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GX-Series Control Panel
Installation and Setup Guide
800-05928 9/10 Rev. B

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  • Page 1 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 800-05928 9/10 Rev. B...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Table of Contents INTRODUCTION..............................1-1 Variants ..................................1-1 Terminology Glossary .............................1-1 SECTION 1: QUICK SETUP ..........................1-2 SECTION 2: SYSTEM ARCHTECTURE .......................2-1 Mounting the Control Cabinet ..........................2-2 Installing the Cabinet Lock ............................2-2 Installing the PCB in the Control ..........................2-3 RS485 Expansion Module (GX-520 only) ......................2-5...
  • Page 4 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Addressing................................4-1 Keypad Installation Procedure ..........................4-1 Volume Control................................4-3 Adding a Keypad to the System ..........................4-3 Removing a Keypad from the System........................4-3 Self Diagnostics...............................4-3 Keypad/ Operation ..............................4-4 Multiple Group Systems ............................4-5 Power LED ................................4-5 Display ..................................4-5 The GX-Series TouchCenter...........................4-6...
  • Page 5 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Option 11 – Omit (Bypass) Zones [Quick Menu Option 0] ...................6-10 Option 12 – Timed Set (Arm) ..........................6-11 Option 13 – Part Set (Part Arm) ..........................6-11 Option 14 – Forced set (Forced bypass) [Quick Menu Option 1] .................6-11 Option 15 –...
  • Page 6 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide...
  • Page 7: Introduction

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide INTRODUCTION This manual gives full instructions required to install and program a GX-Series control panel and associated peripherals. The GX-Series provides the following features: Features GX-48 GX-520 Zones 16-48 16-520 Outputs (400mA) 8-24...
  • Page 8: Section 1: Quick Setup

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide SECTION 1: QUICK SETUP To quickly set arm up a GX-Series control panel for programming follow these simple steps: 1. Connect a 1k • resistor across each of the zones on the panel and any RIO’s (if connected).
  • Page 9: Section 2: System Archtecture

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide SECTION 2: SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE 16 zones on board PSTN (comm 1) GX Series on board 8 outputs telecom on board area Trigger plus 6 outputs Header on trigger header Line Line Line Line Audio Interface Module (1) ‡...
  • Page 10: Mounting The Control Cabinet

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Mounting the Control Cabinet To mount the control cabinet, perform the following steps: Do not attempt to remove the knockouts after the circuit board has been installed Step Action Before mounting the circuit board, remove the metal knockouts for the wiring entry that you will be using.
  • Page 11: Installing The Pcb In The Control

    (Figure 2-3). These steps are important to minimize the risk of panel RF interference with television reception. The 7 transistorized outputs on the GX-Series can be configured to open collectors by setting the dip switch SW3 to the OFF position. Table 2-1 shows which outputs are controlled by which switches.
  • Page 12 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide LINE PHONE Figure 2-4. PCB Layout...
  • Page 13: Rs485 Expansion Module (Gx-520 Only)

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide RS485 Expansion Module (GX-520 only) The RS485 Expansion Module is attached to the GX-520 to give 2 extra RS485 (AB) lines. SKT2 RS485 EXPANSION +12V MODULE +12V 2 2 3 3 6 6 7 7 8 8...
  • Page 14: Connecting The Control Unit To Earth Ground

    Figure 2-6. Installing the Control Power Requirements The GX-Series uses 1451 power supply as the primary power source. Because the system power is distributed over the RS-485 buses, it is important to keep the voltage drops along the buses to a minimum.
  • Page 15: Connecting The Gx-Series To The Pstn

    Figure 2-7. Connecting the GX-Series to the PSTN (Incoming Telephone Line) Connect the on-board Telecom Module to the PSTN as shown in the diagram. Notes: 1. Terminals 1 and 2 must be hard-wired to LINE A (Tip) and B (Ring) terminals on the GX-Series PCB. The connection is polarity independent.
  • Page 16: Battery Start-Up

    The PSU is available for zones/outputs and peripherals. Memory The GX-Series control panel has a built-in memory chip with its own battery backup on the main PCB. This allows the panel to retain the system configuration, programming details and the event log for up to a year when both the mains power and standby battery have been disconnected.
  • Page 17: Rs485 Data Communication Bus (Ab Lines)

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide RS485 Data Communication Bus (AB Lines) Communication between the GX-Series control panels and the modules attached to the system takes place on the AB lines. The communication protocol is RS485 format. The control panel constantly monitors the modules attached to it.
  • Page 18 9. The power supply in the GX-Series control panel and remote power supplies must not be connected in parallel. 10. The 0 V of all remote power supplies should be connected in common to the 0 V of the GX-Series control panel.
  • Page 19: Zones

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Zones The default setting for the zones on the GX-Series are as follows: Zone 1001 = Final Zone 1002 = Exit All remaining zones = Intruder Zone Addresses Each zone has a four digit address; 1004, 4136. The address is made up of three reference numbers as shown...
  • Page 20: Wiring Zones

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Wiring Zones The zones on GX-Series panels can be Double Balanced (default) or End of Line. Zones can be programmed with different resistance ranges for zone status activation (see Parameter 51.46 = Parameters.Zone Resistance).
  • Page 21: Wiring Multiple Detectors

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide When this wiring mode is employed, only one detector which can report fault conditions should be connected to the zone. A maximum of two detectors or contacts of any type should be connected to a zone when this mode is selected.
  • Page 22: Wiring Keyswitches

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Wiring Keyswitches Latching or spring loaded keyswitches can be used to set (arm) and unset (disarm) the GX-Series panels; option 52 = PROGRAM ZONES has provision to accommodate both types of transition. If the keyswitch latches, the transition from 1 k•...
  • Page 23: Output Applications

    Figure 2-18. Single Pole Change–Over Relay Output Configuration and Typical application Trigger Header The Trigger Header on the GX-Series is a set of pins that consist of programmable outputs for an external communication module. The connection is via an optional ribbon cable.
  • Page 24: Supply

    Fitting the SPI Key The SPI key is inserted directly on to the GX-Series control panel. CAUTION: Always power down the panel BEFORE removing or connecting the SPI key. Failure to do so may result in damage to the SPI key.
  • Page 25 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 1. Release the hinged cap to expose the 10-way connector. 2. Plug the SPI Key on to the Program Header on the GX-Series control panel. Removing the SPI Key CAUTION: Always power down the panel BEFORE removing or connecting the SPI key. Failure to do so may result in damage to the SPI key.
  • Page 26 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 2-18...
  • Page 27: Section 3: Peripherals

