Digit 4, Device Address

    Address 8: Detection devices for this point are connected to an expansion device with Address 8. Note: If you are connecting a RF Point Expander to the system, it can only use Address 7 or Address 8 Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 46: Digit 5, Sensor Loop

    Digit 4 to 0 (zero). You can leave Digit 5 at the default, A. The control panel actually ignores Digit 5 if Digit 4 is set to 0 (zero). Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 47: Table 9: Digit Selection Summary

    Cross Point, Partner Point. No Trouble Open, Trouble Short, No Double Knock, No Cross Point, Partner Point. Trouble Open, Trouble Short, No Double Knock, No Cross Point, Partner Point. G to P G to P Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 48: Recommended Point Codes

    982## 952## Trouble on Short 782## 752## Trouble on Open 981## 951## Trouble on Open 781## 751## No Troubles 980## 950## No Troubles 780## 750## RF point 980## 950## RF point 780## 750## Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 49: Table 16: Panic Device (Swinger Bypass)

    Alarm on Open or Short No Troubles RF point 540## 550## Silent, Invisible RF point 540## 550## Alarm Output Table 17: Keyswitch (swinger bypass, alarm output) Reports Local Trouble on Open A91## A51## Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 50 2000 Series | Program Entry Guide | 11.0 Point Codes EN | 50 Notes: Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 51: Point Text

    Enter custom text to appear in text keypads for each point. The default text appears in Section 11.0 Point Codes. 0101 0101 It can take up to 15 seconds for the custom text you program here to appear in all text keypads 0101 connected to the system. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 52 2000 Series | Program Entry Guide | 12.0 Point Text EN | 52 Notes: Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 53: Relays

    Relay 1 Logic Relay 2 Logic When is set to Function 1 or 2, the system activates the relay output when either Function 1 or Function 2 calls for activation, or when both do. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 54: Table 18: Relay Function Selections

    Activates the relay output when a user presses a selected function key. The relay output pulses until a user performs a System Reset (presses [3] and enters a passcode). Select the function keys to monitor at the Parameter prompt. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 55 Function Logic. For example, “anding” this function to the Alarm function results in pulsed output for the duration of Bell Time. The Pulsed Output does not activate when alarms from A, B, C Keys occur. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 56: Relay Parameters, For Keypad Programming

    21 Relay 2, Func 2 1 Point 1 (or User 1) system which points you want to activate the relay. Parameter 2 Point 2 (or User 2) to . . . 24 Point 24 Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 57: User Test

    User Guide. The system sends a Low Battery Report to the receiver. Users can end the test by pressing the [CLEAR] key. Set this prompt to Yes for UL 1023, Household Fire systems. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 58 2000 Series | Program Entry Guide | 14.0 User Test EN | 58 Notes: Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 59: Passcodes

    (press [0], enter passcode). six digits. All passcodes are the same length. Pressing [0] after entering the passcode turns the System Part On with No Delay (press [0], enter passcode, press [0]). Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 60 A User can not adjust Watch Tone responses. All other user functions are available. One-Time: Allows the user to disarm the system one time. All other system functions are available. Owners can reactivate One-Time passcodes. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 61: Rf Parameters

    12 hours 24 hours Supervision Interval is the number of hours the RF receiver waits to hear from an RF point before it sends a Missing Report to the receiver for that point. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 62 2000 Series | Program Entry Guide | 16.0 RF Parameters EN | 62 Notes: Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 63: Program Lock

    Programming from the Keypad? Do not accidentally lock yourself out of the control panel's keypad programming feature by changing the Program Lock prompt to 1. Changes to this program item take effect when you exit keypad programming. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 64 2000 Series | Program Entry Guide | 17.0 Program Lock EN | 64 Notes: Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 65: Keypad Programming

    Group 1, Prompt 1. Figure 2 shows Group 1, Prompt when you press the [*] key the system 1, Account Number, with an entry of 1234. returns to Prompt 1. Clear Pressing the [CLEAR] key in View Mode exits keypad programming. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 66: Modify Mode

    9), then the special characters (! # ‘ , - / : < >), and finally the “space” character. The [C] key moves forward through the scroll list. The [B] key moves backward through the scroll list. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 67: An Example, Entering Custom Text

    The display looks like the figure to the right. Press the [A] key to exit Modify Mode. MOD disappears from the display. You return to View Mode. Make sure the entry you made is correct before moving to the next prompt. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 68: Keypad Programming Tips

    For example, the quickest way to get from the first character in the text scroll list, “A,” to the “space” character, the last character, is by pressing the [B] key. Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 69: Index

    Closing Group............. 19 Closing Reports..........11, 29, 43 Closing Route ............... 8 Code 8 ............. 16, 20, 59 COMEX Format ............13 Comm Fail Reports............9 Comm Restoral Reports..........9 Communication Fail ........... 55 Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 70 Opening Reports ............11 RF Keypad ........37, 44, 46, 47, 49, 56 Opening Route .............. 8 RF Parameters............. 61 RF Point Expander.......... 33, 45, 46 RF Special Key ............56 RF, Light Key ............. 56 Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 71 View Mode Keys ............65 Voice Active ............38, 43 Voice Request ............. 56 Voice Verification....... 11, 12, 38, 43, 56 Watch Tone..............54 Watchdog ..............9, 17 Yes and No Entries ............. 66 Zonex Format.............. 13 Bosch Security Systems | 7/05 | 35114F...
  • Page 72 Bosch Security Systems 130 Perinton Parkway Fairport, NY 14450-9199 Customer Service: (800) 289-0096 Technical Support: (888) 886-6189 © 2005 Bosch Security Systems 35114F...