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Assa Abloy S series Installation & Programming Manual

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(8/16 Zone Control Communicator)
Installation &

Programming Guide

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  • Page 1: Programming Guide

    Proudly Designed and Manufactured in New Zealand ( NZS:4301/93) Security Merchants Australia P/L VIC 03 9558 8455 NSW 02 9890 5300 QLD 07 3552 5966 SA 08 8297 5555 WA 08 9240 7500 National Technical Support Contact 1300 655 076 An ASSA ABLOY Group Company...
  • Page 2 The ‘S Series’ is a New Zealand designed and built product which brings you the quality and features which you deserve, at an affordable price.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Installing 90 Second Voice or DTMF Board DTMF Board Installing Proximity Reader Proximity Readers Night Monitor Keypad KEYPAD INDICATIONS AVOLUTION ‘S series’ 16 Zone LED Keypad AVOLUTION ‘S series’ LCD Keypad KEYPAD MEMORY DISPLAY LED Keypad View Memory Mode LCD Keypad View Memory Mode KEYPAD INSTALLATION...
  • Page 4 CONTENTS cont. User can turn an Output On/Off Radio Pendant Panic Alarm to Output Learn/Delete/ Find Radio Pendant Codes Learn/Delete/Find Access Tag/Card Codes/Location MISCELLANEOUS PANEL & CLOCK SETTINGS Installer Code Duress Digit Dial Report Delay Radio Zone Supervised Timer Two Trigger Time Mains Fail Report Delay Receiver Fail Timer Upload/download Site Code Number...
  • Page 5 Dialler Telephone Numbers Miscellaneous 4+2 Program Options SIA Alarm Report Codes Panel Diagnostic Default Options AVOLUTION ’ S SERIES’ LED KEYPAD IMAGE AVOLUTION ’S SERIES’ QUICK START GUIDE USER PRIVILEGES CHART TELECOM INTERFACE CONTACT ID REPORTING CODE SUMMARY SIA REPORTING CODE SUMMARY...
  • Page 6: Connection Diagram

    CONNECTION DIAGRAM WIRING TO THE PANEL 230V Mains Earth Heatsink Input Line Line Phone RESETTING THE PANEL Power-up the panel with the tamper input in alarm while shorting out “RST” pins for 5 seconds (you must short out the “RST” pins before the panel LED starts to flash).
  • Page 7: Input

    INPUTS ‘S series’ has 9 separate programmable monitored analogue inputs, Programmable, multi-state detection inputs which include Zone Doubling options Programmable tamper input ( with optional Key-switch functions) Each input must be terminated with the appropriate value or combination of end-of-line resistors, even if the input is unused.
  • Page 8: Examples Of Zone Wiring Options

    EXAMPLES OF ZONE WIRING OPTIONS Short circuit loop, No EOL 2k2 EOL, No Tamper Zone Zone Type 12 Configuration. Alarm & Tamper monitoring (contacts can be N/C or N/O) N/C or N/O Zone Tamper Resistor Zone Resistor Type 15 Configuration. Zone Doubling, NO Tamper (contacts can be N/C or N/O) N/C or N/O N/C or N/O Zone...
  • Page 9: Other Inputs

    OTHER INPUTS TAMPER - A 24Hr tamper circuit is available for monitoring system tampers. This Tamper circuit is programmable as either normally closed loop or 2k2 EOL supervision (the default is 2K2 EOL Supervision). Any Tamper alarms on this input are mapped to alarm outputs in the same manner as for detection zones 1-16. Using Dual-End-of-Line resistors (Refer to Zone Type 15 on Page 6) the Tamper input can also provide two key-switches.
  • Page 10: Accessories

    ACCESSORIES INSTALLING RX-16 RADIO RECEIVER The panel can have wireless capability via the RX-16 receiver module. The receiver will add wireless capability to your system in the form or wireless PIR detectors, Wireless Radio-key transmitters and wireless reed switch transmitters. The RX-16 connects to the same communications port as the keypads. Multiple RX-16’s can be connected to the panel to increase the coverage range if desired.
  • Page 11: Installing Proximity Reader

    followed by the <#> button to kiss-off the domestic alarm reports. If you make a mistake when entering the kiss-off code, pressing the <#> button will clear all previous digits received at the panel and you can now enter in the correct code. INSTALLING PROXIMITY READER There are three proximity readers that can be connected to the control panel.
  • Page 12: Proximity Readers

    PROXIMITY READERS Control Panel BLACK YELLOW N/O Input ORANGE PANIC WHITE KP CLOCK GREEN DIODE KP DATA BROWN BLUE Proximity Arming Reader Lock Supply Electric Lock Control Panel BLACK YELLOW N/O Input ORANGE WHITE KP CLOCK GREEN DIODE KP DATA BROWN BLUE Lock Supply...
  • Page 13: Night Monitor Keypad

    NIGHT MONITOR KEYPAD The Night Monitor Keypad is designed to be a simple night arming station typically used in a bedroom situation. By pressing either of the <Night Monitor> buttons the alarm Stay Mode can be armed or disarmed. If both buttons are pressed simultaneously, a Panic Alarm can be generated.
  • Page 14: Keypad Indications

    As there is no Zone indicator for 0 the "AUX (0)" indicator is used to show the number “0”. ‘S series’ LED KEYPAD INFORMATION SEE PAGE 112 The Chart below gives details on the various indicators on the LED keypad and what they mean.
  • Page 15: Avolution 'S Series' Lcd Keypad

    ‘S series’ LCD KEYPAD AREA READY TROUBLE TUE 28-MAR 10:30 BYPASS SYSTEM MEMORY PANIC STAY BYPASS CONTROL PROGRAM - ENTER - The Chart below gives details on the various LED indicators on the keypad and what they mean. LIGHT\INDICATION ON STEADY...
  • Page 16: Keypad Memory Display

