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  • Network Alarm System Users Manual
  • Network Alarm SystemTable of contents1 Summary----------------------- - - -- ---(1)2 Main Functions & Features ---------------- ---( 1 )3 Working Diagram of System ------------------( 2 )4 Installations -----------------------------( 3 ) 4.1 Installing Preparation ------------------- ---( 3 ) 4.2 Installations ----------------------- -- - -( 4 )5 Instruction of Wired Keypad ------------ - - - --( 8 ) 5.1 Technologic Parameter ------------------- - -( 8 ) 5.2 Installations ------------------------ - - -( 9 ) 5.3 Instruction of LED indicator ------------- - ---( 10 ) 5.4 Instruction of Sound Hint ----------------- --(1 2 ) 5.5 How to Program -------------------- - - --(1 2 )6 Programming Instructions ---------------- - -(1 3 ) 6.1 Definition of Zone Type --------------- - - - -(1 3 ) 6.2 Factory Setting -------------------- - ----(1 5 ) 6.3 Programming the Panel ----------------- - - -(1 6 ) 6.4 Programming Remotely --------------- - - - -(1 7 ) 6.5 Programming Table of the Alarm Panel ----- - -----(1 7 ) 6.6 Programming Commands of the Alarm Panel --- - - - -(1 8 ) 6.7 Setup logs of the Alarm Panel ------------ - - - -( 34 )7 Operational Manual -----------------------( 38 ) 7.1 Instruction of Operator Interface ---------- - - - -( 38 ) 7.2 Operational Combination ------------------ -( 38 ) 7.3 How to Arm/ Disarm --------------- - - - - - -( 39 ) 7.4 How to Activate Alarm ---------------- - - - -( 39 ) 7.5 How to Receive Alarm ---------------- - - - -( 39 ) 7.6 Remote Setting ------------------ - ------( 40 )8 Technologic Parameter ------------------ - -( 40 )9 Notes ----------------------- --- ------( 4 1)10 Solutions of Simple Trouble -------- - ---- - --( 41 )
  • Network Alarm SystemStandard PackagingAlarm panel 1pcWireless remote controller 2pcsKeys of panel 2pcsAntenna 1pc2.2K EOL resistor 6pcsTap combination screws 3pcsMechanical fixings 3pcsUsers Manual 1pcOptional PackagingWired intelligent keypadReal-time moduleWarning boardGSM moduleSD module
  • Network Alarm System1 SummaryThe Network Industrial Alarm System is the double-network burglar alarmsystem with design of a detachable keypad. It adopts with wired telephonenetwork and GSM wireless network to transmit the alarm signal. There are12 zones (6 wired zones and 6 wireless zones). It can be collocated withwireless remote controller, wired/ wireless PIR detector, wired/ wirelessdoor sensor, hands-on switch, feet-picked switch and wired/wireless siren,etc., and consist of a security protection system of Burglar, Fire, Gas andEmergency status. 8 groups of alarm telephones can be set, such as alarmcommand center, mobile telephones and telephones. Once there is alarmoccurring, the alarm panel will activate the siren on-site to make sound. Atthe same time, the alarm panel will dial the preserved telephones or makealarm to ADEMCO Contact ID alarm center directly. It is very suitable forsecurity services, business places, financial constitutions and enterprises.2 Main Functions & Features With design of detachable keypad and alarm panel. The system can be expanded to 4 keypads and each keypad with a wired zone. Compatible with wired/ wireless. 6 wired zones and 6 wireless zones can be learned. Each wireless zone can expand up to 3 detectors. Access codes: 1 installer code + 4 master codes + 4 users code. Support CONTACT ID protocol: it makes test with alarm center terminal to guarantee the normal working of alarm system. Support Close Arm type. Support report of patrolling. It can realize to control remotely and Arm/ Disarm to the alarm system by the software of network alarm center. (The eighth alarm telephone as the remote controlling programmable telephone) (Only for version V1.6) The advanced function of telecommunication re-dialing makes sure the reliability of the alarm report, especially when the telecommunication is occupied. Home Arm and Overall Arm. The zones list of Home Arm can be defined at will. One group of NC & NO relay output interface to set various alarm output. Anti-false intelligent alarm function: it can reduce the time of false alarm by judging the logic function between the crossover zones. Eight groups of telephones, mobile telephones and alarm center telephones can be set. Also it can set the alarm type of every group of telephone and the zone list of communication. It rushes to inform you the alarm message by halting the speaking on telephone, and then recovers the speaking automatically. Remote Arm, Disarm and on-site alarm setup on the preserved telephones, -1-
  • Network Alarm System mobile phones or the telephones connected with panel. Wired zone reaction speed (100ms-900ms) and support Normal Open, Normal Close and end-of-line resistor at freedom. The trouble of telephone line and GSM module can be reacted on the keypads buzzer or wired/ wireless siren output. Both AC220V and 12V, 7Ah rechargeable battery power supplied and switched each other automatically. The low battery can reminder the host. The design of power-output limitation is to protect the electronic circuit. The Real-time module endows the system with two timers can be set to Arm/ Disarm independently according to the arrangement of the working days and resting days. Every timer can set Arm/ Disarm of each zone independently. GSM module is for option. It is more stable by realizing PSTN and GSM double-network alarm. Alarm by double-network or only by GSM network when telephone line is cut off. GSM module is for option. It can realize sound and SIM message alarm and support ADEMCO CID center. SD module is for option. It can monitor the on-site alarm status. It can link and record the alarm on-site. Then store it into SD card. Wired board is for option. It is convenient for guard to check the alarm status during patrol.3 Working Diagram of System Ru n Alarm NO.1 NO.2 NO.3 NO.4 NO.5 NO.6 Pi n P rint NO.7 NO.8 Al arm Pri nter PC Po wer Exit OK Mobile Phone Telephone Alarm Center Security System Start-up Wired Transmission with Telephone Line GSM Wireless Smoke/ Gas Detector Wireless Siren Such Wired PIR detector Wired Siren Wireless PIR Detector GSM Wireless Transmission Curtain Door Sensor PSTN Wireless Door Sensor Remote Controller Wired Smoke/ Gas Detector Camera Wired Keypad Alarm Panel -2-
  • Network Alarm System4 InstallationsThank you for choosing our products! As you known, any kinds of products,to assure its credibility and fully display all its functions, it should beinstalled and used correctly. So we recommend installing by professionalpersonnel. We assume no liability for inaccuracies. Please contact with ourlocal agency if you need our professional personnel!4.1 Installing Preparation Firstly, make a scheme of all defense zones according to users needs, and choose suitable kinds of detectors. Fix the setup places of all fittings, such as main unit , detectors and sirens. Draw a setup map marking the types and specification of detectors and cable conductors in all zones, and marking the different usages of all kinds of color lines. Do not use the same color cables in the different zones of the same system. (The scheme and the map should be filed for maintenance afterwards)Note: Read the following factors when making defense scheme and drawingthe map.*After making sure the credibility of detector, it should be fixed in hideplaces, and the main unit should be fixed in a place where is easy to reach butnot easy to be found, and there should have sockets nearby, it also should benear to telephone line and within the detector defense zone. Siren or trumpetshould be set in the best place. Emergency button should be set in the mostconvince place.*When installing wired detector, the cable should be fixed in hide place, likeline groove in ceiling. Dont use the same color cables in the different zonesof the same system.*There should be no big mental or other electrical applicants which canproduce interferes (for example television, air-condition, computer andmicro-oven and so on) near to the install place of main unit and otherwireless telecommunication equipments. Otherwise, it will affect thewireless communication effectiveness.*Considering all factors, which could cause interferes when adoptingwireless detectors and wireless siren. Usually, in open area, the distancebetween the above detector siren and main unit can reach to the standardindex. The main unit should be set indoors. Otherwise, in the course oftransmitting, wireless signal may be absorbed or weaken by all equipmentmaterial indoors. Moreover, other signals of wireless equipment may makeinterferes to this transmit signal. Therefore, the transmitting distance is lessthan 400m when used indoors. -3-
