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  • Page 1

    Easy Series ICP-EZM2 System Reference Guide...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Discover a New System 3.2.2 Establish and Configure the Wireless Network 3.2.3 Configure Devices Wireless Maintenance 3.3.1 Wireless Configuration Menu 3.3.2 Assigning Points 1 to 8 as Wireless Points Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 4

    Short Message Service (SMS) Configuration Accessing the User Interface and Logging On Using USB 9.3.1 Downloading the ITS-DX4020-G USB Driver 9.3.2 Installing the ITS-DX4020-G USB Driver 9.3.3 USB Main Menu F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 5

    Agency Approvals and Requirements 12.1 Certifications and Approvals 12.2 12.3 Industry Canada 12.4 12.5 Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 12.6 PD6662 and DD243 Requirements 12.7 EN50131 Requirements 12.8 INCERT 12.9 12.10 NF A2P Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 6: Overview

    Refer to Figure 1.1 through Figure 1.3 for overviews of the system components and wiring. IUI-EZ1 ISW-BHB1-WX DX2010 (+) (-) ICP-EZPS DX4020 (+) (-) (+) (-) (+) (-) (+) (-) ITS-DX4020-G Figure 1.1 System Component Wiring Overview F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 7

    11 2-wire Smoke Detector Option EOL resistor (P/N: 25899) required. 12 4-wire Smoke Detector Option EOL resistor (P/N: 25899) and Bosch EOL relay module required Note: The system uses a 12 VDC battery, connected as shown. Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 8

    | Overview Easy Series Figure 1.2 Overview of the System Component Location for the ICP-EZM2-R Enclosure Figure 1.3 Overview of the System Component Location for the ICP-EZM2-EU Enclosure F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 9

    When the system is completely installed and programmed, press the system test button to start a full system test. Port for ICP-EZVM voice module Enclosure terminal cover (ICP-EZM2-R Enclosure only) Shipped in hardware bag. Install over terminals when power supply wiring is completed. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 10: Phone Menus

    Refer to Section 5.2.2 System Programming Items, Page 43. When recording any description (point, output, user, or custom message), do not press any buttons on your phone until prompted by the system. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 11: User Phone Menu

    Availability of the menu items shown above depends on the system's status. When recording any description (point, output, user, or custom message), do not press any buttons on your phone until prompted by the system. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 12: System Installation And Configuration

    Avoid mounting wLSN devices in areas with large metallic objects, electrical panels or electric motors. They might reduce the (RF) range of a wLSN device. Table 2.1 Installation Considerations F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 13: Install System Components

    Route the wires through the desired knockouts. Mount the enclosure to the desired surface. Use proper anchor and screw sets when you install the enclosure on non-load-bearing surfaces, such as drywall. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 14: Install The Control Center

    Reconnect the control center and base, and then lock the control center. Refer to Section Control Center Display States, Page 75 for an overview of the various control center display states. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 15: Route Power-limited Wiring

    Install the configuration jumper on the CONFIG MODE (J200) pins. Refer to Figure 9.1, Page 62 for the jumper location. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 16: Install The Dx2010 Input Expander

    You can 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 5.1.2 Points, page 39. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 17: Apply System Power

    Use a cable tie to secure the incoming AC wires to the enclosure, where required. Refer to Figure 2.3, Page 17. Figure 2.3 Cable tie for MAINS to Power Supply Place the terminal cover over the power supply terminals. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 18: Initial System Startup

    However, you must use the Installation Tool with the wLSN Smoke Detector. You cannot determine RFSS with the detector itself. Refer to Section 3.1 Perform a RFSS Site Test with the Hub and the Device, page 28 for instructions. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 19: Prepare The Wlsn Hub For Site Testing And Rfss Mode

    If the location tests: – OK: Confirm that the location is OK by testing it with the actual wireless device for this location. – Not OK: Test a different location. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 20

    If the location tests: – OK: Confirm that the location is OK by testing it with the actual wireless device for this location. – Not OK: Test a different location. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 21

    If the location tests: – OK: Confirm that the location is OK by testing it with the actual wireless device for this location. – Not OK: Test a different location. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 22: Install Wlsn Devices

    If prompted to set the Country Code, press [3][4]. Refer to Section 11.2 Country Codes, page 107 for the appropriate Country Code. When finished following the prompts, press [#] to return to the Installer Menu. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 23: Discover Wireless Devices

