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Part No:
60-911
Euro Simon
System

Installation Instructions

Doors &
Motion
System
Windows
Sensors
Status
Arm
Disarm
1 / 2
3 / 4
5 / 6
7 / 8
9 / 0
Chime
Doors
Motion
Time
Sensor
On
Off
Bypass
Lights
FIRE
POLICE
AUX
Test Weekly
466-1873-EUR Rev B
August 2002
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H O M E S E C U R I T Y
C O D E
H O M E C O N T R O L
E M E R G E N C Y
Security
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  • Page 1: Installation Instructions

    C O D E Chime Doors Motion Time Sensor H O M E C O N T R O L Bypass Lights E M E R G E N C Y FIRE POLICE Test Weekly Euro Simon Security ® System Installation Instructions...
  • Page 2 Declaration of Conformity Manufacturer’s Name & Address: GE Interlogix, Inc. 2266 North Second Street North St. Paul, MN, USA 55109 EU Representative:Interlogix Europe & Africa Excelsiorlaan 28 B-1930 Zaventem Belgium Product Identification Product: Simon 3 Security Panels Model Numbers: 60-911-010-4-IE, 60-911-011-4-IE, 60-911-010-4-IT, 60-911-011-4-IT Brand: GE Interlogix R&TTE Directive...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Option 01: Panel Piezo Beeps ...................... 17 Option 02: Panel Voice ........................ 17 Option 03: Latchkey ........................17 Option 04: Primary Phone Number ..................... 18 Option 05: Secondary Phone Number ..................18 Option 06: Downloader Phone Number ..................18 Contents Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 4 Option 58: Remote Touchpad Arming ..................31 Option 59: Exit Extension ......................31 Option 60: Secure Arming ......................31 Option 61: Demo Mode ....................... 31 Option 62: Reserved ........................31 Option 63: 24 Hour Time ......................31 Contents Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 5 Sensor Assignments/Locations ......................43 Alphabetical Listing of Sensor Names .................... 44 Sensor Group Characteristics ......................44 Home Control Planning ........................46 System Access Codes ........................46 Option Settings ..........................46 Specifications ........................49 Quick Reference Table..................... Back Page Contents Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 6: About This Manual

    • Connecting and Applying Power System Components The security system has three types of components: the control panel, devices that report to the panel, and devices that respond to commands from the panel (see Figure 1). Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 7: Control Panel

    For intrusion protection, install Door/Window sensors on all ground-floor doors and windows. At a minimum, install them in the following locations: • All easily accessible exterior doors and windows. • Interior doors leading into the garage. • Doors to areas containing valuables such as cabinets and closets. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 8: Device Locations

    Recommended Sensor Groups Device Recommended Sensor Group Keychain Touchpad 01, 03, 06, 07 Remote Handheld 01, 03, 06, 07 Motion Sensor 17 (intrusion), 25 (chime) Smoke Sensor Exterior Door Interior Door Windows Sensor Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 9: Control Panel

    House Code Assignments House Codes Results A through P Set all modules to the same house code except the remote sirens. Next Higher House Code Remote Siren must be set to the next higher alphabetical letter. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 10: Installing The System

    Tabs at the top of the panel secure and release the front cover and the chassis. The plastic hinges on the panel bottom allow the cover and chassis to swing down and out of the way (see Figure 2) Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 11: Mounting The Panel

    Mounting Holes Wire Wire Access Access - - - - H W I N 2 D C O U T H W I N 1 - - - - - Figure 3. Mounting Hole/Wire Access Locations Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 12: Connecting Hardwire Devices

    H W I N 1 installing an interior siren and Option 53 is on, you must connect a 47k resistor between the HWIN2 and DCOUT terminals. SIREN 4.7k Resistor (Locate at siren) Figure 4. Hardwire Interior Siren with Supervision Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 13: Wiring Exterior Sirens

