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Installation Instructions

T e s t S y s t e m
W e e k l y
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466-2061 Rev C
June 2004
S y s t e m
T e s t S y s t e m
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  • Page 1: Installation Instructions

    *( 6HFXULW\ June 2004 *(6HFXULW\FRP Part Number: 60-960-95 T e s t S y s t e m W e e k l y p r e s s b o t h p r e s s b o t h...
  • Page 2 4,855,713. Except expressly provided herein, the purchase of this product shall not constitute a license or otherwise provide a right to practice a method covered by any of the identified patents. GE Security hereby grants the purchaser of this product a limited, non-exclusive license to practice the methods patented in the identified patents solely with products manufactured, sold or licensed by GE Security.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents About This Manual Special Installation Requirements ......................1 UL Listed Installations..........................1 SIA System Requirements ........................2 Central Station Reporting ........................3 UL Canada Listed Installations....................... 3 California State Fire Marshall Listed Installations ................. 3 Planning the Installation Standard Panel ............................4 SuperBus 2000 Touchpads..........................
  • Page 4 SuperBus 2000 8Z Input Module (60-774)................... 18 SuperBus 2000 4-Relay Output Module (60-770)................18 SuperBus 2000 Cellular Backup Module ....................18 SuperBus 2000 Automation Module (60-783-02) ..................18 SuperBus 2000 Wireless Gateway Module (60-861) ................19 Setting Device Address on SuperBus 2000 Devices ................19 Installing an RJ-31X Phone Jack (13-081) ....................
  • Page 5 Changing Fixed Display LCD Touchpad Chime and Trouble Beep Tones ..........67 Adjusting Touchpad Display Contrast ..................... 67 Testing Audio Verification Module (AVM) Communication ..............67 Testing Cellular Backup Communication ....................68 Troubleshooting Appendix A: System Planning Worksheets Appendix B: Reference Tables Cross-Zoning............................
  • Page 6: About This Manual

    Laboratories (UL). This section describes the various component and configuration list- ings. UL Listed Installations This section describes the requirements for UL Listed installations. Basic System • Control Panel (60-960-95) • Backup Battery 12V 7 AH (60-680) ® • SuperBus...
  • Page 7: Sia System Requirements

    • Immediate Beeps set to on • UL 98 Options set to on • Receiver Failure set to on (if wireless devices are used) • Siren Verify set to on • RF TX Timeout set to 4 hours (if system includes a built in or SuperBus 2000 RF Receiver and wireless smoke sensors) •...
  • Page 8: Central Station Reporting

    Function Operation Cancel Alarm Enter Code Only (or 1 + CODE) Abort Annunciation Enabled Cancel Report Annunciation Enabled UL 1635 Digital Alarm Communicator System Same as UL 1023 & 985 plus: Note For UL 1635 installations, • AC Failure set to on Entry Delay plus Dialer Abort Delay must not •...
  • Page 9: Standard Panel

    • Up to 96 wireless or hardwired zones Standard Panel The following describe the basic panel (out-of-box) hardware capabilities. • Power: Input for an AC step-down, plug-in style transformer. • Auxiliary Power Output: Output that supplies 8.5 to 13.5 VDC with up 1.35 amps (with panel powered by 50 VA transformer) for bus devices and hardwired detectors, such as smoke and motion detectors.
  • Page 10: Snapcards

    • 4 Output SnapCard: Provides four form C relay outputs that can be set up to activate other signalling devices, based on system events, schedules, or direct control. • 4Z Input/2 Output Combo SnapCard: Provides three hardwire zone inputs, one two wire smoke detector loop, and two outputs that can be set up to activate other signalling devices, based on system events, schedules, or direct control.
  • Page 11: Determine The Panel Location

    Determine the Panel Location Note (A) Class 2, Class 3, and Before permanently mounting the panel, determine panel location using the following guidelines: power-limited fire alarm cir- cuits must be installed using • Centrally locate the panel with relation to detection devices whenever possible, to help FPL, FPLR, FPLP, or substi- reduce wire run lengths and labor.
  • Page 12 Table 1: Maximum Device Wire Length and Current Draw (Continued) Max. Wire Length Max. mA Device to Panel Draw 8Z Hardwire Zone Expander SnapCard 230 mA* 4 Output SnapCard 130 mA* 22 ga.—1,800 ft. SuperBus 2000 8Z Input Module 35 mA 18 ga.—4,000 ft.
  • Page 13: Mounting The Panel