    LED KEYPAD MEMORY VIEW MODE CURRENT SYSTEM ALARMS When viewing the memory event buffer at the keypad by pressing the “MEMORY ” button, the first thing that will always be displayed are any Current System Alarms that are active. The Current System Alarms are indicated by the Memory/Mains &...
  • Page 17 LED KEYPAD VIEW MEMORY MODE cont. HISTORICAL EVENT DISPLAY CHART-Continued EVENT DEVICE INDICATOR STATUS Controller Mains Supply MAINS Flashing MAINS FAILURE Controller on-board MAINS Flashing 12V Output FAILURE (F2 or F3) Thermal fuses activated LED 1 On Steady Wires to Output 1 or 2 LED’s 1 or 2 On Steady OUTPUT 1 or 2 FAIL...
  • Page 18: Lcd Keypad View Memory Mode

    LCD KEYPAD VIEW MEMORY MODE The LCD Keypad has similar operational functions to the LED keypad with one notable exception, when displaying Memory Events in “Memory Mode” it will display the events using plain text messages with the Time & date that the event occurred.
  • Page 19: Keypad Installation

    KEYPAD INSTALLATION INSTALLATION Large – Landscape Style Keypads Separate the two halves of the Keypad by carefully inserting a small screwdriver into the release slots on the bottom edge of the keypad front half and applying gentle pressure. This will release the bottom edge of the housing enough for you to unclip the top.
  • Page 20 To change the keypad address so that it is different to others connected to the panel, Press <PROG> <902> <ENTER>. The Keypad display will show “KP:1”. To change the keypad address so that it is differ- ent to others connected to the panel, press a number on the keypad from 1-8 relating to the address you wish to assign to the keypad, e.g.
  • Page 21: Lcd Keypad Adjustment

    LCD KEYPAD ADJUSTMENTS The user can independently adjust the backlight level of the LCD Display and Keypad Buttons from Off to On and 16 steps between. LARGE – LANDSCAPE STYLE KEYPADS Adjusting the LCD Backlight To increase the Landscape Keypad LCD Backlight, press and hold the <CONTROL> button followed within 2 seconds by the <ARM>...
  • Page 22: Lcd Keypad "Local Edit" Program Mode

    LCD KEYPAD “LOCAL EDIT” PROGRAM MODE The Local Edit Program Mode allows the programming of a customised “System Name” (the name displayed during idle mode at the keypad), Customised “Zone Names” (the text that appears on the keypad when a zone is unsealed), Customised “User Names”...
  • Page 23: Lcd Keypad 'Local Edit' Mode Menu Programming

    LCD KEYPAD “LOCAL EDIT” MODE MENU PROGRAMMING The LCD Keypad Main menu headings for “Local Edit” program mode are listed on this page. On entering Local Edit Mode the display will look like the example below. LOCAL MODE KB 1 USER NAMES To move to the next menu heading simply press the arrow.
  • Page 24 When you are at the desired main menu heading, press <ENTER> to access the data program location. See example below. MAIN-MENU Local Mode Kb 1 User Names Arrows can be used to select the Main- Menu heading. Button ENTER To Program User Names DATA SELECT-MENU CHANGING THE AREA SINGLE CHARACTER IDENTIFIER Button...
  • Page 25: Changing The Area Single Character Identifier

    CHANGING THE AREA SINGLE CHARACTER IDENTIFIER Areas <A..Z> ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP When you enter in [PROG]-[998]-[ENTER] the display will look like the example above. You may edit the single character Area identifier at this address starting at Area “A” (first left-hand position). The keypad allows for up to 16 areas but the actual number of areas supported on this panel is two.
  • Page 26: Changing The Keypad Area Name

    CHANGING THE KEYPAD AREA NAME AREA A <A..Z> Area A When you enter [PROG]-[2001]-[ENTER] the display will look like the example above. You may edit the Area Name at this location. The area name can be up to 16 characters long. If you program in a name for the area, this name will appear when displaying events in memory display mode.
  • Page 27: Resetting All Text To Default

    NOTE: If the last saved version of text for Zone 1 was in fact the default setting, then pressing “Control” then “1” or “A” will return the default text anyway. RESETTING ALL TEXT TO DEFAULT While in “Local Edit Mode” it is possible to restore all of the customisable text fields to the factory default settings. When you enter in [PROG]-[801]-[ENTER] display will prompt you to press [801]-[ENTER] again.
  • Page 28: Accessing Program Mode

    ACCESSING PROGRAM MODE HOW TO PROGRAM USING LED KEYPADS The programming sequence follows this pattern; <PROGRAM> - <1,2 or 3 digit address> - <ENTER> (Program Address) 1 short beep if OK - 1 long beep if error, THEN <PROGRAM> - <1,2 or 3 digit sub-address> - <ENTER> (Sub-Address) 3 short beeps if OK - 1 long beep if error The LED’s will display current value or status...
  • Page 29: To Exit Program Modes Using Led Keypad

    After the system configuration has been reset back to defaults, all values, options & Codes will be set to the values shown in the Program Summary as defaults. These values have been chosen as the most common set-up for the majority of systems.
  • Page 30: Lcd Program Menus

    LCD KEYPAD MENU PROGRAMMING The LCD Keypad enables “Manual Free’ programming of the ‘S series’ panel. Easy to follow plain text Menus will be displayed on the keypad to enable selection of the desired programming options. <ENTER> key selects the Menu you wish to work in or the option in a Sub-Menu you wish to ENTER use.
  • Page 31 ing and holding the <CONTROL> button then within 2 seconds pressing the <ENTER> button you can access the sub- text that describes what each option can do. To exit the sub-text display press <ENTER>. STEPPING BACK THROUGH THE MENUS If you are in a Menu location, eg the “USER” Data Entry field, and you wish to step back one stage to the previous Sub- Menu, you need to press the <PROGRAM>...
  • Page 33: Lcd Main Menu Headings