  • Network Alarm System 4.2 Installations Heat Sink Real-time Module Transceiver Interface of GSM Module Running Note: ----All fuse pipes should only be replaced by the Black same specification ones to prevent Fire. Battery ---- Remove AC & DC power supply before maintenance. 3A fuse of battery 2A fuse of siren 0.5A fuse of power auxiliary interface Red Insert the short jumper, the tamper will be invalid Yellow Black Red Blue Green Wired Siren Voltage 10.5V-14.5VDCSealed lead battery The power current should not exceed 2A. Seized ring Incoming ring 4.2.1 Mounting * Remove the circuit board from the cabinet. This will prevent possible damage to the circuit board when removing the knock-outs. * Remove the knock-outs. * Mark the screw mounting holes on the wall. * Mount the cabinet at the desired height and pass the cables through the knock-outs. * Replace the circuit board and reconnect the spade lug to the lower door hinge. Note: The nail mounting the main unit should be fastened and can bear three times of weight of main unit at least. -4-
  • Network Alarm System The mounting holes 150mm Picture 2 Map of Fixing the holes of screws on the bottom of alarm panel4.2.2 Earth groundTo ensure the effectiveness of the lightning and transient protection circuits,the control panel must be connected to “Earth Ground”.4.2.3 Wiring the panelWhen connecting, the line should be connected strictly according to thedifferent uses of different color cables. Then spread the line according to thesetup map, and lead the cable to the place where the main unit will be fixed.And then connect the EOL to the main unit. When connecting, the cable endshould be bared, and the length of bared should be equal to the connect portwhere would be inserted. It will cause to poor contact if the line inserted istoo short; and it will cause to short circuit if the line inserted is too long. Ifmore than two lines should be connected to the same end, the bared lineshould be twisted firmly, then insert them into the hole together. After that,screw the screw cap firmly to guarantee its bearing strength.1 AC powerAC power is supplied with a 16V/1.5A transformer at 50 or 60 Hz. Pleaseconnect the secondary of the transformer to the terminals labeled AC. Theprimary side of the transformer must be connected to an un-switchedreceptacle. Do not connect primary to Ground-Fault-Interrupt (GFI)circuits. After connecting all lines, power it on.Note: The main unit will indicate if the AC line cut off for 10 seconds. Whenthere is something wrong with program system, the main unit will reportthat AC is cut off. And the main unit also will report that it recovers afterrecovering for 10 seconds.2 Backup BatteryTo make sure main unit work normally in case the AC cut off, the alarm hostshould be connected with storage battery as picture 1. Connect the red line -5-
  • Network Alarm Systemto the anode, and the black line to the cathode. It will damage the battery ifthey are connected wrongly, and it uses 12V 7Ah sealed storage battery.Dont use non-rechargeable battery or non-sealed storage battery. It issuggested to change the battery every year. Note: The alarm host will indicate the low power if the voltage is lowerthan 11.8V. Moreover, it will send the low-power report if there issomething wrong with program system, and when voltage is lower than10.5V, it will cut off the power supply to protect the battery. Dont connectthe battery before finishing all lines connection.3 Siren outputting connectionBell &C is the siren-outputting interface. It provides stable 10.5V-14.5VDC power when alarming. Fast thawing fuse F2 (2A, 3AG) protects theinterface circuit. When the current exceeds 2A, the fuse F2 will melt to cutoff the connection between main unit and siren. Note the polarity beforeconnecting. The anode is connected to the Bell end, and the cathode isconnected to the C end as picture1.Note: if the fuse melts, please cut off all main unit power. After clearing allobstructions, change the fuse, and then power it on. Dont change it withlarge capacity fuse.4 Auxiliary connects with power.SW and C end are interfaces, which can be cut off. It provides equipments,which needs to reset the cut-off state after alarming with 10.5V-14.5V/0.5ADC. The representative equipments include glass broken sensor and smokedetector. AUX and C end are interfaces, which cannot be cut off. It canprovide wired fittings with 10.5V-14.5V/0.5mA DC power. SW & C end andAUX & C end are protected by fast thawing fuse (0.5A, 3AG)5) Wired intelligent keypad & wired warning board connectionAUX and C end are the interfaces of the keypad and warning board. DATend is the interface of the digit between alarm panel and keypad & warningboard. The system can connect 4 keypads at most and each keypad willconsume 55mA current. The wire connected with keypad is 22AWG(0.643mm) copper core cable and each cable can reach 150m.6) Wired zones connectionZ1-Z6&C have 6 interfaces connecting with line in wired zones. In zonecircuit, Z1-Z6 end is anode, C end is cathode, so when connecting, pleasepay attention to the polarity of detector alarm output interface, so as not todamage other parts of apparatus. But it is no necessary to distinguish thepolarities when fittings are hand-pressing switch or foot-tramplingswitch.Every zone circuit can be programmed independently to differentcircuit types, such as “normal close” “normal open” or “EOL resistor”. -6-
  • Network Alarm SystemIf it is programmed to be “normal close” or “normal open”, the detectorsalarm outputting interface can be connected directly to both ends of zonecircuit; If it is programmed to be “EOL resistor”, the correspondent zonecircuit end should be connected with 2.2K resistor (other zone circuitsunused for the moment also should be connected). Connection principles:normal open detector should be connected in parallel with 2.2K resistors;normal close detector should be concatenated with 2.2K resistors (and theresistor should be as near to detector as possible). In order to avoid zonecircuit lines damaged (be cut off or short circuit), it is better to programrelevant zone circuit to be “EOL resistor”.If both of resistors down-lead and out-line are connected to the sameinterface. They should be twisted and screwed firmly, then inserted into theinterface, and screw the snail firmly. If resistor down lead is wire-wrappedand connected with out-lines, it should be soldered after wire-wrappedconnection. Moreover, the parts of resistor down lead should be as short aspossible to avoid short circuit by touching with other metals after twisted.When the detector needs alarm host to provide power, the anode and cathodeof the detector’s power input interface should be separately connected withSW and C interfaces or AUX and C interfaces. NO interface (with EOL resistor) NC interface (with EOL resistor) Wire terminal of alarm panel Wire terminal of alarm panel Wire terminal of detector Wire terminal of detector NO/ NC interfaces (without EOL resistor) Wire terminal of alarm panel Wire terminal of detector -7-