    Table 3: Minimum Device Current Draw Device Min. mA Draw SuperBus 2000 Automation Module 30 mA SuperBus 2000 Transceiver Module 50 mA SuperBus 2000 Wireless Gateway Module 55 mA Interrogator 200 10 mA Interrogator AVM 45 mA After determining panel location, run all necessary wires to that location using the guidelines in Table 4.
  • Page 14: Identify Panel Components

    Mounting Hole SuperBus 2000 Transceiver Panel Circuit Board (under Transceiver) Knockout Knockout Phone Interface/ Voice Module Mounting Holes Figure 2. Mounting the Panel Identify Panel Before installing devices and making wiring connections, familiarize yourself with the main panel components. Figure 3 shows the three main panel components: the circuit board, trans- Components ceiver and phone interface/voice module.
  • Page 15: Connecting The Panel To Earth Ground

    Connect To Inside Terminals Transceiver Figure 4. Installing the Antennas Connecting the Panel to Earth Ground Note For best results, it is recom- For maximum protection from lightning strikes and transients, connect the lower-left circuit mended that you crimp a board screw to earth ground as shown in Figure 5.
  • Page 16: Connecting Detection Devices To Panel Zone Inputs

    Connecting Detection Devices to Panel Zone Inputs Note The panel comes with fac- Zone inputs 1 through 8 are supervised using included 2k-ohm, end-of-line resistors at the last tory programmed onboard device on each circuit. All eight zones accept either normally open (N/O) or normally closed (N/ hardwire zones.
  • Page 17: Connecting 4-Wire Smoke Detectors

    Note The Two-Wire Smoke set- 2-Wire 4-Wire ting (in program mode) must be off when using 4-wire +12V Zone 2W SMK smoke detectors. See Panel — Panel ONBOARD OPTIONS INPUTS Terminals in the section “Programming Terminals the Panel” for complete details.
  • Page 18: Hardwire Interior Speaker (60-528)

    Hardwire Interior Speaker (60-528) For interior siren applications. Connect the speaker to the panel as shown in Figure 9. Connect only the large speaker to the panel terminals 7 and 8 as shown. The smaller speaker cannot handle to output of terminals 7 and 8. To avoid damaging the speaker, the smaller speaker should not be connected to terminals 7 and 8.
  • Page 19: Exterior Sirens

    (01710) activates the output for status and alarm tones, allowing for a piezo siren connection without changing the output configuration number. It is typically used for interior siren applica- tion. For more information on output configuration numbers, see “Onboard Options Menu”. Exterior Sirens Note Piezo siren connections to...
  • Page 20: Connecting An Interrogator 200 Audio Verification Module (60-677)

    ¾ Note For unsupervised wireless siren installations: Regardless of supervised or Power up the panel (see “Powering Up the Panel”). unsupervised siren installa- Enter program mode and set the partition House Code to the desired setting (see the LIGHT tion, you must follow the menu in the section “Programming the Panel”).
  • Page 21: Connecting Alphanumeric And Fixed Display Touchpads

    Connecting Alphanumeric and Fixed Display Touchpads Alphanumeric and Fixed Display touchpads use the same color-coded wire scheme. Connect the touchpads to the panel power output and bus terminals as shown in Figure 14. GND +12V A BUS B SuperBus 2000 Fixed Display Touchpad or LCD Alphanumeric...
  • Page 22: Superbus 2000 Energy Saver Module (60-620-01)

    Phone Interface/Voice Module Terminal Strip Panel Terminals DB-8 Cord Plug RJ-31X Jack Figure 16. Connecting a Phone Line Wiring—Speaker To connect a speaker to the panel, wire the speaker to the Phone Interface/Voice Module termi- nals 6 and 7, as shown in Figure 17. Phone Interface/Voice Module Terminal Strip Not Used Figure 17.
  • Page 23: Superbus 2000 8Z Input Module (60-774)

    SuperBus 2000 8Z Input Module (60-774) Connect the SuperBus 2000 8Z Input Module to the panel as shown in Figure 19. Connect all necessary input wiring using the Installation Instructions included with module. SuperBus 2000 4-Relay Output Module (60-770) Connect the SuperBus 2000 4-Relay Output Module to the panel as shown in Figure 19. Connect all necessary output wiring using the Installation Instructions included with the module.
  • Page 24: Superbus 2000 Wireless Gateway Module (60-861)

    DB-9 Serial Cable Automation Module Circuit Board Automation Device Panel Terminals Figure 21. Connecting the SuperBus to the Panel SuperBus 2000 Wireless Gateway Module (60-861) Connect the SuperBus 2000 Wireless Gateway Module to the panel as shown in Figure 22. Module Wiring Terminals Panel Terminals UL-Listed...
  • Page 25: Connecting The Ac Power Transformer

