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OMNI ® 624
Version 2.X
Installation and Setup Guide
N9967V3 4/04 Rev. A

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  • Page 1 FBII Security System Security System Security System Security System OMNI ® 624 Version 2.X Installation and Setup Guide N9967V3 4/04 Rev. A...
  • Page 2 The purpose of this manual is to give you a brief overview of the OMNI ® 624 control panels, and provides instructions for installing a basic system. Honeywell is always available to serve YOU. Our SALES and TECHNICAL SUPPORT staff are available to assist you in any way possible.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • SECTION 1 –...
  • Page 4 Programming Submode 4: DESCRIPTOR PROGRAMMING ............6–53 SECTION 7 – SUMMARY OF KEYPAD FUNCTIONS ..............7–1 User Functions............................. 7–1 Installer Modes ............................ 7–2 SECTION 8 – CENTRAL STATION REPORTING FORMATS ............8–1 General Information ..........................8–1 Standard (3x1 or 4x1) .......................... 8–1 Extended (3x1 Ext.
  • Page 5: Conventions Used In This Manual

    Conventions Used in This Manual • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Before you begin using this manual, it is important that you understand the meaning of the following symbols (icons) and text note.
  • Page 7: System Features

    S E C T I O N Introduction • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • System Features The OMNI ®...
  • Page 8: Special Notes

    OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide • Fire zone reset through keypad • Upload/download and remote commands • 3 methods of uploading/downloading: PC, • Glassbreak reset through keypad operator-initiated, and unattended • Bell Test, Low Battery Test, AC loss and • Paging (audio format) capabilities communications failure •...
  • Page 9: Section 2 - System Wiring And Hookup

    S E C T I O N System Wiring and Hookup • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • System Wiring Diagram 2–1...
  • Page 10: Terminal Connections

    OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide SYSTEM STABILIZATION MODE: When powering up a system that was previously armed when power was removed, the system will enter a 2-minute stabilization period. This 2-minute interval is used to allow motion detectors to stabilize. “PLEASE STAND BY” and “POWER UP DELAY” are displayed on the OMNI-LCD, OMNI-LCD-US and XK7LC keypads.
  • Page 11 Section 2. System Wiring and Hookup 3 (+) MECHANICAL BELL OUTPUT BELL 4 (–) OMNI624-001-V0 SIREN SUPERVISION (Self-Contained Siren/Speaker) - (Not for use in UL installations.) To meet the NFPA 72 requirement program Question 12, Location 3, in Programming Submode 1 for bell supervision.
  • Page 12 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide well as the power used by the keypads (23 [+] and 20 [–]) and smoke detectors (7 [–] and 6 [+]). Therefore, to determine the total power available from these terminals, subtract the power consumed by the keypads and smoke detectors. NOTE: For UL installations, total current cannot exceed 180mA including the keypads connected to terminals 20 through 23.
  • Page 13: Auxiliary Device Current Draw Worksheet

    Section 2. System Wiring and Hookup BACKUP BATTERY: The RED (+) and BLACK (–) flying leads must be connected to a 12VDC 4–7AH lead acid battery, to serve as backup power in the event of AC loss. A battery test occurs approximately every minute. Low-battery condition occurs at nominal 11VDC. The keypad AC/LOW BAT LED and buzzer will pulse slowly when a low-battery condition is detected.
  • Page 14: Wiring Information For Keypads & Other Devices

    OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Wiring Information for Keypads & Other Devices KEYPADS & OTHER DEVICES If single or multiple devices are connected on a single 4-wire or 2-wire run ("daisy chained") to the control terminals, do the following: Determine the current drawn by the unit(s) connected to the single-wire run, then refer to the Wiring Run Table below to determine the maximum wire length that can be safely used for each wire size.
  • Page 15: Section 3 - Pc Board And Keypad Mounting

    S E C T I O N PC Board and Keypad Mounting • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Mounting the OMNI624 PC Board NOTE: The door of the metal cabinet may be removed to make it easier to install the control panel.
  • Page 16: Mounting The Rf Expander Module

    OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Mounting the RF Expander Module ZR401/ZR402EU/OMNI-RF 1. Mount the receiver board on top of the RF RECEIVER control PC board as shown in the diagram at right. 2. Insert grounding lugs (supplied) into the left-hand terminals of the antenna blocks and secure them to the cabinet with the screws provided.
  • Page 17: Section 4 - System Configuration