    LCD “MAIN” MENU HEADINGS “MAIN”-MENU (Navigate with Up/Down Arrows) Press <PROGRAM> until you get here. Press <ENTER> to exit Program Mode <ENTER> TO EXIT INSTALLER: USERS Press <PROGRAM> to al- ternate between “EXIT” & “USERS”. CLOCK SETTINGS PHONE NUMBERS DIALLER Press <...
  • Page 34: Lcd Keypad Main & Sub-Menu Program Chart

    LCD KEYPAD MAIN & SUB MENU PROGRAM CHART INSTALLER:USERS USERS USERS USERS USERS USERS USERS USR ACCESS OPTS P4E USER CODE USER TYPE USER AREAS USR PROG OPTS PENDANT TYPE USERS USERS USERS USERS USERS USERS P10E RADIO PANIC BP P11E P12E P13E PENDANT OPTS...
  • Page 35 AREAS AREAS AREAS AREAS AREAS AREAS AREAS P45E P46E P47E P48E P49E P50E AREA A OPTIONS AREA B OPTIONS AREA ARM FOLLOW AREA STAY FOLLOW AREA OPEN FOLLOW AREA ARM CHIRP AREAS AREAS AREAS AREAS AREAS AREAS P51E P52E P53E P54E P55E P56E...
  • Page 36 OUTPUTS OUTPUTS OUTPUTS OUTPUTS OUTPUTS OUTPUTS OUTPUTS P34E P35E P36E P37E P38E P39E OP A OPTIONS OP B OPTIONS OP C OPTIONS OP D OPTIONS OP DELAY TIME OP FLASH TIME OUTPUTS OUTPUTS OUTPUTS OUTPUTS OUTPUTS P40E P41E P42E P43E TIMEZONES TO OP P44E OP RESET TIME OP CHIME TIME...
  • Page 37: Special Keypad Functions

    SPECIAL KEYPAD OPERATING FEATURES ARMING or DISARMING TWO AREAS at a KEYPAD If the panel is configured for two Areas “A&B”, and the option “ARM” button required before code is turned on (P45E Option 1), there are a number of possible arming options. If a user code is only assigned to one area and they press <ARM>...
  • Page 38: Users Programming

    USER PROGRAMMING USER CODES - P1E 1-100E (NOTE: Users 21-100 can be Radio Users) Note: Where there are up to 8 options at one address, the digits 0 & 9 have special functions. Entering a 0 at the address will turn all options off whereas entering a 9 will turn all options on. Adding or changing a User Code Up to 100 codes can be programmed into the panel.
  • Page 39: User Areas

    Option 1 Radio User - Users 21-100 can be Radio keys (Pendant) if required. Radio keys can be used to Arm/Disarm all or part of the alarm or they can operate outputs directly. Unlike user codes, a radio key cannot be assigned to a keypad so if a radio key is assigned to more than one output and the radio key is operated, all of the outputs assigned to the radio key will turn on.
  • Page 40: User Code Privileges

    option 6) or the key-switch (see P112E option 6). If a User with this option ON Disarms the alarm no Latchkey Disarm report will be sent via the dialler. If Latchkey Mode is Armed and a user with this option turned OFF Disarms the alarm a Latchkey disarm report will be sent to alert parents when their children have returned home.
  • Page 41: Radio User Privileges

    Option 21 Ness Pendant Option 0 Generic Type - If a Radio Pendant has no special functions and does not send a battery low signal it is a Generic type 0. Option 1 Crow Freelink Type - If a Crow Freelink Radio Pendant is being used set the type to 1. When the pendant detects a battery low it will send a signal to the panel.
  • Page 42: User To Keypad Assignment

    USER to KEYPAD ASSIGNMENT USER to KEYPAD ASSIGNMENT - P10E 1-100E Option 1 - User will work at Keypad # 1 Option 2 - User will work at Keypad # 2 Option 3 - User will work at Keypad # 3 Option 4 - User will work at Keypad # 4 Option 5 - User will work at Keypad # 5 Option 6 - User will work at Keypad # 6...
  • Page 43: Radio Pendant Panic Alarm To Output

    Any user can be allowed to turn an Output ON. This Function can be used to control external devices via the panel keypad with a User assigned to that Output. Once an Output is turned ON by a User, the Output can turn OFF again automatically if a reset time is assigned to the Output, or it can be turned off by the same user or by a different user with the next program location.
  • Page 44: Learn/Delete/Find Access Tag/Card Codes/Location

    FIND a RADIO PENDANT LOCATION FIND a RADIO PENDANT LOCATION - P20E 0E (NOTE: only Users 21-100 can be Radio Pendants) If you have a Radio Pendant loaded into the panel but are unsure which location (User #), pressing P20E (then 0E on an LED Keypad) while in Program Mode will start “Find”...
  • Page 45: Duress Digit

    DURESS DIGIT DURESS DIGIT - P25E 2E (Value can be 1-9, 0 = Duress Disabled) The duress digit can be a number from 1-9 (a value of “0” means the duress function is disabled). To create a duress alarm the duress digit must be entered before a valid user code (eg If the code was “123” and the duress number was “4”, then entering a code of <4123>...
  • Page 46: Temporary Output Disable

    TEMPORARY OUTPUT DISABLE TEMPORARY OUTPUT DISABLE - P25E 9E (Select output # 1-8) This address allows a technician to select any output/s to be temporarily disabled for one alarm or armed cycle, eg by selecting LEDS 1-4 (Outputs 1-4) at this location then leaving program mode, outputs 1-4 will not turn on following any alarms.
  • Page 47: Installer Options