    • If an analog line is not available, contact a telecommunications specialist and request an ana- Note Connecting the panel to an log line off the phone switch (PBX mainframe) or a 1FB (standard business line). analog line off the phone ¾...
  • Page 26: Powering Up The Panel

    Powering Up the Panel After connecting and wiring all devices to the panel, you are ready to apply AC and backup bat- tery power to the panel. The panel comes with the backup battery leads already connected to the lugs on the panel. ¾...
  • Page 27: Touchpad Button Programming Functions

    Touchpad Button Programming Functions In program mode, touchpad buttons let you navigate to all installer programming menus for con- figuring the system. Table 6 describes the touchpad button functions in program mode. Table 6: Touchpad Button Functions Button Programming Function Selects menu item or data entry.
  • Page 28: Programming Tier 1 Menu Items

    Again, arrows pointing right represent pressing B to advance forward through the menus. Press- ing A moves through the menus in reverse. Arrows below each menu represent pressing # to advance to those settings that pertain to that menu. Only when a specific menu is displayed can you advance to those settings. For example, from the menu pressing # gives you access to learning sensors, programming sensor SENSORS...
  • Page 29: Programming Tier 2 Menu Items

    Clear Memory (System Programming) Clearing memory deletes all existing programming information (except the Dealer Code). ¾ Note To Clear Panel Memory: Clearing the memory will With the system in program mode, press A or B until the display shows CLEAR MEMORY erase onboard hardwire Press # and the display shows ENTER CODE TO CLEAR MEMORY...
  • Page 30 Dealer Code (0002) Security-Global (Default = none) ¾ The 4-digit dealer code is used to prevent unauthorized persons To program a Dealer Code: from changing the programmed central station phone numbers. With the display showing , enter the DEALER CODE **** When this feature is enabled, central station phone numbers desired 4-digit code.
  • Page 31 Quick Exit (partition 1: 0012, partition 2: 0022) Security-Partition 1-2 (Default = on) ¾ This setting determines whether or not users can open and close a standard entry/exit To turn Quick Exit off or on: door without causing an alarm (while the system is armed). With the display showing QUICK (current setting),...
  • Page 32: Phones Menu

    Keyswitch Sensor (partition 1: 0015, partition 2: 0025) Security-Partition 1-2 (Default = none) ¾ This feature lets users arm and disarm the system using either a keyswitch wired to To assign a Keyswitch Sensor: a hardwire zone input or a wireless door/window sensor. With the display showing KEY- (current sensor...
  • Page 33 Phone Number (cs phone 1: 0100, cs phone 2: 0110, cs phone Phones-CS Phone 1-3 (Default = none) 3: 0120) ¾ This setting is used for programming the central station receiver phone number. To program a Central Station Phone Number: Phone numbers can be 1 to 24 digits long, including pauses or * and # charac- ters.
  • Page 34 Exception Rpts (cs phone 1: 0103, cs phone 2: 0113, cs phone Phones-CS Phone 1-3 (Default = off) 3: 0123) ¾ When this setting is on, the panel reports to the central station if the system is To turn Exception Reports off or on: not armed or disarmed at the specified schedule times.
  • Page 35 Cellular Backup (cs phone 1: 0107, cs phone 2: 0117, cs Phones-CS Phone 1-3 (Defaults: CS Phone 1 = on, CS Phone 2&3 = off) phone 3: 0127) ¾ This setting determines whether the panel uses cellular communication for To turn Cellular Backup off or on: reporting if attempts using a landline are unsuccessful.
  • Page 36 Exception Rpts (pager 1: 0133, pager 2: 0143, pager 3: Phones-Pager Phone 1-5 (Default = off) 0153, pager 4: 0163, pager 5: 0173) ¾ This setting determines whether the panel reports to a pager if the system To turn Exception Reports off or on: is not armed or disarmed at the specified schedule times, if open/close With the display showing EXCEPTION RPTS...
  • Page 37: Phone Options Menu