    The RIO can only be connected to the system while engineer mode is accessed. The RS485 (AB) line of the GX-Series RIO must be wired in parallel (daisy-chain configuration) with the RS485 (AB) line of any keypads connected to the system. The RIO requires 12 VDC and 40 mA. This can be supplied from the...
  • Page 28: Configuring The Rio

    In UL installations, do not use an Ethernet card in wireless LAN or WAN configurations. The Ethernet Module is an optional add-on to the GX-Series control panel. It is a highly intelligent and compact module, combining alarm signaling, remote servicing and integrated facilities over Ethernet LAN and/or WAN.
  • Page 29: Configuring The Ethernet Module

    Series systems. Functions include configuration and programming, control and diagnostic servicing. RSS also includes an Event Monitoring application. Event Monitoring is an advanced, high performance software program that allows a PC to receive and store detailed event and alarm information from GX-Series control panels.
  • Page 30 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Operating RSS Software on the Primary or Backup Computer 1. Open the Frontshell + Commserver program. 2. Enter a user name and password [defaults are manager and password, respectively]. 3. Double click on the required account name, and the V6 application opens up.
  • Page 31 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide UL609 Local Mercantile Premises 1. All zones must be configured for single EOLR supervision detection. 2. Attach a Listed door tamper switch (supplied) to protect the cabinet door. Wire the supplied tamper switches to the terminal block labeled lid tamper on the main control board.
  • Page 32 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide...
  • Page 33: Section 4: Keypads

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide SECTION 4: KEYPADS Two types of keypad can be installed on the GX-Series: The Mk7 Keypad and the Touch Center keypad. Both types of keypad are described in this section. The GX-Series Mk7 Keypad...
  • Page 34 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Connections to the terminals are: Connector Terminals GX-Series Keypads A line to panel B line to panel 12 VDC input – Table 4-2. Keypad Terminal Connections 2. Use the backplate as a template, and mark the locations for the three attachment screws in the required position.
  • Page 35: Volume Control

    2. Ensure that the keypad has a valid address. 3. Connect the keypad to the system - refer to the Keypad Installation Procedure. NOTE: A new keypad can only be configured into an existing GX-Series system from engineer mode. 4. Access engineer mode.
  • Page 36: Keypad Operation

    GX-033-V0 The number keys are also used, once access to the system has been gained, to select and modify options. These keys are used to initiate GX-Series system setting (arming). Pressing the A> or View Keys <B key immediately after a valid PIN has been entered starts one of the routines for setting (arming) the system.
  • Page 37: Multiple Group Systems

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Multiple Group Systems The larger GX-Series systems have more than eight groups; these are displayed on the keypad in blocks of eight groups. Press the A> or <B key to display each of the group blocks.
  • Page 38: The Gx-Series Touchcenter

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide The GX-Series TouchCenter General The GX-Series TouchCenter connects to the RS485 data bus of the GX-Series panels. The TouchCenter combines a clear graphical display with simple touch-screen control, providing an easy user interface. MK7 KEYPAD...
  • Page 39: Set-Up Menu

    The TouchCenter has a number of configuration settings which are set up directly within the keypad. To access these settings, the TouchCenter must be in communication with the GX-Series Panel. The panel must be in Engineer’s mode. Proceed as follows: 1.
  • Page 40 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide...
  • Page 41: Section 5: Access Control

    NOTE: For UL294 applications all panic hardware must be UL listed. Door Control Modules (DCMs) can be added onto the GX-Series bus lines to add fully integrated access control. Each DCM allows two Wiegand readers to be connected to control two separate doors; each door with an exit button or one door with an entry and exit reader.
  • Page 42 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Bus 1/2 not GX-Series 12 v supported RS485 connect input RS485 BUS1/2 Engineer Header Common pin for Shield Shield connecting cable shield 12 volt output U EXT U EXT 0 volt connect DO (Data Out)
  • Page 43: Inputs

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Inputs The DCM includes the following sensing inputs: Door Contact (DC) This input is a normal alarm zone input that has the same functionality as a normal security zone type. It uses normal 1k/2k double balanced zone wiring.
  • Page 44: Led Output

    Table 5-1. DIP Switch Addressing Connecting the DCM to GX-Series System The DCM must be wired to the GX-Series RS485 (AB) line in parallel (daisy-chain configuration). The DCM requires 12VDC. See Figure 5-1 for a diagram of the connections. NOTE: If the DCM is the last module on the line, connect a 680 Ω EOL resistor across the A and B terminals.
  • Page 45: Specifications

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Specifications Physical Weight (RIO): 0.6 lb (270g) approx. Dimensions (RIO Box): 5.91 in x 6.38 in x 1.54 in (150mm x 162mm x 39mm) Electrical Nominal supply voltage: 12V DC Current draw, Typical: 40mA Typical...
  • Page 46 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide...
  • Page 47: Section 6: System Operation

    Menu Options General The GX-Series provides various menu options for modifying the functional performance of the system. There are two menu structures: 1. Full Menu — only accessed by authorized users including the master manager code and by the engineer (installer).
  • Page 48: Menu Access

    Option 66 (Pre-check) there is also a 20 minute timeout after the last zone has been activated. Engineer (Installer) Mode To program the GX-Series control panel, the system must be in Engineering mode. This allows access to the Engineer menu options 50 = ENGINEER 1, 60 = ENGINEER 2 and 70 = ENGINEER 3.
  • Page 49 3. That all of the access doors are closed. If any of the access doors are open, then the exit procedure is halted until all of the doors are closed. 4. That there are no power failures on the GX-Series system, such as AC fail or battery fail. Aborting the Exit Engineer Mode Procedure If the esc key is pressed at any point while Engineer mode is being exited, before the normal banner is displayed, the exit procedure is aborted and the system remains in Engineering mode.
  • Page 50: Setting (Arming) Options

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide SETTING (ARMING) OPTIONS Setting (Arming) the System Using a PIN Full Setting (Full Arming) Enter: USERCODE + A> If groups are enabled and the user code has been assigned group choice then the keypad displays the set...
  • Page 51: Unsetting (Disarming) The System Using A Pin

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Unsetting (Disarming) the System Using a PIN During the disarming procedure, initiated by the opening of FINAL or ENTRY zone on a set (armed) group, the system is unset (disarmed) by entering the user code followed by the A> key.
  • Page 52: Cancelling And Resetting Alarms And Alerts

    Use the A> and <B keys to scroll through multiple activations. If the user code entered is not of a sufficient level to reset the GX-Series, the keypad displays the message CALL MANAGER RESET REQUIRED or CALL ENGINEER RESET REQUIRED (parameter 51.63 = Banner Alerts must be enabled), depending on the type of alarm and level of reset required.
  • Page 53: Setting (Arming) Features

