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Galaxy
3-48C, 3-144, 3-144C, 3-520, 3-520C
Installation Manual
Honeywell Security

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    Galaxy 3-48C, 3-144, 3-144C, 3-520, 3-520C Installation Manual Honeywell Security...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Table of Contents Contents Introduction ..................... 1-1 Variants ........................ 1-1 Section 1: Quick Setup ................1-3 Section 2: System Architecture ............2-1 PCB Layout ......................2-4 RS485 Expansion Module (G3-520 only) ............2-5 System Installation and Wiring ................. 2-6 Connecting the Galaxy 3 Series to the PSTN ..........

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    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Table of Contents Entry/Exit RIO ........................3-3 Entry/Exit RIO Zone Programming ......................3-4 Entry/Exit RIO Zone Operation ......................... 3-4 Slave RIO ..............................3-4 RF RIO – C076 ..................... 3-5 Connecting the RF RIO ..................... 3-5 Addressing the RF RIO .....................

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    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Table of Contents Section 4: The Galaxy Mk7 Keypad/KeyProx ........4-1 General......................... 4-1 Power Consumption ......................4-1 Wiring the Keypad/KeyProx..................... 4-2 Addressing ........................4-2 Keypad/KeyProx Installation Procedure ............4-2 Volume Control ........................4-4 Adding a Keypad/KeyProx to the System..............4-4 Removing a Keypad/KeyProx from the System ............

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    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Table of Contents Dual Access Cards ......................5-7 Dual Focus (Card Held) ....................5-7 Timed Anti-Passback ......................5-7 Appendix A : Door Control - MAX (MX01) ..........A-1 Installation Instructions ................... A-1 Wiring the MAX ......................... A-1 Mounting the MAX ......................

  • Page 7: Introduction

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Introduction Introduction This manual gives full instructions required to install a Galaxy 3 Series control panel and associated peripherals. Throughout this Installation Manual, references to menu options, unless otherwise indicated, are found in the Galaxy 3 Series Programming Manual, part number IP1-0033. Variants The Galaxy 3 Series is available in five variants: 3-48C;...

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  • Page 9: Section 1: Quick Setup

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Quick Setup Section 1: Quick Setup To quickly set up a Galaxy 3 Series control panel for programming follow these simple steps: 1. Connect a 1k Ω (1%) resistor across each of the zones on the panel and any RIO’s (if connected). 2.

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  • Page 11: Section 2: System Architecture

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual G3-48 Configuration Section 2: System Architecture 16 zones on board PSTN on board (comm 1) 8 outputs telecom Galaxy 3-48 on board area RS232 Line Serial Port (comm 6) Cable run 1 km (max) NOTE: Keypads (8) Valid addresses for the CP027/...

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    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual G3-144 Configuration 16 zones on board PSTN on board (comm 1) 8 outputs telecom Galaxy 3-144 on board area RS232 Serial Port Line Line (comm 6) Cable run 1 km (max) NOTE: Keypads (8) CP027/ Valid addresses for the Keyprox (3) keyprox are:...

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    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual G3-520 Configuration 16 zones on board PSTN on board 8 outputs telecom Galaxy 3-520 on board area RS232 Serial Port Line Line Line Line Cable run 1 km (max) NOTE: Valid addresses for the Keypads (8) keyprox are: CP027/ Line 1 (0, 1 &...

  • Page 14: Pcb Layout

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual PCB Layout PCB Layout TAMP TAMPER WALL +12V PHONE LINE B2 A2 Figure 2-4. PCB Layout...

  • Page 15: Rs485 Expansion Module (g3-520 Only)

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual RS485 Expansion Module The 7 transistorised outputs on the Galaxy 3 Series can be configured to open collectors by setting the dip switch SW3 to the OFF position. NOTE: Output 2 on RIO 0 (relay output) is not affected. The following table shows which outputs are controlled by which switches.

  • Page 16: System Installation And Wiring

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Installation Recommendations System Installation and Wiring The installation and wiring must be performed by a competent engineer. For permanently connected equip- ment, a readily accessible disconnect device must be incorporated in the fixed wiring having contact separation of at least 3 mm on each pole.

