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  • Page 1 NX-10 Alarm System Expander Installation Guide 1070336...
  • Page 2 Trademarks and patents GE and the GE monogram are trademarks of the General Electric Company and are under license to UTC Fire & Security, 9 Farm Springs Road, Farmington, CT 06034-4065.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Table of Contents Preface ................................7 Safety terms and symbols.............................. 7 References..................................... 7 Chapter 1 Programming guidelines ......................8 Getting started..................................8 Entering programming mode......................... 8 Navigating the menus..............................8 Quick User Menu ..............................8 Selecting a menu option ..............................9 Changing a menu option..............................
  • Page 4 Overview ................................45 Installing and enrolling the NX-1750 ProxPad..................45 Adding and deleting user cards........................46 Configuring X-10 functions ...........................47 NX-1750 ProxPad menu map ........................48 NX-1750 ProxPad menu glossary ..........................49 Programming locations for the NX-1750 ......................51 Technical specifications..............................58 Chapter 4 Setting up the NX-216E....................... 59 Overview ....................................59 Wiring the NX-216E input expander ........................59 Configuring the NX-216E..............................60...
  • Page 5 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Chapter 7 Setting up the NX-534E ......................110 Overview....................................110 Installing the NX-534E listen-in module ......................110 Wiring the NX-534E listen-in module ....................111 General operating instructions.........................111 Control levels..............................112 Tones..................................113 Programming the NX-534E listen-in module ....................115 Configuring listen-in options........................115 Programming timers .............................115 Setting volume levels ............................116...
  • Page 6 Configuring upload/download ......................... 140 Glossary..................................... 141 Programming the locations for NX-590E......................147 Frequently asked questions........................151 Technical specifications............................. 153 Appendix 1 Overview of module numbers....................154 NX-1701E door swipe modules........................ 154 Keypads and ProxPads ..........................155 Appendix 2 Installing the modules......................156 Large polycarbonate housing ........................
  • Page 7: Preface

    References For more information, refer to the following: NX-10 Menu Structure This menu structure provides a map of the NX-10 menu options, including those for all the additional modules. NX-10 Installers Manual This manual contains detailed information about the NX-10 system, its basic components and their...
  • Page 8: Chapter 1 Programming Guidelines

    Programming guidelines Getting started This chapter describes basic guidelines for NX-10 installation with the menu driven keypad allowing you to program the system easily using a menu structure. In order to program the system you need to enter a code defining your access rights. There are the following default codes: Table 1.
  • Page 9: Selecting A Menu Option

    Changing a menu option The NX-10 has several editors that you can use to change the value of certain programmable menu options. You can change selection list entries, binary entries, phone numbers and text. This section describes how to change selection list entries, binary entries, numeric entries and phone numbers.
  • Page 10: Changing Numeric Entries

    • If the new value is invalid, the keypad beeps three times to reject the change and returns to the menu option. Press NO to cancel the changes and return to the menu option. Changing numeric entries Navigate with the keys to the relevant menu option and press OK.
  • Page 11: Selecting The Module To Program

    40, segment 14. Selecting the programming mode The NX-10 system allows to use two different programming modes — location-based programming or menu-based programming. In location-based programming you use locations and segments to set appropriate values. In menu-based programming you use a menu tree to enable/disable particular options or to set values.
  • Page 12 Maintenance Mode 1 . 9 Note: All the menu diagrams in this manual comply with the menu order and numbering used in the NX-10 Menu Diagram and described in Figure 1. For information about programming the control panel, keypads, RF receivers and GPRS module, see...
  • Page 13: Chapter 2 Setting Up The Nx-1701E

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Chapter 2 Setting up the NX-1701E Overview The NX-1701E is a proximity card reader/door control module. Up to 15 readers can be connected to the NX control panel (depending on panel type). The NX-1701E can be programmed to control access in any or all partitions.
  • Page 14: Installing The Nx-1701E Proximity Reader

    • Badge hold (3 beeps) - a proximity card is held near the proximity reader for longer than the time set in Scan Time. You can set the badging action, selecting the appropriate Feature Select menu option. The following example explains how to change the badging action on the proximity reader 113 to the legacy mode. 1.
  • Page 15: Enrolling The Nx-1701E Proximity Reader

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide White (egress) This is an optional EGRESS (exit) input. To use this feature, connect the normally open egress switch between this terminal and COM. If this feature is not used, there is no need to connect this wire.
  • Page 16: Programming The Nx-1701E Proximity Reader

    Programming the NX-1701E proximity reader Figure 4. NX-1701E menu structure Prox Reader 113 Badge Functions Single Badge (1 Beep) Send Code Entry Function 6.1.1 6.1.1.1 6.1.1.1.1 Double Badge (2 Beeps) Arm Away 6.1.1.2 6.1.1.1.2 Prox Reader 114 - 127 Badge Hold (3 Beeps) Arm Stay Same as above 6.1.1.3...
  • Page 17: Programming Badge Functions

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Programming badge functions Each of the three badging actions can activate a particular function. The following example explains how to enable keyfob function 1 for the single badge action on proximity reader 113. To enable this function, you must also program the keyfob function in RF Receivers.
  • Page 18: Adding And Deleting Cards

    Table 4. NX-1701E proximity reader X-10 functions Function Description Function Description All units off All units on Bright All lights off Adding and deleting cards To add or delete cards, you must enter information at the keypad and then scan the cards. Before a card can be added, one NX-1701E proximity reader on the system must be programmed to enable user card programming.
  • Page 19: Glossary

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Task Steps 1. Select User Menu>NX-17xx Readers>Delete One Card. Delete one user 2. Enter the user number assigned to the card and press OK. 3. Badge a card at the reader. 4. The user card information for the entered user number will be cleared and LED1 stops flashing.
  • Page 20 Location Term Definition 6.1.1.1.2 Arm Away A menu option that enables the arm away function for the selected proximity reader action. The actions are Single Badge, Double Badge and Badge Hold. 6.1.1.1.3 Arm Stay A menu option that enables the arm stay function for the selected proximity reader action.
  • Page 21 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Location Term Definition 6.1.2.3.2 Double Badge (2 Beeps) A menu option that sets the X-10 function sent when a proximity card is held against the proximity reader twice within the time set in Badge Hold. 6.1.2.3.3...
  • Page 22 Location Term Definition 6.1.4.6 Access Without RTE A menu entry that enables a user to open the door without a Request To Exit (RTE). 6.1.4.7 Log Forced Entry A menu option that records a force entry event in the event log.
  • Page 23 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Location Term Definition 6.1.7.5 Scan Time A menu option that specifies the length of time during which the proximity card must be held near the proximity reader to activate its functions. A proximity reader can be...
  • Page 24: Programming Locations For The Nx-1701E

