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Installation and Operation Guide

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  • Page 1 Conettix Communications Receiver/Gate- D6600/D6100IPv6 Installation and Operation Guide...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Conettix Communications Receiver/ Table of Contents | en Gateway Table of contents Emergency Procedures Introduction About documentation Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Product Manufacturing Dates System overview Parts List Quick Installation Setting the Time and Date Card Functions and Locations D6600 Front Panel...
  • Page 4 Enhancements and Changes 11.6.2 Two-Way Auto Modes of Operation Network Communications 12.1 Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 Pre-installation Requirements 12.1.1 Setting Up the Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 over an Ethernet Network 12.1.2 Host Computer for Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 System Setup 12.2 Operation 12.2.1 Setting Up the Host Computer 12.2.2...
  • Page 5 Conettix Communications Receiver/ Table of Contents | en Gateway Troubleshooting Guide Specifications Service Information Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Installation and Operation Guide 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704...
  • Page 6: Emergency Procedures

    Contact Bosch Security Systems, Inc. at (800) 289-0096 for assistance if you have a receiver spares package and need to replace a circuit card or module. Notice! The AC/DC Power Supply Module and DC/DC Power Supply Module for the D6600 are not field serviceable. Contact Bosch Security Systems, Inc. for service. Caution! Disconnect power to the receiver before removing the CPU or CPU terminator card.
  • Page 7: Introduction

    Ethernet Communication Module B426 Operation and Installation Guide – F01U266226 Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Product Manufacturing Dates Use the serial number located on the product label and refer to the Bosch Security Systems, Inc. web site at http://www.boschsecurity.com/datecodes. The following image shows an example of a product label and highlights where to find the manufacturing date within the serial number.
  • Page 8 Conettix Communications Receiver/ en | Introduction Gateway 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704 Installation and Operation Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
  • Page 9: System Overview

    Conettix D6645 Telephone Line Terminator Card Up to seven additional telephone line cards along with seven additional line terminator cards can be installed in the D6600 to expand the receiver’s capacity to 32 receiving lines. D6600/D6100IPv6 Supported Communication Formats Acron Super Fast...
  • Page 10: Parts List

    D6600/D6100IPv6 LCD display show other receiver status messages such as software revision levels of the CPU Card. – Program the D6600/D6100IPv6 using the front panel keypad or through the COM4 port with the D6200 Programming Software package. –...
  • Page 11: Quick Installation

    Cancel– Return to the previous menu level UP/Down arrow – Scroll through the menus 15. Set the Time and Date on the D6600 (refer to Setting the Time and Date, page 13). 16. The D6600 is ready to accept calls.
  • Page 12 2 ᅳ AC power terminals 3 ᅳ AC power connector Automation PC and External Parallel Printer Connections D6100IPv6 D6600 Figure 4.2: Automation PC and External Parallel Printer Connections 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704 Installation and Operation Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
  • Page 13: Setting The Time And Date

    Quick Installation | en Gateway Callout ᅳ Description 1 ᅳ Automation PC 2 ᅳ COM3 9-pin port (D6600) 3 ᅳ COM3 9-pin port (D6100IPv6) 4 ᅳ Parallel printer 5 ᅳ 25-pin parallel port (D6600) 6 ᅳ 25-pin parallel port (D6100IPv6)
  • Page 14: Card Functions And Locations

    Callout ᅳ Description 1 ᅳ LCD – shows up to 80 characters of information (two lines of up to 40 characters each). 2 ᅳ Keypad – the D6600 has a 20-button keypad. The table below shows and defines the D6600/D6100IPv6 Power LEDs.
  • Page 15: Line Cards And Modules

    No System Trouble Any System Trouble* * Refer to Appendix B: D6600/D6100IPv6 Internal Messages in the D6600/D6100IPv6 Computer Interface Manual (P/N: 4998122703). The following items cause system trouble. The items indicated by ** can be enabled or disabled. If they are disabled, they will not cause a system trouble condition.
  • Page 16: D6600 Rear View

