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johnny 9:34pm on Sunday, November 7th, 2010 
very good alarm system,premier832. however technician forgot the master code to enter programing...can somebody help 204246@gmail.com
system defaulted .i need master code to have system reprogrammed.
seeps001 9:46pm on Tuesday, October 5th, 2010 
The ACER 6920 is full of power from a 2GHz intel centrino 2 processor to 3GB of memory and a 512 dedicated ATI radeon graphics card. Have just returned it to acer warranty for repair of which they say would not be covered under warranty.
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This laptop is simply the best. You have to see it and use to know what i am talking (Writing) about. Great price for what you are getting. Acer and Microsoft deserve credit for being great salespeople... for Apple.
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Nice cover and colour. Excellent for watching movies. Good graphics and sound. Keyboard too soft to the touch. Tend to sink inward when typing.
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Acer and Microsoft deserve credit for being great salespeople... for Apple. After buying and returning an HP and this Acer in frustration. One of the most sophisticated, user orientated, good looking, powefull pc laptops in the market place at the moment.
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For the same computer by others Dell, Sony, and HP would cost you 1300 or 2000 so if quality and cost is a concern choose this unit. i bought it at a special price lower then the listed price so i am extremely happy.
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This is my third Acer laptop and I have never been disappointed. Every few years. It has great reliability.I cant even explain how great it is. "Powerful","Long Battery Life","Comfortable Keyboard","Great Software","Quiet".
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I have bought 4 laptops in the past year and this is by far the best of the bunch. Ive owned this computer for 1 day now and i bought it for school knowing w/o a dedicated video card it wouldnt game very well.
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Programming Reporting Codes..59
Zone Alarm/Restore Codes ((..60 Zone Bypass/Unbypass Codes ()..60 Non Zone Alarm/Restore Codes (*..60 Contact ID and SIA Codes..60

Programming Users..61

Program User User Options 1 User Options 2 User Options 3 User Text (LCD Only) Program Standard Users Default ALL Users Walk Test Test Speakers & Outputs Send Test Call Enable Remote/Engineer Access Start Call Back Program Time Program Date Program Banner Text (LCD only) Print 100 Events Log Off Engineer )"..63 )!..63 )#..63 )$..64 )%..64 )&..64 )'..64 *"..66 *!..66 *#..66 *$..66 *%..66 *&..66 *'..66 *(..66 *)..66 **..66
System Tests & Utilities..65
Operating the Alarm System. 67
Introduction...67 Arming & Disarming the Alarm System..67
Checking if the System is Ready to Arm.67 Away Arming...67 Stay Arming...67 Cancelling the Arming Process..68 Disarming During Entry..68 Disarming when not in Entry..68 Disarming after an Alarm..68 Auto Stay Arming..68 Changing between Delayed and Instant Stay..68
Arming and Disarming Partitions..69
Away Arming Partitions...69 Stay Arming Partitions...69 Disarming Partitions..69 Changing to another Partition..70

Bypassing Zones..70

Manually Bypassing Zones...70 Unbypassing Zones...70 Group Bypass....70 Quick Bypass and Arm...71
Reset Alarms...71 Last Alarm Log...71 Service Faults...72 Anti-code Reset..73 Toggle Chime On and Off...73 Change User Code..73 View Log (LCD Only)..73 Abort Communications..73

Specifications.. 74

Control Panel...74 Remote Keypads..74 Remote Zone Expander..75 Local Zone Expander...75 Safety Notes..75 European Standards..75 Warranty...76
Quick Reference Guide.. 77

Notes...82

System Overview

1. System Overview

System Architecture
6 Remote Keypads (max) 1 Output (100mA) 2 EOL Zones 2 EOL Zones (RKP16 Plus)

2 EOL Zones

1 Output (100mA)

Alarm Service

Armed Ready

Bypass

Instant
Premier 832 12:55.22 21/11

Bypass Service

Power Armed Ready

Service

Ready Fire Stay

BY PASS

ARM STAY
6 Programmable 100mA Outputs 2 Programmable 1A Outputs

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2 abc 5 jkl 8 tuv 0

3 def 6 mno 9 wxyz

Bypass Chime Stay Area

Speaker Driver

DISARM

Premier 412/816/832

Data Bus

Siren Driver

Premier 8XE Local Zone Expander OR Premier Bell Module
Premier RKP4/8/16 Remote Keypad
Premier RKP8/16 Plus Remote Keypad
Premier LCD/LCDP Remote Keypad 8 EOL Zone Inputs
Premier LCDL/LCDLP Remote Keypad

Control Panel PCB Layout

Box Tamper

Tamper Disable

Load Defaults

T R T1 R1

Kick Start

Network Siren

F4 Fault F3 Fault

F2 Fault

F1 Eng Keypad

Panel Outputs

2-Wire Smoke Det. Aux Enable Input Siren Strb

A.C. +Batt-

Siren/Spk
1: Earth Ground Connection Earth ground. Connect to earth or an earth rod.

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Failure to fit an earth cable may prevent proper operation of the system and will invalidate the Texecom warranty and product approvals.
6: Auxiliary 12V Power These terminals provide auxiliary power for devices that require 12V power. The auxiliary output is protected by fuse F2 (1 Amp). 7: Zone Inputs 1 to 8 These terminals provide the connections to the zone inputs. The Premier 816 and Premier 832 have 8 zone inputs, whereas the Premier 412 has only 4 zone inputs. There are several ways to wire a zone (see page 12). Each zone is fully programmable, see page 23 for information on programming zones. 8: Two-Wire Smoke Detector Enable Set this link as shown when connecting 2-wire smoke detectors to Panel Output 1. Output 1 is enabled for 2-wire smoke detectors Output 1 is normal 9: Aux Input This is a programmable input, it can be used for monitoring auxiliary tamper devices etc, see page 35 for programming details. 10: Panel Outputs 1 to 8 These are programmable outputs. Panel outputs 1 and 2 are high current (1 Amp) supervised outputs. If panel outputs 1 or 2 are not used, either fit a 1K resistor between the unused output and Auxiliary 12V + or disable the output supervision, see page 35. Panel outputs 3 to 8 are low current (100mA) outputs.
2: AC Input Connect to a 16.5V transformer. Do NOT connect the mains supply to the AC input terminals.
3: Battery Connections A 12V rechargeable battery must be connected to these two terminals in order to provide continuous system operation in the event of mains failure. The battery output is protected by fuse F1 (1.6 Amp). 4: Data Bus Connections The data bus terminals provide connections to the remote keypads and Premier 8X Remote Zone Expander. The + and terminals provide power whilst the T and R terminals are transmit and receive data. 5: Siren/Spk output These terminals are used for driving speakers, sirens or bells. The output can be programmed for speaker driver or for Siren/bell driver (see page 34). This output is supervised, if no warning devices are fitted, either fit a 1K resistor between these two terminals or disable the siren supervision, see page 35.

Expander Does Not Operate at All Check that the expander is wired correctly from the control panel. Check that the network fault indicator is off. If the indicator is on, the electronic fuse has activated indicating a short circuit across the [+] and [] of the network terminals.