    30 seconds. Setting (Arming) Features The GX-Series control panels provide a range of features to assist the user in setting (arming) and unsetting (disarming) the system, to minimize the possibility of error when carrying out these procedures.
  • Page 54 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Omitted (Bypassed) Zones If zones are omitted (bypassed) when the system starts setting, this is indicated on the keypad. The keypad indicates how many zones are omitted. Expiration Warning During the last 25% of the programmed exit time outputs programmed as Entry/Exit Horn begin to pulse rapidly, indicating that time is running short.
  • Page 55 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Fail to Set (Arm) An output type (Option 53-Program output 40, Fail Set) is available that activates if a full set (arm) has not occurred after a programmed period of time (determined by Option 51-Parameter 35, Fail to Set) from the start of the setting (arming) procedure.
  • Page 56: Menu Options

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Menu Options 11-19 Option 11 – Omit (Bypass) Zones [Quick Menu Option 0] Code + ent + 11 + ent + A> or <B to select zone + # + A> or <B to select zone + # + ..
  • Page 57: Option 12 - Timed Set (Arm)

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Option 12 – Timed Set (Arm) This option, when entered, starts the setting (arming) routine. The Entry/Exit Horns emit the expiry warning using the programmed exit time (0-300 seconds). The system sets at the end of the exit time or earlier if a Final Zone is opened and closed, key 0 is pressed —...
  • Page 58: Option 18 - Home Set (Arm) [Stay]

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Option 18 – Home Set (Arm) [Stay] The Home Set option either fully sets or part sets the system. The system is: • fully set (armed) if the exit time is manually terminated via a Final or Push-Set zone operation;...
  • Page 59: Option 21 - Display Zones [Quick Menu Option 3]

    A printout of all the zones is available from this option by pressing the * key; pressing the esc key aborts the printout. NOTE: A serial printer must be connected to the GX-Series panel via a printer interface module, an RS232 interface module, or the on-board RS232 serial port. {Not evaluated by UL.} Option 22 –...
  • Page 60: Option 23 - System

    The esc key aborts the print out. NOTE: A serial printer must be connected to the GX-Series panel via a printer interface module, the RS232 interface module, or the RS232 serial port.
  • Page 61: Option 25 - Access Doors

    This option allows a specific date to be entered in the format DD/MM/YY. This forces the display to go to a specific date. Access Log Access events are transmitted using Contact ID, SIA and Alarm Monitoring formats. Access events transmitted are listed in Table 6-2. The GX-Series Access Log is capable of recording 1,000 events. Contact Module User...
  • Page 62 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Access Log Information The access log contains a reason why the door will not operate. These can be: • Not Grp Match • Reject Grp Set • Illegal Time The keypad display in the access log also shows user information:...
  • Page 63 Access Log The GX-Series system has a 1000 event log for the recording the access activations. This log is shared by all readers on the system and operates on a first-in-first-out basis for overwriting events when the log is filled.
  • Page 64: Option 31 - Walk Test [Quick Menu Option 6]

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Test Options NOTE: Test frequency of the control panel and all accessories once per year. Option 31 – Walk Test [Quick Menu Option 6] 31 = Walk Test 1 = View 1 = Zones Untested...
  • Page 65: Option 32 - Outputs

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide The response times of the zone circuits are reduced to 20 msecs for the duration of the Walk Test to facilitate the detection of loose connections or damaged wiring. Once the Walk Test has started, opening a zone (or a zone that is open at the start of the test) activates outputs programmed as Entry/Exit Horn.
  • Page 66: Option 41 - Time/Date [Quick Menu Option 7]

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Option 41 – Time/Date [Quick Menu Option 7] The Time/Date option can be accessed and modified by type 3.6 codes, the Engineer and the remote code. If any groups are locked, then the time and date cannot be modified.
  • Page 67 2. Enter the engineer code. 3. Press the esc key. The GX-Series begins the exit engineer mode procedure by checking the integrity and security of the system: • CHECKING FOR TAMPERS — the panel calculates that the standby battery connected to it is capable of operating the system for the required period (as entered in the Standby Battery parameter —...
  • Page 68 • If modules have been added, the GX-Series reports the previous and current number of modules connected to the system, before returning to the normal banner. If the esc key is pressed at any time during the exit engineer mode procedure, the procedure is aborted and the GX-Series returns to the engineer mode.
  • Page 69 1 = Modify PIN The PIN identifies each user to the GX-Series panel and permits the user to operate the system. The Modify PIN option allows a PIN to be assigned to the user or an existing PIN to be modified. The PIN must be a four, five or six digit number that is unique to the system.
  • Page 70: Duress Code

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Level Access Availability 1.0† Guard Entered into event memory – no other option 2.1† Cleaner Can only set (arm) the system and change own PIN 2.2† Caretaker Can only set (arm) and unset (disarm) the system and change own PIN...
  • Page 71 Multi-group Systems The larger GX-Series panels have 32 groups; these are displayed on the keypad in blocks of eight groups, subdivided into A, B, C and D. Press the A> or <B key to display each of the group blocks.
  • Page 72 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Code has been enabled (refer to option 63.1 = OPTIONS.Groups); the system defaults to groups disabled. On selecting the Modify Groups option, the groups currently allocated to the user are displayed. All users default to group 1. Pressing the group number toggles the group assigned to the user; pressing 2 and 3 assign groups 2 and 3 to the user;...
  • Page 73 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Menu Access. The default option is Not Used. A new option is assigned by pressing the A> or <B key until the required option is displayed or by entering the option number directly and then pressing the ent to accept the selection.
  • Page 74: Option 43 - Dlight Saving [Quick Menu Option 9]

    The currently displayed trace can be printed out by pressing the * key; pressing the esc key aborts the printout. NOTE: A serial printer must be connected to the GX-Series panel via the on-board serial port, a printer interface module or an RS232 interface module.
  • Page 75 Multi-group Systems The larger GX-Series panels have 32 groups; these are displayed on the keypad in blocks of eight groups, subdivided into A, B, C and D. Press the A> or <B key to display each of the group blocks.
  • Page 76 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide NOTE: Only the engineer can enable early opening for individual groups, but global enable must be done first. 2 = Early Open Type 3. 6 Users and Engineer when Groups are Disabled If groups have not been enabled on the system, the programming of the Early Open option is identical for type 3.6 users and the engineer;...
  • Page 77 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide NOTE: Parameter 51.41 = Weekend Work must be enabled (default is Disabled) to allow the Weekend Day to be selected by the user. 2 = Pattern Day Option not available. See Option 65.1.6 2 = Assign groups This option assigns the groups that will be unset (disarmed) at the weekend.
  • Page 78: Option 46 - Group Omit (Area Bypass)