    S E C T I O N System Configuration • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Partitioning This system provides the ability to arm and disarm 2 different areas, known as partitions, each as if it had its own control.
  • Page 18: Wireless Transmitters

    OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide detectors, plus one 2.2K end of line resistor. Any device that opens adds 2.2K to the loop causing an alarm. If the loop resistance exceeds 22K, the loop is considered tampered. If the system is set for double-balanced, this will override any individual zone settings.
  • Page 19: Relay/Trigger Outputs

    Section 4. System Configuration The 6 hardwired zones on board may be eliminated from the system to use an all-wireless system that supports up to 24 zones. The system can be programmed without skips in zone usage by assigning an offset to the first RF zone (Submode 2, Question 50, L1 and L2).
  • Page 20: Paging Feature

    OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Connect the Relay Modules as shown: DIP SWITCHES XL4705 RELAY REFER TO “DIP SWITCH ADDRESSING” MODULE TABLE FOR SETTINGS 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 CONNECT TO EARTH GND DATA CLK + 12V NO NC NO NC NO NC GROUND...
  • Page 21 Section 4. System Configuration Paging Alarms, Troubles, Open, and Close: Alarms will take priority over troubles, troubles take priority over Open, and Open takes priority over Close. For pager opening or closing to occur, the following conditions must exist: • The system must not have an alarm or trouble condition. •...
  • Page 22 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Account Event Zone/User Terminator 1234 [0, 1, or 9] [000-255] where: Opening = 0 Closing = 1 Alarm or Trouble = 9 This data is transmitted 2 times with a 5-second pause between rounds. 4–6...
  • Page 23: Section 5 - System Operation

    S E C T I O N System Operation • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Power Up/System Reset SYSTEM STABILIZATION MODE: Upon power-up of the system, if the system was previously armed, all the lights on the LED keypad(s) will turn ON momentarily or, in the case of an LCD display...
  • Page 24 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide ZONE STATUS LEDS (XK108) These LEDs display the current zone status including alarms, bypasses, and faults. Each condition will cause these LEDs to operate differently as follows: ALARMS Fast Blink (approx. 150mS ON – 150mS OFF). TROUBLES Slow Pulse (approx.
  • Page 25: Keypad Sounder

    Section 5. System Operation Slow Blink Indicates Installer programming mode Fast Blink Alarm Memory mode SUPER LED This LED/display indicates the status of supervised devices as follows: Slow Blink Bell supervision Fast Blink Zone tamper [STAY] BUTTON The [STAY] button arms the system, excluding zones programmed as Stay/AutoStay zones. This provides exterior protection of the premises while allowing full access throughout the interior.
  • Page 26: Keypad Backlight Timer

    OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide OMNI-LCD and OMNI-LCD-US: There are four modes available in the Sounder Menu. They are as follows: • On – Normal Sounder Keys (all sounds on) • Key – Only Key Clicks • Fire – Only Fire Sounder (temporal sounder – not supported by all panels) •...
  • Page 27: Keypad Addressing

    Section 5. System Operation Backlight 120s time out Backlight Always On Press [✱] key to exit this Backlight menu. Keypad Addressing This address will identify the keypad number to the control panel. A maximum of 12 keypads (OMNI- KP, OMNI-KP-US, OMNI-LCD, OMNI-LCD-US, or XK7LC,) can be identified, but the total of 12 cannot be comprised of more than 8 LCD keypads or a combination of 8 LED/fixed-word keypads.
  • Page 28 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide The system can be armed without the backup battery being connected; however, the AC/LB or BAT light will flash depending on the keypad used. Arm While Faulted: If programmed (Submode 1, Question 14, Location 2), the user can arm the system while a delay or interior zone is still faulted.
  • Page 29 Section 5. System Operation DISARMING TO DISARM: Enter any valid four-digit user code and the ARM LED will extinguish. If an alarm condition exists or occurred while the system was armed, the respective zone LED will blink rapidly. This condition is classified as Alarm Memory, and can be cleared by entering a valid user code again.
  • Page 30: User Code Programming

    OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide AUTO UNBYPASS All burglary zones that are bypassed are automatically unbypassed upon system disarm. 24-hour zones that have been bypassed will be unbypassed only if they are not violated. MANUAL UNBYPASS UNBYPASS removes an existing bypass from a currently bypassed zone. The procedure is the same as for bypass.
  • Page 31 Section 5. System Operation Level Functions Allowed Primary Master can view log and set time, assign other user codes, all system functions Secondary Master, same as primary Master except cannot change the primary Master’s code User, can arm and disarm only Limited user, same as level 3, except can disarm the system only if it was armed by another user with level 4 authority (cannot disarm if armed with user of higher authority level).
  • Page 32: User Deletion

    OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide where: User with authority level 1 or 2. MASTER USER The user that will be assigned access to other partitions. USER NO. 1, 2, or 4 Select 1 or 2 to assign access to a partition to that user. Select 4 to enable open/close paging report for that user.
  • Page 33: Quick Command Modes

    Section 5. System Operation Quick Command Modes The end user can perform the following commands (if programmed): COMMAND KEYSTROKES DESCRIPTION Change partition # 0 [code] [0, 1, Changes mapping of current keypad to the partition specified. This mode 2, or 9] displays the current armed state of both partitions.
  • Page 34 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide COMMAND KEYSTROKES DESCRIPTION Change pager number # 58 Lets the user modify the current pager phone number. Note: Once the number is changed, pager reports will go to that number until the number is changed again using the #58 command. Display/Toggle Chime The LCD keypad will display current state and provide option to toggle the current state.
  • Page 35 Section 5. System Operation MONTH = two-digit month of year (01 - 12); e.g., Feb = 02; Oct = 10 = two-digit day of month (01-31) = two-digit year 00-99; e.g., 1998 = 98; 2000 = 00 YEAR CRYSTAL ADJUST = One-digit entry that is requested if using the Crystal RTC (enabled in Submode 1, Question 13, Location 2).
  • Page 36 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Depress the [#] key to advance through the quick command listing. The system exits this mode when the star [✱] key is pressed. DISPLAY TIME: # 51 (LCD Keypads Only) Pressing [#] [5] [1] displays the current system time on the LCD keypads. NOTE: The time is set by using [#] [3].
  • Page 37 Section 5. System Operation In either case, the LCD keypads will display a prompt for each entry. On LED keypads, the sounder will beep after each entry. The auto-arm time represents the time of day that the area will automatically arm if it is not already armed. In addition, it can be programmed to arm in the STAY or INSTANT mode and an audible warning can be generated at the keypad 3 minutes prior to arming, if programmed in Submode 1, Question 28, L1 (partition 1) and L2 (partition 2).
  • Page 38 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide DOOR STRIKE is not a permitted programming option for any UL installation. CHANGE/VIEW PAGER NUMBER: # 58 If enabled (Submode 1, Question 23, L4), the [#] [5] [8] command can be used to change the pager phone number.
  • Page 39: Section 6 - System Programming

    S E C T I O N System Programming • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Programming Methods The system can be programmed using either of two methods: •...
  • Page 40: Keypad Programming

    OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Keypad Programming The programming instructions and displays within this section of the manual apply to the use of an LCD keypad. If an LCD keypad is not available, programming may also be performed using an XK108 LED or a Fixed-Word keypad.
  • Page 41 Section 6. System Programming Question Numbers = Zone LEDs: Zone LEDs 1 through 6 display the current question number (not the specific location within each question). In the above figure, the question number is the total you get when you add the values of all LEDs that are lit. Examples: Zone 1 lit, Zones 2-6 off = question 01 Zone 1 lit, Zone 2 lit, Zones 3-6 off = question 03 Zone 2 lit, Zone 3 lit, Zone 4 lit, Zones 1, 5, and 6 off = question 14...
  • Page 42 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide FIXED SUBMODE DIGITS INDICATORS DISPLAY STAY TAMPER NO AC PHONE TEST INSTANT QUESTION NOT READY BYPASS NUMBER ALARM CHIME INDICATOR FIRE TRBL PAGE SUPRVSN CANCELED OMNI624-008-V0 Submode Indicators = STAY, INSTANT, and BYPASS indicators: The STAY, INSTANT, and BYPASS indicators provide the current submode number.
  • Page 43: Installer Modes Summary