  • Network Alarm System7) Programmable linkage output connectionNC. NO. and COM are for connection of programmable earth ground. Itmeans the alarm panel can set the driven relay output of various alarms andzones alarms. NC is Normal Close, NO is Normal Open and COM is normalconnection. This interface can afford 1A 120VAC/24VDC at most. It shouldchange the relay of higher-power once the power of controlled equipmentsoverloads the interfaces.8) Tamper connectionTAM&C is the anti-tamper zone interface. It can be set two switches on thecase. One is to avoid opening the cap illegally; the other one is to avoidmoving or dissembling the alarm host. Concatenate both anti-tamperswitches, and then connect the EOL with TAM&C interface.9) Telephone line connectionLINE is the interface of telephone incoming line. PHONE is extensioninterface. When alarming, in order to make main unit reporting the alarminformation to the manage center and user, LINE interfaces should beconnected with telephone incoming line. Extension and othertelecommunication equipments (including extension) can be connectedwith PHONE interface. But dont oppositely connect with incoming line.They should be connected as picture 1.4.2.4 System debuggingFirstly, check whether all lines are connected correctly or not. Next, connectwith battery, and cover the case cap. Then connect with AC power toprogram. Lastly, test system to check if all detector fittings can worknormally and can communicate normally with alarm host or if the alarm hostcorrectly performs all alarm functions. Then the system installation isfinished.5 Instruction of Wired KeypadThe Keypad is designed to support this Long-distance Network AlarmSystem. It can assist the alarm panel to make Arm, Disarm, Duress Alarmand Emergency Alarm etc. The keypad can display the information frompanel or zones on time. It is endowed with a Tamper interface and aprogrammable expanding zone. It is with the design of flip type, aestheticappearance and simple operation. 4 pieces of keypads can be connected withthe alarm panel.5.1 Technologic ParameterWorking Voltage: DC12V±20%Current: 55mALength of Wire: ≤150m (22AWG copper core cable) -8-
  • Network Alarm SystemWorking Temperature: -15 +60Size: 138*95*34mm (L*W*H)Weight: 190g5.2 Installations5.2.1 Diagram of panels bottom and its installation # * 10 11 12 LIST GSM Picture 4 Diagram of panels bottom and its installation4.2.2 Wiring keypadThere are five pieces of wires lead in the keypad. Wires lead of red, black,blue and green should be connected with the alarm panel. The yellow one isthe line-connection to expand zones (forming a zone loop with the blackone). The red wire connect with AUX end of alarm panel, the black one withC end, the yellow one with DAT end and the green one with ATM end.4.2.3 Connection of expanding zonesEach keypad owns an expanding zone. The yellow wire and black wireforms a zone loop. It can connect with wired detector or wired door sensordirectly to add a zone for alarm panel. ON & OFF of the zone can beoperated on the programming of alarm panel. thAll attributes of expanding zones will be controlled by 5 wired zone. Theexpanding zone of keypad is 05. The LED of status display is the same one thof 5 zone. -9-
  • Network Alarm System5.2.4 Trigger type of expanding zones (J2) “ ”: the expanding zone is EOL resistor zone. It shall series with 2.2K EOL resistor “ ”: the expanding zone is NO alarm zone. It shall not series with 2.2K EOL resistor.5.2.5 The expanding zone on/off (J3) “ ”: Turn off the expanding zone “ ”: Turn on the expanding zone5.2.6 Keypad PositionThe keypad addressing is realized on the DIP switch of the circuit. Theaddressing is complied from 01 to 04. ON Keypad addressing 1 2 Picture 5 Diagram of coding switchNote: The addressing of each keypad connected with the system should bedifferent. Or else the keypad cant work normally with the repeatedaddressing.5.2.4 Description of keypads keys0-9, *, # keys: program the operation and daily operation Key, key, key: it will make Emergency, Fire, Emergency BurglarAlarm with 3 seconds pressing. (Open it should program again) Key: bypassLIST key: query the Armed zone listGSM key: query the signal of GSM module5.3 Instruction of LED Indicator Indicator: Power of alarm panel Indicator: Running of alarm panel Indicator: Arm of alarm panel Indicator: Trouble of alarm panel Indicator: Emergency alarm of keypad Indicator: Manual Fire alarm indicator Indicator: Emergency Burglar of keypad, Emergency alarm of remotecontroller and Tamper indicator of alarm panel Indicator: Bypass indicator of zone -10-
  • Network Alarm System“GSM” indicator: Optional GSM module (When the GSM module ischosen, the indicator turns on within alarm panels powering on for 3minutes) st th“1-6” indicators: indicators of 1 to 6 wired zones“7-12” indicators: indicators of 1 st to 6 th wireless zones -11-
  • Network Alarm System5.4 Instruction of Sound Hint5.5 How to Program -12-
  • Network Alarm System6 Programming InstructionsThe system can be set according to users requirement. Please read itcarefully before your using to bring its best value play and protect the setareas.6.1 Definition of Zone TypePlease input the following zone code according to your needs:0 type unavailable This zone isnt used.1 type Entry/ Exit the Delaying zone This zone is mainly used to entry/ exit the Delaying zone (for examplemain door, main entrance). This zone will be active in the end of Delay ofArming and it should Disarm the system before the end of Delaying, or elsethe system will make alarm. The keypad will make beep when enteringDelaying time. (as the clew signal of Disarming system)2 type Perimeter zone It is used outdoor, such as door and window. When it is destroyed, thesystem will make alarm immediately and entry Delaying status.3 type Inner zone (Smart alarm) It is used to entry/ exit zone and it should be triggered before enteringthe Delaying zone. It is mostly set in the inevitable place when disarmingthe system with keypad, such as lounge or lobby (or mobile detector).4 type Day/ Night zone (warning with Disarming and alarming withArming) It is used in the door, window of thin foil (such as shop) or sensitiveareas (such as warehouse, medical warehouses etc.) or the areas need to beclose attention. In the status of Disarming, the keypad will make fast beepwhen triggering the zone; it is used to break into the door or other events ( -13-
  • Network Alarm Systemfor example, the sensor is unavailable or thin foil door is broken). In thestatus of Arming, the keypad and siren will make alarm when triggering thezone.5 type 24 hours silent alarm It is used for an emergency button (for example, in bank and jewelrycounter). It will be triggered and send the alarm to the center terminal. Thezone will display in the keypad but without sound alarm. This zone wont beaffected by the operation of Arm/ Disarm.6 type 24 hours voiced alarm It is used for an emergency button. It sends the alarm to the centerterminal and forms voiced alarm (for example, the emergency alarm on thebed). The zone will cause the siren and keypad alarm and display theinformation when triggering. This zone wont be affected by the operation ofArm/ Disarm.7 type Interior zone (Delaying) rd This type is the same as the 3 type. The only difference is that thesystem wont make alarm immediately when the entry/ exit zone wastriggered and the zone will enter Delaying.8 type Fire zone It is used for the smoke detector or heat detector installing 24 hoursprotected areas. The zone will make fire signal when triggering, the keypadwill display the zone no. and trigger the siren to make sound. Meanwhile,the keypad sends the report to the center terminal. This zone wont beaffected by the operation of Arm/ Disarm.9 type Gas zone It is used for the gas detector installing 24 hours detective areas. Thezone will make alarm signal when triggering, the keypad will display thezone no. and trigger the siren to make sound. Meanwhile, the keypad sendsthe report to the center terminal. This zone wont be affected by theoperation of Arm/ Disarm.A type Medical zone It is used for the emergency button or other emergency assistancedevices installing 24 hours protected areas. The zone will make alarm signalwhen triggering, the keypad will display the zone no. and trigger the siren tomake sound. Meanwhile, the keypad sends the report to the center terminal.This zone wont be affected by the operation of Arm/ Disarm.B type Bell zone th It is the same as the 4 zone. The only difference is that the keypad willmake fast beep when triggering in the status of Arm/ Disarm. The zone wontmake alarm. -14-