    Connect only normally closed (N/C) reed switches to HWIN1 and/or HWIN2. Other types of hardwire detectors should not be used. Caution Do not put the panel antenna in the wall for installations that require ante Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 14: Wiring A Phone Line To The Panel

    Red wire to the TELCO block RING (-) post (D in Figure 8). 5. Connect the phone cord included with the panel to the RJ-31X and the panel LINE IN jack (E in Figure 8) Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 15 (B in Figure 10) Inform the customer to con- tact you if they want to add a phone or other device so that you can rewire for full line seizure by adding an RJ-31X. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 16: Connecting And Applying Power

    Install/replace only with a Portalac PE6V3.2 rechargable, lead-acid battery. Observe polarity when making battery connections. Reversing the polarity may cause damage to the panel. There is a risk of explosion if the wrong battery type is connected. Warning Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 17: Installing X-10 Modules

    1. Set the unit code dial to a unit number different from all other X-10 modules (between 1 and 2. Set the house code for the installation. 3. Set the module switches to momentary and relay only. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 18: Sensor Installation

    Stop when panel voice announces the correct hour. – 3. Press the Minutes + and keys and listen to the voice prompts. Stop when the panel announces the correct minutes. 4. Press Done. The panel announces the set time. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 19: Adding (Learning) Sensors

    When adding (learning) sensors, the panel uses an ascending numbering sequence starting with 1. You can override this by entering the desired sensor number using the numbered keys. Use the Table in Appendix B, which was filled out during the system plan Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 20: Deleting Sensors

    4. Set the HOUSE dial on each lamp, appliance, and universal module, to the same letter. 5. Set the HOUSE dial on powerhorn/remote sirens to the next sequential alphabetical letter. ¾ To add an entry/exit activated module: 1. Press A 2. Press Light Control. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 21: Numbered Options

    Or— message before pressing the next button in the pro- • Press Add or Delete, Option #, then enter the option number using the numbered keys. gramming sequence. The following instructions use the last method. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 22: Option 01: Panel Piezo Beeps

    Option 03: Latchkey (Default = Off) Determines whether the panel reports a Latchkey alarm if the system is not disarmed at a preset time between midnight and 11:59 . (on), or if the Latchkey feature is disabled (off). Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 23: Option 04: Primary Phone Number

    Prevents resetting of phone/reporting related Options 04, 05, 06, 08, 09, 12, 13, 54 and Utility Access Code 1 when a memory clear is performed (on), or resets these options to their default values when a memory clear is performed (off). ¾ To turn on Phone Lock, press: Add—Option #—08—DONE. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 24: Option 09: Downloader Code

    Determines the primary phone number (Option 4) report content and reporting format. The following table describes the choices. Phone Mod 1 Setting # Content Format Contact ID Alarms only Alarms only Contact ID Alarms include: Fire, Intrusion, Emergency, Silent, and Alarm Cancels. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 25: Option 13: Phone Mod 2

    The time-out can be set from 02 - 24 hours. All entries must be 2 digits. ¾ To set No Activity Time-out, press: Add—Option #—15—02 - 24—DONE. ¾ To turn off No Activity Time-out, press: Delete—Option #—15—DONE. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 26: Option 16: Auto Phone Test

    Option 20: Manual Phone Test (Default = on) Determines whether the user can perform a manual phone test to verify communication to a central station (on), or not (off). ¾ To turn on Manual Phone Test, press: Add—Option #—20—DONE. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 27: Option 21: Opening Reports

    Determines whether the panel sends a low CPU battery report to the central station when the panel backup battery voltage drops below 5.4 volts (on), or not (off). ¾ To turn on CPU Low Battery Report, press: Add—Option #—25—DONE. ¾ To turn off CPU Low Battery Report, press: Delete—Option #—25—DONE. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 28: Option 26: Fail To Communicate

    ¾ To turn off Ring/Hang/Ring (disable remote access), press: Delete—Option #—27—DONE. Option 28: No Delay from Keychain Touchpad (Default = off) Determines whether a keychain touchpad arms the system with no delay (on) or not (off). Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 29: Option 29: Panel Piezo Alarms