    Section 6. System Programming KEY ENTRY FUNCTION Advance to the next location within the current question; or advance to the next question if already displaying the last location in the current question. [✱] + 00–99 Go to a specific question selected by 00 to 99. [CODE] + 1–6 Enter A through F as data where: [CODE] + [1] = A...
  • Page 44 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide INSTALLER MODE 1 (INSTALLER KEYPAD PROGRAMMING) Enters the installer into keypad programming mode, which has 4 submodes (see below). To exit, simply press the [STAY] key and return to the prior panel status. To change between these submodes, press [✱] + [BYPASS] + Submode No.
  • Page 45 Section 6. System Programming INSTALLER MODE 4 (SYSTEM LOG VIEW) The system retains history of the past 128 events (alarms, troubles, openings, closings, bypasses, etc.). Upon entry to the system log view, LCD-based keypads show the events for the entire system, based on the options programmed in Question 17, Locations 1–3.
  • Page 46 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide INSTALLER MODE 8 (INSTALLER UNATTENDED DOWNLOAD) For UL installations, Installer Unattended Download may NOT be used. The control panel dials (up to 8 times) the telephone number of the CS Downloading Computer without the need to have the operator present. The CS Downloading computer telephone number (Question 01) and an unattended identification number (Question 02) in the Downloader Software will be programmed into dedicated memory locations.
  • Page 47: Data Entry Via Keypads

    Section 6. System Programming discuss the action required, and allow the CS operator to complete the request while on-line; no additional telephone call is needed. Note that the office number that is dialed should be the phone line that the downloading computer is attached to. On-line connection can be made as follows: 1.
  • Page 48 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide 4 = Zone Descriptor Programming What You See on the LCD Keypad Upon entering the installer keypad programming mode, LCD keypads Q#: 01 M1 Edit L:01 display: DATA: 1234 System The display shows: = the current question number = the submode number = the location within the question DATA: = the current value within that location...
  • Page 49: Summary Of System Programming