Communicator

The Communicator Will Not Dial By default the communicator is disabled, check that the communicator is enabled, see page 50. Check that the telephone line has been correctly wired to the control panel. Check that the primary telephone programmed correctly, see page 51. number is
System Does Not Recognise Zones 9 to 16 If the expander is on a cable run that is longer than 100m, check the voltage between the [+] and [] terminals at the remote and ensure that it measures no less than 10.0V. The Speaker Output Does Not Work The expander can be configured so that the alarm, entry, exit, chime tones etc. can be enabled or disabled. Check that the expander has been programmed correctly, see page 42 for details. The speaker volume on the expander is electronically adjustable. Check the volume is set to the desired level, see page 42 for details.
Check that the primary account number is programmed correctly, see page 51. Check that the primary protocol is programmed correctly, see page 51. Check that the primary dial attempts is not programmed as zero, see page 51. Check that the primary reporting partitions have been programmed correctly, see page 52. Check that the primary reporting options have been programmed correctly, see page 52.
One or More Zones Show an Alarm Each zone on the system can be configured for different wiring options. Check that the zones are programmed for the correct wiring configuration, see page 25 for further details. Check that the zone is wired correctly, see page 13 for further details.
Communicator Dials But Does Not Communicate Check that the primary telephone number programmed correctly, see page 51.
Check that the primary account number is programmed correctly, see page 51. Check that the primary protocol is programmed correctly, see page 51. If you are using either Pulse or Express formats check that the protocol is configured correctly, see page 52.

Partitions allow the system to be divided into areas of protection so that different partitions can be armed and disarmed independently from each other. By default all zones are assigned to Partition 1, but if required a zone can be assigned to Partitions 1 - 4. If a zone is assigned to more than one partition it will only be armed when all partitions they are assigned to are armed. INS159

Programming Partitions

Exit Delay
Exit Delay Partition No. ?
Enter Partition No. ? 0 to select ALL
Exit Delay Enter Value: 005
Note If the system only has 1 partition, the option to enter the Partition No will NOT be displayed.

Entry Delay 1

Enter Exit Time ??? LCD: Use U to scroll value then press y
Entry Delay 1 Partition No. ?
Entry Delay 1 Enter Value: 030

Entry Delay 2

Enter Entry Time ??? LCD: Use U to scroll value then press y
Entry Delay 2 Partition No. ?
Enrty Delay 2 Enter Value: 045

Communication Delay

Coms Delay Partition No. ?
Coms Delay Enter Value: 000

Bell Delay

Enter Coms Delay ??? LCD: Use U to scroll value then press y
Bell Delay Partition No. ?
Bell Delay Enter Value: 001
Enter Bell Delay ??? LCD: Use U to scroll value then press y

Bell Duration

Bell Duration Partition No. ?
Bell Duration Enter Value: 015

Partition Options

Enter Bell Time ??? LCD: Use U to scroll value then press y

Options Partition No. ?

Options > **34**** <
Use keys 1 - 8 to select/deselect Options. Then press y or a
Partition Options 1 Enable Auto Bypass Mode 2 Stay Armed Exit is Silent 3 Enable Remote Arming 4 Enable Remote Disarming 5 Enable Local Exit Tones 6 Stay Armed Entry is Instant 7 Stay Armed Exit is Delayed 8 Only Start Exit when Partition is Ready

Auto Arm/Disarm Options

Auto Arm/Disarm Partition No. ?
Auto Arm/Disarm > 1***5*** <

Equipment Areas

Aquipment Areas Aux. Input Areas
Auto Arm/Disarm Options 1 Auto Arm Partition with Control Timer Auto Arm Partition with Control Timer Auto Arm Partition with Control Timer Auto Arm Partition with Control Timer Auto Disarm Partition with Control Timer Auto Disarm Partition with Control Timer Auto Disarm Partition with Control Timer Auto Disarm Partition with Control Timer 4
Enter Equipment Option No. ?
Aux. Input Areas > 1***. <
Equipment Options 0 Aux. Input Areas 1 Panel Bell Areas 2 Bell Squawk Areas

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The function of each option is described as follows: !/ Away Arm Exit Error Doesnt Sound Bell On: The bells will not sound if an exit error occurs when the system is away armed. Off: The system will sound the bell if an exit error occurs when the system is away armed.
Premier 412/816/832 Installation Manual #/ Zone Test - Silence on No Violation On: The Zone Test sounder is silent when all zones are secure and will pulse sound when one or more zones are violated. Off: The Zone Test sounder is on continuously when all zones are secure and will pulse sound when one or more zones are violated. $/ Alarm Status Light Indicates Fire On: The alarm status light will only indicate Fire alarms. Fire alarms activated from zones will illuminate the relevant zone light and the alarm light. Fire alarms activated from a 2-wire smoke detector will only illuminate the alarm light. All other zone alarms will illuminate the relevant zone light only. Off: The alarm status light indicates both alarms and fire alarms. %/ Enable Entry/Exit Tones for Panel Speaker On: The panel speaker will produce entry/exit tones. Off: The panel speaker will only produce alarm and trouble tones. &/ Enable Cross Partitioning On: The user may temporarily switch to another partition by pressing the - key, and the relevant partition number. Once the remote keypad has been selected for another partition, the indicator lights will only display information relevant for the selected partition. The remote keypad will revert back to its normal partition 15 seconds after the last key press or 1 minute after the last entry of a User code. Off: All remote keypads are locked to their programmed partition number and the user cannot switch to another partition. '/ Enable EN 50131-1 Requirements On: The Engineer code will only be accepted if the user has authorised Remote/Engineer Access (see page 66). If an alarm occurs during entry (timed-out entry alarm) the system will generate an internal alarm for 30 seconds before activating the bell and communicator. Off: The Engineer code is accepted at all times and the timed-out entry alarm respond as normal. (/ Reinstate Bypassed Zones on Disarm On: Any zones that have been manually bypassed are automatically reinstated when the partition is disarmed. Off: Any zones that have been manually bypassed will remain bypassed when the partition is disarmed. )/ Invert Panel Siren Output On: When the panel siren output is configured for voltage drive (see System Options 1.8 on page 34) the output is inverted, i.e. Bells off = voltage applied, Bells on = voltage removed. Off: The siren output is normal.
The hardware options allow you to control which hardware monitoring features are enabled or disabled. The function of each option is described as follows: !/ Panel Output 1 Supervised for Faults On: Panel Output 1 is supervised and if the device or wiring is disconnected, the system will generate an Output 1 Fault alarm. Off: Panel Output 1 is not supervised. #/ Panel Output 2 Supervised for Faults On: Panel Output 2 is supervised and if the device or wiring is disconnected, the system will generate an Output 2 Fault alarm. Off: Panel Output 2 is not supervised. $/ Siren/Bell Output Supervised for Faults On: The Siren/Bell Output is supervised and if the device or wiring is disconnected, the system will generate a Siren/bell Fault alarm. Off: The Siren/Bell Output is not supervised. %/ Panel Box Tamper Switch Monitored On: The system will monitor the main panel box tamper switch. Off: The main panel box tamper switch is not monitored. &/ Auxiliary Fuse Supervised for Faults On: The Auxiliary 12V Power fuse is supervised, and if the fuse is blown, the system will generate an Aux Fuse Fault alarm. Off: The Auxiliary 12V Power fuse is not supervised. '/ Battery Supervised for Faults On: The Battery is supervised, and if the battery is disconnected or faulted, the system will generate a Battery Fault alarm. Off: The Battery is not supervised. (/ AC Mains Supply is Monitored On: The AC mains supply voltage is monitored, and if the supply is removed, the system will generate a AC Fail alarm. Off: The AC mains supply voltage is not monitored. )/ Telephone Line is Monitored On: The telephone line to the control panel is monitored, and if the telephone line is disconnected, the system will generate a Line Fault alarm. Off: The telephone line is not monitored.