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Option 46 – Group omit (Area bypass) This option allows a 3.6 type code to block omit all the omittable zones that are open at the end of the confirm time in a group or multiple groups. All zones in the required groups that have the omit attribute enabled (refer to option 52.4 = PROGRAM ZONES.Omit) are omitted (bypassed) when this option is...
  • Page 79: Option 47 - Remote Access

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Option 47 – Remote Access This menu option permits control of all site initiated remote connectors. The menu structure for this option is shown below. 47 = Remote Access 1= Service 0 = Int Telecoms...
  • Page 80 This option selects the on-board telecoms as the communication device. 0 = Direct Access On selecting this option, a 40 minute access period is enabled on the GX-Series panel; remote servicing software can directly access the system during this period. Once access to the panel has been gained, it can be maintained indefinitely;...
  • Page 81 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 0 = Off In this mode the panel will not automatically initiate a remote servicing call even if the panel programming has changed. This is the default setting. 1 = Timed In this mode, following modification to panel programming, a remote servicing call will be initiated automatically between a programmed start time (option 47.4.2.1) and end time (option 47.4.2.2).
  • Page 82 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 4 = Conn. Retry If the attempt to initiate a remote servicing call fails, the panel can be programmed to do repeat dial attempts. There are three further options: 1 = Retry Interval The dial attempts can be programmed to occur from 0-60 minutes.
  • Page 83 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 3 = No Code/Notice This enables a remote servicing session without the need for a Service PIN code and the panel’s remote servicing notification message. This option uses the start and end times programmed in menu 47.4.2.1 and 47.4.2.2 respectively.
  • Page 84: Option 48 - Engineer (Installer) Access

    This option allows access to the SIA alarm signaling format and has two levels of access. 48.2.0 = Full Access This option allows a SIA level 4 user to send commands to the GX-Series control panel. The user can reset/disarm the panel after an alarm signal.
  • Page 85: Engineer 1

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Engineer 1 Option 51 – Parameters This option allows the engineer to modify the system functions. Options can be selected using the A> or <B keys or by entering the two digit parameter number and pressing the ent key. The selected options can then be programmed by using the A>...
  • Page 86 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 01 = Bell Time The duration of the Bells output activation is programmable within the range 0–30 minutes; the default is 15. Assigning a value of 00 minutes sets the Bell Time to infinity.
  • Page 87 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 2=Bell Delay This option is either enabled or disabled. When enabled, it will hold off the start of any bell delay time programmed in parameter 03, until the end of the abort time programmed above.
  • Page 88 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 08 = No. Re-Arms The Number of Re-arms parameter determines the number of times that an armed system can re-arm the bells following an alarm activation. The default setting is 9 (infinite) with a programmable range of 0 – 9, where 9 is infinite re-arm.
  • Page 89 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide This parameter can be assigned a different value for each group. 14 = Key/SW Level This parameter assigns a code type to zones programmed as Keyswitch. The Keyswitch zone can be used to reset and disarm the system, tamper and PA alarms - depending on the reset type assigned to each of these parameters.
  • Page 90 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 19 = Part Alarm When the Part Alarm parameter is set to 1 (enabled — default setting) the Bells and Strobe outputs activate if an alarm condition occurs when the system is part set (part armed).
  • Page 91 52. 28 = Online Print This parameter is used to select the print mode required when connecting a serial printer to the GX-Series panel; there are two options: 0 = disabled (default): system only prints specific details at the user’s request. The printer can be connected and disconnected at any time as required;...
  • Page 92 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 31 = Delay Alarm This parameter determines the delay between the activation of an Intruder Delay zone and the alarm sounding or a Log Delay zone being recorded as opening in the event log. The Delay Alarm is programmable within the range 0–3000 seconds;...
  • Page 93 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide The Control Panel PSU calculates the battery run time from the programmed Battery Size (parameter 36) and the load current. If the programmed Standby Time exceeds the calculated battery run time, a STANDBY TIME LOW message is displayed on the keypad on attempting to exit engineer mode. Exiting...
  • Page 94 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 46 = Resistance Select RIOs, revision 1.2 and above, allow the zones to be programmed with different resistance preset values for zone status activation. This feature allows selection of End Of Line or Double Balanced zone resistance types.
  • Page 95 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide This is the total number of zone activations logged in any one set (armed) period. The selectable values are 0-10 where 0 is unlimited. {A value of 0 is required for UL installations.} 2 = Unset Limit This is the number of activations logged from any one zone in any one unset (disarmed) period.
  • Page 96 63 = Banner Alerts {Required for UL installations} This parameter determines whether system alerts are displayed on the GX-Series keypad banner. If enabled system events will be indicated on the display. The default value for this parameter is disabled.
  • Page 97 67 = Level Format This parameter determines the format used for user code authorization levels. 1 = EN.GX-Series (Default) Uses new EN GX-Series user types 1.0 to 3.8. 2 = GX-Series Uses standard GX-Series levels 0-8. 68 = Line Fail This parameter allows the programming of the period between the panel being alerted by a communication module of a Line Fail condition, and the user being alerted of the alarm condition.
  • Page 98 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 70 = SWDC Set Dly When enabled, this parameter delays the indication of open zones at the start of a set (arm) sequence while the Switch DC output (53.08) is active; this includes keypad text and sounders.
  • Page 99: Option 52 - Program Zones