    Phone Number (0180) Phones-Downloader Phone (Default = none) ¾ Use this setting to enter the phone number of an off-site com- To program a downloader phone number: puter that can be used to program the panel through the phone With the display showing (current num- PHONE NUMBER line.
  • Page 38 Comm Failure (02003) Phone Options-Global (Default = on) ¾ This setting determines whether the panel activates trouble beeps to alert users on To turn Communication Failure notifi- cation off or on: the premises that communication to the central station failed. Failure notification occurs after the third unsuccessful reporting attempt to the central station/pager.
  • Page 39 Pager Delay (02008) Phone Options-Global (Default = 15 sec.) ¾ This setting determines how long a report is delayed to a To set the Pager Delay time: pager, after the panel dials the pager number. With the display showing (current set- PAGER DELAY nn SECS ting), enter a delay time (0–30).
  • Page 40 Ring/Hang/Ring (partition 1: 0212, partition 2: 0222) Phone Options-Partition 1-2 (Default = on) ¾ This setting determines how the panel picks up (seizes) the phone line. Select To turn Ring/Hang/Ring access off or on: “on” if an answering machine shares the phone line with the panel. Select With the display showing RING/HANG/ “off”...
  • Page 41: Timers Menu

    Phone Access Key (partition 1: 0216, partition 2: 0226) Phone Options-Partition 1-2 (Default = #) ¾ This setting determines which touch-tone phone button is used for system To change the Phone Access Key: access and control. With the desired partition selected, press A or B until the display shows PHONE ACCESS KEY If the Local Phone Control feature is enabled, the user can pick up the...
  • Page 42 Next Phone Test (0303) Timers-Global (Default = 7 days) ¾ This setting is used by the Auto Phone Test feature (see To set the Next Phone Test: PHONE ) to determine when the next automatic phone OPTIONS—GLOBAL With the display showing NEXT PHONE TEST nnn DAYS test should occur.
  • Page 43: Light Control Menu

    Extended Delay (partition 1: 0312, partition 2: 0322) Timers-Partition 1-2 (Default = 4 min.) ¾ This setting determines how much time the user has (after arming To set the Extended Delay: the system) to enter or exit the premises through a “designated With the display showing EXTENDED DELAY n MIN- extended delay door”...
  • Page 44: Touchpad Options Menu

    House Code (partition 1: 0401, partition 2: Light Control-Partition 1-2 (Defaults: partition 1 = 01-B, partition 2 = 02-C) 0411) ¾ This setting enables X10 controlled lights to work in a To set the House Code: selected partition without interfering with the X10 controlled With the desired partition selected, press A or B until the lights of the other partition.
  • Page 45: Reporting Menu

    Keychain TP Arm (partition 1: 0513, partition 2: Touchpad Options-Partition 1-2 (Default = off) 0523) ¾ When this setting is on, pressing the lock button on keychain To change the Keychain Touchpad Arming setting: touchpads arms the system directly to AWAY with NO DELAY. With the display showing KEYCHAIN TP ARM OFF/ON (current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 (on).
  • Page 46 Note Press # and the display shows the new setting. As with all GE Security panels, hardwire smoke detectors connected to Concord Ultra or SnapCard hardwire zones do not send restorals. Two Trip Error (06008) Reporting-Global (Default = off) ¾...
  • Page 47 TP Panic RPT FMT (06009) Reporting-Global (Default = off) ¾ This setting determines how the panel formats touchpad panic alarm To turn TP Panic RPT FMT off or on: reports to the central station. With the display showing TP PANIC RPT FMT (current setting), press 1 (off) or 2 OFF/ON When this feature is turned on, touchpad panic alarms report using the...
  • Page 48 Swinger Limit (06014) Reporting-Global (Default = 1) ¾ This setting determines the maximum number of times (1–2) a sensor or zone can go into To set the Swinger Limit: alarm (during a single arming period) before the panel automatically bypasses that sensor With the display showing or zone.
  • Page 49 No Activity (partition 1: 06103, partition 2: 06203) Reporting-Partition 1-2 (Default = off) ¾ When this setting is on, the panel sends a no activity report to the central To turn No Activity reports off or on: station when the activity timeout expires (see TIMERS—ACTIVITY TIMEOUT With the display showing NO ACTIVITY OFF/...
  • Page 50: Siren Options Menu

    Freeze Alarm (partition 1: 06107, partition 2: 06207) Reporting-Partition 1-2 (Default = off) ¾ This setting determines whether the panel reports a freeze alarm to To turn Freeze Alarm reporting off or on: the central station or pager, when the selected partition’s energy With the desired partition selected, press A or B until saver module detects a temperature that matches a predetermined the display shows...
  • Page 51: Sensors Menu