    Perform both tests only if both the magnetic switch and supervised loop are used. Indoor Siren Tamper the device. Outdoor Siren Tamper the device. To configure the device, refer to Section 10.16 wLSN Outdoor Siren, page 91. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 24: Add Users, Tokens, And Key Fobs

    If you plan to use a programming key to copy control panel data for back up or use on another system, back up the data now. Refer to Section 4.3 Programming Keys, page 36. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 25: Configure The Its-dx4020-g Communicator

    Use the SMS configuration template to send the SMS to the installed SIM card phone number. For detailed SMS configuration information, refer to Section 9.2 Short Message Service (SMS) Configuration, page 63. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 26

    Status ITS-DX4020-G is not connected to the GPRS network. Flash ITS-DX4020-G is connected to the GPRS network, but not connected to the Bosch receiver. ITS-DX4020-G is connected to the Bosch receiver through the GPRS network. Table 2.10 D6600 Connection Status F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 27: Test Its-dx4020-g Communications

    Set Programming Item Number 362 to 2 (Route 2 only). d) Set Programming Item Number 202 to 1. If incoming GSM calling is enabled, initiate a phone call into the control panel voice menu. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 28: Point Expansion

    In order for the wireless network to operate properly, the following process must occur as shown below. → Inputs and Outputs → Establish → → Discover Configure Configure Devices Network Network Devices → Key Fobs F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 29: Discover A New System

    To configure the wireless network, the wLSN Hub selects the best channel for broadcasting. Once a channel is selected, the wLSN Hub then configures all discovered devices to operate on the selected frequency. This process takes several minutes. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 30: Configure Devices

    In a key fob-only system, adding the first key fob might take several minutes to complete as the wireless network is established and configured. Subsequent key fob additions take less time. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 31: Wireless Maintenance

    If you replace the control panel, select this option to send wireless data from (hub-to-control panel) the wireless hub to the control panel. This option deletes key fobs. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 32: Assigning Points 1 To 8 As Wireless Points

    The control panel assigned a point number to the device, but the device was not tested (faulted, or tampered, and restored). “x” = the voice description. By default, the system announces the point number. Table 3.3 Wireless System Messages F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 33: Programming Access Options

    Listen for the voice prompt to enter a passcode. – Enter the installer passcode to access the Installer Menu, or a user passcode to access the User Menu. Table 4.1 Phone System Access Options Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 34: Rps

    To answer the incoming call, the RPS operator clicks the Connect button on the RPS Panel Communication window to establish a remote connection between RPS and the control panel. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 35

    Tip House side. Refer to Figure 4.1, Page 35. Network Select this method to establish a network connection between the RPS PC (or laptop) and the control panel using the ITS-DX4020-G or the DX4020. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 36: Programming Keys

    The control center announces when data transfer is completed. When the (√) LED flashes green, data transfer is successful. If the (√) LED flashes red, the data transfer is unsuccessful. Remove and reinstall the key. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 37: Programming

    Section 11 Programming Details and Defaults, page 102. For country code specific defaults for programming items, refer to Section 11.3 Country Code Specific Default Programming Codes, page 108. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 38: Basic Programming

    4-digit default: 5432 6-digit default: 543211 Country Code Exit basic programming Expert Programming Installer Phone Menu Two-Way Voice Session Custom Messages Programming Exit installer menu and end phone session. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 39: Points

    Momentary Keyswitch – 24-Hour – Maintained Keyswitch – Fire Verified – 24-Hour Trouble – Fire Verified – User Emergency – Fire Instant Exit Points Return to the Installer Menu. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 40: Report Configuration

    [*] = . between each IP address notation. Press [#] twice within two seconds to exit without saving your entry. Table 5.2 Account Number and Phone Number/IP Address Entries F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 41: Outputs

    In a NF A2P compliant installation, use only NF A2P listed components, and check that each parameter is in the authorized range. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 42: Expert Programming

    Exit installer menu and end phone session. The following sections list programming items, item numbers, possible selections, and default values. Record custom values in the Entry column next to the respective default value. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 43: Rom Firmware Version Items

    6 = Cuba 7 = South America and Antarctica 8 = Namibia, Africa 9 = USA after 2006 Installer Passcode Override Enabled 0 = Disabled 1 = Enabled Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 44

    Test Report Hour 0 to 23 Test Report Minute 0 to 59 Test Report Day of Week 0 to 6, where 0 = Sunday and 6 = Saturday F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 45