  • Network Alarm SystemC type Burglar zone It is used in the doors or windows. When they are intruded or destroyed,Delaying function doesnt make effect.D type Arm once shutting zone It is mainly used with entrance guard system, door lock and wired doorsensor. And it is only for wired zone. The system will Arm automaticallywhen the zone turns from Trouble to Normal (controlled by Arm Delay andthe Arm type is controlled by 1# operator). The system will make alarmwhen the zone turns from Normal to Trouble (The zone is defined as Entry/Exit Delay zone at the moment).E type Patrolling Test zone This zone is only for wired zone and mainly used to connect with wiredpatrolling devices. It is not limited by Arm/ Disarm. Once the zone istriggered, the system will report the patrolling record to the alarm center,meanwhile, the siren and the buzzer of keypad will make soundsynchronously.6.2 Factory SettingNote: If you connect power before wiring the loops, install a 2.2K EOLresistor across each loop.CombinationsInstaller combination: 012345User 1# (Master) combination: 1234User 2# (Master) combination: 2234Duress: disabledArming type: the zone can be Arm only in the Normal or Bypass status.ZonesZone 01: Entry/ Exit delayEOL circuitZone 02: PerimeterEOL circuitZone 03: PerimeterEOL circuitZone 04: PerimeterEOL circuitZone 05: Interior (Delay)EOL circuitZone 06: 24-hour voiced alarmEOL circuitZone 07: PerimeterZone 08: PerimeterZone 09: PerimeterZone 10: PerimeterZone 11: Perimeter -15-
  • Network Alarm SystemZone 12: PerimeterExpanding zone of keypad: disabledTimingDelay Arm: 15 secondsEnter alarm delaying: 15 secondsSiren outputting time: 5 minutesBuzzer outputting time of keypad: 5 minutesRelay outputting time: 5 minutesUnit ControlUser Duress function: OffTrouble test for telephone line: OnBuzzer will be active when telephone line is in trouble: YesBuzzer will be active when GSM module is in trouble: YesExpanding zone of keypad: OffOperating with Emergency button: YesTelephone network and GSM wireless network dial together.The zone can be armed only in the status of Normal or Bypass.Delay after 1 minutes turning off the power.Panic help, Fire and Emergency Burglar of keypad: YesWireless siren: OffOutput way of programmable relay: Mono-stable6.3 Programming the Panel All panel wirings for this system should be completed prior to powering it on. You can only access the programming mode when the control panel is disarmed.6.3.1 Programming the Position of keypa d Open the end cover of the keypad and change the address of keypad by the code switch of keypad circuit board. The AC and battery should be removed before changing the keypads address and power it again after revising the address of keypad.Note: If two keypads address of the same alarm panel is same, the alarm panel and keypad wont work normally. If you want to add a new more keypad, what you should do is reset the alarm panel in the original keypad. It is no necessary to power it again and confirm entry of the new keypad.6.3.2 To start keypad programming -16-
  • Network Alarm System In the status of Disarm without alarming, you can key in installers combination * 0 # . The default value of installers combination is 012345. The indicators of Run, Arm and Fault are flashing at the same time. It means to start keypad programming.6.3.1 Programming with the keypad If you program the alarm panel with the keypad and want to revise a command of addressing programming date, please input 2 digits addressing code at first and the programming digit, then preserve the digit by keying in # ; If the buzzer of keypad beeps 5 sound, it means the programming digit inputted wrong; If the buzzer of keypad beeps 2 sound, it mean the programming digit inputted right.6.3.2 To exit panel programming To exit panel programming, please key in * # ; Meanwhile, if the keypad is not operated in 5 minutes, the panel will exit the programming automatically.6.4 Programming Remotely (only supported by Version 1.6)6.41 Connection way Callback required: The software of network alarm center is callingthe alarm center. After the alarm panel receives the calling and dials the pre-preserved telephones to realize the remote connection. (The alarm panelshould pre-set the telephones for remote controlling programming (theeighth alarm telephone)). Connect automatically:The software of network alarm center iscalling the alarm center. Once the alarm panel receives the calling, it willanalysis the data telecommunication soon and realizes the remoteconnection. (This way is invalid when the alarm system is in theprogramming status).6.42 Remote controlling of keypad start-up In the status of non-programming, please input InstallersCombination * 2 # to exit the programming status. Thedefault state of installers combination is 012345. The alarm system willdial the pre-preserved telephones of remote controlling and realize theremote connection.6.5 Programming Table of the Alarm Panel -17-
  • Network Alarm System6.6 Programming Commands of the Alarm PanelCommand Position 00: Installer Combination Default Values Digit Position (1)(6): Installer CombinationCombination must have 6 digits. Valid entries are 0-9. -18-
  • Network Alarm SystemCommand Positioning 01-04: User Arming Type and CombinationDefinition: Command digit 01= #1 user Command digit 03= #3 user Command digit 02= #2 user Command digit 04= #4 user Default ValuesDigit Position (1)(2): Arming Type 00= Closing the user 01= Arm only, No Disarm, No Bypass 02= Arm and Bypass, No Disarm 03= Disarm, No Arm, No Bypass 04= Disarm and Bypass, No Arm 05= Arm and Disarm, No Bypass 06= Arm, Disarm and BypassDigit Position (3)(6): Users CombinationCombination must have 4 digits. Valid entries are 0-9.Note: Arm type of Remote controllers of part position 01-04 are controlledseparately by #1--#4 users.Command Position 05-07: the 1 st alarm phone stCommand position 05: the 1 alarm phone (Digit 1-6) Default Values Digit position (1)-(6): Valid entries are 0-9. *1=*; *2=#; *4= End-of-Number (EON) character; *5= 3 seconds Delay;Note: Program *4 after the last digit, please fill remaining unused positionswith 0.If you want to delete the numbers, please input *4 in the first digitand add 0 in last digit. stCommand Position 06: The 1 alarm phone (Digit 7-12) Default Values -19-
  • Network Alarm System st Command Position 07: The 1 alarm phone (Digit 13-18) Default ValuesDefault values: The default values of all the alarm telephones are empty. Programming conversions Hexadecimal value Key strockes ndCommand Positions 08-10: the 2 alarm phoneCommand Positions 11-13: the 3 rd alarm phone thCommand Positions 14-16: the 4 alarm phone thCommand Positions 17-19: the 5 alarm phone thCommand Positions 20-22: the 6 alarm phone thCommand Positions 23-25: the 7 alarm phone th Command Positions 26-28: the 8 alarm phone thNote: The 8 alarm telephone is for programming remotely. (Only supportedby Version 1.6)Command Position 29: Type of alarm telephone Default Values Digit position (1): Type of the1 st alarm phone 0= telephone and mobile phone; 1=ADEMCO CONTACT ID alarm center; Digit position (2): Type of the 2 nd alarm phone rd Digit position (3): Type of the 3 alarm phone th Digit position (4): Type of the 4 alarm phone th Digit position (5): Type of the 5 alarm phone Digit position (6): Type of the 6 th alarm phone Digit position (7): Type of the 7 th alarm phone Digit position (8): Type of the 8 th alarm phone -20-