  • Page 17: Connecting The Galaxy 3 Series To The Pstn

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual System Wiring Connecting the Galaxy 3 Series to the PSTN The Telecommunications Network Voltage ( ) port (terminals A and B on PCB) must be permanently connected (hard-wired) to the PSTN via a BT master socket, refer to Figure 2-7. Note: If the BT master socket is the newer type ( 5), then the connection can be carried out by the installation engineer.

  • Page 18: Connecting Additional Telecom Apparatus

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual System Wiring (cont’d) Connecting Additional Telecom Apparatus A BT secondary socket, allows additional telecom apparatus to be connected in series with the on-board telecom module. Connect the PHONE terminals A and B on the PCB to the terminals on the BT secondary socket.

  • Page 19: Stand-by Battery

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Stand-by Battery Stand-by Battery The Galaxy 3 Series control panels can accommodate up to 2 x 17 Ahr batteries. Ensure that the battery connector leads on the control panel Powers Supply Unit (PSU) are connected to the correct terminals on the battery.

  • Page 20: Memory

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Memory Memory The Galaxy 3 Series control panel is fitted with a memory chip with its own battery backup on the main PCB. This allows the panel to retain the system configuration, programming details and the event log for up to a year when both the mains power and standby battery have been disconnected.

  • Page 21: Rs485 Wiring Recommendations

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual RS485 Recommendations Keypad/Keyprox Keypad/Keyprox Module Module Galaxy Control Panel 680 Ω EOL 680 Ω EOL Remove LK3/LK5 Figure 2-9. Twin AB Line Daisy-Chain configuration RS485 Wiring Recommendations To ensure that the system communicates at the maximum level of efficiency, the following recommendations must be adhered to: Each communication line can support 32 devices.

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    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual RS485 Recommendations There must only be a single AB pair of wires in each of the cables. The minimum voltage level is 10.5 Vd.c. with 12.5 Vd.c. being the recommended working minimum. The power supply in the Galaxy control panel and remote power supplies must not be connected in parallel.

  • Page 23: Zones

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Zone Addresses Zones The default setting for the zones on the Galaxy 3 Series are shown in the following table: Galaxy Remaining Zone 1001 Zone 1002 Panel Zones 3-48 Final Exit Intruder 3-144 Final Exit Intruder 3-520 Final...

  • Page 24: Zone Addressing With Onboard Rio Switch

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual RIO Switch Zone Addressing with Onboard RIO Switch The RIO switch (SW3, dipswitch 8) controls the ordering of the on-board RIO’s. This dipswitch must be set before powering up the panel. NOTE: The RIO switch is not functional on the 3-48. It defaults to the Switch off configuration. Switch off (default) When the switch is set to this mode, the onboard RIO’s configure to the following addresses: Onboard RIO0...

  • Page 25: Wiring Multiple Zones

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Zone Wiring Alarm Anti-mask Tamper Zone 500 m Figure 2-12. Preset 1 - Double balanced Zone/Detector wiring Alarm Anti-mask Tamper 1k 1% Zone 500 m Figure 2-13. Preset 1 - End of Line Zone/Detector wiring NOTE: N/C = Normally Closed NOTE: The recommended maximum cable run from a zone to a detector is 500 metres.

  • Page 26: Wiring Terminator Buttons

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Terminator Zone Wiring Wiring Terminator Buttons Zones programmed as Push-Set (terminator) buttons can be open going closed (2 kΩ to 1 kΩ) or closed going open (1 kΩ to 2 kΩ). The first activation of the terminator button initialises its status to the system. NOTE: The first activation of a terminator may not set the system as this can be the initialisation routine.

  • Page 27: Output Applications

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Output Applications Output Applications The outputs on the Galaxy panels, with the exception of the SPCO relay output, are transistorised outputs; negative applied (positive removed) by default. These supply up to 400 mA and can be used to drive the necessary output devices.

  • Page 28: Spi Header

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual SPI Header SPI Header The Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) header on the Galaxy 3 Series PCB allows copying and overwriting of programming information between panels using the SPI key. The information is stored in a version independent format which allows panels of different versions to share configuration information.

  • Page 29: Section 3: Optional Modules And Facilities

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual RIOs Section 3: Optional Modules and Facilities Remote Input Output (RIO) Modules – C072 Galaxy RIO’s can be added to the Galaxy 3-144 and 3-520 control panels. Each additional RIO expands the system by eight zones and four outputs. Outputs RS 485 Power...