    Location Term Definition 6.1.13 Reset Settings A menu option that defaults the selected proximity reader to factory defaults. Programming locations for the NX-1701E LOCATION 0 Programming the Scan Functions (3 segments of binary data) Location 0 is used to select the particular function(s) that are activated when a card is scanned. More than one function may be selected.
  • Page 25 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide LOCATIONS 1 - 240 Reserved LOCATION 241 Programming the X-10 Address for the Scan Functions (5 segments of numerical data) Segment 1 Program a number from 0 -15 to represent the corresponding X-10 Unit Code from the following table.
  • Page 26 needs to be programmed if Location 0, Segment 2, Option 7 is set. Use the above table. Default is 3. Segment 5 Single Scan Hold Function (Triple Beep) Program the X-10 function that is performed when a card is scanned and held at the reader for the duration of the 2 Scan Hold Time {three beeps}.
  • Page 27 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Reserved. Reserved. Reserved. Reserved. Segment 4 Reader partition: "On" if reader is in Partition 1. (Default is “On”). "On" if reader is in Partition 2. (Default is “On”). "On" if reader is in Partition 3. (Default is “On”).
  • Page 28 Segment 3 Door Fault Warning Time Enter the amount of time a monitored zone (see Location 243, Segment 1) must be faulted before sounding a warning (local buzzer). The door fault warning is timed in 1-second increments from 0 to 255 seconds.
  • Page 29 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide "On" if driver follows Schedule 3. "On" if driver follows Schedule 4. "On" if driver follows Schedule 5. "On" if driver follows Schedule 6. "On" if driver follows Schedule 7. "On" if driver follows Schedule 8.
  • Page 30 "On" if schedule is active on Wednesday. “On” if schedule is active on Thursday. “On” if schedule is active on Friday. “On” if schedule is active on Saturday. “On” if schedule is disabled on holidays. LOCATIONS 250 - 270 Programming the Schedules 2 - 8 Locations 250 - 270 are used to program the opening times, closing times, and days for Schedules 2 - 8.
  • Page 31 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide LOCATIONS 272 – 282 Programming the Date of Holidays from February to December (8 segments of numerical data) Locations 272 - 282 are used to program the day of each month, from February to December, in which the Opening time in a schedule is suppressed.
  • Page 32: Programming Worksheets

    Segment 3 User Cards 137 - 144 Segment 11 User Cards 201 - 208 Segment 4 User Cards 145 - 152 Segment 12 User Cards 209 - 216 Segment 5 User Cards 153 - 160 Segment 13 User Cards 217 - 224 Segment 6 User Cards 161 - 168 Segment 14...
  • Page 33 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide DESCRIPTION DEFAULT YOUR DATA SINGLE SCAN HOLD FUNCTION(3beep) "On" to send Code Entry function to the control panel. "On" to activate the Armed Away mode. "On" to activate the Armed Stay mode. "On" to send the Disarm function to the control panel.
  • Page 34 DESCRIPTION DEFAULT YOUR DATA Bright All lights off SINGLE SCAN HOLD FUNCTION (3 Beep) All units off All lights on Bright All lights off OPTIONS AND READER PARTITION SYSTEM OPTIONS 3, 5, 6 "On" if enabled for User Card Programming "On"...
  • Page 35 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide DESCRIPTION DEFAULT YOUR DATA PROGRAMMING THE ZONES Door Shunt Zone 0 = Disabled Request to Exit (RTE) 0 = Disabled READER TIMES Scan Time (1/100 seconds) 100 = 1 second Relay Active Time (seconds) 10 = 10 seconds...
  • Page 36 DESCRIPTION DEFAULT YOUR DATA “On" if egress input is to be disabled Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved OPENING TIME FOR SCHEDULE 1 Hour of Opening Time (24- 8 = 8 AM hr format) Minutes after Hour of Opening CLOSING TIME FOR SCHEDULE 1 Hour of Closing Time (24-hr 20 = 8 PM...
  • Page 37 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide DESCRIPTION DEFAULT YOUR DATA Hour of Opening Time (24- 8 = 8 AM hr format) Minutes after Hour of Opening CLOSING TIME FOR SCHEDULE 3 Hour of Closing Time (24-hr 20 = 8 PM format) Minutes after Hour of...
  • Page 38 DESCRIPTION DEFAULT YOUR DATA CLOSING TIME FOR SCHEDULE 5 Hour of Closing Time (24-hr 20 = 8 PM format) Minutes after Hour of Closing DAYS FOR SCHEDULE 5 “On” if schedule is active on Sunday. “On” if schedule is active on Monday. “On”...
  • Page 39 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide DESCRIPTION DEFAULT YOUR DATA DAYS FOR SCHEDULE 7 “On” if schedule is active on Sunday. “On” if schedule is active on Monday. “On” if schedule is active on Tuesday. “On” if schedule is active on Wednesday.
  • Page 40: Technical Specifications

    DESCRIPTION DEFAULT YOUR DATA _ _ _ _ HOLIDAYS IN NOVEMBER (8 max) No holidays _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ HOLIDAYS IN DECEMBER (8 max) No holidays _ _ _ _ ACTIVATION DATA FOR USER CARDS 1 - 120 User Cards 1 –...
  • Page 41 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide ± 2% Power supply voltage 10.5-13.8V ± 2% Consumption - Standby 40 mA at 13.8V ± 2% Consumption – Maximum 110 mA at 13.8V General feature specifications Reader Size Dimensions (width x height x depth) 60x110x17 mm...
  • Page 42: Chapter 3 Setting Up The Nx-1750