    INSTALLER OPTIONS INSTALLER OPTIONS - P25E 11E Option 1 - Entry to Installer Mode Resets Confirmed Alarms Option 2 - Entry to Installer Mode Resets Tamper Alarms Option 3 - Entry to Installer Mode Resets Low Battery Alarm Option 4 - Entry to Installer Mode Resets Supervisory Alarms Option 5 - Cannot Arm if there is a keypad Fault Option 6 - Cannot Arm if there is a Telephone Line Failure or Comms Fault Option 7 - 10 Incorrect Code Attempts locks out the keypad for 90 Seconds...
  • Page 48: Setting Time, Date & Daylight Saving

    MISCELLANEOUS USER OPTIONS - P25E 13E Option 1 - Code Required to View Memory Option 2 - Cancel Handover Zone Function in Stay Mode Option 3 - Output Control from Keypad is Disabled when Armed Option 4 - Keypad Codes are Disabled During Entry Delay Option 5 - No Keypad Indications while Armed Option 6 - Monitored KP Buss Output Board Option 7 - Enable Keypad Tamper Switch Alarms...
  • Page 49: Outputs

    P26E4E so that the panel knows that Daylight Saving Time is currently active. Failure to do this will not allow the clock to automatically adjust to the correct time when Daylight Saving Time Ends. DAYLIGHT SAVING START SUNDAY - P27E 1E (Value 0-5, 0= DLS Disabled) P27E 2E (Value 0-5, 0= DLS Disabled) DAYLIGHT SAVING END SUNDAY - P28E 1E (Value 1-12)
  • Page 50 Option 8 Pulsed Chime Mode Alarm - Chime Zones programmed to this output will turn the output on for the duration of the Chime to Output time period (P41E). If this option is on the output will pulse at the pulse timer rate (P39E) for the duration of the chime zone to output timer (P41E).
  • Page 51: Output On Delay, Pulse, Reset & Chime Times

    Option 2 - Output Reset/Chime Timers are in Minutes Option 3 - Output “Silenced” for 10 seconds on key-press Option 4 - Turn Output OFF during Two Way Voice Mode Option 5 - Spare Option 6 - Spare Option 7 - Spare Option 8 - Output Monitored (applies to O/P 1&2 only) Option 1 Siren Driver to Output - This option is used to assign a Modulated Siren tone to an Output.
  • Page 52: Start Of 'Dtmf Output Control' Status Message

    START OF “DTMF OUTPUT CONTROL” STATUS MESSAGES START OF “DTMF OUTPUT CONTROL” STATUS MESSAGES - P42E 1-8E (0-99) If a Voice Board is connected to the panel it is possible to dial the panel from a remote telephone and turn outputs On or Off using a 4 digit code with voice prompts provided by the Voice Board to identify what function you are controlling.
  • Page 53: Area Arm/Stay Arm/Disarm Indication To Outputs

    Option 6 Report Arm Signal at the end of the Exit Delay - If this option is on the panel will report the Arm signal to a monitoring station when the exit delay expires. If it is off, the panel will report the arm signal immediately the system has been armed.
  • Page 54: Pendant Arm/Disarm/Stay Mode Arm/Disarm Chirp To Output

    AREA STAY ARM INDICATION to OUTPUT AREA STAY ARM INDICATION to OUTPUT - P48E 1-2E (1 = Area A, 2 = Area B) Option 1 - Output 1 Option 5 - Output 5 Option 2 - Output 2 Option 6 - Output 6 Option 3 - Output 3 Option 7 - Output 7 Option 4 - Output 4...
  • Page 55: Arm/Disarm/Stay Mode Arm/Disarm Pulse To Output

    PENDANT STAY MODE DISARM CHIRP to OUTPUT PENDANT STAY MODE DISARM CHIRP to OUTPUT - P53E 1-2E (1 = Area A, 2 = Area B) Option 1 - Output 1 Option 5 - Output 5 Option 2 - Output 2 Option 6 - Output 6 Option 3 - Output 3 Option 7 - Output 7...
  • Page 56: Armed/Stay Mode Exit Delay Beeps To Keypad

    ARMED EXIT DELAY BEEPS TO KEYPAD ARMED EXIT DELAY BEEPS TO KEYPAD - P58E 1-2E (1 = Area A, 2 = Area B) Option 1 - Keypad 1 Option 5 - Keypad 5 Option 2 - Keypad 2 Option 6 - Keypad 6 Option 3 - Keypad 3 Option 7 - Keypad 7 Option 4 - Keypad 4...
  • Page 57: Armed/Stay Mode Arm Exit Beeps To Output

    START OF “DTMF ARM/DISARM” STATUS MESSAGES START OF “DTMF ARM/DISARM” STATUS MESSAGES - P64E 1-2E (1 = Area A, 2 = Area B) (0-99) If a Voice Board is connected to the panel it is possible to dial the panel from a remote telephone and Arm or Disarm each Area using a 4 digit code with voice prompts provided by the Voice Board to identify what Area you are controlling.
  • Page 58: Area Delinquency Time

    AUTOMATIC ARM/DISARM TIMEZONE AUTOMATIC ARM/DISARM TIMEZONE - P68E 1-2E (1 = Area A, 2 = Area B) (Value 1-8) Option 1 - Time-Zone 1 Option 5 - Time-Zone 5 Option 2 - Time-Zone 2 Option 6 - Time-Zone 6 Option 3 - Time-Zone 3 Option 7 - Time-Zone 7 Option 4 - Time-Zone 4 Option 8 - Time-Zone 8...
  • Page 59: Keypad Button Options

    Option 3 <PANIC> button Enabled - This option enables the <PANIC> button (by keypad number) on the LED or Portrait LCD keypads connected to the panel . Option 4 Delayed Operation of <PANIC> button - This option assigns a 2 second delay before the <PANIC> button will cause an alarm.
  • Page 60: Keypad "Arm", "Stay", "A" & "B" Button Options

