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(((ELKRON))) - MP105
Wire connected microprocessor control unit
SOFTWARE rev. 3.1 -01.02.97
This manual is subdivided into the following sections:. composition of the system.page 3 1.0 Control unit MP105..page 4 2.0 Remote keypad KP105..page 4 3.0 Electronic key DK20..page 4 4.0 Communicator (tel.transm.) module ST105. page 5. installation and connections..page 6 1.0 Wall installation of the casing.page 6 2.0 Description of the terminal board..page 7 3.0 Inputs...page 8 4.0 Outputs..page 9 5.0 Dip-switches..page 9 6.0 Connection of control elements.page 11 7.0 Identification of keypoints for keys DK20.page 11. using the system immediately.page 12 1.0 Default parameters..page 13 2.0 Access codes..page 14 3.0 Local keypad and remote keypad.page 15 4.0 Programming the keys.page 17. Users functions..page 20 1.0 Changing the own code..page 21 2.0 Enabling the access codes.page 21 3.0 Enable/Disable through keypad..page 22 4.0 Enable/Disable through key..page 23 5.0 Display/Enable/Disable the inputs.page 24 6.0 Enable/Disable the GONG zones.page 24 7.0 Testing the Alarm inputs and outputs.page 25. Installers functions..page 26 1.0 Programming the inputs..page 27 2.0 Relating the inputs to the sectors..page 28 3.0 Relating the keypoints to the sectors.page 28 4.0 Entry delay programming..page 29 5.0 Programming of alarm output U2..page 30 6.0 Programming of alarm output U3..page 30 7.0 Alarm time programming..page 30 8.0 Masking function..page 31 9.0 Alarm counting..page 31 10.0 Enable/Disable the buzzer.page 32 11.0 Reading the event memory..page 32
MP105 Mains supply voltage.. 230V~ - 50 Hz +/- 20% Board supply voltage.. 18 V~ Operating voltage.. 10,5V min / 14V max Charge battery voltage.. 13,75V adjustable Max current from the supply unit.. 800 mA Max outgoing current for external devices. 500 mA Quiescent current consumption.. 40 mA Alarm current consumption... 90 mA Battery threshold... 11,8 V Max number of keyboards Kp105. 4 max number of readers DK20.. 4 Max lenght of serial line... 500 mt. Battery.. 12V 6,5Ah or 12V 7,2Ah Operating temperature.. 0C - +55C KEY DK20 Mains voltage... 12V Operating voltage.. 10,5V min / 14V max Quiescent consumption... 15 mA Consumption in function.. 27 mA Communication... serial Operating temperature.. 0C - +60C KEYBOARD KP105 (OPTIONAL) Mains voltage... 12V Operating voltage.. 10,5V min / 14V max Quiescent consumption... 12 mA Max consumption.. 30 mA Communication... serial Operating temperature.. 0C - +55C TELEPHONE TRANSMITTER (OPTIONAL) Mains voltage... 12V Operating voltage.. 10,5V min / 14V max Quiescent consumption... 45 mA Max consumption.. 55 mA Communication... seriale Operating temperature.. 0C - +55C INPUT EXPANSION (OPTIONAL) Mains voltage... 12V Operating voltage.. 10,5V min / 14V max Quiescent consumption... 22 mA Communication... seriale Operating temperature.. 0C - +55C
Composition of the system
1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 Control unit MP105.. 4 Remote Keypad KP105.. 4 Electronic key DK20.. 4 Tel. transm. communicator mod. ST105. 5 Input expansion.. 5
1.0 Control Unit MP105
Wire connected control unit suitable to make small and medium sized systems featuring 4 inputs + 1 auxiliary input + 1 tamper input. Possibility to cut the inputs into 2 sectors 3 alarm outputs: 2 electric outputs and 1 free switch relay output 2 TC outputs: one per sector ON/OFF through local keypad, remote keypad, integrated electronic key, mechanical key. Connection of remote keypads, readers of the electronic keys and inputs expansion through serial line. Warnings for: general alarm, failure, system live, battery low, system status, tamper alarm, inputs open, inputs disabled. Warnings are through LEDs and/or display. 4 different access codes available, each made up of 6 digits: - Master Users Code : prefix 1 - code 11111 - Slave Users Code : prefix 2 - code 22222 - Installers Code: prefix 3 - code 33333 - Telemonitoring Code: prefix 4 - code 44444 Entry time, exit time and alarm time setting. GONG function (entry warning): possibility to program a zone so as, with the system off, it enables the sound of an inner siren when a door or windows opens. Counting of the alarms relating to each input (programmable).