    Table 5.3: D6600 Line Cards and Modules D6600 Rear View The D6600 has input and output pin connector sockets for up to eight line cards, network option (if installed), and one CPU card. It also has slots for connecting these cards to their corresponding terminator cards.
  • Page 17: D6600 Internal View

    Conettix Communications Receiver/ Card Functions and Locations | en Gateway 5.3.1 D6600 Internal View Figure 5.3: Receiver Card Placement Callout ᅳ Description 1 ᅳ Conettix D6645 Telephone Line Terminator Card 2 ᅳ Backplane 3 ᅳ Conettix D6615 CPU Terminator Card 4 ᅳ...
  • Page 18: D6100ipv6 Front Panel

    2 ᅳ 23-button keypad. D6100IPv6 Rear View Line Cards and Modules The D6100IPv6 does not use the same line cards and modules as the D6600. These functions are built in. Figure 5.5: D6100IPv6 Communications Receiver/Gateway (Rear View) Callout ᅳ Description 1 ᅳ...
  • Page 19: D6600 Specific Cards

    Figure 6.1: D6640/D6641 Line Card Callout ᅳ Description 1 ᅳ 48-pin connection to D6645 Line Termination Card 2 ᅳ 40-pin connection to D6600 Back Plate 3 ᅳ LEDs (Refer to D6640/D6641 LED Descriptions, page 20) Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Installation and Operation Guide...
  • Page 20: D6640/d6641 Led Descriptions

    Conettix Communications Receiver/ en | D6600 Specific Cards Gateway Figure 6.2: D6645 Line Terminator Card Callout ᅳ Description 1 ᅳ 48-pin connection to D6640/D6641 Line Card. 2 ᅳ Alignment Guide - Stabilizes the connection and acts as a guide for connecting the terminator card to the line card.
  • Page 21 D6600 chassis. Slide the card into the D6600 chassis, wiggling the card as you push until the card is flush with the back of the chassis.
  • Page 22: D6610 Cpu Card And D6615 Cpu Terminator Card

    2.5 VDC it generates a restoral for this line. D6610 CPU Card and D6615 CPU Terminator Card The CPU card connects to the user interface on the front of the D6600 using a 50-pin ribbon cable socket.
  • Page 23: Card Removal And Replacement

    Network Ethernet Module for communicating over a network. Card Removal and Replacement Warning! Remove power to the D6600 before removing, replacing, or installing the CPU card (D6610) or CPU terminator card (D6615). Removing the CPU Card Remove power to the receiver (refer to Removing Power to the Receiver, page 26).
  • Page 24: Printer Specifications

    Refer to the appropriate Installation Supplement included with your product for the specifics of your particular installation. Use the DB25 port on the back of the D6600/D6100IPv6 rear panel to connect to a standard parallel text printer. 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704 Installation and Operation Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
  • Page 25: Installation

    Connect the supplied AC transformer wiring leads to the AC terminals on the rear of the D6100IPv6. Plug the AC cord (D6600 only) into a correctly wired 120 VAC, 60 Hz or 220 VAC, 50 Hz outlet (standard AC outlet).
  • Page 26: Rack Mount Instructions

    Notice! Ensure that a switch does not control the outlet. Turn the D6600 power switch on. The D6100IPv6 starts as soon as you plug in the AC Transformer. Set the calendar and clock to the correct date and time and program the necessary options.
  • Page 27: Power

    Connecting External Batteries Notice! Do not connect an external battery charger to the D6600/D610IPv6 or its battery. There is a risk of explosion if the battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of used batteries ac- cording to the instructions.
  • Page 28: Minimum Standby Battery

    The standby current required for the D6600 depends on the number of optional cards installed in the receiver. Use the table above to calculate the D6600 standby current. The standby current required by the D6100IPv6 is listed in the table below.
  • Page 29: Minimum Standby Ups Power

    The estimated BTU load for the system is calculated as follows: Total UPS Current (from the Calculating Standby Current table) x AC voltage x 3.4 = Estimated BTU load Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Installation and Operation Guide 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704...
  • Page 30: Input And Output Ports