    UL 98 Options (0702) Siren Options-Global (Default = off) ¾ To turn UL 98 Options off or on: This setting determines whether the panel complies with UL 98 require- ments (4-hour trouble beep restart, 4-hour backup battery test, 4-hour With the display showing UL 98 OPTIONS OFF/ smoke (group 26) zone supervisory).
  • Page 52 • lets you view and, if desired, change a sensor group or partition assignment. EDIT SENSORS You can also identify whether a zone is wireless or hardwire, whether it is configured as Normally Closed (N/C) or Normally Open (N/O), or if the zone is a touchpad. Table 7: How to Trip Sensors Sensor Steps to Trip Sensor...
  • Page 53 Table 8: Onboard Hardwire Zone Factory Programming Zone Input Group No. & Description 13–Instant Perimeter 13–Instant Perimeter 13–Instant Perimeter Note If the panel memory is cleared, all onboard hardwire zone factory programming will be erased. Sensor Text (081) Sensors (Default = none) ¾...
  • Page 54: Audio Verification Menu

    Audio Verification Menu menu lets you set up the audio verification module (AVM) operation in AUDIO VERIFICATION partition 1. If you want audio verification for partition 2, you must install a “stand-alone” audio verification module and a 4-Relay Output Module (HOM) (60-770) output for that partition. The following sections describe the audio verification settings that appear under PARTITION 1 Audio Verify (0900)
  • Page 55: Accessory Modules Menu

    Beep Delay (0905) Audio Verification-Partition 1 (Default = 02 sec.) ¾ This setting determines how long AVM access To change the Beep Delay: beeps are delayed (0–300s, in 2-second intervals) at With the display showing , press A or B until AUDIO VERIFY OFF/ON the beginning of a 2-way audio session.
  • Page 56: Output Programming

    Device ID Acc. Modules-Bus Devices-Unit ID-Change ID (Default = none) ¾ This menu lets you change the bus To change a Device ID: device ID number when replacing With the display showing the desired bus device, press # + #. The display shows a defective bus device.
  • Page 57: Key Beeps

    Key Beeps Acc. Modules--Bus Device-Unit ID-Keypad Options (Default = on) ¾ This setting determines whether or not selected To turn Key Beeps on or off: touchpads beep when their buttons are pressed. With the display showing the desired touchpad, press # then A or B until the display shows .
  • Page 58: Onboard Options Menu

    Output Programming (output 1: Acc. Modules--SnapCards-Output Programming (Defaults: Partition Assign = all 1, Configuration Output 1 = 01400, Output 2 = 00410, 101001, output 2: 101011, output 3: Output 3 = 00903, Output 4 = 01003) 101021, output 4: 101031) This setting lets you assign a partition and a 5- This section describes how to program each of the output point configura- digit configuration number for each SnapCard...
  • Page 59 Smoke Verify (1100) Onboard Options-Inputs (Default = off) ¾ This setting controls the number of sensor group 26 (fire) zone To turn Smoke Verify off or on: trips needed to report a fire alarm. With the display showing , press # ONBOARD OPTIONS twice.
  • Page 60: Exiting Programming Mode

    Output Text (Output 1-1120, Output 2-1121) Onboard Options-Output Text-Output 1, 2 (Default = none) ¾ Use the following guidelines to “name” onboard outputs: To program Output Text: With the display showing ONBOARD OPTIONS • Use the item numbers listed in “Appendix B, Table B2” for char- press # then press B twice and the display shows acters and words.
  • Page 61: User Codes Menu

    Time (020) Time and Date (Default = 00:00) ¾ This setting lets you adjust the panel clock to To set the Time: the correct time. The panel uses a 24-hour With the display showing , press # and the display shows TIME AND DATE clock.
  • Page 62 Direct Bypassing User Codes-Reg. User Codes-User NNN (Default = off) (030nnn1 where nnn=user number 00-229) ¾ This setting determines whether or To turn user code Direct Bypassing off or on: not a specific user code provides With the display showing , press # and the display shows USER CODES REGULAR USER...
  • Page 63: Options Menu

    Latchkey Report (030nnn5 User Codes-Reg. User Codes-User NNN (Defaults: 00-05 = on, 06-229 = off) where nnn=user number 00-229) ¾ This setting determines whether or To assign the Latchkey Report attribute to user codes: not the user code causes a latch- With the display showing , press # and the display shows USER CODES...
  • Page 64: Set Up Schedules Menu

    Touchpad Brightness (042) Options (Default = 2) ¾ To adjust Touchpad Brightness: This setting lets the user lighten or darken the background on touchpad Press A or B until the display shows OPTIONS displays. Each touchpad can be set Press #, then A or B until the display shows (current setting).
  • Page 65: Attach Schedules To Events Menu