12.0 Reading the event memory
The control unit is provided with a memory to store the last 64 alarm events. Relating to each event, such memory stores the input that generated the alarm and the condition of the system at the time when the event occured: 1) Enter the Installers code, then, depress key twice installer's code (3-33333) + + +
once. and key 2) The display will show the input concerned in the latest event. Leds S1 and S2 show the condition of the system at the time when the displayed event occured. 3) Key enables displaying of the events starting from the latest one. Key enables displaying of the events starting from the earliest one. Once the last event is reached, the 3 horizontal segments in the display will light up blinking, whereas the buzzer sends 1 long bleep. during 4) To clear the event memory, depress key displaying. 5) Depress key twice to exit programming
2.0 Remote keypad KP105
Remote keypad connected through dedicated serial line; featuring segment display and warning leds. 4 remote keypads can be installed as a maximum.
3.0 Electronic Key DK20
Electronic key connected through dedicated serial line. Programmable key to receive a code (more than 4 milliards of combinations available) generated by the control unit at random. Therefore, the number of keys that can be programmed with the same code is unlimited. Through the electronic key DK20 it is possible to enable/ disable the system totally or partially.
Alarm counting for the input expansion modules is 4 per input, and, it cannot be changed but only disabled through the expansion module jumper C-AL (see the instructions).
value. 2) Use the number keys (0-9) to select the required value. 3) Depress key twice to exit the procedurre and store the selection made.
5.0 Programming the alarm output U2
1) Depress key 2) The display will show the letter relevant to present programming (default programming: L) 3) Use key to select the type of output; the display will show the following: L = LPA function A = AND for TC1 and TC2 o = OR for TC1 and TC2 4) When the display shows the letter coinciding with the selected type of output, depress key twice to exit the procedure.
communicator connection ON OFF pin-strip for microprocessor reset
ITALY/NORWAY NC-BIL NH-NL PARAMETERS
6.0 Programming the alarm output U3
1) Depress key 2) The display will show the letter relevant to present programming (default programming : 5) 3) Use key to select the type of output; the display will show the following: 5 = alarm from input I5 A = AND for TC1 and TC2 o = OR for TC1 and TC2 4) When the display shows the letter coinciding with the twice to exit selected type of output, depress key the procedure.
AND FUNCTION Output U2 at +12V only where: S1 + S2 -----> OFF OR FUNCTION Output U2 at +12V where at least one sector OFF
battery voltage control
DO NOT TOUCH
if short-circuited it disables the control unit tamper
torpedo shaped lamp
Programming the alarm time
1) Depress key 2) The display will show the figure relevant to present time can be: 1 = 1 min. 6 = 6 min. 2 = 2 min. 7 = 7 min. default programming 3 = 3 min. 8 = 8 min. = 1 minute 4 = 4 min. 9 = 9 min. 5 = 5 min 0 = 30 sec 3) Use the number keys 0 to 9 to set the required time 4) Depress key twice to exit the procedure.