    Section 6. System Programming Question Acknowledgment The keypad will beep between keystrokes. In addition, a beep will be generated confirming advancement between question numbers. Four beeps will be generated if an invalid input is entered. Upon entry of an invalid input, you remain at the same question number and location as prior to the input error.
  • Page 50 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide 4-digit code of 1234 – enter 6-digit code of 123456 – enter Note that if the system is set for 4-digit codes and you enter a 6-digit code, the first two digits of the code (L5 and L6) are stored into memory but will not become active until the system is set for 6-digit codes (Submode 1, Question 12, L3) and the programming mode ends.
  • Page 51 Section 6. System Programming Q 02 SECONDARY TELEPHONE NUMBER Q 03 CALLBACK TELEPHONE NUMBER Enter the telephone number (including area code or dialing prefix, if necessary) for this control panel to reach the callback number location. The callback number is the optional location of the Downloading Software where the control panel will call during a remote communications (upload/download etc.) session.
  • Page 52 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Q 07 SECONDARY ACCOUNT NUMBER PARTITION 1 Q 08 PRIMARY ACCOUNT NUMBER PARTITION 2 Q 09 SECONDARY ACCOUNT NUMBER PARTITION 2 QUESTION 10 CS DIALER FORMAT AND RECEIVER TYPE This question defines the dialer format and receiver type for primary (CS1) and secondary (CS2) reporting.
  • Page 53 Section 6. System Programming Q 10: L2/L4 CS Receiver Type – Enter the L2 and L4 digits for the desired receiver type from the table below (checkmark indicates the option is selected). L2/L4 FORMAT PULSE SPEED HANDSHAKE FREQUENCY Entry* 10 PPS 20 PPS 40 PPS 1400 HZ 2300 HZ PARITY TYPICAL CS RECEIVER ✔...
  • Page 54 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide 1 and central station 2 until contact is established or the maximum number of dialing attempts (see Question 11, Location 3) expires. Dual: Events will be sent to both central station phone numbers. Split Reporting: If split reporting is enabled, then all reports other than openings and closings will be sent to CS#1.
  • Page 55 Section 6. System Programming Q 11, L4 Restore Reporting – Enter the digit for the type of Restore reports to be sent. Program the actual trouble Restore report code in Submode 2, Question 44, Location 4. Program the actual zone Restore report code in Submode 2, Question 44, Location 2.
  • Page 56 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Q 12, L2 – Enter the digit for the desired options from the table below. 4705 Relay Enable: Enables the Relay Module. If used, the XL4705 Relay RF Receiver Entry Enable Used system’s built-in triggers 3 and 4 will no longer be available as triggers.
  • Page 57 Section 6. System Programming Bell/Siren Supervision – Select this option to comply with NFPA 72 requirements. If selected, the bell/siren will be supervised for an open circuit across the alarm sounder output terminals. If a fault is detected, the keypad will display a bell supervision condition. Q 12, L4 –...
  • Page 58 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Q 13, L1 – Enter the L1 digit for the desired user options from the table below. User On-line: Allows Quick Command User Users 31, No Code for Door Users Entry On-line 32 Duress Door Strike 20–30 downloading (#9) while on the telephone with the central station.
  • Page 59 Section 6. System Programming Q 13, L3 – Enter the L3 digit from the table below. Supervision Pager Attempts Time (Hours) 20M/ Entry ✔ disabled Pager attempts: This sets the number of times the ✔ ✔ system will send a report to a pager. ✔...
  • Page 60 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide QUESTION 14 ARMING OPTIONS This question defines arming options. Enter the digits as follows: Q 14, L1 – Enter the L1 digit from the table below. Stay Arms Stay: If enabled, the system will arm in the Stay- No FOB Instant...
  • Page 61 Section 6. System Programming Q 14, L3 – Enter the L3 digit from the table below. Disable Arm Disable Arm Exit Disable Arming: If selected, the respective partition Entry Partition 1 Partition 2 Extends cannot be armed. See Submode 2, Question 48, L1/L2 for entering the report code (must be “DD”) that is sent ✔...
  • Page 62 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide QUESTION 15 SOUND OPTIONS This question defines sounder and bell options. Enter the digits as follows: Q 15, L1 – Enter the L1 digit from the table below. Fob/Key Arm Bell Disarm Fast Entry Ding Ding Ding Ding...
  • Page 63 Section 6. System Programming Q 15, L3 – Enter the L3 digit from the table below. Phone Fail Enable: If selected, the phone Phone Fail Phone Fail Phone Fail Bell Ring Entry Enable Sounder Bell Cancel line is monitored. If the phone line is not detected for approximately 4 minutes, a phone fail message will be displayed, and, if ✔...
  • Page 64 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide QUESTION 16 DISPLAY OPTIONS This question defines display options. Enter the digits as follows: Q 16, L1 – Enter the L1 digit from the table below. Armed Bypass Display Fault No AC Loss Manual Armed Bypass Display: If Entry Display On Entry...
  • Page 65 Section 6. System Programming Q 16, L3 – This location selects the type of clock displays. Enter the L3 digit from the table below. Clock Day/Month Display Display Clock: Shows time in 24-hour format, Entry AM/PM 24hr mm/dd dd/mm Time Clock Fail 00–23 hours.
  • Page 66 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Q 17, L1 – Enter the L1 digit from the table below. Event Log Enable #53 Log Log Zone Log Zone Entry by Part. / All Command Alarms Troubles ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ By Part. / All: If selected, only the events having occurred in the partition ✔...
  • Page 67 Section 6. System Programming Q17, L3 – Enter the L3 digit for the desired events to be recorded in event log L3 Entry Log RF Battery Log RF Supervision Log Tamper Log Bypass ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔...
  • Page 68 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Q 18, L3 – AC Dial Delay AC loss reporting time may be delayed in 15-minute increments for values 1–F. Zero selects random delay, which can be anywhere between 10 and 225 minutes. Enter AC loss dial delay from the table below.
  • Page 69 Section 6. System Programming L1-L2 Exit L1-L2 Exit Entry Timeouts Entry Timeouts 4 MINUTES, 30 SECONDS 1 MINUTE, 20 SECONDS NOTE: Entry delay time- 10 SECONDS 1 MINUTE, 30 SECONDS outs are selected for each 20 SECONDS 1 MINUTE, 40 SECONDS partition in questions 20–...
  • Page 70 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Q 22 TEST REPORT TIME Hours (00-23) Minutes (00- This question sets the central station test time. L1/L2: Enter hour 00–23 by entering the first digit of the hour (0–2) in L1 and the second digit (0–9) of the hour in L2.
  • Page 71 Section 6. System Programming Q 23, L4 – Pager Enables for Partitions and Follow Me Enable User Enable User Enable #58 Enable User Page Part. 1–2: If selected, the open Entry Page Part. 1 Page Part. 2 Follow Me and/or close events selected in L1–L2 above will be ✔...
  • Page 72 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Q 24, L4 – Jam Enable, Jam Type, Jam Detection Action This question defines if the system should detect a jam signal from the RF receiver, and if detected, determines the type of jamming to be recognized and the action to be performed (sounder or bell). RF Jamming has not been evaluated by UL.
  • Page 73 Section 6. System Programming For L1 and L3, make selections from the table below (L1 = 1 & 3 keys; L3 = 7 & 9 keys). Sounder Options Relay Options L1/L3 Burg. Mom. Mom. Entry Silent Keypad Bell Temporal Relay Seconds Minutes Toggle...
  • Page 74 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide For L1, make selections from the table below. Sounder Options Relay Options L1/L3 Burg. Mom. Mom. Entry Silent Keypad Bell Temporal Relay Seconds Minutes Toggle ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔...
  • Page 75 Section 6. System Programming L1-L2 Auto- Audible Arm Instant Stay Entry Warning Arming Arming Auto-arm: Arms the system in AWAY mode at time specified in Programming Submode 1, Questions 29 ✔ and 30 for partitions 1 and 2, respectively. ✔ ✔...
  • Page 76 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide QUESTION 31 NOT USED QUESTIONS 32–43 TRIGGER/RELAY TYPES These questions set relay and trigger types. Momentary trigger times in seconds or minutes for each partition are set in Questions 65 and 66. Each trigger definition requires 2 locations to define its operation. L1 defines the partition in addition to the type that the trigger is to respond to.
  • Page 77 Section 6. System Programming P2 Relay Type Description Key Tamper, mom. Sec By partition, if 21 keys are entered without a valid code, keypad tamper activates momentarily for the number of seconds programmed for that partition. Duress Code, mom. Sec By partition, momentary output based on Seconds.
  • Page 78 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide c. If type 29 is assigned to relay 1, relay 1 is energized by an alarm condition on zone 21. Q 32 RELAY 1 and 2 TYPES Q 33 RELAY 3 and 4 TYPES Relay 1 Relay 2 Relay 3 Relay 4...
  • Page 79 Section 6. System Programming Q44–45 L1 Enable LCD keypad addresses 5–8. Q44–45 L2 Enable LCD keypad addresses 1–4. LCD Keypad Address LCD Keypad Address Entry Entry ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔...
  • Page 80 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide QUESTIONS 46–48 NOT USED QUESTIONS 49–64 KEYFOB BUTTON FUNCTIONS and USERS The following odd-numbered questions set the RF keyfob button functions. The even-numbered questions assign the partition in which the keyfob functions and the associated users for open/close reporting.
  • Page 81 Section 6. System Programming Q 55 KEYFOB 4 FUNCTIONS Q 56 KEYFOB 4 USER Button 1 Button2 Button 3 Button 4 Arm Part. User number Q 57 KEYFOB 5 FUNCTIONS Q 58 KEYFOB 5 USER Button 1 Button2 Button 3 Button 4 Arm Part.
  • Page 82 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide QUESTIONS 67–68 OPEN/CLOSE CENTRAL STATION REPORT DISABLES These questions set the open/close report to central station option for each user. Users are normally enabled for open/close reporting. Selecting the option for a user disables the open/close central station report for that user.
  • Page 83: Programming Submode 2: Zone Programming / Report Codes