    Set Up Schedules (05XXY, where (Default = 00:00) XX=schedule 00 thru 15 and Y=start [0]/stop[1] 0 thru 8-Mon- day thru Sunday [2-8]) ¾ To set up a Time Schedule: This menu lets you set up start/stop times for each day of the week. Press A or B until the display shows SET UP SCHEDULES Press # and the display shows...
  • Page 66 Exception Reports (062nn-Open- Attach Schedules To Events (Default = off) ing, 063nn-Closing, where nn=Schedule number [0 to 15]) ¾ This setting lets you attach the Exception To Attach a Schedule to Exception Opening or Exception Closing: Opening report feature and the Exception Press A or B until the display shows ATTACH SCHEDULES TO EVENTS Closing report feature to time schedules.
  • Page 67: Attach Lights To Sensors Menu

    Arming (0660nn, where Attach Schedules To Events (Default = off) nn=Schedule number [0 to 15]) ¾ This setting lets you arm according to a time To Attach Schedules to Arming: schedule. Press A or B until the display shows ATTACH SCHEDULES TO EVENTS Press # then A or B until the display shows ARMING Note...
  • Page 68: System Version Menu

    System Version Menu menu lets you view and identify panel hardware and software. This infor- SYSTEM VERSION mation is primarily used for troubleshooting purposes. System Version (010: factory (Default = N/A) code, 011: system number, 012: system level) ¾ This menu lets you view and identify panel To view and identify the System Version: hardware and software version.
  • Page 69: Testing Zones/Sensors

    Table 9: Basic Touchpad Commands (Continued) Command System Response 3 + CODE Arms system to AWAY 2 (quick arm on) Arms system to STAY 3 (quick arm on) Arms system to AWAY 2 or 3 + CODE + 4 Arm system—No Delay (no exit or entry delay) 2 or 3 + 4 5 + 2 or 3 + CODE Arms system silently (no arming status beeps)
  • Page 70: Testing Phone Communication

    For wireless sensors that don’t respond, use an RF Sniffer (60-401) test tool to verify that the sen- sor is transmitting. Constant beeps from the RF Sniffer indicate a runaway (faulty) sensor. Remove the sensor battery(s) and replace the sensor. Testing Phone Communication Perform a phone test to check the phone communication between the panel and the central moni- toring station.
  • Page 71: Testing Outputs And Sirens

    Table 11: Pager Sensor/Zone Code and Numbers Code Sensor/Zone or User Number 001–096 Sensor/Zone Numbers 1–96 600–829 Regular User Codes 0–229 used System Master Code used Installer Code used Dealer Code used Quick Arm used Keyswitch Sensor used System Armed Itself (during service or power-up) Testing Outputs and Sirens All outputs (onboard and SnapCard) should be tested to verify configuration programming.
  • Page 72: Changing Fixed Display Lcd Touchpad Chime And Trouble Beep Tones

    ¾ Note To test the Energy Saver Module: The system must have high- Press * (status) + * (status) to display the system status, , and the present ENERGY SAVER OFF and low-temperature limits . The temperature displayed (and/or announced) should match the house TEMPERATURE nn°...
  • Page 73: Testing Cellular Backup Communication

    Testing Cellular Backup Communication Perform this test to check the cellular communication between the panel and the central monitor- ing station. ¾ To test Cellular Communication: Contact the central monitoring station to inform them that you are testing the system. Install and activate the SuperBus 2000 Cellular Backup Module.
  • Page 74 Feature Problem Action/Solution Check that the backup battery is installed correctly and the AC power transformer is plugged in. Measure the incoming AC voltage at panel terminals 1 and 2. It should read about 24 VAC. Check for 11.75 to 13.5 VDC battery voltage between the backup battery spade lugs. If the bat- tery voltage is not within this range, replace the battery.
  • Page 75 Feature Problem Action/Solution System cancels sensor bypass when you try to arm to level 2 or 3. Sensor is being bypassed before arming to 2—STAY or 3—AWAY. Arm to the desired level before bypassing a sensor. Wireless Sensor and Touchpad Batteries System indicates Sensor/Touchpad nn low battery.
  • Page 76 Feature Problem Action/Solution Check for correct wiring at speaker and panel terminals; correct where necessary. Speaker output has shut down because panel detected terminal 7 or 8 is shorted to ground. Disconnect panel AC and battery backup power. Locate short and correct. Apply panel AC and backup battery power and retest.
  • Page 77 Feature Problem Action/Solution Touchpad indicates [sensor #] supervisory and/or Sensor [sensor #] supervisory is heard. Use an RF Sniffer (60-401) to verify that sensor is transmitting. If sensor is not transmitting, check battery for low or no voltage and replace. Change mounting position of sensor (from horizontal to vertical or vice versa) and test sensor several times for consistency.
  • Page 78 Feature Problem Action/Solution Check that the module is wired correctly to the panel terminals. Verify the module LED is flashing continuously. If the LED is not flashing, remove power and check wiring. There is a 5-minute delay after the module returns control to the furnace/AC thermostat, before the module overrides the thermostat again.
  • Page 79 Feature Problem Action/Solution Module is not communicating on Bus and indicates a “Bus Failure Unit nn”. Where nn represents the Wireless Gate- way unit number. Check that the module is wired correctly to the panel terminals. Verify that the module’s red Bus LED is flashing. If not, remove power and check all the wiring. Module’s status LED’s don’t turn on after initial power-up.
  • Page 80: Appendix A: System Planning Worksheets