  • Page 30: Connecting The Rio

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Configuring the RIO Connecting the RIO The RIO can only be connected to the system while engineer mode is accessed. The RS485 (AB) line of the Galaxy RIO must be wired in parallel (daisy-chain configuration) with the RS485 (AB) line of any keypads connected to the system.

  • Page 31: Outputs

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual RIO Outputs Outputs The RIO has four transistorised outputs. Each output is connected to +12 V via a 3k3Ω pull-up resistor (refer to Table 3-3). When an output is activated, the load is switched to the negative supply voltage (ground or 0 V) of the RIO.

  • Page 32: Entry/exit Rio

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Entry/Exit RIO Entry/Exit RIO Zone Programming Zones 1 – 5 operate as normal zones. If a zone is programmed as Security, any activation - whether the Entry/Exit RIO is armed or disarmed and the Galaxy is set or unset - results in the appropriate alarm condi- tion being generated on the control panel.

  • Page 33: Rf Rio - C076

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual RF RIO RF RIO – C076 The Galaxy Radio Frequency (RF) RIO module is an optional add-on to the existing Galaxy product range. The module acts as an RF receiver for the Ademco 868MHz transmitter range. Features The RF RIO contains the following features: •...

  • Page 34: Addressing The Rf Rio

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual RF RIO (cont’d) Connect the RF RIO terminals in accordance with the following Table: . . . , l e ) y l , l e ) y l n i l f i l r i f n i l n i l...

  • Page 35: Rf Rio Programming

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual RF RIO (cont’d) addresses are disabled by default. Module status on the RF RIO such as lid tamper,will be reported to the panel using the address set on the rotary switch. RF RIO Programming Programming of the RF RIO is achieved by connecting a Galaxy Mk7 keypad directly to the RF RIO at the Programming Keypad Socket or the Keypad Connector Block.

  • Page 36: Output Module - C078

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Output Module Output Module – C078 Galaxy Output Modules can be added to the Galaxy 3 Series control panels. Each additional Output Module expands the system up to 16 outputs by simulating the outputs of four RIO’s The following figure shows the main components of the Output Module.

  • Page 37: Connecting The Output Module

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Output Module (cont’d) Connecting the Output Module The Output Module can only be connected to the system while engineer mode is accessed. The RS485 (AB) line of the Output Module must be wired in parallel (daisy-chain configuration) with the RS485 (AB) line of any keypads connected to the system.

  • Page 38: Configuration Jumpers

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Output Module (cont’d) Assigning Outputs Outputs are specified as follows: Example base address = 2. Output Module Connector Outputs Address Base = 2 1, 2, 3, 4 Base + 1 = 3 5, 6, 7, 8 Base + 2 = 4 9, 10, 11, 12 Base + 3 = 5...

  • Page 39: Relay Module

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Output Module (cont’d) Relay Module Up to four Relay Modules can be connected to the Output Module at connectors RM1 to RM4. The Relay Module increases the maximum current load of one output up to 4 A. Jumpers JP1 to JP4 are used for setting up the output mode.

  • Page 40: Power Supply Unit

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Power Supply Unit Power Supply Unit The Galaxy 3 Series Power Supply Unit is available in 2 variants. The Galaxy Power Unit is a 3 ampere power supply. The Galaxy Power RIO is a Power Unit plus an on- board Remote Input Output (RIO) module.

  • Page 41: Installation Instructions

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Power Supply Unit (cont’d) Installation Instructions The installation and wiring must be performed by a competent engineer. The Galaxy 3 Series Power Supply Unit must be connected to the a.c. mains supply (230/240 Va.c. 50Hz) via a fused connection outlet. The fuse in the mains outlet must not exceed 3A.

  • Page 42: Battery

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Power Supply Unit (cont’d) Battery The minimum capacity battery to supply the PSU is 1x 7Ah. The maximum capacity battery to supply the PSU is 2 x 17Ah. Battery Test A battery test on full load is automatically performed once an hour and during the Engineer Mode exiting procedure.