    10.1.1 UPS Monitoring through CPU Programmable Input Ports Use the CPU programmable input port to connect the external UPS to the D6600/D6100IPv6 for power monitoring. Connect the monitoring port from the UPS to matching pins on the D6600/D6100IPv6 CPU Programmable Input/Output port, refer to Overview of Input and Output 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704...
  • Page 31 Gateway Ports, page 30. Set up the D6600/D6100IPv6 from Menu 2.2.27 CPU Programmable Input 1 for Input 1; Menu 2.2.28 CPU Programmable Input 2 for Input 2. Refer to the D6600/ D6100IPv6 Program Entry Guide (P/N: 4998122702) for more information.
  • Page 32: Automation Link Monitoring (com3) Through Cpu Programmable Output Ports

    Configure external devices using the specifications listed in the table below. Outputs are not verified by UL. Radionics D6615 CPU Terminator Card Bosch D6615 CPU Terminator C Solid state output provides a current sink to Solid State output provides a current sink to...
  • Page 33: D6600/d6100ipv6 Operation

    Dialed Number Identification Service (DNIS) database can be created to optimize the handshake outputs and other line card parameters. Notice! The D6600 can use only one database (DNIS or Caller ID) at a time. The D6100IPv6 does not have this feature. 11.1.2 Message Verification The D6600/D6100IPv6 checks each message for errors.
  • Page 34: How Call Groups Work

    11.1.5 How Call Groups Work The D6600/D6100IPv6 allows each line to report and print as part of a call group. The receiver assigns telephone lines, which operate in rotary, to the same call group. A call group can include any combination of incoming lines, regardless of the physical location of the line card in the receiver or the geographical location of the accounts that report to the various lines in the group.
  • Page 35: Normal Operation Mode

    Signals do not remain visible in the display. If all reporting devices fail, the D6600/D6100IPv6 reverts to Manual Mode until a device returns to service. Normally, the D6600/D6100IPv6 sounds the Operator Alert Buzzer for new events received when the automation link fails.
  • Page 36: Keypad Menu Operation

    Conettix Communications Receiver/ en | D6600/D6100IPv6 Operation Gateway Press the Acknowledge button. Repeat until the reporting device(s) record(s) all outstanding messages and the display clears. 11.4 Keypad Menu Operation 11.4.1 Log In D6600/D6100IPv6 Press the Enter button. Enter your password.
  • Page 37: Software Version Display

    Conettix Communications Receiver/ D6600/D6100IPv6 Operation | en Gateway As you correct system troubles, the receiver removes them from this list. The system trouble light is no longer illuminated. Refer to Troubleshooting Guide, page 77 for more information. 11.4.5 Software Version Display The software version display indicated the current software versions of the CPU and each line card.
  • Page 38: Busy Seconds (line Busy) Reports

    The D6600/D6100IPv6 totals the accumulated busy time and prints the Busy Seconds Report after the 10 min period ends. After at least 60 sec (10%) of busy time, the receiver generates a report. The D6600/ D6100IPv6 reports up to 100% busy time.
  • Page 39: Two-way Audio

    Private Branch Exchange (PBX) system, taking the D6600/D6100IPv6 off line for a short period. If a PBX is not used, connect a regular telephone in parallel with the incoming telephone line. When the D6600/D6100IPv6 is in Two-Way Audio Mode, the operator can pick up the telephone and undertake the two way audio operation.
  • Page 40: Enhancements And Changes

    Number in the D6600/D6100IPv6Program Entry Guide (P/N: 4998122702)). – Hold. The D6600/D6100IPv6 remains off-hook as programmed so another device can take over the line before hold time expires. (Refer to Menu Item 3.1.4.20 Hold in the D6600/ D6100IPv6 Program Entry Guide (P/N: 4998122702)). –...
  • Page 41 Conettix Communications Receiver/ D6600/D6100IPv6 Operation | en Gateway Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Installation and Operation Guide 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704...
  • Page 42: Network Communications