Auxiliary Input Options

The Auxiliary Input on the main panel PCB can be used for a wide range of functions, the operation of the input can also be inverted to allow various wiring options (see page 37). The following Auxiliary Input functions are available: " Not Used The Auxiliary Input is not monitored. ! Auxiliary Tamper When activated the panel will generate a tamper alarm for the assigned partitions (see page 30).
Programming the Control Panel # Remote Reset When activated the system will reset any alarms/faults for the assigned partitions (see page 30). $ Telephone Line Monitor When activated the system will generate a Telephone Line fault for all partitions. % Panic Alarm Input When activated the system will generate an Audible Panic alarm for the assigned partitions (see page 30). & PA Silent Input When activated the system will generate a Silent Panic alarm for the assigned partitions (see page 30). ' Latched Keyswitch Input When the input is active the system will arm the assigned partitions (see page 30). When the input is inactive the system will disarm the assigned partitions. ( Momentary Keyswitch Input When the input is activated the system will arm the assigned partitions (see page 30). When the input is activated again the system will disarm the assigned partitions.
Premier 412/816/832 Installation Manual $/ Disable AC Fail Acknowledgement On: When the mains supply power fails the Service light will flash rapidly indicating an AC failure. The system can now be armed without the need for acknowledging the AC Fail fault. Off: When the mains supply power fails the Service light will flash normally indicating the AC Fail Fault. The fault must be acknowledged before the system can be armed. %/ Disable Open/Close Reporting on STAY Arm On: Open and Close events are not reported to the Alarm Receiving Centre when Stay arming the system/partition. Off: Open and Close events are reported when Stay arming the system/partition. &/ Cross/Double Knock Timer is in Minutes On: System timer 02 Cross Zone Time Window is counted in minutes. Off: System timer 02 Cross Zone Time Window is counted in seconds. '/ Disable Zone Bypass when Armed On: The user cannot bypass zones in an armed partition. Only zones that are unarmed can be selected for bypass. Off: The user can bypass zones in an armed partition. (/ Activated Zones Cause Alarm during Exit On: If a non delay or follower zone is activated during exit mode the panel will generate a full alarm condition. Off: If a non delay or follower zone is activated during exit mode the panel will generate a fault condition. )/ Control Timer 4 Performs Battery Test On: Control Timer 4 is used to perform the dynamic battery test, i.e. when the timer switches on the panel will allow the stand-by battery to power the system for 1 minute. Off: Control Timer 4 behaves as normal.
Both the Latched and Momentary Keyswitch input types are ideally suited for use with remote RF fobs as they have a special auto re-arm feature. When either input type is used to disarm one or more partitions, the control panel will monitor all zones activity for 2 minutes. If after two minutes no zones were activated within the partition that was disarmed, the panel automatically re-arms the partition. This means even if the user activates the fob unintentionally and disarms the system without realising it; the panel will automatically arm its self after 2 minutes.

Premier 412/816/832 Installation Manual %/ Zone Shift by 8 On: The remote keypad zone status lights indicate from Zone 9 onwards i.e., Zone 1 on the remote keypad follows the status of Zone 9 and Zone 2 on the remote keypad follows the status of Zone 10 etc. Off: The remote keypad zone status lights indicate as normal. &/ Zone Shift by 16 On: The remote keypad zone status lights indicate from Zone 17 onwards i.e., Zone 1 on the remote keypad follows the status of Zone 17 and Zone 2 on the remote keypad follows the status of Zone 18 etc. Off: The remote keypad zone status lights indicate as normal.
The operation of Keypad Options 4 is described as follows: !/ Enable Keypad Zones On: The zones onboard the selected remote keypad are enabled and allocated as follows: Keypad
Options 3, 4 and 5 allow the Premier RKP4 remote keypad to be used on a multi-partition system with more than 4 zones and the Premier RKP8 remote keypad to be used on a multi-partition system with more than 8 zones. The example below shows how a 16 zone system split into 2 partitions could use two Premier RKP 8 remote keypads:
Zone 4 Zone 3 Zone 2 Zone 1

Premier 412

Zones 05 & 06 Zones 07 & 08 Zones 09 & 10 Zones 11 & 12 N/A N/A

Premier 816/832

Zones 09 & 10 Zones 11 & 12 Zones 13 & 14 Zones 15 & 16 N/A N/A
Zone 5 Zone 6 Zone 7 Zone 8
Remote Keypad 1 (Partition 1) Keypad Options 4: 3 Zone Shift by 4 (Disabled) 4 Zone Shift by 8 (Disabled) 5 Zone Shift by 16 (Disabled)
Off: The zones onboard the selected remote keypad are disabled:
Zone 12 Zone 11 Zone 10 Zone 9
Zone 13 Zone 14 Zone 15 Zone 16
Remote Keypad 2 (Partition 2) Keypad Options 4: 3 Zone Shift by 4 (Disabled) 4 Zone Shift by 8 (Enabled) 5 Zone Shift by 16 (Enabled)
This option is only relevant if the keypad type is a Premier RKP8/16 Plus or Premier LCD. If the system is fitted with either a local or remote expander, the relevant zones on the expander will be disabled if the zones on the remote keypad are enabled.
#/ Disable Keypad Lid Tamper On: The remote keypad lid tamper is not monitored. Off: The remote keypad lid tamper is monitored. $/ Zone Shift by 4 On: The remote keypad zone status lights indicate from Zone 5 onwards i.e., Zone 1 on the remote keypad follows the status of Zone 5 and Zone 2 on the remote keypad follows the status of Zone 6 etc. Off: The remote keypad zone status lights indicate as normal.
Programming Remote Expanders

Expander Partitions

Expander Areas Enter Exp No. ?

Premier 412/816/832 Installation Manual "% 24Hr - Water Alarm This output type activates when a 24hr Water alarm is generated in the selected Partition. If another 24hr Water alarm is generated the output will reset for 3 seconds then reactivate. "& 24Hr - Gas Alarm This output type activates when a 24hr Gas alarm is generated in the selected Partition. If another 24hr Gas alarm is generated the output will reset for 3 seconds then reactivate. "' 24Hr - Low Temp Alarm This output type activates when a 24hr Low Temperature alarm is generated in the selected Partition. If another 24hr Low Temperature alarm is generated the output will reset for 3 seconds then reactivate. "( 24Hr - High Temp Alarm This output type activates when a 24hr High Temperature alarm is generated in the selected Partition. If another 24hr High Temperature alarm is generated the output will reset for 3 seconds then reactivate. ") Tamper This output type activates when a Tamper alarm is generated in the selected Partition. If another Tamper alarm is generated the output will reset for 3 seconds then reactivate. "* Trouble This output type activates when a Trouble alarm is generated in the selected Partition. If another Trouble alarm is generated the output will reset for 3 seconds then reactivate. !" Fire This output type activates when a Fire alarm is generated in the selected Partition. If another Fire alarm is generated the output will reset for 3 seconds then reactivate. !! Trouble/Tamper This output type activates when a Trouble or Tamper alarm is generated in the selected Partition. !# Bell This output type activates when an alarm is generated in the selected Partition. !$ Strobe This output type activates when an alarm is generated in the selected Partition. !% Entry This output type activates when the selected Partition is in entry mode. !& Exit This output type activates when the selected Partition is in exit mode. !' Armed This output type activates when the selected Partition is stay or away armed.

Programming the Control Panel $$ Away Armed/Exit This output type activates when the partition is in exit mode (Away arming) and when the partition is Away Armed. $% Detector Latch This output type is used to latch an alarm condition on detectors that have a latch input. $& Armed/Alarm This output type is used to indicate both the armed and alarm status of a partition, it operates as follows: on = armed; off = disarmed; pulsing = alarm. $' Arm Failed This output type activates when the selected partition fails to arm.
Group/$ Zone Output Types
This group contains the zone output types as listed below: "! - $# Zone 01 - 32 Mimic This output type activates when Zone XX is violated and deactivates when the zone is secure. $$ - '% Zone 01 - 32 Alarm This output type activates when Zone XX causes an alarm and deactivates when the alarm is reset.