    Chapter 3 Setting up the NX-1750 The NX-1750 ProxPad is the combination of a proximity card reader and a keypad. The NX-1750 ProxPad allows to control an access door and to show the system status. The NX-1750 ProxPad can be added to the NetworX range of panels. Features •...
  • Page 43: Wiring The Nx-1750 Proxpad

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Wiring the NX-1750 ProxPad Figure 5. Wiring the NX-1750 ProxPad Terminal Description 1: SPARE Free terminal to connect the panel zone input to a door contact. 2: NO Relay output. The contact is normally open when the relay is not activated.
  • Page 44 Figure 6. LED indications ICON / LED DESCRIPTION System armed System not armed (red) Flashing System in alarm System Ready to arm System Not Ready to arm (green) Flashing System Ready to Force arm Fire alarm Normal (red) Flashing Fire trouble Mains and battery ok Mains trouble (green)
  • Page 45: Programming The Nx-1750 Proxpad

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Programming the NX-1750 ProxPad The NetworX system consists of a number of devices known as modules. For example, the control panel, the keypad, and the NX-1750 ProxPad are all devices. Each device has an address in the system.
  • Page 46: Adding And Deleting User Cards

    Adding and deleting user cards Only a master user can add or delete users. To add or delete cards, you must enter information at the keypad and then scan the cards. Before a card can be added, one NX-1750 proximity reader on the system must be programmed to enable user card programming.
  • Page 47: Configuring X-10 Functions

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Task Steps 1. Select User Menu>NX-17xx Readers>Deactivate Card. Deactivate a card 2. Enter the user number assigned to the card and press OK. 3. The user card information for the entered user number will be deactivated and OK LED stops flashing.
  • Page 48: Nx-1750 Proxpad Menu Map

    NX-1750 ProxPad menu map Send Code Entry Function Proxpad ID 192 Badge Functions 7.1.1.1 Single Badge (1 Beep 7.1.1 7.1.1.1.1 Double Badge (1 Beep Arm Away 7.1.1.2 7.1.1.1.2 Prox Reader 7.1.1.3 Badge Hold (3 Beep Arm Stay Same as above 7.1.1.1.3 Disarm 7.1.1.1.4...
  • Page 49: Nx-1750 Proxpad Menu Glossary

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide NX-1750 ProxPad menu glossary Access Options A menu entry that groups access options for the selected NX-1750 ProxPad. Access Without RTE A menu entry that enables a user to open the door without a Request To Exit (RTE).
  • Page 50 case any neighbouring premises also has an X-10 home automation system. More information on the X-10 home automation system can be found at www.x- 10europe.com. Invert Aux Output A menu option that enables a mode that inverts the state of an output (normally activated and then deactivated when an event occurs).
  • Page 51: Programming Locations For The Nx-1750

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Version A menu option that displays the current software version of the proximity reader. X-10 Functions A menu entry that groups X-10 device information and the functions for the selected NX- 1750 ProxPad. The X-10 functions are linked to the access reader. It is possible to control X-10 devices using the badge on the card reader.
  • Page 52 Disarm Activate Aux/KeyFob Function 1 (see control panel events) Activate Aux/KeyFob Function 2 (see control panel events) Broadcast an X-10 function (see Location 1) Send a Request to Exit (RTE) and activate the relay output. (Default is On.) Location 3, Segment 2 must be programmed with a valid zone number for the RTE to be sent.
  • Page 53 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Bright All lights off All others Reserved Double Badge Function. Program the X-10 function that is performed when a card Segment 4 is badged and held at the reader for the duration of the Scan Time (Location 4, Segment 1).
  • Page 54 Segment 3 Enabling the Schedules for the Onboard Relay Output On if relay output follows Schedule 1. On if relay output follows Schedule 2. On if relay output follows Schedule 3. On if relay output follows Schedule 4. On if relay output follows Schedule 5. On if relay output follows Schedule 6.
  • Page 55 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide seconds before activating the lock. Therefore, this option is to be set when controlling a maglock or drop bolt. Loc.3, Seg.1 must be programmed for this option to work. • No Unlock Latch: This is used in conjunction with scheduling and controlling a door lock via the relay output.
  • Page 56 Location 6 Programming the Closing Time for Schedule 1 (2 segments of numerical data) Segment 1 Program the hour of the closing time in 24-hour format. (Default is 20 = 8:00 PM) Segment 2 Program the minutes after the hour of the closing time for Schedule 1. (Default is 0.) Location 7 Programming the Days for Schedule 1 (1 segment of binary data) Segment 1 On if schedule is active on Sunday.
  • Page 57 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Location 30 - 40 Programming the Date of Holidays from February to December (8 segments of numerical data) Locations 30 – 40 are used to program the day of each month, from February to December, in which the Opening time in a schedule is suppressed.
  • Page 58: Technical Specifications

    Segment 10 Activation data for user cards 193 – 200. Segment 11 Activation data for user cards 201 – 208. Segment 12 Activation data for user cards 209 – 216. Segment 13 Activation data for user cards 217 – 224. Segment 14 Activation data for user cards 225 –...
  • Page 59: Chapter 4 Setting Up The Nx-216E

    The NX-216E is a microprocessor-controlled 16 zone expander for the NX-10 control panels. Up to five NX-216E expanders can be added to the NX-10 control panel with a maximum zone count of 40 zones (making total of 48 zones for the NX-10). Each expander has an optional tamper switch and power isolator making it ideal for use in a remote location.
  • Page 60: Configuring The Nx-216E

    The zones on the NX-216E input expander are programmed in a similar way to the control panel’s on-board zones. For more information on programming on-board zones, see NX-10 Installers Manual. You must enroll and default each input expander before you begin to program the system.
  • Page 61: Setting Up The Nx-320-I

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Chapter 5 Setting up the NX-320-I Overview The NX-320-I is an auxiliary power module that can be used with the NX panel. It also has three programmable outputs and one dedicated sounder output. Depending the panel type, you can use up to eight NX-320-I auxiliary power modules to supply 32 outputs for the panel, 24 of which are programmable and eight are dedicated sounder outputs.
  • Page 62: Wiring The Nx-320-I Auxiliary Power Module

    Wiring the NX-320-I auxiliary power module Table 7. NX-320-I auxiliary power module terminal connections Terminal Description DATA Connect to the control panel data terminal. This terminal is the incoming data-signalling terminal to the NX-320-I. The maximum total wire run from the control panel to all devices, including the NX-320-I is 800 m.
  • Page 63: Enrolling The Nx-320-I Auxiliary Power Module