+ I1 I2 I3 I4 + I5 T/A KEY U3 + CK D TC1 TC2 U2 U1 + + 18 V
Negative terminal for power supply to sensors Positive terminal for power supply to sensors Input 1 Input 2 Input 3 Input 4 Negative terminal for power supply to sensors Positive terminal for power supply to sensors Auxiliary alarm input Tamper alarm input Mechanical key input (N.O. to negative terminal) Electric output for the alarms controlled by input I5 (I max: 10 mA) Power supply to the devices on the serial line Power supply to the devices on the serial line Serial line (synchronism) Serial line (data) TC for sector 1 (I max 10 mA) TC for sector 2 (I max 10 mA) Electric output - inner siren (I max 10 mA) General alarm relay 10 A Positive terminal for power supply to sirens Negative terminal for power supply to sirens Positive terminal of the battery Negative terminal of the battery Power supply
Inputs I1, I2, I3, I4, I5 and T/A can be configurated as follows: N.C. to positive terminal if dip-switch SW2 is OFF. BALANCED, with the supplied resistor (22 Kohm), if dip-switch SW2 is ON. All inputs feature SINGLE-SHOT function. SINGLE-SHOT An input in alarm condition, if kept open, does not generate alarms any more unless it is closed then again opened.
correlations of the other connected keypoints. 5) After selecting the required keypoint (relevant digit blinking on display), it is enough to depress key (zero) to change the correlation. The digit blinking becomes lit up fixed. 6) Now, carry out the following procedure: Depress key to relate the keypoint to sector 1 The green led S1 will be blinking to relate the keypoint to sector 2 Depress key The green led S2 will be blinking Depress keys and to relate the keypoint to both sectors. Leds S1 and S1 will be blinking 7) After selecting the required correlation, depress key 0 to relate another keypoint. The digit restarts blinking. twice to exit the procedure. The 8) Depress key selections made will be stored. Default programming: all keypoints are related to both sectors (S1 and S2)
I1, I2, I3, I4 Tamper alarm inputs that can be programmed as follows: instantaneous, delayed, last exit, GONG (see page 9) I5 Auxiliary alarm input, ALWAYS ENABLED independently from the condition (ON/OFF) of the control unit. It can be programmed as theft alarm (silent panic), robbery alarm (siren panic), technical alarm or fire alarm (see Programming the inputs on page 26). - if programmed as theft alarm, it enables output U3 for 1 minute, whether the system is ON or OFF. - if programmed as robbery alarm, it enables output U3 and the general alarm relay for 1 minute, whether the system is ON or OFF. - if programmed as fire alarm, it enables output U3 for 1 minute + the time of the event. - if programmed as technical alarm, it enables output U3 for 1 minute + the time of the event. N.B.: Input I5, if programmed as technical or fire alarm, provides the same warning (output U3 for 1 minute + the time of the event). The two warnings will distinguish in the different sound of the buzzer and in two different messages in case the signal is sent through the telephone transmitter (communicator) card. T/A Tamper alarm input to be connected to the set of tamper alarms of sensors and sirens. This input enables output U2 for 1 minute if the system is OFF. It enables output U2 and the general alarm relay for the programmed time if the system is ON. KEY Input KEY enables use auxiliary electronic or electromechanical keys. The command is pulse type through n.o.contact related to negative terminal. Input KEY can only be used for total enabling/disabling
4.0 Programming the entry delay time
1) Depress key 2) The display will show the number relevant to the preset time; the values can be the following: 0 = 0 sec. 5 = 50 sec. 1 = 10 sec. 6 = 60 sec. 2 = 20 sec. 7 = 70 sec. 3 = 30 sec. 8 = 80 sec. 4 = 40 sec. 9 = 90 sec. 3) Depress the number keys 0 to 9 to set the required delay time 4) Depress key twice to exit the procedure Note: Exit Delay Time is equal to Entry Delay Time + 10 sec. installer's code (3-33333) + + +
NOTE Default programming: 0 seconds
2.0 Relating the inputs to the sectors
1) Depress key 2) The display will show number 1 blinking relating to the first input 3) Use key to select the input (I1, I2, I3 or I4 or one of 8 expansion module inputs if it is present) to relate to one of the two sectors 4) If the input displayed is related to sector 1, led S1 will blink, whereas, led S2 will do if the input is related to sector 2. 5) Depress key to change correlation 6) Depress key twice to exit the procedure
EXAMPLE LAST EXIT WITH DELAYED PATH CM = microcontact (last exit input) IR = infrared (delayed input) KP = remote keypad IR is connected to a delayed input, CM is connected to a LAST EXIT input. It the control unit is enabled through KP, IR is not taken into consideration, the subsequent opening/closing of CM resets exit delay. The alarm will enable immediately if an intruder steps in through the window (even if IR is delayed). Entry delay will enable if people walk into the room through the door protected by CM.