    Option 8 Turn Off Keypad LCD & Keypad Backlighting on Mains Fail - This option allows the backlighting on an LCD on a keypad (both the keypad buttons and the LCD module backlighting) to be turned off when there is a Mains Failure.
  • Page 61 KEYPAD <STAY> BUTTON AREA ASSIGNMENT KEYPAD <STAY> BUTTON AREA ASSIGNMENT - P76E 1-8E Option 1 - Area “A” Option 2 - Area “B” Option 1 Area “A” - This option assigns the keypad <STAY> button to Area A. If a keypad <STAY> button is assigned to only Area A it can only Arm or Disarm that area.
  • Page 62 Option 1 Area “A” - This option assigns the keypad <A> button to Area A. If a keypad <A> button is assigned to only Area A it can only Arm or Disarm that area. Option 1 Area “B” - This option assigns the keypad <A> button to Area B. If a keypad <A> button is assigned to only Area B it can only Arm or Disarm that area.
  • Page 63: Keypad "Control" Button To Output Mask

    KEYPAD <B> BUTTON AREA OPTIONS KEYPAD <B> BUTTON AREA OPTIONS - P81E 1-8E (APPLIES TO PORTRAIT LCD KEYPAD ONLY) Option 1 - <B> button can Arm Option 2 - <B> button can Arm A Mode Option 3 - <B> button can Disarm at All Times Option 4 - <B>...
  • Page 64 Option 3 - Output 3 Option 7 - Output 7 Option 4 - Output 4 Option 8 - Output 8 The <CONTROL> button at a Keypad can be assigned to an Output or multiple Outputs. If the <CONTROL> button is not assigned to an Output a User cannot access Local Control Mode (by pressing the <CONTROL>...
  • Page 65: Keypad "Panic" "Fire" "Medical" & "Duress" "Tamper Switch" "Wrong Code

    If the keypad has a Tamper Switch fitted and this switch is activated, the Tamper Alarm can be assigned to an Output or multiple Outputs. This can be used to operate an audible or visual alarm connected to the Output. KEYPAD WRONG CODE ALARM to OUTPUT KEYPAD WRONG CODE ALARM to OUTPUT - P89E 1-8E Option 1 - Output 1...
  • Page 66: Proximity Reader Led To Output Mapping

    When a Chime Zone is activated it can operate an Output and/or beep the keypad buzzer. There is a separate Chime timer for each of the 8 keypads. If the value is made “0” for a keypad the Chime Zone will not beep the keypad buzzer. The Keypad Chime Timer can be set to a value from 1-255.
  • Page 67: Key-Switch Access & Operational Options

    KEY-SWITCH ACCESS & OPERATIONAL OPTIONS KEY-SWITCH ACCESS & OPERATIONAL OPTIONS - P112E 1-2E (1 = Key-switch # 1, 2 = Key-switch # 2) Option 1 - Key-Switch can Arm Option 2 - Key-Switch can Arm Stay Mode Option 3 - Key-Switch can Disarm Option 4 - Key-Switch can Disarm Stay Mode Option 5 - Key-Switch has Security Guard Options Option 6 - Key-Switch will Arm Latchkey Mode...
  • Page 68 Option 3 - Spare Option 4 - Keypad Zone Option 5 - Zone is a Radio Zone Option 6 - Zone is a Stay Mode Zone Option 7 - Zone can be Manually Bypassed Option 8 - Zone can be Auto-Bypassed Option 1 Zone is Active - If this option is on the zone is turned on.
  • Page 69 entry zone is triggered first. If no other entry delay zones are triggered before the handover zone the entry delay on that zone does not apply and the alarm will become instant (no entry delay). Option 2 Zone is a Two Trigger Zone - If this option is on the zone will have to trigger twice within the two trigger time (P25E5E) before it will cause an alarm.
  • Page 70: Zone Eol Options

    generated. This feature is designed to detect a faulty zone that is not operating normally or one that has had it’s detection area blocked. If a detector has this option turned on and it doesn’t operate when disarmed, the timer at location P163E will start to count down. The timer is stopped when the area assigned to the zone is armed and resumes with the saved value when disarmed again.
  • Page 71: Radio Zone Detector Type

    Response Setting 11 - 300 ms Response Setting 20 - 750 ms Response Setting 12 - 350 ms Response Setting 21 - 800 ms Response Setting 13 - 400 ms Response Setting 22 - 850 ms Response Setting 14 - 450 ms Response Setting 23 - 900 ms Response Setting 15 - 500 ms Response Setting 24 - 950 ms...
  • Page 72: Zone Alarms To Output

    and closed signals from the reed switch so the zone LED can follow the correct state of the reed switch (ie open or closed) Type 31 Visonic Radio PIR - If a Visonic K900 radio PIR is used on the panel selecting Type 31 allows the panel to correctly recognize the alarm, tamper &...
  • Page 73: Zone Alarm Beeps To Keypad

    Option 1 - Output 1 Option 5 - Output 5 Option 2 - Output 2 Option 6 - Output 6 Option 3 - Output 3 Option 7 - Output 7 Option 4 - Output 4 Option 8 - Output 8 If a zone is programmed as a Chime zone (P123E7E) and it activates, the zone can trigger selected Outputs for local alarm signalling.
  • Page 74: Armed & Stay Mode Entry Delay Times

    If a zone is programmed as a Chime zone and it activates, the zone can sound the buzzer at selected keypads for local alarm signalling. The duration of the Chime beep is programmed at location P94E. The Chime function can also be locally disabled at each keypad individually if not required (see Page 32 for details).
  • Page 75: Zone Re-Trigger Count