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Table 8. NX-320-I auxiliary power module DIP switches DIP switch 1-3 settings Address DIP switch 1-3 settings Address = ON = OFF Enrolling the NX-320-I auxiliary power module Set DIP switches 1-3 to the correct address.
  • Page 64: Programming The Nx-320-I Auxiliary Power Module

    Programming the NX-320-I auxiliary power module Figure 9. NX-320-I menu structure Power Module 84 Outputs 1 (<Event>) Event Alarms 8.1.1.1 8.1.1 8.1.1.1.1 8.1.1.1.1.1 Arm/Disarm 8.1.1.1.1.2 Outputs 2 - 3 Power Modules 85 - 91 Communications Same as above Same as above 8.1.1.1.1.3 Keypads 8.1.1.1.1.4...
  • Page 65: Configuring Features

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide The keypad beeps once to accept the change and returns to Outputs. Table 9. NX-320-I output events Event Event Event Alarms Arm/disarm Misc Alarm Memory Armed Code Entry Tests Disarmed Program Mode Dyn Battery Test Ready to Arm...
  • Page 66: Glossary

    Glossary Location Term Definition NX-320-I Power Modules A module that provides an additional power supply if the system is using more peripherals than can be serviced by the panel power supply. Power Module 84 A menu entry that groups all options for the selected power module.
  • Page 67 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Location Term Definition 8.1.1.1.5.2 Code Stops Timer A menu entry that allows the timer used on programmable outputs to be reset by entering a valid user code. 8.1.1.1.5.3 Inverted A menu option that enables a mode that inverts the state of an output (normally activated and then deactivated when an event occurs).
  • Page 68: Programming The Locations For Nx-320-I

    Location Term Definition 8.1.5 Reset Settings A menu option that defaults the selected module to factory defaults. Programming the locations for NX-320-I LOCATION 0 - PROGRAMMING THE EVENT, ZONE AND TIME FOR OUTPUT 1 (2 segments, numerical data) Segment 1 - Event Selects the event that will trigger the output.
  • Page 69 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide LOCATION 2 - PROGRAMMING THE EVENT AND TIME FOR OUTPUT B (2 segments, numerical data) Segment 1 - event Is used to program the particular event that will trigger the output. See chart on page 8 for the specific events that can be selected.
  • Page 70 Is used to select the amount of time an output will remain activated when an output triggers. If this location is programmed as a zero, the output will follow the particular event. LOCATION 5 - PROGRAMMING SPECIAL FUNCTIONS AND PARTITIONS FOR OUTPUT C (2 segments, feature selection data) Segment 1 - selects the following special conditions Option...
  • Page 71 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Option Function Code will activate Output A Code will NOT activate output A Code will activate Output B Code will NOT activate output B Code will activate Output C Code will NOT activate output C Reserved...
  • Page 72 LOCATION 13 - AUTHORIZING USERS 51-60 TO TRIGGER OUTPUTS A-C (10 segments, feature selection data) When activating outputs with a user code (event 30), location 13 can be used to restrict certain codes from activating certain outputs. Location 13 contains 10 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to user 51, segment 10 corresponds to user 60.
  • Page 73: Nx-320-I Programming Worksheets

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide LOCATION 18 - A/C DELAY AND DYNAMIC BATTERY TEST (2 segments, feature selection data) Location 18 is used to enable the A/C delay and the dynamic battery test, both of which are timed in minutes. The factory default is 5-0, meaning the A/C power will be off for 5 minutes before a report is sent or a service indication will be given, and the dynamic battery test is disabled (“0”...
  • Page 74 DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING DATA OUTPUT B: EVENT & TIME 0 10 OUTPUT B: SPECIAL FEATURES & PARTITIONS Segment 1 (Circle Numbers To Program) ON: if timed in minutes. OFF: if timed is seconds ON: If latched until code is entered. OFF: for timed ON: If output should stop timing when a code is entered.
  • Page 75 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING DATA Codes 41-50 Output enable (circle the numbers to program) User Output A Output B Output C Codes 51-60 Output enable (circle the numbers to program) User Output A Output B Output C...
  • Page 76: Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications Power supply specifications ± 20% Power supply voltage 12 V Consumption - nominal 10 mA at 12V Output specifications Output - nominal 2 A @ 13.85 V Output - maximum 2.5 A @ 13.85 V General feature specifications PCB Size Dimensions (length x width) 236x81 mm...
  • Page 77: Chapter 6 Setting Up The Nx-507E/Nx-508E

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Chapter 6 Setting up the NX-507E/NX- 508E Overview The NX-507E and NX-508E are output modules used to expand the output capabilities of the NetworX control panel with the following functionality: NX-507E SEVEN RELAY EXPANDER • Microprocessor controlled 7-relay module •...
  • Page 78: Installing The Nx-507E Output Expander

    Installing the NX-507E output expander Figure 10. NX-507E output expander DATA Connect to the control panel Data terminal. This terminal is the data-signalling terminal to all the devices on the bus. Connect to the control panel COMMON terminal. This terminal supplies the common side of he power to the NX-507E board.
  • Page 79 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide 4-position DIP See Table 10. NX-507E/NX-508E output expander DIP switches. switch Flashes during normal operation. Factory use only. Figure 11. NX-508E output expander DATA Connect to the control panel Data terminal. This terminal is the data-signalling terminal to all the devices on the bus.
  • Page 80: Setting The Dip Switches

    Flashes during normal operation. Factory use only. Note: The printer port present on the board is to be used for service only in an EN certified installation. Setting the DIP switches Power down the NX-507E/NX-508E output expander. Set the DIP switches according to Table 10. NX-507E/NX-508E output expander DIP switches.
  • Page 81: Programming The Nx-507E/Nx-508E Output Expander

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Programming the NX-507E/NX-508E output expander Figure 12. Output expander menu Event Output Exp 24 Outputs 1 (<Event>) 9.1.1 9.1.1.1.1 Alarms 9.1.1.1 9.1.1.1.1.1 Arm/Disarm Output Exps 25 - 31 Outputs 2 - 8 9.1.1.1.1.2 Same as above...
  • Page 82: Setting Up Schedules