NOTE - An input cannot be related to 2 sectors at the same time. - Only inputs 1, 2, 3 and 4 can be related to a sector. SHOP EXAMPLE GONG FUNCTION CM = microcontact ( GONG input)
3.0 Relating the keypoints to the sectors
This function enables relating one or more keypoints to both sectors, to only one sector or to not any sector. If no sectors are related, this means that the keypoint was disabled, so as to make it carry out the function of repeater led only. If a key that controls both sectors is inserted into a keypoint enabled to control only one sector, such key will control only that specific sector. In practice, the system will operate as if a key to control only one sector were inserted. Usefulness of such function is to allow enabling/disabling a specific sector through a specific keypoint with a simple operation preventing the need to start a partition cycle. To carry out programming, operate as follows: 1) Depress key (zero) 2) The display will show digit 1 blinking relating to keypoint 1 (see Identifying the keypoints for electronic keys DK20 on pg.11). 3) Leds S1 and S2 blinking will show the sectors controlled by the keypoint concerned; if only S1 is blinking, this means that the keypoint is only related to sector 1; if only S2 is blinking, this means that the keypoint is only related to sector 2; if both leds are blinking, it means that the keypoint is related to both sectors. 4) Depressing key , enables displaying the installer's code (3-33333) + + +
TC1 and TC2 They provide the condition for sector 1 ad sector 2 respectively. SW3 in OFF condition: they provide positive voltage if the relevant sector is disabled. Such voltage interrupts when the sector enables. SW3 in ON condition: they provide positive voltage if the relevant sector is enabled. Such posistive voltage interrupts when the sector disables.
CONTROL UNIT INPUTS I1.. 1 I2.. 2 I3.. 3 I4.. 4 I5.. 5 EXPANSION MODULE INPUTS I6.. 6 I7.. 7 I8.. 8 I9.. 9 IA.. A Ib.. b IC.. C Id.. d
SW1 OFF: ON: OFF: ON: standard for Italy standard for Norway inputs I1, I2, I3, I4, I5 and T/A n.c.to positive terminal inputs I1, I2, I3, I4, I5 and T/A balanced to positive terminal (22Kohm) electric outputs (U2, U3, TC1, TC2) normal high in quiescent condition electric outputs (U2, U3, TC1, TC2) normal low in quiescent condition
ON OFF SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4
See paragraph: "Setting the default parameters" To be always OFF
1.0 Programming the inputs.. 27 2.0 Relating the inputs to sectors. 28 3.0 Relating the keypoints to the sectors. 28 4.0 Entry delay programming.. 29 5.0 Programming alarm output U2. 30 6.0 Programming alarm input U3.. 30 7.0 Programming the alarm time.. 30 8.0 Masking function. 31 9.0 Alarm counting.. 31 10.0... Enable/disable the buzzer 32 11.0... Reading the event memory 32
Connecting the control elements
To program the different parameters shown on the pages that follow, it is required to enter the Installers code (after enabling it - see pg.21 TWICE. the code is 3-33333 by default), then, to depress key Letter P will display. Now, if not any programming is carried out, exiting from the procedure takes place automatically after 60 seconds, or in. manual mode by pressing key
KEYPOINTS FOR KEY DK20 (MAX 4)
7.0 Opening the control unit
After entering the Installers Code, 30 seconds are available to open the control unit without inducing alarm in the relevant outputs. On this condition, the tamper alarm is only stored. Once the 30 sec.delay time is expired, an alarm will be generated only provided that the input is closed, then opened again.