    ARMED ZONE ENTRY DELAY TIME ARMED ZONE ENTRY DELAY TIME - P144E 1-16E (Value 0-9999 Seconds) Each Zone has it’s own Entry Delay time when in the Full Armed State. The delay can be programmed from 0-9999 seconds in one second increments. If the entry delay is set to “0” the zone will be an instant zone. STAY MODE ZONE ENTRY DELAY TIME STAY MODE ZONE ENTRY DELAY TIME - P145E 1-16E (Value 0-9999 Seconds) Each Zone has it’s own Entry Delay time when in Stay Mode.
  • Page 76: Learn/Delete/Find Radio Zone Codes

    STAY MODE ENTRY DELAY to OUTPUT STAY MODE ENTRY DELAY to OUTPUT - P162E 1-16E Option 1 - Output 1 Option 5 - Output 5 Option 2 - Output 2 Option 6 - Output 6 Option 3 - Output 3 Option 7 - Output 7 Option 4 - Output 4 Option 8 - Output 8...
  • Page 77: Time-Zones

    ZONE CONFIRMED ALARM to OUTPUTS ZONE COMFIRMED ALARM to OUTPUT - P168E 1-16E Option 1 - Output 1 Option 5 - Output 5 Option 2 - Output 2 Option 6 - Output 6 Option 3 - Output 3 Option 7 - Output 7 Option 4 - Output 4 Option 8 - Output 8 If zones are programmed for near and confirmed alarms (P64E option 1 on), it is also possible to get an indication of a...
  • Page 78: Dialler

    TIME ZONE OPTIONS TIMEZONE OPTIONS - P174E 1-8E 1 = Ignore Holidays 2-8 = Spare If option 1 is turned on for a Time-zone, that time-zone will not be disabled when a holiday occurs. Normally when a holiday occurs all Time-zones will be disabled but if this option is turned on the Time-zone will not be affected when a holiday is active.
  • Page 79: Auto Answer Ring Count

    Option 1 Step to next Number - If more than one telephone number is programmed, this option will force the dialler to step through each number after a call. If this option is off the dialler will make all calls to the first number before moving on to the next number.
  • Page 80: Keypad Listen-In Options

    KEYPAD LISTEN-IN OPTIONS KEYPAD LISTEN-IN OPTIONS - P175E 6E Option 1 - Listen-in Enabled when dialling only and in Disarmed State Option 2 - Listen-in Enabled when dialling only and in Armed State Option 3 - Listen-in Enabled when dialling only and in Monitor Mode Option 4 - Listen-in Enabled through the entire call only in Disarmed state Option 5 - Listen-in Enabled through the entire call only in Armed State Option 6 - Listen-in Enabled through the entire call only in Monitor Mode...
  • Page 81: Output Control/Microphone On/Off Dtmf Code Number

    medical alarm is being used for some other purpose and you need to identify the correct type of alarm event you can change the event code at this location. OUTPUT DTMF CONTROL CODE NUMBER OUTPUT DTMF CONTROL CODE NUMBER - P175E 12E (Value 1-4 digit code 0-9999) The panel can be configured to allow remote operation of the Outputs via a remote telephone.
  • Page 82: Miscellaneous Voice Board Report Messages

    P176E 7E (Value 0-99) BATTERY RESTORE VOICE MESSAGE NUMBER - P176E 8E (Value 0-99) TAMPER ALARMS VOICE MESSAGE NUMBER - P176E 9E (Value 0-99) DURESS ALARM VOICE MESSAGE NUMBER - P176E 10E (Value 0-99) LATCHKEY DISARM VOICE MESSAGE NUMBER - P176E 11E (Value 0-99) MANUAL TEST CALL INITIATED VOICE MESSAGE NUMBER - If a Voice Board is connected to the panel it is possible to send various alarm messages to identify the type of alarm If the...
  • Page 83: Telephone Number Report Options

    Option 6 4 + 2 (10 pps) - This option transmits a 4 digit account code followed by a 2 digit event code to a central monitoring station. The handshake tone from the monitoring station must be 2300hz and the transmit tone from the panel will be at 1800hz at 10 pulses per second.
  • Page 84: Maximum Dial Re-Tries Per Telephone Number

    the event for the maximum re-tries count or until kissed off but it will then proceed to report the same event to any other telephone numbers programmed. Option 2 Monitor Call Progress - Monitor call progress means that the dialler monitors the status of the dialling tones to determine whether the call is valid or not.
  • Page 85 have the battery status monitored. Option 4 Report Line Fail - If this option is on the panel will report a Telephone Line fail. The panel will send the line fail and the line restore at the same time. Option 5 Report System Tamper - If this option is on the panel will report a Tamper Alarm on the panel tamper input.
  • Page 86: Call Divert Trigger Events

    Option 4 Send Stay Mode Disarm only after an Alarm - If this option is on, the panel will not normally send a Stay Mode Arm/Disarm signal to the monitoring company, however, if a zone alarm occurs then the panel will send a Stay Mode Disarm following the disarming of the panel to show it has been turned off by a valid user.
  • Page 87: Divert Number Dial Options

    Option 1 - Divert on Arm Option 2 - Divert on Disarm Option 3 - Divert on Stay Mode Arm Option 4 - Divert on Stay Mode Disarm Option 5 - Divert on Key-switch Arm/Disarm Option 6 - Divert on Time-zone Arm/Disarm Option 7 - Divert on DTMF or PC Arm/Disarm Option 8 - Divert on single button <ARM>...
  • Page 88: Miscellaneous 4+2 Codes

    4+2 PROGRAM OPTIONS When using the 4+2 Reporting Format the two digit report code can be changed if desired at the locations below. Also the two digit codes can include the numbers 0-9 as well the special characters B,C,D,E & F. The chart below shows how to program the special 4+2 characters.
  • Page 89: Test Call Start Time & Period