    Force Arm/Exit Error 0 = Off-normal points create an Exit Error at the end of Exit Delay 1 = Off-normal points are force armed at the end of Exit Delay Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 46

    Default = Country-specific default. Select this programming item to hear the updated default value, or refer to Section 11.3 Country , page 108 Code Specific Default Programming Codes F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 47: Communicator Programming Items

    * = [*][*]; # = [*][#] Emergency Call Override Number Enter a 3-digit emergency number, such as 911. Emergency Call Override Number Delay 217 0 to 60 min Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 48

    Route 1 Primary = 293 Route 1 Backup =294 Route 2 Primary = 295 Route 2 Backup = 296 Extend Heartbeat Period 0 = Disabled 1 to 255 min F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 49: Rps Configuration Items

    Disable phone number = [0][#] Disable IP address = 240.0.0.0 RPS Automatic Call in Method 0 = Phone number 1 = IP address RPS Port Number 0 to 65535 7750 Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 50: Route Reporting Options

    To modify only a specific report, enter a value in that report's item number. 0 = Neither route 1 = Route 1 only; Primary and Backup 2 = Route 2 only; Primary and Backup 3 = Both routes; Primary and Backup F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 51

    2 = Route 2 only; Primary and Backup 3 = Both routes; Primary and Backup To enable the control center's emergency buttons, set Expert Programming Items 889, 888, and 890. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 52: Point Programming Items

    (must force arm). 3 = Cross zoning enabled, point is not on the exit route. 9015, 9025, 9035, 9045... Response Time 1 to 10 in 50 ms increments 9105...9155...9205...9325 F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 53

    Wireless Sensitivity (9018 ... 9328): Points 1 - 32 = 0 Alarm Verification (9016 ... 9326): Points 1 - 32 = 0 Table 5.3 Manuf. Default for Point Programming Items Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 54: Output Programming Items

    When programming a wireless output (for example, a siren or relay module), do not select an output function that requires the output to activate for an extended period (for example System Ready). F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 55: Control Center Programming Items

    0 = Disabled (token or passcode required). 1 = Enabled (token or passcode is not required). Invalid Passcode Attempt Limit 3 to 8. Control Center Lockout Time 1 to 30 min. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 56: User Programming Items

    Default = Country-specific default. Select this programming item to hear the updated default value, or refer to Section 11.3 Country , page 108 Code Specific Default Programming Codes CAUTION! Do not change the RFID Token Passwords item once tokens are added to the system. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 57: Factory Default

    For NF A2P installations, once the panel is configured, check that all parameters are within the range of authorized values. Refer to Section 12.7 EN50131 Requirements, page 119 Exit Programming Press [#] repeatedly until the system says "goodbye." This ends the phone session. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 58: Control Panel Event Codes (sia And Contact Id)

    System Battery Restoral 3 302 Low System Battery Communication Test Manual Test 1 601 Manual trigger test report Phone Line Fault Phone Line Trouble 1 351 Telco 1 fault F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 59

    1 461 Wrong Code Entry Firmware Updated Service Completed 1 412 Successful Download/Access Watchdog Reset Watchdog Reset 1 305 System Reset Date/Time Change Time Changed 1 625 Time/Date Reset Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 60: Default The System

    The device's LED briefly turns off and then on, indicating that the device was returned to an undiscovered state. For specific instructions for defaulting each wLSN device, refer to the wLSN Reference Guide (P/N F01U009440). F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 61: System Test And Maintenance

    Contact the central monitoring station (CMS) to verify that all necessary test reports were received, including test reports from all installed input and output devices. Maintain the System Bosch Security Systems, Inc. recommends testing the system regularly, and inspecting it according to local code or law. Installer History Event Announcements The Installer Menu (refer to Section 2.7 Configure the System from the Installer Phone Menu,...