Output Attributes

Each output can have the following attributes assigned to alter the function of the selected output: !/ Enable for Partition 1 On: The selected output is assigned to Partition 1. Off: The selected output is not assigned to Partition 1. #/ Enable for Partition 2 On: The selected output is assigned to Partition 2. Off: The selected output is not assigned to Partition 2. $/ Enable for Partition 3 (Premier 816/832 Only) On: The selected output is assigned to Partition 3. Off: The selected output is not assigned to Partition 3. %/ Enable for Partition 4 (Premier 816/832 Only) On: The selected output is assigned to Partition 4. Off: The selected output is not assigned to Partition 4. &/ Enable for User Test On: The selected output is activated during a user test. Off: The selected output is not activated during a user test. '/ Inverted On: The selected output is inverted. Off: The selected output is normal. (/ Latching On: The selected output will latch on until the system is reset. Off: The selected output will not latch. )/ Pulsed On: The selected output will pulse for the duration of the Output Short Pulse Timer (see page 33). Off: The selected output will be normal.
Programming the Communicator
Only Engineer codes that have the Allow NVM Locking/Communicator Programming option are allowed to access menus 70 - 79. Led Key Off On Slow Flash Fast Flash

Communicator Options

Digi Options > *2*****8 <
Communicator Options 1 Enable On-Board Communicator 2 Enable DTMF Dialling 3 Switch to Pulse Dialling after 3rd Attempt 4 Enable European Pulse Dialling 5 Enable Auto Test Transmission 6 Enable Cancel Call Waiting 7 Enable Backup to Alarm Receiving Centre 8 Enable Blind Dialling

Zone Alarm/Restore Event Numbers
No Event Type Zone 01 Alarm Zone 01 Restore Zone 02 Alarm Zone 02 Restore Zone 03 Alarm Zone 03 Restore Zone 04 Alarm Zone 04 Restore Zone 05 Alarm Zone 05 Restore Zone 06 Alarm Zone 06 Restore Zone 07 Alarm Zone 07 Restore Zone 08 Alarm Zone 08 Restore No Event Type Zone 09 Alarm Zone 09 Restore Zone 10 Alarm Zone 10 Restore Zone 11 Alarm Zone 11 Restore Zone 12 Alarm Zone 12 Restore Zone 13 Alarm Zone 13 Restore Zone 14 Alarm Zone 14 Restore Zone 15 Alarm Zone 15 Restore Zone 16 Alarm Zone 16 Restore
Zone Bypass/Unbypass Event Numbers
No Event Type Zone 01 Bypass Zone 01 Unbypass Zone 02 Bypass Zone 02 Unbypass Zone 03 Bypass Zone 03 Unbypass Zone 04 Bypass Zone 04 Unbypass Zone 05 Bypass Zone 05 Unbypass Zone 06 Bypass Zone 06 Unbypass Zone 07 Bypass Zone 07 Unbypass Zone 08 Bypass Zone 08 Unbypass No Event Type Zone 09 Bypass Zone 09 Unbypass Zone 10 Bypass Zone 10 Unbypass Zone 11 Bypass Zone 11 Unbypass Zone 12 Bypass Zone 12 Unbypass Zone 13 Bypass Zone 13 Unbypass Zone 14 Bypass Zone 14 Unbypass Zone 15 Bypass Zone 15 Unbypass Zone 16 Bypass Zone 16 Unbypass
Event Type Code Tamper Alarm Manual Test Transmission Automatic Test Transmission User Zone Test Start/End Auxiliary Power Fail/Restore Bell Output Fault/Restore Installer Programming Start
This menu option allows you to change the alarm/restore reporting event codes for each zone. These codes are used with Pulse Format, Express Format, Pager and Mobile Phone communication protocols. The defaults reporting codes are listed in the accompanying Installation Records & Defaults booklet.

Alarm Event No 96 98

Restore Event No 97 99
To disable the zone from reporting an event, program the first and second digit as 00.
This menu option allows you to change the bypass/unbypass reporting event codes for each zone. These codes are used with Pulse Format, Express Format, Pager and Mobile Phone communication protocols. The defaults reporting codes are listed in the accompanying Installation Records & Defaults booklet.
Installer Programming End Exit Error Verified Cross Zone Alarm Soak Test Fire Zone Trouble System Power Up
Swinger Shutdown User Code Exit Started Entry Started Bell Active Alarm Active Keypad Tamper Keypad Medical Keypad Fire/2-Wire Smoke

Away Arming Partitions

This option allows you to Away arm one or more partitions. " To Away arm selected partitions, proceed as follows:
MENU for Options NO to Disarm? NO to Disarm? Area > **. <
The Ready light will flash quickly. Press 1 - 4 to select/deselect partitions, e.g. Press 2 to select Partition 2.
NO to Disarm? Area > *2. <
Partition 2 is now selected for disarm.
YES to Arm? Area > *2. <
Partition 2 is now selected.
The selected partitions are disarmed.
Leave the area being armed, when the partition has armed the exit tone will stop. The selected partition(s) is now Away armed.
If the Quick Arm feature is enabled (see page 39) you can omit step 1 from the above procedure. 69
Premier 412/816/832 Installation Manual " To manually bypass zones, proceed as follows:
Changing to another Partition
Normally the remote keypad that you use will be assigned to a particular partition and therefore the zone and status lights will indicate information relevant to the assigned partition. However, you can temporarily switch the remote keypad to a different partition so that the zone and status lights indicate the information relevant to the partition that you have selected. Whilst in this mode you can also use your Access code to arm/disarm the partition you have selected (providing you have access to the selected partition). In order to use the cross partitioning feature, it is recommended that the system is configured as follows: Cross partitioning must be enabled (see page 35). The user must be assigned to multiple partitions. The user should be set for Local Partition Access Only, see page 64. The remote keypads should only be assigned to a single partition.
YES to Arm? MENU for Options Bypass Zone> 00 *NONE BYPASSED*
The Ready light will flash quickly. Enter the zone number ??, e.g. Enter 02 to select Zone 2.
Bypass Zone> 02 Zone 02 Bypassed
The selected zone is now bypassed. Repeat step 3 to bypass additional zones. Once the selected zones have been bypassed press: y/a to Away arm s to Stay arm N to return to the normal disarmed state
" To change to another partition, proceed as follows:
If the Quick Bypass feature is enabled (see page 39) you can omit step 1 from the above procedure. When one or more zones are bypassed the Ready light will flash and if the system is fitted with a Premier RKP8/16 Plus or LCD remote keypad then the Bypass light will also illuminate.

Fault Condition

If your installer has disabled AC fail acknowledgement the Service light will flash rapidly during an AC fail condition. The system can be armed without requiring acknowledgement of this fault.
Acknowledging a New Service Fault
" New service faults can be acknowledged as follows:
YES to Arm? MENU for Options System Faults:Press Menu/Reset Line Fault Press Menu/Reset
Service Faults Displayed on LCD Keypads LCD
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Press N2

The keypad will display all Service Faults.
Press N or R to acknowledge the fault and return to the normal disarmed state.

View Service Faults

" Standing faults can be viewed as follows: 1. 2. 3. Press the , key followed by the # key. The keypad will display any Service Faults (see tables). On completion press the , key.
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Anti-code Reset

This feature is normally used in the UK where users are not permitted to reset the panel following a communicated alarm. However, the user can reset the panel after entering a unique remote reset number, which is supplied by their installer or ARC. " To perform an Anti-code Reset, proceed as follows:

Enter N5

Code : ******
Enter new code ???? If the code is 4 or 5 digits press the a/y key to accept.

Code : ****

YES to Arm? MENU for Options Quote Code> 4855 Enter Reply>????
Re-enter new code ???? The keypad will sound an acceptance tone if the new Access code was accepted. If you hear an error tone (low), please repeat from step 1.