    DTMF or PC ARM 4+2 CODE - P195E 7E (Value 00-FF) DTMF or PC DISARM 4+2 CODE DTMF or PC DISARM 4+2 CODE - P195E 8E (Value 00-FF) DURESS ALARM 4+2 CODE LCD KEYPAD LCD KEYPAD LED KEYPAD LED KEYPAD LCD KEYPAD CID &...
  • Page 90: Sia Alarm Report Codes

    “MEDICAL” ALARM 4+2 CODE “MEDICAL” ALARM 4+2 CODE - P195E 21E (Value 00-FF) “MEDICAL” ALARM RESTORE 4+2 CODE “MEDICAL” ALARM RESTORE 4+2 CODE - P195E 22E (Value 00-FF) SIA ALARM REPORT CODES The programmable SIA alarms events below are changed by programming a value from 1-14 (see chart below). For example, to send the SIA “Emergency Alarm”...
  • Page 91: Walk Test Mode

    WALK TEST MODE WALK-TEST MODE - P200E 6E This address is used to start walk-test mode while in installer or client program mode. By pressing P200E6E at the keypad, the keypad buzzer will beep at 1 second intervals to indicate walk-test mode is active. If a siren is connected to an Output and that output has option 1 turned on at location P36E the siren will give a 1 second beep every time a zone is triggered while walk-test mode is active.
  • Page 92: Default Codes & Telephone Numbers

    DEFAULT ALL PROGRAMMING TO FACTORY SETTINGS DEFAULT ALL PROGRAMMING TO FACTORY SETTINGS - P200E 10E This location is used to return the panels User and Installer Codes plus the Telephone Numbers & Account Codes to the default settings. CLEAR ALARM MEMORY BUFFER CLEAR ALARM MEMORY BUFFER - P200E 11E This location is used to clear ALL of the events stored on memory.
  • Page 93: Program Summary Guide

    ‘ S series ’ PROGRAM SUMMARY GUIDE The following program summary is an abbreviated version of all the panel program addresses. This is intended as a quick guide to finding a program address. In many address locations, there is a main address (e.g. “P1E”), then a sub address (e.g.
  • Page 94 Time Zone Assigned to a User Page 41 1-100E Time Zone to User # 1-100 1 = User Controlled by Time Zone # 1 (Default = All Off) 2 = User Controlled by Time Zone # 2 3 = User Controlled by Time Zone # 3 4 = User Controlled by Time Zone # 4 5 = User Controlled by Time Zone # 5 6 = User Controlled by Time Zone # 6...
  • Page 95: Miscellaneous Panel & Clock Settings

    (applies if the User Type, P2E, is set to 1) Delete a Specific Radio Pendant Code Page 43 P19E 21-100E Delete a Specific Radio Pendant Code for Users 21-100 (applies if the User Type, P2E, is set to 1) Find Radio Pendant memory Location Page 44 P20E Enter this address then operate the Radio Pendant to find its user #...
  • Page 96: Outputs

    Page 48 P25E Misc. User Options Miscellaneous User Options (Default = ) 1 = Code Required to View Memory 2 = Cancel Handover Zone Function in Stay Mode 3 = Output Control from Keypad is Disabled when Armed 4 = Keypad Codes are Disabled During Entry Delay 5 = No Keypad Indications while Armed 6 = Monitored KP Buss Output Board 7 = Enable Keypad Tamper Switch Alarms...
  • Page 97: Areas

    Output Reset Time P40E 1-8E Output 1-8 Reset Time - 0-9999 Seconds (Default = O/P 1=240, O/P 2=0, O/P 3=0, O/P 4=1) Page 51 (if option 2 at P37E is on the reset time is in minutes) Output Chime Mode Time Page 51 P41E 1-8E...
  • Page 98 Area “A” & “B” Arm Pulse to Output Area A&B Arm Pulse to Output - Page 55 P54E 1-2E Value 1-8 (for Outputs 1-8) (1=Area “A”) (Default = All Off) (2=Area “B”) Area “A” & “B” Stay Arm Pulse to Output Area A&B Stay Arm Pulse to Output - Page 55 P55E...
  • Page 99: Keypads

    KEYPADS Keypad Area Assignment Page 58 P71E 1-8E Keypads Assigned To Areas 1 = Area “A” (Default = 1,2) 2 = Area “B” Keypad Button Options Page 58 P72E 1-8E Keypad Button Options 1 = <CHIME> or <CONTROL><PROGRAM> Button Enabled (Default = All 1,2,3,4,5) 2 = <BYPASS>...
  • Page 100 8 = “B” Button can Disarm Stay Mode During Exit Delay Keypad to Output Mask (for Access Control) Page 63 P82E 1-8E Keypad to Output Mask 1 = The Keypad is linked to Output # 1 (Default = All Off) 2 = The Keypad is linked to Output # 2 3 = The Keypad is linked to Output # 3 4 = The Keypad is linked to Output # 4...
  • Page 101 2 = The Keypad “Wrong Code” Alarm will turn on Output # 2 3 = The Keypad “Wrong Code” Alarm will turn on Output # 3 4 = The Keypad “Wrong Code” Alarm will turn on Output # 4 5 = The Keypad “Wrong Code” Alarm will turn on Output # 5 6 = The Keypad “Wrong Code”...
  • Page 102: Keypad Switches