  • Page 62: Its-dx4020-g Communicator Configuration

    To conserve power, install the LED disabling jumper to the LED DIS jumper pins when the LEDs are not being observed. When LED DIS jumper pins are shorted for the first time, the STATUS LED flashes the firmware version. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 63: Short Message Service (sms) Configuration

    CONFIG jumper is on. When the CONFIG jumper is removed, all incomplete configurations will be deleted. Table 9.2 shows an example of a single SMS message. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 64

    Table 9.3 Double SMS Example, Part 1 SMS Line No. Description Sample SMS %2<LF> SMS sequence number 14=134 14=134<LF> Option bus address End of configuration Table 9.4 Double SMS Example, Part 2 F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 65: Accessing The User Interface And Logging On Using Usb

    Supply power to the ITS-DX4020-G (12 VDC) and connect it to the target PC or laptop, using a USB-to-mini-USB (5-pin mini-B connector) cable (not supplied). The Found New Hardware Wizard opens. Figure 9.3 Found New Hardware Wizard Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 66

    Click OK and then click Next. The Found New Hardware Finish window opens. Figure 9.6 Found New Hardware Finish Window Click Finish to complete the installation of the ITS-DX4020-G USB driver. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 67: Usb Main Menu

    – after successfully entering a password – every time the user presses [Enter] without first selecting an option from the main screen – on returning from a sub-screen Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 68: Usb Option Menu

    If you press [Enter] without entering a new value, the current value is unchanged. To go to a specific menu option, enter the appropriate menu item number and press [Enter]. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 69

    0 to 10 Gain on received GSM signals. Enable incoming GSM 0 = Disabled Enables/Disables incoming GSM calls. calls where supported 1 = Enabled Table 9.7 ITS-DX4020-G Advanced Parameters Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 70: Upgrading The Its-dx4020-g Software

    To upgrade the software in the ITS-DX4020-G, you must download the latest ITS-DX4020-G binary file from the Bosch website to the target PC or laptop, and then use either Hyper Terminal or Tera Term to install the binary file on the ITS-DX4020-G.

  • Page 71: Installing The Software With Tera Term

    Figure 9.11 Tera Term XMODEM Send Window When the software upgrade is complete, close Tera Term, and remove the jumper plug from the CONFIG jumpers on the ITS-DX4020-G. The ITS-DX4020-G restarts. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 72: Device Specifications And Overview

    One per user (User 22 does not receive a token or key fob) 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 F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 73

    Output Voltage Range under AC line input: 16 VDC to 20 VDC Continuous Rated Output Current: 1.25 A Output Current Limit: Approximately 1.75 A to 2.5 A Periodic and Random Deviation (PARD): Less than 250 mV Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 74: Standby Battery Calculation

    Qty x Qty x Qty x Qty x Qty x Qty x Qty x Qty x Qty x Qty x Qty x Qty x Qty Total Total Total F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 75: Control Center

    Broken red circle; Fire or intrusion alarm occurred. flashing red icons Single rotating segment Alarm memory announcement. Add or change user token. Waiting for information from wireless network. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 76

    Alarm memory announcement (if system is on). Broken red circle At least one point is faulted or bypassed; no trouble exists. Table 10.2 System On (Occupied or Custom Protection) Display States F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 77

    Alarm memory announcement (if system is on). Broken red circle At least one point is faulted or bypassed; no trouble exists. Table 10.3 System On (Unoccupied) Display States Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 78: Dx2010 Input Expander

    If you add three DX2010 modules, wireless points can only occupy Points 1 to 8. – If you add a DX2010 module using address 102 (Points 9 to 16), wireless points can only occupy Points 17 to 32. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 79: Conettix Dx4020 Network Interface Module

    10.5 ITS-DX4020-G Communicator The Conettix ITS-DX4020-G Communicator is a multi-function, dual-path security communicator that communicates with Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Conettix receivers. It is compatible with DX4020 protocols, and it provides a cellular (GSM/GPRS) modem. ITS-DX4020-G GPRS/GSM Communicator Operating Voltage:...

  • Page 80: Wlsn Installation Tool

    Charging Status LED LED (Green) Status Batteries fully charged Installation Tool operation on battery only. Flashing Batteries charging Flashing power indicator Low battery Table 10.4 wLSN Installation Tool LED Status F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 81: Wlsn Hub

    RFSS Mode LED flashes once every 4 sec. Table 10.5 wLSN Hub LED Displays Switches Function Normal Operation RFSS Mode Default Mode Table 10.6 wLSN Hub Switch Settings Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 82: Wlsn Pir And Dual Motion Detectors

    (using the back of the device). Repeat the Walk Test. Repeat Steps a and b until the required coverage is met. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 83: Wlsn Door-window Contact

    Requires the use of a 19 mm (3/4 in.) drill bit and 22 mm (7/8 in.) spade bit Circuit Board Removal Needle nose pliers are recommended EN50131-1 Security Grade 2, Environmental Class II Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 84: Wlsn Mini Door-window Contact