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MASTER USER MANUAL

Security Control Panels with Integrated Communicator

Issue 6

Contents
Premier 412/816/832 Master User Manual
1. About the Alarm System.. 3
Introduction... 3 About this Manual.. 3 Fire Detection.. 3 Monitoring.. 3 Zones and Partitions... 3 Access Codes... 3 Remote Keypads.. 4 Keypad Types... 4 Keypad Layouts... 4 Function Keys... 5 Emergency Keys.. 5 Program Time Program Date Program Banner Text (LCD only) Print 100 Events Exit Program Mode ('.20 ().20 (*.20 (!.20 ((.20
Fire Safety & Maintenance..21
Fire Safety...21 Fire Alarm Operation..21 Household Fire Safety Audit..21 Fire Escape Planning...21 Maintenance..22 Glossary...22
Operating the Alarm System. 6
Introduction... 6 Access Codes... 6 Arming & Disarming the Alarm System.. 6 Checking if the System is Ready to Arm. 6 Away Arming... 6 Stay Arming... 6 Cancelling the Arming Process.. 7 Disarming During Entry... 7 Disarming when not in Entry.. 7 Disarming after an Alarm.. 7 Auto Stay Arming... 7 Changing between Delayed and Instant Stay. 7 Arming and Disarming Partitions. 8 Away Arming Partitions... 8 Stay Arming Partitions... 8 Disarming Partitions... 8 Changing to another Partition... 9 Bypassing Zones.. 9 Manually Bypassing Zones.. 9 Unbypassing Zones.. 9 Group Bypass... 10 Quick Bypass and Arm.. 10

Installation Records..23

Control Panel...23 Keypads...23 Timers....23 Users...23 Zones...24

DO NOT REMOVE COVER

User Functions Menu. 11
Reset Alarms... 11 Last Alarm Log... 11 Service Faults... 11 Acknowledging a New Service Fault.. 11 View Service Faults... 11 Anti-code Reset.. 12 Toggle Chime On and Off... 12 Change User Code.. 13 View Log (LCD Only).. 13 Abort Communications.. 13

MAINS VOLTAGES INSIDE

No user serviceable parts, servicing by qualified personnel only.
System Program Menus.. 14
Programming Text (LCD Only).. 14 Programming Users.. 15 Program User !".. 16 User Options 1 !#.. 17 User Options 2 !$.. 17 User Options 3 !%.. 17 User Text (LCD Only) !&.. 18 Program Standard Users !'.. 18 System Tests & Utilities.. 19 Walk Test (". 20 Test Speakers & Outputs (#. 20 Send Test Call ($. 20 Enable Remote/Engineer Access (%. 20 Start Call Back (&. 20

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About the Alarm System
1. About the Alarm System

Introduction

Your alarm system consists of a control panel, one or more keypads and various detectors and sensors. The control panel will normally be mounted out of sight in a utility room or basement etc. The control panel houses the systems electronics and stand-by battery. There is normally no reason for anyone except an installer or service person to have access to the control panel. The remote keypad is used to send commands to the system and to display the current system status via the various coloured lights (LEDs). The keypad also provides audible feedback each time a key is pressed. Each keypad will be mounted in convenient locations inside the protected premises, near designated points of entry/exit. Read this manual carefully and have your installer instruct you on your systems operation. Become familiar with the features that have been implemented on your system. All users of this system should be equally instructed in its use.

Zones and Partitions

Your installer has divided the protected premises into zones and partitions. A zone is an area of protection that has one or more detection sensors connected to it (motion detectors, glass-break detectors, door contacts or shock sensors). A single zone might be a room, a hallway or a door or window. Two or more of these zones will be linked together by the control panel to form a partition. A partition is an area of the protected premises. A partition can be armed and disarmed independently from other partitions. All of the partitions together form the entire alarm system. If your alarm system is not divided into partitions then all devices will be assigned to Partition 1. Some zones may belong to more than one partition, such as points of entry/exit and hallways. These are called Global Zones because they are not assigned to a single partition. The following table shows the number of zones and partitions for the Premier 412, 816 & 832 control panels: Control Panel Partitions

Zones (max)

About this Manual
This manual is a thorough explanation of all system functions, including troubleshooting and programming Access codes in addition to performing basic system functions. Most users of the system will not need to know all of this information. The section of this manual, titled Operating your Alarm System explains general system concepts and instructs the user on how to arm and disarm the system and bypass zones. The remaining sections of the manual are reserved for more detailed system information.

Premier 412 Premier 816 Premier 832

Access Codes

As a user of the alarm system, you will be assigned a 4, 5 or 6 digit Access code. Access codes are used to arm and disarm the partition(s) to which they are assigned. Some Access codes can perform additional system functions, such as programming system options, bypassing zones and performing system tests. Your Access code may not allow you to access certain system functions. For instance, if your code is only allowed to arm and disarm Partition 1, you will not be able to arm or disarm other partitions, or the entire system. Your Access code may also be programmed for Global Access. A Global Access code can be used at any keypad and will allow you to arm and disarm any of the partitions assigned to your code. Alternatively your code may be programmed for Partition Access. A Partition Access code will only allow you to arm and disarm the partitions that are assigned to both the keypad and your code. The following table shows the number of users for the Premier 412, 816 & 832 control panels: Control Panel

Fire Detection

This equipment is capable of monitoring fire detection devices such as smoke detectors and providing a warning alarm if a fire condition is detected. Good fire detection depends on having adequate numbers of fire detectors placed in appropriate locations. This equipment should be installed in accordance with the relevant local authority fire regulations. Carefully review the Fire Escape Planning guidelines in this manual.

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Your installer must enable the fire detection feature of this equipment before it will work.

Monitoring

This system is capable of transmitting alarms, troubles and emergency information over telephone lines to an alarm monitoring station. If you inadvertently initiate an alarm, immediately call the Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) to prevent an unnecessary response.

Number of Users

Your installer must enable the monitoring function before it will work.

Remote Keypads

One or more remote keypads will be installed throughout the protected premises, usually one at each entry/exit door. Each remote keypad is normally assigned to the partition that it is going to control. A keypad can be assigned to more than one partition, if required (global keypad).

Keypad Layouts

Armed Ready

Service

Keypad Types
The following keypad types are available: Premier RKP4: The Premier RKP4 is the standard remote keypad for the Premier 412 control panel. This remote keypad has 4 zone indicator lights and four status lights (Alarm, Service, Armed and Ready). Premier RKP8: The Premier RKP8 has same features as the Premier RKP4 but has 8 zone indicator lights. This keypad is normally used on systems that monitor up to 8 zones. Premier RKP16: The Premier RKP16 has same features as the Premier RKP4 but has 16 zone indicator lights. This keypad is normally used on systems that monitor up to 16 zones. Premier RKP8 Plus: The Premier RKP8 Plus has all the features of the standard Premier RKP4 plus dedicated indications for Fire, Bypass, Instant and Stay. It also features two programmable zone inputs that can be utilised by your installer for detection devices close to the location of the remote keypad. This keypad is normally used on systems that monitor up to 8 zones. Premier RKP16 Plus: The Premier RKP16 Plus has same features as the Premier RKP8 Plus but has 16 zone indicator lights. This keypad is normally used on systems that monitor up to 16 zones. Premier LCD: The Premier LCD has a standard size 32 character back-lit Liquid Crystal Display plus dedicated indications for Bypass, Service, Ready, Armed and Power. It also features two programmable zone inputs that can be utilised by your installer for detection devices close to the location of the remote keypad. This keypad is normally used on systems that monitor up to 32 zones. Premier LCDL: The Premier LCDL has the same features as the Premier LCD but has a large size 32 character back-lit Liquid Crystal Display. This keypad is normally used on systems that monitor up to 32 zones. Premier LCDP: As Premier LCD with a built in proximity tag reader. Premier LCDLP: As Premier LCDL with a built in proximity tag reader.

The Chime key is used to enable/disable the chime feature, see page 12. The Reset key is used to reset the system after an alarm or service fault condition, see page 11. The Yes key is used to arm the system and to select menu options. The No key is used when disarming the system or partition.
When a keypad is in use other keypads will be lockedout except for emergency functions. The lock-out will persist 4 seconds after the last key is pressed. Information tones will be limited to the keypad in use.