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Option 52 – Program Zones This option is used by the engineer to modify the programming of the zones on the system. The option also allows the attributes of the zone to be changed. The programmable options are shown in the table that...
  • Page 100 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 2 = Descriptor Each zone can be assigned with an alpha-numeric descriptor of up to 16 characters. This descriptor is assembled from the character set and/or library options. On selecting the Descriptor attribute, the...
  • Page 101 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Event text Description Alarm Closed Omit Unomit Troub Tr. Res Test Tamp Default AT/R Power AC Trouble, AC Restoral BA/R Burglary Burglary Alarm, Burglary Restoral DG/D Access Access Granted, Access Denied FA/R Fire...
  • Page 102 Multi-group Systems The larger GX-Series panels have 32 groups; these are displayed on the keypad in blocks of eight groups, subdivided into A, B, C and D. Use the A> or <B key to select the required group (A1–D8). When the end of a block is reached, the next block of eight groups is displayed;...
  • Page 103 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Zone Function Zone Function Final Remote Access Exit Video Intruder Video Exit 24 Hours Intruder Delay Security Log Delay Dual Set Log Entry Custom-A Push Set Custom-B Keyswitch Exitguard Secure Final Mask Part Final...
  • Page 104 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 03 Intruder The Intruder function is inactive when the system is unset (disarmed). When the system is set (armed), activation of an Intruder zone causes a full alarm activation that requires to be reset with a code authorized for System Reset –...
  • Page 105 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 09 Keyswitch The Keyswitch function allows a zone to be used as an on/off switch for the system or assigned groups. Operating a Keyswitch zone when the system is unset (disarmed) starts the timed full setting (arming) routine, therefore the exit time is applicable.
  • Page 106 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Pressing the * key when programming a Part Final zone doubles the entry time of the group. Opening a Part Final zone during the exit time is reported on the keypad as an open zone; the Entry/Exit Horns bleep rapidly to indicate that the zone is open.
  • Page 107 (armed) and unset (disarmed) state. The activation (+) and de-activation (–) of Log zones is recorded in the event log. 27 Remote Access This function is used to disable remote servicing of the GX-Series panel. When the Remote Access zone is active the Remote Servicing software is prevented from gaining access to the GX-Series panel. 6-61...
  • Page 108 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 28 Video This function is identical to the Intruder function, with the exception that the cumulative number of activations from Video zones, before a full alarm is generated, is programmable. The number of activations required is determined by the Video parameter (option 51.30);...
  • Page 109 The Keyswitch Reset function allows alarms to be cancelled and the system to rearm without unsetting (disarming) the GX-Series. The type of reset authorization is determined by the Keyswitch Level (option 51.14). The type required to reset Intruder, PA and Tamper alarms is determined by the System Reset, Tamper Reset and PA Reset parameters (option 51.06, 51.07 and 51.22) respectively.
  • Page 110 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 44-46 Not used. 47 Vibration The Vibration function is continuously operational and is designed for use with vault sensors. Vibration zones can be block omitted (block bypassed) using menu option 11 = Omit Zones. If the zone selected to be omitted from the system is a Vibration zone, then all zones programmed with this function are omitted.
  • Page 111: Option 53 - Program Outputs

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Option 53 – Program Outputs This option is used by the engineer to modify the programming of the outputs on the system. The option also allows the attributes of the outputs to be changed. The programmable options are:...
  • Page 112 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide It is possible to add additional keypads at any unused comms module addresses (B, C, D and E) as detailed in the following NOTE. These must be standard keypads. An engineer keypad can also be used at address F.
  • Page 113 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 1 = Control Each lighting output can be controlled by setting to 0=OFF, 1=Toggle or 2=Trigger. If the Control is set to Toggle or Trigger for an output, it will be controllable via the TouchCenter whose group map contains the output’s group.
  • Page 114 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Output Functions The following table shows all the outputs and the zone functions and conditions that result in their activation. Switch Output Functions Bells Strobe PA Intruder Tamper Reset Engineer Spare Ready Security...
  • Page 115 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Batt Line Comm Batt Wrong DLYD No Re- Output Functions Fire Horn Horn Part Set Confirm Fail Video Fail Test Alert Fire Zone Function Final Exit Intruder 24 Hours Security Dual Entry Push Set...
  • Page 116 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Walk Zone Custom Custom Reset Valid Fail Illegal Output Functions Timer-A Timer-B Test Omit Warning Test Mask Duress Code Zone Function Final Exit Intruder 24 Hours Security Dual Entry Push Set Keyswitch Secure Final...
  • Page 117 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Pre- Bell Output Functions Tamp Abort Unset Set Late Early Warn Autoset Masked Link A-O RF Jam Super Fail volts Lockout Zone Function 51-65 Final Exit Intruder 24 Hours Security Dual Entry Push Set...
  • Page 118 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Bell Comms Door Door Output Functions Test ATM1-4 Fault Test Test Prop Forced Listen-In Zone Function 72-75 Final Exit Intruder 24 Hours Security Dual Entry Push Set Keyswitch Secure Final Part Final Part Entry...
  • Page 119 Reset level, is entered. The output is also activated on the first entry of the engineer code when accessing engineer mode. NOTE: The Tamper output is not activated on the GX-Series 512 when engineer access is authorized by the user.
  • Page 120 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 13 Security (Latch) The Security output is activated whenever a Security zone is activated. The output is not subject the Rearm parameter: it latches on and remains active until a valid code (type 2 or above) is entered.
  • Page 121 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 21 Line Fail (Reflex) The Line Fail output is activated whenever a Line Fail zone is active or the telecom module detects and sustains a line failure for more than 30 seconds. 22 Video (Pulse) The Video output is activated by the Video zone when the system is set (armed).
  • Page 122 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Subsequent high and low resistance readings from the same zone on the same day do not activate the output if it has been reset by a valid user code. NOTE: If a low resistance reading is followed by a high resistance reading, the Warning output activates on the first occurrence of both activations.
  • Page 123 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 47 U/S Early (Latch) The Unset Early output is activated if the system has been unset (disarmed) before the programmed Monitor time – refer to option 65.3.1=TIMERS.Autoset.Status. 48 Prewarn (Reflex) The Prewarn output is active during the programmed prewarning period of the autoset function. The mode is Reflex.
  • Page 124 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide The following fault types will activate the fault output: Line fail (any module), ARC comms fail (any module), RF jam, RF low battery, RF supervision failure, Bell fail (from a bell fail zone), AC fail (panel, AC zone or power supply), Battery fail (panel, battery zone or power supply), Mask.
  • Page 125: Option 54 - Links

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Option 54 – Links The Links option offers a powerful method of interconnecting zones, output functions, codes, keypads, and MAX (access control) modules. The links table is constructed by creating a link between one of the source types and a valid destination type.
  • Page 126 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Example Source Type Modifier Display Notes a) Not Used This link is not operational b) Zone Address *1014 When the zone is opened the link is active. When the zone is closed the link is inactive.
  • Page 127 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Destination Type * Modifier Notes a) Not used The link is not operational. b) Zone Address When the link is active, the zone is omitted from the system. c) User Code When the link is active, the user's PIN and MAX (proximity) card are not operational.
  • Page 128: Option 55 - Soak

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Option 55 – Soak The Soak option allows selected zones to be put onto test for a period ranging from 1 – 14 days (refer to option 51.16=PARAMETERS.Soak Time). Activations from a zone on the soak test do not cause alarms but are recorded in the event log and are reported to type 2 (and above) users on unsetting (disarming) of the system.
  • Page 129: Option 56 - Communications