Identifyng the keypoints for keys DK20
electronic key 1
electronic key 2
electronic key 3
electronic key 4
Using the system immediately
1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 Default parameters.. 13 Access codes... 14 Local and remote keypad.. 15 Programming the keys.. 17 SYSTEM RESET
To reset the control unit so as to restore the default parameters it is necessary to disable the control unit, thus: 1) Set dip-switch n.4 to ON SW4 ON IMPORTANT After being reset, the control unit sets to ON (TOTAL ENABLING) automatically. To disable the control unit it is enough to enter a valid code. Default Users code: 1-11111.
7.0 Testing the alarm inputs and outputs (walk-test)
1) Enter the code, then depress key 2) All leds and segments in the displays and the leds in the keys light up fixed, thus enabling check proper operation. Depress key (within 1 minute) to test the inputs. 3) At each opening of an input, the buzzer will send a long bleep and the display shows the number of the input concerned. Depress key A to display the alarms stored. See the procedure on pg.15. 4) Depress key to test the outputs. The outputs switch again enables for approx.5.sec. Depressing key stop the alarm before the designed time (5 sec.). 5) Depress key to exit the procedure. Exiting from the testing procedure stops the alarm pending. NOTE: input 5 in the control unit and the tamper input are not subject to the test as they are enabled 24h round-theclock. Opening of these inputs during the test is displayed, and, the relevant alarm is induced as a consequence. ALARM COUNTING If the alarm counting function was programmed regarding a specific input, 4 alarms for instance, the buzzer will send a long bleep, during the test, to show each one of the first 4 openings of the input. At the fifth opening only the number of the input related to the test sensor will be displayed, but the buzzer does not ring.
2) Short circuit the contacts of jumper JP1 for one instant, then wait for two confirmation bleeps form the buzzer shortcircuit for one instant
3) Again set dip-switch n.4 to OFF SW4
Displaying/enabling disabling the inputs
1.0 Default parameters
Parameters INPUTS 1-2-3-4 Programmability Istantaneous Delayed Last exit GONG PA with sirens PA without sirens Technical Istantaneous Delayed Programmable as required Default IN1 Delayed IN2 Istantaneous IN3 Istantaneous IN1 Istantaneous PA with sirens
1) Enter the code, then depress key 2) The display will show number 1 blinking relating to the first input, whereas, at the same time, the warning led ZO shows whether such input is enabled or disabled: - lit up fixed = input disabled - off = input enabled enables displaying the status 3) Depressing key (enabled/disabled) of the 5 inputs in sequence, and, also the status of the other 8 inputs if the input expansion module is provided. 4) Depress key to disable or enable an input. 5) Depress key to exit programming. 6) If there are zones disabled, led ZO blinks once programming is exited. NOTE: It is not possible to disable all the available inputs, as at least 1 shall be always enabled.