Emergency Keys

In case of emergency, the alarm system can provide three immediate emergency alarms by pressing and holding two specific keys for three seconds.0 Emergency Alarm Press Keys
Function Keys: See Function Keys. Fire: if the Fire light is on with no zone indicators illuminated, then a fire alarm has occurred from one of the 2-wire smoke sensors. If there is an accompanied zone indication, the fire alarm has occurred from the smoke sensor on the indicated zone. Bypass: If the Bypass light is on, one or more zones have been manually bypassed, (see Manually Bypassing Zones on page 9). Stay: If the Stay light is on, the partition/system is in the stay armed mode. The Armed light will also be flashing. Instant: If the Instant light is on, the partition/system is in the stay armed mode and the delayed zones (front door etc) are instant. The Armed light will also be flashing rapidly. Power Light: The power light is on steady when mains supply is present and flashes when the system is running on battery (mains fail).
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The emergency keys can be individually enabled or disabled for each keypad on your alarm system by the installer. The Panic alarm can be individually programmed for either audible or silent operation for each keypad. Emergency commands are detailed on the inside flap label of each remote keypad.
. - LCD Display: 16 character Liquid Crystal Display (LCD). Proximity Tag Reader: On Premier LCDP and LCDLP only. / -0
Operating the Alarm System
2. Operating the Alarm System
Before attempting to operate the alarm system ensure you have familiarised yourself with all the arming and disarming methods covered in this section. " To Away arm the alarm system proceed as follows:

Enter Access code ????

Alarm Service
YES to Arm? MENU for Options
If you make a mistake whilst entering your Access code, simply enter the correct Access code.

Press a

Press y
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The Armed light will flash and the exit tone will sound.
Arming & Disarming the Alarm System
Checking if the System is Ready to Arm
To help prevent faults during arming, a Ready light has been provided on each keypad. The Ready light works as follows: If the Ready light is on steady then the alarm system is ready to be armed. If the Ready light is flashing then the alarm system has bypassed zones and/or Force Armable zones that are violated, check these zones before proceeding. If the Ready light is off then one or more zones are violated, either secure or bypass these zones before proceeding. The keypads will display the zones that are violated:
Zone 01 Active Front Door
Leave the premises, when the system has armed the exit tone will stop. The system is now Away armed.
If the Quick Arm feature is enabled, you can omit step 1 from the above procedure.

Stay Arming

The Stay arming mode is normally used when the premises will be occupied. When the system is armed in this mode all Interior detection zones assigned to your partition(s) will be bypassed. Before Stay arming check the following: Secure or bypass any perimeter zones that are violated. Ensure no perimeter unintentionally. zones are bypassed
Ensure no perimeter Force Armable zones are violated unintentionally.
" To Stay arm the alarm system proceed as follows:
Zone 04 Active Patio Doors
Active zones are scrolled in sequence on LCD keypads
Active zones are indicated by the relevant zone lights on LED Keypads
YES to Arm? MENU for Options Premier 816 17:30.21 28/04

Press s

If any unbypassed zones that are not enabled for Force Arming are violated at the end of the exit delay this is termed an exit error and the alarm system will go into fail set state (internal alarm). If programmed by the installer the external bell will also sound. Enter a valid user Access code to silence this alarm. A zone will only be armed when ALL associated partitions are armed but will be disarmed when ANY associated partition is disarmed.
The alarm system will arm immediately and the Armed light will flash.
The system is now Stay armed.
If the Quick Arm feature is enabled, you can omit step 1 from the above procedure. If the system is fitted with a Premier RKP8/16 Plus then the Stay light will also illuminate when the system is Stay armed.

Away Arming

The Away arming mode is normally used when leaving the premises. When the system is armed in this mode all detection zones assigned to your partition(s) will be armed. The Ready light must be on steady before the alarm system can be Away armed.

Cancelling the Arming Process
" To cancel the arming process during the exit delay:

Disarming after an Alarm

" To disarm the alarm system after an alarm, proceed as follows:
MENU for Options NO to Disarm?

Press d

Press n
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Arming has been cancelled and the alarm system is now disarmed.
The system is disarmed and the keypads display the source of the alarm.
If the system only has one partition you will not have to perform step 2.
The system must now be reset before you can arm again, see page 11 for details on resetting alarms.
Auto Stay Arming Disarming During Entry
" To disarm the alarm system during entry, proceed as follows: If your installer has enabled the Auto Stay feature the system will automatically Stay arm if the entry/exit zone (front door) is not activated whilst attempting to Away arm the system. " To auto Stay arm your alarm system proceed as follows:
Enter the premises via the designated entry point, the entry tone will sound. Proceed directly to the remote keypad.
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The entry tone will stop and the Armed light will turn off. The alarm system is now disarmed.
Do NOT leave the premises during the exit delay. At the end of the exit delay the alarm system will Stay arm.
If a valid Access code is not entered before the end of the entry delay, an alarm will occur.
Changing between Delayed and Instant Stay
When Stay arming the system the delayed zones (front door etc) are normally delayed, i.e., when a delayed zone is violated it will start the entry delay timer. However, it is possible to change the delayed zones to instant when the system is in a Stay armed mode. If a delayed zone is violated when the system is in the Instant Stay mode the system will generate an alarm immediately. " To change from Delayed Stay to Instant Stay, proceed as follows:
Disarming when not in Entry
" To disarm the alarm system when not in entry, proceed as follows:
Ensure that the system is Stay armed. Press and hold the s key until you hear the confirmation tone.
The Armed light will turn off. The alarm system is now disarmed.
If the system only has one partition you will not have to perform step 2. If the Quick Disarm feature is enabled and the system is Stay armed you can omit step 1 from the above procedure.
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The Armed light will flash quickly. The system is Instant Stay armed.
If the system is fitted with a Premier RKP8/16 Plus the Instant light will also illuminate.
Operating the Alarm System " To change from Instant Stay to Delayed Stay, proceed as follows:

Stay Arming Partitions

This option allows you to Stay arm one or more partitions. " To Stay Arm selected partitions, proceed as follows:

Changing to another Partition
Normally the remote keypad that you use will be assigned to a particular partition and therefore the zone and status lights will indicate information relevant to the assigned partition. However, you can temporarily switch the remote keypad to a different partition so that the zone and status lights indicate the information relevant to the partition that you have selected. Whilst in this mode you can also use your Access code to arm/disarm the partition you have selected (providing you have access to the selected partition). In order to use the cross partitioning feature, it is recommend that the system is configured as follows: Cross partitioning must be enabled. The user must be assigned to multiple partitions. The user should be set for Local Partition Access Only, see page 18. The remote keypads should only be assigned to a single partition.
YES to Arm? MENU for Options Bypass Zone> 00 *NONE BYPASSED*

Press B

The Ready light will flash quickly. Enter the zone number ??, e.g. Enter 02 to select Zone 2.
Bypass Zone> 02 Zone 02 Bypassed
The selected zone is now bypassed. Repeat step 3 to bypass additional zones. Once the selected zones have been bypassed press: y/a to Away arm s to Stay arm N to return to the normal disarmed state
" To change to another partition, proceed as follows:
If the Quick Bypass feature is enabled, you can omit step 1 from the above procedure. When one or more zones are bypassed the Ready light will flash and if the system is fitted with a Premier RKP8/16 Plus or LCD remote keypad then the Bypass light will also illuminate.
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Enter partition 1 - 4, e.g. Press 2 to select Partition 2.
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Unbypassing Zones

To manually unbypass zones, perform the manual Bypass procedure on a zone that is already bypassed. 24 hour zones cannot be unbypassed if they are still violated. If your installer has enabled the Reinstate Bypassed Zones on Disarm option, all zones will automatically be unbypassed each time the system is disarmed.
The remote keypad will now indicate information relevant to the selected partition.
After changing to the selected partition, the remote keypad will only remain in the selected partition for 10 seconds after the last key press. However if an Access code is entered whilst the remote is in this mode, the remote keypad will remain in the selected partition for 1 minute after the last key press.