    Appendix A: Customer Name _________________________________ System Address _______________________________________ Planning City _________________ County ___________ State ___ Worksheets Zip __________ Phone (____) ___________ Table A1: Wireless Devices Part No. Description Qty. 60-362 Door/Window Sensor 60-741-95 Micro Recessed Door/Window Sensor 60-499 Slim Line Door/Window Sensor 60-688* Micro Door/Window Sensor 60-641...
  • Page 81 Table A2: Hardwire Devices Part No. Description Qty. Sub Total (Max.) Hardwire Sensors/Detectors 1035-N Magnetic Contact 3/8” press fit 1075-N Magnetic Contact – surface mount System Sensor models 2100D, 2100TD, 2100S, 2100TS, 2400, or 2400TH or ESL 10 mA series 429AT, 521B or 521BXT Sirens 60-736* Supervised Wireless Siren...
  • Page 82 Table A3: Zone and Sensor Assignments (Continued) Module Module Bus RF Zone Input Group Partition Zone/Sensor Text ID Number Number Concord Ultra...
  • Page 83 Table A3: Zone and Sensor Assignments (Continued) Module Module Bus RF Zone Input Group Partition Zone/Sensor Text ID Number Number Concord Ultra...
  • Page 84 Table A4: System Settings Index and Record Setting (reference) default Shortcut No. Setting Installer Programming—8 + Installer/Dealer CODE + 00 24 Hour Tamper Off 06000 AC Failure Off 06010 Access Code Lock (On) 0003 Access Timeout 90 sec 0904 Account No. 00000 0010, 0020 1_____________2_____________ Activity Timeout 24 hrs...
  • Page 85 Table A4: System Settings Index and Record (Continued) Setting (reference) default Shortcut No. Setting Exception Reports (phones) Off 0103, 0113, 0123 1_____________2_____________3___________ 0133, 0143, 0153, 1_____________2_____________3___________ Exception Reports (pagers) Off 0163, 0173 4_____________5_____________ Exit Delay 64 sec 0311, 0321 1_____________2_____________ Exit Extension On 0013, 0023 1_____________2_____________...
  • Page 86 Table A4: System Settings Index and Record (Continued) Setting (reference) default Shortcut No. Setting Phone Test On 02000 Phone Test Freq. 7 days 0302 Police Panic On 0512, 0522 1_____________2_____________ Program Report Off 06015 Quick Arm Off 0011, 0021 1_____________2_____________ Quick Exit On 0012.
  • Page 87: Appendix B: Reference Tables

    Appendix B: Reference Tables Table B1: Sensor Group Characteristics Name Application Alarm Delay √ √ Fixed Panic 24-hour audible fixed emergency buttons. Police Instant 1, 2, 3 √ Portable Panic 24-hour audible portable emergency buttons. Police Instant 1, 2, 3 √...
  • Page 88: Cross-Zoning