  • Page 43: Printer Interface Module-a134/a161

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Printer Interface Printer Interface Module-A134/A161 The Printer Interface module allows the Galaxy to be connected to a serial printer and the contents of the event log and the programming details of the system to be printed out. The module is available with either a: •...

  • Page 44: Telecom Module - E062

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Telecom Module Telecom Module – E062 The Galaxy Telecom module is an optional add-on to the existing Galaxy product range. It is a highly intelligent and compact module, combining both digital communication capabilities and remote servicing facilities. The Telecom Module is connected to the RS485 communication line 1 (AB line) on the Galaxy control panels.

  • Page 45: Rs232 Interface Module - E054

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual RS232 Interface Module RS232 Interface Module - E054 The Galaxy RS232 module provides full duplex serial communication between Galaxy control panels and PCs or printers. For further information regarding the Galaxy RS232 Interface Module refer to RS232 Module, Operating Instructions (IO1-0054) BA - + LINE...

  • Page 46: Serial Printer Interface

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Printer Interface Serial Printer Interface The module can also operate as an interface to a serial printer. Refer to the following Tables for printer protocol settings. DIP Switch Function Setting Printer/PC interface ON – Printer Stop Bits OFF –...

  • Page 47: Isdn Module - E077

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual ISDN Module ISDN Module – E077 The ISDN Module is an optional add-on to the existing Galaxy product range. It connects directly to the Galaxy RS485 communication bus, allowing signalling and remote servicing over an ISDN network. The ISDN Module is housed inside the Galaxy enclosure in the same way as the existing Telecom Module.

  • Page 48: Ethernet Module - E080

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Ethernet Module Ethernet Module - E080 The Ethernet Module is an optional add-on to the Galaxy 3-144 and 3-520 panels. It is a highly intelligent and compact module, combining alarm signalling, remote servicing and integrated facilities over Ethernet LAN and/ or WAN.

  • Page 49: Remote Servicing Suite

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Optional Software Packages Remote Servicing Suite The Remote Servicing Suite contains two main applications: • Event Monitoring Software. • Galaxy Gold Remote Servicing Software. Event Monitoring Alarm Monitoring is an advanced, high performance software program that allows a PC to receive and store detailed event and alarm information from Galaxy control panels.

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  • Page 51: Section 4: The Galaxy Mk7 Keypad/keyprox

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Mk7 Keypad/KeyProx Section 4: The Galaxy Mk7 Keypad/KeyProx NOTE: References in the text to the Mk7 keypad also includes the KeyProx in this section. General The Galaxy Mk7 keypad/keyProx has the following features: • a 2 x 16 alphanumeric character backlit display •...

  • Page 52: Wiring The Keypad/keyprox

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Keypad Installation Wiring the Keypad/KeyProx A 16-way rotary address switch is used to address Galaxy LCD keypads. The address switch assigns a hexadecimal address value to the keypad. NOTE: Any change to the keypad address must be made when the power is disconnected from the keypad.

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    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Keypad Installation (cont’d) If you are using a wall-run cable for the keypad (A, B, +12V, 0V) position the cable behind the back plate in the cable channels provided. The cable can be run in from either the top or the bottom of the back plate.

  • Page 54: Volume Control

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Adding/Removing Keypads Volume Control Where fitted, the Mk7 keypad/keyprox has a volume control switch marked VOL at the bottom right-hand corner of the pcb. Make sure the keypad/keyprox is powered up and adjust to the desired volume (+ or -) for buzzer functions.

  • Page 55: Self Diagnostics

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Keypad Operation Self Diagnostics The keypad has a self diagnostic feature that is used to test the operational status of the inputs and outputs of the keypad. The test is started by disconnecting the power from the keypad, then reapplying the power while pressing the ent key.

  • Page 56: Escape Key

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Keypad Operation (cont’d) Escape Key The esc key cancels any modification made to the current option and returns to the previous option level. Successive pressing of this key returns the user to the banner display. The esc key also aborts the setting routine if pressed during the exit time.

  • Page 57: Power Led

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Keypad Operation (cont’d) Galaxy 3-520 The Galaxy 3-520 has more than eight groups; these are displayed on the keypad in blocks of eight groups. Press the A or B key to display each of the group blocks. Power LED The green power LED indicates the status of the a.c.