  • Network Alarm SystemCommand Position 30: ADEMCO CONTACT ID account Default ValuesDigit position (1)(4): Contact ID accountAccount must have 4 digits. Valid entries are 0-F (except A). Programming conversions Hexadecimal value Key strockesCommand Position 31: Dialing times and ringing times Default ValuesDigit position (1)(2): Dialing times 00= off 01-15= dialing times is 1-15 timesDigit position (3)(4): ringing times 00-03= off 04-15= Ringing times is 04-15 timesCommand Position 32: Arm Delay and Alarm Entry Default ValuesDigit position (1)(2): Time of Arm Delay 00=off 01-99= Time of Delay Arm (01-99) is *3 seconds.Digit position (3)(4): Time of Alarm Delay 00= off 01-99= Entry Delay time (01-99) is *3 seconds -21-
  • Network Alarm SystemCommand Position 33: Outputting duration of extra siren, buzzer of keypadand programmable relay Default ValuesDigit position (1)(2): Outputting time of extra siren 00= off 01-99= outputting time of extra siren is 01-99 minutesDigit position (3)(4): Outputting time of buzzer keypad 00= off 01-99= outputting time of alarming buzzer is 01-99 minutesDigit position (5)(6): Outputting time of programmable relay 00= off 01-99= outputting time of programmable relay is 01-99 minutesCommand Position 34: The programmable relay outputs switches Default ValuesDigit position (1): Arm the relevant & programmable relay outputs 0=off 1= onDigit position (2): Disarm the relevant & programmable relay outputs 0=off 1= onDigit position (3): Emergency alarm of keypad/ remotecontroller the relevant & programmable relay outputs 0=off 1= onDigit position (4): Trouble AC corresponds to the output of programmable relay 0=off 1= onDigit position (5): Shortage of battery or voltageof main panel corresponds to the output of programmable relay 0=off 1= onDigit position (6): Telephone line is cut off,which corresponds to programmable relay output. 0=off 1= onDigit position (7): GSM module is in trouble,which corresponds to programmable relay output. 0=off 1= onDigit position (8): Key starts up, whichcorresponds to programmable relay output. 0=off 1= on -22-
  • Network Alarm SystemNote: GSM module should be chosen and to realize the relevant functions.Command Position 35: Loop Switches Default SettingDigit Position (1): Users Duress function 0=off 1= onDigit Position (2): The relevant buzzer clews when telephone line is in trouble. 0=off 1= onDigit Position (3): The relevant buzzer clews when GSM module is in trouble. 0=off 1= onDigit Position (4): Keypad-expanding zone 0=off 1= onDigit Position (5): Emergency alarm of remote controller 0=off 1= onDigit Position (6): Auto-change to GSM wireless network dial when the telephone line is in trouble. 0=Both PSTN dialer and GSM dialer work together 1= PSTN dialer work, GSM dialer doesnt work.. If PSTN dialer encounter trouble, GSM dialer will workNote: * The Duress combination is set to be added 1 with the last number of users combination; if the last number of users combination is “9”, its last number is “0” without consideration of carry-over. * GSM module should be chosen and to realize the relevant functions.Command Position 36: Loop Switches (B) Default ValuesDigit Position (1): Arm type0= Disable to enforce Arm. The zone can be Armed when it is in Normal or Bypass.1= Allow to enforce Arm. It will auto-bypass the abnormal zones when finishing Delay Arm.Digit Position (2): Enable 1 minute Delay after power-up 0=off 1= onDigit Position (3): Enable to Panic, Fire and Emergency alarm of keypad. 0=off 1= onDigit Position (4): Enable Wireless Siren 0=off 1= onDigit Position (5): Enable Sound Hint 0= Mono-stable (Controlled by time and restore in the end of time controlling) 1= LEV- stable (Not controlled by time and restore only when Disarm/ Reset) -23-
  • Network Alarm SystemNote : * It is used to ready the detector when the system is power on again with the function of enabling 1 minute Delay after power-up. You can shield the fault alarm during the ready step.Command Position 37: Event Report Switches (A) Default Values 6Digit Position (1): System Failure Report 0=off 1= onDigit Position (2): Restore Normal Report 0=off 1= onDigit Position (3): Arm/ Disarm Report 0=off 1= onDigit Position (4): Bypass Report 0=off 1= onDigit Position (5): Test Report 0=off 1= onDigit Position (6): Patrol Report 0= off 1= onNote: * System Failure composes of low battery, voltage lower, AC trouble and telephone line trouble. * Restore Normal composes of Restore Normal of battery & voltage, AC trouble restoration, telephone line restoration and exiting programming. * The information report of GSM module is controlled by Event Report of alarm panel. If one Event Report Switch of alarm panel is off, the alarm panel will not send this event to GSM module.The users accounts of Report Arm/ Disarm to alarm center:#1 user / 1st remote controller: 1; #2 user / 2nd remote controller: 2;#3 user / 3rd remote controller: 3; #4 user / 4th remote controller: 4;User of Timer Arm: 5,6; User of GSM remote Arm/ Disarm: 7;Account number of Arm/ Disarm remotely: 0;Command Position 38: Event Report Switches (B) Default ValuesDigit Position (1): Report of other information from detector 0=off 1= onDigit Position (2): Wired zone makes alarm and trigger when storing to report -24-
  • Network Alarm System 0=off 1= onNote: Other information report from detector composes of low battery, voltage lower, restore to normal battery, open detector and close detector.Command Position 39: Events reports to the alarm phone Default Values stDigit Position (1): all events report to the 1 alarm phone 0=off 1= on ndDigit Position (2): all events report to the 2 alarm phone rdDigit Position (3): all events report to the 3 alarm phone thDigit Position (4): all events report to the 4 alarm phone thDigit Position (5): all events report to the 5 alarm phone thDigit Position (6): all events report to the 6 alarm phone thDigit Position (7): all events report to the 7 alarm phone thDigit Position (8): all events report to the 8 alarm phoneCommand position 40: Extra Siren outputs the relevant events Default Values 6Digit Position (1): extra siren output when AC is in trouble. 0=off 1= onDigit Position (2): extra siren output when battery or voltage is low. 0=off 1= onDigit Position (3): extra siren output when the telephone line is in trouble; 0=off 1= onDigit Position (4): extra siren output when GSM module is in trouble; 0=off 1= onDigit Position (5): extra siren output when the alarm panel Arm/ Disarm. 0=off 1= onDigit Position (6): the siren correspond with the patrol output 0= when the patrol test finishes successfully, the siren doesnt output; 1= when the patrol test failures, the siren make a sound of clew.Note: * The siren will make a sound of clew when Arm is successful and make two sound of clew when Disarm is successful.Command position 41-46: Wired zones control and switchesDefinition:Command Position 41= the 1st wired zone Command Position42= the 2nd wired zoneCommand Position 43= the 3rd wired zone Command Position44= the 4th wired zoneCommand Position 45= the 5th wired zone Command Position 46= the 6th wired zone -25-
  • Network Alarm System Default ValuesDigit Position (1): Receiver telephone select0= The zone wont report alarm information;1= The zone report the alarm information to the 1 st alarm phone;2= The zone report the alarm information to the 2 nd alarm phone;3= The zone report the alarm information to the 3 rd alarm phone;4= The zone report the alarm information to the 4 th alarm phone;5= The zone report the alarm information to the 5 th alarm phone;6= The zone report the alarm information to the 6 th alarm phone;7= The zone report the alarm information to the 7 th alarm phone;8= The zone report the alarm information to the 8 th alarm phone;9= The zone report the alarm information to the 9 th alarm phone;Digit Position (2): Zone type0= bypass; 1= ARM/alarm delay;2= Perimeter; 3= Interior (Smart alarm);4= Day/ Night; 5= 24 hours silence alarm;6= 24 hours sound alarm; 7= Interior zone (Delay);8= Fire; 9= Gas*0= Medical; *1= Bell*2=Burglar; *3= Arm on shutting;*= Patrol test;Digit Position (3): Zone reaction time1= 100ms; 2= 200ms; 3= 300ms;4= 400ms; 5= 500ms; 6= 600ms;7= 700ms; 8= 800ms; 9= 900ms;Digit Position (4): Zone triggering type 0= NC alarm; 1= NO alarm; 2= End-of-line resistor;Digit Position (5): Enable to Bypass zone 0= Disable; 1= Enable;Digit Position (6): Keypads buzzer outputs 0= There is no keypads buzzer can output when the zone makes alarm; 1= There is a keypads buzzer can output when the zone makes alarm;Digit Position (7): Extra siren output 0= There is no extra siren can output when alarm happens; 1= There is a extra siren can output when alarm happens;Digit Position (8): Programmable relay outputs; 0= There is no programmable relay output when alarm happens; 1= There is a programmable relay output when alarm happens;Note: 24 hour zone can set to be Bypass.When the zone was set to be 24 hours silent alarm, the keypads buzzer, siren and programmable relay cant output. -26-