    B-alarm See Schedule Times>Opening and Schedule Times>Closing/Autoarm If set to follow condition, these events are one second Events 48, 49 and 50 arm or disarm the NX-10 at the open (disarm) or close (arm) time for the ♠ appropriate schedule.
  • Page 83: Configuring An Output

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Configuring an output You can specify events, users and partitions that can activate a particular output. The output can be controlled using a schedule or by an X-10 device. If an output is controlled by a schedule, it can be activated during the times specified in the schedule only.
  • Page 84: Glossary

    Glossary Location Term Definition NX-507/508E An expander board that increases the number of outputs that can be used with the control panel. A menu entry that groups NX-507E/NX-508E output expander options. 9.1.1 Outputs A menu entry that groups options relating to programmable outputs.
  • Page 85 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Location Term Definition 9.1.1.1.6.2 Code Stops Timer A menu option that allows the timer used on programmable outputs to be reset by entering a valid user code. 9.1.1.1.6.3 Only if Closed A menu option that activates an output after closing time and before opening time.
  • Page 86: Programming The Locations For Nx-507E/Nx-508E

    Location Term Definition 9.1.4 Users A menu option that specifies the zone or user number that triggers the output on the expander module or power module. 9.1.4.1.1 Outputs A menu option that specifies which outputs the selected user can operate. The users menu can be used only when event 45 (code entry) is used.
  • Page 87 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide System low battery 31** Closed schedule Flash X-10 for alarm memory 11** Duress Listen in Flash X-10 for siren Armed in ‘Exit’ mode, after 12** Manual fire Line seizure exit time Failed to 13** Manual medical alarm...
  • Page 88 Output 9-16 17-24 25-32 33-40 41-48 49-56 57-64 Segment 2 - selects the following partitions Option Function If the event should activate when it occurs in partition 1 If the event should activate when it occurs in partition 2 If the event should activate when it occurs in partition 3 If the event should activate when it occurs in partition 4 LOCATION 2 - ENABLING THE SCHEDULES FOR OUTPUT 1 (1 segment, feature selection data) Location 2 is used to enable any or all of the eight (8) schedules.
  • Page 89 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide LOCATIONS 4-31 - PROGRAMMING FOR OUTPUTS 2 - 8 Locations 4 - 31 are used to program the events, zones/users and times, as well as the special functions, partitions, schedules and X-10 addresses for outputs 2 - 8. Each output has four locations, which are programmed with the same steps, as output 1 described previously.
  • Page 90 LOCATION 56 - PROGRAMMING THE DATE OF HOLIDAYS IN JANUARY (8 segments, numerical data) Program the day of the month in January that the opening time in a schedule is suppressed. For example, if the opening should not occur on January 1, program a “1” in segment 1. This feature can be repeated up to a maximum of 8 holidays per location (month).
  • Page 91 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide activating certain outputs. Location 69 contains 10 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to user 11, segment 10 corresponds to user 20. Refer to location 68 chart. Note: The zone/user for the corresponding output must be “0” to use this location.
  • Page 92 LOCATION 74 - AUTHORIZING USERS 61-70 TO TRIGGER OUTPUTS 1 - 8 (10 segments, feature selection data) When activating outputs with a user code, location 74 can be used to restrict certain codes from activating certain outputs. Location 74 contains 10 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to user 61, segment 10 corresponds to user 70.
  • Page 93 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide LOCATION 79 - AUTHORIZING USERS 111 - 120 TO TRIGGER OUTPUTS 1 - 8 (10 segments, feature selection data) When activating outputs with a user code, location 79 can be used to restrict certain codes from activating certain outputs.
  • Page 94 LOCATION 84 - AUTHORIZING USERS 161 - 170 TO TRIGGER OUTPUTS 1 - 8 (10 segments, feature selection data) When activating outputs with a user code, location 84 can be used to restrict certain codes from activating certain outputs. Location 84 contains 10 segments. Segment 1 corresponds to user 161, segment 10 corresponds to user 170.
  • Page 95: Nx-507E/Nx-508E Programming Worksheets

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Note: The zone/user for the corresponding output must be “0” to use this location. LOCATION 89 - AUTHORIZING USERS 211 - 220 TO TRIGGER OUTPUTS 1 - 8 (10 segments, feature selection data) When activating outputs with a user code, location 89 can be used to restrict certain codes from activating certain outputs.
  • Page 96 DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING DATA Partition 1 Partition 2 Partition 3 Partition 4 OUTPUT 1: SCHEDULE Schedule 1 Schedule 5 Schedule 2 Schedule 6 Schedule 3 Schedule 7 Schedule 4 Schedule 8 OUTPUT 1: X-10 ADDRESS Module number House code OUTPUT 2: EVENT, ZONE, TIME 43 2 10 OUTPUT 2: SPECIAL FEATURES &...
  • Page 97 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING DATA Schedule 1 Schedule 5 Schedule 2 Schedule 6 Schedule 3 Schedule 7 Schedule 4 Schedule 8 OUTPUT 3: X-10 ADDRESS Module number House code OUTPUT 4: EVENT, ZONE, TIME 43 4 10 OUTPUT 4: SPECIAL FEATURES &...
  • Page 98 DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING DATA OUTPUT 5: X-10 ADDRESS Module number House code OUTPUT 6: EVENT, ZONE, TIME 43 6 10 OUTPUT 6: SPECIAL FEATURES & PARTITIONS Segment 1 (Circle Numbers To Program) ON: if timed in minutes. OFF: if timed is seconds ON: If latched until code is entered.
  • Page 99 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING DATA Segment 1 (Circle Numbers To Program) ON: if timed in minutes. OFF: if timed is seconds ON: If latched until code is entered. OFF: for timed ON: If output should stop timing when a code is entered. OFF: timed...
  • Page 100 DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING DATA SCHEDULE 5 DAYS (Circle the numbers to program) Sunday Thursday Monday Friday Tuesday Saturday Wednesday Disabled on holidays SCHEDULE 6 OPENING TIME 20 0 SCHEDULE 6 CLOSING TIME SCHEDULE 6 DAYS (Circle the numbers to program) Sunday Thursday Monday...
  • Page 101 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING DATA Output 4 Output 5 Output 6 Output 7 Output 8 CODES 11-20 OUTPUT SELECTION (Circle numbers to program) User Output 1 Output 2 Output 3 Output 4 Output 5 Output 6 Output 7...
  • Page 102 DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING DATA Output 6 Output 7 Output 8 CODES 61-70 OUTPUT SELECTION (Circle numbers to program) User Output 1 Output 2 Output 3 Output 4 Output 5 Output 6 Output 7 Output 8 CODES 71-80 OUTPUT SELECTION (Circle numbers to program) User Output 1 Output 2...
  • Page 103 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING DATA CODES 111-120 OUTPUT SELECTION (Circle numbers to program) User Output 1 Output 2 Output 3 Output 4 Output 5 Output 6 Output 7 Output 8 CODES 121-130 OUTPUT SELECTION (Circle numbers to program)
  • Page 104 DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING DATA Output 1 Output 2 Output 3 Output 4 Output 5 Output 6 Output 7 Output 8 CODES 171-180 OUTPUT SELECTION (Circle numbers to program) User Output 1 Output 2 Output 3 Output 4 Output 5 Output 6 Output 7 Output 8 CODES 181-190 OUTPUT SELECTION (Circle numbers to program)
  • Page 105: Programming Examples