  • Page 58: The Galaxy Keyprox

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Keyprox The Galaxy KeyProx General The KeyProx is a standard Mk7 keypad with a proximity card reader built in to the lower right corner. This allows users to set and unset the system, using proximity cards, rather than a pin. NOTE: The keyProx is not intended for use as a door control unit.

  • Page 59: Section 5: Door Control Module - Max3

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Section 5: Door Control Module - MAX Introduction The MAX is a proximity reader access control device for a single door, which can also be used for setting and unsetting of your alarm control panel. The MAX can be configured in one of two ways: Standalone In this configuration the MAX...

  • Page 60: Wiring The Max3

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Installation (cont’d) Wiring the MAX The MAX unit can be connected to the control panel in one of two ways depending upon whether it is being used in an on-line or standalone configuration. The diagrams below provides details for both configurations. The MAX relay is configured in either the NC or NO configuration depending upon the variant purchased (MX03 - Normally Closed, MX03-NO - Normally Open).

  • Page 61: Configuring As On-line Max3

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Configuring MAX Configuring a MAX Reader into the System readers can only be configured into the Galaxy system from engineer mode. Access engineer mode.Wire the MAX as per the instructions given in Figures 5-1 or 5-2 The MAX reader must be assigned as either an On-Line or a Stand-Alone module using option 63.2.2 = OPTIONS.MAX.MAX Address:...

  • Page 62: Configuring As A Stand-alone Max3

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Configuring MAX (cont’d) Configuring as a Stand-Alone MAX 1. Ensure that the MAX is connected to the Galaxy (RS485 AB line) and the MAX mode is enabled (option 63.2.1 = OPTIONS.MAX.MAX Mode). 2. Select option 63.2.2 = OPTIONS.MAX.MAX Address and press the ent key; the Galaxy searches for the MAX with the highest address (the new MAX reader).

  • Page 63: Removing A Max3 Reader From The System

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Removing MAX Readers Removing a MAX Reader from the System On-Line Mode Access engineer mode. Disconnect the MAX reader (AB line and power). Exit engineer mode. The message 1 MOD. MISSING — [<],[>] to View is displayed. Press the A or B key.

  • Page 64: Max3 Log

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Viewing MAX Events The Galaxy system has a panel dependent event log for recording the MAX activations. This log is shared by all readers on the system and operates on a first-in-first-out basis for overwriting events when the log is filled. To display the events in the MAX log select option 25 = ACCESS DOORS;...

  • Page 65: Dual Access Cards

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Dual Card Access/Focus Dual Access Cards If a user’s card number is assigned a *, then the card becomes Dual access. This means that it will not open the door on its own; it needs another PIN or card as well. If the PIN belonging to the same user has a # assigned, then that PIN must be entered first before access will be granted to that card.

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  • Page 67: Appendix A : Door Control - Max (mx01

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Installation Instructions Appendix A : Door Control - MAX (MX01) Installation Instructions The MAX box contains the following: • MAX reader (P/N MX01), • MAX facia label (P/N 21_1627), • 10-way connector block. The MAX installation sequence is as follows: 1.

  • Page 68: Mounting The Max

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Installation Instructions (cont’d) Mounting the MAX Attach the wired-up 10-way connector block to the pins on the rear of the MAX reader. Surface Mounting the MAX 1. If the wiring is not wall recessed, remove the appropriate knock-out (from the sides, top or bottom of the MAX).

  • Page 69: Configuring A Max Reader Into The System

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Configuring a MAX Reader Configuring a MAX Reader into the System MAX readers can only be configured into the Galaxy system from engineer mode. NOTE: When adding a MAX reader to a Galaxy panel ensure that there are no more than eight MAX readers connected to the RS485 (AB) line.

  • Page 70: Configuring As On-line Max

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Configuring On-Line MAX Configuring as On-Line MAX 1. Only if reprogramming an existing stand-alone MAX reader: • Put the MAX reader into the sleep mode (present the Void Master card then swipe twice with the Program Master card — LEDs 2 – 5 switch on. Refer to the MAX Installation and Operations Guide (L120).).

