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Easy Series (ICP-EZM2)
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Intrusion Control Panel

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    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) Installer Guide Intrusion Control Panel...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | Contents Programming ............29 Contents Enter Programming........... 29 Basic Programming .......... 30 4.2.1 Points ............31 Quick Reference ............ 3 4.2.2 Report Configuration........ 32 System Overview ..........3 4.2.3 Outputs ............33 Control Center Overview ........3 4.2.4...

  • Page 3: 1.0 Quick Reference

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 1.0 Quick Reference 1.0 Quick Reference System Overview C =12V C =0V NC C NO 12 VDC Connect either a two-wire smoke detector or an intrusion detector, such as a motion detector, to Point 1.

  • Page 4: Basic Operation Information

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 1.0 Quick Reference Basic Operation Information Item Description House phone: Press [#] three times, and enter a passcode. Dial the house phone number, and press [*] three times when the call is Outside phone: answered.

  • Page 5: System Setup (wired And Wireless)

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 1.0 Quick Reference System Setup (Wired and Wireless) After the system is installed and configured, add key fobs when you add users. Wireless support is not investigated by UL. To install an Easy Series Intrusion Control Panel with wireless devices: 1.

  • Page 6: Installer Phone Menu

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 1.0 Quick Reference Installer Phone Menu Set date and time Warning device test Full system test Battery test Communication test System test menu Control center test Point test Operate Outputs System Maintenance Exit system test menu...

  • Page 7: User Phone Menu

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 1.0 Quick Reference User Phone Menu Turn system on and stay inside Turn system on and leave Turn on custom protection Turn System On or Off To hear this option, custom protection must be enabled.

  • Page 8: 2.0 Installation

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 2.0 Installation 2.0 Installation Only use authorized service personnel to install this system. Because the control panel is permanently connected equipment, a readily accessible disconnect device must be included into the building installation wiring.

  • Page 9: Control Panel Board Installation (step 2)

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 2.0 Installation Control Panel Board Installation (Step 2) 1. Place the mounting clips on the enclosure standoffs. 2. Place the top edge of the control panel board between the enclosure retaining slots, and then set the control panel board on the mounting clips.

  • Page 10: Control Center Installation (step 3)

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 2.0 Installation Control Center Installation (Step 3) For complete control center installation instructions, refer to the EZ1 Control Center Installation Guide (P/N: F01U003737) included with the control center. To ensure proper RF ID reader operation, mount the control center only on a non-metallic surface.

  • Page 11

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 2.0 Installation CAT5 Cable Connections 1 - Control center audio bus terminals 5 - Solid color conductors 2 - Control center data bus terminals 6 - White striped conductors 3 - CAT5 cable...

  • Page 12: Dx2010 Installation (step 4)

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 2.0 Installation DX2010 Installation (Step 4) The control panel supports up to three DX2010 Input Expanders for Points 9 to 32. Refer to the DX2010 Installation Instructions (P/N: 49533) for more information. 1. Mount the DX2010 into the control panel’s enclosure, or other...

  • Page 13: Wireless Hub Installation (step 5)

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 2.0 Installation Wireless Hub Installation (Step 5) Before installing the wireless hub or any wireless devices, refer to Section 3.0 Point Expansion on page 23, the ISW-BHB1-WX Installation Instructions (P/N: F01U500915), the wLSN Reference Guide (P/N: F01U009440), and the installation instructions supplied with each wireless device.

  • Page 14: Supervised Point Connections (step 6)

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 2.0 Installation Supervised Point Connections (Step 6) Separate primary AC power and standby battery wires from all power-limited wiring. Refer to Section 7.2 Power-limited Wire Routing on page 58 for more information. 2.6.1 Fire Point Wiring Supervised Point 1 supports two- and four-wire smoke detectors.

  • Page 15: Intrusion Point Wiring

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 2.0 Installation 2.6.2 Intrusion Point Wiring Refer to the figures below to wire Supervised Points 1 to 32 as wired or wireless intrusion points. To program Supervised Points 1 to 32 as intrusion points, refer to Section 4.2.1 Points on page 31.

  • Page 16: Programmable Output Connections (step 7)

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 2.0 Installation Programmable Output Connections (Step 7) Separate primary AC power and standby battery wires from all power-limited wiring. Refer to Section 7.2 Power-limited Wire Routing on page 58 for more information. 2.7.1...