    (UDP) or internet protocol (IP). Use a COM4 or a COM1 connection from the D6600 to connect the Network Ethernet Module to the network. The D6100IPv6 has a built-in Ethernet module that can connect directly to the network.
  • Page 43 Administrative Software 6 ᅳ Connection - Host PC network interface 14 ᅳ Connection – Second Network card (NIC) to Ethernet hub Ethernet Module to D6600 COM 1 port (optional) 7 ᅳ Ethernet hub 15 ᅳ Connection – Ethernet hub to second Network Ethernet Module 8 ᅳ...
  • Page 44 Conettix Communications Receiver/ en | Network Communications Gateway Figure 12.2: Conettix Network System Connection diagram – D9133TTL-E/DX4020 and Bosch Control Panels Callout ᅳ Description Callout ᅳ Description 1 ᅳ Bosch Control Panels 9 ᅳ D6100IPv6 2 ᅳ Connection – control panel serial device 10 ᅳ...
  • Page 45 7 ᅳ Ethernet hub 15 ᅳ Connection – Ethernet hub to second Network Ethernet Module 8 ᅳ Connection – Ethernet hub to D6100IPv6 Conettix D6600/D6100IPv6 System Connection Diagram: ITS‑DX4020‑G and Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Control Panels. Callout ᅳ Description Callout ᅳ Description 1 ᅳ...
  • Page 46: Conettix D6600/d6100ipv6 Pre-installation Requirements

    Setting Up the Host Computer Notice! If the computer you plan to use for programming the D6600, the D6100IPv6, the D6680/ D6682, and the alarm panel network adapters is already a functioning workstation within the network you are planning to utilize, refer to Network Failover Solution (D6600 Only), page 51.
  • Page 47 D6200 Software. The D6200 Software is used to program and administer the D6600/D6100IPv6 and other devices. Separate sections are provided for setting up the host computer in Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.
  • Page 48 11. A command prompt window appears Type ipconfig and press [ENTER]. The IP configuration for the PC is returned. The following information is shown: – Connection-specific DNS Suffix – IP Address – Subnet Mask – Default Gateway 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704 Installation and Operation Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
  • Page 49 If you have chosen to program the D6600/D6100IPv6’s initial network parameters using the direct null modem serial connection, continue with the following steps. These steps are nec- essary only if the host computer running the D6200 Software is connected to the D6600/ D6100IPv6’s COM4 port using a direct NULL modem serial cable.
  • Page 50 Gateway Highlight the Communications Port (COM1) used to connect the D6200 Communications Software to the D6600 COM4 port using a direct connect null cable. Right-click and select properties from the menu that appears. The Communications Port (COM1) window appears with four tabs across the top.
  • Page 51: Network Failover Solution (d6600 Only)

    Network Communications | en Gateway 12.2.2 Network Failover Solution (D6600 Only) An installed Conettix System should have at least two D6600s and two D6686/D6682/D6680 modules to allow for a redundant backup to the first system in the event of a system Number 1 failure.
  • Page 52 Conettix Communications Receiver/ en | Network Communications Gateway Callout – Description 1 - D6600 Number 1 2 – D6600 Number 2 3 – Null Modem cable 4 – D6686/D6682/D6680 Number 2 5 – A/B Network switch 6 – Network switch 7 –...
  • Page 53: Conettix Datagram Type Differences

    To use this datagram type, program it in the following order: Confirm that D6200 version 1.20 or later is installed. Confirm that the D6600 CPU version 01.02.01 is loaded in the receiver. With the D6200 software, select Network → Network Configuration Management →...
  • Page 54: Networking And Encryption

    Neither NIM using encryption If encryption is On in the NIM at the D6600, then it must be On in the field devices. If it is Off in the NIM at the D6600, then it must be Off in the field devices.
  • Page 55 On to the second D6686/D6682/D6680. This would allow devices to be programmed for encryption without the loss of any signals or data to the D6600. This section includes information on how to use two D6686/D6682/D6680 in a system as described.
  • Page 56: Special Conettix D6600 Applications

    A decompression program that handles .zip files is required in order to open the zipped file. 12.3 Special Conettix D6600 Applications The following special application has been requested by Bosch dealers. It is included here to assist you if you have the same requirement. If you have any questions, contact Technical Support at (800) 289-0096.
  • Page 57: D6100ipv6 Configuration Setup Instructions