  • Network Alarm SystemCommand Position 47-52: Wireless zones control and switchesDefinition:Command Position 47= the 1 st wired zone Command Position 48= the 2 nd wired zone rdCommand Position 49= the 3 wired zone Command Position 50= the 4 th wired zoneCommand Position 51= the 5 th wired zone Command Position 52= the 6 th wired zone Default ValuesDigit Position (1): Alarm phone report 0= not alarm phone report; st 1= the alarm information report to the 1 alarm phone; nd 2= the alarm information report to the 2 alarm phone; rd 3= the alarm information report to the 3 alarm phone; th 4= T the alarm information report to the 4 alarm phone; th 5= the alarm information report to the 5 alarm phone; th 6= the alarm information report to the 6 alarm phone; th 7= the alarm information report to the 7 alarm phone; th 8= the alarm information report to the 8 alarm phone; th 9= the alarm information report to the 9 alarm phone;Digit Position (2): Zone type 0= bypass; 1= ARM/alarm delay; 2= Perimeter; 3= Interior (Smart alarm); 4= Day/ Night; 5= 24 hours silence alarm; 6= 24 hours sound alarm; 7= Interior zone (Delay); 8= Fire; 9= Gas *0= Medical; *1= Bell *2=Burglar;Digit Position (3): Enable to Bypass zone 0= Disable; 1= Enable;Digit Position (4): Keypads buzzer outputs0= There is no keypads buzzer can output when the zone makes alarm;1= There is a keypads buzzer can output when the zone makes alarm;Digit Position (5): Extra siren output0= There is no extra siren can output when alarm happens;1= There is a extra siren can output when alarm happens;Digit Position (8): Programmable relay outputs; 0= There is no programmable relay output when alarm happens; 1= There is a programmable relay output when alarm happens;Note: 24 hour zone can set to be Bypass. When the zone was set to be 24 hours silent alarm, the keypads buzzer, siren and programmable relay cant output.Command Position 53: The wired zone list of Home Arm -27-
  • Network Alarm System Default Values stDigit Position (1): the 1 wired zone of Home Arm 0= This wired zone isnt controlled by Home Arm. 1= This wired zone is controlled by Home Arm. ndDigit Position (2): the 2 wired zone of Home Arm rdDigit Position (3): the 3 wired zone of Home Arm thDigit Position (4): the 4 wired zone of Home Arm thDigit Position (5): the 5 wired zone of Home Arm thDigit Position (6): the 6 wired zone of Home ArmCommand Position 54: The wireless zone list of Home Arm Default Values stDigit Position (1): the 1 wireless zone of Home Arm 0= This wireless zone isnt controlled by Home Arm. 1= This wireless zone is controlled by Home Arm. ndDigit Position (2): the 2 wireless zone of Home Arm rdDigit Position (3): the 3 wireless zone of Home Arm thDigit Position (4): the 4 wireless zone of Home Arm thDigit Position (5): the 5 wireless zone of Home Arm thDigit Position (6): the 6 wireless zone of Home ArmCommand Position 55: Set extra wireless siren Default ValuesDigit Position (1)-(8): the Position code of wireless sirenThe code should be 8 digits and values is in 0-3.Note: The 8 Digits siren Code is marked on the back of the wireless siren. The extra wireless siren should be chosen to realize the above functions.Command Position 56: How to enroll Remote Controller Default ValuesDigit Values (1)-(2): the part Position code of remote controllerThe code should be 2 digits and processed in 01-04. -28-
  • Network Alarm SystemWhen you hear two sound of “Di…Di…” buzzer with pressing “#”, it means thesystem will enter the status of remote controller enrollment. If the zones indicator ofpart Position code is flashing quickly, it means this part Position code is blank. Youcan make enrollment with pressing any buttons of remote controller. The alarm panelmakes a sound of “Di…” if the enrollment is successful. Meanwhile, the zonesindicator will be bright and make clew that the successful learning of remotecontroller. Press “#” to exit the enrollment. If the indicator still lights, that means thiszone have been occupied, You should delete it and then make enrollment again.Note: In the progress of enrollment, if the buzzer makes five sound of “Di…Di…”, it means the Position code of the remote controller has been learned. 01-04 sub-Position codes of remote controllers are controlled by the Arm types of #1-#4 users set.How to delete the enrolled remote controller: 91-94 sub-Position codes are to delete the 1 st - 4 th remote controllers independently.Operation Steps: 56→91→#Note: When you press “#”, if you hear two sound of “Di...Di…” from buzzer, it means the successful deletion of enrollment; if you hear five sound ofCommand Position 57: How to Enroll Detectors Default ValuesDigit Position (1)-(2): The zone no. of wireless zonesThe zone no. should be 2 digits and processed in 07-12.Digit Position (3)-(4): The Position of sub wireless zonesThe Position should be 2 digits and processed in 01-03.When you hear two sound of “Di…Di…” buzzer with pressing “#”, it means thedetector will enter the status of enrollment. If the wireless zones indicator of partPosition is flashing quickly, it means this part Position is blank. You can makeenrollment with triggering the detector by sending the alarm signal (or pressing theenrolled key of detector). The alarm panel makes a sound of “Di…” if the enrollmentis successful. Meanwhile, the zones indicator will be lighting on from flashing andmake clew that the successful learning of remote controller. Press “#” to exit theenrollment. If the wireless zone indicator still lights, that means this zone have beenoccupied, You should delete it and then make enrollment again.Note: The zone no. of wireless zones are 07-12. In the progress of enrollment, if the buzzer makes five sound of “Di…Di…”, it means the Position of the detector has been learned. Each zone can learn 3 detectors of different Position codes.How to delete the enrolled detectors: st rd 91-93 sub Positiones are to delete the 1 - 3 detectors independently. st stOperation Steps: 57→07 91→# (07 is the 1 wireless zone; 91 is to delete the 1 st detector of 1 wireless zone.)Note: When you press “#”, if you hear two sound of “Di...Di…” from buzzer, it means the successful deletion of enrollment; if you hear five sound of “Di…Di…Di…Di…Di”, it means the enrollment deletion is fail. -29-
  • Network Alarm SystemCommand Position 58: How to Set the Patrol Default Value 8Digit Position (1)-(2): Sub-Position of the patrolThe Position should be 2 digits and processed in 01-06.When press “#”, you can hear two sound of “Di…Di...” from the buzzer. It means thepatrol is in the status of enrolling. If the indicator of relevant wireless zone isflashing, it means the enrollment is blank. You can press “Patrol” on the patrol or“Panic” on the remote controller to enroll. If the enrollment succeeds, the alarm panelwill make one sound of “Di”. Press “#” to exit the enrollment. If the indicator ofrelevant wireless zone is lighted on, it means this position having been occupied. Youshould delete the enrollment and enroll it again.Note: When you hear five sound of “Di…Di…Di…Di…Di during enrolling, it means the Position have been occupied. You have to delete it before enroll new code.How to delete the enrolled patrol: The sub-position of 91-96 mean to delete the patrols of 1 st -6 th separately.Operational procures: 58→91→#Note: When press “#”, you can hear two sound of “Di…Di…”. It means the deletion of enrollment is successful. If you hear five sound of “Di…Di…Di…Di…Di” it means the deletion of enrollment failures. The event code of patrol in Contact ID protocol is 619. the alarm type is Testing.The alarm information is Patrolling Test.Command Position 59: How to Set Date (Year, Month, day, week)Digit Position (1)-(2): YearThe year should be 2 digits and processed in 00-99.Digit Position (3)-(4): MonthThe month should be 2 digits and processed in 01-12.Digit Position (5)-(6): DayThe day should be 2 digits and processed in 01-31.Digit Position (7)-(8): Week01-06= From Monday to Saturday00= SundayNote: To realize the date, the real-time module is required. If panel didnt equipped the real-time module, you will hear a clew of fail operation when you set this step. -30-