    Section 6. System Programming Q 68 OPEN/CLOSE REPORT DISABLES FOR USERS 17–32 17-20 21-24 25-28 29-32 Q 68, L1 Users 17–20 Open/Close Report Disable Q 68, L2 Users 21–24 Open/Close Report Disable User User User User User User User User Entry Entry ✔...
  • Page 84 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide QUESTIONS 01–24 ZONE TYPES AND ATTRIBUTES Zone Part./ silent/ stay/chime Type config swing dial delay These questions are used to program zone information. Use the separate Programming Form to enter the actual values for each zone. For each of the following questions, enter the digits as follows: L1: –...
  • Page 85 Section 6. System Programming L2: – Partition, zone configuration, supervision options Partition: Select the partition in which Partition Hardwire Loop Type Wireless Supervision Entry the zone is located. Supervise Tamper ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ Hardwire Loop Type – If this is a hardwire zone, select the type of loop.
  • Page 86 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Typical Question 01–24 Layout Zone Part./ silent/ stay/chime Type config swing dial delay Q 01 ZONE 1 (type/attributes) Q 13 ZONE 13 (type/attributes) Q 02 ZONE 2 (type/attributes) Q 14 ZONE 14 (type/attributes) Q 03 ZONE 3 (type/attributes) Q 15 ZONE 15 (type/attributes) Q 04 ZONE 4 (type/attributes) Q 16 ZONE 16 (type/attributes)
  • Page 87 Section 6. System Programming QUESTIONS 37–49 SYSTEM REPORT CODES digit 2 digit 1 digit 2 digit event “a” event “b” These questions enable the reporting of the event indicated on the EEPROM map if the value is not “A” for single-digit events or “AA” for double-digit events. Selections can be 0–9, A–F. Refer to Section 8: Central Station Reporting Formats for details on Contact ID ®...
  • Page 88 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide QUESTION 50 FIRST RF ZONE/FIRST DOUBLED ZONE First RF Zone First Doubled Zone This question sets the first RF zone and the first hardwire doubled zone (doubled zone has not been evaluated by UL). Enter digits as follows: L1: Enter the first digit of first RF zone number (wireless zone numbers must start after the last hardwire zone).
  • Page 89: Programming Submode 3: Wireless Transmitter Programming