Enter N5

Enter N7

Code : ******

Enter new code ???? If the code is 4 or 5 digits press the a/y key to accept.
The keypad will bleep and the alarm system will abort all communications to the Alarm Receiving Centre.

Code : ****

Re-enter new code ???? The keypad will sound an acceptance tone if the new Access code was accepted. If you hear an error tone (low), please repeat from step 1.

View Log (LCD Only)

The control panel has an Event Log, which stores all system activity i.e., users entering their codes to arm and disarm the system, alarm events, faults etc. Each event is time and date stamped. The number of events stored in the control panel is as follows: Premier 412 - 750 events Premier 816 - 750 events Premier 832 - 1000 events
" To view the Event Log, proceed as follows:

Enter N6

Event Type (showing Zone Text) Event Type (Alarm Type & Zone No)
Bedroom 1 PA 1. 13:15.56 28

Partitions Time Day

PA Aud 02 Alm 13:15.56 28/04

Time Day/Month

Press A to toggle information displayed
Press U to scroll up and down through the log. Press N to when finished.

System Program Menus

4. System Program Menus
The Master User and Users with the relevant access level can access the System Program Menus. These menus allow the users access to the more advanced features and functions of the alarm system. The following programming menus are available: Menu !", !#, !$, !%, !&, !', (", (#, ($, (%, (&, (', (), (*, (!, ((, Function
Programming Users Program User User Options 1 User Options 2 User Options 3 User Text Program Standard Users System Tests and Utilities
A programming menu is selected by entering a two-digit menu code. On completion of each menu option, the system reverts to the main programming menu, allowing other programming menu options to be accessed. To exit the programming menu, enter (( or press the - key, the system will revert to normal operation:
Programming Menu Enter Code > ??

User Options 3

User Options Enable One Time Use Access Code 2 Time Lock Code with Control Timer Enable Open Reporting 4 Enable Close Reporting 5 Enable User as Duress Code 6 Activate Door Strike Output 7 Allow Global Bell/Sounder Silence
User 00 Options3 Enter User No.??
User 03 Options3 > ****5*** <
User Options Allow Engineer Code Programming 2 Allow NVM Locking 3 Allow Engineer Programming 4 Allow Test Call Transmission 5 Allow Alarm/Fault Acknowledgement 6 Allow User Programming 7 Allow User Code Programming 8 Local Partition Access Only

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User Text

Engineer User 00 Text

Use U to select User. Press n to edit text.

Engineer ^ser 00 Text

Use keys to enter/edit text. Then press y to accept.
Text Editing Keys 1.,?!1@-& 2abc2ABC 3def3DEF 4ghI4GHI 5jkl5JKL 6mno7MNO 7pqrs7PQRS 8tuv8TUV 9wxyz9WXYZ 0 Space 0 , # * U Move Left/Right R Backspace (delete)

Program Standard Users

Delete User

Program User !"

The Program User option allows the master user or users with the appropriate access level to assign new users for the alarm system. The number of users (including the engineer) that are available is as follows: Premier 412 - 32 Users Premier 816 - 32 Users Premier 832 - 64 Users
User Options 1 See User Options 1 on page 17 for details. User Options 2 See User Options 2 on page 17 for details. User Options 3 See User Options 3 on page 17 for details. User Text (LCD Only) See User Text on page 18 for details.
User 00 is the Engineer and can only be accessed by the engineer code. User 01 is the Master User which has a default code of 5678. Neither of these two users can be deleted from the system. Each user is assigned the following attributes: Access Code This is a unique 4, 5 or 6 digit code that is assigned to the user. The system will allow a mixture of different length Access codes. The Access code must be entered at a keypad before the user can operate the alarm system. INS141-6
User Options 1 can be enabled or disabled for a selected user so that the level of access to the system may be altered. The following options are available: # Enable for Partition 1 On: The user can access Partition 1. Off: The user cannot access Partition 1. $ Enable for Partition 2 On: The user can access Partition 2. Off: The user cannot access Partition 2. %, Enable for Partition 3 (Premier 816/832 Only) On: The user can access Partition 3. Off: The user cannot access Partition 3. &, Enable for Partition 4 (Premier 816/832 Only) On: The user can access Partition 4. Off: The user cannot access Partition 4. ', Allow Arming On: The user can arm the partitions they have been given access to. Off: The user cannot arm any partitions. ), Allow Bypassing On: The user can bypass zones in partitions they have been given access to. Off: The user cannot bypass zones. *, Allow Disarming On: The user can disarm the partitions they have been given access to. Off: The user cannot disarm any partitions.

System Program Menus %, Allow Engineer Programming On: The Access code can access the Engineer programming menus. Off: The Access code cannot access the Engineer programming menus. &, Allow Test Call Transmission On: The Access code can perform a test transmission to the monitoring station (menu 92, see page 20). Off: The Access code cannot perform a test transmission. ', Allow Alarm/Fault Acknowledgement On: The Access code can be used to acknowledge and reset alarms and service faults. A user with this option can disarm the system after an alarm, even if the user does not have the "Allow Disarming" option. Off: The Access code cannot be used to acknowledge and reset alarms and service faults. ), Allow User Programming On: The Access code can access the user program menus (menu 90 - 98). Off: The Access code cannot access the user program menus. *, Allow User Code Programming On: The Access code can access users 01 to 31 in the User programming menus (menus 80 - 85). Off: The Access code cannot access user 01 to 31 in the User programming menus. !, Local Partition Access Only On: The Access code can only be used to arm and disarm the partitions that are assigned to the remote keypad. For example, if the user is assigned to all four partitions and they use a remote keypad that is only assigned to Partition 1, they will only be permitted to arm and disarm Partition 1 at that particular remote keypad. Off: The Access code can be used at any remote keypad (Global Access).
This menu option allows you to add Standard users to the system. The user will automatically be assigned the following options: User Options 1: Partition 1 Access Allow Arming Allow Bypassing Allow Disarming Allow User Functions
User Options 2: Enable Open Reporting Enable Close Reporting Allow Global Bell/Sounder Silence User Options 3: Allow Alarm/Fault Acknowledgement

User Text (LCD Only)

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If the system is fitted with a LCD remote keypad you can assign up to 8 characters of text to each user. This text is used when viewing the system Event Log, see page 13. User text is programmed in a similar way to mobile phones. Characters are selected by pressing the corresponding key the appropriate number of times (to select a character on the same key, press 7 to move the cursor along). For details on entering text, see page 14.
System Tests & Utilities

Walk Test

Walk Test No Zones Tested

Activate Zones

Zone 01 Active Zone 01 Tested
Top line scrolls active zones Bottom line scrolls tested zones
Zone light flashing = zone active Zone light on = zone tested
Press 0 to clear tested zones from display
Test Speakers & Outputs

Test System Enter 1 to 5

Enter Test Number

Test System Bells Active

Armed Ready Alarm Service
System Tests 1 Test Speakers 2 Test Bells 3 Test Strobes 4 Test Outputs 5 Test LCD Display

Press 0 to reset test

Send Test Call
Enable Remote/Engineer Access

Start Call Back

Program Time

Program Time > 13:15

Enter the Time in 24hr format e.g. 6.30pm = 1830

Program Date

Program Date > 28/04/01

DDMMYY format

Enter the Date in a
e.g. 28 April 2001 = 280401

Banner Text (LCD Only)

Premier 8SP Banner Text

Press n to edit text.