INPUTS 6-7-8-9-A-bC-d-o with expansion INPUTS/SECTORS
IN1-IN2 --> Sector 1 IN3-IN4 --> Sector 2 IN6-IN9 --> Sector 1 IA - Id ---> Sector 2 LPA
LPA, OR for TC1 and TC2 AND for TC1 and TC2 OR for TC1 and TC2 AND for TC1 and TC2 Alarms of input I5 High or low with the system ON 0 to 90 sec. Non progr. = entry time +10 sec. 30 sec. to 9 min. 0 to 9 Programmable Programmable Programmable (6 digits) Programmable (6 digits) Programmable (6 digits) Programmable (6 digits) Programmable (8 digits)
TCs : AND for TC1 & TC2
6.0 Enabling/disabling the GONG zones
Inputs I1, I2, I3, I4 can be programmed GONG: opening of a GONG input with the system OFF enables output U2 for 5 seconds (LPA). 1) Enter a valid code, then depress key + key 2) The display will show number 1 blinking relating to the first input, whereas, at the same time, the warning led ZO shows whether such input is GONG or not: - lit up fixed = GONG input. 3) Depressing key enables select the input to be programmed GONG 4) Depress key to enable or disable the GONG function in the selected zone. 5) Depress key to exit programming
OUTPUTS TC1 & TC2 ENTRY TIME
LOW with the system ON 0 sec. 10 sec. 1 minute sec 0 (excluded) Enabled Disabled 1 - 11111 enabled 2 - 22222 disabled 3 - 33333 enabled 4 - 44444 disabled 12345678
EXIT TIME ALARM TIME
Function GONG non available for the input expansion module
ALARM COUNTING BUZZER / KEYPAD MASKING USER 1 CODE USER 2 CODE INSTALLER'S CODE TELEMONIT. CODE SUBSCRIBER'S CODE
2.0 Access codes
They are made up of 6 digits: the first digit (fixed) identifies the Operator, the other 5 ones represent the code that can be changed according to the Operators selection. Default codes: - Master Users code: - Slave Users code: - Installers code: - Telemonitoring code: If correct enabled code is entered, the buzzer will send two bleeps, otherwise a long bleep shows error. The Master Users code is always enabled, whereas the other codes shall be enabled. If enabled, the Installers code keeps such until the Master Users code is entered to enable the system totally or partially, or up to first enabling through electronic key. digit displaying During code entering, the display segments will light up in sequence to show typing while being carried out.
4.0 Enabling/disabling through built-in electronic key
Led L1 (sector 1) and L3 (sector 2) in the readers show the present condition of the system: Lit up = sectors enabled Off = sectors disabled Fit the key in the reader and let it inserted. After approx.3 sec., Leds L1 and L3 will blink to show the type of enabling: a) L1 blinking and L3 blinking = Total enabling. After 3 sec.it goes to b) b) L1 blinking and L3 off = Enabling of Sector 1. After approx.3 sec. it goes to c) S1 = sector 1 S2 = sector 2 MON = alarm or failure memory OI = it is to show inputs open or disabled
FUNCTIONS AVAILABLE Enabling Disabling Changing own code Code enabling Input enabling/disabling Gong/Chime enabling Input testing Output testing Input programming Relating Inputs/sectors Output programming Delay time programming Alarm time programming Programming the keys Reading/erasing event memory Masking programming System code programming
Master User Slave user YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES NO NO NO NO NO YES NO NO NO YES NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO YES YES
Telemonitoring YES YES NO NO YES NO YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO YES
c) L1 off and L3 blinking = Enabling of Sector 2. After approx.3 sec.it goes to d) d) L1 off and L3 off = Total disabling. After approx.3 sec.it returns to a) Remove the key when the leds show the required type of enabling. If the control unit enables, the leds relevant to the selected type of enabling light up fixed. The buzzer that can be excluded will show the exit delay time. It the key is let inserted for more than 2 cycles, the procedure is exited and the system will be in the previous condition. Inserting a key designed to control only one of the two sectors will induce immediate change in the condition of the sector controlled by such key.
Leds L1 (sector 1) and L3 (sector 2) in the readers show the present condition of the system: Lit up = sectors enabled Off = sectors disabled If the key is removed within 2 sec., the system disables totally, otherwise the cycle above mentioned starts to comply with the above procedure.
or to enable it partially. Fast enabling is only possible providing the system is OFF totally.
It is enough to enter the code. If at least one of the two sectors is enabled, the system is set to OFF.
3.4 Disabling through alarm code
Enter the code by increasing the last digit by one unit. Example: code 123456 would become 123457; code 132449 would become 132450 The control unit disables. Failing entering the correct code within 30 sec. disables output U3 (where programmed as telemonitoring alarm) for 1 minute. NOTE: should input I5 be non programmed as alarm input, the alarm is only sent to the telephone transmitter (communicator) (where provided).
consideration entering of a valid but non enabled code.