    Some applications might require a direct serial connection be emulated over the network. One application that would require this is where the D6600 is located on another part of the network from the Automation System. To create a direct serial connection between the D6600 and the automation system, connect the COM3 automation output from the D6600 to the two D6680s/D6682s on the system.
  • Page 58: Identifying The Mac Hardware Address

    1 minute for the computer and D6686 to acquire an AutoIP address (169.254.xxx.xxx). Open the D6200 software and select Network – Network Utilities - Network Device Setup. 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704 Installation and Operation Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
  • Page 59 D6686/D6100IPv6 IP: The IP address recorded in the previous step – FTP User Name: admin – FTP Password: PASS Click OK. Click the Open XML button, select D6100IPv6.xml, and click Open. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Installation and Operation Guide 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704...
  • Page 60 Change. The changed values show in red as shown below. All of the programmable configuration parameters show on the next page with the valid values. 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704 Installation and Operation Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
  • Page 61 IPv4 address Address must be entered here. and mask as either: 1 IP address only (192.168.1.1) gets a default mask, 2 CIDR (192.168.1.1/2 3 Explicit mask (192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0 Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Installation and Operation Guide 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704...
  • Page 62 7700 IP Port number the D6686 is listening on for (tunnel IP traffic relative to each serial port. See the 1) / 7701 failover configuration described in the D6600/ (tunnel 2) D6100IPv6 I&O Guide (4998122704). bosch tunnel 1 or 2...
  • Page 63: Configuring For Network Communication

    Press Enter again to store the value. Press Down until viewing 6 NETWORK CONFIGURATION, and then press Enter. Press Down until viewing 6.2 Network adapter, and then press Enter. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Installation and Operation Guide 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704...
  • Page 64: D6100i Configuration Setup Instructions

    Record this number for future reference. 12.5.2 Obtaining an IP Address Provide the module’s MAC address to the site’s network administrator, who then assigns an IP address for the D6100IPv6. 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704 Installation and Operation Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
  • Page 65: Initial Ip Address Assignment Using Arp.exe

    -g and press Enter. This command displays the IP address 172.17.10.70 temporarily linked to MAC address 00-20-4a-12-04-0e as shown. The temporary link shows a static entry. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Installation and Operation Guide 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704...
  • Page 66: Using Telnet To Finish The Configuration

    D6100i). Type a space after open and after the IP address. For example: open 172.17.10.70 1. The connection fails the first time. This is normal. Repeat Step 3 using 9999 as the port number. 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704 Installation and Operation Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
  • Page 67: Configuration Using Telnet

    Host Bits Netmask Host Bits Netmask 255.255.255.254 255.254.0.0 255.255.255.252 255.252.0.0 255.255.255.248 255.248.0.0 255.255.255.240 255.240.0.0 255.255.255.224 255.224.0.0 255.255.255.192 255.192.0.0 255.255.255.128 255.128.0.0 255.255.255.0 255.0.0.0 255.255.254.0 254.0.0.0 255.255.252.0 252.0.0.0 255.255.248.0 248.0.0.0 Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Installation and Operation Guide 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704...
  • Page 68 The Setup Mode information appears. Type 1 and press Enter to set up Channel 1 configuration. This information appears. 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704 Installation and Operation Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
  • Page 69 At the ConnectMode prompt, press Enter to accept the default (CC). At the Datagram Type prompt, type 00 or 02 and press Enter. At the IP addr prompt, type the remote IP address used for the D6600 to which the C900V2 reports and press Enter.
  • Page 70: Configuring For Network Communication

    12. Press [1] for automation communication through a network, or [2] for automation communication through the RS-232 COM3 port. 13. Press Cancel and press the Down button to view 6.4 D6200 Network Connections. 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704 Installation and Operation Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
  • Page 71 1. If the value is not 1, press Enter [1] Enter. 17. Press Cancel repeatedly to return to the idle stage (time and date show on the LCD). Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Installation and Operation Guide 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704...
  • Page 72: No Data Received Reports