    If this option is off, Option operator (on), or not (off). 47: 2-Way Mode and Option ¾ 48: Panic Talk—2-Way will To turn on Audio Verification, press: not work. Add—Option #—33—DONE. ¾ To turn off Audio Verification, press: Delete—Option #—33—DONE. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 30: Option 34: Fail To Open Report

    The panel protests an arming attempt when it has not received a restore (close) signal from sensors learned into restore-specific sensor groups. Sensors learned into group 26 (Fire) cannot be bypassed. See “Sensor Group Characteristics” in “Appendix B” to identify sensor groups with restore signal requirements. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 31: Option 39: Siren Timeout

    (off), when the CHIME Doors or CHIME Special Motion features are on and sensors in groups 10, 13, and 25 are tripped while the system is disarmed. ¾ To turn on Chime Voice, press: Add—Option #—41—DONE. ¾ To turn off Chime Voice, press: Delete—Option #—41—DONE. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 32: Option 42: Speaker Level

    Determines whether the panel reports sensor alarm restorals (on), or not (off). The following table describes the possible settings. Sensor Alarm Restoral Settings Setting When Restorals are Reported No restoral reporting Immediately after sensor is closed or restored After siren timeout expires When system is disarmed Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 33: Option 46: Fire Shutdown - 2-Way

    “Option 50 detected” and reports the condition to the central station. If this option is off, the panel does not detect an RF jam. ¾ To turn on Jam Detect, press: Add—Option #—50—DONE. ¾ To turn off Jam Detect, press: Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 34: Option 51: 24 Hour Sensor Tamper

    Note Changing the Access Code Length clears/deletes any User Codes that were previously programmed. If the customer wants the Access Code Length changed, it should be set before programming any new (unprogrammed) access codes, whenever possible. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 35: Option 55: Status Beep Volume

    To report supervisories as Tamper Reports, press: This option is typically used Add—Option #—57—DONE. only in Europe where a supervisory condition is ¾ To report supervisories as Supervisory Reports, press: required to report as a tamper. Delete—Option #—57—DONE. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 36: Option 58: Remote Touchpad Arming

    Option 63: 24 Hour Time (Default = off) Determines whether the panel uses a 24-hour clock (on) or 12-hour clock (off). ¾ To turn on 24 Hour Time, press: Add—Option #—63—DONE. ¾ To turn off 24 Hour Time, press: Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 37: Option 64: No Arm On Panel Low Battery

    (on) or not (off). ¾ Note To turn on Swinger Shutdown, press: Swinger Shutdown does not Add—Option #—68—DONE. affect smoke and fire sen- sors. ¾ To turn off Swinger Shutdown, press: Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 38: Option 69: Sia Limits

    To set Supervisory Time, press: The panel clock must be set Add—Option #—72—Hours—Minutes—DONE. to the correct time for this option and Option 16: Auto ¾ To turn off (disable) Supervisory Time, press: Phone Test to work correctly. Delete—Option #—71—DONE. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 39: Option 73: Modem Sensitivity

    For panels with a built-in microphone, a setting of 64 is recommended. For systems using the Interrogator 200, a setting of 20 should be used. ¾ To set Manual Mic Gain, press: Add—Option #—77—01 - 64—DONE. ¾ To reset Manual Mic Gain (return to default), press: Delete—Option #—77—DONE. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 40: Option 78: Vox Receiver Gain

    The panel can have up to 5 secondary user access codes. These could be used by children, a baby sitter, or a service person to disarm (or arm if Option 60 is on). These codes cannot be used for programming. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 41: Testing The System

    •One beep indicates the system is disarmed •Three beeps verify that Motion Sensors are armed. •Four beeps verify that both Door/Window and Motion sensors are armed. • SYSTEM STATUS-Press to determine system status and system time. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 42: Sensor Testing