  • Network Alarm SystemCommand Position 60: How to Set the Time (Hour, Minute, Second)Digit Position (1)-(2): HourThe hour should be 2 digits and processed in 00-23.Digit Position (3)-(4): MinuteThe minute should be 2 digits and processed in 00-59.Digit Position (5)-(6): SecondThe second should be 2 digits and processed in 00-59.Note: The real time of alarm panel adopts 24 hour NTSC.Command Position 61: How to Set Timer Arm/ Disarm (1) Default ValuesDigit Position (1)-(2): The hour rank of Timer Arm (1);Digit Position (3)-(4): The minute rank of Timer Arm (1);Digit Position (5)-(6): The hour rank of Timer Disarm (1);Digit Position (7)-(8): The minute rank of Timer Disarm (1);Note: If Timer Arm/ Disarm are not applicable, please set the Time of Arm same as the Time of Disarm or both are more than 24 hours.The Real Time module is required to perform this function.Command Position 62: How to Set week list for Timer Arm/ Disarm (1) Default ValuesDigit Position (1): Timer Arm/ Disarm for Monday (1) 0= doesnt perform the timer 1= Perform the timerDigit Position (2): Timer Arm/ Disarm for Tuesday (1)Digit Position (3): Timer Arm/ Disarm for Wednesday (1)Digit Position (4): Timer Arm/ Disarm Thursday (1)Digit Position (5): Timer Arm/ Disarm for Friday (1)Digit Position (6): Timer Arm/ Disarm for Saturday (1)Digit Position (7): Timer Arm/ Disarm for Sunday (1) -31-
  • Network Alarm SystemCommand Position 63: wired zone list for Timer Arm/ Disarm (1) Default Values stDigit Position (1): The 1 wired zone of Timer Arm/ Disarm (1) 0= wont be controlled by timer 1= controlled by timer;Digit Position (2): The 2 nd wired zone of Timer Arm/ Disarm (1)Digit Position (3): The 3 rd wired zone of Timer Arm/ Disarm (1)Digit Position (4): The 4 th wired zone of Timer Arm/ Disarm (1)Digit Position (5): The 5 th wired zone of Timer Arm/ Disarm (1)Digit Position (6): The 6 th wired zone of Timer Arm/ Disarm (1)Command Position 64: wireless zone list for Timer Arm/ Disarm (1) Default Values stDigit Position (1): The 1 wireless zone of Timer Arm/ Disarm (1) 0= wont be controlled by timer 1= controlled by timer.Digit Position (2): The 2 nd wireless zone of Timer Arm/ Disarm (1)Digit Position (3): The 3 rd wireless zone of Timer Arm/ Disarm (1)Digit Position (4): The 4 th wireless zone of Timer Arm/ Disarm (1)Digit Position (5): The 5 th wireless zone of Timer Arm/ Disarm (1)Digit Position (6): The 6 th wireless zone of Timer Arm/ Disarm (1)Command Position 65: Timer Arm/ Disarm (2)Command Position 66: Week list for Timer Arm/ Disarm (2)Command Position 67: Wired zone list for Timer Arm/ Disarm (2)Command Position 68: Wireless zone list forTimer Arm/ Disarm (2)Command Position 69: Test Report Timer -32-
  • Network Alarm System Default ValuesDigit Position (1)-(2): Set the test report timer 00= Turn off the test report to alarm center; 01-99= To set the interval time between two test reports in 01-99 hours;Note: The alarm panel will re-time after powering on or CPU resetting every time.Command Position 70: The relation of the wired cross zones Default Values stDigit Position (1)-(2): The 1 zone of wired cross zonesThe zone should be 2 digits and processed in 01-06. ndDigit Position (3)-(4): The 2 zone of wired cross zonesThe zone should be 2 digits and processed in 01-06.Digit Position (5)-(6): Cross time 00= Turn off the relation of wired cross zones 01-99= Cross time is *3 seconds (01-99);Digit Position (7): The triggering times of wired cross zones 0= It will not make alarm when triggering a single zone; It will take as alarm when a single wired zone is in the status of triggering. 1-9= When the triggering times of a single zone is more than 1-9 times, it will make alarm;The relation of cross zones: It composes of two different zones, cross time and triggering times.? When one of the zones is triggered, the cross time timer starts up. During the cross time, another zone is also triggered and then the alarm of two zones will be activated; If another zone is not triggered, it will not make alarm.? During cross time, it will be taken as alarm when the triggered times is more than pre-set times.? If the two zones inputted the same Position, the triggering times of this zone cant be more than twice as the set times or always be on the status of triggering. It will also be as alarm.Note: The cross zones will not make alarm and enter Delay time. The triggering times of zones will be counted.24 hour zone can be set as cross zone.The zone no. of wired zones should be processed to be 01- 06. -33-
  • Network Alarm SystemCommand Position 71: The Relation of Wireless Cross Zones Default Values stDigit Position (1)-(2): the 1 zone of wireless cross zonesThe zone should be 2 digits and processed 07-12 ndDigit Position (3)-(4): the 2 zone of wireless cross zonesThe zone should be 2 digits and processed 07-12.Digit Position (5)-(6): Cross time 00= Turn off the relation of wireless cross zones 01-99= Cross time is *3 seconds (01-99);Digit Position (7): The triggering times of wireless cross zones 00= It will not make alarm if you trigger a single zone. 01-9= It will make alarm if you trigger a single zone in the times of 1-9.Note: The zone no. of wireless zones should be processed to be 07-12.Command Position 72: Re-dialing after communication failure Default Values 2Digit Position (1)-(2): Interval time between notice of fail telecommunication and Re-dialing 00= No re-dialer after communication failure 01-99= Interval time is set 01-99 hoursDigit Position (3): Re-dialing loop 0= No re-dialing loop set 1-9= Re-dialing loop is set 1-9 timesCommand Position 99: Restore to Default Values Default Values6.7 Setup logs of the Alarm Panel -34-
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  • Network Alarm System7 Operational Manual Antenna7.1 Illustration of Operational Interface Indicator1) Remote Controller Arm* Arm : Arm* Disarm : Disarm Disarm* Home Arm Panic* Panic : Emergency alarm. Pressing this button long will Home Arm make alarm emergency. (including alarm on-site and dialing all alarm telephones) Picture 6 Remote Controller7.2 Operational Combination1) Installers combination It is used to set the alarm panel. It can perform all commands for alarm panel The default value is 012345.2) Users combination 4 users combinations can be set at most. (#1 combination and #2 combination were set in the default values) The Arm type can control the Arm/ Disarm and Bypass of user. Arm/ Disarm of 01-04 sub-address remote controllers were controlled by the Arm type of #1-#4user.3) Duress combination Add “1” to the last number of each users combination, it will be a Duress combination (When the last number is 9, please input “0” in the end and without carrying digit). When the user is seized by someone, the user can input the Duress combination to realize the deletion of alarm in surface, but, meanwhile the alarm panel sends the alarm information out by wired telephone network or GSM wireless network. -38-