Premier 8SP ^anner Text

N 98 99

Print 100 Events Exit Program Mode

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The Walk Test feature can only be performed when the partition is disarmed. 24 hour zones (except Fire, Tamper and Trouble) are disabled during Zone Test allowing Audible PA buttons, Silent PA buttons, etc. to be tested.
This option will cause the control panel to initiate a call back sequence. This will allow the remote downloading computer to remotely access the control panel.
# Test Speakers $ Test Bells % Test Strobes & Test System Outputs
This menu options allows you to perform the following tests:
You should only use this feature when requested by your installer/Alarm Receiving Centre. If the Call Back is unsuccessful the keypad will sound an error tone.
The control panel has a real time clock that is used to date and time stamp events that are recorded within the system log. The option allows you to set the control panel time.
When performing the Test System Outputs option, only outputs programmed by your installer will be activated during this test.
The control panel has a real time clock that is used to date and time stamp events that are recorded within the system log. The option allows you to set the date on the control panel.
($ Program Banner Text (LCD only) (*,
If the system is fitted with a LCD remote keypad you can assign up to 16 characters of text to the Banner Message. The Banner Message is displayed on the top line of the LCD display during the normal disarmed state. Text is programmed in a similar way to mobile phones. Characters are selected by pressing the corresponding key the appropriate number of times (to select a character on the same key, press 7 to move the cursor along). For details on entering text, see page 14.
This menu options allows you to send a test call transmission to your Alarm Receiving Centre.

If the test call is unsuccessful, the keypad will sound an error tone.
Your alarm system may be configured in such a way that you have to authorise Remote/Engineer Access. Once authorised, your alarm system will allow: Your installer/Alarm Receiving Centre to access the alarm system via the remote downloading computer. Your installer/engineer to access the control panel programming menus.

Print 100 Events

If your system has a printer connected, this menu option allows the last 100 events in the system Event Log to be sent to the printer.
The alarm system will allow access until 12.00am, after which, both Remote and Engineer Access will be denied.

Exit Program Mode

Selecting this menu option will log you out of programming mode and return the system to its normal state
Fire Safety & Maintenance
5. Fire Safety & Maintenance

Fire Safety

Fire Alarm Operation
Alarm On a fire alarm, the bell or siren will pulse ON and OFF. If your system is fitted with a Premier RKP8/16 Plus then the Fire light will be illuminated. The alarm is also transmitted to the Alarm Receiving Centre, if your installer has enabled this feature. Silence To silence the bell or siren, enter your Access code. Resetting Smoke Detectors Once the smoke detector is reset, if it still detects smoke, the alarm sequence will resound as described above. If there is no smoke, the system will return to normal operation. " To reset smoke detectors, proceed as follows: 1. 2. Enter your Access code 6666. Press the - key followed by the " key. If your system is fitted with either a Premier RKP8/16 Plus or LCD remote keypad then press the 3 key. The keypad will bleep and the alarm system will reset all latching detectors. If you suspect that a fire alarm has transmitted and that there is no fire condition, call the alarm receiving centre to avoid an unnecessary response. If a fire condition is apparent, follow your evacuation plan immediately. If the alarm sounds at night, evacuate immediately. The description above may not be applicable depending on how your installer has programmed the fire alarm operations on your system. Ask your installer for more information regarding your system's operation.
Are furnaces and wood burning appliances properly installed, clean and in good working order? Have a professional evaluate these appliances.

Fire Escape Planning

There is often very little time between the detection of a fire and the time it becomes deadly. It is therefore very important that a family escape plan be developed and rehearsed. 1. 2. Every family member should participate in developing the escape plan. Study the possible escape routes from each location within the house. Since many fires occur at night, special attention should be given to the escape routes from sleeping quarters. Escape from a bedroom must be possible without opening the interior door. Consider the following when making your escape plans: Make sure that all perimeter doors and windows are easily opened. Ensure that they are not painted shut and that their locking mechanisms operate smoothly. If opening or using the exit is too difficult for children, the elderly or handicapped, plans for rescue should be developed. This includes making sure that those who are to perform the rescue can promptly hear the fire warning signal. If the exit is above the ground level, an approved fire ladder or rope should be provided as well as training in its use. Exits on the ground level should be kept clear. Be sure to remove snow from exterior patio doors in winter; outdoor furniture or equipment should not block exits. Each person should know of a predetermined assembly point where everyone can be accounted for i.e. across the street or at a neighbour's house. Once everyone is out of the building, call the Fire Services. A good plan emphasises quick escape. Do not investigate or attempt to fight the fire, and do not gather belongings or pets as this wastes valuable time. Once outside, do not re-enter the house. Wait for the Fire Services. Write the fire escape plan down and rehearse it frequently so that should an emergency arise, everyone will know what to do. Revise the plan as conditions change, such as the number of people in the home, or if there are changes to the building's construction.

Household Fire Safety Audit
Most fires occur in the home. To minimise the risk of fire, it is recommended that a household safety audit is conducted and a fire escape plan is developed. Are all electrical appliances and outlets in a safe condition? Check for frayed cords, overloaded lighting circuits, etc. If you are uncertain about the condition of your electrical appliances or household service, have a professional evaluate these units. Are all flammable liquids stored safely in closed containers in a well ventilated cool area? Cleaning with flammable liquids should be avoided. Are fire hazardous materials (matches) well out of reach of children?
Fire Safety & Maintenance Make sure your fire warning system is operational by conducting weekly tests (see Fire Alarm Operation on page 21). If you are unsure about system operation, contact your installing dealer. We recommend that you contact your local fire department and request further information on fire safety and escape planning. If available, have your local fire prevention officer conduct an in-house fire safety inspection.

Glossary

Glossary of terms used in this manual: Access Code: A four, five or six digit code that is used to operate the alarm system. Alarm Receiving Centre: A remote location where alarm status data is received via the telephone line from the control panel. Bypass: A feature that allows the user to exclude selected zones from being monitored by the alarm system. Chime: A feature that allows the keypads and internal sounder to generate a ding-dong sound whenever the selected zones are violated. Duress Code: A special type of Access code that reports a signal to the alarm receiving centre that indicates the system is being operated under duress. Forced Armable: An option that can be selected on a zone by zone basis, that will allow the system to be armed, even if the selected zone is violated. Group Bypass: A feature that allows the user to bypass a group of zones in one go. Partition: One or more zones that make up an individual area. This area can independently be armed and disarmed from other partitions. Service: A condition that will indicate that a problem has occurred with the alarm system or with one of its detection devices. Zone: A zone is an area of protection that has one or more detection sensors connected to it (motion detectors, glassbreak detectors, door contacts or shock sensors).

Maintenance

With normal use, the system requires minimum maintenance. The following points should be observed. 1. Do not wash the security control panel or keypads with a wet cloth. Light dusting with a slightly moistened cloth should remove normal accumulations of dust. The battery test is designed to determine battery condition. We recommend, however, that the stand-by batteries are replaced every five years. For other system devices such as smoke detectors, passive infrared, ultrasonic or microwave motion detectors or glass-break detectors, consult the respective manufacturers literature for testing and maintenance.

Installation Records

6. Installation Records

Control Panel

Model: Location: Premier 412: ! Premier 816: ! Premier 832: !

Keypads

Keypad

Location

Partitions

Fire (1 & 3)

Police (4 & 6)

Medical (7 & 9)

PA Silent

Quick Arm

Quick Disarm

Quick Bypass

Timers
Exit Time Entry Delay 1 Time Entry Delay 2 Time Alarm Delay Time Bell Delay Time Bell Duration Time

Partition 1

Sec. Sec. Sec. Min. Min. Min.

Partition 2

Partition 3

Partition 4

Engineer Master
B = Bypass; C = Chime Installation Company: _________________________________________________________________________________ Address: _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Telephone: Fax: Email: _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________
Alarm Receiving Centre: ________________________________________________________________________________ Account No: Telephone: Email: _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________

 

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