    13.2 Data Error Data Error is a function of PSTN. It is an error condition when the D6600/D6100IPv6 receives partial data, appears on the LCD, and sends the error to a connected printer. This occurs when telephone line noise causes data to be unrecognizable.
  • Page 73: Central Station Automation System

    Notice! Some messages might remain unacknowledged (NACK) because of increased network activi- ties. This forces the D6600 to send these messages again. Refer to Network Communications, page 42 for complete details on network communications and programming. Figure 14.1: Receiver system – Direct Connect Callout ᅳ...
  • Page 74 | Central Station Automation System Gateway 4 ᅳ D6600 Receiver 5 ᅳ Connection – host PC COM Port to D6600 COM3 port Figure 14.2: Receiver System – Standard/Network Automation Callout ᅳ Description 1 ᅳ Connection – Host PC Network Interface Card to the Ethernet switch/hub 2 ᅳ...
  • Page 75: Central Station Tips

    If the meter reads above 2Ω, check your receiver ground against a third ground. If the difference is still greater than 2Ω, ground your Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Installation and Operation Guide...
  • Page 76: Radio Frequency Interference

    15.6 Radio Frequency Interference The D6600/D6100IPv6 is microprocessor based. All microprocessors are susceptible to radio frequency interference (RFI), especially at the 480 MHz and 950 MHz bandwidths used by walkie-talkies. Do not operate a walkie-talkie near a receiver.
  • Page 77: Troubleshooting Guide

    Conettix Communications Receiver/ Troubleshooting Guide | en Gateway Troubleshooting Guide The D6600 consists of several plug-in assemblies that you can easily replace in the field (components and controls on individual assemblies are shown starting in Card Functions and Locations, page 14. Symptom...
  • Page 78 Conettix Communications Receiver/ en | Troubleshooting Guide Gateway D6200 cannot D6200 serial Ensure that the cable between the PC and the D6600/D6100IPv6 is connect to the connection is null-modem. Also ensure that the cable is not damaged. Inspect all D6600/ defective, missing, or pins on the D6600/D6100IPv6, PC, and serial cable.
  • Page 79 Module for the PC running D6200 Software is on. This indicates a good network connection. If using the D6600’s COM4 to connect to the Network Ethernet Module, ensure that Menu Item 6.1.4 COM4 Network Adapter in the D6600 is set to 1.
  • Page 80: Specifications

    AC Nominal Operating 18VAC (see specific Installation Supplement supplied Range with your product for your application for supplied transformer specifics) Current Required D6600 with one line card Required battery current 800 mA installed Required UPS AC standby current 350 mA...
  • Page 81 Notice! This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A (D6600) or Class B (D6100IPv6) digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
  • Page 82 Two programmable inputs (wire harness included) – Two programmable outputs (wire harness included) – Optional: One RS-232 port (COM1) for the Network Communications expansion option (D6600 only). UL Canada – ULC (D6600 Active Protect Backup Supervision of Receiver Risk only)
  • Page 83 Conettix Communications Receiver/ Specifications | en Gateway D6600/D6100IPv6 D6600 and D6100IPv6 Listings and – D6600 Only Listings and Approvals Listings and Approvals Approvals – UL Proprietary 1076 – UL Central Station Fire (UL864) – ULC S527 Central Station Fire –...
  • Page 84: Service Information

    Service Information (EMERGENCY DATA SHEET In a central station emergency, use this information to contact the necessary people and enable Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Customer Service Personnel to help you with your emergency. Ask your supervisor to provide the following information: Supervisor’s Name:...
  • Page 85 Location of Receiver Ground Wire Connection: _____________________________________________________________________ Location of AC Power for Receiver: _______________________________________________________________________________ Location of Telephone Line Jacks: ________________________________________________________________________________ Receiver Connected to Computer System?: Yes: ________ No: ________ Automation System Manufacturer: ________________________________________________________________________________ Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Installation and Operation Guide 2012.11 | 08 | 4998122704...
  • Page 88 Bosch Security Systems, Inc. 130 Perinton Parkway Fairport, NY 14450 www.boschsecurity.com © Bosch Security Systems, Inc., 2012...

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