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING DATA Output 4 Output 5 Output 6 Output 7 Output 8 CODES 221-230 OUTPUT SELECTION (Circle numbers to program) User Output 1 Output 2 Output 3 Output 4 Output 5 Output 6 Output 7...
  • Page 106 Example 2: To have output 5 trip and activate an X-10 module with a house code of P and a unit code of 8 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday, but not at all on Saturday or Sunday, program the following: Location Segment...
  • Page 107 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Saturday, but not at all on Sunday, program the following: Location Segment Location Segment...
  • Page 108: Nx-507E Technical Specifications

    NX-507E technical specifications Power supply specifications Power supply voltage 12 V Minimum/maximum voltage to 14 V 12 V DC Auxiliary power output (supplied from NetworX control panel or NX-320-I power supply) Maximum current consumption 100 mA at 12 V restricted by NX-507E/NX-508E Power consumption Nominal 10 mA (no outputs active)
  • Page 109 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Humidity Max 95% non condensing Shipping Weight (PCB) 86 g EN 50131 grade and class Security Grade 2, Environmental Class II ACE type Type B - Fixed Certification EN 50131-1 System requirements EN 50131-3 Control and indicating equipment...
  • Page 110: Chapter 7 Setting Up The Nx-534E

    Bus supervision LED Processor Audio Tap. Connect it with the Audio Tap on the NX-10 board using the audio cable. Note: The audio cable's white wire MUST be connected to PIN1 both on the NX-534E board and on the NX-...
  • Page 111: Wiring The Nx-534E Listen-In Module

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Wiring the NX-534E listen-in module Table 12. NX-534E terminal connections Terminal Description Connector on the left side. Connect positive side of microphone #A. Connect negative side of microphone #A. Connect positive side of microphone #B. Connect negative side of microphone #B.
  • Page 112: Control Levels

    The line disconnects (goes off the hook). The NX-534E listen-in module starts the call back window timer. If the time runs out before the number of rings has been reached, the system returns to stand-by mode and waits for a new trip. The NX-534E listen-in module waits to receive the call back, up to the selected number of minutes programmed in for the first ring.
  • Page 113: Tones

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Extends the session time. Turns both microphones on and extends the session time. Output / relay control level (negative—turn off) Note: This feature requires X-10 Interface. Level Returns to the initial session settings when it is tripped. This includes the microphone selection and audio mode.
  • Page 114 Tone Description One high tone for 100 mS Time remaining indicator “A “. One mid tone for 100 mS Time remaining indicator “B”. One mid tone for 100 mS, off for 100 mS, one high tone for New alarm alerts for the same partition. 100 mS One high tone for 100 mS, off for 100 mS, one mid tone for New alarm alerts for a different partition.
  • Page 115: Programming The Nx-534E Listen-In Module

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Programming the NX-534E listen-in module Figure 14. NX-534E menu structure Feature Select Mode 10.1 10.1.1 Listen-in Only 10.1.2 Speaker Lockout 10.1.3 Mic A at Startup 10.1.4 Mic B at Startup 10.1.5 Answer Machine Defeat 10.1.6 Control Lvl 7&8 10.1.7...
  • Page 116: Setting Volume Levels

    The keypad beeps once to confirm the change and returns to Line Hold Digit. Scroll to Timers>Line Hold Timeout and press OK. Select 60 and press OK. The keypad beeps once to confirm the change and returns to Line Hold Timeout. Setting volume levels You can adjust volume levels used with the NX-534E listen-in module.
  • Page 117 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Location Term Definition 10.1.3 Speaker Lockout A menu option that prevents the central station turning on the speaker at the premises if a duress, silent panic or hold- up alarm is reported by the control panel.
  • Page 118 Location Term Definition station. 10.6.5 Indicator-A Time Remaining A menu option that sets the length of time remaining after indicator “A” is sent to the central station. The two-way session is terminated after this time if there is no further activity from the central station.
  • Page 119: Programming The Locations For The Nx-534E

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Programming the locations for the NX-534E LOCATION 0 - PROGRAMMING FEATURES (8 segments, numerical data) Segment 1 - Line hold mode or callback mode (default = line hold mode) This option determines if the NX-534E will operate in the line hold or callback mode when a listen-in trigger is received.
  • Page 120 LOCATION 1 - CALLBACK ACCESS CODE (default = 123456) (6 segments, feature selection data) Location 1 contains the access code used to start a listen-in session when the NX-534E is in a callback mode. The callback access code can be up to a maximum of 6 digits. The valid entries are 0- 15 (10 = *, 11 = ...
  • Page 121 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Segment 6 - Time remaining tone indicator “A” (default = 20 seconds) Location 3, segment 6 is used to determine how many seconds will remain when the NX-534E sends tone indicator “A” to the central station. This time is used to alert the central station that the two-way session will be terminated if there is no further activity from the central station.
  • Page 122: Nx-534E Programming Worksheets