    Table B1: Sensor Group Characteristics (Continued) Name Application Alarm Delay √ √ √ Fire 24-hour fire, rate-of-rise heat, and smoke sensors. Fire Instant 1, 2, 3 Hardwire Output Module (HOM) lamp control or other √ √ Output Module Silent Instant 1, 2, 3 customer feature.
  • Page 89 Table B2: Item Numbers and Sensor Text Sensor Sensor Sensor Item Item # Item # Sensor Text Item # Item # Item # Sensor Text Sensor Text Text Text Text Aborted Date North Siren Daughter’s Glass Sliding Access Degrees Goodbye Smoke Active Delay...
  • Page 90 Table B3: System Event Trigger Numbers Trigger System Event Description Null Trigger (used for direct control) Activated only by schedule or direct command. Fire Alarm When Fire sirens are started. Police Alarm When Police sirens are started. Auxiliary Alarm When Auxiliary sirens are started. Any Audible Alarm When any of the above sirens are started.
  • Page 91 Table B4: Sensor Group Event Trigger Numbers Sensor Group Trigger No. Sensor Group Trigger No. Group 08 in alarm Group 25 in alarm Group 09 in alarm Group 26 in alarm Group 10 in alarm Group 27 in alarm Group 11 in alarm Group 28 in alarm Group 12 in alarm Group 29 in alarm...
  • Page 92 Table B5: Sensor Number Event Trigger Numbers Sensor Number State Trigger No. State Trigger No. Sensor 31 in alarm open Sensor 32 in alarm open Sensor 33 in alarm open Sensor 34 in alarm open Sensor 35 in alarm open Sensor 36 in alarm open...
  • Page 93 Table B5: Sensor Number Event Trigger Numbers Sensor Number State Trigger No. State Trigger No. Sensor 73 in alarm open Sensor 74 in alarm open Sensor 75 in alarm open Sensor 76 in alarm open Sensor 77 in alarm open Sensor 78 in alarm open...
  • Page 94 Table B6: System Feature Event Trigger Numbers Feature State Trigger No. Opening Report occurred Closing Report occurred Latchkey Opening or Closing occurred Duress alarm Force Armed Report occurred Fire in Partition alarm Recent Closing Report occurred Sensor Test entered Table B7: Response Characteristics Response Characteristics Description The point will remain activated for nn seconds (n is 1-12 seconds).
  • Page 95 Notes for Table B8: Response Numbers If an event does not trigger sirens, siren tracking response numbers activate without turning Note The mechanical lifetime of on the output. If sirens are triggered by another event, the output pulses to match the siren. the relay may be exceeded if If the siren cadence changes (from police to fire, for example), outputs set up for siren track- an output is set up for a siren...
  • Page 96: Appendix C: Settings

    Appendix C: Settings To Enter Programming Mode: 8 + Installer or Dealer Code + 0 + 0 Tier 1 Menus Tier 2 Menus System Programming Security Phones (Continued) CS Phone 2 CS Phone 3 Global Partition 1 Partition 2 CS Phone 1 Demo Kit On Off Account...
  • Page 97 Tier 2 Menus (Continued) Phone Options Phones (Continued) Pager Pager Pager Pager Pager Downloader Global Partition 1 Partition 2 Phone 1 Phone 2 Phone 3 Phone 4 Phone 5 Phone Phone Test Local Phone Local Phone Phone Number Phone Number Phone Number Phone Number Phone Number...
  • Page 98 Tier 2 Menus (Continued) Timers Light Control Touchpad Options Global Partition 1 Partition 2 Partition 1 Partition 2 Global Partition 1 Partition 2 Entry Delay Sup vs. Time Entry Delay Entry Lights Entry Lights Latchkey Zones Fire Panic Fire Panic 32 secs (32-240) Rndm 1:00-4:00 32 secs (32-240)
  • Page 99 Tier 2 Menus (Continued) Reporting Siren Options Sensors Learn Sensor Delete Edit Global Partition 1 Partition 2 Global Partition 1 Sensors Text Sensors Sensors Immediate Sensor Text for Sn P1 Gnn 24-Hr Tamper Opening Rpts Opening Rpts Siren Verify Delete Sensor Beeps Partition Sensor...
  • Page 100 Tier 2 Menus (Continued) Audio Verification Accessory Modules Bus Device Partition 1 SnapCards Audio Verify Unit - ID On Off Audio Mode Output Output Programming Text Fire Shutdown On Off Silent Talkback On Off Output 1 Output 2 Output 3 Output 4 Access Timeout 90 secs...
  • Page 101: Entry Delay

    Press B to Return Tier 2 Menus To Security Menu Onboard Options Output Output Inputs Programming Text Smoke Verify Output 1 Output 2 Output 1 Output 2 On Off Partition Partition Output 2 Two-Wire Smk Output 1 Assign Assign Item n On Off Item n Configuration...
  • Page 102: Specifications

    Exit Delay • The low limit on Exit Delay (0311/0321) has been changed from 48 to 45 seconds, with the default setting changing from 64 to 60 seconds. Existing versions of Toolbox will still show a low limit of 48 seconds and a default setting of 64 seconds. When setting the Exit Delay in installer program mode, entering any number between 45 and 55 will result in an Exit Delay of 45 seconds and entering any number between 60 and 71 will result in an Exit Delay of 60 seconds.
  • Page 103: System Wiring Notes

    System Wiring Note 1 Notes Class II power transformer must be plugged into an unswitched AC power receptacle. Do not short the transformer terminals together. The transformer contains an internal fuse that permanently disables the output if the terminals are shorted. Note 2 An alphanumeric touchpad is required for on-site programming.
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