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Intruder Alarm Control Panel
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  • Page 1

    TS2500 Intruder Alarm Control Panel SYSTEM OPEN 17:30 01 Jan Sett ing the Syst em E n t er y ou r pa s s c o de X X X X th en l ea v e th e p r o tec t e d a re a.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Overview Glossary of Terms ..........1 Introduction .

  • Page 3: Glossary Of Terms

    Overview Glossary of Terms Alarm Receiving Centre A permanently manned monitoring station used to receive alarm signals from an alarm system. Chime A facility which allows selected detection circuits to generate a two tone sound when triggered. Detection Circuit All detection devices, (e.g. magnetic contacts, movement sensors) are connected to detection circuits.

  • Page 4

    Overview Glossary of Terms Master User The user(s) who has the authority for assigning new users to the alarm system. Modem A device for transmitting and receiving data to and from a computer via the telephone line. Omit To intentionally exclude the monitoring of one or more detection circuits when setting the alarm system.

  • Page 5: Introduction

    Overview Introduction The TS2500 is an advanced security alarm control system using state of the art electronics to provide comprehensive but flexible protection for both large domestic and commercial premises. The system comprises of a number of components linked to a central control unit which is concealed from view but accessible for maintenance.

  • Page 6: Circuits & Wards

    Warehouse Ward E or unset that ward. Ward D The TS2500 can be broken down into 16 wards, each ward is identified using the Workshop letters A - P. When the system is part set the Ward E display will show which wards are currently set.

  • Page 7: Communication Devices

    Overview Communication Devices Remote Signalling Your alarm system may be fitted with a digital communicator or RedCARE unit. The device is connected to your telephone line and in the event of an alarm activation, the device will signal the alarm condition to the alarm receiving centre.

  • Page 8: Remote Keypads

    Overview Remote Keypads Your alarm system can be operated from one or more remote keypads, which will have been strategically located within the protected premises. Arming station  Ž The r emo te arming station can only be used to set and unset the ...

  • Page 9: Lcd Keypad

    Overview Remote Keypads The LCD remote keypad is the only keypad that will display full information. Any kind of programming or testing of the system, must be done using this type of keypad. LCD Keypad  SYSTEM OPEN Œ 17:30 Thu 01 Jan Ž...

  • Page 10: Operation

    4 or 6 digit passcode. Every time you wish to use the system your passcode must be entered correctly. User Types The TS2500 can have up to 199 separate users each user is assigned a passcode, an access level and wards. User Menus The system has 4 users menus, with each menu having between 9 and 12 options.

  • Page 11: Using The Set/unset Menu

    Operation Using the Set/Unset Menu The set/unset menu is displayed whenever you enter your passcode. Pressing whilst the menu is displayed will return the system to its original state. The set/unset menu has several options, however, only options that are relevant will be displayed, e.g.

  • Page 12: Setting Your Ward(s)

    Operation Setting Your Ward(s) Setting of wards can only be performed at a valid remote keypad. If you attempt to set a ward from an invalid remote keypad the display will show: Cannot 'SET' from this keypad. Before attempting to set your ward, ensure all doors and windows are securely closed and the wards to be protected are vacated.

  • Page 13

    Operation Setting Your Ward(s) If your user code is assigned to more than one ward, you may be able to select the wards that you want to set after selecting the SET WARDS option. At the remote keypad enter your SYSTEM OPEN 17:30 Sun 01 JAN passcode.

  • Page 14: Setting With Circuits In Fault

    Operation Setting with Circuits in Fault When starting the exit procedure, any active circuits, will cause the panel to enter into a fault mode. Whilst in this mode, the exit procedure is temporarily suspended. At the remote keypad enter your SYSTEM OPEN 17:30 Sun 01 JAN passcode.

  • Page 15: Unsetting Your Ward(s)

    Operation Unsetting Your Ward(s) Unsetting of wards can only be performed at a valid remote keypad. If you attempt to unset a ward from an invalid remote keypad the display will show: Cannot 'UNSET' from this keypad. Enter the protected area via the designated entry point, the internal sounder will sound.