    Section 6. System Programming L1/L2: First and second digit, respectively, of first zone of crossed zone group 1 L3/L4: First and second digit, respectively, of second zone of crossed zone group 1 Example: Locations 1, 2 = 11; Locations 3, 4 = 23. This results in a cross between zones 11 and 23. Q 53 CROSSED ZONES TIME This option sets the time period (number of seconds) in which both zones in a cross zone group must be faulted for an alarm to be sent.
  • Page 90 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide NOTE: When using multiple zones (loops) on a transmitter, the first zone number will contain the transmitter information and the following zones are automatically assigned and will contain zeros. For example, if you enter 2 in L1 and the first zone is number 15, zone 16 will automatically be assigned and will contain zeros.
  • Page 91: Programming Submode 4: Descriptor Programming

    Section 6. System Programming Q 25 KEYFOB 1 CONFIGURATION/SERIAL NUMBER Q 26 KEYFOB 2 CONFIGURATION/SERIAL NUMBER Q 27 KEYFOB 3 CONFIGURATION/SERIAL NUMBER Q 28 KEYFOB 4 CONFIGURATION/SERIAL NUMBER Q 29 KEYFOB 5 CONFIGURATION/SERIAL NUMBER Q 30 KEYFOB 6 CONFIGURATION/SERIAL NUMBER Q 31 KEYFOB 7 CONFIGURATION/SERIAL NUMBER Q 32...
  • Page 92 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide These questions allow you to enter up to 16-digit descriptors for each zone. Each digit corresponds to a single descriptor character. Use the separate Programming Form to enter the actual descriptors for each zone. Descriptor For: Descriptor For: Descriptor For: Descriptor For:...
  • Page 93: Section 7 - Summary Of Keypad Functions

    S E C T I O N Summary of Keypad Functions • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • User Functions ARMING/DISARMING ......
  • Page 94: Installer Modes

    OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Installer Modes KEYPAD PROGRAMMING ....[CODE] + [✱] + installer code + [1] + 1–4 submode DEFAULT USER CODES...... [CODE] + [✱] + installer code + [1] + 1–4 submode; then press [7] and [9] at the same time PROGRAM REVIEW MODE....
  • Page 95: Section 8 - Central Station Reporting Formats

    S E C T I O N Central Station Reporting Formats • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • General Information This security system is designed to transmit data to a central station receiver when an alarm, system trouble, or an opening/closing occurs.
  • Page 96: Extended (3X1 Ext. Or 4X1 Ext.)

    OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide 4x1 w/o PARITY 4x1 w/PARITY 1234 3 (1st round) 1234 3 2 (single round) 1234 3 (2nd round) 1234 3 (resulting data) 1234 3 (resulting data) Parity is a number derived automatically by the dialer utilizing a mathematical formula (modulo 15).
  • Page 97: 3X2 Or 4X2

    Section 8. Central Station Reporting Formats The Partial Extended format is a combination of both the Standard and Extended formats. It transmits in Pulse a standard message for alarm conditions and an extended message for restores and other system conditions. To report a standard message, enter a numerical digit (0 - 9) in the first of the 2- digit reporting code;...
  • Page 98: Ademco 4X1 Express

    OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide the conventional pulse formats, since it uses DTMF (touch-tones) instead of pulses to transmit the data and it always sends a parity digit. For alarms, openings and closings, the Alarm Type digit will be the same as the Signal Type. This indicates the type of activity or condition that has occurred.
  • Page 99: Ademco Contact Id

    Section 8. Central Station Reporting Formats ADEMCO Contact ID ® The Contact ID Reporting Format: AAA 18 QXYZ GG ZZZ, where: AAAA = Four-digit account number (Submode 1, Questions 06–09) 18 = Uniquely identifies this format to the receiver and to an automation system but is not displayed or printed Q = Event qualifier, which gives specific event information 1 = New Event or Opening...
  • Page 100 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide FIRE ZONE TYPES EVENT ENGLISH OUTPUT AT EVENT ENGLISH OUTPUT AT DIGIT CODE CS RECEIVER DIGIT CODE CS RECEIVER Fire Alarm General Alarm Smoke 24-Hour Non-Burg Combustion High Temperature Water Flow Low Temperature Heat Fire Supervisory Pull Station Low H O Pressure...
  • Page 101 Section 8. Central Station Reporting Formats KEYPAD ZONES (Fire*, Panic*, Aux.*, Ambush) EVENT ENGLISH OUTPUT AT EVENT ENGLISH OUTPUT AT CODE CS RECEIVER CODE CS RECEIVER DIGIT DIGIT Medical Silent Panic Pendant Transmitter Audible Panic Fire Alarm Burglary Smoke 24-Hour Alarm Combustion General Alarm Flame...
  • Page 102 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide 8–8...
  • Page 103: Section 9 - Troubleshooting

    S E C T I O N Troubleshooting • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY...
  • Page 104 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide 9–2...
  • Page 105: Section 10 - Regulatory/Limitations Statements

    S E C T I O N Regulatory/Limitations Statements • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • RADIO FREQUENCY EMISSIONS STATEMENTS FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC) Part 15 This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules.
  • Page 106: Telephone Operational Problems

    OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide TELEPHONE/MODEM INTERFACE STATEMENTS (continued) RINGER EQUIVALENCE NUMBER NOTICE The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) assigned to each terminal device provides an indication of the maximum number of terminals allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all the devices does not exceed 5.
  • Page 107: Limitations Of This System

    Section 10. Regulatory/Limitations Statements LIMITATIONS OF THIS SYSTEM While this system is an advanced design security system, it does not offer guaranteed protection against burglary, fire, or other emergency. Any alarm system, whether commercial or residential, is subject to compromise or failure to warn for a variety of reasons.
  • Page 108 OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide • This equipment, like other electrical devices, is subject to component failure. Even though this equipment is designed to last as long as 20 years, the electronic components could fail at any time. The most common cause of an alarm system not functioning when an intrusion or fire occurs is inadequate maintenance.
  • Page 109: Section 11 - Ce Low Voltage Directive

    S E C T I O N CE Low Voltage Directive • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Cabinet Assembly Instructions This notice provides instructions, which you must follow to insure compliance with the CE Low Voltage Directive when installing your control panel.
  • Page 110: O560 Declaration Of Conformity

    CABINET ASSEMBLY OVERVIEW Mains and Transformer Wiring Connections 1. Connect the control panel’s AC input screw terminals to the transformer’s 12V secondary screw terminals. 2. Connect the incoming mains wires to the transformer’s 230V mains screw terminals. Telephone and Low Voltage Wire Connections 1.
  • Page 111: Limited Warranty

    Seller shall have no obligation under this Limited Warranty or otherwise if the product(s) is altered or improperly repaired or serviced by anyone other than Honeywell factory service. For warranty service, return product(s) transportation prepaid, to Honeywell Factory Service, 165 Eileen Way, Syosset, New York 11791.
  • Page 112 165 Eileen Way, Syosset, New York 11791 Copyright © 2004 Honeywell International Inc. www.honeywell.com/security ÊN9967V3(Š N9967V3 4/04 Rev. A...