    The system will continue to prompt for sensors that have not yet been tested. When all sen- Sensor Test” section of this sors have been tested the panel will announce, Sensor test complete, press DONE. manual Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 43: Improving Sensor/Panel Communication

    1. Test a known good sensor at the same location. 2. If the transmission beeps remain below the minimum level, avoid mounting a sensor at that location. 3. If the known-good sensor functions, contact GE Interlogix for repair or replacement of the problem sensor. Phone Communication Perform a phone test to check the phone communication between the panel and the central sta- tion.
  • Page 44: Phone Communication

    1. Call the central station and tell the operator that you will be testing the system. 2. Arm the system. 3. Test each of the wireless panic buttons and trip at least one sensor of each type (fire, intru- sion, etc.) to verify that the appropriate alarms are working correctly. Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 45: 2-Way Voice Operation

    2. At the system site, put the system into an alarm condition. 3. At the calling location, pick up the phone after it starts ringing. You should hear the panel voice announce “Press star for alarm.” Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 46: X-10 Operation

    Alarm Siren and X-10 Light Information gency alarms. Fire Intrusion Emergency X-10 Lights Steady Flashing Steady X-10 Siren Steady Steady Alarm beeps Interior & Panel Siren Temporal 3 Steady Fast on/off Exterior Siren Temporal 3 Steady Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 47: Appendix A: Troubleshooting

    Door or window is closed, but the panel announces it is open. • Be certain the arrow on the magnet and the guide line on the transmitter are aligned and within 1/4 inch of each other. • The sensor tamper switch may be open (cover off). Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 48: X-10 Modules

    Make sure these functions have been enabled by pressing the LIGHTS Time Activated/ Sensor Activated button on the panel. The functions are enabled if the button is lit. Appendix B: System Configuration Sensor Assignments/Locations Sensor Sensor Device Sensor Name/Location Notes Group Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 49: Alphabetical Listing Of Sensor Names

    I = Instant Delay (no delay, immediate alarm) S = Standard Delay (alarm sounds after programmed entry delay time) F = Follower Delay (alarm sounds immediately if entry/exit delay is not active, otherwise alarm sounds after programmed entry delay time) Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 50 I = Instant Delay (no delay, immediate alarm) S = Standard Delay (alarm sounds after programmed entry delay time) F = Follower Delay (alarm sounds immediately if entry/exit delay is not active, otherwise alarm sounds after programmed entry delay time) Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 51: Home Control Planning

    12:00 Midnight - U1 U2 M 11:59 PM Primary Phone Number None None 26 digits Secondary Phone Number None None 26 digits Downloader Phone Number None None 26 digits Account Number 00000 00000 0 - FFFFFFFFFF U1 U2 Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 52 Voice Event Notification Phone Number 26 digits U1 U2 M Voice Event Notification Phone Mod 3 08-10 U1 U2 Sensor Alarm Restoral Off (0) Off (0) 0 - 3 U1 U2 Fire Shutdown - 2-Way On/Off U1 U2 Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 53 VOX Mic Gain 1-64 U1 U2 VOX Gain Range 1-64 U1 U2 Manual Mic Gain 1-64 U1 U2 VOX Receiver Gain 01 - 10 U1 U2 Panel Tamper Alarm On/Off U1, U2 Alarm Report Verification On/Off U1, U2 Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 54: Specifications

    Storage Temperature Range: -34° C to 60° C Operating Temperature Range: 0° C to 50° C Maximum Humidity: ..90% relative humidity, noncondensing Auxiliary Power: .....Unregulated 5.1 - 12 VDC, power-limited to 250 mA (maximum) @ 10 VDC Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 55 Euro Simon Security System...
  • Page 56: Quick Reference Table

    Quick Reference Table Remote Handheld Keychain Remote Remote Handheld Key Chain Remote How to … Control Panel How to … Control Panel Touchpad Touchpad Phone Touchpad Touchpad Phone Disarm the Disarm the Press * + Press * + Master Access Code Access Code Access Code Press once...