  • Page 71: Removing A Max Reader From The System

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Removing MAX Readers Keypad Group Restriction: To restrict the operation of the function only to groups that are common to both the card and the MAX, press the key when assigning groups to the MAX. This means that when a card with access to groups 1, 2 and 3 activates the MAX card function on a MAX module assigned to groups 2, 3 and 4, the function only operates on the common groups (groups 2 and 3).

  • Page 72: Operating Instructions (on-line Modes

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Operating Instructions Operating Instructions (On-Line Modes) The MAX must be presented with a valid user card to allow access. Opening the door while LED 2 is on activates an alarm; the buzzer sounds and LED 1 flashes until the door is closed. Activating the egress switch allows the door to be opened without activating an alarm when no card has been presented to the MAX.

  • Page 73: Max Log

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Viewing Max Events Max Log The Galaxy system has a 1000 event log (500 for 3-48) for the recording the MAX activations. This log is shared by all readers on the system and operates on a first-in-first-out basis for overwriting events when the log is filled.

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  • Page 75: Appendix B: 3 Ampere Smart Psu - P015

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Smart PSU Appendix B: 3 Ampere Smart PSU - P015 The Galaxy Smart PSU can be connected to the Galaxy control panels. The Smart PSU integrates a three ampere power supply with an eight zone Galaxy RIO. This can be used in place of a standard RIO to over- come power problems that arise when the additional RIO is fitted distant to the control panel.

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  • Page 77: Appendix C: Panel Comparisons

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Panel Comparisons Appendix C: Panel Comparisons Galaxy G3 Panel 3-48 3-144 3-520* Zones (on board to max) 16 to 48 (16 on board) 16 to 144 (16 on board) 16 to 520 (16 on board) Zone types Outputs (on board to max) 8 to 24...

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  • Page 79: Appendix D: Declaration Of Conformity

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Approvals Appendix D: Declaration of Conformity Compliance and Approvals The Galaxy 3 Series control panels are compatible with the relevant parts of the following standards: • PD6662:2003 Scheme for the application of European Standards for intruder alarm systems.

  • Page 80: En50131 Compliance

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Approvals (cont’d) EN50131 Compliance This product is suitable for use in systems designed to comply with PD6662:2004 and prEN50131-1: 2004/6 Security Grade: 3 Environmental Class: II Power Supply Type: A The built-in Telecom module is for Remote Servicing use only on Grade 3 systems. An external Grade 3 communicator or Ethernet module must be used for alarm signalling.

  • Page 81: Appendix E: Specifications

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Specifications Appendix E: Specifications Panel Specifications Mechanical (all variants) Enclosure (with PCB and transformer) Width: 440 mm Height: 352 mm Depth: 88 mm Weight: 6.4 kg Physical space for batteries 2 x 17Ah Max (not suitable for 12Ah batteries) PCB only Width: 265 mm Height: 120 mm...

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    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Specifications (cont’d) Modules Weight Order Code Galaxy Keypad (Mark VII)..............190 g CP027 Size: …………………………………....149 x 91 x 31 mm (L x B x H) Galaxy Keyprox (Mark VII)..............190 g CP028 Size................ 149 x 91 x 31mm (L x B x H) Keypads Material ...................

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    Note: The above weights and order codes are from the populated Printed Circuit Board (PCB) only. Device Quiescent Current Device Quiescent Current (mA) (mA) Galaxy 3-48C RS232 Module (E054, E055) Galaxy 3-144 4-Way Relay Interface (C037) Galaxy 3-144C General Purpose...

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  • Page 85: Appendix F: Parts List Index

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Parts List Index Appendix F: Parts List Index Produ ct N am e UK Part N o C om m e nts Produ ct N am e UK Part N o C om m e nts R eplac em ent PC B,s M A X c ard YX0-00 02...

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  • Page 87: Index

    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Index Index Installing the MAX Self Diagnostics Introduction Serial Printer Interface 3-18 ISDN Module 3-19 SPI Header 2-18 Adding a Keypad/Keyprox Stand-by Battery to the System System Architecture Addressing System Installation Addressing the RF RIO and Wiring Appendix A: Door Control (MAX )

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    Galaxy 3 Series Installation Manual Honeywell Security (UK 64) Newhouse Industrial Estate Motherwell Lanarkshire ML1 5SB II1-0033 Rev 2.0 © Copyright Honeywell Security...

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