    Segment 1 – Module number (default = 0) Location 5, segment 1 contains the X-10 module number. Program a number from 0-15 to represent the corresponding X-10 module number from the following table. Module Segm. 1 Segment 2 – House code (default = 0) Location 5, segment 2 contains the X-10 house code.
  • Page 123 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING DATA Session inactivity hang-up time (30-255 seconds) Point for time remaining tone “A” (1-255 seconds) Point for time remaining tone “B” (1-255 seconds) Anti-lockup tone time (0-255 seconds, 0 = disable) VOLUME / RING CONTROL...
  • Page 124: Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications Power supply specifications ± 2% Power supply voltage ± 2% Consumption – standby 50 mA at 12V ± 2% Consumption – 2 way listen-in in session 100 mA at 12V General feature specifications PCB Size Dimensions (width x height x depth) 152x54x18 mm Environmental Operating temperature...
  • Page 125: Setting Up The Nx-535

    The NX-535 voice module must be connected to the NetworX bus on the control panel, and its audio tap must be connected to the audio tap on the NX-10 board with the audio cable. If the NX-534E listen-in module is used, the dual audio cable should be used to connect both modules to the audio tap on the NX-10 board.
  • Page 126 Figure 15. NX-535 voice module DATA Description NetworX bus terminals Audio Tap Record / Playback button Processor LED ON during Record / Playback LED ON during communication Bus activity LED Connection for telephone handset...
  • Page 127: Programming The Nx-535 Voice Module

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Programming the NX-535 voice module Figure 16. NX-535 menu structure Recording Leader Message 11.1 11.1.1 Single Event Message Message 1 11.1.3 11.1.3.1 Messages 2 - 15 Same as above 11.1.5 Address Message 11.1.6 Kiss Off Message...
  • Page 128: Playing Back Messages

    Complete one of the following steps depending on the message(s) you want to record. • To record a message, scroll to the relevant menu option and press OK. For example, to record the leader message, scroll to Leader Message and press OK. •...
  • Page 129: Glossary

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide 5. The keypad beeps once to accept the change. Glossary Location Term Definition NX-535 Voice Module A module used to send pre-recorded voice messages when activated. Recording A menu entry that groups recording options for messages sent by the voice module.
  • Page 130: Programming The Locations For The Nx-535

    Location Term Definition 11.6 Version A menu option that displays the current software version of the selected module. 11.7 Reset Settings A menu option that defaults the selected module to factory defaults. Programming the locations for the NX-535 Recording / Playback messages LOCATION 0 –...
  • Page 131: Configuring Handshake And Kiss-Off

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Configuring Handshake and Kiss-off LOCATION 1 – Configuring handshake and Kiss-off (2 segments, numerical data) When the NX-535 module reports an event and the call is answered, the system plays the leader message until the call taker acknowledges the call by means of pressing a specific phone key. This option is called the handshake digit.
  • Page 132 Connect a telephone handset into the RJ11 phone jack connector on NX-535 module. Press the button on the NX-535 module and record your message through the handset. Example: “This is your alarm system calling, press any key to continue” (*) Press the button again to stop recording.
  • Page 133: Nx-535 Programming Worksheets

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide (*) Only if Handshake and Kiss-Off are enabled on location 1. Notes: The voice protocol can NOT generate a ‘fail to communicate’ signal. All alarm reports will be cancelled and the voice module will stop dialling when a valid user code is entered on a keypad.
  • Page 134: Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications Power supply specifications ± 2% Power supply voltage 13.8V ± 2% Consumption – Not in session 30 mA at 13.8V ± 2% Consumption – 2 way listen-in in session 100 mA at 13.8V General feature specifications PCB size Dimensions (width x height x depth) 57x100x20 mm Environmental...
  • Page 135: Chapter 9 Setting Up The Nx-590E

    The NX-590E TCP/IP module is a dual microprocessor-controlled Internet/Intranet interface used to connect the NX-10 control panel to the OH Network Receiver. This interface allows any or all events from the NX-10 to be reported over the network. The NX-590E TCP/IP module features include: •...
  • Page 136: Installing The Nx-590E Tcp/Ip Module

    Installing the NX-590E TCP/IP module Figure 17. NX-590E TP/IP module SIM pin 1 RS232 Modem pin 2 Connect to NX-10 panel Processor to RS232 setting: position 9 &10 10BT ethernet Processor to RS232 setting: position 3 & 4 Audio tap Wiring the NX-590EE TCP/IP module Table 15.
  • Page 137: Led Indicators

    Table 16. NX-590E TCP/IP module LED indicators Description Flashes each time the NX-590E has an opportunity to access the NX-10 bus. It should flash about twice a second. Flashes when it is waiting for a communication from the Ethernet module.
  • Page 138: Programming The Nx-590E Tcp/Ip Module

    Programming the NX-590E TCP/IP module Figure 18. NX-590E menu structure TCP/IP Reporting 1 Receiver (1) IP Address 14.1 14.1.1 14.1.1.1 Receiver 2 Same as above Events Alarms Restores 14.1.1.2.1 Arm/Disarm/Alarm 14.1.1.2 14.1.1.2.1.1 Opening/Closing 14.1.1.2.1.2 Zone Bypass and Restores 14.1.1.2.1.3 Tamper/Fault Tampers 14.1.1.2.2 14.1.1.2.2.1...
  • Page 139: Configuring Tcp/Ip Reporting

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide You must enrol and default the module before you begin to program the system. You can program the NX-590E TCP/IP module using a keypad or DL900 software. To program the NX-590E using a keypad, select Installer Menu>NX-590E.
  • Page 140: Configuring Reporting Options

    Press the relevant keys to include partition 2 in the alarms report and press OK. The keypad beeps once to accept the change and returns to Alarms. Navigate with the keys to Options>Reporting>Report Format and select the format relevant for your central station receiver. The keypad beeps once to accept the change and returns to Report Format.
  • Page 141: Glossary