  • Page 16

    Operation Unsetting Your Ward(s) If your user code is assigned to more than one ward you may be able to select the wards that you want to unset. Enter the protected area via the AB....17:30 Sun 01 JAN designated entry point, the internal sounder will sound.

  • Page 17: Part Setting The System

    Operation Part Setting the System The TS2500 can store up to 10 pre-defined part set groups, each group is allocated a combination of wards, e.g. "PART SET GROUP 1" could be allocated wards A and C, whereas "PART SET GROUP 2" could be allocated wards A and B etc.

  • Page 18: Part Unsetting The System

    Operation Part Unsetting the System The TS2500 can store up to 10 pre-defined part set groups, each group is allocated a combination of wards, e.g. "PART SET GROUP 1" could be allocated wards A and C, whereas "PART SET GROUP 2" could be allocated wards A and B etc.

  • Page 19: Setting With Circuits Omitted

    Operation Setting with Circuits Omitted If you have configured the alarm system to omit one or more circuits, you may set your wards with those circuits omitted. For details on selecting the circuits to be omitted, see "Omitting Circuits" on page 29. If no circuits are selected the option to "SET WITH OMITS"...

  • Page 20: Viewing Error Circuits

    Operation Viewing Error Circuits If during the setting procedure one or more circuits remain active, the alarm system will SET FAIL:- A....fail to set. The internal sounder will sound and the external strobe will flash. Before the alarm system can be successfully set you must ensure that the circuits that SET FAIL:- caused the "SET FAIL"...

  • Page 21: Unsetting After An Alarm

    Operation Unsetting after an Alarm If an alarm has occurred whilst the system was set, the display will indicate the cause of the alarm when you unset the system. Once the cause of the alarm has been established the system must be reset, see "Resetting after an Alarm"...

  • Page 22: Resetting After An Alarm

    Operation Resetting after an Alarm Each ward can be configured to be reset by one of the following methods: User Reset Full alarms generated in a ward that is configured as user reset can be reset by any user that has access for that ward. From step 5 of "Unsetting after an Alarm": At the designated remote keypad enter ALARM 2002...

  • Page 23: Remote Reset

    Operation Resetting after an Alarm Remote Reset Full alarms generated in a ward that is configured as remote reset can be reset by the engineer or the user via the exchange of unique passcodes. From step 5 of "Unsetting after an Alarm". ALARM 2002 At the designated remote keypad enter 15:00.30 01/01...

  • Page 24: User Menu 1

    User Menu 1 Introduction User menu 1 is accessed by entering your passcode followed by There are 9 menu SYSTEM OPEN 17:30 Sun 01 JAN options and access to these options will ? ? ? ? depend on your access level. User menu 1 Each option has a "hotkey"...

  • Page 25: Testing Bells & Sounders

    User Menu 1 Testing Bells & Sounders This option allows you to periodically test the external sounders (bell and strobe) and internal sounders. At the remote keypad enter your SYSTEM OPEN 17:30 Sun 01 JAN passcode followed by ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Press followed by to select the bell...

  • Page 26: Walk Testing Circuits

    User Menu 1 Walk Testing Circuits This option allows you to periodically test the operation of detection circuits. You can only SYSTEM OPEN select or deselect the wards that you have 17:30 Sun 01 JAN access to. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? At the remote keypad enter your User menu 1 Select option :-...

  • Page 27: Use Remote Reset

    User Menu 1 Use Remote Reset The remote reset option allows you to reset your alarm via the exchange of unique passcodes. The remote reset procedure is fully covered on page 17. If you select this option when the system does not require resetting the display will show "Remote reset is not required".

  • Page 28: Changing Your Passcode

    User Menu 1 Changing Your Passcode This option allows you to change your own passcode. At the remote keypad enter your SYSTEM OPEN passcode followed by 17:30 Sun 01 JAN ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Press followed by to select the User menu 1 change passcode option.