  • Page 17: Programmable Outputs 2 To 4 Wiring

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 2.0 Installation Dry Contact Option 1 - Programmable Output 1 (PO 1) 2 - Jumper plug position for dry contact option (no jumper) 3 - Warning device (normally-open option) 4 - Power source 2.7.2...

  • Page 18: Phone Line Connections (step 8)

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 2.0 Installation Phone Line Connections (Step 8) Connect the incoming phone line and the house phone to the control panel board. Insert Voice Module (Step 9) The voice module is required for system operation.

  • Page 19: Power Supply Installation (step 11)

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 2.0 Installation 2.11 Power Supply Installation (Step 11) This system uses either the EZPS wire-in power supply, OR a plug-in power supply. Both power supplies require the enclosure ground wire and a standby battery.

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    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 2.0 Installation 4. Connect the EZPS wires to the control panel board. 5. Insert the door hinges onto the enclosure. 6. Push the enclosure ground wire connector onto the unpainted part of the door’s top hinge.

  • Page 21: 2.11.2 Plug-in Power Supply

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 2.0 Installation 2.11.2 Plug-in Power Supply 1. Connect a ground wire from the enclosure to a good earth ground source. 2. Connect the enclosure ground wire. For instructions, refer to Steps 5 to 8 in Section 2.11.1 EZPS Wire-in Power Supply on page 19.

  • Page 22: Secure The Enclosure (step 12)

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 2.0 Installation 2.12 Secure the Enclosure (Step 12) To secure the enclosure door: • Install the enclosure door lock, or • Secure the door with screws. Screws not supplied. 2.13 Program the Control Panel (Step 13) When installation is complete, you can program the control panel.

  • Page 23: 3.0 Point Expansion

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 3.0 Point Expansion 3.0 Point Expansion For complete wireless installation and configuration information, refer to the wLSN Reference Guide (P/N: F01U009440) supplied with the wireless hub, and the installation instructions supplied with each wireless device.

  • Page 24: Configure Devices

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 3.0 Point Expansion 3.1.3 Configure Devices Input and Output Devices The ISW-BMC1-S135X Door/Window Contact and the ISW-BIN1-S135X Inertia Detector have a magnetic switch as an input. If the magnetic switch is not used, remove the magnet from the device before starting the Point Test.

  • Page 25

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 3.0 Point Expansion Key Fobs Add key fobs after all other wireless devices (inputs and outputs) are discovered and configured. 1. After the last wireless device is configured and the Point Test ends, press [#] repeatedly until you exit the Installer Menu and end the phone session.

  • Page 26: Wireless Maintenance

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 3.0 Point Expansion Wireless Maintenance 3.2.1 Wireless Configuration Menu Use the Wireless Configuration Menu to: • Add new wireless devices to an existing wireless system • Add wireless devices that were not discovered when the wireless network was first discovered •...

  • Page 27: Assigning Points 1 To 8 As Wireless Points

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 3.0 Point Expansion 3.2.2 Assigning Points 1 to 8 as Wireless Points To assign an on-board point (1 to 8) as a wireless point, disable the point in programming before starting the device discovery process.

  • Page 28: Wireless System Messages

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 3.0 Point Expansion Wireless System Messages Refer to the following table for a description of system messages that pertain to the wireless network. System Message Description “Wireless devices not configured.” Point Test was exited before all wireless points were tested.

  • Page 29: 4.0 Programming

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming 4.0 Programming Enter Programming Select one of the following methods to enter the Installer Menu: Method Steps House Phone Press [#][#][#]. Listen for the voice prompt to enter a passcode. Enter the installer passcode.

  • Page 30: Basic Programming

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming Basic Programming Basic programming consists of a voice menu that contains the essential programming items. Generally, finishing this programming section is usually all that is required for a complete system System...

  • Page 31: Points

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming 4.2.1 Points You cannot program any wireless points without first completing the steps in Section 1.4 System Setup on page 5. Enter a point number from 1 to 32. Points Record Point Description For example, if Point 1 is located at the building’s front door, say “Front Door”...

  • Page 32: Report Configuration

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming 4.2.2 Report Configuration Report Configuration Account Number Report Destination Route 1 Primary Route 2 Primary Route 1 Backup Route 2 Backup Format Format Format Format Phone Number Phone Number Phone Number...