The Red Led blinking shows storage of one or more tamper alarms. Depressing key S makes the led light up fixed and the display show the tamper alarm generated. Depressing enables scrolling the list up to the last alarm stored. Procedure exiting is enabled by depressing key F again or by time out. The memory is reset at next enabling.The display may show the following: Letter C to show tampering of the telephone transmitter (communicator). Letter E to show false key or false code entered (after 4 attempts). Letter t to show control unit tamper alarm (anti-opening microswitch or T/A input). Letter A to show tampering of remote keypads. Letter L to show tampering of serial lines. Letter c to show false code entered. Symbol O to show tamper of the input expansion module. The Red Led blinking shows one or more inputs open. Depressing key 0 makes the led light up fixed and the display show the number of the first input open. Depressing enables scrolling the list up to the last open input. Procedure exiting is enabled by depressing key F again or by time out. Tamper inputs open are shown by letter t. The Red Led blinking shows one or more inputs excluded. The procedure to display/exclude the inputs can only be carried out after entering a valid code. See the description of the procedure on pg.24. Displaying of symbol c means phone line pick up by the communicator, where installed.
1.0 Changing own code
1) Enter the code to change and depress key. The display will show letter c lit up fixed. 2) Enter the new code (6 digits) remembering that the first digit cannot be changed as it is to identify the Operator: 1 Master User 2 Slave User 3 Installer 4 Telemonitoring but it is possible to change the other 5 digits as required. 3) Once the new code is entered, letter c starts blinking. 4) Again enter the code just set. 5) If the 2 codes coincide, the buzzer starts sending two bleeps to confirm the new code. In case of an error, the buzzer sends a long bleep (error warning), the menu is exited automatically and the previous code keeps valid.
Example The Master User wants change the default code 111111. He shall type 111111 on the keypad and depress key C**. Then he enters the new code, 165744 for instance. Letter c starts blinking in the display. Now the User shall type digits 165744 again. If the buzzer sends two bleeps, the new code has been accepted.
2.0 Enabling the access code
1) Enter the Master Users (1) code (1-11111 by default), then, depress key followed by key 2) Leds A, S, O, E show: KEY CODE The key code is always enabled by default. Disabling this code also disables all electronic keys, changing all existing keys into leds showing the condition of the control unit (ON/OFF/ MON).
installer's code telemonitoring code user's 2 code key code led lit up = code enabled led off = code disabled 3) Depress the key (near the led) coinciding with the code to enable/disable. 4) Depress to exit the procedure
INSTALLER'S CODE The Installer s Code, where enabled, keeps such until a Users Code is entered followed by total or partial enabling of the system, or up to key recognition. Until the Installer s Code is enabled, it is also possible to enable or disable the system.
1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 Changing own code. 21 Enabling the access code. 21 Enable/disable through keypad. 22 Enable/disable through key. 23 Display/enable/disable the inputs.. 24 Enable/disable the GONG zones.. 24 Testing the alarm inputs and outputs. 25
4.0 Programming the keys
The following types of programming can be carried out: a) INTEGRAL programming It is to store a new key code. The processor in the control unit selects a random code to write the keys. Such code will also be stored in the control unit once the first key is acquired. This type of programming shall be used in case a key goes lost thus inducing the need to change the code of all other keys. b) Adding a new key It is to add one or more keys with a code already stored in the control unit. This in case the User requires for a system already working. c) Acquiring a code from a key It is to enable storing a code in the control unit by copying it from a key previously programmed. This function is to control one or more systems through only one key. For instance, both the system at home and that in the office recognize the same key (thus avoiding using 2 different keys). S1 = sector 1 S2 = sector 2 MON = alarm memory OI = input open warning
4.2Adding a key
To access the adding a key funtion, type the Master Users or the Installers code (after enabling it, see pg.21), then, depress key followed by key
Depress key 1. The display shows the character blinking: Again depress key. Leds 1, 2 and 3 in the key go out (if lit up), whereas led L4 blinks slowly. The system waits for the key to add to be entered. The stages to add the keys are identical to those already detailed regarding integral programming (par.4.1). The only difference is that the keys are added featuring the code already existing in the central memory and each time a new key is stored a single adding a key
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