  • Page 29: Selecting Chime

    User Menu 1 Selecting Chime This option allows you to enable or disable the chime feature for your wards. If a ward has the chime feature enabled, detection circuits that have been programmed as "Chime" will generate a chime tone when activated.

  • Page 30: Omitting A 24hr Group

    User Menu 1 Omitting a 24hr Group SYSTEM OPEN This option allows you to omit a group of 24hr 18:00 Sun 01 JAN detection circuits. The group is pre-defined ? ? ? ? ? ? ? by the master user or alarm company. User menu 1 Select option :- At the remote keypad enter your...

  • Page 31: Omitting Circuits

    User Menu 1 Omitting Circuits Occasionally it may be necessary to omit detection circuits when setting your ward, SYSTEM OPEN 17:30 Sun 01 JAN e.g. to leave door open that would normally be protected. This option allows you to ? ? ? ? ? ? ? select which circuits are to be omitted.

  • Page 32: Silent Set Wards

    User Menu 1 Silent Set Wards This option allows you to configure which wards will set silently, i.e. no exit tone when setting the selected ward. The wards that you select will remain configured as "silent set" until you deselect them using this menu option.

  • Page 33: Set/unset Menu

    User Menu 1 Set/Unset Menu Normally the set/unset menu is displayed whenever you enter your passcode. This option allows you to access the menu whilst user menu 1 is selected. SYSTEM OPEN 17:30 Sun 01 JAN The set/unset menu has several options, ? ? ? ? ? ? ? however, only options that are relevant will be displayed, e.g.

  • Page 34: Selecting User Menu 2

    User Menu 1 Selecting User Menu 2 User menu 2 is accessed by pressing whilst User menu 1 "User menu 1 Select option :-" is displayed. Select option :- To leave user menu 2 and return to user menu 1 simply press the key.

  • Page 35: Fault Finding

    Fault Finding Display Messages Unset alarms & These messages can occur when your ward Faults is unset, if accompanied with an internal alarm they can be silenced by entering your passcode. Your alarm system is fitted with a remote PHONE LINE FAULT signalling device which is reporting a telephone 12:00 Sun 01 JAN line fault.

  • Page 36: Display Messages

    12:00 Sun 01 JAN accessed. Press to display which wards are currently isolated. The TS2500 has an auto-set feature which will ! AUTO SETTING ! automatically set and unset specified wards at 12:00 Sun 01 JAN pre-programmed times, This message is...

  • Page 37: Display Messages

    SYSTEM IS BUSY cannot use your keypad until this message has PLEASE WAIT cleared. The TS2500 has an high security feature which HI SECURE UNSET can be applied to any ward. When the ward is 12:00 Sun 01 JAN unset the remote keypads display "HI SECURE UNSET"...

  • Page 38

    Sorry,cannot set timer. Contact your alarm company for further Payment Required advice. The TS2500 has a code lock feature which can Sorry, Your code be applied to selected users. When the code is locked out lock is in operation the selected users cannot use their passcode to set or unset their wards.

  • Page 39: Records

    Records System Details Wards Setting Entry Time Exit Time Setting Mode Bell Delay Bell Time User Reset Eng. Reset Rem. Reset Wards Setting Entry Time Exit Time Setting Mode Bell Delay Bell Time User Reset Eng. Reset Rem. Reset Set with Line Fault Set with Mains Off 4 or 6 digit passcode Automatic Omitting...

  • Page 40: User Details

    Records User Details Name Type Wards Auto-set Auto-Unset Engineer A - P Master...

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    Records User Details Name Type Wards Auto-set Auto-Unset...

  • Page 42: Circuit Details

    Records Circuit Details Location Omit Chime Wards...

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    Records Circuit Details Location Omit Chime Wards...

  • Page 44

    Records Circuit Details Location Omit Chime Wards...

  • Page 45

    Records Circuit Details Location Omit Chime Wards...

  • Page 46: Service Record

    Records Service Record Date Engineer Action...

  • Page 47: Installer Information

    Records Installer Information Installation Engineer: Installation Company: Address: Telephone No: Reset Message: Alarm Receiving Centre: Telephone No: Rem. Reset Message:...

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