    Security Grade 2, Environmental Class II Tamper Switch Location Refer to Figure 10.3 on Page 84 for the location of the device's tamper switch. Figure 10.3 Mini Door-Window Contact Tamper Switch F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 85: Wlsn Inertia Detector

    Figure 10.4 Sensor Adjustment Remove sensor element Turn sensor element as desired Ensure arrow on sensor element points up Proper wire routing Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 86

    Once to indicate initialization is complete and the unit is in Test mode – Twice to indicate a Minor Attack test – Three times to indicate a Gross Attack test F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 87: Wlsn Key Fob

    Press and hold for 1 sec to create a panic alarm. Arm button Press to turn the system on (unoccupied). Press and hold to create a panic alarm. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 88

    Red blip If the LED flashes red once every 5 sec when the key fob is not in use, replace the batteries. Table 10.8 wLSN Key Fob LED Status F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 89: Wlsn Relay Module

    Security Grade 2, Environmental Class II NOTICE! The external power option is intended to be used as a supplemental (secondary) source of power only. Do not operate the Relay Module without the batteries. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 90: Wlsn Indoor Siren

    Security Grade 2, Environmental Class II NOTICE! The external power option is intended to be used as a supplemental (secondary) source of power only. Do not operate the Indoor Siren without the batteries. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 91: Wlsn Outdoor Siren

    Flashes every 20 sec from 30 min of the alarm until the siren is turned off. OFF/ON Reserved Reserved for future use. Table 10.9 Outdoor Siren DIP Switch Settings Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 92: Wlsn Smoke And Heat Detectors

    The low battery trouble chirps can be silenced for 24 hours by pushing the Test/Silence Button. Refer to Figure 10.7 on Page 92 for the location of the Test/Silence Button. Figure 10.7 wLSN Smoke Detector High intensity LED Test/Silence Button F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 93

    Flashing Normal. Detects smoke (heat), sending an alarm. Replace the batteries, clean the detector, or replace the optical chamber as required. Table 10.11 wLSN Smoke Detector LED Statuses Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 94

    Mount the detector onto the mounting base. Test the detector's sensitivity. Refer to Section Sensitivity Test on Page 93. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 95: Wlsn Glassbreak Detector

    Service door Test Mode pads Sensitivity DIP switches Event LED Alarm LED LED enable switch (off position) Housing screw RFSS Mode LED (remove housing screw and cover piece) Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 96

    Page 95) in the direction the arrow points (above the switch). An orange flag protrudes from the side of the detector. Refer to Figure 10.10 on Page 96. Figure 10.10 wLSN Glassbreak Sensitivity Switches Test pads Sensitivity switches F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 97

    Test the detector at least once each year. Test the detector with the 13-332 Sound Sensor Tester. Figure 10.11 13-332 Sound Sensor Tester Activate/Test switch Start button Flex/Man switch Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 98

    If the detector receives both the flex and audio signals properly, its red Alarm LED lights for 3 sec. If the red LED does not light, return to Section 9.0 RFSS Site Testing on page 81 to reposition the detector. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 99

    The LED flashing and a low battery indication at the control panel are independent of each other and do not necessarily occur at the same time. Receiving either condition indicates a low battery. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 100: Wlsn Water Sensor/low-temperature Sensor

    Submerge the water probe in water for at least 5 sec. Low-temperature Short the "T" pads for at least 5 sec. Refer to Figure 10.13, Page 101. Table 10.13 Water Sensor/Low-temperature Sensor Test and Enable Procedures F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 101

    Easy Series Device Specifications and Overview | en 101 Figure 10.13 Enabling the Water Probe and Low-Temperature Functions Water sensor Low-temperature sensor Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 102: Programming Details And Defaults

    Enter how long the system waits for at least two Cross Zone points to be faulted before the control panel sends a Verified Alarm report to the central station. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 103

    This option only effects the button presses on the phone while an audio verify session is active between the control panel and the central station operator. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 104

    601. Key Fob Duress Select whether or not a wireless key fob sends a Duress event when the Arm and Disarm buttons are pressed and held together. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 105

    880. Alarm Message Minimum Repeat Time Enter how long the control center waits between alarm message announcements before repeating the message even if the control center's proximity sensor detects motion. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 106

    9xx6. Alarm Verification Select whether or not the central station can verify the alarm when it receives an alarm report from the point and the report is acknowledged. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 107: Country Codes