  • Page 33: Outputs

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming 4.2.3 Outputs You cannot program any wireless outputs without first completing the steps in Section 1.4 System Setup on page 5 Output devices consist of horns, bells, or strobes. Outputs Enter an output number from 1 to 8.

  • Page 34: Country Code

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming 4.2.4 Country Code Select the appropriate country code for your installation. This code sets the control panel to the appropriate country-specific defaults. Country Code Country Code Country Code Country Code Afghanistan...

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    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming Country Code Country Code Pakistan Taiwan Palau Tajikistan Panama Tanzania Papua New Thailand Guinea Togo Paraguay Tonga Peru Trinidad and Philippines Tobago Poland Tunisia Portugal Turkey Principe Turkmenistan Tuvalu Country Code...

  • Page 36: Expert Programming

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming Expert Programming Only use expert programming if you have a special programming requirement. To comply with specific agency requirements, refer to Section 7.7 Agency Approvals and Requirements on page 68 for any necessary programming changes.

  • Page 37: Rom Firmware Version Items

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming 4.3.1 ROM Firmware Version Items Programming Item Item Number Description Control Panel Firmware Version System announces the installed firmware version. This item is read-only. Control Center 1 Firmware Version System announces the installed firmware version for the selected control center.

  • Page 38

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming Item Programming Item Description (Range) Entry Number Installer Passcode 0 = Override disabled Override Enabled 1 = Override enabled To override the installer passcode prompt, short solder pads together for approximately 5 sec (see below).

  • Page 39

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming Item Programming Item Description (Range) Entry Number Swinger Bypass 1 = One alarm report allowed from point while system is on before point Count is bypassed. 2 = Two alarm reports allowed from point while system is on before point is bypassed.

  • Page 40

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming Item Programming Item Description (Range) Entry Number Test Report Hour Enter the hour that the control panel sends the test report (0 to 23). Test Report Minute Enter the minute that the control panel sends the test report (0 to 59).

  • Page 41: Communicator Programming Items

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming 4.3.3 Communicator Programming Items To enable reporting, configure the following programming items: • Account Number (Expert Programming Item Number 100) • Route 1 Primary Destination (Expert Programming Item Number 206) •...

  • Page 42

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming Item Programming Item Description (Range) Entry Number Call Waiting Disable Enter a 3-digit string. Dial this first before dialing the premises phone number. * = [*][*]; # = [*][#] Dialing a call waiting sequence on a non-call waiting phone line prevents the system from successfully contacting the central station.

  • Page 43: Report Routing Programming Items

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming 4.3.4 Report Routing Programming Items Point Report and Restoral Routing Programming Item Item Number Description Entry Enter a value in Expert Programming Item Number 301 to globally set all of the...

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    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming System On and Off Report Routing Programming Item Item Number Description Entry Enter a value in Expert Programming Item System On and Off Number 302 to globally set all of the...

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    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming System Report and Restoral Routing (continued) Programming Item Item Number Description Entry Local Programming Success To modify only a specific report, enter a value in that report’s item number. Low Battery...

  • Page 46: Point Programming Items

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming 4.3.5 Point Programming Items Refer to the Point Programming Entry Tables, starting on page 47, for expert programming item numbers, default values, and programming entry cells. Programming Item Description (Range) Point Type Refer to Section 4.2.1 Points on page 31 for point type descriptions.

  • Page 47

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming Point Programming Entry Tables Programming Item (Item Number) Entry Programming Item (Item Number) Entry Point Type (9011) Point Type (9051) Circuit Style (9012) Circuit Style (9052) Include in Custom Protection (9013)

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    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming Programming Item (Item Number) Entry Programming Item (Item Number) Entry Point Type (9091) Point Type (9131) Circuit Style (9092) Circuit Style (9132) Include in Custom Protection (9093) Include in Custom Protection (9133)

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    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming Programming Item (Item Number) Entry Programming Item (Item Number) Entry Point Type (9171) Point Type (9211) Circuit Style (9172) Circuit Style (9212) Include in Custom Protection (9173) Include in Custom Protection (9213)

  • Page 50

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming Programming Item (Item Number) Entry Programming Item (Item Number) Entry Point Type (9251) Point Type (9291) Circuit Style (9252) Circuit Style (9292) Include in Custom Protection (9253) Include in Custom Protection (9293)

  • Page 51: Output Programming Items

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming 4.3.6 Output Programming Items Use Outputs 5 to 8 only for wireless output devices. Item Programming Item Description Entry Number Fire Output Cadence 0 = Temporal Code 3 cadence 1 = Pulse cadence...