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Option 56 – Communications The Communications option is used to program the GX-Series Communication peripherals. This option has 7 sub menus, one for each of the communication peripherals. Each of these has its own set of sub menus as detailed in the following pages.
  • Page 130 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 1 = Internal Telecoms 1 = Int Telecoms 1 = DTMF 1 = Output Function 01 = Format 1 = Channels 1-16 2 = Output Mode 1 = Latch 2 = Reflex 3 = Pulse...
  • Page 131 NOTES: 1. DTMF is fast format 2. A battery low condition occurring on the GX-Series panel is always sent to the ARC as a code 8 in the status channel. This may cause problems for some ARCs. If a channel is assigned as Battery Low, then both the channel and the code 8 in channel 9 are transmitted.
  • Page 132 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide selected channel. For example, a PA function programmed on channel 2 results in a PA code to be transmitted on channel 2 to the ARC when there is a PA alarm activation. Confirmed alarm conditions will now work across multiple groups. Previously, a confirmed condition would only be created if both zones activated were in the same group.
  • Page 133 - as level 2 but with text descriptions • - as level 3 but allows control commands to be received by the GX-Series control panel. Trigger Events When the SIA level has been selected press the ent key, the keypad displays the first trigger event and its On/Off status (see table 6-25 for a list of available triggers).
  • Page 134 2. Multi-group systems The larger GX-Series panels have 32 groups; these are displayed on the keypad in blocks of eight groups, sub-divided into A, B, C and D: Use the A> or <B key to select the required group (A1–D8). When the end of a block is reached the next block of eight groups is selected, press keys 1–8 to toggle the status of the relevant group in the current...
  • Page 135 Contact ID format is a protocol which transmits point identification information to an Alarm Receiving Centre that is capable of receiving the GX-Series variant of contact ID. The menu structure and programming of the options are identical to the SIA format except for the addition of the 2 = Ack timeout programming option.
  • Page 136 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 56.1.04 Receiver The transmission destination can be set to one of three modes: 1 = Single Reports to the telephone number programmed in Telephone Number 1. 2 = Dual Reports to both numbers programmed in Telephone Number 1 and Telephone Number 2. The alarm must be transmitted to both numbers.
  • Page 137 NOTE: Any combination of the above options may be enabled or disabled at any time. When one of these conditions is detected, a LINE FAIL message is sent to the GX-Series and is stored in the event log, with the exception of line volts which is monitored for a further period determined by the value programmed in parameter 51.68.
  • Page 138 2. If Call Back is selected, then access to the GX-Series is denied unless the call back option in Remote Servicing is used to initiate the connection.
  • Page 139 Option not available 56.1.17 SMS {Not for UL installations} The SMS option is available on GX-Series panels with V4.00 and above software and Telecom modules with V5.xx and above software. This option generates and transmits SMS text messages, for events generated by the GX-Series panel.
  • Page 140 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 4 = Ethernet Module 4 = Ethernet 1 = IP Address 01= Module 2 = Site Name Config 3 = Gateway IP 4 = Network Mask 02 = Alarm 1 = Format 1 = SIA (0-4)
  • Page 141 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide The Ethernet module allows the GX-Series control panel to communicate over Ethernet local and wide area networks, using both UDP and TCP Ethernet protocols. The Ethernet module supports both alarm signaling and remote servicing. The Ethernet module communications also includes path supervision between the Ethernet module and alarm receiving applications.
  • Page 142 The display will show the new status. To accept the new status, press the ent key and return to the previous menu level. If the GX-Series panel supports more than 8 groups use the A> and <B keys to scroll through all available groups.
  • Page 143 4 = Account No. The account number identifies the GX-Series system to the receiver when signals are transmitted. Every signal transmitted contains the account number. The account number should be between 4 and 6 digits long. After entering the account number press ent to save and return to the previous menu level.
  • Page 144 To accept the new status, press the ent key and return to the previous menu level. If the GX-Series panel supports more than 8 groups use the A> and <B keys to scroll through all available groups.
  • Page 145 2 = Manager Authorize This option requires authorization from the site manager in order to gain remote access to the GX- Series panel. There are two methods that the manager can use to enable access to the GX-Series via Remote servicing.
  • Page 146 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 56.4.04 = Autotest An engineer test can be automatically transmitted to the receiving station at programmed intervals. 1 = Start Time The engineer uses this option to enter the time that the first engineer test is transmitted. Subsequent engineer test transmissions are sent periodically.
  • Page 147 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide NOTE: If groups are enabled a failure on the primary path will not provide specific IP information. Options are available to select specific paths or all paths. 1 = Primary When selected the Ethernet module will only monitor the primary transmission path. All other transmission paths will not be monitored.
  • Page 148 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 4 = Alarm Mon. This option controls encryption for the Alarm Monitoring alarm transmission paths. Default is disabled. 0 = Off If selected encryption is disabled for the Alarm Monitoring alarm transmission paths.
  • Page 149 2 = Odd Parity 3 = Even Parity GX-056-V0 Figure 6-6. Internal RS232 Programming structure The GX-Series supports an on-board RS232 serial port. This ports is: • Programmable independently from the panel. • Speed configurable from 300 to 56K bps (or highest practical speed).
  • Page 150 This option is selected if the GX-Series is communicating with a serial printer. 2 = Direct This mode is selected if the GX-Series panel and PC are located in close proximity to one another and can interface via an RS232 cable.
  • Page 151: Option 57 - System Print

    NOTE: A serial printer on line must be connected to communication line 1 of the GX-Series before the print option is selected. If the printer is off-line or is not connected, the PRINTER off-line / ESC to abort message is displayed.
  • Page 152: Option 58 - Keypad

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Option 58 – Keypad The keypads connected to the GX-Series control panel can be assigned individual attributes allowing each keypad to respond in a particular way. On selecting the Keypad option the details of the first keypad connected to the system are displayed.
  • Page 153 Multi-group Systems The larger GX-Series panels have 32 groups; these are displayed on the keypad in block of eight groups, subdivided into A, B, C and D. Press the A> or <B key to display each of the group blocks.
  • Page 154 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Multi-group Systems The GX-520 panels have 32 groups; these are displayed on the keypad in block of eight groups, sub- divided into A, B, C and D. Use the A> or <B key to move between the group blocks; press keys 1 – 8 to assign the relevant groups in each block to the user.
  • Page 155: Option 59 - Quick Menu

    Option 59 – Quick Menu The GX-Series quick menu consists of up to 10 menu options that are accessed by all type 2.3 (and above) user codes that do not have a * assigned to their code type. This option allows the quick menu to be reprogrammed to any selection of the menu options.
  • Page 156: Engineer 2