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide The keypad beeps once to accept the change and returns to IP Address. Scroll to Auto U/D at Test Time>Enabled and press OK. The keypad beeps once to accept the change and returns to Auto U/D at Test Time.
  • Page 142 Location Term Definition 14.1.1.2.2.3 Expander Trouble and Restores A menu option that sends an expander fault and restore report to the selected receiver. 14.1.1.2.2.4 Siren/Line Cut and Restores A menu option that sends a report to the selected receiver when a siren or phone fault occurs. A restore report is sent when the fault is fixed.
  • Page 143 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Location Term Definition 14.2.2.1.2 Events A menu entry that contains all configurable events for each receiver or email account. All partitions are enabled by default. Enabled events are formatted into one or more messages according to pre-configured settings and sent to the selected report destination or email address.
  • Page 144 Location Term Definition 14.2.2.1.2.3.2 Aux Short Circuit and Restores A menu option that sends a report to the selected email account when too much current is detected. A restore report is also sent when the short circuit condition is fixed. 14.2.2.1.2.4 Communications A menu entry that groups the communication events that...
  • Page 145 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Location Term Definition 14.4.2 Remote Initiated A menu option that allows an upload/download session between the module and the PC to be initiated by the PC. The PC dials into the module. You must dial the data phone number to dial into the GSM for upload/download.
  • Page 146 Location Term Definition 14.7.1.4 Receiver Polling A menu option that configures the module to send polling messages to the report receivers. 14.7.1.5 Polling Time A menu option that configures the TCP/IP polling time. This value must match the TCP/IP polling time set on a TCP/IP receiver.
  • Page 147: Programming The Locations For Nx-590E

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Location Term Definition 14.9 Version A menu option that displays the current software version of the selected module. 14.10 Reset Settings A menu option that defaults the selected module to factory defaults. Programming the locations for NX-590E...
  • Page 148 DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING DATA PARTITIONS TO REPORT BY INTERNET TO RECEIVER #2 Alarms and Restores Open/Close Bypass Zone Trouble Power Trouble (AC Failure or Low Battery) Siren & Telephone Fault Test Reports Program, Download & Log Full Tampers Short Circuit & Ground Fault Sensor Lost Sensor Low Battery Expander Trouble...
  • Page 149 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING DATA RETURN EMAIL NAME OF THIS MODULE (char 1-16) This is an e-mail address the messages are sent from, RETURN EMAIL NAME OF THIS MODULE (char 17-32) RETURN EMAIL NAME OF THIS MODULE (char 33-48)
  • Page 150 DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING DATA ACCOUNT NUMBER FOR PARTITION 4 00000000 RESERVED 68-87 AUTOMATION SYSTEM PORT 9997 AUTOMATION EVENT TRANSITIONS SEGMENT 1 Reserved Interface configuration message Reserved Reserved 1 zone status message 16 zone snapshot message 1 partition message 8 partition snapshot message SEGMENT 2 System status message X10 message received...
  • Page 151: Frequently Asked Questions

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide DESCRIPTION DEFAULT PROGRAMMING DATA PREMISE SERVER DEALER ID 0000000000 IP ADDRESS OF PREMISE SERVER 0.0.0.0 IP ADDRESS OF PROXY SERVER 0.0.0.0 IP ADDRESS OF PREMISE SERVER ROUTER 0.0.0.0 PREMISE SERVER PROXY SERVER PORT 0080 DHCP ASSIGNED IP ADDRESS 0.0.0.0...
  • Page 152 This for e-mail 2. Locations 37-40 a 64 characters space for the mail server name. A valid name like mailhost.indsys.ge.com should be used. Location 51, mail server IP address Location 57, Email port, default is 025.
  • Page 153: Technical Specifications

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Technical specifications Power supply specifications ± 2% Power supply voltage 12 V Consumption - Standby 90 mA Consumption – Communicating 120 mA General feature specifications PCB Size Dimensions (width x height x depth) 153x84x25 mm Environmental Operating temperature +0°...
  • Page 154: Appendix 1 Overview Of Module Numbers

    NX-10 control panel NX-216 Zone expander modules 16-23 NX-507E/NX-508E Output expander modules 24-31 Wireless receivers 32-39 Note: NX-10 on-board receiver has address 32 NX-534E Listen-In Module NX-535 Voice Module NX-7002 GPRS Module NX-590E TCP\IP Module NX-9104 VVMIQ Module NX-320-I Auxiliary power modules...
  • Page 155: Keypads And Proxpads

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Keypads and ProxPads Table 19. Module numbers for keypads and proxpads Keypad Partition 1 Partition 2 Partition 3 Partition 4...
  • Page 156: Appendix 2 Installing The Modules

    Appendix 2 Installing the modules Large polycarbonate housing Figure 19. Opening the box and installing NX-10 in a large polycarbonate housing. Unscrew the holding screw in the polycarbonate housing. Open the box. Lift off the lid of the box. Flip up the PCB mounting tray.
  • Page 157 NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Connect the NetworX bus cables from the NX-534 to the panel. You can use standard NetworX bus contacts or bus connectors. Plug-in the 5-pin audio cable connector to the audio tap on the panel. Attach the pillars for the NX-535 voice module to the board.
  • Page 158 In order to mount other modules (for example, NX-216E or NX-507E/508E): Drill 0.3 mm holes for the card guides in the box. Figure 21. Drilling holes. Place the card guide in the box. Screw in the card guides. Figure 22. Placing card guides. Use the card guides to mount up to 3 further modules.
  • Page 159: Small Polycarbonate Housing

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Figure 23. Mounting additional modules. Connect the control panel battery leads to the module, if required. Connect the battery and power up the panel. Close the housing. Small polycarbonate housing Small polycarbonate housing is adequate for systems with a just a single additional module installed (usually the TCP/IP module).
  • Page 161: Index

    NX-10 Expander Installation Guide Index Line hold mode.......... 110 Armed Away ..........24, 33 Armed Stay..........24, 33 Maglock ..........28, 36 Module numbers ........153 Binary entries ..........9 Navigating menus .......... 8 Call back mode...........110 Numeric entries..........10 Closing time ..........29 NX-1701E badge functions ........
  • Page 162 NX-590E ............134 Request To Exit ......24, 26, 27, 33 email reporting........138 RTE......24, 26, 27, 28, 33, 34, 36 installing ..........135 LEDs ............136 Safety terms and symbols ......7 TCP/IP reporting........138 Schedule........29, 30, 31, 36 wiring............135 Schedules NX-507E/NX-508E ......... 82 Open collector ..24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 33, 35, 36 Selection lists ..........