  • Page 52: Control Center Programming Items

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming 4.3.7 Control Center Programming Items Speech Configuration Items Item Programming Item Description (Range) Entry Number Alarm Message Enter how long the control center waits between alarm message Minimum Repeat Time announcements before repeating the message even if the control center’s proximity sensor detects motion (1 to 255 hrs).

  • Page 53: User Programming Items

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming Individual Control Center Items These programming items are set independently for each control center connected to the control panel. Programming Item Number Description Entry Item Control Center Control Center 1: 811...

  • Page 54: Programming Key

    4. When the √ LED flashes green, data transfer is successful. If the √ LED flashes red, the data transfer is unsuccessful. Bosch recommends that you transfer the programming data to the ICP-EZPK Programming Key when you finish programming the control panel.

  • Page 55: Remote Programming Software (rps)

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 4.0 Programming Remote Programming Software (RPS) There are two methods to start a session with the remote programming software (RPS): the installer calls RPS, or RPS calls the control panel. Select the method that best meets the system’s needs for remote programming.

  • Page 56: 5.0 System Test

    Menu. √ LED green flash = test successful √ LED red flash = test unsuccessful 6.0 Maintenance Bosch recommends testing the system regularly, and inspecting it according to local code or law. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. | 5/07 | F01U025147-01...

  • Page 57: Reference Materials

    1.4 A (AC and battery; intrusion applications only) Auxiliary Power Current: 1.0 A for all auxiliary devices Auxiliary power devices 11.2 to 12.3 VDC. The ICP-EZM2 stops processing point faults when the voltage drops below 9.5 VDC. Auxiliary Power ICP-EZPS (wire-in power supply) 12 VDC, 1 A maximum.

  • Page 58: Power-limited Wire Routing

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 7.0 Reference Materials Power-limited Wire Routing All wiring except primary AC power and standby battery is power-limited. Separate primary AC power and standby battery wires from other wires by at least 6.4 mm (¼ in.), and secure to enclosure to prevent movement.

  • Page 59: Standby Battery Calculation

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 7.0 Reference Materials Standby Battery Calculation Use the following formula to calculate standby battery capacity for 24 hr of standby power and 4 to 30 minutes of alarm power: (Total B _____ x 24 hr) + (Total C _____ x Y hr*) + 10% reserve = Total battery Ah required * Y hr = For UL-approved residential applications (household), Y = 0.067 (4 minutes)

  • Page 60: Event Report Codes

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 7.0 Reference Materials Event Report Codes Event SIA Report Contact ID Report Intrusion Alarm BA Burglary Alarm 1 130 Burglary Intrusion Alarm Verified BV Burglary Alarm Verified 1 139 Burglary Intrusion Alarm Unverified...

  • Page 61

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 7.0 Reference Materials Event SIA Report Contact ID Report ROM Fault YF Parameter Checksum Fail 1 304 ROM Checksum Bad Bell Trouble YA Bell Fault 1 320 Sounder/ Relay Bell Restoral YH Bell Restored...

  • Page 62: Display States

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 7.0 Reference Materials Display States Display Color Description No alarm or trouble conditions exist. Green circle You can turn on the system. System trouble exists. You can still turn on the system. Flashing green circle Alarm memory active.

  • Page 63

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 7.0 Reference Materials Display Color Description Exit Delay in progress. Flashing red icon Circle segments turn on, one at a time, to provide a visual status of Exit Delay. System is on (occupied or custom protection).

  • Page 64: Frequently Asked Questions (faq)

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 7.0 Reference Materials Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) 7.6.1 Programming Questions Can I program the control panel if I do not have a phone line connected to it? Yes. Follow these steps: Connect a phone set to the phone set posts on the control panel board.

  • Page 65: System Operation Questions

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 7.0 Reference Materials I want to use the Custom Protection feature. How do I turn it on? Follow these steps: Start a phone session. Refer to Section 1.3 Basic Operation Information on page 4 for instructions.

  • Page 66

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 7.0 Reference Materials How do I delete a user? Only the master user can delete a user. From the control center: Press and hold [3]. When prompted, present the master user token or enter the master user passcode.