    3 = RIO COMMS - the voltage and version at each RIO as well as the communication level between the GX-Series panel and the RIO. 4 = PSU COMMS - the voltage at each GX-Series Power Supply Unit. It is identical to the RIO ◊...
  • Page 157 AUX1 or AUX2 is the combined reading of both. 5 = MAX COMMS - the communication level between the GX-Series panel and the MAX/DCM readers. 6 = COMM MODULES - the communication level between the GX-Series panel and the Int Telecoms, the Int RS232 and Mux Modules.
  • Page 158 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 4 = Checks This option allows each of the areas 1 to 9 listed in the table above to be included or excluded from the baseline recording. All areas are included by default.
  • Page 159: Option 62 - Full Test

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Option 62 – Full Test The Full Test option allows two zones to be selected and tested under full set conditions. Activating the selected zone results in a full alarm condition, including remote signaling. Constantly active zones (Security, 24 Hours, PA, Fire) remain active throughout the Full Test;...
  • Page 160: Option 63 - Options

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Option 63 – Options The Options function allows the GX-Series to be divided into group subsystems. Options 1 = Groups 1 = Group Mode 0 = Disabled 1 = Enabled 2 = Setting Logic A/B to move to group and ent to select.
  • Page 161 Multi-group Systems The larger GX-Series panels have 32 groups; these are displayed on the keypad in block of eight groups, subdivided into A, B, C and D:...
  • Page 162 After programming zones, codes, keypads and outputs into their various groups they remain programmed if the Group Mode function is disabled. Only Group 1 remains active. 7. The GX-Series control panels have multi-user software that allow several users to operate the system simultaneously.
  • Page 163: Option 64 - Assemble Zone

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Option 64 – Assemble Zone The Assemble Zones option allows 2 zone functions to be customized to the user’s requirements; these are the 1 Custom-A and 2 Custom-B zones. Once a custom zone function has been assembled, it is assigned to zones using option 52 = PROGRAM ZONES.
  • Page 164 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 2 = Status The Status attribute determines the system conditions that custom zone is operational in. The four Status attributes are: 1. Unset activates an alarm when the system is unset (disarmed), 2. Entry/Exit activates an alarm when the system is setting (arming) and unsetting (disarming), 3.
  • Page 165 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 7. Press the esc key. Outputs is displayed, 8. Press the A key. Status is displayed. Press the ent key to select this option, 9. Unset Disabled is displayed, 10. Press the A key. Entry/ Exit Disabled is displayed, 11.
  • Page 166: Option 65 - Timers

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Option 65 – Timers The Timers menu is as follows: 65 = Timers 1 = Weekly 1 = Name (12 alpha-numeric) Schedule 2 = Status 0 = Off (01-67) 1 = On 3 = Events Use A or B key to select timer then press ent.
  • Page 167 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide The GX-Series control panel provides programming of timer schedules on a weekly basis. Each event corresponds to an ON or an OFF time. The state of the schedule is ON or OFF depending on the last event that was reached.
  • Page 168 Press the A> or <B keys to step through the groups until the required number is displayed and press the ent key. NOTE: The group can be directly selected by entering the group number. Larger GX-Series systems have 32 groups; these are displayed in blocks of eight groups, sub-divided into A, B, C and D:...
  • Page 169 Account Group Autosetting The GX-Series allows Account Group autosetting (autoarming). This means that several groups can be bound together into one account group and, instead of a sending a normal CA event, the panel sends a CL event.
  • Page 170 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Operating a keyswitch zone type during the pre-warn period of an autoset will start a Force Set. If you then activate the switch again (i.e. unset (disarmed) with keyswitch) before the panel sets, the pre-warn continues on the autoset.
  • Page 171: Option 66 - Pre-Checks

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Option 66 – Pre-checks The Pre-Check option provides added system security by alerting the user to zones that may not be operating correctly. NOTE: Pre-check does not operate when the system is in the engineer mode.
  • Page 172: Option 67 - Remote Reset

    ARC is decoded and exchanged for a new number. When this new number is entered it resets the GX-Series panel. Entering the engineer code also resets the GX-Series panel. NOTE: The alarm conditions that require to be reset remotely must have the appropriate System Reset, Tamper Reset or PA Reset parameters programmed for engineer reset (type 3.7).
  • Page 173: Option 69 - Integrated Access Control

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Option 69 – Integrated Access Control The GX-Series Access Control System is a complete security system. The following diagrams shows the programming options for the Door Control Module. 69 = Access Control 1 = Mode...
  • Page 174 AB lines and fully utilizing the facilities of the GX-Series control panel. Each DCM can control up to two readers. The exit reader can be replaced with a request to exit button.
  • Page 175 Multi-group Systems Larger GX-Series panels have 32 groups; these are displayed on the DCM reader in block of 8 groups, sub-divided into A, B, C and D. Use the A> or <B key to move between the group blocks;...
  • Page 176 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide By default each reader is assigned to all groups on the system. Groups can be removed as required to restrict the operation of the DCM reader. NOTE: Each DCM card can be assigned a single menu function (refer to option 42 = CODES).
  • Page 177 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 08 = Security This option determines when and how a door can be locked and unlocked for access. 1 = Nightlock This allows a time schedule to be allocated to determine when access to the door will be blocked.
  • Page 178 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 3 = Start Point If the card structure is unknown then it can be decided where the card number starts from. This is a numeric value that must be less than the maximum length of the card.
  • Page 179: Engineer 3

    2 = Delete File When selected, the binary file stored on the SPI Key is deleted. CAUTION: Do not use this command as the SPI key will have to be recalled to Honeywell Security to be reprogrammed with the software.
  • Page 180 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide 2 = Save config This option allows the panel configuration data to be saved to SPI Key. If selected the user is first prompted for filename for the saved data. This can be up to 8 characters in length.
  • Page 181: Appendix A: Library