  • Network Alarm System7.3 How to Arm/ Disarm1) Make Arm/ Disarm to the alarm panel by the remote controller; Please press the relevant keys as the pictures above.2) Make Arm/ Disarm to the alarm panel by the keypad; In the status of standby, you can input the users combination of 4 digits, and then press “#”. If the combination input is correct, the alarm panel will transfer from Disarm status to Arm status. Otherwise, the alarm panel will transfer from Arm status to Disarm status.3) Make Arm/ Disarm to the different zones of the alarm panel by setting Timer Arm/ Disarm.4) Make Arm/ Disarm to the alarm panel remotely by inputting the correct remote telephones and users combination.5) Make Arm/ Disarm to the alarm panel remotely by insertting the SMS in the alarm panel remotely. (Please refer to the <GSM module operation manual>) Note: When the alarm panel was made Arm, the alarm panel will make two sound of clew “Di...Di..” and “Arm” indicator will be On; When the alarm panel was made Disarm, the alarm panel will make two sound of clew “Di…Di..” and “Arm” indicator will be Off; If the alarm panel has set the Arm Delay Time, you will hear the clew of “sound for 1 second, halt for 1 second and more quick in last 10 seconds” when the alarm panel entries the status of Arm Delay Time. It clews you to leave the spot soon. When the Arm Delay Time is finished and clew sound halts, the alarm panel entries the status of “Arm”.7.4 How to Activate Alarm1) Burglar alarm When the zone type was set to be “Exit/ Entry the Delay Zone”, “Perimeter Zone”, “Interior Zone (Smart Alarm)”, “Day/ Eight Zone” and “Interior Zone (Delay)” Zone, these zones will be in the status of vigilance only when the alarm panel is in the status of Arm. Therefore, when you want to leave the house or working places, you should remember to Arm the alarm panel. The alarm panel will make alarm once there is someone entering.2) Emergency alarm When you meet the emergency status in the detective area, you can trigger the relevant “Emergency Button”, press the of the remote controller and press the ?? of the keypad, the alarm panel will receive the signal and it will make panic alarm. (It will open the alarm on-site or buzzer sound and dial all pre-set telephones and it will send the panic alarm information out.)3) Duress alarm When the user was forced to Disarm the system, the user can input the Duress combination on the main panel to Disarm the system. Therefore, the alarm panel will Disarm in surface, but, meanwhile the alarm panel will dial all the center telephones and send the alarm information out.7.5 How to Receive Alarm -39-
  • Network Alarm System2) Receive the alarm manually When the alarm telephones are entering, you can hear the alarm sound after answering the phones. Then the alarm sound will halt for 5 seconds. During this period, you can input the directives (please visit the attached list 1) on the keypad of the telephones or mobile phones; When you dont make any action after answering the phones (once you press any keys of the alarm panel, the alarm panel will confirm the successful alarm receiving.), the telephone will be ring off in the end of four times of alarm sound. And the alarm panel will dial the other groups of telephones pre-set. Note: If you input “2#” after receiving the phone to make Disarm, the alarm panel wont dial the other groups of telephones preset.7.6 Remote Setting When you are not on the alarm site, the alarm panel will make alarm by dialing the telephones or mobile phones pre-set. After the ringing times pre-set are finished, the alarm panel will ring off automatically; when you hear a short sound of clew “Du…”, you can input the users combination of 4 digits + # on the keypad of telephones or mobile phones. You can hear a short sound of “Du…” if the combination input is correct. Then you can make the following operation you want (as attached list 1); If there is no operation within 30 seconds, the alarm panel will ring off automatically. Attached List 1:8. Technologic Parameter1) Alarm Panel Size: 258*260*77 mm (L*W*H) (without considering the height of antenna) Weight: 2.8 kg Power: AC 220V±15%, Battery 12V/7Ah Assistant Output Current: 500mA System Output Current: ≤ 800mA (The total current of the systems outer equipments should be controlled in this standard.) Wireless Working Frequency: 433MHz Wireless Communication Distance: the distance between wireless PIR detector and alarm panel (≥ 500m in the open area); The distance between wireless remote controller and alarm panel (≥300m in the open area);The distance between wireless siren and alarm panel (≥300m in the open area). -40-
  • Network Alarm System2) Wireless Remote Controller Working Voltage: 12V 27A (stock battery) Standby Current: ≤5uA Transmitting Power: ≤10mW Transmitting Frequency: 433MHz9. Notes* The user mustnt set “110”, “119” or the local Police telephone as the alarm telephones without the allowance of Police Bureau.* The alarm panel and other spares are unable to be swamped.* The alarm system belongs to non-explosion-proof. It can not be used in t he dangerous places of , , . (That is a place of flammable & combustible gas, dust and fiber with a definite density.)* Please dont dismount the alarm panel in random, lest the unexpected events or pat damage happened.* If there are any troubles of the alarm system happened during using period, please contact with the Customer Service of our company.* Regular maintenance and inspection by the installer and frequent testing by the user are vital to the continuous and satisfying operation of any alarm systems.* It is suggested to change the battery (at least one year). The non-recharged battery and non-sealed battery are forbidden to use.10. Solutions of Simple Trouble -41-
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  • Network Alarm System The limitation of this systemWhile this system is an advanced design security system, it does not offer guaranteedprotection against burglar or fire or other emergency. Any alarm systems, whethercommercial or residential, is subject to compromise or failure to warn for variety ofreasons. For example:1 Owing to the omission of the user, the system wasnt Armed.2 Misunderstanding on the users manual by the user or installer causes the abnormal working of the system.3 Intruders may gain access through unprotected openings or have the technical sophistication to bypass an alarm sensor or disconnect an alarm warning device. Passive Infrared Motion Detectors can only detect intrusion within the designed ranges as diagrammed in their installation manual. They do not provide volumetric area protection. They can not detect motion or intrusion that takes place behind walls, ceiling, floors, closed doors, glass partitions, glass doors, or windows.4 Passive Infrared Detector sense changes in temperature; however, as the ambient temperature of protected area approaches the temperature range of 30 to 40 , the detection performance will decrease.5 It is exiting no-power or battery-aging.6 Alarm warning devices such as sirens, bells or horns may not alert people or wake up sleeper if they are located on the other side of closed or partly open doors.7 Telephone lines needed to transmit alarm signals from a premise to a central monitoring station may be out of service or temporarily out of service. Telephone lines are also subject to compromise by sophisticated intruders.8 The most common cause of an alarm system not functioning when an intrusion or fire occurs is inadequate maintenance. This alarm system should be tested weekly to make sure all sensors and transmitters are working properly.9 The wireless communication distance is the testing figure in open area. Please make sure no obstacle in the surrounding environment to guarantee the reliability of the wireless communication distance farther.10 If you disagree with the above mentioned items, please return the alarm system to our company within 3 days from purchasing. Installing an alarm system may make one eligible for lower insurance rates, but an alarm system is not a substitute for insurance. Homeowners, property owners and renters should continue to act prudently themselves and continue to insure their lives and property. -43-
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