    KEY SWITCHES Key-switch Area Assignment Page 66 P111E 1-2E K/S 1 & 2 assigned to Areas A or B - 1 = Assigned to Area “A” (1 = K/S # 1) (Default K/S # 1 = 1) 2 = Assigned to Area “B” (2 = K/S # 2) (Default K/S # 2 = 2) Key-switch Access &...
  • Page 103 9 to 26 Normal zone mode Response time = approx 200ms –1sec Programming the Radio Zone Detector Type Programming the Radio Zone Type from the List - Page 71 P127E 1-16E Value = 1-35 (Default = 3) 0 = Generic 1 = Crow Merlin PIR (supervised signal ignored) 2 = Crow Merlin PIR (supervised signal active) 3 = Freelink with checksum (supervised signal active)
  • Page 104 5 = An Armed Zone Alarm will Beep Keypad #5 6 = An Armed Zone Alarm will Beep Keypad #6 7 = An Armed Zone Alarm will Beep Keypad #7 8 = An Armed Zone Alarm will Beep Keypad #8 Stay Mode Zone Alarm Beeps to Keypads Page 73 P135E...
  • Page 105 8 = Armed Zone Entry Delay will Beep Keypad #8 Stay Mode Entry Delay Beeps to Keypads Page 74 P143E 1-16E Stay Mode Entry Delay Beeps to Keypads (Default = 1) 1 = Stay Mode Entry Delay will Beep Keypad #1 2 = Stay Mode Entry Delay will Beep Keypad #2 3 = Stay Mode Entry Delay will Beep Keypad #3 4 = Stay Mode Entry Delay will Beep Keypad #4...
  • Page 106: Time Zones

    Stay Mode Entry Delay to Outputs Page 76 P162E 1-16E Stay Mode Entry Delay Beeps to Outputs (Default = All Off) 1 = Stay Mode Entry Delay to output #1 2 = Stay Mode Entry Delay to output #2 3 = Stay Mode Entry Delay to output #3 4 = Stay Mode Entry Delay to output #4 5 = Stay Mode Entry Delay to output #5 6 = Stay Mode Entry Delay to output #6...
  • Page 107: Dialler

    DIALLER Dialler Programming Options Page 78 P175E Dialler options (Default = 1,2,7) 1 = Dialler is Enabled 2 = Fax Defeat 3 = Disable Telephone Line Monitoring 4 = DTMF or Pulse Dial (For DTMF, 4&5 must both be OFF) 5 = DTMF or Reverse Pulse Dial (For DTMF, 4&5 must both be OFF) 6 = Send long DTMF tones during dialing 7 = Auto Detect Modem Mode...
  • Page 108: Telephone Numbers

    Programming Voice Board Messages Page 81 P176E Keypad or Radio “Panic” Alarm Voice Message Number - Value 0-99 (Default = 0) Page 81 P176E “Fire” Alarm Voice Message Number - Value 0-99 (Default = 0) Page 81 P176E “Medical” Alarm Voice Message Number - Value 0-99 (Default = 0) Page 81 P176E...
  • Page 109: Miscellaneous 4+2 Program Options

    Dialler Reporting Options D Page 86 P189E 1-8E Dialler Options D 1 = Report Latchkey Disarm (Default = 3,4,5 2 = Report Delinquent 3 = Report Tests 4 = Report Fuse Failure 5 = Report Output 1 or 2 Fail 6 = Report RTC Time changed 7 = Report Keypad Buss Trouble 8 = Report RF Interference (Jamming) Detected...
  • Page 110: Sia Alarm Report Codes

    Keypad “Panic” Alarm 4+2 Reporting Code Page 89 P195E Keypad Panic Alarm 4+2 Code - Two digit value from 00-FF Keypad “Panic” Alarm 4+2 Restore Reporting Code Page 89 P195E Keypad Panic Alarm Restore 4+2 Code - Two digit value from 00-FF Keypad “Fire”...
  • Page 111 Read RSSI from Pendants and Wireless Zones Page 92 P200E Read RSSI from Pendants and Wireless Zones...
  • Page 112: Avolution ' S Series' Led Keypad Image

    ‘ SERIES’ LED KEYPAD READY PROGRAM CONTROL BYPASS AC FAIL MEMORY BATTERY LOW LINE TROUBLE S series’ ‘ LED KEYPAD INDICATIONS MEMORY BYPASS STAY CONTROL ENTER PROGRAM ‘S ’ series LED KEYPAD INDICATIONS...
  • Page 113: Avolution 'S Series' Quick Start Guide

    ‘S series’ QUICK START GUIDE The default settings of this panel have been chosen to allow the system to be up and running with a minimum of pro- gramming. Because of this there are normally only a handful of program addresses that need to be changed to get the system fully functional.
  • Page 114: User Privileges Chart

    USER PRIVILEGES CHART P5E Options: Option 8: Can force download Option 7: Learn new radio devices Option 6: Change DTMF command Option 5: Change clock Option 4: Change phone numbers Option 3: Full access Option 2: Change others codes Program Option 1: Change own code Location User codes...
  • Page 115: Telecom Interface

    TELECOM INTERFACE The dialler facility on this controller has been designed to provide optimum flexibility in the way in which alarm events are reported. This flexibility includes options for reporting to a central monitoring station using Contact ID format, a Domestic reporting option using alternating siren tones, a format for reporting alarms to an alpha numeric pager and a powerful Speech Dialler.
  • Page 116: Contact Id Reporting Code Summary

    Contact ID Reporting Code Summary In addition to the programmable Contact ID Event Code assignments defined at P157E, P158E, P159E, P175E (10E-12E) there are a number of fixed event codes. The programmable and fixed event codes are all listed in the table below. Associated with the fixed and programmable event codes, there are a number of extension codes, that are also listed below.
  • Page 117: Sia Reporting Code Summary

    SIA Reporting Code Summary Most of the SIA Event Codes are fixed within the panel but some locations such as zones at P196E (1-16E) and Panic/Fire/Medical at P197E (1-3E) can have a user defined report code from the table below. To follow are the default SIA reporting codes. Event Type SIA Alarm Code SIA Restore Code...
  • Page 118: Setting Up And Operation Of The Full Duplex Two Way Voice Function

    Setting up and Operation of the Full Duplex Two Way Voice Function From panel software version V9.05 there have been some new options added to allow for a Full Duplex Two Way Voice connection following the successful reporting of an alarm event to monitoring. This new two way voice mode applies to alarm reports in either CID (Contact ID) or SIA.

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