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Appendix A: Library ABOVE DINING ACCESS CABINET DIRECTOR ACCOUNTANT CAFE DIRECTORS ACCOUNTANTS CALL DISPATCH ACCOUNTS CANTEEN ADMIN. DOOR ALARM CARGO DOUBLE ALERT CARPENTER DOWNSTAIRS ANIMAL CARPET DRAMA ANNEXE CASH DRAWER space ARCH CASHIER DRAWING Å...
  • Page 182 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide FOREIGN JUST NINETEEN FORTY KEEP NINETY FOUNTAIN KEYPAD NODE FOUR KITCHEN NOISE FREEZER NURSE FRENCH LADIES NURSERY FRIDGE LANDING NORTH FROM LAST FRONT LATIN OFFICE GAMES LAUNDRY OFFICER GARAGE LAVATORY OFFICERS GARDEN LAWN...
  • Page 183 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide PRINT SILENT TOILET PROCESSING SILVER TOOL PRODUCTION SITE PUBLIC SITTING TRACK PURCHASING TRACTOR PURPLE SIXTEEN TRADE QUALITY SIXTY TRAILER QUANTITY SLIDING TRAIN QUIET SMOKE TRAINING QUICK SOFTWARE TRANSPORT RANGE SOLITARY TRAP READING SOUND T.V.
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  • Page 185: Appendix B: Sia And Contact Id Event Codes

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Appendix B: SIA and Contact ID Event Codes SIA Event GX Log GX Log Event Ev Type Contact Description Event Description Trigger ID Event A - Alarm Cause Alarm Cause ALM CAUSE User report alarm cause...
  • Page 186 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide SIA Event Log Event Ev Type Contact Description Event Description Trigger ID Event Burg Troub rest LOW RES- Restor zone resistance ZONE 15.TROUBL HIGH RES- Restor zone resistance ZONE 15.TROUBL RF SUPER- RF Supervision Failure ZONE 15.TROUBL...
  • Page 187 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide SIA Event Log Event Ev Type Contact Description Event Description Trigger ID Event PUSH SET Push set zone tested ZONE NOT SENT KEYSWITCH Keyswitch zone tested ZONE NOT SENT SEC FINAL Secure final zone test.
  • Page 188 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide SIA Event Log Event Ev Type Contact Description Event Description Trigger ID Event DCM EVENT Invalid Card Reader Lockout USER 16.LOG 10.SETTING 17.MAXTAG Door propped DOOR PROP Access Door left open MOD. 4.SECURITY...
  • Page 189 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide SIA Event Log Event Ev Type Contact Description Event Description Trigger ID Event K - Heat (Custom SIA - See Note 2) Alarm Note 1 zone in alarm ZONE 5.CUS ZON Note 1...
  • Page 190 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide SIA Event Log Event Ev Type Contact Description Event Description Trigger ID Event FAULT RST USER 20.FAULT PF RESET USER 20.FAULT P - Panic Panic Alarm PA zone alarm ZONE 1.PA/DURE DELAY ALM+...
  • Page 191 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide SIA Event Log Event Ev Type Contact Description Event Description Trigger ID Event S - Sprinker (Custom SIA - see note 2) Alarm Note 1 zone in alarm ZONE 5.CUS ZON Note 1...
  • Page 192 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide SIA Event Log Event Ev Type Contact Description Event Description Trigger ID Event Trouble LOW RES+ Low resistance on zone ZONE 15.TROUBL HIGH RES+ High resistance on zone ZONE 15.TROUBL Unbypass FORCE OMT-...
  • Page 193: Appendix C: Sia Event Structure

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Appendix C: SIA Event Structure Event ACC. DATA Block Format (N Ascii Block Format Explanation Type LEVEL Block block code) (A block code) ZONE #xxxxx Ntixx:xx/rixx/EVzzzz Aeeeeeeeeesiiiiiiii Detector alarmed, keyswitch etc dddddddddddddddd #xxxxxx...
  • Page 194 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide...
  • Page 195: Appendix D: Event Log Messages

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Appendix D: Event Log Messages TRIGGER KEYPAD TEXT DESCRIPTION EVENT 0001 + CU-BATT Control Unit Standby Battery Low has occurred (battery voltage below 13. Elec Status 10.2VDC). 20. Fault 0001 - CU-BATT Control Unit Standby Battery Low has finished (battery voltage now above 13.
  • Page 196 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide TRIGGER KEYPAD TEXT DESCRIPTION EVENT DL/SL ALM PA Delayed Silent zone activated after PA Delay timeout. 1. PA/duress DOOR PROP MAX - Door left open 4. Security DR MASKED Detector Masked. Activity Monitoring of zone has failed.
  • Page 197 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide TRIGGER KEYPAD TEXT DESCRIPTION EVENT –HIGH RES Zone changing from High Resistance to Normal Closed (1300 to 1200 Ohm) 15. Trouble Eng. Log only ILL -CODE Illegal code entry 16. Log Zone +INST SET...
  • Page 198 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide TRIGGER KEYPAD TEXT DESCRIPTION EVENT PA zone activated (opened) 1. PA/Duress PA DEL/SL PA Delayed Silent zone activated (opened). 1. PA/Duress PA DELAY PA Delayed zone activated (opened). 1. PA/Duress PA RESET PA Reset has occurred.
  • Page 199 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide TRIGGER KEYPAD TEXT DESCRIPTION EVENT TAG REJECT GRP Rejected card - group set TAG REJECT ILL Rejected card - illegal time TIME +TAMP C/V constant Voltage tamper event 9. Tamper +TAMP O/C Zone changing to Tamper Open Circuit (greater than 12,000 Ohm).
  • Page 200 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide...
  • Page 201: Appendix F: Specifications

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Appendix E: Specifications Panel Specifications Mechanical Enclosure 18 x 14.5 x 4.3 in. (457 x 368 x 109mm) Weight: 6.4 kg Battery (standby) Type – 12 VDC Sealed lead-acid battery PCB only Width: 10.43 in (265mm) Height: 4.72 in (120mm)
  • Page 202 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide PCBs Weight Order Code Ethernet..................1.8 oz (56g) E080-2 Size:..........4.76 x 3.54 x .59 in (121 x 90 x 15mm) NOTE: The above weights and order codes are from the populated Printed Circuit Board (PCB) only.
  • Page 203: Appendix F: Parts List Index

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Appendix F: Parts List Index Product Name Part No Comments Replacement PCB’s GX-48 PCB A321-C-A1 GX-520 PCB A323-C-A1 With expander Accessories Serial Peripheral interface Key A227 Keypad GX Mk7 Keypad CP037-01 With volume control...
  • Page 204 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide...
  • Page 205: Appendix G: Regulatory Agency Statements

    GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide Appendix G: Regulatory Agency Statements FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC) STATEMENTS The user shall not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless authorized by the Installation Instructions or User's Manual. Unauthorized changes or modifications could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
  • Page 206 GX-Series Control Panel Installation and Setup Guide CANADIAN EMISSIONS STATEMENTS ICES-003 CLASS B NOTICE AVIS NMB-003, CLASSE B This Class B digital apparatus Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est complies with Canadian ICES-003. conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
  • Page 208: Warranty Information

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