    Denmark Romania Egypt Russian Federation Finland Spain France Sweden Germany Taiwan Greece Thailand Hong Kong Turkey Hungary Ukraine India United Arab Emirates Indonesia United Kingdom Ireland United States Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 108: Country Code Specific Default Programming Codes

    Prog Item# ↓ 9011 9021 9031 9041 9051 9061 9071 9081 9012 9022 9032 9042 9052 9062 9072 9082 9092 9102 9112 9122 9132 9142 9152 9162 9172 9182 9192 F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 109

    Programming Details and Defaults | en 109 Country Codes Prog Item# ↓ 9202 9212 9222 9232 9242 9252 9262 9272 9282 9292 9302 9312 9322 9015 9025 9035 9045 9055 9065 9075 9085 Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 110

    Prog Item# ↓ 9011 9021 9031 9041 9051 9061 9071 9081 9012 9022 9032 9042 9052 9062 9072 9082 9092 9102 9112 9122 9132 9142 9152 9162 9172 9182 9192 F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 111

    Programming Details and Defaults | en 111 Country Codes Prog Item# ↓ 9202 9212 9222 9232 9242 9252 9262 9272 9282 9292 9302 9312 9322 9015 9025 9035 9045 9055 9065 9075 9085 Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 112: Agency Approvals And Requirements

    CSFM Listing - Control Unit Household – Japan Approvals Institute for Telecommunications Equipment (JATE) * * Not investigated by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc NOTICE! The ITS-DX4020-G has not been tested by UL. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 113: Fcc

    If you experience trouble with the Easy Series Intrusion Control Panel, contact Bosch Security Systems Customer Service for repair and warranty information. If the trouble harms the telephone network, the telephone company might request that you remove the equipment from the network until the problem is resolved.

  • Page 114: Industry Canada

    Sends a Recent Closing report for any alarm that occurs within two min of the end of Exit Delay – Includes a Fire Verified point type option that is disabled by default F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 115

    For all non-fire One fault One fault (programmable) zones, shut down at one or two faults 4.3.2 Swinger Shutdown Allowed For non-police Enabled Enabled (all Disable response zones zones) Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 116: Underwriters Laboratories (ul)

    Refer to Programming Item 108 in Section 5.2.2 System Programming Items, page 43. – The system must be able to operate for at least 24 hr, and generate a full alarm output for at least 4 min without AC power. F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 117

    * Systems are approved for Encrypted Line Security when used in conjunction with the C900V2 Conettix IP Dialer Capture Module and communicating over a packet-switched data network (PSDN). Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 118: Pd6662 And Dd243 Requirements

    The Easy Series Intrusion Control Panel is designed to comply with PD6662:2004 as a Grade 2 system that supports Notification Options A, B, C, or X with the appropriate notification devices installed (devices not included with system). F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 119: En50131 Requirements

    Select Option 3 Restrict Installer Passcode Select Option 1 RPS Automatic Call In Frequency Select Option 0 Page 49 Passcode Length Set passcode length to six digits Page 56 Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 120: Incert

    ISW-BIN-S135X wLSN Choc and magnetic contact ISW-BSM1-SX wLSN smoke detector ISW-BGB1-SAX wLSN Glass break detector ISW-BSR1-WX wLSN sounder ISW-BRL1-WX wLSN output relay DX2010 8 wire zones expansion board F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 121

    Total aux current: C ...mA ...mA Total A + B + C ...mA ...mA Max backup current available, with a 17 AH battery (type 465 mA 1000 mA 2, 36H) Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 122

    To record the state "alarm", set the corresponding output to "intrusion and fire 2" (reversed level) Programming Items To comply with NF A2P, set these programming items as follows: F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 123

    * The middle digits = the point number. For example, "01" = Point 1, and "32" = Point 32. Table 12.1 NF A2P Certified Configuration Values NOTICE! For supervised points (dual EOL), 2.2k Ω EOL resistors (P/N: 47819) required. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. System Reference Guide F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10...

  • Page 124

    Seal the sealing lead as near as possible from the enclosure. Figure 12.1 Enclosure Sealing Enclosure Sealing Location (pre-opened) Right side of the enclosure Right side of the door Sealing lead F01U087835 | 02 | 2008.10 System Reference Guide Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

  • Page 126

    Bosch Security Systems, Inc. 130 Perinton Parkway Fairport, NY 14450 (800) 289-0096 www.boschsecurity.com © Bosch Security Systems, Inc., 2008...

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