  • Page 67: Control Center Questions

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 7.0 Reference Materials 7.6.3 Control Center Questions How do I set the control center’s address? On the control center’s printed circuit board, turn the rotary switch to the desired position (1 to 4). Each control center must have a unique address.

  • Page 68: Agency Approvals And Requirements

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 7.0 Reference Materials Agency Approvals and Requirements 7.7.1 Certifications and Approvals Compliance with specific standards, such as SIA CP-01 and DD243, reduces false alarms and is required in many locations. The Easy Series Intrusion Control Panel is designed to comply with the following certifications, approvals, and standards: •...

  • Page 69: Industry Canada

    (REN). If requested, this information must be provided to the telephone company. The Bosch Security Systems Easy Series Intrusion Control Panel is registered for connection to the public telephone network using an RJ38X or RJ31X jack.

  • Page 70

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 7.0 Reference Materials Quick Reference Refer to the following table for programmable features, shipping defaults, and recommended programming that comply with the ANSI/SIA CP-01 False Alarm Reduction standard. The system test button tests all points, all outputs, the control panel, and the communicator. Refer to Section 5.0 System Test on page 56 for more information.

  • Page 71: Underwriters Laboratories (ul)

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 7.0 Reference Materials 7.7.5 Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Household Fire Warning System • Install at least one UL Listed four-wire latching type smoke detector rated to operate over the voltage range of 11.2 VDC to 12.3 VDC. The maximum smoke detector load is 50 mA.

  • Page 72: En50131-1

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 7.0 Reference Materials 7.7.6 EN50131-1 The Easy Series Intrusion Control Panel is designed to comply with EN50131-1 Security Grade 2, Environmental Class II. Installation, Programming, and Maintenance • Installation: Refer to Section 2.0 Installation on page 8.

  • Page 73: Pd6662 And Dd243 Requirements

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 7.0 Reference Materials 7.7.7 PD6662 and DD243 Requirements To comply with PD6662 and DD243, you must meet all of the EN50131-3 requirements and the following requirements: Maintenance A qualified technician must check the system at least twice a year.

  • Page 74: Specifications

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 7.0 Reference Materials Specifications Enclosure Dimensions (H x W x D): 37 cm x 31.8 cm x 8.5 cm (14.5 in. x 12.5 in. x 3.4 in.) Construction Material: Cold-rolled steel, zinc seal, 0.36 mm thick (20 Ga.) Environmental Considerations 93% at 32°C ±...

  • Page 75

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 7.0 Reference Materials Phone Line Phone line trouble voltage: Trouble condition occurs when the phone line voltage is between 1.10 V and 4.75 V Control Panel Power Requirements AC Input Line Voltage Use a UL Listed 18 V Class 2 transformer (22 VAC, VA 50/60 Hz), or the EZPS Power Supply (not investigated by UL).

  • Page 76: Compatible Options

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | 7.0 Reference Materials Wireless Hub (ISW-BHB1-WX) Wire Gauge: 0.14 mm (#18 AWG) to 1.5 mm (#24 AWG) Power/Voltage: 12 VDC nominal, 7 to 14 VDC Wire Length: 100 m (328 ft) Compliance: EN50131-1 Security Grade 2 Type C, Environmental Class II...

  • Page 77

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | Index Index Account Number...............41 Emergency Call Override Number ........42 Arming Beeps................40 Emergency Call Override Number Delay......42 Auto Detect Pulse Dial ............42 Enclosure Auto Protection Level ..............39 Installation................8 Specifications ...............74 Entry Delay .................38 Battery Environmental Considerations..........74...

  • Page 78

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | Index Passcode Recent Close Enabled ............38 Control Center Lockout Time ...........52 Report Configuration ...............32 Installer Passcode ...............53 Report Routing Installer Passcode Override Enabled ......38 Backup Destination Programming........41 Invalid Passcode Attempt Limit ........52 Backup Format Programming...........41 Master User Passcode ............53...

  • Page 79

    Easy Series (ICP-EZM2) | Installer Guide | Index Voice Format Wireless Message Delivery Attempts ..........41 Assigning Points 1 to 8 As Wireless Points....27 Repeat Count ...............41 Configuration Menu.............23 Voice Module Device Configuration ............24 Installation................18 DX2010 and Wireless Points ..........27 Hub Installation..............13 Jam Detect Level..............40...

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